Wachusett Regional High School - Wachusett Yearbook (Holden, MA)

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Wachusett Regional High School Annual 371.8 MOU 1958 c2 477 Wachusett Reg. H.S. Library ■•7 1 . 7 -,y T- ? i lv 1 ■ ■ 1 ■ ■ ■ ■ M MV Of, ‘ J P E R T Y OF WACHUSETT REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT jjjj Jj £5 . STERLING Because we are the first students in Massachusetts to spend our entire four years at a regional high school, we have given our yearbook a theme that we think is significant of this. We chose " The Successful Experiment " because we feel that our class has proven the success of the idea of a regional school. In 1949, representatives from five towns met and decided to take the step that has come to mean so much to all of us. Holden, Princeton, Paxton, Rutland, and Sterling, with a great deal of courage and originality, decided to introduce an entirely new educational system. Thus, Wachusett Regional High School was bom. No one knew what the outcome of this daring plan would be. Would the students from the different towns get to know and like one another, or would they stay in their own groups? Would the competition between the five towns be too great? Today, be¬ cause of the caliber of the education we have received and the number and depth of friendships we have formed, we feel that the experiment was more than successful. Therefore, our class, the Class of 1958, is very proud to be a part of " The Successful Experiment. " oyalty for our n feared that ou Id and new rincipal we expert n dent f r s shown led our final year at Wachusett, we were ig that we faced djsappointment. For three ol had beefl steadily and thi progress by fifrtv and hange in adnllllijt btion undless As we app apprehensive years our prj browing, but bfJslhe whoh JHowevei rlwe soon pved to b| lecN xterio e open- l e with r new cing im c ose friend, an h it we h u ri him and f we jiedl bdte Ih 4 through out the sh ear ation as an i r pric for the capa l Neal MR. NEAL T. SKILLINGS yddm in id tra ti on MR. WILLIAM BUKER SUPERINTENDENT MR. CHARLES LAPRADE, ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL MR. NEAL SKILLINGS, PRINCIPAL artment Mrs. Barbara Duggan, Secretary; Mr. Charles Bartlett, Director; Mr. Edmund Kelsey, Counselor l YjatLematicd OShnmmmrn jm TBja Seated: Mrs. Frances Creamer, Chairman Standing: Mr. William Wilbur Mrs. Alice Carr Mrs. Helen Still Mr. Charles Lindberg Mr. Nathan Beardsley Missing from Picture: Mr. George Yonker, Jr. Seated: Miss Frances Russell Miss Helen Carlin, Chairman Standing: Mr. Ralph Wadsworth Mr. Luther Allison Mr. Albert Theriault, Jr. Mr. Robert Carey Mr. Robert Barker Miss Rosa Simpson Mr. Daniel Fitzgerald Mr. Wayland Davis Mr. Gregory Bowes m UdlC Mr. Howard C. Barre fM idacait V 3 oreu n czCanffuaCfed s t Studi ie5 Mr. Harry Lengas Mr. David Ryan Mrs. Helen Hamilton, Chairman Mr. Forrest Minor Mr. Charles Lindberg Mr. William Griffin, Jr Mrs. Jacqueline Smith Mr. Norman Mills Mr. Joseph Daniels Mr. Martin White, Chairman Mr. Laurence Barrington Mr. Richard Sell Mrs. Anne Bernier Mr. Bernard Foley, Chairman Miss Mary Clark Missing from Picture: Mrs. Frances Caronna S cience a turn A - p ( ' - u r — 3 ucultu Jl ome conomicA Mrs. Alice Makepiece Mrs. Marian Eames Mrs. Ruhamah Gaw, Chairman C. ommcrcui Seated: Mrs. Alice Olson, Chairman Standing: Mr. Wayland Davis Mrs. Mildred Sears Miss Barbara Hastings Mrs. Nancy Sampson Mrs. Alii Berryman Mr. Charles Shiere (Education Mr. Arnold Pinto Miss Jeannette Costa Mrs. Jane Moulton, Director Mr. Elmer Ream, Director acuity 2 . river Education ft d)nclu3t l Jlrh are na Mr. Robert Bombard Mr. Norman Rayner, Chairman Mr. Peter Houmere Mr. Frederick Warren Mr. Joseph Gribouski, Chairman Mr. James Torpey Mr. William Nesbitt Jfil rarian Mrs. Leota Wadleigh n Office urAe Mrs. Pauline Rose Mrs. Shirley Bjornlund Mrs. Elsie Larson David Stewart . Vice President Lois Parker . S ecretary Dorothy Mayo. ..Treasurer James Cunningham . President SHIRLEY IRENE ARLIN " Who can be wise, amazed, temperate and furious, loyal, and neutral in a moment? " Shirl ' s bubbling personality is well known to all of us. She ' s just full of that zest for life. Always cheerful, generous, and interested in everything, she makes a wonderful companion. Her acting ability is a great asset to our class. We wish her the best of luck in a teaching career. Bank Teller 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Christmas Play 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll 1, 4; Intramural Club 2, 3; Junior Play Cast 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Monitor 4; Pep Squad 2; Romanum Forum 2;’Senior Play Cast 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Thespian Society 4; Willard Club 3, 4, (Historian) 4; Yearbook Staff 4. JEAN ALICE BACKSTROM " A horse! a horse! my kingdom for a horse! " Jean ' s favorite pastime is reading books on animals and riding horses. She is a pleasant girl with a quiet friendly manner and we wish her the best of luck in the future. Honor Roll 1; Senior Play 4; Future Homemakers of America 4. STEWART OTIS BAILEY " A little nonsense now and then, is relished by the best of men. " Stew is a carefree and fun-loving senior. His wit and friendliness have won him a score of friends during these four short years. With a twinkling bit of devil in his eyes and a cheery laugh, he makes lasting friends. Football 1, 2, 3; Intramural Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor 4; Track 2; Varsity Club 3, 4. ROBERT WILLIAM BARR JR. " Reason is not measured by size or by height, but by principle. " Bob is small of stature and yet is one of the biggest assets to the Senior Class. He ' s of invaluable assistance on the gridiron and handles his assignments as only Bob Barr could. In his sophomore and junior years. Bob was manager of the baseball team and undoubtedly helped the " Mountaineers ' ' to a proud record. We needn ' t fear for the wildlife in the forests much longer for Bob intends to go into wildlife management. He will certainly make an important place for himself there. Baseball Manager 2, 3; Football 3, 4; Gym Leader Corps 2, 3, 4; Intramural Club 2, 3, 4; Monitor 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. ROBERT BRUCE BAXTER " To live long, it is necessary to live slowly. " Tall, dark, and handsome—that ' s Bob Baxter. He ' s the kind of person that every class needs. Bob ' s helpful and yet he ' s often so quiet that you don ' t realize he ' s around. Mountain climbing seems to be his most interesting hobby, and then boating and skating. Bob intends to go to a junior college and later on become a pilot in the Navy. Lots of luck, Bob. Intramural Football 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. CHARLES FRANCIS BELANGER " Silence is more eloquent than words. " Chuck is a person who would be an asset to any class. He ' s so quiet that you never know he ' s around, but he ' s always there when you need him. His ability to solve math problems is astounding. Aviation and weather stand out as the most important of his manv hobbies. Chuck intends to go to a technical college, and we all know he will succeed at anything he attempts in the field of science. Audio Visual 2; Class Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 4; Football Manager 4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Intramural Club 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 2, 3; Intramural Volleyball 3. RALPH HILDING ANDERSON JR. Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Cabinet 4. " Nobody would suppose it, but I am naturally bashful. " ways have won him many friends, and should do so in the future. If to " Sals " . He is always ready to lend a helping hand. He not only • is also good at handling animals. We wish him the best of every- KATHLEEN ANN BELLROSE " Her ways are those of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace. " Kathy is the pert little miss who is everyone ' s friend. She has been a great asset to the majorette squad and a very reliable member of the class. She enjoys sports and likes to dance. The State Mutual Life Assurance Company will surely welcome her. Intramural Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Majorettes 3, 4; Monitor 3; Pep Squad 2; Senior Play 4; Senior Prom Committee 4. LINDA JANE BENSON " There is nothing in the world so contagious as laughter. " " Benny " , witty and vivacious, makes her own fun wherever she goes. One of Linda ' s hobbies is her great love of horses. We know whatever paths Linda ' s future leads her to, there will be smiles along the way. Linda ' s patients will recuperate fast under her care. Biology Club (secretary) 4; Intramural Club 1, 2, 4; Pep Squad 2; Senior Play Production 4; Ski Club 3, 4. CAROLYN JEAN BERGLUND " A little work, a little play, a cheery word, a bright good day. " If there ' s anyone who is willing to do her part in work or play, it ' s Carolyn. No matter what the task, it is never considered overpowering to her. Because of this she is bound to succeed in the future. State Mutual Life Assurance Company will be gaining an excellent worker when she joins their staff next year. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Echo Staff 4 (Art Editor); Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Club 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Latin Club 1, 2; Pep Squad 2; Senior Play 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Ski Club 4; Willard Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. JOYCE MARIE BLAIR " Quiet by nature, yet fun-loving, too. " Although Joycie is one of the quieter members of the class, her many friends know her better. We find her always willing to do anything for others. Her cheerfulness will carry her through life with success and happiness. Joyce plans to go to commercial college in the future. Pep Squad 2; Senior Prom Committee 4. HELEN MAE BLONDIN " A cheerful disposition is a gift of the gods. " Helen ' s ready smile and warm spirit are always available and somehow they always seem to cheer one up. Her congeniality and willingness to help others make her a wonderful pal. And oh! Those big blue eyes! We know that Helen will be a success at whatever she chooses to do. Bret Harte Jr. High (California); Washington Union High School (California); Oakland High School (California); Chorus 2, 3, 4; Folk Dancing 1; French Club 3; Girls ' League 1; Glee Club 3, 4; Photography Club 4; Referee Club 1; Selected Vocal 3; Vaudeville Show 3. ROGER WALTER BOHN " What care I when I can rest, kill time and take life at its best. " Roger has sometimes been referred to as the " Mad Electrician " for his home is full of electrical gadgets that are hooked up to a central switchboard in h : s room. We will all remember the excellent job he has done as bass drummer in the Band. Roger plans to attend a four year technical school and later work in an engineering firm. We wish him the best of luck, knowing that if past performances foretell the future, Roger will succeed at all that he does. Audio Visual 4; Band 3, 4; French Club 2; Junior Band 3; Intramural Football 4; Photography Club 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Yearbook Staff 4. ANN REGINA BLANCHE BOISVERT " Our chief want in life is somebody who shall make us do what we can. " Ann is truly a believer in the saying, " Quietness is a virtue, " for seldom is she talkative. Her industry and efficiency have been evident to all and her prospects for success are equally evident. Chorus 1, 2; Biology Club 2, 3; Future Homemakers of America 4. CAROL STELLA BOISVERT " How happy the life unembarrassed by the cares of business! " " Lucky " is her middle name. Everything she attempts to do seems to come out for her benefit. Friends she has many; worries she has few. We wish her more luck if that ' s possible. Senior Play Committee 4. 13 MARILYN MARIE BOISVERT " It is o friendly heart that has plenty of friends. " Marilyn ' s cheerful and friendly disposition has aided her in gaining many friends. She was a good sport when it came time to give oral talks in English, receiving a great sigh of relief from her classmates. Marilyn ' s enthusiasm and industrious ways are noticed by everyone. Echo Staff 2; Intramural Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 2. SEVERELY ANN BOULANGER " True to her word, her work, and her friends. " She is that charming girl with pretty, dark hair who always claims, " I like boys from my own town best! " Bev gives the appearance of being quiet, but just ask her friends about this! She plans a commercial career. Future Homemakers of America 4; Faculty Manager ' s tvp : st 4; Guidance Office helper 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Pep Squad 2; Senior Prom Committee 4. GERALD ERNEST BORDEUR " Athletics, his hobby; good nature, his guide. " Gerry is one of those people you just can ' t help liking. A carefree, happy-po-lu ' ky attitude often conceals his diligence and assiduousness in any field to which he applies himself. His infectious and nvs ' frevous sense of humor topped by a keen mind and sincerity make him a person well worth knowing. Basketball 3, 4; Baseball 2. 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Gym Leader Corps 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor 4; Varsity Club 3, 4 (Treasurer 3, 4). JOHN ALDEN BROWN " Be gone dull care! Thou and I shall never agree. " Who is the mischievous lad with the red hair? That ' s Johnny, always into something, always making noise. With friendliness in his heart, mis ' h : ef in his eye, and sincerity in his soul, he will surely be a success in whatever field he chooses. HAROLD FRANK BURNHAM " Beware the fury of a patient man. " Looking for Hal? He ' s usually in the darkroom, developing photographs. The tall, blond, good-looking lad is always willing to give a helping hand to his classmates. His warm, friendly manner is sure to lead him to a great success. JOAN BUTLER " Science is as deep as eternity; Speech, as shallow as time. " Joanie is one of the honor students in o ’r class. A fondness for acting is only one of her numerous interests. Her winn’nq smile is always waiting for everyone. Even when the day seems darkest you can find light in her heart. Monitor 3, 4; NaHonal Thespian Society 3, 4, (Secretary 4); Spanish Club 3, 4; Willard Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. JOYCE IRENE BUXTON " Serious and well behaved, never any trouble gave. " Jovce, serious but fun-loving at heart. She has many talents, one of which is skill in art. Her abilities and willingness to work are sure to bring her great rewards in whatever she does. She plans to enter college in the fall. Chorus 3; French Club 2, 3; Hockey Manager 3; Intramural Club 2, 3; Latin Club 2; Pep Squad 2; Senior Play 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Ski Club 4; Willard Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. WILLIAM WALTON BURROWS JR. " School? I suppose it is a necessary evil. " Bill is our 0 " tdoor fellow. He loves to hunt, camp, ski. and swim. He feels that school could be eliminated w’thout too much trouble and tears. Although he appears to be lazy, his friends know better. On the dance floor he ' s hard to beat with his fancy steps. He plans eventually to become a forest ranger after his duty to the government is completed in the Air Force. Intramural Football Champion 2; Ski Club 4; Track Team 1. DIANE BYRON " In quietness lies hidden friendship. " Diane brings a quiet, friendly atmosphere wherever she goes. Her pleasant and cooperative ways have won her many friends. To some, Diane probably seems quiet and shy, but to those who know her, she is a sincere, lively friend. We all wish her success in her college career. French Club 3; Girls ' Intramural Club 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4. JEAN ANGELA CALCIA " She is witty, gay, and clever, yet scorns not endeavor. " Witty, vivacious, ingenious and intelligent are the four traits which best describe Jeanie. Dependability and hard work make her a friend to all who know her. Always busy, always bright, she carries the task of Editor-in-chief of the Wachusett Echo. We know she ' ll be a hard worker in the business world. Echo Staff (editor) 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Club 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Monitor 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Yearbook Staff 4. ROBERT HENRY CAREY " The deepest rivers flow with the least sound. " Bob, so tall and so quiet, is one of those mysterious " Aggie " boys. The shy type who has little to say, he nevertheless possesses much wit. The future holds in store for him an occupation in dairy farming. Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3, 4. BERNARD OSCAR CARLSON " A little mischief now and then is relished by the best of men. " Bernie, with his jocular manner and friendly ways may be seen many times driving his car or crawling under it to fix something that ' s broken, for he is a car enthusiast. Bernie will probably find something to do with cars in the Service, which he plans to enter after graduation. JOHN GARY CARLSON " Speech be better than silence. " " Of course it ' s a Ford! Is there any other kind? " This is Jack ' s best known expression and it has become a trademark with him. Besides talking about cars, Jack ' s many hobbies include hunting and fishing. He has become quite an authority on hunting—one good look at his rifle collection proves it. He wants to teach high school and we all wish him the best of luck, knowing that he will never fail in anything that he sets his mind to. Camera Club 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3; Intramural Volleyball 2; Monitor 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4. JOHN WILLIAM CARLSON " All do so like saints appear we know not who ' s the devil here. " Jack can brighten up any group with his wit and personality. One of his weaknesses is women, and one of his interests is drawing. He has proven both to us in the past four years. We know he will succeed in college and the service. Intramural Football 3; Intrampral Softball 2; Intramurol Volleyball 3, 4; Monitor 3; Track 3, 4. PAUL HOWARD CHRISTENSEN " The quiet ones are those who gain the most. " A hard worker, " Chris " is interested in all kinds of sports. He has enlivened many a class with his quick wit, and his sincerity is a quality which will insure success and happiness for him. The Navy will be receiving a valuable member, when he joins this summer. Intramural Basketball 3, 4. DIANE MARY COOKE " There ' s none whose style is so neat, whose smile is so sweet. " Cookie is best known for her love of fun. Her warm personality and radiant smile have won her many friends. Cookie ' s interest and ability in sports have been a qreat asset to our girl ' s basketball team. Her inexhaustible supply of energy for cheering the team on to victory is always evident at sports events. Diane ' s winning ways are a sure road to success and we all wish her the best of luck in her secretarial work. Basketball 1, 2, 3; Class Cabinet 2; Intramural club 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor 4; Pep Squad 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Prom Committee 4. 