North Attleboro High School - Northern Light Yearbook (North Attleboro, MA)
- Class of 1969
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The Northern Light North Attleboro High School North Attleboro, Massachusetts 1969 I SRHM the satisfaction of achievement . . . 5 6 4 •- Dedication Dedication is defined as the act of inscribing a book to a specific person as a sign of honor and affection. However, these two factors alone are in- adequate in describing the person whom the class of 1969 has chosen. Not only as a teacher has he influenced our lives, but also as a friend whose con- tinuous presence has guided us towards maturity. His understanding of our lives has led to a sincere and unusually frank relationship. With pride and pleasure we dedicate the 1969 Northern Light to you. Mr. William Kummer 13 Vincent B. McGee Superintendent of Schools You are graduating in an era of unprecedented tumult and strife. As you proceed in life you will inevitably discover many things. You will be faced with many painful and bewildering moral and ethical value judgements. Maturity will teach you that it is far easier to raise questions than it is to supply the answers. Keep in mind the adage " that it is better to light a penny candle than to curse the darkness.” We hope that your past four years at North High have prepared you to cope with many of these difficult choices. Good luck to the Class of 1969. Richard W. Blazo Assistant Superintendent B Louis D. Kelley Principal TO THE CLASS OF 1969 May the preparations of your life be suitable to your hopes and the greatness of your enterprise. Of this be sure, there is no free pass that will admit you to a full life. But if the effort you make appears to be hard or boresome, recall your purpose and quest, then the problems of every day life will seem trivial. Louis D. Kelley 15 William L. Kelly Assistant Principal 1 School Committee Front row: John Hebden, Lucia Johnson, and Walter Scanlon. Back row: Donald Jackman, VC ' alter Cavanagh, and Arthur Tighe. I I I 1 1 j i Secretaries Mrs. Lowe Mrs. Austin Mrs. Codding 18 English Departm ent MARIE J. SCANLIN A.B., Emmanuel College; M.Ed., Boston State College; English Dept. Head ROBERT E. HANOLD A.B., Clark University; M.A., Boston University; English; Ski Club Advisor ROBERT R. OLIVIER B.Ed., M.Ed., R.I.C.; English; Creative Writing; Junior Class Advisor; Red Cap Advisor JUDITH E. COBB B.A., University of Massachusetts, Grad. Credits U.R.I.; Drama; Speech; Senior Play; Speaking Contest; Speech-drama activities and Assemblies KATHLEEN M. HUTCHINSON B.A., Regis College; English; German; German Club Advisor MARY E. COOGAN A.B., Regis College; English; Sopho- more Class Advisor MICHAEL L. PELLETIER B.A.; St. Francis College; English; In- tramural Basketball Moderator; J.V. Basketball Coach; J.V. Baseball Coach; Freshman Class Advisor DONALD H. RHEAUME B.A., U.R.L; English RUTH M. WADDICOR B.A., M.A., Brown University; English; Reading JEANNE H. WHITTEMORE B.A., U.R.L; English; Sophomore Class Advisor 21 Math Department ROLAND L. BROUSSEAU B.S., Providence College; M.Ed., R.I.C.; Math Dept. Head ROBERT J. GASTELLO B.S., Ed., R.I.C.; M.A.T. Brown Uni- versity; Math SHEILA A. GUERIN B.A., Boston College; Math; Freshman Class Advisor ROBERT J. PERRY B.S., Northeastern University; M.A.T., R.I.C.; Math ROBERT A. MILLER Ed.B., M.A.T., R.I.C.; Math JEAN M. TOLINI B.A., Boston College; Math; Freshman Class Advisor 22 Language Department JOHN J. BEVILAQUA B.A., University of Massachusetts; M.A., Middlebury College; French; Senior Class Advisor MARCEL P. DUHAMEL A.B., R.I.C.; French FRANK J. KELLEY A.B., Providence College; German; Weight Lifting Club — Moderator; Gui- tar Club — Moderator; German Club — Moderator; Senior Play LILLIAN E. OUARANTA B.S. Ed., Kent State University; Latin; English; Student Council Advisor; Ski Club Advisor 23 Social Studies ' EDWARD L. MEADE B.A., M.A., Boston College; History Dept. Head MARTHA M. FRUTCHEY B.A., Grinnell College; M.A.T., Brown University; History; Sociology; National Honor Society Advisor JOSEPH A. DERMONT B.S., University ot Scranton; M.A., History Loyola University; National Honor Soc. Advisor ROBERT L. GUTHRIE B.S. Ed., Bridgewater State; History; Football; Baseball Coach ROGER A. FRECHETTE B.S., Keene State College; History ROGER J. THIBAULT B.A., Providence College; Grad. Work, University of Georgia; Yearbook Ad- visor 24 Science Department ij CLINTON S. JOHNSON I Sc.B., Brown University; B.Ed., R.I.C.; I M.S., U.R.I.; Chemistry Dept. Head! Science Dept. Chairman; Science Club Advisor BARBARA E. COCHRANE A.B., Sweet Briar College; Biology; Future Teachers’ Club Advisor PHILIP G. LEVENDUSKY B.A., Psychology, Cambridge Senior College; University of Massachusetts; Biology; Gen. Science t JOHN MITCHELL 8 B.S. Ed., Bridgewater State; Worcester i Polytechnic; Science I STEPHEN ' E. TEN EYCK A.B., Biology; Gettysburg College; Biology 25 Commercial Department ALICE M. HALL B.S., M.Ed., B.U.; Business; Business Dept. Head MARGARET E. LALIBERTE B.S., Bryant College; B.Ed., M.Ed., R.I.C.E.; Junior Class Advisor MARY F. TALTY B.A., Boston College; Boston University; Business KATHLEEN M. ROWAN B.S., Bus. Ed., Bryant College; Short- hand; Typing 26 Practical Arts ELIZABETH P. INGRAM B.S., Framingham State; Student Council Co-Advisor; Child Care — Foods FREDERICK HORAN M.A., New York University; Shop SHEILA M. REILLY B.S., Framingham State; Home Econom- ics — Clothing ALFRED J. SLOWE B.S., Durfee College Tech.; M.Ed., Bridgewater State College; Practical Arts Dept. Head GORDON S. BAINBRIDGE B.F.A., R.L, School of Design; Art As- sociation JOSEPH P. CONNOLLY Power Mechanics 27 D.E. Special Ed. M. JACK BALKIND B.S., Boston College; M.Ed., Bridge- water; Distributive Ed.; D.E.C.A. Ad- visor HENRY J. McDEED B.A., Providence College; M.A., R.I.C.; Cross Country Coach; Special Education Coordinator Nurse Librarian JOSEPHINE C. DAWSON R N., Lowell General Hospital; Nurse; Cheerleader Advisor MARY E. ERVING B.A., Emerson College; Librarian; Sen- ior Class Advisor; Senior Graduation Committee Physical Education MARGO BLOCK B.S., University of Maine; Phys. Educa- tion; Coach for Girls’ Basketball KENNETH G. PICKERING B.S., University of Bridgeport; Head Basketball Coach; J.V. Football Coach ti Music Department ! ( I 1 RONALD CHRISTIANSON B.M., Wisconsin University; M.M., New England Conservatory; Director of Music RAYMOND J. VALENTE B.Ed., N.E., Consers ' atory 29 Guidance Department WILLIAM C. KUMMER A.B., Wagner College; M.Ed., Bridge- wafer; B.U., Boston State Humanities; School Psychologist i EDWARD V. FOX B.A., Suffolk University; M.Ed., State Teachers’ College in Boston; B.U., Northeastern University CHARLOTTE SITTON B.A., University of Arkansas; M.A., San Diego State College 30 33 President’s Message WAYNE WHATMOUGH Fellow classmates of 1969: I would like to give my sincere thanks to each and every one of you for the co-operation and confidence you gave to me during our years at North Attleboro High School. Going separate ways, I hope we will all use the guidance and knowledge we have received to our fullest advantage. May the very best of health, happiness and success come to you in all that you attempt. Wayne Whatmough 34 Senior Class Officers and Advisors Mr. Bevilaqua and Miss Erving Chris Lewis Treasurer Karen Bergevine Secretary Carol Childs Vice-President Wayne Whatmough President 35 PATRICIA ANN-MARIE ACHIN 68 Arnold Road " A quiet retiring manner will win many friends.” Pat . . . friendly . . . likes horseback riding . . . hopes to enter hairdressing. Cake Sale 1; Car Wash 1. RUSSELL CARL ANDERSON 117 Jefferson St. " It is the silent man who accomplishes much.” Russ . . . Ambitious . . . Great bowler . . . likes all sports ... to be a chemist. Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1; In- tramural Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4. LYNNE APPLEBY 24 Broad St. " The love of learning, the sequestered nooks, And all the sweet serenity of books.” Lynne . . . good speeches . . . enjoys reading . . . advanced biology . . . hopes to major in education. Band 2, 3, 4. DIANNE MARIE AUCLAIR Judge Street " I take life as it comes, and enjoy it.” Di ... peppy . . . talkative . . . water-skier . . . future stewardess. Guidance Office 1, 2. 3: Pep Club 2; Cake Sale 1; Scholarship Drive. EDWARD BERNARD BAKER 70 Reservoir St. " Every man is best known to himself.” Ed ... music man . . . shy . . . baseball . . . science enthusiast . . . hard worker. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra- mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowlins 1; Scholarship Drive 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Brass Ensemble 1, 2, 3. RICHARD ALLEN BARBER 459 Kelly Blvd. " Always laughing, having fun, now what mischief has he done?” Rich . . . most typical . . . easy going . . . bass guitar . . . always with a certain girl. Class President 1. 2; Cake Sale 1; Scholarship Drive; German Club. GRETCHEN ELLEN BARTH 407 Upper High St. " Her eyes are merry, her heart is gay, a lovely smile, a friendly way.” " Gretch” ... near ... soft-spoken ... Attle- boro guy . . . friendly . . . modeling school. Cake Sale 1; Pep Club; Girls ' Intramurals. JAMES ALLEN BATTERSBY 111 High St. " A little ' mischief now and then is relished by the best of men.” Bat . . . witty . . . one of the guys . . . care- free . . . enjoys basketball . . . golf course. Baseball 1; Football 1, 2 ; Intramurals 1; Variety Show 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND DENIS BEAUCHAINE 104 Sutherland Road " Neither a borrower nor a lender be.” Ray . . . ex-Feehanite . . . Are you Bob or Ray? ... drives a Mustang ... pool shark. ALAN RUSSELL BEDARD 73 Church St. " Remember, people who make no noise are dangerous.” A1 ... most talkative . . . great pool parties . . . friendly . . . creative writing expert. Cake Sale 1; Committees }, 4; Football Manager 1, 2; Senior Executive Board; Variety Show 3, 4. ELAINE ELIZABETH BEDARD 291 So. Washington St. " What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness?” Elaine . . . most likely to succeed . . . dedi- cated . . . outgoing . . . great personality . . . future teacher. Yearbook Co-Editor; Student Council 4; Red Cap 1, 2, 3. 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Vice- President 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Variety Show 2. 3, 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Guidance Office; Scholarship Drive 1. 2, 3, 4. ELAINE JOYCE BEETY 43 Sumner St. " It is better to be small and shine, than to be tall and cast a shadow.” Beebee . . . petite . . . cute . . . easy to know . . . one of Donley’s hardest workers. Yearbook 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 3. 37 MARK ALLEN BENNETT 399 Mt. Hope St. " And life is itself but a game of football.” Bennie ... the green bomb . . . All-Hocko- mock . . . easy to know . . . lives for week- ends. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Gym Club 1. MICHAEL NORMAN BENOIT 23 Moran Street " What’s the use of worrying?” Mike . . . good looking . . . mischievous . . . friendly smile . . . hopes to go into business. ALBERT ARTHUR BERARD 189 Commonwealth Ave. " Give him sports, any kind will do.” Albie . . . Most Valuable Player ... popular . . . most athletic . . . good looking . . . All- Hockomock. Track 1, 2. 3; Football 1. 2, 3. 4; Baseball 1, 2, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Captain 4; Schol- arship Drive 2, 3, 4. KAREN LINDA BERGEVINE 2 Metcalf Road " A typical example of a woman — un- predictable.” Berge . . . best line . . . hard worker ... de- pendable . . . flirt . . . future teacher. Guidance Office 3i Glee Club 1, 2; Commit- tees 1, 2, 3. 