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

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Wachusett Regional High School Annual 371.8 MOU 1964 441 Wachusett Reg. H.S. Library IsOachus eii 1964 ( )achuseli ' Regional Jligh School issacfj use Is I 1 1 . mr iv M I | , BriSs B V 1 ■ .— . »«« ,J w w -4- w, % • J i f‘ •?. 1 f f| f | JW, U E k • .f % . ,-. jf- .t ' MElt L -£ ’ .■ 5 :r 3RR5 I ' - ' - " ' ‘ 1 % i 4 1 " % : fl S ' s • 5 L ! j 37 % TABLE OF CONTENTS • DEDICATION • ADMINISTRATION • FACULTY • SENIORS • ORGANIZATIONS • ATHLETICS • CANDID S • ADVERTISERS Dedication The Class of 1964 does proudly dedicate its Yearbook to a woman who, as a teacher, counselor, and friend has devoted much of her career to fashioning our student community. It is through her unselfish efforts that understanding and co-operation be¬ tween our student body and administration have been furthered. For your fine leadership and warm sincerity we, the Class of 1964, wish to express our love and appreciation by de dicatin g, our book to you, Mrs. Hamilton. 4 . To the Members of the Class of 1964: By the time you receive this yearbook you will very nearly have completed your high school career here at Wachusett. I sincerely hope it has been a satisfying and profitable one. You are graduating from one of the finest high schools in this, or any other, state. If you have used your time here to good ad¬ vantage, you should have no fear of the future regard¬ less of what you are planning to do. I certainly hope every one of you will have a most successful career. Best wishes to all of you, MR. NEAL T. SKILLINGS Principal MRS. PEARL SMITH MRS. MARIANE CAREY MRS. ELIZABETH CHANDLER g|3£= tcsg@) W:-.- V To the Class of 1964: I trust that the four years you spent at the Wachusett Regional High School have been both pleasant and profitable. You have reached a crucial stage of your life, where you must contemplate the next step to meet the challenges of a rapidly developing technological world. To take your rightful place in such a world, you should seriously plan to further your formal education. The teachers and your parents have strived diligently to arouse within you an educational spark of curiosity. Let nr obstacle become insurmountable as you move toward your goal in life. May God’s blessings follow you all the days of your life. Sincerely yours, •. ... • -V- : «2HI raff • ' -- MR. MARTIN F. WHITE Assistant Principal MRS. SHIRLEY BJORNLUND Two thousand five hundred years ago, Confucius gave his students some advice which is just as pertinent today as it was then, I recommend his wisdom to the Class of 1964 and hope, when the time comes; that you will choose as did Robert Frost, the path that will ' make all the difference.’ It matters not what you learn; but when you once learn a thing, you must never give it up until you have mastered it. It matters not what you inquire into; but when you inquire into a thing, you must never give it up until you have thoroughly understood it. It matters not what you try to think out; but when you once try to think out a thing, you must never give it up until you have gotten what you want. It matters not what you try to carry out; but when you once try to carry out a thing, you must never give it up until you have done it thoroughly and well. Charles L. Bowlby Superintendent of Schools SCHOOL COMMITTEE SEATED: Mr. William Lionett; Mrs. Avis Bourne; Mr. David P. Atkins, Chairman; Mrs. Arlene Johnson; Mr. Bruce N. Smith, Secretary STANDING: Mr. Arnold C. Weller, Jr.; Mr. Attillio Alinovi; Mr. Francis X. Lambert; Mr. Byron S. Davis; Mr. C. Wesley-Ding- 8 man; Mr. Osgood J. Whittemore, Jr.; Mr. Reginald J. Smith. MR. SPENCER POTTER Assistant Superintendent of Schools GUIDANCE Mr. Henry Miles, Miss Doris Guertin, Mr. Charles W. Bartlett, Mr. Wayland Davis MRS • -.VT?. ARA DUGGAN _ __ r • ,:V ' f. • ' • ?|PSp: • ■:- MUSIC Mr. Barre ART Mr. Bowes LIBRARY Mrs. Wadleigh NURSE Mrs. Brown SPECIAL CLASS INSTRUCTOR Mr. Gilmore II E NGLISH SEATED: Mrs. Dunlop, Mr. Fitzger¬ ald, Mrs. Browning BUSINESS Mrs. Berryman, Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Coughlin, Mr. Bouvier, Mrs. Sears, Mr. Athanas, Mrs. Olson ENGLISH SEATED: Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Hayman, Mrs. Jareckie, Miss Virmastu, Miss Carlin STANDING: Mr. Morey, Mr. Theriault, Mrs. Erickson, Mr. Sewall, Mr. Clemmer AGRICULTURE STANDING: Mr. Phelps, Mr. Hay- man, Miss Sellig, Mr. Taussig, Miss Christmas Mr. Gribouski Mr. Warren SOCIAL STUDIES SEATED: Mr. Ljungberg, Mrs. Hamilton STANDING: Mr. Lengas, Mr. Minasian, Mrs. Clemmer, Mr. Miner, Mr. Stratton, Mr. Ryan, Mr. Tarkiainen, Mr. Lindberg ECONOMICS Mrs. Makepeace 13 PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mr. Snelson Mr. Swanson Mr. Morin MATHEMATICS SEATED: Mr. Matthews, Miss Lundstrom, Mrs. Rowell, Mr. Morin STANDING: Mr. Bergmann, Mr. Jennette, Mr, Gillberg, Mrs. Creamer, Mr. Kane, Mr. Yonker, Mr. King PHYSICAL EDUCATION Miss Baxter Mrs. Moulton; Miss Gammel FIRST ROW: Mrs. Biller, Mr. Sciar- rone, Mr. Foley SECOND ROW: Miss Elms, Mrs. Bernier, Mrs. Horgan, Mrs. Kuz- iniec THIRD ROW: Mrs. Ives, Mrs. Coron- na, Mrs. Bird SCIENCE Mrs. Coolidge, Mrs. Perry, Mrs. Phelps, Mr. McGrail, Mr. Daniels, Mr. Mills, Mr. Spakauskas, Mr. Brackeen INDUSTRIAL ARTS Mr. Lanciani, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Rayner, Mr. Houmere, Mr. Battye w o NORMAN WAYNE ANDERSON 268 Shrewsbury Street, Holden " The study of mathematics begins in minuteness but ends in magnificence.” Meteorologist . . steak . . light blue . . (This crazy thing!) Coin Club 3, 4; Radio Club 3. 4. ROY FREDERICK ANDERSON 84 Arizona Avenue, Holden " Sorry, girls, he ' s taken.” Math teacher . . red . . sports . . coin collecting . . " Mickey’s Monkey” . . (Hey! no kidding.) Football 1, 2; Baseball 2; Track 1; Slide Rule Club 3; Chess Club 3 (Secretary); Coin Club 3; Radio Club 3 (Treasurer); Gym Leader Corps 1, 2, 3, 4. SANDRA ALICE ANDERSON 21 Cook Street, Holden " A friend she is whose face will never change. " Sandy” . . blue . . shopping . . fried clams . Go” . . (Tee-hees 1) Majorettes. . hairdresser . . " Let’s SUSAN JEAN ANDERSON Juniper Lane, Holden " He who lives without folly is not as wise as he thinks.” Sue . . sports . . roast beef . . blue . . music . . (Whoa, snappa!) Speech Club 1; J.V. Field Hockey 1; J.V. Basketball 1, 2; Home¬ room Representative 2, 3; Basketball 3. 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4 (Captain 4); Thespian Club 2, 3, 4 (President 4); Yearbook Staff 4; Latin Club 1; Future Teachers of America 3; Honor Roll 1, 2; Library 3, 4 (Treasurer 3); Pep Squad 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. CLAUDIA LEE ALLISON 46 Dorothy Avenue, Holden " Emotion is the spark plug that gets action. " Skiing . . tennis . . hot fudge sundaes . . scientist . . blue “M.G.” Honor Roll 1; High Honor Roll 2, 3; National Honor Society 3. 4; J.V. Hockey 1; J.V. Basketball 1; Intramural Club 1; Homeroom Representative 1; Varsity Hockey 2, 3; Latin Club 1, 2, 3; Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3; Library Club 1, 2, 3 (Vice-President 2, President 3); Pep Squad 2, 3; Future Teachers of America 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Chess Club 3 (Vice-President 3); Biology Club 2 (yice-President); Yearbook Staff 4; Echo Staff 1, 2, 3; Current Affairs Club 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Senior Play Cast 4; Showboat 3, 4; Biology Science Fair 2 (Third Place); Dilettante Club 4; Monitor 4; National Thespian Society 4. JOHN PETER ALLISON 24 Putnam Lane, Holden " It is a high advantage for a wise man not to seem wise.” " John” . . mathematics . . blue . . sports . . ice cream. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Current Affairs Cub 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 2; Spring Track 3; Football 4; Homeroom Representative 4; Math Club 2; Problem Solving Club 2; Slide Rule Club 3; Intra¬ mural Volleyball 2; Gym Leader Corps 4; Winter Track 4. RONALD GEORGE ALMSTROM 140 Bullard Street, Holden " Live as if you were to die tomorrow.” " Ron” . . roast beef . . red . . skating . . boating . . swimming . . " Blue Velvet.” Football 1; Intramural Volleyball 3, 4. KENNETH PAUL ANDERSON 3 North Street, Holden " Is he wise enough to play the fool?” " Louis” . . steak . . red . . girls . . pool . . bowling . . tennis .. . . " Oh, Donna” . . (I doubt it.) Intramurals 1, 2; Freshman Football. PATRICIA ANN BATES 28 Edge Wood Drive, Holden " A carefree, jovial way she has.” " Patsy” .. hairdresser .. blue .. clothes .. lobster .. dancing., skating . . boys . . " Let ' s Go” . . (Oh, my word! !) May Court 3; Senior Play Production 4; Prom Committee 3; Intra¬ mural Club 1. PAUL ANTHONY BATES 28 Edge Wood Drive, Holden " Work fascinates me—I can sit and watch it for hours. " Golf . . blue . . service . . steak .. " Surfer Joe. " Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN ROBERT ARNOTT 19 Forestdale Road, Paxton " It is difficult to keep quiet if you have nothing to do.” " Jack” . . blue . . cars . . quiet . . steak . . (What do you want?) PRISCILLA CHASE AUSTIN 318 Holden Street, Holden " God put upon my lips a song. " " Pris” . . interior decorating . . folk music . . coffee . . Maine . . Pittsfield . . soloist. Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Choral Group 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4 (Program Committee Chairman 4); Yearbook Staff 4 ; Thespian Society 4; Senior Play Cast 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; French Honor Society 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 3); Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT SPENCER BABB 14 Spring Drive, Paxton " School? I guess it is a necessary evil.” " Bob” . . blue . . cars . . steak . . engineer . . pool. GARY DER BAGDASARIAN 370 South Main Street, Holden " Never in a hurry, never has a care.” " Baggs” . . industrial designer . . red . . pool . . Italian food . . girls . . " He ' s A Walking Miracle.” Spanish Club 1, 2; Football 1, 2; Speech Club 1, 2. KATHRYN WHITTIER BARBER 189A Highland Street, Holden " The good and wise lead quiet lives.” " Kathy” . . clinical psychologist . . pineapples . . blue . . folk music .. reading.. " Marseillaise " .. (Think!) Latin Club 1, 2, 3; French Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 3; Future Nurses’ Club 3; Chess Club 3. CAROLYN JOSEPHINE BARTEK 9 Highland Park Road, Rutland " A cheerful disposition is a gift of the gods.” Teacher . . lobster . . reading . . blue . . " More.” Monitor 3; Banking Representative 2; Yearbook Staff 4. ' KATHLEEN ELEANOR BEAN 32 Steele Street, Holden " Flirtation is the basis of a womanly nature.” " Kath” ' .. dancing .. miniature animals .. lobster Love You the Way You Are " . . (You’re Kidding?) Business Club 4. WILLIAM PETER BEDDARD Fisher Road, Holden " Then he will talk. Ye gods, how he will talk.” " Bill” . . coins . . chess . . science . . steak . . blue . . " Moon River " .. (You wouldn ' t kid me, would you?) Assumption Prep 1; Largo High School 2; Football 1, 2, J; Chess Club 1, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Bowling Team 1; French Club 2; Speech Club 2; Spring Track 3, 4; Stamp and Coin Club 3, 4 (President 3, 4); Berg Science Seminar 3, 4; Science Fair (Honorable Mention) 3. ALAN CLIFFTON RUSSELL BELL 170 Main Street, Holden " He never worries and seldom hurries.” " Ding Dong” .. blue .. boat building .. apple pie .. mechanic .. quiet. TALA NATALIE BELL 50 Wyndhrust Drive, Holden " So quiet, yet so full of life.” " Tala” . . shrimp . . blue . . reading . . sports . . teacher . . folk songs . . cute . . (You don’t actually think I can see that far?) Gym Leader Corps 2, 3; Echo Staff 4; Future Teachers of America 4; Intramural Club 1; Honor Roll 1, 3. KENNETH GRAHAM BENSON 354 Reservoir Street, Holden " Idle brains are the devil’s work houses.” " Jap " • • girls ■ • cars . . lamb . . blue . . engineer . . " Let’s Have a Party " . . (Whoop-ee-do) ALAN RICHARD BERG 55 Oak Crest Road, Holden " A wit a day keeps the blues away. " " Big A” . . red . . golf . . filet mignon . . tennis . . skiing . . " 500 Miles” .. (Whoa-eh!) Football 1, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Chess Club 3; Honor Roll 1, 2; Mechanical Drawing Certificate 2, 3; Monitor 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. DONALD PAUL BERGSTROM 47 Reservoir Street, Holden " A quiet pleasant manner wins many friends.” " Don” friendly . . blue . . tennis . . engineer . . " Early in the Morning " . . (But of course) Cross Country 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; Spring Track 2; Honor Roll 1; Glee Club 3, 4. DENNIS MICHAEL BERRY Quinapoxet Street, H olden " I’m not lazy, I’m just saving my energy.” Bcachboy” . . purple . . sports . . girls . . teacher . . hamburgers .. " Abilene” .. (Hi, Sugar Lumps) French Club 3; Spanish Club 1, 2; Football 1, 4; Ice Hockey 3; Cross Country 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain 3, 4); Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4. y ■ r SUSAN JANE BERRYMAN 7 Hawthorne Road, Holden " Anything that is worth doing is worth doing well.’’ " Sue " . . pizza . . red . . jazz . . dancing . . swimming . . teacher . . " Days of Wine and Roses " . . (Donf tell me!) Spanish Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorettes 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Office 2; Honor Roll 1, 3; Prom Committee 3; Show Boat 3, 4; Echo 3; Science Fair 2; Chess Club 3; Future Teachers of America 3, 4. DAVID CLIFFORD BICE Goodnow Road, Princeton " If men are like angels, then angels ought to reform.” " Dave” . . engineer . . skiing . . red . . intelligent . . guitar . . spa¬ ghetti .. " Abilene” .. (Bay-lee-buh!) French Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3); Speech Club 1; Alpha Angles 2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Gym Leader Corps 3, 4; Football 4; Science Fair (Honorable Mention 3); Prom Committee 3; Show Boat i; National Honor Society 3, 4; French Honor Society 3, 4; Echo Staff CAROLYN IONA BILODEAU 1691 Main Street, Holden " A quiet person is always welcome. " " Carol " . . sewing , , steak . . seamstress . . blue . . " Blue Velvet” .. (Oh, boy!) ROBERT RONALD BJORNLUND 138 High Street, Holden " If I were quiet, who would know I was around? " " Big Daddy” . . hamburgers . . blue . . (The Dinker’s back.) Freshman Football; J.V. Basketball 1; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; Monitor 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 4. MARILYN ANN BLUM 836 Main Street, Holden " In quietness lies hidden friendship. " " Mabs” .. water skiing .. fried dams .. blue .. " Bobby’s Girl” .. (Boy, is that tough !) Speech Club 2; Monitor 4; Chorus 3; Library Club (Secretary) 1; Junior Prom Committee 3; Y-Teens 3. DAVID PHILIP BOK V.A. Hospital, Rutland " He ' s a regular guy, why say more?” " Big ' D ' ” . . tennis . . steak . . green . . money . . doctor . . Ford .. " Wipe-Out.” Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 3, 4. DONNA LOIS BLAIR Main Street, Rutland " Mischief dances in her eyes.” " Blabs” . . dancing . . lobster . . pink . . model . . tall . . pretty . . " Dreamy Eyes " .. (You’re kidding !) French Club 1; J.V. Basketball 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Gym Leader Corps 3, 4; Class Cabinet 3; Prom Committee 3; Show Boat 1, 2; Echo Staff 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Monitor 4; Banking Repre¬ sentative 2; Future Nurses ' Club 4. PATRICIA ANN BLAVACKAS 31 Forestdale Road, Paxton " The man that loves and laughs must surely do well.” " Pat ' 1 . . secretary . . fried clams . . sports . . dancing . . " Donna” .. (You’re kidding.) Prom Committee 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Office 3, 4. MARGARET H. BOUDREAU Main Street, Rutland " A quiet mind is richer than a crown.” " Peggy” . . lobster . . pink . . nurse . . “I Can ' t Stay Mad At You” . . (I kid you not) Y-Teens 2; French Club 2; Monitor 3; Prom Committee 3; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Echo Staff 4; Future Nurses ' 3, 4; Homemakers ' Club 4. JAMES WALTER BOVAIRD 117 Homestead Road, Holden " Unmoved is he by the smiles of women.” " Bogi” . . tall . . green . . spaghetti . . pool . . boxer . . " Killer Joe.” Honor Roll 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 2, 3; Intra¬ mural Volleyball 2, 3. THOMAS JOSEPH BREEN III Mountain Road, Princeton " A joy that’s shared is a joy made double.” " Teeje” .. red .. sports writer .. girls .. journalism .. steak .. " What I Gotta Do?” . . (Tryin to tell ya!) Nashoba High 1, 2, 3; Cross Country 3, 4; Honor Roll 3; Basketball 3; Drama Club 3, 4; Junior Council 3; Glee Club 2; Golf 3; Sports Editor 3, 4; International Affairs Club 3; Thespian Club 4; Senior Play; Current Affairs Club 4. TERESA MARIE BRENNAN Mount Pleasant Avenue, Holden " No wealth is like the quiet mind.” " Terry” . . chop suey . . red . . piano . . music . . " Somebody Loves You” . . (Really) Spanish Club 1; Gym Leader Corps 3; Prom Committee 3; Honor Roll 3. BEVERLY ANN BONCZEK 120 Doyle Road, Holden " A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance.” " Bev” .. medical technologist .. basketball .. lobster .. blue .. French fries . . " Days of Wine and Roses. " Basketball 1, 3; Latin Club 1, 3; French Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3; Future Nurses’ Club 3. 4; Echo Staff 4; Honor Roll 1, 3; Prom Committee 3; Intramural Club 1; Monitor 4. HELEN MARIE BOSCHERT 266 Pleasant Street, Paxton " Quiet by nature, yet fun loving too.” Drawing . . yellow . . teacher . . basketball . . kids .. boating . . skating .. " Moon River” .. (Oh, Christmas!) Burncoat High 1; Tri-Hi-Y Paxton 2, 3, 4 (President 4); Future Teachers of America 4; Prom Committee 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Showboat 4; Massachusetts Girls’ State 3- JUDITH CLAIRE BRUSO Birchwood Acres, Holden " Thin women live long.” " Judy” .. pizza .. green .. golf .. T-bird .. poodles .. singer .. stewardess . . " Bang, Bang, Bang " .. (Oh, God!) Notre Dame I; Chorus 1; Cheerleader 1; Homemakers ' Club 2; Show- boat 1, 4; Office 3, 4; Senior Play Committee 3, 4. GEORGE DAVID BURGESS 61 Grove Street, Paxton " Noise is not necessary for success. " " Oggie " . . aeronautical engineer . . chocolate cake blue . . stamps .. model cars . . " Lemon Tree” . . (Most definitely) Classical High 1; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Slide Rule Club 4; Dilettante Club 4. DAVID JAMES BURKE 15 Wildrose Avenue, Holden " It is a sport to a down to do mischief.” " Doobee” .. red .. architectural engineer .. pool .. Plymouth’s .. girls . . luck . . curly hair . . " Bang, Bang, Bang” . . (Cut the shaint!) Class Vice-President 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4 ; Football 1; Basketball 2; Monitor 4; Prom Committee 4; Senior Dance (Chairman); Merit Awards—Drawing 2, 3, 4—Fitchburg State College; Gym Leader Corps 3; Intramurals 3, 4. SUSAN ELLEN BURNS Wachusett Street, Holden " Away with her, away with her! She speaks Latin.” " Sue” . . doctor . . hot dogs . . animals . . blue . . painting . . " The Wayward Wind” . . (Good grief.) Latin Club 1, 2; Echo 3; Yearbook 4. ELLEN ANNE BURT 22 Orchard Road, Holden " It is the tranquil who accomplish much.” Teacher . . red . . hamburgers . . music .. skiing . . (Really?) Athol High 1; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Choral Group 3, 4; Alpha Angles 2; Slide Rule Club 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Ski Club 1; Hockey 1, 2; Chorus 1; Honor Roll 1; Class Treasurer 1. BRUCE GILBERT BUTTERFIELD 54 Walnut Terrace, Holden " Much study is the weariness of the flesh.” Foreign service . . pizza . . DeMolay . . blue . . " Moon River.” Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1; Prom Committee 3; Honor Roll 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4. MICHAEL DENNIS CALCIA Route 62, Princeton " He thinks the moon is made of green cheese. " " Slinky” . . Fords . . blue . . piggery . . baseball .. " Bosanova” .. (Slink out!) Baseball 2. spaghetti SANDRA ANN CALOIARO Laurelwood Road, Rutland " A friendly face with a smile for all.” " Sandy” . . elementary school teacher . . pizza . . blue . . dancing . . " Aldela” . . (Really??) Spanish Club 1, 2, 3 (Treasurer 2); Speech Club 1; Class Cabinet 2; Future Teachers of America 3, ' 4; Echo Staff 4; Library Club 3. JONATHAN CLARK CAMERON Pommogussett Road, Rutland " Studies serve for delight, for ornament, and for ability.” " Jon” . . marines . . pizza . . friendly . . volunteer . . sports . . (I beg to differ.) Echo Staff 2, 3; Current Affairs Club 1, 2; Cross Country 1; Honor Roll 1; Student Council 1. PAULA ANN CAMPBELL 63 Highland Street, Holden " The nurse’s tongue is privileged to talk.” " Pauli” . . nurse . . chocolate . . blue . . water skiing . . " Moon River.” Bancroft School 1; Drama Club 1; Honor Roll 2; Nurses’ Club 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM THOMAS CLANCEY 3 Colony Lane, Paxton " A life is worth a thousand girls.” French Club 1; Intramural Club 1, 2, 3, A ROLAND DAVID CLARK 89 Steele Street, Holden ' How pleasant is Saturday night when I ' ve tried all the week to be good. " 9, ec , -dentist .. hamburger .. blue .. sports .. cars .. skiing .. Abilene . . (What’s it to ya?) Football 1; Monitor 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2; Cross Country 2 3- Intramurals 1, 2, 3 ,4. ROBERT NEAL CASPERSON 5 Hawthorne Road, Holden " Nothing is rarer than true good nature.” Cap . . doctor . . grilled cheese sandwiches . . red .. skiing sports .. " Wonderful, Wonderful” .. (I ' m only joshin ya!) Band 1 , 2, 3, 4; Intramural Club 1 , 2; Honor Roll 1 , 2, 3, 4; Show- boat 1 ; Latin Club 2, 3; Basketball 2; Science Fair 2, 3 (Second Place 3); Junior Cabinet; Slide Rule Club 3; Prom Committee 3; Monitor 4. JANICE ANN CERVINI 20 Juniper Lane, Holden " Never trouble trouble till trouble troubles you.” " Jan " .. hairdresser .. steak .. pink .. skiing .. " Tonight” .. (You ' re kidding!) South Portland High School 1 , 2, 3; American Field Service 3; Glee Club 4; French Club 4. DELORES ANN CAPPUCCIO 23 Winthrop Lane, Holden The happy do not believe in miracles.” " Dee .. x-ray technician .. spaghetti .. gold .. dancing .. " You ' ll Never Walk Alone.” Commerce High School 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Messian Chorus 2; Cheer- 4 Honor RdM COmm,ttee 3; Tennis Club 1; Future Nurscs ' Club sports . . animals ALAN BRUCE CARLSON Princeton Road, Sterling " A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men.” ' u Br £- ' „ " , t ?? ch " v Jjams •. red .. girls .. football .. pool .. " In the Still of the Night . . (Whoa, whoa !) 4 H Hocke y 2, 3, 4; Spring Track A; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Intramurals 1 2 3 4- Photography Club 1; Senior Cabinet 4; Student Council 2; Yearbook Committee 01 2 ' B ° yS State 3: Senior PIay Cast 4; Prom WILLIAM ROBERT CARNEY 307 Grove Street, Paxton " No gentleman ever weighs over two hundred pounds.” " Bill” .. chemical engineer .. lobster .. blue .. pool .. sports .. cars . . " Little Deuce Coupe” . . (No doubt about it!) St. Peter ' s High School 1; Football 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1; Intra¬ murals 3, 4; Current Affairs Club 2, 3, 4; Echo Staff 4; Boys’ State 3. MILTON ERIC CARRSTEDT 189 Reservoir Street, Holden " Men are not angels.” " Snookey” .. engineer .. fried chicken .. blue .. hunting .. skiing .. " Abilene” . . (Flake off, skin head!) Spanish Club 1; Intramural Club 1, 2, 3, 4. DELORES FAYE CLARK Brooks Station Road, Princeton " She holds a lot of mischief for such a little person.” " Lolly” . . practical nurse . . seafood . . blue . . dancing . . swim¬ ming . . " True Love Never Runs Smooth” . . (Don’t put me on!) French Club 1; Pep Squad 3, 4; Intramural Club 2; Showboat 3; Future Nurses ' Club 3, 4; Monitor 3, 4; Gym Leader Corps 3, ' 4; Junior Flomemakers’ Club 2; Senior Homemakers’ Club 3, 4. RICHARD RUSSELL CLOUGH Brewer Way, Holden " Men of few words are the best men.” " Dick” . . hunting . . fishing . . palm reading . . (Meanwhile, back at the ranch) Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; Spring Track 3, 4; Indoor Track 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Brass Choir 2, 3; Intramural Club 1, 2, 3, 4. GREGORY LAWRENCE COLE 30 Anderson Avenue, Holden " Nobody would suppose it, but I am naturally bashful.” " Greg” .. physicist .. steak .. brown .. skiing .. guitar .. " A Soulin.” French Club 1; Latin Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 3; Biology Club 2; Football 1, 3; Intramural Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Honor Society 3, 4. ELAINE MAE CONFORTI Route 140 Sterling Junction, Sterling " She talks as if it gives her joy.” " Elaine” . . legal secretary . . pizza . . blue . . dancing . . " I Love You Because” . . (Good grief!) Latin Club 1; Business Club 2; Monitor 3. JEAN STEWART CONNOR Cross Street, Princeton " Ambition is the key to the gateway of success.” " Jeannie” . . government service . . corned beef . . skiing . . folk music . . blue . . " Aldelar” . . (Let ' s be realistic!) Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3); Speech Club 1, 2, 3 (Secretary 3); Debating Team 2; N.E. Speech Festival 2; French Club 2, 3; Current Affairs Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3, 4); Intramural Club 1; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; French National Honor Society 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; N.C.T.E. Candidate 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Class Cabinet 1; Varsity Field Hockey 4; Senior Play 4 (Stage Manager); Showboat 4; Office 4; Varsity Club 4. KARIN HELENE COOK Main Street, East Princeton " Silence is more eloquent than words.” " Karin” .. red .. reading .. roast beef .. painting .. bookkeeping .. " Marvelous Toy.” Echo Staff 4; Business Club 4. LINDA KAREN COOK Bullard Street, Holden " Full of pep and fancy free, that’s the way she’s got to be.” " Lin” .. hairdressing .. hamburgers .. yellow .. " She’s a Fool .. Htow-bout-that!) usiness Club 2, 4; Gym Leader Corps 3; Class Cabinet 4; Future urses’ Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Senior loar Prr»rlnrHr»n 4- 4onitor 4. WALTER NATHAN COOLIDGE 481 Wachusett Street, Holden Beware ... I may be famous yet.” Benny” . steak .. meatball sandwiches .. blue .. pool . . baseball . girls . . " Bang, Bang, Bang” .. (No, thanks, I just ate.) ootball 1; Spanish Club 1; Gym Leader Corps 3, .4’ 2 3, 4; Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball ! 2 ,’ 3 ,’ 4 .’ EVELYN GAIL CRAWFORD 499 Wachusett Street, Holden " If studies interfere with a good time, why study? " " Itchie” .. fried clams .. blue .. skating .. secretary .. Cliffy .. " Are You Sincere” . . (Oh, Derrrr!) Business Club 2; Future Nurses’ Club 3, 4; Echo Staff 4. CONSTANCE HELEN CROOKER Main Street, Rutland " They accomplish much who diligently toil.” " Connie " devilled eggs .. gold .. modern dance .. dramatics .. " Blowin’ in the Wind” . . (This is true!) Honor Roll 1, 2; High Honors 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Spanish Honor Society 3, 4; Poetry Award 3; Co-Editor of Reflections 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Science Seminar 1; Showboat 1.2; Alpha Angles 2; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Thespian Club 2; Dilettante Club 4. KEVIN MICHAEL DAME 425 Shrewsbury Street, Holden " Always willing, never proud; working well, never loud. " " Kev” . . teacher . . steak . . Honduras maroon . . records . . golf . . football . . basketball . . " Surf City " . . (You ' re over your head.) Band 1, 2. MARCIA JAYNE DANIELS 15 Mower Street, Paxton " I can resist anything but temptation. " " Marsh " . . hairdresser . . baby blue . . sewing . . pizza . . skiing . . sailors . . " There ' s a Place For Us " . . (Not too overly bright, huh, Sonny?) Y-Teens 1; Intramural Basketball 1; Spanish Club 2; Gym Leader Corps 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Monitor 4. PHILIP WILLIAM DARBY Hubbardston Road, Princeton " Religion is nothing but love for God and man. " " Phil " . . minister . . music . . red . . languages . . (If you ' ve got nothing to say, don’t.) Latin Club 1, 2; French Club 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll 2, 3; National Honor Society 3; French National Honor Society 4. RICHARD CURTIS DAVIDSON, JR. Causeway Street, Holden " The unspoken word never doth harm. " " Ricky” . . swordfish . . green . . short-wave radio . . hiking . . mountain climbing . . (Fair!) South High School 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4. PAUL ERNEST DICESORE 207 Main Street, Holden " I like to work but there are things better. " " Ernie” .. pizza metallic blue . . model cars . . mechanics . . sports .. " Surfer Joe” .. (Cool as a moose.) CHARLES FRANK DORSEY 116 Holden Street, Holden “Life’s a pleasant institution so let ' s take it as it comes.” ' Dors " . skiing skindiving . . hunting . . fishing . . cherry pie . . girls . . green . . (Whoopee-do and a ho.) Spanish Club 1. 2; Spring Track 2; Intramural Basketball 3; Intra¬ mural Volleyball 3; Monitor 4. WALTER JOHN DULMAINE, JR. Pommogussett Road, Rutland " The blush is beautiful, but sometimes inconvenient.’’ " Buzzy” . . steak . . Honduras maroon . . money . . friendly . . girls .. " Telestar " .. (Be good!) Band 1, 2; Honor Roll 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Play Production 4; Prom Committee 4; Chess Club 4. JUDITH DIANE EATON Quinapoxet Street, Holden " A poor excuse is better than none.” " Judi " .. pizza .. aqua .. guitar .. nurse .. skiing .. dancing .. Maine .. " Black Flies " .. (You nut!) J.V. Cheerleader 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; (Secretary- Treasurer 4); Future Nurses’ Club 4; Choral Group 2, 3, 4. THEODORE ALLAN ERICKSON 38 Wyoming Drive, Holden " Why worry—The world is too full of fun.” " Sona” . . accountant . pizza . . Honduras maroon . . cars . . records .. golf .. racing .. " Mean Woman Blues” .. (C ' mon, get with it!) Spanish Club 1; Monitor 3, 4; Radio Club 3; Intramural 1. ROBERT CROSS EVANS, JR. 64 Sunnyside Avenue, Holden " No human thing is of serious importance.” " Avon” lawyer Honduras maroon .. girls .. lobster .. " Hangin’ Five” . . (Can’t quite see it!) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Stamp and Coin Club 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4; Football Team 3. PATRICIA LOUISE FARLEY Kendall Road, Holden " Good cheer is no hindrance to a good life.” " Pat " . . physical therapist . . blue . . skiing . . riding . . " Days of Wine and Roses” .. (Is that right?) Honor Roll 2; Echo Staff 2, 3; French Club 1, 2; Intramural Basket¬ ball 2; Intramural Volleyball 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Play 4. MARY DORIS FAVREAU Clinton Road, Sterling " The good and wise lead quiet lives.” " Mare” . . teacher . . spaghetti . . blue . . sewing . . (Oh, really?) Latin Club 1, 2, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 4; Future Teachers of America 4; Chorus 3; Senior Play Committee 4. BARBARA MAY DOWD 1911 North Main Street, Holden " Swift to hear and soft to speak.” " Barb” . . steak . . salad . . French . . blue . . " Till” . . (Good grief.) French Club 2, 3, 4 (Publicity Chairman 3, President 4); National Honor Society 3, 4; French National Honor Society 3, 4; Echo Staff 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Play Production 4; Showboat 4; Office 4; Honor Roll 1, 4; Dilettante Club 4. NANCY JEAN DRAWBRIDGE 228 Brattle Street, Holden " Let nothing disturb thee.” " Nan” . . club sandwich . . sea shells . . yellow . . history . . drama . . " Blowin’ in the Wind.” Biology Club 2; Thespian Club 3, 4; Honor Roll 3; Homemakers’ Club 4; Senior Play Production 4. CHAPIN MARTIN FAY Justice Hill Road, Sterling " Beautiful snow. It can do nothing wrong.” " Tico " .. lawyer .. lobster .. blue .. skiing .. guns .. " Jenny Brown” .. (I’ll never tell!) Semor Play Cast 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; Joe Berg Science Seminar DONALD CARMINE FERRO 636 Salisbury Street, Holden " Nothing is impossible to a valiant heart.” " Don” .. lawyer .. sports .. blue .. " Scotch and Soda” .. (I love work because it feels so good when I stop) Hockey 3, 4; J.V. Football 1; Varsity Football 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Spanish National Honor Society 3, 4 (President 4); N.E.A.T.S.P. Spoken Spanish Contest 2, 3; Current Affairs Club 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Baseball ' Manager 2, 3; Yearbook 4. CLIFFORD WESLEY FIFE, JR. 69 Raymond Street, Holden " I’m educated now, why stay any longer? " " Cliff” .. automobile mechanic . . cars . . lobster . . black. ELIZABETH LOUISE FISH Central Tree Road, Rutland " It is a friendly heart that has plenty of friends.” " Betty " .. secretary .. lobster .. blue .. George .. " Pretty One. " Majorettes 2,3; Honor Roll 3; Business Club 4. MICHAEL JOHN FLANAGAN Princeton Road, Sterling " When I want a helping hand I look at the end of my own arm. " " Foamy " .. red golf .. pool .. TR 3 .. coke .. jazz .. psy¬ chologist .. " Quiet Village " .. (Certainly) Latin Club 1; Spanish Club 4; Cross Country 1, 2, 3 (Co-Captain 3)- Winter Track 1; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball and Volleyball 3, 4. LAURA LOUISE FOGG 43 Homestead Road, Holden " Her smile and good nature is everlasting.” " Lolly’. ' •• nurse .. pizza .. Dick .. blue .. " Never on Sunday” .. (And I’m almost serious, too!) Cheerleader 1, 2 (Captain 2); Future Nurses ' Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Prom Committee 3. HARRY HUSE FISKE 286 Shrewsbury Street, Holden " The rich man has his motorcar.” " Smokey " .. Naval officer .. hamburgers .. red .. motorcycles .. " Go Away, Little Girl " . . (Oh, boy!) Football 3. MARGARET ELLEN FITCH Mellon Hollow Road, Sterling " Good cheer is no hindrance to a good life. " " Fitchie” . . hairdresser . . steak . . green . . dancing . . Mike . . " When I Fall in Love” . . (Son of a gun) Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor 3: Echo Staff 4; Gym Leader Corps 3; Representative 2; Homemakers’ Club 3, 4. ANN MARIE GABRIELLI 197 Shrewsbury Street, Holden " Demure and quiet is she at school, but what is she away from rule? " " Ann " . . sewing . . softball . . blue . . dressmaker . . good-natured . . (Cut that out!) Homemakers’ Club 3, 4. DIANA LILLIAN GALLEANO 1689 Main Street, Holden " Let us live and be glad.” Nurse . . steak . . yellow . . " Abilene” . . (Goodness gracious me.) GARY CLEMENT GASKIN 17 Kendall Road, Holden " All in all a gay gentleman.” " Pepino” .. engineer .. flame red .. skiing .. sports cars .. (What a wise guy!) Track 1; Band 1, 2. MARJORIE JOYCE GAUDETTE Mirick Road, Princeton " With sparkling bits of humor, she drives the blues away.” " Margie” . . secretary . . green . . bowling . . steak . . " What a Guy” .. (You’re kidding!) KAREN FRANCES GEORGE 6 Berkshire Drive, Paxton " Speak in French when you can ' t think of the English.” " Kay” .. art .. dramatics .. pizza .. mint green .. friendly .. ambitious . . stylish . . (It swings!) Intramural Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Echo Staff 1, 2, 3; National Thespian Society 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Showboat 3. 4; Future Teachers of America 4; Yearbook Staff 4. MARIA JESUS GERHARDT Maple Street, Sterling " Who sows courtesy, reaps friendship.” " Maria” . . engineer . . red . . languages . . hamburgers . . dancing . . " Embruio” .. (Oh, my goodness !) Spanish Club 4; French Club 4; Latin Club 4; Modern Dance Club.4; Future Teachers of America 4; Gran Unidad Escolar 1, 2, 3; Senior Play Cast 4. LINDA DIANNE FOX 93 Homestead Road, Holden " A smile for each, a friend to all.” " Foxy " . . nurse . . pastrami sandwiches . . blue . . mountain climb¬ ing . . swimming . . " Cruel War” . . (Be serious!) J.V. Hockey 1, 2; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2; Chess Club 3; Echo Staff 4; Pep Squad 2, 3; Monitor 3, 4; Future Nurses’ Club 4. JEFFREY ALAN FREELAND 42 Jamieson Road, Holden " The wise man must carry the fool on his shoulders.” " Jeff” . . radios . . electronic engineer . . green . . barbells . . steak . . transistors. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Current Affairs Club 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Echo 3; Slide Rule Club 3; Chess Club 3; Science Seminar 3, 4. MARY ANN GOLAS R.F.D., Lancaster " A girl of the kindliest nature.” " Mary-Go” .. horseback riding .. blue ... 4-H .. (Why not?) Basketball 1; Spanish Club 1; Nurses’ Club 1; Latin Club l 2 3 • Echo 4. ’ ’ FAYE MARIE GONYEA 67 Bailey Road, Holden " No wealth is like the quiet mind.” Teacher .. blue .. sports .. " Make a Memory” .. (Oh, well!) Intramural Club 1; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Monitor 3; Honor Roll 3. SUSAN ELODIE GOODMAN 83 Mount View Drive, Holden " Always ready, always there.” Sue " .. art .. blue .. lab technician .. " To Know Him Is To Love Him” . . (That’s great!) Prom Committee 3, 4; Christmas Play 3; Senior Play Production 4; Honor Roll 2,3. ROBERT JOHN GRESHAM Sherwood Drive, Sterling " Work is work and must be done, yet as I work I have my fun.” " Bob” . . engineer . . blue . . sports . . clams. Central Park Junior High School 1; Band 1; Orchestra 1; Math Club 2; French Club 2; Hockey 2; J.V. Baseball 2 (Manager); Football 3, 4. DAVID ALAN GRINKIS Maple Street, Sterling " Men are judged by their actions, not by their words.” " Grink” . . steak . . blue . . dairy farmer . . " Blue on Blue” . . (I don’t know!) Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 3, 4); State F.F.A. Reporter 4; Delegate to National F.F.A. Convention; F.F.A. Basketball 1, 2, 3; National Dairy Products Team 4; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Indoor Track 3, 4; Football 4; Boys ' Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Class Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES RUSSELL GROLEAU 3 Elizabeth Lane, Paxton " I would do anything to serve a friend.” " Jim” .. auto mechanic . . steak . . cars . . blue. . WAYNE ERIC GUSTAFSON 47 Montana Drive, Holden " For every why he had a wherefore. " " Gus” . . Swede . . blue . . track . . capable . . research chemist. Band 1. 2, 3, 4 (President 4); Honor Roll 1. 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; French Honor Society 3. 4; Winter Track 3; Spring Track 3, 4; Science Fair (Honorable Mention 3); National Merit Letter of Commendation. PATRICIA ANN HAANPAA Oak Way, Rutland " She’s happy and gay every step of the way.” " Pat " teacher .. Navy blue .. T-bird .. (And you do too!) Spanish Club 1; Pep Squad 2; Monitor 2. 3; Honor Roll 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; French Club 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4. STEVEN PAUL HAGGLUND 28 Homestead Road, Holden " The best of men are but men at their best. " " Hags " . . engineer . . blue . . .jokes . . hunting . . (Oh, Yeah?) Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Homeroom Representative 1; Officials Club 1; Gym Leader Corps 2, 3, 4. DALE LINDA HALCOTT Box 52, Rutland Heights " Music is her stop.” Hairdresser . . spaghetti . . blue . . sewing . . boys . . music . . " Till Then” . . (Oh, brother, really?) Band 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Librarian 4; Senior Play Com¬ mittee 4. DIANE LINDA HAMMOND 35 Reservoir Street, Holden " Goodness is the only investment that never fails.” Fried chicken . . blue .. cooking .. sewing .. clothes .. quiet .. " This Time.” French Club 1, 2; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3; Senior Play Production 4. WINFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK Thompson Road, Princeton " A suit of importance and dependability.” " Win " . . engineer . . roast beef . . blue . . hunting . . skiing . . cars .. " Moon River.” Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Intramural Gluhoi; Gold- Seal Award in Tech¬ nical Drawing 3. NORMAN THOMAS HANNEY, JR. P.O. Box 188, Sterling " Not lazy, just resting.” " Norm” .. pharmacist .. pizza .. blue .. girls .. " Blue Velvet” .. (Shake it easy.) Clinton High School 1; Student Council 1; Band 1, 2; Biology Club 2 . MICHAEL EDWARD HANSON 861 Main Street, Holden " He rides in the whirlwind and directs the storm.” " Mickey” . . blue . . carefree . . radio technician . . beans . . girls . . mischievous. RICHARD DALE HARRINGTON 79 Phillips Road, Holden " I study when there’s nothing else to do.” " Ernie” . . lobster . . clams . . metallic green . . sports . . cars . . Ramcharger 426 .. " Abilene.” Intramural Football 1, 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3; Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3. STEPHEN EMERSON HAIR 5 Colony Lane, Paxton " It takes life to love life.” " Hairy " .. physical education teacher .. kelly green .. milk .. sports . . " Que Sera, Sera.” Officials Club 1; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Cabinet 4. THOMAS BAKER HAWKINS Goodnow Road, Princeton " In art I pull no highbrow staff; I know what I like and that’s enough.” " Hawk " . . commercial artist . . track. Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain 3, 4); Winter Track 1 3 4 (Co-Captain 4); Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain 4); Boys ' Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, President 4); Spanish Club 1, 2 (Vice-President 2); Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Senior Play 1; Senior Play Production 4; National Honor Society 3. 4- Yearbook Art Staff 4. MICHAEL ALOYCIOUS HAYDEN 29 Maple Avenue, Rutland " I’m on the verge of success, someone push me.” “Mike " . . pork chops . . red . . baseball . . track . . football . . Devil or Angel.” Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1; Winter Track 2; Varsity Club 12, 3 4; Echo 4; Gym Leader Corps 2; Prom Committee 3; Yearbook Staff 4. JANE ANNE HEALEY Main Street, Rutland " Calm of speech, broad of mind.” Barbecued spareribs . . gray . . reading . . horses . . 4-H .. folk mu¬ sic .. " Where Have All the Flowers Gone?” .. (Oh, splendid!) Band 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4. PAUL HUDSON HELLER 150 Parker Avenue, Holden " Thought is often bolder than speech.” Engineer . . fish . . blue .. " Rain, Rain, Go Away.” Radio Club 2; Certificate of Merit in Electronics 2; Chess Club 3. JAMES WILLIAM HENDERSON 1588 Main Street, Holden " Humor is the electric atmosphere; wit is the flash.” " Jimmy” . . fried chicken . . blue . . cars . . girls . . track . . physica education teacher . . " Can’t Say.” Football 1; Indoor Track 2 3, 4; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Echo 4. JUDITH ELAINE HENNING 8 Briarcliff Lane, Holden Gay of heart, bright of face, no one else can take her place.” r ' J ,“ dy ” ;AP e ?, nu , ts ■ ■ ? qua • • tennis • • fun . . " Wonderful, Wonder¬ ful . . (Of all the audacity!) Speech Club 1; Intramural Club 1; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; Monitor 4- Future Teachers of America 4; Senior Play Production 4; Yearbook otatt 4. JEROME EASTMAN HEQUEMBOURG, JR. 236 Highland Street, Holden A scholar knows nothing of boredom.” " Jerry " .. astrophysicist .. sirloin .. green .. skiing .. tennis .. high-bar . astronomy . . " Deep Purple " . . (Indubitably.) High Honors 1; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Joe Berg Science Seminar 2, 3 4; Wachusett Regional Science Fair (Third Place 2, First Place 3); Worcester County Science Fair 3; Massachusetts State Science Fair 3 (Honorable Mention); Prom Committee 3; Current AHairs Club 3, 4; Gym Leader Corps 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Dilettante Club 4; Yearbook Co-Editor 4. ARTHUR JAMES HICKEY, JR. 14 Brattle Street, Holden " Friendship is our stable anchorage.” " Art " .. architectural engineer .. pot roast .. green .. golf .. girls . . " Fingertips Part II.” St. Peters High School 1, 2. 3; Intramural Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3; Glee Club 2; Speech Club 3; Declamation Contest 2. GAIL RAELENE HOWARD North Street, Holden " Let the day bring what it may. " " Howie” .. blue .. skating .. bowling .. frappes .. I.B.M. operator . . " Somebody Loves You " . . (That ' s no big thing!) Spanish Club 1; Monitor 4. SUSAN ELAINE HURD 23 Mayflower Circle, Holden " Her ways are those of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace. " " Sue " .. sports .. green .. basketball .. spaghetti .. teacher .. (Ya know.) Future Teachers of America 3, 4 (President 4); Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; French Honor Society 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Showboat 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 1; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Hockey 3; Monitor Post 4; Year¬ book Staff 4. GERALD KENT HIKEL 1933 North Main Street, Holden " Great men are dying everyday; that’s funny, I feel fine.” " Jerry” . . foreign department . . jazz . . speeches . . history . . lemon meringue pie . . blue . . " Hail To The Chief " . . (Be serious!) Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); National Honor Society 3, 4; Spanish Honor Society 3, 4; Photography Club 3; Student Council 3; Monitor 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 4; High Honor Roll 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Award for Excellence in Spoken Spanish 3; Senior Play Cast 4; Prom Committee 4; Baseball 4; National Thespian Society 4. MARY-ELLEN HOLBROOK 970 Salisbury Street, Holden " None but herself can be her parallel.” Sewing . . pizza . . Peter . . pink . . ice hockey . . teacher . . music . . " If You Love Me” . . (You big dumb nut!) French Club 1, 3; Spanish Club 3, 4; Speech Club 2, 3 (President 3); Thespian Club 2, 3, 4; Library Club 1, 2 (Vice-President 1); Major¬ ettes 1; Dilettante Club 4; Christmas Play 3; Intramural Club 1; Showboat 1, 2; Yearbook 4 (Co-Editor); High Honors 1, 2, 3, 4; State Speech Festival 1, 2 (Gold Medai); French National Honor Society 2, 3; Science Fair 2 (Honorable Mention in Biology); National Honor Society 3, 4. HELEN LOUISE JACOBSON 338 Salisbury Street, Holden " Quiet by nature, yet fun-loving too. " Bowling . . yellow . . Paul . . lobster . . medical secretary . . " Won¬ derful, Wonderful " .. (Are you kidding!) J.V. Field Hockey 2; Speech Club 2; French Club 1; Class Cabinet 3; Prom Committee 3; Thespian Club 4; Monitor 4. PATRICIA ANN HOLMES 16 Glenwood Street, Holden " The world belongs to the energetic.” Blue . . Gus . . dancing . . lobster . . " When I Fall in Love.” Majorettes 1, 2, 3 4; Thespian Society 2, 3, 4; Speech Club 2, 3, 4; Home Room Representative 1; Prom Committee 3, 4. ALWIN EDWARD HOPFMANN Tuttle Road, Sterling " A radical I am not.” " Al” .. hunting .. fishing .. steak .. aquamarine .. airplanes .. scientist . . " Tombstone Territory.” Joe Berg Science Seminar l, 2, 3, 4; Echo 4; Honor Roll 1; High Honor Roll 3; Science Fair 3 (First Prize in Chemistry); Worcester Regional Fair 3 (Honorable Mention); National Honor Society 3, 4. PAULA MAE JACOBSON 13 Pleasant Street, Holden " Silence is power.” Blue .. clothes .. chicken .. secretary .. " This Time” .. (I ' ll never tell.) Honor Roll 3; Y-Teens 2. CLAUDIA ELIZABETH JAMES 2 Miles Road, Rutland " Friendly to all who cross her way. " Red . . sports . . horseback riding . . strawberry shortcake . . sec¬ retary . . airline hostess. Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3; Narragansett Regional High School 1, 2, 3. PAUL FRANCIS JATRINSKI 46 Quinapoxet Street, Holden " Live joyfully and you’ll live longer.” Beaver " . . pool . . red . . cars . . fried clams . . machine operator . . (I m impressed) GERALD DAVID JOHNSON 70 Bailey Road, Holden Not too busy to join in the fun, always there when there’s work to be done. " " Jerry” . . bowling . . green . . sports cars . . lobster . . electrical engineer . . (Homework? What Homework?) Football 1, Mgr. 3, 4; Honor Roll 2; Monitor 4; Echo 4. HELEN MARIE JOHNSON 1023 Main Street, Holden " And looks on life with quiet eyes.” Skating . . blue . . tennis .. sewing . . steak . . nurse . . " Love is a Many Splendored Thing " . . (Oh, Fink!) Intramural Club 1; Homemakers ' Club 3; Library Club 4. JUDITH LYNN JOHNSON 43 Colorado Drive, Holden " If we are to enjoy life, now is the time.” Fashion magazines .. yellow . , Salisbury Beach . . pizza . . fashion designer . . " One Boy.” KATHLEEN ELLEN JOHNSON Wachusett Street, Holden " Serious and well-beha ed, never any trouble gave.” " Kathy” .. tennis .. reading .. beige .. folk music .. college .. clothes . . clams . . nurse .. " The Seine” .. (Oh, Really?) Class Treasurer 1; Intramural Club 1; French Club 1, 2, 3; Future Nurses’ 2, 3, 4: National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Math Club 2; Drum Majorettes 1, 2; Massachusetts State Speech Festival Award 2; Christmas Play 3; Honor Roll 1; Science Fair 2; Show Boat Committee 2; Dilettante Club 4. LYNNE ELIZABETH JOHNSON 168 Parker Avenue, Holden " Don ' t hurry; don ' t worry.” Portrait drawing . . piano . blue . music . . sword fish . . " Theme From the Apartment " .. (Hey, Fred!) Glee Club 3, 4; Girls ' Choral Group 3, 4; Gym Leader Corps 2; Yearbook 4. PETER MARK JOHNSON Reservoir Street, Holden " Life is good when good use is made.” " Pete” . . Honduras maroon . . quiet . . steak . . cars. Ice-Hockey 1, 2, 3. 4 (Co-Captain 4); Football 1. ROBERT FULLER JOHNSON Birchwood Drive, Holden " True worth needs no announcer.” " Bob” . . Methodist Ministry . . blue . . singing . . steak . . piano. Springfield High 1; Classical High 2, 3; Honors 2, 3; McKinley Award 3; Radio Club 2; Mixed Chorus 3; Variety Show Chorus 3; Worcester All-City Chorus 3; Central District Chorus 3. SUSAN ELAINE JOHNSON 148 Holden Street, Holden " I find the earth not gray, but rosy.” " Sue” . . spaghetti . . red . . tennis . . quiet . . cute . . mountain climbing. Latin Club 1; Intramural Club 1; Yearbook 4; Senior Play; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 4. WAYNE BRIEN JOHNSON 431 Reservoir Street, Holden " I ' ve taken my fun where I ' ve found it.” " Bueno” .. engineer .. steak .. sports .. cars .. blue .. (Check that out!) Spanish Club 1; Football 1; Baseball 2, 3; Gym Leader Corps 2, 3, 4; Monitor 3. GUY RAYMOND JONES JR. 6 Oakwood Street, Holden " Teachers and classrooms are his only objection to education.” " Guy” . . law . . hotdogs . . red . . sports cars . . basketball . . " If I Had A Hammer " . . (Homework! What Homework!) Speech Club 3, 4 (President 4); Echo Staff 4; Math Club 2; Winter Track 1; Football 1; Senior Play Cast 4; Dilettante Club 4; JHi-Y 2. 3, 4 (President 4). WAYNE ROGER JORDAN Muschopauge Road, Rutland " Seldom seen, seldom heard.” " Wayne " . . farmer . . steak . . cars . . black . . bowling . . (How do I know?) Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4. JON PHILLIP JUMONVILLE Cook Street, Holden " With a touch of devil in his eye.” " Jon " . . teacher .. red .. parties .. girls .. fish and chips .. (Cease it!) Football 1,3; Audio-Visual 1,2; Hi-Y 1; Monitor 4. CAROL ANN KARCZEWSKI Laurelwood Road, Rutland " Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm.” " Carol” .. teacher .. spaghetti .. blue .. corvettes .. B.F. .. ski¬ ing . . S.A.C. Park . . " Moon River. " Class Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4; High Honors 1; French Club 1, 2, 3; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Intramural Club 1; Pep Squad 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Play Committee 4. VALERIE TEDFORD KENNEDY 27 Phillips Road, Holden " My heart is warm with the friends I make. " " Val” .. brown .. kindergarten teacher .. black coffee .. " Masters of War” . . (C ' est La Vie.) French Club 1, 2; J.V. Field Hockey 2; Varsity Field Hockey 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2; Homeroom Representative 2; Echo Staff 2, 3; Show- boat Court 2, 3; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Play Pr oduction 4. CHRISTINA ANNE KEOGH 31 Mount View Drive, Holden " High erected thoughts seated in the heart of courtesy. " " Chris” .. political scientist . blue .. college .. coffee .. sports .. art . . " Rhapsody in Blue” .. (Is that sharp 1) Field Hockey 1, 2, 4; French Club 1, 4; Spanish Club 3. 4; Echo 1, 2; Thespian Society 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Intramural Club 1; Library Club (Treasurer 2, Vice-President 4); Freshman Cabinet; Future Teachers of America 3. 4; Yearbook Staff 4 (Chairman of Literary Committee); Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Showboat 3; Prom Com¬ mittee 3; Dilettante Club 4. RICHARD JUDSON KESTLE 21 Monticello Drive, Paxton " Men of few words are the best men. " " Dick” .. business .. fried chicken .. blue .. woodworking .. art . . Kingston Trio .. (Oh, my!) North Quincy High 1, 2. KATHERINE RUTH KETONEN Glenwood Road, Rutland " The world delights in sunny people.” ' Kathy” . . horses . . veterinarian . . tapioca pudding . . blue . . mountain climbing .. " Michael” .. (Gad zooks!) Band 1; Honor Roll; French Club 1, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2; Glee Club 4. ROSEMARY LEE KIMBALL 643 Pleasant Street, Paxton A happy girl, a lot of fun, a friendly smile for everyone.” " Kim " . . nurse . . beige . . steak . . sports . . dances . . skiing . . Tonight.” Student Council 4 (Secretary 4); Future Nurses ' Club 3 4 (His¬ torian 4); Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; Girls ' Choral 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Monitor 4; J.V. Hockey 1, 2; Varsity Hockey 3; Biology Club 2 ; Prom Committee 3, 4; Future Scientist Award 3; Intramural Club 1, 2; Showboat 2; Pep Squad 2; Future Teachers of America 4; Yearbook Staff 4. JAY ALLAN KIVISTO Wheeler Hill Road, Princeton " I like fun like everyone.” " Jay " . . Air Force . . steak . . girls . . purple. MARGARET ANN KNEELAND Meeting House Hill Road, Sterling " A little work a, little play, a cheery word, a bright good day.” " Mickey " . . lobster . . airline stewardess . . blue . . Pete . , " Some¬ body Loves You” . . (Don’t knock it!) Homemakers’ Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Social Chairman 3, President 4); Business Club 4. EMIL JOHN KOENIG 67 Highland Street, Holden " I just kept quiet and took notice. " " Doc ’” ,. , n «i neer S rf n . . sports .. girls . . French toast . . cars .. Till Then. Varsity Baseball 1, 2 3. 4; Gym Leader Corps 2, 3, 4; Football 1; J.V. Basketball 1, 2; Varsity Basketball 3, 4. JAMES LEONARD KNOX 80 Raymond Street, Holden " He often lightens melancholy with his merry jests.” ' X ' n ' •• doctor .. amateur radio . . pizza .. " Thunder Road” .. (Well, that s the way the belly buttons.) Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1. 2; Radio Club 3; Junior Classical League 1. 2. 3, 4; Chess Club 4; Dilettante Club 4; senior P ay 4; Thespian Club 4; Berg Science Seminar 2, 3; Slide Rule Club 4; Intramurals 1. DONNA MARIE KOHLSTROM 223 Bailey Road, Holden " Her ways are those of pleasantness. " " Cocoa " .. journalist .. red .. dancing .. writing .. pizza .. Air Force . . " You Belong to Me” . . (Like wow!) Auburn High School 1, 2; Honor Roll 2; Echo 3, 4 (Co-Editor 4); Monitor 4. ROBERT LEE KOHLSTROM 242 Bailey Road, Holden " Be content with your wages. " " Buckwheat " . . accountant . . red . . Janet . . cars . . steamed clams .. " More " . . (I wouldn’t kid ya.) Show Boat 1; Honor Roll 1; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Gym Leader Corps 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Track 2; Football 1, 2, 3. RICHARD ARTHUR KORTES Maple Avenue, Rutland " It was Greek to me.” " Dick " . . electronics . . black . . cars . . steak . . " Two Roads. " JOHN DAVID KRISTOFF Route 140 Sterling Jet., Sterling " A gentle man makes no noise.” " Johnny” .. business administrator .. blue .. dance contests .. black coffee . . water skiing . . " I ' m a Dreamer” . . (Terrific-swing iteeasy.) French Club 1, 2; Latin Club 1, 2; Home Room Representative 1, 2. BARBARA JANET LaCOUNT Spencer Road, Oakham " She is light-hearted and " content.” " Barbs” .. nurse .. green .. painting .. pie .. " Blue Velvet .. (Giggles.) Homemakers’ Club 1, 2, 3. ROBERT BRIAN LADNER Juniper Lane, Holden " Of any group he w-ill he one that wants to start a little fun.” Engineer . . red . . cars . . golf . . roast beef , . " It Hurts to be Sixteen” . . (Crack up.) Band 1, 2; Hi-Y 3, 4 (Secretary 4). KATHLEEN MARIE LaFONTAINE 23 Gail Drive, Holden " Enthusiasm is the genius of sincerity.” " Kathy La-” .. blue .. ice skating .. strawberry sundaes .. Robby . . French teacher . . " Cruel War.” French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1. 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3); Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3; Intramural Club 1; Field Hockey 3; Home¬ room Representative 2, 3; Prom Committee 3: Current Affairs Club 3; Future Teachers of America 3; French National Honor Society 2, 3 (Secretary 3); Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. CRAIG WILLIAM LANDQUIST 461 Bullard Street, Holden " I came to school to get a general idea of things.” " Peanuts” . . blue . . sports . . lobster . . engineer . . woodworking . . " Please Love Me Forever.” Track 1; Baseball 1, 2; Slide Rule Club 3; Intramural Volleyball 2; Monitor 3; Intramural Basketball 1; Award of Merit in Wood¬ working 1. tUbife-) .Vi. DIANNE MARIE LISTOVITCH East Princeton " Softly she speaks; sweetly she smiles.” " Di” . . hairdresser . shrimp . . blue . . Richie . . Navy . . sub¬ marines . . sewing . . knitting . . " My Boyfriend ' s Back.” Business Club 4 (Secretary 4). JOAN SUSAN LISTOWICH Oakdale Road, Sterling " Sweet is what she is. " " Joanie” . teacher fried clams . . yellow . . swimming . . sports . . " Everywhere” . . (Woo, woo.) Basketball 2. 3. 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Spanish Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Honor Roll 1; High Honor Roll 3; Office 4. KAREN CECELIA LANTIEGNE Box 156 Rutland Heights, Rutland " Sincerity leads to the top.” Nurse .. blue .. swimming .. lobster .. " Blue Velvet " .. (Turn blue.) Nurses ' Club 3. 4; Alpha Angles 2; Band 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 4; Intramural Club 1. LAUREN BERNADINE LANTIEGNE Box 156 Rutland Heights, Rutland " Know her by her quiet courtesy.” Secretary .. blue .. reading .. steak .. " Deep Purple” .. (Come on, will ya?) Glee Club 3, 4; General Science Fair (3rd Place 1); Echo Typist 4. ANDRE JOSEPH JOHN LAPOINTE Fisher Road, Holden " He who wishes to do mischief is never without reason. " " Andy " blue . . cars . . girls . . steak . . engineer . . " More” .. (Too bad!) RUSSELL PHILIP LaROCHE 350 Holden Street, Holden " He is a perpetual surprise even to those who know him best. " " Lead " . . college black . . 37 Chevy ' s . . hunting . peanut butter and banana sandwiches . . sports . . " Over the Mountain.” Spanish Club 1; Winter Track 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4. STANLEY HUNT LAWRENCE 608 Shrewsbury Street, Holden " A joke, a laugh, and a sincere heart.” " Stan” . . green . . folksinging . . horses . . grinders . . guitar . . banjo . . " Don’t Think Twice " . . (Don’t take any w-ooden banjos.) J.V. Basketball 1, 2; Football 3, 4; Echo 4; Showboat 2, 3, 4; Monitor 4. SALLY JANE LEMAIRE 212 Brattle Street, Holden " A capable athlete with a friendly smile. " Teacher . . rust . . music . . sports . . milk shakes . . " Climb Every Mountain” .. (Oh, he—!) High Honor Roll X; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Echo 4; Spanish Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Spanish Honor Society 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Future Teachers of America 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); National Honor Society 3, 4; Dilettante Club 4; Spanish Spoken Contest 2 (Second Place); United Nations ' Contest 3 (First Place); J.V. Hockey 1; Varsity Hockey 2, 3. 4; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Gym Leader Corps 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. ELLEN MARIE LOWE Clinton Road, Sterling " It ' s a friendly heart that has plenty of friends.” " Elesberry” . . pizza .. yellow .. Clinton .. dancing . . cooking .. bowling . . skating . . " Please Love Me Forever” . . (Hey, you can’t do that to me.) Badminton Intramurals 1; Homeroom Representative 1, 2; Home¬ making 1, 2, 3, 4. CHRISTINE ANN McAULIFFE 12 Johnson Street, Holden " Her innocence is but a garb. " " Chris” . . teacher . . steak . . blue . . swimming . . golfing . . knit¬ ting . . " Lollipops and Roses.” Spanish Club 1, 3; Prom Committee 3. JOANN McCAULEY 981 Main Street, Holden " I ' m no angel. " " Jo” . . fried clams . . hairdresser . . drawing . . clothes . . records . . skating . . green . . " Unforgettable” . . (You’re kidding.) JAMES MICHAEL McCORMICK R.F.D., Sterling Junction " Why worry about tomorrow, it will be gone the day after.” " Jimmy” . . business administrator . . tan . . pizza . . potato pancakes . . girls . . sports . . friendly . . " Sherry” . . (Well, what can ya do!) Football 1, 2, 3; Winter Track 2, 3; Intramural Volleyball 2; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. 4; Yearbook Staff 4. SUSAN McKEEN 66 Raymond Street, Holden " Life if well used, is long enough.” Actress . . spaghetti . . orange . . dancing . . skiing . . art . . music . . Auburn . . " What ' d I say” . . (Whoa, daddy.) Spanish Club 2, 3; Gym Leader 3; Modern Dance 4; Speech Club 1; Thespian Club 3, 4; Cheerleader Corps 4; Senior Play 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Showboat 3, 4; N.E. One-Act Play Contest 3. JAMES RICHARD McLAIN 200 Chapel Street, Holden " By his work is the worker known.” Agricultural Extension Work . . steak.. . red. Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3; Greenhand Reporter 1; Chapter Reporter 3; Cross Country 2 (Manager); Math Club 2; Photography Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. JON OLIVER MACK Fitch Pond Road, Sterling " The principle business of life is to enjoy it. " Commercial Artist . . hamburgers . . blue . . ice hockey . . pro-basket¬ ball .. cartooning .. loafing .. " Hammer Song” .. (Don’t lose any sleep over it.) Echo Art Staff 2; Football Manager 1; Ice Hockey 3, 4; Intramurals JEAN MacKENZIE 33 Meadow Wood Drive, Holden Talk she can, and talk she will, her tongue is never still.” Jeanie . . nurse . . turkey . . blue . . singing . . dancing . . acting .. " Theme From A Summer Place” .. (And I guess I didn’t have too much fun !) Library Club 3, 4; Future Nurses’ Club 3, 4 (President 4); Thespian Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Homeroom Representative 3; Regional Cast of Drama Festival 3; Forest Grove Junior High 1; Drama Club DAVID BRUCE MacPHEE 5 Lowell Avenue, Holden " Make the most of what comes and the least of what goes.” Accountant .. lobster .. red .. electronics .. " Deep Purple” .. (Good gat guerty!) ' Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club X, 2. SHARON ANN LEE MALO 216 Chapel Street, Holden " It s not what you do, but what you’re caught doing.” " Bug” .. IBM operator . . roast duckling . . blue . . bowling . . water skiing .. (Oh, ya?) Gym Leader Corps 1, 2, 3. JOSEPH AVERY MANNING III 131 Jamieson Road, Holden " Always jolly and quite carefree; life may be dull but never is he.” ’ ' ..i” 0 0 ®? ■ • roast beef blue . . sports cars . . skiing . . sports . Bang, Bang, Bang” . . (That’s true!) Football l, 2, 4; Echo Staff 3; Slide Rule Club 3; Intramural Club 1, 2, 3, 4. STEVEN JOHNSON MARONA 33 Forestdale Road, Paxton " Study as if you were to live forever. " Steve .. doctor - blue .. steak .. swimming .. science .. " Be True to Your School. Science Fair 1 2 3 (First Place 1); Biology Club 2; Math Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 2; Slide Rule Club 3; Echo 3; Berg Science Seminar 1. DENNIS PAUL MARTELLI Glenwood Road, Rutland " The tardy bell always rings a few minutes before he arrives. " " Den” . . electrician .. sports .. steak .. yellow .. " Thunder Road” . . (I give up, who is it?) ROBERT PETER MARTELLI Main Street, Rutland " The gods always favor the strong. " Hammer . . tarzan . . chicken . blue . . carpenter . . " Blue (Anybody knows that!) Velvet " JUDITH ANNE MASTERS 8 Grove Street, Paxton " The quiet ones are those who gain the most.” Judy . . teacher steak green . . swimming records . quiet . . " True Love Ways.” Honor Roll 1, 2. 3; Y-Teen Club 1. PAUL ALBERT MATHIEU 23 Apple Tree Lane, Holden " If it be a man’s work, I’ll do it. " " Paul” .. U.S.N. machinist .. steak .. red .. hot rods .. skiing .. (Seen the Haney machine lately?) Band 1, 3. 4; Gym Leader Corps 4. GAIL RUTH MEDINE 72 Nola Drive, Holden " Hear and see, and be still.” Teacher . . royal blue . . reading . . languages . . football games . . folk music .. " They Call the Wind Maria " .. (Yikes!) Speech Club 1; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Librarian 3; Echo 3; Latin Club 3, 4; Spanish National Honor Society 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4 (Chaplain 3, President 4). DONALD WESLEY MILES 1241 Main Street, Holden " The secret to success is constancy to purpose. " " Wes” . . doctor . . mocha frappes . . brown . . skiing . . travel .. Maine . . " Five Hundred Miles " . . (Yea, sure!!) Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; French Honor Society 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Science Fair 2 (Honorable Mention); Cross Country 2; Current Affairs Club 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Latin Club 1, 2, 3; French Club 1, 2, 3; Yearbook 4 (Business Manager); Intramural Club 2, 3; Senior Play Cast 4. DONALD ANTHONY MILLER 14 Pleasant Street, Paxton " Nothing endures but personal quality.” " Stretch " . . draftsman . . blue . . cars . . swimming, . . hunting . . playing pool .. " Heatwave” .. (Unbelievable!!) Spanish Club 3. JAMES GREGORY MILLER 104 Jamieson Road, Holden " Not a man of words but a man of action.” " Jim” .. forestry . . sports . . skiing . . steak . . green. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. ' DAWN MARIE MINASIAN Pleasantdale Road, Rutland " She seems so gentle and shy, but there ' s mischief in her eye.” " Tuesday” .. actress .. brown .. college dances .. " 500 Miles” .. (I plan to cry a lot!) Homeroom Representative 1; Y-Teen Club 1; Biology Club 2; Na¬ tional Thespian Society 2, 3, 4; Monitor 3, 4; Speech Club 3; Christmas Play 3; Prom Committee 3; Echo Staff 4. ROLF MINKENBERG 2 W Fairhill Road, Holden Schleswig, Danfigerstr, 25 " Rolf” .. sailor .. black .. ice skating .. macaroni .. music .. reading . . model ships . . (What does that word mean?) Domschule Schleswig 1, 2, 3; Senior Play Cast 4. PATRICIA ANN MATTHEWS Box 93, Princeton " A live wire in a dull town. " " Pat " .. nurse .. lobster .. blue .. sports .. boys, boys, boys!! .. " I Want To Be Wanted.” J.V. Hockey 1, 2; Varsity Hockey 3, 4; Gym Leader Corps 3; Latin Club 1, 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3; Showboat 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses’ Club 3, 4; Echo Staff 3, 4; Pep Squad 3, 4; Monitor 3, 4; National Thespian Society 4. JOHN FREDERICK MATTSON 89 Stoneleigh Road, Holden " Good at work, better at play, willing to talk to the girls all day.” " Goldie” . . blue . . steak . . baseball . . friendly . . blond . . " Cross¬ fire” . . (What’s the scoop?) Spanish Club 4 (Vice-President 4); Honor Roll 3; Baseball 2; Spanish Honor Society 3, 4; Intramural Club 2, 3. PAULINE MARIE MORKAVAGE R.F.D. Hubbardston Road, Hubbardston " The less talk the more ideas.” " Pauline” . . blue . . sewing . . records . . singing. Homemakers’ Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Speech Club 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. MlUHLLLb MAUREEN MORRIS .. C rr , ®° x 276, Sterling bo free from care. " Shellie” . . fried clams . . lavender . . lab technician . . reading . . knitting . . bakery . . " Til.” Commerce High School; Oxford High School 2; South High School 3; Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Biology Club 2; Golf Club 2- rrenen Club 3. ELIZABETH ANN MOSHER 528 Charnock Road, Rutland " You come late, yet you come.” " Lizzie” . . commercial artist . . French fries . . brown skiing . . Tonight” . . (Shut up!) Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Echo Staff 4. CHERYL MURRAY Upper North Row Road, Leominster " A girl sincere and true.” " Cherry” . . social worker . . . . blue . . " He’s a Rebel” . . Homemakers’ Club 1, 2; Latin Yearbook Staff 4. apple pie . . sports . . radio (Sporty!) Club 2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; ROBERT MICHAEL MYERS 92 Pleasant Street, Paxton " In silence there’s a worth that bears risk.” " Bob” . . pizza . . pool . . quiet . . green . . sports . . cars. Intramurals 1. SUSAN MARGARET NADEAU Central Avenue, Sterling Junction " Friendliness, noise, and a bit of giggle.” " Sue” . . hairdressing . . pink . . sketching . . " Deep Purple” . . (I can tell) Mahar Regional High School 1; Intramurals 3. GEORGE ROBERT NAJEMY 2 West Fairhill Road, Holden The great hope of society is individual character.” " George " . . green . . sports . . " Moon River” . . (Un¬ believable !) Current Affairs Club 1, 2, 3. 4 (Vice-President 2; President 3, 4); Latin Club 2, 3. 4; Speech Club 2; J.V. Basketball 1, 2; Basebali 2, 3. 4; Football 3, 4; Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4; Debating Team 2; Student Council 3, 4; Homeroom Representative 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Class President 3, 4. BERNARD JOSEPH NELSON Redstone Hill, Sterling " He who invented work should have finished it.” " Bernie” . . cars . . cooking . . chef . . blue . . " Caribbean.” Officials ' Club 1, 2; Football 2; Cross Country 1; Intramural Club 1. 2. ELIZABETH ANN NELSON Redstone Hill, Sterling " She that thinks herself the happiest girl, really is so.” " Betty” .. hairdressing .. cars .. Ray .. spaghetti .. white .. " Wonderful, Wonderful” .. (You don ' t suppost’a do that!) Homemakers’ Club 3, 4; Monitor 4; Intramurals 3. KAREN JEAN NELSON 173 Brattle Street, Holden " Always merry, always gay, we find her happy every day.” Corvettes . Pinecroft ice cream . . orange . . business administration . reading . dependable . . " 500 Miles " . . (Where there’s life, there’s hope!) Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain 4); National Honor Society 3, 4; French National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3; Current Affairs Club 3, 4; Echo Staff 1, 2, 3 (Office Manager 3); Honor Roll 2; High Honors 1, 3; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4; Office 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Dilettante Club 4; Senior Play Committee 4. DONALD ALBERT NESMITH Maple Street, Sterling " Silence makes no mistakes.” " Don” . . college . . pizza . . red . . skiing " Shut Down” . . (Check it out! !) Track 3, 4. KAREN MARIE NIEBEL 14 Briarcliff Lane, Holden " Cheerful company shortens the miles.” " Karen” . . boys . . dancing . . music . . lavender . . " Misty” . . (Oh, what am I going to do?) Prom Committee 3; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Future Nurses’ Club 4; Class Colors 4; Senior Homemakers’ Club 3. DEBORAH JANE NORQUIST 28 Glenwood Street, Holden " Life is short and so am I.” " Shorty” . . secretary . . blue . . marriage " True Love Ways " . . (Not bad !) Monitor 4. MARY ANN NYGARD 1727 North Main Street, Jefferson " The quiet mind is richer than the crown.” " Shortie” . . accountant . . blue . . painting . . spaghetti . . " End of the World” . . (Remarkable!) Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 2; Echo Staff 4; Business Club 4. CYNTHIA JEAN NYSTROM 40 Chapel Street, Holden " Small in stature, but large in friendliness.” " Cyndy” .. teacher .. blue .. sewing .. fried clams .. bowling .. " So Much In Love” . . (Really?) Spanish Club 1; Homemakers’ Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 2); Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Business Club 4 (President 4). SCOTT WARREN OLSEN 270 Brattle Street, Holden " So free from care. " Electronics . . ham . . radios . . quiet. Radio Club 2, 4 (Secretary 2). CAROL ANN OLSON Pommagussett Road, Rutland " A kind heart is the fountain of gladness.” Quiet . . commercial artist . . mushrooms .. music . . painting . . black . . art . . flute . . " Rhapsody in Blue " . . (hmmm) Honor Roll 1, 4; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Band 2, 3. 4; Glee Club 3. 4; Choral Group 3, 4; Chorus 2, 4; Dilettante Club 4; Spanish Club 2. 3. JANICE ELAINE OLSON Newell Road, Holden " A sweet girl with few words.” " Jan” . secretary . . lavender . . sea food . . people . . cars . . sewing . . " Wonderland by Night” . . (Hey, wait for me!) Homemakers’ Club 1, 2, 3, 4. BECKY EDITH PANDISCIO Clemence Avenue, Sterling Junction " Little girl in a whirl.” Dental hygienist . . chocolate malted frappes . . music . . Jack . . dancing . . blue . . sewing. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Future Teachers of America 2; Latin Club 2. RONALD WALLACE PAPIERSKI Main Street, Rutland " It’s a good thing it’s Friday. " " Pappy” .. cars .. skindiving .. hunting .. skiing .. Renault .. (I don’t know !) Washington High School, Freemont, California, 2. JOSEPH LAR1VIER PAQUETTE 221 Lovell Road, Holden " Keep smiling, it makes everyone wonder what you ' ve been up to.” " Joe” .. engineer . . steak .. red .. pool .. football .. Mayo’s Pharmacy . . " Baby Wha’d I Say " . . (Yee-shee) Football 1, 2, 3; Spring Track 2; Student Council 2, 3, 4 (Vice- President 4); Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; French Club 2. FRANCIS ALBERT PARADY 46 Fairview Avenue, Holden " Good at work, better at play, willing to talk to the girls all day. " " Fran " . . business manager . . red . . fried clams . . brother ' s corvette . . skiing . . cars . . " Breaking Up is Hard to Do” . . (You outa your tree?) PRISCILLA JANE PATTERSON 30 Colonial Road, Holden " Pretty, peppy, and popular. " " Jane " . . blue . dancing . . fried clams . Maine . . teacher . . friendly .. " Sugar Shack” .. (Oh, my gosh!) Future Nurses’ Club 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Honor Society 3. 4 (Vice-President 4); National Thespian Society 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. 4; Homeroom Representative 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Honor Roll 2, 3; Intramural Club 1, 2; Showboat 3, 4; Office 3, 4. BRENDA MAE PAYNE 131 Pleasant Street, Paxton " I’ll put a girdle round about the earth.” " Been " dancer turquoise . . roast beef . . entertaining " Caravan” . . (Really?) PATRICIA ANN PEARSON 233 Chapel Street, Holden " Joy rises in me like a summer moon. " " Pat " . . teacher . . ice cream . . pink . . skiing . . dancing . . " Exodus " .. (Oh, yeah!) Majorettes 1, 2; French Club 1; National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2. SARA ANN PEFFER 23 Maple Street, Holden " Gently does she speak. " " Sally” . . artist . . chocolate sundae . . rose . . reading . . crafts . . traveling . . " Shenandoah. " Honor Roll 1, 2; French Club 1; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Echo Staff 2, 3, 4; Honorable Mention in Biology 2; Chess Club 3; Future Teachers of America 3, 4. LINDA ANN PELLECCHIA Maple Street, Sterling " A happy combination of mischief, humor, and sincerity. " Drama . . speech therapist . . sports . . records . . blue . . spaghetti .. " Heat Wave” . . (Hunga ho !) Leominster High 1, 2; National Latin Award 2; Honor Roll 1, 2; Echo 3; Latin Club 2; J.V. Basketball 2; Volleyball 2; Thespian Society 4; High Honor Roll 3; French Club 3, 4; Senior Play Pro¬ duction 4. BRIAN PAUL PETERSON 90 Wyoming Drive, Holden " Work never mingles with play.” " Pete " .. factory worker .. baby blue .. chop-suey .. mechanics .. " The End” . . (Too bad) Football 1, 2, 3, 4. SUSAN DOREEN PETERSON 54 Powers Road, Holden " Merrily, merrily shall I live.” " Petie " .. medical secretary .. cheeseburgers .. ice cream .. reading . . horseback-riding . . falcon . . W.A. . . skiing . . music . . 3 b’s " Twelfth of Never” . . (Whoa) Library Club 1, 2, 3, (Secretary 2, 3); Future Teachers of America 3, 4; J.V. Hockey 1; Varsity Hockey 2; Honor Roll 1, 2; Homeroom Representative 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Showboat 3, 4; Monitor 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Senior Play Committee. STEPHANIE MICHELLE PIELASZCZYK 664 Bullard. Street, Holden " Enough work to do, and energy enough to do the U ' ork.” " Stef” .. airline hostess .. steak .. green .. skiing .. Killington .. " Chances Are.” Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3, President 4); French Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 4; J.V. Hockey 1; Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Honor Roll 1; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Intramural Club 1, 2; Prom Committee 3, 4; Monitor 1, 2, 3, 4; Showboat 1; Senior Play Production. ROGER SEARLS PILLSBURY Heywood Road, Sterling " If I were quiet, who would know I was around?” " Rog” . . radiologist . . 4-H . . blue . . lobster . . travel . . " Moon River” . . (It could be) Latin Club 1; Biology Club 2; French Club 2, 3, 4; Audio-Visual 1; Science Fair 3; Glee Club 3, 4. CHARLES OTIS PINEO 1062 Main Street, Holden " What care I, when I can rest, relax and take life at its best.” " Cedric " . . construction . . Honduras maroon . . football . . cars . . pool . . (How’s your fern?) WAYNE BUZZELL PINKHAM 376 Pleasant Street, Paxton " The future depends on the individual. " " Buzz " .. automotive stylist .. metallic gold . . fried clams .. cars . . drags . . " String Along” . . (Are you kidding?) Latin Club 1. CAROL ANN POLAISKI Fairhill Road, Holden For she is the quiet kind, whose nature never varies. " " Miz " . secretary .. hamburgers .. green .. swimming .. bowling Twilight Time” .. (Sure) Honor Roll 1. ALBERT WILLIAM POND Finn Park Road, Rutland " I have immortal longings in me.” Butch . . cars . . girls . . pizza . . green . . (That’s the breaks.) Gym Leader Corps 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio Club 2, 3. SUSAN DICKSON POTTER 93 Meadow Wood Drive, Holden " Her friends; they are many—her foes; are there any?” , Bpttsy . . teacher . . blue . . golf . . spaghetti . . water skiing .. Heavenly” . . (Are you kidding?) Basketball 1; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 3; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Showboat 4. IKHRMf ELIZABETH PAULINE POWER 68 Stoneleigh Road, Holden " Success is a part of happiness.” " Betsy” . . executive secretary . . corned beef . . red . . sports . . tennis . . " Love Is a Many Splendored Thing” .. (Son of a gun) J.v. Hockey 1; J.V. Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 4; Echo Staff 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1; Prom Committee 3; Monitor; Office 4. WILLIAM THAYER PRATT Rolling Ridge Road, Holden " Certainly this is a duty, not a sin. " " Bill” . . biologist . . pizza . . skiing . . skating . . reading . . green .. " Exodus” .. (Whip-ee-do) Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Echo 2, 3, 4; Speech Club 2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Senior Cabinet 4; Band 1, 2; Spanish Speaking Contest 2, 3; Monitor 4. DONNA ELAINE PROVOST 4 Jackson Street, Holden " A heart full of cheer makes a face full of sunshine.” " Don " .. fashion buyer .. steak .. blue . writing .. sports .. " What Kind of Fool Am I” . . (For Pete ' s sake) French Club 2, 3, 4; Echo Staff 3, 4; Honor Roll 1; French Club (Program Committee Chairman 4). LOIS MARIE PUGH Bean Road, Sterling Junction " I like a quiet life. " ’’laris " .. secretary .. blue .. Clinton .. shrimp .. driving .. danc¬ ing . . sewing . . Kentucky .. " Exodus " .. (Don’t get shook!!) Majorette 1, 2, 3; Majorettes Award 1, 2, 3; Prom Committee 3. ELIZABETH THERESA QUAIL Mortimer Road, Sterling Junction " Thought works in silence, so does virtue. " " Betty” .. clerk ..typist . . spaghetti .. boys .. Clinton .. purple . . driving . . bowling . . dancing . . baking . . sewing . . " Moon River " .. (You dumb-nut!!) Echo Staff 4; Senior Homemakers ' Club 3, 4; Intramural Club 1; Prom Committee 3. RICHARD ALDEN RANDALL 17 Centerwood Drive, Holden " Not that I like to study less, I like to love more.” " Dick” . . actor . . steak . . girls . . blue . . mathematics . . " What Kind of Fool Am I?” . . (Whoa, check that out!) Echo Staff 1; Freshman Football; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3. EVELYN IDA RASKU Main Street, Rutland " Gay, fun loving, but sincere.” " Evy” . . typist . . clerk . . chicken . . blue . . organ playing . . writing letters . . (Keep it up !) Honor Roll 3; Yearbook Staff (Secretary) 4. TIMOTHY EDWARD REIDY 327 Salisbury Street, Holden " He’s a regular guy, why say more?” " Tim” . . electrical engineer . . fried clams . . cars . . blue . . girls . . radios . . architecture . . " What Kind of Fool Am I?” .. (Oh, I forget!) Cross Country 1; Winter Track 2; Math Club 2; Slide Rule Club 3. MARSHA ELIZABETH REXFORD Justice Hill Road, Sterling Junction ’’Says but little, thinks a lot. " " Marsha” . . secretary . . dancing . . chicken . . blue . . " Town With¬ out Pity” .. (Oh, brother!!) Echo Staff 4; Prom Committee 3. LINDA RAE RICE Box 113, Princeton " Quiet with a pleasant smile.” " Linda” . . nurse . . lobster . . tiny . . blue . . sewing . . people . . " Who Am I?” . . (What a riot! 1) National Thespian Society 2, 3; French Club 2, 3. WAYNE TAYLOR RICE 3 Oakwood Street, Holden " Pen and ink is wit ' s plow.” " Chex” .. teacher .. French fries .. green .. writing .. dramatics . . psychology . . science-fiction . . " Summertime.” Intramural Club 1; Volleyball 2; Honor Roll 2; Speech Club 1; Future Teachers of America 3. 