Turners Falls High School - Peske Tuk Yearbook (Turners Falls, MA)

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RETROSCOPE Turners Falls High School MR. WILLIAM E. ROBERTS 2 As we look back upon our four years at Turners Falls High School, we will remember our disappointments, joys, and achievements. But above all we will remember our friends and the people who guided us to the path of maturity and success. Among these is one man who stands stable and certain, who will always remain close to our hearts. He has taught us the meaning of freedom and the importance of a- government which exists for the people. His guiding hand led us in the direction of citizenship. As a trusted friend he respected our ideas, and we respect him. His expounding spirit was clearly exemplified as he attended almost every sporting event. His soft laughter and warm heart have left us with unforgetable memories. Thus, it is with gratitude and admiration that we, the Class of ’68, dedicate our yearbook to you, Mr. Roberts. MR. WILLIAM A. COOK The memory of the day when we hailed him chief will linger in our hearts. Before long he knew us by name and had become a friend who guided us with a firm but helping hand. When we were Juniors he was called from us to accept a higher office. His happy grin and spirited walk no longer brightened our halls, but the memory of a true friend remained a part of us. Although he was no longer among us very often, the knowledge that he was still our leader gave us an inner feeling of security. We will always gratefully remember you for your friendly guidance, Mr. Cook. 4 MR. RAY E. FRANKLIN As we began our Senior year there was a new man in the principal’s office. Throughout the year he provided us with guidance while he him- self became familiar with the customs and traditions of TFHS. He listened patiently to our problems and offered advice as he helped us through our final year. He has supported and aided our efforts and activities. We thank you, Mr. Franklin. MRS. CHARLOTTE Z. POTTER Deep in our hearts, imbedded among the precious memories, is an image of a teacher who has molded and shaped our class. She has stood firm and has offered advice when confusion distorted our sight; she has supported our efforts and future plans with complete understanding and constant observation. Now, as we look back over the past four years, we realize the true significance of her guidance — the solemn strength which she possessed. Therefore, it is with this newly obtained strength that we acknowledge your efforts. We will always be grateful to you, Mrs. Potter. 6 MISS MEREDITH LEE HATCH B.A. West Virginia Wesleyan College English II IV Dramatics Coach MR. FREDERICK BARNS OAKES A.B. Tufts College M S. University of Massachusetts English III IV; Journalism Camera Club, Alter Ego and Teen Scene Advisor Co-Advisor, Future Teachers of America MR. WILLIAM STEINECKE JR. University of Vermont B.A. Brown University English II III ; Journalism Faculty Advisor for Netop Yearbook Advisor, Junior Prize Speaking V MR. PHILIP ASHLEY CAPEN A.B. Curry College English I II Freshmen Football Coach Co-Advisor, Future Teachers of America MR. WILLIAM JEREMIAH THOMAS CONNELLY A.B. Amherst College M.S. University of Massachusetts English I III Faculty Athletic Manager J MRS. CHARLOTTE ZELUMA POTTER B.A. University of Maine M.Ed. University of Massachusetts English I IV Class Advisor, ’68 8 MR. JOHN JOSEPH ZYWNA B.A. Wesleyan University General Science ; Algebra Assistant Football Coach; Freshman Baseball Coach MRS. JEAN NELSON MARTIN B.S. Platteville State Teachers College Algebra II MR. EDWARD JOSEPH BOURDEAU B.S. University of Massachusetts M.S. University of Massachusetts Math Athletic Director MR. RICHARD MICHAEL FARLAND B.S. Boston University Biology ; Practical Physics Assistant Football Coach; Baseball Coach MR. RAYMOND LEONARD GARBIEL B.S. University of Massachusetts Geometry, Senior Advanced Mathematics MRS. SUSAN GULO B.A. University of Massachusetts Librarian MR. GILBERT MANN Upsala College Assoc. Chem. Eng, ; B.B.A. College and Practical Chemistry 9 MR. WILLIAM EDWARD ROBERTS A.B. Brown University M.Ed. Westfield State College American Government ; Social Problems Class Advisor, ‘10 MR. ROBERT LEON PLAISTED A.B. Bates College L.L.B. University of Maine Law School U.S. Government ; Social Science MR. THOMAS GUILFOIL MEEHAN A.B. American International College Springfield College U.S. History ; Social Science Advisor — Contemporary Affairs Club; Student Council ; Student Patrol; National Honor Society; Community Service Club Class Advisor, ‘69 J MR. GEORGE FRANK BUSH B.A. Williams College M.S. University of Massachusetts Ancient History; European History Tennis Coach; Assistant Basketball Coach MR. ROGER BURT Sanderson Academy Associate Degree Vocational Education Industrial Arts; Mechancial Drawing MR. JOHN FRANCIS BASSETT B.S. Arnold College Biology; Problems of Democracy Head Football Coach Track Coach MR. JOHN FLETCHER B.A. American International College U.S. History; Problems of Democracy Social Science 10 MISS LOUISE MAY CLARK A.B. University of Vermont Latin I, II, III, IV MRS. MARY JUDITH COPPINGER B.A. University of Massachusetts Spanish I, II III Spanish Club Advisor ■J MR. ALBERT JOSEPH ROUTHIER B.P.H. University of Montreal M.A.T. Boston College Graduate School Frencb£ II III ; Pfenris ' G lub ' Uktuar ■C iijpiiMu’jiU, tjl’ MR. OSCAR AZURI Institutio de Profesores Artigas Spanish I II ; Spanish Club Advisor MRS. O. IRENE PHELPS B.SrStrfem Ste t g- Oo ftege French I, HO IV MRS. VIRGINIA MARY CALL B.S. University of Massachusetts Typing I; Shorthand I; Personal Typing Cor erC! a I (toll MRS. MARION ANN SCOTT Russell Sage College Typing II,: Steno II Office Practice 11 MR. ARTHUR EVERETT GILMORE JR. University of Hawaii Music Appre ciation ; Music Theory; Band; Chorus V MISS MERY CATHERINE O’BRIEN B.S.E. Massachusetts College of Art Art, Art Appreciation ; Art Club Advisor MRS. ANNA ELIZABETH SABATO, R.N. Newport Hospital School of Nursing Butler Psychiatric Hospital School Nurse MRS. MADELINE BEAUBIEN Secretary to Mr. Franklin MR. JAMES CHESTER HUMPHREY William and Mary College Administrative Assistant MRS. RUTH FAULKNER Secretary to Mr. Prouty MRS. ROSEMARY MADDERN A.B. American International College Guidance Counselor rvt v MR. DANA HASKELL PROUTY Fitchburg State College M.Ed. Fitchburg State College (Guidance Counselor 12 MR. ROBERT ALLEN AVERY B.B.A. University of Massachusetts Bookkeeping l, II ; Economics Cross Country Coach J.V. Baseball Coach MR. HAROLD RENE FUGERE B.S. Arnold College M.S. University of Massachusetts Physical Education MRS. PATRICIA KATE LILLEY B.S. Plattsburg State Teachers College M.S. University of Massachusetts Home Economics MISS MARGARET PATRICIA CREAN B.S. University of Massachusetts Commercial Arithmetic Geography, Law Training MRS. JANE PROVOST Fisher Junior College University of Massachusetts Typing 1; Personal Typing Geography MR. CHARLES HOWARD GALVIN B.S. Norwich University Chemistry, Physics MRS. CHARLOTTE ROBINSON B.S. Boston University Physical Education Sargent University Physical Education 13 Class History Try To Remember . . . We climbed the worn stairs to our homerooms on the third floor. " Freshmen.” We looked for new friends; we wanted to belong, to be a part of Turners Falls High School. We were initiated into the social world as the upperclassmen welcomed us at the Freshman Reception. Eager to show our class spirit, a few of our classmates formulated a motto which we won’t forget: ’68 is Great! Proudly, we carried this motto to our first Thanksgiving rally. As the months passed, we begin to mingle with the upperclassmen. We prepared to cast off our title of " Freshmen.” When You Were A Gay And Callow Fellow , . . We returned as upperclassmen; we gained new confidence. " Sophomores.” The man who had first guided us, Mr. George F. Wrightson, had resigned the previous spring. We now looked toward a new leader, a new friend — Mr. William Cook. We, too, became new leaders. We stepped toward unity with the election of our class officers: Dennis Richotte, President; Richard Dobosz, Vice-President; Debra Campbell, Secretary; Anne Gamelin, Treasurer; Carol Novak, Historian. We were caught up in the excitement of the Turkey Day game. " Desire” was the word our boys desired victory. We cheered ourselves hoarse as our team smashed through the " green wall” for a 28-14 win. After fifteen years of waiting, victory was ours! We began our first class project — the Sophomore Social. With candy canes and paper reindeer, we disguised the gym as a " Christmas Wonderland.” Our successful evening was completed by the triumphant escape of Santa Claus from the evil plots of the master spy Coldfinger. As our second year ended, we elected several classmates to represent us on the first Student Council. Another year behind us — we remembered, but we looked to the future. When Dreams Were Kept Beneath Your Pillow . . . Eager to resume our former activities and anxious to meet new challenges, we once again entered the halls of T.F.H.S. " Juniors.” This year was one of change for us. Our enviable 1 o’clock dismissal time was changed to 2:30; a nutritious bag lunch program was introduced. Prune whip and raisin salad were " tops” on everybody’s list. Early in the year we elected our class officers: Dennis Richotte, President; Richard Sojka, Vice-President; Sharon McCarthy, Secretary; Patricia Ouellette, Treasurer; Joanne Long, Historian. Their job was to lead us in this year of challenge and change. Under the direction of the Student Council, plans for the first Booster Day were formu- lated. Pamela Karpinski was chosen Junior Princess and represented the Class of ’68 throughout the festivities. Booster Day helped heighten school spirit as we once again faced the " Greenies” and looked toward another victory. Spirits and voices swelled as Turners smudged Greenfield in a tense game, with a final score of 18-12. Enthusiastically, we faced our next challenge — the theater and Junior Prize Speaking. We were nervous for our eight classmates who, after weeks of rehearsing, enacted their chosen scenes for the expectant audience. Our year was almost