North Attleboro High School - Northern Light Yearbook (North Attleboro, MA)

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assacA use t is THE NORTHERN LIGHT PRESENTED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF NORTH ATTLEBORO HIGH SCHOOL NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASSACHUSETTS II DEDICATION HELEN O. CROCKETT For your sincere concern for the individual student, for your bright humor, sound class guidance and inspired teaching, there are no adequate words to express our appreciation. As a token of our gratitude, we, the class of 1964, dedicate The Northern Light to you, Mrs. Crockett. 4 . DIANE BELLA VANCE JAMES HOWARD We are proud to present the 1964 Northern Light. This yearbook is a permanent record of the important landmarks of your high school days. We hope that this annual will per- petuate fond memories of North High. Thank you for your support. EDITORS 5 TABLE OF CONTENTS FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION SENIORS 19 UNDERCLASSMEN 69 ACTIVITIES 81 SPORTS 95 ADVERTISING 121 MEMORIAM 142 i 6 . FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION SUPERINTENDENT A landmark is defined both as a guide and also as an important event in one’s life. Your graduation from high school is a land- mark in the process of your education — a process that will con- tinue throughout your lifetime. For some of you, these high school years have been preparation for higher education of one form or another. For others — it represents the completion of your formal schooling. In either event, it is but a guide post, and your education — whether formal or informal — will continue. Democracy requires the highest de- gree of civic competence of its citizens. The more difficult the problems, the greater the need for a capable and intelligent citizenry. You need to strive to become a contributing part of America’s future — the most promising era in the history of mankind. To do so you must be prepared to exercise a more profound intelli- gence than any generation in history. The possibilities of equipping yourself for this inheritance are before you. 8 ' PRINCIPAL S tl)ool North Attlrborough, HaflaarhuarttH Eeon A. ficgan. Priticinal " LANDMARKS IN ONE ' S LIFE " I associate landmarks with landfalls and immediately a com- parison comes to my mind relative to the diffiailt landfalls made in the early days of the sailing vessel as compared to the modern landfalls that are being made every day from the sea and from the air through the miracle of radar. Other wonderful improve- ments are in the offing. Keep the landmarks and landfalls of your life up-to-date. Know what is going on in the world and settle for nothing but the best available to you. U SCHOOL COMMIHEE SeMed: Mrs. Lucia Johnson. Back row: James E. Munroe, Dr. D. Eugene Leco, Walter F. Cavanagh, Bernard J. Doyle, Jr., Robert H. Rickard. The members of the school committee have earned the respect and profound gratitude of each member in the class of 1964. Their unselfish endeavors have contributed greatly to the cause of our education at N.A.H.S. For every phase of assistance they so willingly provided, we can only extend our sincere thanks and deep appreciation. GUIDANCE ROBERT W. PRENDFRGAST Guidance Director For their able assistance and guidance at an indecisive and be- wildering time of our lives, we thank Mr. Prendergast and Mrs Snyder. For their patience, their consid- eration, and for their numerous and helpful suggestions, we are truly grateful. I I LYDIA R. SNYDER Guidance Counselor RICHARD L. BRASSARD Assistant Principal Yearbook Advisor I !(• ■I-: I, DONALD S. BRAYTON, JR. English ANNE M. CARTY Horne Economics ' |lla JOHN J. BEVILAQUA, JR. Erench GENEVIEVE ANTOINE Special Erench 12 I ROBERT J. GASTELLO Math RONALD R. ROBERT W. CLARK CHRISTIANSON Math Director of Music HELEN O. JOSEPHINE DAWSON LOUISE E. DUDLEY CROCKETT High School Nurse Commercial Head of Math Department 13 MARY E. ERVING ROGER A. ERECHETTE DONALD A. GIRARD English and Social Studies Social Studies Librarian ALICE M. HALL Commercial EREDERICK E. HORAN Shop CLINTON S. JOHNSON Chemistry 14 ELIZABETH INGRAM Home Economics THOMAS K. JOY LOUIS D. KELLEY Latin Physical Education Supervisor of Health and Physical Education WILLIAM L. KELLY TOSEPH C. English KEMPRECOS French JOSEPH D. KENNEY WILLIAM C. Mechanical Drawing KUMMER Science Faailty Manager Coach MARGARET E. LALIBERTE Commercial 15 JOHN F. LE BRUN Math ELIZABETH A. EDWARD L. MEADE MANSEIELD Social Studies Girls’ Physical Education ARTHUR POST General Biology Head Eootball Coach MYRON REIMER Science and Math TIMOTHY RIOUX General Science WALTER E. RUTKOWSKI Art ERICK SARGENT English Football Coach MARIE J. SCANLIN Head of English Department ALFRED J. SLOWE Science and Head of Audio Visual Department WILLIAM B. STAN German MARY F. TALTY RAYMOND J. RUTH M. WADDICOR Commercial VALENTE English Glee Club 17 NORTH HIGH SECRETARIES MILDRED CONNOR Principal’s Office JUNE ROBERTSON Principal’s Office ELEANOR PIKE Superintendent’s Office RUTH COBURN Superintendent’s Office MILDRED CHRISTIANSON Superintendent’s Office MADELYN PETERSON Guidance Department 18 , ' SENIORS CLASS ADVISORS MR. BEVILAQUA The Class of 1964 wishes to thank its advisors for the interest they have shown and the valuable help they have given us. Words, however, cannot express our gratitude. We hope our actions and relationship with them more truly reflect our deep appreciation. CLASS OFFICERS STUART ROBINSON LINDA DESMARAIS JUDITH BRENNAN TOM LYNCH On behalf of my fellow officers I w ' ish to thank you, the members of the Class of 1964, for your cooperation and wonderful class spirit during our senior year. I hope, as the years go by, we will all maintain this spirit as individuals and as a group. Once again, thank you for a wonderful year. Tom DIANE FRANCES ALTMAN 70 Church Street Ally . . . " O my heart!” . . . smooth . . . loves music . . . sincere . . . contributive . . . always there to help. Band; A Cappella; Glee Club; Science Fairs; PTA Speaking Contest; Dance Committees; Intramurals. JOHN THOMAS ARMELL 164 Mount Hope Street ]ohn . . . Loves to drive that Tr3 . . . dark . . . handsome . . . dances real slow . . . friendly . . . political scientist. Science Fairs 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3; Honor Society Usher 3; Committees 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; Basketball. CHARLOTTE ANN AUDETTE 90 Fisher Street Charlie . . . click-clack — Char- lotte’s coming . . . witty . . . always the first to laugh . . . level-headed. Committees 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Yearbook Literary Staff 4; PTA Speaking Contest 3. LINDA JOY AUSTIN Parmenter Lane Lin . . . Sincere . . . terrific seamstress . . . congenial . . . thoughtful . . . quiet but mischievous . . . plans to be a teacher. Band 1, 2; Student Council 2, Sec. 3, Treas. 4; Variety Shows 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 1; Driver Ed.; Science Fairs 1, 3; Class Committees 1. 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Driver Training 3; Critical Thinking Course 4. ELTON JOHN BARIL 2 Public St. Elt . . . Most bashful boy . . . cute smile . . . reserved . . . everyone’s friend. Chess Club; Science Fair. ' WILLIAM BARTON 827 South Washington St. Bill . . . Happy go lucky . . . great sense of humor . . . small, but dynamic . . . will miss band. Band; Dance Band; Science Fair. HELEN CEaLE BEAULIEU 105 Spring Street Helen . . . Remembered for her gymnastic ability . . . mis- chievous . . . fun loving . . . energetic. Science Fair 1, 2; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Cake Sale. STEPHEN WILLIAM BELL I4l Smith St. Ding . . . quiet . . . carefree . . . reserved . . . friendly. 22 ' Senior Homeroom Executive Committee DIANE MARIE BELLAVANCE ROBERT NORMAN BENNETT LINDA JEAN BENOIT 23 Moran Street EDGAR MARSHALL BERGEVINE 19 Birchwood Drive Belly . . . " Let’s fight!” . . . Bouncy personality . . . best co-ed yet for the yearbook. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; A Cappella 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, Secretary 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 3, Co-Editor 4; Variety Show 2, 3, 4. 50 Oakhurst Street Benny . . . flirtatious . . . happy-go-lucky . . . lots of laughs . . . talkative. Intramural Football 3; Basket- ball Manager 3, 4. Lynsy ... " I don ' t believe it” . . . an ardent USS Keppler lover . . . loves to go hunt- ing . . . sweet . . . sincere ... a schemer. Pep Club 1; French Club 2; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Intra- murals 3; Dance Committees 3, 4; Librarian 3; Student Council 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Red Cap 3; Senior Play Usherette 4. 2 Metcalf Road Mike . . . great personality . . . voice of North High . . . often seen at Lakeview . . . football star. Football 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 2, 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3; Prom Committees 3; Committees 3, 4. 23 BARBARA IRENE BISHOP 107 Roosevelt Ave. Barbie . . . speaks well of people . . . flirty . . . very talkative . . . she’s won a nick- name of " Troubles. " Science Fair 1, 2; Cake Sale 1; Pep Club 1; Intramural Sports 2, 4. JAMES BLACK 1001 South ' Washington St. ]immy . . . will take Mt. Ever- est .. . dedicated . . . quiet ... ski addict. GREGORY ALAN BLACKBIRD 111 Spruce St. Greg . . . likes to sleep good friend . . . reserved. JO-ANN LOUISE BOURGEOIS 9 Pleasant St. Boozie . . . " fink-k-k " ... A riot! . . . visitor of Capron Park . . . gossiper. Committees 1, 3, 4; Science Fair 2, 4: Driver Training 3; French Club 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Play. Are you smoking more now, but enjoying it less? 24 DONNA FRANCES BREAULT 373 Old Post Rd. Donna . . . Friendly . . . always willing . . . likes band . . . likes to sew and cook . .. . future nurse . . . dependable . . . good prompter . . . loyal Librarian 1; French Club 2, 3; Red Cap 2, 3, 4; Student Coun- cil Rep. 2; Driver Training 3; Band 4; Yearbook Staff 4; In- tramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Committees 2, 3, 4. JUDITH ANN BRENNAN 55 Grant St. " Chews” . . . ready, willing and able . . . " Oh, brother!” . . . not talkative but certainly not quiet . . . our V.P. . . . loyal friend . . . always there to help. Red Cap 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice Pres. 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3; A Cap- pella 2, 3; Variety Show 1, 2. 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 3, 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 2; Jr. Dramatics 3; Liter- ary Staff; Driver Training; Honor Society 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Intramural Sports 2. KENNETH JAMES BUCKLEY 76 Spruce Street " Buck” . . . very reserved . . . quiet shy . . . usually . . . can be found at J.C.’s. Science Fair 1, 2, 3; Intra- mural Basketball 1; Commit- tees 4; Yearbook Advertising 4. ROBERT JAMES BUTLER May Street Bob . . . great baseball player . . . unpredictable . . . likes golfing and bowling . . . fun loving nature . . . smooth talker. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Football 3; Intramural Bas- ketball 2, 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Training 3; Junior Prom Decorating Com- mittee; Senior Prom Decorat- ing Committee; Paper Drive; Car Wash. JOSEPH RAYMOND DAVID HENRY CABRAL CALDWELL SANDRA JEAN CALDWELL 153 Smith Street 165 Elm St. 165 Elm St. JANET RAY CARPENTER 25 Towne St. Jan . . . talkative . . . flirta- Joe . . . loves to drive . . . friendly . . . ofterl seen at Jolly ' s . . . enthusiastic bas- ketball player. Chess Club 1, 4; Baseball 2; Basketball 1; Intramural Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Dave . ■ . Bowling Enthusiast . . . likes swimming and danc- ing . . . quiet . . . ambitious . . . helpful . . . great friend . . . cute. Student Librarian 3; Driver Education. 3; Science Fair 2; Yearbook Ad. Staff 4; Dance Committees; Prom Committee 4. Sandy . . . mischievous . . . talkative . . . loves homeroom. Intramural Sports; Drill Team; Science Fair; Pep Club; Dance Committee; Cake Sale. tious . . . always happy . . . sincere friend. Pep Club 1; Science Fair 2; Dance Committees 3; Refresh- ment Committee 3. 25 ANGELINA ASSUNTA CARR 36 Smith Street Midget . . . friendly . . . small . . . easy going . . . full of fun. Alternate for Student Council 1; Cake Sale 1; Science Fair 1, 2; Pep Club 1; Paper Drive 4; Senior Play; Car Wash 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Ticket Com- mittee 4; Decoration Commit- tee 4; Senior Prom 4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Ba.nquet; Bow- ling 1, 3; Driver Training 3. LOUIS FRANCIS CERRONE 16 Hawthorne St. Tony Medeir . . . good athlete . . . keen competitor . . . famous for his comments . . . happy . . . always with Lois. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3. 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 1, 2; Variety Show 3; Prom Committee 3. 4; Student Council 4; Tag Day 2; Yearbook 4; Senior Recognition 3; Honor Society L ' sher 3. ALBERT THOMAS CHABOT 362 Mt. Hope St. Chabhy . . . can be found at Jolly Cholly’s . . . known for his " hot” Ford ... al- ways friendly . . . lively . . . witty. Yearbook Adv. Com.; Commit- tees 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3. GEORGETTE CHABOT 31 West St. Georgie . . . Lots of fun . . . a great gossip . . . likes intra- murals and parties . . . great typist. Badminton 3, 4; Basketball 3; French Club 2; Bowling 2; Committees 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. STEPHEN ROBERT CHACE Lewis Road Pin . . . asset to our basketball team . . .one of the guys . . . quick with the calls ... de- pendable . . . cute . . . golfer. Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 2; Honor Society Usher 3; Student Council 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. 26 PATTI JOYCE CHAPIN 97 Park Street Pat . . . " who” . . . gabby . . . vigorous . . . easy going . . . lover of Swiss mountains . . . destined to keep Lynsy out of Cholly’s. Pep Club 1, 4; Intramural Sports; Variety Show 3; Science Fair; Decorating Com.; Refreshment Com.; Advertis- ing Staff 4; Dance Committee 4. JUDITH ANN CHERRY 20 School Street Judy . . . quiet . . . sincere . . . friend to all. Intramural Sports; Science Fair 1, 2; Variety Show 3, 4; Year- book Advertising Staff 4; Pep Club 2; Dance Committee 4; Prom Committee 4. RONALD W. CHILDRESS 102 Elm Street Ron . . . known for his late passes . . . lively ... an individualist . . . friendly smile . . . typical. French 2; Intramurals 2, 3; Committees 3, 4; Chess Club 1; Audio Visual 2; Shop Club 4. DERITH ANN CINQ-MARS 16 Bonneau Street WILLIAM RANDALL CLARK KATHLEEN REARDON CONNELLY Derry . . . peppy . . . pretty . . . popular . . . smoothest cheerleader. Chess Club 2; German Club 1; Variety Show 1, 2; Science Fair 1; Glee Club 1; Cheer- ing 4; Yearbook 4; Commit- tees 1, 2, 3, 4. 1086 Mt. Hope St. Ehen . . . loves winter sports . . . trackman . . . intelligent . . . loud but friendly. Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-editor, Yearbook Literary Staff 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Pres- ident 2; National Honor So- ciety 3, President 4; Driver Training 3. 73 Birchwood Drive Kathy . . . cute . . - polite . . . easy one to know . . . participa- ter in activites . . . listens and talks!!! Drill Team 2; Majorettes 3. 4; Red Cap 2, 3, 4; A Oppella Choir 3, 4; Chess Club 2; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Editor 4; Science Fair 1. 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 2. JOHN MICHAEL CONNOR JR. 37 Clifton St. Powder — Chowder . . .Vigor- ous . . . full of surprises . . . always wears a smile . . . cor- dial. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Track 3, 4; Basketball 3; Driver Education; Audio- Visual 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor So- ciety; L ' sher; Science Fair 1, 2, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Com- mittees; Advertising Sfaff. Ma Foi, it’s French IV avec Monsieur B. 27 MARY ELIZABETH COOGAN 12 Broadway Alogi . . . Enthusiastic basket- ball fan . . . poetic . . . casual . . . hard-working . . . Red Cap co-editor ... A friend to all. Red Cap 3, Co-Editor 4; Stu- dent Council 2; Art Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Yearbook 4; Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Of- fice 4; Flower Girl; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 28 LAURA ANN COOK 546 Towne St. Laurie ... quiet .. . good natured . . . friendly . . . easy going . . . can be found with Ken. Freshman Cake Sale; Pep Club 1; Bowling 2; Driver Training 3; Science Fair 1, 2; Tag Day 2 . SANDRA ANN COOKE 52 Bulfinch St. Cookie . . . Moose’s girl . . . non-conformist . . . hot sketch . . . athletic . . . neat . . . keeps ’em laughing . . . persevering. Science Fair 1, 2; Paper Drive; Senior Play; Yearbook Staff; Committees; Cake Sale; Tick- ets; Decoration 3, 4; Dance 1, 2, 3 ,4; Senior Banquet 4. CLAIRE MARIE COSTIGAN 32 Ralph St. Claire . . . Cutest senior play lead ever . . . pert . . . nice smile . . . laughing eyes . . . ’’Pretty Penny” . . . ever pop- ular . . . always sincere. Student Council 3; Red Cap 2, 3, 4; Flower Girl 3; Driver Training 4; Yearbook 4; Ger- man Club 2; Chess Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 1, 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 4; Jr. Prom Servant 2. ALISON ANN COTTON 15 Johnson Street Ali-Cat . . . she keeps crazy hours . . . loves celery. Cake Sale 1; Tag Day 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Driver Training 3; Science Fair 1, 2, 4; Yearbook Business Staff 4; Librarian 4; Dance Committees 4; Senior Play; Flower Girl. PATRICIA JEAN CREEGAN 176 Smith Street Tini ... a girl with all the breaks . . . long, blonde hair . . . soft spoken . . . future interior designer. Yearbook Circulation Staff 4; Color Guard Alternate; Music Review; Flower Girl; Variety Show; Science Fair; Activity Committees. BARBARA LEE CRONAN 93 Bank Street Babs . . . North Hi’s dizziest blonde . . . goes for those older boys . . . spends many week- ends at Annapolis — to visit her brother? Intramural Sports; Band 2; Driver Training; Science Fair 1; Committees. MARY MARGARET CURTIS 139 East Street ALiry . . . Remembered for her thoughts of the Navy . . . par- tial to sailors . . . likes Heb- ronville . . . athletic ... in- valuable friend. Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Color Guard 3, Head 4; Pep Club I, 2; Chess Club 1; Commit- tees 1; Office 1, 2, 3; Variety Show 3; Science Fair 1, 2; Music Festival 3, 4; Yearbook Literary Staff 4; Driver Train- ing 3; German Club 3- MAURA JANE C URTIS 327 S. Washington St. Maura . . . " oh well " . . . personable . . . intelligent . . . I witty . . . sincere . . . nice to know . . . Chess Club 1; Glee Club 2; Band 2, 3, 4; A Cappella 3. 4; Junior Dramatics 3; Student Council 1, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Committees; Music Re- vue 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 2. 3, 4; Committees. I 1 PAITL PETER DANESI 240 Towne St. Paul . . . tall, dark and hand- some . . . aggressive . . . " Chronicle’s " best worker . . . a great manager . . . heart of Audio-Visual. Audio-Visual Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 1, 2; Football Man- ager 2, 3; Basketball Manager 2; Science Club 1, 2; Radio Club 1, 2; Advertising Editor of Yearbook 4; Dance Com- mittees 3, 4; Head of Jr. Prom Orchestra Comm. 3; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Alternate to Sen. Exec. Board 4. PETER CHARLES DARELIUS 293 Mount Hope St. Pele . ■ . likes homeroom and intramurals . . . carefree . . . easygoing . . . dependable . . . witt ’ . . . has an answer to everything . . . Band 1, 2; Driver Training 3; Intramural 2, 3, 4; Music Fes- tival 2; Conservatory of Music 3; Baseball Manager 2; Adver- tising Staff 4; Science Fair 1. 2, 3, 4. ELAINE PATRICIA DARGIS 210 Smith Street Lainzy . . . neat . . . misplaces objects . . . loves little cars . . . " Graveyard Hunter " . . . usually worried ... a friend in need . .. . likes homeroom. Cake Sale 1; Science Fair 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Drill Team 2, 3; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Spring Concert 2, 3; Music Festival 3; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Driver Training 3; Yearbook Literary Staff 4. 29 GEORGE ROBERT DeBLOIS 8 Dexter Street Barge . . . sports enthusiast . . . congenial . . . fun-loving . . . friendly. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball ], 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 4; In- tramurals 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Student Council 3: French Club 1, 2, 3; Chess Club 1, 2. SUZANNE SIMONNE DeBLOIS 352 No. Washington St. " Sootie” . . . terse ... in- dividualist . . . says what she thinks ... is well liked. Glee Club 2; French Club 2. 4, Vice-President 2; Pep Club 2, 3; Bowling 2; Intramurals 2, 3; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 2; Committees 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. MARGARET MARY DeMARCO 72 Draper Ave. Mage . . . good artist . . . flirty . . . witty . . . Alan ' s girl . . . loves to work . . . loves boys. Cake Sale 1; Red Cap Collector 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Committees 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3. 4; Chess Club 2, 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3: Drill Team 2; Office 3: Music Revue 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 4; German Club 2, 3, 4; Servant for Prom 3. ANDREA JEANNE DeMEO 77 Calvin Rd. Dino . . . " Bad News” . . . humorous . . . entertaining . . . loquacious . . . mirthful. Art 1; Drill Team 1, 2; Color Guard 4; Variety Show 3; Music Revue 1, 2, 4; Com- mittees 3, 4; Science Fair 1. 2, 3; Student Council 3; Year- book 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Red Cap 2, 3, 4; Cake Sale 1; Music Festival 1. LINDA CLAIRE DESMARAIS William Tanner Ave. Runt . . . hall loiterer . . . unpredictable . . . mischievous . . . flirt. Science Fair 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Chess Club 1, 2; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 4; French Club 3; Stu- dent Council 1; Drill Team 2; Majorette 3; Senior Play 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Latin Ban- quet 1; Flower Girl 3; Intra- murals. 30 ' LOUIS JOSEPH DiFIORE 59 Roosevelt Ave. Lou . . . always found at Jolly ' s . . . easy going . . . fun-loving . ' . . flaming red hair. Basketball 1, 2, 4; Football 1; Chess Club 4; Gym Club 4. RONALD JOHN DiFIORE 37 Summer St. Ronnie . . . liappy-go-lucky . . . fun to be with . . . likes time between classes . . . filling out applications . . . gym . . . active C.Y.O. member. Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 2, 3, 4; Track 4; Variety Show 3, 4; German Club 2; Senior Play 4; Dance Commit- tee 4; Literary Staff 4; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS DAVID DRAINVILLE 548 England Rd. T. Dee . . . quiet but friendly . . . sincere . . . lover of science . . . comic books . . . takes cars apart; then back to- gether ? Cross Country 1, 2, 3; Basket- ball 1; Booster Club 2, Treas- urer 2; Science Fair 1, 2; Track 3, 4; Yearbook 4; R.I.C. Science Workshop; Stage Crew Senior Play. So if it’s white with a blue stripe, we get our insurance reduction. ARTHUR RAYMOND ENGLAND 645 Cushman Rd. Arthur . . . " hi” . . . always in a hurry . . . willing to help. CHRISTINE ANN ESTEY 188 Ellis Rd. Chris . . . pretty . . . quiet . . . cheerful . . . friend to all. Librarian 3; Office 2, 3; Com- mittees 1, 2, 3; Student Coun- cil Representative 2; Science Fair 1, 2; Variety Show; Ush- erette 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2. CAROLYN ANN EVERTON 12 Dexter Street Charger . . . " a wild one” . . . " never a dull moment” . . . likes b oys, and stCKk car races (no. 27) . . . talking and chew- ing gum. Intramurals; Science Fair 1, 2; Decoration Committee; Food Committees 3; Driver Training 4; Pep Club 1; Cake Sale 1; fice 2. ELAINE CLARA FARRELL 3 Quinn Street Elaine . . . loves talking . . . athletic . . . enjoys dancing . . . a good sense of humor . . . great friend. Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Com- mittees; Yearbook 4; Intra- murals. 31 KATHLEEN ROSEMARIE EEID 37 Whiting Street Kathy ... an abundance of good cheer . . . easy going . . . sparking wit. Banner Carrier 3, 4; Commit- tees 1, 2, 3, 4; Cake Sale 1; Science Fair 1, 2, 3; Intra- mural Sports 1. 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Flower Girl 3; Literary Staff; Yearbook 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4. BETH JOANNE FENTON 162 Grant Street Beth . . . Loves doing things with the kids . . . congenial . . . friend to all . . . sweetness is her trademark . . . easily flustered. Pep Club Officer 1; Commit- tees 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Flower Girl 3; Chess Club 2; Intarmurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Servant 2; Variety Show 1, 2. 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Science Fair 1, 2. KAREN ANN FINN 523 Kelly Blvd. " Karen " . . . likes to draw . . . quiet . . . avid Rocketeer football fan . . . enjoys intra- murals . . . sincere. German Club; Art Club; In- tramurals; Glee Club; Science Fair 1, 2, 3. SANDRA LEE FONTAINE 8 Franklin Ave. Sandy . . . Denny’s girl . . . congenial . . . talkative . . . loves horse-back riding. Science Fair 1, 2, 4; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3; Bowling 3; Cake Sale 1; Food Committee 3; Ticket Committee 3, 4; Pep Club 1; Drivers Training 4. Oh, newtons! 32 EUNICE JOAN FORBES 350 Mt. Hope Street Eune . . . " Oh, no!” ... af- fable . . . takes matters too seriously. Bowling 2; Variety Show 2: French Club 2, 3; Drill Team 3, 4; Music Revue 3, 4; Music Festival 3, 4; Commit- tees 3, 4; Driver Training 3; Color Guard 4; Yearbook 4. GRANT RICHARD FORBES 97 Spring Street Finder . . . has that certain something . . . never caught without a n answer . . . best dressed . . . affable . . . pop- ular . . . imaginative. Student Council 1. 2; Basket- ball Mgr. 1; Band 1, 2; Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4; Dance Band; Science Fair 2; Baseball 3, 4; Dance Committees 3, 4; Home- room Representative 4; Prom Committees 3, 4. JANE HENRY GALLANT 14 Cottage Street Janie . . . cute . . . vigorous . . . good dancer . . . future artist . . . loquacious . . . Coyle patron. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 1, 2, 3. 4; Driver Train- ing 4; Art Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Pep Club 1; Art Staff for Year- book; Committees 1, 2, 3. 4; Intramurals 2, 3; Science Fair 2. 3. GREGORY ROSS FORBES 97 Spring Street Thumb . . . jovial . . . fun loving . . . carefree . . . best dressed . . . loves basketball. Basketball 1. 3, 4; Track 3: Baseball 4; Chess Club 3; Band 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2; Intra- murals 1, 3; Science Fair 1. 2, 3; Prom Committees 3, 4. ALAN GEORGE FOSTER 201 Old Post Road Double . . . typical . . . athletic . . . tall . . . quiet . . . always playing basketball. Basketball 2, 3. 4; Student Council 1; Baseball 1, 4; Track 3; Science Fair 1. 2; Intra- mural Basketball 2, 3; Com- mittees 3. 4; Band 1, 2; Or- chestra 1, 2. JO ANNE GALVIN 100 Metcalf Rd. Jo .. . cheerful . . . fun to be with . . . peppy cheerleader . . . enthusiastic . . . our neatest girl . . . likes hayrides. Cheering 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3; Student Council 3; Chess Club Section 1; Flower Girl 3; Pep Club 1, 2; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety- Show 1, 2, 4; Music Revue 1. 2; Guidance Office 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 4. MARTHA LEE GALTIETTE 44 Hillside Road Marty . . . " It’s too great " . . . sincere . . . talkative . . . dexterous artist . . . pretty . . . peppy. Cake Sale 1; Art Club 1, 4; Glee Club 2; Music Review 2; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety- Show 2, 3, 4; Art Staff (Year- book); Badminton 3; Science Fair 1, 2; Driver Training 3. 1 I ROBIN JEAN FOURNIER I 579 Broadway i Robbie . . . " Tweet, Tweet " Whaddaya want 1 for nothing? " . . . loves New- port, excitement, and St. Rae’s . . . witty . . . happy. Majorette 4; Drill Team 2, Captain 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; I Variety Show 1, 2. 3, 4; Pep I Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, I 4; Yearbook Staff 4. 33 JANET ANNE GAUDREAU 364 Broadway Ext. Gumbie . . . " That a baby!” . . . cute . . . embarrasses easily . . . likes milk shakes, sewing, knitting. Science Fair 1, 2; Badminton 2; Basketball 2. 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Banner Bearer 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cap Collector 4; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Com- mittee 4; Dance Committee; Yearbook Staff; Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, ELAINE LAURA GEORGE 179 Llpper High St. Elaine . . . Sweet . . . Quiet . . . Congenial. Color Guard 4; Pep Club 2, 4; Camera Club 1. 2, 3; In- tramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cap Typist 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 2; Business Staff 4: Dance Committees 3, 4. EDITH GENE GERRING 1 Hunting St. Ed e . . . Sportsminded and athletic . . . placid . . . witty . . . sincere. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Work for Activities 4. ARTHUR WILFRED GOLDEN 459 Paine Rd. Goldie . . . easy going . . . sociable . . . sportsminded . . . willing . . . gregarious . . . unhurried. Intramural Basketball 2, 4; Yearbook 4; Baseball 1; Junior Prom Committee 3; Dance Committee 3. 4. DONNA ELLEN GRANT 31 Freeman St. Donna . . . Peppy . . . Fun- loving . . . Her second home at A. W. ! . . . Always get- ting into trouble . . . loves " Brown” oranges . . . An avid Attleboro fan. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 3; Majorette 4; Librarian 2; Art Club 2, 3; French Club 2, 3; Flower Girl 3; Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Festival 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2. 4; Girls’ Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 2. 3, 4; Science Fair 2, 3; Office 4; Commit- tees 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4 GAIL MERDITH GRANT 67 School St. Gail . . . Fun-loving . . . Quiet in school but outside, wow ! . . . Friendly . . . talkative . . . good-natured. Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Science Fair 2. GAYLE LOUISE GRIMALDI 349 Towne St. Gayle . . . Best-Dressed ' . . . loves Sundays at J.C.’s . . . quiet . . . laconic . . . good dancer. Glee Club 1; Chess Club 1;_ Pep Club 1, 2; Yearbook Staff; Intramural Sports 2, 3. 4; Science Fair 1, 3; Variety Show Committees. LINDA LOUISE GRIMALDI 175 Chestnut St. Lin ... " I will” . . . Quiet . . . congenial . . . willing. Yearbook Staff 4; Cake Sale 1; Flower Girl 3; Office 1, 2, 3, 4; Committees 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 2. i I DONALD GRZENDA I 199 Park Street Donny . . . earnest intramural player . . . likes to play accor- dion ... a quiet air .. . . easy going. i Chess Club 1, 2; Intramural I Basketball 2, 4; Intramural Football 3; Intramural Softball t 3; Intramural Volleyball 3. SHARON ANN GUISE 245 Mount Hope Street Sharon . . . sincere, depend- able . . . adventurous ... a good friend . . . cute blonde . . . " Swinging” . . . one of the kids. Student Council 1; Red Cap 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. 4; Flower Girl 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Chess Club 2; Glee Club 2; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Sers ' ant 2; Variety Show 1, 2, 4; Music Revue 2; Of- fice 3; Science Fair 1, 2. KATHLEEN JANE GULSKI 54 Park Street Kathi . . . The Philosopher . . . lively . . . athletic . . . famous for the Hitchhiker . . . contributing . . . happy. Color Guard 2, 3; Student Council 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Music Revue 1, 2, 3; Science Fair 1, 2, 4; Flower Girl 3; Girls’ Sports 2, 4; French Club 2, 3; Chess Club 1, 2; Dra- matics Club 3; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Advertis- ing Staff 4; Red Cap Collector 1; Class Day 3- RICHARD HAGGERTY 33 Leonard Hagger . . . moody . . . great guy . . . unpredictable . . . likes basketball . . . always at J.C.’s . . . great dancer. Football 1; Intramural Basket- ball 2, 3, 4; Gym Club 4; Junior Prom Comm. 3; Va- riety Show 3, 4; Chess Club 3, 4; Track 3; Basketball 2, 3. Have you heard the word ? 35 JAMES EDRIC HAMMOND 116 Smith St. V ' tn . . . happy-go-lucky . . . drives a hot car . . . good- natured . . . likes (some) girls. Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Chess Club 1. 36 MARILYN ELLEN HESS Walcott Road Lynn . . . always willing to help out . . . has a lot of school spirit . . . shy but friendly . . . sincere . . . ver ' athletic. Science Fair 1, 2, 4; Commit- tees 3; Concessions 3; Variety Show Llsherette 3; Glee Club 3; Junior Dramatics Club 3 ' . Driver Training 3; German Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 4; Girls’ Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4: Red Cap Collector 3; Drill Team 4. LINDA MAE HIGGINBOTHAM Lindsey Street Higgy . • ■ Loves getting notes . . . quiet . . . conscientious . . . diligent . . . always ready to work . . . great seamstress. Driver Ed. 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Guidance Office 2; Student Li- brarian 3, 4; PTA Public Speaking 3; Science Fair 1, 2; Yearbook Business Staff 4; Variety Show Usherette 3. LOUISE GEORGIA HILL 6 Cedar Road Ellie . . . Loves Cokes ai: Gordon’s . . . cute . . . verr’ quiet . . . neat . . . knows English. Variety Show 1. JACK JOSEPH HODGDOK 9 Morse St. Hodj e . . ■ Basketball fan . . . .serious . . . friendly . . . loves to drive . . . everyone’s friend. Intramural Basketball 2. 3. -I; Intramural Football 2, 4; Bas- ketball 1. ROGER ' WILLIAMS HOOD, JR. 39 Anawan Rd. Rog, . . . Friendly . . . willinc to help . . . party jiver . . . happy . . . talkative. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 1, 2. 3, 4; Variety Show Yearbook 4: Intramurals 2. 4: Science Fair 1. 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4: Prom Committees 3. 4. JAMES DOl’GI.AS HOWARD 51 Sutherland Rd. Jim . . . Lowell Thomas of N.A.H.S. . . . always eager to help . . . dedicated . . . in- dividualist. Yearbook Co-Editor 4; Class Treasurer 1; Track 1; Science Club 1, President 2; Science Fair 1. 2, 3, 4; Student Coun- cil Alt. 1, 2; National Honor ScKiety 3, Treasurer 4; PTA Speaking Contest 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Senior Play 4. CELESTE ROSEMARIE JETTE Paine Rd. Lovey . . . Remember for: her love of music . . . good heart . . . ready laugh . . . helpful- ness . . . good natured . . . " Gram. " French Club 1. 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 4; Committees 3, 4; Variety- Show 2, 3, 4; Driver Training 3; Science Fair 2; Yearbook 4; Senior Play. RICHARD WAYNE JOHNSON 130 East Washington Street Dick . . . placid . . . witty . . . shy . . . unconcerned . . . sin- cere. Chess Club 2, 4; Science Fair 2, 4; Variety Show 3; Weight Lifting 2, 4. WAYNE BROOKS JOHNSON 367 Commonwealth Ave. Wtiyiie . . . North’s greatest trombone player . . . amicable disposition . . . modest . . . gix)d looking senior . . . neat dresser. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Special Group 2; Intramural Football 2, 3. JEAN IRENE JUTRAS 68 Division St. Dimples . . . loves gym . . . full of fun . . . friendly . . . 4-H leader . . . loves basket- ball . . . always smiling . . . happy " Jeannie.” Camera Club 1, 2, 3; Red Cap Typist 4; Intramurals 1. 2. 3, 4; Pep Club 3. 4; Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE MICHAEL KAPOLCHOK Mt. Vernon Ave. George . . . " Is that right " . . well dressed . . . active . . . hot Volvo . . . shot put- ter. Track 2, 3. 4; Weight Lifting 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, Vice President 3. President 4; Honor Society 3, 4. 37 CLAUDIA JEAN KEITH 363 Broad way Claud . . . driver training ' s best student . . . silly . . . flirty . . . has a remarkable sense of humor . . . plans to be a nurse. Red Cap 1; Student Council 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Commit- tees; Variety Show 4; Intra- murals; Science Fair 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 4. GERALDINE KENNEY 469 Kelley Blvd. Gerri . . . " hard to know, easy to like” . . . reserved . . . athletic . . . sincere. Cake Sale 1; Glee Club 2; Art Club 2; Science Fair 1, 2; Bowling 2; Basketball 2, 3; Badminton 3. MARYLN LEWIS KINNEY 31 Ivy Street Mai ... a great talker . . . witty . . . never caught without an answer. Driver Education 3; Red Cap Typist 3, 4; Badminton Intra- murals 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Senior Prom 4; Junior Prom 3; Ticket Committee 3; Librarian 4; Bowling 2. EARL VINCENT KNIGHT, JR. Sturdy Ave. Buster . . . quiescent . . dashing . . . persevering . . apt. HENRY MICHAEL LABONTE 454 Kelly Blvd. Chickie . . . quiet, yet lots of fun to be with . . . likes driver training cars . . . taxi . . . likes cookies. Science Fair 1; Committees 1. 