Newport High School - Tiger Yearbook (Newport, NH)
- Class of 1971
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Gary likes steak, skiing, and Karen but dislikes
Mt. climbing, pessimists, and critical people.
Activities: Class Treasurer 2: Library Club 1, 25
Science Club 4: Drama Club 4: Senior Play 41
Musical 1: State Library fV.P.J 1, 27 Jr. Prize
Speaking 3: Radio Announcer 3, 4: Yearbook
Staff 4, Ambition: Lawyer
Bob likes camping, traveling, and nice people
but dislikes mobs of people, lazy people, and
dirty people. Activities: Football 1, 2: Track 1,
3: Cross Country 3: Musical 3: All-State 3, 4:
Chorus 3, 4. Ambition: To be a bachelor
Jennie likes badminton, horses, and G.B. but
dislikes conceited people and work. Ambition:
Working with children
Gordan likes driving, TV, and hunting but dis-
likes to make telephone calls. Ambition: Custoe
Bob likes snowmobiling, sports, and girls but
dislikes school. Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 4.
Ambition: To succeed in something l like
Paula likes cars, horses, and boys but dislikes
homework, reading, and English. Activities:
Yearbook Staff 4. Ambition: Work
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warm beer. Activities: Football 1. Ambition: Dee likes Dick' Tina' and good times but dis. Activities: Baseball 3- Ambition: Have a good
Travel. Q likes arguments, getting up, and long hair. Ac- life
Bob 'IRES dfag faces- Snowmobiles. and One tivities: Yearbook Staff 4. Ambition: To live a Ronald likes girls and girls legs but dislikes
Cenaln Sl" buf dis""e" Wifi hlgh dass Pe0P'e' fwfmal life English. Activities' Baseball 3. Ambition: work
and Slow CSVS- Afflbifmnf Artist Donald likes butter and girls but dislikes liquor.
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Larry likes hunting, fishing, pizza but dislikes
boring English classes, tea, rice. Activities:
Cross Country 13 Football 2: Track 2. Ambition:
See the States
Anita likes Bob, Camaros, popcorn but dislikes
snobs, tripe, fakes. Activities: Field Hockey 1,
2, 3, 4 Ccapt. 43: Softball 1: Drama Club 4:
Ski-Team 3, 4: Yearbook Staff 45 Class V.P. 4.
Ambition: To be able to make gravy that isn't
runny and that tastes like something
John likes girls, drinking, cars but dislikes po-
licemen, judges, spinach. Ambition: Stay out
Louie likes motorcycles, cars, and cold beer
but dislikes girls, Honda's and hot beer. Activi-
ties: Wrestling 3. Ambition: Auto and motorcy-
Jon likes apple pie, Mom, and the American
Flag but dislikes draft, fascists, and mince pie.
Activities: Band 2, 3: Student Council fV.P.J 3:
Newspaper 3, 4: Yearbook photo editor 4:
Drama 4: Musical 2: Track 2.
Debi likes Ray's smile, Autumn, and pizza but
dislikes being told what to do, gossip. and ket-
Debra Eaton Steven Edes
chup. Activities: Orange Key 3: l-rench Club Z,
33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Yearbook Staff 4. Ambition: To
make a special someone happy
Steve likes skiing, people, and food but dislikes
Physics, work, and SHOES! Activities: Basket-
ball 1: Ski Team 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Class
Pres. 1, 43 Boys State 3. Ambition: College
Steve likes girls, cars, and cycles but dislikes
snobs, seafoods, nosyness. Ambition: Service
Linda likes Bob, music, and Fridays but dislikes
spoiled brats, war, and Mondays. Activities:
Softball 2: FTA 2, 3, 4 CV.P. 3, Pres. 45: Drama
Club 4 QV.P.Q: Yearbook Staff 4, Senior Play 4.
Cyndy likes 5a-4-2-c-2, Simon 8t Garfunkel, and
standing ovations but dislikes cafeteria,
Polka-dot-Hondas, and humidity. Activities:
Orange Key 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3: Musical 3: Year-
book Staff 4: Senior Play 4: Newspaper 4.
Timothy GaNun John Gardner Susan Germ
Irene Hagianis Anthony Herbert Cathy Hebert
Tim likes Ann, snowmobiles, and skiing but
dislikes homework, science, and term papers.
Activities: French Club 2. Ambition: Civil engi-
John likes skiing girls, and music but dislikes
albino beans, flat tires, and work. Activities:
Chorus 3, 43 Boys Glee Club 3. Ambition: Elec-
Sue likes people and outdoors but dislikes
conceited people and computers. Activities:
Majorettes 1, 23 Field Hockey 2, Basketball 3:
flrange Key 4: Yearbook Staff 4. Ambition: Col-
Eunlce likes music, sports, and snowmobiling
but dislikes Snobs, homework, and oral re-
ports. Ambition: Hairdressing
Dick likes cars and pizza but dislikes English
and orders. Ambition: Automotive
Bob likes football, skiing, and drinking but dis-
likes cops, Newport, and grubs. Activities:
Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Ski Team 2. Ambition:
Rene likes Ronnie, nature, wine but dislikes
hypocrites. Activities: Drama Club 4. Ambition:
Tony likes parties, water skiing, and girls but
dislikes fighting and warm beer. Activities:
With Opal's dress, Tina is everybody's best all-around!
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 CCo-Captainjg Basketball 1,
2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Boys State 3. Ambi-
Cathy likes skiing, snow, and sewing but dis-
likes snobs, waiting, and fake people. Activi-
ties: Field Hockey 1, 2, 35 Softball 1: Ski Team
3: Orange Key 3, 4. Ambition: Foreign Legion
Dick likes snowmobiles, hunting, and camping
but dislikes crowds, homework, and big cities.
Howie likes Jill, French fries, and Schlitz but
dislikes cold cars, homework, and Rand's
Pond. Activities: Baseball 2: Class V.P. 3:
Track 4. Ambition: To make Jill happy
Larry likes parties, people, and the outdoors
but dislikes conceit, fanatics, and idleness.
