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

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NAUSET Tl Nauset Tides 1975 Nauset Regional High School North Eastham, Massachusetts as- 2 The longer we live the stronger the ties become which attract us toward another world . . . 3 5 6 •vV ... so eager are we for the new that we cannot be held back. 8 9 11 12 ... In spite of ourselves we are held in the grip of some Power that controls our acts and decisions 14 “Give me one chance, let me show you what I’ve found.” 16 Ilene Bassett Russell Bassett Linda Bean Joel Benton Mary Ellen Blatchford Carol Boynton April Brogi Craig Brooke W. Kathleen Burton Robert Butilier 19 Robert Hartley Karen Clark Pam Clark Wayne Clark 20 David Corbett Dona Cordio Diane Cowen Corinne Crawford Marie Creonte 21 Barry Cummings Steve Daley Doug Davis Barry Day Connie Delano Judith Deane 22 Alan Dunham Susan Dunshee 23 24 sSbSI Karen Erickson Karl Faivre James Ferguson S Lynn Finlay Marka Finn Tom Gainey Cindy Gallant Patricia Gaspar 25 Peter Gawle Elizabeth Gould ■■■MB zK ft Donna Guisto Steve Hadley Brenda Hall John Hall Margaret Hall Robin Gervais 26 Susan Hemmings 27 Barbara Hogan John Holmberg Victoria Hopkins t Robert Howard Charles Ho - es Elizabeth Habler Bnan Hurler Janet Hunter Dasria Hurley 28 John Kane Ken Kelly Laurie Kroll Steven Labalme 29 Heidi Livingston 30 Kerry Mooney 31 Tucker Mounce Doug Mulholland Lori Newcomb Michael Nolin Roderick Oringer Robert Parson Terri-Ann Perreault 32 Marcia Peterson Brenda Pettengill Mark Phillips Susan Phillips Lisa Pierce Kathryn Plotke Donald Poole Joseph Porro 33 Steven Reid Robert Reynolds Joan Richardson 34 Cynthia Richey Mike Riordan Candace Robicheau Cynthia Robicheau Candace Roman Renee Ronan William Rutherford Mike Rylander Mark Salisbury Mary Salts Steve Samry Margaret Schader Edward Schmidt Kim Shea 36 Kathy Souther Jane Studley Patricia Tibbits Susan Townsend 37 Francine Turcotte Wendy Underhill William Urquhart Gary Walwer 38 Kim White Glenn Wilcox Jamie White Elizabeth White Wendy White Holly Wilcox Theresa Willis Dehlia Wright Gary Woods Robert Catlin Gary Woodland Bart Melcher Michael Dennison John Bahr 40 ACTIVITIES ,r ■ $V m SLm Drama ROW 1 L to R: Carla Haubner, Heather Taber, Michelle Sutton, Doug Oringer, Deirdre Oringer, Pattie Kerwin, John Lemoine, Andy Kaine, Mary Beth Duff. ROW 2: Dawna Hurley, Francine Turcotte, Mark Scrivani, Melinda LaBranche, Sarah Burrill, Darrell Palm, Bruce Willard, Tim Gainey, Tom Kaine, Greg Norris, Lewis Pettengill. ROW 3: Emy Miller, Nancy Gilmore, Les Miller, Janet Hunter, John Bahr, Val Ellis, Suzanne MacKenzie, Jean LaPiana. ROW 4: Mrs. Jean Emerson, John Granlind, Tom Pye, Wendy Underhill, Pat Butkus, Cindy Blakely, Vicki Richardson, Debbie Cahill, Karen Gray, Julie Comins, Mallory Comins, Ann Hartley, Jon Porro, John Riordon, Andy LaPiana, Mr. Paul Chamberlin. ROW 5: Ken Langhans, Bridget Usher, Corinne Crawford, Roderick Oringer, Peter Gaul, Liz Gould, Barbara Rollins, John Michel, Judy Turnbull, Robert Moss. 42 Nauset Drama m Nauset Drama had its usual busy and productive year. Director Virginia Emerson lost many of her finest per¬ formers with the 1974 graduating class and was faced with a green and relatively inexperienced group of students. Drama night, held December 13 and 14 gave the kids their first taste of theatre and they came through like profes¬ sionals. John Bahr and Joe Porro were particularly excit¬ ing. The program was varied and demanding and was a valuable experience. Massachusetts Drama Guild Competition was held at Bridgewater-Raynham H.S. and Nauset entered “Absurd Person Singular”, a challenging comedy star¬ ring John Bahr, Jean La- Piana, Peter Gawle, Lewis Pettengill, and Ann Hart¬ ley. The spring musical was “Oklahoma” and the stars were Bridget Usher and John Bahr. Betsy Clark was stu¬ dent director for the year. It was hoped that the musical would be an artistic and financial success so that scholarships could be given on a yearly basis. The Class of 1974 was awarded $600 in the first of such drama recog¬ nition. Best Wishes from Central Package Store HALLOWEEN! ' ' -V- ' I Gems by Stacy The advisors, with edi¬ tor and assistant, had a good year, and wish to thank the staff, especial¬ ly the “ol’ faithfuls” for a lot of hard work! Success and Best Wishes to the Class of ' 75 Ocean Park Inn, Eastham, MA Don’t be harsh on them. . . . Or this, and one day they will see m them and help them to understand Vincent P. Bresnahan; Asst. Principal; Holy Cross, University of Mass., University of Conn.; B.A., M.A., C.A.G.S. Frank V. Daly; Principal; Colorado College, Temple University, Penn State B.A., M.A. Diane Kruppenbacher and Susan Polenick, Office Secretaries David Gessford; Earth Science; Michigan State University, Cornell University; B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Edward O’Brien; Physics, Earth Science, Physiology; Boston College, Boston State College; B.S., M.Ed. Mrs. Joyce Roche; Biology; Chestnut Hill College; B.A. David Gates; Biology; Stonehill College, Bridgewater State, University of Hawaii, Simmons College; B.S., M.Ed., M.S. Marine Biology and Physiology Herbert Pettengill; Earth Science Chemistry; University of Maine, Brown University; B.S., M A T. Paul Chamberlin; Advanced Biology, Physiology, Chemistry; Valparaiso University, Ball State University; B.A., M.S. Robert Morse; English, A.L.G., Driver Ed: Tufts University, B.A. M.A. Miss Elisabeth Hooker; English; Smith College; A.B., M.A. Mrs. Nancy Laning; English; Boston University; B.S. Robert Milbier; English, Citizenship, Current History; Norwich University, American International College; B.A., M.A. Mrs. Anne Stout; English; Vassar College; A.B John Gray; English; Yale, Harvard University; B.A., A.M.T. William McCaskie; English; Northwestern University, Boston State College, B.S., M.Ed. Best Wishes from Rogers Gray Insurance Agency of Orleans, Hyannis and Falmouth Mrs. Mary Berrio; English; Wilson College, Mrs. Frances Wiatrowski; Reading; University of Scranton; B.A., M.A. Manhattanville, Trinity; B.A., M.A. Mrs. Shirley Longo; English; University of Mass.; B.A. Mrs. Mary Morrison; French, Spanish; Anna Maria, Miss Barbara Schoenbaum; Spanish; Laval University; B.A., M.A. Carroll College, Middlebury College; B.A., M.A. Miss Rita Mousseau; French; Pembroke College; B.A. Mrs. Donna Norgeot; Library Aid Mrs. Ruth Olson; Librarian; Heinrich Sirucek; German, Latin, Silversmithing; University of Heidelberg, Syracuse, Simmons; B.A., M.L.S. Boston University; B.A., M.A. Compliments of the Downs Insurance Agency Frank Hutchings; U. S. History, Medieval History; Wentworth Institute, U. Mass.; B.A., M.A. Donald Bakker; U. S. History, Current History; M.I.T., Columbia; B.S., M.A. Robert Rice; Modem European History, Current History; St. Bonaventure University.; B.A. Mrs. Virginia Emerson; Sociology, Drama, Radio Script Writing; U. Maine, Clark University; B.A., M.A. Donald Campbell; Current History, Modern European History, Living in Ancient Times; West Virginia Wesleyan College; B.A. Mrs. Diane Campbell; Current Events, U. S. History; Westfield State; B.A. Robert Wilkinson; Basic Math, Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry; Boston College, Fairfield University; B.S., M.A.T. Frank Killam; General Math, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus; Boston University, Gordon College; B.S. Mrs. Joan Howe; General Math, Algebra, Advanced Math; Douglass College, Rutgers University; B.S. Miss Donna Ferry; Earth Science, Biology, Consumer Math, Algebra II; Boston University; B.S. Joseph Walorz; Algebra, Geometry, University of Mass.; B.A. Fred Caldwell; Algebra II, General Math, Pre- Algebra, Algebra I; Salem State; B.A. Lunch Bunch — The Nauset High’s friendly lunch-serving ladies. James Yeutter; P.E.; Tufts University, Boston University; B.A., B.S. M _■ Barbara. Qiakc P.E.: Bridgewater State College: B.A. Leo Miller; P.E., Special Ed.; Fitchburg State College; B.S.E. Mrs. Suz.anne Moulton, Nur . University of Virgi.i: B.S. ORGANIZATIONS For each of them, the most important thing in living was to reach out and touch perfection in that which they most loved to do, and that was to fly. A Band iis k mtKz ,91 ■L yjgj r» ; m r si B SI ■ bjfT} ft WY 1 sP v A Ml II ■ wife ' 1 tmfW llHu ■■IB r, 1 umm mm. » i f It Wk fi ‘ flt n .‘B ROW 1 L to R: Mark Price, Brenda Pettengill, Kathy Pierce, Audrey Benner, Beth Brasier, Betsy Nolin, David McCarty, Nina Lindstrom, Robin Hogan, Holly Brackett, Jane Studley. ROW 2: Kathy Ryder, Mike Wal sh, Betsy Clark, Kim Higgins, Diane Dutra, Brian Higgins, Nancy Meigs, Penny Wiedenman. ROW 3: Kevin Cassidy, David Deshamps, Richard Baker, Mike Pettengill, Ed Tartaglia, Ben Gregson, John Doucette, Raymond Wiley, John Cahill, Ed Olkolla, Mike Morse, Tom Pye, Wes Brown. ROW 4: Shelly Einerson, Meg Hall, Anne Brown, Ken Langhans, Mike Winters, Tom Yonce, Mr. Frank James. Missing: Muriel Radlhammer, Elaine Hokel, Cindy Behrer, Steve Penney B Band SEATED L to R: Jeff Pettengill, Truman Henson, Andy Pye, Joe Ozon, Scott Svenningson, Gardner Jameson, Brenda DuCharme, Laurie Schofield, Mary Radlhammer, Eileen Ryder, Kathy Rogers. Michelle Smith, Susan Moore. STANDING L to R: William Vautrenot, David Fulcher, Byron Bollis, Mr. Frank James. Best Wishes 1975 Graduates from Cape Wide Automotive, Inc., Orleans Majorettes L to R: Shelly Einerson, Heidi Wuskell, Mrs. Diane Campbell, Renee Ronan, Meg Hall. Chorus ROW 1 L to R: Andrea Barwood, Debbie Fulcher, Cindy Kew, Tami Messier, Susan Kew, Cindy Chamberlain, Suzanne MacKenzie, Mrs. Barbara Deshamps. ROW 2: Lori Newcomb, Mrs. Nancy Fadely, Katrina Hansen, Nancy Pirnat, Roberta Cary, Cathy Stewart, Debbie Bedard FTA L to R: Lori Newcomb, Melissa Hansen, Mrs. Mary Berrio, Mary Ellen Blatchford. FNA The Future Nurses’ Club has had a busy year. We went to see New England Deaconess and Pe¬ ter Bent Brigham Hospitals. To raise our yearly scholarship money we had a combination rummage, handicrafts, and bake sale. We earned $190.00. We also had a Health Careers Conference. The officers this year were Shelley Wal¬ lace — treasurer, Lynn Collins — secretary, Elaine Beals — vice president, and Cathy Stewart — president. ROW 1 L to R: Lynn Collins, Elaine Beals. ROW 2: Cindy Kew, Meg Hall, Karen White, Anette Daniels, Kim Higgins, Susan Kew, Lori Rapose, Sue Hemmings, Mrs. Suzanne Moulton, Diane Dutra. Missing: Cathy Stewart, Shelley Wallace, Theresa Craffey, Cindy Richey. 