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

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30809000203123 i V K£mRj| jr«• - if V ' J- ' u dp . 1 gQf,| I i To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose un¬ der the heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted; A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up; A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn; and a time to dance; A time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones, together; a time to embrace, and a time to re¬ frain from embracing; A time to get, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away; A time to rend, and a time to sew; a time to keep silence, and a time to speak; A time to love, and a time to hate; a time of war, and a time of peace. Ecclesiastes 3:1 —8 3 4 the AfcrmnistRAtion pRincipal MR. THOMAS MOHAN vice pRincipaL MR. ANDREW KALINICK ,4«aMaa supeRintenPent MR. PAUL ELLIS Mr. George Elias Replacement for Mrs. Crawford Language PepaRtment BERTHA KOUROUBLAKIS JANE BUCK Spanish, French; West Liberty State College, B.A. French; Barnard College, B.A., Columbia University S. STEWART BROOKS RICHARD HOYT French; Bates College, Defense Language Institute, B.A. MARY MORRISON French; Laval University, B.A., M.A. Latin, German; Princeton Uni¬ versity, A.B., M.A., and Ph. D. -rv m , »« a 4 Business PepaRtment JUDITH MARTIN Typing, Shorthand 1 and 11, Business Law, Gen. Business; New Hampshire College, B.B.S., University of New Hampshire CAROLYN RICHARDSON Typing, Office Practice, Book¬ keeping; Boston University, B . S 5 ,, Bridgewater State College, M.Ed. science PepARtment ROBERT BRUCE General Science; Spring- field College, B.S. EDWARD O ' BRIEN Physics, General Science; Boston College, B.S. and M.Ed. PAUL CHAMBERLIN Chemistry, Physiology, Biology; Valparaiso Uni¬ versity, B.A. DAVID GESSFORD Earth Science, Girl ' s Bas¬ ketball Coach; Ventura Jr. College, A.B., Cornell University, B.S., Michi¬ gan State University, M.S. and Ph.D. DAVID GATES B iology, Physiology; Stonehill College, B.S., Bridgewater State Col¬ lege, M.Ed., Simmons College, M.S., U. of Hawaii JOYCE ROCHE Biology; Chestnut Hill College, A.B. HERBERT PETTENGILL Chemistry, Adv. Biology; Ricker College, A.A., U. of Maine, B.S., Brown University, M.A.T. 9 mathematics Pepactment RONALD SPINNEY General Math; University of Massachusetts, B.S. ROBERT WILKINSON Algebra 1 and 11, General Math; Fairfield University, B.S.S. and M.A. JOAN HOWES Algebra 11, General Math; Douglass College, Rutgers Uni¬ versity, B.S., Bridgewater State College RICHARD COCHRAN Seated, Algebra 11, Geometry; Tufts University, B.S. DONNA LUMPKIN Math; Colby College, B.A. JAMES SMITH Math, Science; No. Eastern University, A.A., B.S. DANIEL BECHAR Trigonometry, Calculus; Boston University, B.A. 10 enqLish PepARtment PHYLLIS BAKER Librarian; Simmons College, B.S. MARY BERRIO Journalism, Grammar, Short Story, English; Wilson College, B.A., U. of Scranton, M.A. MURIEL SMITH Reading; Radcliff College, B.A. JUDITH CRAWFORD Short Story, German, English NANCY LANING Mythology, Drama, English; Boston University, B.S.-in Ed. THEODORA RINGER Tragedy, Confedy, Mythology, English; Middlebury College, B.A., Harvard University, M.A.T. JOHN GRAY 19th and 20th Century Novel, Soph. Jr. and Sr. Writing, English; Yale University, Harvard Uni¬ versity, A.M.T. WILLIAM McCASKIE Shakespheare, Non-fiction, English; Northwestern University, B.S., Bos¬ ton College, M.Ed. JUDITH CORKUM 7th and 8th English; Tufts Uni¬ versity, B.A. ROBERT MORSE Creative Writing, Poetry, Driver Ed., English; Tufts University, A.B. and Ed.M. 11 social studies department PAMELA BOORUM Social Studies, World Culture, Complementary Gov.; Smith College, A.B., Brown University, M.A.T. HENRY KELLEY International Relations, Current History; Brown University, A.B. DOROTHY FULCHER Geography, Government; Bridgewater State College, B.S.E. and M.E. DAVID DeBAUN Social Studies; Bowdoin, University of Mass., B.A., M.A. VIRGINIA EMERSON Drama, Sociology World Culture; University of Maine, A.B., Clark Uni¬ versity, A.M. FRANK HUTCHINGS U.S. History; Wentworth Institute, M.C. and T.D., U. of Mass., B.S. and M.A. RICHARD GREENMAN Ancient History, World Geography; Harvard, A.B., Boston University, Ed.M. DONALD CAMPBELL European History, Government; West Vir¬ ginia Wesleyan College, A.B. 12 phys. ed. depaRtment JOHN DONAHUE Dartmouth College, B.A. MARGAR ERICKSON Panzar College, B.S. PAUL WHITE Yankton College, B.A. JUDITH BUTTERFIELD West Chester State College, B.S. SOPHIE MARTIN Nurse; Worcester State Hospital, Belmont Isola¬ tion Hospital special education depaRtment RONALD CHAD Fitchburg State, B.S.E., Bridgewater State College LEO MILLER Basketball Coach; Fitchburg State, B.S.E. 13 home economics EDWARD BROOKSHIRE Keene State College, B.Ed. RALPH SWIFT Mechanical Drawing; North¬ eastern University, B.S., Mech. Eng. STANLEY SMITH JR. BERNARD COLLINS JR. Math, Electronics; Boston Uni- Fitchburg State College, versity, A.A., B.A., M.Ed. B.S.E. I I ARt music JAMES OWENS New York University, B.F.A., Rhode Island School of Design (For picture, see p. 42.) FRANK JAMES New England Conservatory of Music, B.M. PAUL BORTNICK Jr. and Sr. High Band, Music Theory; Panzar College, B.S. DOROTHY WORDELL Boston University, School of Applied Arts, B.M. kitchen staff 15 student council Left to right-ROW ONE-R. O.Brien; J. Lohan; Mr. Chamberlin; V. Ollivier; P. Brown; ROW TWO-M. Coombs; P. Lyons; M. Miller; S. Fulcher; D. Pike; D. Holbrook; ROW THREE-D. Newell; S. Barnard; P. Sparrow; J. Chase; M. O ' Connors; K. Poor; ROW FOUR-B. Hicks; P. Duffey; K. Bolton; K. Penney; S. Smith; L. Cullum; S. Von Itter; ROW FIVE-E. Butilier; P. Fettig; D. Edwards; B. McDonald; M. Lindholm; B. Taylor. junioR high student council Left to right—ROW ONE—D. Holbrook; P. Gill; T. Whitlaw; ROW TWO—J. Richmond; B. Edwards; R. Hartely; J. Bahr; W. Waters; D. Bean; C. Gray; Mr. DeBaun. 17 the class of 1975 18 the class of 1974 OFFICERS President .Holly Morrison Vice-President . . . Vickie Blakely Secretary.Lynn Nickerson Treasurer.Peggy Silva 19 ► i CUSS Of ' 73 OFFICERS President .Steve Phillips Vice President .Charles Melcher Secretary.Bonnie MacDonald Treasurer.Duncan Penny 20 sophomoRes CLASS Of 1972 OFFICERS President .Peter Burling Vice-President . . . David Johnson Secretary.Wendy Meads Treasurer .... Mary Ellen Fuller 21 junioRS CUSS Of 1971 OFFICERS President .Steve Fulcher Vice-President . Danny MacDonald Treasurer.Brian Allard Secretary.Margerie Crowell 22 Left to right—ROW ONE —D. O ' Brien, B. Hicks, J. Donahue, P. Bohannon, S. Peno, R. O ' Brien, H. Olson, R. Hilferty, J. Gainy, J. Brown, B. MacDonald, R. Bassett. ROW TWO—P. Burling, Mgr., D. Nassery, E. Butilier, J. Smith, P. Fettig, D. Eldredge, D. Crocker, S. LaJoie, M. Kane, B. Taylor, P. Brown, C. Reynard, Mgr., Coaches: Mr. Donahue, Mr. Campbell. TRI-Captains; L to R: Peter Brown, Robert O ' Brien, Bruce Taylor, Coach Jack Donahue. Opponent Nauset Visitor Harwich 0 1 Chatham 2 0 Falmouth 4 2 D-Y 1 3 Tabor 5 0 Sandwich 2 0 Barnstable 2 1 Chatham 1 2 Harwich 5 0 Falmouth 2 3 Tabor 2 1 D-Y 2 4 Sandwich 0 2 Barnstable 1 3 Field Hockey Team Soccer Field vs. Soccer Team Team Hockey in Field Hockey 5 0 1 Senior players: D. Nassery, E. Butilier, P. Brown, P. Fettig, B. Taylor, B. Hicks, P. Bohannon, B. Hilferty, S. Peno, H. Olson, R. O ' Brien. Front L. to R.: C. Melcher, P. Melcher, B. Crowell, J. Winslow, M. Tartaglia, E. Emerson, S. Wilcox, P. Burling. Rear L. to R.: B. Ramsey, R. Bismore, N. Dunham, D. Bean, D. Lee, C. Cummings, P. Adao, B. Stafford, D. Penny, Mr. Yeuter. 