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

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H Hr S ri .» x , }!f!i Hill iijj Iftii EDITORS editor-in-chief robin downs assistant editor neil roth business manager donna bean senior editors marnie cooper and dan scarry sports editor matt rowe activities editors carol backus and herb montgomery faculty editor bill brown underclassmen editors leslie tilga and connie terhune cover design judy gill NA USET TIDES 1969 TABLE OF CONTENTS dedication.2 underclassmen.10 faculty.20 activities.40 clubs.52 sports.74 seniors.100 132 sponsors We, the class of 1969, dedicate our yearbook to the prospect of peace. It is given to us, of this gen¬ eration, to achieve real peace — if not for ourselves, for our children. — Sherwood • ■A- To struggle when hope is banished! To live when life’s salt is gone! To dwell in a dream that’s vanished — To endure and go calmly on! — Ben Jonson wsm . ■ • ■ , s-, • is " . •- • .- ■? .s ta The lowest ebb is the turn of the tide. — Longfellow And step by step since time began, I see the steady gain of man. — Whittier Love is patient and kind; love is not jealous or boastful; it is not arrogant or rude. Love does not insist on its own way; it is not irri¬ table or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrong, but rejoices in the right. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. — From the First Letter of Paul to the Corinthians The power of ideals is incalculable. We see no power in a drop of water. But let it get into a crack in a rock and be turned to ice, and it splits the rock; turned into steam, it drives the pis¬ tons of the most powerful engines. Something has happened to it which makes active and ef¬ fective the power that is latent in it. — Schweitzer What is the use of living, if it be not to strive for noble causes and make this muddled world a better place for those who will live in it after we are gone? How else can we put ourselves in harmonious relation with the great verities and consolation of the infinite and the eternal? And I avow my faith that we are marching towards better days. Humanity will not be cast down. We are going on — swinging bravely’forward along the grand high road — and already behind the distant mountains is the promise of the sun. — Churchill And this our life, exempt from public haunt Finds tongues in trees, books in running brooks, Sermons in stones, and good in everything. — Shakespeare Frost io brfmv J sl ' (“}), V i r . , ■ -7 ♦ S ' „V ' v ■; -A Vi S V- ' Is©I4 £ • ' s jyir v y v-t- ixp%•r%fit ■•• -■ ' st ' i y y x ■ ; • • : . • w ' -. •• ' • ' •.• - 1 . ' ' • W• ' •; . . « , v •• . • - • - • ' " 3 s ' ■ . • 4 - _ !• ■ » • ' . , r • ■ ' - - : . . -T . ' 7,.-r -T t 4 s2 - ' •.. -■ v?£ ;£r •,• 1 k 10 II Class of 1974 ROW I (I to r): B. Gardner, C. Smith, P. Vicsik, T. Blakeley, C. Edmond, L. Heyd, S. Atwood, V. Clark, C. MacPherson, C. Lohan, C. Riehardson, E. Peterson, M. Irving, J. Harding, D. Smith, N. Moyer, M. Costa, J. Higgans, P. Blakekey. ROW II: L. Young, T. Allen, M. Fancis, L. Wilcox, P. Dovle, C. Deane, M. Ker- win, P. Smith, V. Whiting, T. Dunnels, S. Nickerson, M. Gilmore, R. Riley, D. Johson, K. Rose, D. Foran, L. Meade, M. O ' Connor. ROW III: J. Parkington, M. Silva, H. Morroson, S. Quinn. J. Sorenson, K. Veit, D. Pickard, K. Moody, V. Blakekey, E. Morgan, S. Crosbv, M. Johnson, A. Bishop, V. Hurst. D. Holbrook, A. Bronsdon, L. Nickerson, P. Gill. ROW IV: R. Koshler, P. Woods, K. Clark, M. Williams, P. Higgans, M. Creelman, D. Coe, T. Whitelaw, G. Higgans, L. Quinn, F. LaPiana, R. Clark, R. Childers, P. Fates, R. Castro, W. Edwards, L. Tavlor, P. Tyng, P. Hart. ROW V: M. Straley, D. Lemoine, D. Holbrook, D. Ma- cioci, T. White, A. Rockwell, P. Harper, C. Chilson, J. Richman, W. Yonce, D. Lindholm, R. Clark, W. Hall, F. Thomas, R. Tesson, P. Joy, W. Dutra. ROW VI: P. Tulloch. M. Frazier, W. Bayerle. R. Creonte, A. Brown, C. Finlay, M. Woodland, W. Webb. J. Dickey, J. Wade, C. Gray, W. Taylor, R. Penny, S. Newcomb, R. Basset, D. Deschamps, R. Christian, R. Young, A. Nickerson. 7th GRADE OFFICERS: Lynne Wilcox (secretary) Pam Gill (treasurer) Peter Higgans (president) Keith Clark (vice-president) 12 Class of 1973 ROW I (1 to r): D. Fulcher, C. Nickerson, L. Smith, S. Buck, J. Hart, P. Duffy, S. Milliken, J. Joy, W. Chandler, J. Coombs, S. Bengston, S. Chase, F. Engel- mann, S. Norgeot, M. McCray, D. Young, L. Meads, A. Erickson, C. North, R. Reynolds. ROW II: J. Finn, B. MacDonald, J. Burrill, R. Fillimann, K, Bell. C. Tesson, L. Pike, D. Ramsdell, R. Morton, S. Burton, J. MacArthur, M. Gainey, R. Kerwin, H. Bassett, D. Rosa, C. Roderick, C. Clark, S. Quinn, P. Lyons, E. Aveller, H. Joseph. ROW III: J. Doyle, D. Kew, P. Haubner, B. Peters, P. Taylor, A. Fitzgerald, C. Penny, W. Mayo, N. Norgeot, K. Nadeau, R. Lovely, C. Gray, C. Larson, G. Moulton, J. Peno, F. Fields, K. Verfaillie, M. Popoli, D. Wiles, B. Hunter. ROW IV: E. Ostler, M. Frazier, G. Brooks, C. Melcher, N. Reis, I. Bronsdon, R. Deschamps, E. McCann, W. Whitelaw, F. White, J. Hayes, J. Winslow, D. Johnson, M. Tartaglia, E. Lamperti, R. Urquhart, S. Smith, M. Yonce, M. Philbrick, R. Dwinnell, P. Melcher, M. Gardner, M. Ferraira, M. Bean, S. Wilcox, T. Mickle, W. Crempo, J. Lavallee, S. Young, R. Barber, G. Sven- ningsen, N. Fowler, B. Turnbull, R. Townsend, N. Dunham, P. Larson, J. Klingenstein, J. Costello, M. Sherwin, M. Costa, G. Clark, B. Peters, E. Hubler. ROW V: A. Fields, C. Comins, R. Holmberg, P. Fegan, T. Price, D. Mulholland, J. Day, J. Grout, R. Merhib, L. Barber, D. Penny, M. Williams, P. Livingston, B. Dunn, D. Burdick, M. Urbanski, C. Adams, S. Hogg, G. Ellis, S. Phillips, K. Allen, D. Harrison, H. Dyer. 8th GRADE OFFICERS: Nita Erickson (treasurer) Renee Larson (president) Lisa Meads (secretary) Pat Lyons (vice-president) _i 13 Class of 1972 i f V 1 ■yi ■ t I rl - ' ■ V ' KLJ V Hv p » ' j :•• . • 1 ROW I: Lance Wilcox, Marty Rogers, Laurie Wilcox, Linda Young, Sandy Pierce, Gail Peterson, Debbie Nick¬ erson, Kathy Silva. ROW II: Jodi Nickerson, Kenny Reis, Jeff Philbrick, Brent Valli, Lillian Rice, Pete Thomas, Erica VanSchyndel, Betty Smith, April Whit¬ man. ROW III: Kathy O’Connor, Alvin Nickerson, Kim Straughn, Bill Stafford, Mary Richards, Elenor Spear, Jimmy Smith, Lisa Whelan, Sheri Viet. ROW IV: Priscil¬ la Woods, Sally Nichols, Janet Peterson, Linda Phinney, Jerry Hopper, Susan Vonltter, Gregory Norgoet, Thom¬ as Sturdevant, Michael Sensullo. ROW V: Janice White, Pat Seddon, Marcia Walwer, Sidney Snow, Stephen Robb. ROW VI: Bill Quinn, Bruce Verfaillie, Eric Soren¬ son, Richard Olsen, David O’Brien, Steven Paine. OFFICERS: V. Pres. Mary Fuller, Sec. Jody Nickerson, Pres. Bob O’brien, Treas. Debbie Des- champs. ROW I: Jim Gillis, Pam Gage, Leslie Morse, Lynn Macioci, Sue Johnston, Dottie Jordeon, Cynthia Nickerson, Robin McCoubrey, David Holbrook. ROW II: Andy Liberty, Thomas Mohan, JoAnn Gage, Pat Howes, Lisa Lorraine, Kelly Mann, Kathy Montgomery, Lynne Hendrickson, Vicki King. ROW III: David Kew, Danny Gould, Virginia Meldah, Charmian Ladner, Jane MacNight, Peter Hall, Scott Harrison, John Har¬ ris, Steven Gilmore, Jerry Harpen, Eric Larson, John Howard. ROW IV: Judy Manning, Wendy Meads, Michele Lane, Peter Hall, Robert McAdams, Jeff Haynes, Brett Hall. ROW V: Steve Lajoie, Larry Leonard, David Lee, Karl Lindstrom, Jeff Haskell, Richard Murphy, Shane Howard, John Millihen, Nils Miner, Mike Moody. ROW VI: Jim Gainey, Robert Johnson. ROW I: Scott Ellis, Fletcher Brook, Harry Condit, Louann Dorrie, Fonda Buck, Lucy Daniels, Linda Brewer, Carol Col¬ lins, Karen Cooper. ROW II: Mary Ellen Fuller, Peter Burl¬ ing, Roger Bismore, Richard Banas, Pat Duffy, Laura Brown, NaCy Downs, Amy Dyer, Donna Dyer, Sherry Clark, Mary Fettig, Linda Cullum. ROW III: Cora Avellar, Gary Burgess, Kevin Bardwell, Karen Ellmore, Leslie Allen, Sharon Clifton, Lisa Filliman, Alyce Engelman, Debby Deschamps, Janice Fisher, Darri-lynn Fowler. ROW IV: Patricia Atwood, David Bean, David Edward, Warren Ewono, Gary Burns, James Baker, Mark Brogi, Beverly Crowell Phyllis Crowell, Sherry El dredge, Paul Adao. ROW V: David Eldredge, Steven Bur¬ gess, Rodney Fulcher, Ron Alexander, Steve Burns, Mike Chambers, Wally Eldrege, Gini Cowen, Steve Eldrege, Richard Backus. mm ROW I (1 to r): Penny Benson, Mary Daley, Margaret Burdick, Marjorie Crowell, Judith Chase, Clinton Bahr, Timothy Brady, Willow Dougherty, Brian Allard, Scott Blakely. ROW II: Candy Chase, Laurie Curtis, Linda Acorn, Mary Coombs, David Crocker, John Donahue, Howard Arnberger, Beverly Bruce, Virginia Cowen, Donald Clifton, James Creonte. ROW III: Judy Cowen, Mary Craf’fy, Kathy Berger, Cheryl Berrio, Carol Berrio, Marie Bennett, Roland Bassett, Robin Dodge, Thomas Doughty. ROW IV: Anne Chilson, Debbie Brewer, Beli- na Brown, Brenda Clark, Amy Burrill, Sherry Brewer, John Brown, Bruce Bartlett, George Beals. