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®able of Contents AiimtnistratTon c,H oo Q ft V c Jiacult ntors ISnberclassmen ArttUities jorts H earbimk ’taff Abbertisem nt lilK H T lipi t Vi i ’•- ' ■-■■■• n-- Pt ■ ■ i Bebitation The warm response of his friendly smile and the bright- ness of his wit have opened doors for a strong .teacher- student relationship. He has faithfully devoted his time and efforts, not only to the class of 1968, but to all the students of North High. As a teacher, he has enlightened us with wisdom and knowl- edge to better prepare us for the future. His contribut- ing spirit has created a deep bond of friendship. With respect and admira- tion, we the Class of " 68, " dedicate our Northern Light to you, Mr. Robert R Olivier SUPERINTENDENT The parade of progress Is Inevitable. Graduation marks another significant mile- stone in your too swift race toward adult- hood. Remember always that with the ap- proach of maturity, increased privileges are inexorably accompanied by Increased re- sponsibilities. Be aware of the difference between liberty and license, as progress can be painful as well as pleasurable. Re- member, too, the quotation from Hamlet that states, " There ' s a divinity that Shapes our ends. Rough-hew them how we will. " Good luck to the Class of 1 968! VINCENT B. McGEE ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT RICHARD W. BLAZO PRINCIPAL Our schools have been concerned pri- marily with the education of Individuals for life in homes, communities, states, and the United States. Today conditions are different. The word " community " can no longer be used exclu- sively to refer to a small geographical area. Today the world is our community and the two and a half billion men, women, and children on our globe are neighbors. We must live together In peace or perish. Education is the chief means for creating a better world founded upon peace, free- dom, justice and better living standards for the entire family. I only hope that your years of schooling have prepared you for the problems each of you will have to face and that you will find success and happiness in whatever careers you choose. ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL WILLIAM L. KELLY SECRETARIES SUPERINTENDENT ' S OFFICE MRS. COBURN secretary MRS. PIKE secretary MRS. SWEARINGEN MRS. AUSTIN MRS. LOWE bookkeeper bookkeeper secretary and assistant bookkeeper I SECRETARIES PRINCIPAL’S OFFICE MRS. CONNOR secretary to the princip al MRS. ROBERTSON secretary to the assistant principal GUIDANCE OFFICE MRS. PETERSON secretary GUIDANCE OFFICE I am not a teacher — only a fellow-traveler of whom you asked the way. I pointed ahead — ahead of myself as well as of you. B. Shaw WILLIAM C. KUMMER Guidance Counsellor Humanities Wagner College — A.B. Bridgewater — M.E.D. Boston State and B.U. — CASS-|-52 Eaculty Manager BONNIE KAY BROWN Guidance Counsellor West Virginia University B.S. — Education ( Bioloqy-Engllsh ) M.A. — Guidance and Counselling SCHOOL COMMITTEE Let each one of you grow In character and assume your own responsibilities. Make your decisions and live by them. Walter F. Cavanagh Chairman CO-EDITORS SYLVIA and KATHY MESSAGE TO OUR ADVISORS: Words alone can- not express our deep gratitude for your un- tiring efforts and assistance In the comple- tion and success of this year ' s Northern Light. We thank you for making our job of editors-ln-chlef both a memorable and re- warding experience. TO THE CLASS OF " 68 " : Our sincere thanks and appreciation to you, our fellow classmates, for your generous support and inspiration throughout this, our most Im- portant year at North High. Sylvia and Kathy YEARBOOK ADVISORS (Mr. Brayton and Mr. Duhamel) AND ADVISORS ■ CHEFS »We may ilve without friends, we may live without books; But civilized man can not live without cooks. E. Lytton E m. ' ■ " ' Mr I i ' ! ► J ' ’j • He seemed to me ever by his work . one of the greatest men, and most worthy of admiration. B. Jonson CUSTODIANS VT i rt in knnluinn, a thinij ' ; 1 toachini it. (firi ' rn uH i ' M ' ■i if ! ’ ■ r |i ' ■ l 1 1 H rt ENGLISH DEPARTMENT MARIE J. SCANLIN A.B. Emmanuel College M.Ed. Mass. State English Dept. Head ROBERT R. OLIVIER B.Ed., M.Ed., R.I.C. English Jr. Class Advisor Red Cap Advisor JUDITH E. COBB B.A. U. Mass. Grad, work U.R.I. English — Speech Senior Play DONALD S. BRAYTON JR. B.A. Stonehill College M.A.T., R.I.C. English Yearbook Co-Advisor JOSEPH A. DERMONT B.S. U. Scranton, Loyola U. M.A. Candidate English National Honor Society Advs. MICHAEL L . PELLETIER B.A. St. Francis College English J.V. Basketball Coach RUTH M. WADDICOR B.A,, M.A. Brown U. Reading — English RICHARD F. RUTHERFORD B.S. U.R.I. M.Ed. Salem State Col. English MATH DEPARTMENT BRIAN P. BICKNELL B.S. U. Maine Math Baseball Coach Intramural Basketball ROBERT J. CASTELLO B.S. Ed. R.I.C. M.A.T. Brown U. Math Sophomore Class Advisor CAROL J. PRUITT A.B. Indiana Stale U. M.A.T. Harvard U. Math MURIEL R. JONES A.B. Brown U. Math WILLIAM C. SALLEE B.A. Vanderbilt U. M.A.T. Brown U. Math LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT CHARLES A. AYOTTE A.B. Providence Col. Erench German Club Guitar Club JOHN J. BEVILAQUA JR. A.B. U. Mass. M.A. MIddlebury Col. ' French Dept. Head Senior Class Advisor MARCEL P. DUHAMEL A.B. R.I.C. French — English Yearbook Co-Advisor EDWARD L. MEADE B.A., M.A. Boston Col, History Dept. Head L MARJORIE M. LOTHROP A.B. Emmanuel Col. English — Latin Freshman Class Advisor ROGER A. FRECHETTE B.S. Ed. Keene State Col. History SOCIAL STUDIES DORIS M. DALEY A.B. Regis College Cand. Ph.D. Brown U. Russian FRANK J. KELLEY A.B. Providence Col. German German Club Guitar Club ROBERT L. GUTHRIE B.S. Ed. Bridgewater State History Football Line Coach ERICK SARGENT B.S. Ed. Bridgewater State M.Ed. Springfield College History President N.A.T.A. MARTHA MONTGOMERY B.A. Grinnell Col. M.A.T. Brown U. History — Humanities ROGER J. THIBAULT B.A. Providence Col. History SCIENCE DEPARTMENT JOHN MITCHELL B.S. Ed. Bridgewater State Worchester Polytech Science CLINTON S. JOHNSON Sc.B. Brown U. B.Ed. R.I.C. M.S. U.R.I. Chemistry Dept. Head Science Club Advisor ARTHUR H. POST B.S. U.N.H. Science — Biology Head Football Coach PRACTICAL ARTS BARBARA E. COCHRANE A.B. Sweet Briar Col. Science Future Teacher ' s Club Advs. MYRON REIMER A.B. Northeastern U. M.Ed. Boston State Col. Science Freshman Class Advisor JOSEPH P. CONNOLLY Power Mechanics ALFRED J. SLOWE B.S. Durfee College Tech. M.Ed. Bridgewater State Col. Practical Arts Dept. Head Audio-Visual Club Camera Club FREDERICK F. HORAN M.A. New York U. Shop CLARK F. SPRINGGATE B.A. Boston U. Biology ELEANOR P. SAWYER B.S. Framingham State Home Economics — Clothing Sophomore Class Advisor ELLEN J. WINDER B.S. Mass. College of Art Art COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT LOUISE E. DUDLEY Business Dept. Head B.Ed. Salem Normal M.Ed. Boston U. ALICE M. HALL B.S., M.Ed. B.U. Business B.S. Bryant College B.Ed. R.I.C.E. MARY F. TALTY M.Ed. U.R.I. B.A. Boston Col. Business — Math Business Junior Class Advisor MUSIC DEPARTMENT JACK BALKIND B.S. Boston College M.Ed. Bridgewater Distributive Ed. Advisor D.E.C. of N.A. JOSEPHINE DAWSON R.N. Lowell Hosp. Nurse Cheerleading Advs. PHYSICAL EDUCATION RAYMOND CHARRON B.S. U.R.I. Phys. Ed. Gym Club Head Basketball Coach Head Track Coach Asst. Football Coach SPECIAL ED HENRY J. McDEED B.A. Providence C M.A. R.I.C. Special Education MARY E. ERVING B.A. Emerson Col. Librarian i Senior Class Advs. Graduation Activities APRIL PERKOSKI Assoc. Drama Leland Powers Phys. Ed. LIBRARIAN iC ' Ji- % ' ■ 1 Vi " K ' i ;-V i ' -r;-;-. ; : ■ ' i ■: r ' :. ■ iit, i. ... " ' " •Sip . • " WSi ■■ ' ■ ' ■ ' -Sb ' ' , K i ' 1 ,V» ? ■ .- ' -4 ' ' U jjrxito, hJe grnpi’ totth ISptoctrb ant» opening (Ihnt brnlns Inhntelier ■X Hi! ' i r0 ...-J ■Ji V 7«!H PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE Fellow members of the Class of 1968: It has been my honor and pleasure to have served as Senior Class President throughout our most important and exciting year at North Attleboro High School. I would like to thank you for making it such a success. May happiness fall upon you in the future and God Bless You. Ernest P. Hebert Jr. Class President SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS MICHAEL VIGORITO PAGE STIERLI MR. BEVILAQUA KAREN THARL MISS ERVING ERNEST HEBERT 33 Dorothy Jean Adams Madeleine Grace Anderson Karen Lorraine Andrews Robert James Bates 44 High Street 59 Burden Avenue " While we stop to think, we often miss our opportunity. " Dottie, you have a smiling face and sunny disposition which make you a great cheerleader. As a physical therapist your talents and abilities will be put to worthy use. Red Cap I, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; Student Coun- cil 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Year- book 4; Committees I, 2, 3, 4; In- tramurals I, 2; Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship Drive I, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4. " Of such a merry, nimble, stirring spirit. " Midge, a great and vibrant personal- ity Is our memory of you. Gym class will be a unique experience with your imagination and style. Glee Club I, 2, 4; Drill Team I, 2; Red Cap 4; Yearbook 4; Art Club 2; Pep Club 2, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Dance Committees I, 2, 3, 4; Intra- murals 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Scholarship Drive. 24 Burden Avenue " Knowledge is a folly without the aid of grace. " Caryn, we will always remember your own particular style and genuine sense of humor. Your ambition to grow will be as successful as have your other endeavors. A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3; Student Council 3, 4; Freshman Class Treas- urer I; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Red_ Cap I, 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Activities Editor of Yearbook 4; Office Worker I, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3. 4; Science Fair I; Spring Concert I, 2, 3; White Palins Exchange Student 3; Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4; Future Teacher ' s Club 4; Prom Committee 4; Senior Play 4; Music Festival 1, 2, 4; Com- mittees 1 , 2, 3, 4. 248 High Street " The great business of life is to do, to do without, and to de- part. " Bob, the world needs good teach- ers and we are confident you will be one. Your easy going char- acter and friendliness is natural to you. Football I; Fish Game Club I, 2; Prom Committee 4: Golf Team 3; Basketball Concession Stand 3. 34 r Deborah Ann Beaulieu 433 Smith Street ’’The act of pleasing requires only the desire. " Debbie, looking to the future we see you as a fine teacher. Don’t ever lose your congenial ways and wit for they are valuable. Band 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Scholarship Drive 2. 3; Yearbook Statf 4: Cake Sale I; Pep Club 3; Music Festival 2, 3, 4; Spring Concert 2, 3, 4. I Judith Ann Bird 102 Spring Street " Friends are born, not made. " Judy, keep that wonderful disposi- tion. Then, In whatever you do In the future, we are confident there will be success and pleasure. Donna Lee Beaulieu 433 Smith Street " She enjoys life In her own happy way. " Donna, as a teacher you will have a calm and capable air and be valued in your profession. Size is no problem when you have a giant personality. Scholarship Drive 2, 3. Donna Weston Beggs 2 Kelly Boulevard " Youth is wholly experimental. " Beggsle, in your future as a nurse, we know that you will keep all the friends you have now and make ten times more. We wish you all the luck and happiness In the world. A Cappella 3; Red Cap 2; Cake Sale I; Variety Show Usher I. 2; Science Fair 1; Pep Club 2; Senior Staff Yearbook 4. Lucille Ann Blaclcbird 72 Freeman Street " It is just as important to listen with your eyes. " Lu. If you keep trying, without a doubt you will have a happy life. May your future hold all the things of which you have dreamed. Intramurals I, 2; Glee Club 1, 2. Mary Elizabeth Blais 267 Holmes Road " Remember this — very little Is needed to make a happy life. " Sis, since you want to help chil- dren. we feel that you are wise in choosing nursing as a career. Your personality and warmth will help a great deal. Glee Club I. 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1; Cake Sale I; Variety Show 2: Red Cap 2; Pep Club 2; Driver Ed. 3; Art Club 2; Scholarship Drive 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Committees 2, 3; Spring Concert I, 2, 3, 4; Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4; Flower Girl 3. . -Iti David Charles Bell R-l 14 Freeman St. " Without a sense of humor, life would be a mistake. " Ding, your personality is the best. Therefore, we know, as a teach- er, you will teach your class more than just the academics. Football I; Baseball 1, 2; Drama Club 2; Fish and Game I, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals I. George Howard Boardman 49 Lakewood Drive " Give me a place to stand and a pole long enough and I can move the world. " Boardie, thanks for contributing to our class and school so much. You will always be on a winning team — football or teaching. Football I. 