15 RICHARD COOPER " Silence is golden. " " Skeezix " is a quiet but industrious student. His ability to tinker with cars should help him in his plans to attend a technical school. MAUREEN GAIL COVE " A jolly girl, a live-wire, the kind of which you never tire. " Reeney is gay, exciting, enthusiastic, and always has ideas for good times. Her cheerful personality has won her many friends. She ' ll have her patients in two kinds of stitches when she follows through her plans for a nursing career. Homeroom Representative 2; Intramural Club 2, 3, 4 (President 4); Junior Prom Committee 3; Latin Club 2; Majorettes 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Spanish Club 3, 4 (Treasurer 3, 4). DIANN COYLE " To know her is a lasting treat. " Diann has not been here for long, but everyone knows her. Her ability to make friends has made her one of the most popular seniors. We all know what an excellent cheerleader she is. Diann hopes to go to William and Mary, and major in math. If her success here in such a short time is any example of her ability, we ' re sure she will be an outstanding student. Springfield High School, Philadelphia, Pa. 1, 2, 3; Cheerleading 3, 4; Cheerleading Club 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3, 4; French Club 4; Hockey Team 1, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Interclass Hockey and Baseball 2, 3; Intramural Club 4; Junior Prom 3; Lacrosse Team 3; Senior Play 4; Willard Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4. PEARL ELSIE CRAWFORD " In quietness lies hidden friendship. " Although Pearl isn ' t one to always talk, she doesn ' t overlook the fact that friends are an asset. She is a lasting friend with a personality to fit her mme. Pearl enjoys collecting popular records. Her plans for the future are to become a secretary. JUDITH JOY CROSBY " The happiness of the heart causeth a fair color in the face. " Small, blonde, fun-loving—these words describe " Blondie. " Everyone knows her because wherever she goes she leaves her mark. Her pleasing smile and light, airy conversation, combined with her magnetic personality will assure her great success as a dental assistant. Intramural Club 2, 3, 4; Monitor 4. WILLIAM JAMES CUNNINGHAM " A good player unequalled, a sportsman complete; a good one to follow, a hard one to beat. " The name Jim Cunningham is familiar to everyone, for Jim is a natural leader. For two consecutive years his classmates have shown their approval of his methods by electing him president of the class. In the fall Jim can always be found on the football field with the team. In the field of track, Jimmy became interested in the discus throw, and he soon developed the form and ability of a mature athlete. Class President 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (co-captain 4); Gym Leader Corps 2, 3, 4; Harvard Club Book Award 3; Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Track I, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. RICHARD EARL DALTON " No one knows what he can do till he tries. " " Digger " is one of our many classmates who entered Wachusett after its initial year, but he has the distinction of coming from Alabama. Quiet and unassuming, a smile and a word of greeting will invariably be returned by his shy, friendly smile. Success at the General Electric Apprentice Course is assured him, for loyalty and perseverance are most welcome traits. Selma Junior High School (Selma, Alabama) 1; Band 1, 2; Christmas Play 3; Senior Play 4; Spanish Club 3. RICHARD JOHN DARBY " Building castles in the air. " Dick ' s an unassuming fellow, but a hard working, loyal friend when you get to know him. He favors the field of aviation whether it be planes in model or actual size. PETER DAVIS " Dimples in his chin, devil within. " Pete is that good-looking fellow who seems rather shy, but he can be full of mischief when he is in the mood. The outdoor type, Pete enjoys swimmirtg and boating. May great success be his at college. Holden High School 1; Intramural Club 3; Junior Cabinet 3. ROBERT ALVIN DAVIS " Sighed and looked, and sighed again. " Who ' s that cute redhead? That ' s our boy. Bob. His quiet wit and lively personality nave mad e him well liked. We know that in the Marine Corps, college, and whatever profession he decides upon his personality and willingness to help will be two of his greatest assets. French Club 4; Intramural Club 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 2, 3; Intramural Football 2, 3, 4; Intramural Volleyball 3; Intramural Softball 2; Junior Cabinet 3; Senior Cabinet 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Track 3. JUDITH ANN DESROSIERS " Laugh and the world laughs with you. " A giggle resounding through the hall and everyone knows Judy ' s around. With her sense of humor and good nature, she has cheered many of us in the past four years. She has a keen interest in horses and is quite an artist. Her weakness, missing school busses; her excuse, forgetting her lunch. Pep Squad 2; Senior Play 4; Yearbook Staff 4. ROBERT PAUL DONAHUE " He may not convince you, but he argues on. " Musical, full of fun. Bob is one of our Senior comedians. None of us will forget the excellent job he has done as band leader. He plans to enter college next fall and major in business administration. A diligent worker, his future will certainly be bright. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 (secretary-treasurer 2, president 4); Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Play 1, 2, 3, 4; Echo Staff 1; French Club 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 3; Junior Play 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Senior Talent Show 1, 2; Student Council 2. BERNARD DOUGLAS " All musical people seem to be happy. " There ' s Bernie, tapping the floor with his shining slippers. Everyone knows Bernie for his ability to dance. Along with his happy-go-lucky ways, Bernie will be remembered for his many performances on the stage. Always going around with a friendly word, he will be greatly missed next year. Band 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Intramural Club 1, 2, 3, 4. LESLIE ALAN DOWNER " Worry and I have never met. " Les likes sports, particularly hunting. Besides his activity on the track team, he enjoys eating, but keeps his figure. We all wish for him good fortune as a future farmer. Future Farmers of America 2, 3, 4; Library Club 3; Track 3, 4. SANDRA JUNE ERICKSON " A maiden friendly and self-possessed, attractive, poised and trimly dressed. " Quiet, usually, she is a true friend. Her warm personality and winning smile will see her easily over life ' s long road. Future Homemakers of America 4; Library Club 2; Majorettes 4; Pep Squad 2. PATRICIA ANN FISKE " Music in her heart and mischief in her eye. " Although Pat appears quiet on the surfoce, her gaiety and amiability are familiar to those who know her well. Her sweet smile and bubbling personality are loved by all. Pat ' s future includes plans for a secretarial career and she is sure to achieve her goal. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4. PAUL JOSEPH FLANAGAN " He ' s a regular guy, why say more? " Paul is one of the Sterlingites. Sin-ere, yet fun-loving, he has won ccntless friends from all the towns. There ore many fine qualities beneath that lovely blush. Hard work and love for sports round him out to be one swell person. Basketball 2, 3, 4; French Club 4; Intramural Basketball 3, 4; Intramural Club 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 1; Romanum Forum 2. DAVID ERIC FUNK " Good nature brings many friends. " Dave is another of ' 58 ' s blushers. Just one word is enorgh to turn him scarlet. A friend to many, especially the girls, he ' s known for his cheerful ways. We are sure his lightheartedness will safely take him through a career in the service. Intramural Club 2, 3, 4. DIANNE ELIZABETH FORRESTER " She seems quiet, but you ' d be surprised. " An enigmatic, thoughtful look may mislead you to believe that Dianne is the quiet type. But wait a minute and she ' s bright, cheery, and energetic again. With a mischievous gleam in her eye and match-making for a hobby, she is sure to succeed in life. Field Hockey 3, (manager 4); Football Concess ' on Committee 4; Fren ' h Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3; Intramural Club 2, 3, 4; Jun : or Play (stage manager) 3; Pep Squad 2; Senior Play 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Willard Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4. JUDITH EVELYN GIBSON " Dancing eyes and dancing feet, a combination that ' s hard to beat. " One can often hear Gibbie ' s giggles resounding through the halls of Wachusett. Her sunny disposition brightens up the dullest days. She is short and sweet and cute and neat—always has something to talk about. We all know Judy ' s future students will be lucky to have a teacher like her. Field Hockey 4; Football Refreshment Stand 4; Intramural Basketball Champion Team 3; Intramural Club 2, 3, 4; Monitor 3; Pep Squad 2; Senior Play 4; Student Council 4; Willard Club 3, 4. ROBERT HENRY GORETTI " A joke, a laugh, and a sincere heart. " If you walk into a class that is in hysterics, chances are you ' ll find Bob in the midst of it. He ' s made many a dull class bright again with one of his witty remarks, or insistent arguments. We all hope his professors at Tech take it as well as Wachusett ' s teachers have. Football 2; Honor Roll 1, 3; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3; Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Softball 2; Intramural Volleyball 3; Physics Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4. ALAN MONROE GORMLY " To live long, it is necessary to live slowly. " This happy-go-lucky fellow is well known to all of us. His quick smile and pleasant personality are a familiar sight. With college in his future, we wish him the best of luck. Monitor 4; Yearbook Staff 4. KATHLEEN GOWELL " It is a friendly heart that has many friends. " Kathie is known for her cordiality to everyone. Jovial, fun-loving, generous, and warm¬ hearted, she is an example of the well-integrated personality. She has a lovely singing voice and we know she will succeed in a business career and in reaching her ultimate goal, radio. Bank Teller 1, 2, 4; Chorus I, 2, 3, 4; Drama Festival (Stag e Manager) 3; Future Home¬ makers of America 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Intramural Club 1; Junior Red Cross 1; Senior Play Cast 4; Thespian Society 3, 4. SUSAN GRAHAM " Quiet with a pleasant smile. " Sue ' s cheerful smile and her quiet way are known to everyone. One of our busiest girls, she always has much to do and it is all done well. With her readiness to help out at all times, her future as a teacher is insured. Bank teller 1, 2; Basketball Manager 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; French Club 2, 3, 4- Future Homemakers of America 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll 3; Intramural Club 2, 3; Monitor 3, 4; Office Helper 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Willard Club 3, 4. DEAN RANDALL GRAINGER " A gentleman makes no noise. " Randy is a good student, yet with his quiet manner you seldom know he ' s around. He ' s aspiring to be a doctor, and with these tools, we are sure he ' ll be a fine one. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3; Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN MARTIN GRANDIN " Men are judged by their actions but not by their words. " Johnny may seem quiet and unassuming, but beneath his charming exterior lies a little mischief. He is good natured and has the ability to get along with others. An ambitious guy with a pleasant personality, John will surely be a success in college. Class Colors Committee 4; Intramural Basketball 2; Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Monitor 4; Physics Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4. BARBARA GREEN " The only way to have a friend is to be one. " Her pleasant and airy conversation has made her well-liked by everyone. Her flirtatious personality and her winning smile are just two of Barbs ' assets. This attentive, vivacious, red-headed cheerleader has certainly kept up the school spirit. She also enjoys many sports outside of school, such as swimming, skating, and skiing. We are sure these four years will bud out into a bright future as a secretary for Barbs. Cheerleader 4; Girls ' Intramural Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 3. ELIZABETH ANN GUSTAFSON " A cheerful disposition is a gift of the gods. " Liz will always be recognized for her ready smile when spoken to and her ready blush when teased. Her love of a rip-roaring " discussion " in class will long be remembered by her classmates. Echo Staff 4; French Club 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Club 2, 4; Monitor 4; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Willard Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4. PAUL RICHARD HAGUE " Deeds, not words. " Paul came to Wachusett after two years at North in Worcester. Since then he has been helpful in many activities. He is hoping that his interest in the Chemistry Club will lead to an occupation. North High School (Worcester) 1, 2; Chemistry Club 4; Intramural Volleyball 3; Monitor 4; Senior Play 4. HOWARD ARTHUR HAMMOND " Quiet paths are mine. " Howie is not one of our loud Seniors. However, those who know him best recognize a fun-loving nature and sense of humor. Among his many interests are raising pigeons and tinkering with cars. The future is sure to hold happiness for a boy of his qualities. JOSEPHINE VIOLA HANEY " She lives in peace with all mankind. " I heard a laugh, I saw a crow, who did I find? No one but Jo. Friendship seems to be her companion, as she is everyone ' s pal. Making friends is easy, but keeping them is a virtue. Her pleasing nature and jovial smile are assets everyone desires. Intramural Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Romanum Forum 1, 2; Monitor 3, 4; Senior Play; Spanish Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Willard Club 4. LILLIAN GERTRUDE HASKINS " Friendship! mysterious cement of the soul! Sweetener of life! and solder of society! " Lilly, who is friendly and amiable, makes the sad heart gay by a friendly smile and a few kind words. What a friendly person like her can do for a depressed fellow student is a wonder. We hope luck will be on her side in whatever she does. 19 CHARLES WARD HENSON " Nothing succeeds like success. " How can one brain hold so much knowledge? Ward is truly one of our best scholars. Well-known for his sense of humor and sincerity, he has become a prominent figure in Wachusett social life. His athletic ability has made him an outstanding center on our football team. He plans to enter college next year followed by graduate school, in preparation for a career in scientific research or teaching college mathematics. Band 1; Basketball 3; Class Cabinet 1. 2. 3, 4; Echo Staff 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Club 2, 3. 4 (Treasurer 4); Junior Play 3; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff (Co-Editor) 4. HENRY FRANKLIN HILLER III " Plays the game well and knows the limit, and still gets all the fun there ' s in it. " A sports enthusiast with a friendly disposition. Hank has won the admiration of his classmates. In the winter he ' s our capable basketball star, and in the spring he ' s on guard at first base. Another love of his is that crazy jeep! Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Intramural Club 3, 4; Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. CHARLES ALFRED HINTLIAN " It is better to be seen and not heard. " Fred is one of the qu : eter members of the class of ' 58. He ' s also the one who loves to annoy his teachers by falling asleep during a lecture. As an earnest, easy-going fellow, he will succeed in whatever career he chooses, providing he can keep awake at college. BARBARA JOAN HODGMAN " Sophistication and charm are seldom found together but we have found an exception. " Want some ideas on having fun or getting in trouble? Ask Bobbie. Underneath her somewhat quiet exterior, lies a mis-hievous heart. Her flirtatious manner and charm with the boys will lead her to have many dates in her college life. Chorus 1; Junior Prom Committee 3; Monitor 3, 4; Pep Squad 2; Senior Play 4. DONALD WILLIAM HOLMES " All are presumed good, till they are found in a fault. " Don is a blond with sharp blue eyes that sparkle. He is quiet and carefree but always has a " hello " for everyone. If you ever need any data on cars, Don is the one to see. His interests are electronics and mechanics, and we know he will succeed in a technical school and the Air Force. JAMES FRANCIS HOLMES " A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men. " Jim is one of the boys who is quiet inside school. However, just get him away from the classroom and he really comes to life. He ' s a riot at a party. This future Navy man has quite a flare for cars. Intramural Basketball 2, 3; Intramural Football 3; Intramural Volleyball 3. ROBERT GORDON HOLMES " He may look serious and he may look shy, but he ' s full of fun, twixt you and I. " Bob ' s smile has brightened many a rainy day for us. irs are one of his specialties and he could discuss them anytime of day, especially during class! We wish him luck in the future. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT JOHN HOLOPAINEN " Seldom seen; seldom heard. " Bob, distinguished bv his quietness, nevertheless is friendly, polite and humorous. The Air Force is included in his plans for the future, but no matter what he does, we know he will succeed. 20 RICHARD CLARE HOLT " The farmers are founders of civilization and prosperity. " Dick, a farmer through and through, is well-known for his sense of humor. With his ambition and well-conceived plans, we feel sure that he will be a successful agriculturist. Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3, 4. LEE HOOPER " do not do what I ought to do, what I ought not to do, I do. " Who did that? Of course, it ' s Lee. We can always depend on Lee for some mischief. But the tall, lanky, brown-eyed fellow is not always devilish, he has his serious moments. The best of luck to you, Lee, in the Air Force. Gym Leader Corps 1, 2, 3, 4. JEROLD PETER HUBBARD " He jests at scars that never felt a wound. " Jerold is always there when you need him. A more dependable and reliable person you Can ' t find anywhere. This is a quality which everyone who knows him admires. French Club 2, 4; Spanish 3, 4; Honor Roll 3; Senior Play (Cast) 4. BARBARA LOUISE HUTCHINS " A deal of devilment lurks behind those quiet eyes. " Hutch ' s easy-going manner and her persuasive way go hand-in-hand. She has a keen sense of humor which keeps her ever alert to utter a witty remark at the precise moment. We can ' t help feeling that her future will be a bright one. Honor Roll 1, 2, 4; Intramural Club 3, 4; Jun : or Prom Committee 3; Majorette 3; Monitor 4; Pep Squad 2; Senior Play Committee 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Yearbook Staff 4. JUDITH MAE JACQUES " The twinkle in her eye, the sparkle in her smile—a winning combination. " Judy has a smile for everyone and a manner that makes friends for her so easily. She likes sports, especially basketball, and is good in all of them. She has a flair for art, and enjoys designing. We ' re sure she ' ll do well in the commercial career that she has planned. Majorettes 1, 2, 3. RAYMOND PHILIP JASEN " True worth cannot be overlooked. " Ray is a very active member of our class, both scholastically and socially. His good humor and tact come through to all who know him. We know he will succeed in the future. Christmas Play 1, 2; Junior Play 3; Monitor 4; Physics Club 4; Senior Play 4. RONALD JOSEPH JATRINSKI " Never in a hurry, never has a care. " Between periods, during periods, or even after school you would be likely to see Ronnie wandering through the corridors with his unhurried, singular gait. Always ready to express his opinion on any subject, Ronnie ' s carefree, devil-may-care, always-good-for-a-laugh attitude comes forth. Intramural Club 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4. EDWARD GEORGE JEFFREY " He hath a daily beauty in his life. " Jeff, who may be considered quiet by some, has a lot of the devil within, and look out when it escapes. With h ; s pleasant and co-operative manner, we know he ' ll do well in his position in the Jeffrey Gas and Fuel Company. But before he tries that, off he goes to the Navy. Football 1; Basketball 1. 