Activities: Basketball 1, 2: Track 1, 3, 4: Class
Pres. 2: French Club 2, 3: National Honor So-
ciety 4g Student.Council CClass Rep.J 1, 3.
Ambition: To fully understand people
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Phil likes Karin, football, and booze but dis-
likes work, cigarettes, and cafeteria food. Ac-
tivities: Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3. 4. Ambi-
Cathy likes parties, skiing and meeting people
but dislikes war and fighting. Activities:
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Frenbh Club 2, 3: Na-
tional Honor Society 3, 4p Yearbook Staff 43
Class V.P. 2: Class Pres. 3, Student Council 3.
Ambition: To be happy
Janet likes Gary, Windsor, and drive-ins but
dislikes Mondays, bucket seats, and Sunday
nights. Activities: Yearbook Staff 43 Orange
Key 4. Ambition: Marriage
Ed likes pizza, English, and Sharon Rego but
dislikes lima beans, gym class, and opera. Ac-
tivities: Band 2: Chorus 4, Boys' State 3. Ambi-
tion: Physical therapist
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mism but dislikes pessismism and those insen-
sitive to anything except themselves. Activities:
Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4: Wind Ensemble
3, 4: Drama Club 4: Senior Play 4: Musical 1,
2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: Newspaper 3: J.V.
Basketball 2. Ambition: To first understand
myself so that I may better understand others
Betty likes skating, softball, and a certain boy
but dislikes certain sports and speed-deemers.
Activities: Softball 3: Basketball 3: Girls Glee
Club 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4: Library Club 3, 4. Ambi-
tion: Going to nursing school
Mary likes a certain person, swimming, and
pizza but dislikes people who won't listen to
others and snobs. Ambition: To live every min-
ute of my life in total happiness
Ann likes Dylan, Shakespeare, and wine but
dislikes concrete and steel. Activities: Band 1,
2, 3: Chorus 4: Drama Club 2, 3.4: Senior Play
4. Ambition: To capture a unicorn
Pete likes sports, quiet girls, and no homework
but dislikes red heads, Physics, and loud
mouth girls. Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3. Ambi-
tion: Succeed in life
Debbie likes football, skiing, and constant ac-
tivity but dislikes white socks, Physics, and old
age. Activities: Track 1, 3. 4: Cheerleading 1.
2. 3. 4 Chead 45: Student Council 1, 3: FTA 1.
2, 3, 4: Practice teacher 3: French Club 2, 3, 4:
Newspaper 4: National Honor Society 2. 3, 4:
Musical 3: Yearbook Staff 4, Ambition: To be a
Leo likes stock car racing. motorcycles, and
girls but dislikes pizza, working six days a
week, and skiing. Activities: Band 1. Ambition:
To be a stock car driver
Ann likes car horns, peoples' problems, and
talking but dislikes English and winter. Activi-
ties: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Orange Key 3, 4: Yearbook
Staff 4: Senior Play 4
Ken likes Diana, food, and cars but dislikes
conceited people and small cars. Activities:
Basketball 4. Ambition: Work
Dona likes Richie Haven, skiing, and smoky
rooms but dislikes late people. being tickled,
and sarcasm. Activities: Majorettes 1, 2: Ski
Team 3: French Club 2, 3, 4: Class Treas. 1:
Drama Club 4: Orange Key 4,
Carla likes skiing, boys, and people who laugh
a lot but dislikes Physics. diets, and loudness,
Activities: Track 1, 2: Field Hockey 2: Yearbook
Staff 4. Ambition: Teacher
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Speaking 3. Ambition: College
Sue likes reading, yellow, and skiing but dis-
likes self-righteous people, boredom, and fig
newtons. Activities: J.V. Basketball 1: Band 1,
2, 3: Drama Club 1. 4: Pep-Band 3: Literary
Magazine 35 Chorus 43 Yearbook Staff 43 News-
paper 43 Senior Play 4. Ambition: To be with
Dick likes cars, Budweiser, and girls but dis-
likes slow cars, warm beer, and oral reports.
Activities: Baseball 1: Band 1, 2: Cross-Country
2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To outsmart
Bob likes cars and girls but dislikes parties
with cops. Activities: Football 1: Cross-Country
2: Ambition: To outsmart the cops
Bruce likes girls, sports, and people in general
but dislikes dishonesty. Activities: Football 1,
2, 3, 43 Ski-Team 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2. 3, 4:
French Club 1, 2: Musical 33 Senior Play 43
Boys State 3: Chorus 4. Ambition: College
Priscilla likes travel and Texas but dislikes war.
Activities: Student Librarian 13 Newspaper
staff 23 Orange Key 3, 4: Yearbook Staff 4:
Senior Play 4. Ambition: VISTA
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Pat likes Madaleen, money, and life but dis-
likes greassers, pigs, and Claremont. Activi-
ties: Football 1, 2: Ski-Team 2: Wrestling 3.
Ambition: Do what I want to
Irene likes horse back riding, some boy, and
swimming but dislikes long hair on boys,
stuck-up people, and oral reports. Ambition:
Ivy likes horses and dogs but dislikes boys with
long hair. Ambition: To travel all over
Mary Jane likes reading, climbing mountains,
and swimming but dislikes people who argue,
term papers, and sick jokes. Activities: French
Club, 1, 2, 3: Science Club 4: Yearbook Staff 4.
Ambition: To live and be myself
Monte likes parties, girls, and sports cars but
dislikes E's. Activities: Class Pres. 1: Football
1: Chess Club 1, 2: Student Council 1: Newspa-
per Staff 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Musicals 1, 2:
Drama Club 4: Senior Play 4: Poster Club 4.
Monte Perry Stephen Perry Elizabeth Phillips
Steve likes cars, girls, and carpentry but dis-
likes girls that bleach their hair and six cylin-
der cars. Ambition: Carpenter
Liz likes Arne, long walks and Fall but dislikes
competitive people, insecurity and Sundays.