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Track I, 2; Senior Executive Board 4; Art Executive Board 3, 4; Cake Sale I; Art Club I, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship Drive 3; Senior Play 4; Variety Show 3. 35 Peter George Bryer 170 N. Wash. St. Susan Ann Boyle 317 Commonwealth Avenue " The love of books is a love which requires neither iustiflcation, apology, nor defense. " Sue, we hope your high school years have been the best. Keep that great school spirit of yours to cheer up your patients as a nurse. Band 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Play 4; Prom Committee 4; Music Festival 2, 3, 4; Variety Show Usherette 3; Dance Committees I. 2. 3. 4; Scholarship Drive; Yearbook 4. " Life must be measured by thought and action, not by time. " Ben, we feel that you will be suc- cessful In business as you have been with your friends. You are easy going and a great individual. Fish Game Club I. 2; Ski Club 2; Baseball Manager I; A-U I; Audio- Visual. Elizabeth Jane Butterworth S. Wash. Street " What is life without fun? " Beth, as you settle down with deter- mination to make someone happy we are certain you will succeed. Glee Club I, 2. Della Anne Calcagni 60 Bultinch Street " A girl more courteous, a dis- position more sweet. " Della, no matter what goes wrong, you never lose your cool. You have all the abilities to be a great teacher. Honor Society 3, Secretary 4; Drill Team I, 2; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Office Worker I, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Senior Executive Board 4; Committees I, 2, 3, 4; Future Teacher Tea 4; Intramurals I. 2; Red Cap I. 2; Science Fair 1; Variety Show Usherette 1. 2; Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club I, 2; Drama Club 2; Yearbook 4. Peter Ross Calderone 48 Bank Street " They can conquer who believe they can. " Pete, we know that your ambition to be a barber will be fulfilled. Find time to enioy the future and good luck! Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Prom Com- mittee 3, 4; Baseball I, 4; Basketball I. 2; Football Manager 2; Scholarship Drive; Golf Team 2, 3, 4; Conces- sion Stand. Garry Cantelo I 56 East Street " It is your ability to take a joke, not make one, which proves you have a sense of humor. " Garry, you are the only graduate whose aim is to be a pilot. We think that ' s great and we hope you will have flying success! Basketball 3, 4; Baseball 4. James Michael Cabral 1 53 Smith Street " Be satisfied with success In even the smallest matter and think even such a result Is no trifle. " Jim. to be a barber is your ambition. We hope you enjoy a future with all the success and pleasure possible. Joseph Carey 288 Broadway " Grow along with me, the best Is yet to be. " Joy, we are sure you will make a tremendous DJ with your talent and wit. As best looking, you will find success with many girls. Football I, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Dance Committee 4; Gym Club 2, 3; Scholarship Drive. 36 —SECOND PERIOD HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION Eloise Regina Carley 53 Eddy S+reef " Three things cannot be taught — generosity, kindness and cheerful- ness. " Eloise, your genuine concern for others will always keep you happy. You will be a conscien- tious IBM programmer. Band 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Music Festival 2, 3. 4; Spring Concert 2. 3. 4; Driver Education 4; Senior Play 4; Scholarship Drive 3. Nancy Ann Caron I 6 Johnson Street " Grace was In all her steps, and dignity in every gesture. " Nancy, your charm and warm per- sonality make you a lot of fun to know. We wish you all the luck in the world as a teacher with your fine spirit. Cake Sale I; Red Cap I, 3, 4; Pep Club I, 2. 3. 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Head Cheerleader 4; Latin Club Sec- retary and Treasurer 4; Variety Show Usher 2; Variety Show 3. 4; Intra- murals I, 2; White Plains Exchange Student 3; Scholarship Drive I, 2, 3, 4: Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 4; Committees 1 , 2, 3, 4. David Franklin Cash 65 David Road " Give him sports, any kind will do. " Dee, In football you played a great game. Remain the same always with your special wit and fun spirit. As a landscape artist we are sure you will enioy much success. Football 2. 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3; Art Executive Board 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Scholarship Drive 3: Prom Committee 4; Com- mittees I , 2, 3, 4. Paul Anthony Cavanagh 225 Elm Street " I exist as I am — that Is enough. " Cav, we are sure you will make the world a better place to live In when you become a doctor or scientist. Such an easy-going character will never be forgotten. Band I, 2. 3. 4; Camera Club I, 2. 3. 4; German Club 4. 37 —FOURTH PERIOD CHILD CARE Bruce Edward Cerrone 585 M+. Hope Street " A little nonsense Is relished by the best of men. " Bruce, so you want to enter the teaching field. Here ' s hoping you are highly successful and enjoy It because we think you will be a good teacher. Shop Club I; Chess Club 2 ; Fish and Game Club I, 2. Lois Jean Cloutier I 10 Arnold Road " Selfishness is a gift of nature. Un- selfishness is an accomplishment. " Lo, we feel sure you will succeed in everything you attempt If you put the spirit and talent into it that you have put Into your high school years. Teaching is your career. Band I, 2. 3. 4; A Cappella Choir I. 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3; Librarian I, 2. 4: Yearbook Business Manager 4; Red Cap Literary Editor. Douglas Blake Compton Oakridge Avenue " Good pleasure, ease, content, what e’er thy name. " Compy, In life as well as In sports we know you ' ll be successful and op- timistic. An easy-going character and fun spirit are on your side In the business field. Football I. 4; Track I, 2, 3, Gaile Elizabeth Connelly 73 Blrchwood Dr. " Fun to walk with — witty to talk with. " Gaile, your enthusiastic spirit and sunny personality really add to everything you do. As a social worker you will cheer up every- one you meet. Cheerleader 4; A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4; Senior Executive Board 4; Class Treasurer I; Student Council I, 4; Red Cap 1, 2; Basketball 3; Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4; Commit- tees I, 2, 3. 4; Principal Office Worker I, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4. 38 Kathleen Ann Connor 37 Clifton Street " Personality is a sure step to success.” Casey, there isn ' t enough _ room here to tell you all we will re- member about you. Your natural wit and enthusiastic personality are outstanding. Eat and live ever I Yearbook Co-Editor 4; A Cappella Choir 3. 4; Student Council 2, 3, ■4; St. Council Secretary 3; Area Vice-Pres. of Student Council 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Music Festival 3, 4; Spring Concert 3. 4- Driver Education 2; Drama Club 2; Pep Club I, 2, 3; Cake Sale 1; Committees I, 2, 3, 4. Timothy Lee Cooke 62 Bulfinch Street " And where he walked, good times followed. " Cookie, with your talent, you will be a naturally great art teacher. We know you will liven up the art field and bring It to your class in a new and exciting way. Linda Janet Costa I 73 Elm Street " Good nature brings many friends. " Lynn, your quiet exterior is a sharp contrast to your great spirit of intel- ligence and fun that you use so ef- fectively, You have a distinct style we like here at North High. Glee Club I; National Honor Society 3, 4. Walter Davis Daigle 85 Old Post Road " The truest wisdom is a resolute determination. " Walter, you ' re a hard worker and we know you will make a suc- cess of whatever you do. You have many friends here at North High and we wish you a lot of success. David Albert Dargis 61 Brook Street " Patience is a remedy for every problem. " Dave, as a fine engineer you are sure to be wealthy and happy. You will aim high because you have the right personality and talent. Paul Albert Davignon 64 Eddy Street " We iudge ourselves by what we feel capable of doing. " Dav, your ambition to become a draftsman will be fulfilled if you keep working hard. We hope you achieve all you want and never for- get your North High friends. Diane Marie DeBlois Pales Road " A quiet smile leaves a good Im- pression. " Di, you may have a quiet nature but your spirit and natural warmth speaks loudly. As a hairdresser, we know you will enjoy much happiness. Glee Club 2, 3. Jean Anita DeBlois 57 Leonard Street " I am wealthy in my friends. " Jean, your quiet ways only en- hance your charm. You might not lead an international life but you will have a fulfilled and happy one. Glee Club I, 2; Librarian I; Flower Girl 3. 39 Doris Evelyn Delfino Hoppin Hill Ave. " We can do nothing well with- out ioy. " Stubby, don ' t ever lose the abili- ty to smile and see the bright side of things. We wish you all the luck possible for the future. Mansfield High: Gym Club I. 2; Basketball 1, 2; Field Hockey I, 2; Glee Club 1. 2; Softball I. 2. Frank Edward Denier I I Fisher Street " " A man ' s style is nearly as much a part of himself as his tace. " Dinky, we know you will have good luck in any chosen trade or In the service. Keep up your good work and we will watch your progress. Kim Alison DeSalvo 29 Bucklin Street " T’he mildest manners with the bravest heart. " Kim, you may be small In height but not in spirit. Whatever you choose to do. may your success satisfy you as much as your charm has pleased us. Gymnastic Team 4; French Club 4; Basketball 4. Carol Ann Dion 65 Richards Avenue Garrett William DiNardo 128 Commonwealth Ave. " A life without sports is not life. " DiNard. we are sure if you use your football fighting spirit in your life, you will have big suc- cess. As a coach, we are sure you will generate spirit and make many lasting friends. Football I, 2, 3, 4; Baseball I. 2. 3. 4; Yearbook 4. " Good nature and evenness of temper will give you an easy companion for life. " Carol, you have a special quality of quiet charm we at North High like. Your patients will be as glad to have you around as we were. Feehan High: Basketball 1; Softball I; Journalism 1; North High: Intra- murals 2. 3; Guidance Office Work- er 2. Jean Bonnie Donovan 1 2 Stanson Drive " The music that can deepest reach and cure all ill. Is cordial speech. " Bonnie, we feel sure that with your pleasant manners and congeniality you will become a very capable nurse. Good luck from us at North High. King Phillip: Color Guard: Junior Prom Committee; North High: Senior Prom Committee. 40 Timothy Desilets 20 Columbia Street " Virtue and good sense — an agree- able friend. " Tim, we know you will make your own future happy and success- ful. We still wish you the best. John Joseph Doucette Oakridge Avenue " He who can conceal his ioys is greater than he who can hide his griefs. " Duce, you have a witty but also serious personality that makes you very popular here. We hope you can travel all around the world. Latin Club 3. 4; Red Cap 4; Sen- ior Executive Board 4; Track 2, 4; Yearbook 4. Gloria Francie Drainville 548 England Road " A witty woman is a treasure. " Harvey, your talent will enable you to become a leader in the music world. We predict much success and happiness. Intramurals I, 2; Glee Club I, 2. 3: Flower Girl 3; DECA Delegate 4; Spring Concert I, 2; Music Festival I, 2. Donna Marie Dugas 207 N. Washington St. " Fun and seriousness in the right proportions. " Donna, it ' s great to laugh and have fun all the time. But, because you can be serious and sensible, too, you ' ll have the happiest ward in the hospital when you are a nurse. Band 2, 3; Red Cap I, 2, 3; Dance Band 2. 3; Intramurals 2. 3; Year- book 4: Variety Show 3; Committees 2. 3; Principal Office Worker I, 2. 3. Peter Marshall Edwards 2 1 4 Broad Street " Norman can climb out beyond the limitations of his own character. " Spider, your life work lies In be- ing an electrician. We know your efforts will make the future successful and happy. Paul Windsor Estey Bo 1 88 Ellis Rd. " Simplicity of character Is no hindrance to subtlety of intel- lect. " Paul, your ambition is to be a fine engineer. Just keep up the good work and you won ' t fail. Good luck ever! Baskefball I, 3. 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Volley- ball 3; German Club 4. —FIRST PERIOD SEWING 41 John Henry Ferguson 44 Leonard St. " Fame is a vapor, popularity an accident, riches take wings. Only one thing endures — character. " Gus, a serious but " ready for fun " biochemist is Invaluable. You ' re a natural for success — we know you will make it. Band 2. 