64 Ski Club The ski club is a new club this year, but with all the interest and enthusiasm in the club, it will probably continue for many more years. The group went on a trip to Campton N. H. for a skiing weekend February 7, 8, and 9th. The highlight of the weekend was the medal-winning of two ski club members. Keith Mazzarese and Andy Pye took two silver and bronze medals, respectively, in the NASTAR-sponsored Giant Slalom event. The group raised money for the trip by different activities around and about the school. ROW 1 L to R: Beth Norgeot, Raymond Parks, Craig Carrier. ROW 2: Candy Clark, Mike Cordio, Mr. Bob Rice, Steve Penney. ROW 3: Connie Delano, Lisa Pierce, Glen Shenkin, Jeff Clark. ROW 4: Margaret Schader, Mary Ellen Blatchford, Dawn Radke, Debbie Cahill. ROW 5: John Cahill, Jeff Putnam, Lynn Collins. ROW 6: Andy Pye, Howard Dykeman, Robert Fettig. ROW 7: Lewis Pettengill. M !iu fgfc Library Aides STANDING L to R: Jay Ferguson, Marion Pilling, Mrs. Ruth Olson, Melissa Hansen, Mrs. Donna Norgeot, Marianne Nickerson. Student Senate ROW 1 L to R: Barbara Rollins, Rod Oringer, John Bahr, Judy Deane, Barbara Chase, Kim Langhans, Marion Pilling. ROW 2: Sue Phillips, Mary Jo Mooney, Nancy Gilmore, Peter Knight, Bill Fontneau, Wes Brown, Robert Fettig, Mark Wood, Mr. Paul Chamberlin. ROW 3: Russell Packett, Wendy Taylor, Kevin Cassidy, Peter Possell, Scott Thomas, John Catlin. Missing: David Crary, Steve Backus, Peter McCray, Jeff Marshall, Judy Joy, Sara McPartland, Tim Gainey, Steve LaBalme, Joel Benton. Student Council ROW 1 L to R: Eileen Ryder, Cindy Blakeley, Diane Moore, Jean Rounds. ROW 2: Missy Usher, Susan Moore, Bridget Usher, John Bahr, Linda Bean, Peter Lane, Lynn Finlay, Debbie Cahill. ROW 3: Tracy Oringer, Mary Ellen Blatchford, Dawn Barrington, April Brogi, Vicky Richardson, Ross Johnston, Toni Ellis, Nancy Kalinick, Debbie Boynton, Mr. Paul Chamberlin. ROW 4: Cindy Higgins, Kevin Cassidy, Rod Oringer, Mike Estrada, Emy Miller, Elaine Beals. Missing: Robert Catlin, Pam Clark, Kim Shea, Cindy Boynton, David LaJoie, Steve Penney, Judy Mitman. Alternative Learning Group School Store STANDING L to R: Theresa Bismore, Mike Brown, Mr. Clifford O’Connor, Teresa Willis, Margaret Hall, Holly Wilcox, Renee Ronan, Marie Creonte, Karen Clark. Good Luck to all the 1975 Graduates from the Skaket Beach Motel Sophomore Class Officers L to R: Toni Ellis, Missy Usher, John Doucette, Ross Johnston. Freshman Class Officers Dawn Barrington, Sarah Burrill, Truman Henson, Mary Knight. Best Wishes from Bass River Savings Bank Audio Visual Aides ROW 1 L to R: David O’Connell, Kenny Rapose, Mark Scrivani. ROW 2: Mike Radlhammer, Paul Foley, Mr. Ken Collins, Ken Kelly, Mike Brown, Ken Fuller. Missing: John Pooler, Richard Klahne. The Business Club is an organization open to all stu¬ dents who are interested in pursuing a business career. The club conducts regular meetings, takes field trips to offices and businesses, listens to invited guest speakers from the business world, and conducts a fund-raising drive in order to offer a $ 100 schol¬ arship for a deserving senior who wishes to study business at a school or college after graduation. The club also participates in school and community social service projects. Business Club ROW 1 L to R: Donna Cordio, Elizabeth White, Brenda Hurley. ROW 2: Mrs. Janet Palmer, Daphne Schmidt, Marianne Nickerson, Wendy Chase, Marie Creonte, Tami Messier, Renee Ronan, Kathy Ryder, Geraldine LaPense. Congratulations to the Class of 1975 from H. H. Snow Sons Student Advisory Council Mary Ellen Blatchford, Billy Hayes, Mr. Frank Daly, David Upton. Missing: Cathy Stewart and Brenda Pettengill. Senior Advisory Board ROW 1 L to R: Traci Landers, Jean LaPiana, Wendy Underhill, Corinne Crawford. ROW 2: Bill Heines, Gary Woodland, Cheryl Contonio, Marie Creonte. Missing: Leslie Ide. Congratulations Graduates from Army-Navy Newspaper Staff Nauset Light NAUSET LIGHT made a fresh start, this year, with a brand-new editor, Brenda Pettengill (BLP to her intimates). A brand-new name, NAUSET LIGHT (courtesy of Betsy Clark, co-editor). And a brand-new cover (also courtesy of Betsy Clark, assisted by Mr. James Owens). The staff, greatly en¬ larged, enjoyed greater participa¬ tion, and enthusiasm than previous years. It is devoutly hoped that the informative and humorous tone of NAUSET LIGHT will continue. ROW 1 L to R: Barbara Rollins, Brenda Pettengill, Tom Gardner, Lisie Syvanen, David Upton, Mrs. Nancy Lanning, Elbe Gibson, John Bell. ROW 2: Betsy Clark, Steve LaBalme, Melissa Hansen, Paul Stonier. Missing: David Wilcox, Chris Trautz, Mike Radlhammer, Sue Rollins, Les Miller, Beth Brasier, Lewis Pettengill. Yearbook Staff ROW 1 L to R: Linda Collins, Deirdie Oringer, Tracy Oringer, Audrey Benner, William Vautrinot, Scott Barnard. ROW 2: Connie Delano, Lisa Pierce, Vicky Hopkins, April Brogi, Cheryl Contonio, Teresa Lamperti, Nina Lindstrom, Elbe Gibson, Traci Landers, Mary Ellen Blatchford, Toni Peters, Gay Adao. ROW 3: David Upton, Robin Hogan, Lori Newcomb, Roberta Cary, Jeff Putnam, Jane Studley, Gary Woodland. Missing: Jean Lapiana, Marion Pilling, Lewis Pettengill, Ronnie Watkins, Leslie Ide, Shelley Wallace. This year, as usual, the yearbook staff has given its all to meet the deadlines. For the first time, Mrs. Demetri and the Business De¬ partment have helped us with fund raising and bookkeeping, and we hope they will con¬ tinue this in future years. To raise money we put on two dinners, and sold Golden Books. We regretfully foun d that due to de¬ clining economy that prices in the future years may have to go up. Our editor is Jean LaPiana, and the assis¬ tant editor is Marion Pilling. And of course we are greatly ap¬ preciative of the help given to us by our Yearbook Representa¬ tive from Western, Mr. Dick, and our faculty advisers, Mr. Gray, Mrs. Stout, and Mrs. Demetri. Art Appreciation The art appreciations are an en¬ thusiastic, hard working group who have raised funds for a three day field trip to New York City by putting on a dinner called Gastronomic Master¬ piece and a Viennese “Kaffee Klatsch”. The members study concepts of art rather than straight history. The year’s officers were President Tim Thomas, and Treasurer John Bahr. T w - M ’ JP ROW 1 L to R: Donna Simpson, Erin Pirnie, Jean LaPiana, Barbara Hogan. ROW 2: John Bahr, Robert Howard, Chris Gray, Mrs. Eleanor Schmidt. Missing: Mallory Comins, Marka Finn, Dawna Hurley, Denise Miner, Dede Wright, Tim Thomas. Independent Study ROW 1 L to R: Brenda Pettengill, Steve LaBalme, Susan Townsend, Jeff Putnam, Betsy Clark. ROW 2: Doc Gessford, Robert Parsons, Peter Lane. Best Wishes from American Heritage UNDERCLASSMEN And then you will be ready to begin the most difficult, the most powerful, the most fun of all. You will be ready to begin to fly up and know the meaning of kindness and of love. i ' a? ¥ % $ Class Of 1976 Lisa Brown President Cindy Higgins Vice Pres. Joyce Nystrom Secretary David Abel Sheila Adams Faith Alexander Elaine Beals Debbie Boynton Cheryl Armitage Becky Bennett Dick Baker Ben Gregson Caryl Bassett Cindy Blakeley Diane Baronousky Jono Brock Bill Chase Kathy Brown Wendy Chase Mike Brown Richard Chilson Karol Berger Karen Clark Barney Burrill Julie Clark Pat O’Connor Treasurer Greg Atwood Karen Benn Beth Brasier Cindy Carpenter Pam Clifton Compliments of A.I.M. Thrift Shop, Wellfleet Best Wishes from the Southfleet Motor Inn and Restaurant, Rte 6, South Wellfleet Tim Gainey John Grandlund Compliments from R. W. Rose, well drilling, Wellfleet You got it together, keep it together. Mulligan Stew Jewelry Tom Finlay Dave Gage Beth Coleman Barbara Dalrymple Darrell Dunne Carole Evans Lynn Collins Tammy Davis Diane Dutra Ken Fettig Tom Gardner Julie Comins Wayne Contonio Linda Cornaro Valerie Filliman Liz Fograshy Connie Fredericks Suzanne Colby Theresa Craffey Dion Dugan Joel Erickson Deb Fulcher Joyce Doughty Maura Doyle Cathy Eldredge Dana Eldridge Karen Duff A A Vicky Elmer Maurice Glucksman Patti McCrum Dave McPartland Dan Mahoney Debra Gombos Karen Gray Kim Hart Sherry Herrington Rich Higgins Paul Holbrook Bob Hurley Katie Hansen Jo Ellen Haris Anne Hartley Alice Hutchings Marsha Ide Lisa Kamens Diane Kelly Patty Kerwin Cindy Kew Susan Kew Virgina Klingenstein Sherry Kochka Fern Kroll Sue Lavigne Deb Maintanis Cindy Martens Christian LaPense Dave LaJoie Virgina Lane Kim Langhans Melinda LaBranche Frannie Mayo Keith Mazzaiese George Miliken Emy Miller Compliments of Scottie’s Cottages, Wellfleet Compliments of Cape Cod Realty Building Co. Wellfleet Lisa Miner Diane Moore John Moran Barbara Murdock Ian Newman John Nichols Marianne Nickerson Betsy Nolin Mike Parlante Elaine Peluso Bob Penny Ken Peters Bob Peterson Phil Peterson Mike Pettengill Gina Pickard Kathryn Pierce Marion Pilling Nancy Pimat Carol Poole Peter Putnam James Rogers Barb Rollins Debbie Root Success Best Wishes to the Class of ’75 Sheraton Ocean Park Inn, Eastham James Rylander Joanne Stevens Judy Turnbull Pattie Weber Tim Wuskell Jeff Rose Bill Staib Wendy Taylor Mark Wood Tim Rowell Bette Schofield Mark Scrivani Lynn Stevens Cathy Stewart Michelle Sutton Greta Unger Bridget Usher Sean Vickrey