over, almost a memory. But it could not end for us until our Prom was also a thing of the past. After hours of making flowers, choosing programs, and paci- fying Miss O’Brien, we transformed the gym into a colorful ' Spring Fantasy.” For many of us, the spring evening continued until dawn, as we celebrated at a lively post-Prom party. Three years had drifted behind us — we held those memories while we looked to what would follow. The Fire Of September That Made Us Mellow , . . No longer inexperienced, untried, and unsure, we assumed the position as school leaders. " Seniors.” Once again our class lost a friend a nd advisor — Principal Cook was chosen to replace Mr. Arthur Burke, who was retiring after many years as Superintendent of Schools. Mr. Ray Franklin became the third pincipal to guide our class during our four years. Getting into the swing of the year, we elected our permanent class officers: Karen Hoy- noski, President; Richard Sojka, Vice-President; Anne Maddern, Secretary; Patricia Ouel- lette, Treasurer; Jacquelyn Boyden, Historian. Autumn passed quickly. We published the Netop and organized our Yearbook staff. It was our turn to welcome the freshmen at the Freshman Reception. We proudly watched six of our classmates show their scholastic abilities as they competed on the program " As Schools Match Wits.” For the Booster Day we elected Karyl Perry to reign as our Senior Queen. We constructed a huge blue and gold pyramid as our float in the parade. Amidst a flurry of napkins, paint cans, and chicken wire, we showed the spirit of ’68. For the last time, we turned our talents to the theater — our Senior Play. Black-clad villains, white-hatted heroes, and melodramatic heroines romped and fainted as we pre- sented " Gold In The Hills.” As the curtain fell after the last performance, we acquired another memory for the future. The weeks passed. Reluctantly we gave our leadership responsibilities to the juniors. When we " try to remember” these days, our recollections will be those of achievement, disappointment, a bit of sadness, and a lot of fun. One day we will stop to remember, but now we look toward the future, toward what we follow when we walk out of this school and into tomorrow. If You Remember, Then Follow, Follow . . . By Susan Brule ]acquelyn Boyden 21 Varsity Cheerleaders Deborah Demko (Captain) ; Patricia Ouellette (Co-Captain) J. V. Cheerleaders Jane Golonka (Captain) ; Kathi Waryas (Co-Captain) Band Gary Bellemare (President); Carol Gates (Vice-President); Marcia Klaus (Librarian) ; Mr. Arthur E. Gilmore (Director) Doreen Gleba (Secretary) ; Barbara Lawrence (Librarian) ; Swingsters 24 Softball when grass was green . . . Baseball and gram was yellow Tennis Track 27 Golf Cross Country 28 30 Netop Barbara Aitken (Editor-in-Chief) ; Charles Milkey (Associate Editor) ; Susan Sulda (Associate Ed- itor) ; Mr. William Steinecke, Jr. (Advisor) try to remember . . . 31 Retroscope Editor-in-Chief Susan Sulda Executive Editors Edward Perkins Gail Steinecke Carol Gates Managing Editors Charles Milkey Business Manager Michael Connelly Editorial Board Sharmon Prouty Barbara Aitken Marilyn Higgins Prudence Clark Debra Campbell Michael Hmieleski Russell Laramie Pamela Billings Virginia Gray Sylvia Fargo Deborah Demko Staff Helen Kruk Susan Brule Cathy Berry Paul Sikora Fay Guy Joanne Long Ann Courtemanche Elizabeth Krol Susanne Girard Mary Jane Prasol Karen Hoynoski Marilyn Lucas Faculty Advisor Mr. William Steinecke, Jr. 33 Student Council Richard Sojka (President) ; Mark Sweeney (Vice-President) ; Ann Maddern (Secretary) ; Gerald Welcome (Treasurer) ; Mr. Thomas Meehan (Advisor) then follow . . . 35 follow . . . Robert Tuminski, Gerald Welcome, Constance Fugere, Kathleen Murley (Captains) ; Mr. Thomas Meehan and Mr. Raymond Garbiel (Advisors) Student Patrol 36 National Honor Society Edward Perkins (President) ; Barbara Aitken (Vice-President) ; Debra Gaines (Secretary); Susan Brule (Treasurer); Mr. Thomas Meehan (Advisor). follow . KAREN MAXINE HOYNOSKI " To know what you prefer, instead of humbly saying Amen to what the world tells you to prefer, is to have kept your soul alive.” " Karen” likes Chinese restaurants and teddy bears . . . dislikes geometry and cemeteries on Halloween . . . says " Are you kidding me?” . . . activities include Class President 4; French Club 1 , 2 , 3; Chorus 2 , 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4 ; Spanish Club 2 , 3, 4 (Secretary 2 ); Twirling 3, 4 (Captain 4); Netop; Yearbook; Teen Scene 3, 4; Student Patrol 3; Junior Prize Speaking Alternate; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Art Club 1 , 2 , 3 , 4; Camera Club; Contemporary Af- fairs Club; Theater Workshop; Usher for Sophomore Social, Junior Prom, Freshman Welcome; Invitation Committee for Junior Prom ; National Honor Society 4. ANNE ROSEMARY MADDERN " The best way to keep good acts in memory is to refresh them with new.” " Anne” likes summer, the ocean and peppermint stick ice cream cones . . . dislikes slippery roads on snowy days . . . says " Yuh, well . . . urn " . . . has participated in Art Club 2 ; Class Secretary 4 ; Student Council 3 (Treasurer), 4 (Secretary) ; Girls Athletic Asso- ciation (Secretary) ; Future Teach- ers of America 3, 4 (Parliamen- tarian) ; Basketball 1 , 2 , 3, 4 (Captain); Softball 1 , 2 ; Student Patrol 4 ; Contemporary Affairs Club; Junior Prize Speaking Al- ternate; Cheering 1 , 2 ; Junior Prom (Head Usher); Chorus 3; " The Great Choice” 2 ; Sopho- more Social Decorating and Skit Committee; Teen Scene 3, 4; Senior Float Committee; Alter Ego 4 (Art and Photography Ed- itor) . RICHARD ANTHONY SOJKA " He fills his lifetime with deeds, not with inactive years.” " Rich” says " Really?” . . . likes the finer things of life . . . dislikes being called " Saj” . . . has been Class Vice-President 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4 (President 4); French Club 2 , 3 (President 3); Spanish Club 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Con- temporary Affairs Club; Theater Workshop; Student Patrol 3, 4; Track 1 , 2 , 3; Mass. Boy’s State Delegate 3 ; Model Congress Del- egate; " As Schools Match Wits” 4; Sopho- more Social Skit Committee. " Common natures pay with what they do, noble ones with what they are.” " Jack’s” favorite saying is " Are you kidding me?” . . . likes Gnatsum and walking in the rain . . . dislikes cars without radios and dented fenders . . . has been Class Historian 4; Cheering 1 , 2 , 3, 4; Chorus 2 , 3 , 4; Art Club 1 , 2 , 3, 4; French Club 1 , 2 ; Spanish Club 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Fu- ture Teachers of America 3, 4 ; Camera Club ; Netop ; Teen Scene 4 ; Junior Prize Speaking; Senior Float Committee; Theater Workshop; Program Chairman for Junior Prom; Junior Prom Usher; Decorating Committee for Junior Prom, Sophomore Social ; National Honor Society 4. PATRICIA ANN OUELLETTE " Good without effort, great without a foe.” " Pat” dislikes sad people and bugs . . . likes the color yellow . . . says ”1 don’t believe it!” . . . partici- pated in Cheering 1 , 3, 4 (Co-Cap- tain 4) ; Class Treasurer 3, 4; Spanish Club 2 , 3 ; Student Patrol 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; ”Our 5 Miss Brooks”; Art Club 2 , 3 ; i Camera Club; Contemporary Af- fairs Club; Bank Day Cashier; Usher for Sophomore Social; In- vitation Committee for Junior Prom; Freshman Welcome Dec- orating Committee; Secretary to Mr. Meehan, Mr. Gilmore; Senior Float Committee. BARBARA ANN AITKEN " To bear is to conquer our Fate ” " Barb” likes Gnatsum, people who act naturally, and auditorium studies . . . dislikes white socks, criticism, and prunes . . . says " Yeah, but " . . . has been active in Student Council 4; Netop Editor-in-Chief; Yearbook; National Honor Society 3, 4 (Vice-President 4) ; Student Patrol 3; Senior Float Committee; Teen Scene 1, 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Chorus 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2; French Club 2, 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Camera Club (Treasurer); Junior Prize Speaking Alternate; Chorus 2, 3, 4 (Advisory Board 4); Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Sophomore Social Skit; Girls State Alternate 3 ; Office Girl ; Alter Ego 4. BARRY THOMAS AUBREY " His friends are man y, his foes, are there any?” " Bare” says " You wanna run it?” . . . Likes Ford 390’s, dimples, and blue eyes . . . dislikes women drivers, geometry, and anything that doesn’t go . . . has been in the French Club and the Contemporary Affairs Club . . . worked after school. LINDA MARIE BALBONI " Be always as merry as ever you can.” " Linda” likes Old Deerfield . . . dislikes school ... has been in Art Club and Spanish Club. JOAN MARIE BARTUS " Outward sunshine ; inward joy.” " Joanie” says " I don’t believe it” . . . dislikes cheaters . . . likes cars, pop- ular music, dancing, and week-ends . . . Transferred from Pioneer Valley Regional where she participated in Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 3; Gym Club 1, 2, 3; J.V. Cheerleader 1, 2, Varsity 3; . . . was active at TFHS in Senior Float Committee; Basketball; Softball. GARY RAYMOND BELLEMARE " Friendly and carefree is he” " Bell” likes the sax . . . dislikes people without a sense of humor . . . his favorite saying is " Are you kidding me?” . . . participated in the French Club; Contemporary Affairs Club; Band (President 4); Tennis. CATHY ELLEN ANN BERRY " All succeeds with people who are of sweet and cheerful disposition.” " Cath” says " I ' m so embarrassed!” . . . likes cooperation, to have fun, and to play pool . . . dislikes conceited people, sarcasm, and white socks . . . was active in Cheering 1, 3; Chorus 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Con- temporary Affairs Club; Basketball 2; Art Club 2; Future Teachers of America 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Netop; Yearbook; Teen Scene 3, 4; Office Girl; Junior Prize Speaking Alternate; Student Patrol 4; Senior Float Committee; Decorating for Freshman Welcome; Sophomore Social Skit; Junior Prom Decorating; Camera Club,- Alter Ego 4 (Typing and Format Editor 4) . PAMELA JAYNE BILLINGS " Her smile is like the beaming sun.” " Pam” likes roses, people who act naturally, blonde hair, and rain . . . dis- likes oral speeches, the " outdoors” when it ' s cold, criticism, and conceit . . . says " Yeah, right!” . . . was active in Spanish Club 2, 3; Student Patrol 3, 4; Netop (Sports Editor); Yearbook; Teen Scene Typist 4; Contem- porary Affairs Club ; Alter Ego 4. 