26 L. to R.: C. Reynard, B. Hicks, S. Peno, G. Beals, R. Houghton, P. Fields, P. Burling, M. Lindholm, F. Brock. Nauset . . . . .25 M.V. .32 Nauset . . . . .33 Falmouth. .25 Nauset . . . . .44 Barnstable . .19 Nauset . . . . .21 M.V. .35 Nauset . . . . .39 S.E. Voke. .22 Nauset . . . . .44 D.Y. .17 Nauset . . . . .37 Falmouth. .21 Nauset . . . . .22 Wareham . .33 C R O S s c o u n t R y Senior Members: L. to R.: B. Hicks, C. Reynard, S. Peno. State Medal Winners: B. Hicks S. Brown 27 field hockey Left to right—ROW ONE— M. Miller, B. Erickson, M. Latham, A. Nickerson, K. Berger, M. O ' Connor, Coach Erickson. ROW TWO—W. Meads, J. Nickerson, P. Gage, M. Fuller, J. Gage, V. King, C. O ' Conner. ROW THREE —R. Larsen, P. Lyons, J. Peno, B. MacDonald, S. Norgeot, L. Price, S. Von Itter. ROW FOUR—S. Eldredge, F. Ellis, Mgr., L. Dory, Mgr., L. Cullum, Mgr., G. Gage. Coach Erickson and TR 1-Captains, Audrey Nickerson, Marsha Latham, and Betsey Erickson. 28 Nauset vs M.V. Nauset vs Chatham Nauset vs P-town Nauset vs Harwich Nauset vs Sandwich Nauset vs M.V. Nauset vs Chatham Nauset vs P-town Nauset vs Harwich Nauset vs Sandwich All Stars Betsy Erickson Marsha Latham Audrey Nickerson Kathy Berger 29 Band Left to right—ROW ONE—S. Koehler; J. Gage; J. Chase; M. Howes; A. Dutra; S. Buck; M. Livingston; P. Gage; M. Fuller; K. MacGregor; J. Nickerson; M. Walwer; ROW TWO—L. Meads; R. Kerwin; J. Stratton; K. Flucher; M. Philbrick; R. Lovely; P. Howes; J. Winslow; D. Penny; S. Snow; ROW THREE—S. Smith; P. Melcher; A. Sailor; W. Chandler; S. Bengston; C. Melcher; J. Howes; A. Erickson; Mr. Bortnick; S. Pierce; D. Edwards; J. Baker; G. Sveningsens; J. Lavallee; R. Deschamps; G. Moulton; S. Norgeot. ORCheStRA Left to right—ROW ONE—A. Dutra; J. Gage; K. Berger; K. Penny; D. Parkington; P. Atwood; D. Deschamps; J. Chase; M. Howes; S. Koehler; ROW TWO—J. Howes; R. Deschamps; J. Nickerson; M. Walwer; R. Deschamps; G. Sveningsens; J. Fisher; D. Edwards; S. Pierce; D. MacGregor; M. Livingston; S. Snow; P. Gage; A. Erickson; M. Fuller; ROW THREE—Mr. James; P. Bohannon; D. Penny. 32 junior high Bang Left to right—ROW ONE— J. Studley; B. Clark; V. Ellis; S. Nickerson; T. Landers; ROW TWO—N. Kalinick; J. North; S. Snow; B. Pettengil I; S. Combs; L. Nickerson; W. Dutra; K. Clark; J. Dyer; D. Poole. ChORUS Front—J. Fisher; ROW ONE — B. Brown; G. Bengston; J. VanderMay; ROW TWO-L. Baily; B. Gardner; M. Joseph; ROW THREE-S. Johnson; L. Johnson; M. Finley. 33 34 majoRettes PPHpH i I | M ft r I Jjot rap 1 I I ■ El v ,i| fin I I JaMy . . -i-Tv. ft I 1 I Left to right—ROW ONE—Tina Haskell; Vicky Hurst; ROW TWO—Linda Young; L. Hyde; Martha Johnson; Shiela Crosby. independent study The Independent Study Program was initiated in 1966 under the supervision of Doc Gessford. The students par¬ ticipating in this program do research work in an aca¬ demic field of their choice, with the guidance of a faculty advisor. junioR honop society SEATED: P. Melcher; S. Chase; Mrs. Fulcher; H. Morrison; L. Quinn; STANDING: A. Bronson; E. Lamperti; S. Crosby; P. Woods; D. Burdick; D. Holbrook; C. Chilson; K. Gray; T. Allen. I fl K 1 k K « 1 I T j5 k k g 1 1 ’9m v l ! A I • " " ' W ? ' ‘ A V % 1 M p - ■ p- • f •: 1.•» S. ' • ■ ' | The Honor Society is composed of students who maintain a B+ average or better. These members must also display character, leadership and service. semoR honoR society Mr. Hutchings; Karen Bolton; Peter Brown; Candy Jans; Glenn Fisher. 37 evoLution nauset jouRnalism cLass Bi-weekly news—magazine Left to right—ROW ONE—M. Curran; Mrs. Berrio; R. Trotter; J. Lohan; D. Newell—Assis. Editor; S. Hall—Editor; D. Sallee; B. Allard; S. Brown; R. Haskell; ROW TWO—J. Creonte; B. Gardner; C. Rogers; B. Hyde; H. Delano; C. Curtis; J. Brown; G. Hurst; R. Mulhollland; L. Shovelier; B. Harris, K. Hibbs; R. Westergaard; P. Hatch; S. Flavin. Business cLub ' f £ ' ' V ? s X «• •» V - Left to right—ROW ONE—D. Jennings; K. Menengas; M. Lavallee; B. Gardner; P. Benson; B. Jennings. ROW TWO—K. Silva; J. Hayes; M. Curran; B. Bayerle; D. Sallee; D. Saulnier; D. Brewer; D. Clark; ROW THREE—M. Daley; P. Fulcher; B. Howland; L. Rockwell; S. Saunders; H. Sallee; B. Tesson; C. Berrio; Miss Richardson; Miss Martin; ROW FOUR—D. Walsh; S. Brewer; C. Berrio; V. Connolly; N. Watts; R. Hoffman; P. Hatch. 38 futuRe nuRses of ameRica Left to right—ROW ONE—W. Chandler; B. Jennings; K. Penny; R. Filliman; D. Fulcher; K. Silva; J. Cowen. ROW TWO —L. Acorn; W. Fates; J. Svenningsens; M. Joseph; A. Pickard; D. Peterson; E. Fitzgerald; G. Peterson; ROW THREE—J. Straiton; J. Garfield; K. Clark; M. Popoli; D. Young; K. Roza; B. Bruce; B. Fates; J. Fisher; C. Clifton; S. Johnson; C. Gray; Mrs. Martin; J. Hart. PRe-meP cLub Left to right—ROW ONE—S. Koehler; D. Nassery; S. Fulcher; ROW TWO—Mr. Chamberlin; M. Walwer; M. Carron; R. Hubler; V. Ollivier; E. Butilier. 39 Library Aides Left to right—ROW ONE—A. Engleman; D. Willard; M. Fitzgerald; P. Straley; D. Fulcher; A. Dyer; P. Duffy; Mrs. Baker; J. Seveningsens; M. Walwer. Left to right—ROW ONE —N. Reis; D. Johnson; W. Crespo; D. Walkens, D. Mead; B. Grover; ROW TWO—B. Dunn; D. Scott; B. Savins; D. Gilmore; J. Tullock; J. Eldredge; H. Dyer; B. Quinn; ROW THREE—R. Wiles; S. Edwards; V. Ollivier; R. Banas. AUdlO-VISUAL Aides 40 VARSIty ClUB Left to right—ROW ONE—Mr. Gray; Mrs. Erickson; M. O ' Connor; J. Nickerson; V. King; A. Nickerson; P. Sparrow; C. Chandler; Mr. Miller; Mr. Donahue; ROW TWO —R. Durgin; E. Buttilier; R. Deschanps; K. Berger; M. Latham; B. Erickson; J. Kaylor; P. Field; P. Fettig; ROW THREE—B. MacDonald; R. Bassett; R. O ' Brien; P. Brown; S. Brown; D. Crocker; S. Lajoie; M. Chambers; Dr. Gessford; ROW FOUR —R. Hilferty; B. Hayes; B. Taylor; J. Donahue; B. Hicks; D. Bean; V. Ollivier; ROW FIVE—C. Reynard; S. Peno; H. Olson. The Varsity Club consists of members who display outstanding ability in athletics. They have shown good sportsmanship through their athletic activities. 41 photOQRAphy CtUB Left to right—Mr. Owens, K. Poor; K. Holbrook; C. Ladner; M. Menengas; L. Allen. 42 cLub Left to right—ROW ONE—E. McWilliams; J. Hayes; K. Poor; M. Menengas; D. Gainy; D. Grover; K. Holbrook; C. Irving; S. Fulcher; D. Williams; D. MacDonald; ROW TWO—L. Flavin; B. Bruce; L. Johnston; P. Fulcher; K. Bolton; J. VanderMay; L. Hogg; C. Brewer; Mrs. Emerson; M. Livingston; J. Tullock; D. Scott; P. Thimas; R. Knowles; ROW THREE— N. Watts; G. Bengston; L. Shovelier; C. Rogers; D. Adams; ROW FOUR—S. Parkington; F. Egart; D. Meads; V. Ollivier; R. Mulholland; M. Coombs; M. Carron; A. Welsh; M. Joseph; B. Hicks; S. Hurst. The Drama Club is composed of students who possess the ability to perform in dramatics. They have put on several successful productions such as: " Little Abner, " " The Box, " " Snow Queen, " and they entered the State Competition. 43 American fieL6 seRvice Seated left to right—S. Delano, A. Pickard, D. Nassery, L. Tilga, C. Terhune. Standing—E. Sparrow, M. Miller, Mr. Hoyt, P. Straley, M. Daniels. i s J 0¥% ■ t yeaRBOok staff ROW ONE—LEFT TO RIGHT—P. Sparrow, A. Nickerson, D. Sipple, D. Nassery, G. Fisher, Mr. Gray. ROW TWO—M. Coombs, D. Newell, J. Lohan, M. Joseph, V. Connally. ROW THREE—B. Hicks, J. VanderMay, C. Chandler, L. Tilga, M. Nichols, R. Mulholland. ROW FOUR—B. Bayerle, D. Sallee, P. Bohannon, S. Delano, M. Daniels. ROW FIVE—E. Butilier, M. Walwer, C. Terhune, A. Pickard. ROW SIX—K..Jones, C. Jans, R. Burrill, D. Wilson, G. Harris, K. Bolton, B. Taylor. Compliments of Mr. Mrs. Richard Vander May. 47 CHRISTMAS TREE SALE SPONSORED BY NRHS CLASSOF ' 70 Free Delivery EASTHAM ORLEANS BREWSTER open daily STOP SHOP FMWi tfl m ic m u A m- if ■ m m 7 Mr V L. to R. C. Reynard, R. O ' Brien, R. Mulholland, S. Peno, B. Taylor, Coach L. Miller, M. Carron, R. Durgin, B. MacDonald, R. Deschamps, Coach P. White, M. Kane, D. Crocker, R. Bassett, J. Donahue, J. Rice. V A R S I t y L. to R. R. O ' Brien, L. Miller, C. Reynard. 