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4. Sl ' SAN FLORENCE LANTHIER 45 Towne Street Sue . . . hates being called quiet ... 15 driving lessons! . . . will be a great nurse eventually . . . goes on fre- quent bike? rides ... a great kid to know. Student Council 1; Pep Club 1, 4; French Club 2; Commit- tees 1, 2, 3, 4; Flower Girl 3; Intramurals 3, 4; Science Club 1; Glee Club 2; Music Review 2; Science Fair 1, 2, 3; Variety- Show 3; Office 3; Yearbook Staff 4. LORRAINE PAULINE LaROCHELLE 468 Kelley Blvd. Lorraine . . . peppy . . . pre- fers red heads . . . great per- sonality . . . loves maroon . . . always smiling . . . cute . . . Badminton 3; Basketball 2, 3; Bowling 2, 3; Science Fair 1; Pep Club 1, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Cake Sale 1; Music Review; Trampoline Club 2; Yearbook; Band 1; Committees 4. FRANCIS JOSEPH LEARY, JR. 119 Fisher Street Fran . . . talkative . . . friendly . . . well-dressed . . . likes Cleopatra print Bermudas. Science Club 1; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver’s Training J; National Honor Society, Usher 3; Science Fair 1, 2; Radio News Club 4; Yearbook Ad- vertising Staff 4. 38 - Gunner Turkic! ANN MARIE LEGO 380 South Washington Street Ann . . . remembered for her Cleopatra hairdo . . . loqua- cious . . topsy-turvy . . . happy-go-lucky . . " Oh. yeah ! " Yearbook Advertising Staff; Intramurals 3, 4; Variety Show 3. FRANCINE RITA LeCOMPTE 108 Park Street Fran . . . " you ' re kidding” . . . always going . . . infectious laugh . . . loquacious. Red Cap Collector 2; Conces- sions 2, 3; Cake Sale 2; Science Fair 1. 2; A Cappella 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; French Club 2, 3, Pres. 2, Vice Pres. 3; Student Council 3, 4; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Photography Staff 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. NANCY CHRISTINE LeGRAND Landry Avenue Nancy . . . peppy and full of school spirit . . always friendly . . . good natured . . . co-operative and depend- able ... a good basketball player. Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Science Fair 1, 2, 3; Cake Sale 1; Junior Dramatics; French Club 3; Yearbook; Flower Girl 3; Variety Show Usher- ette 3; Driver Training 3; Music Revue 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Basketball 2, 3; Band 1. NORMA lEAN LETOURNEAU 125 Division Street Norms . . . individualist . . . enjoys life . . . happy . . . makes a good sundae. German Club 2, 3; Variety Show 3; Pep Club 1,2; Science Fair 1, 2; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Intramural Bowling 2, 3. 1 39 irrrfiiiiiHiMtt ' iiiiiTimiiiiiiiri HARLEY RUSSELL LONG 3 Kendall St. Russell . . . Great Skier . . . Optimist . . . High School Da- Vinci . . . Likes Outdoor Sports. Science Eair 1, 2, 4; Commit tees 4; Art Club 1. JOHN EREDRICK LUNDGREN 6 Young Avenue Fred . . . Baby Huey . . . will- ing . . . affable . . . loss of Attleboro . . . gain of North . . . sportsman. THOMAS KEVIN LYNCH 448 Broadway Tommy . . . " Mr. President " . . . witty . . . popular . . . industrious . . . thoughtful . . . well thought of . . . " Oh. Penny.” Senior Class President; Student Council 3. 4; Committees 1. 2, 3, 4; Track 3. 4; Variety Show 3. 4; Science Pair; Boys ' State; Chess Club 1, 2, 3; Ger- man Club 2, 3; Junior Dra- matics Club 3; Career Club 2; Latin Banquet; Yearbook 4; Senior Play 4. CAROL ANN MacDONALD 11 Franklin Avenue Carol . . . petite . . . pleasant . . . bashful . . . excitable . . . cute. Science Fair 2; Pep Club 1. 4; Refreshment Committee; Bas- ketball Game 3; Bowling 3; Badminton 3; Paper Drive 4; Decoration Committee 3; Driver Training 4; Cake Sale 1; Red Cap 3; Advertising Staff; Yearbook 4; Senior Prom 4. I 1 t -J ■ ' A .y Pickled pig’s feet 4P r Nnrtif Attlpbnrowglj Mtgif B’cIfDoI ? draJiuattrrn Sxmtapa CLASS of 1964 TUESDAY, June 9, 1964 6:00 o’clock p. m. Weather permitting on Community Field or 8:00 o’clock p. m. in Community Theater Only white tickets can be used at the theater. No seats are reserved at the theater. PROGRAM ? March — ”Portlight " Nolan tinvocation The Rev. Jan Knost A Cappella Choir — " Vere Langores Nostros” Lotti " No Man Is An Island” Whitney-Pvramer Essay with Salutatory — " Our Moral Responsibility To The World” Judith Brennan Soprano Solo — " He Shall Be Like A Tree” Blanche Bowling Diane Altman Accompanied by: Paula MacDuff Essay — " To Realize Ambition” Maura Curtis Chorus— " ' Walk With God” rodsky-Ernst Essay — " Does One Reach His Goal?” Karen Nelson Trombone Solo — " Solo de Concours” — Croce-SpinelU Wayne Johnson Accompanied by: Paula MacDuff Essay — " The Torch and Its Challenge” JoAnn Narkiewicz Soprano Solo — " May Y ou Always” — Marks Charles Deborah White Accompanied by: Paula MacDuff Essay with Valedictory — " The Challenge To America’s Schools” William Clark Presentation of Athletic Cup Superintendent William F. Clark Presentation of Prizes and Awards Principal Leon A. Regan Presentation of Diplomas James E. Munroe, Sr. Chairman, School CommittA (Please refrain from applauding until all diplomas have been presented) ' Singing of Class Ode fBenediction The Rev. Edmond Dickinson March — " Pomp and Circumstance” Elgar These parts awarded on the basis of excellence in Graduation Essay and for Scholarship Standing. Athletic Cup in memory of State Representative Carlton H. Bliss, given by his family. fThe audience will please stand during these portions of the program. 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J i)anntm» )Qinflt(Quiiicy HoapitaX) .•JOuoa Eoanh(Bal)terd) . " Jnftim Ihalaiawics(BQ r HUUocb Hoop.) .-Lomt F»lri«r(X tbarin9 61b } .•BmXa McCs»thy(Bat8r 9«t Brl M ) $800. " Plaa Qnlaby(Brld9BMatttr) vaoo.-Jteiat MattoraCStody Muraorlai) $300. " fhul PaimlCBcrtlamtors} . " ItMis CMTaa»(?UXaixrm) .•Cbristino Sst lPavtuetet Msaorlal) . " Naryann Vaidhav Bhode Zslnnd Collaa } . " RosaeiX Lone (SdKX I of OphasiCfirldocwater} lOO.- baey loOraikACsturdy l ksBaorlal) XOO. DaXa Malden (firid imatar} .. Thomas Lynch CLASS OFFICERS President Vice President JUDITH Brennan Secretary Linda Desmarais Treasurer STUART ROBINSON CLASS COLORS : Red and White CLASS ODE Words and Music by: Paula MacDuff As we stand together on this graduation eve, joined together one last time before we take our leave. We think back on our years at North — we thank the Lord that we could freely think, and learn. Oh, priceless opportunity! The hours spent with teachers on whom we do depend until this hour. Now to them a farewell we extend. And all the many joys from the friendships we have made make strong and true the bond we feel — the thoughts that dare not fade. As we stand together on this graduation eve, joined together one last time before we take our leave. We think back on our years at North — we thank the Lord that we could freely think and learn. Oh, priceless opportunity! Diane Frances Altman John Thomas Armell Charlotte Ann Audette Linda Joy Austin Elton John Baril William Barton Helen Cecile Beaulieu Stephen William Bell Diane Marie Bellavance Linda Jean Benoit Edgar Marshall Bergevine Barbara Irene Bishop James Black Gregory Alan Blackbird Jo-Ann Louise Bourgeois Donna Frances Breault Judith Ann Brennan Kenneth James Buckley Robert James Butler David Henry Caldwell Sandra Jean Caldwell Janet Ray Carpenter Angelina Assunta Carr Louis Francis Cerrone Albert Thomas Chabot Georgette Chabot Stephen Robert Chace Patti Chapin Judith Ann Cherry Derith Ann Cinq-Mars William Randall Clark Kathleen Reardon Connelly John Michael Connor, Jr. Alary Elizabeth Coogan Laura Ann Cook Sandra Ann Cooke Claire Costigan Alison Ann Cotton Patricia Jean Creegan Barbara Lee Cronan Alary Margaret Curtis Maura Jane Curtis Paul Peter Danes! Peter Charles Darelius George Robert DeBlois Suzanne Simonne DeBlois Margaret Mary DeMarco Andrea Jeanne DeMeo Linda Claire Desmarais Louis Joseph DiFiore Ronald John DiFiore Thomas David Drainville Arthur Raymond England Christine Ann Estey Carolyn Ann Everton Elaine Clara Farrell Kathleen Rose Marie Feid Beth Joanne Fenton Karen Ann Finn Sandra Lee Fontaine Eunice Joan Forbes Grant Richard Forbes Gregory Ross Forbes Alan George Foster Robin Jean Fournier Jane Henry Gallant Jo-anne Galvin Martha Lee Gaudette Janet Anne Gaudreau Elaine Laura George Edith Gene Gerring Arthur Wilfred Golden Donna Ellen Grant Gail Meridith Grant Gayle Louise Grimaldi Linda Louise Grimaldi I onald Grzenda Sharon Ann Guise Kathleen Jane Gulski Richard Haggerty James Edric Hammond Marilyn Ellen Hess Linda Mae Higginbotham Ix)uise Georgia Hill Jack Joseph Hodgdon Roger Williams Hood, Jr. James Douglas Howard Celeste Rosemarie Jette Richard Wayne Johnson Wayne Brooks Johnson Jean Irene Jutras George Michael Kapolchok Claudia Jean Keith Geraldine Kenney Maryln Lewis Kinney Earl Vincent Knight, Jr. Henry Michael Labonte Susan Florence Lanthier Lorraine Pauline LaRochelle Francis Joseph Leary, Jr. Ann Marie Leco Francine Rita LeCompte Nancy Christine LeGrand Norma Jean Letourneau Harley Russell Long John Fredrick Lundgren Thomas Kevin Lynch Robert Francis Lyons Carol Ann MacDonald Paula Jane MacDuff Susan MacKay Sharryn Louise Manson Christine Mary Masterson Rose Mary Mathurin Pamela Anne McCarthy Robert James McKeon Michael Joseph McMahon Terence Lee McNally Steven Elton Metz Jean Murchy JoAnn Phyllis Narkiewicz Karen Nelson Edmund Gregory Norton William Kenneth O’Donnell Robert Dale Osterberg Jeannine Irma Ouimet Henry Paquin Donna Paton Gary Plante Robert Plante Lenore Poirier Diane Louise Quimby Leslie Frances Ralph Sharon Elaine Ralph Janice Regan Sheila Mary Reilly Paulette Dianne Restino Carolyn Rhilinger Carol Jean Riendeau Karen Roach David Harold Robertson Stuart Brown Robinson Lucille Mary Roderick Barbara Monroe Rooney Judith Anne Satti Jeanne Lauraine Schriever Alison Ruth Scott Sandra Jean Shaw David Alan Shepard Clifford Eugene Sherman Donald Simpson Jane Ann Simpson Andrea Maria Sliz Robert Nolin Smith Rosemarie Smith Sandra Louise Smith Janice Mary Stafford Celeste Adele St. Jean Walter George St. Lawrence Thomas Alan Stoltz Jeanne Marie St. Pierre Nancy Lee Swaine Carol Ann Sweet Carol Ann Thibault David Martin Turinese Eleanor Marie Turinese Nancy Jeanne Upham Irene Marie Valade Maryann Vanbever Jose Prudencio Vargas Norman Edward Viens Dale Elizabeth Walden David Lester Walton Ronald William Warwick Marilyn Jean Washburn Janet Claire Watters Rodney Watts Thomas Eugene Whidden Deborah Stuart White Cheryl Ann Wilmarth Frank Howard Wojciechowski Cynthia Anne Woloshyn North AtMeboro High School I he C ass of %4 ' presents CLASS DAY EXERCISES Community Fieid COLORS: Red end White FLOWER; Red ond Kite Roses MOTTO. To Strive, To Seek, To Find But Not To Yield CLASS ODE Words and Music by PAULA MacDUFF As we stand together on this graduation eve, Joined together one last time before we take our leave, we Think back on our years at North — we thank the Lord that we could Freely think and learn, oh, priceless opportunity ! The hours spent with teachers, on whom we do depend Until this hour, now to them a farewell we extend. And All the many joys from the friendships we have made, make Strong and true the bond we feel — the thoughts that dare not fade. As we stand together on this graduation eve. Joined together one last time before we take our leave, we Think back on our years at North — we thank the Lord that we could Freely think and learn, oh, priceless opportunity! — 1 — CLASS HISTORY 19 6 4 By DONNA GRANT and PAUL DANESI As we assemble here today, the thought that we are coming to the end of the best four years in our lives is an actuality. Not only have these past years been filled with the work required for a high school education, but also with the many activities which compensated for the hard work. During our years at North High we have made many new friends, carried out our duties as a class, and competed for the vai ' ious positions and honors; all of which have made us very capable of meeting any problems that life may hold in store. Because North High has assisted us to achieve this, it will remain in the hearts and the minds of every member of our class. After the first couple of months as freshmen who were still occasionally getting lost, we held our first class meeting at which we chose our officers. Greg Norton was our new President, Judy Brennan our Vice President, Jim Howard our Treasurer, and Rose Mary Mathurin our Secretary. Our Freshman Cake Sale, the only event of which we had charge, proved very successful and started the class off well financially. We eagerly entered our sophomore year feeling proud to give wrong directions to the baffled freshmen. It wasn’t long before we chose our new leaders to guide us: Bill Clark, President; Judy Brennan, Vice President; Stuart Robinson, Treasurer; Linda Desmarais, Secretary. Most of us became interested in extra-curricula activities and sports at this time. The two main events of the year were the St. Patrick’s Dance, “Driftin’ Over Dublin”, and the faculty-student basketball game. Both the school year and vacation passed very quickly and we were then upper- classmen. We chose for officers, Walter St. Lawrence as President, Judy Brennan as Vice President, Stuart Robinson as Treasurer, and Linda Desmarais as Secretary. Not until we received our class rings, put on a very successful variety show, “North Side Story”, and the Sadie Hawkins Dance, “A GirPs Night Out”, did we really feel like Juniors. The event most looked forward to was our Junior Prom, “Jardin Des Fleurs”, at which Carol Sweet was crowned Queen. Attending Carol were Nancy Swaine, Linda Austin, Dale Walden, Rose Mary Mathurin, Kathy Connelly, Donna Paton, Derry Cinq- Mars, and Beth Fenton. Last September we entered North High as the leaders, for the senior year had begun. We elected our new officers almost immediately. Tom Lynch is our President, Judy Brennan our Vice President, Stuart Robinson our Treasurer, and Linda Desma- rais our Secretary. These fellow students have guided us successfully through our senior year to now, the start of graduation week. Our athletic seniors kept up the glory of North High in Bristol County. Tom Whid- den and Dave Robertson piloted our football team, Frank Wojciechowski the basketball team, Steve Metz the track team, and Grant Forbes the baseball team. Accompanying our teams onto victory were Pam McCarthy as head cheerleader and Sue MacKay as head majorette. The senior cheerleaders were Nancy Swaine, Jo-anne Galvin, Derry Cinq-Mars, and Rose Mary Mathurin. Senior majorettes were Robin Fournier, Kathy Connelly, and Donna Grant. Claire Costigan and Tom Lynch, the stars of our Senior Play, “Don’t Take My Penny”, did an excellent job as did the entire cast. Mary Coogan and Steve Metz did an admirable job as co-editors of the Red Cap which was eagerly waited for each month. Through the combined efforts of Diane Bellavance and Jim Howard, the Northern Light is a great success. Our Senior Prom, “Blue Velvet”, at which Kathy Connelly reigned as Queen, was held at the Alpine Country Club in Cranston, Rhode Island, and was enjoyed by every- one. In the Queen’s court were Beth Fenton, Donna Paton, Jeannine Ouimet, Derry Cinq-Mars, Jo-anne Galvin, Rose Mary Mathurin, Dale Walden, Linda Austin, and Nancy Swaine. The many enjoyments as well as the few inevitable disappointments of our four years at NAHS will remain in the thoughts of our entire graduating class. — 2 — SUPERLATIVES MOST POPULAR— Lou DiFiore to Rick Kearney Carol Sweet to Sandy Gehrung MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED— Stuart Robinson to Steve Smith Linda Austin to Linda Abel SMARTEST— Bill Clark to Louie Parker Judy Brennan to Jean Richards BEST ALL AROUND— Tom Lynch to John Robitaille Nancy Swaine to Cheryl Caldwell MOST AMBITIOUS— Jim Howard to Scott Lockwood Pam McCarthy to Royanne Phipps BEST DRESSED— Greg and Grant Forbes to Fred Erickson Gayle Grimaldi to Sandy Stearns SHYEST— Elton Baril to Joe Gomes Carol McDonald to Janet Poirier NEATEST— Bob McKeon to Bob Beety Jo-Ann Galvin to Cheryll Cheetham MOST CONGENIAL— Ronald DiFiore to Dave MacNamara Janice Stafford to Linda McCarthy MOST CONTRIBUTING— Walter St. Lawrence to Chip Charlebois Mary Coogan to Lois Richards SMOOTHEST— Cliff Sherman to Chris Nelson Derri Cinq-Mars to Lorna Grimaldi MOST DEPENDABLE— Paul Danes! to Doug Wilcock Beth Fenton to Bev Anderson MOST TALKATIVE— Francis Leary to Jimmy Lynch Claudia Keith to Pam Keith BEST LINE— John Connor to Danny Poirier Ann Marie Leco to Kay Leary MOST SINCERE— Alan Foster to Mike Gould Dale Walden to Jean Clarner MOST ATHLETIC— Tom Whidden to Lorin Kinney Helen Beaulieu to Rose Ann Beaulieu BEST LOOKING— George Kapolchok to Jim Jackson Donna Paton to Nancy Duckworth LIVELIEST— Bob Plante to Tommy Corrigan Maryanne VanBever to Jeanne Carron CUTEST— Jose Prudencio to Robert Beach Kathy Connelly to Sue Charlebois MOST TYPICAL— Greg Norton to John Ruest Claire Costigan to Cheryll Dawson WITTIEST— Lou Cerrone to Paul Medeiros Jeannie Ouimet to Margaret Levesque CLASS FLIRTS— Ken O’Donnell to Alfie Paquette Rose Mary Mathurin to Karen LeClair MOST SERIOUS— Mike MacMahon to Richard Arena Cynthia Woloshyn to Sharron Lowman BEST DANCER— Dave Robertson to John Medeiros Margaret DeMarco to Beth Monast — 3 — CLASS WILL By JEANNINE OUIMET and ROBERT McKEON DIANE ALTMAN — leaves her baked onion soup to Brooksie. JOHN ARMELL — leaves for Bryant College with Double and the Boys. CHARLOTTE ANN AUDETTE — leaves snow caps, tears, and flying angles to Brooksie and Billy. LINDA JOY AUSTIN — leaves her ears to the N.A.H.S. biology department for research purposes. ELTON BARIL — leaves a glass of milk to “Poet” who is too young for anything else. WILLIAM BARTON — leaves his trombone section to David Johnson. HELEN CECILE BEAULIEU — leaves her athletic abilities to Rose Anne Beaulieu. STEPHEN WILLIAM BELL — leaves