Penny Weideman Larry Winslow Sigurd Winslow Danny Yonce Shannon Cunningham Debbie Cahill Walter Watson Scott Swaine Bob Syvanen Shelley Wallace Bobby Waters Glen Shenkin Laura Smith Congratulations from the Donut Shack, N. Eastham Best Wishes from Sea ' n Sand Restaurant, Eastham John Doucette Treasurer Nancy Bagnulo Peter Bowker Wes Brown Patty Clark David Crary Mike Adao Eileen Baker Wendy Boynton Jack Canham Jeff Clark Paul Creonte Class Of 77 Tom Carroll Jean Coombs Cindy Chambelain Mike Cordio Toni Ellis Secretary Steve Backus Lisa Borges Anne Brown Jim Clark James Cox Holly Brackett Anthony Cappello Ronnie Collins Sue Brady Craig Carrier Dean Connors Ross Johnston President Judy Anderson Darlene Brooke Cindy Behrer John Bell Audrey Benner Missy Usher Vice Pres. Walter Argo Ken Blakely Paul Brooks Best Wishes from Wellfleet Pharmacy, Wellfleet Compliments of Allard Nurseries Ricky Daffinee Dwayne Dewitt Brenda DuCharme Holly Dykeman Lincoln Eldridge Steven Eldridge Annette Daniels Wayne Eldredge Brenda Elliott Wayne Ellis Mike Estrada Linda Evanko Dawn Fancy Chris Ellis Tim Farrell Jenny Fates Pam Finlay Tami Francis Bambi Fulcher Kenneth Fuller Brian Galletta Paul Hasler Steve Hatch Kathy Hatchard Bill Hayes Compliments of the Brass Bell Gift Shop, Brewster. Compliments of Allard Nurseries, Brewster. Peter Knight Phil Kreber Teresa Lamperti Carl Landers Geraldine LaPense Andy Leavitt Joanne Lee Dominic Leavasseur Nina Lindstrom Diane Marshall Jeff Marshall Sharon Marshall Peter McCray Nancy Meigs Marty Mickle Leslie Miller Judy Mitman Mary Jo Mooney Jim Moran Bob Moss Kim Moulton Good Wishes from Joseph Lema Son Market, Wellfleet. Best Wishes from Slade Agency, Wellfleet. Toni Peters Tracy Oringer Marie Pellegrino John Reynolds Jolene Nevin Clint Newcomb Arlene Nickerson Richard Niven Pam O’Neil Bob Rotti Jean Rounds Kathy Ryder Ed Tartaglia Roxanne Tarvers Jim Taylor Kim Taylor Lloyd Taylor Peggy’s Yarn Shop Rt. 6, Wellfleet. Compliments to Class of ' 75 Oliver’s Clay Tennis Courts, Wellfleet. Mitzi Thomas Diana Page Tom Paige Darrell Palm Ray Parks Bob Peters Carol Pinney David Purcell Donna Richardson James Richardson Deidre Oringer Muriel Radlhammer Lisa Ozon Donna Peterson Sue Phillips Debbie Richardson Steve Parlante Douglas Sylver Paul Stonier Sally Staib Allison Smith Bret Simpson Mary Schmidt Linda Savonen Bob Sanders Chris Volovski Ronnie Watkins Lottie Westegaard Pam Whitehouse Jenny Savage Mark Samry Best Wishes from P.J’s Dari-Burger, Wellfleet. Best Wishes Class of ’75 from Ocean Reef Gift Shop, Wellfleet. Dawn Barrington Treasurer - ' ■ " Sarah Burrill President Truman Henson Vice President Mary Knight Secretary Class Of 78 Peter Abel Robin Acorn Tom Adams Gay Adao Jeff Bronsdon Darlene Brown Scott Brown Todd Brown Ellen Brownville Tom Brueckner Cheryl Butilier v Kathy Chambers John Cahill Cathy Carey Julie Carlson Renee Cary John Catlin Ed Cestaro Compliments of Laurino’s Pizza and Hot Oven Ginders, Route 6A, Brewster Jon Comins Craig Condit Marc Costa Jeanne Craffey Mike Craffey Shirley Davenport Randy Dickson V V Billy Dougherty Joseph Doyle Paula DuCharme Melinda Dunshee Patti Eldredge Bruce Eldridge John Diemer Scott Eldridge Ann Ellis Julie Emond Dana Ferguson Denise Ferragame Tim Ferreira Donna Fleming Robert Fettig Richard Fowler David Fulcher Russell Fulcher Jim Gage Mary Gallagher Judy Gaspar Bob Gilmore Lani Gove Ellie Hamilton Kathy Hamilton Good Luck from Bay Sails Marine, Wellfleet Congratulations from Wellfleet Spirit Shop, Wellfleet Glen Harper Susan Harris Greg Hartson Jim Heines Brian Higgins Ken Higgins Gretel Hitchcock Gardner Jamieson Richard Knowles David McCarty Michael Hopper Steve LaBranche Suzanne MacKenzie Dan Howes 4P Jon Jorgensen Greg Langeley Ginny Martens John Mead Peggy Horton V, Judy Joy Andy McConnachie Tammy Messier Carolyn Ide Treg Kaeselau Therese Lawless Danny Kaine Troy Loranger Sally MacMillan 1 Best of Luck to the Class of 1975 from Wellfleet Motel, Wellfleet. Good Luck to Class of ’75 Jesse Masuire, Wellfleet. Susan Moore Beth Norgeot Russell Packett Bridget Moran Gina Norgoet Sally Paige David O’Connell Bion Peters Linda Montgomery Janice Nickerson Joseph Ozon Mary Moran Sherry Micks Lee Miller Alex Nichols Jackie Ozon Dana Munsey Edward Olkkola Doug Oringer Michele Mickle Sandy Moran Steve Peters Andy Pye Mary Radlhammer Carol Plotke Brett Ramsey Sandy Pillsbury Laurie Ramsay Compliments of Downs Insurance Agency, Wellfleet Dan Robes Na ncy Rockwell Kathy Rogers Sue Rollins Alison Roman Donna Root Jan Rounds Janice Scheinler Stephen Schepps Daphne Schmidt Laurie Schofield Alison Scholl Scott Sveningson Mark Seaverns Norman Sylvia Heather Taber Tammy Taylor Laurie Tenbroeck James Thielman Tom Sylver Carolyne Tilga Curt Trautz Lisa Volovski Kevin Walker Mike Walsh David Upton Bill VanNorman Tad Vautrinot Compliments of Gilbert Rose, Contractor — Builder, Wellfleet James Wilcox Diane Wilson Michelle Winters Ginny Salts Barbara Sandblom ' I Raymond Wiley Jeff Winslow Cape Cod Sea Camps Wono Monomoy, East Brewster, Mass. ; • A •vWr:-.- . " A •- W£ i2.V. ' •• . ' ' Vv ' V . % V e - V - . ' -• • ■ SPORTS . % ; ,• .. . • - - -“i - - Those who scorn perfection for the sake of travel go no¬ where slowly. Those who put aside travel for the sake of perfection go anywhere instantly. BOYS VARSITY SOCCER MASSACHUSETTS SEMI-FINALS FIRST ROW L. to R. Rod Oringer, Paul Holbrook, Dana Eldredge, Russell Bassett, David Brownville, Peter McCray, Glen Shenkin, SECOND ROW L. to R. Kim Shea, Dave Lajoie, Kenny Fettig, Wes Brown, Bob Syvanen, Andy LaPiana, Rick Higgins, Dave Abel, John Michael, Dave Gage, Manager Mike Estrada, Coach Jim Yeutter. Season Record Nauset 1 Barnstable 2 Nauset 9 Upper Cape 2 Nauset 1 Chatham 0 Nauset 6 Martha’s Vineyard 1 Nauset 3 Dennis-Y armouth 3 Nauset 1 Sandwich 1 Nauset 2 Falmouth 1 Nauset 0 Harwich 1 Nauset 3 Barnstable 0 Nauset 1 Upper Cape 0 Nauset 3 Chatham 1 Nauset 1 Martha’s Vineyard 1 Nauset 4 Dennis-Yarmouth 2 Nauset 0 Sandwich 1 Nauset 0 Falmouth 0 Nauset 2 Harwich State Tournament Play 0 Nauset 1 Medfield 0 Nauset 1 Duxbury 2 Senior Soccer Members: from L. to R. Kim Shea, John Michel, Rod Oringer, Russell Bassett, Coach Jim Yeutter. Compliments of The Eastham Superette The soccer season came to an end with a loss to Duxbury, the eventual Eastern Massa¬ chusetts Champions, in the semi-finals of the E. Mass. Tournament. The game was tied at the end of 4 overtime periods and was decided by penalty shots. Prior to the game the Warriors had defeated Medfield 1-0 in a marathon two-day affair when Russell Bassett drilled one home in the 5th sudden death overtime. The league record stood at 9-3-4. One of the ties being 1-1 at Sandwich which was the only blemish on their undefeated season. The second Sandwich game proved to be just as exciting and a good deal rougher as Kim Shea, our fine goalie, left the game in the first quarter with a concussion. Great promise is held for next year as eight starters will be returning. The defense will be sound with everyone back except the goalie. David Lajoie (E. Mass. All-Star) and Rich Higgins (hat trick in All Star game) will supply the offensive punch. All Cape All-Stars: First Team — Russell Bassett, David Lajoie; Second Team — Dana Eldridge, Rick Higgins. 97 Boys’ Junior Varsity Soccer Left to right, 1st ROW: Rob Moss, Rob Peters, Craig Carrier, Chris Volvoski, Paul Creonte, Dave Crary, Howdy White, Wayne Ellis, Ed Tartaglia, 2nd ROW: Mr. Paul White, Coach, John Mead, Rick Houston, Ross Johnston, Jeff Marshall, Kenny Bassett, Jeff Clark, Rob Plaice, Tom Carroll, Ben Giese, Scott Thomas, Rob Sanders, Clint Newcomb, Dean Connors, Steve Jalbert The Nauset JV’s prepped themselves for varsity competition as they played to a 5-7 season. The team was made up of sophomores and two freshmen who shared the duties in goal. The strength of the team was its en¬ thusiasm and willingness to work and learn. Game captains and leaders on the field were fullback Howdy White and Rob Peters who played all positions. Scoring leaders on the team were Kenny Bassett, Rob Moss, and Clint Newcomb. Coach Paul White foresees many of this year’s squad trying for spots on next year’s varsity. The 1974 edition of Nauset’s Freshman Soc¬ cer Team played a limited schedule. With Fal¬ mouth and D-Y having the only other Freshman teams in the Cape Islands Soccer League, the boys played two games each against J.V. clubs from Upper Cape and Mar¬ tha’s Vineyard. Generally the team exhibited good defensive talent, and individual and team skills im¬ proved noticeably as the season progressed. Steve Jalbert did most of the goal-keeping and the defense was led by Eric Maker, Rob Fettig and Jim Gage. Russ Packett and Brian Higgins led the offense. This year’s Freshmen showed the promise of upholding Nauset’s outstanding soccer tra¬ dition on the varsity level. Boys’ Freshman Soccer 1st ROW Left to Right: Steve Jalbert, Robert Fettig, Brett Ramsey, James Gage, Scott Sveningson, Russell Packett, Eric Maker, Mark Seaverns 2nd ROW: David Upton Mgr., Rob Gilmore, Glenn Harper, Todd Brown, Scott Brown, Brian Higgins, Steve LaBranche, Truman Henson, Tom Gould, Glen Richardson, Bob Rice, Coach Cross Country FRONT ROW, Left to right, Coach Joe Walorz, Billy Hayes, Judy Anderson, Karen Grew, Laurie Schofield, Manager Betsy Clark. BACK ROW, John Doucette, Randy Dixon, David McPartland, Eddie Olkolla, Richard Niven, John Cahill, Curtis T rautz The Cross Country season was one of rebuilding, with loss of Ed McPartland and only 3 returning lettermen. The lettermen were Captain David McPartland, John Doucette and Billy Hayes. The record of 2-9 was disappointing, but the rapid improvement of Freshmen Curt Trautz, Randy Dickson and Steve Peters makes the outlook for next season very bright. Award Winners at State Wide Invitational