50 52 OPPONENT NAUSET Bourne 54 60 D-Y 60 42 Falmouth 73 60 Barnstable 64 59 Wareham 56 70 Chatham 27 53 M-V 53 67 Harwich 70 73 Sandwich 48 68 Nantucket 53 71 P-Town 37 44 Chatham 48 64 M-V 64 56 P-Town 37 44 Nantucket 56 92 Sandwich 60 79 Harwich 48 47 M-V 60 51 Record—11 wins + 7 losses 53 55 Q i R L s B A S k e t B A L L First Row L. to R. R. McCoubrey, J. Nickerson, J. Gage, A. Nickerson, W. Meads, M. Crowell, L. Dorrie, G. Peterson. Second Row L. to R. K. O ' Connor, V. King, M. Latham, J. Cowen, B. Erickson, J. Fisher, P. Gage, Mgr. M. O ' Connor, Coach Gessford. ALL STARS Marsha Latham Jody Nickerson Tri Captains Audrey Nickerson, Marsha Latham, Betsy Erickson. Nauset 24 Bourne 50 Nauset 30 DY 69 Nauset 38 Falmouth 27 Nauset 18 Barnstable 40 Nauset 35 Chatham 17 Nauset 25 MV 28 Nauset 20 Harwich 32 Nauset 23 Sandwich 54 Nauset 27 Nantucket 29 Nauset 32 P-Town 21 Nauset 22 Chatham 25 Nauset 34 MV 21 Nauset 32 P-Town 42 Nauset 42 Nantucket 16 Nauset 17 Sandwich 55 Nauset 31 Harwich 35 56 L. to R. P. Lyons, S. Eldredge, T. McElroy, J. Burrill, N. Norgeot, G. Moulton, K. Nadeau, J. Peno, B. MacDonald, G. Gage, S. Norgeot. 57 V A R 5 l t y c h e e R l e a 6 e R S First Row L. to R. K. Menengas, P. Sparrow, B. Fates, C. Chandler, D. Dyer. Second Row L. to R. D. Deschamps, M. Fuller, D. Walsh. 60 First Row L. to R. L. Wilcox, P. Blakley, S. Quinn, V. Blakley, P. Gill. Second Row L. to R. P. Silva, D. Smith, H. Morrison. 61 From Fragments Let me go where’er I will I hear a sky-born music still; It sounds from all things old, It sounds from all things young, From all that’s fair, from all that’s foul, Peals out a cheerful song. ’Tis not in the high stars alone, Not in the cups of budding flowers, Nor in the redbreast’s mellow tone, Nor in the bow that smiles in showers, But in the mud and scum of things There alway, alway, something sings. Ralph Waldo Emerson « mm T »f ITt lgr TT ' t t i t fyry ■ v ■ ■ • yr , » . ’ F«rt 1 T» , rr . v . -v riT ' - rv? s ■ ' . ' . ' ;v •, r +, 4 P-X. A - i ■ JV . 1 t - - - - - • - . - ■ (l zr ' . Zr ' Zk - • „,- -, J . ¥ , J.W . “ ,. - " " ' “ ' . ► % v SPRING Spring, with that nameless pathos in the air Which dwells with all things fair. Spring, with her golden suns and silver rain, Is with us once again. —Timrod cr 3 66 A c r (t 67 |4V A La W? BP [ILUa BOYS VARSITY BASEBALL First Row L. to R. B. MacDonald, S. Gilmore, D. Crocker, P. Burling, S. Lajoie, E. Butilier. Second Row L. to R. Coach J. Donahue, R. Bassett, P. Bohannon, J. Harris, R. Backus, J. Donahue, B. Dunne. vaRsity Base- BaLL l r i BOYS VARSITY BASEBALL Seniors: P. Bohannon, E. Butilier, Coach J. Donahue. 70 71 L. to R.: C. Melcher, J. Smith, F. White, S. Young, J. Winslow, P. Melcher, Coach D. Gessford. Boys tennis 73 champs First Row L. to R. J. Chase, J. Nickerson, M. Latham, A. Nickerson, B. Carter, J. Gage, M. O ' Conner. Second Row L. to R. Mgr. J. Peno, L. Mead, B. MacDonald, G. Gage, P. Gage, K. O ' Connor, M. Crowell, Mgr. N. Norgeot, Coach Erickson. Third Row L. to R. P. Lyons, A. Erickson, D. Deschamps, E. Avellar, S. Eldredge, K. Berger, V. King, I. Ostler. Co-Captains: Audrey Nickerson and Marsha Latham with Coach Erickson. Senior Players Audrey Nickerson Marsha Latham Beth Carter Record Nauset 21 Sandwich 10 Nauset 16 Chatham 4 Nauset 6 P ' town 7 Nauset 13 Harwich ' 1 Nauset 28 M. Vinyard 10 Nauset 6 Sandwich 2 Nauset 19 Chatham 3 Nauset 6 P ' town 2 Nauset 9 Harwich 1 Nauset 19 M. Vinyard 2 75 I j i I I 76 First Row L. to R. R. Murphy, S. Hall, P. Hall, H. Olson, R. Olson, D. Eldredge. Second Row L. to R. Coach Wilkinson, J. Costello, B. Crowell, J. Gillis, M. Sherwin, M. Tartaglia, M. Philbrick, D. Kew, N. Yonce. 1st. Row, L. to R. R. Hamilton, H. Kaylor, M. Eldredge, C. Moore, V. Ollivier, P. Fettig, T. Price. 2nd. Row, E. Lamperti, D. Edwards, D. Bean, M. Chambers, M. Lindholm, B. Doane, S. Brown, S. Fulcher, S. Edwards, D. Johnson, J. Smith. 3rd. Row, D. Drew, D. Gillis, S. Philips, P. Field, G. Beals, B. Harris, R. Hubler, E. LeBlanc, M. Demetri, R. Alexander, P. H ardaway, B. Hurst, D. Penny, Coach J. Gray. 78 ' vipKP iiifPl ■ A J • . iit M jk ■ " I i senioRs i 80 Sharlene Liberty Deborah Wilson Steven Peno Ernest LeBlanc 81 BM Christine Rogers I I t ' i i I David Langlais Arna Pickard Randolph Richter -rt Michael Walwer 82 Candace Jans 83 Anne Dutra 84 Robert Trotter Michael Allard Lillian Demetri Karen Bolton 85 Glenn Fisher Karen Roza Brian Harris Vanessa Connolly Michele Nichols Rosamund Ladner Brock Collinsworth Ronald Durgin Robert Larsen Gale Snider 87 Jeanellen Lohan William Hayes David Newell Leslie Shovelier 88 ip Cindy Chandler Douglas MacGregor Robert Hilferty Harriet Baker 89 Linda Rockwell Bruce Taylor Valerie Lemoine Clayton Reynard David Lindstrom 90 Arthur Bacon Deborah Adams Marsha Latham Margaret Fulcher Melissa Finlay 91 Barbara Bayerle III Hi ill Ilf David Gilmore Michele Joseph Mary Curran 92 Ernest Butilier Donna Felt Helen Delano Judith VanderMay Debbie Sallee 93 Bruce Hicks Linda Flavin Susan Barnard Edward Tesson Katherine Jones u 94 Steven Edwards Cheryl Curtis Jeffrey Holbrook Denise Saulnier 95 Frederick Egert l k f i f I t Randy Nickerson Melissa Daniels Ronald Deschamps 96 James Sturtevant Rebecca Fates i Lesley Tilga Sarah Delano 97 Jay Hagenbuckle Kathy Novotny Ellen Fitzgerald - Margaret Bennett 98 Michele Lavallee Beverly Howland Linda Putnam Harold Olson 99 Audrey Nickerson Paul Bohannon Stephen Hall Debra Jordan 100 Dale Sipple Peter Brown Daud Nassery Deborah Jennings 101 Pamela Sparrow Richmond Bell Peter Corbett June Laposky CsSfes VilfeVv ! Donald Tabor 102 Richard Mulholland Beth Carter Rebecca Burrill Dawn Leonard 103 William Cash Jeffrey David Peter Brady Connie Terhune 104 X Mark Hogg Sandra Sanders Gail Bengston Douglas MacGregor 105 Mitchell Burke i Richard Chase Peter Fettig Jane Dalby 106 Irene Arriola Dennis Gillis Danny Parkington Vincent Ollivier Chip Whelan 107 senioR 6iRectORy HOWARD ADAO: car models, work, a certain giri, sports, my car, the Purple Palace, being myself, designing car parts, Demolay. BONNIE ADAMS: field hockey, walking, reading, sewing, cooking, tree climbing, jumping puddles. DEBORAH ADAMS: entered 4th year, drama plays, J.W.M.G., skiing, motorcycle riding, nickname—Debbie. MICHAEL ALLARD: Nickname—Bil Al, soccer 2 3, Year¬ book 3 4, Junior Prom, Telfad, student government, sailing, skiing, Christmas trees. IRENE ARRIOLA: Playing the guitar, slipping through key¬ holes. ARTHUR BACON: Roger, Greasey, photography, model railroading, counting fruit flies, traveling, stamp collecting, coin collecting, collecting post cards, arguing, VW’s horseback riding, orchestra, pre-med, FTA( Junior Prom. HARRIET BAKER: Harri, drawing, sewing, knitting, trying to find a good time for everybody, philosophy, running around in summer. LYNNE BAKER: Antiques. SUSAN BARNARD: Student Council, cheering, senior class trip committee, Yearbook, Sweet William, E. (Eddie) W. T., blue truck, sewing, swimming, skating, music, dancing, just natural fun. RICHMOND BELL: reading, chess, driving, hunting, fishing, listening to records, sleeping. MARGARET BENNETT: Nadja, non-violent revolution, exer¬ cises in total group communication, M.W. M.B. music appreciation and participation, making clothes and poems, reading, singing, sleeping, doing what makes me feel good. PAUL BOHANNON: Bo-Bo, J.V. basketball, soccer, Varsity Club, Yearbook staff, Junior Prom, A.C.N. sports, working on my car, parties, sleeping. KAREN BOLTON: student council, FTA., Yearbook, Honor Society, tutoring, Independent Study, sewing, guitar, painting, drawing, interior decorating. PETER BRADY: Pete, working. PETER BROWN: art, surfing, hockey, swimming, parties, soccer, Junior Prom, Yearbook, newspaper, Class Presi¬ dent 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Student Council, Student Council V. Pres. 4, Independent Study, Honor Society, Honor Society V. Pres. 4, Varsity Club. MITCHELL BURKE: E.W.D.A., E.W.D.A., Bib M., you T.D. MARK CARRON, Brillo, Pre-med Club, manager of V. and J.V. Basketball team, office aid, bowling, swimming, movies, driving, Jr. Prom Committee, Fords