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cap 1, 2, 3. 4; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 3. 4; Drill Team 2; Class Sec. 4; Senior Executive Board 4; Cake Sale 1; Spring Concert 2; Music Festival 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4. ELAINE ANN BERNIER 57 Arnold Road " There is no accounting for the actions of a woman.” Bernie . . . friendly . . . always where the fun is ... Bernier’s Drugs hardest worker . . . future stewardess. Intramurals 2; Pep Club 2; Scholarship Drive 1; Latin Club 4. DENNIS EUGENE BIERLY " It is the mind that makes the man.” Denny . . . quiet . . . ambitious . . . outdoor sports . . . computer training. Fish and Game, V.P. 3; President, 4. PATRICIA ANN BISHOP 107 Roosevelt Ave. " I agree with no man ' s opinions, I have some of my own.” Pat . . . level-headed . . . good friend . . . witty . . . hopes to attend art school. German Club 1; Driver-Ed. 2; DECA 4; Pad 6, 4; Art Club 1, 3. ERNEST JOHN BLAIS 269 Hoppin Hill Ave. " The less said, the more done.” Ernie . . . sports enthusiast . . . loves physics . . . M r. C’s drummer . . . engineering. Band 4; Intramural Basketball 1; Weight Lifting 1, 4; Gym Club 1; Wrestling Club 4; Golf 3. 4; Variety Show 3; Latin Club 2, 3. DEBORAH LOUISE BLAISDELL 75 Reed Avenue " Let’s live for today.” Debbie . . . our model . . . cute . . . full of fun . . . wittiest . . . styl ih dresser. Drill Team 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Variety Show 1. 2; Cake Sale 1; Scholarship Drive 1. 2; Intramurals 1; Pep Club 1, 2. JAMES THOMAS BLODGETT 54 Avery Street " His quietness is deceiving.” Jim . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . . hopes to join the Air Force . . . interested in elec- tronics. C. DAVID BROWN 60 Kenneth Kostka Dr. " Enjoy when you can, endure when you must.” Dave . . . Attleboro’s loss — our gain . . . Charlie . . . hot car ... humorous . . . Brad- ford Room. Golf 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 4. JAMES WILLIAM CARLEY 50 Chestnut St. " Work fascinates me; I could sit and watch it all day.” Jim . . . likes to hunt ... a real pool shark ... the ' ' Cue " ... hopes to work in the forestry service. Intramurals 1; Scholarship Drive 1, 2. DEAN ROBERT CARLSON 24 Metcalf Road " Easy to know, easy to like. " Dean . . . friendly to all ... one of the Met- calf gang . .,. great skier . . . Abbot Run . . . future oceanographer. Band 1, 2; Ski Club 1. 4; Cake Sale 2; Scholarship Drive 3. I LEIGH RICHARD CARLSON 24 Metcalf Road " Sober but not serious, quiet but not idle.’’ Leigh . . . another member of the Metcalf gang . . . great skier . . . future oceanographer . . . but shorter. Band 1, _2; Ski Club 1, 4; Cake Sale 2; Scholarship Drive 3. MICHELLE CARPENO 191 Donald Tennant Circle " Softly she speaks and sweetly she smiles.” Michelle ... warm ... sincere and quiet ... feminine . . . neat as a pin . . . future secre- tary. SUSAN JOYCE CARPENTER 25 Towne Street " Perseverance is a stepping stone to fame.” Sue . . . quiet . . . likes sports smart . . . a sincere friend . . . math major. Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Cake Sale 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3; Captain, Field Hockey 4; Honor Society 3, 4. DEBORAH ANN CARR Rudon Drive " Keep smiling, everyone will wonder what you’ve been up to.” Debbie . . . friendly . . . talkative . . . manager of the Senior Float . . . dedicated worker. Red Cap 1, 2, 3, 4; Color Guard 2; Scholar- ship Drive 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Year- book 4; Senior Executive Board; Guidance Office Worker 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Cake Sale 1; Committees 1. 2, 3, 4. 40 JEAN MARY CAVANAGH 225 Elm Street " Although she had much wit, she was very shy of using it.” Jeannie ... petite ... sings well ... intelli- gent . . . enjoys sailing . . . future language teacher. Honor Society 3, 4; Future Teachers ' Club 4; Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; A Cap- pella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Double Quarter 1, 2: S.E. Mass. District Chorus 3; Music Festi- val 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Guidance Office Worker. JOHN J. CAVANAUGH, JR. 25 Lafayette Street " A wise man will make more opportuni- ties than he finds.” Cav . . . quiet . . . likes golf, tennis, bowling . . . hopes to be an engineer. Baseball 1; Weight Lifting 1, 4; Latin Club 2. 3: Wrestling 4. TIM CERRETO 64 Bank St. " Ask no questions. I’ll tell you no lies. " Slip ... mischievous ... T-Bowl ... good looking ... plans to attend art school. KATHLEEN JOYCE CERRONE 16 Hawthorne Street " Silence is golden but I would rather talk.” Kathy . . . loves parties . . . talkative . . . plans to be a secretary . . . where the action IS. Drill Team 1. 2; Pep Club 1. 2; German Club 1; Office Worker 1; Glee Club 3; Intra- murals 1. JOSEPH DONALD CHABOT 19 Avery Street " A good man makes others good. " Joe . . . friendly . . . plays guitar . . . the Venturas . . . hard worker . . . wants to be a C.P.A. Intramural Baseball 1, Bowling 1; Guitar Club 2, 3. 4; Usher 3. ANN CHARLEBOIS 65 Ivy St. " I ' ve taken my fun where I’ve found it.” Annie ... Bernadette ... liveliest ... most spirited ... cute ... remembered for her per- formances in rallies . . . witty. Cake Sale 1; Pep Club 1. 2; Red Cap 1, 2. 4; Cheering 4; Student Council 2, 4; Senior Executive Board; Intramurals 1. 41 CAROLE EDITH CHILDS 674 East Washington St. " Nothing is impossible to a willing heart. " Carole . . . dependable . . . sincere . . . likes to laugh . . . has a certain interest in Bridge- water . . . Best-All-Around. Vice President 3, 4; Senior Executive Board 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Spring Concert 1, 2; Cake Sale 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Red Cap 2, 3, 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1. 2. 3, 4. RONALD ROSS CHRISTIANSON 39 Edgewood Drive " Impossible is a word I never utter.” Ron . . . ambitious . . . Franjaie Guballa’s Polka Band . . . future doctor . . . our great shot putter. Honor Society 3, 4; Band 1. 2, 3. 4; Brass Quartet; Wind Ensemble; Trumpet Trio; Spring Concert 1, 2, 3. 4; Music Festival 1. 2, 3, 4; Mass. District Band and Orchestra l ' . 2, 3, 4; Mass. All-State Band; Student Council 3. EDMUND JOHN CLAVETTE South Greenwood Lake " Where words fail, music speaks.” Chopper . . . loyal band member . . . hot car . . . interested in drafting. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 1, 2; Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT FRANCIS CLOUTIER 22 Clifton Street " Of all noises, I think music is the least disagreeable.” Mucker ... a great pianist . . . enjoys paint- ing and electronics . . . happy-go-lucky. Band 2, 3, 4; Variety Show; Dance Band; Art Festival; Spring Concert 1. 2, 3, 4; Cake Sale 1; Brass Ensemble. TERRANCE DIXON COOKE 52 Bulfinch Street " Examine what is said, not him who speaks.” Terry . . . Cookie . . . parties . . . fun ... in- terested in sports . . . class flirt. Art Club 1, 2, 3; Gym Club 1, 2; Intramur- als; Art Festival Committee; DECA 4. CHRISTINA ANNE CONRAD 337 Kelly Blvd. " Everything is worth talking about.” Chris ... parties ... always happy ... a flirt . . . plans to be a secretary. Guidance Office Worker 1, 2; Pep Club 1. 42 RICHARD AUSTIN COOPER 600 Towne Street " Leave undone whatever you hesitate to do ' .” Coop . . . friendly . . . future toolmaker . . . hard worker . . . good carpenter. Cake Sale 1; Senior Play Construction 2, 3, 4 ; Stage Manager }; Fish and Game Club 1. 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN CRONIN Raymond Hall Drive " Variety is the spice of life.” Pat . . . Road Runner . . . active . . . likes gym . . . hospital worker . . . enjoys horseback riding . . . would like to join VISTA. German Club 1. 3; Scholarship Drive 3; Color Guard 4. SUSAN GRAY CROSSLEY 61 Metcalf Road " As merry as the day is long. " Sue . . . talkative . . . always in pain ... fu- ture nurse . . . swimmer. A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3. 4; Guidance Office Worker t. 2. 4; Band 1. 2; Cake Sale 1; Music Festival 1. 2 3. 4; Drama Club 1; Yearbook 4. ROBERT FRANCIS CROTEAU 18 Hixon Court " Why should the devil have all the fun ? " Bob ... a real cut-up . . . neat dresser witty . . . ladies ' man . . . ambitious. Bishop Feehan Intramurals 1. 2. I DEBORAH JEAN DAWES 828 Mendon Road " The learned understand the reason of art; the unlearned feel the pleasure.” Debbie . . . friendly waitress . . . contributing . . . future secretary. Cake Sale 1; Red Cap 1, 4; Office Worker 1. 2, 3; Basketball 2, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Art Club 1, 2; Field Hockey 4; Committees 4. DARLENE MARY DENIS 14 Kenneth Kostka Drive " A smile for every girl and two for every boy.” Squeaky ... go go girl . . . best dancer . . . secretary. Office Worker 3; Guidance Office 3; Variety Show 3. 43 ROBERT DENNEN 15 Meadowview Dr., Attleboro " Most powerful is he who has himself in his own power.” Bob . . . has roots in Attleboro . . . plavs a hot guitar . . . quiet confidence . . . jovial. Guitar Club 3, 4; Intramurals; Variety Show 3. 4. NANCY JEAN DEVLIN 118 Grove Street " It is a world of style and possibilities. " Kerry ... an individual always . . . nice smile . . . enjoys cooking. Office Worker 3; Bishop Feehan Color Guard. BERNARD JOSEPH DIAMOND 70 Grove Street " It matters not how lon you live, but how.” Bernie . . . smoothest ... a teal wit . . . Prudence Island . . . ex-Feehanite will join the business world. Bishop Feehan: Football Basketball, Baseball 1, 2; Football 4. DENNIS DODD DOLFIE 140 So. Broadway " The cautious seldom err.” Den . . . Red . . . smart ... a real worker . . . enjoys camping and outdoor sports . . . a great future in forestry management. Marching and Concert Band 2, 3. 4; Baseball Manager 2; Honor Society 3. 4. ROBERT JESSE DOLLEY 265 Mt. Hope St. " Caution is the eldest child of wisdom.” Bob . . . reserved . . . quiet but friendly . . . determined worker . . . plans include C.P.A. career. MARIANNE DOUCETTE 14 Circular St. " Humility often gains more than pride.” Duce . . . congenial . . . tall blond . . . polite . . . enjoys sewing . . . plans to be a secretary. WILLIAM JOSEPH DUFOUR 466 No. Washington St. " I will praise any man who will praise me.” Bill . . . one of the men . . . outspoken . . . plays all sports ... “Mother’’ ... has a wit all his own. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1. 2, 3, 4; Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3. 4; ' Variety Show 2. THOMAS DUNN 117 Hoppin Hill Ave. " Life is not a bowl of cherries.” Tom . . . most spirited . . . fun loving . . . friend of Miss Reilly ... 71 .. All Sun District Team. Football 1, 2, 3. 4; Cake Sale 1. PATRICIA EMERSON 65 Church St. " Happiness: everyone speaks of it, few really find it. " Pat . . . likes to talk . . . always working . . . tennis player . . . likes horseback riding. DECA Club 4. RODERIC ESSEN 153 Kelly Blvd. " He is every other inch a gentleman. " Rod . . . most dependable . . . authority on MG’s ... witty ... Dakotas ... wants to go to Europe. Yearbook 4; Track 3. 4; Student Council 4; Cross Country 3; Variety Show 3, 4; Commit- tees 2, 3 . 4; Intramural Basketball 4. CAROL LYNNE FISH 26 Lakeview Ave. " Few things are impossible to diligence and skill.” Carol . . . soft-spoken . . . very smart . . . National Merit Scholar . . . soprano. Choir 1, 2. 3. 4; Band 1. 2, 3. 