3; Double Quartet 2, 3; Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Science Fair I, 2. Linda Susan Finn 523 Kelley Blvd. " The day most wholly lost is the one which one does not laugh. " Finney, with your pleasing disposi- tion you will make a wonderful nurse. Bowling I. Frederick Charlwood Fish 24 Crescent Ave. " Life Is a lest and all things show it; I thought so once, but now I know it. " Fred, if there were a prize for being good-natured, you would win it. All who know you wish you success. Fish and Game Club I; Football I. Robert Fitipatrick 34 Kendall St. " Not only to exist, but to amount to something in life. " Fitz, you have been one of our liveliest boys and have brightened up many of our classes. —THIRD PERIOD ART 42 I I t I Susan Jane Foley 386 Smith Street " It is nice to be natural when you are naturally nice. " Sue, you are one of our happy and carefree girls. We know your winning ways will make you suc- cessful in your chosen career. Band I, 2, 3, 4; Acappella 2, 3, A; Glee Club 1; Writing Club 3, 4; Science Fair 1; Senior Editor of Yearbook 4; Intramurals I; Double Quartet 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Spring Concert I, 2, 3, 4; Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4; District Chorus tryouts 3, 4; Student reporter for Journal 3; Variety Show Usher 3; Scholarship Drive 3; Senior Play 4. Dennis Aurele Fortin 12 Quinn Street " That man is best who considers everything for himself. " Denny, although you are very quiet and serious you will some day be a talented artist. You have a friendly way to all. Art Club I, 2; Chess Club I. Ross Harold Galasso 31 Birchwood Drive " Let them call it mischief; when it is past and prospered it will be virtue. " Groovy, your devil-may-care character makes everybody your friend. Some- how, we don ' t think your future in business will be dull or a failure. Sports I, 2, 3, 4; Committees 2, 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3. 4; Ski Club 2, 3; Senior Exec. Board 4; Drama Club 2, 3; V eight Lifting 2, 3, 4; Gym Club 2; Yearbook 4. Karen Ruth Gebhardt 4 Park Lane " I have found you an argument; I am not obliged to find you an understanding. " Karen, your intelligence is no secret and we hope you will en- joy being a mathematician. Gen- erally speaking, she ' s generally speaking. Intramurals I; Drama Club 2; German Club 2; Band I; Math League 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Office Worker 2. 4; Yearbook I, 4. David Thomas Gibbons 5 Ivy Street " By the work, one knows the work- man. " Gibb, you want to be a car- penter and we know you will make a good one. You are care- ful_ about your work and take pride in what you do. We ad- mire you for that. Baseball I, 4; Basketball I, 4; Bowling I. Norma Jean Gourlay 1 65 East Street " Doing easily what others find dif- ficult is talent. " Norma, your many talents and friends are no doubt because of your daring and fun spirit. We know your classes will be the happiest and most pro- ductive when you teach. Drill Team 1, 2; Majorette 3, 4; Year- book (Advertising) Editor; Variety Show 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 3; Honor Society Treasurer 4; Math League 3. Thomas Charles Graham 616 Towne Street " Fortune is not on the side of the faint-hearted. " Tom, your natural talents are sure to make you a success as a fish and wildlife worker. With your personality you have many friends. Fish and Game Club I, 2, 3, 4; Audio- Visual 3; Track 2, 3; Yearbook Pho- tography 4. Carol Hope Gray 605 Old Post Road " Thoughtful, busy, friendly and gay. " Carol, a true and loyal friend who deserves only the best. A very pretty hairdresser. Senior Executive 4; Dance Com- mittees I. 3, 4. 43 Herbert Joseph Gray I 7 I East Street " Perseverance Is a stepping stone to fame. ' ' Herbie, put the effort that you put into talking into your ambi- tion to become an accountant and your future will be great. " Good Lord! " Student Council 2, 3. 4; President 4, Vice President 3; Basketball I 2; Baseball I; Intram urals I, 2, 3; Committees I, 2, 3, 4; Usher for Senior Reception 3. Ronald Edward Gulick 255 Metcalf Rd. " I ' ve always agreed there are two sides to every question; my side — and the wrong side. " Ronnie, you are our wittiest graduate and we don ' t think you will ever lose your sense of humor. In business, we think you will make It big. Class President t; Fish Game Club I, 2; Bowling I, 2; Intramurals 2, 3; Ski Club 3; Gym Club 3; Cake Sale I : Senior Play 4. Anne Elizabeth Hammond I I 9 Anawan Road " Air and manners are more expressive than words. " Anne, your sophisticated air and warm wit will make you a most admired teacher. Your classes will receive more than iust the basic Instruction. Drill Team I, 2; Cheerleader 3. 4; Red Cap I, 2, 3. 4; Student Council 2. 3, 4; Student Council Treasurer 4; Year- book 4; Committees I, 2. 3. 4; Office Worker I. 2. 3. 4; Intramurals. Kenneth Lawrence Hansen 15 Falmouth Street " Speech Is a mirror of the soul; as a man speaks, so Is he. " Ken, we feel sure you will per- form something worthy to be remembered, like discovering sun- ken treasure. Good luck In the future. Senior Executive Board 4; German Club I; Fish Game Club I, 2; 3rd Prize Science Fair I, 2; Com- mittees I, 2, 4; Football I, 3, 4; Baseball I. 3. 4; Basketball I, 3; Track 3; Band I . Jacqueline Jane Healey Cumberland Avenue Geraldine Carole Healy 892 Mendon Road Ernest Paul Hebert Jr. 2 Second Avenue John Robert Higginbotham 921 Lindsey Street " I like the dreams of the future , better than the history of the ' past. " Jackie, although we avoid your camera, you never lose your [ sense of humor. Your math class will be the most rollicking in school. i Glee Club 1. Band I, 2, 3, 4; I Dance Band 2. 3, 4; Acappella 2. 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Honor So- clety 3, 4; Intramural 1-4; Music i Festival I, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 2; State Science Fair 2; Concert Band 1. 2. 3, 4; Math Team 3; . Yearbook — Sports Co-Editor 4; Brass Ensemble I. 2; Office Work- I er I, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 4. I 44 " Charm Is a rare thing and hers de- lights us all. " Gerry, your natural sophistication is what we will remember most about you. We are sure you will make a fine teacher and enjoy every minute of If. Intramurals I, 2, 3. 4; Varsity Basket- ball Soft Bali 3; Color Guard 3, 4; Red Cap 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Literary Editor 4, Senor Ex. Board 4, Choir 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Music Festival 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Office Worker 4. " The secret of success Is constancy of pyrpose. " Ernie, you have been a great class president with your Intelligence and serious attitude. We wish you all the success possible In politics. President 4, Sports Co-Editor 4; Gym Club I, 2; Variety Show 3, 4; Fish Game Club I, 4; Basketball 1, Foot- ball I, Committees I, 2, 3, 4; Stu- dent of Month Feb. 67 3. " The happiest life Is that which constantly exercises and educated i what Is best In us. " Higgle, somehow we know you are ' going to live an exciting life. ' There will never be a dull moment • with you as a movie star. Football 1. 2. 3. 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4; Basketball I, 2; Weightlifting j: I, 2; Art Club I. 2. 3, 4; Art Executive Board I, 2, 3; Gym Club { I, 2. 3; Bowling Club I, 2; Year- j book 4. — DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION— PAD 6 Carol Ann laconis 221 So. Washington St. “A lot of chatter and a bundle of cheer. " Carol, we know you’ll be a very efficient secretary for your ability at North High has insured success in future years. Office Worker I, 2; Glee Club 1; Intramurals 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Pep Club I. Jacqueline Marie lacuzzi 78 Dodge Avenue " To know is nothing at all; to imagine is every thing. " Jack, med. tech, is your ambition and we feel sure you will achieve success. May your future be full of fun and achievement. Cake Sale I. Beverly Ann lafrafe 22 Dodge Avenue " A sincere friend is a joy to the heart. " Bevy, we feel sure that with your originality and great personality you will become a very prosperous hair- dresser. Steven James Isenbarger 99 Mt. Hope Street " What really matters is what happens in us, not to us. " Izzy, you are our most easy going classmate and with your serious attitude we know you will be a success in college. Intramural Basketball I. 2, 3, 4; Track I, 2. 4; J.V. Basketball 2, 3; Fish Game Club 1. 2; Music Review 3; Intramural Football 1, 2; Variety Show 3; Sports Staff Yearbook 4. L 45 -:»ij _ 3 - —LUNCH Michael Jackson 281 No. Washington St. ' ln what he leaves unsaid 1 dis- cover a master of style. " Mike, a newcomer to NAHS in your senior year, you have gained many friends. As an artist we know you will display the in- genuity and sensitivity we will re- member about you. Donna Mae Johnson 96 Roosevelt Ave. " Who has not flirted a little? " Donna your capabilities and qualifica- tions to be a secretary are obvious. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we have enjoyed knowing you. Science Fair I. 2; Cake Sale I; Ger- man Club 2; Driver Ed 3; Pep Club 2 . Karen Ann Johnson I 1 8 Division St. " Her kindness of heart Is shown In her deeds. " Karen, your talent Is an asset to the flute section. Your certain quiet charm and ability will make you a valued secretary. Glee Club 1, 2; Intramurals I, 2. 3, 4; Band I. 2, 3, 4; Concert Band I, 2. 3, 4; Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4; Soft- ball Team 3; Variety Show 3; Science Club 2, 3; Brass Ensemble I, 2; Sports Staff and Underclassmen Staff Year- book 4. Robert Russell Johnson 192 Towne Street " No wealth Is like a quiet mind. " Froggy, you are easy to get along with and fun to know. With your further study we hope you will enjoy much success as a historian. Fish Game Club I; Intramural Football I. 46 " They who have light Jn them- selves will not ' -volve as sat- ellites. " Syl, as co-editor of our yearbook we see a successful future ahead in all you attempt. We will re- member congenial ways and in- telligence. Intramurals I, 2. 3. 4; Varsity Bas- ketball 3, 4; Red Cap I, 2, 3; Yearbook Co-Editor 4; A Capella Choir 2, 3, 4; Band I, 2, 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Music Festival 2, 3, 4; Varsity Softball 3; Election Commission 3; Captain Varsity Basketball 4. " Manners must adorn knowledge and smooth its way through the world. " Penny, your excellent taste and neat- ness will make you as natural as a fashion coordina+ or. We wish you the best of luck. " Never works, never worries, seldom flunks, and never hurries. " Phil, your ambition Is to be a wrtier and we think you will make it big. You have a lot of Imagina- tion and knowledge of history which combined will be a help. Chess Club I, 2; Writer ' s Guild 2, 3; Track Team 2. 3; Math League 3. " He who seizes the right moment Is the right man. " Walter, we hope you get every- thing out of life you want. Some- how, we think you will, plus more. Good luck always. Gail Marie Kivlin 188 Park Street Robert David Kieltyka 64 Fisher Street " Simplicity of character is the natural result of a profound thought. " Bob, your easygoing nature and calm air will be valuable when you are In foreign relations we are sure. You will make progress in foreign relations for the United States. Intramural Basketball 2. 4; Foot- ball 3: Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Gym Club 2. " Ornament of a meek and quiet spirit. " Gail, there can never be enough good secretaries and we are sure you will be one. Do not lose your quiet ways and pleasant smile. Freshman Basketball I; Glee Club I, 2, 3: Student Librarian I, 2. 3; A Capella Choir 3; Pep Club 2; Dance Com- mittee 3. Kathleen Mary Konieczny 7 Robinson Avenue " Perfection is made up of trifles, but perfection is no trifle. " Kathie, a good secretary needs more than iust typing ability and we are sure you have what it takes. Good luck in everything that you do. Glee Club I. 2; Cake Sale 1; Pep Club I. 2; Red Cap 2, 3; Committees I, 2; Intramurals I; Office Worker 2, 3; Usher at Variety Show 2. Richard James LaFratta 456 North Washington Street " He came, he learned, he con- quered. " Dick, with your Interest in sports and your knowledge of them we know you will enioy an active fu- ture. We wish you a great deal of success. Intramural Basketball 2. 3, 4; In- tramural Football 3: Gym Club 2 Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 4. 47 Maureen Leary I 53 Towne Street " Those who bring sunshine to others cannot keep it from themselves. " Moe, may you always be happy trying to achieve your ambition to make the world a better place to live in. A Cappella- Choir 2; Intramurals I, 2; Glee Club I; Red Cap !, 2, 3. Eugene Victor Leco 380 South Washington Street, " I trust everyone but I always cj the cards. " Euge, we know your future will i exciting and unique. We will 1 ways remember your devil-mc care character and daring spirit. Basketball 1; Baseball i; Golf_ 3, 4; Track I; Intramural Bowli 2; Intr. Basketball I, 2. 3; In Softball I. 2; Intramural Volleyb I. 2. 3. 4; Cake Sale 1; St. Pa Dance. Basketball Concessic ' Dance Committees: United Fu Drive 3; Scholarship Drive I, 3. 4. Sandra Lee Laliberte 2781 2 Chestnut Street " A merry heart that laughs with all. " Sandy, because your ambition is to be a secretary, so be it. We know you will be successful in anything you attempt because your attitude is good. Glee Club 2, 3. can deepest ill, is cordial Suzanne Rose Laramee 126 East Street " The music that reach, and cure all speech. " Sue. it is certain that your life ' s work will be successful and happy during every minute of it. Glee Club I, 2, 3; German Club 1 : Red Cap 4. Jane Susan LaMontagne 1 5 Towne Street " Silence is one great art of con- versation. ' ' Sue, In your future as a hairdresser we know you will continue making friends and enjoying your career. Glee Club I. 2. 