go—V.W.’s don’t. BETH CARTER: transfer, B.C. or M.T., basketball, softball, VP. Student Council, cheerleader, sports, Prom Committee, Yearbook. WILLIAM CASH: Babe Ruth home run hitter. Cycle man . . . “Then Came Cash!” CINDY CHANDLER: class secretary, junior varsity cheering, varsity cheering, co-captain varsity cheerleader, Year¬ book staff, beach, parties, sewing. RICHARD CHASE: Chasie, bowling, cards. BROCK COLLINSWORTH: tripping on nature, profane music, motorcycles, Volunteers of America, smoke, etc. VANESSA CONNOLLY: Bridge Club, Russian Club, co-ed sports, Yearbook staff, 50 Milers Club, Drama Club, Business Club, volleyball. PETER CORBETT: surfing, hacking around, hockey, MH-3, Hillmans. GEORGE COTTEN: waking up, breathing, walking around, saying hello to people, animals, having a smoke, taking in the vibrations (and they’re everything). MARY CURRAN: “you fool”, Business Club, art, journalism, Junior Prom, Senior Banquet Committee, swimming, gym¬ nastics, tennis, sleeping, having fun, a certain someone— G.S. CHERYL CURTIS: Morticia, art, journalism, Jr. Prom, Senior Banquet Committee, parties, bombing around, taking long walks, making colleges, sleeping, drawing, traveling, tennis, but most of all—K.S.N. “I’ll never tell.” JANE DALBY: Business Club, horseback riding, parties, deep thought, walks, swimming, C.B. MELISSA DANIELS: Missy, F.T.A., A.F.S., Sec., of class 3, newspaper staff, Yearbook staff, Girls State, World Re¬ ligion Seminar, Photography Club, A.Y.H., skiing, travel¬ ling, reading, sailing. GREG DAVID: Nothing. HELEN DELANO: Chicago science tripper. All kinds of scholastic acclaim, resident Latin class chef, Plows drive¬ ways. SARAH DELANO: “For in the dew of little things, the heart finds its morning and is refreshed” Ghibran., “Hey Sar”, Bobbie, “do it, do it,” 127 points, and she looks so innocent, Better late than never, . . . Salzburg, or is it Saltsburg? “CONNIE”, Mr. Rabbit, that kills me, A.F.S. newspaper, Yearbook of the Junior O.T.L.B. LILIAN DEMETRI: Art fanatic, Evolution newsmagazine. RONNY DESCHAMPS: Varsity Club, band, orchestra, Var. Basketball mgr., Jr. Prom, Variety Show, waterskiing, winter skiing, swimming, driving, parties. RONALD DURGIN: Basketball manager, Baseball manager, tennis, Varsity Club, “Duke.” ANNE DUTRA: band, orchestra, Cape Cod Music Festival, Bishops Charity Ball, basketball, horseback riding, raising tropical fish. STEVE EDWARDS: track, surfing, swimming, working, Jeeps and trucks, Jr. Prom, X-mas trees sale committee, Pres, youth group, Orleans Federated Church. FRED EGERT: Fed, known for being a deer, Fiats, bikes, cars, driving, Ad Hoc Committee for Peace. BETSEY ERICKSON: field hockey, basketball, softball, water skiing, parties, skating, swimming, sports. BECKY FATES: Cheerleader 3 4. DONNA FELT: Gov, “Spiffy!” Chorus, glee club, Cape Cod Music Festival, working, staying out after eleven, refinish¬ ing furniture, bowling. WILFRED FERREIRA JR.: Dewey, Kathy, bikes, cars. PETER FETTIG: Flash, baseball, track, basketball, soccer, varsity club, junior prom, CYO, walking on the beach at night, eating, sleeping in school, 1 Neal Diamond fan, being happy, curing self insanity, screaming obsenities at basketball games, tennis sneakers, smiling at Donny- pooh. 108 MELISSA FINLAY: chorus, tennis, sailing, embroidering, water, skiing, love, Molasses, skating, swimming, skiing. GLEN FISHER: tennis, yearbook editor, Senior Honor So¬ ciety, fun. LI NDA FLAVIN: bombing around in the Buick, wild escapa¬ des. PEG FULCHER: Fulch, Really?, Drama Club, Business Club, Senior Class Trip Committee, driving V.W.’s, parties, R.E.A., staying away from home, dune buggy races, the sun. DENNIS GILLIS: gymnastics, wrestling, writing, talking. DAVID GILMORE: Garbage Gut, sports, soccer, guitar, surf¬ ing, DeMolay, hockey, football, ping-pong. JAY HAGENBUCKLE: sensuous music, thumping my electric bass, dealing with the devil, Ministry of Bag, the lemon song, Mr. Wizard and the Magic Band. STEVE HALL: Editor-in-chief of Evolution, intramural bas¬ ketball, surfing, golf, President of Mrs. Crawford Fan Club, book binding, harass, art, Jr. Prom, parties. BRIAN HARRIS: J.V. Soccer, Varsity Soccer, J.V. Basketball, J.V. Baseball, Yearbook staff, surfing, bowling, fishing, sports. BILL HAYES: Baseball, soccer, Varsity Club, E.W.D.A., parties, drags, drinking, hunting. BRUCE HICKS: Track, soccer, cross country, winter track, Student Council, Christmas tree sale, Junior Prom, sailing, dancing, nicknames, certain girls, “Hi kids.” JAMES HIGGINS: “-head”, I don’t get it, Junior Prom, fast cars, fast women, drinking, water skiing, general fun. BOB HILFERTY: soccer, track, surfing, scrambling, 350’s, diving, hunting. MARK HOGG: Quadhog, surfing, wine, bikes, scrambling. JEFF HOLBROOK: Junior Prom, Senior Finance Committee. BEV HOWLAND: Beb, Barnebeat, B, Business Club, eating, sleeping, driving, parties, swimming, summer, skating, having a god time, J.W. CANDY JANS: Candy, “Do you want to go to Boston?” “Les, guess what I did this weekend?”, Junior Honor Society, Senior Honor Society, independent study, cheer¬ leader, Drama Club, Photography Club, Yearbook staff, world religion, skiing, swimming, Bocar, ski-dooing, rid¬ ing, “Finest”, travelling, reading, painting, A.Y.H., “P.O.”, flying, the beach. DEBBIE JENNINGS: Deb, “You dummy”, skiing, water skiing, swimming, horseback riding, bowling, basketball, library aid, business club, F.N.A. KATHY JONES: Jonesy, Budweiser, trips to U. of Mass., chorus, band, Jr. Prom, Yearbook, music, sewi ng, swim¬ ming. DEBRA JORDAN: “I get it,” Business Club, working of cars, parties, bowling, walking the beaches, Ellis’ Market, G.T.O., M.G.’s, Triumphs, cranberry juice and vodka, V.O. and coke, Rista, F.L.Q., racing the Corvair on back roads, and of course, BYRON. MICHELE JOSEPH: Shelly, F.N.A., field hockey, majorettes, orchestra, chorus, glee club, Cape Cod Music Festival, New England Music Festival, Yearbook staff, sewing, reading, listening to Rod McKuen, Rainbow, piano and organ, walking the beach. ROSAMUND LADNER: drama, Yearbook photographer, ‘Evolutions’ inspiration. DAVID LANGLAIS: variety show, wearing out the music room, music, writing, good times, surfing, light wine, smoking, meeting open minded heads, avoiding the other. JUNE LAPOSKY: Chune, “sure”, having fun, parties, drink¬ ing, A.H.C., sleeping, Business Club, Junior Prom. ROBERT LARSEN: Gini, generally giving people a hard time. MARSHA LATHAM: field hockey, basketball, softball, band, orchestra, surfing, volleyball, swimming, M.H.R. MICHELE LAVALLEE: Namashell, “Flea Gang”, Future Nurses, Business Club, horseback riding, skipping class, parties, boys, grooving in the sun. ERNEST LE BLANC: Grizzly, Reb, Southern Gent, track, card games, dice, going to school, parties, snowball fights, sports, water skiing, working on cars, fishing, going out, girls, boozing it up. VAL LEMOINE: the girls from Watson’s, hanging around with Doug M. DAWN LEONARD: Harvey, “Ya, you got a case!” trying to better my guitar playing 24 hrs. a day just keeping the matron on her toes. SHARLENE LIBERTY: Shar, alias “Crash”, “You’re going to get it, J.B.”, Busines Club, Junior Prom Decorating Committee, J.A.B., ice skating, swimming, beautician. DAVID LINDSTROM: intramural basketball, A-V aid, fishing, slot car racing. JEAN LOHAN: “forget it,” “be real,” Student Council, Sec. of Student Council, Yearbook, F.T.A., skiing, sewing, beach, D.W.N.H RICK MULHOLLAND: Mush, j.v. soccer, J.V. Basketball, J.V. Baseball, Var. Basketball Yearbook staff, journalism, Boy ' s State, driving, girls, sports, and working. DENNIS MURPHY: brought glory to Nauset at the drags. E.W.D.A. “Murph”. SHAUN MURPHY: Murph, drinking, parties, drinking, drags, drinking, E.W.D.A., drinking, trouble. DAUD NASSERY: Nauset’s A.F.S. student. He’d walk a mile for a Camel. Soccer, getting used to the “yankees.” Insulting kinky-hairs without knowing it. Ruining tape machines and generally being a very smart person. DAVID NEWELL: Dave, J.V. baseball, J.V. basketball, crew, wrestling, co-editor of Evolution, Yearbook staff, Student Council, debating team, surfing, skiing, J.E.L. NICHEL NICHOLS: Missy, sewing, knitting, cooking, read¬ ing, Junior Prom, F.T.A. field hockey, basketball, softball, Yearbook. AUDREY NICKERSON: Aud, field hockey, Basketball, Soft- ball, Varsity Club, Girl’s State, Junior Prom, Yearbook, P.E.B., riding, Rainbow, sports. RANDY NICKERSON: Ranny, Hemmy Jiggins, skating, bowl¬ ing, dancing, working on cars, parties, ginger, racing on back roads, sewing, coloring my hair, painting cars, getting in accidents, marriage, “don’t get uptight.” ROBERT O’BRIEN: O’B, J.V. soccer, J.V. Basketball, Var. Soccer, Var. Basketball, Track, Varsity Club, Class Presi¬ dent-2, Student Council, Treasurer of Student Council-4, Junior Prom, sports. 