4; Red Cap 3; Variety Show 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Scholarship Drive 2, 3. RICHARD ALAN FITZPATRICK 34 Kendall Street " Great actions speak great minds.” Fitz . . . lively . . . drummer . . . Madonna Manor . . . likes water-skiing and surfing . . . trackman. Football 1; Gym Club 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 4; Band 1. 45 NANCY LU FONTAINE 254 Reservoir St. " Patience is the best remedy for every trouble.” Nancy . . . full of fun . . . cute . . . parties . . . secretary-to-be. Drill Team 1; Pep Club 1. PETER FONTAINE 15 Phillip St. " Good humor makes all things toler- able.” Pete . . . friendly to all . the greens keeper . . . Rich LeCompte ' s protege . most con- genial. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 1, 2, 3. 4; Intra- murals 1, 3, 4; Scholarship Drive. JUDITH MARY FONTNEAU 24 Spring Street " A wise and understanding heart.” Judy . . . dependable . . . serious . . . music lover . . . hospital worker. Cake Sale 1; Band 1. 2, 3; Choir 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Driver Education 3; Yearbook 4. LYNN ROSE FRAZIER 314 Commonwealth Ave. " There is no substitute for sincere earnestness.” Lyn . . . witty . . . cheerful . . . likes outdoor sports . . . good worker. Color Guard 2; Pep Club 1, 2; DECA Con- responding Sec. 4. JOHN FRIETAS, JR. 43 Dodge Avenue " Wit and wisdom are born with a man.” Jobn . . . best dancer . . . funny _. . . flirt . . . D.E. . . . Bengy . . . plans to join the Coast Guard. Cake Sale 1; Art Club 1 2, 3; DECA Fund Raising Committee. Chairman 4. ALLYN DAYLE GARDNER 368 Towne Street " Her voice was ever soft, gentle and low, an excellent thing in a woman.” Allyn . . . soft-spoken . . . seamstress . . . Denny . . . smart . . . hopes to be a fashion designer. Honor Society 3, 4; Fl ower Girl 3; Fashion Show; Yearbook 4. DONNA LEE GERAGHTY 488 Cumberland Ave. " Wherever there is a human being there is a chance for kindness.” Donna . . . always smiling ... a friend to all ... unusual laugh . . . interested in I.B.M. Band, Choir 1, 2, 4; Paper Drive. KEITH MERRICK GIBSON Mansfield Road " Life is very short and very uncertain; let us spend it as well as we can.” Keith . . . liveliest . . . likes blondes . . . white VW . . . enjoys swimming . . . future teacher. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1. 2 3, 4; Gym Club 1, 2; Variety Show 2; Scholarship Drive; Cake Sale 1; Intramurals. CAROLYN RUTH GILLESPIE 100 Stanley Road " Poets are all who love, who feel great truths.” Lyn ... future poet ... sincere always willing to listen ... journalism. A Capella 3.4; Office Work-r 1, 3; Drama Club 1. 2, 3; Scholarship Drive 2. 3; Cake Sale 1; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. ROY WILLIAM GODIN 90 Paine Road " None but himself can be his parallel.” Leroy . . . big number 70 ... ladies ' man . . . likes sports . . . often seen at the bowling alley . . . future teacher. Football 2, 3. 4. CAROL ANN GRAASS 135 Anawan Road " A constant friend is a thing rare am hard to find.” Carol ... ambitious ... most athletic ... dedicated . . . seamstress . . . hopes to teach. Drill Team 1. 2, 3; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Majorette 4; Yearbook 4; Library Worker 3; Spring Concert; Office Worker 3: Music Fes- tival 1, 2, 3, 4; Guidance 4; Cake Sale 1; Committees 1, 2, 3 ,4; Fashion Show 3. 4; Red Cap 2. 3; Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 4; Pep Club 1. 2. 3: French Club 1. 2, 3; Art Club 1; Basketball, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1. 2; A Capella 4. BERNICE ELLEN GRZENDA 251 Bungay Road " What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to humanity.” Bernie . . . sincere . . . diligent worker . . . quiet . . wants to attend jr. college. Red Cap 1; Glee Club 1, 2. 3; A Capella 2, 3. 4; Intramurals 1; Bowling 1; Science Fair I. 47 ERNEST HARVEY GUIMOND 15 Oak Street " By the work one knows the workman. " Ernie . . . ’63 Impala . . . likes cars and girls . . . truckdriver . . . future mechanic. Scholarship Drive. J. SUZANNE GUISE 245 Mt. Hope St. " Eashion must be bought, style one must possess.” Suzanne . . . sophisticated . . . hard worker . . . Richie . . . likes people .... wants to work in a bank. Cake Sale 1; Red Cap 1, 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Intramurals; Scholarship Drive 1, 2. 3, 4; Office Worker 1. 2, 3; Variety Show 2; Pep Club; Committees 3, 4. SHARYN ELIZABETH HALL RED 1 Chase St. " Take everybody ' s advice, then do as you please.” Sher . . . artistic . . . quiet . . . plans to go to Johnson and Wales . . . clerical specialist. Drama Club 1, Scholarship Drive 1, 2; Li- brarian 1: Band 2, 3; A Capella 1. 2, 3; Office Worker 2. 4; Guidance Office 4; Yearbook 4: Art Club 2, 3; Art Festival 2, 3; District Concert 1,2. CHRISTINE LEE HAMMOND 116 Smith St. " We loved her for herself alone.” Chris ... cheerful ... always smiling ... enthusiastic . . . cute . . . most congenial loves sailing . . . plans to teach. Student Council 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1; French Club 3: Office Worker 4; Drill Team 1. 2, 3: Majorette 4; Cake Sale 1; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Bronxville Exchange; Honor Society 3. Pres. 4; Intra- murals 1, 2; Variety Basketball 2, 3, 4; Co- Captain 4; Softball 2. 3, 4; Variety Show 1. 2. 3. 4; Music Festival 1, 2, 3. 4; Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship Drive Captain 1. 2, 3. GLENN CIARENCE HARMON 4 Orchard Dr. " Be silent and safe . . . silence never betrays you, " Glenn . . . enjoys skating and horseback rid- ing . . . wants to teach. Bowling 1; Scholarship Drive 1, 2. ROBERT HASTIE 14 Coral Road " Virtue and good sense — an agreeable friend. " Bob . . . quiet . . . soft-spoken . . . plans to enter the business world. CHRISTINE ELIZABETH HILLMAN 58 Old Post Road " The fewer the words the greater the profit.” Chris . . . soft-spoken . . . enjoys swimming . . . always smiling . . . college. Bowling 1; Drama Club 1; Cake Sale 1; Red Cap 5; Variety Show Usher 3. ELAINE HIRSH Depot Street " A good laugh is sunshine in the house.” Hirshy ... outspoken ... enjoys sewing ... wants to be a registered nurse. Cake Sale 1; Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 4; In- tramurals 1. FRANK THOMAS HIRSH Depot Street " Youth is wholly experimental.” Tom . . . likes a good time . . . one of the Depot St. Gang . . . ' 52 Dodge. WILLIAM HJERPE 28 Grant Street " The great man is one who does a thing for the first time.” Bill ... our man from Canada ... best-look- ing ... likes hockey ... " Mase " ... cool parties . . . plans to be a doctor. Yearbook 4: Ski Club 2, 3: Student Council 3: Intramurals 1, 2, 3. DARNELL LANE HORMAN 718 Pales Road " The sincere alone can recognize sin- cerity.” Dino ... enjoys basketball, skating, and drawing . . . free with advice. Pep Club 1; Drama Club 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2; Bowling 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Intramurals 1. 2; Spring Concert 1, 2; Scholarship Drive 3. LINDA LORRAINE HOUDE 10 Westside Avenue " Virtue proceeds through toil.” Lin . . . friendly . . . Madonna Manor . . . likes summer activities. Cake Sale 3; Scholarship Drive 2. 3: Bishop Feehan: Choir, Glee Club, Christmas Festival. 49 JANICE MARIE JANSSEN 373 So. Washington St. " There is no wealth but life.” Jan . . . always a smile . . . wonderful to know . . . neat . . . will make a great nurse. Cake Sale 1; Student Council 1, 2, 3: Senior Executive Board 4; Glee Club 1. 2, 3; A Capella 4; Pep Club 1, 2; French Club 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4. PAUL ALBERT JETTE 334 So. Washington St. " Fortune is not on the side of the faint-hearted.” Jet ... " one-track " mind ... quiet, but not when you know him . . . friendly . . . plans include college. Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; Cross Country 4; Football 1; Weight Lifting 1, 4; Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4. MARY LOUISE JOHNSON 36 Glenfield St. " To lose a friend is the greatest loss of all.” Mary . . . works at Kings . . . Rene . . . en- joys bowling. Gfee Club 1, 2; Bowling 1; DECA Public Relations. ROBERT ANDREW JOHNSTON 180 Kelly Blvd. " He ' s a good friend that speaks well of me behind my back.” Bob . . . Bliss Dairy . . . enjoys sports . . . hard-working . . . future plans include teach- ing. Intramural Basketball 3. 4; Yearbook 4; Scholarship Drive 3, 4; Band 1, 2. HEATHER LOUISE JOHNSTONE 17 David Road " A smile is the same in all languages.” Heather . . . always there to help . . . constant smile . . . likes horseback riding . . . flirt. Glee Club 1; Drama Club 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 1. 3; French Club 3; Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 3, 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Variety Show 3; Cake Sale I; Red Cap 1, 2, 3, 4; Guidance 3, 4; Office Worker 3; Future Teacher 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Girls ' State Alternate 3; Flower Girl 3. STEPHEN FRANCIS JORDAN 177 Fisher Street " Confidence is the companion of suc- cess.” Crash . . . enjoys Pawtucket . . . plans include college and California . . . friendly. Football 1; Track 1; Gym Club 1. 50 f MARLA ANN JUUSOLA 49 Colburn Street " Air and manners are more expressive than words.” Marla . . . smoothest . . soft-spoken . . . very feminine . . . neat . . . plans include college. Music Festival; Spring Concert 1. 2; Variety Show 3, Drill Team 1, 2; Office Worker 1, 4; Scholarship Drive 1, 2; Driver Education Class Secretary 1, 2. Student Council 3, 4; Intramurals; Cake Sale 1; Yearbook 4; Red Cap 3, 4; Committees 1 2, 3, 4. JOHN JOSEPH KARSULAVITCH 269 West St. " The beginning of all great things is small.” John . . . very talkative . . . plans to enter the business world . . . enjoys good music. FAITH HOPE KENISTON 95 Richards Ave. " Her ways of pleasantness and all her paths of peace.” Faith . . . quiet ... a real friend . . . likes DECA. Drama Club 1; DECA 4; Pad 6. LAURA JEAN KENNEY 405 Kelley Blvd. " Art is the surest and safest civilizer.” Laura . . . artistic ability . . . likes horses . . . quiet smile. Color Guard 4; Art Club 1, 2; President 3. 4; Scholarship Drive 1. 2; Driver Education }. LEONARD WILLIAN KINZLE 422 Reservoir St. " It takes a great man to make a good listener.” Big L ... lively . . strong . . . 428 Ford . . . plans include the Coast Guard. DECA Club; Football 2; Student Government Day Representative 4; DECA Parliamentarian. LINDA MARIE KIRYLO 138 Jefferson St. " The most useful virtue is patience.” Linda ... friendly ... enjoys reading ... Associated Arts . . . plans to be a secretary. Glee Club 1. 51 JANET SANDRA KORMAN 382 Old Post Road " Personality is the key to success. " Janet . . . smart . . . Creative Writing . . . plans to teach . . . talkative. Bowling 1; Cake Sale 1; Glee Club 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Scholarship Drive 1, 2; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 ; French Club 3: Future Teachers ' Club 3, 4 ; Red Cap 3; ' yearbook 4. DOUGLAS JAMES KNOWLES 24 Sumner St. " Everything’s funny, as long as it ' s hap- pening to the other guy. " Doug . . . best line . . . witty . . . Sun ' n Fun . . . enjoys life ... a flirt. Intramurals 4; Football 1. 2, 3; Baseball I, 2; Basketball 2; Freshman Cake Sale; Variety Show 3, 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 . SUSAN ELLEN KYDD 72 Fisher St. " Conscience is the pulse of reason. " Sue . . . quiet ... a real worker . . . hopes to travel . . . dedicated to DECA . . . may join VISTA. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3. 