41 FRANCES JEAN BOCON " It’s not whether you win or lose — it’s how you play the game. " " Frannie” likes riding horses and doing weird things . . . dislikes nutritional bag lunches, the tobacco fields, and the " roomy” first floor lockers . . . has participated in Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (J.V. Captain); Band, 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 4; Girls ’Athletic Association; Decorating for Junior Prom, Sophomore Social; Student Patrol 4; Senior Float Committee. MICHAEL ROBERT BOULANGER " No man can rob us of our will” " Mike” always says " That ' s close!” . . . likes surfing, the beach, and girls . . . dislikes parties and white socks . . . has been active in Football 1, 2; Student Patrol 3; Art Club 3; Usher for Junior Prom and Freshman Wel- come; Junior Prom Decorating Committee. CHELLA MARIE BOULANGER " Modesty is the beauty of women.” " Chella ' s” favorite expression is " That’s what you think!” . . . likes people . . . dislikes conformists and people who think they are superior to others. LOUIS JAMES BROZO, JR. " The will to do, the soul to dare.” " Louie” likes pool and ’6l Chevies . . . dislikes women drivers, short hair, and seeing people cry . . . says " All right!” . . . participated in Contem- porary Affairs Club; Junior Prom Decorating Committee. 42 st m SUSAN THERESA BRULE " There is an admiration which is the daughter of knowledge. " " Sue” says " Make it college, baby!” . . . likes chocolate chip ice cream, the Boston Celtics, and Gnatsum . . . dislikes white socks, fickle people, and driving standard shift cars . . . has been active in Basketball 1, 2; Softball 1, 2; Art Club 2, 3; Camera Club; French Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4 (Treasurer 4) ; Teen Scene 3, 4 (Editor 4) ; Netop; Yearbook; Student Council 3, 4; Student Patrol 3; Theater Workshop; Pink n Patches” 3; Usher ' for Junior Prom, Sophomore Social; Alter Ego 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Future Teachers of America 4; Model Con- gress Delegate 3, 4 ; Senior Float Committee. FAY MARIE BRUNELLE " A good heart’s worth gold’’ " Fay” likes peanut butter, crows, and surprises . . . dislikes darkness and moldy ideas . . . says " Sorry ’bout that!” . . . was active in Spanish Club; National Honor Society 3, 4; Bank Day Cashier 4; . . . Fay also worked after school. JOSEPH MICHAEL CADE " Far may we search before we find A heart so manly and so kind” " Jose” always says " I’ll have to wait and see” . . . enjoys skiing, baseball, and likes blue and white Scouts . . . has participated in Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Contemporary Affairs Club (Vice-President); Spanish Club 3 ; Usher for Junior Prom ; Senior Float Committee. MICHAEL FRANCIS CADRAN " The force of his own merit makes his way” " Chief” dislikes the Red Sox and slow pokes in the hall . . . likes shooting pool, sports and hanging around with the guys . . . always says " All right” . . . has participated in Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain 4) ; Student Patrol; T Club; Contemporary Affairs Club.. ' 0 +- DEBRA JANE CAMPBELL " Merit is worthier than fame” " Deb " likes Gnatsum, hot showers and spaghetti . . . dislikes VW’s that don’t go and white socks . . . can be heard saying ' " kay? " . . . activities include French Club 2; Art Club 2; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Student Patrol 3, 4; Class Secretary 2; Contemporary Affairs Club; Netop; Yearbook; Office Girl; National Honor Society 3, 4; Theater Workshop; Senior Float Com- mittee. DONALD JAMES CAOUETTE " A man learns more easily what he laughs at” " Giz” likes drag racing and motorcycles . . . dislikes winter and Plymouths . . . says " Are you kidding " . . . participated in Football 1 ; Basketball 1 ; Art Club 1, 2, 3; decorated for Junior Prom; Contemporary Affairs Club. JOYCE ANNE CARLEY " In all thy humour thou art such a pleasant fellow.” Twiggy” says " Oh ya?” . . . dislikes grouchy people and broken phones . . . likes crossword puzzles and the word " swell " . . . has been active in Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls ’Athletic Association (Treas- urer) ; Art Club 3; Volleyball 4; Band 2; Junior Prom Decorating. SALLY ANN CHAFFEE " A reputation for modesty is honourable.” " Sail” likes drag races, horseback riding, and long hair . . . dislikes snob- bish people, mod clothes, and homework . . . says " Oh come off it " . . . participated in Volleyball 1. 44 DAVID CHAGNON " Silence is expressive” " Dave” can be heard saying " I can take a joke.” . . . likes Chevies . . . dislikes Fords. SHARON PETUNIA CHISHOLM " Joking and humour are pleasant, and often of extreme utility.” " Chiz” likes cars with radios, French fries, and chocolate milk . . . says " Kool it . . . just kool it!” . . . dislikes white socks and student teachers . . . has taken part in French Club 4 ; Senior Float Committee; Contemporary Affairs Club; Junior Prize Speaking; Camera Club; Theater Workshop 4; Student Patrol 4; Alter Ego 4 (Poetry Editor). DOUGLAS HENRY CHYZ " Progress is dependent on individualism.” " Chiz” can be heard saying " You ' re pulling my leg” . . . dislikes VW ' s, English, and Hurst Mystery Shifts . . . likes Ford 4-speeds and water- skiing . . . has been active in the Contemporary Affairs Club; Senior Float Committee. PRUDENCE ESTELLE CLARK " Music does all our joys refine” ' Trudy” likes a big bass section . . . dislikes being called " Miss Clark” . . . always says " Well, let ' s be Christians about it” . . . activities include Band 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4) ; Chorus 2, 3, 4 (President 4) ; Netop 4; Teen Scene 3, 4; Yearbook; A Cappella Chorus 3, 4; All District Band 1; All District Chorus 2, 3, 4 ; All State Chorus 2, 3, 4 ; Sophomore Social Dec- orating; Usher for Junior Prom; Junior Prize Speaking; Contemporary Affairs Club; Theater Workshop; Alter Ego; Swingsters; Camera Club; Alter Ego (Assistant Editor 4) ; National Honor Society 4. 45 JOHN COLLINS " A quiet mind is richer than a crown.’’ " Joh n” likes Chevies and ’59 Pontiacs . . . dislikes Fords . . . says " That’s good huh?” . . . has participated in Student Patrol 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Band 1. MICHAEL KEVIN CONNELLY " But a great name shall never pass away!’ Mike” enjoys skiing, running, and week-ends . . . dislikes math . . . says " I’ll bet you . . . was active in Band 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain) ; Yearbook (Business Manager) ; Contemporary Affairs Club (President); Camera Club; Spanish Club 3; Studet Patrol 3, 4; Alter Ego 4 (Distribution and Business Editor 4) ; National Honor Society 4. i ; PATRICIA ANN CONWAY " Her talents were of the more silent class.” " Pat” dislikes bag lunches . . . says " Hey” . . . likes horseback riding, swimming, and television . . . activities include French Club 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Camera Club; Contemporary Affairs Club; National Honor Society 3, 4. ANN MARIE COURTEMANCHE " I am filled with music.” " Ann” likes pumpkin ice cream and " The Little Prince” . . . dislikes doc- tors, auditorium studies, and lectures . . . says " What’s this madness?” . . . has been active in Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4 and Accompanist) ; A Cappella Chorus 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Student Patrol 3; Contemporary Affairs Club (Treasurer) ; Art Club; Future Teach- ers of America 4 ; Theater Workshop ; Yearbook ; Teen Scene; Camera Club ; District Chorus 4; National Honor Society 4. 46 KAREN JEAN DENKEWICZ " Full of womanly traits” Dink " dislikes snobs . . . always says " You ' re close!” . . . has worked after school. WILLIAM PATRICK DENKIEWICZ " I am myself, my own commander.” " Dink’ ’likes m-o-n-e-y . . . dislikes school . . . always says " You idiot!” JOHN HENRY DLUGOENSKI " His destiny is that of a man.” " Doogo” likes Mustangs, long weekends, skiing, and money . . . dislikes the Red Sox, dull weekends, and homework . . . says " Atta way Jose” . . . participated in Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Patrol 3; Senior Float Com- mittee; Contemporary Affairs Club; T Club; Sophomore Social Skit Com- mittee. RICHARD PAUL DOBOSZ " He is the fountain of honour.” Dobe” likes football, baseball, hunting, and fishing . . . dislikes audi- torium studies and running sprints . . . says " What a dingaling!” . . . has been active in Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Spanish Club 3 (Vice-President); Class Vice-President 2; Contemporary Affairs Club; T Club; Sophomore Social Skit Committee. 49 DORENA VIOLA DODGE " This age best pleases me.’’ " Dorena " likes science, swimming, skating, and skiing so?” . . . dislikes history, term papers, and reading . Softball 1 ; Volleyball 2. . says " Is that participated in RUTH ANNE DOYLE " The mildest manners and the gentlest heart” " Ruthie” likes horses, folk music, and drawing . . . dislikes loudness . . . has participated in Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Usher for Graduation. DONNA DALE DUPUIS " Pour’d through the mellow horn her pensive soul.” " Duchess” likes music and playing organ in rock groups . . . says " Have Band Will Travel” . . . dislikes crime and cruelty . . . was active in Band 1, 2, 3, 4; All District Brass Quartet 2; Swingsters 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 3; Commercial Club 2; Theater Workshop. LINDA JEANNE ELLIS " l seek higher things, a higher life.” " Linda’s” favorite saying is " Oh, my gosh!” . . . likes cats, swimming, and Volkswagens . . . dislikes Latin, Brussels sprouts, and hippies . . . participated in Art Club; Contemporary Affairs Club. 50 SYLVIA NOREEN FARGO " ... a stately, kindly friend.” " Chick” likes sincere people, small parties, and modern music . . . dis- likes pushy people, draft dodgers, and flirts . . . always says " Oh yeah?” . . . was active in Netop; Yearbook; Contemporary Affairs Club; French Club 3; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Camera Club; Decorating Committee for Sopho- more Social, Junior Prom, Freshman Welcome; Refreshment Committee for Freshman Welcome; Office Girl; Usher for Graduation; Basketball (Manager 4) . JANA LEE FOLK " Hope cherishes life, and always tells to-morrow will he better.” " Jan” likes movies, swimming, and summer . . . dislikes speeches, Fords, and tobacco . . . says " Really? I didn’t know that!” . . . was active in Art Club 3, 4. ROSEMARY FOSTER " Whom neither shape of danger can dismay, nor thought of happiness can betray” " Red " likes popular music, skiing, and horseback riding . . . dislikes gos- sipy people, speeches, school lunches, and crowded lockers . . . says " What ' s going on?” . . . participated in Volleyball 4; ffasketball 1, 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Sophomore Social Decorating Committee. KATRINA ANNE FREDERICK " The gift of gaiety may itself be the greatest good fortune " " Trina” says " I’ll let you know " . . . likes classical and modern music, and books . . . dislikes two-faced people, disorganization, congruent triangles and transversals . . . has participated in Chorus 2, 3, 4 ; Contemporary Affairs Club; Sophomore Social Decorating Committee; Spanish Club 2; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Netop; Office Girl; Junior Prize Speaking Usher; Camera Club. NANCY CAROL GAIDA " Quiet persons are welcome everywhere " " Nancy " enjoys reading and going barefoot . . . likes beards, folk music, Oriental artwork, and handicrafts . . . dislikes military conscription, pre- judgement of people because of superficial characteristics, and formalities . . . has participated in Spanish Club 3; French Club 1, 2; Contemporary Affairs Club; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Camera Club. DEBRA PEARL GAINES " Not content with any place under the highest” " Debby” likes Gnatsum, toasted almond fudge ice cream, and arguing . . . dislikes riding on buses, stewed tomatoes, and being told when to do some- thing . . . says " Hey, you know” . . . has participated in Teen Scene 2, 4; Alter Ego 3, 4 (Editor 4) ; National Honor Society 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Art Club 1, 3; Netop; Camera Club; French Club 3; Junior Prom Decorating; Contemporary Affairs Club (Secretary) ; Senior Float Commit- tee. ANNE LENORE GAMELIN " ’Tis friendship and ’tis something more.” " Anne” likes Paul Newman, full moons, and Gnatsum . . . dislikes soggy sandwiches . . . says " Not this kid” . . . participated in French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheering 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain 1) ; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Chorus 3, 4; Class Treasurer 2; Western Mass. District Chorus; Girls State Delegate; Junior Prize Speaking; Office Girl; Secretary to Mr. Meehan; Netop; Teen Scene; Contemporary Affairs Club; Senior Float Committee; Camera Club; Decorating Committee for Sophomore Social, Junior Prom; Alter Ego 4 (Art and Photography Editor 4) ; National Honor Society 4. SUSAN DYAN GAMELIN " A sigh, softly uttered word and echoed laughter there. " " Sue” likes blondes, 301 Chevies, and Polish pancakes . . . dislikes fakes . . . says " I ain’t afraid of you!” . . . was active in Chorus 2 ; Basketball 1 ; Softball 1; Spanish Club 2, 3; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Social Dec- orating Committee; Junior Prom Usher; Teen Scene 3; Camera Club; Con- temporary Affairs Club. STANLEY PETER GARBIEL " One fire was in his spirit ” " Pete ' s” favorite saying is " Okay " . . . likes Chevies, baseball, and parties . . . dislikes Fords, dull people, and short hair . . . has participated in Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Patrol 3; T Club 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club. CAROL ANNE GATES " God in His great compassion gave me the gift of song.” " Gater’s” common saying is " Let ' s go to Hampton Beach!” . . . dislikes salami and " elf” toes . . . likes Gnatsum . . . has been active in Band, 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4) ; Chorus 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Chorus 3, 4; Theater Workshop; District Chorus 3; " Our Miss Brooks and the Christmas Carol” 3; Netop (News Editor) ; Yearbook (Managing Editor) ; Model Congress Delegate 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3 (Vice-President 3) ; Contemporary Affairs Club; National Honor Society 3, 4; " As Schools Match Wits” 4; Teen Scene 2, 3, 4; Alter Ego 3. RONALD PAUL GIBSON " I dare do all that becomes a man. " " Ron” likes girls . . . dislikes Florida and boring towns . . pated in Football 1, 2; Track 1, 2; Junior Prom Usher; Art Prom Decorating Committee; Spanish Club. . has partici- Club; Junior ARTHUR STEPHEN GIRARD " Let us go where fortune leads.” " Snook” likes pinball . . . dislikes school . . . says " You wanna bet?” . . . has been active in Football 1; Junior Prom Usher; Usher for Sopho- more Social; Contemporary Affairs Club. SUSANNE MARIE GIRARD " A fair gift of friendship” " Sue’s” favorite saying is " Let’s have a party” . . . likes Hindu incense, folk music, and Oriental clothes . . . dislikes spiders and favoritism . . . has participated in Band 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3; Future Teachers of Amer- ica 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Contemporary Affairs Club; Theater Workshop; Junior Prize Speaking Usher; Teen Scene; Netop; Alter Ego 4 (Non-Fiction Editor 4), DOREEN ANN GLEBA " Happiness is added life, and the giver of life.” " Glebe” says " Wouldn’t you know” . . . likes Red Buick Specials . . . dislikes sarcastic people . . . has been active in Band 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4) ; Chorus 2, 3, 4 (Librarian 4) ; All District Chorus 3, 4; Sophomore Social Decorating Committee; Theater Workshop; French Club 3; Contemporary Affairs Club.; Art Club 2; A Cappella Chorus 3, 4; Student Patrol 4 ; Teen Scene 4; " Women Must Weep” 4; Camera Club; National Honor Society 4. ANTHONY JOHN GOLEMBESKI " A good hunter takes much game, not all.” " Tony” likes hunting, icefishing, fast cars, and money . . . says " I’m awake” . . . dislikes long school hours, homework, and slow drivers . . . has participated in Football 1, 3. JOSEPH WILLIAM GOLONKA " Friendship is a world without end.” " Joe” says " Toad!” . . . likes snow, grass, and mountains . . . dislikes provincial thinkers and false values . . . participated in Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Basketball 4; Spanish Club; Contemporary Affairs Club. VIRGINIA MAY GRAY " A merry heart doth good like a good medicine” " Ginny’s” favorite expression is " I’m listening” . . . likes Lincoln Street and freckles . . . dislikes work and pool halls . . . has participated in Netop; Yearbook; Art Club 1, 4; Senior Float Committee; Secretary to Mr. Capen, Mrs. Sabato and Mrs. Lilley; Bank Day Cashier; Color Guard 1, 2; Co-Ed Correspondent 3; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Theater Workshop; National Honor Society 4. RUTH ELIZABETH GUILFORD ' ' Be of good cheer " " Ruthie’s” favorite expression is " Who! who! " . . . likes Football and Italian food . . . dislikes spiders and bag lunches . . . has participated in Basketball 1 ; Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4. JUDITH LEE GUNN " Life is to be fortified by many friendships.” " Judy” says " Son of a Gunn” . . . likes Frenchmen and Maple Walnut Sundaes . . . dislikes people who don’t smile, homework and term papers . . . has participated in Band 1 ; Spanish Club 3 ; French Club 3 ; Chorus 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; A Cappella Chorus 3, 4; Netop (Typing Editor) 4; Camera Club; Art Club 2; Contemp orary Affairs Club; Alter Ego 4; Na- tional Honor Society 4. FAY-JEAN GUY " Everywhere a friend-making, Eriend-fnding soul.” " Muskie” likes Gnatsum, Algebra I and Fritos . . . dislikes the word teeny-bopper” . . . can be heard saying " Are you kidding me?” . . . ac- tivities included Nominating Committee 2; " Silent Night”; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Freshman Welcome Decorating Committee; Future Teachers of America 3, 4 (Treas- urer 4); Contemporary Affairs Club; Camera Club (Secretary); Office Girl; Netop; Yearbook; Teen Scene; Senior Float Committee. 55 MICHAEL HENRY HMIELESKI " A carefree and a jolly way be had” " Hemo” can be heard saying, " Well, ya know?” . . . likes short centers who can’t jump and good groups . . . dislikes tall centers who can jump, and waking-up . . . participated in Chorus 3, 4; Football manager 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain) ; Baseball 2, 4; Cross Country 2; Sophomore Social Skit Committee; Camera Club (President); Contemporary Affairs Club; Student Patrol 3, 4; Class Photographer; Yearbook; Netop. DENNIS LEE HURD " A good laugh is sunshine” " Denny” likes sports, dances, and practice teachers . . . dislikes polish foods . . . says " Get it?” . . . activities include Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Patrol 3, 4; Usher for Junior Prom, Freshman Welcome; Decorating Committee for Sophomore Social, Junior Prom; Contemporary Affairs Club. GERALD EDWARD HASTINGS " A little nonsense now and then is cherished by the wisest men. " " Claude” can be heard saying " 1 know it!” . . . likes Chevies and girls . . . dislikes U.S. History and school skippers . . . activities included Foot- ball 1; Glee Club 2, 3; Sophomore Social, Freshman Welcome and Junior Prom Decorating Committees; Student Patrol 3. MARILYN ANN HIGGINS " A flower of friendliness on a stem of grace.” " Marilyn” likes thunderstorms, good movies and Jim Lonborg . . . dislikes pseudosincerity, faczism and fried eggs . . . says " That ' s close!” ... ac- tivities included Junior Prize Speaking; Cheering 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Chorus 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Camera Club; Theater Workshop; Teen Scene 3, 4; Netop; Year- book; " Pink ’n Patches”; Senior Float Committee; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Sophomore Social Skit; Alter Ego 4 (Fiction Editor 4). MARTHA HELEN IWANOWICZ " Virtue is like a rich stone, best plain set.” " Martha” says " You’ve gotta be kidding.” . . . likes weekends like those at S.U. and on exchange concerts . . . dislikes grumpy people . . . partici- pated in Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; French Club 3, 4; Chorus 3; Contemporary Affairs Club; Camera Club; Art Club 4; Usher for Fresh- man Welcome; National Honor Society 3, 4. GARY STEPHEN JEFFERSON " Thou art the man.” " Wolf” dislikes " Hornet ' s” driving . . . says " Hang it up " . . . activities include Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Usher for Freshman Welcome, Sophomore Social, Junior Prom; Contemporary Affairs Club; Spanish Club. CYNTHIA LOU JOHNSON " Good nature is one of the richest fruits of personality” " Cindie’s” favorite saying is " Really!” . . . likes spaghetti and apple sauce for breakfast . . . dislikes wise guys and know-it-alls . . . has participated in Art Club 3; Bank Day Cashier; Chorus 4. CATHRINE LENA JUBENVILLE " Her neatness is outstanding, but her smile is better still. " " Cathy” likes doing odd things, big cities, and walking in the rain . . . dis- likes fakes and getting up in the morning . . . her favorite saying is " I guess” . . . has participated in Art Club 3 ; Bank Day Cashier 4 ; Usher for Sophomore Social. 