Meets David McPartland Randy Dickson John Doucette Steve Peters Curt Trautz Compliments of H. T. Crocker Insurance Agency, Cove Road, Orleans Field Hockey Janet Hunter, Lori Newcomb, Wendy Underhill, Beth Hubler, Meg Hall, Terry Mrs. Diane Campbell, Coach, Terry Perrault, Wendy Underhill. Perrault, Mrs. Diane Campbell | Beth Hubler, Dawn Fancy, Lori Newcomb, Marsha Ide, Wendy Underhill, Janet Hunter, Debbie Cahill. Left to Right, 1st ROW: Mrs. Diane Campbell, Coach, Alison Smith, Cindy Higgins, Diane Moore, Dawn Radke, Terry Perrault, 2nd ROW: After overcoming the loss of nine of last years senior players, Coach Diane Campbell’s Varsity Field Hockey Team missed capturing the league champion¬ ship, by placing third in the final stand¬ ings, one point behind the top two teams. The Warriorettes led by Cape All Stars Wendy Underhill, Lori Newcomb and Dawn Fancy fought their way into the Mass. District II State Tournament where the team fell to Dennis-Yarmouth in the semi-final round. Season Record Nau set 4 Chatham 0 Nauset 3 Chatham 0 Nauset 4 Sandwich 0 Nauset 1 Sandwich 0 Nauset 1 Harwich 0 Nauset 2 Harwich 1 Nauset 0 M.V. 3 Nauset 1 M.V. 3 Nauset 0 P-Town 0 Nauset 0 P-Town 0 101 Girls’ Junior Varsity Field Hockey Left to Right, BACK ROW, Jolene Niven, Beth Norgeot, Susan Moore, Mary Schmidt, Bette Schofield, MIDDLE ROW, Meg Hall, Kay Berger, Elaine Beals, FRONT ROW, Coach Miss Barbara Chako, Mary Knight, Sandy Pillsbury, Kathy Ryder, Renee Ronan Mgr. Nauset’s Junior Varsity Field Hockey Team scored eight goals in six games putting together a 2-1-3 record. Susan Moore and Beth Norgeot were our high scorers, scoring three goals each. The defense played very well all season and took after the varsity in allowing just five goals all season. Season Record Nauset 1 M.V. 1 Nauset 3 Chatham 0 Nauset 0 P-Town 2 Nauset 3 M.V. 1 Nauset 0 Chatham 0 Nauset 1 P-Town 1 Best Wishes from Eastham Travel Agency, Route 6, Eastham, MA Cheerleaders Nauset’s Cheerleaders worked dili¬ gently creating “school spirit”. The Soc¬ cer Cheerleaders were wind-blown and rained-on and sometimes even scorched but always visible on the far out Soccer field. Donna Guisto and Candy Roman, co-captains, led Vicky Richardson, Deb¬ bie Gombos, Jenny Fates, Debbie Boyn¬ ton, Patty Kerwin, and Alison Roman through a long season — including a Boston tournament. Basketball season reflected as much enthusiasm but some changed faces. Donna Guisto and Candy Roman co¬ captained Vicky Richardson, Debbie Gombos, Debbie Boynton, Jenny Fates, Alison Roman, Barbara Chase and Tina Jans, alternate. An overnight trip to Martha’s Vineyard was the highlight of a very successful season. The cheerlead¬ ers hope they contributed to the excel¬ lent Nauset sport year. Cape Islands Basketball Champs Left to Right, BACK ROW, Kim Shea, Ken Langhans, Bob Peterson, Bill Heines, Don Reeves, Steve Oliver, Dana Eldredge, Rod Oringer, John Nichols, Richard Higgins, Dave Lajoie. FRONT ROW, Mike Estrada, Jim Yeutter, Lee Miller Coach, Jim Packett, Danny Robes, manager. After suffering through Martha’s Vineyard’s domination of the league for too long, Nauset finally turned the tables this year and won the Cape Islands League championship with a 13-1 league record, the only loss being to Province- town for which Nauset had sweet revenge in the final game of the season. The most emotional game was one that most of us could only listen to over WVLC, and that was when Nauset came from 13 points behind on the Vineyard to win by 10 in overtime. Steve Oliver was the leading scorer in almost every game and ended with one of the best individual records in the state. The other starting seniors, Don Reeves, Bill Heines, and Kim Shea, all had great years, and Dave Lajoie and Dana Eldredge give us high hopes for next year. Nauset had to move up to Division II in the State Tournament, and that was a little too much for us to expect a championship, but it was still a great year. Henry A. Callahan, Insurance Agency, Main Street, Brewster. Season Record D-Y 28 Nauset 61 Hanover 69 Nauset 60 Nauset 54 No. Shore L.I. 62 Nauset 88 E. Bridgewater 56 Nauset 67 Duxbury 49 Norwell 60 Nauset 76 Upper Cape 37 Nauset 71 Chatham 33 Nauset 83 Nauset 97 Nantucket 34 Nauset 89 Harwich 54 M.V. 86 Nauset 96 Nauset 74 Sandwich 55 Nauset 51 P-Town 56 Nauset 92 Upper Cape 44 Nauset 78 Chatham 52 Nantucket 44 Nauset 69 Harwich 55 Nauset 86 Nauset 67 M.V. 60 Sandwich 54 Nauset 72 P-Town 84 Nauset 76 Best Wishes from the Town Center Package Store, North Eastham Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Left to Right: John Doucette, Clint Newcomb, Ed Tartaglia, Steve Backus, Peter McCray, Robert Peters, Richard Niven, Howdy White, Robert Moss, Andy LaPiana, Tom Carroll, Billy Hayes. Sitting: Mike Estrata, Coach Jim Yeutter, Richard Houston. This was a great year for the Junior Varsity under Coach Jim Yeutter. Nau- set was undefeated in the league and lost only a single game all season. Pete McCray ended up as our high scorer with Andy LaPiana second. Richard Niven was good enough to move up to the Varsity occasionally, but it was depth and team work that were our chief assets as even with the second five play¬ ers in there, Nauset often still outscored the opposition. The future looks good. 106 It Girl’s Junior Varsity Basketball Laurino’s Route 6A Brewster Compliments of The Brass Bell Left to Right: Mary Schmidt, Kathy Ryder, Beth Norgeot, Jackie Ozon, Jolene Nevin, Judy Anderson, Kathy Hamilton, Linda Savonen, Rene Cary, Kay Berger, Geraldine LaPense, Ann Brown, Nancy Spear. Kneeling: Lisa Ozon and Coach Bob Rice. Coach Bob Rice and his girls had only a so-so won and lost record in girls’ jun¬ ior varsity basketball this year, but the improvement shown by individuals and the spirit and teamwork of the entire squad prove that in reality this was a successful year in terms of building a sound basis for future wins. Girl’s Varsity Basketball Right to Left: Penny Weidemann, Janet Hunter, Wendy Underhill, Debbie Cahill, Lori Newcomb, Assistant Coach Bob Rice, Beth Hubler, Cindy Higgins, Coach Paul White, Barbara Hogan, Elaine Beals, JoEllen Harris, Dawn Fancy, Karen Duff, and Alison Smith. Kneeling: Managers, Dawn Radke, Melinda Labranche and Lori Rapose. Season Record Falmouth 34 Nauset 35 Nauset 54 D-Y 38 Bourne 40 Nauset 43 Nauset 64 Falmouth 48 Nauset 48 Chatham 16 Nauset 53 Nantucket 16 Harwich 65 Nauset 46 Nauset 40 M.V. 60 Sandwich 46 Nauset 44 P-Town 37 Nauset 51 Chatham 25 Nauset 37 Nantucket 29 Nauset 68 Nauset 56 Harwich 32 M.V. 44 Nauset 37 Sandwich 37 Nauset 48 P-Town 36 Nauset 40 With a new coach, Paul White, and a new system, it took Nauset a while to reach the level of play expected, but by the end of the season, the Warriorettes were probably the second best team in southeastern Mass. The trouble was that the best team was in our league — Martha’s Vineyard, and although we led them for three periods in the final away game, they edged us out at the end. Although the girls will miss four fine seniors next year, they have a returning nucleus that could bring us a 1975-76 championship. 1 MS K ,• t j 1 - Jl • jl tl 1 • Ji; 1 JSk Bw ■ l Irv Senior Members — Left to Right — Wendy Underhill, Lori Newcomb, Beth Hubler, Barb Hogan, Janet Hunter. Compliments of Gilbert Rose, Contractor-Builder, Wellfleet, MA Gymnastics Coach Diane Campbell started gym¬ nastics this year on a club basis, but the team met regular squads from bigger schools and turned out to be a real suc¬ cess story. Despite having only sophomores and freshmen doing our scoring, Nauset still managed to win three meets, two against Falmouth and one against Barnstable. Even in their losses to more experienced girls, Nauset looked good (especially in their flashy yellow uniforms.) Next year this will be a full sport, and it should be really exciting for competi¬ tors and spectators alike. ROW 1, Left to Right, Julie Carlson, Candy Clark, Cindy Behrer, Mary Knight. ROW 2, Left to Right, Sally Staib, Carolyn Ide, Julie Emond, Lynn Collins, Coach Diane Campbell. ROW 3, Left to Right, Carol Chipman, Eileen Ryder, Elaine Peluso. Thank you Oracle for the fine sports photos. Ice Hockey Left to Right, BOTTOM ROW, Coach Evans, John Meade, Jeff Clarke, Randy Dixon, Berry Cummings, Shannon Murphy, Wes Brown, Tim Gainey, Ken Fettig, Assistant Coach Bob Milbier, SECOND ROW, Manager David Creary, Bob Syvanen, David Gage, Josh Giese, Bill Chase, Bill Van Norman, Bob Ide, Trainer Steve Samry, THIRD ROW, Kevin Walker, Scott Thomas, Paul Creonte, Bob Lawless, Doug Mulholland, Missing, David Brownville, Managers Leslie Ide, April Brogi. This was a disappointing year for Nauset in ice hockey. After a promising start, the team failed to win its big games, dropping the last two games to both Provincetown and Harwich and losing all three to Harwich to end up with a 5-7 record and fourth place. Jerry Evans did a fine job filling in for Mr. Donahue, who was on sabbatical, but at key moments in too many games, things went wrong, and the theme had to be the old one of “Wait till next year.” Next year should be a good one too as only four seniors played this year. Co-Captains Barry Cummings, Bob Lawless, and Coach Evans. Nickerson Lumber Company i I I SENIORS We went from one world into another that was almost exactly like it, forgetting right away where we had come from, not caring where we headed, living for the moment. I Senior Superlatives Most likely to Succeed Class Clowns Wendy John Most Athletic Kim Valerie Bob Congratulations from the Wellfleet Spirit Shop Best Wishes to the Class of 1975 from Goose Hummock Shop Individualists Friendliest Joel Francine Barry MaryEllen Class Cons Best Wishes to the Class of 1975 from Avery Insurance Best Wishes to the Class of 1975 from Philip Drew Real Estate Most Argumentative Class Flirts Jean Tom Mike Most Deserving Of Recognition Mallory Dawna Best Looking Don Lynn Rod Compliments of Arey’s Pond Boat Yard Best Wishes from Acme Laundry Bob Linda John Best Dressed Shyest Connie John 117 Best Wishes from Orleans Bowling center Livingston’s Pharmacy, Inc. 1925-1975 Susan DEDICATION Mrs. Shirley Longo has been our class advisor since 1973. Her patience, enthusiasm, and willingness have helped us with the Junior Prom, the Christmas Dance, dinners, and countless other projects. Because of her devotion to the class of 1975, we dedicate this yearbook to her in gratitude. 