4; Cake Sale 1; Variety Show 2; DECA: United Fund; Intramurals; Dance Band; Art Club 3, 4 . ROLAND ALBERT LANDRY Oakridge Ave. " Ask and you shall receive. " Rollie . . . talkative . . . VW . . . News Bu- reau . . . likes water sports. Scholarship Drive I, 2, 3; Bowling 1. JOHN JOSEPH LANG, III 6 Hunting St. " Man’s capacities have never been measured.” Twang ... " Bullet” ... Park Terrace ... " 101” ... one of the " Metcalf Gang” ... great basketball player. Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4; Football 3; Track 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Gym Club 1; Variety Show 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. DONNA LEE LANGILLE 21 Edmund Corrigan Rd. " Nothing is so contagious as enthu- siasm.” Donna . . . enjoys life . . . active majorette . . . cute . . . would like to travel. Drill Team 1, 2, 3; Librarian 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Majorettes 4; Scholarship Drive 1. 2, 4; Guidance Office 2, 3; Office Worker 4; Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4. 52 LORRAINE DIANE LAPRE 345 Old Post Road " All the world is a stage, and most of us are desperately unrehearsed.” Lori ... a real lady . . . intelligent . . . ma- ture . . plans a career as a therapist. Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook 4 . MADELYN LA VERY 212 Mt. Hope St. " A little mischief is often necessary for obtaining a great good.” Lynnie ... cutest ... unpredictable ... " cut it out” . . . fun to have around . . . Becker Junior College. Art Club 1, 4; Drill Team 1; Red Cap 1. 2, 3. 4; Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 4; Glee Club 1; Variety Show 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Student Council 4; Senior Executive Board; Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4. CHRISTINA LEWIS 291 Towne St. " A winning way, a pleasant smile, dressed so neat, and quite in style.’ Chris . . . most popular . . . neat . . . Junior Prom Queen . . . smart . . . hopes to teach . . . great asset to the class. Red Cap 1, 2; Yearbook 4; Pep Club 1; In- tramurals 1, 2, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Art Club 4; Class Treasurer 3, 4; Guidance Office 3. EVA ANNA KATARINA LILJA Hoppin Hill " My idea of an agreeable person is a person who agrees with me.” Eva . . . best dressed . . . active . . . model . . . green Camaro . . . trips to Sweden and Florida. Intramurals 1, 2; Variety Show 2; Varsity Basketball 1, 2; Yearbook 4; Cheerleader 3, 4. GLENN ALAN LINCOLN 1 1 Clifton St. " Life is my college. May I graduate well, and earn some honors.” Link . . . quiet . . . studious . . . calculus . . . track man . . . future teacher. Track 1, 2, 3. 4; Baseball t; Basketball 1; Football 1; Future Teachers 1; Intramurals 1, 2. 3. 4; Guidance Office Worker 3. MICHAEL LOCKWOOD 29 Bucklin St. " A man, he seems of cheerful yesterdays and confident tomorrows.” Mike ... sharp dresser ... " slick” ... hoop star ... a sincere friend. Variety Show 1. 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 4. 53 ROBERT WILLIAM LUND 235 High Street " I trust everyone but I always cut the cards.” Bob . . . likes to have a good time . . . mis- chievous . . . Randalls . . . will join the Ma- rines. DECA Vice President 4. DENNIS RAYMOND LYNCH 826 Mendon Road " Men of few words are the best men.” Denny . . . friendly . . . likes sports . . . Air Force . . . plans to get married. Audio Visual 3; DECA 4. TIN WAI MAH 209 East St. " We must have perseverance, and above all, confidence in ourselves.” Tin . . . enjoys stamp collecting . . . quiet . . . intelligent . . . likes math . . . likes to travel . . . future engineer. ELAINE MARIA MAIONE 174 Broadway " What costs the least and does the most is just a pleasant smile.” Elaine . . . friendly personality . . . nice to everyone . . . will work with IBM computers. Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Drill Team 2; Red Cap 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Cake Sale 1; Schol- arship Drive 1, 2, 4; Spring Concert 2. IP MICHAEL JAMES MAITLAND 484 High Street " No one knows what he can do until he tries.” Mate . . . sports enthusiast . . . happy . . . travel . . . armed forces. Baseball 1, 2, 3; Track 4. KAREN SUSAN MARSELLA 215 Arnold Road " She enjoys life in a different way.” Karen . . . serious . . . Newberry ' s . . . talka- tive . . . future hairdresser. Red Cap 1, 2; Scholarship Drive 2, 3. LAURIN LEE MARX 275 High St. " Her thoughts, her motions, create an aura of individuality.” Laurin ... best looking ... " unreal” — peppy . . . dependable . . . hopes to teach. Class V.P. 1, 2; Sec. 3: Drill Team 1, 2, Head 3: Majorette 4; Office Worker 1, 2, 3; Spring Concert 1. 2, 3, 4; Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 2, 3: Red Cap Edi- tor-in-Chief 4; Yearbook 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Pep Club 1. 2; Scholarship Drive 2, 3; Senior Executive Board 4. MICHAEL EUGENE McDERMOTT 93 Peck Street " But men are men; the best sometimes forget.” Mac ... an individualist . . . quiet . . . wants to travel to California. DAVID KENNETH McELWEE 103 Stanley St. " There never was a saint with red hair.” Dave . . . electronics ... ski patrol . . . likes surfing . . . will attend technical school. Ski Club 1; Audio Visual 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling Intramural Basketball I. JOHN PATRICK iMcMAHON 37 Prospect St. " For man is man and master of his fate. " Stanley . . . Stop and Shop . . . witty . . . most ambitious . . . outdoor sports . . . plans to " help " Uncle Sam. Football 1. 2; Track 1; Intramurals; Senior Executive Board; DECA President 4; Weight Lifting 1. JOSEPH EDWARD McMANUS 101 Holmes Road " My heart is warm with the friends I make. " Joe ... an artist . . . guitarist . . . great imagination and wit . . . friendly. JAMES MICHAEL McNALLY 97 Stanley St. " The day most wholly lost is the one without laughter.” Jimmy . . . silent, shy, peace loving . . . future in auto mechanics. Baseball 1. EILEEN MARIE McNAMARA 363 Broadway " Small, . . . but who ever complains about the size of dynamite?” Moose . . . petite . . . cute . . . Gordon’s . . . hopes to enter hairdressing. RICHARD MELANSON 193 Smith St. " Silence is more eloquent than words.” Rich . . . likes coin collecting . . . quiet . . . chess . . . plans to go to business school. DEBORAH RUTH MERIGOLD 70 Basswood Ave. " What’s life but to be happy?” Debbie . . . quiet . . . petite . . . neat . . . dresser . . . Bradford Room . . . future hairdresser. Scholarship Drive 2, 3; Library Worker 3. DEBRA LEE MILLER 54 Bucklin St. " The secret of happiness is something to do.” Debbie . . . Grant’s cashier . . . boys . . . boys ... boys . . . Foxboro . . . wants to be a hairdresser. Guidance Office 1, 2; Paper Drive 4; DECA Treasurer 4. DONALD W. MESSIER 130 Freeman St. " I exist as I am — that is enough.” Don . . . very quiet . . . hot car . . . will someday be a first-class auto mechanic. GERALDINE ELIZABETH MINER Weona Road " The music that can deepest reach and cure ill, is cordial speech.” Get . . . nice . . . Peace Corps . . . senior band member . . . future as a nurse. Choir, Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Dance Band 2, 3; Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fait. SUSAN JEAN MIRAMANT 226 Smith Street " Friendship is the only cement that will hold the world together.” Sue . . . always smiling . . . likes art ... Color Guard captain . . . interior decorating. A Capella 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Spring Con- cert 2, 3, 4; Music Festival 2, 3, 4; Color Guard 2, 3, 4; Red Cap 1. 2, 3, 4; Guidance Office 3, 4; Yearbook 4; .Variety Show 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Scholar- ship Drive 1, 2, 3, 4; Committees 1, 2, 3. 4; Intramurals 1, 2. DALE ELLEN MOONEY 7 Stonehill Road " Sincerity and truth are the basis of every virtue.” Dale . . . most typical . . . active . . . kind . . . Seats . . . hopes to attend business school. Committees 1. 2, 3. 4; Senior Executive Board; Pep Club 1. 2, 3; Yearbook 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Student Council 3, 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Spring Concert 1, 2; Music Festival 1, 2; Red Cap 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 2, 3. KAY VERONICA MOONEY 445 No. Washington St. " She looks as quiet as a lamb, but look again ...” Kay ... " Smooth” ... Sears ... witty ... hopes to join VISTA. Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Red Cap 1, 2, 3. 4; Cake Sale 1; Committees 1. 2, 3, 4; Scholarship Drive 1, 2. 3. CHRISTINE LOUISE MOORE 163 Grant St. " A little bit of seriousness mixed with a dash of fun.” Chris . . . daring ... a good listener . . . wants to be a nurse. Red Cap 1, 2. 3. 4; Color Guard 2, 3: Choir 4; Yearbook 4; Pep Club 2. 3; Scholarship Drive; Committees 1, 2, 3. 4; Variety Show 3. I f fl CHRISTINE ANN MOWRY 70 Barrows St. " If I lose my honor, I lose myself. " Chris . . . lively . . . California girl . . . new at NAHS and DECA ... hopes to be a stewardess. Ski Club 2; Dance Committee 2; Basketball 1. 2; Choir 1, 2; Pep Club 1. 2. SHEILA EILEEN MURCHY 15 Mount Hope St. " Fun and seriousness in the right proportions.” Murch . . . cute . . . Jack and Harry’s . . . great personality . . . plans to marry. 57 JEFFREY JOHN NELSON 105 Mount Hope St. " What is life without fun?” Jeff . . . best dressed . . . smooth . . . Mustang . . . always at the " " Y”. Class Treasurer 2; Dance Committee 2, 3; Red Cap 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1. 2. 3, 4 ; Golf 1, 3, 4; Cake Sale 1; United Fund 2. JAMES ALAN NEWBURY 607 Mt. Hope St. " To know how to wait is the great secret of success.” Jim . . . likes to enjoy himself . . . Newport Creamery ... Nube ... Swimming pool drives a hot Valiant . . plans include col- lege. Fish and Game Club 1, 2, 3: Football 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Science Club 1, 2. JAMES RICHARD NOYES 284 Old Post Road " They can conquer who believe they can.” Jim . . . tall . . . smart . . . humorous . . . " Noisy” ... trackman ... hopes to be an engineer. Class Treasurer 1; Track 2 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 2, 3. 4. MICHAEL O’CONNOR 171 Fisher St. " I am slow of study but have gained my experience.” O ' Toole . . . enjoys surfing . . . " Wheezy " . . . plays a mean organ . . . likes fishing. Band 3. PATRICIA RUTH O’NEIL 207 Reserv’oir St. " A little mischief relieves the monot- ony.” Pat ... quiet . . . skiing . . . First National cashier . . . likes to dance. DECA 4. LYNN ELIZABETH PANCHUK 121 High St. " Most of all I like to talk. " Linnie . . . friendly . . . Baldwin’s best sales- lady . . . sophisticated . . . likes reading and acting. Drama Club 1, 2; A Capella 3, 4. 58 SUZANNE ELIZABETH PARISEAU 318 Mount Hope St. " My heart is warm with the friends I make. " Suzie . . . likes horseback , riding . . . out- spoken . . . hopes to work for IBM. Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Committees 1, 2, 3. 4. RICHARD JOSEPH PAULOUSKY 176 Elm St. " The sharpest humor is the briefest, the most visual. " Rich . . . witty . . . sports minded . . . loves to play basketball . . . unique personality. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. LYNNNE KAREN PERCEVAY 58 Jay Street " The only proof of ability is action.” Lynne . . . easy going ... a lot of fun to be with . . . tall . . . VISTA. Red Cap 1. 2, 3, 4; Scholarship Drive; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Committees 1, 2, 3. 4; Variety Show 3; Yearbook 4. LAURALEE PETERSON 6l Hoppin Hill " She enjoys life in her own happy way. " Lee . . . Abbott Run . . . sense of humor likes skiing . . . college in future. Red Cap 4; German Club 2. 