4; Echo Staff 4; National Thespian Society 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 (Chaplain 4, President 3). GEORGE STANLEY RICHARDSON 19 Wyndhurst Drive, Holden " Life is too short to worry.” " Georgie” .. electrician .. blue .. skiing .. radios .. girls. Freshman Football; Hockey 2; Gym Leader Corps 2, 3. MARILYN HOWE ROBBINS 24 Winthrop Lane, Holden " A horse! a horse! My kingdom for a horse— " Mimi " .. raising horses .. blue .. skiing .. playing the piano .. (That ' s amazing!!) Varsity Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain 4); Homeroom Representative 1, 3; Biology Club 2: Current Affairs Club 3, 4; Showboat 2; Echo Staff 4; Honor Roll 2; Gym Leader Corps 3; Office 4; Senior Play Committee. PHYLLIS MARIE ROBILLARD 84 Brattle Street, Holden " Her eyes were made for laughing, and they did their duty.” Phill ’ . . chocolate cake . . blue . . art . . bowling . . swimming . . singing .. (But definitely!) French Club 1, 3. 4; Y-Teens; French Club 4. FLORENCE EDITH ROBINSON 434 Grove Street, Paxton " Dynamite in a small package.” " Flo” . . secretary . . brown . . ravioli . . sports . . dancing sewing. Showboat 3; Basketball 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y; Field Hockey 4. ARLENE THERESA ROMAN 542 Wachusett Street, Holden " Always forgets something but never forgets anyone.” Teacher . . steak . . blue . . reading . . painting . . boating . . " Give My Regards to Broadway " . . (Oh !) Latin Club 1. 2, 3, 4 (Corresponding Secretary 3, 4); Nurses ' Club 3, 4; Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2; Latin Club Declamation Contest 2 (Second Place); Honor Roll 2; Science Fair 3 (Honorable Mention). JACQUELINE MARY RUSSELL 2356 Main Street, Holden ' Never a dull moment’ is my middle name. " " Jackie” . . friendly . . hairdresser . . lobster . . boys . . swimming . . " Johnny Angel .. (Hi, there!) Chorus 1; Monitor 4; Field Hockey 4. DONALD JAMES RUTHERFORD Main Street, Rutland " Nothing is impossible to a willing heart.” _ Fudd . chicken . . red . . cars . . money . . medicine . . rest . . " Shake A Tail Feather” . . (Hey, gun.) Class President 1; Current Affairs Club 1, 2; Freshman Football; J.V. Basketball 1, 2; Spring Track 1, 2; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3; Central Massachusetts Conference High Jump Champion 2; Winter Track 3; Hi-Y 3, 4. F KATHERINE BARBARA SACKETT Cutler Road, Jefferson " She who is industrious is bound to succeed. " " Kay” .. lobster .. records .. blue . . horses .. " Blue on Blue” . (Oh. brother!) SANDRA ANN SARGENT Ford’s Road, Sterling " Silence is the fence ' round wisdom.” Sandy secretary . . blue . . hamburgers . . sports . . clothes. Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Homemakers ' Club 2, 3; Intramurals Club 1; Echo Typist 4; Senior Play 4; Senior Prom 4. LEA ANNE SCALES Main Street, Rutland " A friendly smile is always worthwhile. " " Lea Anne” .. lobster .. blue .. swimming .. dimples .. nurse .. " Goodnight, My Love” . . (1 don ' t know!) Spanish Club 2, 3; Spanish Honor Society 3; Monitor 3; Future Nurses ' Club 4. ROBERT SVEN SCHANG 24 Nola Drive, Holden " It is excellent to have a giant’s strength, but it is tyrannous to use it like a giant. " " Jake " . . girls . . sports . . girls . . fried clams . . girls . . blue . . (Listen to her !!) Basketball 1, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 3, 4; Football 1, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; Biology Club 2; Intramural Club 1, 2, 3; Officials’ Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor 3, 4; Showboat 1; Varsity Club 4; Math Club 2; Gym Leader Corps 1, 3, 4. RICHARD HARRI SCHILTZ 367 Highland Street, Holden " Let each man do his best. " " Dick " .. fried clams .. black .. golf .. fishing .. cars .. swim¬ ming . . (Don’t ask me!) Football 1; Echo 1, 2, 3: Cross Country 2, 3; Varsity Basketball Manager 2; Spring Track 2, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 3, 4; Gym Leader Corps 3, 4. DONALD WILLARD SEGUR 82 Brattle Street, Holden " Who sows a field, or plants a tree, is mightier than all.” " Don " . . lamb . . yellow . . cars . . guns . . forestry . . lawn mower engines . . " 409.” Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Farmers of America Basketball Chapter; State Milk Judging Team. ROBERT JAMES SAVAGE 2 Wildwood Road, Holden " Ambition has no rush. " " Sarge” . . metrecal . . orange . . hunting . . cars . . 409 • • " Thunder Road " . . (Oh, yeah?) Football 1; Monitor 3. DIANNE JEAN SENTER 49 Highland Street, Holden " Her smile will never wear off.” ”Di” .. fried chicken .. pink .. quiet .. reading .. " Teenage Prayer " .. (I don’t know!) Bancroft School 1; Band 2, 3; French Club 2, 3, 4; Echo Staff 4; Honor Roll 3; Student Council 1; Drama Board 1; Powder and Wig Society 1. GEORGE EDWARD SEXTON 22 Harrington Drive, Holden " Men of few words are the best men.” " Ski " . . mechanic . . hamburgers . . red . . skiing . . cars . . racing boats . . " Let’s Go.” Senior Play Production 4. PHILLIP MARCEL SAVAGE Kendall Hill Road, Sterling " A man is known by the company he keeps.” " Phil” .. architect .. cars .. girls .. fried clams .. blue .. (You heard me the first time!) JOHN WILLIAM SHAUGHNESSY Gregory Hill, Princeton " The imp of mischief in his eye. " John " . Iollypops . . journalism . . skiing . . tennis . . blue. St. John s 1, 2, 3; Echo 4; Senior Play 4. BRADFORD HOWARD SHERBLOM 364 Reservoir Street, Holden " Men of few words are the best men.” iSta ,5f ■ ' i ndl , -■ " Pw r■ ■ ®« " ’ l : 5 - 4: Tl “ k »• DONALD STUART SHERMAN 244 Brattle Street, Holden " There’s mischief in this man.” - - b j u •• electrical engineer .. hamburgers .. ham radios .. ocotch and Soda. Cranston High School 2; Saint Andrews High School 1; Track 2- Kadio Club 3, 4. ROGER ALLEN SIMPSON John Dee Road, Sterling With a bit of devil in his eye.” " Simple " . . business administration . . roast beef . . red . . cars Crying " . . (Is that right?) Cross Country 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain 4); Basketball 2, 3, 4; Boys ' Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3). j SUSAN AMELIA SMITH 639 Pleasant Street, Paxton I " In art doth her fancy lie.” " Smith” . . maroon . . lobster . . skiing . . W.A. . . sailing . . Cape Cod . . " Chances Are " .. (Fwap) Field Hockey 2. 3. 4; Varsity Club 3. 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Prom Committee 3.. 4; Christmas Play 3. 4; Monitor 4; French Club 1, 2, 3; Biology Club 2; Intramural Club 1; Yearbook I Staff 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Photography Club 4. LOUISE RAE SNAY 5 Woodland Drive, Paxton I " When done by her it is done well.” I . ' . ' Utilise”. • • nursing . . dancing . . music . . pizza . . blue . . I " Abilene” . . (Are you kidding?) I Chandler Street Junior High 1; Bancroft School 2; Glee Club 1, 3, 4; Girls ' Athletic Association 1; Honor Roll 1, 3; Blue Moon Fair I Committee 2; Class Cabinet 3; Prom Committee 3. 4; Future Teachers I of America 4; French Club 4; Girls ' Choral Group 4; Showboat 4: I Senior Play 4. LOUISE ANN SMICHINSKI East Hill, Oakham " A pleasant smile indicates a pleasant personality.” " Louise” .. teacher .. pizza .. red .. sewing .. " Are You Sincere?” . . (It’s an awful thing!) Homemakers ' Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 2; Thespian Society 4. library h achusetj regional h»H school r HOLDEN, MASSACHUSETTS LINDA ELAINE SLONGWHITE East Princeton Road, Princeton " The best things come in small packages.” " Lin” . . cute . . quiet . . secretary . . short . . blue. Business Club 4. ROBERT VAN SPRAGUE 180 Nola Drive, Elolden " He may not convince you, but he argues on.” " Reggie” . . salad . . golf . . blue . . reading . . " Rhapsody in Blue” . . (I doubt it.) Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Speech Club 1, 2, 4; Debating Team 2; Boys’ Chorus 1, 2, 3; Current Affairs Club 2, 3, 4; Dilettante Club 4; Senior Play Cast 4; Basketball Manager 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 4; Prom Committee 4; Echo Staff l, 2, 3; Showboat 4. MICHAEL DAVID STACY 27 Bailey Road, Holden " If he ' s not joining in the fun, he’s making it.” " Mike” .. chef .. cheeseburgers .. Honduras maroon .. drags .. skiing .. " Abilene” .. (Yah!) Football 1; Student Council 1, 2; Class President 2; Spanish Club 1; Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. PHILIP JOSEPH SOBOL Princeton Street, Holden " Farmers are the founders of civilization and prosperity.” " Phil” . . quiet farmer. Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 3); Future Farmers of America Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; State Milk Judging Team 3; Dairy Cattle Judging Team 1, 2, 3; Fruit Judging Team 3, 4. RODNEY ROY SOMMA East Park Drive, Sterling " A swell guy to the end.” " Ron” .. carpenter .. fried clams .. blue .. football .. baseball .. fishing .. hunting .. " Abilene.” SEIERMAN EUGENE SOTTAK, JR. 25 Fairchild Drive, Holden " A good sport, a ready friend.” " Sherm” . . fried clams . . blue . . detention hall . . blusher . . 38 Olds’ . . " Endless Sleep.” Football 1, 2; Track 1; Prom Committee 4; Senior Play Production 4. FRANK JOSEPH SOTTILE Mount Pleasant Avenue, Holden " Generally speaking he’s quiet.” " Squeaky” . . certified public accountant . . spaghetti . . green . . sports . . " Popsicles and Icicles.” French Club 1, 2, 3 (Treasurer 2); Hockey Team 2, 3, 4 (Manager); Baseball 3, 4 (Manager). ERNEST ADRIAN SPENCER Clinton Road, Sterling " He worships the day sleep was invented.” " Ernie” . . business administration . . fried rice . . blue . . fun .. eating .. sleeping .. " Patches” .. (.Gee!) Varsity Club 2, 3; Spring Track 2, 3; Cross Country 1, 2; Winter Track 1, 2, 3. JUDITH ELIZABETH SPINNEY Box 208 Barre Road, Oakham ' ' A twinkle in her eye, a sparkle in her smile.” " Judy” . . history teacher . . hamburgers . . sewing . . brown . . " A Certain Smile” . . (I almost might!) Homemakers’ Club 2, 3; Pep Squad 2; Echo Staff 4; Yearbook Staff 4. DEBORAH ANN STEIN Worcester Road, Princeton " Mischief, thou art afoot.” " Debbie” . . blue . . teacher . . pretzels . . bowling . . big cars . . N.Y.C. . . (You ' re out of your mind !) Honor Roll 3; Thespian Society 2; Intramural Club 1; Future Teachers of America 4. LARRY HEWITT STODDARD Laurelwood Road, Sterling " I came to school to get a general idea of things.” Electrician . . black . . steak . . short wave radio . . girls . . friendly .. " Tennessee Waltz.” MARY CATHERINE STREETER Pleasantview Avenue, Sterling " She seems quiet, but you’d be surprised.” " Mar” .. blue .. writer .. onion rings .. cute .. " Hey Girl” .. (And I guess you know why!) Showboat 3, 4; Field Hockey 4; Girls’ Choral Group 1; Prom Com¬ mittee 3; Echo Staff 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Christ¬ mas Literary Magazine 4; Senior Reflections " 64. " SUSAN CLAIRE STEVENS Sherwood Drive, Sterling " My middle name is mischief. " " Sue " . . short . . cute . . friendly .. likeable . . skiing . . Cape Cod . . redheads . . (No, I ' m sorry.) Pep Squad 2, 3; Field Hockey 2. 3; French Club I; Showboat 2; Prom Committee 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Office 3; Intramural Club 1; Future Teachers of America 3, 4. GAIL MARY SULLIVAN 63 Raymond Street, Holden " It’s nice to be natural if you’re naturally nice. " " Sullv” . skiing . . MG ' s . . British racing green . . cute . . friendly .. (Yea, almost!) Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain 2, Captain 3); Showboat 2, 3, 4; Class Cabinet 1; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1; Prom Committee 3: Echo Staff 1; Spanish Club 2, 3; Field Hockey 1, 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Biology Club 2: Senior Play 1; Math Club 2. KAREN SANDER SWENSON 808 Main Street, Holden " If silence is golden, she is fourteen karat.” Interior decorator . . milkshakes . . blue . . art . . cute . . " 500 Miles” .. (What a riot 1) Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Pep Squad 3 (Vice-President 3); Echo Staff 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Senior Play Production 4. LINDA VIVIAN SWENSON 336 Shrewsbury Street, Holden " The only way to have a friend is to be one.” " Swen” . teacher . lobster . . green . . skiing . . sports . . music . . " Small World” .. (Oh, for Pete’s sake!) Hockey 1. 2. 3. 4 (Co-Captain 4); Basketball 1, 2; French Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 3. 4; Intramural Club 1, 2; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Showboat Committee 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Senior Cabinet; Honor Roll 1, 4: Prom Committee 3, 4; Science Fair 3; Senior Play Production; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Varsity Club 4. SANDRA ANN TANNER 240 Grove Street, Paxton " Good nature brings many friends.” Sandy steak .. gold I.B.M. .. dancing " Misty” (Sure, uh huh !) Chandler Street Junior High 1; Commerce High 2; Glee Club 1; Prom Committee 3, 4; Business Club 4. FLORENCE OLIVE THIBEAULT Broad Street, Elolden " With friendship I will make my way.” " Flossy” .. hairdresser .. boys .. French fries .. blue .. records .. " True Love Never Runs Smooth” . . (Oh, boy!) Biology Club 2; Y-Teens 4; Home Economics Club 4; Senior Play Committee 4. BERNARD EVERETT THOMAS 11 Prospect Avenue, Sterling " Life is short at best, why not enjoy it.” " Bernie” . . steak . . hunting . . cars . . blue . . " Blue Velvet” . . (Oh, ya!) JUANITA ELAINE THOMAS 10 Clemence Avenue, Sterling " Ambition is the father of virtue.” Teacher .. yellow .. squash pie .. reading .. gardening .. " Exo¬ dus.” Latin Club 1; French Club 3; Spanish Club 3; Library Club 1, 2, 3; Monitor 4. NANCY LEE TRUDEAU Route 140, Princeton " Habits change into character.” " Nance” . . boys . . Jimmy . . parties . . peach . . " All In The Game.” Future Nurses ' Club 3; Homemakers’ Club 2, 3; Monitor 3. EDWARD JAMES TUCHOLSKI 174 Princeton Street, Princeton " Everyday he goes to school and never breaks a rule.” " Eddie” .. baby blue .. civil engineer .. pizza .. " In My Room” . . (How’s the world treating you?) Spanish Club 1. DOROTHY TERESA URBANOVITCH Davis Hill Road, Paxton " A tender heart, a will inflexible, zealous, yet modest.” " Dotty " .. medical secretary .. fried clams .. boys .. blue .. accordion . . " Moon River.” Business Club 4 (Treasurer); Showboat 3; Senior Play Production 4; Honor Roll 3. BONNIE VIRGINIA TAYLOR East Hill Road, Oakham " Happy I am; from care I’m free. Why aren’t they all content like me?” " Bonnie” . . commercial art . . skiing . . blue . . painting . . lobster .. " Stranger on the Shore” . . (Hey, you!) Prom Committee 3, 4; Showboat 3, 4. HOWARD LOWE TAYLOR Gates Terrace, Sterling Junction " A right good fellow here you see and one who’s friendly as can be.” " Howie” .. roast beef .. blue .. bowling .. swimming .. girls .. " Blowin’ in the Wind.” Latin Club 1, 2, 3; Biology Club 2 (Secretary); National Thespian Society 4; Senior Play Cast 4. DIANA LOUISE VALERA Main Street, Sterling " Soft spoken attractiveness.” " Diane” . . blue . . drawing .. steak . . nurse . . drawing .. " To¬ night, Toinght.” St. Bernard High School 1, 2, 3; Booster Club 1, 2; Glee Club 2, 4; Debating Club 2; Nurses’ Club 3, 4; French Club 3; Yearbook Staff 4. NANCY JANE VANDERPYL Pommogussett Road, Rutland " All musical people seem to be happy.” " Nance” .. lobster .. green .. " Take Five” .. (god!) Band 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Chorus 2, 4; French Club 3, 4; Year¬ book Staff 4; Christmas Play 3; Senior Play; Prom Committee 3, 4; Showboat Staff 4; Dilettante Club 4; Honor Roll. HUMPHREY HATHAWAY WARE JR. 64 Homestead Road, Holden " A person of few words makes the least errors. " " Hoppy” . . red .. sports .. gardening. Spring Track 1, 2; Honor Roll 3. JEAN BARBARA WARPULA 145 West Street, Paxton " Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low.” " Jeannie” .. blue . . dancing . . Navy . . swimming .. records .. pizza secretary .. " Blue Velvet” .. (Are you some kind of a nut?) French Club 1; Echo 3; Honor Roll 3; Monitor 3; Prom Committee 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Business Club 4; Homemakers ' Club 4. JAMES STEVEN VANWERT 415 Shrewsbury Street, Holden " They never talk who always think.” " J. V. " .. steak .. green .. sportswriter .. baseball .. basketball .. " Run Away.” Honor Roll 1, 3; Junior Varsity Baseball 2; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 3. CAROLE ANN VARNEY 826 Main Street, Holden " Excitement follows in her footsteps.” " Varn” . . stewardess . . lobster . . yellow . . " Scotch and Soda. " GAYLA LEA VARTANIAN 7 Marlen Road, Holden " Witty, lively, and full of fun; talk she will to everyone.” " Vart” .. mathematician .. yellow .. dancing .. skiing .. coffee frappes . . ' Cuddle Up a Little Closer” . . (Has anyone seen Emil?) Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4; High Honors 1; Honor Roll 2, 3; French Club 1; J.V. Field Hockey 1, 2; Yearbook 4; Monitor 2; Office 3, 4. KATHLEEN ANN VILLNAVE 22 Montana Drive, Holden " Quietness and confidence shall be her strength. " " Kathy” .. blue .. Hampton Beach .. scamp .. potato chips .. secretary . . " Blue Velvet.” Business Club 4; Homemakers’ Club 4. FRED STURDEVANT WARREN, JR. Brintnal Drive, Rutland " Youth comes but once in a life time.” " Rick” . . blue . . track . . traveling . . grange . . lobster . . peace corps volunteer .. (Great!) Cross-Country 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1. PHILIP HAMILTON WARREN, III 41 Jamieson Road, Holden " Love ’em and leave ’em.” " Rusty " . . steak . . red . . weights . . " Theme to Magnificent Seven.” Spanish Club 1; Biology Club 2 (President 2); Slide Rule Club 3; Winter Track 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain 4); Gym Leader Corps 1, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Showboat 3. PATRICIA ALMA WERSALL East Princeton Road, Princeton " Friendship is not to be bought at a fair.” " Pattie " .. blue .. clothes .. John .. roller skating .. lobster .. secretary . . " Please Love Me Forever.” Homemakers’ Club 1, 4; Business Club 4. INEZ MAE WESLEY Box 23, Sterling " To love the game beyond the prize.” Boys . . lavender . . movies . . steak , . hairdressing . . " Love Hurts” . . (Is that right?) Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 1); Monitor 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 1. JANICE LEE WHITE Box 623, East Princeton " As fond of fun as fun can be.” " Jan” .. basketball .. green .. swimming .. Johnny .. steak .. receptionist .. " Blue Velvet” .. (Gee, whiz!) Basketball 2, 3, 4; Homemakers’ Club 3, 4; Nurses ' Club 4; Monitor 4; Business Club 4. JOHN PERLY WHITTEN 2 Miles Road, Rutland " Born for success.” " Sylvester” .. blue .. reading .. radio .. chicken .. " Surf City” .. (The best things come in small packages.) David Prouty High School, Spencer 1, 2, 3; Radio Club 3; Basket¬ ball t, 2; Cross-Country 1; Rod and Gun Club 2, 3. MAUREEN ELAINE WIFFIN 9 Ridgewood Road, Holden " A little spice and all that’s nice.” " Rend” . . legal secretary . . tennis . . hamburgers . . blue . . " Blue On Blue.” Business Club 4; Senior Play Production 4; Football Programs 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4 (Secretary 4). DOROTHEA JEAN WILBER 124 Stoneleigh Road, Holden " Profound sincerity is the basis of character.” " Dolly” .. blue .. skiing .. reading .. lobster .. mathematician .. " As Long As I Live” . . (Son of a gun!) French Club 1, 2; Intramural Club 1; Honor Roll X, 2, 3; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. DAVID MANNING WILSON 142 Jamieson Road, Holden " Two qualities that often blend; a good sport and a loyal friend. " Pittsburg " blue .. sports .. pancakes .. physicist .. " This Land is Your Land. " Freshman Football 1; Football 2, 3. 