109 VINCENT OLLIVER: Vince, “raises ducks”, A-V, Drama Club, Yearbook, Student Council, President of Student Council, Pre-Med, Science Club, chorus, track, F.T.A. HAROLD OLSON: Hengshaw, soccer, basketball, golf, Var¬ sity Club. JOSEPH PACINO: Puterino, skiing, traveling, drinking (H20). DAN PARKINGTON: nwMUSICmb, (Mr. Wizard and the Magic Band.). DAVID PARKINGTON: playing guitar, writing my own songs. GARY PEASE: the two-toned Jeep. A P boy. • STEVE PENO: Wang, surfing, skiing, soccer, basketball, track, cross-country. DEBBIE PETERSON: Debbie, Pete, working as nurses aid, F.N.A., vice-president, glee club, sewing, cooking, fre¬ quent trips to Saugus, R.P.L. ARNA PICKARD: Arnie, F.N.A., Sec. of F.N.A. 2, pres.-4, A.F.S., sec. 3 4, Junior Honor Society, J.V. Basketball, Independent Study, Yearbook staff, Junior Prom, Class Secretary, horseback riding, sewing, hacking around, and counting fruit flies. STEVE PIERCE: Steve, band, orchestra, music, drums, art, hunting, fishing, sailing, photography, elementary teacher. LINDA PUTNAM: Put, Yearbook, F.T.A., skiing, working at S S, going to Conn., absent on Mondays. CLAYTON REYNARD: Dun-Dum, Wake up Reynard, baseball, soccer, basketball, Varsity Club, cross country. Clutch shooter. LINDA ROCKWELL: “You’re kidding,’ late beach parties, listening to the radio, having fun, sewing and cooking. CHRIS ROGERS: L.R.S., L.R.S. RANDY RICHTER: Randy, bike riding, playing records. Yearbook staff, Senior Clean-up Committee, stamps, travelling, photography, women chaser, eating Certs, bad jokes. KAREN ROZA: F.N.A., walking, drive-in movies, leaving home, eating. DEBBIE SALLEE: Deb, Kid, “Oh, Wow!” parties, the “flea gang,” screeching, walking the beach, frequent trips to Wellfleet, one guy in particular, swimming, driving, the sun, glee club, F.N.A., Yearbook staff, Business Club, President of the Business Club, newspaper staff, sec. to newspaper, Junior Prom, Senior Trip Committee, office aid, private sec. to P.T.C., horseback riding, Italian food, bubble gum. DENISE SAULNIER: Dee, “Toodles”, parties, skating, tennis, spying, soaking up the sun, Business Club, sec. 3 4, F.N.A., library aid. SANDY SANDERS: F.N.A., Resident Party Goer. LESLIE SHOVELIER: “Just think how dull it could be”, Junior Prom, journalism, feature editor of Evolution, drama, plays, Yearbook staff, art, Zach, riding, skipping school, D.B.M., dancing, sleeping, eating, jokes, college. DALE SIPPLE: “Please get some ads”, “We need more money” “Excuse me”, “Yoo guys are so cute,” “It’s natural”, F.T.A.-1,2,3, Class Secretary-3, Student Coun¬ cil-3, Library Aid-1, Yearbook-3, Business Editor of Year¬ book-4, Rainbow, diets, dancing, singing off tune, talking, driving, reading, writing poetry, summer, skating, swim¬ ming, hiking, little kids, traveling, laughing, dreaming. GALE SNIDER: J.V. Cheerleading-2,3, Junior Prom Com¬ mittee, surfing, swimming, skiing, skating, G.A.F. LEONARD SPARROW: Washington with FIVE dollars, tear¬ ing-up class meetings. PAMELA SPARROW: Student Council-3,4, Yearbook-3,4, Varsity Cheerleading-2,3,4, Co-Captain Cheerleading J.V. Cheerleading-1, Varsity Club-3,4, Jr. Prom-3, F.T.A.-1,2, “Pam”, “Byrd”, skiing, partying, Volkswagons, F.H.K., going to the beach, driving, eating in Home-Ec, Finast. ROBERT SPEAR: Banquet Committee, Best parties, Old girls, VW’s. JAMES STURTEVANT: the Jolly Green Giant. DONALD TABER: Pre-med Club, J.V. Baseball, hockey, water-skiing, cars, B.H.R.A., DON. BRUCE TAYLOR: WEASEL, Soccer-1,2,3,4, J.V. Basketball- 1,2, Varsity Basketball-3,4, Student Council 1,2,3,4, Junior Class President, Varsity Club-2,3,4, E.W.D.A., Junior Prom, Pre-med Club, Yearbook Staff, swimming, going to parties. CONNIE TERHUNE: A.F.S.-3.4, Yearbook-3,4, 144 points, 96 positions, C. Bathroom Terhune, Geno, Eddy Arnold, art, love; unlimited, th saddle shoe kid, “Wallace in 72,” “super-duper . . .” “She did it and she’s a girl”, LOX, “Save water, shower with a friend,” “stuhadagatz,” “Oh, I am so hungary.” EDWARD TESSON: ED, Bard, sailing, sue, hunting. LESLEY TILGA: Yearbook-3,4, A.F.S.-3,4 118 points, Lez, Ft. Lauderdale Scene, Africa in ’71, Lesley are you in there AGAIN?, Jr. O.T.L.B. member, Paris et Geoff, “The Clod”, “Leave it to Kevin,” “He’s about as sexy as a horse,” “Do I get an extra point for that?” “Lurch,” Vas ver lieben so laden, “Get your Kangaroo feet out of my shoes” . . . ROBERT TROTTER: “Trot”, Soccer-2, Baseball-3,4, Evolu- tion-4, golf, baseball, basketball, saving, money. JUDY VANDERMAY: Chorus-1,2,3,4, Yearbook-2,4, N.E.M.F. 1,3,4, H.A.-4, G.E.W., Bud, Rafaeli, Ray, On the floor be¬ tween the couch and table, Schnetzll the Wino, Jud, 114 points, “Hey Jude,” The Pillow, “Wanna buy a walnutto?’ “Let’s go to Wethersfield,” “He’s so slow,” AIR MALE, Javalola, Atlanta, The rates go up at the first of the month . . . Bagels. MICHAEL WALWER: “Mike”, C.Y.O., sports, boating, fishing, driving, going to parties, Band-1,2,3,4, Orchestra-4, Pre- med Club-4, Chess Club-1,2, Junior Prom, J.V. Baseball and Basketball. NORMA WATTS: Sings and plays guitar, and talks quite a bit. F.N.A., Chorus, Business Club, Oh Man!!! ANNE WELCH: Chorus-1,2,3, Madrigals-3, Vice-President-1, Treasurer-2, Drama-1, Art-1,2, Eloqution-3, Student Li¬ brarian-2, “You win some, you lose some. CHIP WHELAN: ART-1,4. DEBBIE WILSON: Yearbook-3,4, Photography Club-4, A.F.S.- 3, Drama-4, A.Y.H., skiing, stray animals, riding horses, tennis, swimming, collecting souvineers, exploring, flying, hiccuping. GALE BENGSTON: Chorus-1,2,3,4, Glee Club-1,2,3,4, Class Treasurer-4, F.T.A.-2, “Ralph”, singing, sewing, rapping. Sorry we forgot you, Gale!!! 110 KAREN BOLTON D.A.R. GOOD CITIZEN AUDREY NICKERSON MISSY DANIELS GIRLS ' STATE REPRESENTATIVES supeR semoRs BOYS ' STATE REPRESENTATIVES MIKEWALWER RICK MULHOLLAND ERNIE BUTILIER in Ian6 of the ris A most memorable night for all who at- ■ tended; Land of the ' Rising Sun will never ! quite be matched dur¬ ing our lives. Special recognition goes to chairman Kathy Jones, the ! pretty girl receiving 1 the kiss above, for all her time and energy. Our queen, Pam Sparrow, and her court; Cheryl Curtis, Candy Jans, Denise Saulnier and Gale Snider, presided over the assembly. The first dance of Pam ' s reign was with Frank Kilorin, her escort. inq sun Awards were presented to: Leslie Tilga, English; Helen Delano, Math; Jean Lohan, Latin; Roddy Ladner, French; Peter Brown, Social Studies; Arna Pickard, Science; Vanessa Connolly, Business; Debra Peter¬ son, Home Economics; Candy Jans, Art; Howard Adao, In¬ dustrial Arts; Mary Curran, awards i 114 ■ assemBLy Physical Education; Vincent Ollivier, Dramatics; Stephen Hall, Journalism; Daniel Park- ington. Instrumental Music; Judy Vandermay, Vocal Music; Ernest Butilier, Bremner Cup; Audrey Nickerson, Bruce Hicks, Gurney Award; Karen Bolton, Mark Carron, D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award. 