21 JEAN ANN JOHNSON " A quiet girl is she, but quite a girl we all agree. " " Jeanie " has the knack of getting along with others and is always around when needed. She has a special interest at Renssalaer College. Her ability to do well in whatever she undertakes assures us she will be a success as an X-ray technician. Football Refreshment Stand 4; Honor Roll 3; Intramural Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Play 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Pep Squad 2; Senior Play 4; Willard Club 4. MARILYN LOUISE JOHNSON " She ' s short and neat, cute and sweet. " Marilyn is a " pert and pretty miss " Johnny, as her friends call her, can usually be found riding in a black convertible. Next to that, she loves to dance best. Echo Staff 4; Future Homemakers of America 4; Guidance Worker 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Monitor 3; Senior Prom Committee 4. HI NORMAN LEE JONES JR. " I am sure care is an enemy to life. " Jovial, carefree, full of fun—that ' s Jonesy! He ' s always there with a smile and the latest joke. His sense of humor, his loyalty to friends, and his ability to work hard and succeed, we feel will make him a success in whatever he chooses to do. Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM FRANK KAMINSKI " Unmoved by the wiles of women. " Bill cares not for the whimperinqs and wiles of the opposite sex. He enjoys hunting and fishing and is an asset to the football squad. We wish him a successful future. Football 3, 4. JOSEPH FRANCIS KAPULKA JR. " Fond of sports and pleasures too. " Joe uses his bashful technique to win his dates with girls. He is " one of the boys " endowed with abilities to play football, basketball, and baseball. With his shy, friendly smile and extraordinary athletic abilities, he is an asset to our class. North High School (Worcester) 1; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Football 4; Monitor 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. SARA KELTON " This girl is a volume—if you know how to read her. " Versatile, intelligent, friendly, a warm smile for all. These are just a few of her many fine qualities. A willingness to help others and a cooperative spirit will help her on the hard road of nursing. Band 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2, 3; Chemistry Club 4; Concerts 2, 4; Editor of Spanish Newspaper 4; High Honors 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Award 1, 2; Latin Club 2; Music Festival 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Song Committee 4; Spanish Club 3, 4. PHYLLIS MARIE JOHNSON " Like a babbling brook she chatters on forever. " Phyl—that ' s the girl with the blond pony tail! She is one of our pretty ma ' orettes who add something to our athletic events. Can she laugh? You bet. Does she blush? Just ask her and you ' ll find out! Chorus 1; Christmas Play 2; Glee Club 2; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Intramural Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Majorette 3, 4; Monitor 3; Pep Squad 2; Senior Play 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Willard Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4. KENNETH HORACE JOHNSTONE JR. " In arguing, too, this person showed his skill, for even though vanquished he would argue still. " Beneath that stern exterior lies a many-faceted personality. In contrast to Ken ' s lanquid manner is his calm, realistic approach and active mind, which contributes to his argumentative faculties. Combine with the aforesaid a bit of devilment and an ironical sense of humor, and the character which has given many a teacher a gray hair is revealed. Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 2; Freshman Cabinet 1; Football 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Cabinet 3; Sophomore Cabinet 2; Span : sh Club 4 (Vice President 4); Student Council 1, 4 (President 4); Varsity Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4. ' ■ V , 22 .»V- ■ ROBERT EDWARD LaFONTAINE " They accomplish much who diligently toil. " Bob is a new addition to our class this year, and a fine addition, also. An active mind and friendly personality are just a few of his many outstanding assets. Commerce High, Worcester, Mass. 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM LIONETTE LANE " Skillful in each manly sport. " Bill ' s popularity is shown by his having been elected to serve his fellow students in some capacity every year. His interests are varied; he has done everything from acting to playing football. Class President 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 4; Gym Leader Corp 3; Jurror Prom Committee 3; Monitor 3, 4; Senior Cabinet 4; Senior Play 4; Student Council 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4. DOROTHY ANN KOWALCZYK " A jolly girl, a live wire, the kind of which you never tire. " Hear that ripple of laughter? There ' s " Dottie " right in the middle of it. " Dot " enjoys dancing, skating and basketball, but has a serious side, also, and we know she will succeed in her choice of office work. Chorus 1; Echo Staff 4; Intramural Club 1, 2; Monitor 3, 4; Senior Play 4. CATHERINE AGNES KRISTOFF " Whate ' er she touches brings success, reward of her ability. " When there’s a job to be done, Cathy can always be counted on to do it well. She has received excellent marks for four years and has been an active participant in many sports. Her main interest seems to be in science where she is very capable and has won several prizes. Her plans for the future include college and a tentative medical career. Basketball 2; Biology Club 2; Chemistry Club 3, 4 (vice-president 3, President 4); Chemistry Lab Assistant 4; Chorus 4; Echo Staff 4; Glee Club 4; Hockey 2, 3; Intramural Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Science Fair Winner 3; Varsity Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4. RICHARD HECTOR LABOSSIERE " Politeness goes far, yet costs nothing. " Here ' s a quiet fellow, but don ' t sell him short; he is a fine athlete and has a pleasing personality. Dick ' s interests in athletics should serve him well in his vocation connected with the great outdoors. Football 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 2, 3, 4; Monitor 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. LESLIE RICHARD LaCOUNT " He has achieved success who has lived well and laughed often. " Dick ' s personality enables him to get along well with everyone. His sense of humor never lets an opportunity for a good laugh slip by. His prized possession—a black and white Ford. Biology Club 2; Intramural Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Spanish Club 2. JOANNE LOUISA KEMP " I ' ve taken my fun where I ' ve found it. " Jo is an amiable, fun-loving girl. She finds life a thing which shouldn ' t be taken too seriously. Small in stature but not in worth, Jo ' s quick smile will always be welcome wherever she is. Honor Roll 3; Monitor 3, 4; Pep Squad 1; Senior Prom Committee 4; Spanish Club. BRUCE WOODBURY KINGDON " Here is an athlete right from the start, a regular sport who does his part. " Bruce is an outstanding athlete who excelled in every sport in which he participated. Although he is quiet, he is well-liked and well-known. His clean-cut appearance and ways will lead him to success. Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 3, 4; Football 2. 3, 4; Intramural Club 3, 4, (President 4); Monitor 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; Track 3; Varsity Club 3, 4 (President 4). ROGER GUSTAF LINDFORS " What would you do on the day of punishment? " During our junior and sen ; or years, Gus has contributed outstandingly to our football team. His sense of humor and his happy-go-lucky manner make him well known. He ' s the life of the party, especially our Senior Party. Future plans? U. S. Air Force and the Massachusetts State Police Force. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain 4); Intramural Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. JOHN BRADLEY LINDQUIST " By the work one knows the workman. " John is a non-conformist with his Presley-type haircut, but a good student as evidenced by his consistency to make the honor roll. He is a fine math and science student which will surely help him in the future. Gym Leader Corps 2, 3; Honor Roll 1, 3, 4. JANICE EDITH LUNDIN " Her red hair is but a crown of glory. " Underneath that sparkling, red hair you ' ll find Jan. She is good-natured, thoughtful, and a friend to all. She always has a kind word for everyone. With her ability and delightful manner, we know she ' ll make an excellent secretary. Basketball 3; Chorus 1; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Intramural Club 1, 2: National Honor Society 3, 4; Pep Sguad 2; Yearbook Staff 4. NANCY LYMAN " Here ' s a maiden without pretense, blessed with reason and common sense. " Nan is always ready for fun and interested in many sports. She has been a great helD to the hockey team for the past two years as manager. Her winning smile and amiability will be important assets in her chosen career, elementary teaching. Best wishes from all of us for a happy and successful future. Hockey Manager 3, 4; Intramural Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Cabinet 3; National Thespian Society 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Willard Club 4. LINDA LOU LANPHER " Laugh, and the world laughs with you; cry, and you cry alone. " Linda is the type of person who laughs with you, not at you. Quick, guiet, and cute she is. A more likable person you cannot find. Good luck will assuredly be hers. Lamoille Central Academy 1; Basketball 1; Glee Club; Monitor 4; Senior Prom Committee; Soccer 1; Softball 1; Skylark Staff 1. DAVID PAUL LANTZ " Never in a hurry, never has a care. " Dave ' s reserved and unassuming manner should help him in his aspiration to become a minister. Dave shows considerable skill in h ' s two loves—guns and hot rods. He customized his own car which possibly could lead to another vocation. Glee Club 1. JOYCE EVELYN LARSON " Nothing was ever achieved without enthusiasm. " Joyce has an innate athletic ability which she displays both on the hockey field and basketball court. Her loveliest asset is her strawberry blonde hair. On Joyce the blush is beautiful but embarrassing—she turns the brightest red! A collegiate dresser with many friends, Joyce will undoubtedly succeed in the field of physical education. Athletic Council 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, (Co-Captain 3); Football Refreshment Stand 4; French Club 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Varsity Club 3, 4 (Vice President 4); Willard Club 3, 4 (Program Chairman 3); Yearbook Staff 4. DAVID PAUL LINDBERG " I do not what I ought to do; What I ought not to do, I do. " Dave has a natural talent for mischief. He also has a way of talking his way out of dilemmas. He has one of the friendliest personalities and is liked by all. We wish him the best of luck in the future. Biology Club 2; Intramural Club 3, 4. GAIL ANN McGUIRE " A heart full of cheer makes a face full of sunshine. " Although Gail is small, she has a heart that is large and overflowing with friendliness. She is pleasant to talk to and always eager to listen. She is sure to succeed with her fine qualities. Chorus 1; Honor Roil 1; Senior Play 4. NANCY ELEN MAENPAA " It ' s a friendly heart that has plenty of friends. " Nan, whom we remember as Queen of the Junior Prom, will gain many lasting friends wherever she goes. She is one of the best-liked and best-known girls in our class. With her enduring smile and pleasing personality, her future holds great promise. Echo Staff 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Club 1, 2, 3; Junior Cabinet 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Monitor 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Yearbook Staff 4. JUDITH ARLENE MAIN " Keep your face always toward the sunshine and the shadows will fall behind you. " Judy ' s sunny personality and affable ways are easily recognized and loved by all. Her graciousness and courtesy reflect her high ideals. Her readiness to offer suggestions and to lend a helping hand are assets to any group. Judy is going to be one of the first to enter the career of homemaking. Future Homemakers of America 4 (President); Intramural Club 4; Monitor 4. MARILYN JOYCE MAIN " There ' s music in her heart. " Hear that squeaky clarinet? That ' s Marilyn, a loyal and talented band member. Hard working, with a winning smile, Marilyn is truly a worthwhile friend. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; Concerts 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Band 1; Basketball 1, 2; Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROL ELAINE MAJEWSKI " A capable athlete with a friendly smile, known especially for her witty style. " Carol, an outstanding athlete with a terrific personality, is a nice person to have around. Her keen imagination and good sense of humor are enjoyed by all. Her favorite pastime is arguing with teachers and talking about Stanley. A popular girl and a natural leader, Carol will surely be as successful in college as she was here. Athletic Council 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain 3); Chemistry Club 4; Football Refreshment Stand 4; French Club 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain 4); Honor Roll 3; Intramural Club 2, 3, 4 (President 3); Junior Play 3; Jun : or Prom Committee 3; Monitor 3, 4; Romanum Forum 1, 2; Senior Play 4; Varsity Club 3, 4 (President 4); Willard Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4. CLIFFORD MAKI " Demure and quiet is he at school, but what is he away from the rule? " Cliffy is a sports enthusiast and has always supported our school teams. He has a very friendly smile and is an eager listener. We wish him the best of luck in the future. Football 4. EDWARD MANLEY " School? I guess it is a necessary evil. " Wham! There goes that baseball again, and there ' s Eddie in the outfield ready to catch it. His outstanding ability in baseball has made him an asset to our team. Baseball 2. 3, 4. JON MARDEN " You come late, yet you come. " Jon came to us this year after deciding to complete his high school education. Thus for he is undecided as to what he will do after graduating, but it is certain that his flashing personality will acclaim in whatever he chooses. 25 ROBERT EARL MARSH " We grant, although he had much wit, he was very shy of using it. " Bobby is another quiet member of our class whom we all know by his smile and friendly ways. A sharp dresser with a polite manner, he likes to hunt deer and not always on his " free " time. Intramural Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY ANNE MARTELLI " With so much pep this girl so fair has given teachers many a grey hair. " Everyone knows Mary. She has been one of the more devilish stars in our little firmament. Her jovial manner and resounding voice have carried her happily through the past four years. We are sure they will continue to do so long after she leaves. Basketball 2, 3; Basketball Manager 1; Future Homemakers of America 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 2; Intramural Club 1, 2, 3; Pep Squad 2; Varsity Club 4. DOROTHY ELIZABETH MAYO " The joy of youth and health her eyes displayed, the ease of heart her every look conveyed. " Vivacious, intelligent, athletic—that ' s our Dottie! A loyal and understanding friend to everyone, she has won a place in the hearts of all. Her enthusiastic cheerleading has been a boon to our school spirit. Her rosy future holds college and perhaps a medical career. She II be successful in whatever she does. Basketball 2, 3, 4 (J. V. Co-Captain 2); Cheerleader 4; Class Treasurer 4; Echo Staff 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain 4); Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Club 1 2 3, 4 (Secretary 2); Junior Prom Committee 3; Monitor 3; Senior Cabinet 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Student Council 2, 3 (Secretary 3); Varsity Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. EDWARD G. MIGDELANY JR. " What care I when I can rest, kill time, and take life at its best? " There goes Teddy in his prize possess ' on, his car. Much of his time is spent on it. When you think of Teddy, you think of a devilish, sparkling, personality, and a sense of humor. A good friend and a hard worker. Football 1; Gym Leader Corps 2, 3, 4. WESTON PAUL MILLER " He makes hay while the sun shines. " Wes will be remembered by his pleasant smile and impish ways. Though quiet at times, he ' s quite the boy with girls. He ' s a hard worker at farming and we know he ' ll succeed in whatever profession he decides upon. MILES MOONEY JR. " Good at work, better at play, willing to talk with girls all day. " Bill, cute and quiet, is always ready to help. His warm, friendly smile and quick " hello " would brighten any day. With his sense of humor and his love of a good time. Bill is able to join the fun of any group. His affectionate ways will help him to succeed in anything he attempts. Football Concession Stand 4. SANDRA ANNE MOREY " So quiet and yet so full of life. " Where there ' s music and art, there is Sandy. It ' s her favorite pastime. She has added a lot to the school through dramatics, art work, and her willingness to help on many committees. She also has the ambition to be a teacher and we wish her the best of luck. Cap and Gown Committee 4; French Club 3, 4; Honor Roll 3; National Thespian Society 3, 4 (Vice President); Romanum Forum 1, 2, 3; Senior Play Committee 4; Willard Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4. PAUL HOWLAND MORRIS " He has achieved success who has lived well and laughed often. " Paul ' s friendliness and willingness to help others make him known to many. His radio and television enthusiasm will help him on the road ahead. Barnstable High, Hyannis 1; Lawrence High, Falmouth 2; Audio Visual Staff 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Biology Club 2; Chefs Class 2; Construction Class 2; Dance Bond 2; Freshman Play 1; Geography Club 1; Monitor 1, 2; Science Club 2; Sophomore Prom Committee 2; Senior Play (Stage Manager) 4; Yearbook Staff 4. ■ PATRICIA ANN MURRAY " As merry as the day is long. " The old saying, " Good things come in small packages, " certainly applies to Pat. She ' s ambitious, reliable, unselfish, and a loyal friend. With her marvelous flair for writing we know she will succe ed in journalism. Christmas Play 1; Echo Staff 3; Freshman Cabinet 1; Honor Roll 1, 2, 4; Intramural Club 1, 2, 3; Romanum Forum 2; Senior Play Cast 4; Yearbook Staff (Literary Editor) 4. SANDRA LEE NISI " A jewel is small, but very precious. " Sandy is petite, sweet, and studious. She possesses a grand smile, lots of vim, and a soft, friendly voice. During her Senior year, she was captain of the cheerleaders. Her quiet appear¬ ance and feminine ways will win her many friends at Becker Junior College. Chairman of Social Activities 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Echo Staff 4; Future Homemakers of America 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Monitor 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Student Council 4 (Vice President). JEAN EDLA NORDQUIST " The twinkle in her eye, the sparkle in her smile—a winning combination. " Nicknames usually don ' t mean a thing, but Jean ' s suits her to a " T " . " Buttons " is the type of person who is a friend to everyone. Smiling is an art that seems to come easy to her. She always seems to have a warm smile to greet you. " Buttons " wants to go into nursing, and we all wish her the best of luck. Class Secretary 1; Drama Festival 3; Echo Staff 2; French Club 3, 4 (Vice President 4); Honor Roll 1, 3; Intramural Club 2, 3, 4; National Thespian Society 3, 4; Monitor 3; Romanum Forum 2; Senior Play 4; Spanish Club 3; Student Council 2, 4; Willard Club 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Yearbook Staff 4. SANDRA LEE NORQUIST " For she was the quiet kind whose nature never varies. " It is part of Sandy ' s nature to be quiet and undemonstrative. She is rarely the first to speak on a subject but comes up with the right answer at the right time. Sandy loves to dance which is easily detected by a look at her flashy dance steps. She ' s sure to excel in anything she attempts throughout the years. Future Homemakers of America 4; Monitor 4; Senior Play 4. PHYLLIS ANN NORTHRUP " Because to laugh is proper to me. " Sweet, fun-loving, and hospitable is Phil. Always ready to lend a helping hand to anyone, and always ready to laugh, she is a person well worth knowing. Success will surely find her. Future Homemakers of America 4 (Treasurer 4); Senior Play Committee 4. CAROL MARIE NORTON " A bit of devilment lies beneath her mild exterior. " You first receive the impression that Carol is a quiet, suave, and efficient business woman-to-be. This is a perfectly true analysis with but one exception. When Carol is with Judy, they lose themselves in animated conversation about such things as the " stock market " and " fishing " , as best friends do. With her competence and capability, Carol is assured a successful career as a secretary or stenographer. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Romanum Forum 2. JAY ERNEST NYSTROM " I prefer silent prudence to loquacious folly. " Jay is a quiet and easy-going classmate. He likes hunting and enjoys competitive swimming. Plans for the future include agricultural college in the hopes that he ' ll some day own his own farm. Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3, 4. DIANE MARIE O ' BRIEN " With eyes like stars. " Diane, with her shining blue eyes, is always a welcome sight at any time of the day. Her polite manner and pleasing voice have won her many friends since she came to us in her sophomore year. Diane plans to enter the world of clerical work after graduating. We are sure that she will win her employer ' s favor as much as she has won ours. St. Gregory ' s High School, (Dorchester, Mass.) 1; Future Homemakers of America 4; Guidance office helper 4; Monitor 3; Senior Play Committee 4. 27 I MARGARET LIT A O ' DAY " A youth, lighted-hearted and content. " Peggy, with her pleasant smile and affable ways, is quick to make new friends. With her love of a good time, Peggy is able to join the fun of any group. Possessing these qualities, she is certain to succeed in her future career at the telephone company. Ascension High 1, 2 (Worcester, Mass.); Future Homemakers of America 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Intramural Club 3, 4; Monitor 4. JUDITH MARGARET O ' HEARN " Then she will talk. Ye gods, how she will talk. " One may usually find Judy with Carol Norton discussing " current events " as many inseparable friends commonly do. Judy also has been gifted with the art of animation and has never been at a loss for words. She possesses quick wit, persistent vitality, and noteworthy ambitions. With these assets Judy is certain to excel in her chosen career. Intramural Club 2; Monitor 4. BERYL MARIE PEARSON " A witty woman is a treasure; a witty beauty is a power. " Beryl ' s mischievous and fun-loving ways make her well-known. Her winning personality and her ability to get along with everyone make her well-liked. Beryl spends most of her time with our football quarterback, Gus. We wish Beryl the best of luck in nurse ' s training. Basketball Manager 1; Echo Staff 4; French Club 4; Honor Roll 1, 3, 4; Jun’or Cabinet 3; Intramural Club 2, 3, 4; Jun : or Play Committee 3; Jun : or Prom Committee 3; Latin Club 2; Majorette 3, 4; Monitor 4; Pep Squad 2; Senior Play 4; Willard Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4. RICHARD ALLEN PEESO " For every why he had a wherefore. " I say there, Dick, you must have an answer for that. His clever and timely remarks have left many a class in an uproar of laughter. But even with this bit of devilry, he still gets good marks and especially shines in mathematics. Intramurol Basketball 2, 3; Intramural Football 3; Intramural Volleyball 3; Intramural Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee 4. EDWARD LEO PARADY " I ' m no angel. " Fun-loving Eddie is the bright spark in every class. He always speaks his mind and usually has to pay the consequences. After talking, sports and teasing girls are his main hobbies. Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Intramural Football 2; Monitor 4. LOIS ANN PARKER " Angels are painted fair to look like you. " Friendly and pleasant, Lo has been a busy girl these last four years. Her dramatic ability in our Senior Play will not be forgotten. Always looking on the sunnv side of things, Lo has lots of school spirit which she displayed as a majorette. Her ability to get along with everyone will make her a success in college. Chorus 1, 2; Christmas Play 1, 2; Class Secretary 4; French Club 4; Freshman Cabinet 1; Honor Roll 1, 3; Intramural Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Play 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Majorette 2, 3, 4; National Thespian Society 3, 4; Pep Squad 2; Senior Cabinet 4; Senior Play 4; Ski Club 4; Willard Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4. ROBERT ARTHUR PEESO " Always ready, always there. " Bob, the other half of the identical twins, follows suite with a good personality and a pleasant smile. Always there when you need him, we know he will succeed with flying colors in whatever career he decides upon. Intramural Football 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 2, 3; Senior Prom Committee 4. GAIL ELIZABETH PHILLIPS " A maiden sweet, yet self-possessed. " Gail ' s affable smile and amicable ways are well-known and well-liked by all. She is sincere, reliable, and has the ability to get along with everyone. Always wilbna to help anyone with a problem, she finds great pleasure and satisfaction in doing this. With these fine qualities, Gail is certain to be an outstanding teacher. French Club 2, 3, 4; (Secretary 3); Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Intramural Club 2, 3, 4; Jun ' or Play (Stage Manager) 3; Jun : or Prom Committee 3; Latin Merit Award 2; Nat : onnl Honor Society 3, 4; Pep Squad 2; Senior Play 4; Willard Club 3, 4 (President 4); Yearbook Staff 4. PHILIP DELANO RAND " High in height, high in mind, a friend like him is hard to find. " Phil is known as the tall boy with the tuba. His fun, friendliness, and vibrant personality all make him a much souaht after fellow. Phil ' s plans for the future are as a conservationist or a ranger. We know he ' ll succeed. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Photography Club 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Ski Club 4. PAUL ARTHUR RASKU " I like work; it fascinates me. I could sit and watch it for hours. " Carefree, happy, and amusing. That ' s Paul! His dry humor and ready wit are welcomed wherever he goes. His willingness to lend a helping hand, his quick smile, and his light disposition are very familiar to us. Paul plans to join the Air Force, and we feel sure he will succeed. Monitor 4. GAIL PRICE " Her ways are ways of pleasantness and all her paths are peace. " With her smiling blue eyes, Gail has probably done more things and won more friends than anyone else. Because of her cautious manner and competent ways, she can be depended on by everyone. We are sure she will have every success she deserves. Badminton Champion 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Play 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; Girls ' Intramural Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls ' State Representative 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Romanum Forum 2; Senior Play 1; Ski Club 4; Varsity Club 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Yearbook Staff 4. JOHN DICKERMAN PROCTOR " Youth comes but once in a lifetime. " John was voted the tallest boy in our class. Well known for his unusual sense of humor, he is able to join in the fun of any group. His outstanding quality is that he is always willing to help others without a question,, and it is this quality that will lead him to success. Football Concession Stand 4; Senior Play 4. CAROL ANN PRUE " In silence there ' s a worth that bears no risk. " Carol came to us in her junior year. In the morning she may be found in Mr. Bowes ' Art class, and she is not without talent, by any means. Her work, with CAP on the lower edge, Is always in evidence around the school. We know she will achieve great things in her future in clerical work. Natick High 1, 2; Miami Edison High 3; Intramural Club 3; Monitor 3; Yearbook Staff 4. RHODA RABINOW " Innocence in genius and candor in power are both noble qualities. " Rhoda is one of the sweetest and pleasantest girls in our class. She always has a kind word for everyone. Although basically quiet, her frolicking nature will be remembered by her many friends. Biology Club 2; Chemistry Club 3; Christmas Chorus 2; Honor Roll 1, 2; Monitor 4; National Thespian Society 3, 4;. Senior Play 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. GAIL ANN PRENTICE " Anything that is worth doing is worth doing well. " A new trend in styles, a new idea? Who ' s responsible? Why, Gail, of course! Her cordial interest in people, her winning smile, and her warm personality make her liked and admired by everyone. We are sure that she will certainly be a success in her chosen career of fashion retailing and design. Echo Staff 1, 2 (Art Editor 2); High Honors 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Photography Club 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Sen or Play 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Spanish Newspaper Staff 4; Willard Club 4; Yearbook Staff (Art Editor) 4. ROBERT LOUIS POOLE " He loved Art in a seemly woy, with an earnest soul and a capital A. " There ' s no doubt about Bob ' s success. Friendly, loquacious, with a flair for the artistic— that ' s Bob through and through. Chorus 2, 3, 4; Echo Staff 1, 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Yearbook Staff 4. RICHARD DONALD RUSDEN JR. " To know him is to like him. " Dick is a reserved guy, but is always willing to lend a helping hand. He is a real terror in h ' S sports car. Dick is also a great ski enthusiast. We know he will get along fine at prep school. Ski Club 4; Spanish Club 3. ELIZABETH LEAH ROBBINS " A carefree, jovial way she had. " Betty loves to talk and loves to laugh. How much happier can a person be? For those who know her, there ' s never a dull moment. Those who don ' t know her are missing out. With this slant on life, she is sure to succeed. Honor Roll 1; Intramural Club 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Spanish Newspaper 4. FRANCIS PATRICK ROGERS " His quick wit is enjoyed by all who know him. " Frank is the cutest boy in our class; little does he know that he breaks the heart of many a girl. He is affectionately called " Pancho " by his friends. Our school day would not be complete without his warm sense of humor and his love of a good time. Class Vice-President 2; Football 1; Gym Leader Corps 3, 4; Intramural Club 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 3; Spanish Club 3, 4. LOIS ANN RUGGLES " Happy, merry, full of fun, known and loved by everyone. " Rug, one of our most popular girls, always has a ready smile and helping hand for all. Always as " busy as a bee, " Rug still has time for those enjoyable college week-ends. Her interests include sports, especially hockey. An outstanding student and leader, she is sure to have a successful future. Class Vice-President 1; French Club 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3); Football Refreshment Stand 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 (J. V. Co-Captain 2); Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Play 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Cast 4; Student Council 2, 3 (Treasurer); Varsity Club 3, 4; Willard Club 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Yearbook Staff 4 (Co-Editor in Chief); Senior Prom Committee 4. HENRY FRANCIS RAYMOND " A wink and a sly grin. " " Spike ' s " continual good humor and sly remarks are well expressed by the roguish expression never missing from his face. Unusual, indeed, will be the day when he is completely serious. His genial nature will always be welcome in any group. Football 1, 2; Intramural Club 2, 3, 4; Monitor 3, 4. PATRICIA JOYCE REDFIELD " Her ways are those of pleasantness. " Pat ' s warm, out-going personality is known and welcomed by all. Her cheery smile, her generosity, and her sincere interest in people make her a welcome addition to any group. These qualities, along with her reliability and trustworthiness, are sure to make her a success as a nurse. Audio-Visual Staff 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Christmas Gl ee Club 3, 4; Class Song Committee 4; Concerts 2, 3, 4; Echo Staff 4; Field Hockey 1; German Band 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Intramural Club 2; Junior Band 1; Jun : or Prom 3; Junior Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 2 (President); Monitor 4; Music Festivals 1, 2, 3, 4; Photography Club 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Science Club 2; Senior Play 4; Talent Show 2; Yearbook Staff 4. SALLY ANN ROSE " Her air is not more sunny than her heart. " Anyone mention music? Sal is the expert on that. Perhaps the most talented member of the class, our Sally spends a great deal of her time practicing her piano and organ. Music ' s not her only ability; she also shines in art. Sally hopes to ma : or in organ and choir directing at Westminster Choir College. It will not surprise us to find that Sally has attained her goal in the future years. Christmas Play 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Concert 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Intramural Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Monitor 4; Pep Squad 2; Senior Play 4; Spanish Club 3; Talent Show 2, 3; Willard Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior 4; Senior Prom Committee. CONSTANCE ANN RUCHALA " A merry heart makes a cheerful countenance. " We all know Connie for her continual cheerfulness and her cordiality toward all. Her sunny smile, her generous nature, and her helping hand will make her a wonderful nurse. We v envy her future patients. Future Homemakers of America 4; Guidance Worker 4; Intramural Club 2, 4; Library Club 2, 3, 4; Monitor 4; Senior Play 4. KATHARINE ANN SIMONDS " She is witty, gay, and clever, yet scorns not high endeavor. " Kathy has always been one of the most popular girls in the class and it is not hard to see why. Our French and F. T. A. clubs have recognized her leadership abilities and have put them to good use. We know that she will be a welcome contribution to the college campus that she will grace. Echo Staff 2, 3; Football Concession Stand 4; French Club 2, 3, 4 (Social Chairman 3, President 4); Freshman Cabinet 1; Flockey 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Intramural Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 3); Intramural Basketball Champion Team 3; Junior Play 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Monitor 3; Pep Squad 2; Senior Play 4; Ski Club 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4 (Program Committee 3, 4); Yearbook Staff 4. HELEN ALICE SJOBERG " It is better to be small and shine, than to be great and cast a shadow. " What was that little streak of lightening taking the basketball from between your legs? Why, of course, that was Helen. Helen is good in just about all sports, including horseback riding, swimming and badminton. She is a trustworthy friend, and there is always a laugh when she is around. Helen plans to become a secretary. Future Homemakers of America 4; Intramural Club 1, 2, 3, 4. JANE ELIZABETH SJOMAN " I love tranquil solitude and such society as is quiet, wise, and good. " Jane, with her pleasant smiles and witty ways, will have nothing but success and happiness. She always is willing to help those who don ' t find school work as easy as she. We know that she will be as helpful and generous after she leaves Wachusett. Camera Club 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Physics Club 4. BARBARA JO SLONGWHITE " There is nothing more powerful than silence. " " Quiet! Teacher ' s coming. " Barbara may be hearing that soon, for she hopes to enter a teachers ' college next year. If the pupils are as conscientious as the teacher, they will be gratifying to work with. Chemistry Club 3; Honor Roll 2; Latin Club 2; Science Club 2. A. DIANE SMITH " Nor know we anything so fair as the smile upon thy face. " Diane is one of the cutest girls in the Senior class. You start with the shining tresses of Delilah. Add just the right amount of kindness, charm and poise. Spice it with a little humor and you have a perfect co-ed. We know that all those little children will appreciate having such an attractive teacher. Cheerleader 4; French Club 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 4; Intramural Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Pep Squad 2; Romanum Forum 2; Senior Cabinet 4; Senior Play 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Sophomore Cabinet 2; Yearbook Staff 4. RUTH JOY SMITH " Her red hair is but a crown of glory. " Smitty is our comedienne, who loves her own jokes while the rest of us laugh politely. Full of the devil, she still has time to work hard and earnestly in her school activities. We wish her luck with her future pupils, hoping that they get along as well with their teacher as Ruth does with hers. Future Homemakers of America 4; Junior Pro m Committee 3; Pep Squad 2; Willard Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4. PRISCILLA A. ST. GEORGE " She ' s sunny in the dullest weather, her smile it seems to last forever. " Cil—her sunny disposition will always see her through. A live wire, friend to all, she has that certain something that attracts many friends, forever. Bubbling over with enthusiasm and mirth, she will certainly go far. South High 1, 2; Basketball 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Echo Staff 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 1, 2, 3; Concerts 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4. RONALD RAYMOND SCHOFIELD " A half score o ' lassies is never too many. " We all know Ron by his terrific personality and easy manner. He is one of our top football players and has helped pull us through many a tough spot. He plans to go into wild life supervision. So, as v.e send him off with the best of luck, one last thought. We know hunting is one of your favorite hobbies, but remember, it ' s four-legged animals you ' re after. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Gym Leader Corps 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Sophomore Cabinet 2; Track 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. SANDRA JEAN SORBLOM " She ' s first that which is neatest, sweetest and completest. " Sandy seems so quiet that her quick laugh surprises you. Whenever extra help is needed Sandy is there with her artistic abilities and vivid imagination to help make the project a success. We hope happiness and success will be her constant companions in the field of commercial art. Chorus 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Majorette 1, 2; Photography Club 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Yearbook Staff 4. ARTHUR JOHN SPENCER " Leisure is the mother of philosophy. " John, the tall boy with the western saunter, and quiet mien, is always willing to work hard to avo : d work. An unhurried, uncomplicated attitude toward life and its problems seems to be his philosophy. He will certainly have a successful career in the Navy. DAVID CHESTER STEWART " A man of few words but many thoughts. " Dave is the type of person you like to have as a friend. He enjoys participating in practically all sports and he excels in all that he does. His popularity among the students was shown when he was elected as the vice president of the Senior Class. A business administration course at the University of Massachusetts appears to be his next undertaking and we all wish him the best of luck. Basketball Manager 1, 2; Biology Club 2; Vice President 4; Chemistry Club 3; French Club 3; Honor Roll 1; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Monitor 4; Senior Play 4. PAUL ROWELL SUNDSTROM " Full of fun and fancy free. " " Midge " , small in size but always heard, has sent the class into gales of laughter on more than one occasion by his innocent but humorous questions. His wit and smile will be greatly missed. Basketball 1; Intramural Basketball, Football, and Volleyball 1, 2; Monitor 3. GEORGE HOWARD SWENSON " There ' s mischief in this man. " " Sonny " is quiet until you get to know him. He likes to fish, hunt, play hockey, and golf. He also enjoys parties. He is quite a whiz in school and does all right afterwards, too. He has made many friends in the past two years and we know he will be as successful in college. North High School 1, 2. GAILE JENNIE TAYLOR " When done by her it is well done. " R " ! le h-s t »»n of nreat a " : stan ' e to our class in the field of art. She is always willing to listen and help if she can. She contributed many an idea for our Junior Prom, along with hard hours of work. Gaile will be quite a success. Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee club 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Monitor 4; Photography Club 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Senior Prom 4; Willard Club 3, 4; Year Book Committee 4. HELEN DORIS MARIE THIBEAULT " In silence there ' s a worth that brings no risk. " Helen is one of the more sedate girls in our class. A tiny miss, she is kind and friendly to everyone. We all wish her success in her chosen career. Chorus 1; Senior Play Committee 4. HERVEY TURNER JR. " Creeping like snail, unwillingly to school. " Hervev is slow and easy-going, seemingly witho " t a care in the world. He loves to hunt and to fish. He ' s also a woman-hater from the word " go " ! Library Club 2, 3; Monitor 4. JUDITH SUSAN TUUKANEN " Personality, a gleaming smile, an active mind, a friend. " Short, cute, sweet, a bubbling laugh, o vivacious personality, are just a few of her qualities. Everyone will remember her deep blush, nice blue eyes, and her all round nice personality. We know she will succeed as a teacher. Band 2, 3; Cap Gown Committee 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Play Cho rus 2, 3; Concerts 2, 3; Jr. P.rom Committee 3; Sen : or Prom Committee 4; Future Homemakers of America 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Club 2; Latin Award 2; Latin Club 2; Library Club 2, 3, 4; Monitor 4; Music Festival 2, 3; Photography Club 4; Senior Play 4; Publicity Committee Jr. Play 3; Science Fair 2; Spanish Club 3, 4; Spanish Newspaper 4; Willard Club 4; Year Book Staff 4. ROSANNA VALENTINO " It ' s a friendly Heart that has plenty of friends. " Rosie ' s neatness of dress and pleasing smile draw you towards her. Her good nature and willingness to help have gained her many friends. She plans to become a secretary; we hope she gets a handsome boss. Echo Staff 4; Intramural Club 2, 3; Senior Play Committee 4. FREDERICK JOHN WADSWORTH " High, erected thoughts seated in the heart of courtesy. " Fred seems to be the quiet type, but when you get to know him, you find out that beneath that sober exterior there ' s a really live wire. Ambitious, loyal to his friends, trust¬ worthy and reliable, we feel sure he will succeed at college and beyond Honor Roll 1; Latin Club 2; Ski Club 4. ELAINE JANICE WALL " Personality, a gleaming smile, an active mind, a friend worth-while. " Elaine is one of the gifted few who does everything she attempts well. Shining forth through her serious manner is an attractive, healthy radiance. Wachusett ' s halls will long ring with the echoes of her gentle " achoo. " Basketball 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; (President 3); Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Intramural Club 2, 3, 4 (Program Chairman 2); Varsity Club 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Junior Play Cast 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; National Thespian Society 4, (President 4); Pep Squad 2; Senior Play (Cast) 4; Sen or Prom Committee 4; Yearbook 4, (Assistant Editor); Drama Festival 3; Football Concession Stand 4. WILLARD SCOTT WATERHOUSE " Happy am I, from care I ' m free, why aren ' t they all contented like me? " " Skip " is just plain happy to be able to enjoy the pleasantness about him. When he stretches out those long legs of his and leans back in his seat you know he ' s here to stay. But, at the same time, you can picture his legs propped on a business man ' s desk where they ' ll probably be some day. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2; Physics Club 4; Ski Club 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Track 1, 3, 4. DIANNE PRESCOTT WEBSTER " A good athlete, a true friend, her popularity will never end. " On the hockey field, on the gym floor, Webby is always there. She mav be small but she ' s dynamite with the ball in her possess : on. Sports is only one of her talents; she ioves to dance, she ' s a fine artist, and with the boys, she ' s a charmer. ' Retailing is her ambition and we know she will achieve her goal without trouble. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor 4; Senior Play 4; Ski Club 4; Varsity Club 4; Willard Club 3; Yearbook Staff 4. FAITH EVELINE WHEELER " It ' s nice to be natural, if you ' re naturally nice. " Faith is a good student with an outstanding personality. Because of her genial manner and var : ous interests she is well-liked by her classmates. She displays her athletic talents as the fullback on the hockey squad. A versatile leader with lots of energy. Faith will surely be a success in college. Band 1; Basketball 1; Freshman Cabinet 1; Hockey 2, 3, 4 (J. V. Co-Captain 2); Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Club 1, 2, 3, 4; (Treasurer 3); Jun : or Play 3; Monitor 3, 4; Pep Squad 2: Romanum Forum 1, 2; Sen : or Cabinet 4; Senior Plav 4; SoDhomore Cabinet 2; Spanish Club 3, 4; (President 4); Varsity Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4 (Assistant Editor) 4. BRIAN NEWELL WHITE " Never do today what can be put off until tomorrow. " Althouqh unobtrusive and unassunvng, Brian seems to have a knack for getting into trouble without even tryinq. Perhaps it ' s because people, especially teachers, can ' t miss that dusty-red hair. The generally good judgment and self-control which governs his character will undoubtedly guide him through his career in the Navy. Senior Prom Committee 4. 33 JACK TAYLOR WILBER JR. " A good sport in every sense of the word. " Jack is quiet but mischievous. He ' s a good worker, and has been a big help to us in our years together. His second love is his car; the first, girls. Assistant Treasurer 4; Senior Cabinet 4; Yearbook Staff 4. PATRICIA LYNN WOOD " If silence is golden, she ' s fourteen karat. " Although she is inclined to be silent, Pat is friendly to all. She has lovely long hair that always shines. Pat is creative and enjoys photography. An energetic girl who keeps busy, she hopes to enter the teaching profession. We all wish her happiness and success in the future. French Club 2, 3, 4; Intramural Club 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; National Latin Award 2; Photography Club 3, 4; Romanum Forum 1, 2; Senior Play Committee 4; Willard Club 3, 4 (Treasurer); Yearbook Staff 4. NANCY SIMISTER WOODCOCK " Mischief, thou art afoot. " Who was that cutting up in the hall? Why, that was Nance, of course, tormenting sorority pledges again. She is fun-loving and liked by all, for she has determination and the sincerity of a true friend. A willing leader, she is sure to succeed. North High School (Worcester) 1, 2; Basketball 1; Camera Club 2; French Club 3, 4; Girls ' Intramural Club 3; Homeroom Representative 1; Junior Prom Committee 3; Monitor 3; Senior Play 4; Willard Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. FRANCIS ANTHONY GEORGE ZECCO " To worry little and study less, is my idea of happiness. " Whiz! And there goes " Franny " ! But not with an empty car. No matter how many passengers he has, there ' s always room for more. There is no doubt in our minds that " Franny " will find success as an engineer. Honor Roll 1, 2. o The 1950 ' s kept scientists busy. We saw how the results of their experiments—Nautilus, Sputnik, and Vanguard—have become common talk. We, the class of 1958, feel the public has forgotten another experiment—us. We were the guinea pigs for five towns that got together and built a school. The success of this new school, Wachusett Regional High School, greatly depended on how our class managed to come through our four years there. When you enter high school as freshmen, the accepted thing to do is to have a great deal of awe and reverence for the upperclassmen. Well, you can never say that we were conformists, because we entered Wachusett in September of 1954 completely confident and revoltingly unabashed! Revolt¬ ing, not from our point of view, of course, but from that of the upperclassmen. I suppose the fact that we were aware that everyone else in the school, including the faculty, was facing the same brand-new situations we were, helped to make us so self-assured. Why, even the seniors that year found themselves in the wrong room, staring at the wrong teacher! Those first few weeks, as we wandered around the corridors, hunting our next class with map clutched in hand, we wondered if we ' d ever get the gist of our schedules, find our lockers again, or get lunch. But, in spite of the fact that we were new at this business of being high school students, we weren ' t afraid to tackle anything. In our eagerness, I suppose we made innumerable mistakes, but we were a hardy lot and nothing could keep us down. Of course, the fact that we had wisely elected such competent and personable class officers as Bill Lane, president; Lois Ruggles, vice-president; Jean Nordquist, secretary; Dan Trombi, treasurer; greatly increased our success in nearly all of our undertakings. In this, our first year, we made certain that our class was represented in a majority of the school activities as well as in the athletic department. Our additions to the varsity field hockey team were Joyce Larson, Dottie Mayo, and Carol Majewski. Carol also was an important member of the girls ' basketball team. Bruce Kingdon, Hank Hiller, and Ed Manley represented the freshman class on the baseball team. The first thing we learned upon entering our sophomore year was that to maintain the high standards we had set in our freshman year, we were going to have to work. As freshmen, it had seemed that just existing as a class was enough to insure our success, but we had to admit that work¬ ing for our success was far more reliable and rewarding. This year, all our achievements were easily accomplished under the guidance of our class officers: Bill Lane, whom we were fortunate enough to have as our president for a second year, and our other capable officers, Frank Rogers, vice- president; Jean Hamilton, secretary; Dan Trombi, treasurer. Also, Wachusett instituted a student council; our represen¬ tatives were Dottie Mayo, Lois Ruggles, Jean Nordquist, and Bob Donahue. Football fans that year saw Bruce Kingdon, Gerry Brodeur, Jim Cunningham, Ronny Schofield, Stewart Bailey, Dick Labossiere, Bob Goretti, Bill Lane, Ward Henson, and Roger Lindfors out on the field fighting for Wachusett. Diane Cooke, Gail Price, Dianne Webster, Carol Majewski, and Joyce Larson lent their talents to the girls ' basketball team that year, and Carol, Joyce, and Dianne also played hockey along with Dottie Mayo, and Mary Martelli. That spring six sopho¬ more boys played on the baseball team: Ken Johnstone, Gerry Brodeur, Hank Hiller, Joe Kapulka, Ed Manley, and Bruce Kingdon. Out running for the newly organized track team were Dick Labossiere, Jim Cunningham, and Will Waterhouse. Before we left school in June, we elected officers for our Junior year. The results showed that Jim Cunningham was to be our new president; Brad Carson, vice-president; Judy Maddocks, secretary; Dan Trombi, treasurer. As we converged on the Junior corridor that fall, we were proud to be upperclassmen for the first time. Although we still lost our locker keys, forgot assignments and left books at home, we were really Juniors at last. This proved to be a very busy year for us. It seemed that we were always launched on one venture or another. This year we not only continued with the regular school activities, but instituted a very im¬ portant one of our own—the Junior Play. In May we presented two one-act plays, “Dust of the Road, " and " Stolen Identity, " 35 for the benefit of our class treasury which was already beginning to bulge. Of course, the biggest event of our Junior year was our prom, " Sea Shadows. " Our many talented class members decorated the gym very artistically and imaginatively with an underwater motif with sea horses, netting, balloons, an under-sea castle, and naturally, fish. After all the intense preparations, the night was a very happy one for us. As usual, we came out in force to join in the activities, and as upperclassmen and old " pros " many of our class members were instrumental in the success of out various teams. Juniors on the football team that fall were Bruce Kingdon, Bill Kaminski, Bob Barr, Ronny Schofield, Jim Cunningham, Ward Henson, Ken Johnstone, Gerry Brodeur, Roger Lindfors, and Ronny Granberg. Out on the court for the basketball team were Don Trombi, Joe Kapulka, Paul Flanagan, Hank Hiller, and Bruce Kingdon. Cheering for the boys, as they had in our sophomore year, were Sandra Nisf and Judy Maddocks. The girls ' hockey team was sparked by the playing of Catherine Kristoff, Carol Majewski, Joyce Larson, Dottie Mayo, Lois Ruggles, Kathy Simonds, Dianne Forrester, Gail Phillips, Mary Martelli, Elaine Wall, Dianne Webster, and JswSwS hfjf • ■ r 1 Faith Wheeler. The undefeated girls ' bosketball team owed most of its fine record to the playing of our Junior members: class advisor, with the help of Jim Cunningham, kept the house front committees busy with the business end of the play. On opening night after the actors had donned their grease paint and taken their places, the house lights dimmed and the curtain opened on our production of " We Shook the Family Tree. " Shirley Arlin and Bobby Poole starred in the hilarious comedy about Hildegarde, a high school girl, whose mother arranged for her to attend the prom with " that man of the world, marvelous dancer, and terrific athlete—short pants Freddy. " This picture of the trials and tribulations of being a teenager was the most successful of all Senior Plays presented at Wachusett. Jim Cunningham, Bruce Kingdon, and Roger Lindfors, the football team ' s three captains led the team and its senior members. Bob Barr, Ward Henson, Bill Lane, Gerry Brodeur, Stewart Bailey, Dick Labossicrc, Ronny Schofield, Ken John¬ stone, Ronny Granberg, Bill Kaminski. The girls ' hockey team, with co-captains Carol Majewski and Dottie Mayo, was undefeated for the second year in a row; senior members were Joyce Larson, Lois Ruggles, Elaine Wall, Dianne Webster, Mary Martelli, Kathy Simonds, Gail Phillips, Judy Gibson, Diann Coyle, and Faith Wheeler. ■ add to our frantic schedule, there were two hectic Joyce Larson, Carol Majewski, Dianne Webster, Dottie Mayo, weeks of picture-taking by the inimitable Mr. Bushong for the Plnino Wnll lnni,a t nn Jin Unru Unrfnlli nnJ Cn i I P.inn ..... .1 .... ..... I_I. r _II:__ . __ _ ■ J _ help him, we had elected Davf; Stewap, vice-president; Lois Parker, secretary; Dottie Mayo treasurer. Another thing that made leaving school that spring rather hard for us was that when we returned in September our school would be minus our was hard to picture our sc had become such a necessar nds from West Boylston. It hoot without them, because they art of it. Elaine Wall, Janice Lundin, Mary Martelli, and Gail Price. pages of our year-book. Deadlines, term papers, mid-year „ , ■ ,, , ,, . exams added to the turmoil df the winter months. Before we left for our summer vacation that spring, we fSSERj:.,-,- held elections for next falls Senior Class officers. Sadly we We were also kept busy during these months by supporting realized that for us, these would be our last elections together. our cheerleaders led by Sandra Nisi and seniors Barbara After all the posters had been taken down, and all the stickers Green, Dottie Mayo, Diane Smith, and Diann Coyle at the thrown away, we found that we had chosen Jim Cunningham games. During the basketball season, the Wachusett five, to be our President for our last and most important year. To with Hank Hiller, Joe Kapulka, and Paul Flanagan were led in their hard-fought victories by Captain Bruce Kingdon. Seniors Dottie Mayo, Elaine Wall, Judy Gibson, Linda Benson, Diann Coyle, and Gail Price, led by co-captains Carol Majewski and Joyce Larson, composed the biggest part of the girls ' basketball team. S«5v Jess? February 21st was the date of our biggest event, the long awaited Senior Prom— " Mid-Winter Moonlight. " We danced to the music of Eddie Sham in the gym decorated in a winter motif. Co-chairmen for the prom were Jim Cunningham, Beryl Pearson and Dave Stewart. The chairmen of the committees were Sandra Nisi, Carolyn Berglund, Sandra Sorblom, Pat ood, Jean Calcia, Lois Parker, Joyce Larson, Carol jewski, Robert Davis, Bernard Douglas, Jack Wilber, and ne Kemp. After we saw the beautiful and tastefully ed gym, we all agreed that Carolyn Berglund and tions committee had something to be proud of. ■ this, time flew by faster than ever and we found ves in the midst of boning up for finals and making our last hasty preparations for graduation. On reviewing these exciting and adventurous four years, we are filled with a quiet pride in the work done by us as a class and a determination to continue our success by dealing with life ' s problems with the same courage, skill, and high-spirits that have made these years so enjoyable. Pat Wood Pat Murray So, a little saddened perhaps, but full of anticipation, we left for our summer vacation to rest up for that hectic s year which we would have to face in a few months. When we were underclassmen, we though I ' m a senior this school ' s going to see who ' s b make those little freshmen jump, and—. " Well, you I what else, but by the time we finally became seniors we neither the time nor the energy to do anything except to make it through our last year of high school. One of the first things we did was to