3; Pep Club 2 . MICHAEL FRANCIS PHIPPS 130 Chestnut St. " In what he leaves unsaid I discover a master of style. " Mike ... easy going ... likes all sports ... good wit . . .college. Football 1, 3; Basketball 1; Baseball 1, 2; Track 3. 4; Science Club 1; Yearbook 4; Weight Lifting 1, 4. DIANE MARIE POIRIER 17 Horne St. " The only way to have a friend is to be one. " Di ... flirt . . . cute . . . enjoys dancing and music . . . plans include teaching. Music Festival, Concert 1. 2. 3, 4; Basketball 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, German Club 3; Art Club 1, 2; Choir 1. 2. 3, 4; Drill Team 1. 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Color Guard 3, 4; Variety Show 2, 3: F.T.A. 4; Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 4. 59 ANNE RUTH QUILITZSCH 30 Moran St. " Well timed silence hath more eloquence than speech.” Anne . . . most dependable . . . summers at Hampton Beach . . . quiet . . . likes to ski ... to go to college. Music Festival; Choir; Committees 1, 2, 4; Scholarship Drive 3; Yearbook 4; Office Worker 1; Future Teachers ' Club, Sec. 3, President 4; Band 1, 2. 3: Red Cap 3; Pep Club 3, 4. FREDERICK EDWARD QUILITZSCH 30 Moran St. " The world knows nothing of its greatest men. " Quil . . . most likely to succeed . . . 20 . . . sincere ... a real friend . . . unique sense of humor. Football 1. 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; Intramur- als. PATRICIA IRENE RENNICK 886 Mendon Road " It is easier not to speak a word at all than to speak more words than we should.” Pat . . . quiet . . . dependable . . . future teacher. A Capella 3, 4; Glee Club 3. 4; Spring Con- cert 3; Yearbook 4. NANCY ABIGAIL REYNOLDS 132 Grant St. " Who has not flirted a little?” Abby . . . class flirt . . . red Corvair . . . likes horseback riding . . . IBM school. Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Bowling 1; Committees 1, 2. 3. 4. KENNETH RIEL 300 Allen Ave. " There is likewise a reward for eloquent silence.” Ken . . . quiet . . . auction worker . . . likes horseback riding . . . one of Mr. Connolly ' s boys. JONATHAN MacDONALD RHIND 74 Kelly Blvd. " One machine can do the work of fifty ordinary men. No machine can do the work of one extraordinary man.” Jon ... the A. V. man . . . gun club . . . piano player . . . photography . . . future TV technician. Audio Visual 1, 2, 3, 4; Fish and Game Club 4. PATRICIA ELAINE RIEMERSMA 58 Johnson St. " The mildest manners and the gentlest heart. " Pat . . . from Ohio . . . polite . . . smart . . . a real lady . . . likes water-skiing. Honor Society }, 4 ; Hockey Team 4. CYNTHIA RILEY 1001 Mt. Hope St. " However rare true love is, true friendship is rarer.” Cindy . . . most contributing . . . friendly . . . head majorette . . . dependable . . . smart . . . likes skiing. Glee Club 1, 2; Spring Festival and Concert 1, 2, 3. 4; French Club 3; Color Guard 1; Pep Club 1. 2, 3; Drill Team 2; Honor So- ciety 3, 4. Secretary 4; Committees 1. 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Co-Editor 4; Intramurals; Ma- jorette 3, 4; Head 4; Variety Show 3. NANCY RILEY Weona Road " Nothing is as contagious as enthu- siasm.” Nancy . . . cute . . . lively . . . little red Fiat . . . water-skier . . . wants to travel. A Capella 2, 3; D.E. Recording Sec. 4; Paper Drive 4; Cake Sale 1. DOUGLAS JOSEPH RIOUX 35 North Ave. " One’s eyes are what one is, one ' s mouth is what one becomes. " Doug . . . often voices opinions . . . cute . . . likes tennis . . . works at Vig’s . . . ambitious . . . sure to be a success. Track 1. 2. 3. 4; Student Council 2, 3. Presi- dent 4; Football 2; Variety Show 3; Cake Sale 1; Senior Executive Board 4. RAYMOND WILLIAM RIPLEY 55 West St. " Wit is the salt of conversation.” Rip . . . hard worker . . . Baseball Cali- fornia . . . great drummer . . . quiet — until you know him. Baseball 1; Fish and Game Club 1; Variety Show 3; DECA 4. STEVEN THOMAS ROBERTS Cumberland Ave. " I can resist everything but temptation.” Steve . . . lively . . . talkative . . . friendly mischievous . . . likes hunting and fishing. Intramural Basketball 2. 3. 61 PATRICIA MARGARET ROSE 86 Pleasant St. " A quiet smile leaves a good impres- sion.” Pat . . . dependable . . . quiet Madonna Manor . . . would like to be a nurse. Intramurals 1; A Cappella 3. 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Art Club 3, 4; Scholarship Drive 3, 4; Yearbook 4. ROBERT SACCO 17 Sunset Ave. " I can be pushed just so far.” Rob ... Buzzy . . . neat dresser drives a Cougar . . . hot temper . . . smart ... in- terested in math and science. Football 1; Track 1; Baseball 1; Senior Ex- ecutive Board. JANET KAREN SAMSON 52 Maple St. " What we learned with pleasure we never forget.” Janet . . . often seen in Attleboro — out- spoken . . . horseback riding . . . would like to attend business school. Office Worker 1; Pep Club; Intramurals. SUSAN FRANCES SANFORD 4 Sumner St. ■ ' What is life without fun?” Sue . . . likes sewing . . . nice smile . . . fun- loving . . . enjoys bowling and swimming. DECA Club 4; Pad 6. MARC SARAZIN 92 Spruce St. " People stop progressing when they cease to possess individuality.” Marc ... non-:onformist ... ex-Feehanite . . . the Du Maurier Kid . . . hopes to go into communications. CLIFTON WILFORD SAUERLINDER 69 Peck Street " Wit is very useful to one who knows where, when and how to use it.” Rocky . . . witty . . . good friend . . . outgoing . . . likes art ... salesman. 62 DAVID WILLARD SCANLON 67 Reed Ave. " No great genius is without an admix- ture of madness.” " Big Bad Dave” ... witty ... Dairy Queen . . . brain . . . future engineer . . . pyrotechnics expert. . Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Camera Club 4; S.E.M.R.A.N.H.S. Vice President 4; German Club 3, 4; Math League 2; Variety Show; Yearbook 4. STANLEY ALLEN SENECHAL 71 Fisher St. " No task’s too steep for human wit.” Stan the Man . . . gym enthusiast ... re- membered for his speeches . . . plans to travel. Track 1. FLORENCE LOUISE SIMPSON 10 Leonard St. " Nimble thought can jump both sea and land.” Flossy . . . sincere . . . works at Cooks . . . " Lov " ... likes swimming ... Johnson and Wales ... a future secretary. Scholarship Drive 3. PATRICIA MADELINE SMITH 82 Division St. " Good words are worth much and cost little.” Pat . . . good natured . . . likes sewing . . . London ' s salesgirl . . . hopes to be a buyer . . . appears quiet. Cake Sale 1; Pep Club 1, 2; DECA 4. STEPHEN JOSEPH SULLIVAN 150 Arnold Road " My way of joking is telling the truth; that is the funniest joke in the world.” Sully ... wittiest ... " si, si, si” ... Bunnie . . . active . . . loves Comparative Government . . basketball. Football 1, 2. 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Vari- ety Show 2, 3, L SUSAN JANE SUTHERLAND Huntsbridge Road " The most useless day of all is that in which we have not smiled.” Sue . . quiet . . . yellow Camaro CATHY JEAN THIMOT 320 Smith St. " Sincere and sweet, a lady in every way.” Bucky . . . shyest . . . likes horseback riding . . . fun loving . . . hard worker . . . Blusher. Glee Club: Intramurals; Cake Sale 1. BRADFORD MARTIN THOMPSON 25 Pleasant St. " The past before I came seems dull.” Buggs . . . one of the guys . . . often seen at the " Y " ... " Rabbit. " Football 1; Intramural Basketball 2. 3, 4. LINDA LOUISE TOURIGNY 10 School St. " Never a dull moment.” Linda . . . blue Mustang . . . likes to ski . . . " Trig " ... tennis ... college. Glee Club 1, 2; A Cappella 3; Art Club 1, 2; Art Festival 1, 2; Scholarship Drive 1. 2; Cake Sale 1; German Club 1, 2; Usherette Senior Play; Committees 2, 3, 4; Math League 2; Variety Show 3. DAVID N. TUCKER 29 Church St. " Everything comes if a man will only wait. " Dave . . . quiet . . . Jiffy Chef . . . army life . . . good friend . . . immediate goal — his diploma. RICHARD DOUGLAS TURCOTTE 249 West St. " Whatever he did was done with ease.” Rick . . . cutest . . . big flirt . . . lively . . 42 . . . Turk . . . college. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Weight Lifting 1, 4. DEBRA LYNNE ANNE VALLEY 456 Paine Road " You can ' t believe everything you hear, but you can repeat it.” Debbie ... " Mustang Sallie " ... flirt ... sunglasses . . . Park Terrace . . . future secre- tary. Drill Team 2; Majorette 3, 4; Red Cap 1, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Intramural; Cake Sale 1; Pep Club; Spring Concert and Music Festival 2, 3. 4; Art Festival 3, 4; Guitar Club 2. DENNIS EDWARD VANDETTE 574 Broadway " Let them call it mischief; when it is past and prospered it will be virtue.” Denny . . . helpful . . . Fernandes . . . mis- chievous . . . witty . . . really enjoys life. JOHN KERRY VIGORITO 42 Crescent Ave. " An honest man is the noblest work of God.” Vig . . . smart . . . wants to manage a busi- ness store . . . college. Science Club 1; Writers Club 2; German Club 3; Honor Society 3, Treasurer 4; Yearbook 4; Variety Show 3; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. CANDACE WALL 36 Ash St. " A kind heart is a fountain of gladness.” Candy . . . sincere . . . petite . . . water-skier . . . smart . . . very nice to know . . . college. Math League 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4; Yearbook 4; German Club 3. 4; Music Festival 1. 2, 3: Spring .Concert 1, 2, 3; Honor Society 3. 4; Red Cap 3; Art Club 3; Pep Club I. 2; Art Festival; Guidance Of- fice 1. 4; Cake Sale 1. LINDA MARIE WARD 965 Longview Dr. " Good nature brings many friends.” Lin . . . good disposition . . . quiet ... re- sponsible . . . wants to teach. Pep Club 3; Red Cap 3; Honor Societv 3, 4; Future Teachers ' Club 3; German Club 3; Yearbook 4; Guidance Office 3. 4; Commit- tees 3. I CHARLOTTE IVA JULIENNE WARREN 63 Peck Street " A woman of joy makes friendL” Charlie . . . sincere . . . Woolworth’s best salesgirl . . . hopes someday to be a manager. Field Hockey 4; Intramurals; JV Basketball 2. 3; Glee Club 3. 4; A Capella 1, 2. 3: Band 1, 2, 3; DECA Publicity Chairman 4. FRANCIS XAVIER WEBB, JR. 27 Brook St. " Fortune is not on the side of the faint-hearted.” Law Man ... wants to " help " Uncle Sam ... likes horseback riding and hunting ... tall . . . will enter the business world. Intramurals 1; Basketball 1, 2; Audio Visual club 3. 65 EILEEN MARIE WEBBER 109 Orne St. ' It is no matter what a woman believes if she is only sincere.” Webbies . . . most sincere . . . wants to be a secretary ... dependable ... Wamsutta. Cake Sale 1; Banner Carrier 1. 2; Pep Club 1; Glee Club 1. MARJORIE ANN WELLS 69 School St. " And where she walked happiness fol- lowed. " Margie . . . neat . . . friendly . . . plans to marry, German Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Intramur- als I, 2. V GEORGE DONALD WESTON, III 193 Mount Hope Street ' " Very peppy, full of fun, a good friend to everyone.” Donny . . . guitarist . . . Pat . . . The Mods . . . " Horse” . . . plans to get married. ■Variety Show 3; DECA 4. WAYNE ALAN WHATMOUGH 20 Division St. " The deeds of the leader shaii live.” Wayne . . . most populai ... a born leader . . . Mr. President . . . college. Class President 3. 4; Student Council 1; Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Variety Show 3; Senior Executive Board. Intramurals 1, 2; Committees 3, 4; Scholarship Drive 1, 2. MICHAEL EDWARD WHITE 26 Roosevelt Ave. " You believ ' e easily what you hope for earnestly.” Whitey . . . likes to play a guitar . . . summer sports . . . will enter the business world. DECA 4; Gym Club 1; Variety Show 3; Baseball 1. DONNA EDITH WILLS Oakridge Ave. " A friend to all is a friend to the heart.” Donna . . . cheerful . . . active majorette . . . college. Drill Team 1. 2; Basketball 1, 2. 