57 PAMELA JEAN KARPINSKI " Elegant as simplicity, warm as ecstacy” " Pam” dislikes white socks . . . likes little sports cars, yellow balloons, and Polish food . . . favorite saying is " That ' s close” . . . has participated in Basketball 1; Student Patrol 3; Art Club 2, 3; Contemporary Affairs Club; Spanish Club; Junior Princess; Library Aide 1, 2; Camera Club; Senior Float Comttimee; Junior Prom Decorating Committee. THOMAS PATTON KENDRICK " Set your sails as the winds blow” " Tom " likes girls and Chevies . . . dislikes Fords . . . favorite saying is " Down with Fords.” DEBORAH LEE KENNEDY " Her ways are ways of pleasantness and her paths are peace” " Debbie ' s” favorite saying is " I reckon” . . . dislikes school, wise guys and crabby people . . . likes Italian food, outdoor activities, dancing, music and sewing. RICHARD PAUL KNOX " Nothing deters a good man from doing what is honourable ” " Rick” dislikes geometry and Senior Math . . . likes English, period four, room 306 . . . says " Thay lithen” . . . has participated in Football 1 ; Bas- ketball 1; Baseball 1; Manager of Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Manager of Baseball Team 3, 4; Theater Workshop; French Club; Contemporary Af- fairs Club; Student Patrol 3, 4. ALVAH H. KOCH " The laughter of man is the contentment of God.’’ " Herman” likes cars, cycles, and music . . . dislikes Fords and homework . . . says " Bull!” . . . participated in Baseball; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Basketball. KARLA JEAN KOZIK " Silence is of eternity " Kozy’s” favorite saying is " Humph, what do you know about that!” . . . dislikes stuck-up people and sick jokes . . . likes drag racing, mod clothes, the Red Sox, and motorcycles . . . has been active in Softball 1, 2,, 3, 4; Volleyball 1 ,2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH FRANCES KROL " Wondrous is the strength of cheerfulness ” " Ebbie” enjoys water skiing and horses . . . dislikes geometry . . . says " Do you find . . you know what I mean?” . . . has participated in Volley- ball 1; French Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Yearbook; Camera Club. HELEN MARY KRUK " Happy, good-natured, willing, and kind are only a few words that might describe her.” ' Helen” dislikes conceited people and rainy days at the Cape . . . likes pizza, " Ouija,” and listening to the radio . . . says " You’ve got to be kid- ding” . . . activities include Art Club 2, 3, 4; Camera Club; Contemporary Affairs Club; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Yearbook; Office Girl; French Club 3; Future Teachers of America 3, 4. 59 CHRISTINE MARIE KRUZLIC " Never was found a gayer, happier person.” " Kris” says " It do, do it!” . . . dislikes school, the Cardinals, prune whip, and meatloaf sandwiches . . . likes the Red Sox and the Pony Express . . . participated in Student Patrol 3 ; Decorating Committee for Freshman Welcome, Sophomore Social, Junior Prom; Art Club 4; Basketball 2; Softball 1, 2. CHARLES JOHN KUKLEWICZ " In his laugh we find a friend so honest and so true " " Kook” dislikes wise guys . . . enjoys tennis . . . says " Son of a gun!” . . . has participated in Cross Country 1; French Club 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; T Club; Contemporary Affairs Club. KENNETH ALAN KUNINSKI " Gay and carefree, as everyone knows, he creates laughter wherever he goes.” " Ken” dislikes school and nothing to do on weekends . . . likes parties and staying out late . . . can be heard saying " Gee!” . . . was active in Track 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Usher for Junior Prom, Freshman Welcome. CHARLES CHESTER KULCH " For he is merry, happy, and gay, and we’re glad he wandered our way.” " Charlie” likes sports . . . says " What’s the scoop?” . . dislikes old- fashioned people . . . was active in Baseball 1, 2, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Foot- ball 4; Track 4; Student Patrol 3. 60 BEVERLY ANN KUZMESKUS " Friendliness is a virtue of success” " Bev” dislikes riding on the school bus . . . likes surfing and parties . . . always says " Oh brother! " . . . activities include Sophomore Social Re- freshment Committee; Spanish Club; Bank Day Cashier; Secretary to Miss O’Brien. CHESTER CHARLES KUZONTKOSKI " From a little spark may come a mighty flame.” " Chet” dislikes " dogged-out " Fords . . . likes 3-speed Hursts . . . says " What’s in it for me?” . . . participated in Football 1; Baseball 1, 2. ARTHUR JOSEPH LAFLEUR " Everyone cannot help but like this chap” " Art” likes food and Chevies . . . can be heard saying " Not impressed” . . . dislikes Fords, English classes and homework . . . has participated in Football 1 ; Senior Float Committee. RUSSELL JAMES LARAMIE " No coiOard soul is mine!” " Russ” likes skiing, pool, and Fords . . . says " Are you kidding me?” . . . dislikes Chevies and European History . . . participated in Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club; Student Patrol; Yearbook; Senior Float Committee; Basketball 1; Contemporary Affairs Club; T Club; Usher for Junior Prom. 61 WILLIAM JOSEPH LEGERE He is the chap who makes things hum.’’ " Bill” says " Can’t hack it” . . . likes excitement and sports . . . dislikes noisy people . . . has been active in Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Track, 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Student Patrol 3; Usher for Junior Prom. ROLANDE ALDORA LEMOINE " A mighty spirit fills that little frame.” " Ro” says " I don’t care” . . . likes money and nice eyes . . . dislikes dogs that kiss people and people who crack their knuckles . . . participated in Chorus 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4) ; French Club; Spanish Club; Art Club; Contemporary Affairs Club; Sophomore Social Refreshment Committee; Volleyball 1 ; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Camera Club ; A Cappella Chorus. JOANNE LOUISE LONG " Full of fun, a truer friend there is not one.” " Jo” likes New York City, Gnatsum, and hot fudge sundaes . . . always says " What did you say?” . . . dislikes being bored . . . has been active in Cheering 1, 3 (J.V. Captain) ; Art Club; French Club; Spanish Club; Camera Club; Contemporary Affairs Club; various dance committees; Netop; Yearbook; Class Historian 3; Student Council 4; Theater Work shop; Future Teachers of America 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Teen Scene National Honor Society 4. EDWARD FRANCIS LEETE " Industry is the soul of business and the keystone of prosperity.” " Ed” dislikes smoking . . . likes Fords . . . participated in Football 1 . . . worked after school. MARION BEATRICE MARSH " You may stay yet awhile to blush and gently smile. " " Augie " likes Hampton Beach, money, and Burger Chef . . . says " Did you get it?” . . . dislikes disorganization and staying home on weekends . . . has been active in Spanish Club 2, 3; Contemporary Affairs Club; Theater Workshop; Secretary to Mr. Capen, Mrs. Coppinger; Bank Day Cashier; Netop Typist; Camera Culb (Vice-President) ; Usher for Sopho- more Social, Freshman Welcome; Freshman Welcome Refreshment Com- mittee; Senior Float Committee. PETER JOSEPH MARKOL " They’re only great who are truly good. " " Pete” says " Hey, what ' s the matter?” . . . likes water skiing, the outdoors and many friends . . . dislikes quiet people and sneaks . . . has participated in Football 2, 3; Usher for Junior Prom, Sophomore Social, Freshman Welcome; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Student Patrol 3- MARILYN JEAN LUCAS " Always smiling and gay " " Luke” likes to know what is going on . . . dislikes show-offs and people who t hink they know it all . . . always says " You know” . . . has been active in Chorus 4; Sophomore Social Decorating Committee; Camera Club; Contemporary Affairs Club; Art Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; Yearbook; Library Aide; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Chorus 4. DIANE BARBARA LOVELAND " Speak to thee in friendship’s name " Diane dislikes people who think they know everything . . . says " Hey guess what” . . . has participated in Cheering 1; Library Aide 1, 2, 3 Contemporary Affairs Club; Art Club; Office Girl; Student Patrol 3 Numerous dance committees; Junior Prom Usher. 