3, 4. 35 Bernice Rd. " There is an answer for everything and there Is no end until one is sought. " Dye, living for the future, as you do, you don ' t have to fear the past. We know you will aim high and be a success in whatever you do. Dianna Rita Larosee Paul Richard Landry 432 Kelley Boulevard Julie Ann LaPerche 1 22 Fisher Street " Not by years, but by disposition Is wisdom acquired. " " The difficulty choice. " Paul, we will always remember you for skill in sports and your ready wit. Good luck to you in the future especially in business administration. Julie, if you keep trying with a doubt you will succeed, h your future hold all the thi ' of which you have dreamed. Weightlifting I, 2 , 3, 4; Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 3: Intramural Softball I, 2; United Fund Drive. j;hard Joseph LeCompte 3 Park Street • fl you can ' t take part in a sport, one anyway. " .h, we fell sure you will succeed anything you attempt if you ' i t the spirit into it that you ' ve it into football. otball I, 2. 3, 4; Basketball I; jjlf I, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Bowling Co-Ed. Volleyball 3, 4. Rita Margaret L ' Herault 4 Dean Court " A little bit of seriousness mixed with a dash of fun. " Rita, with your great personality and many friends we know you ' ll get many rewards in life and have a lot of fun. Intramurals I, 3; Variety Show I, 2, 4; Drama Club I; Guidance Office Worker I, 2, 3. Patricia Ellen Libby 49 Linden Street " Calmness is a great advantage. " Pat, your own characteristic charm will always be remembered at North High. We know you will make many lasting friends in the future and be happy. Jeffrey David Livingston 53 Bucklin Street " By a tranquil mind 1 mean no- thing else than a mind well ordered. " Jeff, you were a great track captain and we won ' t forgef it. With your congeniality and fun ways you are bound to have a happy and successful future. Football I, 4; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Track Captain I, 2, 3, 4; French Club 4; Prom Committee 4. —THIRD PERIOD ENGLISH 49 Linda Carol Locke Metcalf C Ircle Heather Ann Lowe 462 Smith Street “Nothing is as contagious as en- thusiasm. " Linda, your daring spirit and love of fun will lead you to an exciting future. We know you can achieve your aim to drive all over the country. Senior Play 4; Scholarship Drive I, 2. “She has a peculiar talent for pro- ducing effect in whatever she says or does. " Heath, we feel sure you will perform something worthy to be remembered. North High will never forget you. Red Cap I, 2, 3, 4; ' Yearbook 4; Intramurals I, 2; Band I, 2, 3; A Capella 2, 3; Library 2, 3. William Lester Lowe 807 Mendon Rd. “Examine what is said, not him who speaks. " Bill, of course you will attain your modest wish to graduate. With your wit and great personality, we predict a full life, interesting and varied as yourself. Football I, 2; Baseball I, 2, 3, 4; In- tramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Dance Com- mittees. Sheila May Lund 1 97 Mt. Hope St. “Quiet, well conducted, but al- ways ready for fun. " She possesses a striking individ- uality we all desire. Your success as a model will be great. Scholarship Drive 2; Drama Club 3. —FOURTH PERIOD MECHANICAL DRAWING 50 Simone Jeannette Lussier 801 Mendon Rd. " Serious or gay, whichever it may be. " Sam, the Honor Society thanks you for your chickens and unique charm. We are sure you will be a very efficient and valued sec- retary. Guidance Office Worker I, 2; Drill Team 3; Maiorette 4; Gle e Club I. 2, 3; A Capella 2, 3; Honor Society 3, 4. Charles Phillip Martin 7 Cross St. " Beware, I may yet be greatl " Charlie, although you may think life will be " too big " for you, we do not agree because you are really a " good guy " and we know there is a place for you. Fish and Game Club 2. Joyce Ann Lykus 41 Lafayette St. " It is not enough to do good; one must do it the right way. " • Joyce, your consideration _ of others gives you a happy and friendly per- sonality. We know that you will enjoy teaching French. Bowling I, 2; Badminton I, 2; Office Worker 2, 4; Red Cap 2, 3, 4; Year- book advertising Staff 4; Scholarship Drive I. 3. Patricia Mary Lynch 87 High Street " The learned understand the reason of art; the unlearned feel the pleas- ure. " Pat, your sincere and pleasant ways prove your sensibility and Intelligence are genuine. You will make a happy and successful artist. Spanish Club 2; Dramatics Club 3; Art Festival 3; Junior Prom Chairman 3; Intramurals 2; Play 2; Yearbook Art Editor 4; Student Council 4; Senior Executive Board 4. Maureen Ann McCarthy I 1 Roosevelt Ave. " As merry as the day Is long. " Maureen, with your personality you will go a long way in life. Such a natural wit and likabillty is your dedi- cation. Color Guard 4; Drill Team 3; Intra- murals I, 2; Scholarship Drive I, 2, 3; Dance Committee 2, 3; Office Worker I, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Advertising Co- Editor 4. Everett Joseph McConnell, Jr. 150 Elmwood St. " A man he seems of cheerful yester- days and confident tomorrows. " Joe, you are a capable football cap- tain and liked by all. As a teacher and coach you will enjoy much success and lasting friendships. Football I, 2. 3, Captain 4; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Track I, 2, 3, 4; Intramu- ral Volleyball 2, 3, 4. Marsha June MacNelll 75 Hoppin Hill Avenue " In character, manners and style the supreme excellence is individ- uality. " Marsh, as our head majorette, you have been admired for spirit and talent. Drum Majorette 4; Drill Team I, 2, Head 3; Red Cap I, 2, 3; In- tramurals I, 2; Office Worker I, 2, 3; Honor Society 3, Vice Presi- dent 4; A Cappella 2, 3, 4; Fu- ture Teachers ' Club 4; Yearbook Underclassmen and Faculty Edi- tor; Committees I, 2, 3, 4. Stephen Alan Messier 35 Mt. Vernon Ave. " Sober but not serious, quiet but not idle. " Mess, such a serious attitude is admired by everyone. Your success will be the result of your ca- pability. Football I, 2, 3, 4; Baseball I, 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Fish and Game Club I, 2, Pres. 3, 4; Sen- ior Executive Board 4; Driver Ed- ucation 3; Scholarship Drive 2, 3. 4. 51 John Edward Miller I 1 2 Grove Street Doreen Marie Norberg 2 Prospect Street " It matters not what you are thought to be, but what you are. " Flash, no matter what you do. you succeed. And, your imagina- tion, wit, and intelligence will all eventually lead you to a very important position. Camera Club I, 2, 3, 4; Year- book Photography Staff 4; Band I, 2, 3, 4; Driver Education 2; Fish Game Club I, 2; Science Fair I; Honor Society 3, 4. " A girl who loves life and living itself. " Doreen, just looking at you we can tell that you are living, loving, laugh- ing and happy. Get into training and win that heavyweight title! Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Red ' Cap I, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2; Guidance Office Worker 4; Principal Office Worker 3; Yearbook 4; Drama Club 2; Cake Sale I; Committees I, 2, 3, 4. Paul Frederick Norton 266 Park Street " Whatever he did was done with ease. " Paul, your strong, silent nature has won you many friends. Intelligence and wit will be factors of your success in all that you do. Freshman Football 1; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Track 1 , 2, 3, 4. George Everett Noyes 284 Old Post Rd. " 1 know what I can know and am not worried about what cannot know. " George, every year your per- sonality Is the greatest. In your future in political science there will be much happiness and success for you. Football 1; Baseball I, 2, 3, 4; Math League 3; Science Club I, 2, 3, 4; Senior Executive Board 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. Linda Marie Ogni 148 Crescent Avenue " The true effect of genuine polite- ness seems to be ease rather than pleasure. " Lynn, because you aimed high, you made a success of your high school life. As a nurse, you won ' t need a crutch. Drill Team 2; Majorette 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Red Cap 2, 3, 4; Librarian I, 2, 3. 4; Pep Club 2; Drama Club 2; In- tramurals I, 2; Variety Show Usher I. 2, 3; Senior Play 4; Prom Committee 4; Senior Executive Board 4; Scholarship Drive I, 2; Cake Sale I; Spring Concert 2, 3. 4; Music Festival 2, 3, 4; Year- book Photography Editor 4. Roland Lucien Ouimet, Jr. Timothy William Park Douglas Clarke Paton 73 Peterson Street 43 School Street 1 9 Metcalf Circle " Most powerful is he who has him- self in his own power. " " The force of his own merits makes his own way. " " The world is no better 1 hurry. " • we Rollie, if you are as successful in your chosen career as you have been in sports, your future will be happy and full of achievement. Parksy, your ambition to be a writer is admirable. Your understanding of others and desire to learn will be on your side. Doug, your Individuality and sen- sitivity will make you a success as an author. We wish you much acclaim and happiness. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Weight Lifting 2. Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1. Football 1. 2, 3. 4; Track 3, 4; Basketball 2. 1, 2, V C I I i 52 —PROBLEM ANALYSIS Kathy Paton 100 Birchwood Drive " Persuasive speech and more per- suasive sighs, silence that spoke and eloquence of eyes. " Kath, your charm and warmth has made you very popular. In the retailing business, we are confident you will be liked and admired by all. Class Treasurer 2. 3; Cake Sale I: Red Cap I; Ski Club 2; Intra- murals I: Guidance Office Work- er 2, 3, 4; Principal Office Worker I: Yearbook 4; Senior Play 4; Variety Show 3; Scholarship Drive I, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 4; Committees I, 2, 3. 4. Marcia Ruth Pepper 38 Reservoir Street " Life is nothing without your friend- ship. " Marcy, we know you will aim high and so your success In your chosen career Is assured. Keep that vi- brant personality and spirit. Intramurals I; Art Club 2; Drama Club 2: Cake Sale 1; Driver Educa- tion 3. Lynda Jo Peterson 87 Anawan Road " It is a world of style and pos- sibilities. " Lynne, we feel sure that you will succeed in everything you attempt If you put the pep into it that you have put Into cheering. Good luck. Cheerleader 3. 4; Student Council 2, 3; A Cappeila Choir 3; Red Cap 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Ski Club 2, 3; Latin Club 3. 4; Guidance Office Worker 3, 4; Principal Office Worker 3; Stu- dent Council Exchange Student 3; Committees 2. 3, 4. Nancy Ann Philibert 230 Fisher Street " A fair exterior Is a silent rec- ommendation. " Nancy, perhaps we will be flying across the country with you as an airline hostess. Your warmth and congeniality natural. make you a Intramurals 1; Pep Club 1; Cake Sale 1; Principal Office Worker 2: Yearbook 4; Driver Educa- tion 3; Scholarship Drive 2. 53 —A TYPICAL SCENE Donna Marie Richards IS High Street " A little mischief relieves the monotony.” Witch, you have a daring and exciting personality. Your capa- bilities in the retailing business will be evident. Pep Club 3; Art Club I, 2; Chess Club I, 2; Intramurals I, 2, 3. Kenneth James Richards 59 1 -B May Street " Man ' s reach must exceed his grasp or what is a Heaven for?” Ken, we know because of your quiet nature but catchy personality you will lead a good enviable and in- teresting life. Patricia Danielle Rondeau 881 S. Washington " There is likewise a reward for eloquent silence.” Pat, your likeable personality ai ability to get along with others will help you as an airline hostess. We wish you all the luck possible. Robert Bruce Ross 102 High Street " A learned man has always riches in himself.” Rob, we are sure you will suc- ceed in college and will enter some field in which you can excel. We will remember your friendly and witty nature. Football I, 2, 3; Baseball I; In- tramurals 2; Variety Show 3; Com- mittees 2. 54 MJSLL Deborah Anne Rousseau 142 North Washington Street " Gentle of speech, beneficient of mind. " Debby, your congeniality and like- able personality will get many customers for you as a hair- dresser. Don ' t ever change! Intramurals I. Patricia Caroline Roy England Road " A cheerful heart makes a cheerful countenance.” Pat, as you settle down and make someone happy, we are sure your life won ' t be dull or tiresome. Glee Club 2; Intramurals I. Suzanne Louise Ruel 14 Avery Street " Our opportunities to do good are our talents. " Sue, you have been one of our liveliest and most spirited classmates. Your winning ways will help you make good In whatever you choose to do in the future. We know you will. Cake Sale I; Science Fair I; Drill Team 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Music Festival 2; Spring Con- cert 2; Red Cap 3; Yearbook 4 ; Schol- arship Drive 2, 3; Drama Club 2; Variety Show I, 2, 3. 