his little sister to Mike Carr. DIANE MARIE BELLEVANCE — leaves her title as co-editor of the Yearbook to Jim Howard so he can be editor-in-chief. ROBERT NORMAN BENNETT — leaves his seat in English to anyone brave enough to take it. LINDA JEAN BENOIT — leaves a road map to Newport. EDGAR MARSHALL BERGEVINE — leaves his A.H.S. Booster Pin to Frozzie. BARBARA IRENE BISHOP — leaves her seat in homeroom to Karen LangiUe. JAMES BLACK — leaves a pair of roller skates so he won’t have to run from basement to basement. GREGORY ALAN BLACKBIRD — leaves Robert Megna his comb. JO-Ann LOUIS BOURGEOIS — leaves her hydrochloric acid in the bottle. DONNA FRANCES BREAULT— leaves her pink comb to Cookie so she can open the door to homeroom in the morning. JUDITH ANN BRENNAN — leaves the high school four years older than when she came. KENNETH JAMES BUCKLEY — leaves Tom Smith a free lesson to a speech clinic. ROBERT JAMES BUTLER — leaves his pitcher’s mound to Dale Alger. DAVID HENRY CALDWELL — leaves his A in the bookkeeping final to anyone who wants it. SANDRA JEAN CALDWELL — leaves her gracefulness to Brenda Grant. JANET RAY CARPENTER — leaves the machine in Clerical Practice to anyone who wants it. ANGELINA ASSUNTA CARR — leaves all the pastry in the cooking room to anyone who will attempt to eat it. LOUIS FRANCIS CERRONE — leaves looking for a good dentist. ALBERT THOMAS CHABOT — leaves a pair of fingernail clippers to Bob Beaty. GEORGETTE CHABOT — leaves her happy days in typing to Linda DeGraft. STEPHEN ROBERT CHASE — leaves his catchers mit to John Ruest. PATTI CHAPIN — leaves tripping over the flowers in the carpet. JUDITH ANN CHERRY — leaves a little uncertain of how she ever made it through old N.A.H.S. RONALD CHILDRESS — leaves his long acquired knowledge of school to any freshman who plans on making a career of high school. DERITH ANN CINQ-MARS — leaves Nancy Pierce her good figure. WILLIAM RANDALL CLARK — leaves his broken skis to Steve Smith. KATHLEEN REARDON CONNELLY— leaves her teeth to the Coca-Cola opening company. JOHN MICHAEL CONNER, JR. — leaves “Chowder” to Friday’s lunches. MARY ELIZABETH COOGAN — leaves the herd corridor to the sophomore pack. LAURA COOK — leaves her blue sweater to her sister Linda, so she won’t have to borrow it. SANDRA ANN COOKE — leaves N.A.H.S. with the greatest gang going. ALISON ANN COTTON — leaves her brains to her brother Joey. CLAIRE COSTIGAN — leaves her little staff to anyone brave e nough to take it. PATRICIA JEAN CREEGAN — leaves rubber with her ’35 Dodge. BARBARA LEE CRONAN — leaves as stubborn as she came. MARY MARGARET CURTIS — leaves her bookkeeping book to anyone who needs it. MAURA JANE CURTIS — leaves her French horn to Diane Johnston. PAUL PETER DANESI — leaves the glorious family name of Danes! to his sister Patricia. PETER CHARLES DARELIUS — leaves his nickname to anyone who wants one. — 4 — GEORGE ROBERT DEBLOIS— leaves to Dale Alger some spare mud for his brain. SUZANNE S. DEBLOIS — leaves to Pam Keith the boys of the great metropolis of Providence — with prayers. MARGARET DEMARCO— leaves her dark roots and a bottle of “Miss Clairol” to Pam Brown to prove blondes don’t have more fun. ANDREA DEMEO — leaves her growing pains to the N.A.H.S. basketball team. LINDA DESMARAIS — leaves her Falcon door to George Kapolchok to add to his collection. LOUIS DIFIORE — leaves his red hair to Joey Cotton. RONALD DIFIORE— leaves some of his freckles to an anemic under classman. THOMAS DRAINVILLE — leaves his springs to the track team which brought him to such great heights in high jumping. ARTHUR ENGLAND — leaves his memories. CHRISTINE ESTEY — leaves her job in the office to anyone who likes to work. CAROLYN EVERTON — leaves her locker to anyone who can find their way through it. ELAINE FARRELL — leaves her sneakers to whoever took them. KATHY FEID — leaves her bone for the next Fido. BETH FENTON — leaves her initials to some deserving Senior. KAREN FINN — leaves her German book to the one who left her theirs. SANDRA FONTAINE — leaves her seat in study hall to any other studious person. EUNICE FORBES — leaves her seat in Latin to undisciplined students who like to wash blackboards. GRANT FORBES — leaves his seat to anyone who is man enough to fill it. GREG FORBES— leaves his brain to the Science Department. ALAN FOSTER — leaves his vacation in the hospital to anyone who likes sleeping, eating, and nurses. ROBIN FOURNIER — leaves her daancing ability to Elaine LaFleche. JANE GALLANT — leaves her yellow sweater to any junior girl who can wear it. JO ANN GALVIN — leaves her creme developer and any other developer. MARTHA GAUDETTE — laves her 3 unlocked lockers. JANET ANN GAUDREAU — leaves her poems to anyone who can fully understand them. ELAINE GEORGE — leaves the security of school days for the challenge of independence. EDITH GERRING — leaves to do her flirting in New York. ARTHUR GOLDEN — leaves North Attleboro (period). DONNA GRANT — leaves for Broadway Extension. GAIL GRANT — leaves all her masterpieces from Mr. Rutkowski’s class to the museum of fine arts. GAYLE GRIMALDI — leaves her scarab bracelets to the girl who wants to wear them all at once. DONALD GRZENDA — leaves his final term’s marks to anyone who would like to re-check his outstanding averages. SHARON GUISE — leaves her mother to bake tarts for all the N.A.H.S. underclassmen. KATHLEEN GULSKI — leaves her duck calls to Steve Smith and hopes he can find someone else to give them to. DICK HAGGARTY — Leaves his good disposition to any easy-going junior. JAMES HAMMOND — leaves anything standing still in his Dart. MARILYN HESS — leaves old N.A. to study art in England at Liverpool College of Art. LINDA HIGGINBOTHAM — leaves the school to her brothers to do with as they please. LOUISE HILL — leaves as quietly as she came. JACK HODGSON — leaves his athletic ability to Dale Alger. ROGER HOOD — leaves his W. and Jr. for anyone who wants them. JAMES HOWARD — leaves the cozy little yearbook room to the new co-editors. CELESTE JETTE — leaves her 7 French books. RICHARD JOHNSON — leaves his toys in physics. WAYNE JOHNSON — leaves Donna on good behavior. JEAN JUTRAS — leaves to wait for a certain man in the army. GEORGE KAPOLCHOK — leaves a paradox. CLAUDIA KEITH — leaves Neil to Royanne. GERALDINE KENNEY — leaves to be a happy homemaker. MARILYN KINNY — leaves her book reports to anyone who can understand them. EARL KNIGHT — leaves his seat in P.O.D. to anyone who needs economic guidance. HENRY LEBONTE — leaves the security of Room 31. SUSAN LANTHIER — leaves N. A. to give driving lessons to her accident prone friends. — 5 — LORRAINE LAROCHELLE — leaves her favorite record “Hey Paula” at Bishop Feehan. FRANCIS LEARY — leaves his French skills to anyone who can use them. FRANCINE LECOMPTE— leaves her horn to J.C.’s. ANN MARIE LECO — leaves to Denny Greenhalgh all surfer’s dreams. NANCY LEGRAND — leaves the remainder of her cat to the Science dept. NORMA LETOURNEAU — leaves a piece of gum on her seat in homeroom 22A. RUSSELL LONG — longs to leave. FRED LUNDGREN — leaves his nickname “Baby Huey” to someone big enough to fit it. THOMAS LYNCH — leaves his cold hands to someone with a warm heart. CAROL MACDONALD — leaves her elevated shoes because she’s grown another Vs of an inch. PAULA MACDUFF — leaves a black Volvo to anyone who dares take Dennis away while she’s gone. SUSAN MACKAY — leaves, thanks to a friend. SHARRYN MANSON — leaves N. A. to study art in Liverpool, England. CHRISTINE MASTERSON — leaves the boys alone. ROSE MARY MATHURIN — leaves her place on the cheering squad to anyone who can hold it. PAMELA MACCARTHY — leaves her T-Shirt to Val Pickering. ROBERT McKEON — leaves under the impression that they make ’em better at North. MIKE McMAHON — leaves a Red Sox World Series Ticket to anyone with patience. TERRY McNALLY — leaves his red Edsel to anyone who can drive it. STEVE METZ — leaves his track shoes to anyone who can fit into them. JEAN MURCHY — leaves her assorted hair dyes to Jeanne Gracie. JOANN NARKIEWICZ — leaves about 8 " and 5 lbs. to any undernourished junior. KAREN NELSON — leaves her 1 2 Nelson technique to anyone who dares to fight a turtle. GREG NORTON — leaves his nickname “hook” to parrot. KENNETH O’DONNELL— leaves BOB OSTERBERG — leaves his harem. JEANNINE OUIMET — leaves her Debby-Drake exercising kit to any muscle-bound junior. HENRY PAQUIN — leaves by the skin of his teeth. DONNA PATTON — leaves her curly hair to anyone that will take it. GARY PLANTE— leaves his part in the senior play to anyone who can give a real French accent. BOB PLANTE — leaves horseneck beach to the best swimmer in the senior class. LENORE POIRIER — leaves her hairdos to any underclassman who likes to be different. DIANNE QUIMBY — leaves all her good relations with her teachers next year to her brother. Bob. LESLIE RALPH — leaves homeroom period to anyone who needs typing practice. SHARRON RALPH — leaves practicing her penmanship. JANICE REGAN — leaves her seat in home nursing to anyone. SHEILA REILLY — leaves all her common pins to Sandy Gherring. PAULETTE RESTING — leaves her unopened report card to anyone with nerve. CAROLYN RHILINGER — leaves for Massachusetts General and the Navy. CAROL RIENDEAU — leaves happier than when she came. KAREN ROACH — leaves a “trot” to the 4th period Latin Class. DAVE ROBERTSON — wills that his will be willed to Jimmy Jackson. STU ROBINSON — leaves his vocabulary to anyone who can pronounce words. LUCILLE RODERICK — leaves her name off the N.A.H.S. absent list forever. JUDY SATTI — leaves her fights with Bobby to Beth and Lorin. JEANNE SCHRIEVER — leaves her seat in Shorthand to anyone who enjoys looking out the window. ALLISON SCOTT — leaves her job at Sturdy’s to anyone who wants it. SANDRA SHAW — leaves her yearbook ledger to next year’s business manager. DAVID SHEPHERD — leaves after five years. CLIFF SHERMAN — leaves his big No. 22 to anyone who can fill it. DONALD SIMPSON — leaves his math, to Lianne who is the only one that can understand it. JANE SIMPSON — leaves many laughs and happy hours at North High to Judy. Morriseau. ANDREA SLIZ— leaves her secret ambition to any underclassman with a lot of nerve. BOB SMITH — leaves his nickname Hector. — 6 ROSEMARIE SMITH — leaves with the hope that someone with a bad problem gets her P. O. D. book. JANICE STAFFORD — leaves her nickname Mushroom Logger to any junior girl with 15 inch calves. CELESTE ST. JEAN — leaves her seat in sewing to any ambitious girl. WALT ST. LAURENCE — leaves his desire to whoever plays guard next year. TOMMY STOLTZ — leaves his car to anyone with enough friends to push it. JEANNE ST. PIERRE — leaves her place in the lunch line to anyone who isn’t impatient. NANCY SWAINE — leaves her ability at getting things done to Sharon Lowman. CAROL SWEET — leaves her cullottes to anyone brave enough to wear them. CAROL THIBAULT — leaves her Geometry book to her sister. SANDRA SMITH — leaves her Easter suit to anyone who wants to finish it. DAVE TURINESE — leaves his blue Dodge to anyone who wants a problem. ELEANOR TURINESE — leaves the remains of madras material to anyone who wants to make a diaper for their nephew. NANCY JEANNE UPHAM — leaves her standing place on the school bus to her brother. IRENE VALADE — leaves her job at the Falls Shopping Center to her sister Mae. MARYANNE VANBEAVER — leaves with the herd following. JOSE PRUDENCIO — leaves Bolivian accent to Steve Smith. NORM VIENS — leaves a seat in Physics class to anyone who can get a passing grade. DALE WALDEN — leaves the library to Sue Paquette. DAVE WALTON — leaves his Chevy to anyone who can keep it running. MARILYN WASHBURN — leaves her volume of Latin Translations to Liz McCormick. RODNEY WATTERS — leaves his locker to Liz McCormick. JANET WATTERS — leaves George — getting to all his classes on time. THOMAS WHIDDEN — leaves No. 58 to his brother Wes. DEBBY WHITE — leaves arguing to anyone who wants it. CHERRY WILMARTH — leaves to rob a certain bank. FRANK WOJCIECHOWSKI— leaves his basketball suit to Alfie. CYNTHIA WOLOSHYN — leaves her place at the end of the alphabet to Fran Zielinski. ☆ ☆ ☆ — 7 — CLASS GIFTS By MARY COOGAN and GREG NORTON DIANE ALTMAN — To Diane we give a note for her accomplishments in music. JOHN ARMELL — To Armell we give a lamb. CHARLOTTE AUDETTE — To Charlotte we give wings for her high-flying future. LINDA AUSTIN — To Frosty we give coal and a carrot — all that’s left of the snowman. ELTON BARIL — To Elton we give a check from Alley’s. WILLIAM BARTON — To Bill we give a Charles Atlas muscle building course. HELEN BEAULIEU — To Helen we give a copy of True Stories so she will know just how to write hers. STEPHEN BELL — To Steve we give our permission to ring whenever he wants to. DIANE BELLAVANCE — To Diane we give some “Kellyy” green. ROBERT BENNETT — To Bennie we give an excuse for being absent in case he needs one again. LINDA BENOIT — To Lin we give a book entitled “How To Plan P. J. Parties”. MARSHALL BERCWINE — To Mike we give a harem of Attleboro women. BARBARA BISHOP — To Barbara we give a smile in case she ever wants to try one on. JAMES BLACK — To Jim we give a golf ball. GREGORY BLACKBIRD — To Greg we give a nest. JO-ANN BOURGEOIS — To Jo-Ann we give an “A” in her best subject — math. DONNA BREAULT — To Donna we give a pot for her PLANTE. JUDITH BRENNAN — To Judy we give the pandomonium award for causing the most confusion. KENNETH BUCKLEY — To Kenny we give a wig for his receding hairline. ROBERT BUTLER — To Bob we give an extra large handkerchief ’cause he needs it. DAVID CALDWELL — To Dave we give a pencil to get him started as an accountant. SANDRA CALDWELL — To Sandy we give a bottle of Carter’s little love pills. JANET CARPENTER — To Janet we give an untouchable license. ANGELINA CARR — To Angie we give a home permanent that’s guaranteed not to friz. LOUIS CERRONE — To Lou we give a parking place on Metcalf Road. ALBERT CHABOT — To A1 we give a new front seat for his car. GEORGETTE CHABOT — To Georgette we give the letters J.C. to remind her of her favorite hangout. STEVEN CHACE — To Steve we give a sleeping bag. PATTI CHAPIN — To Pat we give some “Hay” to remind her of Attleboro. JUDITH CHERRY — To Judy we give a book entitled “How To Gain Weight Sensibly.” RONALD CHILDRESS — To Ronnie we give a picture of North High so he won’t get lonesome. DERITH CINQ-MARS — To Derry we give a do-it-yourself tattoo blouse. WILLIAM CLARK — To Eben we give a shot put to remind him to stick to the broad jump. KATHLEEN CONNELLY — To Con we give a bottle opener so she won’t have to use her teeth. JOHN CONNOR — To John we give a can of baby powder. LAURA COOK — To Laura we give a tent for her camping trip. SANDRA COOKE — To Sandy we give a credit card so she’ll always have the gas to go to Woonsocket. CLAIRE COSTIGAN — To Claire we give a little staff to remind her of her title. ALISON COTTON — To Alison we give a door knocker for her to pick up Bucky with. PATRICIA CREEGAN — To Pat we give a ruler so she can keep all her boyfriends straight. BARBARA CRONAN— To Barbara we give a navy date book for her trips to Maryland. MARY CURTIS— To Mary we give a ring that she can wear on her finger. MAURAJANE CURTIS— To Maura we give a box of Snappy-Wappies. PAUL DANESI — To Paul we give a magnifying lens to observe the surface with. PETER DARELIUS — To Pete we give a pair of dimples. GEORGE DeBLOIS— To George we give a baseball to remind him of the great job he did on the baseball diamond. SUZANNE DeBLOIS — To Sootie we give a little dirt to remind her of her nickname. MARGARET DeMARCO — To Mag we give a brush so she can always paint the town. ANDREA DeMEO — To Andrea we give some green paint so she can become the jolly green giant. — 8 — LINDA DESMARAIS — To Linda we give a stunning speech circular so she‘11 stop lisping. LOUIS DiFIORE— To Louie we give a map to the State Line. RONALD DiFIORE — To Ronnie we give our friendship for his congenial ways. THOMAS DRAINVILLE — To Tommy we give a track shoe to remind him of the great job he did in the high jump. ARTHUR ENGLAND — To Arthur we give the right of way when the bell rings. CHRISTINE ESTEY — To Chris we give a car so she won’t complain about the truck. CAROLYN E’t TRTON — To Carol we give a container to take up collections in. ELAINE FARRELL — To Elaine we give a pair of sneakers for gym. KATHLEEN FEID — To Kathi we give a toothbrush because she likes the dentist so much. BETH FENTON — To Beth we give a pair of S. K.’s to remind her of the beach. KAREN FINN — To Karen we give a pair of multi-colored sneakers so she won’t have to keep changing the color of her’s. SANDRA FONTAINE — To Sandy we give an alarm clock so she can be on time. EUNICE FORBES — To Eunice we give a fish pole to take with her next year. GRANT FORBES — To Grant we give a torpedo. GREGORY FORBES — To Greg we give a hoe for his garden. ALAN FORSTER — To Alan we give some knee pads to crawl back on. ROBIN FOURNIER — To Rob we give a hair color chart so she can make up her mind. JANE GALLANT— To Jane we give a North High pin so she won’t forget us for Coyle. JO-ANN GALVIN — To Jo-Ann we give an exercise book to help her become a more well- rounded person. MARTHA GAUDETTE— To Marty we give a hope chest. JANET GAUDREAU — To Gumbie we give a report card with all D’s and a B. ELAINE GEORGE — To Elaine we give a one-way ticket to New York. EDITH GERRING — To Edge we give a bottle of fresh air so she can always lead her out door life. ARTHUR GOLDEN — To Art we give membership in the old fraternity. DONNA GRANT — To Donna we give our permission to live her life earnestly. GAIL GRANT — To Gail we give a new laugh. DONALD GREZENDA — To Don we give a paint brush. GAYLE GRIMALDI — To Gayle we give an extra closet for her clothes next year. LINDA GRIMALDI — To Linda we give a medal commending her for keeping her tape measure results quiet. SHARON GUISE — To Sharon we give a sign to add to her collection. KATHLEEN GULSKI — To Kath we give a duck so she won’t forget who she is. RICHARD HAGGERTY — To Hagger we give a robin. JAMES HAMMOND — To Jim we give a book entitled “The Life of Riley’’ to remind him of that certain Junior girl. MARILYN HESS — To Marilyn we give a picture of the Beatles to add to her collection. LINDA HIGGINBOTHAM — To Linda we give three bows, one for each pony tail. LOUISE HILL — To Louise we give a car that drives only to Taunton. JACK HODGDON — To