115 116 117 c Individuals Most Talkative 118 Best Dressed Most Argumentative Shyest Class Clowns eveRyone joined effoRts 122 j to make us happy .. . 123 QRa6uation !! N I b Residential Appraising Business JOSEPH A. HERTIG Building Land REALTOR Mortgages LAND CONSULTANT JOSEPH A. HERTIG Route 28 255-3001 Orleans, Cape Cod LANDSCAPING, CONSTRUCTION And DESIGN . R. WHITING AND SON Eastham, Mass. 126 WILL NAUSET LOBSTER POOL Wholesale FISH Retail Route 6A Orleans, Mass. 02653 COMPLIMENTS OF ALLARD NURSERIES E. BREWSTER, MASS. 255-0702 Complete line of plants and garden supplies Class Will I Bonnie Adams leave. I Deborah Adams leave. I Howard Adao leave with the ability to be me. I Mike Allard leave Mr. Bechar all the brandy and honey in the world so that he may live in good health. I Irene Arriola leave with guitar in hand for the beach to walk, talk, live! Peace! I Arthur Bacon Jr., leave Mr. O ' Brien an alum¬ inum snowshovel to make sure that next year ' s PSSC Physic ' s class is fed prop¬ erly. I Harriet Baker leave. I Lynn Baker leave. I Sue Barnard leave the aroma of the H.E. room to tantalize next year ' s seniors. I Barbara Bayerle leave with Ernie. I Richmond Bell leave; looking for the great society. I Gail Bengston leave my scholastic points to my sister Sandy. I Mar¬ garet Bennett leave. I Paul Bohannon leave my size twelve soccer shoes to any¬ one that they may fit. I Karen Bolton leave good¬ will to those interested in the betterment of man¬ kind and the search for lasting peace. I Peter Brady leave all of my elec¬ tronic ability to Mr. Stan Smith. I Peter Brown leave third period German class before I fall asleep. I Mitchell Burke leave the muscle in my wrist to next year ' s drunk. I Rebecca Burrill leave. I Ernie Butilier leave all my fe¬ male companions to my brother Rob. Good luck little brother. I Mark Carron leave my morning coffee to Mrs. Ringer. I Beth Carter leave five EAST ORLEANS BOAT YARD INC. CHARLES M. CAMPBELL AND FRANK L. CAMPBELL COMPLIMENTS OF HOPKINS CLEANERS 127 COMPLIMENTS OF MAYO ' S FARM KITCHEN East Orleans, Mass. BEST OF LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1970 DON ' S AUTO BODY Route 6A Orleans, Mass. well-mannered business classes to Miss Martin. I Bill Cash leave my empty beer cans from the parties in Eastham to Jon Dona¬ hue. I Cindy Chandler leave Mr. Wilkinson his long-lost birthday cake. I Richard A. Chase leave. I Richard R. Chase leave Nauset Regional High School. I Brock Collins- worth Bobisink leave with everything I ' ve acquired here, absolutely nothing. I Vanessa Connolly leave, with Glenn. I Peter Cor¬ bett leave Mr. Bechar a can of acrylic mustache wax. I George Cotten leave. I Mary Curran leave the great gym class for my cousin to break her neck in. I Cheryl Curtis leave the glorious study of Biology to Mrs. Roche and films on “Disease " to Mr. O ' Brien, in hopes that they never have another “weak-stomached " person in class. I Jane Dalby leave a life time solution kit and thanks to Miss Robertson. I Melissa Daniejs leave my freckles to Jamie Rice. I Greg David leave my books behind for the Mor¬ gan Memorial. I Helen De¬ lano leave in persistant pursuit of happiness. I Sarah Delano leave my shyness to Peter Burling. I Lillian Demetri leave my mother ' s maroon 1965 Chrysler to my little brother Tom Jones (Mike). I Ronny Deschamps leave my first aid kit and baby¬ sitting job to Bruce Hun¬ ter. Have fun Bruce. I Ronny Durgin leave my nickname of DUBA to its most needing giver Mr. Ronald Spinney. I Anne Dutra leave all the wrong VILLAGE GENERAL STORE NORTH EASTHAM NEXT TO NEW POST OFFICE OPEN YEAR ROUND! groceries candy frozen foods dairy products greeting cards film magazines drug sundries CONGRATULATIONS FROM BACKUS AND SOULE JEWELERS INC. Orleans, Mass. 128 COMPLIMENTS OF WELLFLEET MARINE CORP. Town Pier Wellfleet, Mass. ROGERS ' LIQUOR LOCKER AND PILGRIM ACRES COTTAGES H.H.Snow£. Sons, Inc. Since 1807 Main St. Orleans 255-0158 notes I played in band to Mr. Bortnick, so that he doesn ' t have to hear them again. I Steve Edwards leave my superior A.V. ability to Mr. Bruce to divide equally among next year ' s crew. I Fred Egert leave my Fiat to Mr. Kali- nick in hopes it bites him. I Betsy Erickson leave the gutter to Kathy Berger and Vicki King. I Becky Fates leave. I Donna Felt leave with Mike and eventually will end up at the altar. I Billy Ferreira leave. I Peter Fettig leave my uncompli¬ cated relaxing ability to sleep in school to next year ' s European History and Physics classes; and my tennis sneakers to Billy Edwards, so that he will have something on his feet while playing goalie. I Melissa Finlay leave my boyfrien d ' s secretary. I Glenn Fisher leave my head of hair to Mr. Spin¬ ney. I Ellen Fitzgerald, LEAVE! I Linda Flavin leave never to come back. I Peggy Fulcher leave. I Dennis Gillis leave Mr. Kalinick one bottle of tranquilizers and four six packs for the last day of school. I David Gilmore leave. I Jay Hagenbuckle leave my tormented soul to forever haunt Mrs. Crawford. I Steve Hall leave Mrs. Berrio one bottle of TRAN- COMPLIMENTS OF THE HOLTS GREEN HAVEN COTTAGES Wellfleet, Mass. QUILIZERS, six mis¬ spelled words, one waxer, and a ravishing wig. I Brian Harris leave one million empty soda cans to the yearbook room to help Ricky finish off the pile. I Bill Hayes leave the matron my feelings for her in a quart bottle of So. Wellfleet 349-2150 129 Schlitz. I Bruce Hicks leave a box of band-aids to FATAL FINGER and the ORLEANS FURNITURE STORE ON MAIN STREET ORLEANS CAPE COD MASS. 02653 TELEPHONE 255-2554 COMPLIMENTS OF sixth period art class. I Jimmy Higgins leave. I Bob Hilferty leave my ability to walk past miss Martin ' s room without stopping to stare at her to Roger Hamilton. I Mark Hogg leave and split to California and Australia. I Jeff Holbrook leave my understanding of mathe¬ matics to my sister Diane; whether she accepts it or not is up to her. I Bev Howland leave my grey BEST WISHES FROM JAMES S. TAYLOR TRUCKING 349-2631 WELLFLEET, MASS. COMPLIMENTS OF SHELDON N. BRIER ELECTRICIAN So. Orleans, Mass. IRELAND ' S REAL ESTATE Orleans, Mass. 130 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1970 COVE MOTEL Orleans, Mass. COLONIAL CANDLE CO. INC. GIFT SHOP AND FACTORY 9 a.m. — 5 p.m. West Main St. Wellfleet, Mass. bomber to whoever wants it. I Candy Jans leave my old paint brushes to Mr. Owens. I Debbie Jennings leave all my brilliance to Mr. Hutchings. I Kathy Jones leave for the Co-ed dorms at U-Mass. I Debbie Jordan leave with Randy in her souped up, fire spittin ' , E.T. eating, over powered Corvair. I Michele Joseph leave my Dean Jr. College P.E. major sweat¬ shirt, my plaid shorts, and red socks to next year ' s unprepared gym class. ’I Rosamond Ladner leave Nauset with the hope that our generation will learn to truly live their own vision. I David R. Langlais leave my openmindedness to Mr. Collins and anyone else who may need it. I June Laposky leave my great ability to type to Miss Richardson. I Robert Larsen leave for a better life. I Marsha Latham leave. I Michele Lavallee leave my ability to do book-keeping to Miss Richardson. I Ernest LeBlanc (Grizzely) leave my large confederate flag raised high on the school flagpole. I Valerie Lemoine leave. I Dawn Leonard leave Miss Robertson rememberences of my first day in typing class and all of my mis¬ takes with the HUNT, PICK, and CUSS method. I Sharlene Liberty leave my ability to stay slim to Mr. Hutchings. I David Lindstrom leave one soup spoon to Mr. O ' Brien. I Jean Lohan leave Dr. Brooks my talkitiveness. I Doug MacGregor leave for greener grass and the pot at the end of the rainbow. NICOLI ' S PACKETT LANDING INN MOTEL RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGE E. Orleans Phone: 255-1550 CONGRATULATIONS ORLEANS PHARMACY 131 I BEST WISHES FROM WELLFLEET REAL ESTATE Wellfleet, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF OUTER CAPE REAL