4 (Co-Captain 4); Winter Track 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 2, 3. 4; Varsity Club 3. 4; Current Affairs Club 3, 4; Slide Rule Club 3; Gym Leader Corps 3. 4; Honor Roll 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4. LESLIE-ANN WILSON 72 Holden Road, Paxton " Silence cannot be put on paper. " " Les " .. bookkeeper .. blue .. sports .. babysitting .. chicken .. " Tonight " .. (You fink!) Business Club 4. DONNA ELIZABETH WISE 125 Jamieson Road, Holden " The days that make us happy make us wise.” " Wiseguy” .. journalist .. cranberry .. convertible badminton " Only Love Can Break a Heart " .. stuff!) French Club 2; Honor Roll 3; Echo Staff 3, 4 (Co-Editor 4); Spanish Club 3. 4; Biology Club 2; Math Club 2; Monitor 4. JEAN MARIE WRONSKI Princeton Road, Sterling Junction " A friendly heart with many friends. " " Jeanster” . . nurse . . rice . . brown . . music . . biking . . " Take 5 " . . (Heh?) Homemakers’ Club t, 2 (President 2). PATRICIA ELLEN WRONSKI Box 115 Sterling Junction " A cheerful disposition is a gift of the gods.” Patric . . marriage . . olive green . . skating . . swimming animals .. " Blue Velvet” .. (Yea!) Homemakers ' Club 1; Prom Committee 3. RICHARD THOMAS WYATT 71 Steele Street, Holden " A good player unequalled, a sportsman complete. " " Droopy” .. blue .. golf .. clams .. baseball .. tall .. basketball . . (Or something?) Football 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Cabinet; Honor Roll 1; Intramural Volleyball 1, 3. MARION ETHEL WYMAN Worcester Road, Sterling " As merry as a cricket.” " Marion " . . nurse . . fluffernutter . . blue . . boys . . " Till " .. (You can ' t be serious!) Latin Club 1, 2; French Club 3; Homeroom Representative 1; Prom Committee 3. VIDA-RUTH WYMAN Worcester Road, Sterling Junction " Quiet persons are welcome everywhere.” " Ru” steak . . nursing . . green . . reading . . " Wayward Wind " .. (What ' s this action?) Future Nurses ' Club 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Latin Club 1, 2, 3. EDWARD JEFFREY ZUKOWSKI 2 Oregon Trail, Holden " A well-bred silence. Always in demand.” ' ' Eddie” . . guns . . forestry . . steak . . blue , . " Little Surfer " . . (It’s what’s inside that counts!) PATRICIA DELIA NURMI Pleasantdale Road, Rutland " The quiet ones are those who gain the most. " " Pat " . . secretary . . drawing . . banana cream pie . . red . . " Telstar.” Business Club 4; Echo Typist 4. BARBARA ANN YOUNG Mixter Road, Holden " To live long it is necessary to live slowly. " " Barb” . . nurse . . pizza . . twirling . . blue . . " Duke of Earl” . . (Hi ya, toots!) Echo 4; Showboat 2, 3; Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 3. CHRISTINE MAY YOUNG 19 Pine Haven Drive, Holden " You are as innocent as a devil of iwo years old.’ “Chris " . . teacher . . Cape . . brown . . oil painting . . fried clams . . waterskiing . . sailing . . dancing . . " Surfer Joe (Ooh—That ' s gross!) Banker 1; Intramural Club 1; Chorus 2; French Club 1, 2, 3. SHIRLEY LOUISE YOUNG Mixter Road, Holden " Laughter becomes her well.” " Shirl” . frappes . . boys . . . hairdresser . . " More " . . (Oh nut!). Gym Leader Corps 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Homeroom Represent¬ ative 1; Banking Representative 2. SHIRLEY ANN ZACZEK 23 Quinapoxet Street, Holden " Tis better to love one man lots than to love lots of men little.” " Shirl " . . cute . . hamburgers . . blue . . quiet . . " Bobby ' s Girl " . . (But of course.!) Office 3, 4; Monitor 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. CYNTHIA JANE ZEIGER 17 Arizona Avenue, Holden " Always a willing worker.” " Cindy” . . dietician . . sea food . . yellow . . boys . . tomatoes . . " Blue Velvet " . . (Hi ya!) Spanish Club 1; Echo 3; Monitor 3, 4. ALLEN FREDERICK ZOLL Sterling Junction, Sterling " A laugh is worth a hundred groans in any market.” " A-Z " . . spaghetti . . light blue . . cars . . girls . . water skiing . . (Everything’s just great!) Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3, 4. jfrmjfrtii ?.. i CLASS MOTTO: CLASS COLORS AND coi n CLASS SONC TUNE: ALOHA O Wtr (5 0 CXJfe S ' t oX ' Tc? u mc Mc s.£rr a c }y r h j v q ,40. yoLx ' vt pcrr y Fui CHthiSat-O _[,y i Ht C r i 1 d a. ' yo cz - THE HISTORY OF THE F 1964 Throughout history ccrtaip themselves as immortal. Socrat groups o£0ndn have distinguished intellectuals with their culture, Caesar and his armies with; their power, ' and John Fitzgerald Kennedy and his New- Frontiersmen with their courage have set asicSt a place for themselves in the history of mankind. A jjjr m k Unlike other graduating .classes, we, thdj cla Z bL l964, understand our rightful place in history, Although we ceralnly cannot compare ourselves or our class with men or g roups of men who have earn ed their rightful title of immortal, we do feel prOH!!l l, Wf (l Ot( i rWcord at Wachusettr " C ' __ ' ) In the last four years ’64 has taken an active part in school activities, yet as a class re d our studies. With a class average of 80% we have shown that it is possible to pay attention to both. In our class project, the senior play, we proved to ourselves and others that we could well work together; thatlwe svere capable of attempting something more worthwhile than a domestic, co|pe j As R, E. Krieger stated in his review: Comes the millennium. Finally a high school drama group has dared to buck the trend and do something besides the usual productions one, has SBelto expect from these organ¬ izations . . . The audience was. immersed in the play and its motion. As have all other classes we have speakers, our clowns, our beauties, leaders and members to club and sodel fed our scholars, our athletes, our leaders. We, too, have sprinkled More than being the greatest class ever to graduate from a good school, we have simply been a good class to have graduated from the greatest of schools. 60 CLASS OFFICERS AND STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS CLASS OF 1964 OFFICERS Donald Rutherford David Burke Carol Karczewski Kathleen Johnson FRESHMAN STUDENT COUNCIL Jon Cameron Phillip Warren Stephanie Pielaszczyk Michael Stacy SOPHOMORE Michael Stacy David Burke Carol Karczewski Gayla Vartanian JUNIOR Stephanie Pielaszczyk Joseph Paquette Robert Bjornlund Bruce Carlson George Najemy David Burke Carol Karczewski Gayla Vartanian SENIOR Stephanie Pielasczcyk Joseph Paquette Ro bert Bjornlund Gerald Hikel George Najemy David Burke Carol Karczewski Gayla Vartanian Stephanie Pielaszczyk Joseph Paquette Robert Bjornlund Rosemary Kimball 61 WILL OF THE ARTICLE I. The Class of 1964 finally leaves Miss Guertin alone. ARTICLE II. Nancy Trudeau leaves her peaches to Doreen Erickson who ' s got the can. Claudia " I wash my hair in the stuff " Janes leaves a six- pack to Judy " That ' s not what it ' s for " Randall. Michael Hanson leaves his seat in detention hall to Paul Boyn¬ ton. Rosemary " I invite everyone to my parties” Kimball leaves a ray of sunshine and happiness. Wayne Jordan and David Grinkis leave for the fields. Carole " Can I have a pass to the girl’s room " Varney leaves in a puff of smoke. Donald " All the girls love my car” Segur leaves alone. Karen and Lauren Lantiegne leave, still confusing everyone. Robert " Another pass to the Office?” Evans bestows his supply of passes to Steve " Where is it?” Gray. Maureen Wiffin leaves for a lawyer ' s office where she ' ll probably meet Dianne Granger. Walter Coolidge leaves Maureen O ' Brien . . . again. Becky Pandiscio leaves Donna ... if Roger Simpson will let her alone that long. Robert " I’M so sick of hitting the door jamb” Casperson leaves ' his concussions to Georgine " Do you think that’ll help?” Hamlin. Connie " I doubt it” Crooker leaves omnisciently. Robert " I ' m a robot” Savage leaves stiff. Mimi " There will be practice at 5:30 " Robbins leaves her position on the cheerleading squad to Liz " I ' ll be there early” Marsh. Philip LaRoche leaves his " leadfoot” to the Modern Dance Class. Maria " Hi, you fink” Gerhardt leaves increasing her vocabulary of American Slang. Some boys are, but John Arnott. Katherine Sackett leaves without even saying good-bye. Robert " Who’s got greasy fingers?” Babb leaves for the washroom. Susan " I lead a double life” Johnson leaves with people just beginning to discover the other one. David " My cup runneth over” Clark leaves his favorite Bible saying to Gary " Let it runneth in mine” Griffin. Sharon " I ' m all grown up now” Malo leaves her squeaky voice to Charlie. Humphrey Ware wears well. Linda Cook and Evelyn Crawford leave for Rutland . . . with enthusiasm. Bradford Sherblom leaves still not sweating the small stuff. Guy Jones leaves a pansy to Pinecroft Dairy. Linda " Dentyne” Slongwhite leaves her gum to Beverly Olson. Fred Warren leaves his track shoes to Chuck Crooker, who has hopes of filling them. Elaine Conforti and John Kristoff leave in time to the music. Frank Sottile leaves a batch of brownies for the teacher’s room. Shirley Zaczek leaves . . . closely followed by Bob Gresham. Norman Anderson leaves for the woods . . . with Scott Olson. Sue " Hey, thanks for the sweaters!” Smith leaves love to Mary " Wish I could wear them” Henry. Wayne Gustafson leaves in a gust of hot air. Claudia Allison leaves her neighborhood to Nancy Lee Riley. Jay " What did you have for supper last night” Kivisto leaves to watch " Uncle Gus " on television. Ernie Spencer leaves with Karen Swenson. Karen Swenson leaves with Ernie Spencer. John " Parley” Whitten leaves an oyster. Judy " I came two days in a row " Johnson leaves confident that no one will ever be able to match her attendance record. John " What ' s wrong with this shirt?” Allison leaves his wild apparel to Linda " They’d look better on me” Fairchild. Barbara Dowd leaves apologetically. Stan " Oh no she don’t” Law ' rence and his guitar head for a hootenanny, where she probably does. Dianne " Shoulders back!” Senter leaves her stature to Sue " I can’t stand up straighter” McKovern. Gerry " Didja kiss her?” Hikel leaves his aggressiveness after Junior Proms to Kendall " I’m an organic man myself” Marsh. Don ”1 didn’t even bother to” Ferro leaves his woolen mit¬ tens to the Junior Prom Committee. Betty Fish leaves her shorthand to Sandy Jansson, who’ll really appreciate it. Phil Sobol and Rodney Somma leave unknown to the Lit Staff. Gail Medine leaves Latin IV to anyone who wants it. Gerry Johnson leaves his selection of jokes to the Sanitation Department. Ellen " but I did see them” Burt leaves her rabbits to any other girl who has to arrive on her Junior Prom night after one. Jeff " Remember, never put off . . . ” Freeland will hand in his Book Reports the day before he graduates. Pat Pearson leaves for England, so she can be nearer the Beatles. Howard " Hi there!” Taylor leaves a Valentine to his teachers. Marion Wyman leaves her dry sense of humor to Betsy " Wet- sy” Newell. Alan Bell leaves his bell to the band. And can they ever use some new talent! Helen " Stilt” Johnson leaves not much taller than the Fresh¬ men. 62 CLASS OF 1964 George " Whaddaya got in ya wallet” Richardson leaves Ann. Donna Blair leaves her sexy voice to Doreen " I’m sexy too” Gruber. Jon I m a handsome cuss Mack leaves, confident that there must be someone who believed him. Barbara I ve got happy feet” Young leaves with fallen arches. Gary Bagdasarian leaves his Roman nose to the Latin Depart¬ ment. Christina Keogh leaves needing a cup of coffee. Alan Berg leaves his broken Heads to Claudia Clark, who sure doesn ' t need skis to go down . . . hill. Karen Nelson leaves all her love to the Junior Class, as long as they ' re on either the football, baseball, basketball, or hockey squads. Joe " Super-skier” Manning trades in his crutches for some Heads. Christine Young and Beverly Bonczek leave for a Frat Party at Tech. Ronnie Almstrom leaves his " lily legs” to Jackie " They bent” Pratt. Sue Goodman leaves her Junior Prom Queen’s crown to anyone who can wear it so naturally. Dave MacPhee and Bruce Butterfield leave their high pants to anyone else who’s afraid of flood-water. Linda Rice leaves for the paddy fields. Ronald " Pappy” Papierski leaves looking for a mammy. Judy Henning leaves Bob to Stein Erickson ... or anyone else. Steve " But I like to flirt " Marona leaves all his ’charm’ to Bob Buthen, who seems to think he has quite a bit of his own. Tala " Ding dong” Bell leaves a good, stout rope to Lilian Wisner, who always in the . . . well! Harry " Who looks tough? " Fiske leaves his cattiness to Joelle Maki, who goes with one. Tom Breen leaves, still wearing that green raincoat. Dorothea Wilbur leaves her nickname to the Freshmen, who still play with them. Jimmy " Just call me lips” Miller leaves his promiscuous ways to Ronny Freeland. Pat " Hey, now I’ve got straight hair” Haanpaa leaves without a curl on her head. Wayne Pinkham walks out of another Activity Period. Louise " Did you do your homework? " Snay leaves her ability to worry to Janet " I’m so nervous” Beebe. Richard " Continental” Randall leaves for a broad. Sandy Anderson leaves her smile to Jean Diperrio, who seems to have forgotten how. Clifford Fife leaves with finesse. Jacqueline Russell departs in someone else’s car. David Wilson leaves—the youngest Senior to ever graduate from Wachusett. Sue " But it ' s not rouge " Burns leaves her rosy cheeks to Steve " But I didn’t go to Florida” Najemy. Paul " No, I ' m not a Freshman " Jatrinski indignantly leaves for a pool table. Carol " Shush! " Polaiski leaves quietly. Paul " I love to make models” DiCesare leaves his instruction manual to I.ennie " I make ’em too!” Tornblum. Kathy Barber leaves her last name to Robert Peters, who apparently never even heard of one. Robert Johnson leaves all of his books to the Library. Jon Jumonville wcruld too, but he doesn ' t have any. Sandy Caloiraro leaves her hair-do to Joann Brunei 1, who could certainly use the height. Richard Kortes leaves his " horsey” laugh to the " Aggie Wing.” Brenda Payne leaves her last name to Rodney Horstedt, who is one. Pete Johnson leaves his ability to fix cars to Paul Lindgren, who has learned by Pete’s mistakes. Sally " You’d never believe it” Peffer leaves her furnace to Wendy Morrison, who doesn’t really need any excess heat. Jonathan Cameron leaves ... six months early. Carol Karczewski leaves her mania for black to Stanley Matis, who seems to prefer blue. Chuck Pineo leaves his aspirin bottle to any underclassman who can ' t hold it. Shirley Young leaves confident that younger boys appreciate older women. Roger Pillsbury leaves baking a cake. Chris " Worcester is so much better than Holden” McAuliffe leaves Holden to Maureen Maher who’s always there anyway. Dave Burke leaves with Judy Brusso’s car. Kathy " Liontamer” Ketonen leaves her whip to the domineer¬ ing Junior Class. Bill Pratt leaves Myrtle and his love for " just ginger-ale " to the Juniors for their Senior Parties. Priscilla Austin leaves her French accent to next year’s French classes. Andy LaPointe and Margaret Fitch leave together. Faye Gonyea leaves without making one enemy in four years. George Sexton leaves the sex to Cindy Lee Nelson, and the ton to Kent Bath . . . neither of whom need it. Sue Berryman leaves her mommy. Timmy " I like adventure” Reidy leaves his job to anyone else who likes to explore old houses. Barbara " I would have been a thrill in the thirties " LaCount leaves her red lips to Linda " I ' m a bomb in the sixties " Wilman. Wayne " Poet laureate” Rice leaves minus his " extra” money from the Echo. Lois Pugh leaves her name to the chemistry labs. 63 Richard " I ' ve got hidden talent” Kestle leaves to become the world ' s next Rembrandt. Nancy Drawbridge leaves George. Robert Sprague leaves humbly for Melrose. Cindy Nystrom leaves her laugh to Ann Rubenstein—who should try at least a smile once in a while. Stu Sherman leaves hating high balls. Pat " Where are the boys " Matthews leaves her appreciation of the opposite sex to Nancy " Did I miss anyone?” Love. John " Want to go to Boston this weekend? " Shaughnessy may be picked up at LTnion Station. Inez Wesley leaves her reserved nature to Bonnie " Shriek” Thorell. Richard " Lfolucky at love” Schiitz leaves for a new secret hunting ground. Jane Healy leaves her epic poem to any nation that needs one. Robert Myers leaves right on cue. Jean and Pat Wronski leave still trying to convince everyone that they ' re not sisters . . . and with a name like that! Kenny Anderson leaves behind the eightball. Carolyn Bartek leaves her enthusiasm to Jeff Raymond who looks like he could use some. Jimmy Groleau leaves his nose to Bob Krikorian, who’ll probably need it after the hockey season. Linda " My marks are SO low this term” Pellecchia leaves all her academic problems to Cathy Nutter, who " flunks " the same way. Bernie Thomas leaves hunting—for a diploma. Jane " Fitter” Patterson leaves for a P.J. party, with shoes. Alwin Hopfmann leaves for the Senate. ...., Susan " Well I never! " McKeen leaves for Hollywood to con¬ tinue the big act. Francis Parady leaves hoping Sting. Rays run in the family. Vida-Ruth Wyman leaves her " pink, puffy petals” to, the English Department. Charlie Dorsey leaves a nosefull of " snuff” ? to next year ' s psychology majors. Janice Olson leaves again. Dennis Berry leaves his accident proneness to Willie " Not again” Ware. - Kathy Bean leaves with the Green Giant. Gary " I ' ll pay for the gas” Gaskin leaves with an empty wallet. agf - Dawn " Super-surfer” Minasian leaves her surfboard to the girls ' gym classes. IB ’ " Don " Now you guys know I’m rough " Bergstrom leaves for Shrewsbury. Mary Golas leaves her hair-dos to the Freshmen who ' ll try- just about anything once. Donald Miller leaves a four year " stretch, " Donna leaves Wise . . . ly. John " Goldilocks” Mattson leaves his hair shade to Jane " I can ' t seem to get it” Hunt. Debby Stein leaves her last name to George Smith, who needs one for the stuff. George Burgess leaves laughing heartily. Jean Warpula leaves for th e Navy—no ship! Paul Mathieu leaves his drumsticks to the cafeteria crew. Betty Quail leaves with the rest of the flock. Phil Darby and Dick Davidson leave friends till the end. JoAnn McCauley leaves her lovely eyes to Eileen " I need Mabelline” Arnold. Mike Hayden leaves with all his greatness. Diane Hammond brings half the Senior class home to visit " Daddy.” Paul Bates leaves Patsy to Bob " .The” Dill ... oh! Donna Kohlstrom leaves without even opening the door. Norman Hanney leaves his wise cracks to Joyce Bruinsmar, who doesn’t do so badly herself. Pat Blavackas was going to leave her big brown eyes to some-. one, then she decided she still wanted them. Brian " I ' m strong " leaves his strength to Dick " He-man” Grady. Dolores Cappuccio leaves her friendliness to Carolyn " Hi, fella” Abdelia. David Bok leaves one unused copy of Nostromo to the Eng¬ lish Department. Judy Eaton leaves her dangly earrings to Sue " Who looks like a gypsy?” Lawrence. Wes ”Doc ' ' Miles gives it up for television and his big chance! Juanita Thomas leaves her passion for books to Richard “I did too read one once” Benson. Craig Landquist leaves to gain some height for basketball. Laura leaves in a fog. Kevin " Who needs a . . Dame learns the answer from Mark " What a question!” Davis. Joan Lis.towich leaves her job in the Office to James Toil, , who’s always there anyway. Don Rutherford leaves his symbol of non-conformity to Mitch .Miller. Mary Favreau tiptoes out the door. Jimmy " Hold that pose " McClain leaves to find another scoop. Ellen Lowe, leaves high. Mike " Well all be killed! " Stacy leaves alive. Betsy Powers leaves for a tennis tournament. Albert Pond leaves looking for a lake. Evelyn Rasku beats it after making a mess of the Science Office files. , Ted Erickson leaves Sue McGovern . . . but not for long. Helen Boschert leaves no bit of gossip untold. Emil Koenig leaves to pay his dues ... via the Jersey Pike. Bonnie " HQs everyone” Taylor leaves with the halls still echoing with her hellos. Tommie " Hawk” Hawkins and Jim " Hen” Henderson ' fly the coop.’ Louise Smichinski leaves with people still trying to pronounce her name. Michael " But I am twenty-one” Calcia leaves his collection of I.D.’s to Edwin Yonkers. Nancy VanderPyl and Carol Olson leave their ponchos to all the Spanish students. 64 Brian Ladner leaves his golf clubs to Ralph " I ' m coordinated ' 1 Prisen. Diana Galleano and Gail Howard leave everything they have to Sandy McGregor. Joe " Freshman girls are so cute!” Paquette leaves his yen for younger women to next year ' s Senior boys. Karen George leaves pursued by a big ol’ giant spider. Bill " Did I ever tell you about the time " Bedard leaves his vocal ability to Harry " But I ' m not finished yet” Pearson. Ann GabrielIi leaves her soft spoken ways to Lorilee " Barf!” Packard. Robert Kohlstrom leaves for Clinton where he spends all of his time anyway. Betty Nelson leaves a wreck. Wayne Johnson leaves to catch up with Jessica Keyman . . . but she ' s got a head start. Kathy Villnave ... if you ask her nice enough. Dana Lovett leaves some scholarly advice to Thomas ' Duh” Sawyer. Cheryl Murray leaves a model of friendliness and sincerity, from which in the imitation thereof someone might achieve something. Phil leaves Savagely. Marcia ' I think I ' m going to faint” Daniels leaves another class. Art Hickey leaves his sharp tongue to the cafeteria, in hopes it will spice up the food. Sue Peterson leaves for E lunch at Herb’s. Edward Tucholski leaves for a man . . . icure. Janice Cervini leaves, after only one year. Steve " It was nothing” Hair leaves his fearless ways to Richard " Help!” Ball. Karen Cook leaves for the kitchen. Bill Carney leaves his license application to Mad Magazine. Gayla " I should get two diplomas” Vartanian leaves still writing papers for Emil. Richard Clough leaves his tired blood to Brenda " I ' m not fast! " Fairchild. Sandy leaves Tanner than everyone else. Richard Harrington leaves bashfully. Susan Nadeau leaves her radical changes to Adrienne " Me change??!!” DuPont. Paul Heller leaves his paper route for bigger and better things. Margaret Boudreau wishes she could leave for the Navy. Milton Carrstedt leaves Wachusett for the Jefferson Bowl. Dale Halcott leaves her eyebrows to next year’s Senior Play ' s makeup crew. Dennis and Robert Martelli leave . . . tardily. Donna Provost heads for Worcester Academy . . . for another visit. Florence " Of course it ' s real " Thibeault leaves still trying to scratch glass with her " diamond.” Bob " Big Daddy” Bjorklund leaves Wachusett to all the " So what you ' re a Senior” little people. Dianne Listovitch and Leslie-Ann Wilson leave their jobs in the Office to Ann Prouty and Eileen Streeter who we ' re sure will appreciate it. Roy Anderson leaves his used razor blades to Ronald " 5 o’clock shadow” Burzenski. Kathy Johnson trades her black tights and zany personality for the white stockings and sedateness of nursing school . . . we hope. Larry Stoddard leaves his permanent place in the Guidance Office to Kendal " I think I’ll be a counselor” Marsh. Marilyn Blum tiptoes out quietly. Winfield Hancock leaves his signature. Paula Campell leaves her laugh to the freshmen, who haven ' t yet mastered the technique. Judy Spinney leaves her quiescence to Joan Deck—her who doesn ' t know what the word means. Bill Clancey leaves his choice vocabulary to Bruce " I can do better than that " Hale. Lynne " Be a lady” Johnson leaves her quiet nature to Janice ”1 want to be noticed” Lyra. Sue leaves with the Hurd. Jim Bovaird leaves seme spare inches to Peter Perkins, who could use a few. Pat " I am head majorette " Holmes leaves her position up front to John " Look at that puck fly!” Skillings, who didn ' t quite make it back. Mary-Ann " I love spaghetti” Nygard leaves her love of rich food to Antonio " I love it too” Camperano. Delores Clark leaves 368 V 2 tons of ABC gum to anyone who wants it. Walter Dulmaine leaves " gravely.” Pat " Wheels” Wersall leaves in a spin. Elaine Conforti and John Kristoff leave in time to the music. Janice White leaves trying to catch up to the class of ’63. Diana " Whoops” Valera leaves her ability for spilling milk to Linda " I ' m always spilling stuff too” Hildreth. Gregory Cole leaves one third-hand motor scooter for the next brother in line. Dorothy Urbanovitch leaves study hall quiet until September when Paul Bateman will take over. Pat Farley leaves her ability to deal with Russian Men to the State Department. Helen Jacobson leaves " on a counta because” that’s what Seniors do. Lizzy Mosher leaves her artistic ability to the spectators of next year ' s football games. Linda Fox leaves leading the wolves. Sue Potter leaves still stirring. Arlene Roman leaves her collection of Roman togas to next year ' s Latin Club Banquet. Florence Robinson leaves her wing position on the hockey team to Joan Nartowt who is always way. out anyway. Phyllis Robillard leaves to fix a broken wire fence in Wor¬ cester. Michelle Morris leaves her seat in the Sterling Bakery Shop to Jody Shields who needs somewhere to go. Sandra Sargent and Paula Jacobson leave their sisters. Pauline Morkavage leaves sweetly. Sammy Feinsilver leaves after just arriving. Jimmy " Did ya see the size of that balloon?” Knox leaves car¬ ried away by his practical jokes. The Senior Class leaves ALL of its experience to the incoming Freshmen and underclassmen who might not find out for themselves. 65 tmmm Wwm if ' M mM. guidance these past four years. V- k , - ' ■ ' ' Vif Ht . - . • :• •. ■ ■ y. ? ' «firKgfi mm im • ' ' fSS8S?- -V-T? ; ;: ' ' • ; v TO YOU, MISS GUERTIN, ■ ' ■ . , . r - ' • - . . - , . ' ; •f •- ,- •«• • ■ - ' • .J Thk n,i0p in annreriahnn fnr vour ire? Miss Guertin only on Sunday and never over 35 CLASS SWEETHEART Valarie Kennedy WHO’S WHO? 68 CLASS CLOWN Kenneth Benson 69 CUTEST David Bice, Judy Bruso BEST DRESSED Steve Haggland, Patsy Bates MOST ATHLETIC Robert Schang, Sally Lemaire . NICEST SMILE Teresa Brennan SHORTEST Deborah Norquist TALLEST Richard Wyatt MOST SCHOLARLY Jerome Hequembourg BEST ALL AROUND BOY George Najemy MOST MISCHIEVOUS Michael Flanagan MOST AMBITIOUS AND CLASS LOAFER Jean Connor and Bernie Nelson MOST SOPHISTICATED Mary-Ellen Holbrook WOMEN TEACH E ! PblPit V ft j MOST POPULAR GIRL Stephanie Pielaszczyk BEST ALL AROUND GIRL Linda Swenson NICEST HAIR Gail Sullivan MOST POPULAR BOY Bruce Carlson MOST ABSENT-MINDED Jimmy McCormick THAT’S WHO! yiM . W ' - ' - ' ' -S ' ' - -W ' fJs iV SENIOR PLAY CAST SEATED: S. Anderson, G. Hikel, C. Crooker, G. Johnson, C. Allison, R. Sprague, K. George, T. Breen, L. Pellecchia, R. Minkenberg STANDING, FIRST ROW: G. Najemy, D. Bice, D. Wilson, J. MacKenzie, J. Patterson, M. Gerhardt, P. Austin, S. Caloiaro, J, Healey, R, Kohlstrom, W. Rice, Mr. Hayman STANDING, SECOND ROW: H. Taylor, W. Carney, B. Carlson, W. Miles, C. Fay, P. Heller, R. Savage, B. Butterfield, J. Shaughnessy DIRECTOR Mr. Haymen SET Mr. Bowes COSTUME AND MAKE-UP COMMITTEE SEATED: E. Burt, K. Johnson, F. Gonyea, M. Golas, L. Fox, D. Provost. S. Tanner, L. Snay STANDING, FIRST ROW: P. Holmes, P. Campbell, B. Taylor, T. Brennan, A. Gabrielli, N. Drawbridge, M. Daniels, B. Fish STANDING, SECOND ROW: M. Fitch, D, Stein. J. Eaton, G. Sullivan, S. Stevens, D. Urbanovich, H. Jacobson. PRODUCTION AND STAGE CREW SEATED: S. Sargent, L. Smichinski, J. Spinney, S. Goodman, J. Listowich, E. Power, N. VanderPyl P. Farley, D. Blair, S. Peterson STANDING, FIRST ROW: Mr. Bowes. K. Swenson, D. Valera, M. Robbins, S. Pielaszczyk, P. Wronski, C. Young, V. Wyman, H. Boschert, S. Potter, S. Lemaire, J. Connor, B. Fish STANDING, SECOND ROW: S. Smith, P. Haanpaa, L. Fogg, G. Sullivan, B. Dow ' d, B. Taylor, P. Robillard, L. Swenson, J. Cevini, P. Matthews S. Stevens M. Streeter, F. Robinson, D. Stein STANDING, THIRD ROW: T. Hawkins, S. Sottak. W. Dulmaine, G. Gaskin, S. Lawrence, A. Berg, T. Erickson, J. Mack, G. Bagdasarian, A. Bell, W. Pratt, C. Dorsey, M. Flanagan, C. Landquist. R. U. R. THE STORY OF THE PLAY The play is laid on an island somewhere on our planet, and on this island is the central office of the factory of Ros- sum ' s Universal Robots. When the play opens, a few decades beyond the present day, the factory had turned out already, following a secret formula, hundreds of thousands of manufactured workmen, living automats, without souls, desires or feelings. They are high-pow ' ered laborers, good for nothing but work When Helena Glory, president of the Humanitarian League, comes to ascertain what can be done to improve the condition of those over-specialized creatures, Harry ' Domin, the general manager of the factory, captures her heart and hand in the speediest courting on record. The last tw ' o acts take place ten years later. Due to the desire of Helena, to have the Robots more like human beings. Dr. Gall, the head of the physiological and experi¬ mental departments, has secretly changed the formula, partially humanizing a few hundred Robots. A world revolt of Robots is under way. Then comes the epilogue, in which Alquist, the company ' s builder, is not only the only human being on the island, but also the only one left on earth. The Robots have destroyed the rest of mankind. They spared his life because he was a worker. And he is spending his days unceasingly en¬ deavoring to discover and reconstruct the lost formula. The Robots are doomed. They saved the wrong man. They should have spared the company’s physicist. The Robots know that their bodies will wear out in time and there will be no new ' multitudes of Robots to replace them. But Alquist dis¬ covers two humanized Robots, a young man and young woman, who have a bit of Adam and Eve in them, and the audience perceives that mankind is about to start afresh. Nature has won out, after all. " Through the courtesy of French ' s Standard Library. : y.z ys , SL USHERETTES FIRST ROW: C. Polaiski, I Wiffin, C. Murray, J. 01s SECOND ROW: G. Howard, Young, L. Wilson, D. Bla THIRD ROW: P. Bates, L. Ric C. Karczewski YEARBOOK STAFF CO-EDITORS J. Hequembourg, M. E. Holbrook BUSINESS STAFF SEATED: H. Boschert, D. Wilbur, L. Smichinski, M. Hayden, W. Miles, B. Butterfield, P. Farley, J. Spinney STANDING: S. Stevens, D. Valera, B. Taylor, S. Potter, C. Young, C, Bartek, K. Swenson, R. Kimball, L. Pellecchia, M. Wyman LITERARY SEATED: S. Burns, P. Darby, C. Crooker, C. Keogh, E. Burt, K. Nelson STAND¬ ING: A. Berg, Mrs. Davis, J. Knox SECRETARIES D. Blair, J. Warpula, E. Rasku i i ( i i i I i ART STAFF Mr. Bowes, T. Hawkins, S. Smith, K. George WHO’S WHO COMMITTEE D. Ferro, J. Listowich, G. Sullivan, J. Connor DATA SEATED: P. Austin, G. Me- dine, C. Bartek, V. Kennedy, C. Allison, J. Patterson, L. Swenson, B. Dowd STANDING: G. Hikel, D. Burke, S. Pielaszczyk, L. Cook, S. Johnson. J, McCor¬ mick, B. Carlson, W. Dul- maine ■ - , f i fy - ! r %fB mk flj .Be ■ ORGANIZATIONS S. Hurd, S. Berryman, K. Lantiegne. J. Henning, R. Casperson NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SEATED: B. Dowd, J. Connor, P. Austin, C. Allison, M. E. Holbrook, S. Hurd, S. Berryman, S. Lemaire, K. Nelson STANDING: J. Hequem- bourg, G. Hikel, D. Ferro, D. Wilson, J. Allison, W. Gustafson, W. Miles, G. Najemy, T. Hawkins, D. Bice SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY SEATED: S. Berryman, G. Hikel, J. Patterson, D. Ferro, J. Barys, S. Le¬ maire, C. Crooker, L. Scales, Mrs. Biller STANDING, FIRST ROW: B. Lundquist, M. Savage, B. Butter¬ field, A. Lambert, W. Pratt, C. Keough, M. Holbrook, G. Medine STANDING, SECOND ROW: R. Minkenberg, B. Calkins, G. Cole, B. Lein FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY SEATED: Mrs. Bernier, B. Dowd, P. Boudreau, L. Devarney, S. Folschild, K. Nelson, J. Connor, M. Holbrook, J. Bourque, L. Fairchild STANDING: Mrs. Ives, W. Miles, W. Gustafson. S. Smith, S. Berryman, S. Hurd, L. Sottak, P. Austin, K. Bath, D. Bice, P. Darby STUDENT GOVER FRESHMAN CABINET SEATED: C. Nelson, J. Nisi, D. Rice, M. Seifert, S. Najemy, P. Allen, S. Olson STANDING: J. Harrington, W. Sherman, J. Harlow, P. Garabedian, D. Zwelp, G. Dresser, M. Robichard, W. Mullen, J. Boudreau SOPHOMORE CABINET SEATED: Mr. Lengas, S. Far¬ rell, D. Erickson, R. Grady, P. Robinson, K. Swenson STANDING, FIRST ROW: C. Borowski, C. Henning, C. Faucher, C. Smith, G. Andrews, P. White, N. Hawkins, S. Warren STANDING, SEC¬ OND ROW: B. Bjorklund, G. Smith, H. Griffith, M. King- don, W. ' Magaw, G. Travis NMENT Mrs. Hamilton STUDENT COUNCIL SEATED: Mr. Tarkiainen, W. Morrison, A. Rubenstein, J. Paquette, S. Pielaszczyk, R. Kimball, K. Swenson, C. Nel¬ son STANDING, FIRST ROW: J. Campbell, D. John¬ son, R. Grady, B. Westerling, B. Bjornlund, J. Skillings, G. Najemy, S. Najemy STAND¬ ING, SECOND ROW: G. Smith, J. Travis, B. Bjorklund, J. Harlow, J. Barys JUNIOR CABINET SEATED: D. Bucklar, L. Fairchild, B. Westerling, J. Cournoyer, W. Morrison STANDING, FIRST ROW: C. Hedquist, J. Dwelly, K. Nutter, K. Bodwell, A. Rub¬ enstein, B. Thorell, V. Rauh, S. Wright STANDING, SECOND ROW: P. Steven¬ son, J. Barys, B. Samuelson, J. Skillings, S. Gray SENIOR CABINET SEATED: C. Karczewski, J. Listow- ich, G. Najemy, J. Paterson, L. Swenson STANDING: D. Ferro, D. Burke, W. Pratt, L. Cook, R. Wyatt, D. Grinkis, B. Carlson, S. Hair GIRLS ' CHORAL GROUP FIRST ROW: C. Crooker, J. Bourque, L. Johnson, B. Newell, C. Olson, J. Eaton, E. Burt SECOND ROW: P. Austin, R. Kimball, K. George, D. Valera, J. Sherwin THIRD ROW: Cheryl Ander¬ son?, K. Bigelow, N. Vander- Pyl, J. J. Fowler, P. Evans BAND SEATED: J. Zook, J. Mills, R. Hodg- kinson, J. Rowell, G. Wheeler, D. Lehtiner, N. VanderPyl, D. Zweip, G. Dresser, G. Spinney, K. Sandstrom, Mr. Barry FIRST ROW, STANDING: D. Morey, J. May, J. Eaton, C. Marsh, N. Patterson, D. Halcott, J. Samler, C. Hedquist, C. Harris, C. Olson, M. Sten¬ gel, C. Perry, W. Crystoff, S. McLean, A. Liston SECOND ROW, STAND¬ ING: J. Hughes, B. Stone, R. Davidson, E. Savage, B. Windward, R. Sandstrom, SIC MAJORETTES FIRST ROW: D. Pandiscio, P. Holmes, K. Shields SECOND ROW: J. Macki L. Pugh G. Johnson, D. Gaw K. Allen, J. Allison, W. Fisher, K. Bath, T. Dresser, K. Stolz, R. Gill, R. Clough THIRD ROW, STANDING: R. Casperson, D. Lonnergan, C. Crooker, C. Hammar, J. Sampson, A. Brandes, B. Lane, A. Taylor, J. Flagg GLEE CLUB SEATED: K. Price, B. Whittemore, A. Roman, M, Mattson, K. Bigelow, K. Peterson, S. Ludden, N. VanderPyl, S. Ostergard J Ballad S Price, J. Fowler, G. Wheeler, -E. Burt STANDING, FIRST ROW: P. Evans, K. Lantiegne, S. Stengel, P. Austin, D. Valera, L. Johnson, J. Healey, M. Seifert, M. Ryan, C. Gustafson, K. Ketonen, K. Balderson, B. Newell, J. Bourque, J. Eaton, M. Hardy L Lantiegne K George J. Sherwin, C. Olson, I.. Snay, Mr. Barre STANDING, SECOND ROW: C. Daigle, D. Smith, R. Pillsbury, W. ' Fisher, R. Sprague, d! Bergstrom, R. Johnson. R. Minkenberg, H. Pearson, J. Rowell, K. Bergstrom, D. Lantiegne, C. Crooker STANDING, THIRD ROW- J May, C. Hammar, P. Darby, W. McGaw, P. Davidson, L. Lavoie, S. McLean FRENCH CLUB SEATED: Mrs. Ives, L. Snay, P. Robillard, J. Skillings, D. Hinkley, B. Dowd, C. Lee, J. Cervini, P. Campbell, Mrs. Bird STANDING, FIRST ROW: D. Senter, K. Barber, C. Keogh, S. Berryman, S. Hurd, P. Austin, D. Provost, T. Bell, K. George, Mrs. Horgan STANDING, SECOND ROW: D. Bice, R. Minkenberg, P. Darby SPANIS1 SEATED: Mrs. Caronna, L. Fogg, M. Fauv- ] reau, S. Pielaszczyk, G. Hikel, J. Mattson, 1 B. Lundquist, G. Cole, C. Crooker, L. Scales, L. Swenson, Mrs. Biller STANDING, FIRST ROW: Mr. Sciarrone, Ji Patterson, S. I Lemaire, E. Mosher, A. Roman, M. Savage, SPEECH CLUB SEATED: J. Winters, J. Olson, G. Jones, R. Trum, L. O’Connor, P. Medlinskas STAND¬ ING: L. Sjosten, A. Roman, R. Benson, S. Pelletier, W. Magaw, J. Paquette, K. Swenson LATIj SEATED: Miss Elms, J. Maki, A. Roman, S. Bechan, S. Hurd, G. Travis, P. Evans, Mr. Foley STANDING, FIRST ROW: K. Hall, B. Newell, M. t :lub D. Wilber, C. Keogh, J. Listowich, M. Hol¬ brook, S. Berryman, D. Wise, M. Gerhardt, G. Medine STANDING, SECOND ROW: D. Ferro, B. Calkins, D. Lein, R. Minkenberg, G. Bagdasariin, A. Berg, B. Butterfield, W. Pratt, A. Lambert, J. Barys LUB Johnson, J. Connor, M. Fauvreau, J. Gresham, G. Medine STANDING, SECOND ROW: J. Knox, A. Antell, S. Gray, B. Davidson DILETTANTE CLUB SEATED: J. Hequembourg, S. Hurd, G. Burgess, T. Bell, B. Butterfield, K. Johnson. D. Bok, S. Berryman STANDING, FIRST ROW: S. Lemaire, C. Allison, R. Sprague, T. Hawkins, M. Hol¬ brook, S. Peffer, Mr. Theriault STANDING, SECOND ROW: C. Olson, V. Wyman, C. Crooker, K. Barber, K. Nelson, C. Murray, B. Dowd BUSINESS CLUB SEATED: K. Cook, P. Jacobson, M. Rexford, D. Listovich, J. Warpula, C. Nystrom, D. Urbanovich, D. Mackenzie, L. Cook, E. Crawford, F. Robinson STANDING, FIRST ROW: E. Quail, J. Spinney, S. Tanner, P, Blavackas, D. Blair, M. Kneeland, M. Wiffin, L. Smichinski, J. Olson, L. Pugh, L. Slongwhite STANDING, SECOND ROW: P, Nurmi, L. Wilson, J. White, P. Wersall, B. Fish, C. Polaiski, E. Rasku, M. Nygard, G. Howard BOYS ' INTRAMURAL SEATED: S. Hair, D. Wilson, R. Wyatt, R. Schang, P. Warren, R. Kohlstrom STANDING, FIRST ROW: W. Carney, W. Dulmaine, T. Erickson, R. Casperson, W. Miles, J. Mattson, G. Najemy STANDING, SECOND ROW: G. Jones, M. Stacy, D, Burke, A, Berg, B. Carlson, J. Manning I GIRLS ' INTRAMURALS SEATED: L. Fox, C. Allison, L. Swenson, S. Lemaire, J. Henning, R. Kimball STANDING: D. Clark, P. Haanpaa, C. Karczewski, T. Brennan, S. Pielaszczyk, D. Blair, P. Farley, C. Young, S. Potter, D. Stein, S. Stevens GYM LEADER CORPS SEATED, FIRST ROW : J. Hequembourg. D. Bice, J. Shields, R, Kohlstrom, J. Pratt, P. Smith, S. Powers, F. Robinson, R. Simpson, B. Smith, J. Henderson, J. May, C. Janowski SEATED, SECOND ROW: J. DePerrio, D. Dowd, S. Weinstein, P. Matthews, R. Foster, J. Sproule, J. Lyra, M. Johnston, L. Heath, R, Trum, S. Young STANDING, FIRST ROW: A. Pond, R. White, B. Anderson, T. Brennan, S. Lemaire, P. Aheran, S. Price, J. Nartowt, D, Blair, C. Smith, R. Koski, D. LaMotte, A. Suchocki, L. Muir, M. Henry, J. Paquette, D. Wilson STANDING, SECOND ROW: P. Warren, S. Lawrence, J. Allison, G. Richardson, R. Schiltz, R. Schang, B. Peterson, W. Johnson, S. Hagglund, W. Coolidge! S. Hair STAMP AND COIN CLUB SEATED: R. Eastman, K. Marsh, W. Bedard, R. Colt, R. Badger STANDING, FIRST ROW: C, Morris, T. Doyle, B. Manning, P. Pelugradt, D. Heath, P. Hanson, Mr. Morey STANDING, SECOND ROW: S. Hutnak, E. Paakkonen, H. Bull, N. Anderson RADIO CLUB FIRST ROW: Mr, Battye, K. Snell, M. Rochette, S. Olson SECOND ROW: C. Schiltz, D. Hendrikson THIRD ROW: W. Fisher, A. Blan¬ chard, J. Knox, K. Stoltz CHESS CLUB SEATED, FIRST ROW: B. Davidson, W. Fisher SEATED, SECOND ROW: K. Bath, B. Hirst, T. Dresser, G. Cole, N. Pope, B. Lein, Mr. Matthews STANDING: K. Snell, T. Bice, D. Tosi, M. Rochette, B. Holden, J. Perrone, R. Burns PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB SEATED: Rachel Day, E. Blake, T. Murray, S. Smith STANDING: R. Twine, C. Schrnol, D. Blake, Mr. Hou- mere SLIDE RULE CLUB SEATED: D. Bergstrom, S. Peffer, P. Pearson, J. Hen¬ ning, L. Fox, C. Fay STANDING, FIRST ROW: D. Doucette, J. Gresham, R. Gresham, S. Olson, C. Landquist, J. Fowler. B. Brodeur STANDING, SECOND ROW: J. Barys, N. Lindquist, J. McCann, B. Westerling, J. Skillings, S. Gray SENIOR HOMEMAKERS ' CLUB SEATED: B. Nelson, C. Nystrom, K. Deougis, J. Spinney, M. Kneeland, P. Wersall, J. White, A. Gabrielli, E. Lowe STANDING, FIRST ROW: Mrs. Gaw, L. Fogg, M. Daniels, N. Drawbridge, K. Sackett, P. Morkavage, M. Blum, M. Boudreau, H. Johnson, M. Fitch, E. Quail STANDING, SECOND ROW: S. Nadeau, J. Olson, J. Warpula, P. Blavakas, I. Wesley, E. Conforti, L. Smichinski, F. Thibeault, G. Howard — 1 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA SEATED: S. Peffer, C. Allison, J. Patterson, F. Gonyea, S. Lemaire, S. Hurd, K. Niebel, L. Swenson, S. Berryman STANDING, FIRST ROW: Mr. Davis, M. Streeter, D. Stein, P. Haanpaa, M. Favreau, C. Karczweski, S. Caloiaro, C. McAuliffe, S. Smith, B. Pandiscio, W. Rice STANDING, SECOND ROW: K. George, J. Connor, L. Snay, H. Boschert, D. Wilber, P. Pearson, J. Listowich, S. Peter son, J. Henning, M. Gerhardt, A. Roman, C. Young, K. Nelson, S. Potter BIOLOGY CLUB S. Gray, R. Peabody, E. Johnson, B. Granquist FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA SEATED: D. Segur, A. Zoll, W. Jordan, D. Grinkis, L. Favreau, L. Albrecht S. Stevens STANDING: Mr. Warren, J. Christianson, W. Mullen, P. Stevenson, R. Jenkins, J. Stevens, C. Christianson, L. Sherrick, K. Woodbury, C. Eh Mr, Gribowski FUTURE NURSES ' CLUB SEATED: Mrs. Brown, K. Niebel, J. Cournoyer, J. MacKenzie, L. Fogg, D. Friberg, R. Kimball STANDING, FIRST ROW: D. Clark, V. Wyman, J. Patterson, C. Young, K. Johnson, B. Bonczek, L. Cook, S. Yarrington, A. Roman, D. Valera STANDING, SEC¬ OND ROW: E. Crawford, D. Cappuccio, P. Campbell, L. Scales, K. Lantiegne, M. Boudreau, P. Matthews ii If i • ' f J % f ftf { II ' f i 1|T j ; L f I :? | {j j if I 1 1 1 j • 1 ; 1 , f 4 1 ' 1 t- 4- j till 1 w K J % ' W M j ’ J f ft ’’ E h I 1 II -I W ' r w jZ -Ire. F NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY SEATED: L. Fox, P. Pearson, C. Allison, J. Patterson, C. Keogh, K. Johnson, K. George, C. Crooker, M. E. Holbrook STANDING, FIRST ROW: J. MacKenzie, L. Pellecchia, N. Drawbridge, P. Holmes, L. Smichinski, P. Austin, D. Minasian, P. Matthews, H. Jacobson STANDING, SECOND ROW: H. Taylor, T. Breen, J. Knox CURRENT AFFAIRS CLUB SEATED: C. Allison, J. Hequembourg, W. Miles, G. Najemy, J. Connor, K. Nelson, M. Gerhardt STANDING, FIRST ROW: Mr. Miner, W. Carney, D. Wilson, M. Robbins, D. Ferro, R. Minkenberg LIBRARY CLUB SEATED: J. Eaton, D. Laukkanen, M. Kneeland, E. Blanchard, S. Daniels, J. MacKenzie STANDING: Pat Barry, M. Truesdell, B. Whittemore, D. Janes, Mrs. Wadleigh, L. Sjosten, J. Janes, D. Sigel ECHO SEATED: E. Johnson, P. Twine, E. Power, B. Bonczek, M. Hayden, D, Kohlstrom, D. Wise, M. Golas, D. Blair, M. Rexford, M. Fitch STANDING, FIRST ROW: M. Streeter, J. DePerrio, P. Morrison, L, Lantiegne, P. Nurmi, K. Cook, M. Nygard, C. Young, E. Crawford, D. Provost, S. Peffer, T. Bell, K. Swenson, M. Robbins, S. Caloiaro, J. Randall, W. P ratt STANDING, SECOND ROW: Id. Bok, T. Breen, J. Bourque, E. Quail, J. Henderson, A. Hopfman, S. Sargent, J. Spinney, R. Rhodenizer, W. Rice, J. Shaughnessy, P. Matthews, P. Boudreau fl f { ' 1 (i 1 ! r , boysv varsity SEATED: J. Henderson, R. Simpson. B. Sherblom, T. Hawkins, B. Carlson, R. Warren, M. Hayden STANDING, FIRST ROW: Mr. Morin. S. Hair, D. Wilson, G. Mason. D. Rutherford, J. Schang, D. Grinkis, D. Bergstrom, Mr. Warren STANDING, SECOND ROW: J. McCormick, T. Cooney,, R. Petis, D. Ball, J. Taylor, F. Warren, C. Schmoi r GIRLS ' VARSITY CLUB SEATED: P. Matthews, F. Robinson, S. Potter, S. Hurd, S. Lemaire, J. Connor, M. Streeter STAND ING: J. Coumoyer, S. Lyra. L. Heath, F. Gonyea, J. Nartowt. S. Pielasczczyk. S. Smith, L. Swenson S. Anderson . VARSITY FOOTBALL SEATED: J. Allison, J. Miller, D. Bice, S. Hair, D. Wilson, B. Carlson, P. Warren, B. Peterson, D. Grinkis, R. Schang, D. Ferro STANDING, FIRST ROW: Mr. Swanson, J. Smith, E. Ream, W. Carney, G. Najemy, S. Lawrence, R. Gresham, C. Lane, M. Kingdon STANDING, SECOND ROW: A. Perrone, B. Westerling, E. Rugg, B. Samuelson, J. Keith, S. Johnson FOOTBALL JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL SEATED: T. Heinhold, P. Majewski, C. Mager, R. Blokland, S. Gray, T. Walker, D. Kopp, G. Smith, P. Larson STANDING, FIRST ROW: Mr. King, R. Stafford, C. McColl, S. Johnson, J. Bourne, W. Kowalski, W. Ream, A. Fish, G. Fitch, Mr. Morin STANDING, SECOND ROW: S. Gaskin, P. Robinson, G. Smith, B. Westerling, M. Kingdon, S. Moynihan, G. Spinney, P. Swenson, A. Perrone FOOTBALL SCORES Wachusett ........ 8 Assumption Prep ... . 0 Wachusett . .. 1 4 Northbridge 8 Wachusett 6 Classical . 12 Wachusett 0 Aubum . 6 Wachusett 0 Shrewsbury . 22 Wachusett 14 Framingham North ... 6 Wachusett .20 Commerce .-.0 Wachusett 8 Southbridge . ' 32 -V GIRLS ' VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY SEATED: F. Robinson, S. Lemaire, L. Swenson, S. Anderson, E. Power, P. Matthews STANDING, FIRST ROW: J. Cournoyer, J. DePerrio, S. Smith, J. Connor, F. Gonyea, S. Pielaszczyk, S. Potter, M. Streeter STANDING, SECOND ROW: A. Rengo, W. Cutcliffe, J. Hunt, J. Nartowt, P. Boudreau, N. Burtt, S. Lyra FIELD HOCKEY " , - GIRLS ' VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY Wachusett. . . .... 2 Gardner . 1 Wachusett.... O Auburn 0 Wachusett_ 9 Gardner I Wachusett ... . ... .3 Leominster . 0 Wachusett. .2 Auburn ... 1 Wachusett... .. 3 Shrewsbury _ . 0 Wachusett... I Algonquin 0 Wachusett_ ? Shrewsbury’ .... . 0 Wachusett .... 0 Algonquin 1 GIRLS’ J.V. FIELD HOCKEY SEATED: J. Decker, P. Ahearn, J. Winters, J. Sproule, D. Hawkins, K. Hal! STANDING, FIRST ROW: C. Davis, K. Kennerson, S. Berry, K. Swenson, S. Farrell, N. Durning STANDING SECOND: R. Trum, M. Seifert, P. Twine, C. Hen¬ ning, D. Warren, P. Scott 1 f ' " ‘I I j ' f CROSS COUNTRY CROSS COUNTRY SEATED: C. Schmol, S. Lindberg, M. Hayden, F. Warren, T. Hawkins, R. Simpson, J. Henderson, G. Mason STANDING, FIRST ROW: Mr. Warren, E. Henderson, T. Cooney, R. Pettis, G. Arvarigian, J. Pratt, S. Lindberg, S. Warren, J. Taylor, D. Rice STANDING, SECOND ROW: K. Williams, J. McGovern, D. Mason, W. French, K. Woodbury, J. Sampson. 22 South Team: Stat O; Wachusett Wachusett Wachusett Wachusett Wachusett Wachusett CROSS-COUNTRY SCORES t-CviftiaitafijoSj Hfc In tational " All Chpmps SS - ' B tSIUHlC 16 «• Coi f , ColriftTUM • Narragansett Northhridge 59 Classical Marlboro ' Auburn Wachusett 4th team in Knights of Columbus Wachusett 15 Milford Wachusett 1st in Central Mass. Conference Meet.- Wachusett 29 David Prouty WINTER TRACK 34 Commerce achusett 55 Classical Wachusett 49 South Wachusett 34 Fitchburg Wachusett -48 North WINTER TRACK TEAM SEATED: G. Najemy, J. Allison, B. Sherblom, J. Elenderson, D. Wilson, T. Hawkins, D. Grinkis, R. Schiltz STANDING, FIRST ROW: Mr. Morin, E. Henderson, R. Pettis, R. Clough, J. Miller, J. Bovaird, P. LaRoche, S. Lindberg, B. Highland, J. Taylor. A. Taylor STANDING, SECOND ROW: G. Fitch, J. Pratt, D. White, G. Mason, S. Lindberg, J. Mason, J. Smith TRACK SPRING TRACK TEAM SEATED: V. Bedard, B. Sherbloni. R. Shiltz. J. Henderson, T. Hawkins. D. Grinkis, J. Allison, D. Wilson STANDING, FIRST ROW: Mr. Morin, A. Taylor, D. White, B, Hyland. F. Warren, P. LaRcche. J. Bovaird, R. Clough, S. Lindberg, R. Bellrose, E. Henderson STANDING. SECOND ROW: T. Cooney. J. Pratt. S. Lindberg. J. Taylor, - R. Pettis VARSITY BASKETBALL SEATED: Mr. Griffin, J. McGann, D. Bok, R. Wyatt, R. Schang, E. Koenig, B. Hale STANDING, FIRST ROW: A. Berg, R. Wright, B. Samuelson, J. Keith, J. Raymond, G. Smith STANDING, SECOND ROW: E. Carter, C. Lane, R. Sprague, Schnier BOY ' S BASKETBALL SCORES wachusett... 51 Wachusett. ..64 Wachusett..•;.47 Wachusett.41 Wachusett. 42 Wachusett. 76 Wachusett. 78 Wachusett.-.........72 Wachusett...,.. 6o Wachusett,... .......65 Wachusett. 76 Wachusett. ..79 Wachusett.70 Wachusett-... 52 Wachusett.70 Wachusett.. ' . 68 Wachusett. ..70 Wachusett. 78 Wachusett.63 Wachusett.58 CLARK TOURNAMENT Wachusett.7(i FITCHBURG TOURNAMENT Wachusett.60 Agonquin .. 6i Auburn .. 75 Marlboro . 63 Shrewsbury ... 66 Gardner . 57 Alumni .„. 69 Hudson .... 61 Maynard ..56 Milford ...... 45 Clinton ... 46 Northbridge ... 68 Auburn ...2. 76 Marlboro .. 53 Shrewsbury ..... 46 Hudson ...... 69 Maynard ... 53 Milford ..... 49 Clinton ... 52 Northbridge .. 61 Gardner ... 51 Millbury . 73 Framingham South . 75 J.V. BASKETBALL SEATED: S. Johnson, C. McColl, D. Hedlund, S. Cummings, O Briggs STANDING, FIRST ROW: Mr. Snelson, R. Grady, W. Ream, P. Bateman, R. Heiniluoma, T. Heinhold, B Murray STANDING, SECOND ROW: R. Freeland, A. Gadde, J. Cane, S. Gaskin, L. Fauvreau GIRLS’ BASKETBALL GIRLS ' VARSITY BASKETBALL KNEELING: S. Anderson, S. Hurd, Co-cuptains STANDING: S. Lyra, L. Witowski, M. Jordan, J. White, J. Valentine, N. Keyman, B. Power. J. Nartowt, S. Lemaire, P. Boudreau, N . Burtt, L. Heath 116 GIRLS’ JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL KNEELING: S. Price, P. Scott, Co-captains STAND¬ ING: R. Trum, J. Sproule, D. Stevens, C. Smith, M. Trusdell, L. Richardson, K. Keith, J. Manilla, J. Sand- strom, L. Hurd, V. Smith, P. Ahearn, J. Winters, S. Farrell, P. Cleveland GIRLS’ VARSITY ' BASKETBALL SCORES Wachusctt .... 58 Hudson 12 Wachusett ... 38 Auburn . 35 Wachusctt .... 38 Northbridge . IS Wachusett . . 39 Shrewsbury . 1(3 Wachusett .. 33 Auburn .... 19 Wachusett .. .46 Marlboro ..— 32 Wachusett...:... 33 Shrewsbury . 18 Wachusett . 41 Hudson . 9 Wachusett .-....34 Maynard .. 27 Wachusett .. 48 Clinton . 34 Wachusett... 34 Northbridge 42 WINNERS OF THE CONFERENCE TITLE HOCKEY TEAM FIRST ROW: K. Gleasman, J. Locke, S. Drawbridge, P. Johnson, R. Krikorian, W. Lind, W. Greenslit SECOND ROW: Mr. Tarkiainen, J. Skillings, R. Cooper, M. Davis, B. Westerling, L. Tornblom, A. Fay, C. Lind, S. Krikorian, Mr. Bouvier ICE HOCKEY SCORES FIRST GAME Wachusett. „,., v .„4 Wachusett . ' ' 0 . ...... W.ivhusctt . 7 W.ichusett. W.klmsett .. 3 Wachusett . 0 W.u liusctt . 2 Wachusett ....... 6 W.khusett . 8 SECOND GAME 1 Wachusett . 1 W.khusett... . 1 W.ichusett . 3 Wachusett .0 Wachusett .0 Wachusett 2 Wachusett 1 Fitchburg . i Hudson . 5 St. Peter ' s . Fitchburg . l Auburn 7 Marlboro . 2 St. John’s . l hlanan ....... ....c... Leicester . 2 Commerce . l y ' C ' ,T • ' iX ... Hudson . 6 St. Peter ' s .. 3 Fitchburg v .. 3 Auburn . 6 Marlboro . 4 St. John ' s 5 Marian. 5 •» VARSITY BASEBALL SCORES Wachusett 5 Wachusett.5 Wachusett 2 Wachusett 5 Wachusett. 12 Wachusett .8 Wachusett .5 Wachusett .11 Wachusett 0 Wachusett. 6 Wachusett 5 Wachusett 3 Wachusett 16 Wachusett . 2 Wachusett 1 Wachusett . 7 Wachusett 4 Wachusett 2 Milford 13 Hudson . 7 Shrewsbury . 11 Marlboro . 8 Auburn 14 Northbridge . 2 Maynard . 0 Clinon . 7 Gardner ..... 6 Milford . 9 Shrewsbury . 9 Marlboro . 0 Auburn 8 Northbridge 1 Maynard ....... 2 Clinton 6 Gardner 9 Hudson 4 vM e ce - 270 MAIN STREET WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS PLeasant 7-4595 129 SOUTHEASTERN NEW ENGLAND DIVISION L. G ' . BALFOUR COMPANY atueboro, MASSACHUSETTS ■ _ • Thomas Galvin • • William Rowan • • • Farnum Devoe J • • • • Donald Pelletier CLASS RINGS AND PINS • CLUB INSIGNIA • MEDALS TROPHIES • PLAQUES • DIPLOMAS • INVITATIONS • TAYLOR YEARBOOKS 130 HANDY GREENHOUSES African Violet Specialists ROUTE 31 HOLDEN, MASS. Telephone VAlley 9-4887 CHARLIE ' S AUTO BODY SHOP First Class Auto Body Work and Painting Welding and Brazing 30 Years ' Experience MAIN STREET JEFFERSON, MASS. WALTER E. HENRY All Forms of Insurance 49 FAIRVIEW AVE. Tel. VA 9-3432 THE HEATHER SHOP Yarns Tweeds Gifts MAIN ST., HOLDEN, MASS. AL ' S DO-NUT KITCHEN 623 Main Street HOLDEN, MASS. Owned and Operated AL ASTRELLA Opposite State Police Barracks VA 9-6484 Best Wishes DONALD R. CAMPBELL, O.D. Holden, Mass. Igm ROBERT D. BLOOD PAXTON GULF SERVICE 403 Pleasant Street PAXTON, MASS. Tel. TUrner 6-4096 ESTIMATES CENTER AUTO BODY Road Service - Auto Refinishing - Lubrication BOB GUILLOTTE, Main Street Prop. RUTLAND, MASS. Compliments of RUTLAND PACKAGE STORE MAIN ST., RUTLAND Light Lunch Ice Cream PAXTON SPA Paxton Center JAMES T. PUTNAM Newspapers Magazines SULLIVAN ' S Market and Package Store We Deliver PL 3-9515 ROY AND BETTY FRASER Complete Insurance Service 160 Shrewsbury St. HOLDEN, MASS. VAlley 9-2462 131 % SHIRLEY ' S BEAUTY SALON If your hair is not becoming fo you, Then you should be coming to us. Thur. and Frl. Evening Appointments HOLDEN, JEFFERSON 1625 Main St. DIAL VA 9-4000 Wishing Every Success fo the Wachusett Regional High and to the Class of 1964 EASTERN STATES FARMERS EXCHANGE 450 Main Street E. D. MARSH OIL CO. INC. Heating Oils and Burner Service RUTLAND, MASS. TU 6-4481 STERLING PEAT LOAM The Finest You Can Buy CHRISTIAN M. KRISTOFF Greenland Rd. STERLING JCT., MASS. Tel. GArfield 2-6698 Compliments of H. K. BIGELOW CONSTRUCTION Fairview Ave. RUTLAND, MASS. Tel. TUrner 6-4246 MAYO ' S PHARMACY ARTHUR E. MAYO, Reg. Pharm. WILLIAM E. HALE, Reg. Pharm. 1061 Main St. HOLDEN, MASS. DELIVERY SERVICE Phone VA 9-2089 " Your Family Drug Store " 132 Compliments of REED ROLLED THREAD DIE CO. Subsidiary of Union Twist Drill Company HOLDEN, MASS. 133 ROBERT J. GRIFFIN Mobilgas—Tires Batteries and Accessories General Repairs and Road Service POMMAGUSSETT ROAD Route 56—Rutland Telephone TU 6-4386 24-Hr. Road Service WHEELER RURAL GAS SERVICE Bottled Gas Appliance Sales and Service 23 MAPLE AVENUE, RUTLAND Telephone 886-4733 DIONNE ' S Hair Stylist of Note DORIS DIONNE, Prop. Telephone Sterling GA 2-6382 Compliments of GREENMEADOW LODGE STERLING GA 2-6037 LEON A. WOODCOCK JR. 3 Barbers Main St. STERLING, MASS. VILLAGE RED WHITE MAIN ST. STERLING, MASS. • Compliments of FAVREAU CLEANERS Fitch Pond Road STERLING EM 5-4804 THE ALPINE SKI SHOPS, INC. 1363 Main Street, HOLDEN 76 Union Ave., FRAMINGHAM Ski Specialists Your Winter Sports Headquarters Congratulations to the Class of 1964 STERLING COFFEE SHOP Main St. NINO and OLGA VALERA STRANG LANDSCAPE EQUIPMENT Osgood Road STERLING, MASS. GA 2-6313 Sales and Service tor: Homelite Power Saws—Brushicing Brush Cutters Briggs and Stratton Engines—Clinton Engines Bud-Air Pneumatic Pruners—Air Compressors Eclipse Power Mowers—Reel and Rotary Lawn Mowers of All Types Sharpened and Repaired MURPHY RADIO TELEVISION Television Sales and Service MOTOROLA—ADMIRAL RADIO AND TV 1207 Main St.—HOLDEN Tel. VA 9-2165 GArfield 2-8812 MARIO PANDOLF COMPANY, INC. Bituminous Concrete Crushed Stone JOSEPH PANDOLF Worcester Road Gen. Mgr. STERLING, MASS. 134 DEA INSURANCE AGENCY Complete Insurance Service 1135 Main Street Phone VA 9-4311 HOLDEN, MASS. MANN ' S MOBILE HOME SALES Mobile Homes—Travel Trailers—Hitches Installed Maple Avenue, Route 56 RUTLAND, MASSACHUSETTS Tel. 886-4745 VILLAGE PHARMACY J. G. JARRY, Ph.G., Reg Pharmacist Main Street STERLING, MASSACHUSETTS Phone GA 2-7791 E. LEAHY CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. Backhoe - Bulldozing - Trucking Septic Tanks Pumped and Cleaned Sewer Rooting Service Snow Removal Wachusett St. — HOLDEN, MASS. VA 9-2180 135 % TELEPHONE GArfield 2-7746 ANY TIME or PLeasant 3-5385 JEFFREY FUEL CO. Bottled Gas James A. Jeffrey Gas Appliances " Service with a smile " STERLING, MASS. t Compliments of WORCESTER ST. GARAGE HOPFMANN ORCHARDS J. EDWARD MORRIS, Prop. Sterling Automobile Repairing PEACHES APPLES GArfield 2-7222 MICHAEL ' S ATKINS PLEASANT SERVICE STATION BEAUTY SHOPPE 1179 Main Street HOLDEN, MASS. 1161 Main Street VA 9-4463 HOLDEN CHESTER C. ATKINS Tel. VAlley 9-3330 Manager 136 Compliments of the BLUE PLATE 661 Main St. HOLDEN, MASS. WELBY M. MacCOLLOM JOHN R. WOODSMALL Building, Repairs, Remodeling, and Painting STERLING, MASS. GA 2-6559 GA 2-7423 A. R. TEXACO SERVICE Tires—Batteries—Accessories Prompt Road Service STERLING, MASS. Route 12 Phone GA 2-9772 LE ROY C. SPINNEY Electrical Contractor OAKHAM, MASS. BR 3-4409 DEAN CO., INC. OAKHAM, MASS. Compliments of Howard Dean KING MARKET McCracken Division HOLDEN, MASS. STERLING DAIRY PRODUCTS ROBERT F. LOWE Clinton Road STERLING, MASS. GA 2-7491 Improve Your Garden ' s Health by using Organic Fertilizers and Soil Conditioners Write for list. WILLARD C. RUTHERFORD " SQUANTO " PEAT PRODUCTS OAKHAM, MASS. DUN-ROVIN FARM STERLING, MASS. y Tractor Work of All Kinds Reg. Jerseys ROGER S. PILLSBURY GA 2-7718 137 JEAN ' S DANCE STUDIO RUTLAND 886-4932 RUTLAND SKI AREA, INC. Open Weekends, Holidays and School Vacations 10:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. Pommagussett Rd. Rt. 56 RUTLAND, MASS. TU 6-4529 TU 6-8792 Compliments of BILL ' S GARAGE Maple Ave. RUTLAND Compliments of BRIGGS LUMBER CO. RUTLAND, MASS. Compliments of RUTLAND MOTOR SALES Main St. RUTLAND Used Cars and Trucks SCALES BROS. Artesian Wells TU 6-4881 HILLSIDE FARMS STERLING Dairy Products BEST WISHES — CLASS OF ' 64 PAXTON PHARMACY Serving Paxton and Vicinity 711 Pleasant St. — PAXTON, MASS. RALPH U. HOUANESIAN, B.S., Reg. Pharm. TEL. 756-6235 HEL PAXTON GARAGE, INC. 593 Pleasant Street, PAXTON BEST WISHES LOU FURBUSH HOLDEN FARMERS ' SUPPLY H. ZOTTOLI, Prop. Lumber—Building Material Paint—Grain—Farm Supplies G.E. Appliances HOLDEN MARSHALL DRUG MARSHALL HURWITZ B.S., Reg. Pharmacist ) " Your Health Is Our Concern " 619 Main Street Opposite Holden Barracks TEL. VA 9-2881 138 STERLING BAKERY Main Street STERLING, MASS. Prop., ROBERT F. LOWE TEL GA 2-7722 Compliments of MRS. COLLINS STONE ' S OIL SERVICE F. G. STONE, Prop. Range Fuel Oils Oakham Tel. BR 3-4405 COLONIAL STEAK HOUSE Route 122—BARRE Steaks — Seafoods Light Lunches Orders to Take Out Closed Mondays Open 6 A.M. to 11 P.M. Residential Commercial Expert Ground Maintenance RUTLAND NURSERIES Landscape Gardener Tel. TU 6-4972 CARL E. BESSE Wor. Exchange MOORE ' S MARKET Groceries and Provisions Soft Drinks Lunches WEST STERLING, MASS. DUESBERG-BOSSON WOOLEN SPINNING CO. JEFFERSON, MASSACHUSETTS Post Office Box No. 70 Telephones: VA 9-4510 or VA 9-2723 BALDARELLI BROTHERS, INC. Contractors STERLING GA 2-6366 139 HOLDEN GIFT ANTIQUE SHOPPE 8 0 8 M A I N S T Best Wishes to the Class of 1964 MODERN BEAUTY SALON Complete Beauty Service CLINTON STERLING 140 High St. Main St. BEARD MOTORS, INC. BROAD ST. BARRE H O L D E N Best Wishes THETA ALPHA SORORITY M A S S Compliments of PHILBIN ' S ORCHARDS STERLING, MASS. New England ' s Only Chevrolet and Pontiac Dealer CHEVROLET PONTIAC Compliments of BIGELOW ' S MARKET Bus. Phone FL 5-2918 Bus. Phone TU 6-4958 Your Friendly Red and White Store THE BALCONY A Fashion Shop in the Country Routes MAPLE AVE., RUTLAND, MASS. FOSTER HILL ICE CREAM AND SANDWICHE SHOPPE 122 and 32 FOREST HILL BARRE WEST BROOKFIELD Homemade Ice Cream and Homemade Pies QUALITY FURNITURE CROWLEY ELECTRIC and FURNITURE CO. Open Daily 10 to 5:30 Thursday Eve. ' Til 9 PHONE VA 9-3508 No Parking Problem G.E. Appliances and Television Furniture — Carpets — Bedding DIAL 255-6697 VALLEY RD. BARRE, MASS. 140 Compliments of THE HOLDEN CLINIC HOLDEN, MASS. Superior Dairy Products PL 3-3205 PAXTON Compliments of TOUPIN ' S CUISINE FAIRBROOK COUNTRY CLUB VA 9-4347 THE RED DOOR Gifts — Novelties — Greeting Cards 1092 MAIN STREET — HOLDEN Telephone VA 9-2413 Compliments of SOUTH END SUPERMARKET 1142 CENTRAL ST. LEOMINSTER RICHARD C. KELTON Veterinarian Route 122A—Jefferson PiPSIM! w CHAFFIN ' S GARAGE, INC. ZOTTOLI BROS. Chevrolet Sales and Service 512 Main Street HOLDEN, MASSACHUSETTS VA 9-4513—9-2752 141 V For Friendly and Individual Help In Appraisals, Rentals, and Arranging Mortgages, Call ALLI and ED BERRYMAN Real Estate Brokers HOLDEN 829-4982 Compliments of CHRISTO ' S FAIRWAY MARKET 361 HOLDEN STREET HUNT SHELL SERVICE STATION — Mass. Inspection Station — — General Repair — » 515 So. Main St. VA 9-6456 HOLDEN BENSON ' S " Distinctive Clothing to Compliment the Entire Family " 1063 MAIN ST. 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HObart 4-2326 143 KEystone 7-7414 Best Wishes Class of ' 64 NOEL ' S SUNOCO hamSmce in c. SALES — SERVICE . . . NEW — USED Meadow Brook Acres . . . Mobile Home — Park 556 CENTRAL ST. (RT. 12) LEOMINSTER, MASS. HOUSE OF BERNICE Best Wishes to the Class of 1964 PRINCETON POLICE ASSOCIATION Complete Beauty Service Specialists in Hair Coloring Closed Mondays — Open Thurs. Eve. MAIN ST. STERLING TEL. 422-6089 PRINCETON TENNIS SHOPPE " EVERYTHING IN TENNIS SUPPLIES " Compliments of PRINCETON MANOR NURSING HOME LEO ' S BARBER SHOP STERLING CENTER BEST WISHES CLASS OF ' 64 Compliments of STERLING GARAGE PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. GENERAL REPAIRS SPECIALIZING IN FORD GA 2-6504 Millet Corner STERLING, MASS. WORCESTER, MASS. 144 Holden 944 Main St. Tel. VAIley 9-2234 9-3518 HOLDEN TELEVISION CO. 802 Main Street HOLDEN, MASS. VA 9-4417 HORACE ' S BARBER SHOP I 146 Main Street HOLDEN A. G. SIMONATIS Plumbing and Heating PRINCETON, MASS. HO 4-2343 JUDSON M. 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