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS, (1. to r.): Mary Daley (treasurer), Cathy Lajoie, (vice- president), Darcy Gainey (secretary), Mary Coombs (president). ROW I: Betsy Gardner, Bonnie Jennings, Linnea Hogg, Bruce Grover, Donald Heyd, Doug Grover. ROW II: Wendy Fates, Patricia Fettig, Nancy Larsen, Marjorie Howes, Roger Hamil¬ ton, Mark Lindholm. ROW ID: Beverly Fulcher, Laura John- t son, Stephen Fulcher, Cathleen Lajoie, Gloria Larson, Faythe Ellis, Kenneth Hibbs, Greg Hurst, Roy Cavanaugh. ROW IV: Martha Holbrook, Marsha Livingston, Darcy Gainey, Jonathan Hart, Michael Cain, Russ Karber, Warren Ellmore, Edward Ellmore, Russell Hubler, Steve Hurst, James Kaylor, Robert Francis. ROW V: Roland Ellis, Scott Flavin, James Eldredge, Chip Lemoine, Stephen Koehler, Daniel Gould, Joanne Gar¬ field, Jutlith Hayes. ROW VI: Frederick Fulcher, William Macdonald, John Foran, Richard Knowles. ■ ROW I: Katherine Poor, Victoria Ladner, Katherine Hol¬ brook, Maureen Menengas, Eileen McWilliams, Katheleen Menengas, Susan Paine, Linda Ward. ROW II: Judith Snow, Bezie Tesson, Holly Salee, Mary Rogers, Donna Walsh, Eliza¬ beth Sparrow, Wilma Nickerson, Irene Ostler. ROW III: Mary Richards, Marilvn Miller, Mary O’Connor, Daniel MacDonald, Raymond Westegaard, Donald Williams, William Macdonald, Craig Nickerson, Jonathan Rice, Dennis Stokes. ROW IV: Janet Sveningson, Cheryl White, Dana Scott, David Mead, Brian Savin, Ronald Pate, Lauren Smith, Daniel Stokes. ROW V: Judith Chase, Lana Pickard, Jon Tullock, Edward Straigh¬ ten, Charles Orr, Dana Richardson, Steven Rose, Paul Thimas, Michael Shipway. im f k. ; SgJ I i i W 21 ' w y M M - Class of 1971 17 Vi f ROW I, L. to R.: Vincent Ollivier, Audrey Nickerson, Dale Sipple, Sharlene Liberty, Debbie Jordan, Debbie Salee, Barbie Viprino, Val Lem oine, Michelle La- valle. ROW ' II: Gary Pease, Bob Trotter, Bob O ' Brien, Lesley Tilga, Linda Putnam, Candy Jans, Beverly Howland, Michelle Nichols, Denise Saulnier. ROW III: Shawn Murphy, Ed Tesson, David Lindstrom, Pam Sparrow, Christine Rogers, Debbie Wilson, Connie Terhune, Sean Lohan, Judy VanderMay, Sandy Saun¬ ders. ROW ' IV: Leonard Sparrow, Donald Tabor, Harold Olson, Kim Richmond, Dawn Leonard, Norma Watts, Marcia Latham, Gail Snider, Cathy Jones, Arna Pickard, Gary Sinclair. ROW V: Daniel Parkington, Steve Pierce, Doug MacGregor, Forrie Quinn, Steve Peno, Ricky Mulholland, Clay Reynard, David Newell. Chip W ' helan, Bobby Spear, Bobby Larsen, Mike Walwer, David Langlais, Bruce Taylor. Juniors OFFICERS: President; Bruce Taylor Treasurer; Dennis Murphy Secretary; Missy Daniels Vice-President; Peter Brown ROW I, L. to R.: Peter Brown, Peter Brady, Glenn Fisher, Sarah Delano, Becky Fates, Melissa Finlay, Susan Barnard, Bonnie Adams. ROW II: Mike Allard, Ernie Butilier, Peter Corbett, Steve Hall, Cindy Chandler, Missy Daniels, Donna Felt, Gail Bengston, Mary Curran. ROW III: Richard Chase, Steve Edwards, Peter Fettig, Mark Hogg, Betsy Erickson. ROW IV: Billy Cash, Billy Fereira, Paul Bohannon, Peggy Fulcher, Linda Flavin, Ruth Bishop, Ellen Fitzgerald, Anne Dutra. ROW V: Richmond Bell, Howard Adao, Bruce Hicks, Ronny Deschamps, Barb Bayerlie, Beverly Howland, Karen Bolton, Helen Delano, Cheryl Curtis. ROW VI: Brian Harris, David Gilmore, George Cotton, Bobby Hilferty, Jimmy Higgins, Fred Eggart, Jeff Holbrook, Ronny Durgin, Grey David, Becky BuriU. Class of 1970 20 SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Mr. Paul Ellis VICE PRINCIPAL Mr. Andrew Kalinick PRINCIPAL Mr. Thomas Mohan Mr. Sumner Campbell Mrs. Betty Feeney i i j Mrs. Evelyn Anderson Mrs. Priscilla White 23 i English Mr. Robert Morse Mrs. Muriel Smith Miss Theodora Newell Mrs. Mary Berrio 24 Mrs. Nancy Laning Mrs. Judith Corkum Mr. William McCaskie 4 Mr. John Gray 25 Social Studies I Mrs. Dorothy Fulcher Mr. Henry Kelley Mr. David DeBaun Mrs. Virginia Emerson Mr. Donald Campbell Mr. Richard Greenman Mr. Frank Hutchings . 27 Mr. Richard Hoyt Language Miss Carolyn Langevin Mrs. Jane Buck 28 Mrs. Josephine Gotten Dr. Stewart Brooks 29 Mr. Richard Cochran Mr. Stanley Smith Mrs. Diane Dupont 30 Mathematics Miss Donna Lumpkin Mr. James Smith Mr. Robert Wilkinson 31 i Mrs. Joyce Roche Dr. David Gessford Mr. Paul Chamberlain 32 Mr. Herbert Pet ten gill 33 Physical Education Mrs. Margar Underhill Mr. John Donahue 34 Mrs. Phyllis White Home Economics Mrs. Elizabeth Murley Nurse Mrs. Sophie Martin Mrs. Geraldine Crowell 35 36 Mr. Bernard Collins, Jr. Mr. Stuart Finlay i Industrial Arts Mr. Edward Brookshire 37 Mr. James Owens Business Miss Jean Robertson Mrs. Phyllis Baker Librarian Special Education Mr. Ronald Chad Mr. Leo Miller 39 i 41 Our Prom was held at the Christopher Ryder House. We were the first class to have our Prom outside of the school. After many hours of hard work, the result was . . . 44 A Night to Remember QUEEN - Janice Tartaglia COURT - Cheryl Wilkinson Donna Bean Marilyn Packett Karen Bassett 45 Teachers Pets Nicky Nickerson and Donna Barrio Class Flirts Marcia Connors and Donnie Nickerson Super Seniors Most Athletic Ellen Crocker and Kenny Walsh Best Dressed Betsy Cummings and Bruce White Best Looking Kris Berger and David Ilkovich Friendliest Barbara Skillman and Stewart Holbrook Most Courteous Carol Backus and Greg Hubler Shyest Jane Creonte and Norman Pellegrino 47 CLASS CLOWNS Kristy Svenningsen and Dan Scarry LAZIEST Mary Baker and Steven Cole CLASS SCHOLARS Doug Bashshaw and Karen Basset 48 GIRLS’ STATE REPRESENTATIVES Donna Barrio and Karen Basset .. JUNIOR MISS Suzi Civita STUDENT GOVT. DAY REPRESENTATIVE Matt Rowe SsmSmSam DAR GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD Donna Bean BOYS’ STATE REPRESENTATIVES Neil Roth, Dan Scarry, Lewis Reis, Don Verfaillie, Matt lowe TELFAD REPRESENTATIVES Karen Basset and Matt Rowe 49 The Glass Mejiagerie TEL CAST Pa: £ muri L as Amanca " SimsfkM: Kair icrvreD as I -aura T nr . td Nol ' E tin Hr T: rr ::ir£ ' : r-j}v A T " c as Jim _ _.:cm T - - - - - _ - ■ . an:- : Mrs. laer? n. in - enkc T.h— - ap £ - j -—sill - ' »TaitT i l£t. . if— rif- crev . m- pronolera. iri- acn msni£ mimrH - anc ur dire lor a_ resnori-n r ma mr Tie ' .rlass Mknagen me sue:«® mar r. aa. CLUBS 53 Band ROW I (L to R): D. Barrio, P. Snow, J. Philbrick, P. Gage, S. Nickerson, S. Buck. ROW II: J. Collins, K. Jones, S. Koehler, A. Dutra, S. Gage, M. Gowes, S. Bengston, M. Philbrick. ROW III: C. Melcher, S. Storation, W. Chandler, L. Nickerson, L. Lenord, L. Mead, P. Melcher, P. Lyons, S. Smith, W. Dutra, R. f Lovely, D. Penny, P. Howes, D. Harrison, S. Snow, J. Nickerson, M. Walwer, D. MacGregor. ROW V: G. Norgeot, D. Edwards, J. Baker, H. Arnberger, S. Ellis, R. Koehler, Mr. Bortnick, G. Brook, G. Sveningsen, R. Deschamps, J. Lavallee. t r 54 Majorettes ROW I: Gail Bengston. ROW’ II: Vicki Hurst, Debbie Young. ROW III: Linda Young, Sheri Brewer, Debby Brewer, Michele Joseph. Orchestra HI 1 . Hu iff fi | P P ' A; ... . al® 3 feijl., j ROW I: K. Berger, B. Berger, J. Wilcox, D. Parkington, M. Fuller, S. Civita, P. Snow, D. Barrio. ROW II: D. Deschamps, S. Vonltter, P. Atwood, K. Pen¬ ney, K. Berger, J. Richmond, P. Gage. ROW III: D. MacGregor, D. Harrison, A. Ericson, J. Gage, P. Howes, J. Chase, S. Koehler, M. Packett. ROW IV: D. Eldredge, M. Howes, J. Nickerson, A. Bacon, D. Edwards, S. Pierce. ROW V: J. Fisher, M. Joseph, Mr. James, G. Svenningsen, P. Bohannan. 