3; Softball 2; Spring Concert and Music Festival 1, 2. 3. 4; Office Worker 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Cake Sale 1; Girls’ State 3; Majorette 3. 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; First Lieutenant 4; Yearbook 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. SUSAN ANNE WILSON 95 Cumberland Ave. " True humor springs not more from the head than from the heart.” Sue . . . enjoys bowling . . . humorous . . . New Yorker . . . warm smile. DECA Club Public Relations 4; Pad 6. DERRITH MARY WOLOSHYN Allen Ave. " We love her youth, her mirth, and God knows what other inexpressible charms. " Wally . . . most ambitious . . . peppy . . . friendly ... sports cars ... one of the Donley Girls. Cake Sale 1; Softball 2; Intramurals 1, 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Senior Executive Board; Art Festival 1, 4; Art Club 1, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Committees 1. 2, 3. 4; Variety Show 3: Yearbook 4; Scholarship Drive 2, 3. ANDREW JOHN ZIELINSKI .55 Peterson St. " What he most wants to get out of school is himself.” Moke . . . good looking . . . neat dresser . . . likes cars . . . man of few words. Football 2. 67 k Superlatives Most Popular Chris Lewis and Wayne Whatmough Most Congenial Chris Hammond and Pete Fontaine Most Typical Dale Mooney and Rich Barber Si r Superlatives Most Likely to Succeed Elaine Bedard and Fred Quilitzsch Most Athletic Carol Graass and A1 Berard Cutest Lynne Lavery and Rick Turcotte 69 Superlatives Most Contributing Cindy Riley and John Vigorito Most Sincere Eileen Webber and Len Kinzle Best Dressed Eva Lilja and Jeff Nelson 70 Superlatives Liveliest Annie Charlebois and Keith Gibson Best Line Karen Bergevine and Doug Knowles 71 1 Most Ambitious Derri Woloshyn and John McMahon Superlatives Best All Around Carol Childs and Bobby Lund Most Dependable Anne Quilitzsch and Rod Essen Neatest Janice Janssen and Bob Croteau Superlatives Wittiest Debbie Blaisdell and Steve Sullivan Smoothest Marla Juusola and Bernie Diamond Wi Best Looking Laurin Marx and Bill Hjerpe 73 Superlatives Shyest Cathie Thimot and Rich Melanson Smartest Carol Fish and Dave Scanlon Most Talkative Sheila Murchy and Alan Bedard Superlatives Class Flirts Gail Reynolds and Terry Cooke ,, Best Dancers f Darlene Denis and John Freitas 75 Most Spirited Annie Charlebois and Tom Dunn j I 76 Underclassmen Junior Class Officers and Advisors Chris LaRochelle Carolyn Slowe Tom Welch Secretary Treasurer President Sara Reynolds Vice President Mrs. Laliberte Mr. Olivier 78 ill ROOM 1 1st row, 1. to r.; J. Arns, C. Banville, K. Butterworth, L. Boyd, P. Beland, M. Brennan, B, Boardman, J, Calcagni, 2nd row: S, Andrews, Z. Baker, W. Budjinski, C, Bodinski, S, Brady, J, Berg, B, Barber, M, Battersby, T, Audette, ROOM 3 Jst row, 1. to r.: D, Carbary, J, Donovan, M, DcBlois, R, Calcagni, P. Cloutier, D. Chace, Nf, Coderre, D. Cobb. 2nd row: J, Coffey, R, Carr, R, Cretien, R, Doucette, C, Courchesne, D, Cosgray, S, Cerreto, S, Cleveland, S, Cook, J, Danesi, G. Cash, 3rd row: R, Dalton, R, Cambridge, G, Caldwell, W, Chaplow, S, Crosskill, J, Delaurier, B, Chellotti, B, England, J, Currier, 79 ROOM 4 1st row, 1. to r.: D. Fitzgibbons, P. Grimaldi, S. Harlow, L. Gibeault, A. Fong, C. Fraise, J. Gourlay, D. Hamilton. 2iid row: B. Hartman, P. Hickey, T. Godin, D. Evans, M. Gray, A. Healy, S. Fields, C. Hickey. 5rd row; D. Estey, M. Fenton, G. Flood, E. Glode, J. Fish, M. Gould. V ROOM 112 Ir . o r..- J. Norton, K. MacIntyre, M. Plante, C. Morriseau, M. Maciel, J. Lowman, P. Pearce, J. Riley, S. Reynolds. 2nd row; D. Lowe, P. Moore, D. Messier, L. Nelson , D. Riley, S. Messier, D. Poirier, N. Pierce, T. Monahan, J. Mohrn- heim, G. Riemersma, C. MacDonald, D. Nortrup, D. Purdy, M. Ouimet. 5rd row: D. Norman, C. Maddix, S. Pierce, P. Ouimet, K. Pickering, D. Macbeth, D. Midon, B. MacEwen, W. Masterson, A. Ripley, P. Mayer, T. McCarthy, R. Lovenbury, L. Rancourt. 80 ROOM 9 1st ujw, 1. to r.: N. Lizotte, D. Langlois, C. Lambert, C I.an ille, C. I.aRochelle, J. Jacques, P. Lonardo, L. Lemieux. 2nd row: D. Lacasse, S. Jordan, V. Holden, K. Kingsford, H Lan ;. D. Larson, R. Kni ;ht, L. Jordan, T. Jordan, ird row: B. Laramee, M. Kapitan, D. Knowles, S. Levesque, D. Krzyzek, R. Hilltnan, B. Juusola. CAFETERIA A tst row, 1. to r.: C. Theroux, C. Slowe, P. Tempi.-, K. Santsaver, N. Wenhold, S. Skawinski, V. Schriever, D. Stevens. 2nd row: B. Swift, T. Zilch, A. Thibeault, C. Yankee, M. West, M. Wilson, M. Long, W. Smith, K. Valley, D. Svend- sen, J. Smith, J. Thompson, R. Swenson, R. Viens. 5rd row: W. Svveeney, S. Wnek, P. Tetreault, B. Ryan, M. Stechauner, R. Waterman, T. Welch, T. Smith, D. St. Dennis. 81 Sophomore Class Officers and Advisors ||Sr 1 w ' 1 ||Hi 1 F . 1 If ' v J f| ■ f jj| - V Mrs. Whittemore Miss Coogan Jan Livingston Treasurer Mary Whidden Secretary Bev Horne Vice-President Bob Ward President ROOM 208 1st row, 1. to r.: C. Achin, L. Bianchi, L. Cameron, L. Carey, P. Armstrong, K. Berglund, H. Buchan, D. Blais. 2rtti row: S. Bailey, M. Calderone, M. Carlson, C. Boyle, R. Chase, C. Barrett, C. Bouthilette, C. Blaisdell, M. Auld, R. Baker, D. Caron, T. Chase. 3rc row: B. Barton, B. Chabot, N. Burns, P. Caselle, R. Bishop, E. Barber, A. Cbabot, D. Austin. ROOM 209 lu rote, 1. to r.: G. Cianfarani, K. DeBlois, J. Devoe, B. Clavette, D. Difiore, K. Dalton, C. Cooke, C. Chase. 2nd row: D. Derenzo, R. DiMonte, L. Davignon, W. Davis. S. Dohring, C. Currier, A. Danesi, K. Charlebois, P. Demers, J, Connelly, R. Crossley, J. Dolfie. 3id rou : D. DiNardo, M. Christopher, R. Degrafft, L. Chase, R. DeBois, M. Dobro, D. Connor, T. Conroy. i 83 ROOM 210 Is! row, 1. to r.: D. Guimond, C. Graves, J. Fournier, N. Dugas, A. Gerraughty, C. Hauser, P. Fontaine, J. Ham- mond. 2nd lou: S. Eighmy, W. Goyette, M. Habershaw, S. Ducharme. B. Golding, N. Emerson, L. Gellineau, R. Hathaway, B. Gullesserian, R. Gardner, M. Haviland. 3rd row: H. Fisher, J. F.tzgibbons, J. Doucette, R. Essen, R, Guimond, K. Hawes, M. Fournier, J. Hall, P. Fontaine. ROOM 214 Is! ww, 1. to r.: N. Riley, D. Schricker, R. Stevens, J. St. Denis, B. Szpila, S. Robitaille, L. Sormonti, G. Skitt, D. Rioux. 2nd row: M. Rose, T. Stevens, T. Sherman, M. Rioux, F. Smith, J. Sarazin, J. Slowe, D. Sacco, B. Thompson, M. Schweinshaut. 3rd row: R. Trudeau, G. Straker, J. Theriault, R. St. Pierre, R. Smith, M. Simmons, M. Snay, S. Robertson, D. Shay, K. Treen, J. Tramonti. 84 ROOM 211 l.U row, 1. to r.: M. Kenney, K. Hickey, B. Horne, S. Hebert, M. Lambert, D. Lambert, P. Kin sford, A. Lewis. 2iid YOU : J. Kinzle, R. Leco. G. Lincoln, B. Kistner, H. Leary, S. Hewes, C. Hjerpe, J. LeBlanc, J. Lallier, L. Lepere, L. Keniston, C. Holden, P. Krauth, ird rou: R. Lattimer, G. Jillson, T. Joyce, M. Korman, C. Huntington, B. Kelly, R. Horsky, T. Leary, G. Langille, S. Hebert, M. Johnson. ROOM 212 Is roll ' , 1. to I.: D. Lovejoy, S. Mobriant, J. Longboitt ' m, K. McKitchen, C. McGowan, P. Lund, J. Moore, J. Liv- ingston, J. Monroe. 2i d rou.- C. Metcalfe, B. May, C. McL.iughlin, C. Lovejoy, A. McGee, S. Mt ' nast, B. Lowe, K. Meharg, B. Myers, C. Mitchell. 3id you: G. Maitland, D. Lockwood, T. McManus, M. Lovely, E. Lykus, P. Merry, J. [acIntyre, T. Murphy, D McGrath, G. Medeiros. 85 CAFETERIA B Ui ran, 1. to r.: P. Phinney, N. Petti, P. Phipps, K. Purdy, J. Paiano, L. Radner, D. Pimental, P. O’Brien, 2nd Kill : I. Newbury, P. Reinhart, E. Plante, J. Nerney, J. Phipp.s, K. Peterson, R. Plante, T, Phipps, D. Riley, M. Parks, r j m i 1 n ' s • i W k 1 1 A ROOM 21‘ mic. I. m I.: E. Velino, P. ' Vician, P. White, D. M ' illiams, K. Watters, W. Wilson, M. Whidden, P. Woulfe. 2nd Kiu: P. Wihnarth, F. Wenhold, D. Hanland, D. Warburton, S. M ' aite, D. ' X ' oodbury, D. Donnelly, S, Wrijjht, R. Vi ' ard, J. Wnek, J. Whiting. 86 Mr. Pelletier Mrs. Guerin Miss Tolini Eric Graass Jol n Weston Vice-President President Lynne Lamothe Treasurer Terry Hall Secretary V 87 ; U a ’ ' Sr j ROOM 101 1. to .: S. Allard, T. Battaglia, J. Bailey, L. Caldwell, J. Brown, D. Carpenter, D. Beaupre, L. Boucher. 2i ii row: L. Beaupre. A. Bella ance, R. Ban ille, P. Bosh, S. Achin, D. Banks. D. Alger, J. Amadie. lou.- F. Battaglia, G. Bumpas, M. Blodgett. K. Buchan, G. Barrett, A. Barry, D. Anderson. ROOM 103 Isr lou. 1. to G. Childs, N. Dempster, L. Chabot, M. Chace, A. Currier. A. Casalieri, D. Corcoran, A. Coelho. 2iul rou : K. De lin. B. Carr, D. Coop.r, C. Cav anaugh, M. Cobb. R. Courchesne, D. Donnelly. 5rd row: A. Doble, W. Millet, j. Casey. , Coiims. M. Cavanaugh. M. Dargis, D. Chretian, D. Cauldvvell. 88 ROOi [ 10 i 1. Id y.: L. Gaboury, M. Gohring, S. Feder, M, Durant, D. Fuller, P. Ducliarme, L. Grenier, D. Grygalonis. 2nd row: L. Godin, B. Forbes, L. Forbes, D. Fillman, S. Greene, ' F. Gibeault, W. DeVischer. ird you: T. Gabourj-, S. Gebhardt, T. Frietas, J. Fuller, R. Du tas. R. Estrella, G. Fish, E. Graass. ROOM 10 ' ) . to y.: T. Fiall, J. Kenney, B. Hirsch, B, Harmon, C. Johnson, L. Johnsoi L. Lacasse, D. Harris. 2nd row: B. Gulick, M. Hagopian, J. Healy, D. Halstead, L. Lamothe, P Hillman, S. Habershaw. 3rd rotv: P. Guimond, N. Kinney, R. Kydd, W ' . Jordan, D. Johnstone, J. Holden, Jordan, Z. Jakuboski. 89 ■ 1 IT w i ■ iii 1 ' J 1 ROOM 106 . to r.: D. Lockhart, L. Mello, G. Langille, R. Legg, K. LaRocque, L, Matthews, D. MacNeil, E. Lew. 2W row: K. Meyers, L. Lapierre, K. McDeed, M. McNamara, K. Marshall, B. Murray, L. Larson, L. LeBlanc, P. Lussier, G. McNally. uni-: G. Mitchell, K. Larocque, D. Milot, T. Levesque, M. McFarlin, R. Lemieux, T. Love, B. McAlice. ROOM 107 . !o r.: D. Paquette, J. Peterson, D. Rader, J. Petrie, A. Pizzarelli, P. Pierce, L. Rancourt, M. Myers. 2nd row: W’. Prescott, M. Pollard, K. Park, S. Podsiadio, D. Parker, P. Paulousky, P. Poirier, W. Penney, R. Precourt, J. Payne, D. Pelchat. 3rd rou : R. Ouellette, M. Philibert, D. Pelchat, J. Plante, B Piette, W. Ogni, W. Provost, S. Osbourne, M. Rand. 90 V-7 i j ROOM 108 . h) r.: ]. Schofield, B. Renaud, B. Rhind, K. Sawyer, D. Read, N. Ripley, K. Sanlsaver, K. Rowles. 2W row: E. Sandland, D. Roberts, B. Riley, D. Rioux, E. Sherman, B. Royal, B. Rockett, C. Smith, K. Scanlon, P. Rose, D. Sawyer. 5rd row: R. Shepard, C. Reynolds, J. Shaw, J. Sabourin, R. Rudd, M. Samson, S. Rice, A. Riley, J. Reposa, C. Seekel. ROOM 109 f. to r.: M. Tatro, F. West, L. Tolliser, K. Stearns, K. Yeo, L. W ' ebb, S. Thibeault, H. Weakley. 2)id row: D. Wall, E. Vandette, R. X ' adden, T. ' Xdiite, B. Weeman, J. Soldani, T. ' X ' hite, T. West, R. Smith. 3id row: R. Summersall, E. Soullier, J. Vi ' eston, G. Stauff, J. Turcotte, G. Smith, B. Weakley, S. Webb. 91 ROOM I I . to r.: F. Giatoppo, W. Jackson, S. Deschenes, L. Davis, M. Comeau, P Boule, R. Langille, H, Dufault, K. Martin. 92 Activities Midnight Mist Junior Prom May 18, 1968 THE QUEEN AND HER COURT Janice Janssen, Lynne Lavery, Debbie Dawes, Christina Lewis (Queen), Christine Hammond, Laurin Marx, Ann Charlebois. Cherish Senior Prom February 21, 1969 1 HE QUEEN AND HER COURT Debbie Blaisdell, Darlene Denis, Marla Juusola, Chris Hammund, Laurin Marx (Queen), Chris Lewis, Annie Charlebois, Lynne La very, and Debbie Valley. Class Day I Chris Hammond and V( ' ayne Whatmoujrh CLASS HISTORY Carol Graass and Doug Rioux CLASS PROPHECY I Chris Lewis and Pete Fontaine CLASS WILL i Elaine Bedard and Keith Gibson CLASS GIFTS 100 Organizations ilL- Senior Executive Board 7 ( lou. 1. to r.: Janice Janssen, Karen Berge ine, Laurin Marx, Dale Mooney. 2iid you : Doug Rioux, Alan Bedard, Debbie Carr, Derri Woloshyn, Robert Sacco, Ronald Christianson. Student Council lit lou. 1. to r.: Liz McMahon (Sergeant-at-Arms), Carol Morriseau (Secretary), Dale Mooney (Treasurer), Doug Rioux (President), Barry MacEwen (Vice-President), Marla Juusola (Area Representative). 