4; Intramurals: Committees I, 2. 3, 4. Rose Marie Ryng 55 Peck Street " And more than wisdom, more than wealth, a merry heart that laughs at care. " Rose, your fun spirit and pleasant nature will make a perfect home for someone. We hope your future is full of happiness. Albert Joseph St. Jean I 9 i East Street " Let knowledge grow from more to more. " Al, no matter what you do in the future, we hope you have fun and success. You have been generous with time and talent and deserve the best. Freshman Football I; Variety Show 2; Art Show 2; Art Club I; Senior Play 4. Deborah Elizabeth Sandland 41 Birch Road " What we learned with pleasure we never forget. " Debbie, with your personality you’ll go a long way In life. We hope your dreams will come true and give you all you want. Glee Club 1; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. Thomas Edwin Sanford 4 Sumner Street " The wise carry their knowledge as they do their watches, not for dis- play but for their own use. " Tom, your superb intelligence is not a bore to others and we appreciate this. V e know you will be a great success in life, Tom. Band 2, 3, 4; Math League 3; Honor Society 3, 4. A. Cheryl Lee Sauerlinder 69 Peck Street " We ' re not put on earth to see through one another, but to see one another through. " Cheryl, you will always be our friend. Your personality Is great and we wish you success. Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair I, 2; Cake Sale 1; Prom Committee 4; Art Club 2. 55 Raymond Walter Scanlon 67 Reed Avenue " What others say of me matters little, what I say and do myself matters much ' Ray, on top of being the smartest boy you are one of our nicest. Your many talents will help you lead a very successful and proud life. We know you will make it, Ray. Band 2. 3. 4; Camera Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Red Cap I. 2, 3; Yearbook 4: Honor Society. Robert Edward Seymour 58 Roland Baxter Rd. " The cheerful man is a king. Bob. we will always remember you smiling. Your great personality is abilities that will all help you be- come a fine engineer. Freshman Basketball I; Chess Club 2; Intramurals 3. Karen Louise Slade 212 Arnold Road " Full of fun and mischief too, doing things she shouldn ' t do. " Karen, you are a girl with a sweet disposition, a pleasing personality and a winning smile. Good luck In your teaching career. Drill Team I, 2; Music Festival I, 2; Spring Concert I, 2; Glee Club I. 2: Intramurals I, 2. 3, 4; Pep Club 2; Variety Show 3, 4; German Club 2. 4; Guidance Office Worker 2; Committees 2. 3, 4. Douglas Bruce Smith 41 Oakcrest Drive " He that has patience may com- pass anything. " Doug, you are a friendly fellow with a great sense of humor. Your pleasing attitude is ever welcome wherever you go. Basketball I, 2; Baseball I, 2, 3. Kevin Joseph Smith 458 Kelley Blvd. " Individuality Is to be preserved and respected everywhere, as the root of everything good. " Smitty, you are our best dressed boy, good natured and liked by all. There will be success for you in business. Scott Cleveland Smith 51 Sutherland Rd. " A man ' s own character Is the arbi- ter of his fortune. " Scot, you have been an active leader In the affairs of our class. Your personality is great and your all- round ability and sincerity will not be forgotten. Football I, 2. 3, 4; Baseball I, 2; Ski Club 2; President of Class 2. 3; Senior Play 4: Variety Show 3, 4; Committees I. 2, 3. 4. Edward Sandland 41 Birch Road " Since we cannot get what we like, let us like what we can get. " Ed, with four years of high school behind you we are sure you won ' t stop progressing. We predict a happy and fulfilled life for you. Kenneth Martin Snedeker 27 Tennant Circle " For man is man and master of his fate. " Ken, you have been one of our most easygoing and likeable classmates. We have big hopes for you as a teacher. Audio-Visual Club I: Fish Game Club I; Track I; Drama Club 2; Art Festival 2, 3. 56 Sharon Sroka 565 Broadway Gail Marie Sousa 138 Hawthorne St. Vincent Emilio Soldani Raymond Hall Dr. Stephen Stanley Sroka 565 Broadway " We know what we are. but not what we may be. " Steve, you are a happy student and liked by all who know you. We know you will be a success in whatever you undertake. Bowling I, 2. " Politeness is natural to delicate natures. " Sharon. your likeable personality gains many friends for you and will always be a pleasant memory to your classmates. Good luck in the future. " The secret of happiness is. some- thing to do. " Gail, you have been a friendly class- mate and a friend to all of us. We wish you all the luck in the world for the future. Soliclter for Yearbook 4. " Life is like your trumpet. If you don ' t put anything into it, you won ' t get anything out of it, " Vin, your hip personality and wit have made a unique place for you at North High, You are a most unforgettable character. Band I, 2, 3; Dance Band I, 2, 3; Red Cap I, 2, 3; Variety Show MC 3; Spring Concert I, 2, 3; Music Festival I, 2, 3; Prom Com- mittee 4, 3. Intramurals I. Stephen John Stack 68 Commonwealth Ave. " Limited In his nature. Infinite In his desires. " Page Lina Stierli 262 Kelley Blvd. " Endowed with a quality of reason, ability, and poise. " Cheryl Anne Swenson 234 Commonwealth Ave. " A cute girl with fair hair and a personality beyond compare. " Jurrinus TenBrinke 88 Jefferson St, " Every man Is, or hopes to be, an Individual. " Stacky. you are one of our most liked boys. Your contribution to our sports and untiring efforts will be greatly missed. Football I, 2. 3, 4; Basketball I, 2. 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4. Page, your natural charm and con- geniality Is admired by all at North High. As a nurse, we are sure you will be a pleasure to have around the hospital. Banner Carrier I; Drill Team 2; Maj- orette 3; Lieutenant 4; Spring Con- cert I, 2. 3, 4; Music Festival I, 2. 3, 4; Secretary of Class 2, 3, 4; Red Cap 2. 3; Principal Office Worker 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Editor; Cake Sale 2; Variety Show 3; Glee Club 3; Com- mittees I. 2, 3, 4. Che, you possess two fine attributes for a nurse — cheerful friendliness and a warm smile for everyone. En- joy your profession! Intramurals I, 2, 3. 4; Yearbook 3. 4; Cake Sale 2; Driver Education 3; Committees 2, 3, 4. Jerry, you are a star trackman, always a good sport with a modest personality that has won many lasting friends for you here at North High. Track 1. 2, 3, 4. 58 Karen Ann Tharl 434 Kelley Blvd. Robert Francis Theroux I Alicia Street Richard Wayne Thomas Box 589 May St. Cheryl Anne Troy 14 Gould St. " Her thoughts, her emotions create an aura of Individuality. " " It is the mind that makes the body rich. " " We never know how high we are until we are called to rise. " " And feel that I am happier than I know. " Karen, your personality has ac- quired much popularity for you and we can ' t begin to tell what we will remember most about you and your prominence in our activities and sports. Vice-Pres. of Class I, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1; Red Cap I, 2. 3, 4; Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4; Science Fair I, 2; Drill Team 2; Spring Concert 2; Music Festi- val 2: Cheerleader 3, 4; Variety Show 2, 3; Principal Office Work- er I. 2, 3, 4; Pep Club I. 2. 3. 4; Ski Club 2 ; Yearbook 4; Student Government Day Representative 4; Editor in Chief of Red Cap 4. Bob. you are looking forward to a career in commercial art. Your art contributions have been greatly ad- mired by us. Everyone knows what a success you will be. Art Club I. 2. 3; Intramurals I, 2; Art Executive Board 3; Driver Edu- cation 2; Gym Club 1, 2; Red Cap 4. Rich, you will be remembered for your humor and friendly ways as well as achiev ement. As an architect, we are sure you will reach great heights. Band I, 2, 3, 4; Math League 3; Camera Club I; Science Club 3; Honor Society 3, 4; President of Honor Society 4, Janet Kealm Tuttle Elaine Victoria Verge Michael Alan Vigorlto Shreel, you have a great com- bination of personality, popularity, and pleasing manners. You are one of our most popular class- mates. Yearbook 4; Intramurals 2; Cake Sale 2; Driver Education 3; Com- mittees 2, 3. John Walden 28 Old Post Rd. 61 Oakhurst St. 42 Crescent Ave. 23 Brandon St. " Let me live In a house by the side of the road and be a friend to man. " Janet, you have passed four quiet years with us but we will re- member your wit and smile. You will make a fine secretary. Red Cap 2; Yearbook 4; Band I. 2. " What sweet delight a quiet life affords. " Elaine, you have been one of our girls; a loyal friend and classmate. We feel sure of your success as a secretary. Intramurals I, 2; Science Fair 1; Driver Education 3; Pep Club 2. " You can always quit and fail. It takes courage to stick and win. " Mike, you have a great sense of humor and will never run out of material. Whether chemistry or bloj- ogy. It’s certain you will make it big. Fish Game Club I; German Club I; Science Fair I, 2. 3; Track_ I, 2, 3, 4; Weight lifting 2; Variety Show 3; Spring Concert 3; Class Treasurer 4. " No man is happy who does not think himself so. " Wally, you are looking forward to becoming a businessman. With your fine spirit of cooperation and team effort, we know your goal will be reached. Golf I, 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Senior Executive Board 4; Prom Committee 4; German Club I; Committees I, 2, 3, 4. 59 Roger Bradford Washburn 249 High Street " To know how to wait is the great secret of success. " Brad, your ambition is to go to California and we hope you will make it. You have the ability to do whatever you want and we know that there is success ahead for you. Track 2. Helen Violet Wheeler I I Howard Ave. " The mildest manners and the gentlest heart. " Helen, you intend to become an Interpreter. You will make a great one with your pleasing ways and abilities. We are sure you will be a very capable one. Intramurals I, 2; Pep Club l._ 2; Color Guard 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Driver Education 3; Senior Executive Board 4. Ellen Marie Williams 2 Falmouth St. " An effort made tor the happiness of others lifts above oneself. " Ellen, you want to be a designer and with your good taste and cleverness, we know you are sure to be a success. Art Club 3, 4; Drill Team 2; Year- book 4; Latin Club 3, 4. Gerard Clinton Wordell 9 Robinwood Rd. " You believe easily what you hope for earnestly. " Ger, you are one of our best blushers, and a lot of tun, too. We know you will be well pre- pared tor whatever profession you choose. Track I; Basketball 2, 3; Golf 2, 3, 4. 60 STATISTICS - CLASS OF ‘68’ SENIOR YEAR OFFICERS: Ernest Hebert, President Karen Tharl, Vice-President Page Stierll, Secretary Michael Vigorito, Treasurer ACTIVITIES: Football Victory Dances Senior Play " Mousetrap " March 29 and 30, 1968 Christmas Dance Senior Prom, January 27, 1968, " Winterland by Night " Graduation: June 6, 1968 JUNIOR YEAR OFFICERS: Scott Smith, President Karen Tharl, Vice-President Page Stierll, Secretary Kathy Paton, Treasurer ACTIVITIES: Basketball Sadie Hawkins Dance Alumni Dance Variety Show " Backstage " May 19, 1967 Junior Prom, " Claire de Lune " April 14, 1967 SOPHOMORE YEAR FRESHMAN YEAR OFFICERS: Scott Smith, President Karen Tharl, Vice-President Page Stierll, Secretary Kathy Paton, Treasurer ACTIVITIES: Faculty Game St. Patrick ' s Day Dance OFFICERS: Ronald Gulick, President Karen Tharl, Vice-President Karen Andrews, Secretary Gaile Connelly, Treasurer ACTIVITIES: Freshman Cake Sale 61 MOST POPULAR: Karen and Steve MOST CONTRIBUTING: Pat and John CLASS FLIRT: Midge and Dave BEST LOOKING: Galle and Joe super: BEST ALL AROUND: Karen and Rich ATIVES MOST TALKATIVE: Karen and Ross MOST BASHFUL: Sherri and Paul SMOOTHEST: Anne and Rollie 63 MOST TYPICAL: Dottie and 0eorge LIVELIEST: Sue and Doug SUPE MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED; Marsha and John MOST AMBITIOUS: Kathy and Ernie lATIVES MOST CONGENIAL: Nancy and Paul BEST DRESSED: Kathy and Kevin If 65 MOST SPIRITED: Ernie NEATEST: Cheryl and Ken SMARTEST: Caryn and Ray SUPER J 66 CUTEST: Joe I MOST ATHLETIC; Syl and Gary L AT IVES BEST DANCERS: Rita and Ken WITTIEST: Donna and Ron MOST DEPENDABLE: Page and Mike BACKSTAGE ' We ' d like to welcome you to our show . . . " Hi, Mom.” Scott, Joel and . . . Eva?? 68 On Friday evening, May 19, 1967, the class of ' 68 present- ed its variety show entitled " Backstage " . Thanks to the hard work of the participants and the support of friends, relatives and Mr. B., the show proved to be quite a success. How did she get In here?” Our M.C., VIn SoldanI That Famous Beautician, Zelda ZIt Mon DIeu!! ' Dr. Healey and victim CLAIR DE LUNE OUR JUNIOR PROM APRIL 14, 1967 SHERATON-BILTMORE HOTEL MISS GAILE CONNELLY, QUEEN 70 The Queen and her court: I. to r. Nancy Caron, Karen Tharl, Kathy Paton, Gaile Connelly, Lynne Peterson, Dorothy Adams, and Anne Hammond. 71 The court: NANCY PHILIBERT, KATHY PATON, MADELYN ANDERSON, DOR- OTHY ADAMS, KAREN, GAILLE CONNELLY, ANN HAMMOND, NANCY CARON AND KAREN SLADE. 