55 Photography Club Ul -V‘ 1 D. Finn, S. Kulesza, D. Bashaw, R. Burrill, M. Brogi, W. Quinn, K. Holbrook, E. McWilliams, S. Adams, M. Menangas, B. Collinsworth, Mr. Owens. 56 Future Teachers of America ROW I (L to R): A. Bacon, B. Fulcher, V. Ollivier, J. Creonte. ROW II: D. Sipple, J. Chase, M. Coombs, L. Johnston. ROW III: C. Lajoie, G. Larson, M. Crowell, K. Bolton. ROW IV: J. Lohan, C. Terhune, L. Putnam, M. Miller, E. Sparrow. ROW V: Mrs. Emerson, L. Holmes, D. Dalrymple, K. Crowell, M. Nichols. ROW VI: B. Wilcox, B. Skillman, N. Westegaard, C. Backus. Student-teacher Bill Brooks assists members of Mr. Chad’s class with their reading lesson. 57 Audio-Visual Aides ROW I (L to R): B. Brooks, C. Orr. ROW II: D. Lindstrom, J. Smith, V. Ollivier, D. Mead. ROW III: K. Walsh, J. Tulloch, Mr. Bruce, W. Ellmore, R. Mullholland. Library Aides Wr y mw Jj Ip 1 ih £|ffi ’« JmW 1 M z: ■: I ' M ft - " J fm M ■Jr jKa o A A L v Tj jjA |il If WyM ROW I (L to R): J. Manning, B. Jennings, S. Johnston, L. Dorrie, A. Dver, K. Berger. ROW ' II: W. Meads, S. Brewer, C. White, S. Clifton, D. Saulnier, A. Engleman, P. Benson. ROW ' III: D. Brewer, J. Hayes, L. Eldredge, C. Berfio, C. Berrio. 58 Usherettes ROW I: P. Snow, K. Sevenningsen, D. Berrio, D. Bean. ROW II: J. Lohan, J. Tartaglia, D. Walsh. ROW III: D. Weber, P. Whiting, S. Civita, B. Berger, C. Terhune. LEFT SIDE, L to R: C. Wilkinson, L. Smith, S. Algeo, H. MacDonald. RIGHT SIDE, L to R: J. Wilcox, M. Cooper, C. Backus. The USHERETTES are a volunteer group of young ladies who with gracious smiles have helped control the general chaos of school social gatherings such as class plays, Parent’s Nights, Open House, and graduations. 59 Chorus ROW I: S. Burton, F. Field, D. Felt, H. Joseph, B. Gardner, J. Hart, S. Norgeot, L. Meads, N. Kangus, S. Milliken, J. Coombs. ROW II: G. Moulton. R. Lovely, H. MacArthur, C. Gray, L. Lorraine, L. Fillirnan, G. Peterson, L. Brown, L. Rockwell, B. Brown, N. Norgeot, R. Morton, G. Finn. ROW ' III: S. Clifton, M. Stoddard, ' M. Daniels, M. Fulcher, J. Collins, M. Joseph, J. VanderMay, G. Bengston, K. Elmore. ROW IV: B. Barnard, J. Fisher, V. Ollivier, S. Fulcher. 60 Varsity Club The Nauset Regional High School Varsity Club consists of the most outstanding athletes of Nauset’s sports. This club sponsors the annual Varsity Club banquet and the Varsity Club trip. ROW I (L to R): B. Erickson, A. Nickerson, M. O’Connor, M. Latham, L. Kmiec, K. Berger, P. Sparrow, D. Barrio, B. Wilcox, K. Sveningsen, E. Crock¬ er. ROW II: Mr. Donahue, S. Fulcher, J. David, B. Hicks, J. Demetras, B. Taylor, M. Rowe, C. Letts, K. Newcomb, Mrs. Underhill. ROW III: N. Nicker¬ son, K. Usher, J. Smith, P. Levasseur, K. Walsh, D. Hayes, J. Rawl. 61 Independent Study Left to Right : Pat Edmunds, Doug Bashaw, Judy Gill, Steve Lohr, Karen Bassett, Doc Gessford. The Independent Study program was initiated in 1966- 1967 for outstanding students to pursue study in a field of their own interest under an advisor. They are evaluated on written reports, seminar, and oral presentation. 62 Honor Society ROW I (L to R): J. Nickerson, V. King, D. Barrio, K. Bassett, J. Creonte, E. Crocker. ROW II: D. Bean, J. Fisher, P. Woods, L. Allen, Mrs. Fulcher, Mr. Hutchings, L. Lorraine, L. Filliman, S. Clark, D. Kew. The members of the National Honor Society, Nauset Regional Chapter, must maintain a very high scholastic level. In addition to maintaining at least a high f B” average in all major subjects, the mem¬ bers must continue to display the qualities of good character, service, and leadership. 63 Drama Club ROW I (L to R): D. Scarry, D. Finn, W. Norgeot, A. Bell. ROW II: Mrs. Emerson, P. Edmunds, K. Sveningsen, S. Civita, V. Ollivier. ROW III: K. Crow¬ ell, S. Holbrook, N. Roth, D. Bashaw, B. Collinsworth. ROW IV: S. Lohr, S. Kulesza, M. Stoddard, M. Burdick, R. Burrill. 64 tookmq out auktookutcr itt ROW I: M. Daniels, L. Eldredge, K. Crowell, S. Civita. ROW II: C. Terhune, S. Delano, J. Crocker, D. Finn, S. Kulesza, P. Ed¬ munds, A. Bell, S. Lohr. ROW III: N. Roth, J. Demetras, J. Lohan. 65 Future Nurses of America ROW I (L to R): J. Sveningsen, J. Cowen, B. Jennings, E. Fitzgerald, W. Fates. ROW II: M. Stoddard, S. Chilson, D. Barrio, J. Tartaglia, K. Sveningsen, P. Snow, B. Bruce. ROW III: M. Conners, D. Finn, L. Trahan, H. Macdonald, B. Berger, K. Berger, M. Joseph, D. Peterson. ROW IV: J. Garfield, L. Kmiec, S. Algeo, J. Wilcox, C. Dickson, D. Weber, D. Sallee, A. Pickard. Pre-Med Club 66 ROW I (L to R): A. Bacon, P. Levasseur, N. Nickerson. H. Montgomery, B. Brown, K. Usher, B. White, B. Taylor, M. Fallon. ROW II: G. Farrell, C. Letts, D. Hayes, J. Smith, B. Norgeot, B. Duffy, R. Phflock, N. Roth, G. Sinclair. FNA Officers Pre-Med Officers Vice-President — Judy Wilcox President — Janice Tartaglia Treasurer — Diane Finn Secretary — Louise Trahan Treasurer — Herb Montgomery President — Bruce White Secretary — David Ilkovich (?) Vice-President — Bill Brown Business Club STANDING: S. Chilson, M. Bowker, D. Leonard, M. Curran, M. Lavallee, R. Bishop, M. Doyle, B. Bayerle, B. Howland, P. Fulcher, D. Saulnier, C. Liber¬ ty, D. Jordan. SITTING: M. Baker, D. Sallee, M. Francis, J. Dalby, J. Laposky, G. Bearse, K. Brewer, N. Kangas, L. Rockwell. 67 Student Council ROW I (L to R): M. Rowe, B. Brown, Mrs. Dupont, J. Demetras, B. Wilcox, J. Tartaglia, K. Bolton, P. Levasseur, W. Norgeot, K. Bassett, B. Cummings. ROW II: M. O’Connor, G. Larson, P. Brady, P. Higgins, J. Chase, D. Sipple, S. Norgeot, L. Burrill, P. Sparrow. ROW III: N. Roth, R. O’Brien, J. Donahue, G. Sin¬ clair, G. Norge ot, B. Taylor, V. Ollivier, G. Bengston, J. Lohan, M. Miller, S. Von Itter, D. Edwards, D. Lee, H. Montgomery. 68 President Jim Demetras presides. Bill Brown raises an objection. Senior Student Council representatives. . . . and everyone enjoyed the successful pancake breakfast sponsored by our Student Council. t f 69 Yearbook sta ff SEATED: D. Barrio, D. Dalvrymple, B. Brown, J. Collins, H. Delano, S. Kulesza, P. Fulcher. J. Lohan, C. Chandler, C. Terhune, K. Bassett, D. Sipple. STAND¬ ING: D. MacGregor, P. Brown, L. Sparrow. M. Rowe, N. Roth, S. Chilson, M. Cooper, P. Snow, C. Backus, H. MacDonald, B. Norgeot, D. Scarry, N. Nicker¬ son, B. Allard. C. Letts, S. Algo, G. Hubler, H. Montgomery, P. Whiting, D. Finn, V. Ollivier, L. Tilga, S. Civita, L. Putnam, D. Bean. R. Downs, A. Bell, S. De¬ lano, P. Sparrow, D. Wilson. 70 HEAT’S ON!!! Anybody got a quarter? Has Mr. Gray signed my pass yet? Where’s the stamp? You mean Mr. Craig has to come back again??? Quick! Turn down the record player! Who’s got the dummy? Here comes Mrs. Baker! Anybody got a car? Don’t waste the tape, Dan! Has anybody seen that picture? Remember: our Christmas tree raids on the Yearbook room Mr. Mohan’s cheery disposition the debts of Daniel Scarry 5th period stag parties (?) our eighth grade pals(???) 