Jack we give a baseball autographed by Gary Geiger. ROGER HOOD — To Rog we give a shirt without a top button. JAMES HOWARD — To Jim we give a rocket to send to the moon. CELESTE JETTE — To Lovey we give a Senior Class award for best grandmother of the year. RICHARD JOHNSON — To Dick we give an airplane kit. WAYNE JOHNSON — To Wayne we give a trombone for his musical ability. Jean Jutras — To Jean we give a contract to play with the Celtics. GEORGE KAPOLCHOK — To George we give some muscles and a bottle of sun tan lotion so he will look rugged. CLAUDIA KEITH — To Claud we give a check-list — so she will have everything she needs for basketball games. GERALDINE KENNEY — To Gerry we give our best wishes for a very long and happy marriage. MARYLN KINNEY — To Maryln we give a gift certificate for Kinney’s shoes. EARL KNIGHT — To Earl we give the answers to the Physics tests. HENRY LABONTE — To Chick we give two tickets to last year’s Attleboro basketball game to remind him of this year’s. SUSAN LANTHIER — To Sue we give the key to an apartment in the Capitol. LORRAINE LaROCHELLE — To Lorraine we give an aqua ribbon to put a little color in her maroon life. FRANCIS LEARY — To Francis we give someone to talk to. — 9 — ANNE MARIE LEGO — To Anne Marie we give some fishing line. FRANCINE LeCOMPTE — To Franny we give a tennis lesson in Wrentham to perfect her style. JOHN LUNDGREN — To Fred we give a picture of Baby Huey so he’ll know what he looks like. NANCY LeGRAND — To Nancy we give a picture of Dear Abby because she always has so many problems. NORMA LETOURNEAU — To Norms we give a key to Attleboro in case she wants to move there. RUSSELL LONG — To Rus we give a job as “bouncer” at Gordons. THOMAS LYNCH — To Tom we give a gavel to remind him of the great job he did as president. CAROL MacDONALD — To Carol we give a car pillow so she can see where she is going. PAULA MacDUFF — To Paula we give a night gown to walk down long corridors in. SUSAN MacKAY — To Susan we give a Confederate flag to remind her of Bob. SHARRYN MANSON — To Sharryn we give a ticket to England. CHRISTINE MASTERSON — To Chris we give lifetime membership in the P. A. Club. ROSEMARY MATHURIN — To Rosie we give a little book so she can keep the names straight. PAMELA McCarthy — T o Pam we give a whistle so she won’t have to use the spaces between her teeth. ROBERT McKEON — To Bob we give a job with the town department. MICHAEL McMAHON — To Mike we give a baseball autographed by Carl Yastrezemski. TERENCE McNALLY — To Terry we give a ticket to a professional basketball championship. STEPHEN METZ — To Metzie we give a broken heart to remind him of all those he left behind. JEAN MURCHY — To Jean we give a red scarf to go with her red convertible. JOANN MARKIEWICZ — To JoAnn we give a blue ribbon for her prize debating. KAREN NELSON — To Kay we give a turtle to remind her of her senior year. KENNETH O’DONNELL — To Kenny we give a girl to flirt with. ROBERT OSTERBERG— To Ozzie we give a scorebook to keep track of his points in gym. JEANNINE OUIMET — To Irma we give a green slip so she won’t always wear the blue one. HENRY PAQUIN — To Hank we give a bouquet of flowers. DONNA PATON — To Donna we give a Spoolie so she can always have her curly hair. GARY PLANTE — To Gary we give our title in the arm wrestling championship. ROBERT PLANTE — To Edgar we give a shovel to remind him of his nose. LENORE POIRIER— To Lenore we give a red Sting-ray. DIANE QUIMBY — To Diane we give some olive drab to remind her of Fred. LESLIE RALPH — To Les we give a proclamation making her official prop painter for the variety show. SHARON RALPH — To Sharon we give a map to the Tete-a-Tete. JANICE REGAN — To Janice we give freckle cream. SHEILA REILLY — To Sheila we give mops for her feet so she can polish the floor as sli0 wnlks PAULETTE RESTING — To Paulette we give a summons to sing with THAT band. CAROLYN RHILINGER — To Carol we give a key to Pronounciation so people can learu to say Rhilinger. CAROL RIENDEAU — To Carol we give a book on what not to tell someone’s mother. KAREN ROACH — To Karen we give a permanent parking place at Jollie’s. DAVID ROBERTSON — To Gander we give a leash to wear so the girls can lead him on. STUART ROBINSON — To Stu we give a parking space on Plain Street. LUCILLE RODERICK — To Lucille we give a track shoe because she does everything so quickly. JUDITH SATTI — To Judy we give a ticket to a fight-free date. JEANNE SCHRIEVER— To Jeanne we give elevator shoes for obvious reasons. ALISON SCOTT — To Alison we give a pair of scissors in case she wants to cut her hair. SANDRA SHAW — To Sandy Shaw we give a beach. DAVID SHEPARD — To Dave we give a staff. CLIFFORD SHERMAN— To Cliff we give a basketball to remind him he made the All- Bristol County and All-Bay State teams. DONALD SIMPSON — To Chet we give puppet strings. JANE SIMPSON— To Jane we give a Brownie pin. — 10 — ANDREA SLIZ — To Andy we give a G. I. ROBERT SMITH — To Bob we give the answers to the questions in English. ROSEMARIE SMITH— To Rosemarie we give a Corvette so she can stop pestering Tommy. SANDRA SMITH— To Sandy we give a telephone pole with no dents in it. JANICE STAFFORD — To Staff we give two mushrooms to remind her of her legs. CELESTE ST. JEAN — To Celeste we give a cast to remind her of her broken leg. WALTER ST. LAWRENCE — To Walt we give a football shirt to remind him of the great job he did as a Rocketeer. THOMAS STOLTZ— To Tommy we give Claire’s ring. JEANNE ST. PIERRE — To Jeanne we give a meg so we can hear her. NANCY SWAINE — To Nan we give a real tuff ball. CAROL SWEET — To Carol we give a new head of hair. CAROL THIBEAULT — To Carol we give a horse so she can trot through life. DAVID TURINESE — To Dave we give a turtle so he’ll remember his nickname. ELEANOR TURINESE — To Eggy we give an egg beater so she can beat it out of town fast. JEANNE UPHAM — To Jeanne we give a fraternity pin so she can find a place to put it. IRENE VALADE — To Irene we give a rope for the fender of Mike’s car. MARYANN VANBEVER — To Beav we give a big staff to remind her of her title. JOSE VARGAS — To Jose we give an ice crusher to remind him of the crushes all the girls had on him when he first came to North. NORMA VIENS — To Norm we give a trophy to remind him of his championship basket- ball team in Rainbow league. DALE WALDEN — To Wally we give water wings so she doesn’t have to take any more lessons. DAVID WALTON — To Dave we give an Evening Chronicle. MARILYN WASHBURN — To Marilyn we give a miniature T.V. to take where ever she goes. JANET WATTERS — To Janet we give a lunch tray so she can get her own lunch. RODNEY WATTS — To Rodney we give our permission to pat Armell’s lamb. THOMAS WHIDDEN— To Tommy we give a bull. DEBORAH WHITE — To Deb we give a baton so she can alwavs lead the march. CHERYL WILMARTH— To Cheryl we give a Biology cat. KRANK WOJCIECHOWSKI — To Frank we give a basketball shirt to remind him of the great job he did as Captain of the basketball team. CYNTHIA WOLOSHYN — To Cindy we give a new dress for superlative pictures. MARY COOGAN — To Mary I give another date with George so she can always have her “extra” friend. GREG NORTON — To Greg I give a hook to remind him of his nose. ☆ ☆ ☆ — 11 — CLASS PROPHECY By KATHY CONNELLY and GRANT FORBES DIANE ALTMAN — will still be thinking “high”. JOHN ARMELL — will be elected president of the sheep herders club at Bryant College. CHARLOTTE ANN AUDETTE — will be the airline stewardess on the first flight to the moon. LINDA AUSTIN — will be carefully tending her gardens — 4-H of course. ELTON BARIL — will still be turning red when a girl’s name is mentioned. BILL BARTON — will represent the United States in the skiing events of next year’s Winter Olympics. HELEN BEAULIEU — will be head cartoonist for the Tarzan Show. STEPHEN BELL — will leave North High with a smile. DIANE BELLAVANCE — will still be instigating trouble in some Acapella Choir. BOB BENNETT— “Graduates”. LINDA BENOIT — will still be visiting Newport. MIKE BERGEVINE — will become coach of the new Attleboro girls’ football team- good luck. BARBARA BISHOP — will be smilling for Pepsodent commercials. JIM BLACK — will still be wearing his turtle neck jersy. GREG BLACKBIRD — will be seen dating a “Robin”. JO-ANN BOURGEOIS — will become a patient elementary grade teacher. DONNA BREAULT — will have fond memories of “Monsieur Henry”. JUDY BRENNAN — will become another “Liberace”. KENNY BUCKLEY — will be seen bombing around in his hot Ford. BOB BUTLER — will be seen in the new book “Profiles in Baseball”. DAVID CALDWELL — will resume his accountant duties at Bryant. SANDY CALDWELL — will be a very talkative IBM operator. JANET CARPENTER — will become a successful career girl. ANGIE CARR — will become a six foot giant. LOUIE CERRONE — will be the star quarterback at Villanova. AL CHABOT — will finally be discovered as Troy Donahue’s twin brother, while working at the Laundramat. GEORGETTE CHABOT — will be having lots of fun at Chamberlain. STEVE CHASE— is going to open a sporting goods store and sell sleeping bags to boy scouts. PATTI CHAPIN — will always be a natural blond. JUDY CHERRY — will still be trying to recognize people without her glasses on. RONNY CHILDRESS — will still be wondering how he made it. DERRY CINQ-MARS — will become the World’s Woman Heavyweight Champion. BILL CLARK — had bad luck broad jumping, but he’ll improve in college. KATHY CONNELLY — will be the first ninety-year-old woman to get her license — congratulations. JOHN CONNOR — is going to miss the herd, but don’t worry, we know John. MARY COOGAN — will still be trying to explain her “magic mole”. LAURA COOK — will be happily married to Ken. SANDY COOKE — will be sitting on the boss’es Ian. CLAIRE COSTIGAN — will start her own Dear Abby Column. ALISON COTTON — will be successful in her search. PAT CREEGAN — will leave with fond memories of North High. BARBARA CRONAN — will still prefer the “older boys”. MARY CURTIS — will start a P.G. Colorguard because she liked it so much. MAURA CURTIS — will be seen carrying a megaphone so she can be heard. PAUL DANESI — will become chief editor of the Evening Chronicle. PETER DARELIUS — will still be playing basketball. GEORGE DeBLOIS — will be supplying all the power for the P.C. nine and a few points in basketball. SUE DeBLOIS — will always be just a little “Sootie”. MAG DeMARCO — will be the most popular model in art school. ANDREA DeMEO — will come back to help the basketball team someday. LINDA DESMARAIS — will go into the insecticide business because she wants to help fight pests. — 12 — LOUIE DiFIORE — will become manager of Fernandes. RONNY DiFIORE — will always like girls — especially one girl. TOM DRAINVILLE — will be counting high jumpers when he goes to sleep. ARTHUR ENGLAND — loves to make model jets and someday he will assist in the building of a real one. CHRIS ESTEY — will still be seen riding in a certain truck. CAROLYN EVERTON — will become head “soda jerk” at Liggett’s drug store. ELAINE FARRELL — will dye her hair blond. KATHY FEID — will take up residence in Foxboro. BETH FENTON — will be looking forward to all the sponge baths. KAREN FINN — will always be as quiet and good-natured as she was at N.A.H.S. SANDY FONTAINE — will be trying to hook a husband while working at Hope Sea Food. EUNICE FORBES — will liven up Fisher Junior College. GRANT FORBES — will be the first forest ranger to use torpedoes instead of an ax. GREG FORBES — will have his own garden. ALAN FOSTER — with his understanding of people, Alan should become a psychiatrist instead of a nice guy. ROBIN FOURNIER — will be marching to “Anchors Away”. JANE GALLANT — will become a beatnik artist in Boston. JO-ANNE GALVIN — will become a ballerina in the new musical, “Kukla, Fran and Ollie”. MARTHA GAUDETTE — will finally be able to accept a hope chest. JANET GAUDREAU — will still find time for Jolly’s on Friday nights. ELAINE GEORGE — will be knitting little sweaters for her work in the Peace Corps. EDITH GERRING — will see the United States one way or another. ART GOLDEN — will be seen delivering supplies to the school from Baldwin’s. DONNA GRANT— will take a P. G. course at A. H. S. GAIL GRANT — will make Pondville a much happier place. DON GREZENDA — will be seen painting houses. GAYLE GRIMALDI — will become one of the ten best dressed women in the United Stdt6S LINDA GRIMALDI — will find her experience in the office helpful. SHARON GUISE — will be trying to cash in shillings at the bank. KATHY GULSKI — will become a duck rancher. DICK HAGGERTY — will always remember the Senior Prom. JIMMY HAMMOND — Jim will be seen as Troy Donahue on Surfside Six (6). MARILYN HESS — will be standing on a corner in Liverpool playing a guitar as Sharon plays her drum. LINDA HIGGINBOTHAM — will become head nurse at Faulkner Memorial Hospital. LOUISE HILL — will always retain her gracious manners. JACK HODGDON — will visit a teacher regularly. ROGER HOOD — will be seen wearing a black belt — symbolizing a Judo expert. JIM HOWARD — will become a “mad” scientist. CELESTE JETTE — will still be North High’s “Lovey Girl”. DICK JOHNSON — will always add laughter to a class wherever he goes. WAYNE JOHNSON — will take up residence at the Conservatory of Music and become a first class musician. JEAN JUTRAS — will open a pizza house and give J. C.’s some competition. GEORGE KAPOLCHOK — will be seen carrying around lead weights to prepare for next year’s track season. CLAUDIA KEITH — will have to wear a weight on her right arm so she won’t tip over. GERALDINE KENNEY — will be as quiet as a mouse when she leaves. MARILYN KINNEY — will become private secretary to a certain Butch-er. EARL KNIGHT — will be working his way up to a meat cutter at the Falls Shopping Center. HENRY LABONTE — will be seen hot-rodding around Kelly Boulevard. SUE LANTHIER — will become another Florence Nightingale. LORRAINE LaROCHELLE — will be seen making short trips to P. C. FRAN LEARY — will be seen taking a P. G. course at Tolman High. ANN MARIE LEGO — will be the most popular Phys. Ed. teacher there ever was. FRANNY LE COMPTE — will organize her own Boy-Scouters. NANCY LeGRAND — will be starring in the new film, “The Sturdy Nurses”. NORMA LETOURNEAU— will still be leaning on a certain “staff”. RUSS LONG— will become “head cook” at Gordons Dairy Bar. JOHN LUNDGREN— will become a midget. — 13 — TOM LYNCH — will still be “best all around” no matter where he goes. CAROL MacDONALD — will still be making a lot of noise. PAULA MacDUFF — will still be going to class late. SUE MacKAY — will send chocolate chip cookies to next year’s majorettes. SHARRYN MANSON — will still be drawing weird pictures. CHRISTINE MASTERSON— will some day marry “Bat”. ROSE MARY MATHURIN — will go back to the old country to make spaghetti and roll — dough. PAM McCarthy — win be the littlest nurse at Peter Bent Brigham. BOB McKEON — will become head of the Highway Department and construct drag strips at the taxpayers’ expense. MIKE McMAHON — will miss old North High. TERRY McNALLY — will become the owner of McNally’s. STEVE METZ — wiU be getting in shape for next year’s summer Olympics. JEAN MURCHY — will be the hairdresser for the Miss America Contest of 1966. JO-ANN MARKIEWICZ — will still be doing the dirty work in Advanced Biology. KAREN NELSON — will still be chasing a certain turtle. GREG NORTON — will lead the track team at the University of Massachusetts. KENNY O’DONNELL — with a line like this, he should have not trouble being a success- ful lawyer. BOB OSTERBURG — is going to leave the Falls Shopping Center and take up Business Administration at Norwich. JEANNINE OUIMET — will be raising lots of little Irishmen. HENRY PAQUIN — will still have ties at North High. DONNA PATON — will be a cheerleader for next year’s football team. GARY PLANTE — will represent the United States in the Chess Championship. BOB PLANTE — will still be wishing he had taken boxing lessons before his senior year. LENORE POIRIER — will become a famous model. DIANE QUIMBY — will do great at Bridgewater State College. LESLIE RALPH — will still be getting letters from the Navy Recruiting Center. SHARON RALPH — will still be causing trouble in class. JANICE REGAN — will be a success in everything she attempts. SHEILA REILLY — will be seen buzzing around in her T-Bird. PAULETTE RESTING— will still be faithful to J. C.’s. CAROLYN RHILINGER — will become a fine nurse at Massachusetts General. CAROL RIENDEAU — will become a successful business woman at Carol’s Drive-in. KAREN ROACH — wiU become medical secretary to Dr. Zorber. DAVE ROBERTSON — will be trying to spear alligators in the Florida Everglades. STU ROBINSON — will be seen building houses on Plain Street — yeah — that will be the day. LUCILLE RODERICK — will become another Copenhagen Mermaid. JUDY SATTI — will be taking boxing lessons for obvious reasons. JEANNE SCHRIEVER — will become a very competent secretary. ALISON SCOTT — will still be hanging in Loring Studio. SANDY SHAW — will still be going out with the kids. DAVE SHEPARD — will be seen attending the sheep. CLIFF SHERMAN — will be throwing in points for some college five and if not, he’ll go down swinging. DONALD SIMPSON — will make the Howdy Doody Show popular again. JANE SIMPSON — will still be seen before school in a certain boy’s car. ANDREA SLIZ — will become the first walking dictionary. BOB SMITH — is going to Niagara University to take a swim over the Falls. ROSEMARIE SMITH — will become an extrovert. SANDY SMITH— will be selling foamrubber telephone poles. JANICE STAFFORD— will still be a member of the 1. B. T.’s. CELESTE ST. JEAN — will become private hairdresser for the “Beatles”. WALTER ST. LAWRENCE — will be seen taking a ride on the St. Lawrence Seaway. TOM STOLZ — will compete with Thorpe Automotive Parts. JEANNE ST. PIERRE — will become the head bookkeeper at Franklin Hardware. NANCY SWAINE — wiU become a famous end on the N. Y. Giants. CAROL SWEET— will still be “queen” to a certain boy. CAROL THIBE AULT— will own a dude ranch in Arizona. DAVE TURINESE — he will be commuting from B. C. with that Blue Bob of his. ELEANOR TURINESE— will finally discover boys. JEANNE UPHAM— will spend most of the time getting fraternity pins. — 14 — i IRENE VALADE — will still prefer the “Coyle boys”. MARYANN VANBEVER — will be running track between R. 1. C. and U. of Mass. JOSE’ PRUDENCIO VARGAS — after a year at Boston Tech., Jose’ is going home. It’s been great having him with our class. NORM VIENS — will become the new owner of Viens Paint Store. DALE WALDON — will still be talking to the “wall”. DAVE WALTON — is going to be a partner with Paul and also be co-editor. MARILYN WASHBURN — will do all of Tarzan’s jungle calls. JANET WATTERS — will look cute in her white uniform. RODNEY WATTS — will become a caddy for Jack Nicklaus. TOM WHIDDEN — we’ll probably see his name in the paper for outstanding sportsman- ship in the arena. DEBBY WHITE — will still be petitioning for — something. CHERYL WILMARTH — will go into the cat dissecting business. FRANK WOJCIECHOWSKI — will be making reverse charge calls to U. of Conn. CYNTHIA WOLOSHYN — will become head fashion designer for “Vogue”. ☆ ☆ ☆ — 15 — 1 HISTORY Donna Grant Robert IsAcKeoo Jeannine Ouirnet Greg Norton Grant Forbe Kathy Connelly Paula MacDuff CLASS SONG i ' ll Walk With God If 1 Science Club 1; French Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Accompan- ist 2, 3, 4; Concert Band Solo- ist 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir and Accompanist 2, 3, 4; Na- tional Honor Society 3. 