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Wachusett Regional High School Annual 371.8 MOU 1972 4 3 3 Wachusett Reg. H.S. Library W;R.H.S. 1972 VS -» f i - L LldKAKT A- OU. HA6HUSET1 REGIONAL HIGH SCtiOOjl HQUOfiH, MASSACHUSSTT3 DAVID AND DANIEL TARKIAINEN. They’re brothers, they’re professionals, but most of all, they are two indescribable people who taught us, along with JULIUS CAESAR and quadratic functions, how to laugh. And it is this intangible quality that was, and will be, so essential to our education. We want to dedicate our yearbook to them because we respect them, and because we like them, and mostly because of what they taught us. CO-EDITORS WACHUSIT7 RIGlONAl HIGH SCHOCH Come Saturday Morning I m Going Away With My Friend; m We ll Saturday Spend Till The End Of The Day Z . Just I And My Friend. In Our Saturday Smiles Yes , That ' s Jr hat Well Do . Come Saturday Morning Fm Going Away With My Friend; 8 We ll Saturday Laugh More Than Half Of The Day. Just I And My Friend, Dressed Up In Our Rings ttJlkWb h ' Hxfffl ! ' t’M ( But We Will Remember Long After Saturday’s Gone. COPYRIGHT © 1969 FAMOUS MUSIC CORP. FACULTY 15 Many members of the Class of ’72 have spoken frequently about needed change and about involvement in effecting change. Effecting any significant change in the society involves people — people organized and working together. And people working together require leadership and followership. Many of you have shown leadership skills. Those of you who have had an opportunity to lead, who have accepted responsibility, who have had those you were leading support you, vie with you, or drop out of your team because they wanted to be leader or nothing — you have probably learned to become better followers when you are a member of someone else’s team. No one is skilled in all things — no one will be the leader in all situations. Inherited royalty is dead. At times, each of us must realize that we are the most knowledgeable member of the group for this particular task, and we must step to the fore. The rest of the time, each of us must promote and support the other person who is best qualified to lead us in our task, and we must then be a conscientious follower. Peace be with you; not the peace of the cop-out; but the peace of the weary person who has toiled hard in support of a Edward P. Yaglou Superintendent Mrs. J. Chilcott, Mrs. B. Dymon, Mrs. V. Auger. Edward R. O’Connor Associate Superintendent William F. Carey Assistant Superintendent Neal T. Skillings Principal Challenging times lie ahead for you upon your graduation from Wachusett. Whether or not you can successfully meet these challenges depends largely on how well prepared you are to face the future. Wachusett has offered you some of the finest opportunities for learning to be found in any school in the East, perhaps in the whole country. If you have taken full advantage of th ese opportunities you should have no fear of what lies ahead for you. You are well prepared for whatever you may encounter. Best wishes for a happy and successful future. To the class of 1972 17 Mr. Martin White, Assistant Principal Mrs. Carlson, Mrs. Bjorlund, Mrs. Smith One ringy-dingy . . . two ringy dingy . . . What daya mean you don’t have a pass?!!? Mr. Harold Lane, Assistant Principal 18 GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT Mr. John O’Rourke Mrs. Nancy Degutis and Mrs. Barbara Duggan Mr. Henry Miles, Guidance Director Mr. Howard Groom Mrs. Barbara Rowell Mr. John Sullivan 19 Mrs. Elinor Erickson, Dept. Elead Mr. Daniel Fitzgerald ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Mrs. Louise Bennett Mr. Calvin Branche Mrs. Estelle Davis Mrs. Monna Fauteux 20 V Mrs. Barbara Owen Mr. Glen Hersey Mr. Edward Leonard, Jr. Mr. Stephen Murray Mrs. Jane McTigue Mrs. Dorothy Hayman Mr. Kenneth Mammone Mr. John Hayden 21 Aw, I bet he says that to all the girls! 22 INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT Mr. Norman Rayner, Dept. Head Mr. George Awad Mr. David Bianchi Mr. Dennis Lanciani .T POWER SHOP i it Mr. Philip O’Connor 23 SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Mr. Duane Corriveau Mrs. Carole Evans Mr. Harry Lengas Mr. William Griffin Mr. Scott Ljungberg Mrs. Helen Hamilton, Dept. Head Mr. Louis Cornacchioli Mr. John Burke 24 Mr. David Tarkiainen Mrs. Jane Weber Mr. David Ryan ONE-TWO-CHA-CHA-CHA. Mrs. Sandra Nelson Mrs. Jeanne Plaza Mr. Forrest Miner I 25 Mr. Bernard Foley, Dept. Head LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Mrs. Rose Biller Mr. Michael Brooks Mrs. Claire Horgan Mr. Thomas Powers Mrs. Settimia Balko Mrs. Anne Bernier Mrs. Frances Caronna 26 SPECIAL EDUCATION Mr. Sa ' lvotore Sciarrone DIRECTOR OF PUPIL SERVICES I was framed. Mrs. Beverly Myers Mr. John O’ Gorman Mr. Forrest Gilmore Miss Elaine Remie 27 MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Mrs. Frances Creamer, Dept. Head Mr. Gustaf Gillberg Miss Alison Bristol Mrs. Thelma Bloom Mr. Joseph Jennette Mr. Errol Ethier Mr. Paul Audette 28 Mrs. Laura Stevens Mrs. Eileen Longden Mr. Daniel Tarkiainen Mrs. Carmela McCurdy Mr. George Morin Miss Margaret Wall Mr. George Yonker 29 Mrs. Ruhamah Graw, Dept. Head I Mrs. Gunhilde Heaney HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT Mrs. Donna Mancuso Relaxed Homerooms. 30 Mr. Norman Mills, Dept. Head Mr. Roy Baer Mr. David Beckwith SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Mr. Joseph Genereux Mr. Joseph Daniels Mrs. Pauline Perry Mr. James McLain Miss Catherine Maynard 31 BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Mrs. Alice Olson, Dept. Head Miss MaryJo Difonzo Mr. Ronald Bouvier Mr. Ronald Margolis 33 PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Mr. Richard Swanson, Dept. Head Mr. Richard Knight Mr. Thomas Snelson 98.6 . . . 98.7 . . . Mrs. Jane Moulton, Dept. Head Miss Jennifer Baxter Miss Linda Horsford 98.8 ... 34 ART DEPARTMENT Mr. Gregory Bowes. Dept. Head Mr. Chester Olson LIBRARIANS Mrs. Roberta Beam, Librarian; Mrs. Ruth Beaumont, Assistant MUSIC DEPARTMENT Mr. Howard Barre, Dept. Head AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT Mr. Frederick Warren, Dept. Head Mr. Dwight Stoweli Mr. Richard Yucatonis He was here a minute ago. 35 STUDY HALL MONITORS: Mrs. Shirley Novak, Mrs. Ruth Johnson, Mrs. Grayce Jones, Mrs. Pauline Lionett, Mrs. Marilyn Goodhile. CAFETERIA LADIES: S. Janies, J. Heebner, M. Kujala, E. Trembley, P. Goodrow, G. Bell, B. Helle, E. Zona : M. Heiniluoma, F. Gus tafson, E. Barrick, A. Smith, L. Erickson, M. Renshaw, E. Turpin. CUSTODIANS: Mr. Clarence Haskins, Mrs. Alice Campbell, Mr. Burton Fiske, Mrs. Gladys Graves, Mrs. Mae Harvey. 36 IN MEMORIAM Mr. William F. Lionett of Holden, who served our school as a School Committeeman and Treasurer for fourteen years, leaves this message to us and his many friends: “It is Better to Light One Candle than Curse the Darkness.” a ’“ " iMmuu SENIORS TIMOTHY JAMES AHEARN 180 Marshall Street, Paxton “Whenever I feel like studying, I lay down till I feel better.” “Tim” . . . mint ... ice cream . . . football . . . blue. F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, Gym Leader 2, 3, Hon. Roll 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Winter Track 1. KEVIN PAUL ANDERSON East County Road, Rutland “Why should life all labor be?” “Kev” . . . people . . . green . . clams . . . sports. Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Ftball 1, 2, Yearbook 4. SARA LOUISE ALLEN Tuttle Road, Sterling “And now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three; but the greatest of these is charity.” A.F.S. 4, H.R. Rep. 4, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Sailing 3, 4, Span. 1, 2, 3, (sec.) 4 (Pres.), Field Hockey 1, 2, Bsktball 1, 2, Track 1. NANCY GAIL ANDERSON 108 Wyoming Drive, Holden catching rays . . . picnics . . . learning to play tennis . . . Bruins . . . remembering the fun times. French 2, French Honor 3, 4, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Bsktball 1, N.H.S. 3, 4, 3R Program 4, Yearbook 4. ELAINE MARGARET AMONS 75 Broad Street, Holden “Just a man with needs and wants of things he’ll never have, yet searching endlessly for himself.” J.F.D. . . . Scooby Doo . . . black pearl . . . Nyro . . . L.P.N. . . . choreography . . . Mohawk Trail. Span. 1, 2, Reflections 4. DEBRA ANDERSEN 173 Parker Ave., Holden “Friend is a word of royal tone, Friend is a poem all alone.” “Debbie” . . . yellow. A.F.S. 3, French 2, Hon. 2, 3, Thesp. 2, 3, Spring play 3, 3R, Yearbook (bus.), Spanish 2. SUSAN JEAN AMONS 23 Lowell Ave., Holden “Take it slow and easy” monkies . . . art . . . Africa . . . Hendrix . . . catching a buzz. West Boylston High, Ski 1, Hon. 2, 3, Art 3, French 1, 2, 3, 4. GAIL VIRGINIA ARLIN Emerald Road, Rutland “A smile is a curve that straightens things out.” “Amie” . . . seafood . . . music . . . green. F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, (reporter) French 1, 2, 4, Honor Roll 1. PAUL BARONE R.F.D. Leominster, Sterling RICKEY DALE BASSETT 184 Maple Ave., Rutland “Live as if you were to die tomorrow.” “Rick” . . . cars . . . Budweiser . . . having a good time. F.F.A. I, 2, 3. DAVID L. BALDARELLI Boutelle Road, Sterling Jet. “Good will is the mightiest force in the universe.” “Dave” . . . roast beef . . . blue . . . music . . . motorcycle riding . . . trap shooting . . . hunting. Gym Leader 4, Hockey 1, Church Bsktball. TIMOTHY EARL BALL 54 Salisbury Street, Holden “If you want to be ahead, try and stay ahead.” Pool RICHARD DELANO BARRICK 31 Mark Circle, Holden “I have been a stranger in a strange land.” “Dick” . . . flying . . . photography. Ftball 1, 2,4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Leader Corps 3, 4. DEBORAH ANN BARRETT 663 Salisbury Street, Holden “Silence is a virtue.” “Debbie” . . . blue . . . Chicago . . . tennis . . . bowling . . . traveling. Quilt 4, A.F.S. 4, Band 1, 2, F.T.A. 3, 4, French 1, 2. CARL RUSSELL BAILEY, JR. 42 Nelson Street, Holden PAULA JEAN BARR Meeting House Hill, Sterling “That’s what paper bags are made for.” Cathie . . . Lizard . . . motorcycles . . . music . H. R. Rep. 1, Gym Leader 3, 4, Ftball I, 2, 3, Church Bsktball 1,2, 3,4, Winter Track 1, 2, 3, Ski 1, Span. 1. “Live for today; let tomorrow take care of itself.” Blue . . . having fun . . . tennis . . . sailing . . . skiing. A.F.S. 4, F.H.A. 3, F.T.A. 3, Ski 3, 4, Thesp. 1,2, Yrbk 4, Field Hockey 2, Track 1, 2, 3, Spring Play 3, Sailing 4. DAVID KEVIN BEACH 7 Birchwood Road, Paxton “Scotch and the single girl.” skiing . . . Football . . . Patty . . . skiing. Ger. 2, 3, 4, Reflections 4, Quilt 4, Ftball 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski 1, 2, 3, 4. DON ROBERT BECKER 270 Richards Ave., Paxton “The world’s as ugly as sin — and almost as delightful.” “Don” . . . swimming . . . skiing . . . living . . . platform and springboard diving. Glee 3, Gym Leader 3, Worcester Academy 1, 2, Swim Team Captain, Ski 3. EARNEST JOHN BEAMAN Beaman Road, Princeton “Reputations and glass are easily broken.” “Ernie” . . . electronics Band 1, 2, 3, Hon. Roll 3, Cross Coun. 4, West Essex High School, North Caldwell, New Jersey 1, 2. JOSEPH BECHAN 324 Highland Street, Holden JAMES F. BERNIER 233 Maple Ave., Rutland “If you do not think about the future, you cannot have one.” “Jimi” . . . My Girl . . . cars and music . . . Bud . . . dating . . . having a good time. RONALD N. BECK 25 Brentwood Drive, Holden “To be is the answer, for without this, where would we be?” “Ronn” . . . barvarian Blue . . . Ljungberg’s histories . . ' . European travel . . . corn grits . . . basketball Gym Leader 3, Ger. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hon. Roll 2, 3, 4, Bsktball 1, 2, Yearbook 4. “Politeness goes far, yet costs nothing.” “Snow flake” . . . beer . . . food . . . girls. ROBERT ELIAS BERTZOS Kendall Hill Road, Sterling DAVID CARL BELVILLE 14 Trinity Ave., Sterling Jet. “I find the earth not grey, but rosy.” “Quinn” . . . speed . . . girls . . . metalflake . . . “The Greek” . . . hot VW’s . . . bikes . . . drag racing . . . doing interiors. HM KAREN ANN BIRD 11 Briarcliff Lane, Paxton “Men are not beaten by the big things so much as by the little things.” “J.V. Karen” . . . “Tweet” . . . Glen . . . Echo . . . Truro ... for goodness sakes. Basketball cheering 3, 4, A.F.S. 4, French 2, Hon. 1, 3, Field Hockey 2, Thesp. 1, 2, 3, Yearbook 4. ALEXIS JANE BISSONNETTE 22 Putnam Lane, Holden “Ask not what your loved one can do for you, but what you can do for your loved one.” “Bibs” . . . “Frog” . . . Roger . . . purple . . . muscles B1 . . . ABC . . . Nor . . . chilli . . . roller skating . . . badminton. Bus 3, F.B.L.A. 3, Gym Leader 2, Ski Club 2. CURT BLAIR 18 Apple Tree Lane, Holden “The living man who sees himself in his entirety cannot be but mad. Insanity thus caused will be welcome.” C.L.B. “Curt” . . . contemplation. ANDREW SCOTT BLANCHARD 116 Shrewsbury Street, Holden “Andy” . . . “Buds” . . . fried clams . . . ketchup . . . mustard . . . running . . . talking. Vice Pres. 2, French 2, Hon. 2, N.H.S. 3, 4, Reflections 4, Varsity 3, 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 (capt.), Winter Track 1, 2, 3, 4 (capt.), Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4. KENNETH H. BESNIA Sweet Hill Road, Sterling “The most useless day of all is that in which we have not laughed.” “Kenny” . . . photography. Ger. 2, 3, Hon. Roll 2, Spring Track 2, 3, 4. MARK STEWART BETTKE 80 Birchwood Drive, Holden “It was a long four years, but as everyone says it will be worth your while.” W.S., III . . . blue . . . hockey games . . . C.B.H.’s . . . golf . . . skiing. Ger. 2, 3, Honor Roll 3, Ski 2, 3, 4, Golf 3, 4, Church Bsktball 1. SANDRA BIGELOW Fairview Ave., Rutland “To have a friend is to be one first.” “Sandy” . . . purple . . . lobster . . . sports. F.T.A. 3, 4, French 1, 2, 4, Hon. 1, 2, Mathletes 1, Thesp. 4, Field Hockey 1, 2, Bsktball 2. 2 SANDRA JEAN BERUBE 517 Wachusett St., Holden “Friendships are built on understanding, sharing, love, laughter, and fun.” 6 25 71 . . .yellow . . . 8 27 71 . . . green. . . . money . . . WSC . . . “Catfish” . . . “The Cape” . . . skiing . . . skiing . . . skiing. Ski 1, 2, Latin 1, 2, F.T.A. 3, Thesp. 2, Honor Roll 3. NANCY TANNER BOCK 25 Damon Road, Holden “I did not hear the words you said. Instead, I heard the love.” seagull . . . fall and spring . . . squeaking ice . . . poetry. N.H.S. 3, 4, Yrbk. 4, Spring Play 2, 3, Football Cheerleader 3, 4, French 1, 2, 3, 4, F.N.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN ANN BORIA 19 Crowningshield Drive, Paxton “It doesn’t matter who you love or how you love, but that you love.” “Friendly’s” . . . painting . . . Ace of Hearts. 3R, Thesp. 