120 Gary Walwer “Waldo” Fishing, summer, coorers, “Chas-chas” I leave all my feathers to Stu Finlay. Roderick Oringer “Rod” Cross country 2, soccer 3, 4, basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Jr. Class President, Advisor to the school committee 3, Sr. Advisor, Being an all around flake 2, 3, 4, — being a jock! My sophomore year — remembering old love (JN) and finding true love (BSC) forever; the dynamic duo, being vulgar, my bear or is it penguin? realizing that although memories are warm and the future is heartwarming, the present is too intense — with Candy wondering what K.C. and B.C. are up to. C’mon L’M’ I Rod Oringer leave to Paul Holbrook or David Lajoie my bluntness also to David Lajoie and Candy Roman everlasting love and friendship. Valerie Ellis “Val” Chorus 4, Drama 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics, Radio show, Honor society, Arena Theatre, Provincetown choral society, Bren, Nance, Judy, Misty, Rangeley, Tap, Talking but mostly listening, Joe, skiing, Learning, Performing, Doing good things “Hello” Judith M. Deane “Judy” “J.D.” Track 1, Honor society 1, 4, Student Senate 4, SFVR, Sam, horseback riding, gardening, art ducks, guitar, guilting, sailing, December 1972. “Cut that out Sam!” Thank you Nancy, Brenda, Val, Steve, Betsy, and Jane. Bye. Connie Delano Visits with P.K.F. at N.H., sunshine and snow, skiing, riding, tennis, yearbook, track, watching games, overcoming quietness. “Ya Really.” “W.B. Have fun!” “You Jerk.” Mary Ellen Blatchford “M’ellen” A.F.S., 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Yearbook 4, Basketball Stat. 3, 4, Being a sports fan 1, 2, 3, 4. Swimming, biking, smiling, having a good time! “Wait a minute.” Susan Snow Friz . . Thomas Gainey President (sophomore), Secretary (junior), Vice President (senior) Sewing. Waterskiing, tennis, drinking. “I don’t want anymore.” Compliments of Wellfleet Sunoco, Route 6, Wellfleet, MA Arden’s Liquor Store, South Wellfleet, MA Liz Reynolds “Ms. Liz” “Dizzy” President 1, Drama 3. Class Con, being late, absent, suspended and detented, dancing, reading, sewing, talking, partying, Robbie, Betsy, Beth Ann, coffee shop, the parking lot, the woods. “Step into my office please.” “Hughey” “You gave me not what I wanted nor what I needed.” I leave Nauset, prepared for the rest of my life with no thanks to it. To my brother, Mrs. Longo, Mrs. Luhman and Bob Rice — much love and many thanks. Mike Rylander “Tex” " Munch” “Jake” Tennis, hockey, basketball, gymnastics, women, waterskiing, hikin’, horsing around, spending my money. “Hey Jake!” “Don’t miss the train, cause the drinks on me!” “ENJOY!” Karen Clark Bowling, dancing, running, love to write, “Okay folks.” “aya” “Sack le bleu” “Tryouts for sports could have been fairer.” “I always get soaked when it rains.” I leave to Rich after four and a half years my brother Kurtis, and Karen Clark (grade 11) her own report cards. Donna Guisto Being Italian, Connecticut, stars, individualism, everyone u.s., cheering, beach walking, honey hunting with D.S., playing the guitar, music. “Love within and you’ll begin smiling; there are brighter days ahead.” Congratulations from Cape Cod Realty and Building, Wellfleet, MA Neil Gadwa, Repair and Reconditioning of Domestic Water Pumps I Jay Gould Bob Lawless Varsity Hockey, (Captain) Lightning blades, Rice bobbies, Sink patrol and Miller Lights. I leave my decent shot to Bob Syvanen and my skating ability to Wes Brown, and my dirty jock to David Brownville. Joseph D. Porro “Joe” Paul Foley Drama 1, 2, 3, 4, Art 1, 2, 3, Photography 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Class Billiards, driving, fishing, sports “Bogus.” President 3, Radio Show 3, 4, Theatre, Money $. Driving good cars, wearing nice clothes, enjoying the better side, extravagance, being called eccentric. “You got the money, honey, I got the time.” Compliments of Denise Ann Bake Shoppe Best of luck to the Class of 1975, The Cove Salt Box, Cove Road. Alfred Chris Trautz “Chris” Basketball 1. Track 2, 3, 4, Newspaper 3, 4, Radio show 4 Surfing, skating, sledding, partying, rollin’, “That’s always good” “Yeah, really” I leave Yink this whole high school. Susan L. Eldredge Art 1, 2, 3, 4. Waking up to Sam. Candace Rob icheau “Candy” Gymnastics 2, Track 2, 3, 4 (co-captain), FNA 2, 3, 4 Reading, art, bicycling, swimming, learning to skate, cats, plants. “To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heavens.” Ecclesiastes. Compliments The Cheese Corner Good Luck from The Cloth Cottage Robert Hartley Surfing, motorcycles, meet John at the Pequod July 4, 1985. I, Robert Hartley, leave my sister to Mr. B. C. Collins Jr. Jean Marie LaPiana “Jeannie” Class Advisor 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Drama 3, 4, Radio Show 4, Yearbook 4 Dancing, monologs, rehearsals, the army ants, doing things my own way, being spoiled.“Thank-you, dear.” “-Don’t do me any favors.” Don Colby “Wally Cleaver” Surfing, good food, nothing much else. Wendy Joy White Drama 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, Class Advisor 3, Secretary 4, Track 3, Gymnastics 3, Karate 4, American Indian 4, ALG4. Tanya, going to M.J.’s, Rikki, Chris and Kim, sombreros, forgetting, going over to S R! “You can’t always get what you want, but if you try some time you just might find you get what you need.” Compliments of Cove Realty, Orleans, MA Robert P. Parson “Bob” “Rob” Running, cycling, walking fast, talking fast, eating fast, learning to skate, science, reading, writing, lots of nothing, alternately quiet and noisy, slightly crazy, moody, ostensibly pessimistic. “Good morning.” (at all times of day) “Optimism is the madness of maintaining that everything is right when it is wrong.” Dawna Hurley Student Council 2, Drama 3, 4, Art 3, 4 Notes with Chris and Mai, forgetting, animals, Jamaica, swimming, M.J.’s, sombreros, the ocean, writing, reading, poetry, the Arbor, Amber. “Don’t put off for tomorrow what you can do today, for if you enjoy it today you can do it again tomorrow.” ' pH Renee Michelle Ronan “Boppee” “Little Sis” Field hockey 3, 4, Softball 2, Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 4, Switzerland, FTA, Business club president. B.S. around the B.H., bugging Glenn Woody, being at Glenn’s, big brother big sis, hating ice cubes, Friendly’s, parties. “Neat!” “Oh my God!” “Cind, what am I going to do?” I leave Dawn R. all the tape she’ll need. Laurie M. Kroll Sewing 3, 4, Home Economics Award 3, Club Culture 1. Skiing, sewing, swimming, camping. “Take care!” Compliments of GiGi, Orleans, MA Compliments of the International Shop, Route 28, Orleans, MA John Kane “Kane” Working on the old Rust box. “Let’s roll another” Donald T. Poole Chess, “Debra”. I leave my heart to Debra; may she preserve it well in my times of strife at 4’C’s Laura Elizabeth Smith An Alternative way of learning. My house in the mountains. So much love and Happiness. Beautiful Kevin. Our freedom and our love. “Life’s most usual lesson is that when you stop smelling the flowers and hurry on somewhere, you’re doing the wrong thing”. I leave Nauset hoping that someday the structured walls will crumble and the essence of learning will emerge. Compliments of Aim Thrift Shop, Main Street, Wellfleet, MA Congratulations, Graduates, from the Southfleet Motor Inn Restaurant Dan Chambers J.V. Basketball 1, Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain Baseball 4 BHRA, BMC, OMC, Dirty Dozen, 340 Dodge, Dirt bikes. I leave my tires to the parking lot. % ■ Barbara Janice Amanda Hogan “Hogan” “B.H.” “Barb” Basketball 2, 3, 4, Art History Club 4, Track Mgr. 2 November 20, 1974, “The Maid”, being the littlest, Qp2, guitar, horseback riding, skating, “Lessons”, sardines in C building, “Filene’s”, forgetting things, writing on my hand, movies with T.C., Cacti. “I don’t get it.” “We are what we pretend to be so we must be careful about what we pretend to be.” R.B. Susan J. Townsend “Sue” Independent Study STEVEN, sewing, “The Quilt”, the S.S. window, always laughing, collect calls. “Huh?” I Sue Townsend leave Mr. O’Conner a box full of decorations; also I leave all the good times I’ve had to my brother Andy. Compliments of the News Store, Wellfleet, MA Best Wishes from Slade Agency, Wellfleet, MA r»r%j i i i l Kevin Cassidy Basketball 1, Cross Country 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Student Council 4 Hunting, Fishing, skiing (both), surfing, fish, Zappin’. “Cool as a Moose.” “I’ll annihilate you, you yink.” Kerry Mooney Art 1, 2, 3, 4. “Who are you trying to pull?” I leave Wendy Taylor all my R and D jokes. Barry Cummings “Leaky” “Teddy Bear” Hockey 2, 3, 4, Hockey Captain 4, Golf 2, 3, 4. Bowling, street hockey, Ellis’s, Rick’s house. “Some kind of hat.” “Neet! Neet!” Frank Estrada Freshman basketball, J.V. Baseball, Drama 3, 4, Karl Faivre “Karlos” Blues, booze and broads. BHRA, BMC, Dirty dozen, Raw, 64 Pontiac’s, 74 Elsinore’s. “Yup’ enough” “Fine” Robert Catlin Off to Canada ‘Good James Boardman Alison Glerum Off to Hampshire! Cindy Robicheau Track 3, 4, Plants, walking in the woods, playing my recorder. “There are more things in heaven and earth . . Mary Salts Being a doanshark, “Directory Assistance”, A trillion times, dreaming about cars I can’t have, hating the morning