71 SPORTS Baseball ’68 The 1968 baseball team wanted to complete a three sport sweep of cham¬ pionships for Nauset teams, but fate called for a second place finish. A loss to Sandwich despite a no-hit perform¬ ance by the Xauset hurler sealed that late. W ith two of the top four hitters back, this year ' s squad has a good chance of going all the way. FRONT ROW (1 to r): S Nickerson, R. Harris, G Lee, M. MacPherson, T Haves, B. Lyons, P. Tucker BACK ROW: Coach Dona hue, M. Rowe, K. Walsh, W Cash, . Duffv, B. Nicker son, R. Durgin, S. Godwin .. Softball The ’68 softball team fought for first until the very last game, when a loss gave the championship to Har¬ wich. Almost everybody is back from last year, and the girls are looking for¬ ward to another dogfight for first and, hopefully, a championship. ROW I (1 to r): M. La¬ tham, A. Nickerson, K. Bassett, M. Pack- ett, E. Crocker, B. Wilcox, B. Erickson, M. O’Connor. ROW II: L Cowen, M. Crow¬ ell, N. Westegaard, T. Johnson, J. Chase, Coach Underhill. ROW III: Manager Nichols, N. Larson, C. Lajoie, I. Ostler, M. Richards, P. Lyons. Track 80 ROW I (1 to r): E. Hubler, J. ' Smith, D. Brown, D. Jameson, K. Usher, D. Murphy, T. Brady. ROW II: E. Hart, S. Fulcher, K. Richman, P. Levasseur, B. Hicks, V. Ollivier, G. Phinney. ROW III: Coach Wilkinson, R. Hubler, N. Roth, R. O’Brien, R. Hilferty, S. Peno, J. David. Soccer The agony of defeat. Ken Walsh, All-Cape All-Star goalie. The 1968 soccer season was somewhat of a disappointment when compared to the championship 1967 season. But in spite of a poor record, the team was not a pushover. Eight of the twelve league games went into overtime. The team had a perfect record in non-league games. Ken Walsh stellar in the goal and sophomore Dave " Ace” Crocker showed great promise for the future. Captain Ken Walsh and Coach Donahue. ROW I (1 to r): P. Brown, W. Hayes, M. Allard, R. Studley, B. Hicks, M. Wh ite, K. Walsh, W. Duffy, P. Levasseur, M.Rowe,B. Taylor, K. Richman, J. Smith, D. Crocker, W. Macdonald. ROW II: Coach Donahue, P. Bohannon, R. Bassett, D. Gilmore, D. Harris, S. Peno, J. Demetras, R. O’Brien, N. Roth, R. Hayes, G. Nickerson, J. David, R. Olsen, N. Nickerson, C. Letts, P. Fettig, P. Burling. Coach Donahue and squad. RECORD W L T League 363 Overall 7 6 3 Senior Players (1 to r): J. Smith, C. Letts, M. Rowe , R. Studley , M. White, P. Levasseur, W. Duffy, N. Soccer All-Stars Nickerson, K. Walsh , G. Nickerson , J. Demetras, J. David, R. Haves , N. Roth, Coach Donahue. 83 The Future KNEELING (1 to r): S. Gilmore, S. Lajoie, E. Butilier, J. Smith, R. Bismore, J. Hart, D. Bean, D. Eldredge, W. Hyde, D. Lee. STANDING: M. Crane, J. Harris, I. Donahue. D. Edwards, J. Brown, G. Norgeot, P. Adeo. D. O ' Brien, M. Chambers, S. Fulcher, J. Gainey. W. Stafford, Coach Campbell. 84 Field Hockey FRONT: M. Fuller, W. Meads, V. King, M. Miller, M. O’Connor, B. Adams, M. Latham, B. Erickson, A. Nickerson, K. Berger, J. Chase, K. O’Connor, J. Gage, P. Gage, J. Nickerson, P. Woods. BACK: L. Dorrie, Coach Underhill, F. Ellis. 86 The 1968 Girls Field Hockey team was a contend¬ er for the championship of the Cape and Vineyard League. Finishing second, the Nauset team was al¬ ways a threat and displayed excellent field hockey skills and strategies. Co-captains Karen Bassett and Ellen Crocker were " the two best co-captains Fve ever had the pleasure to coach” in Coach Ginger Un¬ derhill’s words. Mrs. Underhill also praised " Mari¬ lyn Packett’s hustle, Kris Sveningson’s steadiness, and Brenda Wilcox’s spirit and drive.” This was a growing year with the girls learning to understand each other and to work together. TTey may not have been champs of the league, but they will always be winners. THE RECORD Sandwich 2 Nauset Nauset 4 Martha’s Vineyard Nauset 3 Harwich Nauset 2 Provincetown Nauset 2 Chatham Harwich 1 Nauset Provincetown 2 Nauset Nauset 0 Martha’s Vineyard Nauset 1 Sandwich Nauset 2 Chatham O H CM O O The first " take ” SENIOR PLAYERS TOP TO BOTTOM (1 to r): B. Wilcox, K. Sveningson, K. Bas¬ sett, M. Packett, E. Crocker, Coach Underhill. 87 ' Trjk? ' ! A Perfect League Record HIGHLIGHTS The 1969 Warriors knew from the start they had their work cut out for themselves. They had to defend the Cape and Islands League Championship and try to go as far as possible in post season tourneys. They re¬ sponded by compiling a perfect 12-0 league record, assuring them of spots in the Princi¬ pals’ Tournament and Tech Tournament. To top off a special season, the team represented the United States in a People to People tour of Europe at the season’s end. Jim Rawl be¬ came the third athlete in Nauset history to score 1000 points in his varsity career, hit¬ ting 1000 in a game with Harwich at mid¬ season. 88 I CLAYTON REYNARD ROBERT O’BRIEN DICK HAYES RICKY MULHOLLAND GREG HUBLER JIM DEMETRAS MMY RAWL Co-Captain UV? ? JON DONAHUE BRUCE TAYLOR STEVE PENO JV’s Win League Title. ROW I: R. Karber, J. Forran, C. Orr, G. Norgeot, J. Rice. ROW II: W. Ellmore, R. Basset, S. Lajoie, D. Crocker, M. Kane, H. Arnberger, B. MacDonald, D. McWilliams, M. Carron. The performance of the 1969 J.V. squad left little doubt that Nauset’s basketball fu¬ ture will be bright for the next few years. Coach White’s chargers impiled a strong 9-2 league record. Outstanding performers in¬ cluded Bill Macdonald, Dave Crocker, Jon Rice, Rollie Basset, and Charlie Orr. This year Nauset expanded its basketball program to include a Freshman team. This has given those boys who are only Freshmen an extra year to develop, and should prove an asset to Nauset’s basketball future. Freshman Basketball ROW I: M. Moody, S. Snow, D. Eldredge, P. Burling, L. Wilcox, D. O ' Brien. ROW II: R. Backus, S. Eldridge, R. Olson, J. Harris, S. Gilmore, J. Gain¬ ey, P. Brady. 94 A Few Key Injuries, but . . . Coach Gessford talks with his co-captains, offensive star Brenda Wilcox and defensive stalwart Ellen Crocker. After injuries deprived the War- riorettes of two of their starters for the season, Coach Gessford was forced to use this year to rebuild. Having to use some girls with little or no Varsity expe¬ rience proved costly this year, but the team should benefit by it and be all the better next year. STANDING (L to R): J. Nickerson, K. Berger, B. Wilcox, E. Crocker, P. Woods, Coach Gessford, J. Cowen, B. Erickson, M. O’Connor, V. King, M. Latham, A. Nickerson. KNEELING: G. Larson, K. Lajoie, L. Wilcox. 95 % Girl’s J. V. i ROW I: K. O’Connor, S. Vonltter, J. Fisher, L. Phinney, M. Craffy, J. Gage. ROW II: Doc Gessford, L. Dorrie, P. Atwood, E. Spear, P. Gage, B. Crowell, Coach, Marilyn Packett. 96 All join in, proclaiming Nauset 1 We’re from Nauset — We’ve got the team that’s great. Junior Varsity Cheerleaders Kathy Menengas, Lillian Rice, Gail Snider, Mary Daley, Candy Jans, Donna Dyer, and Rebecca Fates. J 97 KRIS BERGER Co-Captain Co-Captain 1 t 101 1 Senior Class Officers President — Bill Brown Vice-President — Greg Hubler Secretary — Debi Dalrymple Treasurer — Donna Bean ■ ' Susan Algeo Donna Barrio Mary Baker ■■ Carol Backus Mi Douglas Bashaw Karen Bassett Donna Bean Gloria Bearse i. Andrea Bell Barbara Berger Kristine Berger Marsha Bowker V ' V -: M Susan Chilson Susan Civita — ' ' . Steven Cole r-.;v ;-v ■ :,;V ! V-‘ ’ ; .. :- " • ■ as a Kathleen Crowell James Curran Deborah Dalrymple ma Bm ' t B . .. rV •: Mi Clifford Dou htv ' " ' ff-;. ' . ' ■ ' J James Demetras Robin Downs Martha Doyle William Patricia Edmunds v m-m t mm m t m i m Bruce Eldredge Mark Fallon Lorene Eldredge Guy Farrell Marie Francis Diane Finn William Gainey 1 , Lorraine Kmiec Sharon Kulesza Patrick Levasseur Victoria Leidner Charles Letts Heather Macdonald Herbert Montgomery Steven Lohr SJSMIfi ; If ... , ,. -. ' : ' . : w sM m : £ ■ Marjorie Nickerson ... . Norman Pellegrino . Robert Pflock James Rawl Lewis Reis 120 121 Barbara Skillman Christopher Silva Jeffrey Smith Penny Snow Melissa Stoddard Robert Studlev Kristy Sveningson Janice Tartaglia Louise Trahan evin Donald Verfaille wa a - ' 7 - - £££ ... 125 SJliBM 1211 Wm m YOUTH Youth is not a time of life — it is a state of mind. It is not a matter of red cheeks, red lips and supple knees. It is a temper of the will; a quality of the imagination; a vigor of the emotions; it is a freshness of the deep springs of life. Youth means a tempermental predominance of courage over timidity, of the appetite for adventure over a life of ease. This often exists in a man of fifty, more than in a boy of twenty. Nobody grows old by merely living a number of years; people grow old by deserting their ideals. Years may wrinkle the skin, but to give up enthusiasm wrinkles the soul. Worry, doubt, self¬ distrust, fear and despair — these are the long, long years that bow the head and turn the growing spirit back to dust. Whether seventy or sixteen, there is in every being ' s heart a love of wonder; the sweet amaze¬ ment at the stars and starlike things and thoughts; the undaunted challenge of events, the unfail¬ ing, childlike appetite for what comes next, and the joy in the games of life. You are as young as your faith, as old as your doubt; as young as your self-confidence, as old as your fear; as young as your hope, as old as your despair. In the central place of vour heart there is a wireless station. So long as it receives message of beauty, hope, cheer, grandeur, courage and power from the earth, from men and from the Infinite — so long are you young. When the wires are all down and the central places of your heart are cov¬ ered with the snows of pessimism and the ice of cynicism, then you are grown old, indeed! Samuel Ullman 127 Senior Directory SUE ALGEO—All play and no work won’t affect her . . . skipping school . . . avoiding “Andy” . . . nice clothes . . . Lori’s sidekick. Future Nurses 1, 2, 4; Business Club 3; Junior Prom 3; Usherettes 2, 3, 4; Track 2. CAROL BACKUS—Always a lady . . . Listening to D.S. tell Burt and I stories . . . Perpetual blush . . . “Can we stop at the Post .Office?” Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Usherettes 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 1, 3; Junior Prom 3; Future Teachers 4. MARY BAKER—Industrious? . . . quiet at times . . . skipping school . . . Hyannis . . . loves a good joke. Business Club 3, 4. DONNA BARRIO—Nauset’s answer to Albert Ein¬ stein . . . neat dresser . . . intelligent . . . Known for shortness. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Honor Soci ety 1, 3, 4; Future Nurses 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 1, 2, 4; Usherettes 1, 2 , 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 2, 3, 4. DOUG BASHAW—“BASH” .. . High Energy Particle Physics . . . “Fallon, you up for it?” . . . Nibbling at the Lotus Leaf. . . P.M.E. .. . “God, What a sleeze!” . . . Will try anything once. Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 4; Independent Study 4; Photography Club 1; Science Club 1, 2. KAREN BASSETT—The Black Corvair . . . D.E.M. . . . talking to NBC . . . trips to U-Mass . . . “Com¬ puter.” Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Star Basketball 2; Honor Society 1, 3, 4; Band 1; Future Teachers 1, 2; AFS 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Independent Study 4. DONNA BEAN—The Blue Bomb . . . She may die from laughing . . . Height of dependability . . . “Bean-O” . . What a driver! Entered 2; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Class Treasurer 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Usherettes 3, 4; Senior Play 4; DAR Award 4. GLORIA BEARSE—The Vette . . . P-Town guys . . . Having fights with Miss Richardson . . . Beautiful clothes . . . Livingstons. Business Club, President 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Chorus 1; Glee Club 1. ANDREA BELL—Must have heard that silent women are much preferred . . . long, beautiful hair . . . world traveler . . . individualist. Science Club 1; Honor Society 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Creative Writing 3; French Club 3; Der Fenster Platz 4. BARBARA BERGER—Shy . . . blonde hair . . . pessi¬ mist . . . Known for her height . . . Still waiting. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; New England Music Festival 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses 1, 2, 3, 4; Usherettes 2, 3, 4. KRIS BERGER—Beauty is in the eye of the beholder . . . K.B.W. . . . graceful . . . Cranberry House . . . dresses with a flair. Cheerleading 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; Future Nurses 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; New England Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Class Marshal 3. MARSHA BOWKER—Her hairy steering wheel . . . Wedding Bells . . . Future Beautician . . . Good Friend . . . Jerry. Business Club 3, 4. KATHY BREWER—Usually seen with Globie ... Knows the road to P-Town . . . Walking around in a fog . . . One of our illustrious cheerleaders. Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Club 3, 4; Future Nurses 1, 2; Junior Prom 3; Track Team 1, 2; Varsity Club 3, 4. BILL BROOKS—Nickerson’s right hand man ... A stout hearted fellow ... A handy man to have around . . . Brooksie. Audio Visual 3, 4. BILL BROWN—Good things come in small packages . . . Every hair always in place? . . . “Dirty Brown” . . . Our Fearless leader. Band 1; Orchestra 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1; Track 2; Pre-Med 3, 4; President of Class 4; Senior Play 4; Yearbook Staff 4. SANDI CATON—Always in trouble . . . Revere Beach Blvd. . . . E.A.F. . . . Animals in school? Chorus 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Future Nurses 2, 3; Business , Club 3. GARY CARPENTER—Never in the right place ... The Karman Ghia . . . Robinson’s 5 and 10. Work Study 4. SUE CHILSON—Nauset’s Christmas Wish Winner ... I Everybody’s friend ... Seen about town with Barbie . . . Future Stewardess. Entered 2; Business Club 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Future Nurses 4; Yearbook 4; Office Assistant 4. SUE CIVITA—Makes her presence known everywhere! . . . New York’s- loss, our problem . . . Queen for a day . . . delusions of grandeur. Entered 3; Orchestra 3, 4; Drama Club 4; Yearbook 4; Der Fenster Platz 4. STEVE COLE—Wonder boy from Truro .. . “JEEP” . . . ChristmaS Tree Salesman . . . Homeroom 202. Chess 4. DAVID COLLINS—Never lets ya down . . . Handy man around school . . . Memory like an elephant . . . Sea Scouts! JOYCE COLLINS—Mr. Morse’s only accident . . . The V.W. . . . nice to know . . . keeping out of trouble. Cape Cod Music Festival 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; A.F.S. 2; Yearbook 3, 4; Chorus 4. ' , MARNIE COOPER—“Coop” . . . Mamie’s Rent-a- Car 3rd period . . . Bring me back something . . . Sleeping Beauty. , Entered 3; Usherettes 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Play 4; Yearbook Staff 4. MARCIA CONNORS—More than meets the eye . . . Often heard but not seen . . . C.E.L. . . . Has been 128 seen stealing signs in a white Renault. Future Nurses 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Usherettes 3, 4; Track 2; Tennis 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Play 4. RICHARD COTA—Shades of Alfred E. Newman . .. “Mighty Mouse” . . . Always defending Fords. Wrestling 1, 2, 3; Soccer 1; Science Club 2; Gymnastics 2; Chess Club’ 3, 4. JANE CREONTE—“Few persons have courage enough to appear as good as they really are.” ... Honor student .. . Quiet, but dependable. Entered 2; Future Teachers 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Honor Society 3, 4. ELLEN DROCKER—Diversified talents . . . Handy with a hockey stick . . . If ya ever want to borrow a truck. Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; All-stars 2, 3; French Club 2, 3; AFS 3; Varsity Club 3, 4; Honor Society 1, 3, 4; Band 1; Junior Prom 3. KATHY CROWELL—An actress . . . catchy smile . .. my pal . . . lover of the great outdoors ... to know her is to like her. Der Fenster Platz 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Future Teachers 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Aide 2; French Club 3; Junior Prom 3; Tennis 2, 3. BETSY CUMMINGS—Nice hair and clothes . . . Petite .. . B.A.W. ... a lady at all times. Class Treasurer 1; Class Vice-President 2; Student Coun¬ cil 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Future Teachers 2, 3. JIMMY CROCKER—Girl-Watcher ... One of the guys . . . Underweight . . . Sense of humor . .. wel¬ come addition? Entered 4; Track 4; Newspaper 4. JIMMY CURRAN—His blue pontiac .. . rarely seen in school. . . Wellfleet Service Center . . . Handy with cars. Baseball 1, 2; Science Club 1, 2. DEBI DALRYMPLE—“The Dump” ... A real go- getter . . . Fantastic gymnastics . .. Florida’s loss, our gain. Entered 3; Chorus 3; Business Club 3; Drama Club 3; Future Teachers 4; Class Secretary 4. JEFF DAVID—Quiet? .. . Look again . .. Southern gentleman . . . Still water runs deep. Track 1, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 4; Gymnastics 2, 3; Pre-Med 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3; Varsity Club 3, 4. JIM DEMETRAS—“The Greek” . . . Best pancakes in town ... A Politician . .. Unmistakable laugh. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 4; Soccer 3, 4; AFS 3; Class President 3; Student Council 3, 4; President 4. CAROL DICKSON—“Dix” ... Gullible . .. What a giggler . .. Cute ... ready smile . . . everybody’s friend. Track 2; Tennis 2, 3; Future Nurses 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Usherettes 3, 4; Senior Play 4. ROBIN DOWNS—What car do you have today? . .. Sim on LaGree of Nauset Tides . . . Incurable roman¬ tic .. . Perfectionist ... Likes Riddles. Honor Society 1; Future Nurses 1, 2; Tennis 2; Junior Prom 3; Language Lab Asst. 2, 3; Chorus 4; Year¬ book 2, 3, 4; Ass’t. editor 3; Editor 4. MARTHA DOYLE—Quiet until you get to know her . . . Future Wave ... A good word for everyone. Business Club, Secretary 4; Usherettes 3. BILL DUFFY—One of the FINAST . .. 7th period instigator . . . belongs to the Eastham crew . . . Che- velle 386. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 4; Pre-Med 4. PAT EDMUNDS—The play’s the thing . . . Will never stop searching . .. “No Bash” . . . more than meets the eye. Drama 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Creative Writing 2, 3; Vice-President 2; Yearbook 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2; Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2; New England Music Festi¬ val 1, 2; Der Fenster Platz-Editor 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Independent study 4. LORRIE ELDREDGE—Day dreamer . . . Trying to get even with Sharon . .. Snoopy . . . active team supporter . . . pleasant. Variety show 1; Math Club 1, 2; Secretary 2; Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Drama Club 3; Future Teachers 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Der Fenster Platz 4. BRUCE ELDREDGE—It’s always better the second time around . . . What a car! .. , Our jacket and tie. MARK FALLON—Marcus Fellonius .. . “Yea, Bash, I’m up for it” ... Wedges . . . Drums. Math Club 1, 2; Science Club 1, 2; Pre-Med 4. GUY FARRELL—Never runs out of G.A.S. . . . East- ham man . . . electronics wizard . . . can be trusted. Soccer 1, 2; Pre-Med Club 4. DIANE FINN—Quiet but when you get to know her watch out . . . Usually seen with the Dump . . . No great love for Chemistry. Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Der Fenster Platz 4; Photography Club 4; Art 2; Chorus 3; Var¬ sity Club 2; Future Nurses 1, 2, 3, 4. DENNIS FITZGERALD—Sea Scout.. . Likes the gui¬ tar .. . Barnstable Voc. Basketball 1; Work study 3, 4. MARIE FRANCIS—Find her on the nearest horse . .. member of the First National conspiracy. Business Club 3, 4. BILL GAINEY—Cowboy and Indian Pajamas . .. Remember the ’61 wagon? . .. Wild William. Soccer 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. JUDY GILL—Find her in the art room . . . Where does she get her cars? ... Artistic ability plus. Vice President 1; Independent Study 4. DICKY HAYES—Summer Life . . . Good on a surf board .. . “Spider” ... Good man on the basketball court. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. PAUL HENDRICKSON—Long, lovely locks . . . Dis- 129 tinctive wardrobe . . . Non-Conformist . . . Born Ar¬ cheologist. B and 1, 2. STEWART HOLBROOK—Everybody’s friend . . . “Anything worth doing is worth doing well” . . . “Kindness is the sunshine in which virtue grows.” Student Director of the Senior Play. MUFFY HOLMES—Four-Foot Giant . . . “Snoo¬ py”. . . Cheerleader-plus . . . “Believe it or not I AM over 12 years old!” Cheerleading 3, 4; Future Teachers 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 3. GREG HUBLER—“Fascist Pig” . . . Member of the D.S.G.N. conspiracy . . . His mother’s Swedish Smorgasbord . . . “The greatest admiration gives rise not to words, but to silence. Vice-President 4; Basketball 3, 4; Entered 3. DAVE ILKOVITCH—The man who wears the star T- . Mike . . . Flyin’ Falcon . . . Liked by everybody . . . Summer Blonde. LORI KMIEC—Incessant nose wrinkler . . . Out pa¬ tient . . . Skipping school. . . Avoiding the Sheriff. . . Chronic complainer. Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. SHARON KULESZA—“Comedy is the fountain of sound and sense ”... Sweet bippies . . . “Boo on you child-BOO!” Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Der Fenster Platz 4; Photography Club 4; Junior Prom 3; Variety Show 1; One Act Plays 1, 2; Drama Festival 1, 2; Senior Play. PAT LEVASSEUR—Sojourns to Quincy . . . Merce¬ nary to the extent of haircuts . . . The mouth that roared. Soccer 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Pre- Med 4; A.V. 1. VICKY LEIDNER—Cheryl’s Counterpart (ner) . . . The Pharmacy . . . “Mini” . . . Sleepwalker. Entered 3; Art 3, 4. CHARLIE LETTS—“Chuckie” ... Mr. Spock ... His sense of coordinating colors . . . His old car collection . . . Musical Talent? . . . “Chow”. Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Tennis 1; Science Club 1, 2; Pre-Med 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. CLIFF LIBERTY—Entered 4. STEVE LOHR—A harem in the mind ... his handy “shadow” . . . His “Learning Machine” . . . The per¬ son in the place by the window. Track 2; Chess Club 3; Drama Club 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior 4; Der Fenster Platz 4. HEATHER MACDONALD—Quiet like a megaphone . . . Three is a crowd . . . Usually found at the pharm¬ acy . . . 2nd period gym class. Future Nurses 2, 3, 4; Business Club 3, 4; Usherettes 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Yearbook Staff 3, 4. HERB MONTGOMERY—Our man from Watson’s . . . His physique . . . Well known for his extra-cur¬ ricular activities . . . Herbert Elwin III. Soccer 1, 2; Track 1, 2; Science Club 1, 2; Pre-Med 3, 4; Student Council 4; Junior Prom 3; Pre-Med Officer 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Play 4. JOAN MONTVILLA—The Blue Triumph . . . Gives a damn . . . the skier . . . generous. Library aid 1, 2; Future Nurse 2. JOYCE MONTVILLA—Part of Mr. Kelly’s 5th period class . . . has her own opinions . . . thoughtful. CURTIS NEWCOMB—’53 Chevy . . . Likes to hunt. . . Remember Curtis on Prom night . . . Courtesy is Curtis’ motto. Track 1, 2; Soccer 1; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Science Club 2. GORDON NICKERSON—One of the Eastham Crew . . . “Gordo” . . . “Why should I let studies interfere with my education?” . . . Playing cards. Soccer 1, 2, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 1; Pre-Med 3, 4; Ping Pong 1, 2, 3, 4. MARGIE NICKERSON—“The Big Tease” . . . wed¬ ding bells . . . BENNY . . . One of S.R.’s kids. Future Nurses 1, 2; Business 3, 4; Library Aide 1, 2, 3; Office Aide 3; Art 1, 2; Junior Prom 3. NICKY NICKERSON—One of the Eastham crew . .. When in doubt, fake it out . .. harassing reefs ... Why teachers retire. Pre-Med 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Varsity Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. BILLY NORGEOT—Mad Frenchman . .. sick jokes ... A Gentleman caller ... Other half of the D.S.G.N. conspiracy. Drama Club 4; Pre-Med 3; A.V. 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Junior Prom 3; Detention 4. MARILYN PACKETT—“Merle” . . . truckdriver . . . J.D.S. . . . “Coach” . . . ready smile. Band 1, 2, 3; Officer 2, 3; Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 3; Honor Society 1; Yearbook Staff 3; Future Teach¬ ers 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. NORMAN PELLIGRINO—Camaro S.S. 396 .. . Talk¬ ative ... Be kind to Hitchhikers. ROBERT PFLOCK—Shy . , . Affiliated with a certain junior girl . . . “PUH-FLOCK”. Entered 3; Pre-Med 4. JAMES RAWL—“Tricky Fingers” . . . Watch out for those telephone poles . . . Has his own views. Pre-Med Club 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. LEWIS REIS—The psychedelic Volkswagen . . . “Skeg Reis” . .. Good surfer, good guy. Gymnastic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2; Pre-Med Club 4: NEIL ROTH—Always something to say . . . “Men show their character in nothing more clearly than what they think laughable.” . . . Harwich affiliations. Soccer 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Journalism 2, 3, 4; Der Fenster Platz 3, 4; Pre-Med 3, 4; Student Council 4; Class Vice-President 3; Junior Prom 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Varsity Club 4; Boys State 4. 