2, 3, 4, Students Pol. Act. 3, 4, Ski 3, 4, Hon. Roll 2, 3, French 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4. BEVERLY BOUCHER 225 Doyle Road, Holden Ski 1, F.H.A. 1. KATHRYN JANE BOWDEN 2 John Street, Holden “A smile is the same in every language.” “Kathy” . . . Miguel . . . music . . . anything that’s fun. Latin 1, French 1, 2, 3, 4, H.R. Rep. 3, 4. DEBORAH ANN BOROWSKI 101 Bullard Street, Holden “Pray that every step brings you closer to the right path.” blue . . . yogurt . . . Aqualung . . . California . . . guitar . . . Space . . . jam sessions. Glee 1, 2, Span. 1, 2, 3, Folk Music 3. MICHAEL JAMES BRICKEY Hubbardston Road, Princeton “Life is to live as a man without worry.” Reflections (Editor) 3, Hockey 3, 4 (Manager). WENDY ANN BOWKER 3 Pond Street, Paxton “Love means you always have to say you’re sorry.” “Wendy” . . . Billy . . . green . . . hot fudge sundaes . . . secretary . . . swimming . . . tennis. ALAN KENNEN BRIGGS 77 Maple Ave., Rutland “There are some wars no man should be afraid to lose.” “Briggsy” . . . pizza . . . midnight blue . . . water skiing. N.H.S. 3, 4, Var. 3, 4, Hon. Roll 1, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Bsktball 1, 2, 3, 4, Spring Track 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA J. BROWN Sterling Ave., Sterling “Happiness is knowing someone loves you.” “Pat” . . . green . . . steak . . . french fries . . . skiing . . . swimming . . . Perlie!! F.B.L.A. 3, 4. DEBRA LYN BURNHAM Sawyer Lane, Holden “The age of man should try to better the world before there is no way for man to survive.” “Debbie” . . . motorcycles . . . pizza . . . sports . . . blue . . . basketball. Bus. Club 3, Span. 1, 2, Bsktball 1, 2, 3 (mgr.), 4. KATHERINE JANE BROWN Leominster Road, Sterling “Life is what it is and nothing will change it.” “Kathy” . . . blue . . . horseback riding. PATRICIA ANNE BURNS 1478 Wachusett St., Holden “I’m a walking contradiction . . . partly truth and partly fiction.” “Patty” . . . blue . . . cheeseburgers . . . “Black Magic Woman.” Glee 2, 3, Chorus 3, Thesp. 4 (sec.), Art 4. NANCY LOUISE BROWN 1 Smith Ave., Sterling Jet. “Good things come in small packages.” “Nanc” . . . steak . . . hamburgers . . . blue . . . skiing . . . skating . . . waterskiing. Latin 1, Thesp. 1, Gymnastics. PHILLIP CALHOUN BUSH 85 Greenwood Pkwy., Holden “To give is to live.” “Phil” . . . “Sam” . . . Star Island . . . blue . . . radishes . . . “Carry on ’til tomorrow.” . . . talking . . . living . . . knotting . . . writing. Lib. 3, 4, Reflections 1, Thesp. 3, 4. DONALD A. BROWN Sunset Drive, Sterling DONNA MARIE BROWN Turkey Hill Road, Rutland “To know life is one thing but to live life is another.” “Brownie” . . . George . . . Jethro Tull . . . food . . . good music . . . bike riding . . . horseback riding. F.B.L.A. 2, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, D.G. 3, 4. BRUCE CORLISS BUSKEY 502 Wachusett St., Holden “Take it easy, on yourself.” “Smok” . . . Gold . . . Blackberry . . . Marlboro 100’s . . . “Southern Man” . . . Juice . . . “Biscuits” . . . “Buzby” . . . Mina Vestarhis. Ski 2. JAMES R. CAMERON 195 Reservoir Street, Holden “The man who does nothing usually has nothing because he is nothing.” “Jimi” . . . “Jimbo” . . . motorcycles . . . metalflake blue . . . arguments . . . football . . . girls . . . cars . . . Motocross races . . . Sentry Super. JOHN MICHAEL BUTKIEWICZ 13 Highland Park Road, Rutland “The great hope of society is individual character.” “Bucky” . . . clams . . . green. Cross Coun. 3. CLYDE J. CADORET Osgood Road, Sterling “W.R.H.S. — The circus on the Hill.” “Clidshi” . . . “C.J.” . . . Chevy . . . Volkswagen . . . green . . . cycles . . . “cobbwebbing” . . . rebuilding cars . . . doing interiors. ALLEN MORRIS CALCIA Town Farm Road, Princeton “He who invented work should have finished it.” “Al” . . . “Uncle Al” . . . cars . . . Johnny Cash . . . fishing . . . hunting. F.F.A. 1, 2, 3 (sentinel), 4. SYDNEY GREER CAMP Mountain Road, Princeton ALLEN FREDRICK CAMP 1343 Main Street, Holden “Alley Caballey” . . . “Scampy” . . . ocean . . . sun . . . traveling . . . “J” Giles . . . M. Vineyard . . . Tuckermans . . . Jungle Beach . . . outdoors . . . music . . . skiing . . . running in the woods . . . camping . . . mountain climbing. Ski 1, 2, 3, 4, Thesp. 4, Yrbk. 4, Ftball 1 . 2 . JAMES WILBUR CAMPBELL 508 Wachusett Street, Holden “Enthusiasm is the genius of sincerity.” “Jim” . . . “Cowchips” . . . purple . . . steaks . . . Lynn . . . Colt . . . skiing . . . basketball . . . football . . . parties . . . swimming. Ski 1, 2, Span. 1, 2, Football 1. “Nothing is wasted that makes a memory.” Italians . . . eating . . . Claudio . . . autumn . . . football games . . . skiing. A.F.S. 3 (v.p.), Ftball Cheerleader 4, V.P. 3, 4, French 4, Hon. Roll 3, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Ski (sec.) 3, S.P.A. 3, Spring Play 1, 3. 46 STEPHEN JOHN CAMPBELL 63 Highland Street, Holden “I think I am — therefore I am!” “Glen, Steve” ... to eat, drink and be merry . . . skiing . . . swimming . . . listen to music. Class Cabinet 1, 2, Ski 1, 2, Student Council 1, 2, Freshman Basketball. KAROL J. CARLSON 17 Camp Street, Paxton “Live today as though there is no tomorrow, with happiness.” blue . . . Bob . . . Hyme . . . riding . . . swimming. F.N.A. 3, 4 (chairman), Ski 4. PAMELA JEAN CARLSON 5 Meadowbrook Drive, Paxton “The greatest use of life is to spend it for something that will outlast it.” “Pam” . . . purple . . . friends . . . movies. A.F.S. 3,4, Hon. Roll 3, Span. 1, 2, Thesp. 2, 3, Yearbook 4, 3R 4. SUSAN ALICE CARNEY Willard Street Ext., Sterling “If silence is golden, I must be fashioned of some other stuff.” “Al” . . . blue . . . Bruins . . . Joe Willie’s 6th period study . . . Miss Baxter . . . horseback riding . . . hockey games. F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 (sec.), Bsktball 1 (mgr.). REYNIE SCOTT CARON Chase Hill Road, Sterling “Save your Confederate money, the South will rise again!” “Reb” . . . bikes ... my 3-legged dog . . . cornbread . . . blackeyed peas . . . music . . . people . . . moving around . . . rolling . . . people. F.F.A. 4. WILLIAM HARRY CAMPBELL 508 Wachusett Street, Holden “Let the day bring what it may.” “Bill” . . . purple . . . skiing . . . “Sabath” music . . . basketball. Ger. 1, 2, Ski 1, 2, Football 1, Basketball 2. DENNIS CAREY 61 Stoneleigh Road, Holden JAMES CAPONE Hilltop Drive, Sterling Jet. 47 ■MM LORRAINE MARIE CATMEN East Park Rd., Sterling “Love is not having to say you’re sorry.” blue . . . steak . . . V. M. . . . skiing. Bus. 3,4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, Gym Leader 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski 3. CATHY SUSAN CEMPE Camp Ground Rd., Sterling “You only go round once in life, so grab for all the gusto you can.” “Cath” . . . “Farmer” . . . pizza . . . Dave . . . hockey. Bus. 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2. LUANN CHAMBERLAIN 195 Chester Street, Holden “You only live once, so live a little.” “Lu” . . . “Lu-Lu” . . . MPT . . . blue . . . clothes . . . silver jewelry . . . hamburgers . . . making things. Office Work 4. STEVEN A. CHAPPELL Winter Hill Road, Holden “Always leave them laughing when you say goodbye.” Nancy Ski Club. M. RICHARD CHASE Calamint Hill Road, Princeton PAUL MAURICE CHEVALIER Manning Street, Holden “Everybody knows this is nowhere.” Kathy . . . red-orange . . . music . . . art. German 1, 2, 3R 4. SCOTT EDWARD CHARBONNEAU 36 South Wachusett Street, Holden “The world belongs to the energetical.” “Scotty” . . . running . . . girls . . . hunting. Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Winter Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4. PHILIP NOYES CHASE 86 Dorothy Ave., Holden • r “Smile; if not for you for the benefit of others.” “Phil” . . . Fellow Fools . . . music through Hohner and Silvertone . . . gg . . . M.A.S.C. St. Peters: Student Coun. 1, 2, Ftball 1, 2, Band, Wach: Hockey 2, 3, 4, Yrbk. 4, Student Coun. 4, French 3,4, N.H.S. 3, 4, H.R. 1, 2, 3, 4. “Innocence is great, but it is no fun.” swimming . . . riding . . . animals . . horses . . . showing and competitive trail riding . . . judging competition. Latin 1, 2, 3, Reflections 4, Ski 4. 48 LINDA MARIE CLOUTIER 95 Doyle Road, Holden “I’d rather fight than switch.” Dennis . . . Misquamicut Beach . . . lobster . . . cranberry . . . gym leader corps. Gym Leader 2, 3. JOAN PATRICIA CLARK 15 Cranbrook Drive, Holden “Who am I to question such good fortune?” hockey games . . . the Cape . . . cheering . . . Daddy’s Little Girl . . . J. R. G. Hockey Cheerleader 3, 4 (capt.), French 1, 2, 3, Hon. Roll 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Reflections 2, 3, Thesp. 1, 2, 3 (exec, board), Yrbk. 4, Var. 4. “Always happy, never sad, sometimes naughty, but never bad.” “Marse” . . . purple . . .Italian food . . . art. Bus. 3, 4, H.R. Rep. 1, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, F.H.A. 3, 4, Photo. 4, Ski 1, Y-Teens 2 . “She can tell you to go to Hell so persuasively you’ll look forward to the trip.” “Sue” . . . blue . . . Sour Braden . . . Germany . . . traveling . . . music . . . Doors . . . swimming . . . art. Bus. 1, Ger. 2. JOEL R. CLOUTHIER 4 Clemence Ave., Sterling “Life is to live and enjoy every moment of it.” bikes . . . snowmobiles. CYNTHIA COFFEY 24 Forest Drive, Holden “Cindy” . . . piano . . . blue . . . “Wooden Ships” . . . horseback riding . . . Central High. Art 3, French 2, Ski 2, 3, Thesp. 2, 3 (exec, board). SUSAN CHRISTINE CLOUATRE 365 Highland Street, Holden LORRAINE ANN CHISHOLM 9 Donald Ave., Holden “Emmanuel!” Blue . . . Laddie . . . classical music . . . violin . . . “Laurie.” Chorus 3, Latin 1, 2, Mathletes 1, French 1, 2, Alpha Angles 1. KAREN MARIE CHRISTENSEN Osgood Road, Sterling sir MARIAN BRIDGET CHILA Kendall Hill Road, Sterling “There are many beautiful things in this world, but the most beautiful is love.” football games . . . purple . . . skiing . . . sewing. F.H.A. 1, 2 (sec.), 3 (treas.), 4 (pres.) (state reporter), F.N.A. 3, 4, Hon. Roll 3, Latin 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski 4, Mountainettes 1, 3R 4. DONALD RICHARD CONGDON 88 Main Street, Rutland “May the key to happiness find you wherever you go.” “Don” . . . sports . . . girls . . . seafood . . . concerts . . . basketball. Spanish 1, 2, 3. JOAN CAROL CORTRIGHT 3 Sunset Drive, Sterling Jet. “Together we’ll make it.” blue . . . French fries . . . lobster . . . swimming . . . skidooing. F.H.A. 1, 3, 4, Gym Leader 1. N. ANITA COLE Camp Ground Road, Sterling Jet. “Look for beauty in everything, for ’tis there.” Doni . . . Dodge Rt . . . pizza . . . clams . . . lobsters . . . purple . . . Navy blue. F.B.L.A. 3, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3. PAULETTE CLAIRE COLE Camp Ground Road, Sterling “Happiness is going back with a boyfriend after you have broken up.” Johnny . . . Super Sport . . . “71” . . . Chicken . . . “Frenchie” . . . “Parker” . . . Sports. Bus. 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3,4, Photo. 4, Ski 1. RUTH JEAN COLE 823 Main Street, Holden “Y a know what I mean.” steak . . . yellow . . . Howard . . . marriage . . . old houses . . . sewing . . . furniture refinishing. Thesp. 2, 3, Span. 1, F.T.A. 3, Hon. Roll 1, 3. JOHN H. CORBIN 28 Orchard Road, Holden Class Pres. 2, V. Pres. 1, Reflections 2, Student Council 2, 3, Science Seminar 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4. “So much to say. So much to give . . .” blue . . . sunshine . . . lemon . . . Bruins . . . Joe Willie’s sixth period study . . . sports. F.T.A. 3,4, Field Hockey 4, Tennis 3 (manager — 4), N.H.S. 3, 4, Ski 2, 3,4 Students Pol. Act. 3, 4, Thesp. 2, 3, 4, Hon. Roll 1, 3. JILL ANNE CONTE 7 Lincoln Circle, Paxton MERYL-DEANE COOKE Putnam Lane, Holden “Laughter’s a gift that holds happiness in it.” “Legs” . . . yellow . . . tennis . . . lasagna . . . Bill . . . swimming. Bus. 3. v 3» CATHERINE THERESE COUNIHAN 23 Forestdale Road, Paxton “A single sunbeam can drive away many shadows.” “Cath” . . . blue . . . people . . . ocean . . . skiing. F.N.A. 4, A.F.S. 3, 4, Span. 1, 2, Thesp. 2, 3, Yrbk. 4, Spring Play 3R. SANDRA ANN CRAIGUE R.F.D. Leom. Road, Leominster “No Comment.” “Moonshine” . . . marrying Mike . . . horseback riding . . . collecting horse statues. JOHN CRYSTOFF Elmwood Ave., Jefferson JEFFREY C. CRAWFORD 2 Whitney Drive, Paxton “If you can not be free be as free as you can.” Ftball 1, Reflections 4, Ski 2, Drug Group 3, 4. LIBRARY WAGHOSETT REGIONAL HIGH 8C0O0 HOLDEN. MASSACHUSETTS SHIRLEY CUNNINGHAM Upper North Row Road, Sterling “Beauty is only skin deep.” red . . . white . . . blue. F.H.A. 1, Office Work 3, 4. FLORA BONNIE CURTIS Meeting House Hill Road, Sterling “Is this reality or not? If it is I find it pleasing and enjoyable.” “Flo” . . . “Sunshine” . . . art . . . boys . . . cars . . . blue . . . work with my hands . . . music . . . sewing. Glee 1, 2, Chorus 3, 4. BEVERLY JEAN CUSHMAN 6 Lowell Ave., Holden “A whole universe to discover and only my eyes to look.” “Bev” . . . blue . . . Pencils . . . Santana . . . dance . . . music. Band 4, H.R. Rep. 2, 4, French 1,2, Hon. Roll 1, 2, Ski 3, Span. 3, 4, Thesp. 1, 2, 3, 4, Yrbk. 4, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4, Spring Play 1, 2. STEPHEN JOHN CUMMINGS 30 Harrington Drive, Holden “Take the tools at hand and carve your best life.” Fellow Fools . . . skiing . . . scuba diving. Ftball 1, 3, Winter Track 1, 2, Spring Track 1, 2, N.H.S. 3,4, Ski 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Coun. 1, 2, 3 (treas.), 4 (pres.). PAULETTE LAURA DAVID 780 Pleasant Street, Paxton “You can’t have everything.” “Dave” . . . blue . . . hamburgers . . . Bob . . . swimming . . . boys . . . nursing. F.N.A. 3, 4, D.G. 3, 4. ELLEN LOUISE DEITMER 116 Greenwood Pkwy., Holden “Tomorrow see the things that never come today.” “El” . . . “Smelly Elly” . . . “Bods” . . . blue . . . Stills . . . macaroni . . . guitar . . . singing. French 1, 2, 3, Ger. 1, Ski 2, Thesp. 1, 2, 3. MELISSA DAY 112 Richards Ave., Paxton hockey games . . . the Cape . . . A.M. M. . . . Colby . . . cheering . . . giving haircuts. A.F.S. 2, 3, 4, Hockey Cheerleader 2, 3,4, H.R. Rep. 3, French 1, 2, 3, Hon. Roll 1, 2, N.H .S. 3, 4, Thesp. 1, 2, 3 (sec.), Yrbk. 4, Spring Play 1, 2, 3, 4. RACHEL BERNADETTE DEBATIS 115 Wyoming Drive, Holden “A life filled with laughter and love lacks little.” “Rach” . . . Patrick . . . friends . . . blue . . . smiling faces . . . “Mom” . . . swimming . . . science fairs . . . guitar. A.F.S. 3, Band 1,2,3, F.T.A. 3, French 1, 2, Gym Leader 1, Thesp. 3, Science Seminar 1, 2, 3, Spring Play 3, Science Fairs (school) 1, 2, 3, (county, state) 2, 3, C.Y.C. 1, 2, 3. MARTHA LINDSAY DEGUTIS 1395 Wachusett Street, Holden “I’m a long way from my home.” green . . . sleeping. Art 4, Ger. 1, 2, 3, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin 2, Poetry 1, N.H.S. 3, 4. THOMAS BRUCE DENHOLM Kendall Hill Road, Sterling ROBERT J. DelGRECO 7 Arizona Ave., Holden “The only way to get rid of temptation is to yield to it.” Mr. Sanita’s Service . . . sealing floors and washing windows for Sandberg. SUSAN RUFUS DESAUTELS Old Broad Street, Jefferson “To each his own.” “Ruf” . . . Nifty! Oxford: French, Golf, Library, Photography, Wachusett: French 4. “Life is to be lived — so let’s.” purple . . . nature . . . blue sky . . . fresh air . . . hiking . . . camping. Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, Mathletes 1. STEVEN ERNEST DICESARE 199 South Main Street, Holden MARK DESMAR1S 42 Walnut Street, Holden “No one knows what he can do until he has done it.” “Twit” . . . “Buzz” . . . brown . . . music . . . drums. Band 1, 2 (Sec.), 3, 4, Glee 4. DAVID DICKMAN 227 Princeton Street, Holden RICHARD DESMARIS 92 Chapel Street, Holden “Our lives are but a moment of sunlight fading in the grass.” blue . . . fall . . . Chicago. PATRICIA LEE DICKMAN Mt. Pleasant Ave., Holden NANCY ANNE DESMOND Upper North Row Road, Sterling “All these places had their moments with lovers and friends I still can recall.” “Patty” . . . blue . . . pizza . . . people . . . peppermint . . . skiing . . swimming. H.R. Rep. 4, French 1, Gym Leader 1 Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, Ski 1, Thesp. 