after, taking long lost trips, making money, finishing the phiners. “When can we go?” “Who are the Electric Prunes?” Corinne Marie Crawford “Connie” Class advisor 3, 4, Student Council 3, Radio Show 4, Drama 3, 4, Ski Club 4. Skiing, Beaching it, going mental, being organic with Bridget, listening to bad jokes in physiology, taking it all in. “Are you kidding?” Rick Turcotte The Mainstay Motor Inn, Route 6, South Wellfleet, MA Nauset Chevron Station, Route 6, Eastham, MA Vicky Hopkins “Vic” “Hop” FNA 2, Yearbook 4, Student Senate 4, Tennis, sailing, walking the beach, skating(?), FINAST! Going to concerts, Qp2, my bug, “Dukey Banana”, cruising with Ape and Les, just having a good time! “Don’t be icky”, “I’m going to be a spinster”. Pamela Jean Clark “Pam” Student council 3, 4, Class Treasurer 1, Advisor 2, AFS 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2, “Cove”, being good, enjoying life and being with friends, help, Driving too much, Hoping that college will be better. Linda Collins “Lin” “Snillo” “Rabbit” Switzerland, PMPGMS, Deutsch classes, Chinese Tortures, the pants, lafs, OBC?, B.S. in the B.H., snowstorms, “The Gangs”, Club Culture, “You think so, huh.” Skaket Beach, letters, faces, Oh, my car. Hey, face, mental, hills, Mr. Sirucek, I’ll never learn German anywhere! “Neet! Neet!” I leave Nauset wondering Wo 1st Hanno. Josh Giese Best Wishes from Crowning Glory Beauty Salon, North Eastham, MA Compliments of Robert H. Smith Insurance, North Eastham, MA Elizabeth White “Liz” Swimming, “Chuck”, dear path in Truro, waiting five years, “What are you, God’s only creation?” I Liz White leave Mary Schmidt all P’town proms, freshman receptions, yacht club dances, Truro dances and Cornhill parties. I also leave her to getting kidnapped. Mallory Anne Comins “Mallie” “Marvelous Mai” “Malibu” Art 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Advisor 1, Class V.P. 2, Being on time? Notes with Dawna and Chris, Fiat, bonging, being critical laughing with Julie and Fletcher. Being misunderstood, dancing the “nurd” “Bullet” Wellfleet? M.J’s. “You think too much” “I am not loaded” Craig Brooke Hunting, waterskiing, driving, Lynne, and pumping. Jamie Lee White “James” Student council 1, 2, 3, Advisor 4, Karate 4, Gymnastics 3, American Indian 4, ALG 4, Drama 3, 4, Kikki, Chris and Kim. M.J’s, Brewster, Tayna What? . . . Perfection doesn’t have limits . . . “Goodbye.” Best Wishes Class of ’75 from Lower Cape Typewriter Company Good Luck, Class of ’75, Jesse Maguire, Real Estate Glenn Wilcox “Wilk” “Prof’ Hockey 2 Motorcycling, karate, hunting, fishing, yelling at Booty and Stan. “You turkey and a half’ I leave all my patience to Stan Smith (alias “Smitty”) ’cause he’s going to need it for his third electronics class. Thomas Pye Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Bunnie, beat, bong, bass, smokin’, waves, T.N.U.C., F. Horn, Jeannie, blood, cars, Frizbo. Marka Finn “Magic Marka” “Marka” “Marka Marine” Drama 1, 2, 3, 4, Art 1, 2, 3, 4, Independent Art, Photography, Work Study 4. Pottery, Caligraphy, Head Foot, The Boat, Jams, Driving to Boston. Tad, Lynn, Geri, M, J, Kellie, Peg, Beth. John Hall “Skin” Bikes, Cars, good times. “Meet you at the Pequod July 4, 1985.” “Loaded again, eh, John?” I, John Hall, leave a quart of 151 to Frank Hutchings. Best Wishes from Backus and Soule, Inc. Jewelers, Orleans — Dennis Congratulations to the Class of 1975 from Boots Baggage, Inc. Francine Estelle Turcotte “Fran” “Frizbo” “Nurd” Chip, my mama and paparoo, Individualist ’74, runnin’ from Joels’ yoyo, Ahoy Jono aaaa . . ., FCA, whoosh, having a pal, squeaky . . . Drama 3, 4 “Par dey du de fargwar” “What a hairdo!” Thomas Kaine John Kearney Bahr “J.B.” “Sinep” “Honk 3” Student Senate 4, Student council 1, 2, 3, 4, Council V.P. 2, 4, Senate chairman 4, Drama 1, 2, 3, 4, Radio show 2, 3, 4, Art 1, 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2, Yearbook 1, HoJo’s 1, 2, 3, 4, Campus guide -1, 0, 2, 3, Morning announcements 3, Advisory board to the school committee 2, (A real farce). Rockin out with W.T., P.G., “Toots”, E.L.P., Gibson firebird, Ovation Acoustic, Curly, the boys at the cinema, London, “The Coop”, The Mod Squad (B T), truckin in Boston!!! Mrs. E., Blake, Sinep . . . Jake Wirth’s, Playboy club . . . Vermont, mountains, and my home. “Baliff. . . wack his_!” “L.M.!!” “Bend Over” I leave the coveted limp wrist award to Merk Scrivani, may he hold it forever! Compliments of Fuller’s Package Store Aspinet Court Cottage, Route 6, North Eastham, MA Elizabeth A. Gould “Liz” Drama 2, 3, 4, Basketball Vi, HoJo’s 2, 3, 4, Orleans Cinema Jon 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 . . . “ my car”, skating, riding, being casual, “organic” and mental, collecting Danskins. “frustration”, telling Jon, Rod, J.B. and Pete about little ducks. I leave my spectacular talent for getting caught to all the fools to follow. Sheldyn Nila Einarson “Shelli” “Eikan” “Shelby” Skating, piano, skiing, writing, R.H.H.A. Summer of ’72, strawberry, P-Town dunes, 7 7 77, D.H., Teddy Bear, Michelle-n-Pam. B.S.’in at the B.H., Nov. 23-24 getting in trouble with Cindy, Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4. “But why” “yoooo” I Shelli Einarson leave Pam Finlay all alone. Candace Roman Cheerleader 2, 4, Cheering co-captain 4, Ski Club 1, 2, Student Senate 1, Student Council 2 K.C. Anytime!, the sea, full moons, rainy nights, “tight-fits”, shutting R.O. in electric windows, Penguin, R.O. and D.L., taking each day as it comes with hope for a still better life tomorrow. “Time goes by so fast, and yet if we live each moment to it’s fullest value, that time will not pa ss.” Carla M. Haubner “Midget” Drama 3, 4, Alternative Learning Group Working at the sweat (snack) shack in the summer, silversmithing, tap dancing, camping ... I, Carla Haubner leave Ruth Colby 3 more years at this prison. (Smoking inconspicuously.) Barry Day “Slim” “Bruno” Fishing, watching the weather, Dirty Dozen. “Is that a wiggle or a broken hip?” “Pretty Horny” I leave my oil to the Nauset Parking lot. Doug Mulholland “Muldoon Dooner” “Dirty Doug” Basketball 1, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4. U. Mass., hockey, tennis, football, basketball, baseball, swimming, etc. Riding around with B.C., going to parties (What few there are), working at the rink. “I’m outa here.” I leave my hockey talent to Mr. Milbier; he could use it. I’m off to U. Mass! Diane Cowen Iguanas, going to the beach, driving around, Corvettes, B.D., guitar, piano, failing gym, being lazy. Best Wishes, Graduates, from Sea ’n’ Sand Restaurant Congratulations, you made it! Head Foot Shop, Orleans — Chatham David Corbett Cruising, beer, B.S. in the B.H., hunting for rabbits, fishing, being at Cindy’s, pumping, nothing. “Not me.” I leave to Mr. Bakker, empty Budweiser cans. Heidi Livingston Pixies, getting into it, photography, Volvo’s, Joplin, 4 to 6 a day, apricot sours, Silversmithing, HLS. Lewis Pettengill Tennis, ping-pong, driving, my hat, bicycling. “Man must look to his past to forget his future.” “Youth needs models, not critics.” “Que Pasa?” “Why!?” I leave thought to those who wish to taste it. Lynn Finlay Class Treasurer 2, 3, Class President 4, Club Culture 2, 3, Ski Club 4, Karate Club 4, Silversmithing 2, 4. Good Luck from Beth Bishop, Route 28, Orleans Congratulations from Ruthie’s Restaurant, Main Street, Orleans Elizabeth Clark “Liz” “Betsy” Track 1, cross country 2, 3, 4, Drama 3, 4, Student Director 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, R.A.C. 4, Newspaper 3, 4, Scarsdale Exchange 3. Braces for 4 years. KMC. B.L. Pett., Goats, skating, bowling Colby C. Joel Benton “Tyrone” Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Individualist 4 Drinking and skinning, T.W.G.B.E., Budweiser, bikes, bonging, Buzzzzzzz, pool, Fran, G.A., 42 D cups, The Big C, R.A.W., GMC pick-ups, skiing, licking, lapping, loving, My Santa Yoyo, F.C.A., L.S.D. “It’s not how small it is, it’s how you use it!” I, Joel Benton leave Jono the tradition. Nancy Kalinick Track 1, Honor Society 1, 4, Student Council 4, Class Treasurer 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, E.S.A., Fancy Pants, horseback riding, Gunthar. “C’est la vie.” Theresa Willis “Willy Wonka” Hanging around with R.W.T., D.A., and H.W., and of course staying out of trouble! I, Theresa Willis, leave Rhonda Wilcox the pain and agony of 3 more years at NRHS! Good Luck from Bay Sails Marine, Route 6, Wellfleet Best Wishes from the Wellfleet Pharmacy John Michel He plays the guitar like he’s ringing the bell, he also likes sports, he knows karate, (HEEE HIAH) he’s taking drama to become a funny actor some day. Well folks, J.M. told me to tell you that he loves Nauset H.S. and he hated to say Goodbye. Bob Howard “Slimy Weasel” Violin, dreamed I was an Eskimo . . . “You hear what you want to hear, and you see what you want to see.” I, Bob Howard, leave my ignorance to Leroy Brown, for he’s the biggest moron in town. Joan Richardson Margaret M. Schader “Peggy” My beach, sis, scheming, Ready Eddy?, Rix, Haw, North Carolina, New York, Canada, I.C. Arnold, karate, traveling, “And it’s one more round for experience and we’re on the road again.” Nauset Television — Sales and Service, Hilltop Plaza, Orleans Congratulations Graduates from Cape Cod Five Cent Savings Bank William Heines I [ | Brian Hubler Track 2, 3, 4, (Captain 3, 4) Riding around, lifting weights. Due to the lack of space, I won’t comment about the school. I leave the weight room to Chili and my parking space to Jon. Cheryl Contonio FTA 1, 2, Yearbook Sints, summer, partying, hating Nauset, clearing, ’72 frustration, beach, the sun, being Italian, walking. “Bye now.” Steve Oliver Driving the Magic Truck. I would like to thank Mr. and Mrs. Gray for all they have given me. Also, Mrs. Tyng and