2nd row: Joanne Riley, Melinda Chace, Linda Boucher, Lori Beaupre, Ann Lewis, Kely Charlebois. Rod Essen, Elaine Bedard. Michelle Plante, Pam Tem- ple. Lynne La ery, Sharon Hebert, Ann Charlebois. 102 Honor Society I: Is lull ' , 1. to r.: Derri VC ' oloshyn, Cindy Riley (Secretary ' ). Chris Hammond (President), John Vigorito (Treasurer), Elaine Bedard (Vice-President), Suzanne Guise. 2 td rou: Sue Carpenter, Heather Johnstone, Linda Ward, Allyn Gardner, David Scanlon, Ronald Christianson, Marla Juusola, Dennis Dolfie. Pat Riemersma, Jean Cavanagh, Carol Fish. Ski Club ! lou. 1. to r.: Linda Tourigny, Janice Janssen, Dean Carlson (Vice-President), Chris Lewis (Secretary), Anne Quilitzsch (Treasurer), Dave McEKvee (President), Cindy Riley, Ann Charlebois, Derri Woloshyn. 2 tJ low: Laurin Marx, Debbie Blaisdell, Bob Johnston, Doug Rioux. Jay Battersby, Rod Essen, Bill Hjerpe, Dennis Dolfie, Leigh Carlson. Future Teachers Association 1 1 tow. 1. to r.: Bernice Grzenda, Glenn Lincoln (Secretary). Anne Quilitzsch (President), Margaret Rose. loii: Sue Little, Diane Poirier, Kathy MacIntyre, Jackie Lowman, Cindy Hjerpe, Jean Cavanagh, Jane De oe, Sue Messier, Heather Johnstone. 104 Red Cap f 1 1 il ■ 1 1 ll ■ w 1 1 1 Isl roif, 1. to r.: Candy Achin, Karen Meharg, Gayle Skitt, Sharon Hebert, Heather Johnstone, Linda Tourigny, Laurin Marx (Editor- in-chief), Rosemary Knight, Colleen MacDonald, Janet Moore, Diane Williams. 2iid row: Sue Messier, Jean Hammond, Chris Younkins, Paula Fontaine, Nancy Petti, Sara Reynolds, Carol Lambert, Arlene McGee, Pam Phinney, Janice Paiano, Jackie Lowman. Fish and Game Club Bottom row to top: Dennis Bierly (President), Jon Rhind, Rich Cooper, Larry Davignon. 11 ! ( I Weight-Lifting Club t 107 Art Association Ltji to right: Mr. Bainbrid e, (Advisor), Lauren Grenier, Donna Lo ejoy, Jane Devoe, Becky Riley, Margaret Kenney, Cynthia Bouthilette, Pat Rose, Guidance Workers I 1st row, 1. to r.; Heather Johnstone, Paula Fontaine, Jean Hammond, Linda Ward, Sharyn Hall, Rosemary Knight, Janet Moore, Sharon Hebert, Gayle Skitt, Diane Williams. 2nd row: Sue Mira- mant, Debbie Riley, Sue Messier, Chris Younkins, Melissa Wilson, Pam Phinney, Carol Lambert, Sara Reynolds. Office Workers 1st row. 1. to r.: Mary Maciel, Ellen Royal, Chris Graves. 2nd row: Arlene McGee, Debbie Langlois, Barbara Royal, Sue Jordan. 1st row, 1. to r.: Jackie Lowman, Sharyn Hall, Bonnie Boardman. 2nd row: Gail Langille, Bev Horne, Jan Livingston, Mary Whidden. Assistant Librarians Cappella Choir 4 4 I f % f A t 9 ' 9r- I i.i.if L-«li. »L iJi-..- lil i i J-l i , IV .■ Kl- ' ii» ' . 1 ' . l ' 2 i 7 ;o« ' . 1. to ;■.. Lyn Gillespie, Bernice Grzenda, Chris Moore, Sue Miramant, Lynn Panchuck, Janice Janssen, Anne Quilitzsch, Carol Fish, Diane Poirier, Jean Cavanagh, Donna Geraghty, Pat Rose, Sue Crossley, Carol Graass. 2nd row: Barbara Murray, Debbie Riley, Colleen MacDonald, Karen Rowles, Diane Blais, Debbie Langlois, Carol Lambert, Pauline Ducharme, Joanne Bergen, Margaret Rose, Debbie Larson, Lisa Nelson. 5rd tow: Jan Livingston, Vickie Holden, Holly Buchan, Diane Guimond, Ellen Royal, Mary Whidden, Cindy Hjerpe, Kathy Boyle. lj ti f f f Mi 1 vf ' f IlTi L - It ' S V ® ' S V . 1 Brass Ensemble Is! row, 1. to r.: Robert Baker, June Arns, Jerry Sarazin. 2nd rou : Ed Baker, Ronald Christianson, Ed Cla- vette. Bob Cloutier. I 10 lit toil ' , 1. to r.: D. Blais, W. Miller, M. Blodgett, S. Kydd, K. Stearns, J. Petrie, W. Jordan. E. Blais, J. Rickard. 2nd row; P. Rose, G. Fish, D. LaCasse, P. Ducharme, S. Jordan, S. Ducharme, G. Barret, M. McFarlin. }rd row: R. Baker, R. Cloutier, E. Baker, C. Fish, L. Appleby, R. Kydd, R. Christianson, J. Cavanagh, K. Boyle, D. Riley, D. Norman. 4tfj row: P. Farley, R. Gard- ner, B. Barton, S. Wnek, D. Dolphie, R. Rudd, J. Wnek, T. Cihace, J. Arns, E. Clavette. 5th row: T. White, C. Seekel, Z. Jacu- boski, B. Brown, J. Fish, K, Buchan, E. Royal, B. Murray, H. Buchan, J. Sarazin, G. Miner. Majorettes Left to right: Donna Wills, Laurin Marx, Debbie Valley, Cindy Riley (Head), Chris Hammond, Linda Jordan, Debbie Larson. 112 Seniors Cindy Riley HEAD Debbie Valley Laurin Marx Chris Hammond Donna Wills 113 Color Guard Sue Miramant, 1st you, 1. to r.: Pat Cronin, Debbie Lanplois, Paula Hickey. Diane Poirier, Jackie Lowman. 2nd lou: Laura Kelley, Victoria Holden. Karen Rowles. Mari;aret Rose, Judy Peterson, Melissa Wilson, Lisa Nelson, Teresa Godin, Cynthia Lan lois. 1 14 Sue Miramant HEAD Laura Kenney SENIOR Diane Poirier SENIOR Pat Cronin SENIOR 1 15 Cheerleaders Top row, left to right: Ann Charlebois, Carol Morriseau (H ad), Janice Cerrone. Middle row: Carolyn Slowe, Eva Lilja, Diane Fitzgibbons, Debbie Hamilton. Front row: Pam Temple, Sara Reynolds. 116 Eva Lilja SENIOR 117 Drill Team 1st row, 1. to r.: Dale Read, Pat Woulfe, Liz McMahon, Mae Durant, Sue Feder. 2nd row: Barbara Szpila, Lynne Chabot, Sue Robitaille, Connie Cavanaugh, ird row: Nancy Dempster, J. Longbottom, J. McKitchen, Karen Larocque, Kendra Yeo, Jean Monroe, 4th row: Gail Skitt, Jean Hammond, Maureen McLaughlin, Maria McNamara, Debbie MacNeil, Linda Godin. 5th row: Karen Purdy, Kathy Kingsford, Donna Lambert, Colleen McDonald, Judy Gourlay, Debbie Larson (Head), Jan Livingston, Janice Paiano, Arlene Mc-Gee, Chris Graves, Jane Devoe. BRONXVILLE EXCHANGE STUDENTS Laurin Marx, Wayne Whatmough, Chris Hammond 1r «LiL D.A.R. GOOD CITIZEN Elaine Bedard BETTY CROCKER AWARD Carol Fish THANKSGIVING DAY QUEEN Sara Reynolds Y earbook CO-EDITORS Cindy Riley and Elaine Bedard CIRCULATION STAFF Laurin Marx and Karen Bergevine Missing: Carol Childs, Heather Johnstone SPORTS Linda Ward (Editor) Missing: Sue Little, Sue Miramant ART STAFF Sue Miramant (Editor), Sharon Hall (Editor), Pat Rose 121 I SENIOR STAFF Lejt to right: Sue Sutherland, Linda Tourigny, Pat Rose, Lynne Percevay, Karen Bergevine, Judy Fontneau. Missing: Rod Essen (Editor), Candy Wall (Editor), Chris Lewis, Eva Lilia Bill Hierce Chris Moore. , . ACTIVITIES 122 Football THE 1968 HOCKOMOCK CHAMPS 1st rau: Rick Turcotte, Bill Dufour, Tom Dunn, Keith Gibson, Fred Quilitzsch (Co-captain), Wayne Whatmough (Co-captain), A1 Berard, Bernie Diamond, Mark Bennett. 2nd row: Mark Fenton, Tom Welch, Mark Gould, Paul Tetreault, Bob Cambridge, LeRoy Godin, Tom Smith, Rick Dalton, Walt Budjinski, Bob Juusola. 5rd row: Don Lowe, Don Krzyzek, Mike Kapitan, Darryl Northrop, Ron Wnuk, Jim Berg, Dave Caron, John Fitzgibbons, Steve Robertson. 4th row: Dennis Connor, Glenn Straker, Peter Krauth, Jim Nerney, Gary Maitland, Murray Korman, Bob Ward, Rich Plante, Mike Dobro. Coaches Art Nunes (Backfield Coach), Ray Beaupre (Line Coach), Bob Guthrie (Head Coach), Ken Pickering (J.V. Coach), Tom Schmidt (Freshman Coach) 1968 FOOTBALL SEASON HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE North 0 Mansfield 8 North 8 Oliver Arnes 0 North 20 Eranklin 6 North 15 Eoxboro 6 North 13 Canton 12 North 8 Bishop Eeehan 26 North 15 King Philip 6 North 36 Stoughton 18 North 0 Attleboro 6 124 Mark Bennett Keith Gibson Bernie Diamond Tom Dunn Fred Quilitzsch Co-Captnhi Wayne Whatmough Co-Captai)j A1 Berard Bill Dufour ( km LeRoy Godin 125 Rick Turcotte I ' ootball team 1968, On behalf of the assistant coaches and myself, I want to take this opportunity to thank each of you for making this past season one of the most exciting, rewarding, and memorable in the long and proud history of North High Football. Your desire, willingness, and sacrifices, topped only by your unc]uenchable desire and thirst to be a winner, will long be remembered in the minds and hearts of your coaches, teachers, and fellow classmates. To the ten Seniors who are leas ing, we wish you all the ver}- best. You have done more for us than words could ever express. Your names, numbers, and accomplishments will never be forgotten. hu. 128 r I J Jt JjLi ' 131 Basketball 1st ruu : Jeff Nelson, Pete Fontaine, A1 Berard (Captain), John Lan , Steve Sulliva n. 2nd row: Ron Wnuk, Mike Lock- wood, Mike Kapitan, Pete Merry, Mark Fenton, Steve Robertson, ird row: Carl Mitchell (Mana ter), Doug DiNardo, Mr. Pickering (Coach), Bob Ward, Mr. Pelletier (Coach) 1968 BASKETBALL SEASON HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE North 46 Bishop Feehan 51 North 51 Attleboro 70 North 49 Mansfield 46 North 61 Franklin 63 North 53 Canton 59 North 52 Sharon 50 North 72 King Philip 44 North 40 Foxboro 42 North 50 Stoughton 61 North 53 Oliver Ames 52 North 68 Mansfield 65 North 65 Franklin 40 North 49 Canton 50 North 66 Sharon 54 North 76 King Philip 60 132 It is difficult to express my feelings concerning the climactic culmination of this year’s basketball season, that being of course the overwhelming victory over Attleboro. After twenty-two long and tedious years a Red Rocketeer Five, sup- ported by a highly spirited student body and faculty, defeated a strong Tech Tourney bound team from Attleboro. As a player here at North, I was de- nied that victory for four years, but on February 28, 1969, a group of young men achieved the impossible because they refused to be denied. This year’s basketball team displayed the desire, de- termination, and love of the game that is necessary to achieve such a task. Led by an inspiring group of Seniors they accepted the challenge, time after time, and in every contest were a credit to themselves, their school, and their com- munity. The year 1969 will long be remem- bered in North Attleboro as the year the Jets won the Super Bowl, Nixon be- c;UTie President, and North beat Attle- boro in basketball. It is a fitting tribute to a great team and to the Class of ’69. 133 One of the more widely attended spectator sports at North Attleboro High School is basketball, and this year more than ever before. North fans have jammed into gym- nasiums at every school in the Hockomock League to see the great North Five in action. These boys have had a fantastic season which will long be remembered. What makes the North team so different this year? If one word alone could be used to describe the dif- ference, it would undoubtedly be " team- work.” Certainly each player is a star in his own right, but the teamwork noticed by- all is the reason for the North team’s great success. 135 Track f rou ' , SENIORS: A1 Berard, John Lang, Rich Fitzpatrick, Paul Jette (Captain), Glenn Lincoln, Rod Essen, Doug Rioux, Mike Phipps. 2nd row: Dwight Estey, Steve Andrews, Barry Ryan, Doug Macbeth, Barry Mac- Ewen, Steve Wnek. ltd row: Steve Robertson, John Dolfie, Jeff Wnek, Todd Chase, Dennis Connor, Mike Habershaw. 136 137 I ! I The track team is made up of some of the most dedicated and self-disci- plined boys at North High. Practices are long and gruelling because of the necessity of being in excel- lent physical shape. But these boys apparently feel that the victories are more than worth the hardships and disappointments in- volved. 138 139 Baseball Ul row, 1. to r.: Doug Dinardo, Bob Ward, Paul Tetreault, Tom fcCarl•hy, Darryl Northup, Roland Provost. 2nd roll ' , 1. to r.: Mike Kapitan, Don Lowe, Bill Dufour, Keith Gibson, Dennis St. Dennis, Mr. Guthrie. Baseball is another one of North High’s sports pro- grams. Its dedicated players have the enthusiasm needed for a successful team. Their hard practices and wind sprints build up each player’s individual stamina, needed for those long games. Whether it’s the teamwork in the outfield or the individual bat- ters; North has the will and power to win. Girls’ Basketball Varsity Isl row: Sue Carpenter, Diane Poirier, Carol Graass (Co-captain), Chris Hammomi (Co-captain), Darnell Hormon, Janice Janssen. 