3. “Happiness is being with David.” green . . . lasagna . . . collecting liquor bottles. Bus. 4, F.N.A. 3, 4, Span. 3, Chorus 3, Masuk High School: Span. 2, Chorus 1, 2, Stu. Coun. Rep. 2. ROBERT F. DILLMAN 16 Knollwood Road, Paxton DOUGLAS ALAN DESROCHES 958A Wachusett Street, Holden “No one but himself can solve his own problems.” “Bob” . . . blue . . . sports . . . cars . . . working. H.R. Rep. 1, Ski 1, 2, 3, 4, S.P.A. 4. “There was never a saint with red hair.” H. J. B. . . . blue . . . Budweiser . Chevy . . . Diz Jr. . . . Pud. MICHAEL JOHN DINOIA 47 Fairview Ave., Jefferson “Do what you can while you can.” “Mike” . . . green . . . socks . . . refreshing beverages . . . music . . . “Who” . . . hangin . . . drums . . . sports ... the group. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Span. 1, 2. JEAN DONOVAN 8 Crestwood Road, Paxton “Man’s reach must exceed his grasp or else what is heaven for?” Cape Cod . . . red roses . . . art . . . NYC. A.F.S. 2, 3, 4, French 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin 2, French N.H.S. 3, 4, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3,4, N.H.S. 3, 4, S.P.A. 3, Thespian 2, 3, J.C.L. 2, Spring Musical 2, 4, Yrbk. 4 (co-editor). STEPHEN H. DODD 18 Greenwood Pkwy., Holden “Have fun while you’re young; after that you’ll have to think of another excuse.” playing guitar. Folk Music 3, 4, Hon. Roll 1, Ski 3, Span. 3. STEPHEN JAMES DOTEN 30 Old Salisbury St., Holden “If all the world’s a stage, who’s the audience?” “Dotey” . . . purple. Cross Country 1, 2, Indoor Track 1, Spring Track 1, Ski 2, 3, 4, Thespian 3, 4. WAYNE RICHARD DODGE 16 Somerset Lane, Holden “Don’t let the world get you down.” “Hodgey” . . . Joyce . . . steam clams . . . ocean beaches . . . C. C. R. . . . yellow . . . motorcycles . . . hockey. Hockey manager 3, H.R. Rep. 3. JEREMIAH ETHAN DOUCETTE Princeton Road, Sterling “When the Aardvark hides in the palm tree then the elephant is in the kumquats.” “Jay” . . . “Eagle Eye” . . . “Bullfrog” . . . blue . . . cars . . . trucks . . . beer . . . girls . . . model building. Football Manager 3, 4, Model 1. DONALD VINCENT DOLAN Pleasantdale Road, Rutland “Don” . . . sports . . . football. Reflections 4, Span. 2. DAVID ALLEN DOWJAT East County Road, Rutland “Quiet in nature, yet active in mind.” NEIL ABBOTT DRAWBRIDGE Reservoir St., Holden “It matters not what you believe in, but whether you are sincere.” “Critter” . . . “Super” . . . blue . . . apples . . . black . . . fishing . . . hunting. Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM G. DUNLOP JR. 262 Richards Ave., Paxton “Super legs.” “Bill” . . . Wendy . . . green . . . beer and pretzels . . . electrician . . . track and drinking . . . F.F.A. 1, Ski 2, Ftball 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Winter Track 1, 2, 3, 4. DALE ALLISON DROHAN Boylston Ave., Princeton “Life is a guidance of all mankind. To live is to help and love your brothers and sisters.” Motorcycles ... all night parties . . . red . . . blue . . . green . . . purple . . . Harmonica . . . swimming . . . skiing . . . tennis . . . music. Glee, Ski. DARRELL F. DUNN 169 High St., Jefferson “Witchcraft — there is more truth to it than you think!” “Pud” . . . Mountain . . . Hendrix . . . Euphoria . . . blue . . . Hangin. Dryden Central High, Dryden, N.Y. 1, 2, Wrestling, Chorus. LEO S. DUFFY 45 Walnut Terrace, Holden “Look at everything with an open mind.” “DufF’ . . . green . . . the ocean . . . traveling . . . lobster . . . horse racing . . . skiing . . . parties . . . flying ... ski instructor. Comp. 3, Reflections 4, Ski 1, Span. 1, 2 . STEPHEN N. DUNN 66 Pleasant St., Paxton “A non-turtle is better than a crazy loon.” Connie . . . Beatles . . . Creedence . . . 36 . . . mountains . . . CB 450 . . . hunting . . . motorcycles. Chorus 3, French 2, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Sailing 4, Thesp. 4, Soccer 4. MARK R. DUNBAR 1 Campbell St., Rutland “Life is like climbing a mountain. Take one step at a time and don’t look back.” “Marcus-Brains” . . . horseback riding . . . skiing. F.F.A. 3, 4, Gym Leader Corps 3. TERESA DUPIUS 246 Pommogussett Road, Rutland. 55 V WENDY JO ELLSTROM Laurelwood Road, Rutland “er . . . neat!” “Grub” . . . blue . . . hamburgs . . . Carpenters . . . walking anyplace. French 1, Reflections 4, Ski 1, J.V. Bsktball 1, 2, Var. Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, PATRICIA MARY EWICK 17 Anthony Drive, Holden “Never mind a world with its heroes and villains, for God likes girls and tomorrow and the earth.” seagull . . . Cohen . . . BK . . . Oscar Wilde. H.R. Rep. 1, 2, 3, French Club (v-p, sec.), F.N.H.S. 3, 4, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Sail 3, Student Pol. Act., Yrbk. Co. Ed. CHARLES ANTHONY FAUCHER 18 Brentwood Drive, Holden “If I were quiet, no one would know I was around.” Red . . . hockey . . . steak . . . fishing . . . swimming. French 1, 2, Hockey 1, Ftball 3. RONALD DAVID FAUCHER 768 Pleasant Street, Paxton “Do your duty and leave the rest to the gods.” “Fauch” . . . Chevi . . . red . . . cars . . . snowmobiling. Ski 1, 2. MARK L. FLAGG Main Street, Princeton “C. C.” . . . “Mark” . . . skiing . . . golfing . . . parties . . . vacations . . Chem. C2. Football 1. “A man may be censored, but his thoughts remain free.” steak . . . myself . . . Celtics . . . Rams . . . me . . . money . . . Willie Mays . . . sports. Yearbook 4, Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 4, Bsktball Manager 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4. BARBARA MARIA FISKE 286 Shrewsbury Street, Holden “A happy life consists in tranquility of mind.” “Barb” . . . green . . . Billy . . . nursing . . . reading. F.H.A. 3, F.N.A. 3, French 1, Mountainettes 1, Thesp. 3. KAREN I. FLYGARE 266 Parker Ave., Holden yogurt . . . sneakers . . . art. French 1, 2, Hon. Roll 3, Thesp. 2, Mountainettes 1, Spring Play 3, Open Door 1, 2, 4. DAVID A. FERRON Zottoli Road, Holden " M DANA PAUL FREDERICKSON 27 Mark Bradford Dr., Holden “Follow your honest convictions and be strong.” Flying lessons at Sterling Airport . ... Worcester Youth Orchestra — Drums . . . Vice-President of Hi-League at Immanuel Lutheran Church . . . flying . . . music. Chess Club 1, Concert Choir 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN FREDRIKSON 24 Hilltop Ave., Jefferson JOEL FOLEY 5 William-Allen Dr., Paxton KATHY RENEE FOSKETT Rugg Rd., Sterling “Love and happiness are doubled when they are shared with someone you love.” Bob . . . spaghetti . . . blue . . . “Catrina” . . . swimming . . . sewing. F.H.A. 1, 2, Mountainettes 1, Office Work 1, 2, 3. LINDA MAE FRANZEN Mount View Dr., Holden “We do not remember days, we remember moments.” autumn . . . yellow . . . the Cape . . weekends . . . Haffenreffer . . . “Partner.” 3R 4, A.F.S. 4, F.T.A. 3, French 2, Thesp. 2, 3. DONNA ELEANOR FOX 45 Maple St., Sterling “Everything’s all right.” Dance . . . creative writing . . . schnauzers . . . “Don” . . . CYC . . . 4-H . . . international penpals. A.F.S. 4, Chorus 4, Ger. 3, 4, Hon. Roll 1, 2, Photo. 3, Girls’ Track 3, Mt. Washington 3, 4, Latin 1, 2 (corr. sec.), Mountainettes 1, 2, Girls’ Track 3. SHIRLEY JEAN FREDRIKSSON 24 Oak Ridge Rd., Holden “A man’s aim should exceed his grasp, or what’s a heaven for?” 8 10 70 . . . bubble gum. Art Club 3, Saints 3, Thesp. 2, 3, 4, French 1, Mountainettes 1, Ski 2. PHILIP MARTIN FREESE 85 Wyndhurst Dr., Holden “That which doesn’t kill me makes me stronger.” hockey . . . cider . . . green . . . archery. Science Seminar 1, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Golf 3, N.H.S. 3, 4. 57 DONALD T. FRENCH, JR. 25 Bascom Pkwy., Holden “Oh God, Thy world s so big and I so small.” “Don” . . . “Frenchy” . . . waterskiing . . . fishing . . . hockey. Reflections 4, Span. 2, J.V. Baseball Manager 2. DEBORAH SOMES FULLER 7 William-Alien Drive, Paxton mist . . . moors . . . castles . . . the moor and the sea . . . music . . . thinking. A.F.S. 3, French 1, 3, 4, Hon. Roll 1, Ski 1, Thesp. 2, S.P.A. 3. DONNA MARIE GABREE 40 Edgewood Drive, Holden “True friends are the best possessions.” “Don” . . . blue . . . chicken . . . hockey ... the beach . . . football . . . tennis . . . water skiing . . . painting. A.F.S. 3, Gym Leader 1, Span. 1, 2 RICHARD ROBERT GABREE 40 Edgewood Drive, Holden Keep smiling, so people will wonder what you’ve been up to.” “Rich” . . . blue . . . Diana . . . motorcycles . . . food . . . basketball Ger. 2. WARREN GARDNER 275 Princeton St., Holden LINDA ANN GARABEDIAN 54 Steele Street, Holden MARK PAUL GARGULINSKI Wilder Road, Sterling CHERYL MARIAN GAMACHE 55 Grove Street, Paxton “Every word in the language has once been used happily.” “Cherie” . . . “Cher” . . . Jim . . . driving . . . swimming . . . reading. French 3, 4, Hon. Roll 1, Mountainettes 1, 2, 3, 4. ' T “Beauty is not in the face, Beauty is a light in the heart.” “Garba” . . . Allen . . . pizza . . . hamburgers . . . green . . . french fries . . . sports . . . going out on the town . . . fun roller skating. Office 3, A.F.S. 2, F.B.L.A. 3,4, F.N.A. 3, F.H.A. 3, French 1. “Man’s knowledge at its best is mere ignorance.” “Gargs” . . . walking . . . football. Students Pol. Act. 1, 2, F.B.L.A. 1, 2, Ftball 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Assumption Prep. 1, 2. I WAYNE R. GEORGE 29 Birchwood Road, Rutland “May the “J” bird of happiness drop a brick in your yard.” “I want more.” Ski 1, 2. EDWIN HOLMES GLEDHILL 113 Stoneleigh Road, Holden “To get anywhere, strike out for somewhere, or you’ll get nowhere.” ooglis . . . sunsets . . . surf . . . CBNBNBNB. French 2, Ski 2, 3, Yrbk. 4, Bsktball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2. PENNY A. GODFREY Redstone Hill, Sterling “Life is like a sheet of driven snow; no matter how you walk, the footprints always show.” “Tango” . . . Marc . . . math . . . cards . . . pizza . . . music . . . dancing. F.H.A. 2, French 1. SHEILA ANN GIRARD 1654 Main Street, Jefferson “You’re never too small to help out a friend.” sunny days . . . fall nights . . . beaches . . . the mountains . . . purple . . . pizza . . . talking and being happy . . . swimming . . . living. A.F.S. 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 3, Span. 1, 2. PETER HURST GOODNOW Worcester Road, Princeton “Power to the people.” “Power” . . . blue . . . Pontiacs . Model A’s . . . rebuilding cars . Sue . . . racing . . . drags. Ski 4, Tennis 3. LAURA CASE GOODWIN 47 Forest Drive, Holden “Just try.” “Laurie” . . . blue . . . peanut butter . . . having fun. A.F.S. 3, Ski 3, Span. 3, Thesp. 3, Alfred Plant Jr. High, Majorette, Office Girl. NANCY LEE GIROUARD 26 Lawrence Street, Paxton “Don’t let it get you down, it’s only castles burning, find someone that’s turning and you will come around.” “Kio” . . . silver . . . wine . . . traveling . . . concerts . . . Mercedes . . . horseback riding . . . waterskiing. Bus. 1, Thesp. 1, 2, 3. SHARON LEE GIRARD 1654 Main Street, Jefferson “Those who bring sunshine to others cannot keep it from themselves.” P. R. H. . . . ocean . . . antiques . . . blue . . . people . . . walking . . . having fun. A.F.S. 3, Mountainettes 1, Thesp. 3. “The trouble with neighborhoods today is there aren’t enough neighbors and there are too many hoods.” “Boris” . . . rockets. Ger. 1, 2, 3,4, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Reflections 4, Mathletes 1, Track 2, Tennis 3, Soccer 3, 4, Chess 1. “I won’t ask of myself to become someone else, I’ll just be me.” “Jim” . . . Cape Cod . . . sleeping . . . people . . . skiing . . . bowling. HEIDI HIDING GRAHAM 1029 Main St., Holden “The days that make us happy make us strong.” “Georgia Peach” . . . Andy . . . 4 20 71 . . . “Summer of’71” . . . Geneva . . . Buckbee . . . week-ends . . . V.W. buses . . . blue vegas . . . pizzas . . . Georgia. Office Work 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, F.T.A 3, 4, French 1, 2, 3. FREDERICK EYNON GREIS 50 Banbury Lane, Holden He conquers who endures.” “Fred” . . . sky blue . . . avocadoes . . . golf . . . poker. N.H.S. 3, 4, Ski 1, 2, 3, Yrbk. 4, Chess 3, 4, Science Seminar 1, 2, 3, 4, W.R.H.S. Reg. Science Fair 1, 2, 3 (1st), 4, Wore. Reg. Science Fair 2, (Nasa citation), 3 (1st), 4, Mass. State Science Fair 3 (1st), 22 Inter. Science Fair 3, Ice Hockey 1, 2, Var. Golf 2, 3, 4, Soccer 4. SCOTT GOWING 53 Phillips Road, Holden 1 MARIE LOUISE GOYETTE 34 Brunnell Dr., Holden “Smile, God loves you.” water skiing . . . blue . . . Chinese food . . . Carol King . . . Canada. JAMES JOSEPH GRIBOUSKI 6 Steele St., Holden DARRELL GRIFFIN 167 Main St., Rutland HOLLY MIRIAM GRIFFIN 324 Richards Ave., Paxton “Life is only what you make it.” Jimmy . . . drag-racing . . . horseback riding . . . Jethro Tull . . . Zepplin . . . Misquamicut . . . parties . . . blue. French 3, Hon. Roll 4, Span. 3, Thesp. 1, Span. H.S. 2. S»: MITCHELL R. GRIFFIN Forest Hill Dr., Rutland sports . . . banana splits . . . purple . . . life. „ Ftball 1, 2, 3, 4, Bsktball 1, 2, 3,4, Bsball 1, 2, 3, 4. FAITH MARIA GUSTAFSON MICHAEL GRIFFITH 112 Jamieson R°ad, Holden 9 Oregon Trail, Holden “Show us the truth so we can learn.” kite flying ... the sea .. . night . . . smiles . . . freedom. Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, Span. 1, 2, 3, . Spanish N.H.S. 2, 3, D.G. 3, 4, 3R. DONNA MARIE GUIMOND 62 Montana Dr., Holden “Happiness is imperfect until shared.” Hampton Beach . . . Bob . . . tennis . . . skiing . . . painting. A.F.S. 3, F.T.A. 4, Hon. Roll 1, 3, Span. 3, 4. BRIAN JOSEPH GROGAN 71 Meadowood Dr., Holden “You can’t shake hands with a clenched fist.” “Cowchips” . . . blue . . . Boone’s Farm . . . skiing . . . deals. Golf 4. ROGER EDWARD GROVER, JR. 305 Princeton Road, Sterling “Finding time is easy; it always exists. Allocating it is the real battle.” lasagna . . . green . . . philately . . . cycling . . . trumpeting. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, French 1, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Spring Track 3, 4, Alpha Angles 1. PAUL CARL GUSTAFSON Ball Hill Road, Princeton “Winning isn’t everything, but it helps.” “Gus” . . . “Piggy” . . . “Toad” . . . blue . . . pizza . . . girls . . . F.F.A. . . . fishing . . . hunting . . . motorcycle riding . . . snowmobile riding. F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. ALLISON ATWOOD HACKETT Stanjoy Road, Holden “When you really love something, then it loves you back, in whatever way it has to love.” “Gus” . . . blue . . . ocean . . . music . . . “hiya” . . . skiing . . . swimming. Treas. 2, 3,4, French 1, 2, 3, N.H.S. 3, 4, Ski 1, 2, 3, 4, Yrbk. 4. ' ■ LOIS ANNE GUSTAFSON 4 Brentwood Dr., Holden “Those who bestow too much application on trifling things, become generally incapable of great ones.” “Al” . . . green . . . waffles . . . baking . . . Night Gallery. MICHAEL HACKETT 293 Boylston Ave., Princeton “Take time to live and don’t worry about dying.” tennis . . . skiing . . . swimming. F.F.A. 1, Reflections 4, Track 1. CRAIG F. HADLEY 622 Shrewsbury Street, Holden “Days of respite are golden days.” Bikes . . . Ann. Hon. Roll 2. CHARLES A. HAGGLUND 28 Homestead Road, Holden ‘To know is nothing at all, to imagine is everything.” “Chuck” . . . Mount View Jr. High . . . motorcycles . . . working on cars. Mathletes. JAMES ROBERT HALL 592 Pleasant Street, Paxton “Creation begins with vision, and without vision we perish.” Kennebunk H.R. Rep. 1, Treas. 1, French 1, 2, Hon. Roll 1,3, 4, Mathletes 2, 3, 4, Photo. 3, Reflections 2, 3, Ski 2, 3, 4, Sailing 3, 4 (v.p.), Tennis 2, 3, 4, Sailing Team 3, 4, Church Bsktball 2, 3, 4. DARLENE ANN HAMMAR 239 Pleasant Street, Paxton “i prefer to be a dreamer among the humblest, with visions to be realized, than lord among those without dreams.” Quiet . . . the sea . . . rainbows . . . clouds. Thesp. 2, Yrbk. 4. ROBERT BERNARD HANSON 1 Lowell Ave., Holden. “Nothing can bring you peace but yourself.” “Spider” . . . Fellow Fools . . . nice girls . . . tennis . . . driving. H.R. Rep. 2,4, Hon. Roll 2, 3, 4, Mathletes 1, 2, 3, Sailing 3, 4, Ski 1,4, Span. 1, 2, Thesp. 