Rick. And of course, Mr. Rice. Peter Lane “Petah” Student Council 4, Student Council Treasurer 4. Fishing, organ, looking forward to the next day. I leave Nauset hoping students to come will also leave with high hopes for the future. Karen Eldredge “Kan” Gymnastics 2, Softball 2, 3 Radioscript 4, Workstudy 4 Eating, cruising, working at HOJO’s with Tricia, being mental with D.M., E.M., C.F., and P.G., and special Buicks. “I don’t know!” I, Karen Eldredge, leave all the thrills and joys to David McCarty of having to attend N.R.H.S. another boring year! April Ann Brogi “Ape” Yearbook 4, Boys Hockey Mgr. 4, Student Council 4 Nauset Beach, summer, sun, swimming, getting tan, horseback riding, bicycling, cruising around with L.I., skating, watching and playing sports. Best of Luck to the Class of 1975, Wellfleet Motel Compliments of Joseph Lema Son Market Jeffrey Putnam “Jeff’ “Put Put” Independent study, Yearbook, Ski Club, Sea Scouts. Skiing, sailing, beach combing, drinking, art, New England College. Eileen McCrum “Lobeless” Gymnastics 2, Softball 2, 3, Majorettes 3. G.C.W. “I wish it was Friday.” I Eileen McCrum, leave. Kathleen Burton “Kathy” Taking long walks by the ocean, reading, talking, doing needlework, being serious. Marie Creonte “Ree” Bobby, Strawberries, summer, trying to exist, telling people they’re in BIG trouble. “Hi now, bye now.” Good luck from David H. Bessom, Main Street, East Orleans, MA Congratulations from The Donut Shack, Route 6, North Eastham, MA Chorus 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 1, 2, Library Aide i, 2, Yearbook 3, 4, Chorus Award 3, Cape Cod Music Festival 4, Tennis, being 6 foot, trying to skate, being coordinated, being grounded! working at FINAST with Vicky, Sewing, playing with the organ (or trying to!) and laughing with Bobby. “Mrs. Howe, I have a question.” “I give up” I Roberta Cary leave my astounding knowledge of the English language to my rescuer in time of need, Mrs. Laning. Lori Michele Newcomb “Lori” Field Hockey 1, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Tennis 2, 4, All star field hockey 4, Girls State alternate 3, Chorus 4, Yearbook 4, FTA 4. Walking on the beach, riding horses, Snow’s, playing sports, R.C., sewing, cooking, movies. I leave Nauset hoping that teachers will soon find the spirit of Nauset the way some of our coaches have. Compliments of Marvin R. Townsend, Builder and Plumber, Wellfleet Compliments of R.W. Rose, Well Drilling, Wellfleet, MA Charles Howes “Werewolf’, “Merle” 450 Hondas, 66’ Olds, fishing, drinking, B.H.R.A., Dirty Dozen, R. A. W. “The girls like it!” Terri-Ann Perreault “Shorty” Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Club Culture Sewing, the beach. “How do I know!” 1 leave Donna Peterson some shoe laces for P.E. and I leave with good times and great memories. Michael George Philip Peter Radlhammer “Rat” “Mike” A.V., Stage Band. KAREN. Guitar, piano, flute, sax. tennis. V.W’s, swamping, horses, beagles, records, Sci-FI, the beach, movies, “RATS” Martha Acorn “Mart” Hockey 6 (CC’s), Vermont, mountains, full moons, procrastination, volleyball, not being in any clubs, moo cows, “Leave me alone.” “Life is forever.” Wendy Ann Underhill Lield Hockey, Basketball, and Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. Drama 4. Swimming, waterskiing, sailing, talking, laughing, eating, making bug catchers. Elephants, burning pine needles. “Beauty” " Are we out of here” “It’s been real " I, Wendy, leave Allison to catch bugs and leaves at N.R.H.S. Compliments of Scotties Cottages. You got it together. Keep it together! Mulligan Stew Jewlery Steven Ford LaBalme “Steve” Independant Study 4, National Honor Society 4, N.R.H.S. American Math institute Award, Junior Math award, Newspaper 4. Skating, bicycling, math, computer (?) “It is better to keep one’s mouth shut and let everyone think you are a fool, than to open it and remove all doubt. I used to be conceited, but now I’m perfect. Kathy Plotke “Polot” Drama 1, 2, Soccer and softball (ninth grade) Sewing, swimming, dancing “Those people are so weird.” Kim Shea “Redzo” Varsity Basketball 3, 4, J.V. Soccer 2, Varsity 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, (co-captain 4) Long walks with M.E.B., stamps, sunsets. “How’s the world treating you?” I leave Nauset’s students all the success in the world. Best Wishes from PJ’s Dari-Burger, Wellfleet, MA Best Wishes Class of ’75, Ocean Reef Gift Shop, South Wellfleet David M. Dugan Truckin’, K7-419, “Twucky”, BHRA, Dirty Dozen, R.A.W., C.F. Inc., Beaver Patrol, Party Squad, chasing L.I., stamp and coin collecting, catching butterflies, reading the Bible, Corvettes, booze, broads, getting squared away, wildness. “I’ve earned my wings.” I, David Dugan, leave my aggravation to D.C. Kenneth Langhans “Ken” Basketball, Band. ■. v y l Janet Emily Hunter “Jan” “Huntah” Drama 3, 4, Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Student council 1, 2, 3, Disliking Nauset, complaining, never in a hurry, being lazy, snapping my gum, visits to New York, Sarcasm, sick sense of humor, crutches, various ailments, Now that it’s done I’ve begun to see the reason why I’m here. I leave hoping that those students to come get more of an education than I have. Gary Woodland “Woody” Student Senate 4, Class Advisor 4, Yearbook 4, Club Culture 2, 3. Fishing, hunting, “Traci!” (not necessarily in that order) Traci Landers “T” Student Senate 4, Class Advisor 4, Yearbook 4, Club Culture 3, Oct. 31st, Dec. 12th, Hank, Rome, Switzerland, grapes. C.L., N.H., “Gary.” “I don’t care; it’s up to you!” J. Bartlett Melcher III. Suzanne and surfing Compliments to the class of 75’ from Oliver’s clay tennis court’s. Compliments of Peggy’s Yarn Shop, Route 6, Wellfleet, MA Linda Bean Doing lots of school things, reading, skating poorly, bell collecting, people 0-17 1 2, laughing, smiling, and working on happiness 0-00, craziness. “Life is as beautiful as you make it.” LIFE! Leslie Graham Ide “Shorty” Yearbook 4, Boys hockey manager 4, Sr. Advisor, Club Culture 1, 2. Nauset beach, summer sun, Parties more parties, Chatham on weekends, Avoiding D.D., bicycling, having a good time with Vic Ape. Best Wishes from Howard Johnson’s Compliments of Thayer Flowers, Inc. Doug Davis “Dudley” Working, I.A.B., B.H.R.A., Dirty Dozen “That clowns leaky” I leave all my oil spots in shop to Ken. Robert Reynolds “Bob” “Reyn” Fishing, beach riding, basketball, wood working, and the Dirty Dozen. “Oh Yah” “I leave Dion Dugan all the shots that I didn’t get!” Karen Erickson “Charlie” FTA 2, ALG 4, Class Advisor 2, 3, Student Council 3, Leather, exploring, little kids. I leave all ALG’ers a chance to grow and show them you mean business. Bay View Gardens Route 6A, West Main Street, Brewster Fresh Vegetables, Cut Flowers, Plants in Season Bayside Restaurant, Route 6A, Brewster Breakfast — Lunch — Dinner — Cocktails Christine E. Anderson “Chris” Library Aid, Newspaper, School Store, Club Culture. “Scruffy, Penguins, sunsets, listening to music, writing poems, reading, kidding with Mare and Wally, giving Mrs. N. a hard time, eating, and being myself. I, Christine Anderson, leave to Mrs. Laning and Miss Hooker, my dearest thanks for showing me the joys of Olympus. Valerie Baker “N A Wolverine” Drama 3, 4, Student Advisor 4, F.N.A. 4, Club Culture 2, 3, 4. London with Mrs. E., sniffing necks, taking showers, Mr. T.S., Kris Kringle. “Forget it.” “Excuse me.” I, Val Baker, leave for a nice day at the beach. Ilene Bassett “El Runto” Club Culture, School Store. Just being crazy and bowling. I, Ilene Bassett, leave this school to the rest of the poor suckers who have to go to it. Russell Bassett Soccer 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, Baseball 3. “Jane”, hunting. Chris Blood Photography, sound, electronics, domes and other consciousness expanding activities. “Two wrongs don’t make a right but three left do.” I leave Nauset rapidly. Greg Borges “Walt” C.Y.O. Basketball, tennis, football, T.V. nut, sunsets, trying to figure what to write in this box. Ben Buck j Work Study, Orleans Highway Department Rock Harbor Heads and Alcoholics Coop, hunting, fishing, lazing, motorcycles, singing rock, 66’ Chevy. " Play it again Sam.” Robert E. Butilier “Boot” Dirty Dozen, mechanics, baseball. I, Robert Butilier, leave my little brother Inka, the school for a playground, and my sister Cheryl, the trash cans. Donita Cordio “Dona” Haw, Rix, Sherman, Eddie, Ashley, Sis, scheming, cruisin’, yearbook, Business Club, Ice Hockey, N.H., soup, Gat. I, Dona Cordio, leave my right cheek to Wendy Taylor. Michael Dennison Nauset Today.Tomorrow the World. Joyce Doughty “Ralph” Rob, talking, sewing, giving Mr. O’Connor a hard time, BLAH! “I don’t know.” “Go to lovers hall.” To Inca I leave me as a sister-in-law. To Deb Ernie, Diana Ray I leave Lovers Hall; To Mrs. Palmer I leave all my shorthand books cause I doubt I’ll ever need them, to Sue I leave all the food, which should fill her up. To Lynn I leave a large piece of tape to shut her up. To Laurie, Bambie, Cheryl, Diana PJ I leave great memories of me. John Dubois Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, Track 2, Parking Lot 1, 2, 3, 4, Packing at the Parky. Compliments of Bill’s Sunoco, Orleans, MA Congratulations, The Glass Eye, North Eastham, MA Susan Dunshee “Sue” “Susie-Poop-Shoe” “Dan” Cooking, drawing, having fun with Dan, french, walking on the beach and dreaming. Have fun all you people who haven’t even started school here yet. “What’s up?” I leave my sister, Melinda, the joy of three more years with the vice principal. And all the really nice teachers. (HaHa). And I leave Mr. Bresnahan with two more Dunshees on the way. Sylvia Eldridge Ice Hockey ( 15), Badminton, skating, walking, being alone, thinking, poetry, eating, Jesus Christ Superstar, Doctor Zhivago, snow, doing puzzles, New