63 CHERYL ANN MAYRAND " A ray of sunshine” ' ' Cheryl” likes Canada . . . dislikes people who talk big but never do anything about it . . . says " Ya know?” . . . has participated in Tumbling 1; Secretary to Mrs. Potter; Office Girl; Assistant Bank Day Cashier; Li- brary Aide 2, 3; Usher at Graduation; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Contemporary Affairs Club; Freshman Welcome Planning Committee; Na- tional Honor Society 4. GARY LOUIS MARTINEAU " The days of our youth are the days of our glory” " Boober” likes the good life . . . dislikes being like everyone else . . . always says ' What ' s the scivy?” . . . has been active in Freshman Football and Baseball; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Chairman for the Senior Float Committee; Chairman of decorating committee for Junior Prom. SHARON ANN McCARTHY " Blest with that charm, that certainty to please.” " Sam " says ”1 don’t know!” . . . likes cars, the beach, and clothes . . . dislikes white socks, baggy clothes, and bag lunches . . . has participated in Spanish Club 1 ; Chorus 2 ; Sophomore Social Skit; Usher for Sophomore Social; Junior Prom Decorating, Invitations, Refreshments; Class Secre- tary 3; Freshman Welcome Decorating, Usher, Refreshments; Office Girl; Senior Float Committee; Student Patrol; Bank Day Cashier; Secretary to Mr. Capen ; National Honor Society 4. JOAN MARY McCORMICK " Friendship is the gift of the gods.” " Mormick” likes the city, football, the Red Sox, and fluffernutters . . . dislikes being bored, taking notes, and baggy pants . . . says " You know what?” . . . has participated in Contemporary Affairs Club; Freshman Wel- come Decorating Committee; Junior Prom Decorating; Netop; Camera Club; Art Club 1, 2, 3; French Club 3; Spanish Club 2; Senior Float Committee; Basketball 1; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Softball 1; Usher for Graduation. 64 EDWARD ANTHONY MIECZKOWSKI " Inwardness and mildness do make for man’ s happiness.” " Mitch” says " Forget it” . . . likes motorcycles, fast cars, skiing, blonde hair and blue eyes . . . dislikes sailors . . . has participated in Football 1, 2, 3, 4; T Club 3, 4; Alter Ego 4 (Distribution and Business Editor 4). CHARLES EDWARD MILKEY " Master of my fate . . . captain of my soul.” " Chuck” likes guitar playing and motor scooters . . . dislikes Fords and prune whip . . . says " I hate it with a passion!” . . . was active in French Club 2, 3; Junior Prize Speaking Alternate; Art Club; Contemporary Af- fairs Club; Camera Club; T. Club; Theater Workshop; Tennis; Teen Scene; Netop (Associate Editor) ; Yearbook (Managing Editor) ; Civic Affairs Club (President) ; Sophomore Social Skit Committee; Alter Ego 4. CHERYL JEAN MORIN " Welcome everywhere as a friend” " Cher” dislikes working, Fords, and nutritional bag lunches . . . can be heard saying " Oh yeah, how’d you like it” . . . likes ’57 Chevies and motorcycles . . . has participated in Basketball 1 ; Sophomore Social Re- freshment Committee; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Senior Float Committee; Volleyball 4. ■1 ELIZABETH ALLISON MURLEY " Well, my opinion is — it’s a jolly strange world. " " Libby” likes blue eyes, dancing, sports, and white ’63 Valiants ... al- ways says " Son of a gun” . . . dislikes conceited people, getting up early and homework . . . has participated in Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Senior Float Committee; Spanish Club 3; Contemporary Affairs Club; Cam- era Club; Art Club 4. KATHLEEN JEAN MURLEY " Wholesome as air, and genial as the light.” " Kathy” dislikes writing English papers, taking notes, and show-offs . . . likes math, pizza, and skiing . . . always says " You slay me!” . . . has been active in French Club 1, 2, 3 (Treasurer 3) ; Spanish Club 2, 4; Softball 1, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Student Patrol 3, 4; Teen Scene 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4 (President 3, 4) ; Junior Prom Decorating Com- mittee; Usher for Junior Prom, Freshman Welcome; Student Council 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Camera Club; Theater Workshop; National Honor Society 4. STANLEY EDWARD NOGA, JR. " Speech is silver, silence is golden. " " Stan” enjoys sports . . . dislikes disorder . . . says " Oh ya?” . . . has participated in Camera Club; French Club; Contemporary Affairs Club; Cross-country; Baseball; National Honor Society 4. JAMES W. MURLEY " Jokes are the cayenne of conversation, and the salt of life. " " Jim” says " What good are ya?” . . . likes the trampoline . . . dislikes winter . . . participated in Contemporary Affairs Club; Football Manager 4. CAROL JEAN NOVAK " Sweetness, goodness in her person shine. " " Sam” likes motorcycles, a full moon, and spying . . . dislikes white socks conceited people, and cold days . . . says " You’re kidding! Be real!” . . has participated in Art Club 2, 3; Camera Club; Commercial Club 2; Se nior Float Committee; Class Historian 2; Usher for Freshman Welcome Sophomore Social, Graduation ; Decorating Committee for Freshman Wei come, Sophomore Social; Library Aide 1, 2, 3; Student Patrol 3, 4; Con temporary Affairs Club; Skit Committee for Sophomore Social; Softball 1 SUSAN ARLENE PEARCE " All graces in one woman " " Sue” likes fast cars and suede clothes . . . dislikes conceited people and show-offs . . . says " Oh great!” . . . has participated in Contemporary Af- fairs Club. REGINA ANN OSCIAK " Gentle of speech, beneficient of mind.” " Reg” likes individuality, small sports cars and the beach . . . dislikes long hair on boys, people with no sense of humor and boring weekends . . . always says " What now?” . . . has participated in Cheering 1; Basketball 1, 2; Softball 1, 2; Art Club 2; Chorus 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; Teen Scene 3; Future Teachers of America 3; Decorating Committee for Sopho- more Social, Junior Prom; Library Aide 2. KARYL ELLEN PERRY " Charm strikes the sight and merit wins the heart. " " Karyl” likes the 59th Street Bridge and the 68th Street gang . . . dislikes white socks . . . has been active in Commercial Club 1; Spanish Club 3, 4; French Club 2 ; Art Club 2 ; Contemporary Affairs Club ; Office Girl ; Li- brary Aide 1, 2; Usher for Junior Prom; Senior Float Committee; Booster Day Queen; National Honor Society 4. EDWARD GALUSHA PERKINS " He said it that knew it best.” " Perk” says " Well, of course!” . . . dislikes bag lunches . . . likes driving, talking on his amateur radio station, and electronics . . . has participated in French Club 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Social Decorating and Skit Committee; Netop; Yearbook (Executive Editor) ; Contemporary Affairs Club; National Honor Society 3, 4 (President 4) ; Camera Club; " As Schools Match Wits” ; Civic Affairs Club 4; Alter Ego. I y i ROBERT FULLER PERRY " He is a friend who will always be sincere and whose heart is true and kind.” " Bob” says " You know” . . . likes skiing, airplanes and rusty jeeps . . . dislikes minutia and notes . . . participated in Baseball 2, 3 ; Cross Country 4; Baseball Manager 1; Sophomore Social Skit and Decorating Committee; Contemporary Affairs Club; Alter Ego 4. MARY JANE PRASOL " Never without a smile, always doing something worthwhile” " Prasol” dislikes school and two-faced people . . . likes to eat, the color lavender and Gnatsum . . . favorite saying is " Hey, you guys participated in Cheering 1; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 (President); Chorus 3; Netop; Yearbook (Typing Editor); Senior Float Committee; Camera Club; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Nominating Committee 2; Con- temporary Affairs Club; Office Girl. SHARMON ELLEN PROUTY " Her air, her manners, all who saw admired; Courteous and gentle, though retired. " " Shannon” enjoys reading and horses . . . dislikes math . . . says " Well, all right” . . . has participated in Teen Scene 3, 4; Netop; Yearbook; Li- brary Aide 3; " The Hills of Bataan” 3; Art Club 4; Alter Ego 4 . . . participated in Senatus 1, 2; Teen Scene 1, 2 at Mahar Regional High School. PAULA ANN PUCHALSKI " What is better than a good woman? " ' Pooch” likes weekends in Hadley . . . dislikes conceited people . . . says " Tell me about it” . . . participated in Softball 1; Bank Day Cashier. 68 EDWARD GEORGE RANGE " Friendship is a part of virtue” " Ed” likes girls, sports, and cars . . . dislikes math homework . . . says " Ike fan!” . . . has participated in Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Contemporary Af- fairs Club. EILEEN JEAN REIL " Nothing is lacking where there is true friendship” " Squeaky” dislikes school and snobby, sophisticated people . . . likes week- long parties during the summer, swimming, and dancing . . . was a Bank Day Cashier. LINDA MAY REIPOLD " The virtue of her lively looks excels the precious stone. " " Lynn” likes rainy days, fireplaces, and happy people . . . dislikes people with a lot to say . . . says " Get off my back” . . . has participated in Art Club 2; Spanish Club 2; Color Guard 1, 2, 3 (Captain 3). MARK CHRISTOPHER REMILLARD " Silence is a virtue of the wise” Mark says You’ve gotta be kiddin’ me!” . . . dislikes speeding tickets, baggy pants and dull parties . . . likes motorcycles and " hot” Chevies . . . has participated in Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Usher for Junior Prom ; Contemporary Affairs Club. DENNIS ROBERT RICHOTTE " A great soul will be strong to live, as well as to think.” " Rabbit” likes good food, money, and stimulating talks . . . dislikes work and history essays . . . says " Move along, son” . . . has been active in Foot- ball 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 4; Class President 2, 3; Magazine Drive Manager 2, 3 Contemporary Affairs Club; Alternate Candidate to " As Schools Match Wits” 4; Sophomore Social, Junior Prom Committees. DONALD FRANCIS RICHOTTE " Joking decides great things.” " Monkey” dislikes school and Chevies . . . likes Fords and sports . . . says " You’ve got to be putting me on!” . . . has participated in Football 1; Track 2, 3; Basketball 1; Sophomore Social Skit Committee; Usher for Junior Prom; Freshman Welcome; Senior Float Committee; Contemporary Affairs Club. FRANK XAVIER ROBERT " Man is of soul and body formed For deeds of high resolve.” " Rob” says " What do ya say, sport? . . . likes hunting, fishing, horses, and ’Vettes . . . dislikes homework . . . participated in Baseball 1. KATHY ANN ROGALESKI " As merry as crickets " " Rog” likes blue eyes . . . dislikes being tickled . . . says " You wait! You’re gonna get it!” . . . has been active in Softball 1; Commercial Club 1, 2; Contemporary Affairs Club; Student Patrol 3; Bank Day Cashier; Usher for Sophomore Social, Junio Prom; Decorating for Sophomore Social, Freshman Welcome; Graduation Usher. 