1, 2, 3, 4, Ftball 1, Hockey 1, 2 (manager), 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4. DANA CHARLES HAM 147 Bailey Road, Holden “I wish to be a free and true man.” Life . . . Love . . . Niel Young . . . Grateful Dead . . . Crusin with Rubin and looking for burgers. Class Pres. 1, Gym Leader 3, 4, Ftball 1, 2, 4, Bsktball 1, Bsball 1. RICHARD DAVIS HALL 16 Harrington Drive, Holden HERBERT HEALD HARRIS Glenwood Road, Rutland “Now is the son of man glorified and God is glorified in him.” “Herb” . . . steak . . . cars . . . bronze . . . Susan . . . cards . . . driving . . . soccer. Thesp. 1, 2, 3, 4, Span. 1, 2, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, H.R. Rep. 3, Glee 1, 2. ANNE MARIE HAYES 14 Knollwood Road, Paxton “ ’Tis what I love determines how I love.” Steve . . . lavender flowers . . . VWs . . . blue. F.N.A. 3, 4, Hon. Roll 2, 3, Library 1, 2, 4, Mountainettes 1, Ski 3, 4, Span. 1, 2, S.P.A. 4, Thesp. 2, 3, 4, 3R. BENGT ARTHUR HANSSON 52 Surrey Lane, Holden “Let no man despise thy youth; but be thou an example of the believers.” “Ben” . . . red . . . “63 volvo” . . . friends . . . snow skiing . . . traveling. Ski 4, Tennis 3,4, Spring Musical 1, Tutoring Swedish Student Gert Persson 3. CYNTHIA JEAN HARVEY 1 Parker Road, Holden “Life is what you make it, so make it good, and be happy.” “Cindy” . . . “Sin” . . . Alan . . . horses . . . chocolate . . . green and white . . . Wachusett . . . football, hockey, and basketball games . . . horseback riding . . . horses. JOHN CHRISTOPHER HART Brooks Station Road, Princeton “Kissing is like marijuana, because it leads to bigger and better things.” “Chris” . . . British racing green . . . Austin Healy . . . skiing . . . bikes . . . Almaden . . . tennis. Motorcycle 3, 4, Ski 1, 2, Stu. Council 4, Tennis 3, 4, Class Pres. 4. DEBI JEAN HAYES Albright Road, Sterling “Peace, Love and Woodstock!” “Deb” . . . blue or purple Dodge Chargers . . . Denis . . . apple wine . . . Tareytons . . . “Guess Who” . . . my Yamaha . . . talking on phone . . . piano . . . guitar . . . horseback riding . . . snowmobiles and racing. KATHRYN JEAN HARRINGTON 226 Bullard St., Holden “True happiness exists forever.” “Kathy” . . . happy faces . . . bicycling. Marian H.S. 1: French, Latin, Wach: Hon. Roll 2, 3, 4. STANLEY FREDERICK HASSELMANN Route 140, West Sterling “Solitude is peace.” “Stan” . . . red . . . cars . . . woodworking . . . auto repairs. Hon. Roll 2, 3, Winter Track 2, 3R. LINDA CHRISTINE HIGGINS 672 Bullard Street, Holden KEVIN J. HAYNES Sterling Road, Holden “What the hell was I put on this earth for if not to flirt?” “Lin” . . . Joe . . . vet . . . blue eyes . . . chicken . . . flirting. Gymnastic 2, 3. “Try it you’ll like it!” “Kev” . . . copper ... art swimming. SANDRA FLORENCE HOBBS 61 Holt Road, Holden BROOKE HENLEY 213 Highland Street, Holden “Smile and the world smiles with you, cry and you cry alone.” “Sandy” . . . blue . . . work . . . radio . . . records . . . people . . . Christmas . . . sewing . . . reading. Hon. Roll 1, 2. “Time, time is life and life is time. Mountains . . . lobster . . . blue. A.F.S. 3 (sec.), Hon. Roll 3, Field Hockey 2, 4, Bsktball 2, 3, 4, Ski 4, Span. 4, Yrbk. 4. EDGAR FOX HESELBARTH 5 Ashwood Road, Paxton CHERYLE ANN HOLMES 30 Scenic Drive, Holden “He seems a winged man sweetly wise; born to unlock the secrets of the skies.” flying . . . sailing . . . models . . . rockets . . . post cards. Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 4, Spring Track 2, 3, 4, Sailing 3, 4. “Love is like a wild bird that none can ever tame.” blue . . . “Purple Passion” . . . black ... ice hockey . . . baseball . . . playing the piano. Glee, Chorus — Pianist 1, 2, 3, 4, Reflections 4. MARGARET MARY HESTER 28 Greenwood Parkway, Holden HELEN MAY HOLMES Causeway Street, Holden “Love is the most fun you can have without laughing.” “Peg” . . . autumn . . . apples . . . laughing . . . bike rides . . . Cheshire High School, Conn. 1. Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 2, Reflections 3, Quilt 3, Span. 2, Yrbk. 4, Lit. Staff Chairman 3R. “Who that ever lived and loved can look upon an egg unmoved.” forest green . . . horses . . . walking in the woods . . . horseback riding. Library 1, 2, 3, 4, Thesp. 4. JOHN PATRICK HONAN 140 Maple Ave., Rutland “Whenever I feel like studying, I lie down ’til I feel better.” “John” . . . blue . . . SS 396 . . . Chevy’s . . . drags . . . tickets. Gym Leaders 3, 4. ■I RICHARD DANIEL HUBBARD 16 Briarcliff Lane, Holden “No matter what you do, always give 100%; go flat out, all out.” “Hub” . . . “Rich” . . . steak . . . navy blue . . . money . . . baseball . . . W. C. Fields . . . bowling. Ger. 4, Hon. Roll 3, Ftball 1, Baseball 2, 3, 4. KAREN ANDREA HOLMES 115 Woodridge Road, Holden “Hello, hello.” Summer . . . pink . . . skiing. French 2, Track 3, Tennis 1, Needham High 1, 2, 3, C.Y.O. 1, 2. RICHARD LEE HUARD South Street, Paxton “Hello.” “Dickie” . . . “Little Bits” . . . track. Cross Country 1,2, 3, 4, Winter Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4. MARK AARON HULTQUIST 86 Stoneleigh Road, Holden “Perfection is no hindrance in the strive for success.” Steak . . . fried clams . . . blue . . . swimming . . . pool . . . golf. French 4, Hon. Roll 3, Golf 2, 3, 4. CAROL L. HUNT 438 Marshall Street, Paxton “The foolish man seeks happiness in the distance; the wise man grows it under his feet.” Horseback riding . . . walking in the woods . . . animals. Glee 2, Chorus 2, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Lib. 1. CLIFTON JOHN HUNT 187 Doyle Road, Holden “Though the wave of words is forever upon us, yet our depth is forever silent.” — Gibran. Painting . . . sculpture . . . reading . . . crafts . . . drawing . . . music . . . watching. Choir 3, Hon. Roll 3, Ftball 1. Reflections 3. DEBORAH JANET HUNTER 333 Main Street, Rutland “Remember Auburn High!” ‘Debbi” . . . blue + white . . . Auburn High . . . horses . . . hockey games . . . horseback riding . . . summer. Auburn: Bus. 2, French 1, 2, Latin 2, Gym Team 2. EFFIE MARY JACKSON 97 Main Street, Rutland “Nothing in this life remains the same and our memories are our links with the past. Poopado . . . pink knitting. Bio. 2, W.O.S.P. 2. MARSHALL E. JANES Irish Lane, Rutland Spanish Club 1 JOSEPH MARTIN JASINSKI 107 Nola Drive, Holden “True learning is more than a spectator sport.” “Joe” . . . camping. Assump Prep 1, 2. Wachusett: Band 3, 4, F.N.H.S. 3, Hon. Roll 3, Math 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4. MARION M. JENNETTE 20 Hilltop Ave., Holden “I wanted to try to live in accord with the promptings which came from my true self. Why was that so very difficult?” Ham grinders . . . blue . . . nursing . . . camping. A.F.S., H.R. Rep, F.H.A., F.N.A. PHILIP ELIOT JOHNSON 168 Parker Ave., Holden “If one cannot enjoy life, one should be pitied.” “Phil” . . . fried clams . . . gold . . . skiing . . . snowmobiling. Ski 3. ROBIN CHRISTINE JOHNSON Edson Ave., Rutland “She’s small, she’s wise, she’s a terror for her size.” “John” . . . blue . . . dill pickles. F.H.A. 1, 2, 3 (sec), 4 (v.p.), French 1, 2, Mountainettes 1, Thesp. 4. “Life is as good as you make it.” “K.J.” . . . judo. Winter Track 2, J.V. Baseball 2, Baseball 3, 4, Reflections 4. KENNETH FRANCIS JOHNSON 9 Briarcliff Lane, Holden “If I have the gift of prophecy and all understanding, and all knowledge, but have not love, I am nothing.” French 1, 2, 3, F.N.H.S. 2, 3, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, Yrbook 4, A.F.S. 2, 3, 4. DONNA LYNN JOHNSON 2 Oakwood Road, Paxton LURENA ANN K.ELLEY 27 Crystal Street, Paxton “A smile is a symbol of happiness, and happiness is a symbol of love.” “Nina” . . . navy blue . . . steak . . . P-town . . . 1 12 70. Thesp. 2, 3, Art 3, 4. BRIAN FREDERICK KEMP Worcester Road, Princeton “It riles them to believe that you perceive the web they weave, and to keep on thinking FREE.” Soupbone . . . green . . . music — “Euphoria” — electric bass . . . motorcycles . . . skiing. Ski 1, 2, 3, 4. GREGORY JONES Princeton Road, Sterling “Get on the right track.” “Greg” . . . blue . . . roast beef . . . basketball . . . skiing. Baseball 1, Ftball. 3, 4, Reflections 4. ALAN MICHAEL KAUPPILA 120 Holden Road, Paxton WILLIAM DUNCAN KEAT 18 Birchwood Drive, Holden “The well of knowledge is deep; drink from it long and often — and with a big straw.” “Bill” . . . steak . . . green . . . Rod Serling . . . golf . . . table tennis . . . pool. French 4, F.N.H.S. 3, Hon. Roll 2, 3, Science Seminar 1, Golf 2, 3, 4. DON WILLIAM KARLSON 65 Pinecroft Ave., Holden “So I says to Mabel, Mabel I says . . t “Blondie” . . . Green . . . VW’S . . . blondes . . . Boone’s Farm. STEPHEN FRANCIS JOHNSON 302 Main Street, Holden “With the axe of pain and the sword of Glory, I will dine in the Elysian Field.” — Kundaha. “Jose” . . . roast beef . . . J.R.R. Tolkein . . . money . . . history . . . Benedict Arnold . . . mythology. Basketball Manager 2, 4. CHARLES KENT JOLLIFF 10 Damon Road, Holden “Run your race to win.” “Kent” . . . “K” . . . green . . . chittlins . . . history . . . basketball. H.R. Rep 2, 3, French 3, 4, Hon. Roll 3, Bsktball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Reflections 4 (co-ed), Yrbk. 4. “Lunch will stick with me forever.” Skiing. : msm a— SUSAN ELIZABETH KIDWELL 10 Monticello Drive, Paxton “You would know in words that which you have always known in thought.” “Skid Kid” . . . winter . . . twilight . . . green . . . Tolkien . . . Math. Glee 1, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Lib. 1, 2, 3, 4, Math 1, 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Chess 3, 4, Saints 3. STEVEN KIRK Maple Street, Sterling JOHN THEODORE KIRKPATRICK 22 Griffin Road, Sterling “Time is spent in the lunch room.” “Ted” . . . flies and other delectables . . . picking the wings out of my teeth. Hon. Roll 1, 2, 4, Soccer 3, 4, Intra. FI. Hockey 3, 4, Spanish I, 2, 3, 4. PAULA RAE KLINE 199 Pommogussett Road, Rutland “I believe in what I am, that’s why I am what you see.” Faded jeans . . . sunshine . . . outdoors . . . happiness . . . friends . . . music . . . frosting . . . parties . . . art . . . people. Art 2, 3, Ger. 1, Ski 1, 2, 3, Thesp. I, 2, 3, 3R. DAVID STUART KNOTT 349 Pleasant Street, Paxton “Don’t look back. Something may be gaining on you.” “Dave” . . . green . . . sports . . . vacations. Hon. Roll 1, 3, Ftball 1 (mgr.), Ski 1, 2, 3, 4. “Seldom heard but always there.” Blue . . . lobster . . . Alice Cooper . . . Jethro Tull . . . MacDonald’s . . . water skiing . . . snow skiing . . . baseball . . . swimming. Photo. 3, Ski 3. WALTER DAVID KOENIG Malden Street, Holden “To be rich in friends is to be poor in nothing.” Blue . . . skiing . . . basketball . . . art . . . music. WITOLD HENRY KLOCZKOWSKI North Cove Road, Sterling GAIL MARIE KOCH Sterling Jet., Princeton “Man with his understanding can’t know what the rain is saying or know what the breeze is saying to the flowers in the fields.” Dave . . . nature . . . Lad . . . Vermont . . . writing. MIA LEE KOS KI Reservoir Street, Holden “All experience is an arch where through gleams that untravelled world, whose margin fades when I move.” B.K. . . . “J.V. Mia” . . . green . . . seagull. Thesp., S.P.A., Sailing, N.H.S., Ski, Hon. Roll, Yrbk (co-ed.). ROLLAND MAURICE LAFOND Nelson Road, Sterling “The greatest of faults is to be conscious of none.” Green . . . motorcycles . . . cross country . . . working on cars . . . working on Mr. B’s E.D.M. McCann Tech: Spring, Winter Track 1 , 2 . JUDY MARGARET KRONOFF 24 Hilltop Ave., Holden “Read the numbers on your watch and ask: is being bom, being loved, and being dead nothing but numbers.” “Fish and flippers.” Ger. 2, Hon. Roll 1, 2. CHRISTINE ANNE LAFOND Nelson Road, Sterling “To live is to love, without love there is no life.” “Buckwheat” . . . “Christy” . . . blue . . . cheeseburgers . . . cars . . . people. Reflections. STEVEN RAYMOND KRUCZYNSKI Gates Road, Sterling “He prayeth best who loveth best all things both great and small.” “Steve” . . . “Mad-dog” . . . history . . . law . . . stamp collecting . . . trumpet . . . playing soccer . . . science fairs . . . table tennis. Band 1, 2, 3,4, F.N.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4. ROGER HAROLD LAMBERT Wauscljacum Ave., Sterling “People in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones, people in straw huts shouldn’t play with fire. So my advice to you is to live in a cave.” “Rogue” . . . stereos. Hon. Roll 1, 2, Latin 1, 2, Soccer 3, 4, FI. Hockey 3, 4. BETSY J. LANCIANI 641 Pleasant Street, Paxton “You only live once. Live for today; hope for tomorrow.” Blue . . . soccer . . . Paul . . . apples . . . living . . . camping. F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin 1, Thesp. 3, Track 3. SHELIA ANN LANCIANI Leominster Road, Sterling “It’s just a toke away.” Black . . . traveling . . . speeding Mrs. Kramer. F.H.A. 1, Span. 3. S5 JOYCE ANNE LANGEVIN 57 Marshall Street, Paxton “Is it so small a thing to have enjoyed the sun?” “Jo” . . . Michael . . . mountains . . . Maine . . . yellow . . . doughnuts . . . skiing. F.B.L.A. 3. 4, Ski 2, 4. ROBERT ALAN LAPIERRE 5 Cutler Road, Paxton “One should not let studying interfere with his education.” “Bob” . . . trucks . . . candy-apple red . . . skiing. Science Fair 2, Band 1, 2, Ski 1, 2, 3, 4. ANDREA JEAN LARSON 35 Wayland Circle, Holden “Winning isn’t everything; but losing isn’t anything.” “Andy” . . . black-hawk fan . . . green . . . blue . . . has a permanent case of horse fever . . . horse shows and fox-hunting . . . polo. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Reflections 4. STEVEN CARL LARSON 40 Sherwood Hill Drive, Holden “The cheerful man is king.” “Steve” . . . skiing . . . water . . . frisbee . . . music . . . station wagons . . . girls . . . baby blue . . water skiing . . . snow skiing. Photography 3, 4, Reflections 3, Monitor 2. JAMES C. LEESHA 121 Main Street, Rutland “It is a rough road that leads to the heights of greatness.” “Jimbo” . . . grit parties . . . good foods . . . sports . . . working on cars. V nn ■nsBHBBfll ETIENNE JEAN LEGUERN 44 Streeter Road, Paxton “For one to live a full life one must experience the good and the bad.” “Atoon Lagoon” . . . Assumption Prep . . . Mustang . . . Rutland . . . Coast Guard . . . grit. French 1, 2, 3, 4, Ftball 2, French Drama 1, Thesp. 3, Senior Play 4, Ski 1, 2, 3, 4, A.F.S. 3. NANCY JUNE LEHTINEN 292 Bailey Road, Holden “A life filled with laughter and love lacks little.” “Nanc” . . . green . . . Cham . . . Germany . . . cheese . . . horsemanship. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Hon. Roll 1, 3. Mi ■ , il a J - i nn | F -I HARRY LEMIEUX 406 Princeton Road, Holden 70 ■■I STEPHEN LEMON Charnock Road, Sterling EARL LINDQUIST 85 Main Street, Holden SHARMAN LENGAS 839 Main Street, Holden “If I keep a green bough in my heart the singing bird will come.” “Sharm” . . . seasons . . . ocean. Hon. Roll 1, 2, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Ski 4, Span. 1, 2, 3, 4, Span. N.H.S. 2, 3 (treas.), 4 (sec.), Yrbk., Bsktball 1, Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. SUSAN ELLEN LINDBERG 98 Beechwood Road, Holden “In the noisy confusion of life, keep peace with your soul.” “Liz” . . . sunshine . . . life . . . peace . . . free. H.R. Rep. 4, Hon. Roll 1,2, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Yrbk. 4. DIANE C. LINDQUIST 80 Suomi Street, Paxton “Don’t let anyone put you down. Just be what you want to be.” “Fred” . . . blue . . . Colorado . . . traveling . . . Mrs. Kramer . . . Gross National Productions . . . music. Hon. Roll 1, Office 2. ROBERT A. LINDQUIST, JR. 101 Suomi Street, Paxton “Just to remember the good time is all I need.” “Bob” . . . water skiing. Gym Ldr., Ftball 1, 2, 3, 4, Bsktball 1, 2 . ROY DAVID LINDQUIST 182 Princeton Street, Jefferson “A native of the blue-white light.” Lights . . . colors . . . beauty . . . music . . . spirit. Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3. TYRA LINDQUIST 53 Kendall Road, Jefferson PETER LINDSTROM 24 Centerwood Drive, Holden KEVIN THOMAS LONGDEN 35 Laurelwood Road, Holden “And none shall be more the wiser.” Rock n’ roll ... old movies . . . performing . . . guitar ... the group . . . piano. Chorus 3, Folk Music 3, 4, French 3, Ski 3, Assumption Prep. 1, 2, Tennis 1, 2, Swim Team 1. CYNTHIA MAE LOCKE East County Road, Rutland “Cindy” . . . Mark . . . hamburgers . . . gingerale . . . bookkeeping class . . . sewing. F.H.A. 2. KATHY ANN LOVE 72 Richards Ave., Paxton “Let’s go down the nurse.” Mr. White . . . the junior basement activity period . . . penny candy. S.P.A. 3, Thesp. 3, Pompom Girl 1. “Life is a series of surprises and would not be worth taking or giving if it were not.” “Nal” . . . Harlan ... red Mustang . . . french fries . . . huntin’ . . . working at the bank. Future Nurses 3, Office 4. NANCY ANN LOGEE 75 Pleasant Street, Paxton PAUL ROBERT LIZOTTE East Park Road, Sterling “Life the only way is from day to day.” “P.P.” . . . radios . . . astronomy . . . skiing . . . intramurals.. . . poetry. French 1, Cross Country 1, Bsktball 2, 3, 4. HHUHjl RICHARD MICHAEL LOWE Avery Heights Drive, Holden “You might not always be able to get what you want, so get what you can.” “Rich” . . . blue . . . Friday nights . . . skiing . . . tennis . . . motorcycles. Hon. Roll 2, Bsktball 2, Ski 2. ANNE MARIE LOFTUS 52 Harrington Drive, Holden “It is not I who speaks but life within me who has so much to say.” Football games . . . smiles . . . cheering. Ftball Cheerleader 3, 4 (Capt.), Hon. Roll 2, 3, Thesp. 2, Yrbk., Marian H.S. 1, Dramatics 1. ' " ' V ' T ’ PATRICIA LOUISE LUNDELL 56 Montana Drive, Holden “Be life long or short its completeness depends on how it was lived.” “Pat” . . . Rockport . . . pomegranates . . . tennis . . . skiing . . . living . . . ocean. A.F.S. 3, Hon. Roll 1, 2, Ski 4, Span. 3. m DIANE RITCHIE LYONS E. Princeton Road, Princeton “I take my fun where I find it.” “Ralph” . . . skiing . . . blue . . . “the Jem” . . . guitar playing. Band 1, 2, 3, Glee 1, 2, 3, Folk Music 4, French 2, Ski 4, Monitor 3, Science Fair 3. NICHOLAS JOSEPH LUKSHA Twine Road, Sterling Jet. “Any nose may ravage with impunity a rose.” “Nick” . . . girls . . . cars . . . spaghetti . . . cars . . . plumbing. MICHAEL CARL LUTZ Laurelwood Road, Rutland “Oft a little morning rain foretells a pleasant day.” “Lutzie” . . . chile . . . banana cake . . . apple juice ... my girl . . hunting . . . dating . . . sports. Baseball 2, Band 4. ANNE FRANCIS McCARTHY 3 Sawyer Lane, Holden “I know where I’m going and I know who’s going with me.” Arguing . . . activity . . . summer ’69 . . . bikes. Ftball Cheerleader 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Span. 1, S.N.H.S. 2, 3 (V.P.), 4 (pres.), Thesp. 2, 3 (V.P.), Yearbook 4, Christmas Play 2. RUTH STEPHANIE McCURDY 7 Holden Road, Paxton “Prove all things; hold fast that which is good.” Swimming. French 1, 3, F.N.H.S. 2, Ger. 3, Hon. Roll 2, 3. CHRISTINE McGANN Leominster Road, E. Princeton CHERYL ANN McGOUGH Chace Hill Road, Sterling “When the power of love can overcome the love for power, then we shall have eternal peace.” “Che” . . . Danny . . . pizza . . . yogurt . . . flowers . . . peanut butter . . . trees . . . volkswagens. Concert Choir 3, Glee 3. M -I 73 WILLIAM GRAY MacKENZIE 318 Chapel St., Holden “Life is a disease of Matter.” Firesign . . . Erythrocytes . . . Roni . . . wwgls. French 1, 2, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 4, Spring Track 1, 2, 4, Reflections (co-editor), Yrbook 4, Science Sem. 2, 3, 4, H R. Rep. 1, 4. MARK JUDE McKENNA Worcester Rd., Sterling Fud’s 1st law of opposition, “If you push something hard enough it will fall over.” J.V. Ice Hockey 1, 2. scott b. McKenzie 5 Wildwood, Holden “The mind has a thousand eyes and the heart but one.” Orion . . . bowling . . . skiing ... all sports. Hon. Roll 1, 3, Radio Club 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3. JOHN FRANCIS McMAHON 1 Knollwood Rd., Paxton “Jack” . . . skating. Cross Country 1, J.V. Hockey 1, J.V. Baseball 2. MARGARET ELAINE MACKAY 22 Wyndhurst Dr., Holden “Peg” . . . pink mints . . . green . . . my field goggles . . . skiing. Class Cabinet 3, Ski Club 1. ALISON LEE MACOMBER Cook St., Holden “Today is that tomorrow you worried about yesterday.” “Al” . . .CCR (7 16 71) . . . HNH ... ’63 Mercury . . . Comet . . . my albums . . . waterskiing. French Club 1, Hon. Roll 2, 3, 4, Girls’ Track 1, 2, Reflections 3, 4 (editor), Thesp. Club 2, Science Fair 1. DENNIS RAYMOND MacCALLUM Intervale Rd., Rutland “Nothing can be done except by inspiration.” “Den, Den” . . . canoeing . . . fishing . . . bicycling (9 3 71). Spr. Track 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, ' Glee 1, 2. MICHAEL KEVIN McMANUS 163 Main St., Rutland “If you succeed the first time, that’s progress.” “Mike” . . . Bud . . . Pud. H.R. Rep. 2, Ski Club 1, 2. TIMOTHY C. MANNINEN 11 Boynton Pkwy., Paxton “Quiet ones are those who gain the most.” “Tim” . . . gusto . . . blue . . . snake Band 1, 2, 3, Reflections 4. PATRICIA ANNE MANTHA Barre-Paxton Road, Rutland “Pat ’ . . . hamburgers . . . purple . . . vettes . . . winter . . . beach . . . mountains . . . snowmobiling. Reflections 2, Bus. 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Field Hockey 1, 2. STEPHEN MANTHA Barre-Paxton Road, Rutland PETER JOSEPH MANZI 311 Pleasant Street, Paxton Honor Roll 1, 3, Ski 1, 3. ELIZABETH ANN MAENPAA Putnam Road, Holden “The world is composed of takers and givers. The takers may eat better, but the givers sleep better.” “Beth” . . . my red Volkswagen . . . Paul . . . navy blue . . . gum . . . pistachio nuts. Hon. Roll 2, 3. “Honesty is as rare as a man without self pity.” Farmington High: Baseball 1, Parkland High: Baseball 2, 3. RICHARD LEE MAILHOT 1 Nancy Drive, Rutland “Guns are left to do what words might have done earlier, properly used.” “Rick” . . . selling critiques . . . camping . . . being sarcastic. Ger. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hon. Roll 2. MARK MALKASIAN 119 West Street, Paxton JOHN ARTHUR MACLENNAN Lake Shore Drive, Sterling wmmmt M T " ram DONNA JEAN MARTIN 27 Birchwood Road, Rutland “Monday is a rotten way to spend a seventh of your life.” “Kiotio” . . . horseback riding . . . lobster . . . parties. Field Hockey 1, Ski 1, 2. BETH ANN MAYNARD 18 Deane Avenue, Holden “Happy is the man that feareth always; But he that hardeneth his heart shall fall into mischief.” Chestnuts . . . leather . . . brown . guitar playing. Glee 1, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Library 3, 4. PAMELA JUNE MARTIN 15 Crestwood Road, Paxton “Where do those golden rainbows end?” “Pam” . . . MARK II of W.A- red roses . . . “Tapestry.” Bus. 3, 4, Mountainettes 1, Ski 3, 4, Span. 1, 2, SPA. 3, 4, Thesp. 2, 3, 4, 3R. MARY JOYCE MEDLINSKAS 9 Forest Hill Drive, Rutland “If you smile at me, I’ll understand, because that’s something everybody does in the same language.” Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young . . . yellow . . . waterskiing. French 1, 2, F.T.A. 3, 4, Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Bsktball 2, A.F.S. 4. GUSTAV E. MATTSON JR. Greenland Road, Sterling F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll 2. DIANA RUTH MENZEL 1218 Main Street, Holden “Every man must walk in the garden of his soul — alone.” A.F.S. 4, Band 1, 2, French 1, 2, 3, 4, F.N.H.S. 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Reflections 2, 3, 4, Quilt 3, 4, Yearbook 4. SANDRA JEAN MATTSON 469 Shrewsbury Street, Holden “Stay true to yourself and all things will come easily.” “Sandy” . . . horseback riding . . . H.D.H. . . . turquoise . . . yellow roses . . . nursing . . . Cape Cod. Reflections 3, Ski 3, 4, 3R 4, Girls Track 2, Mountainettes 1. ALAN EDWARD MICHALCZYK Hubbardston Road, Princeton “Man’s hope lies in himself.” “Al” . . . Cape Cod . . . paydays . . . fall . . . waterskiing . . . riding motorcycles. Honor Roll 3. JANET MIDWOOD 41 Greenwood Parkway, Holden “I have no time to hate, how do other people find the time?” “Mugger” . . . red . . . Judas . . . Scorpion . . . black . . . field hockey. Glee 2, Folk Music 4, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 4. ■m STEVEN PAUL MILLER 150 Nola Drive, Holden “I am a stranger in a strange land.” Brown . . . hard rock . . . “Mothers” . . . fishing . . . hunting. Linwood Jr. High 1: Soccer 1, Basketball 1. DAVID ROBERT MILLSPAUGH 30 Avery Hgts. Drive, Holden “Why should the devil have all the good times?” “Dave” . . . Debbie . . . blue . . . summer . . . winter . . . spring . . . fall . . . good music . . . motorcycles . . . swimming . . . basketball. Basktball 1, 2, 3. CHRISTOPHER EDWARD MONAGHAN 73 Bullard Street, Holden “Live for today and the hell with tomorrow.” “Chris” . . . blue . . . food . . . “Apples” . . . swimming. Cross Country 3, 4, Winter Track 3, 4, Spring Track 2, 3, 4. MELINDA JEAN MOORE 92 Richards Ave., Paxton Jess and Luke . . . eggfoo yung . . . music . . . concerts . . . cheering . . . tennis. Cheerleader (bsktball) 2, Ftball 3, 4, Class Secretary 1, 2, French 1, 2, 3,4, F.N.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, F. Hockey 2, Pom-pom 1, N.H.S. 3, 4, Ski 1, 2, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Spring Mus. 1, Science Seminar 1. MICHAEL FRANCIS MOORE 45 Asnebumskit Road, Paxton “Too often have the fruits of the labors of great men, turned into spoils of victors.” Jo . . . Firesign . . . blue . . . oogles. French 1, 3, Hon. Roll 1, 2, N.H.S. 3, 4, Yrbk. 4, Science Fair 2, 3. DAVID RUSSELL MILLER Clinton Road, Sterling “Mil” . . . blue . . . baseball . . . girls. Gym Leader 3, 4, Span. 2. PAMELA ANN MILLS 209 Princeton Street, Jefferson “Tomorrow see the things that never come today.” Sunshine . . . rainbows . . . weekends. Football Cheerleader 4, Class Cabinet 3, 4, Quilt 4, Marion High School. ROBERT JOSEPH MOOSSA Malden Street, Holden “A life of ease is a difficult pursuit.” “Moose” . . . girls . . . nature . . . fall . . . photography. Photo. 2, 3, 4 (pres.), Reflections 3, 4, Quilt 3, 4, Yrbk., Ftball Photo., School Photographer. TIMOTHY PATRICK MORAN Park Street, Holden Football. Ftball 1, 2, 3, 4, Bsktball 1, Hockey 2. WILLIAM MORAN 15 Highland Park Road, Rutland “Teachers should relate and NOT teach.” Latin 1, 2, Thesp. 4, Chess 1, 4. DIANE MARIE MORRIS 152 South Main Street. Holden ‘ It is better to live your life than to just be alive.” “Di” . . . baseball . . . July . . . bubblegum . . . hockey ... art . . bicycling . . . tennis. Mountainettes 2, 3, Art 3. REBECCA ANN MOSHER 4 School Street, Sterling “It’s not what you’re doing, but what you’re caught doing.” “Becky” . . . “Ram” ... “I bid one” . . . blue ... ski dooing . . . hockey games . . . Village Pharmacy . . . teacher . . . musters . . . skiing. Band 1, 2, French 2, Ski 4, Monitor 3, Science Fair 1, 2, 3. GAIL MARIE MUNGER 65 Marshall Street, Paxton “Be not cynical about love, for in the face of all aridity and disenchantment it is perennial as the grass.” Blue . . . snow . . . hockey . . . horses . . . skiing. F.N.A. 3, 4, Ski 2, 4. JOHN CHRISTOPHER MURPHY 23 Crestview Drive, Holden “I love mankind. It’s people I can’t stand.” “Murph” . . . blue . . . females. Library 1, 2, Track 1, Ftball 4. WILLIAM MORTELL 11 Glen Ellen Road, Paxton MARIE CHRISTINE NADEAU 40 Surrey Lane, Holden “Conserve en ton couer, La flamme qui ne peut s’eteindre, Et la fleur qui ne peut mourir.” A.F.S. 2, 3 (treas.), 4 (chairman), French 1, 2, 3, 4 (pres.), F.N.H.S. 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Quilt 2, 3, 4 (ed.), Yearbook. KAREN ELAINE OBERG 93 Lovell Road, Holden “Life is a great bundle of little things.” “Minnie” . . . light blue . . . roast beef . . . Mustangs . . . writing . . . swimming. Glee 3, Concert Choir 3, F.H.A. 3, 4, Office Work 3, 4, Honor Roll 3. JOHN OCCHIALINI 188 Princeton Street, Jefferson JOHN JOSEPH O’CONNOR 2 Greenbriar Lane, Holden “There is no cure for birth and death save for the interval.” “John” . . . bikes . . . swimming . . . sunrise at the ocean . . . camping. Biology 2, 3, H.R. Rep. 2, 3, 4, Ger. 2, 3, 4 (v.p.), D.G. 3, 4, Indian Hills High: Fencing 1. DEBORAH ANNE OLIVER Pommogussett Road, Rutland “Live for today but plan for tomorrow.” “Deb” . . . french Lies. Glee 1, 2, 3, Hon. R ' ll 3, Thesp. 2, 4. “Keep smiling — it makes everyone wonder what you’ve been up to.” Blue . . . clams . . . L.C. . . . waterskiing . . . bowling. NANCY ELEANOR NELSON 124 Richards Ave., Paxton “And build ye a monument to that spirit which is yours.” “Heidi” . . . “J.V. Nancy” . . . sunshine . . . summer . . . mountains . . . sailing . . . snow and water skiing. Bsktball Cheerleader 3, Mountainettes 1, Sailing 3, 4, Ski 4, Span, (v.p.) 3, 4, Thesp. 3, Yrbk 4, D.G. 3, 4, Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, A.F.S. 3. VERNE STUART MURRAY Upper North Row Road, Sterling JOSEPH L. NAGLE Bullard Street, Holden “Live for today and the hell with tomorrow.” “Joe” . . . Linda . . . deep blue . . . fried clams . . . VW’s . . . Vettes. South High: Ftball 1. X» ; v » JOHN OVERBEEKE 75 Richards Ave., Paxton “Goodness is the only investment that never fails.” “Beak” . . . Linda . . . blue . . . flying . . . snowmobiling. Ger. 1, 2, Ski 1. RONALD PAUL PACKARD 256 Reservoir Street, Holden “One way to get the most out of life is to look upon it as an adventure.” “Ron” . . . animals . . . riding . . . motorcycles. Spanish 1. BARRY TRUE PALMER Laurellwood Road, Sterling “The great instrument of moral good is the imagination.” Blue . . . girls . . . roast beef grinders . . . sports . . . music . . . cars . . . skiing. Gym leader 3, 4. DANIEL G. OUELLETTE 119 Meadow Wood Drive, Holden “Steep thyself in a bowl of summertime.” “Dan” Ski Club 3. STEVEN VINCENT PANDISCIO Clemence Ave., Sterling “I shall either find a way or make one.” Lasagna . . . lobster . . . orange . . . music . . . skiing . . . parties. Bio. 2, Ski 3, Span. 1. WILLIAM PAQUETTE 103 Princeton Street, Jefferson aNN LEE PARKINSON Clinton Road, Sterling “Does the song of the sea end at the shore or in the hearts of those who listen to it?” “Annie Lee” . . . In Watermelon Sugar . . . Gr.Ass . . . red . . . wilderness . . . reading . . . hiking . . . writing. Hon. Roll 1,2, Bsktball 1, 2, 3, S.N.H.S. 2, 3, Yearbook 4. JOY NOURSE PATTEN Jewett Road, Sterling Jet. “The main thing in life is not to be afraid to be human.” Sports . . . sunny days . . . blue skies . . . the ocean . . . fall. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, French 1,2, 3, F.N.H.S. 2, 3, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, F. Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Bsktball 1, 2, N.H.S. 3, 4, Sail 3, 4, Yrbk 4, Saints 1. 