2nd row: Tina Stevens, Colleen MacGowan. Lorraine Lemieu x, Debbie Larson, Jan Livingston. Pam Kingsford, Beverly Horne, Pam Phipps. Junior Varsity lu row: Debbie Carpenter, Pat Pierce, Barbara Carr, Mary Whidden, Pat Lund, Beth Sherman. 2rtd row: Debbie Parker, Kathy Scanlon, Kelley Charlebois, Pat Carey, Cindy Cooke, Terry Hall, Derry Rioux. 143 Golf Golf is a sport involving patience and a great deal of concentration. The members of the golf team know more than others the impor- tance of these qualities, for with- out them even the slightest suc- cess is impossible. Practicing in early April snow and fmstration and pres- sure on the ninth hole are only a beginning to all the problems a golfer experiences. But the satisfac- tions such as a straight drive down the fairway or a victory after a hard match, make it all worthwhile to the members of the North High Golf Team. Left to right: Pete Fontaine, Ernie Blais, Jeff Nelson, Jay Battersby, Dave Brown. 144 Cross Country Steve Habershaw, Mike Habershaw, Steve Andrews, Jeff VC’nek, Todd Chace, Mr. McDeed (Coach), Ste ’e Wnek (Captain), B arry MacEwen, Paul Jette, Barry Ryan, and John Dolfie I I I i Steve Wnek was the captain of this year ' s first cross-country team. The boys had a very successful sea- son, winning five and losing two. They finished third for the year in the Hockomock League. 145 I ' Girls’ Field Hockey I This year a new sport, girls’ field hockey was introduced at North. The girls, though coached well by Miss Block, had a poor first season. They nonetheless became highly skill- ful this year and are looking forward to much success next autumn. Barbara Carr, Pam Phipps, Derri Rioux, Laurie Cameron, Pat Pierce, Lorraine Lemieux, Sue Carpenter (Captain), Miss Block (Coach), Debbie Rioux, Donna DiFiore, Cathy Dalton, Paula Fontaine, Mary Whidden, and Bev Horne I 1 ■ i Girls’ and Boys’ Physical Education Each student at North High is required to take four years of physical education. Though we hear an occasional grumble from students rushing to the locker rooms, it is generally agreed that gym can be fun. Co-Editors Cindy Riley and Elaine Bedard When we first realized that this yearbook would be our responsibility, we envisioned many new ideas for it. Through the hard work and co-operation of several people, all our hopes for the 1969 Northern Light have come true. We would like to thank all who helped us attain our goal. First of all we thank Mr. John Levis, our Taylor Publishing Company Representa- tive in Attleboro. His guiding suggestions and encouragement have been valuable to us. Mr. Warren Tarsagian, our photographer from Lorings’, has spent many hours in capturing life as it is at North High. We appreciate his interest and professional opinion. The man who has spent the greatest amount of time with this book is Mr. Roger Thibault. Without his direction and patience we would not have succeeded. But the greatest thanks go to the various staffs who have made this book the success that it is. Elaine and Cindy 148 Advertising We would like to thank all the patrons in the Attleboro area who have advertised in this year’s Northern Light. Our book could not have been published without their support. The Class of 1969 149 PROFESSIONAL PAGE Robert and Henry Bedard, DMD Paul W. Achin, DDS Robert J. Welch, DMD 150 PRIDE We make each of these rings with equal pride and equal dedication. Each ring confers on its wearer a special distinction. Each, in its way and place, is a badge of very special achievement. The members of the Balfour production team are proud of those who have earned the life- time right to wear these fine rings L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY Jewelry ' s Finest Craftsmen 151 V.EST POINT For Over 75 Years An Active Part Of North Attleboro ' s Economic And Civic Growth WEBSTER CO. 152 Congratulations to the Class of 1969 HENRY L NEWBURY INSURANCE AGENCY — ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE — 554 Kelley Blvd. North Attleboro, Mass. Phone 699-8734 153 Every Wall is a Doo f Emerson 25 CUSHMAN STREET ATTLEBORO FALLS MASSACHUSETTS 02763 Congratulations FITZGERALD MOTORS INC. Route I South Attleboro 154 Compliments of 155 Congratulations to the Class of 1969 ATTLEBORO TRUST COMPANY " THE ACTION BANK " CHAMBER OF COMMERCE I to r: Stuart MacBride, Thomas Caruso, Fern Mandevllle, Arthur Devoe 156 ' ' i Congratulations OSCAR A. HILLMAN AND SONS Coin-Operated Automatic Car Wash WALL ' S INC. Coin-Operated Laundry and Dry-Cleaning MAYTAG THE DEPENDABILITY PEOPLE 157 Congratulations to the Class of 1969 STANDARD CHAIN CO., INC North Attleboro, Mass. R. S. GILMORE, INC. 158 NORTH ATTLEBORO CHRONICLE COMPANY Commercial Printer and Publisher Best Wishes DONLEY MFC. CO., INC. 159 Congratulations From THE STUDENT COUNCIL FULLER BOX CO. INC. 150 Chestnut Street North Attleboro, Mass. 160 M. A. VIGORITO 8 N. Washigton S+. North Attleboro, Mass. Compliments of ATTLEBOROUGH )RPC lS BANK INCORPORATED I860 161 MAILING BOXES • FANCY BOXES • DISPLAYS " BOX COMPANY 521 M+. Hope Street Main Office Attleboro Falls • Mass. 02763 JETTE FUNERAL HOME Commonwealth Ave. r EARL C. FOSTER SON Shell Furnace Oils Attleboro Falls, Mass. h NERNEY MOTOR SALES, INC 74-78 West Street Attleboro, Massachusetts Compliments of METALS CONTROLS INC. A CORPORATE DIVISION OF Texas Instruments INCORPORATED 34 Forest Street Attleboro, Massachusetts Compliments Congratulations PLAINVILLE STOCK CO. Pla inville, Massachusetts 164 Compliments of ALDO ' S PIZZA Compliments of RILEY BROS. LUMBER NIGHT SERVICE RESIDENTIAL AND INDUSTRIAL R. M. BURNER SERVICE INC. — Complete Heating and Cooling — Sales and Service Radio Dispatched tor Better Service ROBERT J. MERREY 104 Hollis Street Brockton, Mass. Tel. JU 3-5822 MINER ' S INC. . . . Furniture . . . 16 Richards Ave. North Attleboro 617-695-6581 RAINBOW PIANO FURNITURE MOVERS INC. Congratulations North Attleboro. Mass. MAN DEVI LLE CHEVROLET INC. AGENT NORTH AMERICAN VAN LINES INC. North Attleboro, Mass. Telephone 699-4464 Beauehain s INC Lumber and Building Materials ARTHUR P. BEAUCHAINE Congratulations to the Cla $s of 1969 SWIFT AND FISHER, INC. 149 Chestnut Street North Attleboro, Mass. 166 SCHOFIELD HARDWARE CO. BORO SAND AND STONE INC. Washed Sand and Stone Products 54 North Washington St. North Attleboro, Mass. Plain Street North Attleboro, Mass. HOLMAN INSURANCE B J AGENCY, INC. JEWELRY CO. 27 Pleasant Street Attleboro, Mass. Phone 222-0794 35 Robinson Street Attleboro Falls, Mass. G. HOWARD MORSE. JR. President and Treasurer " We insure everything under the sun " 167 Compliments of Compliments of REEVE ' S NORTH AHLEBORO PACKAGE STORE ASSOCIATION Congratulations! NORTH ATTLEBORO FOUNDRY COMPANY, INC. BARBER ELECTRIC COMPANY BERNIER ' S PHARMACY Compliments of PAUL A. BERNIER, Reg. Ph. 2 South Washington Street Telephone — 699-8842 North Attleboro, Mass. HI-LO MEAT MARKET Compliments of BRIGHT TOP, INC. DALE SAUSAGE COMPANY 168 1 i RAHEY ' S DRIVE-IN Route I North Attleboro, Mass. Hamburgers — " Nothing but the best " ALICE ' S SHOP 57 North Washington Street North Attleboro, Mass. Tel. 699-8911 Infants ' , Children ' s and Women ' s Apparel FloraFax and TeleFlorist Wire Service THE FLOWER STUDIO ' Flowers Whisper What Words Cannot Say ' PEG O’NEIL. Prop. 226 Park Street North Attleboro, Mass. Tel. 695-3600. Nite 695-6952 Compliments of NOLAN ' S FLOWERS B 0 ASSOCIATES, INC. 286 Harvard Street Brookline, Mass. 02146 Congratulations INTERBORO LAUNDRY INC. •- R,V. MCGOWAN INSURANCE AGENCY INC. 188 NORTH WASHINGTON STREET. NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. 02761 BERGEVINE ' S ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION 80 Pleasant Street Attleboro, Mass. 169 LINLEY ' S SERVICE STATION Gasoline — Motor Oils — Greases Corner of East and Elm Compliments of Compliments of WESTCOTT CONSTRUCTION COMPANY GORDON ' S Route 1 Congratulations ' Seniors PRO-VENTILATING CO. Compliments of NATIONAL FENCE CO. South Washington St. Fan Engineers 38 Peck Street North Attleboro Massachusetts 02760 170 Best Wishes REID ' S T. V. APPLIANCES SWEET MANUFACTURING CO. Gilbert Street West Mansfield, Massachusetts 02083 Area Code 617 339-2961 401 725-71 15 WO YEARS OF SERVICE WHITMAN HOWARD, INC. ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS 89 BROAD STREET BOSTON MASS FRENCHIE ' S SERVICE STATION Tires and Tubes 695-9090 North Attleboro Compliments of DIAMOND FUNERAL HOME NORTH END SUPERETTE 64 Park St. North Attleboro, Mass. ACHIN ' S GARAGE 321 North Washington St. North Attleboro, Mass. Compliments of THE COMMERCIAL PRESS PRINTERS 171 Compliments of LORETTA ' S BEAUTY SALON 62 North Washington St. Congratulations! ART ' S CLEANSERS BRUART MFG. CORP. Contract Manufacturing 78 East Street North Attleboro, Mass. Elm St. North Attleboro Congratulations Class of 69! Compliments of W. H. RILEY SON, INC. THE BROOK MANOR 61 North Washington St. North Attleboro RINGUETTE ' S MARKET Serving the Connmunity Since 1873 172 60 Eddy St. " Quality Meats and Groceries " JEPSON TOOL CO. Meta! Specialties FRANK MILLER SON TOOLS and DIES 72 Elm St. — North Attleboro— MY 5-642 1 Mt. Hope Street Attleboro Falls, Mass. Compliments of JIFFY CHEF Home Style Cooking HARRY SIORAS Compliments of UNION THEATER Proprietor 20 N. Washington St. North Attleboro Attleboro, Mass. Compliments of Compliments of A FRIEND 1 J. P. REYNOLDS CO. Compliments of BRIGGS ' NURSERY 173 Compliments of COLONIAL FLORIST BRIGGS ' NURSERY COLONIAL FLORIST Compliments of THE FALLS SHOPPING CENTER M M JEWELRY COMPANY Stamping and Stonecutting 72 Elm Street North Attleboro FRIENDLY ICE CREAM SHOPS East Washington Street North Attleboro, Mass. Famous For Quality — First For Service KENNETH A. ATWILL, D.M.D. Compliments of S. M. HEAT TREATING COMPANY CRAIG D. HOBSON. M.D. Compliments of HERITAGE HOMES. INC. Rolling Hills Estates North Attleboro, Mass. MILTON E. JOHNSON. M.D. LAFRATTA ' S STORE 327 Chestnut Street North Attleboro, Mass. BRISTOL TRAVEL INC. ROBINSON ' S SHELL Attleboro Falls Compliments of DORWIN LUMBER CO. RO-JACK ' S FRUITLAND CHESTNUT STREET BODY SHOP 75 Chestnut Street 174 Congratulations From BRISTOL GLASS Glass For Every Purpose BILL ' S GARAGE whiting Street North Attleboro, Mass. SUGAR " N " SPICE PASTRY SHOPPE 164 Commonwealth Avenue ASHER’S NORTH ATTLEBORO FLOOR COVERING COMPANY 4 Commonwealth Avenue, Attleboro Falls HERMAN ASHER (Proprietor) Phone 695-9222 THE NIFTY NOOK 51-53 North Washington Street North Attleboro. Massachusetts 02760 Cards — Gifts — Yarns Congratulations CARLTON H. BLISS INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. Compliments of ZILCH ' S GARAGE THE VALENTINE COMPANY. INC. Attleboro Falls, Massachusetts Royal Typewriters RAY LANDRY ' S PLUMBING AND HEATING 405 East Washington Street RICHARD HAIR STYLISTS Congratulations to the Class of 1969 EDWARD G. LAMBERT INSURANCE AGENCY ARM ' S PARK MOTELS. INC. BURGER CHEF ' JAMES M. GARRITY. ' General Contractor 1 ( 939 Newport Avenue, South Attleboro Compliments of B L cleaners j Wigs and Fails — Our Specialty PETER PAN BEAUTY SHOP 59 North Washington Street 175 Congratulations Class of 1969 BALDWIN ' S OFFICE SUPPLY Compliments of A. T. PARKER INSURANCE CO. Preferred Since 1883 The Leading Energy Supplier to Massachusetts Schools QUINCY OIL CO. 56 Federal Avenue Quincy, Mass. 773-2500 WALTER B. EDWARDS Electrical Contractor JOSEPH R. G. GELINAS INSURANCE AGENCY Room 3, 36 N. Washington Street North Attleboro, Massachusetts 02760 214 Broad St. North Attleboro Business: 695-0366 Residence: 695-6481 Representing The Travelers Insurance Companies
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