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

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YOU are a child of the universe, No less than the trees and the stars, You have a right to be here. And whether or not it is clear to you. No doubt the universe is unfolding as it should. Therefore be at peace with God, Whatever you conceive Him to be. And whatever your labors and aspirations. In the noisy confusion of life Keep peace with your soul. With all its sham, drudgery, and broken dreams. It is still a beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to be happy. The Northern Light 1971 1 TO YOU, I MISS JUDITH COBB The class of 1971 takes great pride in honoring you, a mem- ber of the faculty, who has consistently de- voted your time to the senior class. In appre- ciation for all of your efforts we would like to dedicate the 1971 Northern Light to you. 2 3 SUPERINTENDENT Maintain your individuality. It is life’s most precious gift and it is what makes you, as a person, unique. Avoid mob ven- ture. Your integrity is far more important than your popularity. Therefore, never go along with the group at the expense of your conscience. Determine on some course. A wavering mind is but a base pos- session. Every noble deed dieth if sup- pressed in silence. The sin of omission can be as deadly as the sin of commission. " Never draw your sword except in honor. Never sheath it without victory.” l wT S 5 1 m ml I F I iM VINCENT B. McGEE PRINCIPAL IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATION We cannot emphasize too strongly the important part that schools play in our daily lives. They teach us to think, to communicate, to make intelligent decisions; they instill in us a sense of duty and consequently, we become better indi- viduals and citizens. Unfortunately, too many of us do not realize the importance of seeking knowledge until it is too late. The educational opportunity afforded you now is truly priceless. Make sure that each and every one of you realize this and make the most of your opportunities. 5 " A TEACHER AFFECTS ETERNITY: HE CAN NEVER TELL WHERE HIS INFLUENCE STOPS.” MARY F. TALTY B.A., Boston College; Boston Univer- sity; Bookkeeping; Business; Secretar- ial Practice; Business Dept. Head ANN T. SCHWING B.A., American Studies, University of California at Berkley; English; Histo- ry; Bridge Club Advisor; Sophomore Class Advisor ROGER J. THIBAULT B.A,, Providence College; Master’s Work, University of Georgia; U.S. History; Comparative Government; POD. JEANNE H. WHITTEMORE B.A., U.R.I.; English CHARLES J. SCHWING B.S., Mass. Institute of Technology; Algebra; Geometry; Gen. Math; Math Club Advisor; Sophomore Class Advi- sor; Bridge Club Advisor RUTH M. WADDICOR B.A., M.A., Brown University; English I MYRON REIMER A.B., Northeastern; Ed.M., Bos- ton State College; Science; Chem- istry; Audio Visual Supervisor ALFRED J. SLOWE B.S., Bradford Durfee College of Technology; M.Ed., Bridgewater; + 60 hours, Brown; Engineering Drawing; Mechanical Drawing; Practical Arts Dept. Head; Athlet- ic Director MARIE J. SCANLIN A.B., Emmanuel College; M.Ed., Boston State; Eng- lish; English Dept. Head LILLIAN E. QUARANTA B.S., Secondary Ed. Kent State University; English; Student Council Co-Advisor NANCY SMITH B.A., Chemistry Albertus Mag- nus; Chemistry; Science ROBERT S. RAWDING B.S., Stonehill College; Biology KENNETH G. PICKERING B.S., University of Bridgeport; Physical Education; J.V. Football Coach; Varsity Bask etball Coach MICHAEL L. PELLETIER B.A., English, St. Francis College; English; Head Track Coach ROBERT R. OLIVIER Ed.B., Ed.M., R.I.C.; English; Creative Writing; Junior Class Advi- sor; Now Advisor JOHN MITCHELL B.S.Ed., Master of Natural Science, Worcester Polytech- nic Institute; Physics HELEN M. MULLEN B.S. Education, Bridgewater; Master’s Education, Bridgewa- ter, B.U., University of Lau- sanne; Critic Teacher, R.I.C.; Library Science, U.R.L; Librar- ian; Yearbook Advisor SHEILA M. PINAULT B.S., Framingham State; Clothing; Tailoring; Foods; Chef de Cuisine 9 CARROLL C. McLEARY B.S., Colby College; Biol- ogy; Earth Science EDWARD L. MEADE A.B., M.A., Boston Col- lege; History; Geography; Social Studies Dept. Head MARGARET E. LALIBERTE B.S., C.Ed., Bryant Col- lege; B.Ed., M.Ed., R.I.C; Salesmanship; Typewrit- ing; Junior Class Advisor PAUL G. METILLY B.A., University of Mon- treal; M.A., Boston Col- lege; University Education Diploma, University of South Africa; English; Latin; Advisor to Mass. Junior Classical League Chapter P 1 1 0 i FRANK J. KELLE A.B., Providence College; German; Math; Hockey Advisor; Weightlifting Club Ad- visor FREDERICK F. HORAN B.S., Loyola College; M.A., New York University; Shop; Mechanical Drawing MARILYN A. KASS A.B., Regis College; M.Ed., C.A.G.S., Bos- ton College; Algebra; Analysis ELIZABETH P. INGRAM B.S., Framingham State; Home Econom- ics; Foods; Child Care; Chef de Cuisine; Sen- ior Class Advisor BARBARA L. JOHNSON B.S., B.U.; Physical Educa- tion; Girl’s Field Hockey Coach; Girl’s Basketball Coach; Softball Coach WILLIAM C. KUMMER B.A., Wagner College; M.Ed., Bridgewater; Guidance Office Head I 11 ROBERT T. DENNIS B.S., M.A., Northeastern; Teacher Co-ordinator of Distributive Education MARTHA M. FRUTCHEY B.A., Grinnell College; M.A.T., Brown Universi- ty; U.S. History; Sociology-Psychology; Ancient History; Honor Society Advisor ROBERT L. GUTHRIE B.S., Education, Bridgewater State; World History; P.O.D.; Head Football Coach; Head Baseball Coach MES E. FRUTCHEY F, Kalamazoo Col- s; European Histo- Economics; U.S. itory FREDERICK R. HADDAD Certificate, General Motors Technical School; Ford Technical School; Mass. Dept. of Education; Diploma, Worcester Trade School; Power Me- chanics ROGER A. FRECHETTE B.Ed., Keene State College; History of Civilization; U.S. History; P.O.D. I I I - PAUL H. FERNBERG B.S., M.Ed., B.U.; Business; Business Math; Typing ROBERT E. HANOLD B.A., Clark University; M.A., B.U.; English ALICE M. HALL M.Ed., B.U.; Typewriting; History ROBERT C. FAXON A.B., Math, Eastern Nazarene College; B.S., Chem., PhD Chem. Syracuse University; Chem.; Math j I 13 JUDITH E. COBB B.A., U. Mass.; Senior Play Director; Student Council Co-Advisor; Drama; Speech; English JOSEPHINE C. DAWSON R.N. R.N., Lowell General Hospital; Home Nurs- ing; Cheerleader Advisor ROLAND L. BROUSSEAU B.S., P.C.; M.Ed., R.I.C.; Math; Math Dept. Head RONALD R. CHRISTIANSON B.M., University of Wisconsin; M.M., New England Conservatory of Music; Doctoral Candidate, B.U.; Director of Music ROBERT J. CASTELLO Ed.B., R.I.C.; M.A.T., Brown University; Calculus; Geometry; General Math DORIS M. DALEY A.B., Regis College; Spanish JAMES B. BOSMAN B.A., Hope College; Algebra; Geome- try; General Math JOAN E. BOURKE A.B., Maria College; Graduate Work, Clark University; English CHARLES A. AYOTTE B.A., Providence College; Math JOHN J. BEVILAQUA JR. B.A., U. Mass.; M.A., Middlebury College; French; Spanish; Language Dept. Head; Senior Class Advisor GORDON S. BAINBRIDGE B.F.A., R.I. School of Design; Two- Dimentional Design; Three-Dimen- tional Design; Environmental De- sign; EOS Advisor ROBERT G. AUSSANT B.S., Central Connecticut College; Biology; Cross Country Coach; As- sistant Track Coach French; 15 JANE P. ATWELL B.S., M.S., B.U.; Guidance; Pep Club Advisor DAVID L. ARNOLD B.S. Education, Northeastern Univer- sity; Algebra; Geometry; Math Club Advisor; Freshman Class Advisor 16 SUPERINTENDENT’S SECRETARIES MRS. POIRIER MRS. SWEARINGEN 17 8 MRS. PIKE guidance office secretary CHEFS CUSTODIANS MRS. BEATRICE HILL Cafeteria Director Classmates of 1971, I would like to extend my sincere thanks to each and every one of you for the cooperation and confidence you have given to me during our past years at North Attleboro High School. I hope that the lessons we have learned and the guidance we have received may help us to choose the right path to the next step in the future. We must realize that ver) shortly we will not be together anymore. Each of us will be going his or her own way to seek their own ambitions. I’m sure that if you face this future with the determination that you have all shown in the past you will succeed. It is your own step now. You and only you must decide upon your future. No matter what, all that has been said or done during our four years at North will never be forgotten. May you have the very best of success and happiness in every- thing you attempt. Good Luck and may God bless you all. John Fitzgibbons President of Class of 1971 WE’VE ONLY JUST BEGUN . CANDICE VIRGINIA ACHIN " Candy” 9 Taylor Street Cake Sale 1, 3; Variety Show 3; Red Cap 2, 3; Scholarship Drive 1, 2; Paper Drive 3; Ski Club 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 4; Committees 2, 3, 4. " It is better to be small and shine; than to be tall and cast a shadow.” MARGARET ARMSTRONG " Peggy” Weona Road Basketball 1; Yearbook 4. " You’re only here for a short while, so take time to smell the flowers.” CHARLENE FERN ARMFIELD " Charlene” 160 East Street Guidance Office Worker 3, 4; Cake Sale 3. " So sweet the blush of bashfulness.” MELISSA SUSAN AULD " Missy” 107 Broad Street " Every woman is a volume, if you know how to read her.” DAVID MERRILL AUSTIN " Dapper” 74 Colburn Street Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Track 2; Scholarship Drive 1, 2; Senior Play 4. " An able man shows his spirit by gentle words and resolute actions.” " Mm Dependable” STEVE BAILY " Beetle” 664 Old Post Road Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Leadership Club 3, 4. " What is life, but to be happy. ” " Most Congenial” 22 KAREN LEE BERGLUND " Karen” 11 Grant Street " The gay and pleasant spring of life is in her.” JAMES ERIC BARBER " Eric” 389 Smith Street " Imagination is the eye of the soul.” CAROL GRACE BARRETT " Stilts” 475 Broadway Basketball 1; Scholarship Drive 3; Com- mittees 3. " A typical example of a woman — Unpredictable.” BRUCE M. BARTON " Bruce” 827 South Washington St. D.E.C.A. 4. " The object of oratory is not truth, but persuasion.” " Best Line” ROBERT M. BAKER " Bobby” 70 Reservoir St. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Weight Lifting 1, 2, 3; Choir 3, 4; Variety Show 1, 3; Cake Sale 1; Yearbook Editor 4; Dance Band 1; Brass Ensemble 2, 3; Senior Play 3, 4. " Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.” " Most Contributing” ZANE BAKER " Zane” 45 Grove Street " Life is tcx) short to worry.” 