80 DEAN BRADLEY PECK 46 Plymouth Road, Holden “Within you there is a stillness in which you can be yourself.” “Brad” . . . pumpkin pie . . . green . . . D.J.D.P. . . . sailing . . . football. H.R. Rep. 1, 2, French 2, 4, Hon. Rol l 2, 3, 4, Football 1,2, 3, 4 (co-capt.), Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4 (president), Ski 1, 2, 3, Harvard Book Award 3. RHONDA DIANE PERKINS Route 140, Sterling “Happiness is being loved.” “Ronna” . . . potatoes . . . Tim . . . blue. Bus. 3,4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4, Bsktball 1, Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. DIANE LEE PEARSON 233 Chapel Street, Holden “Happiness and love are the key to life.” “DeeDee” . . . steak ... It. blue . . . people . . . seashore . . . traveling . . . horseback riding . . . water skiing . . . winter activities. F.H.A. 4, Spanish 1, 2. k DIANE MARIA PERRONE 535 Pleasant Street, Paxton “ He who finds wisdom, whose faith is his life, soon finds the Peace Supreme ...” Music . . . literature . . . philosophy . . . art . . . essence . . . learning ... ad infinitum. Chorus 1, 2, French 1, 2, Hon. Roll 1, 3,4, S.D.S.D. 3, Thesp. 1, 2, 3, Saints 3, 4, Spring 1, 2, 3, 4. JOAN ELIZABETH PERRY II Crestwood Road, Paxton “No man was ever great by imitation.” Blue . . . “The Farm” . . . skiing . . . music . . . flowers . . . animals . . . mittens. A.F.S. 4, F.N.A. 3, French 1, 2, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Lat. 2, Reflections 4, Ski 4, Yearbook 4, 3R. RONALD M. PERRY 270 Richards Ave., Paxton “Happiness is love, freedom and the outdoors.” “Rinny” . . . food . . . horses . . . motorcycles . . . snowmobiles . . . sports . . . friends . . . skiing. Cr. Country 1, 2, 3, Spr. Track, 1, 4, Wrestling 1, Ski 1,2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 3, Thesp. 4, Worcester Academy 1, Rifle Club 1. DEBORAH BACHELLOR PETTEE 51 Shrewsbury Street, Holden “What a letdown.” “Emilio” . . . pastromi . . . P-town 7 31 71 ... the beach. A.F.S. 3, Bio. 2, Span. 1, 2, Thesp. 3, Art 3, 4. DANIEL GLIDDEN PIERCE 1028 Pleasant Street, Paxton “There is no quiet place.” “Dan” . . . “Bulldozer” . . . blue . . . fried clams . . . quiet . . . FFA . . . cattle judging. Class Cab. 4, Reflections 4, FFA 1, Greenhand 2, Chapter Farmer 3, State Farmer 4, Chapter President. ELLEN MARIE PLUCINSKI 50 Homestead Road, Holden “Thought is deeper than all speech, feeling deeper than all thought.” “Plu” . . . Polish jokes . . . Truro . . . 10 2 71 . . . skiing . . . traveling . . . long walks . . . ASIJ . . . ramon. A.F.S. 2, 3, 4, French 1, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski 4, S.N.H.S. 4, Thesp. 3, 4, Yrbk 4 (co-ed). Span. 3, 4. CHARLES PROBERT Beaman Road, Sterling “I’ll cross that bridge when I get to it.” “Charlie” . . . blue . . . MacDonald’s Big Mack . . . football . . . french fries . . . water skiing. Biology 2. SHARON JAYNE PRUE 389 Reservoir Street, Holden “And the light shineth in the darkness, and the darkness apprehended it not.” Bach . . . Beethoven . . . sneakers . . . flute. Band 4, F.F.A. 4, F.H.A. 1, French 1, 2, Hon. Roll 1, 2, Spring Track 1, Poetry 1. KAREN BETTLEY PLAINTE Newell Road, Holden GARY CHARLES PUTNAM 25 Meadow Wood Drive, Holden “And then there was the door to which I found no key.” People . . . icicles . . . snow . . . skiing . . . swimming . . . sailing . . Nathan Hale — Ray H.S. French 1, 2, Ski 1,2, 3, 4, Span. 3, 4 Thesp. 2, 3, 4. A.F.S. 3, 4 (v. pres.), Yearbook 4, Shakespearean Drama (sec.) 4. Life is beautiful if you live it to the fullest.” “Put” . . . yellow . . . corvette . . . skiing. MYLES QUAIL South Nelson Road, Sterling ANTHONY JOSEPH QUEENEY 130 Maple Ave., Rutland “We’ll cross that bridge when we get there.” “Ton” . . . “Screamer” . . . W.S. . . . hockey games . . . hamburg pizza . . . “Chumsly” ... ice cubes . . . sports . . . thinking . . . horseback riding. Gym Leader 4 Hon. Roll 2, Bsktball 1, Hockey 2, Ski 2. ROBERT GUNNOR QUIST 2 Kenwood Road, Holden “Choose your dreams, be free and don’t let life get you down.” “Bob” . . . purple . . . Lynn . . . VW’s . . . seafood . . . skiing. H.R. Rep. 3, German 3. DONALD R. RABOIN 31 Brookside Drive, Jefferson “Justice is truth in action.” “Don” ... ’69 Chevelles . . . green . . . bowling . . . motorcycling. Chess 1, Monitor 2. CANDACE NANCY RICE Main Street, East Princeton “Consider not pleasures as they come but as they go.” “Candy” . . . trees . . . B.P.S. . . . skiing. French 1, Field Hockey 1, Poetry 1. SANTHA SUSAN RATHNAM Mountain Road, Princeton “Though she is quiet, her happiness is seen by others.” “Sam” . . . cello . . . earth . . . fire . . . water . . . music. H.R. Rep. 4, Glee 2, Concert Choir 3, A Capella Choir 3, Poetry 1, Reflections 4, Quilt 4, French 4. AMY A. RIGROD 164 Beechwood Road, Holden “To exist is to walk in a world of gloom — to live is to love.” People . . . life . . . living . . . Long Island . . . The Camp . . . Fred and Tequila. PAMELA LOUISE REARDON Shady Lane, Sterling “Murmurs ran along the valley like the Banshee’s lonely croon and a thousand pikes were flashing by the Rising Of The Moon.” “Pam” . . . Basset Hounds . . . Fish N’ Chips . . . drawing. Reflections 4, Quilt 4, Yrbk 4, Art 3, 4. JOLENE E. RIO 63 Maple Ave., Rutland “I don’t want to go; keep it up.” ‘Jo” . . . green . . . drums . . . bikes . . . hockey . . . Beatles . . . people . . . lilacs . . . darkness . . . Hampton . . . dark clear nights sitting under the stars. Art 3. BRUCE D. RELLSTAB East Park Road, Sterling “Life is what you make of it.’ “Rell” . . . brown . . . clams . pizza . . . Ten Years After . . . baseball . . . swimming . . . basketball. REBECCA ROBERTS Oakdale Road, Sterling “Whenever I see people sitting down, I suddenly get very tired.” “Becky” . . . blue. Hon. Roll 3, Office Work 2 LYNN ANN ROBINSON Upper North Row Road, Sterling “The heart has its reasons which reason does not know.” Blue . . . gold . . . lobster . . . horseback riding. F.H.A. 1, French 1, 2, 3. SUSANNE RUBENSTEIN 157 Holden Street, Holden “I have come as far away as means and mind will take me.” Poetry . . . McKuen . . . rainy days . . . sheepdogs ... the sea .. . M.P.C. Stud. Coun. 1, 2, 3, 4 (sec.), French 1, 2, 3, 4, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Quilt 3, 4, Reflections 1, 2, S.P.A. 3, Yearbook. LINDA LOUISE ROLLINS 2 Oregon Trail, Holden “Love is a very deep emotion.” Breezy hill . . . Vermont . . . shrimp. Ftball Cheerleader 3, 4, H.R. Rep. 1, 2, 3, French 1, 2, 3, 4, F.N.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Hon. Roll 1,2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Reflections 1, 2, Yearbook. RAYMOND RUGG 20 Maple Street, Sterling SHEILA SUSAN ROSELUND 42 Streeter Road, Paxton “All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream.” “Sue” . . . Lance . . . purple . . . music . . the beach . . . water skiing. Bus. 3, Hon. Roll 1. MARK RAYMOND RUSSELL 54 Plymouth Road, Holden “Doze” Basketball 2, 3. DOUGLAS MIRICK ROWELL 42 Holt Road, Holden “Where is the yesterday that worried us so?” “Doug” . . music . . . navy blue . . . skiing. Band 1, 2, 3, Glee 1, 2 (pres.), Chorus 1,2,3, Ger. 2, Hon. Roll 1,2,3, N.H.S. 3, 4, Ski 2, 3, Thesp. 4, Spring Play 2, 3, 4. JAMES F. RYAN 46 Camp Street, Paxton “The secret of success is consistancy to purpose.” Ski Club, Basketball 1. GARY SANGENARIO Newell Hill Road, Sterling DENISE SANMARTINO Clinton Road, Sterling “Fate makes our relatives. Choice makes our friends.” “ 18” . . . poetry . . . cheeseburgers and mocha frappe . . . swimming at night. F.H.A. 1, 2, Office Work 3. DAVID JOSEPH SANTOM 5 Fairchild Drive, Holden “The road to triumph is in the first syllable try.” “Grid” . . . “Hat Trick” . . . green . . . Boston Garden . . . machine . . . barbecued spare ribs . . . hockey . . . engineering . . . gclfing. N.H.S. 3, 4, Hon. Roll 1, 2, Ftball 1, Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 (co-capt). CAROLE LYNN SAMPSON 31 Pinecroft Ave., Holden “Liberation comes when we stop doing it for the bread and do what we always wanted to do as children — be free.” “Sam” . . . yellow . . . Hampton . . . Pinecroft . . . riding . . . guitar. Hon. Roll 3, 4, Mountainettes 1, Thesp. 3, Art 3. CRAIG MARTIN SANTORO Malden Street, Holden “Don’t blame the world for your problems, blame yourself.” “Barney” . . . “Crug” . . . Jan . . . Chris . . . Sue . . . Patty . . . Pam . . . cars and girls . . . listening to music in cars with girls. STEVE ROBERT RYNNE Main Street, Sterling “The way to be happy is to make others happy.” “Rynne” . . . red . . . purple . . . Alice Cooper . . . Jethro Tull . . . Turkey . . . “Smack” . . . water skiing . . . basketball . . . football GLENN ROBERT SAFFORD Redstone Hill Road, Sterling “Fun is like life insurance; the older you get, the more it costs.” “Roberto” . . . girls . . . football . . . hockey. Honor Roll 3. SANDRA THERESA SACKETT Cutler Road, Jefferson “Alone we find solitude, together we find love.” “Sandy” . . . red . . . Ham . . . cooking . . . drawing . . . writing . . . baseball . . . children . . . sewing. Glee 2, Chorus 2, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, Honor Roll 3, Office Work 4 . HARRY SARGENT Ford’s Road, Sterling “One Way, Jesus Christ.” “Hippy” . . . “Jesus Christ” ... The Bible . . . people . . . trucks . . . religion . . . Bob’s VW . . . hockey games . . . snowmobiles . . . supervising the opposite sex. KEVIN R. SARGENT Redstone Hill Road, Sterling “Only an honest friend is a true friend.” “Kev” . . . girls . . . green . . . pizza . . . seafood . . . skiing . . . bowling. Ski Club 2, 3, 4. DEBRA M. SHEA 32 Juniper Lane, Holden “It’s alright to build castles in the air as long as you put foundations under them.” “Marilyn” . . . “M.W.” . . . purple . . . Friday’s “fish” . . . going to parties! French 1, 2, Thesp. 1, 2, 3, Art 3, 3R (Nurse). RAYMOND JACQUES SAVIGNAC 15 Streeter Road, Paxton “Now look!!!” “Rusty” . . . “Saverlak” . . . Joanne . . . stereo. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, French 3, 4, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, Assumption Prep. CAROL ANN SCOTT 385 Pleasantdale Road, Rutland Red . . . sailing . . . G.E.M.’s . . computers. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Sail 3, 4, Chess 1, Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 3 R 4, Sailing Team 3, 4. LOUISE EVELYN SEGER 2312 Main Street, Holden “Nothing is wasted that makes a memory.” Scallops . . . cats . . . VW’s . . . blue. General Office 2, 3, 4. JILL W. SENTER R.F.D. Lancaster, Sterling “Keep smiling and you will always be happy.” Swimming . . . blue . . . steak . . . loud music . . . bowling. “Today is the first day of the rest of your life.” “Carol” . . . blue . . . tennis. H.R. Rep. 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, Hon. 3, F.T.A. 3, 4 (pres.), Field Hockey 2, Reflections 4, Quilt 4. KENNETH ELSNER SCOTT, JR. 30 Brentwood Drive, Holden PEGGY LOU SMITH 3 Davis Way, Holden “We may change with the seasons but the seasons will not change us.” “Peg” . . . concerts ... Tul l .. . Samantha . . . Boston . . . sunsets. A.F.S. 3, F.H.A. 2, Gym Ldr. 2, Fid. Hockey 1. WENDY JANE SJOGREN 3 Talbot Street, Holden . . and so many people in so many ways, are different, only I, myself can be me.” “Wen” . . . T.Q_hockey games . . . hamburg-pizza . . . jeeprides . . . “Chumsly” . . . Rambler . . . “freezly-beezly” . . . horseback riding. 3R 4. PATRICIA ANN SPENCER Clinton Road, Sterling “It is not how you love, who you love, but that you love.” “Spence” . . . “Gumdrop” . . . pistachio nuts . . . blue . . . walking. F.H.A. 1, 2, Hon. Roll 1. ' ROBERT WILLIAM SPINDLER 45 Glenwood Road, Rutland “What can I say, Duke?” “Robbie” . . . orange . . . lobster . . . VW . . . Santana . . . skiing . . . playing guitar. Ski 1. WENDY MAUREEN STAFFORD 30 Fredrickson Ave., Holden “It is difficult to keep quiet if you have nothing to do.” Music . . . purple . . . basketball . . . teacher . . . sports. Hon. Roll 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Span. 1, 2, Var. 4, 3R, Office Work 2, 3, 4. GRETCHEN LOISEL SHELTON P. O. Box 4, Tolaga Bay, New Zealand APRIL RUTH SMITH 226 Brattle Street, Holden “Trust is that prompting within you.” Blue . . . music . . . “POOH” . . . traveling . . . swimming . . . skating . . . parties. French 2. “Don’t let it get you down.” “Gretch” . . . travel ... ice cream . . . CYC . . . dancing. AFS 4, Chorus 4. PAUL STEVENS SMITH 66 Beechwood Road, Holden “Every time I see people sitting down, I get tired.” “Paul” . . . red . . . Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young . . . Martin and Aria guitars ... the band . . . skiing . . . art . . . music. Movie 1, 2, 3, Spring Play. RUTH STARENAS Cranbrook Drive, Holden “— hit a stretch of rapids in the rushing, ragin’ river — ” Bicycling . . . Nietsche . . . my guitar . . . my bird. Folk Music 2, 3 (treas.), Ger. 1, 3, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, Science Sem. 1, Thesp. 1, 2. ROBERT EUGENE STAUB Bouttelle Road, Sterling “You don’t know what you had til you’ve lost it.” “Bob” . . . “Rusty” . . . Chargers . . . cycles . . . girls . . . food . . . track . . . blonds + brunettes. Cr. Country 3, 4, Winter Track 3, 4, Spring Track 3, 4, Movie 3, 4. DANA COLE STEADMAN 98 Jamieson Road, Holden “Think snow.” Blue . . . skiing . . . soccer. Chess Club 1. CHERYL ANN STEVENS 1355 Main Street, Holden “Talking is the spice of life.” “Che” . . . “Steeves” . . . cars . . . motorcycles ... ice hockey. Spanish 4. PETER EDWIN STODDARD 20 Frederickson Ave., Holden “The road goes ever on and on ... ” “Pete” . . . purple . . . folk music . . mandolin . . . baked haddock . . . motorcycles. Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin 1, 2, 3 (Exec. Brd.), Senior Play, Science Sem. 1, 2, 3, 4. BRADFORD PAUL STOWELL River Street, Holden “The only gift is a portion of thyself.” “Brad” . . . Cinnamon Candy . . . fields . . . anything but not everything. LARRY P. STORM 69 Maple Ave., Rutland Latin 1, 2, 3, 4, Mathletes 1,2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Chess 1, 2, 3. KATHLEEN ANN STOLGITIS Hilltop Drive, Sterling Jet. “Every person knows deep down the truth about his own actions and his own thoughts.” “Stogie” . . . “Kathy” . . . Dan. F.H.A. 1. 88 LISA DEIRDRE SUND 14 Oakridge Road, Holden LAURIE ANN SUSHCHYK Princeton Road, Sterling “Lonely is the man who never finds a dream.” Tehran International . . . Iran . . . Myrtle beach, (S.C.) . . . Chateau Brillantmont . . . sand dunes . . . Georgia . . . bubble gum . . . Switzerland. Ski 3, Thesp. 3, Horse Club 1, 2. “When we’ve finally learned to love, who’ll teach us how to hate again?” The Ridge . . . green . . . Me. (Maine) . . . leather . . . hostelling . . . skiing. H.R. Rep 1, French 1, 2, Hon. Roll 1 2, 3, 4, Bsktball 1, 2, Sail 3, 4, Ski 4, Yearbook. SUSAN JANET SUNDQUIST 456 Shrewsbury Street, Holden KATHLEEN ANN SWEENEY 8 Edgewood Drive, Holden “. . . But singing works just fine for me. “Sunny” . . .jelly beans . . . purple . . . hockey . . . guitar . . . Kris . . . “Sweet Baby James.” H.R. Rep. 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Hon. Roll 2, 4, Folk Music 2, 3, 4 (pres.). Poetry 1, P.B.F.A. 3, 4, Bsktball 2, D.G.3, 4. i Yearbook 4, ErenpW 1, 2r4V K-y I “Catch-22” “Kath” . . .jelly beans . . . Joe Willie’s 6th period study . . . fall . . . music . . . sunshine . . . Comets. F.T.A. 3, 4, Folk Music 2, 3, 4, French I, 2, 3, Yearbook 4, 3R 4, P.B.F.A., J. B.F.A. LINDA DENISE SWEENEY 123 Main Street, Rutland GARY PAUL SUNDSTROM 6 Richards Ave., Paxton “It is better to love one man a lot than to love lots of men a little.” “Sweeney” . . . mashed potatoes . . . vettes . . . maroon . . . Rod Stewart . . . beach . . . having fun! Latin 1, 2, Span. 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, S.N.H.S. 4. “Don’t do something just to be cool do it because you want to.” Blue . . . meeting people . . . going places . . . living . . . music. French 1. CATHERINE R. SWISHER Worcester Road, Sterling Jet. PHILIP WAYNE SUOMU 96 Pleasant Street, Paxton “I’m not lazy, just resting all the time.” “Squeaky” . . . cards 8th period . . . Jill’s fresh lemon . . . Miss Baxter’s gym class . . . cold duck . . . deep sea fishing . . . skiing . . . Round Top . . . climbing Mount. Washington. F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, Ski 4. “And it came to pass.” Math . . . chess. Band 1, 2, 3, (treas.) 