Activities: FTA 1, 2: Cheerleading 1: Track 1:
Yearbook Staff 4: Senior Play 4: French Club 2,
3: Orange Key 3, 4. Ambition: To succeed in
whatever I do
Mike likes sports, lunch, and friends but dis-
likes French. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4:
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Golf 1, 2, 3: National
Honor Society Ctreas.J 4: Boy's State 3. Ambi-
tion: To be a civil engineer
Kathy likes dancing, skiing, and music but dis-
likes pink, recitals COpening Nighty, and
snobs. Activities: French Club 2, 3: Band 1, 2,
3: Newspaper 4: Chorus 4: Yearbook Staff 4:
Glee Club 3: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4:
Drama Club 1, 4. Ambition: Teach dance
Debbie likes reading, records, and helping
people but dislikes stuck-up people and doing
dishes. Ambition: Travel
Connie likes people, Nixon, and boys with
bobby socks but dislikes people who are not
nice. Activities: Drama Club 2, 3, 4: Yearbook
Staff 45 Senior Play 4: Basektball 1, 35 French
Club 2, 3g Chorus 43 Newspaper 4
Loralee likes experiencing and traveling but
dislikes authority, rumors, and people that lie.
Activities: Cheerleader 13 Orange Key 35 Drama
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Club 45 Yearbook Staff 4. Ambition: To live off
the fat of the land
Sharon likes fall, good friends, and painting
but dislikes snobs, homework, and hypocrites.
Activities: Orange Key 3: Drama Club 4: Senior
Play 45 Yearbook Staff CAsst. Ed.j. Ambition:
To be completely happy
Mitch likes wine, women, songs but dislikes
snobs, homework, and warm beer. Activities:
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 CCapt. 43: Basketball 1, 2, 3,
4: Track 1. 2, 3, 43 Student Council Pres. 4.
Ambition: Devotion to make society a better
place to live
Duke likes motorcycles, guitars, and a lot of
free living. Ambition: Motorcycle Racer
Ernie likes Chevys, races, and Phoenix but dis-
likes oral reports, cold weather, and coffee.
Activities: Cross-Country Manager 1. Ambition:
To see the world
Dick likes cars. cycles and girls but dislikes
front-end machines and hard teachers. Ambi-
tion: Automotive Mechanic
Kim likes listening to records, food, and Dylan
but dislikes homework and working. Activities:
Band 1, 2, Chorus 1, 23 Prize Speaking 3: Se-
nior Play 4: Drama Club 4: Radio Announcer 3,
45 Science Club 43 Yearbook Staff 4. Ambition:
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Betty likes snow, people, and Italian food but
dislikes snakes, snobs, and asparagus. Activi-
ties: Softball 1, 3: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 49
Drama Club 4: Yearbook Staff 4. Ambition:
College and to travel
Lenny likes grinders, Saabs and sports but dis-
likes snobs, conceited people and fairies. Activ-
ities: Baseball 1, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
Ambition: Go to college
Marleen likes food, life, and Teddy bears but
dislikes a certain C.A. in Goshen, White Moun-
tains and frogs. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3: Field
Hockey 3: Yearbook Staff 4. Ambition: To live a
full, carefree life
Paul likes Patryc, basketball and baseball but
dislikes winter, conceited people and colds.
Activities: Cross Country 4: Football 1: Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4: CCo-captain 45: Baseball 1, 2, 3,
4. Ambition: Marriage and to make a go of
everything l attempt to do
Sharon likes boys, summers, and stuffed ani-
mals but dislikes housework, essays, and win-
ter. Activities: Basketball 2, 3: Yearbook Staff
4: Librarian 1, 2. Ambition: Marriage
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Sally likes Mike, hunting and complaining but
dislikes liver and know-it-all people. Ambition:
Peace Corps and make Mike happy
Linda likes sewing, fast cars, and being mean
but dislikes people who brag. Activities: Library
Staff 3. Ambition: Nurse and good wife
Tina likes food, football, and people who care
but dislikes waiting, carrots, and conceit. Activ-
ities: Student Council 2, 3 ftreas. 31, National
Honor Society 2, 3, 4: FTA 1, 2, 33 Girl's State
3: French Club 2, 33 Newspaper 45 Cheerlead-
ing 1, 2, 35 Class Sec. 4, Yearbook 43 Senior
Play 43 Orange Key 4, Practice teacher 35 Class
Marshall 3. Ambition: To live a happy and
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Paul Taylor Beverly Tellor Cynthia Theall
Richard Tompkins Linda Trenholm Ronnie Walker
Deanie likes Rob, snow, and furry animals but
dislikes liver, speeding, and spiders. Activities:
Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 4 Csoloist 2, head 413 French
Club 2, 3, 4: FTA 3, 43 National Honor Society
2, 3, 4: Senior Play 43 St. Paul's 35 Math Club
2, 43 Practice teacher 3: Student Council Rep.
3. Ambition: Teacher
Paul likes Cathy, Friday nights, and dancing
but dislikes drinking and English. Ambition: Go
Bev likes writing, St. Bernards, and foggy
nights but dislikes pickled tripe, being shut up,
and summers. Activities: Science Club 4: The-
ater Associates 4: Musical 3, 4: Senior Play 4.
Ambition: Write a book
Cindy likes St. Paul's, photography and life but
dislikes phony people, trigger-happy hunters,
and coffee. Activities: Newspaper 1, 23 French
Club 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4
CSec. 3, Pres. 433 Jr. Library Trustee 2, 3, 45
Math Club 2, 3, 47 Yearbook Staff Ceditory 43
Science Club 4: American Legion Oratorical
Contest 3: Model UN 3: St. PauI's 3. Ambi-
tion: Zoologist or Ecologist
Steve likes motorcycles, conversation, and
money but dislikes conceited people, hard
work, authority. Activities: Chess Club 1, 2:
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Gold Team 2, 3: IVlath Club 4. Ambition: Col-
Dik likes girls, organs, and skiing but dislikes
bad transmissions, big shots, and boring days.
Activities: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Library Trustee
3: Men's Glee Club 3: Drama Club 4.