23 RAY A. BISHOP " Bish” 294 Reservoir Street Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 4; Yearbook 4; Committee 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. " It is the silent person who accom- plishes much.” DIANNE EVELYN BLAIS " Di” 269 Hoppin Hill Avenue Color Guard 2, 3; Variety Show 3; Choir 2, 3; Cake Sale 1; Scholarship Drive 3, 4. " The mildest manners and the gen- tlest heart.” CAROLYN JANE BLAISDELL " Carolyn” 75 Reed Avenue Art Club 2. " Sing away sorrows; cast away cares.” CYNTHIA ANN BOUTHILETTE " Cindy” 325 East Washington St. Art Club 1; Field Hockey 3. " The good and the wise lead quiet lives.” KATHLEEN MARIE BOYLE " Kath” 317 Commonwealth Ave. Future Teachers Club 2; Band 1, 2; Choir 1, 2; Pep Club 3; South Eastern Regional Music Conference 1, 2; Year- book 4. " A kind heart is the fountain of glad- ness.” MARGARET BRENNEN " Margaret” 49 Richards Avenue " The journey of a thousand miles be- gins with a single step.” HOLLY BUCHAN " Holly” 787 South Washington St. Honor Society 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; South Eastern Music Festival 1, 2, 4; Yearbook 4; Scholarship Drive 1,2; Ac- tivities 2, 3. " There is no personal charm so great, as the charm of a cheerful tempera- ment.” NEIL PAUL BURNS " Neil” 18 Avery Street Cake Sale 1; Intramurals 1, 2; Scholar- ship Drive 1, 2; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Paper Drive 3; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Foot- ball 4; Ski Club 3; Leader Club 4. " Sober but not serious, quiet but not idle.” MARK ANTHONY CALDERONE " Cal” 48 Bank Street Cake Sale 1; Intramurals 1, 2; Scholar- ship Drive 1, 2; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Paper Drive 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Lead- ership Club 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Bas- ketball 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Car Wash 4. " Small in size, yet big in friendship.” LAURIE JEANNE CAMERON " Laurie” Orchard Dr. Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Co-Capt. 4. " Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low, an excellent thing in a woman.” " Most Athletic " JEOFFROY L. BROUILLETTE " Jeff’ 705 Holmes Road " An honest man’s the noblest gift of God.” 1 LYNNE MARIE CAREY " Lynne” 288 Broadway D-E Club " Be happy while you’re living, for you’re a long time dead.” 25 MICHELLE ANN CARLSON " C.B.” Box 605 Mt. Hope St. Variety Show 2; Scholarship Drive 2; Red Cap 3; Ski Club 3. " Good nature brings many friends.” DAVID ARMAND CARON " Dave” Cake Sale 1; Track 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Paper Drive 3; Leader’s Club 4. " All men naturally desire knowl- edge.” " Smartest” FRANK F. CASALE " Frank” 28 Birch Road Cake Sale 1; Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 3, 4; Committees 3; DECA Club 3, 4; " Difficulties are things, that show what men are.” CATHY ANN CASE " Casey” Whalen Drive Catonsville High School Math Club 1; Future Teachers of America 1; Pep Club 1, 2; Basketball 2; Softball 2; Planning Committee 1, 2; North Attleboro High Pep Club 3; Yearbook 4. " Friendliness is a true characteristic.” JANICE LEE CERRONE " Jamie” 585 Mt. Hope St. Pep Club 1; Jacket Drive 2; Cake Sale 1; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cap 1, 2; Ski Club 3; Paper Drive 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. " And a gleam, as of the dawn on some dark forest cast.” " Most Spirited " ALFRED JOSEPH CHABOT " Al” 31 West St. Golf 3, 4. " A little nonsense is relished by the best of men.” 26 REBECCA MARION CHASE ' Becky” 481 Mt. Hope St. Guidance Worker 4. " If you do not say anything, you will not be called upon to repeat it.” KELY JEANNE CHARLEBOIS " Kely” 65 Ivy Street Cake Sale 1; Drill Team 1; Student Council 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Variety Show 2, 3; Car Wash 3; Cheerleader 4. " The most utterly lost of all days is that on which you have not once laughed.” " yVltw Popular” LLOYD W. CHASE III " Thaxton” 62 Broad St. " Man is the only creature endowed with the power of laughter.” BRIAN PAUL CHABOT " Chab” 137 Arnold Road " It’s not what you do, it’s what you can get away with.” CINDY MAE CHASE " Cin” 62 Broad St. Cake Sale 1; EOS 3; Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Worker 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. " Her ways are pleasant, and all her paths are peace.” MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER " Christy” Scholarship Drive 1, 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Car Wash 3; Variety Show 3, 4; Paper Drive 3; Student Leader 3, 4; Commit- tees 3, 4. " Stolen kisses are always sweet.” " Class Flirt” 27 BETHANIE JOY CLAVETTE " Beth” 96 High Street Pep Club 1; Scholarship Drive 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Cake Sale 1, 3; Car Wash 3. " Do not wish to be anything but what you are, and try to do that perfect- ly” GERALDINE ALICE CIANFAR ANI " Gerri” 730 E. Washington St. Art Club 1, 2, 3; Festival Committees 1, 2, 3; Scholarship Drive 3; Cake Sale 3; Red Cap 4; Yearbook Staff 4. " All women are poets at heart.” ALAN R. CLAVETTE " Cheater” South Greenwood Lake Band 1; Fish and Game Club 1. " A man passes for what he’s worth.” JAMES WILLIAM CONNELLY " Jim” 81 North Avenue Football 1, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cake Sale 3; Car Wash 1, 3, 4; Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 3; Stu- dent Council 4; Paper Drive 3, 4; Varie- ty Show 3, 4. " A way with girls, a ladies man.” " Neatest " CAROL COOK " Carol” 15 West St. " The measure of life is not length, but honesty.” TERRANCE M. CONROY " Tadpole” 180 Smith St. D.E.C.A. Club. " I have learned truly the mark of a man.” 28 1 CATHERINE M. CURRIER " Cath” 224 Kelley Blvd. Cake Sale 1; Pep Club 1, 3; Guidance Office Worker 2, 3; Committees 2, 3; Car Wash 3; Yearbook Activities Staff 3, 4. " You have to believe in happiness or happiness never comes.” ANN ERANCIS DANESI " Ann” 240 Towne Street Scholarship Drive 1; Cake Sale 1; Pep Club 1, 2; Committees 2, 4; Car Wash 3; Paper Drive 3. " Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others, cannot keep it from themselves.” LAWRENCE DAVID DAVIGNON " Frenchy” 64 Eddy St. Basketball 1, 2; Fish and Game Club 1, 2 . " No civilized man ever regrets a pleasure.” CYNTHIA COOKE " Cookie” 52 Bulfinch St. Basketball 1, 2; Softball 1, 2; Paper Drive 1, 2; Field Hockey 2; Carwash 2. " Happy am I, from care I’m free.” KATHLEEN ANN DALTON " Kitty” 15 Betts Drive Field Hockey 2; Softball 1; Drill Team 1; Cake Sale 1; Car Wash 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Variety Show 3, 4; Paper Drive 4; Cheerleader 4. " A friend is someone with whom you dare to be yourself” " Wittiest " RICHARD BURROWS CROSSLEY " Croz” 6l Metcalf Road Track 1, 2; Intramural Basketball 2; Scholarship Drive 2; Ski Club 3; Year- book Staff 4. " A bit of nonsense now and then, who cares . ” 29 LESLEY DAVIGNON Hoppin Hill Drive " It matters not what you are thought to be, but what you are.” KATHLEEN MARIE DeBLOIS " Kay-oh” Eales Road Office Worker 1; Cake Sale 1, 3; Ski Club 3; Pep Club 3; Variety Show 3. " How far that little candle throws its beam.” ROBERT J. DeGRAFF " Bob” 10 Dexter Street " Every Man is or hopes to be an indi- vidual.” JANE PAULA DEVOE " Jane” 48 Grove Street Drill Team 1, 2; Majorettes 3, 4 ; Future Teachers Association 1, 2, 3; Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Festival 1, 2, 4; Art Class 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Pep Club 1; Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholar- ship Drive 1; Drivers Ed. 3. " Cheerfulness throws sunlight on all the paths of life.” DONNA MARIE DiFIORE 65 Keenan Road Cake Sale 1; Variety Show 3; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Softball 2; Car Wash 3; Committees 2, 3. " Still heard in her soul, the music of wonderful memories.” RALPH DiMONTE " Ralph” 93 Spruce Street Football 3, 4. " All men are born good.” 30 JEFFREY EDWARD DOUCETTE " Jeff’ 18 Ruson Court Scholarship Drive 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook 4. " As charity covers a multitude of sins before god, so does politeness before men.” SIMONE YVETTE DUCHARME " Sim” 430 Broadway Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Cake Sale 1, 3; Guidance Worker 3, 4; Music Festival 1, 2, 4; Scholarship Drive 3, 4. " Music is well said to be the speech of angels.” MICHAEL WAYNE DOBRO " Moon” 625 South Washington Street Track 1; Football 1, 2, 3. " Silence is a great peacemaker.” DOUGLAS JAMES DiNARDO " Nino” 128 Commonwealth Ave. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (4th year Co-Cap- tain); Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Va- riety Show 3, 4; Car Wash 1, 3; Cake Sale 2; Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 3; Paper I Drive 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. " The virtue of all achievement is vic- tory over ourself. Those who know this victory can never know defeat.” " Best Looking” DAVID RUSSELL DERENZO " David” 81 North Ave. Baseball 1, 2; Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Hockey Club 4. " All must be earnest in a world like ours.” " Most Typical” DANIEL D. DONNELLY " Dan” 34 George Street Junior Variety Show; Yearbook Co-Edi- tor of Photography; Freshman Football (Not in this School); Math League 3. " A gentleman has ease, without fa- miliarity, without affectation, is insin- uating without seeming art.” 31 NANCY LOUISE DUGAS " Nance” 123 Clifton Street Jacket Drive 2; Cak e Sale 1; Drill Team 2; Pep Club 2, 3; Variety Show 3, 4; Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Worker 3; Car Wash 3. " The most manifest sign of wisdom is a continual cheerfulness.” STEVEN JAMES EIGHMY " Steve” 989 Longview Drive Basketball 4. " There is likewise a reward for elo- quent silence.” JANET EMERSON " Janet” 65 Church Street D.E.C.A. " A little mischief relieves the mo- notony.” RICHARD ESSEN " Rich” 153 Kelley Blvd. Variety Show 3; Student Council 4; Yearbook 4. " The most successful person tomor- row is the one who had insight today.” 