72 Unhi ' rrl 3n tlenre 3 mii t ' t ' 3 mu 5t nnt epccik a jFnr rhtlbren nui t be ! take m t . . . Umrit, nnt hoar it. M. ill. Bollamif 75 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS CHRISTINA LEWIS LAURIN MARX , MR. OLIVIER MRS. LALIBERTE CAROLE CHILDS WAYNE WHATMOUCH ROOM 209 1st row, 1. to r.: E. Beety, G. Barth, L. Appleby, N. Barrett, K. Bergevine, C. Brown, E. Bernier, D. Audalr. 2nd row: S. Burns, R. Barber, A. Bedard, E. Balter, D. Blalsdell, E. Bedard, K. Beauchalne, D. Bierly, J. Blodgett. 3rd row: E. Blais, E. Blodgett, D. Brown, J. Battersby, M. Bennett, R. Anderson, A. Berard. ROOM 212 Ist row, I. to r.: E. McNamara, E. Maione, D. Mooney, G. Miner, K. Marsella, S. Murchy, D. Merigold, S. Little. 2nd row: D. Lynch, M. McDermott, H. Lomas, B. Diamond, L. Marx, D. Miller, C. Moore, S. Miramont, K. Mooney, R. Croteau, R. Lund, R. Melanson, J. McNally. 3rd row: J. McManus, D. Messier, J. Newberry, M. Lockwood, D. McElwee, J. Noyes, E. Lilja, C. Lewis, J. McMahon, G. Lincoln, A. Manson, J. Nelson. 77 ROOM 210 1st row, I. to r.: S. Carpenter, A. Ch arlebois, P. Cronin, C. Conrad, K. Cerrone, S. Crossley, D. Carr, J. Cavanaugh. 2nel row: R. Dolley, D. Doltle, J. Chabot, D. Deware, C. Childs, D. Dawes, M. Doucette, K. Devlin, H. Doucette, L. Carlson, T. Cooke, B. Dalrymple. 3rd row: J. Connolly, E. Clavette, R. Cooper, R. Dennen, D. Carlson, J. Carley, R. Christianson, T. Dunn, J. Cavanaugh. ROOM 211 1st row, I. to r.: C. Hammond, S. Guise, F. Jette, N. Fontaine, D. Dennis, J. Janssen, S. Hall. 2nd row: F Hirsch, P. Jette, N. Godin, J. Fonteneau, C. Hillman, D. Horman, D. Geraughty, R. Frazier, R. Cloutier, G. Harmon, J. Frietas, R. Hastle, K. Gibson, E. Gulmond. 3rd row: P. Fontaine, A. Gardner, L. Frazier, R. Essen, R. Fortin, C. Graass, B. Grzenda, R. Fitzpatrick, R. Godin, E. Hirsch, C. Gillespie. 78 ROOM 213 ist row, I. to r.: F. Keniston, L. Kenney, H. Johnstone, M. Juusola, L. Lavery, D. Langille, M. Johnson, S. Kydd. 2nd row: R. Landry, R. Johnston, L. Lapre, L. Kirylo, J. Korman, L. Kinzie, N. Lacasse. 3rd row: D. Knowles, S. Jordan, J. Lang, T. Kohler. ROOM 214 1st row, I. to r.: D. Poirier, N. Riley, J. Samson, P. O ' Neill, P. Rennick, S. Pariseau, P. Riemersma, A. Quilitzch. 2nd row: M. Sarazin, S. Roberts, N. Riendeau, F. Simpson, P. Rose, C. Riley, L. Panchuk, G. Reynolds, L. Peterson, R. Sacco, F. Quil- itzch. 3rd row: D. Vandette, T. Reed, K. Riel, D. Rioux, C. Sandland, C. Sauerlinder, R. Ripley, M. Phipps, R. Paulousky, D. Poirier, M. O ' Connor. I 79 ROOM 201 Isf row, I. to r.: S. Sutherland, C. Thimot, D. Woloshyn, D. Valley, E. Webber, L. Tourigny, P. Smith, C. Wall. 2nd row: D. Tucker, R. Turcotte, L. Ward, B. Stewart, D. Wills, 0. Warren, M. Tanner, D. Weston, S. Senechal. 3rd row: J. Vigorito, S, Sullivan, W. Whatmough, F. Webb, B. Thompson, D. Scanlon, A. Zelinski. 80 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS I MARGO PENSAVALLE CAROLYN SLOWE MRS. SAWYER SARA REYNOLDS MR. CASTELLO THOMPSON SMITH 81 ROOM 9 1st row, I. to r.: R. CalcagnI, B. Boardman, K. Butterworth, B. Cantello, M. Brennan, L. Boyd, P. Beland, B. Brown. 2nd row: Z. Baker, S. Andrews, C. Bellavance, D. Baldwin, J. Bergen, J. CalcagnI, J. Arns, P. Casey, M. Battersby, T. Cavanaugh. 3rd row: G. Cash, S. Brady, B. Barber, L. Babbitt, R Cambridge, R. Carr, S. Banks, G. Caldwell, R. Benker, J. Berg, W. Budjlnskl, J. Brown. % A ' 1 i ' 1 ROOM 4 1st row, I. to r.: D. Cobb, J. Chabot, D. Chace, M. DeBloIs, P. Cloutier, J. Donovan, B. Costa, D. Cosgray. 2nd row: W. Chaplow, J. Currier, C. Courchesne, S. Cerreto, L. Drainville, B. ChelottI, J. Delaurler. 3rd row: J. DanesI, R. Dalton, G. Bouchard, R. Doucette, S. Cook, R. Chretien, G. Burtchell, S. Clairmont, J. Coffey, S. Cleveland. 82 ROOM I 1st row, I. to r.: J. Gourlay, C. Praise, S. Harlow, D. Hamilton, S. Field, P. 2nd row: E. Goulet, B. Fong, B. Hartman, D. Evans, T. Godin, M. Gray, B. England. 3rd D. Estey, R. Estrella, J. Fish. Grimaldi, D. Fitzgibbons, row: M. Gould, E. Glode, M. Estey. M. Fenton, ROOM 205 1st row, I. to r.: ' L. Jordan, 0. Larson, K. Lantelgne, D. Langlois, J. Jacques, C. LaRochelle, 0. Langille, L. Lemieux. 2nd row: L. Houde, D. Larsen, A. Lilja, P. Hickey, K. Klngsford, V. Holden, C. Hickey, R. Knight, A. Healy, C. Lambert. 3rd row: P. Jacques, R. Hill, T. Jordan, R. Juusola, R. Hillman, D. Knowles, B. Lang, M. Kapitan, W. Larramee, D. Krzyzek, A. Lemieux, J. Langevin, D. Lacasse. 83 ROOM 204 Ist row, I. to r.: S. Messier, 0. Lowe, O. MacDonald, K. Mac Intyre, J. Lowman, N. LIzotte, P. Lonardo. 2nd row: P. Mayer, D. Lowe, D. Macbeth, B. McKeon, W. Masterson, T. McCarthy, R. Lovenbury. 3rd row: D. Martineau, D. Midon, S. Levesque, 0. Maddix. ROOM 202 Ist row, 1. to r.: L. Paynton, P. Pearce, M. Plante, M. Pensavalle, N. Pierce, J. Mohrnheim, 0. Morriseau, E. Nied- balskl. 2nd row: T. Nerney, D. Norberg, J. Norton, L. Nelson, D. Poirier, S. Pierce. 3rd row: D. Norman, R. Ouellette, P. Oulmet, E. Pickering, M. Pimpare, P. Moore, D. Northrup, R. Provost. 84 ROOM 3 Isf row, I. to r.: E. Royal, D. Swendson, V. Schrlver, J. Riley, S. Reynolds, S. Skawinski, A. St. Jean, D. Stephens. 2nd row: L. Rancourt, F. Shiek, S. Ryng, B Salley, D. Riley, C. Slowe, K. Santsaver, W. Sweeny. 3rd row: M. Stechauner, T. Smith, J. Smith, B. Swift, J. Smith, W. Smith, D. Purdy, D. St. Dennis, J. Ruel, B. Ryan, R. Swendson. ROOM Caft. A 1st row, I. to r.: M. Long, P. Temple, C. Walsh, K. Valley, C. Theroux, G. Riemersma, N. Wenhold, J. McLaughlin. 2nd row: S. Wnek, A. Thibeault, M. West, M. V ilson, R. Waterman, R. Webber. 3rd row: P. Tetreault, R. Viens, T. Zilch, J. PIcchi, T. Welch, J. Thompson, K. Barker. 85 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS MARY WHIDDEN ROBERT WARD MR. REIMER BEVERLY HORNE MRS. LOTHROP DONNA LAMBERT 86 ROOM 101 Isf row, I. to r.: 0. Armfield, M. Carlson, K. Berglund, J. Cerrone, M. Armstrong, L. Carey, D. Blais, L. Cammerine, C. Achin. 2nd row: M. Calderone, E. Barber, H. Buchanan, K. Boyle, 0. Barrett, C. Blaisdell, M. Barganeer, C. Bouthillette, D. Austin, D. Caron. 3rd row: R. Bishop, T. Audette, S. Bailey, B. Barton, D. Bentley, F. Casale, N. Burns. ROOM 112 1st row, I. to r.: B. Clavette, N. Emerson, J. Fournier, K. Charlebois, P. Fontaine, K. Dalton, G. Cianfarani, N. Dugas, K. DeBlois. 2nd row: D. DlRenzo, D. DiNardo, J. Connelly, M. Fournier, M. Christopher, P. Frietas, L. Davingnon, A. Chabot, R. Demers. 3rd row: S. Eighmy, R. Fontaine, R. Crossley, J. Dolti, C. Chase, A. Danes!, J. Devoe, S. Ducharme, S. Dohring, C. Cooke, C. Currier, R. Chace, R. Gardner, A. Fulton, H. Fisher, R. DeGratft. 4th row: D. Fortin, E. Denzer, D. Connor, R. Essen, B. Chabot, R. DeBlois, T. Conroy, M. Dobro, L. Chase, P. Farley, A. Clave+te, D. Donnelly. 87 ROOM 109 1st row, I. to r.: C. Holden, K. Hickey, C. Graves, C. Hauser, M. Kinney, J. Hammond, S. Hewes, B. Golding, S. Hebert. 2nd row: W. Goyette, M. Habershaw, R. Hathaway, B. Horne, D. Guimond, L. Gelineau, M. Johnson, A. Johnston. 3rd row: S. Hebert, S. Waite, R. Kelly, G. Jilson, R. Guimond, M. Haviland, K. Hawes, J. Hall, R. Gulesserian. ROOM 107 1st row, I. to r.: D. Lovejoy, D. Lambert, B. May, J. Lallier, P. Lund, J. Legere. 2nd row: R. Leco, G. Langille, H. Leary, A. Lewis, P. Kingsford, C. Lovejoy, B. 3rd row: T. Leary, J. Kinzie, t . Lockwood, E. Lykus, M. Lovely, P. Krauth, G. Lincoln. Livingston, J. Longbottom, E. Lowe, J. LeBlanc, M. Korman, McMahon, E. M. McCarthy. 88 CAFE B Ist row, I. to r.: M. Ruel, D. Pimentel, B. Szplla L. Childress, J. Rickard, J. St. •Dennis, R. Stephens, D. Schricker, N. Riley, P. O ' Brien, D. Rioux, D. Difiore. 2nd row: J. Slowe, F. Smith, J. Sarrazin, D. LaCasse, M. RIoux, L. Radnor, B. Stauff, M. Rose, T. Stevens, J. Phipps, P. Phipps, L. Sormanti, T. Sherman, S. Rockett, S. Robitaille, G. Schofield, R. St. Pierre, M. Schwein- shaut, D. Sacco. 3rd row: M. Thompson, B. Thompson, J. Doucette, J. Wnek, J. Tramonti, R. Richard, S. Robertson, W. Robitaille, M. Snay, S. Richards, D. Riley, R. RIenhart, M. Simmons, D. Shea, R. Smith, G. Straker, K. Treen, T. W. Mah, R. Plante. ROOM 108 1st row, I. to r.: S. Mobrient, K. McKItchen, J. Monroe, C. McGowen, J. Piano, A. McGee, P. Morse, S. Monast, C. Mc- Cloughln. 2nd row: D. Nerney, K. MeHarg, K. Peterson, B. Myers, P. Phinny, N. Pettie, J. Moore, D. McGraph. 3rd row: C. MItchel, J. Newberry, J. McKentire, P. Merry, R. Plante, T. Murphy. il 89 ROOM 215 Ist row, I. to r.: E. Velino, P. VIcian, P. Wolfe, W. Wilson, K. WaP+ers, D. Williams, P. White, M. Whidden. 2nd row: D. Woodbury, D. Warburton, S. Wright, R. Ward, P. Wilmarth, R. Wnuk, R. Trudeau, F. Wenhold, T. Valade. ROOM II 1st row, I. to r.: F. Giacoppo, J. Carley, E. Laverdure, M. Corneau, S. Deschenes, K. Bradley, R. Roberts. 2nd row: W. Jackson, J. Viens, J. DeFante, H. Dufault, D. Cauldwell, R. Langille, W. McKeon. i I I 1 90 I I (th bnhi that 0 alhia %xxt tf unstrung ItJiU i§)ii let ginir mtnh 0011x0 Ca 0011X0 hath to it0 r ft I rclaxatinn take, task taith fr ! I Le-ff to right: A. Hammond, M. Anderson, K. Tharl, Editor- in-chlet, D. Adams, L. Peterson. Back: N. Caron, D. Carr, E. Bedard, K. Bergevine, L. Percevay, P. Klngsford, R. Knight, S. Harlow, L. Tourigny. Mr. Olivier — Red Cap ' s truly dedicated advisor our typists our leader!?! 94 PRINCIPAL’S OFFICE WORKERS Front row: Deborah Chace, Caryn Andrews, Debby Hamilton, Karen Tharl, Joyce Lykus. Back row: Jackie Healey, Gerry Healy, Doreen Cobb, Rosemary Knight, and Carolyn Slowe. Front row: Kathy Paton, Midge Anderson, Dorothy Adams, Debby Hamilton, Carolyn Slowe. Back row: Gailff Connelly, Anne Hammond, Nancy Caron, Elaine Bedard, Lynda Peterson, Karen Tharl, Karen Bergevine, and Donna Langille. GUIDANCE OFFICE WORKERS LIBRARY WORKERS Front row: Sue Ruel, and Linda Ogni. Back row: Vicki Holden, Debra Langlols, Donna Langille, DebbI Merigold, Chris Graves, and Sue Little. 95 r GLEE CLUB 96 SOUND OF MUSIC NORTH ATTLEBORO HIGH SCHOOL BAND DRILL TEAM MISS LAURIN MARX, Head 97 MAJORETTES SIMONE LUSSIER LINDA OGNI 98 Joyce Donovan, Sue Miramant, TertY Godin, Chris Moore, Gerry Healy (head), Paula Hickey, Maureen McCarthy, Helen Wheeler. 99 A CAPELLA CHOIR Top row: P. Rose, S. Boyle, S. Miramont, J. Arns, N. Riley, L. Panchucic, K. Boyle. 5th row: D. Larson, D. Riley, G. Miner, B. Grzenda, L. Paynton, V. Holden. 4th row: S. Hall, C. Gillespie, J. Bergen, S. Foley, J. Healey. 3rd row: C. Warren, D. Calcagni, R. Calcagni, K. Larsen, M. Brennan, S. Johnson, G. Healy. 2nd row: D. Langlois, D. Poirier, K. Connor, D. Geraughty, E. Royal, L. Tourigny, J. Riley. 1st row: L. Ogni, M. MacNeill, J. Cavanagh, L. Cloutier, A. Quilitzsch, S. Crossley, S. Kidd. SENIORS Back row: K. Connor, S. Foley, S. Johnson, D. Calcagni. Next row: J. Healey, .L. Ogni, L. Cloutier, G. Healy. Front row: M. MacNeill, S. Boyle. 100 r !; ’ t 1 I I I 1 GLEE CLUB Front row: M. Whidden, D. Lambert, J. Livingston, M. Anderson. Middle row: M. Corneau, L. Nelson, C. McDonald, A. Healy, M. West, C. Lambert, E. Laverdure. Back row: S. Deschenes, J. Carley, D. Langlois, B. Grzenda, D. Hamilton, S. Harlow. DANCE BAND Front row: J. Healey, T. Chace, R. Balter, R. Gardner, S. Kydd. Middle row: D. Fortin, P. Cavanagh, R. Christianson, E. Baker, E. Clavette. 1 i 101 FUTURE TEACHERS Sealed: H. Buchan, A. Quilltzsch, C. Andrews. Standing: C. Connor, pres., J. Devoe, Miss Cochrane, advisor, L. Ward, sec., J. Healey, and G. Healy. FRENCH CLUB Seated: C. Graass, K. Larson, Mr. Duhamel, advisor, C. Hammond, H. Johnson, K. Klnqsford. Standing: E. Hebert, C. McDonald, S. Messier, L. Paynton, D. Larson, D. Norberg. S. Harlowe, K. MacIntyre. J. Korman J. Janssen R. Galasso. MR. FRANK KELLEY, advisor GERMAN CLUB 102 PEP CLUB These girls help to support our school and sports teams by attending the rallies and games. Boy, you should hear them yell! What spirit! AUDIO-VISUAL Seated: T. Joyce, J. Slowe. K. McManus. Standing: D. Connor, J. Rhine, D. Austin. CHEERLEADERS SUE RUEL LYNNE PETERSON CARYN ANDREWS GAILE CONNELLY 105 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The National Honor Society is composed of juniors and seniors who are outstanding in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service and character. This year ' s activities under the guidance of Mr. Dermont, included a book drive for Vietnamese soldiers, the sponsoring of a Little Theater play, and a dance. Seated: N. Gourlay, treasurer; M. tvlacNelll, vice-pres.; R. Thomas, president; Mr. Dermont, advisor; D. CalcagnI, secretary; R. Scan- lon, editor. Standing: J. Ferguson, J. Miller, L. Costa, G. Healy, S. Johnson, S. Foley, J. Healey, S. Lussler, C. Andrews, T. Sanford, S. Messier. SENIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD Seated: L. Ogni, S. Connelly, P. Lynch, G. Healy, K. Tharl. Standing: M. Vigorlto, G. Boardman, B. Wash- bum, J. Walden, E. Hebert. 