Linda likes competition, food, and slacks but
dislikes Physics, losing, and homework. Activi-
ties: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3,
4: Softball 2: Track and Field 1, 3, 4, French
Club 2, 33 FTA 3, 4: Orange Key 4: Yearbook
Staff 43 Practice teacher 3: Senior Play 4. Am-
bition: Major in Physical Education at E.S.S.C.
Ronnie likes Triumphs, Corvette Stingray, and
nudist colonies but dislikes 450 Hondas, Volks-
wagons and midi and maxi skirts. Activities:
Yearbook Staff CBus. Managerj 45 Jr. Prize-
speaking 3. Ambition: Almost none at all
Jim likes pizza, football, and parties but dis-
likes conceited people, olives, and baseball.
Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3,
43 Track and Field 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Mason
or Fish and Game
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Sylvia likes swimming, dancing and a certain
boy but dislikes conceitedness, war and trou-
blemakers. Activities: Band 2. Ambition: Air
Kathie likes Fred, babies and pizza but dislikes
snow, French fries and English. Activities:
Yearbook Staff 4. Ambition: To be a good wife
Martha likes pizza, French food and horses but
dislikes snobs, math and liver. Activities: Or-
ange Key 3: French Club 2, 3. Ambition: Nurs-
Martha likes to have fun, eat, and snowmobil-
ing but dislikes spiders, snobs, and history.
Activities: Softball 1, French Club 2, Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To earn money and
Frank likes skiing, fast cars and Oldsmobiles
but dislikes '64 Chevelles, short hair and Clare-
mont. Activities: Baseball 1: Football 1. Ambi-
tion: Work in forestry, travel
Marsha likes pizza, old fashion and clothes but
about reading and succeeding?
dislikes work, and Oldsmobiles. Activities:
Hockey 1, 2, 3. Ambition: Return to Germany
Dana likes cars, horses, and hunting but dis-
likes work and school. Ambition: To get a good
i-larriet likes Mike, parties, and skiing but dis-
likes homework, asparagus, and old age. Ac-
tivities: Field Hockey 13 Orange Key CPres.J
3, 43 Yearbook Staff 4, Senior Play 4: National
Honor Society 4. Ambition: X-Ray Technician
Charlene likes Bruce, spaghetti, and St. Ber-
nards but dislikes parties, dances, and chicken.
Activities: Band 1, 2. Ambition: Nurse
Lanea likes skiing, warm beaches, and anyone
unashamed of themselves, but dislikes stump
roots and peanut-crispie crunch bars. Activi-
ties: French Club 2, 3, 43 National Honor So-
ciety, 2, 3, 43 Newspaper 3, 4: Student Council
Sec. 43 Drama Club 3, 43 Yearbook 4: Math
Contests 2, 3, 4: Model U.N. 3: Senior Play 4.
Newport's First National Merit Finalist.
Ambition: To hurt others as little as possible
Darian likes girls, my vessel, and C.F., but dis-
likes proud people, albino beans. Activities:
Chorus 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Musical 2, 3:
Library Trustee 3: Drama Club 4. Ambition: To
be Darian Young
Darlene likes food and good cooks but dislikes
getting up in the morning. Activities: J.V. Cheer-
leader 1: Varsity Cheerleader 23 Softball 2:
Track 3, 4: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4
CSec.Jg Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: French
Club 2, 3, Drama Club 4: Senior Play 4: Ju-
nior Prize Speaking 3, Yearbook Staff 4: Jr.
Library Trustee 33 F.T.A. 3, 4. Ambition: Teacher
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hanging out in the local GARBAGE
CANN, are Anita Bagley, Vice President,
Tina Tarullo, Secretary, Joanne Nlullen,
Treasurer, and Steve Edes, President,
Defender of the Faith, King, etc., etc.
While the foursome unselfishly guide
the class of '71, our fearless adviser,
Mr. Thurlow, is quietly reading a news-
paper, thinking profound CPROFOUNDD
, Getting your energy for the big game?'
Outstanding New Hampshire Teenager
In ceremonies conducted at the State House. Cindy was presented a trophy by Gover-
nor Peterson and named the Outstanding New Hampshire Teenager for 1971. She will
now enter national competition where one boy and one girl will be selected as National
Cindy has also been outstanding at Newport High School. While maintaining a high
scholastic record, she has participated in ma ny activities and has won many awards.
She attended St. Paul's School in the Advanced Studies Program last summer, major'
ing in biology and becoming a ranking scholar. She was selected to be Newport's entrant
in the DAR good citizenship contest and placed in the top 12 in the state. Cindy was re-
cently named Betty Crocker Homemaker oi Tomorrow.
Last year she participated in the Model United Nations Assembly program at Plymouth
State College and placed first in the local American Legion Oratorical contest.
Cindy has been a member of the National Honor Society since she became eligible in
her sophomore year. As a junior she was secretary of the schools chapter and this year
she serves as its president, She has received medals for being the outstanding student in
the entire school in English, chemistry, and biology.
Other subject area activities include competing on the school's math team for the past
three years, working on the school newspaper staff until the end of her junior year and
then becoming editor ol her senior yearbook. She has been nominated for an award by
the American Yearbook Company for her outstanding work as editor of the Tiger.
She belongs to the French Club and the Probe and Scalpel Society Cscience clubj, Last
year she worked on the Junior Hoe-down Committee and this year she is assisting with
the Senior Prom. She has been a Junior Library Trustee of Richards Free Library since
the tenth grade.
Outside ol school. Cindy has been associated with 4-H activities since 1966. She has
served as secretary, president, and junior leader in clothing for the club to which she has
Her hobbies include photography, collecting Qeverythingj, sewing, and reading
Since the seventh grade, our
class has been infiltrated by that
intelligent, musical, corny-joke
girl, Connie Lawthers and al-
though her family moved to Wat-
erloo, N.Y., she was very much a
part of the class of '71. She was
active in various clubs at New-
port High and extremely inter-
ested in singing and music, at-
tending All-State and All-New
England and cast as Kim Mac-
Afee in Bye Bye Birdie. She parti-
cipated in the 1970 St. PauI's
summer session and plans to
attend Goucher College in lVlary-
land. Noted for her drawing abili-
ty, creativity, allergies, and that
favorite saying "Whoopee pick-
le", Connie will remain a friend
of many and continue to amaze
and inspire others.