70 RONALD EDWARD RUSHFORD " He whose inborn worth his acts commend, Of gentle soul, to human race a friend.” " Ronny’s” favorite saying is " Believe it or not " . . . dislikes practice teachers . . . has participated in Track 1, 2; Contemporary Affairs Club; Senior Float Committee; Freshman Welcome Decorating Committee. mm KATHERINE MARY RYAN " Always merry and bright” " Kath " likes surfboards, Hawaii, and sherbet coolers . . . dislikes being tickled and those dirty, dusty, bug-infested lockers . . . says " I ' m sorry . . . OK?” . . . has participated in Basketball 1, 2; Softball 1, 2; Cheering 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Contemporary Affairs Club; Art Club 2, 3; Cam- era Club; Chorus; Skit and Decorating Committees for Sophomore Social; Senior Float Committee; Bank Day Cashier; Usher for Junior Prom and Freshman Welcome. ROSEMARY ELIZABETH RYAN " Born with the gift of laughted’ " Rosie” likes skiing, swimming, Chinese food and stuffed animals . . . says " Dum-Dum” . . . dislikes punchy boys and school . . . has participated in Volleyball 1, 2; Future Teachers of America 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Aide 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 2; Camera Club. FRANCIS J. ST. GERMAIN " Nothing so becomes a man as modest stillness and humility.” " Franny” likes cars, parties, and skiing . . . dislikes homework . . participated in Baseball 1, 4; Student Patrol 4. has 71 ROBERT TERRY ST. GERMAIN " Do all things like a man.’’ " Bob” likes ’Vettes, long hair, and pool . . . says " Get serious!” . . . dis- likes school and working . . . has been active in Spanish Club 3; Sophomore Social Refreshment Committee; Senior Float Committee. PAUL RAYMOND SIKORA " The mildest manner with the bravest mind. ’’ " Paul” says " Forget it!” . . . likes easy subjects, the New York Giants, the Boston Red Sox, and Practical Chemistry class . . . dislikes playing volley- ball in gym, boring assemblies, and fried eggs . . . has participated in Base- ball 1, 2; Yearbook; Contemporary Affairs Club; Camera Club; Spanish Club; Senior Float Committee. BARBARA ALICE SITEMAN " The way to be happy is to make others so.” " Barb” likes Quid and Mad Magazine . . . dislikes squeaky shoes . . . says " Really?” . . . has participated in Art Club 2; Spanish Club 3, 4; Contem- porary Affairs Club; French Club 3; Camera Club; Band 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Refreshment Committee for Sophomore Social, Fresh- man Welcome; Senior Float Committee. BEVERLY HELEN SMITH " With malice toward none, with charity for all. " " Bev” likes driving around, h orses, and people in general . . . says " You’re kidding!” . . . dislikes people who thing they are better than everyone else . . . has participated in Tumbling 1; Art Club 3; Library Aide; Bank Day Cashier; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Sophomore Social Refresh- ment Committee; Usher for Graduation; Freshman Welcome Planning Committee. GAIL SANDRA STEINECKE " Softly speak and sweetly smile” " Gail” says " No, not really!” . . . likes bright, sunny Saturdays . . . dis- likes math . . . has been in French Club 1, 2, 3 ,4; Teen Scene 2, 3, 4; Alter Ego 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Office Girl; Netop (Feature Editor); Yearbook (Executive Editor); Usher for Graduation; National Honor Society 4. DONNA MARIE STONE " Silence is more elegant than words.” " Stoney” says " Are you kidding?” . . . likes horses and sport s . . conceited people . . . has been a Bank Day Cashier. . dislikes MARGARET MARY STRANGE " And unextinguished laughter shakes the skies.” " ' Maggie’s” favorite expression is " You’re weird!” . . . likes grinders, stuffed animals, and guitars . . . dislikes soggy rolls . . . has participated in Color Guard 3; Library Aide 1, 2, 3; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Camera Club; Theater Workshop; Senior Float Committee;. Junior Prize Speaking Alternate; Alter Ego 4 (Typing and Format Editor 4). JAMES WESLEY STRYSKO " Gentleman is written legibly on his brow” " Strysko” always says " The West is the best!” . . . likes Bob Dylan, leafless trees, and The Doors . . . dislikes Volkswagens and white socks . . . has been active in Football 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3; T Club; Senior Float Committee. PAMELA JEAN STRYSKO " The nature of woman is closely allied to art” " Pam’s” favorite saying is " You tell ' em baby!” . . . likes the Navy and boys . . . dislikes Batman . . . has participated in Camera Club; Contem- porary Affairs Club; Sophomore Social Usher. CHRISTOPHER MATTHEW SULDA " Constant as the northern star ; fellow in the firmament” " Chris” says " Oh yeah!” . . . likes hunting and fishing . . . dislikes home- work . . . has participated in Student Patrol 4. SUSAN ANN SULDA " Devout , yet cheerful; pious, not austere ; To others lenient, to herself sincere.” " Sue ' s” favorite saying is " Hey, how are ya?” . . . likes pumpkin ice cream, water skiing, and math . . . dislikes pushy people, " the right wing,” and people who are late . . . has been active in Camera Club; Art Club 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3) ; National Honor Society 3, 4; French Club 3; Con- temporary Affairs Club; Yearbook Editor-in-Chief; Netop (Associate Ed- itor); Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Junior Prize Speaking Usher; Sophomore Social Refreshment Committee; Alter Ego 4. WILLIAM ROLLAND SUPRENANT " Joy is laughter in itself” " Supey” likes girls and parties . . . says Say listen!” . . . dislikes dead parties . . . participated in Contemporary Affairs Club . . . worked after school. 3j MARK GRAY SWEENEY " Honor is purchas’d by the deeds we do” " Mark” likes snow and Dick Summer’s Subway . . . dislikes sprints . . . says " What good are you? ' ” . . . activities include Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co- Captain 4); Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1; Golf 3, 4; Track 3; Student Council 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); T Club; French Club; Contemporary Affairs Club; Christmas Play 3. JOHN FRANCIS TATRO " Staunch and fearless he faces the world” " John” dislikes chocolate milk shakes and ' 65 Mercuries . . . likes drums, fast cars, and sports . . . can be heard saying " Where is she?” . . . has participated in Baseball 1 ; has worked after school. 7 , ry ♦ CARL VINCENT TELA " I’ll be merry, I’ll be free” " Hornet” thinks cars and fun are the greatest . . . dislikes writing . . . favorite saying is " Get me” . . . ushered at the Sophomore Social and the Junior Prom. NANCY JEAN TENCATI " A form more fair, a face more sweet, ne’er hath it been my lot to meed’ " Nance " dislikes snobby, conceited people who don ' t mind their own busi- ness . . . likes burgundy Barraccudas and pizza . . . says " Does this look funny?” . . . has taken part in Softball 1; Tumbling 1; Sophomore Social Refreshment Committee; Library Aide 1, 2; Usher for Graduation; Con- temporary Affairs Club; Secretary to Mr. Capen. A " T; ... f 75 LOUIS HENRY TUCK " Man is the measure of all things.” " Louie” likes baseball . . . dislikes nothing . . . has participated in Basket- ball 2. ROBERT PAUL TUMINSKI " Worth, courage, honor, these indeed your sustenance and birthright are” " Bob” likes Bob Dylan, H. D. Thoreau, Mt. Monadnock and birds . . . greatly disapproves of rocks and hypocrites . . . constantly says " C ' est la vie” . . . has participated in Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3; Student Council 3; Sophomore Social Skit; Junior Prom Usher; Contemporary Affairs Club; French Club 3, 4; and Student Patrol 4; National Honor Society 4. KAREN BLANCHE TETREAULT " Silence is a fine jewel for a woman” " Karen " says " That ' s close! " . . . likes Corvettes, pizza and steak . . . dis- likes snobby people . . . participated in Contemporary Affairs Club; Camera Club; Art Club; Senior Float Committee. JAMES EDWARD TIBBETTS " It is a good blade that bends well” " Jim " likes the color red and French Poodles . . . dislikes cars faster than tbe one he drives . . . says " It ' s up to you!” . . . has been active in Foot- ball 1; Baseball 1; Contemporary ' Affairs Club; Chorus 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Student Council 4; Senior Float Committee. Chorus that no one wept . . . A Cappella Chorus Prudence Clark (President) ; Rolande Lemoine (Vice- President); Ann Courtemanche (Secretary); Doreen Gleba (T.ihrarian ) ; Barbara Aitken, Debra Campbell, and Marilyn Higgins (Advisory Board); Mr. Arthur Gilmore (Director). 82 beneath your pillow . . . Junior Prize Speaking Jacquelyn Boyden The Crucifixion Richard Sojka The Soldier ' s Reprieve Prudence Clark Charles Sharon Chisholm The Tell-Tale Heart Anne Gamelin Renascence David Dauphinais Streetcar In Motion Marilyn Higgins Where The Road Divides Joan Currier Dramatic Art 85 WE Gl SS 9FJSSS nSSSSIMFS nm Ws dfil 9 £- 15 ! S ( 8 mbv X£f£ rsEjm -GEJirrm HELODMftJL r.FMMmnS 86 Cast Speaker of the Prologue Lizzie Jones Barbara Stanley Hiram Stanley Nell Stanley John Dalton Richard Murgatroyd Sam Slade Jenkins Derelict Big Mike Slattery Pete the Rat Old Kate Slick Steve Little Tommy The Professor Mamie Maggie Pearl Irene Bill the Dip One-Punch Dugan Chuck Connors Reginald Vanderlop Mrs. Vanderlop Edith Vanderlop James H. Glue Happy Izzy Rose Robinson Five Sightseers Pianist Susan Brule Marilyn Lucas Debra Campbell David Dauphinais Ann Courtemanche Charles Milkey Edward Perkins John Dlugoenski Edward Mieczkowski Gerald Hastings Gary Jefferson Russell Laramie Karen Hoynoski Douglas Chyz Deborah Demko Prudence Clark Kathy Ryan Cathy Berry Kathy Murley Cheryl Mayrand Alvah Koch Richard Dobosz Patrick Currie James Strysko Joanne Long Marilyn Higgins Stanley Noga Michael Connelly Dennis Hurd Anne Gamelin Joan Currier, Anne Maddern Jacquelyn Boyden, Joan McCormick Martha Iwanowicz Prudence Clark Stage Manager Charles Kulch Dir ector Miss Meredith Hatch try to remember . . Spanish Club Mary Jane Prasol (President); Constance Fugere (Vice- President) ; Jean Brown (Secretary) ; Joanne Long (Treas- urer) : Mrs, Mary Coppingerand Mr Oscar Azuri (Advisors). French Club Timothy Garrand (President); Ann Courtemanche (Vice- President) ; Mary Letourneau (Secretary) ; Jane Golonka (Treasurer); Mrs. Irene Phelps and Mr. Albert Routheir (Advisors) 91 Girls’ Athletic Association Alice Cronen (President); Anna Garbiel (Vice-President); Anne Maddern (Secretary) ; Joyce Carley (Treasurer) ; Mrs. Charlotte Robinson (Advisor). and if you remember . Future Teachers of America Kathleen Murley (President) ; Joanne Long (Vice-Presi- dent) ; Cathy Berry (Secretary) ; Fay-Jean Guy (Treasurer) ; Anne Maddern (Parliamentarian); Jane Golonka (Histor- ian) ; Mr. Philip Capen and Mr. Frederick Oakes (Advisors). Bank Day Cashiers Library Aides then follow . . . 