34 Spruce Street Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; G tar Club 2; Weight Lifting 2; Brass I semble 3; Senior Play 4. " Every man is best known to hii " ] self.” HARRY WILLIAM EISHER " Harry” 462 Broadway National Honor Society 3, 4; Football Baseball 1; Car Wash 1 ,5 Pill 3; VaricJ ' ' Show 3, 4; Scholarship Drive 1, 2, ™ Paper Drive 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. " Ambition is an idol on whose wir great minds are carried only to tremes, to be sublimely great or to nothing.” " Mosi Ambitious Dmc RtcC Booiici Paper I U;V " ITie wtliii iMsonii t 32 1 Sunset Ave. Dotball 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Captain 4; Class resident 3, 4; Golf 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; ® asketball 2; Bronxville Exchange Stu- ent 3; National Honor Society 3, 4. " I came, I saw, I conquered.” " Mm Popular " PAULA FONTAINE " Paula” ;5 Phillip Street Softball 1; Cake Sale 1, 3; Scholarship I Drive 1, 4; Pep Club 1, 3 Vice-Pres.; iRed Cap Staff 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 2; ‘Booster Jacket Drive 2; Car Wash 3, 4; Paper Drive 3, 4; National Honor Socie- • T 3, 4, (Vice President); Senior Class " Secretary 4; Guidance Office Worker 1, I ' [2, 3; Variety Show 3, 4; Chairman 3; . ' Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Staff Edi- ' jor of Yearbook 4; Ski Club 3. I " The great essentials of happiness are [something to do, something to hope for land someone to love.” Most Contributing” ROBERT ALLAN FONTAINE " Foni” Cumberland Ave. " Always tell the truth, but don’t get caught telling it.” JOAN MARIE FOURNIER " Joanie” 47 Moran Street Pep Club 1; Scholarship Drive 4; Ski Club 4; Cake Sale 1. " She that is giddy, thinks the world turns round.” MAURICE PHILIP FOURNIER " Maurice” Broadway Ext. Basketball 3; Intramural Basketball 2, 3. " Maybe hard work never killed a per- son but why take chances?” RICHARD C. GARDNER " Rich” 325 Mt. Hope Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 1; Wood- wind Ensemble 2; Varsity Basketball Mgr. 1; S.E. District Band 2, 3; Year- book; Scholarship Drive 3, 4. " The force of his own merits makes his own way.” BETSEY GOLDING " Betsey” 118 Reservoir St. Scholarship 2, 3; Cake Sale 3; Guidance worker 3, 4; Committees 3, 4. " My style and my sentiment are all my own.” CHRISTINE GRAVES " Chris” 4l6 No. Washington St. Library Assistant 1, 2, 3; Red Cap 3; Pep Club 2; Drill Team 1, 2; Majorette 3; Lieutenant 4; Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Eestival 1, 2. " A good Nature is more agreeable in conversation than wit.” LAWRENCE J. GELINEAU " Jelly” 76 Park Street Varsity Eootball Mgr. 1,2; Varsity Bas- ketball Mgr. 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Intramural Basketball 2. " A friendly concern for everyone; firm convictions, readily shared, never forced.” ANNA MARIE GERRAUGHTY " Anna” 588 Mt. Hope Street Cheerleader 1, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 4; Art Club 1, 2; Student Council 2; Variety Show 3; Cake Sales 3; Scholarship Drive 3, 4. " She has the mind of a thinker, the soul of a dreamer, and the heart of a friend.” " Liveliest” DIANE LOUISE GUIMOND " Diane” 310 Elm Street Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2; South East Dist. Festival 2, 3; Spring Concert 2, 3, 4. " A good disposition is more valuable than gold.” RAYMOND JOSEPH GUIMOND " Ray” 15 Oak Basketball 1; Track 1; Leaders Club 4. " Silence is one of the hardest argu- ments to refute.” 34 JEAN HAMMOND 119 Anawan Road Drill Team 1, 2; Red Cap 2; Jacket Drive 2; Pep Club 1, 3; Cake Sale 1, 3; Field Hockey 3; Guidance Office Work- er 1, 2, 3; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Co-Editor of Circulation Staff of Yearbook; Car Wash 1, 3; Vari- ety Show 2, 3, 4. " Like an angel’s visit, few and far be- tween.” " Smartest " MICHAEL HABERSHAW " Mike” 6 Eden Terrace Baseball 1; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3. " As honest a man, as the sun ever shone on.” JAMES HALL " Jim” Arch Street " He will give the devil his due!” MICHAEL HAVILAND " Rock” 65 Raymond Hall Drive Baseball 3, 4. " A wellbred man is always sociable and complaisant.” KURT VERNON HAWES " Flowie” 159 Arnold Road Baseball 1; Football 2. " Tomorrow life is too late; live for today.” ROBERT NUBAR GULESSERIAN " Guz” Anawan Road Track 1, 2; Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 3, 4; Fish Game Club 2, 3; Ski Club 4; Yearbook 4; Senior Play 4. " Men who have much to say, use the fewest words.” I SHARON LEE HEBERT " Sharon” 67 School Street Student Council 2; Secretary 3; Ski Club Secretary 3; Cheerleader 3, 4; Scholar- ship Drive 1, 2, 3; Paper Drive 3, 4; Pep Club 1; Cake Sale 1, 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Red Cap 2, 3; National Honor Socie- ty 3, 4; Guidance Worker 2; Office Worker 3; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Booster Jacket Drive 2; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Car Wash 3, 4. " Nothing so delicate as the reputa- tion of a woman.” " AIos Sincere” KAREN MARIE HICKEY " Karen” Pales Road Scholarship Drive 2; Pep Club 2, 3; Girls’ Basketball Team 3; National Honor Society 4; Paper Drive 3; Variety Show 3; Yearbook 4; Car Wash 3; Cake Sale 3; Ski Club 3; Committees 3, 4. " Everyone excels in something in which others fail.” " Mos Dependable” STEVEN EDWARD HEBERT " Steve” 205 East Street Track 1; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2. " Life is nothing without your friend- ship.” CYNTHIA SUSAN HJERPE " Cindy” 28 Grant Street Band 2; Choir 2, 3, 4; Math League 3, 4; Cheerleading 3, 4; Head 4; Variety Show 3 ; Exchange Student 3 ; Honor So- ciety 3, 4; Scholarship Drive 2; Future Teachers’ Club 2; Committees 2, 3, 4; Cake Sale 3, 4; Ski Club 3; Yearbook Editor-in-Chief 4. " Ambition is so powerful a passion, that however high we reach, we are never satisfied.” " Most Ambitious” CAROLYN HOLDEN " Pope” 808 Oakridge Avenue " Silence is the gratitude of true affec- tion.” BEVERLY ANN HORNE " Bev” 75 Colburn Street Vice President 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship Drive 1, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Office i Worker 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2; Com- | mittees 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2; Ski i Club 3; Exchange Student 3; Honor So- ciety 3, 4; Yearbook Business Manager ‘ 4; Cake Sale 1, 3; Paper Drive 3; Girls’ j State Representative 3; Senior Play 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Co-Capt. 3. " An inexhaustible good nature is one of the most precious gifts of heaven.” " Most Congenial” CHARLES HUNTINGTON " Charles” ! 107 Freeman Street " Men acquire a particular quality by constantly acting in a particular way.” GREGORY JILLSON " Greg” 300 East Washington St. " It is not what he has, nor even what he does, which expresses the worth of a man, but what he is.” ALAN McKIM JOHNSTON " Alan” 180 Kelley Boulevard Baseball; Intermural Basketball 1, 2, 3. " He appears to be quiet, but don’t look twice.” THOMAS FRANCIS JOYCE " Joycey” 16 Ranch Street E seball 2, 4; Scholarship Drive; Year- book Staff; Paper Drive; Intramurals 1. " All the qualifications of a good guy rolled into one.” " Smoothest” ROBERT JOSEPH KELLEY " Bob” 171 Fisher St. Track 2, 3, 4. " The world is his who enjoys it.” LOIS ANN KENISTON " Lois” 19 Green Drive German Club 3; Softball 2. " She floats on the river of his thoughts.” 37 BEVERLY ANN KISTNER " Bev” 116 Circular Street " Sincere, and sweet, a friend in every way.” MARGARET ANNE KENNEY " Margie” 405 Kelley Boulevard Art Club 1, 2; Eield Hockey 3; Variety Show 3; Car Wash 3; Cake Sale 1. " Charm is a glow within a woman that casts a most becoming light on oth- ers.” PAMELA JEANNE KINGSEORD " Pam” Eddy Street Student Council 1; Ereshman Cake Sale 1; Girls’ Basketball 1, 2, 4; Girls’ Soft- ball 1, 2; Scholarship Drive 1; Red Cap 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Committees 1, 2, 4. " A cheerful friend is a joy to the heart.” JULIA KNIGHT . " Julie” Kimberly Drive Baseball 3; Bowling 3; Intramural Sports 3. " People show their characters in what they think laughable.” t MURRAY KORMAN !j " K” I 38 Old Post Road , Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3; Cake Sale 1, 2; Scholarship Drive 3; Cross i Country 4; Variety Show 3; Basketball Manager 1; Chess Club 3; Student Council 4. " The force of his own merits, makes his own way.” " Shyest " PETER KRAUTH " Krauthie” 12 Phillips Street Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Cake Sale 1, 3; Car Wash 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Paper Drive 4. " For though he is a wit, he is no fool.” 38 JOANNE LALLIER " Joe” 19 Crescent Ave. Cake Sale 1, 2; Glee Club 2; Variety Show 3, 4; Scholarship Drive 3; Pep Club 3; Yearbook Staff 4. " I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past.” " Best Looking " DONNA MARIE LAMBERT " Donna” 553 Bucklin St. Drill Team 1, 2; Freshman Class Trea- surer, Glee Club 1; Office Worker 1, 2; Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 3; Jacket Drive 2; Guidance Office Worker 3; Pep Club 3; Variety Show 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Cheerleader 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3. " Without a smile? The world with- out a sun. ' Most Likely to Succeed " MICHELLE DENISE LAMBERT 690 Millard Rd. " A merry heart goes all the day, a sad heart tires in a mile.” GARY M. LANGILLE " Lange” 45 Roosevelt Ave. Variety Show 1; Football 1. " Life is a pleasant institution, let us take it as it comes.” THOMAS LEARY " Tommy” Grant St. " Life is not life at all without de- light.” JANET LE BLANC " Janet” 231 Elmwood St. D.E.C.A. 4; Secretary of D.E. " A sincere friend is a friend forever.” L 40 GARY LINCOLN " Gary” 11 Clifton St. Cake Sale 1, 3; Cross Country 1; Track 1, 2, 3; Math League 3, 4; Scholarship Drive 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Commit- tees 3, 4. " Every man has within himself a continent of undiscovered character.” RICHARD LECO " Leak” 380 S. Washington St. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Scholarship Drive 1, 2. " Every pretty girl I meet, sets my heart a-sighing.” ANNE LEWIS " Anne” 291 Towne St. Student Council 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 3; Cake Sale 1, 3; Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 4; Paper Drive 3; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Variety Show 3, 4. " Girls have an unfair advantage over men; If they can’t get what they want by being smart; they can get it by being dumb.” " Class Flirt " JAN LIVINGSTON " Jan” 53 Bucklin St. Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Basketball and Softball 1, 2; Drill Team 1, 2; A Cappella Choir 2; Class Treasurer 2; Office Worker 2; Scholar- ship Drive 1-4; Ski Club 3; Variety Show 2, 3; Cheerleader 3, 4; Honor So- ciety 3, 4; Circulation Editor 4. " And where she walked good times followed.” DAVID LOCKWOOD " Slick” 29 Bucklin St. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Base- ball 4; Gym Leader 3; Car Wash 2; Committees 3. " The trouble with trouble is that it always starts out just like fun.” LINDA MARIE LOGAN " Linda” 48 Riverside Dr. Majorette 2, 3; French Club 1; Pep Club 1; Earth Science Club 1, 2; Chorus 2; Student Council 1; Ski Club 3. " Her kindness of heart is shown in her deeds.” JOYCE LONGBOTTOM " Joyce” 246 Arnold Road Pep Club 1; Drill Team 2, 3; Spring Festival 2; Scholarship Drive 2, 3; Dance Committee 2, 3; Car Wash 3; Majorette 4. " True politeness requires you to act as a kind heart dictates.” COLLEEN LOVEJOY " Colleen” 84 Leonard Street Yearbook 4; S tudent Leader 4. " Air and manners are more express- ive than words.” DONNA LYNNE LOVEJOY " Donna” 84 Leonard Street Red Cap 3, 4; Chess Club 3; Art Club 2; Cake Sale 1, 3; Yearbook 4; Scholar- ship Drive 3. " Kindness is always the producer of kindness.” MICHAEL CHARLES LOVELY " Mike” Box 715 Pales Road Ski Club 3, 4; Football 4. " Act well at the moment and you have performed a good action to all eternity.” " At os Sincere " BONNIE LOWE " Bonnie” 462 Smith Street " Joy is not in things, it is in us.” PATRICIA ANN LUND " Patty” 235 High Street Girls’ Basketball 2; Driving Training 3. " Do not take life too seriously, you will never get out of it alive.” 