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Through the efforts of the 1969-70 Student
Council, the International Fellowship Organization,
and the Roland Taylor family, Jorge Vincent Fa-
jardo traveled from Ecuador to Newport on Febru-
ary 14, 1970. Called by the second name in his
own country, Vincent soon acquired the nickname
Vince and an extra 20 pounds from the food, his
favorites being hamburgers and M8tM's. Vince
liked sports, experiencing snow and ice-skating
for the first time. He also enjoyed fooling around,
modern rock music, grocery shopping, ironing his
own clothes and cooking pancakes. Deanie Taylor
describes him as "lazy when it came to work" but
he had a great sense of humor in getting out of
work and in outwitting members of the Taylor
family. While in the U,S., Vince saw the Ice Follies
and later claimed to be Peggy FIemming's brother
when he returned home! He entertained friends
with his Latin American style on the drums, piano,
organ, and guitar. Wnce wants to return to live in
the United States after graduation and become an
airplane pilot - however, he has to take pills be-
fore a flight for airsickness! Vince became a great
part of the class of '71, even though he was here
for a short 3 months, and we wish him the best of
America in his future.
Teaching in Newport is a fascinating experience . . . The school is small enough so that
personal relationships may be established and yet it is large enough so that one can meet stu-
dents from a huge range of intellectual, social, and economic backgrounds . . . The six years
that I have been here have been the most meaningful, rewarding years of my life and I would
not want to be anywhere else . . . I have found seniors to be a most interesting and challeng-
ing group of people QWTJ . . . learning is experience . . . at best we can help the student to
learn how to learn . . . an important element of education is exposure . . . introduce ideas,
philosophies, trends in culture, and forms of expression to the individual student QCMJ . . .
Ce n'est pas assez d'avoir l'esprit bon, mais le principal est de l'appIiquer bien 1DesCartesJ
QMWT . . . Teaching is a people orientated profession CCTJ . . . A school's attitude toward its
responsibilities to its young people can follow two paths: C11 one of rigid tradition - molding
its young people to fit traditional curricula patterns or C25 one of flexible innovation which
seeks out varied curricula patterns to benefit its young people as persons . . . it is because
I believe that Newport High School is presently alert to more flexibility that I find teaching
here exciting, challenging, and rewarding . . . challenging . . . exciting . . . young people are
the greatest . . . frustrating flack of time and spacej . . . student oriented . . . flexible . . .
aware QANONJ . . . walking through the halls in Newport High School is not unlike trying to
drive into Boston during rush hour . . . Teaching: so much, by so many, for so few QRBGJ
. . . Teaching is an experience which boggles the mind . . . any teacher who attempts to do
his job thoroughly will find himself faced with six hours of paperwork per day added to his
six classroom hours . . . It certainly is no place for the perfectionist . . . Newport teachers
carry the average class and duty assignment, meaning that they are totally unable to cope
intelligently with the situation QPSJ . . . teaching is rewarding, discouraging, challenging,
drudgery . . . where the action is . . . a waste of time . . . enjoyable . . . a real hassle CJBQ . . .
You have been teacher, counselor, and friend to us
Your services have so much helped the Newport High
Newport High School will always mean more to us for
your having been identified with it
of these and many other qualities, we, the class of
1971, dedicate our yearbook to you, Mr. James Ball
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Mr Walluams Guidance Dlrector
Mr. Buinicky - Principal
Mrs. Lewko - Secretary
Mr Sokul Assistant Superintendent
Mr. Ball - Guidance Counselor
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M. Smith, K. St. Cyr, D. Newton, J. Mullen, T. Tarullo, J. Morrow, D.
Martin, L. Trenholm, C. McKenney, E. Phillips, A. Leone.
G. Newton, D. Young, S. Nordholm, B. Sichol, J. King.
The officers are S. Rego, Assistant Editor, C. Theall, Editor: J. Ducharme
Photo. Editor, Also, R. Walker, Business Manager.
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Typists include C. Freeman, P. Berquist, D. Clement, S. Spooner, R. Alto, K. Webster
This year's staff has broken from traditional
yearbook design and has introduced many origi-
nal ideas in layout and photography. The mem-
bers extend their thanks to Nlrs. Heath, lVlr.
Houle, Nlr. Flanagan of the American Yearbook
Company, the many photographers and techni-
cal people at Stevens Studio who aided in creat-
ing this book of memories for the year of years
Flewelling, H. Winter, K. Pollari, M. Perry, M. Anastos, L. Witkus, L. Rannisto,
n . DECEMBER 20 1969
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Newport High School Cafetorium
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THE FOX CHASE
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busy during the
last twelve years
and it looks like
Seniors had a
head start even
at second grade Grade Glimpses! Some
of us traveled to the Museum of Science
in Boston in the eighth grade and, yes,
that is Monte with the Coke bottle. Miss
Oliver and Mr. Anderson's stage talent
brought out the hams in the play "Why
Teachers Go Nuts" and with that cast of
thousands Qactually fifteenj it's no won-
der the teachers go nuts! Running
through dances here and there, the
eighth grade "Snoopy Dance" and var-
ious other successes and failures
throughout junior high and high school,
our turn appeared to put on the Junior
Christmas Dance. After the general
hoopla of disorganization, the class of
'71 finally unveiled "On a December
Night . . ." Amid the spring thaw and
doubtful minds, the class once again
dug themselves out of the snow and
created the Junior Bizarre, complete
with that controversial piano smash.
And we have Mr. R. Barry Genzlinger to
thank for his mind stirring.
Now we are Seniors!
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The senior class of 1970 produced the play STRANGE
BEDFELLOWS on two successive evenings, November 20
and 21. Although it is set in the 189O's, its theme of
women's rights is relevant today.
Ex-Senator, William Cromwell lives happily in his Nob
Hill mansion with his wife Julia, daughter Addie, and her
husband Gifford and their children Lillian and Nicky.