4, French 1, Hon Roll 1, 2, 4, Math 1, 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Chess 1, 3 (pres.) 4 (pres.), Science Seminar 2, 3, 4. CHARLES TANNER 10 Streeter Road, Paxton Drags . . . snowmobiles . . . Bud . . . broads . . . Chevys. Ski 1, 2, Ski Racing Team. ALLEN ROLAND THIBEAULT East County Road, Rutland “To live is to love; not to be loved is to die.” “Al” . . . Sue . . . Taquila . . . Cuda. ROBERT JAMES THORELL Mirick Road, Princeton “Love and friendship cannot be conceived in hate or born in strife.” The ocean ... ice cream . . . water and snow skiing . . . mountain climbing . . . tennis. Hon. Roll 3, Tennis 4, Ski 4. MARGARET VICTORIA TRAFTON Hubbardston Road, Princeton “The most I can do for my friend is simply to be his friend.” “Muffy” . . . tennis . . . skiing . . . Italians. Ski 1, 2, 3, 4, S.P.A. 3, H.R. Rep. 2, French 1, 2, 3, A.F.S. 2, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 4. LOUIS JACOB TROSTEL Mirick Road, Princeton “Leaving Wachusett is my forward looking backward glance.” “Luigie” . . . Watermelon Sherbet . . . sun . . . snow . . . sleep . . . skiing. French 4, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Photo 3, 4, Ski 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Seminar 1, 2. LAURA J. TUCKER • :• ANDREA MARCY TOSI Rowley Hill Road, Sterling “A friend is a present we give ourselves.” “Andy” . . . windy days . . . rippled puddles . . . unicorns. A.F.S. 4, Hockey Cheerldr. 3, 4, Hon. Roll 1, 2, Fid. Hockey 2, 3, Track 1, N.H.S. 3, 4, Sail 3, 4, Ski 3, 4, Yearbook 4. JAMES H. TUTTLE Maple Street, Sterling “School isn’t all that bad, it’s just getting up in the morning.” “T.Y.” ... ice cream . . . baseball . . . golfing . . . swimming. H.R. Rep. 3, Ger. 3, 4, Hon. Roll 1, Latin 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski 3. Maple Street, Sterling “Time is a gift to enjoy every minute.” “Tuck” . . . fall . . . football games . . . tournament 1971 . . .all sports . . . cheering . . . gymnastics. Bsktball Cheerldr. 2, 3, 4, (capt.), H.R. Rep. 4, Gym Leader 1, 2, 3, 4, Bsktball 1, Fid. Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Var. 4. piF ' S MICHAEL PATRICK TIVNAN 15 Highland Street, Paxton “The only person you can trust is the only one you really know.” “Tidbutts” . . . “Trips” . . . “Tabba” . . . Lu Ann C . . . listening to “good” music . . . silver blue . . . doing everything possible I can before I die. Baseball 1. CHARLES R. TOBIN 40 Oakcrest Road, Holden “A man hears what he wants to hear and disregards the rest.” “Chuck” . . . “Charlie” . . . “Chucky” . . . “Toby” . . . “Strawberry” . . . “Freckles” . . . bowling . . . steak . . . records. Cumberland High: Math 1, Hon. Roll 1 , 2 . J. SCOTT UNDERWOOD Main Street, Sterling “Who so keepeth his mouth and his tongue keepeth his soul from troubles.” Skiing . . . hamburgers . . . roast beef . . . 91 IS. Ski 3, 4. BEVERLY ANN VACCA Jewett Road, Sterling “Leaving school is one thing, but getting caught is another.” “Bev” . . . purple . . . Moody Blues . . . Italian food . . . beautiful days . . . art. F.H.A. 2, Photo 4, Ski 1. SUZANNE IRENE UHL 6 Kitchener Road, Sterling “Seek ye first the good things of the mind.” “Suzie” . . . rust brown . . . wacky cakes . . . dunes . . . tennis . . . sailing . . . skiing. Band 2, 3, 4, French 1, 2, 3, F.N.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Bsktball 1, 2, Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3,4, Science Fair 3, Sailing 3, 4, Ski 3, 4, Saints 1. MIGUEL ROBERTO TOMASINI 4 Berkshire Drive, Paxton “Come with me to seek a newer world.” “Miguel” . . . Kathy . . . skiing . . . music. Ski 3, Spanish 4. N DEBRA ANN VALANZOLA 55 Crystal Street, Paxton “Only that day dawns to which we are awake.” “Debbie” . . . blue . . . Lasagna . . . cats . . . D.R.M. . . . dancing. Ftball Cheerleader 4, F.H.A. 1, Ger. 1, 2, Thesp. 1, 2, 3, Yrbk. JANET KATHLEEN VAN WERT 415 Shrewsbury Street, Holden “The most I can do for my friend is simply to be his friend.” Ice cubes . . . purple . . . popcorn . . . watching sports . . . cheering. Class Sec. 3, 4, Hockey Cheerleader 3, 4, Ski 3, French 1, Spring Play 3, Yrbk 4. GLENN CLIFFORD VAUGHAN Brooks Station Road, Princeton “Life is like a fire, it begins to smoke and ends in ashes.” “Gordie” . . . navy blue ... a full tank of gas and a clean windshield . . . soccer . . . tennis. Hon. Roll 3, Tennis 3, 4. KATHERINE WALSH 308 South Main Street, Holden “The love that we seek to keep, we lose — but the love that is shared lives forever.” “Kathi” . . . blue . . . Grand Funk . . . Friendly’s . . . sunshine . . . vettes. F.H.A. 3, 4, French 1, Mountainettes 1, 3, Art 3. SUSAN VAUGHAN Boylston Ave., Princeton “Man is what he believes.” “Sue” . . . pizza . . . fried clams . . . navy blue . . . Stratton Mt. . . . skiing . . . tennis . . . waterskiing. Glee 2, F.T.A. 3, Span. 1, 2, 3, 4, 3R. LINDA MAUREEN WACCARY Clinton Road, Sterling “The world is a looking-glass, and gives back to every man the reflection of his own face.” “Hoy-Toy” . . . P.B. . . . traveling. H.R. Rep. 3, 4, Hon. Roll 1, Thesp. 3, Yrbk., 3-R, McClintock H.S. — French 1, Office 1, Nashoba R.H.S. —- Sftball 1, Gym Show 1. GRAHAM WADDILL 24 Lincoln Circle, Paxton ALAN GORDON WARNER 407 Princeton Street, Holden “The devil made me do it.” “Al” . . . Cindy . . . animals . . . blue . . . girl watching . . . football. F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hon. Roll 2, Ftball 2, 3, 4. CAROLE MARGARET WEBBER 15 Bullard Street, Holden “Only that day dawns to which we are awake.” — Thoreau. “Partner” . . . nights . . . peace . . . friends . . . messin’ around . . . having fun. A.F.S. 3, 4, Span. 2, 3, Thesp. 2, 3, Prom Committee 1, 2, 3R. “Hopes are but the dreams of those who are awake.” “Sue” . . . green . . . steak . . . E.N.M.H.S_R.E.P_ horseback riding. 3R. SUSAN DALE WENTZELL 9 South Road, Holden HARVEY SARKIS WILSON 33 Frederickson Avenue, Holden w SANDRA JEAN WESLEY Bird Street, Sterling “Be what you are, not what others want you to be.” Tennis . . . blue. French 1, 2, 3, 4, Bsktball 3, 3R. THERESA MARIE WILLIAMS 115 Highland Street, Holden “There is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so.” “Tree” . . . “snoubar” . . . mediterranean blue. Reflections 3, Quilt 3, Thesp. 1, 2, 3R, Marion High: Folk Music 1. DEBORAH WERNHOLM 535 Wachusett Street, Holden “Tomorrow see the things that never come today.” “Debbie” . . . Neil Young . . . blue . . . camping . . . life. A.F.S. 4, F.H.A. 4, Thesp. 3, Sailing 4, French 3, Hon. Roll 1, 2. “Democracy’s like sex: When it’s good, it’s very good. When it’s bad it’s still pretty good.” Smiles . . . songs . . . people . . . pizza . . . living. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Class Pres. 3, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Ftball 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Spring Musical 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play 4. DONNA MARIE WOOD 1440 Main Street, Holden “Don’t do what other people think is right, do what you feel and know to be right for you.” “Pineapple” . . . “Wentz” . . . blue . . . hockey . . . skating. A.F.S. 3, Glee Club 3, French 2, 3, 4, Mathletes 2, 3, Thesp. 4, Caesar Rodney H.S. 1, 2. ROBERT HALL WEST 11 Greenwood Pkwy., Holden “Success is getting what you want, happiness is wanting what you get.” “Bob” . . . skiing . . . basketball . . . blue . . . reading. Hon. Roll 1, Reflections 4, Sailing 3, 4, Ski 3, 4, D.G. 3, Chess 1. SUZANNE WOODWARD 2 Marlen Road, Holden “The only way to have a friend is to be one.” “Sue” . . . Kerry . . . music . . . art . . . candles . . . skiing . . . tennis . . . swimming. A.F.S. 3, 4, French 1, 2, Thesp. 1, 2, 3, Open Door 1, 2, Spring Musical 3, 3R 4. CRAIG A. WRONSKI Princeton Road, Sterling “ZAP!” Art work . . . drums. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, French 1. THOMAS JOHN ZIMMER 28 Walbridge Road, Paxton “All the flowers of all the tomorrows are in the seeds of today.” Fishing . . . hunting. Hon. Roll 1, 3, Sailing 3, 4, Ski 3, Ten¬ nis 4. BEVERLY DIANE ZOPPO 78 Broad Street, Jefferson ' “The most essential thing for happiness is the gift of friendship.” “Bev” . . . blue . . . painting . . . horseback riding . . . singing. Glee, Chorus, Accappella 3, 4, F.H.A 2, 3 (reporter), 4 (treas.), Lat. 1, Library 1,2, 3 (sec.), 4 (pres.), Thesp. (usherette) 2. NANCY ELIZABETH ZYGADLO 17 Tanglewood Road, Paxton “No book can teach us Self. It is a hidden language only heart can read “Ziggie” . . . sundaes . . . collies. F.T.A. 3, 4. MOISES ALFREDO YAMPEY Rutland Heights Hospital, Rutland “America is a continent.” “Nino” . . . girls . . . wine . . . beer . . . Asado . . . rowboat . . . study. Span. N.H.S., Football, Soccer. ERIC WYLIE 347 Pleasant Street, Paxton ALAN TRUDEAU NINA BEAMER 50 Plymouth Road, Holden DANIEL SULLIVAN Fitchburg Rd., Princeton “If you can’t be yourself, who be?” “Sully” . . . Bev . . . Bud . . . cars . . . driving . . . music. can you LEO McGANN Ridge Rd., Rutland NANCY AMONS Lowell Ave., Holden French 2, 3, Ski 2, 3, Football Cheerleader 3. ROBERT P. GAGNIER 1260 Main St., Holden “Boob” . . . skiing . . . driving motorcycles. Minnechaug Reg.: Ski, Track, Ftbl., Volleyball, Swimming. SHARON RUTH HINE Malden St., Holden “’72 was the year that was — because 1 was there.” “Rabbit” ... my bug ... my guitar . . . Simon and Garfunkel . . . sailing . . . driving my bug. Chor. 1,2, 3, Folk Music 3, Latin 3. GEORGE JOHNSON 361A Main St., Holden KENNETH N. JOHNSON 148 Holden St., Holden WILLIAM MacGILLIVARY 2 Lincoln Circle, Paxton CAREY E. McGINN 14 Oak Crest Rd., Holden “The only dope in the world worth shooting is the man in the White House.” 00711 . . . Black African . . . Dreamsticks . . . the ocean . . . Dave Fraser . . . traveling. Hon. Roll 3, Ski 2. DAVID NORTON 277 West St., Paxton GEOFFREY PARKER DAVID PRATT Redstone Place, Sterling WILLIAM MORTELL 12 Glen Ellen Rd., Paxton RAYMOND MURRAY Moscow Rd., Jefferson JOHN PETER PRUCNAL 9 Inwood Rd., Rutland “What would the world be if it was full of laughter.” “Jackson” . . . lobster . . . bud . . . Budweiser. CHESTER DONALD ROSSIER 116 West St., Paxton “It is much easier to be critical than to be correct.” “Chet” . . . snowmobile . . . cars. Ski Club. KEVIN RYAN 12 Fairchild Dr., Holden KENNETH RAYMOND SEYMOUR 500 Richards Ave., Paxton Cars . . . girls. F.F.A. 4. JOSEPH STRANIERI 114 Richards Ave., Paxton SAMUEL ANDREW STUART Clinton Rd., Sterling “Walk soft enough, you can sneak by anyone.” “Stu” . . . “J.E.B.” . . .jellybeans . . . blues ... 22 rifles . . . guitars . . . rock concerts. Ger. 1,2, 3, 4, Hon. Roll 1,2, 3, 4, J.B.F.A. CHRISTIAN VAN BUSKIRK 94 Main St., Rutland ROBERT A. VANDERPYL 193 Pommogussett Rd., Rutland “They’ve got to let me out of here.” “Creepies Mudhead!” “Bob” . . . “Pyl” . . . good food and great music . . . ripping apart electrical things, especially the tape recorder. Phot. 3. GERALD VAUGH 44 Chaple St., Holden 95 it comes as quite a surprise to find that all the time when we thought we were having fun — it turns out we were actually working hard making memories reflections of days of loving and living. for what is life? — that a man can change is direction for himself by sheer force of will yet he can, in no way, prolong its duration when it is determined to relinquish itself perhaps kaleidoscopic life only makes sense when viewed with the enlightened vision of death. PJ perpetual youth, i am grateful for our time together — it all seems so real, so right. earth could have no claims on you, man of freedom: you have entered beyond the trivial — to whatever is ultimate smile on me for i love you. KMM JOYCE WERME WARMTH YOU ARE RADIANT FRIENDSHIP YOU HAVE SHOWN LOVE YOU HAVE GIVEN ... WE SHALL CHERISH K.P. ”’ W- i HO’S WHO CUTEST GIRL Pam Carlson CUTEST BOY Verne Murray FRIENDLIEST Mia Koski MOST POPULAR GIRL Sydney Camp MOST POPULAR BOY Phil Chase BEST ALL-AROUND GIRL Melinda Moore BEST ALL-AROUND BOY Brad Peck CUTEST COUPLE Langevin MOST ATHLETIC BOY Mitch Griffin MOST ATHLETIC GIRL Muffy Trafton HAPPIEST Debbie Andersen CLASS WIT Billy MacKenzie BEST PERSONALITY Anne Loftus BEST PERSONALITY Alan Briggs NICEST EYES Cathy Counihan NICEST SMILE Nancy Nelson NICEST HAIR Linda Waccary CUTEST DIMPLES Joan Perry ' r i MOST COURTEOUS Mark Gargulinski DONE MOST FOR THE CLASS Harvey Wilson MOST AMBITIOUS Geoff Parker MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED John Corbin MOST SOPHISTICATED Patty Ewick l CLASS POLITICIAN Chris Hart MOST UNFORGETTABLE CHARACTER Dave Dowjat MOST CLASS SPIRIT Dave Dickman CLASS INDIVIDUALIST Mark Desmaris ■ BEST DRESSED GIRL Peggy Smith MOST SCHOLARLY GIRL Sue Kidwell MOST SCHOLARLY BOY Joe Jasinski SHORTEST Linda Cloutier TALLEST Billy Keat NOISIEST Sue Sundquist QUIETEST Diana Menzel BEST IN BUSINESS Pam Martin BEST IN HOMEMAKING Karen Christensen BEST IN AGRICULTURE Sue Carney MOST MUSICAL Lorraine Chisholm ARTISTIC Pam Reardon CLASS CYNIC Dick Hall MOST DARING Steve Rynne CLASS CLOWN Alan Trudeau CLASS TARZAN Steve Kirk SCHOOL LIFE QUEEN — MELISSA DAY The Junior Glass of Wachusett Regional High School cordially invites you to attend its Junior Prom “GONE WITH THE WIND” on Saturday, the fifteenth of May, Nineteen hundred and seventy-one at eight o’clock in the evening at Franklin Manor JUNIOR PROM 115 MY SISTER EILEEN Mr. Appopolous .Harvey Wilson Ruth Sherwood. .Kathy Brown Eileen Sherwood .Carla Beshaw Jensen.Steve Leguern Kids.. .Jan Cushman A Pair of Drunks Lonigan . Vendor . Richard Perry Peter Stoddard Brian Honan .Kevin Haynes .. Brian Honan The Wreck Mr. Fletcher . .. Helen Wade Frank Lippincott Chic Clark. .Larry Storm .Brian Honan .... Kim Johnson ... .Herbie Harris . . . Kevin Longden ... . Steve Leguern .Paula Barr ....... Paula Barr .Philip Bush .. Donald Carlson Tim Goodnow Jeff Greene Terry Hart Francisco Herrera Peter Wilcox .. . Peter Stoddard .Paula Barr .John Trostel .Guest Artist Cossock. Violet Shelton. Mrs. Wade. Robert Baker. Future Admirals. Walter Sherwood . Prospective Tenant The Consul. Sand Hog. Eileen and Ruth Sherwood broke away from home-ties to the “great” New York City. Then they met their letcherous landlord and felt the apartment shake as construction workers built a new subway under it. Next they met the previous attendant of their apartment. She was a prostitute who had conducted her business at home. Because the sisters leased the same apartment, her clients expected them to continue her occupation. How the sisters handle this situation and the men they meet — from a drug store owner to a group of Portuguese sailors — made a very entertaining and funny play. 117 POWDERPUFF FOOTBALE FEMINISTS HIT THE GRIDIRON! One fine day up on the football field the girls found themselves face to face in a football first. The senior girls, egged on by the fearsome cheerleaders, played one of the funniest games of the season. 121 REDHEADS . . . DONKEYS . . . AND BASKETBALL Whose waste?!?! 123 124 I can’t believe 1 ate the whole thing! Senior OdSS - 4NC.C Sat.Ti ' te. ' pnnottsn Center 8X durcY, , Oct ?a- r loa- tfSAooU toTg- WrtS, jev kW sW M Oh, sure! ■ mm. Well, so much for your rank — how were your boards? ORGANIZATIONS i 131 1972 YEARBOOK STAFF PICTURED SOMEWHERE: Mr. Lengas (advisor), P. Reardon, K. Bird, B. Moosa, D. Feiron, L. Gustafson, S. Rubenstein, K. Anderson, R. Beck, C. Counihan, N. Bock, K. Jolliff, F. Greis, M. K ' oski, L. Rollins, D. Hammar, A. Loftus, K. Plainte, S. Lindberg, E. Gledhill, J. Donovan, P. Carlson, J. Clark, D. Valanzola, S. Sundquist, N. Nelson, B. Mackenzie, P. Hester, S. Lengas, K. Sweeney, L. Waccary, A. McCarthy, N. Anderson, L. Sushchyk, J. Perry, J. Patten, M. Nadeau, E. Plucinski, D. Johnson, P. Barr, A. Tosi, P. Chase, P. Ewick. 