41 EDWARD STANLEY LYKUS " Big Ed”, " Steady Eddy” 4l Lafayette St. Eootball 1, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 4; Base- ball 1, 4. " What really matters is what hap- pens in us, not to us” JOHN CLAYTON MacINTYRE " Mac” 284 Allen Avenue Basketball 1. " You are only what you are when no one is looking.” BRENDA MACKEY " Brenda” 66 Chestnut Street " Keep your face to sunshine and you cannot see the shadow.” PETER NORMAN MAYER " Pete” 17 West St. Ski Club 4. " Vivacity and wit make a man shine in company.” GARY MAITLAND " Mait” 1484 High St. Football 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; President of Honor Society 4; Football Captain 4. " Athletics, Activities, and admira- tions from his fellow man.” " Best All Around! " MICHAEL JOSEPH McCARTHY " Mac” 206 South Washington St. Baseball 1, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Intramur- als 1; Variety Show 4; Cake Sale 1. " Adventure is not outside a man, it is within.” 42 ARLENE FRANCES McGEE " Arlene” 33 Colburn St. Softball 1; J.V. Basketball 1, 2; Drill Team 1, 2; Future Teachers Assoc. 2; Red Cap ' 1, 2, 3; Library Worker 2; Cake Sale 1, 3; Variety Show 3; Majo- rette 3, 4; Sports Editor Yearbook 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. " Her talk was like a stream which runs, with rapid change from Rocks to roses.” COLLEEN ANN McGOWAN " Colleen” 159 Elm Street, North Attleboro Student Council 1, 3, 4; Office Worker 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2; Field Hockey 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Schol- arship Drive 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Ski Club 3. " There never was a saint with red hair.” " Best Line’’ BRUCE HOWARD McLEAN " Baice” 19 Huntley Road, North Attleboro Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Leaders Club 4. " A complete sportsman, a true friend.” KAREN MARIE McKITCHEN " Tee Hee” 65 Jackson Street Drill Team 2, 3; Spring Concert 1, 2. " To know her well is to like her bet- ter.” DAVID McGrath " Dave” 48 Jay Street " I never think of the future. It comes soon enough.” CHERYL ANN McLAUGHLIN " Cheryl” 107 North Washington Street " Quietness shall be my strength” 43 ELIZABETH ANN McMAHON " Liz” 37 Prospect Street Student Council 1, 2, 3; Student Council Vice Pres. 3; Drill Team 2; Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 3; D.E.C.A. Club 4; Com- mittees 3. " The day is always hers who works in it with serenity, and great aims.” SUSAN McPHETERS " Sue” 18 Sunset Avenue " There is no end to the adventures that we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.” KAREN MARIE MEHARG " Karen” Cumberland Avenue Cake Sale 1, 3; Committees 2, 4; Red Cap 2, 3, 4; Editor-in-Chief 3, 4; Ski Club 3; Variety Show 3; Yearbook 4; Paper Drive 3; Senior Play 4; Scholar- ship Drive 3, 4. " The heart to conceive, the under- standing to direct, and the hand to work!” PETER MERRY " Pete” 35 Circular Street Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. " It takes a tall man to know what is going on in the world.” } CHARLES METCALEE " Chuck” 4 Mount Vernon Avenue Baseball 3, 2; Ski Club 3; Car Wash 3; Junior Achievement 3, 4. " Men of few words are often the best men.” CARL EMERY MITCHELL " Mitch” 258 West Street Manager Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Manager Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Manager Baseball 2, 3, 4. " The more he cast away, the more he had.” 44 JEAN ELIZABETH MONROE " Jean” 32 James Swanezy Road Office Worker 1, 3; Guidance Office Worker 3; Drill Team 2. " The less said, the more done.” " Shyest” SANDRA ANN MOBRIANT " Sandy” 197 Arnold Road Pep Club 1; Committees 2, 3; Spring Concert 3; Scholarship Drive 2, 3, 4; Color Guard 3; Head Color Guard 4. " Silence is the most perfect herald of joy.” SUSAN LEE MONAST " Sue” Cottage Street Extension Red Cap 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 3; Soft- ball 1; Cake Sale 1; Ski Club 2, 3; Schol- arship Drive 2, 3; Car Wash 2, 3; Year- book 4; Variety Show 3. " The one way to have a friend, is to be one.” HAROLD JORDAN MOORE " H” 545 High Street Eootball 3, 4; Basketball 3; Paper Drive 3; Senior Play 4; Variety Show 4; Schol- arship Drive 3, 4; Car Wash 4. " Without a sense of humor, life would be a mistake.” " M. 05 t Talkative. ” JANET MOORE " Janet” 163 Grant Street Cake Sale 1; Booster Jacket Drive 1; Red Cap 1, 2; Guidance Office Worker 2; Ski Club 3; Student Council 3. " I would rather sit on a pumpkin and have it all to myself, than to be on a crowded velvet cushion.” THOMAS MICHAEL MURPHY " Murph” 35 School Street Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Paper Drive 3. " Be good and you will be lonesome.” 45 BRENDA LOUISE MYERS " Brenda” 108 Reed Avenue Ski Club 3; Pep Club 3; Softball 2; Bas- ketball 1; Senior Play 4. " What do we live for, if not to make the world less difficult for each other?” JOHN JOSEPH NEWBURY " John” 607 Mt. Hope Street Cake Sale 1; Track 2; Math League 3, 4; Yearbook Eacultv Editor 4; Activities 2, 3,4. " Every man is the maker of his own fortune.” PATRICIA JANE O’BRIEN " Pat” 125 Jefferson Street Office Worker 1, 2, 3; DECA 4. " To be free, is to live.” JANIS MARIE PAIANO " Jan” 53 Oak Street Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Car Wash 3; Cake Sale 1, 3; Paper Drive 3; Red Cap 2, 3; Drill Team 1, 2; Majorette 3; Pep Club 1; Office Worker 3; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Scholarship Drive 3, 4; Ski Club 3; Music festival 1, 2. " Kiss the tear from her lip, you’ll find the rose the sweeter for the dew.” " Best All Around” MICHAEL ALEX PARKS " Parksie” 157 Elm Street Football 1; Basketball 2; Track 1; Class Treasurer 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Scholar- ship Drive 3, 4; Paper Drive 3, 4; Car Wash 3, 4; President of Jr. Ski Club. " A pleasant personality is the founda- tion of popularity and success.” " Most Likely to Succeed.” RAYMOND OUELLETTE " Sid” 252 Chestnut Street " Nothing good happens fast.” 46 f. f ' NANCY IRENE PETTI " Nance” 9 Page Road Pep Club 1, 3; French Club 1; Red Cap 2; Future Teachers Club 1, 2; Commit- tees 1, 2, 3, 4; Principal Office Worker 2; Cake Sale 1, 3; Car Wash 2, 3; EOS 3; Paper Drive 3; Variety Show 3; Year- book 4; Scholarship Drive 2. " You are you; and I am I; if by chance we find each other, it’s beauti- ful.” " Neatest” PAMELA HELEN PHINNEY " Phin” 970 Longview JDrive Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1; Red Cap 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Paper Drive 3; Variety Show 3, 4; Scholarship Drive 1, 4; Cake Sale 1; Art Club 1, 2; Senior Play 4. " We love her for her youth, her mirth, her character, and God knows what other inexpressible charms.” JUNE ANN PHIPPS " June” 844 East Washington St. D. E. Club. " We should live and learn; but by the time we have learned, it’s too late to live.” PAMELA FRANCES PHIPPS " Pam” 4 Kevin Street Cake Sale 1, 3; Girls’ Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 4; Girls’ Varsity Field Hockey 2; Girls’ Varsity Softball 1; Red Cap 2; Junior Ski Club 3; Paper Drive 3, 4; Committees 2, 3; Variety Show 3, 4; Scholarship Drive 3, 4; Yearbook Art Editor 4; Senior Play 4. " There is no wisdom like frankness.” DEBRA ANN PIMENTEL " Debbie” 102 Elm Street " Mind cannot follow it, nor words express, her infinite sweetness. THOMAS BURTON PHIPPS " Phippsy” 6l Calvin Road Revolutionary 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Scholarship Drive 2, 3; Committees 2, 3, 4. " Experience the good hits.” " Liveliest” 47 RICHARD EDMUND PLANTE " Hawk” 157 Towne St. Football 1, 2, 3; Student Leader Club 3, 4. " To be constant in love with one is good, but to be constant with many is great.” RICHARD ERNEST PLANTE " Rick” Cushman Road " There is likewise, a reward for elo- quent silence.” STEVE RICHARDS " Steve” 829 S. Washington St. Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 3; D.E.C.A.| Board of Directors 4; Junior Promj Committee. " Be not simply good, but good foi) something.” " Best Dancer " DOUGLAS BROOKS RILEY " Doug” 1001 Mt. Hope St. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship Drive 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; President 4; Math League 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Committees 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Paper Drive 3. " We make way for the man who boldly pushed by us.” KAREN ANN PURDY " Karen” 190 Arnold Road Cake Sale 1; Drill Team 1, 2; Head 3; Drum Major 4; Spring Concert 2, 4; Music Festival 2, 4; Jacket Drive 2; Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 3, 4; Commit- tees 1, 2, 3, 4. " You have to believe in happiness or happiness never comes.” ROBERT A. REINHART " Tonsy” 280 High St. Cake Sale 1, 4; Variety Show 3; Ski Club 3; Car Wash 3; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4. " Owning to the weakness of my health, I have exposed myself to spiritu- ous beverages.” " Most Spirited " 48 5 NORMA JEAN RILEY " Norma” 448 East St. " Life is too serious, to take serious- ly” MICHELLE ANNE RIOUX " Marchelle” 35 North Avenue Cake Sale 1, 3; Pep Club 1, 3; Scholar- ship Drive 1, 2, 4; Guidance Worker 3; Paper Drive 3; Variety Show 3, 4; Year- book Staff 4; Office Worker 1; Commit- tees 1, 2, 3, 4. " Pun and seriousness in the right proportions.” " Mos Typical” SUSAN THERESA ROBITAILL " Sue” 231 East Street Cake Sale 1; Drill Team 2; Pep Club 1; Red Cap 3; Variety Show 3; Car Wash 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Ski Club 3; Jack- et Drive 2; Scholarship Drive 3. " Easy to know, easy to like.” DEBRA LEE RIOUX " Deb” 9 Mt. Hope St. Field Hockey 1; Softball 1; Cake Sale 1, 3; Pep Club 1, 3; Red Cap 1, Car Wash 1, 3; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Cheerleader 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook Layout Editor 4; Booster Jacket Drive 2; Scholarship Drive 1, 4. " Woman’s natural mission is to love, to love but one, to love always.” " Cutest” STEVE ROBERTSON " Robbie” North Avenue Cake Sale 1, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Lead- ers Club 4; Paper Drive 3, 4; Car Wash 4. " No matter how often defeated, you are born to victory.” " M.ost Athletic” MARGARET ROSE " Margaret” Pleasant St. " If I lost my voice. I’d have lost nothing . . . but if I lost my spirit, I would have lost everything.” 