ESTATE COMPLIMENTS OF KEAR ' S SNACK BAR So. Wellfleet, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF DENISE ANN BAKE SHOPPE Main St. Orleans, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF COBIES East Brewster, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF HALF HALF FARM New Boston, New Hampshire Thomas Mohan—proprietor 132 THE EVENTIDE HOUSEKEEPING COTTAGES COMPLIMENTS OF SIMON ATWOOD ' S Wellfleet, Mass. NAUSET W ORKSHOP INC. Orleans, Mass. BEST WISHES FROM HOLIDAY HOUSE Wellfleet, Mass. I Rick Mulholland leave my pad of paper and my pencil to Mrs. Berrio ' s future journalism classes. I Dennis Murphy leave my Irish personality to Andrew Kalinick. I Shawn Murphy leave. I Duad Nassery leave the names HA-HA and BO-BO to Audrey and Paul. I David Newell leave part of my unbelievable surfing ability to Roger Hamilton and memories of COMEDY IN CHEMISTRY to Mr. Chamberlain. I Michele Nichols leave my great note-taking ability to Mr. O ' Brien, as he is in des¬ perate need of it. I Audrey Nickerson leave my high- pitched laugh to Jo-Ann Gage so that she may be heard. I Randy Nickerson leave wondering how come??? I Kathy Novotny leave Mrs. Emerson my fur-trimmed coat. I Robert O ' Brien leave my hockey skates to Mr. Miller. I Vin¬ cent Ollivier leave the Nauset Regional Senior Student Council in the hands of next year ' s capable baby-sitter. I Harold Olson leave the name SURGE and my silver spoon to Mr. O ' Brien. I Joe Pacino leave Danny Bechar a pair of healthy Jordanian slave girls. I Daniel Parkington leave. I David Parkington leave Mr. Kalinick my broken guitar strings and my desert boots to Danny since he stole them any¬ way. I Gary Pease leave with all my knowledge about what to do with boats. I Steve Peno leave my skiis to Mr. Miller hop¬ ing that he gets more use out of them than I did. I COMPLIMENTS OF GIGI ' S SHOE REPAIR Cove Rd. Orleans, Mass. BREWSTER COFFEE SHOP Brewster, Mass. Wellfleet 349-2569 LAYMON W. CLARK BUILDER P.O. Box 131 Cross Street Wellfleet, Mass. 02667 COMPLIMENTS OF NELSON ' S BARBER SHOP Orleans, Mass. 133 COMPLIMENTS OF PEGGY ' S YARN SHOP Wellfleet, Mass. CHEQUESSETT VILLAGE REAL ESTATE Sales—Summer Rentals—Rentals Wellfleet—Cape Cod, Mass. 02667 Tel. 349-3411 COMPLIMENTS OF CAPE COD REALTY Wellfleet, Mass. THE LEMON TREE POTTERY Rte. 6A, Brewster, Mass. ii , i , |; ( GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS t , OF 1970 WELLFLEET PACKAGE STORE Wellfleet, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF PEPPER HOUSE ANTIQUES Brewster, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF WELLFLEET CENTER Wellfleet, Mass. COMPLIMENTS FROM WELLFLEET GENERAL STORE BLACK DUCK SPORTS SHOP Wellfleet, Mass. 134 HUNTLEY ' S GULF Rte. 6 Wellfleet, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF DUNNE ' S DUNE ROCK SHOP Wellfleet, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF WENTWORTH ACRES Eastham, Mass. Debbie Peterson leave Doc Brooks, the great white buzzard, picking his apples from the schools corridors. I Arna Pickard leave my crutches to Doc Brooks. I Steve Pierce leave, faster than a speeding bullet! I Linda Putnam leave for Conn, and leave behind my immeasurable and un¬ coordinated gymnastic ability to Mary Coombs and Kathy Richards. I Clayton Reynard leave bounding for bigger and better basketball courts. I Randy Richter leave a case of beer, some dirty jokes, and a photograph of me lifting my weights. I Linda Rockwell leave smiling for once. I Chris Rodgers Leave for Huntley ' s Gulf Station. I Karen Roza leave my ability to write 1,000 word compositions in one hour to Mr. Gray. I Debbie Sallee leave Major Feeney to keep her quiet office in perfect order. I Sandy Sanders leave in hopes of cooking my way to fame and fortune. I Denise Saulnier leave all my problems to the guid¬ ance counselor. I Leslie Shovelier leave hoping that everyone now believes that CONGRATULATIONS FROM KEN ' S PAINTING KENNETH JENNINGS Skaket Road, Orleans, Mass. BEST WISHES FROM BAYBERRY BOOK AND TOY SHOP Main Street, Orleans COMPLIMENTS OF CAPE COD NATIONAL SEASHORE EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION So. Wellfleet, Mass. I AM NOT A SOPHO- COMPLIMENTS OF OCEAN REEF GIFT SHOP gifts, souvenirs, seashells jellies, taffy, fudge MORE. I Dale Sipple leave to next year ' s business editor and Mr. Gray all my worries about the money. I Gale Snider leave in my red truck for good. I Leonard Sparrow leave an elf or two to haunt these corridors; the good of heart need not fear them. I Pam Sparrow leave one homemade french fry to Mr. Bechar. I Robert Spear leave all my Freudian undertones to Mrs. Emer- COMPLIMENTS OF AESOP ' S TABLES Wellfleet, Mass. 135 COMPLIMENTS OF CHEESE CORNER Orleans, Mass. CONGRATULATIONS FROM GEORGE “DICK " JENNINGS INTERIOR-EXTERIOR PAINTING Orleans, Mass. 255-3618 COMPLIMENTS OF BILLINGSGATE MOTEL Mayo Beach Rd. Wellfleet, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF BETTY ' S BEAUTY SALON Wellfleet, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF MR. MRS. HENRY CARLSON Wellfleet, Mass. son ' s next year ' s Sociology class. I James Sturtevant leave. I Donald Tabor leave Mrs. Berrio my long lost English book as soon as I find it. I Bruce Taylor leave my nickname Weasel to anyone who thinks that he can weasel out of it. Good luck because weasel one hasn ' t been able to. I Connie Terhune leave for Alabama in search of my pal and friend of the people, George Wallace. I Ed Tesson leave this school my truck because they both have something in common. I Lesley Tilga leave G.J.W. to Santa Claus. I Robert Trotter leave Mr. Cochran an old shoelace so that he can use it for future Geometry classes. I Judy Vandermay leave my jar of David Copperfield ashes to Mr. Morse. I Mike Walwer leave one very large, stuffed, white, furious buzzard to DOC Brooks and my ability to harass him to Steve Koehler. I Norma Watts Leave!! I Anne Welch leave my name to anyone who has a part in grape juice, junior mints, or the John Brich Society. I Debbie Wilson leave my hiccups to Mr. Cham berlain. I Chip Whelan leave!!!! GOOD LUCK TO CLASS OF 1970 GOULD REAL ESTATE Orleans, Mass. BOAT SQUARE RENTALS, SCORPIONS FISHING BOATS, SKI BOATS Wellfleet, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF DAVID H. BESSOM ' S COUNTRY STORE East Orleans, Mass. 136 Jl libb iVloye ib’ S ' lcwek (fisUeanb, Jl tabb. FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS GREENHOUSE — GARDEN SHOP ROUTE 6A 255-0884 BEST WISHES DORA ' S BEAUTY SHOP Wellfleet, Mass. BEST WISHES MAYO BEACH COFFEE SHOP and BOOK STORE Kendrick Ave. Wellfleet, Mass. Mike Carol Parlante, Proprietor COMPLIMENTS OF CORA ' S HOMEMADE JAMS JELLIES Route 6 Wellfleet COMPLIMENTS OF MURRAY ' S PHARMACY Wellfleet, Mass. 137 NAUSET MARKET, INC Corner Rt. 6 Nauset R ±, No. Eastham FRESH CHOICE MEATS HAMBURG GROUND WHILE YOU WAIT! SINCLAIR GAS—CREDIT CARDS HONORED GROCERIES, BEER WINE, DELIVERIES ON ORDERS OF $8.00 OR MORE THROUGH WINTER. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK! “ONE STOP SHOPPING” TEL. 255-2141 Eastham, Mass. Rt COMPLIMENTS OF LUMBERTOWN COMMERCIAL STREET 349-3723 Wellfleet, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF GOVERNOR PRENCE MOTOR LODGE Orleans, COMPLIMENTS OF Mass. PURITAN CLOTHING COMPANY Orleans Shopping Plaza, Orleans, Mass. Wellfleet, COMPLIMENTS WELLFLEET SAVINGS BANK COMPLIMENTS Mass. OF WATSON ' S Orleans, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF WELLFLEET DRIVE-IN THEATRE AND PATIO RESTAURANT Spring Brook Center, Inc. Wellfleet, Mass. COMPLIMENTS CAPE COD SEA CAMPS EAST BREWSTER, MASS. WONO GIRLS MONOMOY BOYS COMPLIMENTS OF THE DOWNS ' INSURANCE AGENCY INC. Wellfleet, Mass. BEST WISHES FROM NAUSET REAL ESTATE Main Street, Orleans, Mass. BEST WISHES TO CLASS OF 1970 From PAINE’S GARAGE Wellfleet, Mass. CONGRATULATIONS FROM NICKERSON LUMBER COMPANY Orleans, Mass. 144 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1970 WESTERN AUTO ASSOC. STORE ORLEANS ESSO Orleans, Mass. Route 6A Orleans, Mass. 02653 Robley E. Fulcher, Jr. Phone: 255-0999 COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF HELEN ' S RESTAURANT MANUEL THOMAS GENERAL j Orleans, Mass. CONTRACTOR Wellfleet, Mass. CAPE COD PHOTOS COMPLIMENTS OF NEW ENGLAND DECONESS HOSPITAL ART STUFF NEW ENGLAND SCHOOL OF NURSING PHOTO STUFF Boston, Mass. Three year diploma—offering 28 college Orleans, Mass. credits Affiliated with Northeastern University COMPLIMENTS BEST OF LUCK TO CLASS OF OF 1970 MUSICTRONICS ROBINSON ' S 5 ?