choose Ward Henson and Lois Ruggles as co-editors of our yearbook. The rest of us got in on the act, too, because we wanted to make this the best yearbook ever. Early in October after the cast and production crew had been chosen, work got underway for one of our biggest events, the Senior Play. Mr. Barker and his stage managers, Paul Morris and Gail Price, set about rehearsing the actors for opening night. Meanwhile, Mr. Bowes was busy with the production crew polishing off the set while Mr. Lindberg, our 36 Wff and dJedtament op the (diadd oP 1958 We, the class of 1958, being of extraordinary intelligence and having the physiques and figures of Mr. and Mrs. Universe, do hereby bequeath this, our last will and testament. To the " oh boy, we can ' t wait until they finally graduate " Juniors we bequeath all our tremendous abilities, knowing they ' ll need them. We also leave them the aches and pains of getting into college and our frequent trips to the guidance office. To the sophisticated, " We ' re all grown-up now " Sopho¬ mores we bestow nothing because they think they already have everything. To the exuberant, carefree freshmen we leave the fun and wonderful times we ' ve had in high school. To the " But they told me 115 was on the third floor " incoming Freshmen we bequeath our handbooks and our well-worn maps of the school. To our teachers and our coaches we leave our thanks and our gratitude for all the time and patience they had for us. The football team leaves their games in the mud to children everywhere who like to make mud-pies. The cross country track team bestows their impressive record on next year ' s team. The girl ' s hockey team leaves " Stanley " to next year ' s captain. The boy ' s basketball team leaves those exciting last minute rallies to next year ' s girls ' team, who probably won ' t need them. The cheerleaders leave their worn out voices to next year ' s lucky squad. The twirlers leave their ability to do routines to the wrong music to anyone who feels he can ' t get along without this trait. The band leaves " Anchors Aweigh " to anyone who hasn ' t heard it. Judy Jacques leaves her ability to go steady to Kathy Lundquist who went steady about twenty times before high school. Liz Gustafson leaves her celebrated writing ability to Betty Steele who needs it to write to Jon. Richard Cooper leaves his new unopened books to Mike Sawyer who ' ll see that they stay that way. Billy Lane leaves his Senior Play shorts to exhibit in the trophy case and his fish to the cafeteria. Harold Burnham who is always taking pictures Igaves his good times in the darkroom to Orville " But I ' m afraid of the dark " Sheldon. Bob Barr bequeaths his great football ability and his love of girls to Dick Kingdon who is just discovering how much fun these things can be. Kathy Simonds leaves her unique ability for having an answer to everything to Walter Seelye who always has a question. If Paul Sundstrom were more hard-hearted he would leave his devilish ways to Mike Powers, but way down deep Paul does love the school. Dianne Forrester leaves her ability to get out of hot water to Sue Anderson who always appears to be drowning in it. Will Waterhouse bestows his blond hair upon Nancy Coyle who has always wanted her hair to be that color. Roger Bohn leaves his position in the band and his drums to anyone who can stand the noise. Dianne Webster bequeaths her athletic abilities to the coaches to distribute in appropriate amounts to needy gym students. Dean Grainger leaves his place as " One of the gang " to Robin Moule who would just love to be surrounded by all those boys. Stewart Bailey leaves all his muscles to next year ' s fresh¬ man football squad with Mr. Sell as trustee. Marilyn Boisvert departs leaving the Senior corridors quiet until Sue Brown gets there. Sandra Norquist leaves, walking. Bev Boulanger leaves her arguments in fovor of going steady to all the girls in the school who have trouble con¬ vincing their boy friends that it is the thing to do. Bernard Carlson bestows his knack for getting into auto¬ mobile accidents on Bobby " Who needs an automobile? " Lane. 37 Judy Crosby bequeaths her convertible to all driver ed students who wish the present cars were more glamorous. Bob Davis leaves his unbeatable record of going steady and then breaking up with the same girls, to Brian Phillips, who thinks he ' ll never break up. David Flink leaves, taking his seat in 117 with him, since he is too tired to get out of it. it ? • BIIII|,m Miii. Donald " Can I borrow a pencil? " Holmes bestows a large supply of pencils on the " Sorry, we don ' t have any left " Student Council store. Jimmy Holmes leaves his habitual clockwatching to Dick Jimmy ' What times d is class get over? " Ames. Robert " its a cine leaves a place at the : caught! " Larson to sneak into lunch line! " Holmes of the line to John " I always get Brian White bequeaths his ability to get into trouble with the faculty to Bob " The teachers love me " Majewski. Jack " I ' m the assistant treasurer of our class " Wilbur leaves, taking our money with him. Shirley Arlin bequeaths her beauty clay from the Senior Play to the " Now we ' ll b girls. Lee Hooper leaves his as pretty as the Seniors " Junior love for fast driving over bumpy homework. roads to Alan Coolidge, whose car would never make it. Eddie Jeffrey leaves his little black book to Dean Coe who deserves it. fimjf Marilyn Johnson leaves her habit of chewing gum quietly to Paula " Snap, snap! " Farrell. Dave Lindberg bestows his unquenchable thirst for trouble on Alan Hatstat whose throat is so parched that he doesn ' t really need it. Pat Fiske leaves those short rides to school to all the kids from Sterling who would appreciate them on cold mornings. Ronnie Jatrinski bequeaths his Saturday nights with the boys to Bob " I go out with girls on Saturday " Hughes. Phyllis Johnson leaves her drives with the girls, and those 50 or 60 used up miles, to Betty Hubbard who loves to drive. Kenny Johnstone leaves his speeches over .the P. A. to Janet Lofgren who s endowed with the gift of gab. Dottie Kowalczyk bequeaths her hall monitor post to anyone who wants to be a policema Kathy Kristoff leaves h observation. John Carlson leaves with a big grin. Diane Cooke leaves " Cookie " to Joyce and all the other cooks in school. Kathy Gowell leaves her ready smile and laughter to Marsha Forrester who has borrowed them so much she has forgotten to whom they belong. Barbara Greene leaves her Dartmouth week-end to any underclassman fortunate enough to be invited. Josephine Haney leaves her platinum-plated pogo stick to Ronnie Janowski for his frequent visits to the nurse. Judy Main bequeaths her domestic abilities to Charlie Bolster who hasn ' t dared take Home Ec. since his junior high school days. Diane O ' Brian leaves the school to anyone who wants it. Anyone interested? Richard Peeso leaves his sparkling smile to those who experience weeping and gnashing of teeth when reports come out. I Robert Peeso bequeaths his comb to all of next year ' s needy gym classes. I Jean Nordquist leaves her " I ' ll do the words tomorrow " to Lynn " But I meant to do it " Pelletier who never does her linmau nrlr Eddie Parody leaves his plaid shoes to Diane Ericson to go with her plaid bermuda skirt. Bob Poole kindly bestows his charcoal drawings to the lobby bulletin board. Philip Rand leaves one foot of height to James Berube who certainly needs it. Connie Ruchala leaves her psychological arguments to the files of the psychology classes for analysis. Jane Sjoman leaves a sell worn copy of War and Peace to anyone who thinks they can read John Spencer leaves his ability to sleep through homeroom periods regardless of the commotion around him to Allison LeMaire who says he stays up late studying. Judy Derosiers leaves her love of horses to John Waskiewicz who runs every time he sees one. Carol Prue leaves a bottle of aspirin to the nurse, who has run out. braii ! biology cli Linda Lampher leaves her ability Mill " Who, me? " Reidy. be quiet in classes to _ .» - ' HI!- TT- John Lindquist leaves his fame for having the longest side burns in school to Dougie " I ' ll beat him yet " Forsberg. ves his • ' ' ) measure Paul Morris leaves Visual Department. srds to the Audio- the class of 1958 bequeaths to the underclassmen a le for having been given the oppor¬ tunity to attend this school, and leaves a large portion of thanks to the administration and faculty for helping it to make those opportunities profitable Pearl Crawford leaves, taking Richard Dalton bestows his quiet manner on Linda " I ' m not being noisy! " Wall. Diann Coyle Gail Phillips 38 j- ropbecy op tbe C?ladA op 1958 This is a special report on the first undersea who were really trying to turn out a new type of city, Subaquia, which has been founded to relieve the over population on earth, and for some reason ■ a large part of the over population is made up of building block for children in high school. i we When we stepped out on the landing platform students of the class of 58 of W. R. H. S. Our trip vve found no one to meet us although George was sponsored by Aunt Margaret ' s Homemade Swenson did stop long enough to borrow a pencil Fudge, now in three delicious flavors—vanilla, so that he could finish his new book, 1001 Easy chocolate and arsenic. Its president and oilnder, Ways to Borrow Pencils. While we were admiring Margaret O ' Day, one of our leading class members, the city which Henry Hiller had laid out in a felt that those not privileged to belong to our circular square. Jay Nystrom came to pick up ! a chance to learn of the equipment for his fish farm. Sir class ought to have strange and wonderful things which we have done -W began our tour with inspections of his farm, in order that they, in their turn, may try (ft follow an d Dick Holt ' s vegetable farm. Dick, of course, our splendid example. used only the special seeds which biologist Robert Carey had developed for Norman Jones ' Whoopee- Since we had no guide. We descended in one of the new submarine buses, the Zombi, which was invented- by Weston Miller. Its captain, Paul Christensen, had little to Gro Seed Co. SPSS do, however, since the bus was piloted by one of Dick Darby ' s latest inventions, the Eel-eye ray. This was developed by information given to Dick by Helen Sjoberg and Sandra Erickson, a couple of eel experts. Captain Christensen and most of the passengers were occupied in reading Gail Phillips ' and Sue Graham ' s latest mystery thriller. Murder in the Cathedral or Death Comes For the Archbishop. Jean Backstrom and Ann Boisvert were not reading it, but were busy discussing plans for their new restaurant. Colonels Lillian Haskins and Marilyn Main of the Women ' s Undersea Navy were trying to decide on duty periods for the Waves who would direct traffic. Since, according to the specifications set up by Joyce Blair ' s extensive studies on people, the inhabitants were assumed to be the most nearly ideal, it was felt—by a few idealists, anyway—that there would be no crime. As we were walking toward the center of the city, we saw Bill Kaminski staring dejectedly at the great dome, which keeps the sea from flooding the city. We found that he had come equipped •fX v; V with the best of tackle, hoping to get in a lot of deep sea fishing, and had just realized that the fish were outside and he was inside. Looking for more cheerful company we found Rosanna Valentino who invited us to the grand opening of her skating rink empire. While we were watching Ralph Anderson and his giraffe Rudolf do their figure skating act, we noticed Sandra Barbar a Slongwhite, Nancy Lyman, Morey trying to control a group or noisy, il mannered, typical high school students. The rapidly aging two explained that Ray Jasen, the principal of the high school, had forced the e who would take ev had lost. teachers to draw lots .. :; $i f the students on a tou We soon arrived at Subaquia, and after passing through a series of pressurized chambers, we Once more searching for a smiling face, we entered the great dome which encloses the city. found John Brown at his garage, John Brown ' s The amazingly strong structure of the dome. Body Shop, gloating over his first customer, Ted incidently, was developed by two of Mr. Daniel ' s Migdelany, with his Midgmobile, which had physics students, David Lantz and Francis Zecco been damaged when the eminent undersea explorer accidently broke through the dome into the sea. We learned that Betty Robbins would receive a medal for her heroic actions after the catastrophe. For when Betty saw water pouring in through the hole in the dome, she directed bystanders to wedge the Midgmobile back in the hole it had made. Unfortunately the Midgmobile also was full of holes from the beating it had received and Ted, who was still inside, nearly drowned before he was rescued. When we went to the infirmary to check on Ted, Linda Benson, the head nurse, explained that his only injury besides water damage was a bruised finger which he had received when his excited rescuers slammed the hatch of the Midgmobile on it. Since there was nothing exciting going on at the infirmary we soon left, although we stopped long enough in the lobby to admire Joyce Buxton ' s murals of happy hospital life. Once outside we stopped at Helen Blondin ' s record store where there was a large display of Lois Parker ' s and Kathy Bellrose ' s instruction records for drum majorettes. Their covers were done in a striking pattern of bruises and sprained fingers, by a well known artist, Sandra Sorblom. We would have gone on, but we wanted to see why there was such a large crowd inside the store. When we went in, we found that Leslie LaCount, the new teenage singing idol, was there in person with no one to guard him from his fans except Paul Hague, his publicity agent. When John G. Carlson came roaring down the street in his latest jalopy— " A Ford, of course " — we dodged into the nearest doorway and found ourselves in the central headquarters. First we visited Charles Belanger ' s domain where he and Clifford Maki controlled the weather. The tempera¬ ture and humidity were maintained at the level which John Grandin ' s and Jerald Hubbard ' s famous study revealed as the most healthful. As you may recall, this study received its fame when their secretaries, Gail McGuire and Helen Thibeault, revealed at a Congressional investigation that the two scientists had spent five minutes of the first day of the three billion dollar, five year program choosing the figures by drawing numbers out of a hat, and then had spent the rest of the time playing pinochle with two members of their security guard, namely Edward Manly and Alan Gormly. Another guard. Bill Burrows, spent his time hunt¬ ing, while the fourth guard, Robert Holopainen, had made a small fortune raising vegetables and selling them to other workers in the project. Rhoda Rabinow and Faith Wheeler, assistants at the weather station were reluctant to let us in at first. They told us later that they had to be extra particular because one day an anarchist barricaded himself inside and, in his attempts to single- handedly overthrow the Subaquian Government, had subjected the people to alternate thunder storms and blizzards before he was ejected. At other offices we spoke to Judy Tuukannen and Pat Redfield, who are responsible for the propaganda which has given Subaquia its wide reputation, and to Diane Byron and Barbara Hutchins who are in charge of the welcoming committee. There we found that they hadn ' t met us when we arrived because they, along with approximately 7 8 of the rest of the female popu¬ lation, were at the opening sale of Ruth Smith ' s Chic Dress Shoppe. In fact, Carol Boisvert and Joanne Kemp, tellers at the local branch of Dick Rusden ' s bank, the Undersea National Trust Association, told us that so far Ruth had deposited a quarter of the total amount of money in Sub¬ aquia in her bank account. Throughout our visit we never lost the curious feeling that we were being watched. The fish outside the dome were so amused by the strange antics of the humans inside that they peered in constantly. Indeed, some even died of starvation because they were reluctant to give up their front row seats and perhaps miss something. We left hastily, eager to leave the interested fish behind us and also eager to bring this report to you. Jane Sjoman Joan Butler 40 II Those happy days, our carefree ways. The fun, the friends, our school, we Won ' t forget the things you ' ve taught. When we ' re away from rule. Ill In future times our paths may cross. We hope for one and all. We won ' t Forget your guiding light, Wachusett we won ' t fall. 4) SS25S n ° siest Mar y Mart. Minded athletic and Joy ce LorSOn Bruce ™ " - ' 1 Gerry ' Pf ce ' I Vo,,c y -Moenn ' Maureen Jr en Paa, LONG and SHORT OF IT Pot Murray and John Proctor CLASS JULIET and CLASS ROMEO Barbara Hodgeman and Bill Mooney NEATEST and MOST FASHIONABLE Sandra Nisi and Gaile Taylor CLASS PESSIMIST and OPTIMIST Bob Donahue and Judy Gibson T CAPABLE Johnson reliable an Calcia f IENd l,est l0nn Coyle FRVENDS and 3udy BEST Carol Norton Q ' Hearn MOST POPULAR Dottie Mayo and Jim Cunningham L OAF£R ' d Hintli ambitious CLASS BLUSHERS Paul Flannigan and Nancy Woodcock never wear rubbers! m SLok th Shirley Arlin . Lois Ruggles . Judy Gibson . Elaine Wall . Lois Parker . Kathy Gowell. Pat Murray . Ray Jason . Bill Lane . Bob Poole . Dave Stewart . Jerry Hubbard (not in picture) There, now you ' d better behave yourself. ami Hildegarde Dolson Sally Dolson .Mrs. Dolson Ellie-May .Mrs. Shermer . Paige .Jimmy Dolson Bobby Dolson .Freddie Shermer .Mr. Shermer .Mr. Dolson Directed by Mr. Robert Barker Senior Play production Front Row, left to right: S. Graham, S. Rose, E. Gustafson, R. Valentino, S. Morey, J. Calcia, N. Maenpaa, G. Prentice, J. Nordquist, P. Wood. Second Row, left to right: J. Desrosiers, S. Northrup, J. Main, S. Norquist, D. Kowalczk, S. Sorblom, G. Taylor, C. Berglund, G. McGuire, P. Redfield. Third Row, left to right: B. Pearson, J. Jacques, B. Hodgman, B. Hutchins, D. Coyle, C. Majewski, J. Larson, D. Forrester, K. Simonds, J. Tuukanen, N. Woodcock, B. Greene. Fourth Row, left to right: J. Buxton, D. Webster, L. Benson, K. Bellrose, N. Lyman, G. Price, G. Phillips, D. Smith, H. Thibeault, J. Backstrom, F. Wheeler. Fifth Row, left to right: Mr. Bowes, R. Bohn, P. Morris, P. Rand, C. Belanger, J. Proctor, J. Haney, J. Johnson, M. Cove. As is customary with a Senior Class " the play ' s the thing! " Under the superb direction of its faculty advisors, Mr. Barker and Mr. Bowes, the Senior Class was very successful with the presentation of " We Shook the Family Tree. " The rollicking comedy gave our potential actors and actresses a chance to display their ability before a very appreciative audience. ( Lriitmai Pday As is traditional, the Dramatics Club again presented its annual Christmas Play, which was superbly directed and produced by Mr. Robert Barker. The play, " Why the Chimes Rang, " has been a favorite of everyone for many years. Front Row, left to right: J. Honey, D. Coyle, S. Morey, R. Robinow, S. Rose, E. Welch, J. Malo. Second Row, left to rght: S. Wentworth, J. Nordquist, C. Berglund, S. Sorblom, G. Taylor, N. Waddell. Third Row, left to right: W. Zottoli, D. Botcher, L. Delano, R. Bohn, P. Rand. Fourth Row, left to right: P. Morris, D. Stewart, F. Wadsworth, B. McDermott. Fifth Row, left to right: R. Smith, P. Bice, Mr. Barker. Sixth Row, left to right: Mr. Bowes. igB J B v, : :- ; :, ®J[ ]$iB| Rh • ' : - 9k . ■! w SPORTS From left to right: Joyce Larson, Dottie Mayo, Hank Hiller, Bruce Kingdon. ' TYPISTS From left to right: Helen Sjoberg, Jack Wilbur, Janice Lundin, Nancy Maenpaa, Jean