49 ALDO DENNIS SACCO " Sac” Sunset Avenue Baseball 2; Car Wash 3; Scholarship Drive 3. " Men of few words, are the best men.” JEROME DAVID SARRAZIN " Jerrv ' ” 16 Falmouth St. Band 1, 2, 3; Track 1; D.E.C.A. " Once a gentleman, always a gentle- man.” GARY JAMES SCHOFIELD " Scho” 831 Oakridge Ave. " Patience is the key to joy.” DEBORAH LEE SCHRICHER " Debbie” 89 Spring St. Cake Sale 1, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Red Cap 3; Yearbook 4; Car Wash 3; Scholar- ship Drive 3. " So rare is the union of beauty and wisdom.” MICHAEL GARY SIMMONS " Mike” 154 East Street j Football 1 ; Cake Sale 1 ; Scholarship ! Drive 3; Car Wash 3; Paper Drive 3. ■ " One laugh is worth one hundred j groans.” ! GAYLE ELIZABETH SKITT " Gay-lee” 101 Reed Avenue Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Drill Team 2; Car Wash 3, 4; Cake Sale 1, 3; Red Cap 2, 3; Paper Drive 3, 4; Jacket Drive 2; Scholarship Drive 2, 3, 4; Guidance Office Worker 2; Office Worker 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. " The mildest manner the gentlest heart.” 50 JAMES SLOWE " Jim” Prince St. " Wit and wisdom arc born within a man.” FRANK SMITH " Frank” 787 So. Washington St. Track 1; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4. " Without music, life would be a mis- take.” RALPH RANDALL SMITH " Smitty” 23 Anawan Road Intramurals 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Scholarship Fund Drive; Ski Club; Weight Lifting Club. " Nothing endures but personal quali- ties.” MICHAEL RENE SNAY " Mike” 825 Mendon Road Track 1, 2; Cross Country 1; Guitar Club 2; Yearbook Photography 4; Vari- ety Show 3 (Stage Crew); Basketball 1. " Each man can interpret another’s ex- perience only by his own.” f JOYCE ST. DENIS " Joy” RED Chase St., Box 620 Glee Club 2; Math League 3. " A sincere friend is a joy to all.” BARBARA STAUFF " Barb” })99 Mt. Hope St. D.E.C.A. 4. " Sincerity and Truth are the basis of every virtue.” 1 CHRISTINA STEVENS " Tina” 123 Division St. Student Council 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; " I have never let my schooling inter- fere with my education.” " Best Dressed” BARBARA E. SZPILA " Bob” 77 Roosevelt Avenue Drill Team 2; Art Club 1 ; Variety Show 3; Office Worker 4. " Silence is golden but I’d rather talk.” " Most Talkative” JOHN E. THERIAULT " Emil” 191 Fisher St. " Sometimes quiet but more often mischievous and fun.” MICHAEL THOMPSON " Mike” 65 West St. " As full of merriment and mischief as an elf” BRUCE EDWARD THOMPSON " Rut” 25 Pleasant St. Football 1; Basketball 24; Baseball 1; Car Wash 2, 3; Variety Show 3, 4; Cake Sale 2, 3; Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. " Man is the only creature endowed by the power of laughter.” DAWN PATRICIA THOMAS " Dawn” 111 Smith Street Glee Club 1, 2; Glee Club Accompanist at Hud.son Catholic H.S. " How sweet and gracious in even common speech.” 52 JOHN WILLIAM TRAMONTI " John” 707 South Washington St. Weight Lifting 3; Honor Society 3, 4. " Ambition is the germ from which growth of nobleness proceeds.” KEVIN LAYNE TREEN " Treeny” Lewis Rd. Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Math League 3; Honor Society 3, 4. " I not only use all the brains I have but all that I can borrow.” ROBERT TRUDEAU " Bob” 357 Broadway " A good folly is worth whatever you pay for it.” ELAINE MARIE ELIZABETH VELINO " Elaine” 57 Fisher St. Cake Sale 1, 3; Scholarship Drive 3, 4. " A kind heart is the fountain of glad- ness.” PAULA DAWN VICIAN " Paula” 72 Lakewood Drive Cake Sale 1, 3; Scholarship Drive 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. " All her commands were gracious sweet requests.” TIMOTHY JOSEPH VALADE " S.P.” 10 Falmouth St. Football 1, 3, 4. " A smile for every guy; two for every girl.” DAVID PAUL WARBURTON " Dave” 1090 Mt. Hope Street Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Weight Lifting 1, 2; Jr. Ski Club 3; Fish and Game 1, 2. " The world belongs to the enthusiast who keeps cool.” ROBERT WARD " Bob” 187 Commonwealth Ave. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Class President 1, 2; Variety Show 1; Jacket Drive 2; Paper Drive 3; Cake Sale 1, 2; Gym Stu- dent Leader 4. " A life without sports is not a life.” " Cutest " KAREN MARY WATTERS " Karen” 124 Sumner Street Cake Sale 1; Pep Club 1; National Honor Society 3, 4; Scholarship Drive 1 . " Silence is one great art of conversa- tion.” PAULA A. WHITE " Paula” 89 Kenneth Kostka Drive DECA " Good things make all things tolera- ble.” JOHN JOSEPH WHITING " John” 13 ' Lewis Road " Freedom is nothing more than the right to live as we wish.” DIANNE ROSEMARY WILLIAMS " DiDi” 2 Falmouth Street Class Secretary 3; Art Club 1, 2; Guid- ance worker 2, 3; Ski Club 3, 4; Red Cap (art) 1, 2, 3; Gym Leader 4; Cake Sale 1, 3; Paper Drive 3; Variety Show 3, 4; Car Wash 3; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Jacket Drive 2; Prom Court 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Scholarship Drive 2, 3, 4. " She will achieve success who lives well, laughs often and loves much.” " Best Dancer " 54 PETER WILMARTH " Peter” 335 Reservoir Street " There are some silent people who are more interesting than the best talk- ers.” WENDY LEE WILSON " Wendell” 532 Kelly Boulevard Scholarship Drive 1; Drivers Ed 3. " To a big heart everything is fun.” F ( JEFFREY SPENCER WNEK " Winky” 40 Hoppin Hill Avenue Band 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain of track 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Varie- ty Show 3; Weight Lifting 2, 3. " Not only to assist but to amount to something.” RONALD DAVID WNUK " Farmer” Cushman Road Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Variety Show 3, 4. " Man is the only creature that blush- es or needs to.” DONALD EDWARD WOODBURY " Woody” 454 High Street Junior Ski Club. " It is not good that a man should be alone.” PATRICIA WOULFE " Pat” 15 Kendall Street Scholarship Drive 1, 2, 3; Drill Team 2; Majorette 3. " Life without laughter is like a lamp without light.” 55 STEVEN FRANCIS WRIGHT 148 Kelley Blvd. Intramurals 1; Variety Show 2, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Senior Play 4. " The soul of a man is in his clothes.” " Best Dressed” CHRIS YOUNKINS " Chris” 285 South Washington Street Guidance Worker 2; Nurses Office 3; Jacket Drive 2; Paper Drive 3; Car Wash 3; Cake Sale 3; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Committees 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Field Hockey 3; Activities Editor of Year- book; Scholarship Drive 2. " Without love and laughter there is no joy; live amid love and laughter.” " Smoothest” 1 MOST SPIRITED JANICE CERRONE BOB REINHART MOST POPULAR KELY CHARLEBOIS JACK FITZGIBBONS III 57 SMARTEST — JEAN HAMMOND DAVID CARON MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED DONNA LAMBERT MIKE PARKS MOST DEPENDABLE KAREN HICKEY DAVE AUSTIN f I,. • 58 CUTEST DEBBIE RIOUX BOB WARD LIVELIEST ANNA GERRAUGHTY TOM PHIPPS VI 057 AMBITIOUS CINDY HJERPE HARRY FISHER 59 L ill " ..j NEATEST NANCY PETTI JIMMY CONNELLY MOST TYPICAL MICHELLE RIOUX DAVE DiRENZO J BEST DRESSED TINA STEVENS STEVE WRIGHT CLASS FLIRTS ANNE LEWIS MIKE CHRISTOPHER MOST SINCERE SHARON HEBERT MIKE LOVELY MOST CONTRIBUTING PAULA FONTAINE BOB BAKER 63 1 MOST TALKATIVE BARBARA SPZILA HAROLD MOORE MOST CONGENIAL BEV HORNE STEVE BAILEY 64 65 66 67 68 69 tfSSSBBfl 1970 RECORD NA OPP Jamboree (Case) 14 0 Sharon 14 0 Foxboro 0 14 Stoughton 8 15 King Philip 20 0 Franklin 0 20 Canton 0 25 Mansfield 7 0 Oliver Ames 7 9 Attleboro 13 20 We would like to express our appreciation for your overwhelming support you gave us throughout the past year. It has been a privilege for us to have played for such a fine school and the greatest of coaches. Thank you, Gary Jack Bob FOOTBALL (First row, l-r) S. Robenson, T. Valade, J. Fitzgibbons, B. Ward, G. Maitland, H. Moore, D. Caron, E. Lylcus. (Second row) R. DiMonte, M. Lovely, J. Connelly, M. Calderone, M. Christopher, P. Kraught, N. Burns. (Third row) S, Osborne, T. White, P. Poirier, J. Plante, E. Soullier, R. Summersall, A. Doble, M. Sampson, W. Jordan. (Fourth row) J. Pierce, R, Carreau, R. Fernald, D. Plante, P. Soullier, D. Dawes, P. Ouimet, K. Kipp, B. Hickey. (Fifth row) S. Gendron, E. Hayman, D. Lovejoy, K. Lynch, J. Trimbach, B. Provost, S. Sherman, S. Lynch, C. Chrietan. COACHES Seniors, On behalf of all the coaches a sincere thanks for your efforts this past fall. Certainly your devotion not only to us, but to North At- tleboro High School, will always be remembered. My only regret to all of you is that the Attleboro game could not have been ours. Your Pride, Spirit, and Desire on Thanksgiving un- surpassed anything I have ever been associated with. Take all the lessons football has taught with you in life and suc- cess will never elude you. My thoughts will always be with you all. 71 FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY THANKSGIVING DA Y GAME On November 26, 1970 North Attleboro met Attleboro to play the fiftieth golden anniversary game in football. Be- tween the time Keven Kipp took the opening kick-off for North until Gary Livesey swept his right end with seven seconds remaining in the game there were many memories which will often be discussed in the future. North met the heavily favored Bombardiers with all the pride, spirit, and desire they had. Steve Robertson, the MVP of the game, scored midway through the first period QPi a 44 yard run around left end. Jack Fitzgibbons kicked the extra point and North lead 7-0. Attleboro displayed its offensive power by reaching paydirt twice within the next 8 minutes. The touchdowns coming on a 9 yard run by Jo e Dutra and a 5 yard run by Gary Livesey. With only 1 min- ute and 21 seconds remaining in the half, Steve Robertson blasted through left tackle and sprinted 91 yards to the goal line. This gave North a 13-12 lead at halftime. With 5:11 left to play in the game, Gary Livesey hit Ray Boudreau with a 10 yard scoring pass. Thus ending the scoring at 20- 13 in favor of Attleboro High. For the 33 Seniors who played in THE GAME, High School football is a thing of the past. But they have all gone out with their heads high. For they have all tried their hardest and played to the best of their ability to make their respective team a winner. They have reached success no matter which team they played for. 72 r SENIORS Steve Robertspn Mark Calderone Jim Connelly Neil Burns Ralph DiMonte Dave Caron Jack Fitgibbons Gary Maitland Tim Valade Peter Kraught Mike Christopher Mike Lovely Harold Moore Ed Lykus 74 JUNIOR VARSITY (First row) D. Plante, J. Trimbach, K. Kipp, W. Jordan, A. Doble, J. Plante, T. White, S. Osborne, D. Lovejoy, J. Pierce. (Second row) P. Soullier, D. Hickey, E. Hayman, C. Ghreitan, S. Lynch, S. Gendron, K. Lynch, D. Dawes, R. Carreau, P. Ouimet, R. Fernald. FRESHMEN (First row) D. Collard, T. McGowan, J. Dawes, D. Collard, J. Rioux, D. Leary, C. McCarthy, L. Herbert. (Second row) K. Caveleri, R. Patch, S. Christopher, K. Kingsford, R. Hamilton, D. Marshall, M. Dillon. (Third row) R. Monroe, P. Chabot, S. Kipp, K. Diamond, K. Joyce, R. Cash, K. Ruest, J. Mobriant. (Fourth row) B. Orr, J. Wood, G. Poirer, P. Helmaise, S. Kraught, R. Deschenes, P. Lacasse. (Fifth row) K. LaFratta, M. Brunelli, R. Merigold, T. Riley, C. Little, J. Riley, P. Fitzgibbons, A. Carr. 1 I 78 i THE HOPES THA T LOST IN SOME EAR DISTANCE SEEM, MAY BE THE TRUER LIFE, AND THIS THE DREAM. 