-10 ? and $1.00 Route 6A Route 6A, Orleans, Mass. Orleans, Mass. 145 COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF GOOSE HUMMOCK MURRAY ' S FABRICS Orleans, Mass. Orleans, Mass. COMPLIMENTS CONGRATULATIONS TO OF THE CLASS OF 1970 HENRY T. CROCKER LIVINGSTON ' S INSURANCE AGENCY PHARMACY INC. Orleans, Mass. Orleans, Mass. 146 COMPLIMENTS OF ORLEANS BOWLING CENTER 6A, Orleans, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF BEST WISHES CENTRAL GARAGE ALA AAA Orleans, Mass. Phone 255-0118 Herbert F. Wilcox, Proprietor Orleans, Massachusetts COMPLIMENTS OF NELSON B. FIELD BUILDER ORLEANS ATLANTIC Rick Edwards—Proprietor COMPLIMENTS OF NAUSET WORKSHOP KATHARINE B. HALL Orleans, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF PHIL ' S BARBER SHOP THE INTERNATIONAL SHOP Orleans on cape cod Tel. 255-0077 w£ihop RENTALS REPAIRS ACCESSORIES HANSEN HARBOUR CON MOREY-POPE O’Neill Kanvas by Katin Route 6, No. Eastham, Mass. 02651 COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF THE SANDPIPER “A FAMILY RESTAURANT” ORLEANS INN MR. KEN ' S BARBER SHOP 8-5:30 closed Monday Specialize in shear work Front of Stop Shop, Orleans COMPLIMENTS OF ARMY AND NAVY STORE Route 6A, Orleans, Mass. 148 Compliments of Nauset Coaching Staff 149 WITH WHISPERING PINES BEST WISHES SERVICE CENTER TOWN Mobil Products OF Eastham, Cape Cod EASTHAM Phone 255-0800 BEST OF LUCK TO THE COMPLIMENTS CLASS OF 1970 FROM THE OF ROUTE 6 MOTOR INN HILLSIDE RESTAURANT Eastham, Mass. LEWIS ERNEST BENN INNKEEPERS Eastham, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF HY-PORT INN Hyannisport, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF EASTHAM VETERINARY HOSPITAL Eastham, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF WARRENTON A. WILLIAMS COMPLIMENTS OF TOWN CRIER MOTEL Eastham, Mass. 4 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1970 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Eastham, Mass. BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1970 PETERS REAL ESTATE Route 6, No. Eastham, Mass. THERE WILL BE NO BEANS IN THE ALMOST PERFECT STATE: ARCHIE 151 PATRONS Miss Alice Joseph Rev. Allan Nagle SS. CC. Mrs. Helen Dutra Mr. Charles Schuster, Jr. Mr. Mrs. Gordon Dutra Mr. Mrs. Frank Hutchings Mr. Mrs. John E. Wood Mr. Mrs. Arthur Allard Mr. Mrs. R. J. VanderMay, Jr. Mr. Mrs. Paul Therion Anonymous Anonymous Mr. Mrs. Jack Higgins Mr. Mrs. Forrest Snider Miss Bridgette Snider Mrs. Adeline Brewer Mr. Raymound Westergaard Mr. John T. Pugsley Mr. Mrs. Bruce Betty Mr. Mrs. Marc Norgeot Mr. Mrs. O’Brien Mr. Mrs. Cochran Mr. Mrs. Roy E. Jones, Jr. Miss Kathy Jones Robert Pflock Mr. Mrs. Ernie Pflock John O. Arpiro Mr. Ray E. Jones Harold L. Studham Mr. Mrs. David Gates Mr. Mrs. John Gray Mr. Mrs. Campbell Mr. Mrs. William Hall Mr. Mrs. Donald Bengston Miss Lori Newcomb Mrs. Elizabeth Erickson Mr. Mrs. Peter T. Gregg Mr. Mrs. Arthur C. Nickerson Mr. Mrs. Warren Dyer Chris Luhmann Mrs. Ringer Mrs. Feeney Mrs. Phyllis Baker Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Anderson Mr. Mrs. David Laning Mr. Mrs. Richard Mulholland Mr. Mrs. Howard Brewer Mr. Mrs. Fred D. Avellar Mr. Mrs. Neil Bowker Mr. Mrs. Robert Crowell Paul E. Nichols ABE-2 Mr. Mrs. James E. Nichols Mrs. Edith Daniels Andrew Arpiro Mrs. Katherine Normandin Estelle Gillespie Mr. Mrs. William A. Sipple Mr. Mrs. Walter Tilga Mr. Mrs. William R. Spear, Jr. Mr. Mrs. Robert E. Chandler Mr. Barnard Scott Barnard Mrs. Barnard Mr. Mrs. Richard Greenman Mrs. Margar Erickson Mr. Mrs. Robert W. Alsup Mr. Mrs. Leon M. Bowden Mr. Geuino Contonio Mrs. Sally J. Dube Mr. Roger J. Dube Mr. Mrs. P. Lavoie David Lavoie Rodney Lavoie Robert Lavoie Mr. Mrs. K. W. Peterson Mr. Mrs. J. Fahey Mr. Mrs. William Bayerle Billy Bayerle Mr. Daniel Bechar Miss Jean Robertson Jean Emerson Mr. Mrs. David Luhmann Mr. Mrs. Campbell Mr. Mrs. William Olson Mrs. James Jackson Mr. Mrs. Arthur F. Bacon, Jr. Miss Dorothy Gates Mr. Mrs. Harold Knowles Mr. Mrs. Donald Walwer Mrs. A. T. Lohan Maureen Lohan Alexander Hammett Mr. E. A. LeBlanc, Sr. Mrs. E. A. LeBlanc Mr. E. A. LeBlanc Mrs. Elvira Pecquet Miss Driscoll 152 PATRONS Miss Fairies Mr. Sandbiom Priscilla N. Mounce Mr. Mrs. Charles A. Valli Mr. Mrs. Fredric L. Murray Howard Snow Mr. Mrs. William R. Spear, III Mr. Mrs. Joshua Nickerson Rev. Stanley Ellis Mr. Mrs. E. Hilldreth Putnam Mr. Mrs. T. Hicks Mr. Mrs. Rogert Wilkinson Mr. Mrs. Thomas Egan Mrs. Brabara Fegan Mr. Mrs. William Moore Judy Hayes Mr. Mrs. William Shovelier, Jr. Mr. Mrs. Ted Wood (the optimist) Mr. Mrs. Floyd Pickard, Jr. Mr. L. O. Schuster Mr. Mrs. Edwin Hill Mr. Joseph Burgess Mrs. Loyd Pickard, Sr. Mrs. Joyce Roche Mrs. Paul Martin Mr. Mrs. Gordon Harris Mr. Mrs. Eric W. Fisher Miss Julia Sullivan Miss Janice Fisher Mr. Paul Peterson Anonymous Mr. Mrs. Charles Darling Mrs. Harry F. Childs Mrs. Francis Benson Mr. Mrs. Marston E. Daley Mr. Mrs. Malcolm Woodland Mr. Mrs. David Gilmore Sophie Campbell Cathleen McKay Mr. Eldridge Sparrow Mr. Mrs. Wynn Deschamps Miss Lillian Edwards Special thanks to: Jean Novotny Mr. Mrs. Frank Ladner Mr. Mrs. Henry Kelly III Mr. Mrs. Steven Douglas Mr. McCaskie Dr. Gessford Mrs. Lawrence Baker Mr. Mrs. Lawrence A. Baker Nan Kawless Mrs. E. H. Foy Steven Daniels Jane B. Clapp James Chauses Mr. Mrs. Leo E. Langlais Bernie M. Francis Mr. Mrs. F. Smith Mr. Mrs. George Bohannon Mr. Mrs. John Pate Mr. Mrs. R. Y. VanderMay Mr. Mrs. Robert Peno Mr. Mrs. Clifford Delory Mr. Mrs. Laymon Clark Mr. Mrs. Ernest A. Saulnier Mr. Mrs. David L. Collins Mr. Mrs. Robert E. Fulcher Mr. Mrs. Jon Eitelback CONGRATULATIONS from Mr. and Mrs. Robert- Erickson 153 " An ocean is forever asking questions and writing them aloud along the shore " . Edward Robinson 155 " Our snow-storms as a rule Aren ' t looked on as man-killers, and although I ' d rather be the bea ' st that sleeps the sleep Under it all, his door locked up and lost. Than the man fighting it to keep above it, . Yet think of the small rds at ' roost and not In nests. Shall I be less iSh.afvthey are? it )■ No dust have I to cover me, My grave no man may show; My tomb is this unending sea, And I lie far below. My fate, 0 stranger, was to drown; And where it was the ship went down Is what the sea-birds know. Edward Robinson i N ISII-II " But now when the noon is no more, and riot is rest, And the sun is a wait at the ponderous gate of the West, And the slant yellow beam down the wood-aisle doth seen Like a lane into heaven that leads from a dream,—” Sidney Lanier fc ' f As a fond mother, when the day is o ' er Leads by the hand her little child to bed, Half willings, half reluctant to be led, And leaves his broken playthings on the floor, Still gazing at them through the open door, Nor wholly reassured and comforted By promises of others in their stead, Which, though more splendid, may not please him more; So Nature deals with us, and takes away Out playthings one by one, and by the hand Leads us to rest so gently, that we go Scarce knowing if we wish to go or stay, Being too full of sleep to understand How far the unknown transcends the what we know. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 159 ' ' We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark. 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