4; Mass, District Chorus Accom- panist 3. SUSAN MacKAY 309 Reservoir Street Sue . . . " Head Majorette” . . . co-operative . . . loves horses ... a ready smile . . . quiet . . . shy. Art Club 1; Science Club 1; Science Fair 1, 2, 4; Drill Team 2; Majorette 3; Head Majorette 4; Variety Show 3; Girls’ Basketball 2; Girls’ Bowling 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Committees 1, 2, 3. 4; Latin Banquet 1; Junior Dramatics Club 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Year- book Staff 4; Music Revue 2, 3, 4; Music Festival 3. SHARRYN LOUISE MANSON 49 Elmwood Street Sharryn . . . Picasso . . . un- decided . . . amiable . . . willing to help. Art Club 2, 4; A Cappella 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 2; Intra- murals; Music Revue 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio-News Club; Year- book 4. CHRISTINE MARY MASTERSON WARA Road Chris . . . composed . . . amic- able . . . willing . . . loves French. Camera Club 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Cake Sale 1; Flower Girl; Science Fair; Variety Show 3; Yearbook 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1; Paper Drive 4; Senior Prom 4. ROSE MARY MATHURIN Raymond Hall Drive Rosie . . . great cheerleader . . . full of fun . . . happy . . . flirtatious . . . always on the go- Class Secretary 1; Cheerleader 2, 4; Drill Team 1; Intra- murals ' 1, 2; Committees 1, 2. 3, 4; Variety Show; Yearbook 4, PAMELA ANNE McCarthy ROBERT JAMES McKEON MICHAEL JOSEPH 72 Division Street McMAHON 94 Reed Avenue Pam . . .petite . . . flirtatious . . . head cheerleader . . . will- ing worker . . . friendly . . . most ambitious. Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Head Cheerleader 4; Red Cap 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; Glee Club 1; A Cappella Choir 2. 3, 4; Pep Club 1; Chess Club 1, 2; Variety Show 1, 2, 3. 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1 7 Boh . . . Ardent .physics stu- dent . . . shy with the opposite sex . . . safe and sane driver . . . henpecked! Football 2, 3; Golf 2; Exec- utive Board 4; Science Fair 2, 4; Yearbook 4; Committees 2, 3, 4. 37 Prospect St. Mike . . . known for his wit . . . carefree . . . always laugh- ing . . . loves basketball. 41 TERENCE LEE McNALLY 14 Adams Street Terry . . . Basketball fan and player . . . considerate . . . can always be seen with Danna in a convertible. Football 1; Intramural Foot- ball 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 3, 4; Intramural Volleyball 3 ' . Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff. STEPHEN ELTON METZ 35 Crescent Ave. Metzie . . . Co-editor of Red Cap . . . Always on the go . . . contributing . . . likes sports, sports, and more sports . . . " leading” track captain. Track 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4; Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cap As. Sports Editor 3, Co-Editor 4; Intramural Football 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Dance Band 1, 2; Boys’ Choir 4. JEAN ML ' RCHY 15 Mount Hope St. Blondie . . . pretty . . . talka- tive . . . fun to be with . . . popular. Glee Club 1, 2; Art Club 1; A Cappella 3; Pep Club T. Trampoline Club 3; Cake Sale 1; Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4; Bas- ketball 3, 4; Bowling 1, 2, 3: Science Fair 1, 2; Yearbook 4; Music Review 3; Rep Cap 4; Junior Prom 3; Ticket Com- mittee 4. JOANN PHYLLIS NARKIEWICZ 498 Cumberland Avenue ]o Ann . . . Friendly but reserved . . . Hard working . . . dependable . . . sincere. Glee Club 3; Science Fair 1. 2, 3; Science Club 2; French Club 2, 3; Bowling 1, 2; Va- riety Show 2; Music Review 2; Flower Girl 3; Class Com- mittees 1, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4j Pep Club 4; Yearbook 4; Driver Training 3. KAREN NELSON 618 Mount Hope St. " K " . . . personable . . . friendly,. . . sincere,. . . lik- able . . . neat dresser . . . likes to bowl and read. Glee Club 2; Committees 2, 3. 4; Librarian 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Science Fair 2, 3; Music Revue 2; French Club 2, 3; Bowling 3; Driver Training 3; Art Club 2; Intramurals 3; Yearbook 4. 266 Park Street Nort ... A great asset in our athletic department . . . against going to junior proms . . . wins friends easily . . . thinks he’s a great dancer . . . Prom- ises to be a success. Football Mgr. 2; Football 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basket- ball 2, 3 (Capt.); Freshman Basketball; Yearbook Staff. May Street Kenny . . . tease . . . class flirt . . . active . . . sports- minded. Basketball 1, 2, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Intra- mural Basketball 3, 4; Chess Club 1; Red Cap 1; Intramural Football 2, 3; Science Fair 1. 2, 3; Intramural Tennis 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. 92 Jackson Street Ozzie . . . sincere . . . enjoys a good laugh . . . familiar face at the Falls Shopping Center. Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 1, 2; Science Fair 1; Commit- tees 4. 42 V JEANNINE IRMA OUIMET 73 Peterson St. Urma . . . Our fun loving It ' Urma . . . steady hop goer f I ... pink, pink cheeks . . . I nurse to be. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3; Bowling 1; Science Fair 2, 3; !, Variety Show 2, 3; Glee Club ' 2; Pep Club President 4; Driver Training 3; Committees 2, 3; Student Council 2, 3; French 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Flower Girl 3. f HENRY PAQUIN 93 Fisher St. Hank . . . doesn ' t like to lose an argument . . . enjoys gym . . . rugged . . . " professor. " Gymnastic Club. DONNA PATON 100 Birchwood Drive Donna . . . neat . . . cute . . . always smiling ... a friend to all . . . always on the go. Student Council 1, 2, Alternate 3; Red Cap 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 1, Secretary 2; Office 1, 2; Guidance Office 3; Intra- mural Sports; Bowling; Science Fair 1, 2, 4; Variety Show 1. 3, 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. GARY PLANTE 37 Johnson St. Gary . . . quiet . . . reserved . . . a good chess player . . . lover of reading . . . " How ' bout that " . . . enthusiastic . . . Physics lab cohort. Chess Club 2, 3, President 4; Yearbook Ad. Staff 4; Science Fair 2, 3, 4. " Friends, why should we have to contend with this every day?” 43 Stan the Man ROBERT PLANTE 6 Penfield St. Edgar . . . popular . . . friendly . . . hangs around with the " boys.” Science Fair 1; Band 2, 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Gym Club; Baseball Manager 2. LENORE POIRIER 102 East St. Suzie . . . owns a hot Ford . . . often seen at Jollys . . . beautiful hair . . . Triboro’s best assistant. Freshman Cake Sale; Pep Club; Science Fair 1, 2; Red Cap Collector; Variety Show 3; Yearbook Literary Staff. DIANE LOUISE QUIMBY Hoppin Hill Ave. Shorty . . . " petite fleur” . . . quiet . . . friendly . . . loves square dancing . . . tiny but lively . . . likes working at Gordon’s. Literary Staff; Guidance Of- fice. LESLIE FRANCES RALPH 55 Roosevelt Ave. Leslie . . . always laughing . . . loves a good time . . . mischievous . . . loves Cholly’s . . . gets lost easily. French Club 1; Science Fair 1, 2; Pep Club; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Com- mittees 3, 4; Driver Training 3; Cake Sale 1. 44 Ik SHARON ELAINE RALPH Holmes Rd. Sharry . . . peppy . . . devilish . . . an avid " Cholly” lover . . . " ain’t a big thing. " Art Club 1; Pep Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Drill Team 2; Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Revue 2; ' Variety Show Usherette 3: Office 4; Driver Training 4; Yearbook Bus. Staff 4. JANICE REGAN England Road Jan . . . quiet . . . dependable . . . good friend . . . usually found bowling. Driver Training. SHEILA MARY REILLY 195 So. ' Washington St. Sheila . . . always a pleasant smile . . . agreeable . . . com- posed . . . cheerful. Glee Club 2; Variety Show 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Committees 2, 3, 4; Driver Training 3; Science Fair 2, 4; Pep Club Officer 2; Music Review 2. CAROLYN RHILINGER 511 No. Washington St. Carol . . . conscientious ... a friendly smile ... a future nurse . . . reserved. Badminton Intramurals; Color Guard; Yearbook Staff; Ger- man Club; Principal’s Office; Committees. CAROL JEAN RIENDEAU 2 Dean Court Carol . . . witty . . . interested in everybody . . . mischievous smile . . . bright eyes . . . good typist. Pep Club 1, 4; Cake Sale 1; Principal’s Office 2; Student Council 2; Variety Show 3; Flower Girl 3; Driver Ed. 3; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling 2, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. KAREN VERONICA ROACH 412 Smith Street Karen . . . quiet . . . smart . . . neat . . . loves to drive around . . . soft spoken. Music Review 1, 2, 3; Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4; Graduation Flower Girl 3; Photography Staff 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 4; Va- riety Show 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Red Cap Collector 1; Science Fair 1, 2, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Office 1; Cake Sale 1; Intramurals 2; Variety Show 4. t PAULETTE DIANNE RESTINO 68 Leonard St. Mousie . . . loquacious . . . lively ... a heart-breaker. Pep Club 1; Science Fair 1, 2; Glee Club 2; Art Club 1; Decoration Committee; Ticket Committee; Yearbook Staff 4; Paper Drive; Car Wash; Office Worker 3; Music Festival. DAVID HAROLD ROBERTSON 48 North Avenue Dave . . . enthusiastic about sports . . . loves drawing and woodwork . . . great sports- man. Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Intramurals; Student Council 2, 3; Photog- raphy Staff; Science Fair 1, 2; Chess Club 1; Variety Show 3, 4; Prom. ' 1 45 STL ' ART BROWN ROBINSON 104 Jackson St. Turk . . . kind . . . sincere . . . gentle . . . Mama ' s fa- vorite Stew . . . great per- sonality. Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 3, 4; Chess Club 1, 2; Career Club 2; Variety Show 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager 2; Yearbook 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council Alt. 4. ALISON RUTH SCOTT 395 Mt. Hope St. Seattle . . . quiet and com- posed . . . amiable . . . good friend . . . always willing to help . . . active. Science Club 1, 2; Science Fair 1, 2; Camera Club 2; Art Club 2, 3; Glee Club 3, 4. LUCILLE MARY RODERICK 192 No. ' ' X ' ashington Lou . . . 4-H girl . . . great seamstress . . . quiet ... in- dividualist. Chess Club 1; Science Club 1, 2; Pep Club 2; Band 1, 2; Science Eair 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 1. JLT)ITH ANN SATTI 290 Allen Ave. Judy . . . " Come on " ... a problem solver . . . full of fun . . . smart dresser ... a good friend. Variety Show 1, 2; Glee Club 2, 3; Science Fair 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Music Revue 2, 3; Student Council 3. lEANNE LAURAINE SCHRIEVER 10 Ralph St. Jeanne . . . sincere . . . dedi- cated . . . eager to help . . . dependable. Honor Society; Committees 4. SANDRA JEAN SHAW 300 No. Washington St. Sandy ... a friend to all . . . always smiling . . . sincere . . . dependable . . . talkative . . . helpful. Pep Club 1, 2, 4; Science Club 1, 2; Science Fair 1, 2; Prin- cipal ' s Office 2; Student Li- brarian 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Camera Club 1, Secretary 2; Variety Show 3; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Business Manager 4; Bowling 2; Intra- mural 1, 2, 3. DAVID ALAN SHEPARD 40 Columbia St. Shep . . . usually found at Jolly ' s . . . quiet . . . loves cars and boats . . . alias Alice . . . amicable . . . helpful . . . good humored. Christmas Play Scenery; Chess Club; Art Club; Driver Train- ing; Sports; Senior Play Scen- ery. CLIFEORD EUGENE SHERMAN 98 Bank St. Sherm . . . happy . . . sport addict . . . dependable . . . smooth . . . sly. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Eootball 1, 3; Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Trampoline Club 2; Science Fair 1, 2; Stu- dent Council 1; Committees 4. 46 " Oh, Chet!” DONALD SIMPSON 100 Pleasant Street Chet . . . " Oh, neat” . . . Radio enthusiast . . . everybody’s friend . . . favorite pastime — cleaning test tubes . . . talka- tive. Football Manager 4; Driver Educatii)n 3; Amateur Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4; JANE ANN SIMPSON 79 C Allen Avenue Sa7n . . . ambitious . . . tres emotional . . . inquisitive . . . placid. Pep Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Student Council 2; -Music Re- view 2; Science Fair 1, 2; Committees 3, 4; Intramurals 4; Music Festival 3. ANDREA MARIA SLIZ 45 Anawan Road Andy . . . amicable . . . grace- ful .. . co-operative ... in- telligent . . . likes her red Buick ... a certain government issue . . . reading . . . sewing. Glee Club 2; Science Club 1, 2; Science Fair 1, 2; German Club 2, 3; Dramatic Club 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Music Revue 2; Com- mittees 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. ■ ' ROBERT NOLIN SMITH Mendon Road Hector . . . loves to sleep . . . going steady . . . good looking . . . placid . . . future artist. Basketball 1; Intramural Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Baseball 1; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Intramural Golf 2; Red Cap 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3: Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra- mural Volleyball 2. ROSEMARIE SMITH 83 East St. Smitty . . . quiet . . .. smart . . . easy going . . . shy. Science Fair 2; Intramurals 3; Variety Show 3, 4; Drivers Ed. 3; Committees 4; Yearbook Staff 4. SANDRA LOUISE SMITH 95 Crescent Avenue Sandy . . . Sense of humor . . . friendly . . . neat. Intramurals 1, 2; Science Fair 2, 3; French Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Committees 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Office 3; Driver Ed. 3. JANICE MARY STAFFORD 17 James Swanezy Road Staff . . . " Smock, smock " . . . loves Attleboro boys . . . witty . . . loves the Steve Allen Show . . . Science Club 2; French Club 2, Treas. 3; Red Cap Col- lector 2; Student Council Al- ternate 2; Variety Show 3; Intramural Sports 3; Driver Training 4; Dramatic Club 3. CELESTE ADELE ST. JEAN 191 East Street " Oh, you ' re kidding” , . . sensible . . . practical . , . un- flustered. Cake Sale 1; Committees 1, 2. 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 4; Band 2, 3; Yearbook 4. THOMAS ALAN STOLTZ ST. LAWRENCE 258 Chestnut Street 342 Elmwood Street " Walt” . . . willing worker . . . helpful . . . friendly. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Pres- ident 3; Committees 1, 2, 3. 4; Trampoline Club 1, 2; Track 2; Variety Show 3; Bas- ketball 2; Science Fair 1, 2; Weightlifting 2. " Tom” . . . Quiet . . . one of the guys . . . loves his car and football . . . amiable . . . easy to get along with. Football 2, 3, 4; Student Coun- cil 2; Baseball 2, 4; Chess Club 2. JEANNE MARIE ST. PIERRE 201 East Street Jeanne . . . quiet . . . until you know her . . . always willing ... a whizz at filing . . . friendly . . . will become an efficient secretary. Cake Sale 1; Committees 1, 2. 3; Glee Club 1; Band 2, 3; Variety Show 3; Pep Club 1; Business Staff 4. NANCY LEE SWAINE Raymond Hall Drive Nancy . . . happy go lucky . . . peppy . . . pretty . . . spon- taneous . . . contributing . . . gregarious. Cheerleading 3, 4; A Cappella 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, Vice President 4; Photography Ed. 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Variety- Shows 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fairs 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2; Ger- man Club 2; Football Pro- gram Editor 4. CAROL ANN SWEET 74 Church Street Tiny . . . always smiling . . . full of fun ... a good pal to everyone . . . very peppy . . . loves to eat and talk. Jr. Prom Queen; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3; Flower Girl 3; Yearbook 4; Pep Club 1, 2, j: Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Office 3; Red Cap Collector 1, 2, 4; Art Club 1, 2; Science Fair 1, 2, 3. CAROL ANN THIBAULT Weona Road Carol . . . quiet . . . shy . . . studious . . . gym enthusiast . . . horse lover. National Honor Society. DAVID MARTIN TURINESE 34 Reed Avenue Turtle . . . hot car . . . happy go lucky . . . good-natured . . . enjoys chemistry. Committees 3, 4; Yearbook Advertising Staff 4; Student Council 4; Intramural Weight- lifting 2, 3; Intramural Bas- ketball 1, 2. ELEANOR MARIE TURINESE 34 Reed Avenue Eggie . . . full of fun . . . loves spaghetti and meatballs . . . future hairdresser . . . good driver? . . . always ready with friendly remarks. Pep Club 1, 2, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Cake Sale I ; Intramural Badminton; Intra- mural Basketball; Science Fair NANCY JEANNE ETHAM 273 Elmwood St. Jea i ie . . . quiet, but you know she’s there . . . loves sweaters . . . Academy bound. Intramural Sports 2, 3. 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Science Eair 1. 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3. 4; Principal’s Office 1, 2. IRENE MARIE VALADE 10 Falmouth St. Irene . . . talkative . . . friendly . . . Coyle fan . . . ambitious . . . willing to help. Drill Team 1, 2; " Variety Show 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3. 