79 NORTH ■ L ySrnA Jm - 1 Bj f |A M 1 1 ? 1 VVvT I fC f 1 1 j 9 i ( M l Arlene McGee Jane Devoe MA JORETTES 87 MA JORETTES COLOR GUARD la ' ' ft j 1 1 1. Sandy Mobriant Kathy McDeed Roberta Legg Dale Reed Karen Rowles Debbie Cooper 2. Debbie Trowbridge Lynn Chabot Norma Boutet Ann Keating 3. Kathy Semms Heather Giyot Karen Hagerman DRILL TEAM Barbara Murray HeatJ Top 1. Maryann Codere Barbara Royal Jackie Tatra Shelia DiRenzo 2. Shirley DeMelia Elaine Barnabe Lori Legg Debbie Seymore Sue Mowbray Linda Fournier 3. Lynn Ruest Janet Casely Kathy Sailosis Karen Simmons Paula Roy Dolores Rabuffe Gail Currier 4. Laura Champange Karen MacDonald Rose Holland Debbie Burke Sally Schricker Brend Morse Maureen Conners I i Janice Cerrone Jan Livingston Debby Rioux Karen LaRocque Kely Charlebois Donna Lambert Sharon Hebert Donna Paquette Cindy Hjerpe (Head) Anna Gerraughty Kathy Dalton 87 BAND V- vl % X ' ATTLEBOfioy, FIELD HOCKEY I THE SEA HATH BOUNDS, BUT DEEP DESIRE HA TH NONE WE LIVE IN OUR DESIRES RATHFR THAN OUR ArHJFVFMFNTS 91 1970 RECORD OPP NA Stoughton 29 28 (won Canton 23 4 0 (lost) Loxboro 16 46 (lost) Lranklin 30 27 (won) Oliver Ames 22 38 (lost) King Philip 20 40 (lost) Sharon 29 28 (won) Although North Attleboro did not have a winning season there were some outstanding individual perfor- mances from some of the Cross Country men. Jeff Wnek set the record for the 2.7 mile course with a time of 13 minutes 52 seconds. Mike Habershaw and Jeff Payne were able to pick up the needed second and third place positions in Norths scoring to help with the teams scoring. North will lose three seniors this year. They are Jeff Wnek, Mike Habershaw, and Murray Korman but with returning lettermen Jeff Payne and Gleen Jette and sup- port from Gary King , Steve Ludwig, Dave Andrews, John Juusola, Jim Lang, and Steve Varney the 1971 shows promise. Cross Country Coach Robert Aussant CROSS COUNTRY 92 BASKETBALL {Standing, I to r) M. McCanhy, M. Calderone, B. Ward, B. Thompson, B. Lang, Coach Pickering, P. Merry, D. Anderson, B. McLean, S. Robenson, R. Lcco, C. Mitchell, Trainer. {Kneeling) R. Wnuk, D. DiNardo. CO- CAPTAINS Doug DiNardo We cannot express our thanks in words to Mr. Pickering, but as a token of our ap- preciation we would like to dedicate our message to him. Coach Pickering has given to our school and our town the first winning seasons they’ve seen since his playing days. He has instilled in us the will to win and the ac- ceptance of defeat. He has not only at- tempted to make us basketball players, but also gentlemen at all times. In short, the poster in the gym stating, " PICKERING: PRIDE AND PERFECTION”, is appro- priate. We wish to express our gratitude to the student body. Without you we couldn’t have had a winning season. Thank You, Ron Doug Ron Wnuk i 1 94 To The Class of ’71: It is sometimes difficult to express in words one’s feelings and thoughts. For me as a coach and teacher the class of ’71 has provided memories and experiences that will live with me forever. As I write this I reflect back to the first basketball team I ever coached and I see many of the same faces who have brought to North High most of its greatest basketball achieve- ments. Through dedication, sacrifice, determination, and individual and team pride this year’s team defeated Attleboro twice in one season, a feat not matched in decades; it was the first team to play in Boston Garden; it established a new school scor- ing record of 102 points in one game and for the first time in history will play in the Tech Tournament. None of this would have been possible without the tremendous leadership of co-captians Doug DiNardo and Ron Wnuk. The overwhelming support given us by our cheerleaders has played a most important part in our success and knowing that the student body were 100% behind us was certainly inspiring. To the senior basketball players, and to Carl Mitchell, a most loyal trainer, I say thank you for the past six years; thank you for the joy of victory and for helping me to understand the heartbreak and loneliness of defeat. We have been through much together and through it all you have been an inspiration and challenge. What you have given of yourselves to the school and community will not soon be forgotten. What you have given to me will never be forgotten. For you, graduation from high school is a beginning, but for me as a coach and man it is an end, the end of an era. I sincerely wish each and every member of the class of ’71 the best that life can bring. KENNETH G. PICKERING 95 Rick Leco SENIORS 96 Mark Calderone t Steve Robertson iu Bob Ward Bruce McLean Ron Wnuk Pete Merry Mike McCarthy M 98 F -ifc? 4 f " What you eat and drink today, . You dribble and shoot tomorrow.” L. Dreisell " Win without arrogance, lose without alibi.” K. Rockne " When the offense stalls, the defense holds it together.” K. G. Pickering 99 r JUNIOR VARSITY ■ H. Hi- ' 23 1 ♦oHr,(,y ♦ 4 ' : 1 43 1 1 (stm V V ■ t08r r |3I P IJ? 1 1 ’f ' i , oRr4, ' ' 1 i li PfORr,,, ' wL G hi ■ 3 1 {Standing, I to r) D. Collard, Mgr., S. Lynch, D. Hobbs, D. Dawes, K. LaRocque, J. Reposa, M. Hanson, F. Ward, R, Fernald, J. Bergeron, C. Bailey, D. Collard, Mgr., Kneeling: P. Ouimet. " A blaze of loyalty for the team which burns brightly in victory and is fanned, not extinguished, by the winds of defeat.” 101 D. Murchy, GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM K. Stearns D. Christopher | 1 S. Will, C. Frazier, 102 Victories that are easy are cheap; those only are worth having which come as a result of hard fighting. 103 f " For your nonconformity the world whips you with its displeasure.” " Make no mistake about it ... I am the TRUE FOX” ' Spare Parts’ 107 I 1 " Stop it, stop it ... I love it.!!” " Mother’s Little Helper.” " For sure!!” " You doubt the word of H. Moore. ” 108 SENIOR PLAY CAST L. Kcniston, D. Riley, B. Baker, J. Hall, D. DiRenzo, J. Paiano, J. Connelly, J. Hammond, R. Crossley, J. Fitzgibbons, R. Gardner. 109 SENIOR CHEERLEADERS I Anna Gerraughty Kely Charlebois r Cindy Hjerpe {Head) On behalf of the graduating cheerleaders I would like to thank Mrs. Dawson for her continuous support dur- ing our wonderful months of cheering. Cindy Debby Rioux Janice Cerrone Jan Livingston Sharon Hebert TRACES OF LOVE May 15, 1970 112 1 «,-« pi B? ■ j V " " ‘ pI 1 " JBT rJl P mM Jfl WE’VE ONLY JUST BEGUN FEBRUARY 19, 1971 114 KELY QUEEN 1 ■ ■ HI “riHai tV 1 1 — ' 3l Hr ’ m mmm 116 118 . I 4 119 121 YEARBOOK STAFF 1971 Bob Baker Assistant Editor Paula Fontaine Senior Section Editor Nancy Petti Business Co-Editor Bev Horne Business Manager Debby Rioux Lay-Out Editor Cindy Hjerpe Editor in Chief John Newbury Faculty Editor f I Dan Donnelly, Mike Snay Photography Editors Jean Hammond, Jan Livingston Circulation Editors i ' i dtiHU H John Fitzgibbons, Arlene McGee Sports Editors Karen Hickey Chris Younkins Underclassmen Activities Editors Mrs. Mullen Advisor 123 SENIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD J. Ceronne, Kathy Blanton, D. DiFiore, D. Williams, M. Lovely, C. Younkins, L. Keniston, B. Baker, D. Burke. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS BOOKS L. Beaupre B. Murray D. MacNeil M. Richardson D. Riley STUDENT COUNCIL 0«f.’ John Thorpe, S. Feder, N. Boutet, C. McGowen, D. MacNeil, D. Doyle, L, Beaupre, B. Murray. Two: B. Reinhart, J. Connelly, Z. Jakuboski, D. Riley, M. Connors, J. Weston, J. Fuller, J. Wing, S. Ahern, C. Essen, D. Sacco, M. Richardson, M. Korman AUDIO VISUAL Caldwell, Borsche, Holden, Lightfoot, Mayers, Habcrshaw, Mr. Reimer, Abells, Jordon. PEP CLUB V ' 1 N. Closson, N. Boutet, C. Wnek, K. Hagerman, L. Baker, A. Keeting, L. Greeves, L. Weekly, L. Ruest, K. Thompson, C. Northrup, S. Jones, K. Hamilton, D. laco- nis, E. Ryder, R. Holland, M. Coddere, C. Woodworth, D. Rabuffo, B. Cavanaugh, D. Casely, S. Schricker. BRASS ENSEMBLE K. Buchane, B. Baker, J. Klepadlo, L. Corman, T. Shasto. 125 OFFICE WORKERS S. Feder, N. Dempster, B. Cavanaugh, M. Coderra, L. Gaillipeau, K. Welch, K. Gaboury, S. McNamara, M. St. Pierre, S. DiRenzo, S. Damberg, A. Currier, D. Carpenter, M. McNamara, D, Cooper, L, Legg, L. Beaupre, ASS ISTANT LIBRARIANS P. Mackill, S. Sprig, R. Chase, L. Champagne, R. Kirylo, L. Fournie, D. Ruest, Mrs. Mullen, M. Michaud, C. Roy. GUIDANCE WORKERS H. Weekly, P. Mackill, S. Sprig, A. Currier, B. Cavanaugh, R. Chase, K. McDeed, D. Fournier, D. Doyle, S. Di- Renzo, D. Merry. 126 127 A CAPPELLA CHOIR K. Snay, J. Petrie, M. Bothne, R. Riley, N. Feder, C. Wnek, K. Johnson, C. Johnson, P. Ducharme, H. Buchan, M. Cotter. D. Trowbridge, C. Hjerpe, K. Purdy, K. Salesses, M. Wilson, N. Shepherd, M. Cloutier, S. Lincoln, L. Chabot, S. Feder, D. Reed, K. Rowles, D. Purdy, B. Royal, V. Rancourt, S. Surrey, E. Ryder, S. Damburg, B. Crossley, L. Cook, B. Morse, S. Petti. BRIDGE CLUB V. Rancourt A. Keating S. Surrey E. Ryder Mr, Schwing MATH LEAGUE R. Chase, K. Hagerman, N. Boutet, Mr. Schwing, B. Riley, K. Scanlon, C. Hjerpe, J. Doucette, F. Moore, J. Newberry, G. Lincoln, D. Riley, M. Richardson, Z. Jakuboski. 128 CLASS OFFICERS SENIOR JUNIOR SOPHOMORE 129 FRESHMAN 130 131 WE SALUTE YOU MR. EDWARD MEADE The class of 1971 would like to wish you a fond farewell and much pleasure during your retirement. 132 GO FORTH TO MEET THE SHADOWY FUTURE WITHOUT FEAR AND WITH YOUTHFUL HEART JUNIORS Room 201: (L to r, 1st row) J. Brown, L. Chabot, D, Carpenter, C. Cavanagh, P. Bosh, L. Boucher. {2nJ row) K. Buchan, D. Cauldwell, M. Blodgett, J. Casey, J. Kipp, S. Achin. (3rii row) D. Alger, D. Anderson, D. Banks, R. Brown, G, Bumpus, D, Cleveland. (4th row) F. Battaglia, L. Caldwell, P. Carey, A. Cavalieri, M. Cobb, S. Allsopp, A. Barry. 134 Have a busy night? Oh sure, Terry!! Room 202: (Z, to r, 1st row) P. Ducharme, L. Forbes, L. Gaboury, B. Forbes, J. Fuller, S. Feder, N. E empster, D. Cooper. (2W row) A. Currier, R. E)ugas, M. Dargis, A. Doble, D. Donnelly, D. Fuller, M. Knight, D. Austin. {3rd row) T. Gibeault, B. Gobin, S. Geghardt, T. Gaboury, T. Everton, D. Ewald. (4th row) K. Devlin, J. Fernburg. 