The peace is broken when young Senator Mat Crom-
well comes home for reelection with Clarissa Blynn - a
suffragette leader - as his WIFE! Everyone in the house
is against change in women's status - even Ling, the
cook. The Senator bellows more than usual. Lillian's boy-
friend, Vince, is Uunalterably opposed." Addie is glad to
be dominated by Gifford. Julia is patient.
Then the personage of Tillie Sparker, straight from the
Barbary Coast informs Addie where much of the money
for her anti-suffrage group comes from and war is de-
clared. lt is every woman from Julia to Beulah, the maid,
against the men.
As the last scene closes, it appears the weaker sex has
won. Tillie and friends give Clarissa the proof she needed
- a list of who really owned the red light district! The
yellow ribbons have tied the Senator up and he is now
rather humble. "Walnuts?"
The entire cast extends their gratitude to Lanea Wit-
kus, assistant director, the crew that worked behind the
scenes, and especially to "The Strangest Bedfellow,"
Charles H. Massey, director and designer, for making the
play a huge success.
THE CAST: Mrs. Worley - Nadine Taylor: Mayor Tibbets - Gary Bagleyf Addie Cromwell Hampton - Ann Leone, Mrs. Tillie Sparker Connie
Mrs. Gimble - Joanne Mullen, Vincent Pemberton Ill - Bruce Pariseau: Pouliosg Nicky Hampton - Roger Edezfiuby - Beverly Tellor Birdie
Lillian Hampton - Susan Nordholmc Sen- William cl'0mWell - MOFHG Harriet Winter, Opal - Tina Tarullo, Zita - Liz Phillips Ling Robert
Perry: Julia Cromwell - Ethel Krauss: Matthew Cromwell - Steve Edes, Guimondg Beulah .- qfndy Freeman
Clarissa Blynn Cromwell - Sharon Rego, Gifford Hampton - Kim StCyr2
E. Koski, D.
B. Duncan, C.
Edes, M. Vaine,
L. LaValley, D.
Tellor, T. Shank,
Astronomy students are Mr. Stetson, adviser: S. Nordholm, G. Williamson, N. Jarvis, D.
Lader, W. Boyle, T. Annala, D. O'Clair, R. Taylor, A. Orcutt, P. Pockett, D. Young, C.
Chamberlain, D. Wilcox.
Ecological Research students are G. Bagley, B.
Tellor, K. St. Cyr, C. Fortune, C. Theall, Mr.
Niboli, adviser. Also, M. J. Perry.
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For the past four years, Newport math students have traveled to
various schools throughout the area to compete with eleven other
teams in the regional mathematics contests. This year, Newport
hosted its first math contest on December 16. Other contests were
hosted by Mascoma Valley Regional High School, Kearsarge Re-
gional High School and Hartford Regional High School.
The Junior Math Team participants Caboveb are T. Theall, S. Gouin,
D. Thompson, G. Rule, M. Peabody, J. Terhune, M. Dawes, M.
Pinard, R. Collins, Mrs. Aldrich, adviser.
The Senior Math Team fleftj includes Mr. Genzlinger, adviser, R.
Pockett, J. Eldredge, R. Underhill, R. Truell, J. Lucas, S.
Thibodeau, J. Rissala, R. Taylor, C. Whitin , N. Taylor, L. Witkus.
C. Drown, K. Pollari, B. Corliss, J. Martin, Fortune, C. Theall, J.
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complete with specific rules and a point system. Emphasis is put on all
phases of theatre work, and it is recognized that the backstage is as
important as onstage. This year the Theatre Associates produced the
Christmas assembly and a series of three one-act plays - student
directed. Members include Mr. Massey fAdviserJ, S. Edes, L. Flewelling CV.
Pres.J, E. Krauss, L. Rannisto, L. Witkus fPres.J, B. Pariseau, T. Shank, K.
Pollari, M. Whipple, H. Nordholm, R. Dupont, B. DuPont, J. Ducharme, A,
Leone, B. Sichol, S. Nordholm, J. Martin, S. Holland, P. Johnson, B.
Tellor, D. Young, D. Young, C. Chamberlain, D. Wilcox, S. Rego, K. St. Cyr,
G. Newton, J. Jennison, R. Tompkins, D. Mclntosh, M. Perry, C. Poulios.
The Student Council had its work
cut out, having been left with no
constitution or workable format. This
year found the new administration
exceptionally receptive to student
ideas and projects, and council spon-
sored events went over well. Officers
this year are J. Eldredge, V. Pres., S.
Holland, Treas.g Mr. Walker, Adviser,
L. Witkus, Sec., M. Rollins, President.
Girls' Athletic Club members include Mrs. Aldrich CAdviserJ L. Alto, D. Baker, S. Bidoli, M. Ross, M
Gonyea,Z. Ambargas, M. Conwell, N. Mullen, C. Welch, K, Dorr, L. Leavitt, B. Clement, S. Burrell, J.
Pariseau, R. Connor, A. Delaney, J. Gobin, M. Osgood, C. Gagne, U. Fowler CTreas.j, J. Violette, D.
Morrow, N. Hastings, M. Saggiotes, D. Bougas, J. Dawes, K. Gagne, P. Heague, S. Linton, A. Zullo, A.
St. Martin. D. Sandborn, S. Henault.
Members of the Orange Key are T. Tarullo, C
Whiting, D. Alto, J. King, R. Alto, K. Hebert, C
Freeman, D. Newton, L. Phillips QV. Presj, J
Jennison, P. Wiggins, G. Geno, A. Maxfield, D
Mclntosh, L. Trenholm, H. Winter, CPresidentJ
Also P. Parker.
Members of the Pep Club are M. Perry, D. Mclntosh, N. Taylor, J. Mullen, D. Martin, B. Pariseau, T.
Tarullo, L. Flewelling, M. Anastos, K. Richardson, C. Hemingway, S. Davis, H. Winter, S. Edes, R.
Guimond, M. Rollins, A. Bates, K. Fortune, N. LaValley, K. Ronan, Mr. Richardson, Adviser.