Calcia. DATA COMMITTEE Sitting, from left to right: Co-Chairman Faith Wheeler and Elaine Wall; Carolyn Berglund, Pat Redfield, Judy Tuukanen, Barbara Hutchins, Rhoda Rabinow, Gail Price, Joyce Buxton, Shirley Arlin. Standing, from left to right: Sally Rose, Kathy Simonds, Diane Smith, Ray Jasen, Bob Donahue, Dianne Forrester, Phyllis Johnson, Carol Majewski, Lois Parker. BUSINESS MANAGERS , Sitting, from left to rght: Bob Marsh, Ruth Smith, John Grandin, Mrs. Frances Creamer, Dianne Webster, Kathy Kristoff, Josephine , Haney. Standing, from left to right: Alan J Gormly, Bill Lane, Ken Johnstone, Bob Barr. I ORGANIZATIONS From left to right: Diane Jyron, Chairman Bob Goretti, Nancy Woodcock. WHO ' S WHO Liz Gustafson and Phil Rand CO-EDITORS-IN-CHIEF Ward Henson and Lois Ruggles LITERARY EDITORS From left to right: Gail Phillips, Diann Coyle, Joan Butler, Jane Sjoman, Pat Wood, Pat Muray. ART STAFF From left to right: Gaile Taylor, Judy Jacques, Editor Gail Prentice, Bob Poole, Advisor Mr. Gregory Bowes, Sandra Sorblom, Sandra Morey. PHOTOGRAPHER ' S ASSISTANTS From left to right: Kathy Gowell, Roger Bohn, Jack Wilbur, Will Waterhouse, Bob Baxter, Diane Cooke. PROPERT f Of WACHUSETT REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT Front Row, left to right: D. Washburn, L. Waterhouse, S. Woodward, J. Holmes, S. Nisi, Mrs. Hamilton. Second Row, left to right: P. Lorenz, L. Wall, G. Rumford, G. Washburn, J. Gibson, J. Nordquist. Third Row, left to right: K. Johnstone, R. Kindgon, C. Perry, J. Cunningham, B. Urquhart. Fourth Row, left to right: W. Maloney, R. Wagner, M. Travis, W. Zottoli. Senior (Cabinet Student (di ( ouncL Front Row, left to right: L. Parker, D. Mayo, D. Smith, F. Wheeler, Mr. Lindberg. Back Row, left to right: R. Davis, W. Henson, W. Lane, C. Belanger, J. Wilber, D. Stewart, J. Cunningham, R. Anderson, Mr. Davis. CcL Staff First Row, left to right: Mr. Carey, S. Woodward, S. Young, S. Taylor, J. Calcia, B. Bjornlund, P. White, C. Kristoff, P. Sanders, R. Gaw, Mrs. Sampson. Second Row, left to right: Mr. Ryan, D. Kowalczyk, N. Maenpaa, R. Valentino, B. Boulanger, H. Zottoli, P. Billsten, M. Johnson, S. Nisi, Mrs. Olson. Third Row, left to right: S. Wentworth, J. Jacques, C. Berglund, P. Redfield, B. Pearson, D. Washburn, S. Smith. Fourth Row, left to right: B. DeWalt, R. MacDuff, R. Pratley, D. Mayo, W. Henson, R. Abbott, Mr. Barker, Mr. Bowes. The Echo is the quarterly-published newspaper at Wachusett which gives its staff members an opportunity to learn how a publication is written, assembled, and financed. Editor Jean Calcia and her thirty-six co-workers help keep the students up-to-date on social activities, athletics, and other school programs. The various sections of the Echo have a great appeal to both teachers and students at Wachusett. The staff is advised by Mrs. Olson, Mrs. Sampson, Mr. Ryan, Mr. Carey, Mr. Barker, Mr. Theriault, and Mr. Bowes. Front Row, left to right: E. Wall, K. Simonds, P. Wood, J. Butler, J. Calcia. Second Row, left to right: E. Gustafson, L. Ruggles, J. Holmes, S. Nisi, C. Norton. Third Row, left to right: A. Newell, I. Mardirosian, C. Kristoff, J. Sperl, N. Maenpaa. Fourth Row, left to right: M. Friel, J. Sjoman, J. Lundin, G. Prentice, P. Fiske. Fifth Row, left to right: G. Phillips, W. Henson, J. Cunningham, W. Cobb, R. Pratley. NATIONALj L HONOR SOCIETYj This organization is made up of those students who stand in the first third of their respective classes in scholarship. The purpose of this organization is to create an en¬ thusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leader¬ ship, and to encourage the development of character in students of Wachusett. First Row, left to right: M. Labossiere, L. Parker, R. Rabinow, J. Butler, S. Norquist, F. Wheeler, S. Graham, L. Waterhouse, D. Washburn, S. Woodward, G. Taylor, D. Webster, J. Crosby. Second Row, left to right: C. Majewski, E. Gustafson, S. Rose, C. Berglund, P. Redfield, J. Main, J. Holmes , B. Steele, S. Batcheldor, C. Ruchala, J. Kemp. Third Row, left to right: D. Kowalczyk, N. Maenpaa, S. Arlin, J. Tuukanen, J. Haney, J. Jacques, B. Hodgeman, B. Hutchins, B. Pearson, J. O ' Hearn, M. O ' Day, D. Cook. Fourth Row, left to right: P. Rasku, A. Gormley, D. Stewart, R. Barr, P. Hague, B. Kingdon, R. Jason, K. Johnstone. Fifth Row, left to right: R. Labossiere, B. Bjornlund, W. Waterhouse, R. Marsh, W. Lane, J. Grandin. m UMC QL CLl First Row, left to right: S. Rose, L. Waterhouse, L. Field, A. Newell, N. Coyle, R. Pratley, H. Zottoli, M. Mason, A. Bernier, M. Gowell. Second Row, left to right: S. Darby, J. Gilcrest, D. Washburn, G. Price, M. Miles, J. Lofgren, H. Coonley, P. Graver, S, Maki, K. Gowell. Third Row, left (o right: H. Blondin, P. Redfield, C. Kristoff, C. Berglund, L. Chandler, J. Sperl, C. Carbone, G. Boughie, A. Gowell. Fourth Row, left to right: P. Murray, G. Washburn, B. DeWalt, I. Mardirosian, M. Widing, M. Pond, J. Bohn, E. Locke, L. Stone. Fifth Row, left to right: L. Davey, R. Munger, B. Douglas, J. Hendrickson, S. Gurry, D. Drown, J. Drown, B. Roseen, Mr. Barre. Sixth Row, left to right: R. Vickery, M Lanciani, B. DeWalt, R. Donahue, R. Poole, E. Taylor, J. Berube, K. Warrington. ddand Front Row, left to right: A. Newell, P. Rand, R. Donahue, Mr. Barre, C. Berglund, R. Munger, G. Boughey, B. Douglas. Second Row, left to right: R. Rayworth, P. Redfield, S. Maki, M. Main, C. Clapp, J. Wilman, C. Carbone, A. Bernier. Third Row, left to right: J. Hinckley, A. Gowell, S. Darby, J. Clough, L. Stone, B. Locke, J. Bohn, K. Worrington. Fourth Row, left to right: R. Munger, D. Baril, J. Drown, B. Roseen, W. Waterhouse, R. Palmer, G. Sherwin, J. Wood. Fifth Row, left to right: T. Wilber, K. Fox, B. Daigneau, N. Labossiere, W. Seelye, G. Anderson, J. Berube. Front Row, left to right: B. Pearson, P. Johnson, L. Parker, M. Cove, K. Bellrose. Second Row, left to right: J. Jeffery, D. Maki, P. Billsten, S. Nelson, R. Zimmerman. Third Row, left to right: J. Prescott, S. Erickson, R. Gaw, B. Stone, D. Taylor, A. Scott, D. Zysk, N. Coyle, A. Curtis. Under the direction of Mr. Barre, the band played at football games, basketball games, and assemblies; presented two concerts, one in January and one in May; marched in the Memorial Day parade; and played at graduation. The officers were President, Robert Donahue; Vice-Pesident, Carolyn Berglund; Secretary, Gloria Boughey; Treasurer, Ronald Munger; Librarian, Ann Newell; Stage Manager, Phil Rand; Assistant Stage Manager, Bernie Douglas. The Glee Cub performed in the Christmas Play, presented two concerts, and performed in the graduation exercises in June. m ajor etted Ifjational JlteApian Society V One of the accomplishments of the Dramatic Club is the series of plays sponsored each year by its members. With various activities the club has brought another successful season to a happy conclusion. The officers are Elaine Wall, president; Sandra Morey, vice-president; Joan Butler, secretary; Gail Curtis, treasurer. other . 3 redliman- Sophomore a oruA First Row, left to right: C. Taylor, S. Slater, A. Bernier, S. Young, S. Woodward, M. Mason, M. Gowell, J. Bigelow, J. Friel, J. Sweeney. Second Row, left to right: J. Newhall, D. Rossier, J. Gilchrist, S. Darby, H. Coonley, P. Grunes, S. Maki, S. McLeod, D. Slater, D. Zoppo. Third Row, left to right: G. Washburn, C. Carbone, H. Ruchala, J. Larbel, F. Niemi, L. Chandler, S. Clough, D. Briggs, S. Koski, P. Lorenz. Fourth Row, left to right: B. DeWalt, L. Delano, M. Pond, J. Bohn, B. Locke, L. Stone, F. Barton, G. Wagner, C. Carney. Fifth Row, left to right: R. Munger, J. Hendrickson, W. O ' Connor, S. Gurry, D. Drown, J. Drown, B. Roseen, K. Warrington. Sixth Row, left to right: Mr. Barre, R. Vickey, B. Bourque, D. Hawkins, J. Drawbridge, B. DeWalt, L. Daney, J. Berube. junior-senior a oruA First Row, left to right: D. Coyle, S. Rose, L. Field, A. Newell, N. Coyle, R. Pratley, H. Zottoli, L. Waterhouse, C. Clapp, P. Sanders, M. Ikalianen, C. Thomas. Second Row, left to right: K. Gowell. J. Larson, S. Keough, K. French, M. Miles, G. Price, D. Washburn, J. Wilman, M. Friel, G. Taylor, G. Green. Third Row, left to right: J. Lofgren, H. Blondin, P. Red- field, C. Kristoff, C. Berglund, J. Sperl, G. Boughey, A. Gowell, P. Murray, S. Sorblom, M. Dunnigan. Fourth Row, left to right: Mr. Barre, B. Fogg, I. Mardirosian, M. Widing, M. Lantinen, J. Decker, A. Ackley, S. Munson, N. Graham, J. McGann, S. Senter. Fifth Row, left to right: B. Douglas, D. Baril, R. Donahue, R. Poole, E. Taylor, M. Lansian, M. Olsen, L. Peterson, G. Campbell, J. Erickson, M. Rand, M. Adams. Front Row, left to right: E. Wall, Mr. Barker, S. Morey, J. Butler. Second Row, left to right: J. Nordquist, K. Gowell, N. Lyman, P. Bissonette. Third Row, left to right: R. Rabinow, J. Prescott, J. Wisner, L. Parker. oruA This year Mr. Barre again did an excellent job in the direction of the chorus, both freshman-sophomore, and junior-senior sections. They gave two outstanding concerts during the year, which were enjoyed immensely by all who attended them. The members of this musically-minded group added greatly to the success of the school year. First Row, left to right: Mr. Houmerc, B. Bigelow, P. Rcdfield, P. Bicc, G. Prentice, Mr. Barrington. Second Row, left to right: J. Stevens, H. Blondin, J. Tuukanen, P. Wood, S. Sorblom, G. Taylor. Third Row, left to right: J. Carlson, P. Rond, H. Burnham, R. Bohn, B. Bjornlund, R. Ames. Fourth Row, left to right: 0. Sheldon, R. Pickett, J. Dean, N. Labossiere, S. Nelson, V. Gaw. Fifth Row, left to right: S. Smith, P. Taylor, D. Bigelow, C. Carney, J. Bigelow, C. Dufur. The Photography Club plays a large role in taking pictures of school functions, both social and athletic. The members of this club learn the correct use of cameras and developing equipment under the direction of Mr. Houmere and Mr. Barrington, and they have put this knowledge to good use, as shown by the number of fine reproductions they have turned out. These results have been posted periodically on the various bulletin boards throughout the school. The officers of this organization are President, Peter Bice; Vice-President, Gail Prentice; Treasurer, Bonnie Bigelow; and Secretary, Patricia Redfield. a emidtry C ful This organization is made up of enthusiastic students whose interests lie in the scientific fields. The group had various speakers who gave the members new ideas on scientific professions; other interesting highlights were movies, field trips, chemistry assembly, and work on special experiments. The club officers are Catherine Kristoff, president; William Cobb, vice-president; Iris Madirosian, secretary; Marsha Lantinen, treasurer; Ann Newell, reporter; Gordon MacPhee, librarian. The advisor is Mr. Mills. First Row, left to Fogg, I. Mardirosian row, left to right: H. Zottoli, J. Wilman Third Row, left to Newell, S. Kivisto, J. Fourth Row, left to Moore, W. Cobb, R. Fifth Row, left to Glister, R. Pickett, L. right: B. Bigelow, B. , C. Kristoff. Second Mr. Mills, F. Travis, , C. Clapp, P. Hague. right: J. Dean, A. Sperl, G. MacPhee. right: R. Adams, T. Munger, J. Grinkis. right: C. Hirst, R. Cobb, T. Cole. CLl °n The Biology Club under the supervision of Mrs. Smith has broadened its scope in the biological field. Not only have they conducted interesting laboratory demonstrations, but they also have undertaken successful field trips. The club officers are Rolph Glister, president; Janet Cole, vice-president; Carol Evans, secretary; Janet Crocco, treasurer. Front Row, left to right: S. Boulanger, J. Crocco, P. McCarthy, S. Alzapiedi, E. Deluca, Mrs. Smith, E. Knox. Second Row, left to right: J. Clough, M. Aho, J. Cole, C. Evans, S. Keogh, J. Stevens, N. Holmes, P. Naumnik, F. Barton. Third Row, left to right: R. Smith, E. Taylor, H. Davis, J. George, W. Maloney. Fourth Row, left to right: G. MacPhee, W. Cobb, R. Pickett, L. Cobb. Fifth Row, left to right: R. Glister, R. Janowski. rCilraru Cflfl) WifLJ CU Front Row, left to right: J. Prescott, P. Naumnik, K. Backstrom, C. Turner, M. Blanchard, V. Lundblad. Second Row, left to right: H. Conley, J. Tuukanen, C. Ruchala, M. Friel, D. Dalton, M. Wilson. Third Row, left to right: W. Lindquist, R. Lund, H. Davis, R. Lindquist, Mrs. Wadleigh. The members of the Library Club, under the direction of Mrs. Wadleigh, our fine librarian, do a great deal to make our library a room where everyone, students and faculty, may feel at home. They are always willing to lend a helpful hand to persons needing books and references, and have added a great deal to the educational facilities of our fine school library. Sl» CU The Ski Club was newly formed this year under the direction of Mrs. Smith, Mr. Houmere, and Mr. Bombard. Ski trips are among the activities planned by this club. Officers are: Co-Presidents, Bruce Bjornlund and Willard Waterhouse; Honorary President, James Cunningham; Treasurer, Bonnie Bigelow; Secretary, Ronald Wood. Front Row, left to right: D. Washburn, C. Robinson, G. Washburn, S. Rose, G. Swenson, B. Bigelow, M. Rand, S. Woodward, S. Keogh, J. Richardson. Second Row, left to right: Mr. Bombard, S. Anderson, S. Batcheldor, B. Steele, J. Gibson, B. Ruggles, J. Erickson, H. Zottoli, C. Dufur, Mrs. Smith. Third Row, left to right: J. Buxton, D. Webster, L. Parker, N. Lyman, R. Mason, S. Smith, J. Wilman, C. Berglund, J. Herpich, J. Smith, B. Hubbard, Mr. Houmere. Fourth Row, left to right: R. LaClaire, S. Tos|, V. Rist, T. Wilbur, L. Benson, N. Woodcock, G. Price, M. Miles, G. Tailor. Fifth Row, left to right: P. Rand, K. Fox, B. Bjornland, W. Waterhouse, J. Cunningham, D. Lantz, J. George, J. Wood, R. Rusden. Sixth Row, left to right: J. Cronholm, D Sjosten, D. Greene, G. Sears, B. Bagdesarian, A. Lemaire, R. Wood, G. Sherwin, B. Cushman, W. Currier. First Row, left to right: S. Rose, L. Parker, D. Webster, J. Butler, G. Taylor, S. Graham, M. Labossiere, J. Nordquist, G. Phillips, P. Wood, L. Ruggles, S. Arlin. Second Row, left to right: P. Johnson, C. Majewski, E. Gustafson, J. Tuukanen, J. Holmes, C. Berglund, S. Bacheldor, B. Steele, E. Anderson, J. Larson, M. Lantinen, M. Friel, G. Prentice. Third Row, left to right: D. Forrester, K. Simonds, E. Wall, J. Haney, R. Smith, L. Field, C. Hyland, H. Zottoli, I. Madirosian, J. Decker, S. Morey. Fourth Row, left to right: D. Coyle, J. Larson, N. Woodcock, N. Lyman, S. Kivisto, R. Pratley, D. Smith, M. Sinkewich, S. Nielsen, J. Johnson. Fifth Row, left to right: Miss Simpson, J. Lofgren, K. French, J. MacGregor, S. Sorblom, J. Gibson, Miss Russell. Under the leadership of its executive board and faculty advisors. Miss Simpson and Miss Russell, the Willard Club has prospered in many ways. During the past year the members have kept themselves busy with discussions and, of course, the annual homecoming party. The general purpose of the club is to inform the members about college and teaching. The officers are Gail Phillips, president; Lois Ruggles, vice-president; Jean Nordquist, secretary; Patricia Wood, treasurer; Shirley Arlin, historian. For the Spanish-minded students at Wachusett there is the Spanish Club, under the enthusiasm and informed leadership of Mrs. Caronna. At the club meetings, the students further their interest with Spanish dancing, a Spanish newspaper, a traditional Christmas party, and other varied activities throughout the year. The officers are Faith Wheeler, president; Kenneth Johnstone, first vice-president; Sara Kelton, second vice-president; Jean Richardson, secretary; Maureen Cove, treasurer. First Row, left to right: E. Vickery, L. Wilder, J. MacGregor, T. Boyce, F. Wheeler, M. Cove, S. Kelton, J. Richardson, K. Johnstone, L. Davey, Mrs. Caronna, M. Otto. Second Row, left to right: J. Gilchrest, J. Butler, D. Washburn, J. Kemp, J. Wilman, G. Prentice, C. Briggs, S. Koski, D. Forrester, K. Bigelow, E. Taylor. Third Row, left to right: R. Rabinow, J. Haney, J. Tuukanen, E. Adams, A. Curtis, D. Erickson, G. Bailey, K. Nelson, B. Hubbard, C. Robinson, P. Lemay. Fourth Row, left to right: R. Williams, W. Grinkis, C. Castendyke, W. Davis, C. Perry, R. Ames, R. Lane, D. Johnson, B. Kingdon. Fifth Row, left to right: P. Griffin, J. Reidy, L. LaCount, F. Rogers, W. Waterhouse, R. Lemoine, V. Gaw. First Row, left to right: K. Taylor, W. Cobb, J. Sperl, B. White, C. Clark, C. Blum, C. Rousseau, C. Clapp, A. Reid, J. Crosby, D. Granger, B. Aho, G. Crawford, B. Fogg, I. Mardirosian, Mrs. Bernier. Second Row, left to right: J. Lonergan, J. Friel, E. Hadda, E. Anderson, K. Kristoff, J. Decker, M. Frid, J. Wilman, N. Graham, H. Zottoli, B. Hubbard, P. Mann, S. McLeod, J. Listowich, L. Kliphouse, Mr. Foley. Third Row, left to right: M. Ikalainen, K. James, D. Dalton, M. Gowell, M. Dunnigan, L. Hamilton, K. French, R. Pratley, S. Kivisto, J. Cole, M. Kincner, M. Lorenz, M. Abbott, C. Evans, R. Zimmerman. Fourth Row, left to right: V. Rist, R. Chestna, J. Drawbridge, R. Smith, C. Edlin, P. Hague, P. White, D. Phillips, V. Brennan, B. Reid, J. Torrent, C. Taylor, C. Carney, J. Hinckley. Fifth Row, left to right: A. Tuukanen, R. Coyle, M. Travis, L. Bracey, J. Cronholm, J. Cole, E. Blanchard, H. French, D. McKenna, L. Cobb, B. MacPhee, B. Bell. Sixth Row, left to right: R. Corey, R. Clemence, W. Crosby, E. Bracebridge, J. Wood, B. Barber. rsCatin ( lul The Latin Club is an organization which has many activities on its schedule. The most popular of these is the Roman Banquet, which is held annually. Club members and invited guests look forward to this event with increasing anticipation. The officers of this club, which is connected with the Junior Classical League, are as follows: President, William Cobb; Secretary, Judith Sperl; Treasurer, Kenneth Taylor. The advisors are Mrs. Bernier and Mr. Foley. French First Row, left to right: B. Pearson, D. Forrester, D. Coyle, H. Zottoli, K. Simonds, J. Nordquist, S. Morey, C. Clapp, J. Wilman, S. Dionne, A. Newell, F. Kristoff. Second Row, left to right: N. Woodcock, C. Majewski, L. Parker, E. Gustafson, E. Wall, S. Graham, M. Friel, J. Decker, L. Field, P. Miles, M. Lantinen, Mary Blanchard. Third Row, left to right: F. Travis, D. Washburn, Lv Waterhouse, E. Anderson, S. Bacheldor, B. Steele, j. Jeffrey, R. Gaw, J. Day, D. Smith, G. Phillips, M. L. Rand. Fourth Row, left to right: R. Prattley, S. Kivisto, J. Cole, J. Holmes, S. Slater, Marilyn Blanchard, A. Bernier, S. Putnam, A. Reid, J. Cosby, A. Lindberg. Fifth Row, left to right: J. Clough, B. Knox, P. Wood, D. Mayo, L. Ruggles, J. Larson, J. Gibson, Miss Clark. Last Row, left to rght: J. Smith, R. Davis, P. Flanagan, T. Moore, R. Donahue, C. MacPhee, D. Swanson, J. Wadsworth. Under the supervision of Miss Clark, the seventy members of the French Club conducted the first French banquet to be held at Wachusett. The offices are as follows: President, Katharine Simonds; Vice-President, Jean Nordquist; Secretary, Dorothy Paquette; Treasurer, Helen Zottoli. TtCftWEBS n r First Row, left to right: Mr. Gribouski, Advisor; L. Downer, reporter; R. Douthwrighf, Sec.; W. Wood, Chaplain; R. Holt, President; R. Lowe, Treasurer; R. Carey, Sentinel; Mr. Warren, Advisor. Second Row, left to right: J. Hammer, R. Nelson, D. LaClair, J. Lawrence, J. Nourse, J. Kristoff, S. Adams. Third Row, left to right: D. Hardy, P. Fitch, S. Fitch, R. Morrow, R. Johnson, F. Lund, H. Lowe. Fourth Row, left to right: J. Nystrom, G. Leroux, R. Wagner, D. Zimmerman, Vice-Pres.; R. Anderson, N. Jones, S. Ruchala. future 3, armerd of Jit meric a This organization is one of the busiest at Wachusett. Under the supervision of Mr. Warren and Mr. Gribouski, these twenty-seven Future Farmers of America set up and attend many farm programs, take numerous field trips, and sponsor dances held at the school. Many of the members are winners of prizes throughout