4; Intramural Sports 3; Music Re- vue 1, 2; Music Festival 1, 2; Science Fair 1, 2; Driver Train- ing 3; Prom Committee 3; Yearbook Staff. MARYANN VANBEVER 294 Broadway Beaver . . . freckles . . . lively . . . talkative . . . neat per- sonality . . . loves to eat and sleep. Red Cap Collector 1; Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; " Variety Show 1, 2. 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Science Fair 1, 2, 3; Chess Club 1, 2; German Club 2; Pep Club 1, 4; Drill Team 2; Music Revue 2; Executive Board 4. JOSE PRUDENCIO VARGAS 73 Crescent Ave. Jose . . . handsome Spanish speaking newcomer to North High . . . noted for his friend- ly smile . . . likes to watch T.V. and go to the movies. Gymnastic Club. NORMAN ED " 9C ARD VIENS 35 Amvet Boulevard Norm . . . true sports fan . . . keen sense of humor . . . great disposition. Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 4; Intra- mural Softball 3; Juni or Prom Decorating Committee; Year- book Advertising Staff 4; Science Fair 2, 3; Dance Com- mittee 4; Boys " Chorus 4. DALE ELIZABETH " WALDEN 198 North Washington St. Wally . . . friendly . . . likes baseball, basketball, and foot- ball . . . talkative . . . plans to be a teacher. Red Cap 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2; French Club Secretary 2. 3; Yearbook Staff; Glee Club 1, 2; Music Revue 1, 2; Va- riety Show 2, 3. 4; Science Fair 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 4; Commit- tees; Intramurals. DAVID LESTER WALTON 19 River Street Dave ■ . ■ good looking . . . free from hypocrisy . . . quies- cent . . . car conscious . . . neat dresser. Science Club 1; Science Fair 1, 2; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Boys’ Chorus; Ad- vertising Staff 4. MARILYN JEAN WASHBURN May Street Marilyn . . . ’63 school bad- minton champ . . . loves chil- dren . . . future teacher . . . placid . . . conscientious. Science Fair 1, 2; Glee Club 2, 3; Flower Girl 3; Driver Training 3; Girls’ Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; German Club 3; Music Re- vue 2, 3; Committees. 50 t RODNEY WATTS 188 Mount Hope St. Rhodendra . . . loves sports . . . avid ping pong player . . . witty . . . enjoys having fun . . . one of the guys . . . sensible. Yearbook Advertising Staff; Football 4; Track 3; Baseball 2, 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Driver Training 3; Class Committees; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Senior Prom Decorat- ing Committee; Science Fair 1, 2, 3; Weightlifting 2. THOMAS EUGENE WHIDDEN 54 Birchwood Drive " Bull” . . . Athletic . . . popular ... a good friend . . . smart . . . sure to succeed. Chess Club 1, 2; Senior Exec- utive Board 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Training 3; Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Weight Lifting 2. DEBORAH STUART WHITE 87 Reed Ave. Debbie . . . another petition? . . . sports enthusiast . . . loves summers on Marthas Vineyard . . . blonde. Band 1, 2; A Cappella 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Jr. Dra- matics Club 3; Jr. Prom Food Chairman; Red Cap 3, 4; Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play FRANK HOWARD WOJCIECHOWSKI 8 Robinwood Rd. Woj . . . likes parties . . . eating . . . Greg’s twin . . . terrific basketball player. Basketball 2, 3, Capt. 4; Chess Club 1, 2; Science Fair 1, 2; Intramurals; Committees 4. CYNTHIA ANNE WOLOSHYN Allen Avenue Cindy ... a little girl with ideas of her own . . . talkative . . . extremely creative . . . will be a successful fashion designer. Art Club 1, 2; Glee Club 2; Science Fair 1, 2; Music Revue 2; Flower Girl 3; Honor So- ciety 3, 4; German Club 3; Driver Training 3; Girls’ V Sports 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Com- mittees 3, 4. CHERYL ANN WILMARTH 24 Stack Rd. Cherrie . . . bundle of joy . . . fun-loving ... a lover of Christmas Carols in A Cap- pella. Glee Club 1, 2; A Cappella 3. 4: Music Festival 3, 4; Spring Concert 1, 3, 4; Science Fair 2, 3, 4; Office 2; Girls’ Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2. 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Va- riety Show 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Dramatics Club 3; Senior Play 4. JANET CLAIRE WATTERS 124 Sumner Street Skinny . . . Quiet . . . intelli- gent . . . ardent lover of N.A.H.S. football ... and driving cars. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3; Va- riety Show Usherette 3; Driver I i Training; Committees 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 4; Yearbook Com- i mittee 4; Science Fair 1, 4. CLASS DAY DIRECTORS HISTORY: Donna and Paul PROPHECY: Kathy and Grant ODE: Paula GIFTS: Mary and Greg WILL: Jeannine and Bob CLASS OF 1964 STATISTICS FRESHMAN YEAR Officers: Gregory Norton, President Judith Brennan, Vice-President RoseMary Mathurin, Secretary James Howard, Treasurer Activities: Cake Sale — April 20,1961 SOPHOMORE YEAR Officers: William Clark, President Judith Brennan, Vice-President Linda Desmarais, Secretary Stuart Robinson, Treasurer Activities: St. Patrick’s Day Dance — March 23, 1962 JUNIOR YEAR Officers: Walter St. Lawrence, President Judith Brennan, Vice-President Linda Desmarais, Secretary Stuart Robinson, Treasurer Activities: Sadie Hawkins Dance " A Girl’s Night Out” — January 12, 1963 Variety Show " North Side Story” — February 9, 1963 Junior Prom " Jardin des Fleurs” — May 25, 1963 Basketball Concessions SENIOR YEAR Officers: Thomas Lynch, President Judith Brennan, Vice-President Linda Desmarais, Secretary Stuart Robinson, Treasurer Activities: Football Victory Dances Senior Play " Don’t Take My Penny” — December 14, 1963 Senior Prom " Blue Velvet” January 25, 1964 Advisors: Mrs. Crockett and Mr. Bevilaqua BEST ALL AROUND: Tom and Nancy MOST POPULAR: Lou and Carol SUPBH SMARTEST: Judy and Bill LIVELIEST: Mary Ann and Edgar V LATIVES MOST SERIOUS: Cindy and Mike MOST TALKATIVE: Claudia and Francis WITTIEST: Lou and Jeannine MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Stu and Linda 55 MOST BASHFUL: Elton and Carol MOST ATHLETIC: Tom and Helen SUPEUI BEST DRESSED: Greg, Gayle and Grant BEST LOOKING: George and Donna 56 ATIVES CUTEST: Jose ' and Kathy NEATEST: Bob and Jo-Anne MOST SINCERE: Dale and Alan MOST DEPENDABLE: Beth and Paul 57 SUPER SMOOTHEST: Cliff and Derry MOST AMBITIOUS: Jim and Pam CLASS FLIRTS: Ken and Rose Mary MOST TYPICAL: Greg and Claire 58 » lATIVES BEST LINE: John and Ann Marie BEST DANCERS: Dave and Mag MOST CONGENIAL: Ron and Janice MOST CONTRIBUTING: Walt and Mary IW. s, y . o ( t £ ' o i! rt ■ .fc d’ ' 4 CV a o ' " % »- G : p 1 --i ' — 1 . 01 DON’T TAKE fAY PENNY DECEMBER 14, 1963 THE CAST SALLY Deborah White GREG Paul Denesi NORMAN PORTER . . Roger Hood GRAM Celeste Jette PENNY Claire Costigan MONSIEUR HENRI Gary Plante CALEB George Kapolchok CLAIRE Kathy Connelly MARK — James Howard ELSIE Linda Desmarais MAVIS Maura Curtis LUCILE Donna Paton LYDIA - Nancy Swaine RED Stuart Robinson JOANNA Cheryl Wilmarth HARRISON DAY William Clark KERRY Thomas Lynch 61 ' Huh?” " I have a soul above orange juice.” " What grace, what elegance, what imbecility!” " From the terrace.” JARDIN des FLEURS MAY 25, 1963 UNDERCLASSMEN JUNIOR OFFICERS SCOTT LOCKWOOD CHERYL CALDWELL DOUG WILCOCK BARBARA FISH ANGLE TREE STONE The Angle Tree Stone, erected in the latter part of the seventeenth century, is located off Upper High Street. It marks the boundary of the Plymouth Bay Colony on the southeast. Providence Plantation on the southwest, and Massachusetts Bay Colony on the north. The stone was erected as a result of a survey by John Woodcock, one of North Attleboro’s earliest residents. 70 Room 1 1 — Row 1, left to right: R. Bellevance, M. Bedard, C. Caldwell, B. Anderson, B. Babbitt, N. Buckley, B. Babbitt, K. Brown, R. Beaulieu, L. Abel, B. Barber. Row 2: R. Arena, R. Brown, D. Bibby, E. Baril, R. Arsenault, L. Buell, E. Baier, J. Cabral, H. Benetti. Row 3: H. Boardman, D. Blaisdell, G. Aussant, C. Augat, D. Alger. Room 18 — Row 1, left to right: C. Cheetham, J. Cote, B. Fish, G. Fisher, S. Feeney, L. Dargis, R. Clark, L. Choiniere, A. De- sautel, C. Cornish, E. Dupras. Row 2: F. Erickson, B. Daggett, J. Clarner, J. Cheney, L. DeLaurier, W. Fernald. Row 3: D. Cochrane, R. Dufault, T. Corrigan. Room 19- — Row 1, left to right: L. Gibbons, B. Frobel, J. Gracie, G. Foster, J. Fontaine, P. Halliday, L. Giacoppo, J. Fong, L. Gardner, L. Gourlay, E. Flart. Row 2: J. Gomes, M. Gould, L. Grzenda, J. Fontaine, D. Hayes, L. Grimaldi, J. Grygalonis, D. Gaudette. Row 3: B. Griswold, J. Fuller, F. Holbrook, D. Grzenda, H. Hughes. 71 Room 31 — Row 1, left to right: E. LaFleche, M. McCarthy, S. Lowman, D. Johnston, R. Lilien, E. McCormack, M. Levesque, M. Montgomery, Filomena Lembo, D. Johnson, K. LeClair. Row 2: D. McNamara, J. Lynch, D. Melanson, K. Leary, T. Leary, R. Isenbarger. Row 3: B. McGuire, A. Moore, S. Lockwood, L. Jackson, L. Kinney. Room 32 — Row 1, left to right: J. Perry, S. Paquette, C. Poirier, 1. Petit, K. Phippen, J. Poirier, N. Reynolds, R. Phipps, G. Riley, E. Rivard, V. Pickering. Row 2: D. Rioux, N. Peirce, B. Morin, J. Morriseau, L. Richards, T. Perry, D. Richards, J. Peterson. Row 3: A. Patunoff, K. Nelson, A. Paquette, D. Poirier, D. Pinsoneault. Room 33 — Row 1, left to right: O. Webber, F. Zielinski, P. Samson, S. Stearns, M. Skolski, S. Sarazin, J. Vegiard, L. Watson, L. Swearingen, S. Seriva, P. Rowan. Row 2: J. Ruest, D. Wilcox, H. Sherman, N. Svendsen, A. Tuttle, N. Robinson, A. Scott, G. Seaman, L. Stack. Row 3: B. Van Ness, S. Smith, T. Smith, E. Snedeker, E. Young, D. Seaman, W. Spooner, T. West. 72 SOPHOMORE OFFICERS STEVE DALRYMPLE JEAN RICHARDS VICKI GLASER JOHN ROBITAILLE OLD POWDER HOUSE The Old Powder House, one of the few sites representing the Revolutionary War period, is located off Old Post Road. Although it played an insignificant part in the war, it is one of the remaining structures connected with America’s struggle for freedom. Room 8 — Row 1; T. Auty, J. Caron, J. Carpenter, E. Bellavance, D. Chace, D. Burns, L. Brown, L. Blackbird, G. Brown, C. Banks, C. Benker. Row 2: G. Budjinski, P. Johnson, E. Brierley, L. Beaupre, S. Johnson, K. Barber, B. Baier, D. Breault, L. Fuller, D. Casale. Rotu 3: M. Carr, G. Burns, G. Bums, D. Barnabe, R. Beety, C. Blais, R. Chase, W. Bellavance. Room 9 — Row 1: J. Fontneanu, S. Hyjand, H. Di Renzo, L. Feid, S. Doucette, N. Duckworth, L. Ferrante, D. Jette, D. Fisher, P. Desilets, A. Fournier. Row 2: R. Corrigan, D. Dean, J. Cote, L. Cinq-Mars, C. Dawson, L. De Grafft, M. Desilets, C. Gallipeau, S. Dalrymple, J. Federovich, B. Fillman, T. Conroy. Row 3: R. Childress, P. Fong, J. Cotton, L. Edwards, C. Estey, R. Coffey, D. Corcoran, J. Finn, F. DiFiore. Room 10-A — Row 1: N. Haduk, F. Frietas, P. Hammond, P. Johnson, S. Duquette, M. Guy, K. Glode, P. Keith, C. Kenney, M. Kiernan, G. Johnson. Row 2: D. Gardner, B. Johnson, B. Kenneally, V. Glaser, C. Kelleher, S. Jette, L. Hill, D. Greenhalgh, R. Jones, J. Hale. Row 3: J. Gallant, B. Gebhardt, A. Howard, J. Fraise, B. Houde, R. Hirsch, G. Hartman. 74 Room 14 — Row 1: J. McNamara, K. McDonald, J. Macomber, S. Larsen, A. Mohrnheim, M. Mullen, L. Larson, P. Mullen, B. MacDonald, S. Miller, J. Lonardo. Row 2: B. Maione, R. MacEwen, G. Moody, E. Landry, B. Monast, K. Langille, E. Lund, L. Myers, P. La Plante, D. Knight, F. Megna, J. Murray, Row 3- J. Medeiros, B. Collins, A. Sandland, P. Kryptowicz, R. Mooney, P. Medeiros, R. Landry, D. Knowles, B. Meyer, G. La Porte. Room 17 — Row 1: F. Rotella, C. Ruel, R. Rondeau, L. Nelson, J. Richards, N. Osterberg, S. Seymour, C. Smith, S. Riley, C. Skolski, S. Gehrung. Row 2: J. Robitaille, T. Ruest, G. Schriever, P. Ostlund, C. Charron, J. Ralph, A. Rego, J. Rose, M. Rabbitt, B. Samson, R. Sanford, D. Rivard. Row 3: W. Roberts, S. Rego, J. Rhyno, R. Quimby, D. Phippen. Room 21 — Row 1; D. Stevens, K. Tanner, M. Thibeault, S. Smith, N. West, C. Solari, R. St. Martin, A. Ward, J. Vegiard, B. Tingley L. Weston. Row 2: B. Suvall, D. Wall, L. Wheeler, D. Yankee, H. Spencer, L. Svendsen, K. Wing, K. Cook, B. Yankee, D. White, A. Taylor, R. Tremblay. Row 3: J. Wood, A. Trombley, S. Todaro, C. Stauff, F. Verge, D. Wilkie, R. Smith. 75 FRESHyVIAN OFFICERS BILL AUSTIN LORRAINE OUIMET NANCY CALDWELL JIM VIGORITO THE SOLDIERS ' MONUMENT " This beautiful monument to the memory of the men who served in the Civil War was designed by Theodore Kitson Ruggles and was cast in bron 2 e by the Gorham Com- pany of Providence. It stands on the common where in 1861, Company 1, 7th Mass- achusetts Volunteers, drilled and made ready for the threatening war. Directly behind the monument stands the Baptist Church where the company attended divine worship and listened to an address by their preacher-captain. Reverend J. E. Ashley, the day they marched away to Camp Colony at the Tawrlton fair ground.” from the " North Attleboro Celebration of the Massachusetts Bay Tercentenary 1630- 1930.” 76 Room 13 — Row 1, left to right: B. Bumpus, R. Bernier, G. Carpenter, R. Baier, M. Brown, A. Correia, N. Caldwell, P. Codding, D. Brown, P. Browm, E. Boyd, G. Boss. Row 2, left to right: C. Conners, K. Danberg, R. Carpeno, P. Bradley, D. Anderson, L. Cook, T. Collins, W. Arena, G. Chabot, B. Collard, G. Chabot, R. Crosley. Row 3, left to right: D. Chabot, J. Andrew, T. Conroy, J. Carpenter, W . Austin, G. Cook, P. Carmichael, K. Bedard, P. Bartlett. Row 4, . to r.: C. Blake, K. Cavaleri, G. Cornish, P. Austin, B. Baldwin, L. Barrett J. Bourgeois, B. Bowser, O. Daggett, J. Calcagni, B. Brown, L. Connelly, M. Casey, M. Chabot. Row 5: F. Brown, C. Cleveland, R. Allard. 1 1 » Ip I ' ij r mt- ' Room 4 — Row 1, 1. to r.: J. Robert, J. Smith, C. Savaro, G. Slante, H. Preston, A. Savard, W. Santsaver, G. Sousa, D. L. Schriever, A. Ruggio, J. Sarasin. Row 2, 1. to r.: V. Ptevens, C. Quimby, P. Poirier, M. Scofield, N. St. Pierre, Rioux, S. Rhinehard, J. Stauff, C. Schweinshut, B. Rano, J. Skolski, Row 3, I- to r.: S. Rying, I. Sampson, C. Regan, A. Restino, K. Smith, K. Restino. 77 Room 23 — Row 1: K. Fisher, B. Grant, S. French, B. Fields, C. Gardner, D. De Laurier, A. Fong, E. Dion, D. Gay, K. Gariepy, J. Gariepy. Row 2: C. Fisler, J. Finn, L. Demrs, S. Fuller, D. Deighan, D. Deware, P. Danesi, G. George, S. Desautel, G. Estrella, H. Floyd. Row 3: J. Ferrante, T. Fenton, B. Girard, G. Doble, C. Gaw, D. Fortin, J. De Blois, T. Desilets. Room 16 — Row I: R. Johnson, E. Hastie, P. Johnson, K. Jordon, W. Hess, J. Hyland, K. Greene, B. Hoffman, P. Hamblin, S. Jerauld. B. Grant. Row 2: J. Higginbotham, B. lafrate, G. Hancock, A. Kapitan, S. lafrate, S. Horman, C. Janssen, L. Horne, W. Jutras, R. Hodson. Row 3: B, Hayes, S. Jacuzzi, J. Jepson. 78 Room 27 — Row 1, left to right: P. Libby, C. Lorie, W. MacDonald, B. Langevine. Row 2: D. Lund, K. Lavery, L. McCarthy, J. Lynch. Row i: K. Manchester, E. McConnell, C. Kelleher, J. McElwee, G. Morin, R. McKechnie, D. Mooney. Room 3 Row 1, left to right: B. McLaughlin, P. Mayer, R. Luken, P. Murphy,E. Philibert, L. Orr, L. Ouimet, B. Pike, S. Masterson, J. Kleinkauf, R. Parks. Row 2: R. Megna, L. Morse, V. Leard, J. Parker, G. LaPlante, G. Paul, W. Merigold, E. Michaud, J. Lori, C. May, R. McGowan, D. Nelson. Row 3: S. Nolan, R. Phipps, P. Pitts, R. Patunoff, R. Ouimet, P. Lewis, R. Kearney. Room 20 — Roto 1, left to right: M. Valade, C. Thimot, C. Zalia, J. Turcotte, A. Triamonti, M. Tague, G. Sullivan, P. Watts, S. Titus, C. Wenhold, J. Wing. Row 2: M. Vigorito, C. Treen, E. Williams, H. West, P. Watters, J. Welch, R. Wheeler, R. Upham, S. Wnuk, J. Vigorito, J. TenBrinke. Row 3: L. Zilch, B. Washburn, R. Young, W. Whidden, S. Perkoski, M. Woloshyn. 79 UNDERCLASS CANDIDS L ■ K bW T ACTIVITIES i r V f V " i r , 9 J||j HONOR SOCIETY First row: S. MacKay, J. Narkiewicz, D. Grant, K. Nelson, K. Roach, S. Shaw, J. Schriever, C. Woloshyn. Second row; J. Howard, L. Benoit, D. Bellavance, W. Clark, J. Brennan, A. Sliz, P. MacDuff, G. Kapolchok. The main aim of the Honor Society is both to live up to its themes of character, scholarship, leader- ship, and service and to stimulate all to adopt and follow these themes. In recognition of these qualities, the Honor Society, under the guidance of Mrs. Lydia Snyder, presents an induction assembly to honor newly elected members. The Society provides the student handbook for the incoming freshmen, in addition to ushering at school functions and performing other services. Financially, its activities have included a dance. Peanuts ' Party, and the operation of a soda counter at many school activities. 82 STUDENT COUNCIL Row 1: G. Foster, B. Anderson, L. Grimaldi, G. Kapolchok, L. Austin, J. Robitaille, N. Duckworth. Row 2; M. McCarthy, D. White, M. Curtis, F. LeCompte, S. Miller, S. Charlebois, J. Richards, K. Gulski. Row 5: W. Fernald, R. Arena, S. Smith, L. Cerrone, D. Turinese, K. Nelson, J. Vigorito, J. Hale. The Student Council’s principal func- tion is to act as a liaison between stu- dents and administration. It is a demo- cratic organization made up of home- room representatives, elected officials, and our faculty advisor, Mr. Joy. A few of the Council’s important accomplishments this year include the setting up of a weekly school news column and the establishment of an as- sembly program. Beverly Anderson, Treasurer; Lorna Grimaldi, Secretary; George Kapolchok, President; Linda Austin, Vice-President; John Robitaille, Sergeant-at-Arms. 83 First row: C. Costigan, J. Ouimet, A. DeMeo, B. Pike. Second row: D. Breault, D. Paton, K. Connelly, J. Brennan, S. Guise, D. Walden, D. White, L. Abel, R. St. Martin. Third row: J. Clarner, B. Fish, K. Leary, C. Caldwell, B. Anderson, J. Richards, N. West, C. Gallipeau, P. Ostlund. Fourth row: R. Claupin, J. Wood, R. Arena, S. Smith, D. McNamara, R. Smith, G. Kapolchok. This year’s Red Cap has sought to provide for the student body an outline of school news, fashion trends, and current sports events. Because it also encourages articles from students other than its own staff, this publication is repre- sentative of the opinions and talents not only of a selected few but of all interested students. Mr. William L. Kelly, Red Cap faculty advisor, has given much time and effort in making this newspaper a success. 