130 MATT ROWE—Member of the V.W. set .. . “People always expect more of you when you have naturally curly hair” . .. M.J.L. Entered 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4; All-star 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Journalism 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Student Council 4. WHIT SCOTT—“Cheepso” ... the hole in his dash¬ board . . . “Chip” . . . Another shining Chemistry scholar. Baseball 2, 4; Junior Prom 3; Chess Club 3. BARBARA SKILLMAN—Diamonds are a girls best friend .. . “Are you Eldregable for marriage?” . .. “Skilly” ... Her and Kristy. Entered 3; Future Teachers 3, 4; Senior Play 4. CHRIS SILVA—The old Teahound . . . Hockey player . .. His new car. Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Business Club 4; Chess Club 3. JEFF SMITH—Just going down to the Oracle . .. “Whose got a car?” .. . Buying donuts 3rd period. Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Pre-Med 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. LYNN SMITH—Wedding Bells .. . neatness counts . . . Livingstons . . . can be found in a green ford. Usherettes 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 3; Business Club 3; Junior Prom 3. PENNY SNOW—“Are you embarrassed?” .. . Who is it this week .. . Spiffy aren’t ya? .. . buggin’ the Hock. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 4; Future Nurse 2, 3, 4; A.F.S. 3; Usherettes 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Variety Show 1; Yearbook Staff 3, 4. BOB STUDLEY—“Stud” ... Welcome addition to Nauset . . . good man on the soccer field . . . Cold showers and black coffee. Entered 3; Soccer 3, 4; All-Stars 4; Baseball 3, 4; Band 3. MELISSA STODDARD—Diversified Abilities . . . Usually found in the clinic. KRISTY SVENNINGSEN—The one and only Sven . .. Finally is driving legally . . . Out of class more than she’s in . .. The Blue Bug. Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3; Future Nurses 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Usherettes 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Junior Prom 3; Drama Club 4. JANICE TARTAGLIA—“Jolly Jan” . . . pretty brown hair and eyes ... The best in her field .. . Easily blushes. Cheerleading 2, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Future Nurses 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; Usherette 3, 4; Junior Prom 3. LOUISE TRAHAN—Distinctive laugh . . . member of the V.W. set . .. “Witch” .. . Doc’s star pupil. Future Nurses 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Junior Prom 3. KEVIN USHER—The sleeping lover . . . “Muscle Man” . . . His mustang, his girlfriend . . . One of the guys. Entered 3; Track 3, 4; Gymnastic 3, 4; Pre-Med 4; Wres¬ tling 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. DON VERFAILLE—An intellectual . . . Has his own opinions . . . Scientist . . . frozen men studies . . . Big Don has his own opinions . . . “The wonderful ward¬ robe”. Chess Club 4; Pre-Med 4; Science Club 1, 2; Math Club 1; Tennis. KEN WALSH—“Mona” . . . Athletic wonder . . . Presi¬ dent of “Skully Square”. Varsity Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; A.V. 4; Junior Prom 3. DOTTY WEBER—“It’s pronounced WEBER” ... Al¬ ways a smile ... QUIET. Variety Show 1; Usherettes 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 4; Track Team 2. NANCY WESTERGAARD—“The Charleston Kid” . . . May be seen in someone’s V.W. .. . Everybody’s friend .. . Smile PLUS. Basketball 1, 2; Softball 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom 3; Usherettes 2, 3; Yearbook 3, 4. BRUCE WHITE—“The Phantom Jeep” .. . “Have you seen Betsy?” .. . Known for parking at Nauset Beach ... By himself. Science Club 1; Math Club 1; Pre-Med 3, 4; Gymnastics. PAULA WHITING—Boy Crazy ... The Mercedes ... The Beach. Future Nurses 1, 2; Business Club 3; Usherettes 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Library Aide 1, 2, 3. BRENDA WILCOX—“Let’s get organized in here” . . . The Mustang Sally of Orleans. Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teach¬ ers 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. JUDY WILCOX—Musical talent . . . USUALLY seen with Clayton ... Nice to know. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses 1, 2, 3, 4; Usherettes 3; Junior Prom 3; Variety Show 1; Southeastern Mu¬ sic Festival. CHERYL WILKINSON—Hasn’t made up her mind yet .. . rarely, if ever, takes gym . .. her ’Stang. Future Nurses 3; Usherettes 2, 3, 4; Business Club 3; Senior Prom 4. AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST DAN SCARRY—The one and only Dirty Dan .. . can¬ cer at 21 ... Falmouth’s handyman . . . unforgettable (then how come we forgot??) Junior Prom 3; Yearbook 4; Pre-Med 3; Senior Class Play 4; Detention 4; A.V. 4; Class Beggar 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1; Class Procrastinator 1, 2, 3, 4. 131 PAINES GARAGE BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1969 FROM w WELLFLEET, MASS Congratulations From THE GOVERNOR PRENCE MOTEL Orleans, Mass. Best of Luck to the CLASS OF 1969 From the CLASS OF 1970 SEDNOR P lENCE Compliments of i i i I i Real ’state j ORLEANS BOWLING CENTER INC. and ORLEANS COIN-A-MATIC LAUNDRY of Happiness Route 6A Orleans, Mass. I Compliments of AMERICAN HERITAGE REALTY JOSEPH A. HERTIG, Realtor Chatham Road, South Orleans 255-2202 Fourteen Forty Bldg., West Chatham 945-2331 Orleans We run a clean Business! Best Wishes From HOPKINS CLEANERS i THE CAPE COD SEA CAMPS East Brewster, Mass. MONOMOY Boys WONO Girls Best Wishes THE LIGHTHOUSE RESTAURANT Main Street Wellfleet, Mass. 255-3045 i But Dear Everyone Saves at EAST ORLEANS BOAT YARD INC. WELLFLEET SAVINGS BANK CHARLES M. CAMBELL FRANK L. CAMBELL mac Compliments of NICKERSON LUMBER COMPANY How about two inches of string and a nail? Compliments of Best Wishes to the Class of 1 969 WHISPERING PINES SERVICE CENTER Eastham, Cape Cod Phone 255-0880 Best Luck to the Class of 1 969 irtf The Yearbook staff meets friendly people everywhere! Congratulations to the Class of 1 969 SIDNEY T. SWAN Congratulations to the Class of 1 969 LIVINGSTON’S PHARMACY, INC. Real Estate Best Wishes From ALLARD NURSERIES “Serving Cape Cod Since 1925” East Brewster, Mass. Orleans, Mass. T T T Best Wishes to the Class of 1 969 T T ROY T SVENNINGSEN T T I Builder — Contractor I Orleans T WELLFLEET DRIVE-INN l!l!imm!WI8Miil!l NAUSET REAL ESTATE Main Street Orleans No joking — this place makes “cents” FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CAPE COD Orleans wmm Compliments of NELSON’S BARBER SHOP Orleans, Mass. Compliments of P.J.’S Wellfleet, Mass. Best Wishes From PHILBRICK’S SNACK SHACK Nauset Beach E. Orleans Mass. Compliments of DENISE ANN BAKE SHOP Orleans, Mass. HU Compliments of SIMEON ATWOOD Wellfleet, Mass. Compliments of MR. AND MRS. HENRY CARLSON Wellfleet, Mass. I i DAME STANDISH CANDLE SHOP Hand-dipped Bayberry Candles Congratulations From BREWSTER COFFEE SHOP Wellfleet, Mass. Brewster, Mass. Best Wishes From THE INCREDIBLE BARN Antiques — Books Main Street, East Orleans, Mass. Compliments of DAVID H. BESSOM’S COUNTRY STORE East Orleans, Mass. Compliments of Frying an egg here is no yolk! E. J. DAVIS PACKAGE STORE South Wellfleet, Mass. To a Great Class E. HILDRETH PUTNAM Compliments of MAYO’S FARM KICHEN Real Estate East Orleans Compliments of N. A. NICKERSON SONS INC. Eastham, Mass. HILLSIDE INC. Restaurant, Motel and Gift Shop Original Management Since 1947 Compliments of GOOSE HUMMOCK SHOP Orleans, Mass. EMILE A. OLLIVIER AND SON Mass. Certified Arborists Compliments of Compliments of ORLEANS MOTORS CORA’S HOMEMADE JAMS International Scout Land Rover and Used Cars AND JELLIES Rte. 6A 255-0685 Orleans Route 6A Orleans Best Wishes From Compliments of BAYBERRY BOOK STORE MUSITRONICS Main St. Orleans Route 6A Orleans Best Wishes From ORLEANS MOBIL SERVICE JAME L. DeLORY, JR. HUBBARD PAINT AND SUPPLY CO. U-Haul Trailers HERTZ Rent-A-Car 255-0700 255-2594 Theatre Block Orleans Orleans Taxi 255-0112 Compliments of Compliments of DUNNE’S DOONE ROCK SHOP MURRAY’S Orleans Route 6 Wellfleet Congratulations to the Class of 1 969 ORLEANS PHARMACY Orleans, Mass. Lead feet. Lead seat. Lead head. Compliments of PURITAN CLOTHING