New England in their chosen field of agriculture. President Richard Holt, Vice-President David Zimmerman, Secretary Ronda Douthwright, and Treasurer Robert Lowe are the leaders of the local chapter, which is closely associated with state and national organizations. Front Row, left to right: Mrs. Gaw, R. Smith, M. Johnson, J. Main, S. Nisi, J. Redtield, J. Scales, D. O ' Brien. Second Row, left to right: Mrs. Eames, C. Ruchala, M. O ' Day, M. Martelli, M. Boisvert, J. Tuukanen, K. Gowell, A. Boisvert, S. Erickson. Third Row, left to right: Mrs. Makepiece, J. Hanson, C. Narva, M. Harris, N. Taylor, D. Burroughs, C. Hultin, N. Mahlberg, S. Dionne, G. Curtis. Fourth Row, left to right: H. Sjoberg, N. Garvreau, J. Fife, V. Holt, S. Oquist, J. Sheldon, B. Ecdeston, P. Hill, N. Wilson. Fifth Row, left to right: L. Bowen, J. Stevens, J. Jatrinski, N. Holmes, D. Nelson, M. Cognoni, C. Holmes, G. Green, P. Nomnik. Sixth Row, left to right: S. Norquist, B. Boulanger, M. Holopainen, J. Gordon, L. Lewis, M. Maloney, D. Shakespeare, L. Wilder, J. Backstrom. JJom cm ci hers One of our newest organizations, the Homemakers Club, under the capable direction of Mrs. Gaw, has become very successful in its endeavors. During the past year the members have made cookies at Christmas for the Rutland Tuberculosis Hospital, along with various other activities. The officers are Judith Main, president; Sandra Nisi, first vice-president; Suzann Fisher, second vice-president; Marilyn Johnson, secretary; Phyllis Northrup, treasurer. eer Front Row, left to right: D. Coyle, D. Mayo, J. Burzenski, E. Anderson. Second Row, left to right: D. Smith, S. Nisi, S. Smith. Third Row, left to right: K. Lundquist, M. Forrester, S. Okerstrom, S. Parsons, L. Pelletier, S. Hilsinger. Front Row, left to right: C. Maki, R. Schofield, B. Lone, W. Henson, B. Kingdon, R. Lindfors, J. Cunningham, B. Barr, G. Brodeur, D. Labossiere, B. Kaminski. Center Row, left to right: Asst. Coach Wm. Griffin, B. Urquhart, C. Perry, W. Currier, E. Oberg, W. Wagner, J. Bacon, J. Larson, A. Lemaire, B. Zinno, R. Kingdon, B. Edwards, Coaoch A. Pinto, Back Row, left to right: C. Castendyk (manager), R. Granberg (manager), R. Kimball, D. Hammond, J. George, W. Davis, V. Rist, J. Sears, J. Waskiewicz, R. Henderson, J. Cortes, D. Burbank, C. Belanger (manager). u ariiti With the opening of school in September, many of the boys ' interests turned to football. A squad of 45 boys was practicing daily under the direction of Coach Arnold Pinto and his new assistant Mr. William Griffin. The Mountaineers began the season against Westboro in an abbreviated contest at the annual Worcester County jamboree at Whitinsville. Wachusett drove to within 8 inches of a touchdown before they were halted by the halftime whistle. The teams battled evenly the rest of the way and the contest ended in a scoreless tie. Wachusett opened the regular season at home against Worcester Classical High on Sept. 28. Wachusett scored twice in the second period and once in the third period and held on to win 20-14. Touchdowns were scored by Jerry Brodeur and Bruce Kingdon. The next week the Mountaineers enter tained the powerful Gardner Wildcats at home. The Wachusett offense could never get rolling, and Gardner scored twice in the second period and once in the third period and won 20-0 in a hard fought contest. In the third game of the season Wachusett traveled to Assump¬ tion Prep. Most of the game was a closely fought see-saw battle. Assumption scored the only touchdown in the second period on a short plunge through the line and triumphed 7-0. On the next Saturday the team traveled to Auburn. After a scoreless first half the Mountaineers led by the fine quarterbacking of Roger Lindfors and running of John Waskiewicz and Bruce Kingdon, scored 26 points and won easily 26-6. The hard hitting line led by Jim Cunningham, Ward Henson, and John Larson con¬ tained Auburn ' s offensive thrusts and opened wide holes for the Mountaineers ' backs. ootbci On the second Saturday in a ro w, Wachusett was again on the road, this time to Tantasqua Regional in Sturbridge. The game was called at the end of 2 periods because of the heavy rain and muddy field with Wachusett leading 26-0. In the sixth game of the season Wachusett moved home and played a good St. Bernard ' s team from Fitchburg. Wachusett led at the half 9-0 on a touchdown by Jerry Brodeur and a safety caused by the fine defensive work of Ron Schofield. In the second half Wachusett power took over and two touchdowns were scored by Roger Lindfors and Bruce Kingdon. Ron Schofield kicked 3 extra points and Wachusett won 23-0. The last home game was played against a strong, fast Mary E. Wells team from Southbridge. Wells was undefeated and Wachusett found no disgrace in losing 26-6. The next week, Wachusett traveled to Shrewsbury to play the Colonials in a game that was previously postponed. Shrewsbury was really up for the game and they won the hard-fought contest, 19-13, with a touchdown in the last 50 seconds. Letter winners were, seniors: Co-captains Roger Lindfors, Jim Cunningham and Bruce Kingdon. Also, Bob Barr, Jerry Brodeur, Ward Henson, Dick Labossiere, Bill Lane, Ken Johnstone, Bill Kaminski, Ron Schofield. Juniors: Bill Zinno, John Larson, and Wayne Wagner. Sophomores: John Waskiewicz and Dave Ham¬ mond. Managers: Chuck Belanger and Ron Granberg. The school spirit at all the games was a tremendous improve¬ ment over the previous year. Many thanks should go to the cheer¬ leaders and the student body. Left to right: Bruce Kingdon, Roger Lindfors, Jim Cunningham. ( o-C aptaini Left to right: Gerry Brodeur, Ronnie Henderson, Roger Lindfors, John Waskie¬ wicz, Bruce Kingdon. Left to right: Bill Kaminski, Bob Barr, Dick Labossiere, Bill Lane, Ronnie Scho¬ field, Jim Cunningham. From left top of " W " to right: Linda Field, Elaine Adams, Betty Steele, Gerry Connors, Lois Ruggles, Elaine Wall, Dottie Mayo, co-captain, Judy Gibson, Dianne Webster, Mary Martelli, Lynn Pelletier, Mrs. Moulton (coach), Jan Holmes, Joyce Larson, Diann Coyle, Gail Phillips, Carol Majewski, co-captain, Kathy Simonds, Faith Wheeler, Cecile Hyland, Judy Decker, Margie Hodgson. Vanity i{ (d - Mock Q-J Front Row, left to right: C. Baker, Miss Costa, D. Phillips. Second Row, left to right: K. Lundquist, L. George, S. Oakes, S. Brown, J. Clough, B. Ruggles, J. Gibson, M. Novak, G. Swenson, M. Larson, R. Pielasczyk. Third Row, left to right: J. Erickson, D. Anderson, J. Torrant, P. White, L. Wall, P. Jollin, W. Byron, M. Forrester, M. L. Rand, L. Donway. Several weeks after the beginning of school in September 1957 the girls ' field hockey practices began. The turn-out was excellent and following a few weeks of " getting into shape " exercises a varsity squad, consisting of 22 members, was selected. The 12 senior ir.embers of this 1957 Field Hockey Squad were Diann Coyle, Judy Gibson, Joyce Larson, Carol Majewski (co-captain), Mary Martelli, Dot Mayo (Co-captain), Gail Phillips, Lois Ruggles, Kathy Simonds, Elaine Wall, Dianne Webster, and Faith Wheeler; the juniors were Elaine Adams, Sue Anderson, Gerry Connor, Judy Decker, Linda Field, Margie Hodgson, Janice Holmes, Cecile Hyland, Betty Steele; and one sophomore, Lynn Pelletier. The Wachusett Field Hockey season officially got underway on September 19 when the team played their first game against Milbury at home. The Wachusett girls marched on to a 3-0 victory over their opponents. The next week, the Wachusett girls faced Shrewsbury at home where they fought rewardingly to a 2-1 decision for Wachusett. This proved to be one of Wachusett ' s toughest opponents. On October 2 the team served as host to Leominster and the game ended in a 4-0 victory for Wachusett. October 10 saw the team face to face with the Gardner team on home grounds. The game proved another victory for Wachusett. Four days later the girls traveled to Northbridge where they defeated an inexperienced team in a 7-0 score. That same week they again were lined up on the Shrews¬ bury field for a 1-0 decision for our girls. On October 22, the team played its toughest game of the season at Gardner. Both teams battled to a 1-1 tie score. The last game of the season saw Milbury here at Wachusett ■which proved to be another victory for the home team with the score 1-0. We are proud to say that the Wachusett Varsity team has made an undefeated record of 7 victories and 1 tied game. The J. V. ' s also had a very successful season with 6 victories, one tied game, and one loss. We would like to take this opportunity to thank both coaches, Mrs. Moulton and Miss Costa, for their much needed help this season and also our thanks to our faithful managers, Nancy Lyman and Dianne Forrester. We hope that next year ' s season will also prove to be as successful as ours has been—Best of luck, kids! J. .Jlochey ( 3oij 3 d ashetlaii junior ' Uariitty Sc ucid Left to right: R. Coyle, E. Blanchard, K. Cross, C. Perry, J. Waskiewicz, R. Wagner, Mr. Lengas, P. Karlson, J. Larson, V. Rist, R. Kingdon, W. Perry, J. Decker. Uarditu ' quad First Row, left to right: W. Zinno, G. Brodeur, M. Power. Second Row, left to right: B. Phillips, Mr. Sell, W. Congdon, R. Hughes. Third Row, left to right: R. Majewski, H. Hiller, P. Flanagan. Fourth Row, left to right: B. Kingdon, J. Ka- pulka. During the 1957-58 season, the Mountaineers compiled one of the best records ever made by a Wachusett basketball squad. The team captured the Central Worcester County League Championship with a 5 and 1 record, and posted an overall record of 13 wins and 6 losses. Led by captain Bruce Kingdon, the team defeated Auburn, Shrewsbury, Spencer, and Clinton twice, and split with Northbridge and Webster. In single contests, the Mountaineers defeated Commerce High of Worcester, and lost to Fitchburg High and Assump¬ tion Prep of Worcester. The team participated in the Clark University Tournament after the regular season. They defeated Mill- bury and lost to Spencer, the eventual champions, and to Northbridge in a game which went into overtime. The senior members of the team were: Joe Kapulka, Hank Hiller, Gerry Brodeur, Paul Flanagan, and captain Bruce Kingdon. (jirlA UarAitif aihetba It D earn Center: J. Larson, co-captain. Sitting, from left to right: J. Gibson, E. Wall, C. Hyland, G. Brennan, L. Benson, M. Otto, Mgr. D. Webster, M. Hodgson, F. Travis, G. Connor, G. Price, D. Coyle, J. Decker, B. Hubbard, B. Fogg. Q J EUelUt QiJ’s Vanity Sc cored Hudson at Wachusett.W 30-25 Wachusett at Fitchburg.W 59-12 Shrewsbury at Wachusett.W 42-32 Wachusett at Northbridge.W 52-33 Wachusett at Spencer.W 59-33 Wachusett at Shrewsbury.W 49-46 Northbridge at Wachusett.W 46-37 Wachusett at Hudson.W 41-24 Spencer at Wachusett.W 42-24 an tot Uardit Sc uciA First Row, left to right: S. Brown, S. Taylor, L. Pelletier. Second Row, left to right: V. Ackley, N. Waddell, E. Ford, M. Novak. Third Row, left to right: M. Follansbee, J. Hinckley, L. MacDuff, S. Slater. Fourth Row, left to right: G. Swenson, B. Takala, N. Gra¬ ham, N. Cox. Fifth Row, left to right: D. An¬ derson, J. Torrant, L. Wall, D. Phillips. Co-Captains Joyce Larson and Carol Majewski Early in December the girls ' basketball practices began. After a few weeks of rug¬ ged practice the varsity squad was chosen as follows: Joyce Larson and Carol Majew¬ ski, co-captains; Linda Benson, Diann Coyle, Judy Gibson, Gail Price, Elaine Wall, Gerry Connor, Judy Decker, Betty Fogg, Margie Hodgson, Betty Hubbard, Cecile Hyland, Faith Travis, Martha Otto, and Ginny Bren¬ nan. This year, as last, the girls finished the season undefeated. Joyce Larson had a total of 155 points in nine games, an average of 17.2 points per game. Our thanks to both Mrs. Moulton and Miss Costa for their excellent c oaching, and also to the managers, Nancy Lyman and Dianne Webster, for all their help this season. First Row, left to right: P. Harrington, T. Cunningham, D. Hardy, D. Dionne, K. Taylor, W. Waterhouse. Second Row, left to right: R. Willey, J. Bacon, R. Provost, D. Flagg, C. Eames. Third Row, left to right: B. Lund, B. Zinno, W. Currier, R. Kingdon, J. Waskiewicz, J. Cunning¬ ham. Fourth Row, left to right: C. Anderson, B. Kingdon, J. Larson, D. Fraser, R. Schofield, J. Mardin, R. Abbott. Si iprincj. This year Mr. Theriault, as coach of Spring Track, turned out a fine squad. His team compiled a fine record in meets with teams from many of the sur¬ rounding towns. Seniors returning from last year were Will Waterhouse, Jim Cunningham, and Ron Schofield. Si coreri From left to right: R. Abbott, B. Day, G. Sherwin, R. Flagg, B. Lund. The cross-country team, in its first year of competition, compiled an enviable record. They defeated Oxford, Cole Trade of Southbridge, St. Louis of Fitchburg, St. Johns, Spencer, West Boylston, Worcester Tech Freshmen, Mary Wells of Southbridge, and in the Wachusett Invitational placed second as a team. Bob Lund, co-captain, was not defeated during the regular season, and placed fourth in the Knights of Columbus race run in Worcester. The other harriers who were constant point getters are: Co-capt. Dick Flagg, Bob Day, Jerry Sherwin, and Dick Abbott. CO-CAPTAINS Richard Flagg and Bob Lund. 3Jt SrccL First row, left to right: B. Lund, W. Helle, F. Wandland, B. Day, A. Silver, D. Flagg. Second Row, left to right: Mr. Theriault, P. Harrington. R. Johnson, J. Elmendorf, K. Taylor, R. Hopper, J. Lon- dergan, P. Morrissey, D. Walton. Third Row , left to right: G. Sherwin, R. Abbott, J. March, P. Carlson, R. Bryngleson, C. Belanger, R. Macy. rjCeaJi £ orpc um er Fifst Row, from left to right: B. Urquehart, B. Kingdon, R. LaBossiere, P. Helle, L. Hooper, R. Schofield, R. Day, J. Kapulka Second Row, left to right: H. Raymond, W. Currier, P. Marios, R. Glister, J. Cunningham, R. Marsh, G. Brodeur, B. O ' Hearn, W Zinno. Third Row, left to right: J. Bacon, W. Lane, R. Abbott, J. Carlson, W. Henson, T. Migdelany, R. Majewski, J. Larson, E Taylor. The baseball team, under the fine coaching of Mr. Ream, compiled an excellent record. This year ' s team showed great spirit and desire as well as ex¬ cellent ability. Lettermen re¬ turning from last year were: Joe Kapulka, Hank Hiller, Ger¬ ry Brodeur, Ken Johnstone, John Zelansky, Dave Ham¬ mond, Ed Manly, Jim Kelley, and Bobby Day. First Row, left to right: P. Downer, H. Hiller, J. Kapulka, S. Amidon, D. Perry, F. Jennette. Second Row, left to right: R. Roberti, G. Brodeur, K. Johnstone, J. Zelan- ski, R. Sanders. Third Row, left to right: Mgr. R. Barr, D. Hammond, E. Manley, Mgr. P. Ackels, J. Kelley, R. Day. Ithlelic (Council The student members of the Athletic Council are chosen from the Varsity Clubs, and for this year were: Roger Lindfors, Joyce Larson, Carol Majewski, and Jim Cunningham. The faculty mem¬ bers were Mr. Daniels, Mr. Pinto, Mr. Theriault, Mr. Ream, Mr. Sell, and Mrs. Moulton. The purpose of the council is to improve the ath¬ letic situation. , intramural Clul " icerA Pres. Maureen Cove, Treas. Judy Decker, Sec. Linda Field, Vice Pres. Cecile Hyland. Vice Pres. Jim Cunningham, Treas. Ward Henson, Pres. Bruce Kingdon, Sec. Bill Zinno. in tram ura t CLL The Girl ' s Intramural Club is open to any girl interested in athletic activities. The members of this active and worthwhile group are divided into cell groups each electing a captain. Each cell group has its turn planning a meet¬ ing and taking care of the gym bulletin board. Sports sponsored by this club include basketball, badminton, and volleyball. The members of the Boy ' s Intramural Club take charge of the entire Intramural Sports Program for boys at Wa- chusett. They do the planning, make all the arrangements, and then do all the hard work, for such programs as: horse¬ shoes, basketball, touch football, volleyball, and softball. Trophies or plaques are given to the winning team in each section, and are placed in the trophy cabinet for all to observe. This group of hard working young men has made it possible for every boy in the school to take part in the sport of his choice. (jirlA ' Uardity Clul First Row, left to right: G. Price, J. Larson, B. Hubbard. Second Row, left to right: F. Wheeler, C. Hyland, D. Cooke, G. Brennan, J. Decker. Third Row, left to right: D. Webster, D. Mayo, E. Wall, M. Martelli, L. Ruggles, B. Fogg, Mrs. Moulton. dioi A an J QirL ’ Varsitu CLL The boys ' and girls ' Varsity Clubs, working together, this year took complete charge of the refreshments, check room, and dances at the boys ' basketball games. The clubs also sponsored the first annual alumni basketball game ever to be held at Wachusett. Both the boys ' and girls ' varsity teams were pitted against strong opponents, but neither alumni team could stand up under the rapid pace, and finally went down in defeat. The girls ' club, led by Carol Majewski, president; Joyce Larson, vice president; Gail Price, secretary; and Betty Hubbard, treasurer; consisted of fourteen girls, all of whom did their best to uphold the ideals set forth in their code. The boys ' club also did a great deal to im¬ prove the athletic situation at Wachusett. Their officers were: Bruce Kingdon, president; Jim Cunningham, vice president; Gerry Brodeur, treas¬ urer; and Bill Zinno, secretary. 13oy 4 ' UarAity CLl y First Row, left to right: D. LaBossiere, B. Kingdon, J. Cunningham, G. Brodeur, B. Zinno, R. Schofield, R. Henderson. Second Row, left to right: Mr. Sell, B. Lane, D. Abbott, S. Bailey, G. Sherwin. Third Row, left to right: W. Henson, R. Lindfors, H. Hiller, P. Carlson. tans From left to right: Mr. Harrington, Mr. Daigle, Mr. Fiske, Mr, Campbell, Mr. Listowich, Mrs. Lundquist, Mr. McKinstry. From left to right: Dietician Mrs. Kirby, Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Keyala, Mrs. Manchester, Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Pad- dock, Mrs. Okerstrom, Mrs. Lindberg, Mrs. Heiniluoma. _____ v v 1 fl 1 f ■I m r d C ourt ' ueen an Diane Smith, Nancy Maenpaa, Barbara Hutchins, and Sue Thomas. Our lovely Queen, Nancy Maen paa, and her escort, Walter Gun derman. lender ZJli e — 3 • • • oon ' ueen an Sandy Nisi, Nancy Maenpaa, Diane Smith, Janice Lundin, Diann Coyle. ' ueen an Diane Smith and Ken Engvall We, the editors of the Wachusett ' 58, would like to thank our outstanding staff for the many hours and the hard work that they contributed in making the yearbook. In particular, we would like to say a very special " thank you " to the following people for the extra time and effort they kindly gave to make this book possible: MRS. FRANCES C. CREAMER, officially business advisor, but who helped all of us through the many difficult times with her infinite patience and understanding. MR. RALPH J. WADSWORTH, whose hard work and perseverence made the writing and proof-reading of the copy so much easier. MR. GREGORY F. BOWES, for his guidance and suggestions to the art staff, making the continuity of our book possible. MR. JOHN BUSHONG, Bushong Studios, Worcester, for making an interesting and amusing job of picture-taking, which otherwise would have been very tedious. GAIL PRENTICE, our Art Editor, whose clever ideas, hard work, and creative handling of the art staff have been an invaluable asset. ALAN GORMLY, ‘ CATHY KRISTOFF, and the rest of the business managers who outdid themselves in bringing in ads and boosters. We hope that you will always cherish this yearbook, and in the future when you read it, it will remind you of your four successful years at Wachusett. Lois Ruggles Ward Henson Co-editors, Wachusett ' 58 76 THREAD ROLLING DIES THREAD ROLLING MACHINES KNURLS-THREAD ROLLS THREAD ROLLING ATTACHMENTS ★ REED ROLLED THREAD DIE CO. Holden, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF SPRING HILL ORCHARD RICHARD B. 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