4 84 Editors: MARY COOGAN and STEVE METZ ART CLUB L. to R.; C. Woloshyn, D. Grant, V. Pickering, J. Gallant, S. Manson, M. DeMarco, R. Smith, D. Cinq-Mars, M. Gaudette, K. Connelly, T. Leary, J. Macomber, J. Praise. CHESS CLUB L. to R.: J. Federovich, R. Kearney, J. Gallant, J. Peterson, H. Preston, G. Plante, C. Augat, R. Wheeler, B. Rand, W. Fernald, K. Nelson. 85 AUDIO-VISUAL CLUB Row 1: B. Baldwin, M. Bedard, L. Giacoppo, L. McCarthy. Row 2: L. Beul, D. McLaughlin, B. Bumpus, G. LaPlante. Row 3: D. Simpson, P. Austin, W. Meyer, J. Murray, E. Baier, P. Danesi, A. Moore. RADIO NEWS CLUB L. to R.: M. Moriarty, N. West, B. Baldwin, R. St. Martin, M. Brown, R. Crossley, R. Smith, F. Leary, S. Manson, C. Caldwell, B. Anderson, R. Clark. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS First Row, L. to R.: C. St. Jean, L. Higginbotham, M. Kinney, A. Cotton. Second Row, 1. to r.: L. Abel, P. Ostiund, J. Clarner, V. Davis, P. Codding, N. Caldwell, N. Buckley, J. Carpenter. SCIENCE CLUB First Row, 1. to r.: L. Giacoppo, J. Cheney, J. Fontaine, S. Lowman, L. Abel. Second Row, 1. to r.; A. Moore, D. Bibby, E. Baier, W. Fernald, D. Johnson, L. Buell, D. Blaisdell. MR. CHRISTIANSON 1st row, 1. to r.: D. Altman, A. Tuttle, M. Curtis, D. Bellavance, K. Langille, C. Banks, J. Rose, C. Cornish, D. Johnston, B. MacDonald. S. Miller, B. Johnson, C. Jette, L. Swearingen, J! Richards, K. Glode, M. Guy, B. Frobel, L. Abel. 2nd row, 1. to r.t K. Cook, J. Wood, R. Mooney, R. Arsenault, W. Merigold, D. Bibby, J. Ferrante, K. Johnson, L. Hood, R. Beach, M. Brown, L. Wheeler, B. Austin, B. Daggett, 0. Wilcock, D. Casale, R. Arena. 3rd row, 1. to r.: J. Finn, W. Clark, R. Chace, W. Johnson, D. Wilkie, S. Johnson, E. Young, R. Hood, W! Barton, D. Seaman, G. LaPorte, R. Frobel, G. Seaman. 0 89 MAJORETTES ROBIN FOURNIER CHERYL CALDWELL BETTY ADAMS GEORGIA FOSTER SUSAN MacKAY DONNA GRANT SUSAN ROBERTSON KATHLEEN CONNELLY Head Majorette: SUE MacKAY SENIOR MEMBERS KATHY CONNELLY ROBIN FOURNIER DONNA GRANT 91 DRILL TEAM Kneeling: Drill Team Head Geraldine Riley. First row: C. Skolski, M. Valade; S. Fuller, N. Caldwell, B. Fields, S. Seymour, P. Hammond, M. Mullen, L. Giacoppo. Second row: M. Skolski, L. Richards, D. DeLaurier, C. Gallipeau, N. West, C. Cheetham, L. Gourlay, J. Perry, K. LeClair, J. Clarner. Third row: L. Orr, J. Turcotte, R. St. Martin, M. Desilets, D. Fisher, N. Osterberg, E. Lund, C. Benker. Fourth row: N. Duckworth, D. Rioux, P. Rowan, F. Zielinski, N. Buckley, D. Burns, C. Poirier, B. Pike, R. Clark. COLOR GUARD L. to R.: E. George, J. Morriseau, P. Stewart, D. Hayes, A. DeMeo, C. Rilinger, S. Doucette, E. Forbes. Mary Curtis (Lorna Grimaldi — absent). 92 GLEE CLUB Under the direction of MR. RAYMOND VALENTE DANCE BAND First row: B. Barton, W. Johnson, E. Frobel, L. Wheeler. Second row: G. Seaman, J. Graass, K. Cook, B. Austin, L. Swearingen. Third roiv: R. Arena, G. Brown, D. Bellavance, G. LaPorte, R. Arsenault, D. Wilkie, R. Hood. 93 A CAPPELLA CHOIR First row; C. Kenney, E. McCormack, P. MacDuff, F. Lecompte, A. Desautel, J. Richards, K. MacDonald, C. Cornish, L. Swearingen, C. Jette. Second row: S. Manson, L. Grzenda, E. Hart, B. Fish, L. Larson, N. Swaine, K. Connelly, M. Mullen, P. Stewart. Third row; D. Melanson, D. Bellavance, C. Wilmarth, C. Caldwell, M. Guy, S. Duquette, J. Clarner, G. Brown, D. Johnson. Fourth row: J. Fontaine, D. White, M. Curtis, J. Cheney. SENIOR MEMBERS The choir performed many times this past year under the direction of Mr. Christianson. Highlighting the year were the Christmas musical activities and the Spring Concert. T he combined talents of these girls’ selected voices have always been a joy to hear, and this year was no exception. 94 SPORTS NORTH HIGH First Rotv: J. Jackson — QB, B. Collins — HB, J. Mederios — HB, R. Watts — T, J. Connor — T, B. Chizook — G. Second Row: C. Gaw — T, J. Messier — T, S. White — E, R. McGuire — G, G. Norton — E, D. White — C, S. Lockwood — E. Third Row; L. Fuller — G, J. Cotton — T, T. Conroy — C, D. Cochrane — T, R. Trembly — HB, W. Yankee — HB. Head Coach MR. POST Backfield Coach MR. SARGENT Co-Cap DAVE ROBERTSON 96 First Row: D. Robertson — FB, T. Whidden — C, L. Cerrone — QB, W. St. Lawrence — G, M. Gould — G, G. Deblois — HB, W. Whidden — T. Second Row: S. Reinhart — T, T. Ruest — QB, P. Mederios — E, J. Fuller — G, L. Kinney — E, D. Alger — C, R. Ouimet — T. Third Row; F. DiFiore — HB, A. Trembly — HB, L. Stack — HB, L. Parker — E, S. Smith — G, H. Boardman — E. tarns TOM WHIDDEN Line Coach MR. KUMMER Assistant Coach MR. RIOUX FOOTBALL s E N I O R GREG NORTON IB VI WALT ST. LAWRENCE GEORGE DeBLOIS B MIKE BERGEVINE LOUIS CERRONE , WHIDDEN JOHN CONNOR 99 Grab it, Robbie! End Sweep! " Hold that line!’ " Never catch our man . . Smash Him ! " Bull Bulling” Offense in Action 101 BASKETBALL Kneeling: Captain Frank Wojciechowski. Standing, L. to R.: B. Bennett (mg ), L. D Biore, W. ' Chizook, Greg Forbes, L. Cerrone, A. Foster, G. DeBlois, T. Whidden, Grant Forbes, S. Chace, J. Jackson, S. Metz, Coach Sargent. " JUNIOR VARSITY First Row: J. Ruest, Collins, F. DiFiore, T. Ruest. Second Row: Corrigan, Kinney, Stack, Lockwood, Coffey. First Row: Fuller, Robitaille, Suvall, Tremblay. Second Row: Mederois, White, Alger, Cotton, Estey. 102 MR. BRASSARD T SENIOR MEMBERS Captain FRANK WOJCIECHOWSKI 4 TOM WHIDDEN CLIFF SHERMAN GEORGE DeBLOIS BILL CHIZOOK GREG FORBES STEVE METZ GRANT FORBES LOU CERRONE 103 ALAN FOSTER 105 BASEBALL First row: H. Boardman, J. Fuller, J. Ruest, L. Stack, H. Bennetti. Second row: D. Yankee, K. O ' Donnell, C. Sherman, B. Butler, S. Chace. Third row: G. DeBlois, Captain Grant Forbes, J. Armell, D. Alger, T. Whidden, B. Chizook. Standing: B. Chizook, T. " Whidden, J. Armell, S. Chace (Kneeling) . Standing: ' Grant Forbes, G. DeBlois, K. O ' Donnell, C. Sherman, B. Butler ( Kneeling) . 106 MR. KELLEY Coach First row: E. Snedeker, P. Medeiros, B. Collins, J. Medeiros, L. Cerrone, Captain Steve Metz, L. Kinney, L. Parker, B. Clark, G. Norton. Second row: J. Robitaille, J. Federovich, J. Hale, P. Fong, K. Barber, T. Lynch, B. Baker, B. McKeon, D. Rioux, A. Moore, W. Meyer, E. Baier. D. Blaisdell, S. Robinson, G. Kapolchok, D. Robertson. TRACfC 109 JO- ANNE GALVIN BETH MONAST ROSE MARY MATHURIN NANCY SWAINE NANCY PIERCE DERRY CINQ-MARS CHERYL DAWSON JO-ANNE GALVIN ROY ANNE PHIPPS PAM McCarthy: Head Cheerleader I n ROSE MARY MATHURIN DERRY CINQ-MARS NANCY SWAINE 113 GIRLS’ SPORTS Field Hockey: Jo-anne, Ann, Mary, Kathi Badminton: Patti Balance Beam: Marilyn, Celeste Archery: Diane, Charlotte, Maura Parallels: Eunice, Diane Broad Jump: Rosemary Gymnastics: First Period Gym Class 114 Rings: Sandy Basketball: Helen, Elaine, Jean, Lucy, Celeste, Marilyn, Edith Trampoline: Rosemary, Kathi, and Spotters Swedish Box: Joanne, Carol, Sandra Volleyball: Jean liirv Bowling: Cindy, Elaine, Linda, Sharon, Donna NORTH HIGH Little Shep Artie and Sue " 1 musamit” No. 3 Higgie " I shunt” 16 Martie and Johnny Turkules 17 Jim Big Shep Eunice Forbes Homeroom 31 15 Denny and Sandy Steve and Donna 15A Elaine and Johnny Sandee and Bud 16A Kathy F. Sue 17A Carolyn E. Attleboro High 4 A. Friend Sue DeBlois A1 Zito Sue Paquette Midshipman G.P. Ann Marie Leco Irene C. Ozzie GIG Thomas K. Joy Barbi and Jerry Earl Knight Barron’s Pet Sue and George and Ernie Marilyn Hess Olive Madejowski Dennis, Paula, Denny Lovey Rocket and Lover Boy " Edge” Tinkerbelle Stanley Madejowski Beatrice L. Kendall PAT Mess, Jane and Little Mess " The Egg Plant” Sharon Horman Gerrie and Bud Gayle Grimaldi Robert E and me Ken and Laura Gypsy-Boots Mr. New-un Buck and Alison Clinton S. Johnson The ’Herd’ Ostermenicaks I like NAHS BER " 65” Suzie Slushbucket I the happy patient! Janet Sugar Pops Pete Bev and Billy J.R. Boozie Klunker Steve and Lynne Lianne and Chet Playmate John and Bev Nummy (a Maura Curtis girl) Wayne and Donna W. L. KeUy The Garbage Gut Group Diane and Fred T. M. Rioux Christine Curtis June Robertson Trench Dave and Linda Mushroom Staff Nummy Jake and Jeantiie Bill Wheeler Cassius Kearney Fred and Marsha John Smitty Chickie Barge and Walden Scott and Linda River City BOOSTERS P-TOP Alfie Claudia and David Baseball Coach Diane Anderson Fishop Beehan Linda Shirley Lorraine D. TUH! Newport Gang! Terry Patricia Libby Bobby Baker George and Janet Karen and Bill Carol Pat and Karl Rick and Marsh Mrs. " D” " K” Rosie “Eggy” Hope Phipps Gaylord and Lee The Rockapella Gang Jean Moore Herd No. I Donna Jeanne St. Pierre Karen Leary Nancy St. Pierre Pat Murphy Nancy Priscilla Mullen Anne Kathy Phippen Rob and " Yogi” Margaret and Don C. President of the M.J.C. Girls Donna Rioux Andy Noel Kinski Pam Carmichael Kay Glode Christine Janssen Ronnie and Lorraine Nanc} ' " Hammy” " Happy” I Sandee and Pete " B” Hill Sue and Roger Peter Kryptowicz Angie-Bill Herbert Hill Lynn Mary Brassard Elizabeth Ingram Andrea Marilyn Lorraine Flinkk Ostermemniak Fan Club Jean and Paul Rod and Kathy M. Nikoli Avonovitch Lobachevski Fred Lamontagne and Crew " Satch” PAT and STEVE Booster Collectors 117 YEARBOOK STAFF Literary Staff Editors Maura Curtis and Bill Clark Advertising Manager Paul Danes! Photography Editor Nanq? Swaine Business Manager Sandra Shaw Circulation Manager George Kapolchok Art Editor Kathy Connelly 18 LITERARY STAFF I l A li m T5ii T1 A — C Audefte ? 1? pJtn T?’ AU ’ Masterson, D. Walden, C. Tuttle, R. Mathurin, C. Cost.gan, ?or RreSi ' r r T If ■ ' Matters, I. Valade, N. Letourneau, J. Staf- A 1 L o P Washburn J. Narkiewicz, Mary Curtis, C. Rhilinger, C. Wilmarth, S. Lanthier, A, Sliz, D. Breault Rou 4. L. Benoit, E. Dargis, D. Quimby, A. 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Mailing Boxes • Fancy Boxes • Displays Compliments of AMERICAN SISALKRAFT COMPANY Division of St. Regis Paper Company ATTLEBORO, MASS. CARY, ILL. TRACY, CALIF. CREED ROSARY Compliments of INTERBORO LAUNDRY " your professional cleanser and launderers " Congratulations! to the Class of 1964 GORDON ' S DAIRY BAR V. H. BLACKINGTON CO., INC. Best Wishes From SWIFT FISHER INC. Compliments of DURANT ' S SERVICE STATION BEAUCHAINE, INC. Lumber — Building Materials Chestnut St. North Attleboro MINER ' S FURNITURE CO. North Attleboro ©AUDEHE LEATHER GOODS, INC. Congraiulafions BATES LACE, INC. Compliments of MILADY ' S ATTLEBORO MASS, F. G. HOLBROOK INSURANCE, INC. 65 NORTH WASHINGTON STREET, NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASSACHUSETTS Telephone: MYrtle 5-6355 THE COMMERCIAL PRESS Letterpress and Offset Printing Telephone: 699-8454 4 East St. NORTH AHLEBORO WALTER Restaurant Cantonese and Polynesian Foods B. ORDERS PUT UP TO TAKE OUT EDWARDS Electrical Contractor . I i 4W-7440 153 E. Washington St. — Route 1 Telephones orth Attleboro. Mass. NORTH AHLEBORO NORTH ATTLEBORO. MASS. FLOOR COVERING 128 COMPANY Good Luck to the Class of 1964 NORTH ATTLEBORO I BAR BEN ELECTRIC MFG. CO. Lawn Construction Landscape Design GEORGE E. LANDRY Box 462, Route 1, Paine Rd. North Attleboro, Mass. TELEPHONE: MY 9-8202 Tree Work Shrubs and Flowers For Sale FEATURING SOPHISTICATED SPORTSWEAR 7 Elm Street North Attleboro, Mass. Congratulations to the Class of 1964 NORTH ATTLEBORO HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 1898-1964 Compliments of NORTH ATTLEBORO CHRONICLE Printers and Publishers Church St. North Attleboro, Mass. Telephone: MY 9-4431 Snap-on Tools the choice of better mechanics HENRY DE MEO 77 Calvin Road North Attleboro, Mass. Tel. MYrtle 5-5582 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1964 From the Following Local Barbers ROY ' S BARBER SHOP BOB ' S BARBER SHOP PETE ' S BARBER SHOP DICK ' S BARBER SHOP AL ' S BARBER SHOP ERNIE ' S BARBER SHOP BARBER SHOP Job Number 04994 Met. N«. Ne. L ' i NORTH AmEBORO Congratulations to the Class of 1964 ATTLEBOROUGH SAVINGS BANK ATTLEBORO NORTH AHLEBORO ' p COMPLIMENTS OF :l " A NEW MEANING FOR EXCELLENCE " ! 1 Sound Recording by STANDARD METALS HEAT TREATING CO. j‘j !■ i ' i If 79 Chestnut St. “ 83 Chestnut St. North Attleboro, Mass. North Attleboro, Mass. Telephone MY 9-2700 132 WEBSTER COMPANY Fine Silversmiths JOLLY CHOLLY Route 1 North Attleboro Congratulations and Best Wishes for the Future McGOWAN INSURANCE AGENCY 1 88 No. Washington St. North Attleboro, Mass. Congratulations OSCAR H. HILLMAN SONS Elm Street North Attleboro Good Luck to the Class of 1964 ART MICKES FLYING ■A " MICHAEL A. VIGORITO 8 North Washington St. North Attleboro, Mass. 133 Good Luck in the Future to NAHS Graduates Route 1, North Attleboro, Mass. " Your Family Fun Center 134 CARROLLS North Washington Street NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. MY 9-581 1 3?. Casual Wear Fine Yarns 42 N. WASHINGTON ST. N. ATTLEBORO, MASS. Compliments of FONTAINE SONS Compliments f McNALLY ' S 1 SAVARD IMPORTED CARS. INC. 760 £. Washington Street NORTH AHLEBORO, MASS. MY 9-8481 LAFRATTA ' S GROCERY Quality Foods 327 CHESTNUT ST. N. AHLEBORO Best Wishes REEVES DRUG STORE Compliments of CAPODANNO ' S || ASSOCIATE STORE || Into d NORTH ATTLEBORO Compliments ORENT BROS. NO. ATTLEBORO MASS. Established 1933 L C. RONDEAU TRAILER SALES U.S. Route 1 NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. MINUTE MAN DINER Route 1 NORTH ATTLEBORO falls SHOPPING CENTER •siW « ATTLEBORO FALLS, MASS. ACHIN ' S SERVICE STATION JERRY ' S WATCH SERVICE NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. LS. Peterson co.,inc. 424 EAST WASHINGTON STREET NORTH AHLEBORO, MASSACHUSEns 135 Best Wishes from A FRIEND Compliments of COLSTON E PANCAKE RESTAURANT on Route 1 North Attleboro, Mass. Congratulations From BELLEVANCE, INC. AHLEBORO, MASS. JARVIS TAPS, INC. WASHINGTON PARK NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASSACHUSEHS Compliments of I MacDONALD ' S MOBILE HOMES PARK, INC. Route I MY 5-9241 BERGH BROTHERS, INC. ALICE ' S SHOP Fifty-Seven North Washington St. NORTH ATTLEBORO. MASSACHUSETTS Best Wishes From SCHOFIELD HARDWARE 136 BURGER CHEF HAMBURGERS 80 E. WASHINGTON ST. " Home of the World ' s Greatest 15c Hamburger " G. MORIN, Owner STEVENS ' MARKET 205 Smith Street NO. ATTLEBORO, MASS. G. C. FORGET SONS Kelly Blvd. NORTH AHLEBORO MY 5-9021 Best Wishes TRI-BORO FINANCE CO. Compliments of GERALDINES BEAUTY SALON BRISTOL TRAVEL AGENCY 14 Elm Street 40 Park St. No. Attleboro Attleboro Congratulations From PERMA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION NORTH ATTLEBORO JEPSON TOOL CO. Metal Specialties Tools and Dies |R Hillman Bldg. No. Attleboro b| Good Luck to the Class of 1964 NORTH END SUPERETTE 64 Park St. No. Attleboro FULLER BOX I COMPANY 1 Compliments of COLONIAL HEIRLOOMS MARIE ' S BEAUTY CORNER 1 1 1 871 2 South Washington St. K North Attleboro, Massachusetts E FRENCHIE’S SERVICE STATION BURNS E Service Station Wk MY 5-9882 B East Washington St. H |Mob 120 So. Washington St., No. Attleboro Compliments of RILEY BROS. LUMBER NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. UNCLE TED ' S B SERVICE STATION E So. Washington St. k Congratulations and Best Wishes to NAHS Class of 1964 YOUR MARK for DISTINCTIVE FINISHES Compliments of MANDEVILLE CHEVROLET. INC. FERN L. MANDEVILLE Dealer Best Wishes to 1964 Class From FRANK and MARGARET of F. and M. CURTIS, INC. Real Estate Insurance at Reliable News Bureau MY 5-5149 NATIONAL FENCE CO. Congratulations to the Class of 1964 DONLEY MFG. CO., INC. Fence and Iron Work Built and Erected Anywhere RESIDENTIAL AND INDUSTRIAL FENCES Step Railings and Fire Escapes Clothes Line Poles MICHAEL LONARDO Mgr. 714 So. Washington St. NORTH ATTLEBORO MASS. THE BROOK MANOR Compliments of MR. AND MRS. NORMAN POIRIER Good Luck in the Future featuring Brook Manor ' s Carriola Cart From IIOUIARD JOHiiion ' t Dining Rooms Available for Private Parties ' Landmark far Hungry Aaaricana " CLOSED MONDAYS MY 9-8071 ORI SCARLATELLI Ownar Route 1 North Attleboro naB In Attleboro It s ihey 1 S for 5 1 Park Street SHOES Attleboro. Mass. NOLAN ' S RATTEY ' S Flowers Route 1 NORTH ATTLEBORO North Attleboro H. D. MacDonald, Inc. MY 9-291 1 BORO SAND STONE CO. , n a ni e 1 i n a n a dZ) redden a in t i n Washed Sand and Stone Products HILLMAN BUILDING Ready Mixed Concrete NORTH ATTLEBORO. MASS. Plain Street Telephone MYrtle 5-9632 1- NORTH ATTLEBORO. MASS. ! MFG CO LeSTAGE MANUFACTURING CO. Makers of HIGH GRADE JEWELRY CHAINS. BRACELETS. LOCKETS. ETC. North Attleboro. Mass. Ph. 699-8742 Compliments of THIBEAUirS MOBILEHOMES DR. KENNETH A. ATWILL Sales and Service Route 1 888 S. WASHINGTON ST. North Attleboro Massachusetts 140 Congratulations to the Graduates of North Attleboro High School Manufacturers Nationau Bank (m J ristol County 141 JOSEPH W. MARTIN, jR. IOth Diet., Massachusetts Congre£(£i of tiie nitefi States: ou£ie of Eepreoentatibeo SSIaie ington, C JUne 1 , 1964 Mr. James D. Howard, Co-Editor 1964 NORTHERN LIGHT 51 Sutherland Road North Attleboro, fc,ssachusetts Dear Mr. Howard and Students of North Attleboro High School: The death of President John F. Kennedy has stunned the world. It was a shocking reminder of the high price men pay for de- voted public service, of the uncertainties of life, of the dangers of pettiness and violence in a world struggle for greatness and for peace. But the people of our nation are like a mighty army. We must advance in a wave of progress, and when leaders fall, our younger generations must produce new leaders to take their place. Oir coun- try and our ideals must live with new vitality, generation after generation. Out of North Attleboro Hi School, and your graduating class, some of these new leaders must emerge. I hope that all of you will soon be good citizens of voting age, ready to participate in the con tinuing task of making our nation strong and great. Congratulations and best wishes for your future success. Sincerely yours. Joseph W. Martin, Jr Congressman IN MEMORIAL JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY 1917-1963 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We wish to express our gratitude to Mr. Brassard, our hard-working yearbook advisor, and the yearbook staffs and editors; to the Loring Studios and to the photographers, who made our yearbook possible, and to Mr. Rowan of the Taylor Publishing Company; especially to Congressman Joseph W. Martin, Jr., for the fine portrait of Mr. Kennedy, and for his timely words; to Mr. Clark, Mr. Regan, and the faculty and administration for their cooperation; to the people of North Attleboro and to the undergraduates who so generously sup- ported us. Diane and Jim Co-Editors-in-Chief mmm


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