COMPANY SOUTH ORLEANS GENERAL STORE Orleans, Mass. m SI6N OF THE CRICKET EAST ORLEANS, MASS. ARTS fy CRAFTS of CAP COD Compliments of GIGI’S SHOE REPAIR Compliments of WATSONS Compliments of Cove Rd. Orleans, Mass. SKAKET BEACH MOTEL We serve what you want. Best Wishes From Route 6A Orleans, Mass. MISS ROGERS’ FLOWER SHOP Orleans, Mass. Compliments of Everyone’s Running to TURK’S HEAD COFFEEHOUSE Orleans WESTWIND ANCHORAGE MOTOR COURT N. Eastham, Mass. Compliments of BILL’S PLACE Eastham, Mass. Best Wishes From JOHN’S SERVICE STATION N. Eastham, Mass. Compliments of NAUSET DRIVING RANGE (Where you learn to Play) N. Eastham, Mass. Compliments of HENRY T. CROCKER INSURANCE AGENCY Orleans, Mass. Best Wishes From BACKUS AND SOULE JEWELERS COLONIAL CANDLE CO. INC. Gift Shop and Factory 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. West Main St. Wellfleet, Mass. ORLEANS FURNITURE STORE MAIN ST., ORLEANS, 02653 Best Wishes From WELLFLEET REAL ESTATE Compliments of WELLFLEET MARINE CORPS. Wellfleet, Mass. Congratulations to the Class of 1969 Town Pier Wellfleet, Mass. Best Wishes to the Class of 1969 KRUMMY DONUT BAKERY 255-3513 Main Street Orleans, Mass. COVE MOTEL Orleans, Mass. Compliments of THE HOLTS Greenhaven Cottages South Wellfleet Mass. 349-2150 Compliments of ROGERS LIQUOR LOCKER BILL AND PAT ROGERS Pilgrim Acres Wellfleet, Mass. Compliments of HELPEE SELFEE LAUNDRY Wellfleet, Mass. Compliments of BILL’S PLACE “We serve what you want " North Eastham, Mass. Compliments of MANUEL THIMAS General Contractor Wellfleet, Mass. Best Wishes From HOLIDAY HOUSE Wellfleet, Mass. Compliments of BETTY’S BEAUTY SALON Wellfleet, Mass. Compliments of ALICE’S RESTAURANT Wellfleet, Mass. Compliments of AESOP’S TABLES Wellfleet, Mass. MURRAY’S PHARMACY Best Wishes to the Class of ’69 Wellfleet, Mass. Good Luck to the Class of ' 69 WELLFLEET PACKAGE STORE Wellfleet, Mass. Compliments of HUNTLEY’S FLYING A Wellfleet, Mass. Compliments of NAUSET LOBSTER POOL Route 6 Eastham, Mass. Compliments of ORLEANS MOTORS INC. International, Scout, Land Rover and Used Cars. Route 6A Orleans, Mass. 255-0658 Compliments of Compliments of ORLEANS MOBIL EAST END PACKAGE STORE, INC. Route 6A Orleans, Mass. Route 6A, East Brewster, Mass. Tel. 896-3697 GRACE E. McCANDLESS, Prop. Best Wishes to the Class of 1969 Compliments of WENTWORTH ACRES ORLEANS SUNOCO SERVICE Route 6 North Eastham Route 6A Orleans, Mass. Best Wishes From SOUTH WELLFLEET SUNOCO Wellfleet, Mass. Compliments of NAUSET LOBSTER POOL Rte. 6A Orleans, Mass. Compliments of SHELDON N. BRIER Electrician South Orleans, Mass. Congratulations From SOUTH WELLFLEET GENERAL STORE AND BLACK DUCK SPORTS SHOP Wellfleet, Mass. Compliments of Best Wishes From PEGGY’S YARN SHOP Wellfleet, Mass. LAYMON W. CLARK BUILDER Buildings, Additions, Remodeling Cross Street Wellfleet 349-2569 Compliments of CAPE COD REALTY Wellfleet, Mass. THE INTERNATIONAL SHOP Orleans on Cape Cod Compliments of EASTHAM MALL North Eastham, Mass. Compliments of NAUSET CHEVRON Route 6 Wellfleet, Mass. Compliments of WELLFLEET SERVICE CENTER Route 6 Eastham, Mass. Best of Luck to the Class of 1 969 ROBINSON’S 54-104 and $1.00 Route 6A Orleans, Mass. Compliments of AL’S DRIVE-IN Compliments of IRELAND’S REAL ESTATE 255-2268 Route 6 Wellfleet, Mass. Orleans Shopping Center Route 6A Orleans, Mass. — Compliments of Compliments of EMERSON RUG OCEAN REEF GIFT SHOP Route 6A Orleans, Mass. Route 6 South Wellfleet, Mass. Compliments of ORLEANS HOLIDAY MOTEL Orleans, Mass. CENTRAL GARAGE Lubrication, Tire and Battery Service ALA AAA HERBERT F. WILCOX Orleans, Mass. Best Wishes to the Class of ’69 HENRY C. ATWOOD REAL ESTATE Best Wishes DORA’S BEAUTY SHOP Compliments of NAUSET MARKET No. Eastham, Mass. Compliments of COBIES East Brewster, Mass. Best Wishes to Class of ' 69 From BROOKS’ CARDS Brewster, Mass. Compliments of WILFRED J. TRAHAN Eastham, Mass. h i i n ■mttm in i r I i rr ■ i Wellfleet, Mass. GERTRUDE’S BEACH BOX Route 6 Eastham, Mass. Compliments of INDIAN FILLING STATION Wellfleet, Mass. Compliments of IRELAND’S Orleans, Mass. Compliments of CAPE COD NATIONAL SEASHORE EMPLOYEE ASSOCIATION So. Wellfleet, Mass. Compliments of PHIL’S BARBER SHOP Main St. Orleans, Mass. Best Wishes From THE OLD TAVERN MOTEL Orleans, Mass. Compliments of ACME LAUNDRY CO. Main St. Orleans, Mass. Congratulations From JENNINGS PLUMBING AND HEATING Eastham, Mass. PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Fay Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Hubler Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bassett Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Bean Mr. Chester A. Landers Mrs. Florence C. Butilier Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Deschamps Mrs. Albert P. Adams Mr. Henry Kelly II Dr. and Mrs. Whitelaw Mr. Elwood M. Howland Mr. and Mrs. Ross Demetras Mr. and Mrs. David M. Lanning Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. White English 31 Miss Carolyn Langevin Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Putnam Mrs. Fred A. Daniels Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Greenman Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Dupont Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Wil kinson Mr. and Mrs. Paul Martin Miss Theodora Newell Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Stanley E. Smith Mr. and Mrs. John Connors Mr. and Mrs. Barnett V. Vickers Mrs. Nan Lawless Mr. and Mrs. Francis Burling Mr. and Mrs. Byron Roth Mr. and Mrs. William Brown Mr. and Mrs. Kulesza Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Berger Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Norgeot Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kew Mr. and Mrs. James J. Ilkovich Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nickerson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Orr Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Letts Miss Dorothy Letts Mr. and Mrs. Howard Arnberger Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cummings Dr. and Mrs. Frederick P. Rogers Rainey Medical Laboratory Rev. and Mrs. Foster Phillips Mrs. Cyril W. Downs Dr. Miriam Faries Mr. Robert E. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Vallie Mr. and Mrs. John L. Fenney Jr. Mrs. Joyce P. Roche Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Delano Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Murray Dr. David W. Gessford Mr. and Mrs. William A. Daniels Mr. James E. Owens Mrs. Judith Corkum Mr. and Mrs. Leo P. Miller Mr. and Mrs. John Gray Mrs. Howard Fulcher Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W. Baker Mr. and Mrs. David Buck Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P. Vickers Mr. George S. Duffy Sr. Mrs. Priscilla N. Mounce Mr. and Mrs. James Barrio Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Crocker Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Levasseur Mr. and Mrs. William Cooper Mr. and Mrs. James Rawl Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lohr Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Snow Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Wilcox Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. William MacDonald Mr. and Mrs. Ross Harrison The Yearbook Staff would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the people who helped make this book possible. Our thanks to Mr. Mohan and the office for their sincere cooperation; to Mrs. Baker for keeping our noise under control; to members of the faculty who kept their tempers and even to those who didn’t; to Mr. Gray for making his signature easily attainable (we love you Mr. Gray!); and to Jeff Smith for his daily sojourns to the Village Bakery for doughnuts during third periods (didn’t know about that did you Mr. Kalinick?). Thanks also to Cape Cod Photos for their willingness to loan us pictures. Our special thanks goes to Mr. Craig who was able to smile even after his 28 millionth trip to Nauset to take pictures. His patience and cooperation were unbeatable, his lunches were pretty good, too. NAUSET REG H S LIBRARY


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