135 Maybe it went down the drain! Room 204: (L to r, 1st row) K. LaRocque, T. Hall, L. Godin, J. Hawthorne, C. Johnson. [2nd row) E. Hirsch, J. Kinney, B. Harmon, L. Lapierre, L. Larsen, D. Harris. [3rd row) P. Hillman, L. Grenier, J. Healy, M. Hagopian, B. Gulick, R. Kidd. [4th row) S. Greene, G. Langille, M. Gohring, D. Grygalonis, S. Kinny, R. Kell, W. Jordan. [3th row) Z. Jakuboski, D. Johnstone, K. LaRocque, M. Grimes, W. Jordan. 136 Room 205: {L to r, Isl row) P. Paulousky, L. Matthews, D. Lockhart, D. Paquette, J. Petersen, M. McNamara, R. Lcgg. (2nd row) D. Parker, L. Leblanc, K. McDeed, E. Lew, McLaughlin, D. MacNeill, A. Bellavance, C, Lyons, (ird row) M. Hansen, P. Lussier, K. Mayers, K. Park, D. Milot, R. Perry, B. Lemuir, D. Pelchat. (4th row) R. McAlice, McFarlin, W. Millet, W. Penney, J. Levesque, A. Loue, S. Osbourne, J, Payne. 1 But I didn’t mean to hit her! The first one who laughs is going to get it! 137 2 2 Room 205B: (L to r, Ut row) B. Rhind, D. Reed, J. Petrie, P. Pierce, H. Pollock. (2nci row) W. Prescott, M. Philibert, M. Pollard, S. Podsiardlo, R. Precourt, B. Piette. (}rd row) C. Reynolds, B. Provost, P. Poirier, J. Plante, C. Rand, S. Rice. You what?? 138 1 . Easy rider? Ro om 207: (Z. to r, 1st row) D. Roberts, V. Rosig, K. Scanlon, K. Rowles, N. Ripley, P. Scnechal. (2nd row) B. Rocket, D. Rioux, B. Royal, R. Riley, J. Schofield, K. Sawyer, M. Tatro. (}rd row) L. Tolliver, D. Richards, G. Stauff, M. Samson, J. Turcotte, R. Summersall, D. Sawyer. (4th row) M. Stevens, C. Seekal, P. Rose, K, Lightfoot, j. Soldani, J. Shaw, 139 I !( 1 Room 215: (Z, to r, 1st row) E. Vandette, W. Sherburn, K. Yco, H. Weakley, F. West, S. Webb. (2nJ row) T. White, B. Weeman, J. Weston, T. White, A. Vegiard, T. West. 140 Oh no — it ifcZ go down the drain!! SOPHOMORES A.- m m L M Room 101: (L to r, 1st row) K. Blanton, J. Casely, D. Burke, L. Baker, D. Anderson, J. Achin, J. Barrett, R. Boyd. (2nd row) ]. Bellevance, C. Bailey, D. Andrews, M. Barton, J. Bergeron, J. Bedard, D. Bail, R. Beaulieu. (3rd row) A. Boucher, S. Cameron, R. Blaise, F. Blackbird, B. Cambridge, R. Carreau, S. Barry. (4th row) P. Bishop, J. Bodinski. Oh no! I should’ve done my homework . . . 141 Room 103: (L to r, 1st row) P. Cunis, L. Conrad, D. Dargis, L. Cook, P. Dillon, M. Coderre, M. Dion. (2nd row) I. Copeland, R. Celeste, J. Cooper, R. DeBlois, C. Conley, W. Charron. (5rd row) G. Chretien, C. Cronin, J. Cerretto, J. DeSalvo, N. Chabot. (4th row) S. Damburg, S. Cooper, D. DeGraff, J. DeYorio, L. Cruteau. f : I Room 104: {L to r, 1st row) M. Guyot, K. Hagerman, K. Hamilton, D. Fournier, C. Hall, K. Gaboury, L. Gallipcau, E. Gray. (2ntJ row) R. Dunning, B. Estey, P. Dumoulin, R. DiRenzo, L. Gelineau, M, Gabory, S. Gcndron, R. Goulet, (3rd row) J. Amy, J. Kapolek, C. Essen, D. Guimond, D. Fournier, B. Dohring, R. Fernald. (4th row) D. Doyle, S. DiRenzo, M. Doak, L. Gobin, J. Gowan, R. Forbes, C, Fontaine. I I Room 105 ; (L to r, 1st row) S. Jones, C. Kent, C. Houde, M. Jenkes, D. Kessler, P. King, A. Joannidi, S. Hebert. (2nd row) R. Holland, D. Hobbs, W. Holland, E. Hayman, G. Hickey, D. Johnson, L. Lacasse, R. Jacques. (3rd row) M. Helmase, K. Kipp, M. Johnson, G. Holbrcwk, R. Hobson, B. Heil, M. Healy, A. Johnson, (4th row) W. Hickey, D. Hodson, L. Korman, G. Jette, G. King. Room 106: (L to r, 1st row) K. Lyon, D. Merry, C. McDonald, S. Lincoln, L. Legg, A. Pizzarelli, S. Legg, S. Larock. {2nd row) E. Logan, M. Michaud, K. Lynch, W. Lang, S. Lynch, J. McMatton, S. Ludwig, J. Lincoln. {3rd row) J. McAlice, W. McGowcn, K. McGowen, P. Mayer, S. Lynch, D. Laliberte, D. Lovejoy. I Room 107: (L to r, 1st row) J. Mitchell, V. Mitchell, P. O’Brien, S. Petti, S. Musil, B. Morse, L. Quellette, S. Precourt. (2n Morse, F. Moore, D. Mullaney, B. Miller, (3r row) C. Pierce, D. Plante, F. Penney, J. Pierce, S. Miller, B. Payton. row) J. Perkins, D. Petrie, L. Moulton, M. Phipps, S. The world’s not ready for another Shakespeare! 145 .f " Rock Hudson, surrounded by his fans?? r Room 108: (L to r, 1st row) L. Ruest, D. Purdy, B, Richards, S. Schricker, C. Shaw, D. Radnor, J. Richards, D. Quimby. (2ntJ row) A. Seekall, A. Roberts, D. Ruest, S. Reposa, j ' M, Reynolds, R. Rupp, M. Rosig, M. Ryan, (Jra ' row) G. Rancourt, S. Riel, K. Rowles, L. Schmitt, N. Shephard, L. Ryder, J. Rondeau. 146 Room 109: (L to r, 1st row) K. Simmons, B. Vine, C. Woodevarth, S. Will, D. Trowbridge, K. Thompson. (2nd row) P. Thompson, P. Troy, L. Sweetland, J. Tatro, L. Wright, K. Snay. (3rd row) K. Zilch, B. Ware, T. Vigarito, J. Trimback, J. Sherman, F. Ward. (4th row) S. Surrey, S. Wright, K. Welch, M. Wilson, G. Tousignant. No, I’m not busy Friday night. 147 FRESHMEN ii ! 1 ” ! ii i 1 1 i 1 f 1 iniiiili ' il ! jj Room 1 : (L to r, 1st row) P. Barboza, R. Bcrard, C. Andrews, S. Ahearn, D. Beaupre, E. Bamabe, P. Basset. (2nti row) R. Arena, M. Argue, D. Brekwith, D. Adams, D. Abells, B, Andrews. (3r i row) J. Bedard, E. Baker, M. Barboza, G. Barton. 148 Room 3: (L to r, 1st row) N. Burgess, C, Bresnahan, L. Champagne, S. Bouthilette, L. Carpenter, P. Brodeur, C. Boss, S. Burgess. [2nd row) D. Bunker, B. Cavanagh, D. Chris- topher, R, Cash, R. Brown, W. Bird, R. Carpenter, S. Christopher, [ird row) A. Carpeno, N. Closson, J. Carr, S. Conley, M. Cavalieri, M. Chabot, D. Collard. (4th row) J. Brown, J. Carr, D. Collard, B. Burrows, M. Cavanagh, M. Cavallaro, A. Calcia. Room 4; (L to r, 1st row) S. Dorr, G. Currier, B. Crossley, J. Cote, D. Delvecchio, L. Darrah. (2nd row) H. Dorr, D. Corrigan, G. Dean, S. Costello, J. Defoire, L. DeBlois. (3rd , row) M. Cotter, R. Deshanes, N. Duchaine, M. Dillon, K. Diamond, D. Derosiers. (4th row) L. Doble, D. Costello, M. Coverse, D. Dugan, S. Crouchane. i ■ i j ■ 1 We weren’t fooling around, honest! 150 Sure that’s your size, Lorna? Room 9: {L to r, 1st row) L. Fish, T. Henderson, D. Frazier, S. Habershaw, S. Gallipcau, N. Feder, W. Hall, row) W. Glover, P. Fernbcrg, P. Helmase, S. Hammond, R. Hamilton, L. Hebert, L, Fournier. (3rci row) L. Greaves, C. Fraise, D. Finn, R. Hall, W. French, W. Gelincau, D. Terrante. 151 Room 11; (L lo r, 1st row) A. Keating, D. Korman, L. LaBree, A. Kirylo, R. Kirylo, C. Lacasse, N. Jones, C. Jones. (2nii row) C. Johnson, C. Johnson, L. Langille, L. Johnstone, S. Krauth, K. Joyce, S. Kipp, K. Kingsford. (Brd row) P. Horman, A. Kissner, D. Hiltz,J. Lang, K. LaFratta, M. Kell, P. Lacasse, M. Krzywonos. (4th row) T. Ogni, C. Landry, E. Kirylo, E. Johnson, A. James, J. Jusula, W. Hjerpe. f 2:15 Rush hour Room 102B: (L to r, 1st row) G. Parker, P. Osterberb, C. Paradise, E. Oliver, M. Connors, M. Peterson, J. Oldham, E. Paul. (2nci row) A. Petrie, R. Paynton, A. Pepper, M. Pe- terson, C. Perkins, R. Patch, B. Orr. 153 Room 112: (L to r, 1st row) J. McAlice, C. MacEwen, D. Ludwig, B. Martly, V. Lemioux, J. McGowan, R. Lownie, D. Murchy, L. Munroe. {2ntJ row) A. Oldham, J. Morrill, R. Merigold, R. Monroe, C. Little, G. Parker, T. McGowan, D. Leary, D. Lyon. {3rd row) K. Lettelier, C. Maselbas, B. Norman, M. Norman, N. McClean, D. Marshall, M. Mar- chand, T. Lovejoy. (4 row) L. McNulty, S. McBride, S. McCallum, S. Mattson, M. Mederios, R. LeBlanc, J. Mobriant, C. McLaughlin. {3th row) P. Nolan, L. McKitchen, M. Lussier, D. LeClair, P. McKill, S. Mowbray, P. MacKill, C. Northrup. Where’s your pass.’? 154 Don’t look at me! I didn’t put the tack on your chair! Caf A; (L to r, 1st row) C. Semple, B. Posladlo, P. Roy, C. Roy, G. Pizzarelli, D. Sienko, A. Shernburn, R. Rosig, D. Radnor (iW row) S. Ryng, D. Reposa, D. Roberts, B. Reed, D. Rancourt, M. Shaw, C. Philibet, P. St. Germain, C. Piantadozi. (3rd row) K. Salasae, J. Rioux, K. Ruest, R. Petti, J. Schmidt, D. Plant, T. Riley, J. Poholek, G. Poirier. (4th row) K. Simmons, D. Rabuffo, G. Rancourt, J. Riley, P. Reynolds, D. Sandland, R. Plante, J. Riley. 155 Caf B: (L to r, 1st row) M. St. Pierre, B. Tolliver, L. Whattmough, D. Watlers, M. Wilson, C. Wnek, P. Vanbever, M. Tyler. {2nd row) K. Slawson, S. Sprague, T. Younkins, J. Thorpe, R. Watson, R. Vandette, J. Zielinski, S. Varney. {3rd row) S. Wilmarth, J. Wildgoose, R. Sousa, W. Wagner, K. Wright, D. Yeo, D. Tousignant, S. Svendsen. Room 110: (L to r, 1st row) L. Hayman, J. Carley, S. Deschcne, L. Davis, C. Benoit, K. Bradley. (2nd row) P. Broule, M. Cote, K. Martin, D. Parenteau, W, Cauldwell, D. Cer- rone, M. Wright. 157 L 158 J PARENTS PAGE MR. AND MRS. LEO J. ACHIN MR. AND MRS. DONALD AUSTIN MR. AND MRS. RAYMOND BISHOP MR. AND MRS. PAUL CALDERONE MR. AND MRS. ARMAND CARON MR. AND MRS. ARMAND CERRONE MR. AND MRS. CHARLES W. CHACE MR. AND MRS. RICHARD DALTON MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR R. DEVOE MR. AND MRS. BENJAMIN DiNARDO MR. AND MRS. HENRY DONNELLY MR. AND MRS. EDWARD DOUCETTE MR. AND MRS. RUSSELL EISHER MR. AND MRS. JOHN FITZGIBBONS MR. AND MRS. NORMAN FONTAINE MR. AND MRS. MARSHALL HAMMOND MR. AND MRS. AIME HEBERT MR. AND MRS. EDWARD HEBERT MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM HJERPE MR. AND MRS. PAUL E. HORNE MR. AND MRS. MELVIN KORMAN MR. AND MRS. WARREN LAMBERT DR. AND MRS. EUGENE LECO MR. AND MRS. CHARLES T. LOVELY MR. AND MRS. DONALD R. MAITLAND MR. AND MRS. VINCENT B. McGEE MR. AND MRS. JOHN MITCHELL MR. AND MRS. JOHN MOBRIANT MRS. MARY MONAST MR. AND MRS. WHEATON MONROE MR. AND MRS. HENRY L. NEWBURY MR. AND MRS. JOHN PAIANO MR. AND MRS. ROBERT PARKS MR. AND MRS. LEROY F. PHIPPS MRS. HAROLD P. REINHART MR. AND MRS. ELMER N. RILEY MR. AND MRS. W. STEWART ROBERTSON MR. AND MRS. MAX SCHWEINSHAUT JR. MR. AND MRS. JOHN SPZILA MR. AND MRS. LIONEL THERIAULT MR. AND MRS. ALEXANDER WARD MRS. HELEN WILLIAMS MR. AND MRS. WALTER WNEK MR. AND MRS. STEPHEN WNUK MR. AND MRS. JOHN K. YOUNKINS MR. AND MRS. LUDGER GUIMOND MR. AND MRS. THOMAS D. WARBURTON A D V E R T I ADVERTISEMENTS E M E N T S 163 iia»T%W]»i- 7rrr. " DORAN JOHNSON MFG CORP. 64 Elm St. North Attleboro, Mass. Compliments of ALDO’S PIZZA EAGLE ' S ROOST ANTIQUE SHOP 771 E. Washington St. North Attleboro, Mass. TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INC. 34 Forest St. Attleboro, Mass. F. M. CURTIS. INC. FRANK and MARGARET Reliable News Bureau MARGARET CURTIS Real Estate and Insurance HOWARD RIOUX Remodeling Building Repairing 699-2350 NATURAL HEALTH FOODS " Where Better Health Begins " 164 Congratulations to the Class of 1971 HENRY L NEWBURY INSURANCE AGENCY 554 Kelley Blvd. North Attleboro, Mass. Congratulations From THE STUDENT COUNCIL MANUFACTURERS NATIONAL Compliments of BANK OF BRISTOL COUNTY DIAMOND FUNERAL HOME 66 RINGUETTE’S MARKET Congratulations 60 Eddy St. “Quality Meats and Groceries’’ INTERBORO LAUNDRY INC. JOSEPH R. G. GELINAS Compliments of INSURANCE AGENCY KELLEY TATARIAN 36 North Washington Street North Attleboro, Moss. 02760 Insurance Business: 695-0366 1 04 Pork St. Attleboro BORO SAND AND STONE INC. W. HICKEY CO. Washed Sand and Stone Products Plain Street North Attleboro, Moss. General Contractor Wh. Co.p. 98 South Washington Street North Attleboro, Mass. 02760 ATTLEBORO ALPINE SKI SHOPPE CONTRACT MANUFACTURING 15 N. Main St., Attleboro 167 Congratulations to the Class of " 1 DIP N’ SIP 225 E. Washington St. N. Attleboro, SAass. Congratulations Class of 1971 NEW LEADERSHIP! WEBSTER COMPANY, INC. FRANK SMITH SILVER COMPANY NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASSACHUSETTS 02761 (617) 699-4477 Baby Goods Wedding Gifts Sterling Flatware 1 169 PLEASANT ST. PHARMACY Compliments of HARVEY’S ROAST BEEF KULL ' S STATIONERS AND OFFICE SUPPLIES. INC. RICHARD’S HAIRSTYLIST A M FLYING " A " CHESTNUT ST. BODY SHOP 75 Chestnut St. North Attleboro, Mass, FRIENDLY ICE CREAM Compliments of | HOMER-ALDEN CO. CARL F. BERGLUND —SCULPTOR— Compliments of HI-LO MEAT MARKET LAMBERT INSURANCE MAINE MOTEL REEVE’S DRUGSTORE HOLU RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGE ROY’S BARBER SHOP Compliments of DOR-WIN LUMBER 170 Congratulations Class of 1971 BALDWIN ' S OFFICE SUPPLY B J JEWELRY CO., INC. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE HOME OWNED " WALT” BLACK 26-28 N. Washington St. North Attleboro, Mass. 699-2462 Congratulations Class of 1971 ROME RESTAURANT " Best Wishes to the Graduates " W. HICKEY CO. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS Attleboro, Mass. REMEMBER— " Save and Have " General Contractors Box 489 North Attleboro ELCO COMPANY INC. KEN ' S ERNEST L CHARLEBOIS EUGENE L. 70 EMORY ST. ATTLEBORO, MASS. 222-0475 REFRIGERATION " BEST WISHES " CARPETS 171 Complimenfs of COLSTONE RESTAURANT CHRIS WARNER SON ARCO STATION Corner of So. Washingfon and Draper CLASSIC WIG AND DRESS BOUTIQUE Roufe One Nor+h Attleboro Wigs — Dresses — Pantsuits — Jumpsuits Seth Thomas Bulova Cordless Clocks and Caravelle Watches COLONIAL HEIRLOOMS Route 1 North Attleboro Home of Ethan Allen Furniture E. E. WUILLEUMIER Next to the Theater Watch and Clock All Work Repairing Guaranteed UNCLE TED ' S SERVICE CENTER 651 So. Washington St. North Attleboro, Mass. Congratulations ABBEY MOTEL JEWELLED CROSS COMPANY 1 1 7 So. Washington St. N. Attleboro, Mass. Compliments to The Class of 1971 From The EASTERN TRANSMISSION CO. " NOW " Staff Advisor — Mr. Olivier Editor — Karen Mehang 809 E. Washington St. Tel. 695-3013 172 THE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. of RHODE ISLAND STANDARD CHAIN COMPANY Compliments of WHITING DAVIS, CO. JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS 23 West Bacon St., Plainville, Mass. SWIFT FISHER INC. Compliments of ORENT BROTHERS GAUDETTE LEATHER GOODS. INC. ANTOINE’S ERNIE ' S SHOE REPAIR JERRY ' S WATCH SERVICE JIFFY CHEF 174 Best Wishes to the Compliments of Class of ”71 " MILLER ' S DEPT. STORE ALLEN GREGORY MUSIC 25 N. Washington St. North Attleboro, Mass. SPERRY-DEBLOIS INC. EARL C. FOSTER FUNERAL SERVICE SON INC. established in 1 873 90 Commonwealth Ave. Attleboro Falls, Mass. Completely Air-Conditioned Ample Parking 15 Grove St. North Attleboro, Mass. 695-5651 175 Tel. 695-0291 Rentals THE SNOW SHED " Everything For The Skier " APRES SKI FALL ' S SHOPPING CENTER Louis DeBlois 585 E. Washington, Rte. 1 North Attleboro, Mass. 02760 Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of 1971. MACDONALD ' S GILMORE MOBILE HOMES, INC. INSURANCE AGENCY 130 E. Washington St. North Attleboro, Mass. 176 Compliments REIDS " JOE " CURTIS REAL ESTATE APPLIANCES AND TV 13 No. Washington St. 847 E. Washington St. North Attleboro, Mass. 699-4487 North Attleboro, Mass. 02760 " Properties All Types " Compliments of TRIBORO CINEMA 1 AND II BRIGGS NURSERY FIRST BRISTOL COUIMTY NATIONAL BANK rAWi tta ' yraiiT ww]i ' niwiP Congratulations CLASS OF 1971 NORTH ATTLEBORO HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION “1 if t MAILMASTER FOR POSTAL SHIPMENTS k ' ■ ■tfr ' 179 lOM v iiMiiHinimi A. T. PARKER AND CO. Insurance Compliments of NORTH ATTLEBORO PACKAGE STORE ASSOCIATION Best Wishes to the Class of " 71. " Compliments of NOLAN’S FLOWERS RATTEY’S DRIVE-IN Route 1 N. Attleboro “Our Hamburgers Are Made With U.S. Choice Grade Western Beef. (We Grind Our Own.)’’ 180 DONLEY MFC. CO., INC Telephone 699-4464 Beauehaine ' s INC. Lumber and Building Materials 149 Chestnut Street North Attleboro, Mass. 181 NIFTY NOOK MEXICAN IMPORTS MARY ' S KENNETH HAIR STYLIST 588 Kelley Blvd. North Attleboro, Mass. UNION THEATER ACHIN ' S GARAGE HEATHER HILL GOLF COURSE 18 HOLES— PUBLIC INVITED West Bacon St. Plainville 182 Congratulations COMPTON DOOR SALES DIV. COMPTON DOOR CO. INC. North Attleboro, Mass. Compliments of SILLMAN ' S SHOE STORE " Attleboro ' s Oldest Shoe Store " RICHARD SAWYER COMPLETE HOME REMODELING 846 Oalcridge Ave. North Attleboro, Mass. Tel. 699-2993 Compliments of DRIV-RITE AUTO-SCHOOL We of an older generation wish for the graduates of the class of 1971 the enthusiasm, ideal- ism and common sense so essential to truly change the world. McGOWEN INSURANCE AGENCY 183 1 5 Spruce St. N. Attleboro e nie PHARMACY PAUL A. BERNIER, Reg. Ph. DILTRAN CORPORATION Best Wishes to the Class of " 71 " 2 So. Washington St. Tel. 699-8842 North Attleboro, Mass. Precision Metal Parts Contacts — Stampings — Bimetals Congratulations Class of " 71 " “Better Quality Costs Less " Compliments of J. P. REYNOLDS CO. Attleboro, So. Main Str.eet, Rte. 152 Ploinville, Junction Rtes. 106 and 152 Foxboro, 141 Main Street, Rte. 140 ALICE’S SHOP 57 North Washington Street North Attleboro, Mass. Best Wishes Tel. 699-891 1 V. H. BLACKINGTON CO., INC. 184 Infants’, Children’s and Women’s Apparel Congratulations Class of 1971 ATTLEBORO-PLAINVILLE COAL CO. FULLER BOX CO. INC. 150 Chestnut Street North Attleboro, Moss. 185 Compliments of HOLMAN INSURANCE NATIONAL FENCE CO. AGENCY, INC. South Washington St. 27 Pleasant St., Attleboro, Mass. Phone 222-0794 BARBER ELECTRIC MFG. CO., INC. G. HOWARD MORSE JR. “WE INSURE EVERYTHING UNDER THE SUN.” Congratulations Class of 71! Fine Furniture Since 1898 ATHERTON’S W. H. RILEY 32 South Main St. SON, INC. 61 North Washington St. North Attleboro Serving the Community Since 1 873 S. M. HEAT TREATING COMPANY 83 Chestnut St. 186 Congratulations to the Class of IV DOROTHY’S BEAUTY SALON NORTH ATTLEBORO GAS CO. Best Wishes to the Class of " TV ' North Washington St. 187 Best Wishes FRENCHIE’S SERVICE STATION, INC. Congratulations MANDEVILLE CHEVROLET INC. North Attleboro, Mass. SCHOFIELD HARDWARE CO. 54 North Washington St. North Attleboro, Mass. WHITE BIRCH MOTEL APTS. CAM AND LIL LARAMEE Owner-Manager R+. 1, So. Washington St. North Attleboro, Mass. Telephone 695-9804 188 RILEY BROTHER’S LUMBER CO. 189 CUMBERLAND FARMS Complimenfs of Nor+h Attleboro, Mass. JOLLY CHOLLY ' S NORTH BOWL LANES HORACE B. GOWEN Realtor 26 S. Washington St. COMPLIMENTS OF BLISS BROS. DAIRY 190 Tri-Boro Plaza 1 ' V til| «T If ttit -, W. T. GRANT CO. 191 Congratulations to the Class of " IV FRANK MILLER SON, INC 192 Good Luck to the Class of " 71” From the N.A.H.S. CHEERLEADERS President John Fitzgibbons Vice-President Beverly Horne Cindy Hjerpe — HEAD Anna Gerraughty Jan Livingston Karen LaRooque Debbi Rioux Kely Charlebois Donna Lambert Sharon Hebert Kathy Dalton Donna Paquette Janice Cerrone Congratulations to the Class of 1971. Secretary Treasurer Paula Fontaine Mike Parks THE FLOWER STUDIO DECORATIVE WINDOWS " Flowers whisper what words cannot say. " TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU 78 N. Washington St. SPECIALIZING IN CUSTOM MADE Draperies — Valances — Shades — Slip Covers — Venetian Blinds — Bedspreads — Decoative Rods — Accessories 695-3612 226 Park St. 695-3600 Shop at Home Service Tel. 695-0339 JOHN and TERI SOUZA 74 N. Washington St. North Attleboro, Mass. ERNEST J. PRECOURT, INC. Electric Contractors RESIDENTIAL AND INDUSTRIAL WIRING 222-1286 Attleboro, Massachusetts 193 M. A. VIGORITO AND SON, INC. 8 North Washington St. THE NEW PLAINSMAN RESTAURANT Kelley Blvd. North Attleboro SHELL NORTH PLAZA Gasoline — Motor Oils — Greases Corner of Elm and E. Washington St. PHIL ' S MOBILE STATION 557 Kelley Blvd. North Attleboro Compliments of WALTER H. MURPHY PAINTS AND WALLPAPER SUPPLIES 80 No. Washington St. L S. PETERSON COMPANY " JEWELRY " E. Washington St. L AND R SUBSHOP 15 S. Washington St. JOANNE PACKAGING CO.. INC. 225 Mt. Hope St. North Attleboro, Mass. Compliments of BURN’S SERVICE STATION 194 Standing: (L-R) Rene N. Robert, Assistant Treasurer; Fernand L. Mandeville, Board of Directors. Seated: (L-R) Arthur R. Devoe, Executive Vice-Presidenf; Elmer N. Riley, 2nd Vice-President. LIGGEH-NASON DRUG 45 N. Washington St, North Attleboro, Mass. For All Your Name Brand Cosmetics WE FEATURE BONNE BELL-LOVE 695-3101 Prescriptions HOWARD JOHNSON ' S Compliments of ARM’S PARK MOTEL SANDY ' S RESTAURANT Route U.S. I Plainville, Mass. ! I 195 MILADY ' S Attleboro, Mass. 196 Banking a f career you can trust TYPIST SECRETARY m a ynamic growing business MACHINE OPERATOR FILE CLERK MANAGEMENT TRAINEE TELLEl visit us and discover what it con mean to you ATTLEBORO Jib. COMPANY 8 North Main Street, Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703 Branch Offices: North Attleboro Tri-boro Plaza Mansfield R. O. JETTE CO. SILVER OUTLET Kelley Blvd. North Attleboro, Mass. COIFFURES BY MR. ANTHONY 552 Kelley Blvd. The 1971 Northern Light Yearbook Staff is very appreciative to THE EVENING CHRONICLE for its assistance. Congratulations to the Class of 1971. BROOK MANOR I 16 Elm St. North Attleboro, Mass. 699-8071 Open Every Day Many Thanks to All Our Friends at NORTH HIGH DYER-MARTIN DRIVING SCHOOL 88 Weir St. Taunton 245 S. Main St. 164 N. Main St. Attleboro Mansfield 822-0252 222-4285 339-8204 198 Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1971 ATTLEBOROUGH PORATED 1860 ' J BANK 8 Park St. Attleboro, Mass. 48 N. Washington St. North Attleboro, Mass. 200 201 LORING STUDIOS NEW ENGLAND ' S LARGEST SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHERS AGLAE ' S HAT SHOP Many thanks to the cooperation and help of the PAWTUCKET TIMES Congratulations From BENJAMIN SUITCH Congratulations EMMA CHESLOCK " We believe in today ' s youth! " Best Wishes to the Class of VI THE CHRONICLE-SENTINEL PUBLISHING CORPORATION 203 OUR 204 CORRECTIONAL OFFICER FIREMEN HELPERS BUS DRIVERS 205 206 207 4JI . V V-i-S " ., Fr-M. ' .. ' ■S ■■ » ■arr THOUGH NOTHING CAN BRING BACK THE HOURS OF SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS, OF GLORY IN THE FLOWERS, WE WILL GRIEVE NOT, RATHER FIND STRENGTH IN WHAT REMAINS BEHIND.

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