106 STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS; President Herb Gray, Treasurer Anne Hammond, Vice-President Doug Rioux, Recording Secretary of Attleboro Area Student Councils, Kathy Connor, Secretary Janice Janssen, Sergeant-at-Arms Michelle Plante. Front row: D. Rioux, J. Janssen, H. Gray, A. Hammond, M. Plante. Back row: D. Mooney, R. Christianson, B. MacEwen, M. Juusola, P. Lynch, D. Adams, C. Andrews, C. Morriseau, P. Temple. MRS. INGRAM, Advisor 107 Standing: Anne Hammond, Karen Tharl, Sue Boyle. Seated: Midge Anderson, Caryn Andrews, Dottle Adams. ACTIVITIES STAFF CARYN ANDREWS, editor A WELCOME . . . To Mr. Joseph Murphy, a ' 64 graduate of Boston College and the latest addition to our faculty, we extend a warm welcome and hopes that he will enjoy his work here at North High. A FAREWELL To Miss Louise Dudley, who has been with us for such a long time and will be retiring In June after 33 years of service, we take this opportunity to thank you and show our appreciation for the many long hours you have spent helping North High students. FOOTBALL ' 67 - ' 68 ROCKETEERS (Left to right) Row I: S. Smith, D. Cash, J. Carey, G. DiNardo, S. Stack, J. McConnell (Capt.), R. LeCompte, R. Ouimet, D. Paton, G. Boardman, S. Messier, J. Higgenbotham. Row 2: S. Sullivan, D. Knowles, J. Lang, K. Gibson, J. Livingston, K. Hansen, M. Lockwood, R. Galas- so, R. Godin, J. Walden, M. Bennett, A. Berard, F. Quilltsch, S. Little. Row 3: B. Ryan, T. Welch, D. MacBeth, W. Dufour, T. Dunn. M. Gould, B. Cambridge, W. Whatmough, B. Lang, J. Danesl, P. Tetreault, M. Kapitan, R. Turcotte. Row 4: C. Mitchell (manager), D. Lowe, M. Ouimet. M. Fenton, B. Juusola, D. Northrup, D. Knowles, W. Budjinski, T. Smith, J. Smith, G. Cash, J. Berg. MR. PICKERING MR. MITCHELL 112 Ken Hansen Rich LeCompte John Higginbotham Joe McConnell (captain) 1 r Run them a-ground North! 1 14 Sorry about that Paul! Now listen here . . . Got you from behind! Time out! Steve warms up! Keep the ball rolling! It ' s all right — Joe’s there! Here comes that ball Fred — Catch It!! Oh, I love you! THANKSGIVi, RALLY 1 I -2-Cha-Cha-Cha NAHS ' s Mormon Tabernacle SORRY we ' re all sold out! Choir? I 16 NG DAY ' S GAME " Come on North, follow me, " says 12. Oh, I think I ' m going to cry! Why ' s everyone lying down? (above) OOPS! Who tripped me? (left) Go get him NORTH!! Will he stop him? Nice catch Rollie! Has anyone seen the I I BASKETBALL THE ’ 67 -’ 68 TEAM ORr HORr 52 A pi H Pi (Left to right) Kneeling: R. Ouimet, S. Stack, P. Norton, R. Kieltyka, J. McConnell. Standing: P. Estey, M. Fenton, G. DiNardo, J. Lang, R. LaFratta, M. Kapitan, S. Sullivan, Mr. Charron (Coach ). Absent at the time J. Livingston. Paul has this jump ball! PLEASE give me the ball! Sink it Steve! 118 OK, fellas, I have the ball now! Go, score, win — North! You can ' t have this ball!! Follow me boys! Up, Up, and away! Our Rocket (eer) makes an interception!! 120 TRACK HIGHLIGHTS THE TRACK TEAM (Left to right) Row I: P. Jones, P. Jette, M. Vigorito, P. P. Estey, J. McConnell. Row 2: J. Delaurier, G. Lincoln, D. MacBeth, S. Andrews, J. Carey, B. Hayes, D. Compton, T. Zilch, T. Welch, B. MacEwen, B. Juusola, M. Fenton, D. Norton, J. tenBrlnke, P. Lewis, J. Skolski, B. Austin, G. B. Barber, J. tenBrinke, J. Livingston, R. Fitzpatrick, R. Oulmet, R. Viens. Row 3: J. Forget, E. Glode, T. Estey, D. RIoux, D. Paton. Daggett, B. Ryan, Graham, Pour it on Jeff! Jerry scores for North! Catch !! It ' s all over now!! get set . . . GO!! GANGWAY here comes Joe! On your mark . . . 122 Is everyone ready?? 123 BASEBALL THE TEAM OF 1968 (Left to right) Row I: D. Smith, J. Higgenbotham, R. Ouimet, K. Hansen, G. DiNardo, G. Boardman, E. Baker. Row 2: G. Noyes, D. Knowles, K. Gibson, B. Dufour, A. Berard, M. Phipps, S. Stack, B. Lowe, Mr. Bicknell (coach). 124 j- ' Go Legs go! Ball 54 where are you??? Hit it again — HARDER!!! One, two., three, — my base!! This bat ' s not long enough! 125 GOLF “68 " Golf Team: John Walden, Ernie Hebert, Jerry Wordell, Rich Lecompte, Bob Bates, Peter Calderone, and Peter Fontaine. 126 127 GIRLS’ INTRAMURALS Don ' t let go! Crabball anyone? 128 GIRLS ' BASKETBALL 1 ! Among the girls of N.A.H.S. basketball has been a very popular sport. Recently a girl ' s varsity and junior varsity teams were formed, and had a successful sea- son. For others there were intramurals which usually provided a lot of fun. A Swish for N.A.H.S.! Ballet or Basketball? Give me my ball! 129 On your mark, get set — shoot! 130 YEARBOOK EDITORS Art Editor Business Manager Senior Editor Literary Ed itor Underclassmen and Faculty Editor 131 YEARBOOK STAFFS BUSINESS STAFF; L Cloutier A. Hammond J. Ly- kus K. Johnson (Missing) S. Laramee J. LaPerche H. Wheeler H. Lowe K. Konieczny CIRCULATION STAFF: P. Stierli T. Sanford (Missing) R. Galasso P. Nor- ton I ADVERTISING STAFF: D. Beaulieu J. Doucette J. Lykus M. Blais K. Paton C. Swanson C. Troy (missing) K. Tharl N. Caron J. Higginbotham H. Wheeler J. LaPerche C. Gray C. laconis R. Fitzpatrick N. Gourlay M. McCarthy ! I i 1 LITERARY STAFF: N. Philibert G. Healy K. DeSalvo (Missing) L. Locke K. Gebhardt t 132 - jr ! SPORTS STAFF: J. Healey E. Hebert M. Anderson S. Isenbarger D. Adams K. Johnson L. Peterson M. Vigorito M. MacNelll K. Johnson P. Stierli (Missing) S. Lara- ART STAFF: P. Lynch J. Tuttle G. Connelly friee L. Peterson (Missing) E. Williams SENIOR STAFF: S. Foley S. Boyle D. Calcagni J. Doucette (Miss- ing) N. Caron D. Beggs D. Dugas AND one of the more important members — THE CRITIC 133 ■i?- [V, c. PARENTS ' PAGE and Mrs. Elliot H. Adams and Mrs. Melvin A. Andrews and Mrs. Robert J. Beaulieu and Mrs. Charles A. Blais and Mrs. Harold Boyle and M rs. Philip J. Calcagni and Mrs. Paul Calderone and Mrs. Armend Caron and Mrs. Walter Cavanagh and Mrs. Leo Cloutier and Mrs. John M. Connor Sr. and Mrs. Benjamin L. DiNardo and Mrs. Gerald J. Donovan and Mrs. Clinton B. Ferguson and Mrs. Norman Foley and Mrs. C. A. Fortin and Mrs. E. Edward Galasso and Mrs. Denzer M. Gibbons and Mrs. Fred C. Graham , Lillian Gourlay and Mrs. Herbert J. Gray Jr. and Mrs. Marshall Hammond and Mrs. Mathew J. Healey Sr. and Mrs. John F. Healy and Mrs. Ernest P. Hebert Sr. and Mrs. John lafrate and Mrs. Ray Isenbarger Jr. and Mrs. A. Norman Johnson and Mrs. Frederick Johnson and M rs. Mathew Kieltyka PARENTS’ PAGE V, ’V -a- and Mrs. Ernest Kivlin and Mrs. Fred Lamontagne and Mrs. Paul E. Laramee and Mrs. D. Eugene Leco and Mrs. William Lowe and Mrs. Stanley H. Lykus and Mrs. John F. Lynch and Mrs. Brainard H. MacNeill and Mrs. William J. McCarthy and Mrs. James A. Messier and Mrs. John M. Miller . Patricia Norberg and Mrs. Herbert F. Noyes and Mrs. Joseph Paton and M rs. John P. Ogni and Mrs. Gordon Pepper and Mrs. Carl D. Peterson Jr. and Mrs. Ferndand Philibert and Mrs. Louis Rousseau and Mrs. Joseph Ruel and Mrs. Norman C. Sanford and Mrs. Walter C. Scanlon and Mrs. E. Stuart Smith and Mrs. Vincent Soldani ;. Cyril E. Thomas ;. Louise Tuttle and Mrs. Francis Verge Sr. and Mrs. Michael A. Vigorito and Mrs. Archie L. Walden Jr. and Mrs. Leon Wheeler « BOOSTERS Natalie Sam Ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny Those Big Bad Caddies Sandy and Jon Mike Jackson Fred Fish Gibbs Howel J. Smith Carol Bob Keith Colleen The Puppets of Society Mike and Paula Mike and Janis Hill Billy I was a teenage litter-bug Bye Garrett " Pete” Danny and Anny Go North Cheryl and Don " The Idiot " Egore Berklee School of Music University of Louisville Dave and Carol A Popular (?) P6 Go North Cheryl and Danny Danny and Sue OTTO " Bean " St. George ' s, Newport " Dal " Springfield College Eric Oh My No! Mies van der Rohe The Ring Lives To Donna from Jeff Heather Steve and Kiane 7 21 72 " Stretch " " Schnick, Schnick " Ducks and Rabbits, Forever! Beware the CDM Maureen Long Live the Band Sue Band Sue F. " 68 " Debbie Butch VON Diane Cardiac Kids D. Estey 6 ' 7 " Jim Hayes " The Little Rascals " Alan Gloria FORVER Socities Undecided Minority Joanie and Alphonse Carol and Dave Dianne and Gary Ray Ouellette Sue Dianne Williams Jackie Joyce Jimmy and Patty Kris Larsen (swing!) Me and Eddy (?) The Kidd Tharl Kev Electric Blues Bag Gil and Sue Billy and Kathy John Sebastian — One of the Beautiful People " Scooter " Yeah North! Karen and KC North ' s No. I " SUE " " Nance " Sue and Skip Dale forever Judi Karen and Kurt " Little Red and Pizza " " Colleen " Colleen Lovejoy Rich and Suzanne Pam Worm Eater Dale Ellen Chubbs " I Want to be Free " The Gout " Da " Elsie Bonnie and Don Sharon and Mike My friend Flicker My friend Judy Colleen Royal Carolyn and Lenny Micky and Minnie " little shirts " Betty and Dave — July " 67 " Bubba Brian and B Robert Hirsh BOOSTERS How high, boss, how high? Fraulein Foley " Dugy " Beggsie and Alan Helen and Jerry Johnny and Norma Chris and Bob Ka+hy and Bruce Johnson and Fontaine Kathie and Tony Eddie and Sheila Geoff and Debbie " Soul Brother " Soldani " Hoot " Turk and Pam Caryn Moby Dick Uncle Tom Del " 68 " Flash and Flicker Ger Miner Steve and Syl Sharon and Mike Sue Kathie and Rich Karen and Glenn Dean and Doreen Faith and Mike Jane LaMontagne the Best Ernie Elaine Anne Charlotte Warren " Pete " Wally and Caryn Wordell cut-throat!! Squire Walden — the guys Jane and Rick Chuck and Page Pete " Ben " Bryer Ralph loves Red-eyed Denzer Dottie and George Izzy and Booby Mary Yeah! me Debbie Langlois Corvese Doug and Webbies Forever Al and Lanbug Forever Did your hair cut pass? Barry forever " OOO La La " Barbara Stewart BS K4 Paul Norton — LeGoffe Rita Ashtray ' s Finest Brudy and Jude Betty and Barney Pat and Rich Flow Gail Kivlin " Sheepdog " — Bryer Long live the CDM Kenny Deb Eugene — Who stole your car? The Dakotas Dewey forever Dangerous Deb Killer Kris Wordell — hanged out a long triple Mary Whidden Mac and Mike What ' s new — Cow-People? Jacks of all Trades Mess Jackie Healey — with the E TOOEY, for the CDM The CDM is Great Frank Casale Carol and Bengie Bobby Baker Janice and Yogi Debbie and Steve Pam and John TOAD Chinaman — DiNard Stickman — Con Bonnie and Steve EMMA Madalyn Donnie and Pat Cindy Riley Nancy and Timmy D. Rioux Nancy and Butch Chris Moore Sue Miramant Chris Lewis Peter Make Up with the Seniors J. McGuire and Faith K. Rene and Mary Janet Korman The Pres. " 68 " Rebel Pete and Michelle Keith and Pam Mishka Cookie Face Here Comes Rusty Dianne Larosee 137 Charles A. Ayotte John J. Bevilaqua, Jr. Donald S. Brayton, Jr. Roland L. Brousseau (Mrs.) Bonnie K. Brown Judith E. Cobb Barbara E. Cochrane Ronald Christianson (Mrs.) Josephine C. Dawson Joseph A. Dermont Louise E. Dudley Marcel P. Duhamel Roger A. Frechette Martha Montgomery Robert R. Olivier Michael P Carol Prui Myron Rel Richard F. (Mrs.) Eleanor Sawyer Marie Scanlin Alice M. Hall Frederick Horan (Mrs.) Elizabeth Ingram Clinton (H O) Johnson (Mrs.) Muriel Jones William Kummer (Mrs.) Margaret Laliberte (Mrs.) Marjorie Lothrop Edward L. Meade John Mitchell Alfred J. Slowe Clark F. Springgate ault Ruth M. Waddicor Ellen J. Wir ioe J oo s J7eir naues lAeir powe JBei foriune s SuSSIes ris ' ar. TB io sows a y or irains a JToiVf: Or pfaiiii a iree is mor l ian aff. TiOAiiiier North Attlrbomugli, lUaaflarhuapltH QZTBQ Tel. 695-6472 Louis D. Kelley William L. Kelly Principal Assistant Principal As the editors of the 1968 yearbook we have tried to create a token of our treasured memo- ries and unforgettable experiences at North High. We would like to express our deepest gratitude for the help we have received, es- pecially from the class of 1968. We wish both happiness and success to all those leaving North High ' s doors this year. Sylvia and Kathy 139 I ▼ ■ I w ■ ■ »• PETS WANTED MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS | BEAGLlt rrPPIES — A.K C„ U OL» ARTICt,B» — W»nted. Soota, 1 LOWBB kbw aTOR A CLARK ; shots. Priced to sell. Call 222 ' 470t , magazines, dishes, glaasr r;. lum- j PIANO’S and ORGANS. Parftta ; Salrs after 6 p.m. DACHSf ' HVVD - female for sale. 699-8762 AUTOMOBILE LINC cot At Paul %rk A I ny - ftRIITY NTED BRC L ' 6i Lincoln cir conditioned. every power assist, white with red leather interior, black top, very low mileage. 3195 PAUL GOLDMAN DODGE 761-5200 Bridge combo orgaas SALON OP kfUSIC, 10-14 ! 07 Newport Avenue, South Attle- i boro, open dally, V ed., Thura. PrJ. ' til 8 pju. tf SVERYTMrw »oti EVER HEARD OF IN ML ' SIC and MC8JCAL IN- i PTBL ' MENTS. Plsaos, organs, new ; ac-d used We rent all instruments ' k ' j ’ teach you to play Iheiri 25 cea.Ther st your eervlc? La. ' pe=f atoclt In HI Ra.v .Malhn cormplete ' Stores, Corp lOo B.-oid , real A i i 84.. Pawtucke-. i 12 to 7 ' . ' o RTS Auto j Saturday S to 6 Clc ea aoncay:- Plstr. ' . ' .lie , Tel 725-9139. tf le EXf living rn- ' . ■; -ir. ba’h, - OT ' S s ' .. ' -i- Vvl.en forget ,I:islxO_. - 1 fc U.C SoriiL)C- 3MCOM VT-Wtc »TOP.r Combe i organs, GordoTo Orebt ' r . •.■- VhAr, 12 i 0 «. MUSle lessens ane ioedtert in pleasant ®eEts lire. 12 to 8,. ' Thur»c..7 sale. Call 699- ; ‘ -1 ® «99-7r71. tf in-3 i FOR RENT n . «i Wash. pay highest : S Park Street. ‘i-BOow « No;; :lp wanted .. Plainvllle. Childreci oi ac: ' .c aiirr --oor at St. Cali ' 6-6 42 ;(!.5 — Rawlelgh dealer In West Bristol County, age accepted. Ap ' . sir? leboro. Write Rawlelgh ' hot water furnished. Cali 199- 3= -37-3, Albany, Rt«. 1, S. Atllebere N.Y. 10-5 8440. iO-S 4 ROOM APARTMENT in N 1961 V.4LIANT STATION WAGON — Very good running condition. Best offer. 222-2525. 10-11 DEMONSTBATT TOYS A GIFT — P.ARTY FLAN. Work now ' tU Christmas — High Commissions. Call or write " Santa ' s Parties " -ec 3rd floor, just redecor eludes garage, .str-eersed .r. por- .n. new stove, refrjg . hot wa ' er CtII. 699-2947. 