4 Office Girls Deep in December . . . Varsity Basketball 96 J.V. Basketball I its nice to remember . . . Varsity Girls’ Basketball J.V. Basketball the fire of September . . 98 Contemporary Affairs Club Michael Connelly (President) ; Joseph Cade (Vice-President) ; Debra Gaines (Secretary) ; Anne Courtemanche (Treasurer); Mr. Thomas Meehan (Advisor). that made us mellow . . . Camera Club Michael Hmieleski (President); Marion Marsh (Vice-President); Fay-Jean Guy (Secretary); Barbara Aitken (Treasurer); Mr. Frederick Oakes (Advisor). 99 T Club our hearts should remember . . . Civic Affairs Club Charles Milkey (President); Edward Miercki (Vice-President); Gail Terlikoski (Secretary); Donna Markol (Treasurer); Mr. Thomas Meehan Advisor) Class Will Barb Aitken leaves $50 in a trust fund to future Netop editors to send their mimeograph- inked clothes to the cleaners. Barry Aubrey leaves his white socks to any Freshman. Elaine Baker leaves the gymnateria to anyone who likes it. Linda Balboni leaves with sympathy for the students who aren ' t going to get a single day off because of cold weather, snow, or ice. Joan Bartus leaves her position as a Senior to any Junior who thinks he can handle it. Gary Bellemare leaves Hamlet to the incoming Seniors. Cathy Berry leaves her cousin Gary to struggle with his own typing. Pam Billings leaves still typing her last history essay. Frannie Bocon leaves singing " We Gotta Get Out Of This Place. Mike Boulanger leaves for V.N.U. Jackie Boyden leaves. Louie Brozo leaves. Sue Brule leaves Bernardo a membership card to the Klu Klux Klan. Fay Brunelle leaves her crumpled V.W. fender as a caution to other V.W. owners. Joe Cade leaves with his destination unknowm. Mike Cadran leaves his brother Rick to run the school. Deb Campbell leaves a year’s supply of " plastic-bag cookies " to Diane. Don Caouette leaves. Joyce Carley leaves still holding a basketball. Sally Chaffee leaves gladly. Dave Chagnon leaves. Chiz leaves a new chair for the Ladies Lounge. Doug Chyz leaves high school to his sister Ann. Prudy Clark leaves Early American Ballads to next year’s English IV class. John Collins leaves Mr. Meehan 1000 referral slips. Mike Connelly leaves his track shoes to his brother Chris. Pat Conway leaves her bag lunches to Diane Fronkus. Ann Courtemanche leaves the piano to anyone who can " tickle the keys. " Alice Cronen leaves Patty Wysk the back corner of the zone defense. Gloria Croteau leaves to meet someone very special. Todd Currie leaves the lunch circle for the Junior boys to form. Tom Currie leaves in hopes of joining the U.S. Marines to become a leatherneck. Joan Currier leaves Stoney with a fire extinguisher for the first floor basement. Jim Dacyczyn leaves happily. Dave Dauphinais leaves his parking space to any Falcon faster than his. Debbie Demko leaves with hopes of still becoming five feet tall. — Karen Denkewicz leaves. John Dlugoenski leaves his General Procedure papers to anyone who wants them Rick Dobosz leaves for someplace unknown. Dorena Dodge leaves. Ruth Doyle leaves all three history notebooks to a fortunate Junior. Donna Dupuis leaves. Linda Ellis leaves hot dog-cheese sandwiches to anyone who likes them. Sylvia Fargo leaves all the help and detention slips to Nancy Campbell. Jana Folk leaves her seat in History to anyone who can stand it. Rosemary Foster leaves to work at Hopecrest Manor. Trina Frederick leaves her five o’clock typing sessions to anyone who doesn’t like sleep. Nancy Gaida leaves. Debby Gaines leaves her white Falcon at the Glen because it won’t start. Anne Gamelin leaves to collect a " guaranteed” promise. Sue Gamelin leaves for the Summer Nationals in the " the 301 .” Stan Garbiel leaves. Carol Gates leaves still fighting. Ron Gibson leaves. Art Girard leaves. Susanne Girard leaves the bass section to any girl who can stand it. Doreen Gleba leaves with the rest of the double reed section. Tony Golembeski leaves the school still standing. Toe Golonka leaves four years after entering. Ginny Gray leaves her attendance record to Kathy and Chris. Ruth Guilford leaves to marry Michael. Judy Gunn leaves her typing position to anyone with steady nerves and an immunity to the smelly " gunk " . Fay-Jean Guy leaves Mr. Bourdeau a free pass to her swimming pool so that he can have that swimming party. Jerry Hastings leaves his parking space to Fords only. Marilyn Higgins leaves still trying to perfect her imitations of John Wayne, Paul Newman, Lady Bird Johnson Mike Hmieleski leaves his daily carrot to anyone who thinks it might help. Karen Hoynoski leaves to run for President of Poland. Dennis Hurd leaves the Rat Patrol with a new headquarters. Martha Iwanowicz leaves the role of Rapunzel to her sisters. Gary Jefferson leaves. Cindie Johnson leaves with Al. Cathy Jubenville leaves with a big laugh. Pam Karpinski leaves for Deererfields. Tommie Kendrick leaves happily. Debbie Kennedy leaves her No. 16 to Martha Walker. Rick Knox leaves Mr. Garbiel in peace. Al Koch leaves a hea-sy coat to anyone who has English in Room 306. Karla Kozik leaves. Ebbie Krol leaves her seat in Geometry to Connie Fugere. Helen Kruk leaves Debbie Bonnette without any papers to type for LJ.S. History. Chris Kruzlic leaves saying Hi Ho Silver to her Mustang. Charles Kuklewicz leaves the tennis team to struggle on. Charles Kulch leaves his history book to anyone who can find it. Ken Kuninski leaves. Bev Kuzmeskus leaves her locker to some poor unlucky soul. Chet Kuzontkoski leaves his ’57 Chevy to anyone who can get it started. Art Lafleur leaves all his Chevy parts to anyone who owns a Chevy. Russ Laramie leaves Mr. Avery Dick Williams’ book on how to coach baseball. Ed Leete leaves. Bill Legere leaves. Rolande Lemoine leaves. Joanne Long leaves to audition for the Jackie Gleason Show. Diane Loveland leaves. Marilyn Lucas leaves the fun and excitement of her Senior year to Sue Yarmac. Anne Maddern leaves one bright red scuihe to next year ' s athletes. Pete Markol leaves. Augie leaves Mr. fjdeehan a pillow for his desk. Gary Martineau leaves all he learned in school to anyone who has a second to listen. Cheryl Mayrand leaves Pete ' s sister the back seat in room 203- Sharon McCarthy leaves locker No. 47 to anyone who likes crowds. Joan McCormick leaves the book " How to Sit in a Desk at TFHS Without Getting a Run in Your Nylon " to any girl interested. Mitch leaves Mr. Galvin defenseless, but with memories. Chuck Milkey leaves his Vespa for posterity. Cheryl Morin leaves happily with her diploma. Libby leaves quickly in her ' 63 White Bomb. Jim Murley leaves. Kathy Murley leaves for the Patch and U.M. Stanley Noga leaves his Vespa to anyone who can fit into it. Carol Novak leaves in search of " The Impossible Dream " . Regina Osciak leaves on time although she always arrived late. Pat Ouellette leaves. Sue Pearce leaves feeling sorry for the Junioss who have another year left of school Ed Perkins leaves his cloak and mustache to next year’s villain. Karyl Perry leaves still wondering w ' hen " Judy " will take off her " disguise " . Bob Perry leaves loaded with minutia. Mary Jane Prasol leaves . . . still talking. Sharmon Prouty leaves her father to the lucky Class of ’69. Paula Puchalski leaves the licking of the stamps in office practice to someone who won’t choke on them. Ed Range leaves his standing room only in Mr. Farland’s homeroom. Eileen Reil leaves to be with Phil. Linda Reipold leaves her hidden talent to Diane Sicard. Mark Remillard leaves his G.M.C. pickup to anyone who wants it. Dennis Richotte leaves two bowls of stale spinach for those who eat bag lunches. Donnie Richotte leaves Mr. Meehan a Mustang Repair Kit. Frank Robert leaves the name Corinne written on his books. Kathy Rogaleski leaves to find the " Best of Both Worlds. " Ronny Rushford leaves waiting for Lynn. Kathy Ryan leaves with a surfboard on the next tidal w ' ave to Hawaii. Rosemary Ryan leaves her loafers to Neil Shea. Fran St. Germain leaves Mr. Meehan to the Junior class. Bob St. Germain leaves his Math book to any underclassman who wants it. Paul Sikora leaves in his powerless Falcon. Barb Siteman leaves Mr. Meehan ' s history class to anyone who can take shorthand. Bev Smith leaves Mrs. Gulo in peace. Rich Sojka leaves the Student Council and Mr. Meehan. Gail Steinecke leaves the last desk in room 208 to Linda. Donna Stone leaves the Chemistry Lab to Mr. Galvin. Margaret Strange leaves the school to Dee Dee. Jim Strysko leaves Viet Nam to L. B. J. Pam Strysko leaves with her prune whip still in her locker. Chris Sulda leaves his history book to his cousin Rudy. Sue Sulda leaves all her " Dicks” to Deb and Jean. Billy Suprenant leaves any homework that he didn ' t do to anyone who wants it. Mark Sweeney leaves the showers after football games to Galvis and Welcome. John Tatro leaves for the races. Carl Tela leaves. Nanci Tencati leaves U.S. History and Mr. MeehanLo Barb St. Germain with luck ' Karen Tetreault leaves. Jim Tibbetts leaves. Louis Tuck leaves. Bob Tuminski leaves still trying to find a way. Bob Wallner leaves Mr. Gabriel in peace. Stan Wasileski leaves a Vote-for-Nixon button to Mr. Fletcher. niu. ' itc. Prud Q. arW cuorctC cj Carol ,?atc3 1. fte-mino bV- nc a VWoi. t) Ore U ' is a Q_- rrNernbVvnCj hou) 0 - r -futurC oe.came our re.- r€. — rtn, t. 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