York, and traveling, being happy. W. James Ferguson “Jay” “Wolfman Jack” “Wolfman” School newspaper, Library Aide, Club Culture, Christmas Party Committee. Extrapolating on my favorite things, girl watching, writing poetry, listening to music, designing and creating jewelry, cooking. My Ladies, G.T., Mickey, Friends, Hot rods, Vans, Indians, parties, “What’s ’appenin?” “A man is free when he deems himself free!” “Sleep when you have to, eat when necessary, and PARTY all the time, for Life is nothing but a party.” Cindy E. Gallant Walking, camping Brewster Junior Rescue Squad, Woolworths, Heidi, driving, ceramics. I, Cindy Gallant, leave my sister, Brenda, 4 years of disaster at N.R.H.S. Farewell! Patricia Ann Gaspar “Tricia” “Shortie” Walking on the beach, listening to music, dreaming, having fun, cruising. “What’s going on?” I leave Nauset, FINALLY!!!! Robin Gervais “Chief Crash” Swimming, skating, horseback riding, Shane. “What a rinoff!” I leave Nauset with a smile. Chris Gray “Brute” “Coolie” Art, music, guitar, jazz, a little of everything, or all except for what I hate, notes with Mai and Dawna. “You Moron!” I leave my vast knowledge of Art History to Eli, my friend and yours. Steve Hadley Basketball, football, ski club. Brenda Hall “The future Mrs. Emond” Drinking wine, horseback riding, playing guitar, being “little miss homemaker”, walking on the beach “Oh ya!” I, Brenda Hall, leave my history thought, and knowledge to Mr. Hutchings. Also, to him, my knitting. Also, I leave the Sea ’n’ Sand Restaurant” to anyone who skips first period for breakfast. Margaret A. Hall “Meg Foo” “Crash” Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, FNA 3, 4, Golf 3, 4, J. V. Field Hockey 3, 4, Ice Hockey. All sports (especially swimming), Life Guards (definitely), MY JINXED V.W. I leave Mr. O’Connor a great big “Huh What?” kiss! and Mr. Milbier something. Susan Hemmings “Sue” Future Nurses Club 4. Horseback riding, swimming, skating, biking, listening to records, Beatles, Sly, E.J., concerts. " Got a problem?” I, Sue Hemmings, leave Nauset with a sigh of relief. John Holmberg “John " , “Shy-boy” Demolay 1, 2, 3, 4, M.Y.F. 1, 2 Football, Volleyball, floor hockey, being “shy?” I, John Holmberg, leave to Mrs. Laning my knowledge of the Odyssey, and hope that it may be of some use to her. Kenneth Kelly, Jr. “Ken” Motorcycles, Karate, Coast Guard. “Bogus” Debbie Linnell “Debs” Art 1, 2, 3, 4, Silversmithing. Dan, parties, skipping classes, having a good time! 1, Debbie Linnell, leave Nauset with great pleasuer. Denise Miner “Neise” “Whammie” “Shorty” “Tired” Playing guitar, Truro, “Hit the hills”, parties, summer, looking fo a case, P-Town, Saturday, basketball games, Switzerland, A.P., B.G., E.R., P-Sptan., R.A.T.C., Nancy, Karl, wierd, boogie music, JEFFERY, Robin, the lamppost, M.V., Steak Sangria, Metuese Rose, Jivin’ Jake, pave the babe. “Going my way.” “Catch you later.” I can’t dig it.” I leave Lisa one more year of Nauset Happenings. All the seasons to live thru the year. A case of beer. We’re still looking. Michael Morse “Mike” Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Officer 3, 4, Greater Boston Youth Symphony 4, Cape Cod Symphony 2, 3, 4, Alternative Learning Group 4, Cross Country 2, 3, Statistician 2, 3. Good music, mountains, thinking, driving, eating, making music with other kids, remembering good times and looking forward to more. “You O.K., you mute.” Michael Nolin “Mike” MARTHA! Boston, S.P.-L.B.C.’s, Packing at the Packy, camping, hiking. Brenda Lee Pettengill “Bren” “Pip” “Mouse” Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Independent Study, Morning Announcements. Music, writing, being short, cutting my hair, B.C., P.H., Brown University. Susan M. Phillips “Sue” “Marie” Dean, Jumbo, stuffed animals, real animals. “Catch ya later.” “Is that so?” I leave this school hoping that others may soon graduate. Lisa Pierce “Lee” David, motorcycle riding with David, B.S. in at the B.H., swimming, fishing, my horse, Ginger, skiing, being at the beach, never staying at the drive-in, parties. I leave Nauset for good. Mark Price Basketball 1, Cross cou ntry 1, 2, 3, Band 1,2, 3,4, Band Officer 2, 3,4, C.C.M.F. 2, 3. Hiking, camping. “Slow down Mike, you walk too fast.” Don Reeves “Dandy” Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, (tri-captain 4) Waterskiing, truckin on the beach, Dirty Dozen. “Thanks Toots.” Cynthia A. Richey “Cindy” Shelli’s mom, RFB, Rov. 23 24, getting in trouble with Shelli and Linda, B.S. at the B.H., talking, snowstorms, farting, “Being fairly intelligent and a good house cleaner”, FACES. “Old Chinese Torture.” I, Cindy Richey, leave Mr. Sirucek ten turtle neck sweaters to conceal the obvious! Mike Riordan “Mikey” Varsity Baseball, 3, 4. Fishing, silver. “I’ll take my outstretched hand and offer it to anyone who comes along and tells me he’s in need of love, hope, or maybe just a friend.” Edward Schmidt Waterskiing, working for “Bob Lee” I will leave the shop teachers “B.S.” Brothers nothing. “Good Bye” Jane Studley “Stud” Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Officer 4, Orchestra 1, 2, Rainbow, Cape Cod Music Festival Music, having a good time, walking the beach. “Shut up!” “What??” “What’s going on now?” I, Jane Studley, leave Wendy Chase to Nauset!!! Raymond Tesson “Hey Tesson” Fishing, snakes, drinking, Diana. “Excuse my french.” I leave the school to the future Tessons and there’s lots of them! I leave Patrick Mr. Bakker’s BORING HISTORY CLASS! Patricia Tibbits “Tibs, Tatter, Undertakers daughter” Business Club, Club Culture Syracuse, music, afghans, walking the beach, “Peaches”, Pepper and Tiger, “Brooks.” “Oh God” “There’s nothing to do on Cape Cod.” “It’s Friday again!!!” “Betsy let’s go to Dennisport.” I, Patty Tibbits, leave Mr. Hutchings all the Cape Cod History he can handle. William Urguart “Billy” Dirty Dozen, “Moons”, streaking. Kim White “Cracker” “Spilter” “Cr asher” Horseback riding, motorcycle riding, “A”, walking the beach. “Oh Jesus.” “If you can’t be good, be good at it.” I, Kim White, leave Lisa Miner all the luck in finding a case, and see all the movies she was suppose to have seen, but never did. Holly Wilcox “Boner” Bowling, guitar, David. I, Holly Wilcox, leave forever! Best Wishes, Eastham Sunoco Service, North Eastham, MA Sales Rentals Roma Vautrinot, Realtor North Eastham, MA gw Many thanks to the class of 78’ Much appreciation to the class of 77’ I Thanks to the Spirit of 76’ Thank you, class of 75’ Class of 1975 — Laziest Congratulations Graduates from the Sandpiper Restaurant, North Eastham Compliments of Hopper Real Estate, North Eastham Pictures Thanks to the Macmillan Company for the use of JONATHAN LIVINGSTON SEAGULL quotes 1975 NAUSET TIDES PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Fallstrom Lewis Reis Lucy and Jack Schwarz Mrs. Raymond Baron Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dodge Ann M. Vaughan R. W. Rose Andy and Willo Townsend Brewster Store and Meat Shop Brewster Variety Brewster Garage Heinrich Sirucek Clifford O’Connor Mr. and Mrs. David Luhmann Mr. and Mrs. David Gates Dr. and Mrs. David W. Gessford Mr. and Mrs. Leo Miller Mr. Paul Chamberlin Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Caldwell Mrs. David Howe Joyce P. Roche Ruth E. Olson Mrs. Suzanne Moulton Mrs. Mary Berrio Mrs. Anne M. Stout Mr. and Mrs. James J. Demetri Miss Joyce Macdonald Dr. and Mrs. Charles J. Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kalinick Mr. and Mrs. James Scanlon Diane Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Milbier Susan Polenick Mr. and Mrs. Vincent P. Bresnahan Don and Christina Bakker Shirley and Paul Longo Mr. and Mrs. John Gray Mr. and Mrs. David Laning Stanley Smith William D. McCaskie Dominique and Nanki-Poo Miss Rita Mousseau Mr. and Mrs. Bernard C. Collins Bob and Poppy Miss Donna Ferry Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. James Yeutter Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Erickson Mr. and Mrs. James E. Owens Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Brookshire Mr. and Mrs. George Morrison Barbara Schoenbaum Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Hutchings Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Wiatrowski Alice, Jenny, and Mashi Charles and Evelyn Beals Mr. and Mrs. Louie A. Benner Mr. and Mrs. George H. Clark Mr. and Mrs. David F. Currier Mrs. George E. Gould Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Guisto Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hansen Mr. and Mrs. Fritz C. Haubner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Hooper Gregory E. Hubler Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Hunter The Bruce Jamieson’s Irving M. King, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick G. Lavigne Ms. Jeanne M. Lawless Mr. and Mrs. Dan Levasseur Mr. and Mrs. A. Henry Nickerson Jane Poole Donald Poole Caroline Poole Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Putnam Mr. and Mrs. M. Radlhammer Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy F. Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ronan Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Shenkin Mr. Eric Sorensen Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Tibbits Mr. and Mrs. James White and Family Barbara Chako Mrs. Janet Palmer Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Finlay Mrs. Eleanor Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Donald Campbell Virginia Emerson Harold Lamprey Bob Rice Mr. and Mrs. Frank V. Daly Mr. and Mrs. Victor M. Hogan Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln A. Brogi Mr. Sheldon N. Brier Vicky Hopkins P. Ford Labalme Mr. and Mrs. George Rucker Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Faivre Mr. and Mrs. Warren C. 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