10-5 after 3:30 p.m.. ' Marie Angelo, 16 Melanie Lane. Brockton, 686-6’2M. NORTH ATTLEBORO - Large 4- g HELP WANTED — FEMALE Avon, Conn. 06001 Telephone (203 1 673-3466. Evenings (203) 677-2013. 10-9 room apartment, 696-6214. 2ncl floor. Cali 10-5 R.N. $3 per hour GRADUATE LP.N. $2.25 per hour 3 to IT and 11 to 7 shifts SHfLDONVIlLE NURSIH6 HOME 384-2421 HELP WANTED— MALE NORTH ATTLEBORO renovated four-room — Newly j lexiuvaxcu x xxiji -. apartment. I Heated. Parking. Adults. $106,00 PERMANENT POSITION OP fTui j afternoons. 699- our woodworking department. | J. P. Reynolds Co., 141 Chestnut t aPART.MENT — 5 rooms, 2nd I Street, North Attleboro. 10-6 ; floor, newly renovated, plus heat i ?aS. i AfuirTerS4-l3 3°3°. ; Plainvllle. Mass. POLISHERS — P 2 ll time or pai time. Aluminum or brass. i sneed or trainee. Plej ! call In person. : panics. 93 Count i 223-0362. exT-o LARGE ROOMS ■— .d wallpapered. Plainvllle. Cali ■■m. 10-11 IT — 469 Mount rth Attleboro. Call 10-7 CASH IN on the big Pall and Christmas selling season. Repre- sent Avon In your neighborhood. Write to Eva Koskores, 269 Torrey St., Brockton or call 617-JU 8- 2754. 10-6 PERMANENT POSITION OPEN In our glue department. J. P. Reynolds Co., 141 Chestnut Street, North Attleboro. 10-6 EGO PACKAGING PLANT — In Wrentham requires woman help, part-time or full-time. No experi- ence necessary. Gall 384-8388. 10-10 IMMEDIATE OPENINGS for full time day shift, light ma- chine bench operators, opportu- nity to learn a trade with rapid advancement. Apply to Lambert Companies, 94 County St., Attle- boro or call 222-6262. tf .WOMEN XOT wBMrsna Xsiundry Apply to Xntsrboro Isto n d r y. Attleboro Palls •» call 6-982 Pot PART-TIMI $40 PER jew, cEtllj RNI8HED, HEATED ROOM — small cottage. (Next to bath), fcparate entrance. CalJ,, .6 9-8977 Rfter B p.m. Sickinger REAL ESTATE Roof.. 4 — Up On Flight ODD FEUOWS BLOG. TRAL machinssj : Periodic etc. West Bmoo St., FCLL-TEMB various work, Tif I turners, I -. Mothers ' and otblxMit-timt hoan arrant sd. Apply in person to Lambert N. ATTLEBORO — 3 room apart- ment and bath, first floor, central parking, furnished, water, utilities, prlva porch tmd rubbish remt mediate occupancy. $26 per week. Dial 695-9024 or 699-4657. --A0-9 LET ' S .SJELl YOURS NO ' £ ' im Mice kOFSRTY-LOOK THEM OVER N. ATTLEBORO — Men onl, . room utUlty apartment, first floor. parking, Immediate oc- icy. Dial 695-9034 or 699- ' 10- J bill uni No. Attle., BtSm heat lit floi Companies. 94 County St., Attle- boro. tf TRAINEES for plastic molding machine. Third shift, periodic In- creases. Prlngs benefits, etc. Armlrotto Tool Company, 31 West Bacon Street, Plainvllle. tf LOOM APARTMENT — At 64 School Street. Tile floors, stove, hot water supplied. Just been j newly renovated. Adults only. $16 ' a week. Call 699-3016. io-9 thi horns good condition, ws ■ngv dittence- to centt- ,F,R inb ' ifeinino , prin. and taxes, 71Y,900. SERVICES OFFERED FIRST FLOOR. 5 ROOMS, bath,: all renovated. Central location In ! Plainvllle. adults preferred, hot ; water heat, wired for 220. gas available, alum, storm and screen- i ed windows. Call 696-6789. 10-12 8 EEOROOM RANCH North Attleboro, off Kelley Blvd., very Isrgs paneled kitch- en, lovely fireplaced living room, bedrooms am spscioi modern ceramic ImMl full cal- lar, corner toMKdi sIuitl. combs., G.l. " 0 " 4lMm, others 3%, easily financed, exception- e! buy at $13,600. EXPEBIBNCBD OFFICE WORKER ! THRB£ • ROOM APARTMFXT ! R 5S., THURSDAY, OCTOBER S, 19t7 1221 71 i JXCOlM W. tIANDLER .•i m -MV i Bemord J. BYRNES ! Real Eetate Offtea ■SB Marsaset Curtis 106 ou L U - INSUROR Curtis fi9t0n Street 695-9322 - ' jT t hi I ». •?- try co I gardeit ifamU: site lOii suiai? h :8 0 2Ae vtty ' -vi ' i.di- - AC acr or ' •- 1 at L-n.ibi! aid Tiixen, 0 iuud residential ai table tot proreaalon- C i- C i ' lOlllr. .. -v , o t • •XBCU- Ive ' i mansiu. ' located on High traet, parqua floors, 3 full baths, car garage, fireplaces, $19,900. lAINVILLI Ewald Street area, 3 edroom ranch, priced to sell at 40,900. Good boy for the money. lO Tip-Top Seven Room with two-car garage, .Qo :.p living room, bow .-ed, large kitchen with !j j! ' r± authentic D. R. almoct 900 f ' i of land. j Four Bedroom Cape, garage, In ’ .beauTiful lettlng, excellent condition throughout in the Anawan Road area. South Washington Street, S TcKm house, 4 B. R. two car firage. m fine condition. A buy gis floo. Attic. Palls; 8 room cottage, .new paneUad kitchen, 4 B R.’s, alum, coverage, oil steam heat, good shaded lot $17,800. Outstanding Colonial, large T. p. living room, authentic D. R. three large bedrooms. It j baths, a car garage, good chunk of nicely landscaped grounds. Admirable location. S2S300. I Pine four «ir flvo liedroom home. 3 baths, authentic dj. two car garage, summer house, on nicely landscaped grounds $19,500. os Five beautiful Homes in the $30,000 bracket; also some choice house lots. tOSfON «fr. r»ii Cute and modern four ' jVoodlsnd Streer, good f lOfi. iBIl asitwwi, wve THERE ' S NO HOME LIKE THE ONE YOU OWN tpter .$S »M - Stamp on lawn. Hie gorgeous baths! T. tractiva Corner lot. At Hospital area. 1 111,9— fl rooms, IVi baths, ! modem TemkiD boiler, cop- iper tubing, walk-out base- iment. May be used as a sin- gle or two family. Fine fam- ily neighborhood. Bureau entrance opens formal dining 1 .m (and livuig-dining. j ' i iwrch for su.nn;- ‘ fine bedrooms in ' private area oU l ,11. Very large i d heated gar- J area— barbe- » ■e— ready to go j ierful partie.s! partie.s! ndscaping for ice— enhanced iii trees. Com-I and country- I J i« A ctory Ranch: i? ' ir ‘3 ' jo V e r cramped wonderful rooms ,! $12,9— — 2 family home — use 1st floor for income, live in cottage — like arrange- ment on 2nd Sc 3rd floors 7 rooms, near center on bus- line. $ 2 «. Vict — — = 1 in better than new condition. ,5 uminum storm and screen, i ' jalousied windows and nev.’ j awnings fo revery windovv. 3 1 or 4 bedrooms as you wish. 1 Using 3 B.R. leaves ' a beau ;ti- : $14,900 — Fine 2 famfiy home in Attleboro. Excellent repair. Near center. $15,900 — No. Attleboro center and a very fine neighborhood. 4 rooms on each floor, mod- em throughout, 2 heating sys- tems. Town sewer. 2 car gar- BEI7T ifiTym rlnbchini iiom«, Stu 4 family horn , p!u» ■eras of land, averything In ex- hUVliU Mak. tha, appcin mwit .1 | f athi ' r tn - tlMIMIR w liava evar 3— RtV kllaat Ava. and SawOi Vfaahington l{‘’¥E,$tf%TATE _ IJI A C»l ful .solarium for all the fam- ily to enjoy . . . Hoa’ed and air conditioned. Wali-to-wr.;l carpeting in ' liv ing room and ' dining room, (D.R. al.- ' o has a birch-panelcd dado.) A’ew i stainless steel deloxe douole i oyened built-in sto ' e with! ' slide-out burners. Tremen- 1 dous dry basement. Built-in’’ cedar closets, plus, many ex- tras Garage, town sewer, Beautifully landscaped. ington St. ' leboro 695-6771 $14,5— — Plainville, Exd. agant, A-1 rapair; 6 room capa wUh larga carport; kitchen w range !■ rafrig.; living room, dan or .4th bedroom, full bath w thowar, ell FHW haat| alum, windowt, larga attrao- 121,9— Vefyr VI For Iweek only! — The home of perfection. Top to bottom. Marvelous 26 family room with beamed ceiling. Paneled kitchen has built-in stainless steel double oven and counter top, stainless steel double sink. Tremendous number of cabinets. Wall-to-wall carpet- ing in living room and front h . (Joy rf joys! . . . there is a rear stairway, too!) For- $26.900— This is a big family- .i Sized “Split” level home— De- luxe model — Vcr ' lovely set-:J (inr with attractive, new , landscaping. This home has 2 ' ' huge fireplaces for family en- ‘ joymenl, 1 in formal living! room i28’xl6’) wiih dining ' room, other directly below in : a sunny paneled family room. I 4 bedrooms. 2 baths, walk-in 1 clos ets, wonderful big kilch-| en with stainless steel built - 1 ins. Fire alarm system thru- 1 nut. Intercom connections to j svery room (keen enough to j lar baby’s breathing). Air ' ditioner. 2 -car heated gar- j “ Fenced-in play area. ! ( wt street. A true Colonial In j the wnd of Colonials — our I nealw countryside. Beautiful settiej way back from the road on 4 acres of land! (Fireplaces— there are 6, all in fine workable condition!) Formal living room with f.p. (can be used for 1st floor bdrm.) Formal dining room with f.p. A cozy, comfortable, homey family room with huge f.p., a beamed ceiling, and a “Parson’s Cupboa| ' 4’f (Udden away — for restoring his stre ngth ) Marvelous new CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1968 NORTH ATTLEBORO HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 1898-1968 ROBERT L GUTHRIE-PRES. LINDA PERKOSKI BOYLE - VICE PRES. JOHN HARRIS - TREAS. ANN LORING KEYES - SEC. Best Wishes From THE EVENING CHRONICLE North Attleboro Printers and Publishers ATHERTON ' S 32 So. Main Sf. Attleboro Complete Home Furnishers RINGUETTE ' S MARKET 60 Eddy St. N. Attle. SCHOFIELD HDWE. CO. No. Wash. St. N.A. Compliments of ALPHONSE DION BARBER SHOP MEXICAN IMPORTS No. Wash. St. N.A. FITZGERALD MOTORS. INC. Route I So. Attle., Mas.. Your Oldsmobile Dealer Compliments of B L CLEANERS 143 BARBER ELECTRIC MEG. CO., INC Compliments of COLSTONE PANCAKE RESTAURANT Route 1 N. Attleboro Compliments of Compliments of GAUDEHE LEATHER GOODS. INC. S. M. HEAT TREATING CO. BLIEK ' S SERVICE STATION Congratulations to the JERRY ' S WATCH SERVICE Class of 1968 BLAIS BROTHER ' S FARM CHARLES AND BERNARD Best Wishes to the Class of 1968 REID ' S T.V. APPLIANCES Route I N. Attleboro GORDON’S DAIRY BAR Compliments of THE COMMERCIAL PRESS PRINTERS 144 ALICE ' S SHOP 57 North Washington Street RILEY BROS. LUMBER CO. INC. North Attleboro, Mass. 62 Reed Ave. Tel. 699-8911 North Attleboro, Mass. INFANTS ' . CHILDREN ' S AND WOMEN ' S APPAREL FRENCHIES SERVICE STATION, INC. South Washington Street North Attleboro , Mass. THE NIFTY NOOK Cards — Gifts — Yarns N. Washington St. N. Attleboro, Mass. Compliments of HI-LO MARKET LEE ' S DRESS SHOPPE Featuring Ladies ' Apparel 4 So. Washington St. N. Attleboro CHESTNUT STREET BODY SHOP Compliments of WAMSUTTA DRUG RICHARD HAIRSTYLIST RESTAURANT Cantonese and Polynesian Foods ORDERS PUT UP TO TAKE OUT Telephone 699-7440 153 E. Washington — Rt. I North Attleboro, Mass. KELLYS SPORTING GOODS Route 1 No. Attleboro Mass. REEVES DRUG JAMES F. BRENNAN, Reg. Pharm. CHARLES RODITAKIS. Reg. Pharm. Phone 695-6651 67 North Washington St., North Attleboro, Mass. 145 6c CO., iNC. BEAUCHAINES, INC. Lumber — Building Materials Chestnut St. North Attleboro F. M. CURTIS, INC. FRANK AND MARGARET Reliable News Bureau — MARGARET CURTIS REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Carlton H. Bliss insurance Agency, lnc« ROOM 3— RILEY BUILDING 65 NORTH WASHINGTON STREET NORTH ATTLEBORO. MASS. Compliments of ROBINSON SHELL Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of 1968 MANUFACTURERS NATIONAL BANK of Bristol County Congratulations to the Class of 1968 STANDARD CHAIN CO., INC. Best Wishes Class of 1968 R. A. JETTE FUNERAL HOME. INC. North Attleboro, Mass. 146 I CREED ROSARY CARL F. BERGLUND — Sculptor — J. P. REYNOLDS CO. MANUFACTURERS OF 58 N. Washington St. N. Attleboro, Mass. Area Code 617 Sample Cases, Instrument Cases and Trays Velvet Display Pads and Inserts 02760 695-9826 WALTER F. CAVANAGH Chestnut Street North Attleboro, Mass. AGLAE HAT SHOPPE 66 N. Washlngt n Street N. AHleboro, Mass. Compliments of NORTH ATTLEBORO PACKAGE STORES ASSOCIATION DONLEY MFG. CO. No. Attleboro, Mass. MAILING BOXES • FANCY BOXES • DISPLAYS 521 M+. Hope Street Main Office Attleboro Falls • Mass. 02763 Compliments of Attleboro Trust Company 148 EARL C. FOSTER SON Shell Furnace Oils AHLEBORO FALLS, MASS. JOLLY • • FURNITURE . • 16 Richards Avenue North Attleboro, Mass. MYrtle 5-6581 CHOLLY Compliments of AMERICAN SISALKRAFT COMPANY DIVISION OF ST. REGIS RARER COMRANY ATTLEBORO. MASS. CARY. ILL TRACY. CALIF. Compliments of ATTLEBOROUGH )RPC rJ BANK INCORPORATED 1860 150 Congra+ulafions +0 the Class of 1968 A. T. PARKER CO. Congratulations COMMUNITY THEATER BERNIER ' S PHARMACY PAUL A. BERNIER, Reg. Ph. 2 S. Washington St. Tel. MY 9-8842 N. Attleboro, Mass. Best Wishes NOLAN ' S FLOWER SHOP JIFFY CHEF 20 North Washington St. HARRY SIORAS Prop. SUGAR ' N SPICE PASTRY SHOPPE Attleboro Falls Congratulations Class of 1968 RINGUEHE ' S MARKET DAVE ' S SUB SHOP 15 N. Washington St. 695-9000 KEN’S ATLANTIC 151 MICHAEL A. VIGORITO Men’s, Boys’, and Ladies’ i 1 j 8 No. Washington Street No. Attleboro, Mass. JOHN ' S BARBER SHOP C 115 N. Washington ! Best Wishes to the Prop. JOHN C. SIANNITELLI 1 Class of 1968 Congratulations and Good Luck LUCIA G. JOHNSON From School Committee Member 1 1 1 Compliments of THE STUDENT 1 THE COUNCIL 1 FALLS SHOPPING CENTER I 152 CONGRATULATIONS BOB ' S BARBER SHOP DICK ' S BARBER SHOP ED ' S BARBER SHOP PETE ' S BARBER SHOP ROY ' S BARBER SHOP TONY ' S BARBER SHOP ERNIE ' S BARBER SHOP Dining Rooms Available for Private Parties OPEN MONDAYS THE BROOK MANOR Its BROOK ! manor I Featuring BROOK MANOR ' S CARRIOLA CART MY 9-8071 ORI SCARLATELLI Owner ELECTRONIC METALS AND ALLOYS, INC. North Attleboro, Mass. 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