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spinit ofjlthe Tiger fans boasted the slogan
"N umKber1!" fromwthe middle ofgthe grid season
totipttjiedastl tense Lhdomgms.,fjfl7he Tiger stars
,openedpi their !SfU'f1l'1Il'lg.-"?GQS'O'!'l at Monadnock,
,winning thattgame ancI'ithewr'?xt 3 games.,Ihef-
Plymouthl lBobcatsQ crtssliied ewport's.f-chances
ofwan fqpfdefeatedfgsieauson but leftffans talking
for weeks about tlsiiejfcontroversiral game. Little-
ton topped the 'Tigers in a Q44 game that left
Tiger stars and fafns undqtmted in spirit when
opponents lost to othepfteams. Homecoming
weekend featured the game of the season, the
Fall Mt. Wildcats against the Newport Tigers in
a battle that determined Newport's champion-
ship. Amid thgcheers, the bonfire, and the
lonely bull, the Newport Gridsters topped Fall
Mt. 18-8 and went on to share the State Cham-
pionship with Bishop Brady. The entire season
was "Better than Best!"
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Chorus members are: B. Lamery, T. Jurson, S. Clarke, B. Williams,
Rowe, T. Annala, E. Kosotsky, A. Lamery, K. Corliss, S. Whitemaoe
Rule, R. Tremblay, M. Dutireuil, B. Swasey, D. Henault, G. Nlclntosh
Rzucidlo, A. Orcutt, R. Barrett, V. Thayer, K. Eggert, S. Bailey
Patterson, G. Newton, D. Young, K. McGrey, P. Perry, R. Wood,
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CV.P.Jg L. Flewelleing, CPres.Jg Mrs. Walker, CAdviserJg K. Rissala, R. Dupont. holm, N. Taylor. Also, the outnumbered J. Gosselin. Not pictured: D. Dow,
K. Ronan, J. Newell, B. Hooper, J. Jennison, DQ Young, T. Shank, B. Pills- C. Frye, L. LaVaIIey, E. Rule, S. Saggiotes, R. Wood. The year's plans in-
bury, B. Coburn, D. Maiola, D. Young, P. Trembly, K. Fortune, P. Johnson, clude tutoring, visiting local teacher colleges, and practice teaching.
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1970 Practice Teachers were Tina Tarullo with Mrs. Swain, Nadine Taylor with Mrs. Maynard, Joanne
Mullen with Mrs. Willey, Debora Martin with Mrs. Mclntosh, Linda Flewelling with Mrs. Wright, and
Linda Trenholm with Mrs. Bickford.
For the past thirteen summers, outstanding students
throughout the state have been selected to partici-
in the St. Paul's Advanced Studies Program, a
intensive study of English and a major field of
In 1970, four Newport girls attended the pro-
Connie Lawthers who studied Western Intellectual
, Lanea Witkus, also majoring in WI History, Na-
aylor studying German, and Cindy Theall who
in Biology, attaining the highest achievement
one of two ranking scholars in the subject.
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Members of the National Honor
Society are J. Lucus, D. Young
CSec.D, B. Corliss, E. Rule, C.
Theall CPres.D, R. Wood, M. Pills-
bury CTreas.7, L. Huot. J. Mullen.
N. Taylor, L. Witkus, K. Pollari, R.
Truell 1V.P.J, H. Winter, D. Mar-
Hn, T. Tarullo, Mr, Turpeinen
Cadviserj. Also, C. Kanakis.
The Chapel of St. Peter
and St. Paul, the charac
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Gagne, G. Nlclntosh, G. Morrow, J. Eldredge
Doxter, T. Teague, B. White, S. Edes, C. Stillson,
Lyman, G. Blodgett, T. Nlaxfield, R. Guimont
Coach Niboli Cwho, like the Swiss, "gained his si
perior knowledge and strength by eating yogurt!"J
Members of the Boys' Ski Team are N. Catsum, E
The team participated in meets with New Londo
Sunapee, Kingswood, lnterlakes, Tilton, Concor
Stevens, winning four out of the seven meets.
jumping contest with Sunapee was also
by the Newport team and the Tiger Jean
placed fourth out of eight in the regional meet on
the 19th and 20th of February.
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D. Alto, A. Bates, D. Colby, J.
Bartlett, K. Lyman, S. Whit-
ney, D. Weed, S. Whittimore.
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cludes J. Catsum, T. Hebert, M. Ross, L. j
Silver, M. Pillsbury, Coach Houle, R.
Underhill, R. Truell, P. Spanos Qcapt.J, J.
Walters, K. McAllister, C. Saggiotes.
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Members of the 1970 Golf Team include L. Bell, S. Thibodeau, D. Aiken,
B. Corliss, J. Lucas, M. Pillsbury, C. Saggiotes. The team played against
Peterboro, Springfield CVt.D, Hopkinton, Bellows Falls CVt.J, Hanover, and
Stevens, winning 3 of the 10 matches. Jay Lucas won the 1970 Gauthier
and Woodard trophy for Newport's Outstanding Golfer.
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Granite Girls' State and Profile Boys' State participants traveled to, worked together with other students from throughout the state in a
respectively, New England College in Henniker and the University of mock legislature. Delegates were A. Hebert, T. Tarullo, S. Edes, J.
New Hampshire in Durham for a week this past summer. The delegates Mullen, B. Pariseau, E. Kostosky, M. Pillsbury.
Under the direction of Nlr. Kelly. the Work Study Program has materialized this year and has
provided school-time education with part time work for approximately 25 individuals. Students
include D. Williams, S. Fisher, M, Smith. S. Waters. D. Clement, G. Bartlett, S. Currier, F. Ash, H.
Huff, D. Taylor, R. Clough, A. Lamery, D. Clough. Others include L. Dubreuil, P. Glidden, R. Grenier.
L. Howard, R. Hunevun, D. Magoon, D. Porter, K. Rowe, R. Roy, M. Bidoli, C. Bridgeo, F. DeCelle, B.
Delorier, L. Syriac, R. Welch, W. Willis. Places of business include the Town Office, Sunapee State
Park, the schools and various gasoline stations and factories throughout the area.
Young, R. Tellor
R. Clogston, D.
Lader. Also, W.
Boyle, L. Farrar.
Student Librarians include P. Cutter, M. Saggiotes, D. Bougas
Leavitt, P. Heague, N. Mullen, M. Waterman, K. Gagne, L. Howe:
Welch, C. Willey, L. Thayer, D. Russell, S. Linton, L. Goodwin,
Rodeschin, U. Fowler, C. Gagne, L. McKenney, D. Wiggins,
Menard, D. Weed, C. Hemmingway, T. Goyette, S. Whitney,
. Morrill, J. Violette, E. Tarullo, D. Thompson, P. Koloski, J. Davies, L.
. Harrison, D. Lader, S. Avery, D. Radford, M. Pinard, C. Avery, M.
. Kailer, K. Dorr, Also, N. Coronis, S. Davis, C. Dussinger, R. Edes, D.
The French Club members include fsittingj J. Eldridge, R. Taylor, D. Mclntosh, L. Witkus, D. Newton, J. Jennison, D. MacWilliams, P.
Wilcox, B. Mandigo, J. Lucas, C. Theall, C. Fortune, D. Young, Johnson, S. Holland, J. Bartlett, P. Wiggins, D. Demetrakopolus, C.
fstandingj Mr. Couture, D. Dow, S. Saggiotes. H. Blodgett, G. Patten. K. McGray, C. Frye, B. Duncan, C. Aiken, A. Maryn.
Williamson, C. Drown, V. Thayer, D. Hendrikson, T. Tarullo, D.
The annual Junior High Maguine Campaign
was a huge success this year with a grand
total of 53541.96 collected. High rooms were
Mrs. Aldrich's with 5663.65 and Mr. Hurley's
with 5623.23. The top three salesmen were
Jerry Sue Young bringing in 5172.71, Kathy
Dorr with 5119.18, and Meg Fairbanks with
5114.82. Managers and high salesmen include
J. Dawes, M. Saggiotes. R. Conner, M. Fair-
banks. D. Stetson, B. Murgatroy, N. Mullen. M.
Pinard, M. Peabody, M. Dawes. A. Latva, A.
Luck, M. Conwell. J. Young. P. Heague, S. 1
Linton, K. Dorr. .
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The 1969-70 Track and Field Team
participated in ten meets with regional
schools plus the Connecticut Valley
Conference and the State Meet. Two
state records were set by Bruce
Pariseau fpole vault - 12 feetj and
Dana Waterman Ctwo-mile run -
lO:47.6 minutesj. The team won three
meets, placed second in six meets and
third in one meet. Coach Zemianek's
boys also placed sixth out of eight in the
Valley Conference and tenth out of
sixteen at the State Meet.
The 1969-70 Track 84 Field members include J. Walters, J. Proper, D. Davis, D. Champney, W. Rodeschin, Coach '
R. O'Connor, B. Pariseau, L. Huot, M. Rollins, H. Lesley, T. Teague, R. Truell, B. White, R. Cowie, J. Petrin,
Sanborn, Coach Zemianek, R. Waterman, E. Hall, D. J. Aiken, W. Turgeon, R. Pockett, J. Gagne, K. Gardner,
Waterman, J. DeMayo, A. Willis, J. Eldredge, M. Currier, R. Shepard.
The members of the 1969-1970 Girls
Track team include D. O'Connor, B.
Corliss, Coach Yeagley, A. Maryn, N.
Kathan, S. Rude, N. LaValIey, B.
Bagley, M. Lawthers, D. Young, K.
Fortune, B. Wilcox, J. Martin, K.
Ronan, D. MacWilliams, M. Nlosley,
K. Eggert, V. Thayer, C. Chamber-
lain, D. Purmont, C. Geno, C. Martin,
L. Trenholm, A. Bates, D. Young, K.
McGray, J. Johnson, The team
enjoyed a good season placing first
in two of five meets, barely missing
a third win. The girls also traveled to
compete in the State Meet
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taken. Players include E. Knight, D. Perry. D. Barton, B. Richardson, D.
Chartier, B. Lamery, C. Thurber, L. Stevens, S. Armen, M. Koloski, S. Holland. 1969-70
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CONRAD BIRDIE DRAFTED!l . . . INSANE
FEMALES STORM WHITE HOUSE . . . PRESIDENT
DECLARES DISASTER. . . NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL
PRESENTS . . . BYE BYE BIRDIE!
That luscious hunk of man, Conrad, is drafted
into the cold, cruel, army. Albert Peterson, manager
of the music corporation Almaelou, said yesterday
that there will be chosen at random a girl to be
kissed goodbye by her idol. Every girl in the U.S.
is envious of the chosen Kim MacAfee from Sweet
Apple, Ohio, scheduled to be kissed on the Ed
Sullivan Show this Sunday. The whole world is
anxious to see the outcome of this story . . . It
seems that when the girls are confronted with the
powers of Conrad, there exists a defiance of
balance. What will these girls do next??
The award-winning musical Bye Bye Birdie was
presented at NHS in May 1970. The story be-
comes more complicated and captivating as it
progresses. The cast was headed by Albert Peterson
fDon Collinsl and his faithful secretary Rose'
QEthel Kraussj, Kim MacAfee CConnie Lawthersj,
Hugo F. Peabody CSteve Edesl, Conrad Birdie
fLarry Wigginsj, possessive mother Mae Peterson
CKathy Pollarij, Ed Sullivan fGerald Currierj, Teen-
age Trio CTerry Shank, Gay Leone, Martha Law-
thersj, Gloria Rasputen CAnn Leonej, the MacAfee
family fSteve Soucy, Ann Lawthers, Frankie Mac-
Connellj. There were also many other students
playing just as important parts in the musical
crew. Without them, no show could ever go on.
The talented, motivating Charles H. Massey has
opened up a new world for many of us. With Mr.
Massey's and Mrs. Geraldine Rudenfeldt's help,
Birdie became an important part in the hearts of
ma ny Newporters and earned their respect from all
of us. The key word in theatre is "togetherness"
I am sure that each person partaking in Bye Bye
Birdie will never forget this wonderful feeling.
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