132 YEARBOOK EDITORS Mr. Lengas, Patricia Ewick, Ellen Plucinski, Jean Donovan, Mia Koski. REFLECTIONS R. Chase, J. Perry, C. LaFond, B. Moosa, E. Amons, C. Butler, D. Pierce, K. Besnia, A. Holmes, S. Rathnam, C. Scott, C. Holmes, T. Manninen, L. Duffey, J. Fredrickson, A. Blanchard, J. Crawford, F. Gustafson, G. Jones, K. Johnson. REFLECTIONS EDITORS Scott Gowing, Kent Jolliff, William MacKenzie, Alison Macomber. 133 STUDENT COUNCIL | V i 1 ah] K. Barr, C. Hart, P. Chase, S. Rubenstein, J. Dorkins, C. Twine, V. Bratt, J. Annetts, J. Kenary, P. Jennette, D. Nowak, L. Crawford, S. Cummings, M. Griffin, S. McNight, T. Hart, C. Swenson, P. Zimmer, T. Ellsmore, M. Moore, S. Trafton. SENIOR CABINET M. Moore, D. Hall, S. Cummings, Mr. Lengas, P. Chase, L. Gustafson, C. Scott, S. Lindberg, E. Gledhill, P. Mills, S. Sundquist, C. Hart. J. Van Wert, S. Camp, B. Cushman, J. O’Connor, L. Tucker, D. Pierce, P. Dickman. 134 JUNIOR CABINET B. Miller, S. Ferris, P. Houmere, M. Wespi, C. Crooker, J. Annetts, D. O’Brien, M. Johnson, L. Crawford, G. Reed, P. Zimmer, P. McGinnes, V. Bratt, L. Todd, D. Nowak, M. Griffin, J. Wheeler. SOPHOMORE CABINET N. Gustafson, C. Carlson, S. Nelson, S. MacKay, L. Werme, R. Erickson, T. Hart, S. McKnight, J. Day, C. Twine, C. Swenson, J. Kenary, M. McCauley, C. Chamberlain, P. Owen, L. Basinsky. FRESHMAN CABINET B. Hickey, S. Bird, D. Alliegro, K. Barr, J. Dorkins, P. Jennette, S. Trafton, E. Calkins, D. Fellows, L. Hall, K. Houmere, K. Kealing, D. Larson, J. McCarthy, D. Mellor, S. Mellor, R. Perry, S. Rettstadt, R. Schmitz, K. Toomey, K. Tuttle. 135 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY R. Grover, S. Lindberg, M. Moore, M. Koski, M Moore, M. Nadeau, A. Blanchard, J. Patten, S. Lengas, D. Santom, P. Freese. L. Storm, L. Trostel, S. Cummings, N. Bock, S. Rubenstein, A. Briggs, J. Conte, J. Donovan, D. Menzel, P. Ewick, L. Rollins, P. Suomu, S. Kidwell, S. Uhl, M. Day, B. Peck, J. Clark, A. McCarthy, F. Greis, N. Anderson, S. Kruczynski, J. Jasinski. f i -A ’ ’-y .. SPANISH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY J. Wentzell, H. Griffin, T. Deese, S. Lengas, F. Gustafson, A. McCarthy, P. Zimmer, L. Green, L. McMannus, C. Carlson, N. Yampey, Mrs. Biller, J. Valdes. FRENCH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Mrs. Bernier, J. Domey, J. Donovan, R. McCurdy, S. Kruczynski, D. Menzel, L. Rollins, N. Bock, G. Russell, I. Maki, M. Nadeau, M. Moore, G. Reed, Mrs. Horgan. 136 LATIN CLUB L. Urbanovitch, K. Maki, L. Storm, Mrs. Bernier, C. Smith, R. Curtis, J. Tuttle, D. McIntosh, B. Laires, P. Curtis, M. Smith, B. Egan, M. Johnson, M. Tawczynski, M. Goss, C. Lambert. FRENCH CLUB P. Ewick, G. Reed, T. Dorwood, M. Hultquist, S. Rubenstein, R. McCurdy, J. Donovan, K. Jolliff, P. Chase, M. Moore, S. Amons, B. Peck, S. Camp, L. Rollins, N. Bock, M. Nadeau, D. Johnson, G. Arlin. SPANISH CLUB Miss Remie, S. DiCesare, B. Cushman, L. Sweeney, M. Tomasini, Mr. Sciarrone, C. Howland, D. Guimond, T. Lindquist, K. Holmes, C. Webber. 137 GERMAN CLUB Mr. Brooks, R. Mailhot, R. Hubbard, S. Stuart, R. Beck, N. Fifield, K. Beach, J. O’Connor, E. Deitmer, R. Starenas, T. Bahlo, D. Fox, R. McCurdy. QUILT J. Dorkins, B. Mills, E. Moore, P. Jennette, D. Stevens, J. Hunt, M. Nadeau, B. Moosa, S. Rathnam. RADIO CLUB R. Curtis, R. McCormick, S. Cloutier. riL 138 CHESS CLUB M. Brickey, F. Greis, P. Suomo, S. Kidwell, A. Clark, P. Houmere, B. Battye, R. Curtis, K. Houmere, R. McCormick, T. Dorwood, S. Cloutier, J. DuVarney, R. Childs, Mr. Audette. ART CLUB S. Travis, J. Cushman, J. Gustafson, M. Janes, A. Gusha, B. Smith, W. Koenig, P. Burns, L. Kelly, D. Day, P. Reardon, M. Degutis, D. Udell, B. Buskey, L. Holmes, L. Anderson, K. Blockland. LIBRARY CLUB H. Holmes, G. Hickey, C. Hunt, S. Bailey, L. McManus, T. Healy, D. Wehkoja, C. Hammar, S. Kesseli, L. Dicker, S. Morrow, S. Kidwell, A. Hayes, D. Hart, B. Stanhope, B. Zoppo, K. Nason, D. St. George, J. Baron, B. Votruba, E. Page, J. Welsh, K. Helle, J. Vigliaturd, E. Ferguenson, D. Moison, G. Duffy, J. Castriotta, R. Reed, T. Neary, F. Myska, J. Wheeler, D. Strand, L. Stanhope, D. Corbin, P. Windward, G. Morrow, Mrs. Beam, Mrs. Beaumont, D. Carlson, R. Benson, R. Huard. 139 SCIENCE SEMINAR P. Stoddard, J. Corbin, M. Moore, R. Debatis, F. Greis, P. Suomu, B. MacKenzie, R. Grover. FOLK MUSIC CLUB S. Sundquist, K. Sweeney, C. McGinn, M. Dufault, C. Twine, M. McKenna, R. Sandborn, J. Camp, S. Quaglia, R. Starenas, C. Butler, J. Osland, W. Albert. AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE L. Sushchyk, M. Johnson, A. Hirvi, L. Franzen, S. Girard, A. Tosi, M. Nadeau, P. Carlson, J. Donovan, J. Perry, G. Smith, P. Barr, D. Johnson, S. Woodward, C. Counihan, M. Medlinskas, T. Christianson, D. Fox, B. Laires, S. Laires, G. Shelton, J. Cardner. 140 THESPIAN CLUB Mr. Pouliot, P. Burns, R. Johnson, B. Cushman, E. Plucinski, H. Wilson, M. Dufault, T. Perry, M. Koski, A. Camp, D. Oliver, P. Bush, R. Perry, S. Fredricksson. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA B. Henrickson, C. Smith, L. Urbanovitch, D. Guimond, D. Barrett, S. Bigelow, M. Medlinskas, C. Scott, S. Sundquist, J. Conte, K. Sweeney, C. Boria, N. Zygadlo, N. Scott. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Mrs. Mancuso, D. Pearson, W. Landquist, B. Nichols, B. Zoppo, K. Christensen, B. Damery, K. Lindberg, S. McCubrey, L. Mattson, R. Johnson, R. Hendrick, M. Peck, K. Walsh, G. Arlin, C. Hunt. 141 FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA Mrs. Kramer, G. Munger, C. Lambert, C. Carlson, D. Bousquet, L. Forester, K. Schnell, S. Bailey, P. Faucher, D. Plante, R. Friedman, P. David, B. Herbert, N. Desmond, N. Keating, D. Udell, L. Kennedy, C. Mercier. AMERICA Mr. Stowell, J. Konan, D. Pierce, S. Prue, P. Morkavage, J. Wheeler, B. Dolan, S. Carney, R. Mann, Mr. Warren, L. Mann, R. Evans. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF P. Martin, P. Mantha, D. Johanson, M. Cooke, N. Desmond, P. Brown, J. Langevin, L. Murman, D. Sullivan, M. Hart, D. Holsopple, G. Duffey, P. Cole, B. Vacca, L. Garabedian, M. Chila, A. Cole, C. Cempe, R. Mathieu, R. Perkins, L. Catmen, D. Brown, D. Ramsey, Mrs. Olson, Mrs. Houmere. 142 FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA GIRLS’ CHORUS J. Langer, C. Holmes, L. Bandas, S. Jones, B. Zoppo, B. Kauppila, C. MacPhee, R. Heselbarth, L. Werme, S. Maurer, J. Baron, C. Powers, L. Summa, D. Houmere, D. Desrosiers, E. Tuttle, N. Fifield, S. Marsh, S. Holmes, C. Scott, Mr. Yucatonis. BAND Mr. Barry. N. Hine, D. Moore, J. Debatis, S. Tosi, B. Miller, M. Hollaway, L. MacManus, R. Savignac, S. DiCesare, D. Hakala, M. DiNoia, V. Chisholm, C. Wronski, J. Trostel, S. Kruczynski, B. Corbin, P. Suomu, B. Battye, S. Prue, M. Lutz, J. Jasinski, R. Grover, R. Perry, B. Uhl, P. Hagberg, D. Hagberg, E. Starbard, J. Kelly, N. Battye, E. Richardson, W. Broderick, E. Kruczynski, N. Narcisi, T. Couture, E. Viner, M. Galvin, M. Popham, J. Bergstrom, J. Riley, E. Riley, V. Whitney. 143 SKI CLUB J. Hall, R. McDuff, B. West, N. Gustafson, K. Plainte, J. Conte, B. McKnight, T. Goodnow, D. Lyons, B. Mosher, K. Swisher, A. Hayes, P. Martin, P. Barr, M. Trafton, S. Cummings, D. Knott, B. Dillman, B. Kemp, K. Carlson, G. Munger, B. Henley, D. Fox, K. Christensen, K. Sargent, B. Hansson, P. Goodnow, K. Beach, M. Bettke, K. Holmes. 144 J. Langer, P. Houmere, D. Fish, A. Rubin, J. Hall, C. Crooker, N. Bagdis, G. Fox, S. Dunn, J Midwood, C. Butler, J. Carlson, P. Ewick, M. Koski, R. Heselbarth, T. Zimmer, K. Johnson, N. Battye, M. Smith, B. Battye, C. Carlson, S. Carlson, W. Korjeff. VARSITY CLUB M. Bettke, D. Santom, M. Trafton, A. Blanchard, L. Tucker, K. Anderson, N. Drawbridge, J. Clark, A. Briggs, T. Olson, C. Monahan, J. Hine, R. Huard, S. Uhl, D. MacCallum, B. Henley, S. Charbonneau, P. Finnegan, C. Carlson, W. Stafford. SAILING CLUB DeWolfe. MATHLETES P. Houmere, J. Hall, S. Kidwell, H. Wilson, P. Suomo, B. Dodge, J. Fenton, J. Jasinski, I. Maki, N. Hine, W. Battye, J. Wallace. “And this is your nose . . . 145 SPORTS Starting off with an impressive victory over Fitchburg in the Jamboree, the 1971 football team looked title-bound. This was unfortunately not to be the case, however, as they were unable to generate the effective offense needed to overcome their foes. Four of their games went right down to the wire only to have the Mountaineers disappointed in defeat. The team was led by the fine-spirited play of co-captains Brad Peck and Mitch Griffin, Brad being elected to the Central Massachusetts All-Class All-Star Team. This is the first time ever that a Wachusett player has achieved this honor. WACHUSETT OPPONENT 14 Fitchburg (Jam.) 2 0 Holy Name 0 0 Algonquin 21 8 Clinton 13 28 Doherty 9 6 Gardner 7 21 Athol 0 14 Buncoat 17 20 Southbridge 22 Canceled — Shrewsbury (Thanksgiving) COACH: Ronald Spakauskas CO-CAPTAINS: Bradley Peck and Mitchell Griffin ROW ONE: B. Yampey, A. Warner, N. Yampey, K. Beach, S. Kirk, B. Peck, T. Ahern, M. Griffin, D. Ham, G. Jones, B. Lindquist, T. Moran, M. Gargulinski, R. Barrick, J. Doucette. ROW TWO: D. Ferron, W. Lasher, J. Griffin, F. Kramer, K. Anderson, P. Peterson, P. Wilcox, D. French, B. Bennett, B. Doolittle, C. Ball, S. Reno, B. McKnight, A. McNutt, D. Hickey. ROW THREE: Coach Spakauskas, K. Elsemore, B. Scully, M. McCarthy, G. Kaczmarec, G. Ferron, P. Bock, S. Barrett, E. Wilkins, M. Gibson, A. Schultz, P. Warner, D. Strand, T. Hart. W. Parquette, M. Chila, S. Banister, B. Murray. MISSING FROM PIC¬ TURE: B. Alicandro, P. Jennette, J. Mullen, J. Murphy. SENIORS: ROW ONE: B. Peck, T. Ahern, M. Griffin, D. Ham, G. Jones, B. Lindquist, T. Moran. ROW TWO: Coach Cornacholli, A. Warner, N. Yampey, S. Kirk, K. Beech, M. Gar- gulinski, R. Barrick, Coach Spakauskas. CHEERLEADERS: ROW ONE: L. Rol¬ lins, A. Loftus (captain), L. Clapp, A. McCarthy, C. Cutting, N. Amons. ROW TWO: N. Bock, P. Mills, R. Davidson, D. Valenzola, M. Moore. 150 151 Da coach told us ta use our heads 152 MOUNTAINETTES: ROW ONE: D. Plante, K. Carrigan, L. Wilder, C. Gamache, E. Loo¬ ney. ROW TWO: K. Sayer, G. Yampey, L. Urbanovitch, E. Kane, D. Nichols. 153 154 FIELD VARSITY: ROW ONE: J. Hein, N. Fifield, M. Medlin- skas, S. Taylor, S. Uhl, J. Mid¬ wood, J. Patten. ROW TWO: C. Santom, B. Tuttle, L. Tuck¬ er, B. Henley, R. Love, J. Rol¬ lins. ROW THREE: S. Lengas, J. Conte, P. Horstmann, M. Trafton, T. Olson, R. Gabrielli, B. Eddy. -• V HOCKEY The girls’ varsity field hockey team completed a “building” season with an 8-3-0 record. The inexperienced team improved with hard work and long practices to once again obtain the rep¬ utation of “the team to beat.” With many promising J.V.’s and underclassmen, next year’s team is headed for an undefeated season. WACHUSETT 0 Leominster ,4 Auburn 3 Gardner 1 Doherty 0 Gardner 1 Leominster 1 Sutton 0 Auburn 2 Spencer 2 North OPPONENT 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 JUNIOR VARSITY: ROW ONE: S. Rettstadt, K. Lengas, S. Hart, L. Olson, S. Mackay, D. Bousquet. ROW TWO: J. Atkins, M. Sidoti, K. Tuttle, S. Cook, K. Warren, D. Stevens. ROW THREE: J. Hunt, D. Mellor, S. Trafton, E. Sjos- tedt, P. Finnegan, M. Fedeli, C. Manson, J. Richards. 155 i Victory followed the Wachusett Cross Country team throughout New England this year. The tradition of excel¬ lence inspired by Coach Warren and the leadership shown by tri-captains Andy Blanchard, Alan Briggs and Dennis MacCallum carried the team to a final record of 8-1-1. Alan set a new school record with a time of 12:06. He went on to capture third place in the state and sixth in New England. Dennis was not far behind, finishing fifth in the state and fourteenth in New England. Remember, follow the flying feet . . . WACHUSETT OPPONENT 16 Narragansett 46 17 Leominster 45 17 Fitchburg 46 19 Gardner 42 15 St. Bernard’s 50 31 Keene 27 23 Burncoat 74 23 Doherty 37 28 St. John’s 28 ' 5 David Prouty 50 Conference and District III — 1st team State Class B — 1st team Wachusett and Somerset Invitational — 2nd Concord Invitational — 3rd team State All-Class Meet — 6th team E. Beaman, R. Staub, E. Heselbarth, C. Monaghan, S. Charbonneau, R. Huard, D. MacCallum, A. Blanchard, A. Briggs, R. Mortell, R. Olson, R. Huard, J. Kerxalli, D. Leavenworth, C. Carlson, M. Dunbar, F. Herrara, D. Freese, R. Varley, C. Howard, S. Dame, J. DuPaul, D. Fant, B. Nawn, L. Charbonneau, M. Sarette, B. Long, T. Couture, J. Lamoureaux, Mr. Warren. 157 ■ • SOCCER This was the first year of competition for the Wachusett Varsity Soccer team. Despite their relative inexperience and a limited schedule of only four games, the team did a commendable job; they tied in half of their matches and lost both re¬ maining games by a single goal. The soc¬ cer team was jointly coached by Mr. Peter Sidman and Mr. Richard Knight. Senior standouts for Wachusett were Nino Yam- pey, Ted Kirkpatrick and Fred Greis. With many fine juniors on the squad, the soccer team is looking ahead to a big year as well as a longer schedule. WACHUSETT OPPONENT 2 Quabbin 3 2 Fitchburg 2 0 West Boylston 1 1 Shrewsbury 1 Mr. Sidman, J. Cronk, D. Steadman, G. Harrington, S. Casper, R. Erickson, D. Peacock, J. Nichols, M. Yampey, T. Goodnow, T. Pirani, T. Kirkpatrick, B. Kellogg, P. Oulette, S. Kruczynski, R. Lam¬ bert, N. Yampey, P. Zeidler, F. Greis, J. Gusha, J. Gaskin, V. Collins, B. Peterson, S. Copland, R. Lis¬ ton, G. Balko, J. Greene, J. Ham, P. Carter, T. Barlow. SAILING The fall of 1971 was a winning one for the newly formed Wachusett Sailing Team. In 16-foot Rebel class sloops, Wa¬ chusett was victorious in several scrim¬ mages against the Worcester Academy Team. In the Wachusett Invitational Re¬ gatta, once again our team won, the score: Wachusett — 39, Worcester — 144. Spring of 1972 will mark the team’s participation in the highly competitive New England Prep School Sailing Associ¬ ation. Let’s hope the sailing team, co-cap- tained by David Fish and James Hall and coached by Miss Baxter and Mr. Swan¬ son, can continue winning in the future! D. Fish, T. Zimmer, K. Scott, J. Hall, P. Houmere, J. Langer, A. Rubin, W. Korjeff. 159 The 1971-72 Wachusett Mountaineers played their toughest schedule ever as they took on five league champions. The Mountaineers established a reputation of a team that wouldn’t quit. Despite the loss of Mitchell Griffin, this strong team accomplished the following: — 15 and 5 record against the very best teams. — North Central Mass. Conference Champions (undefeated). — 71-70 win over Doherty, one of the team’s all time great wins. — after losing 73-72 to Bartlett in overtime, the Mountineers beat Bartlett at Webster, 71-69, in overtime, of course. — District III Qualifiers. — after breaking the school’s scoring record, Kent Jolliff went on to capture the NCMC scoring title. WACHUSETT OPPONENT 57 St. John’s 65 84 Shrewsbury 53 88 Leicester 52 85 Shrewsbury 58 74 St. Bernard’s 48 57 Fitchburg 41 71 Doherty 70 93 Athol 71 54 Burncoat 67 79 Leominster 73 70 St. Bernard’s 60 78 Gardner 56 66 Fitchburg 56 72 Bartlett 73 86 Athol 70 61 Leominster 52 66 Burncoat 73 71 Bartlett 69 71 Holy Name 80 100 Gardner 58 Coach Toby Snelson, Seniors: Paul Lizotte, Kent Jolliff (Captain), Mitchell Griffin, Alan Briggs. D. Ferron, D. Hickey, P. Lizotte, M. McLaughlin, A. Briggs, P. Murphy, M. Griffin, K. Jolliff, J. Wentzell, E. Richards, F. Kramer, B. DeWolfe. 161 J.V. BASKETBALL 1 62 S. Johnson, T. Hallaman, P. Brewer, J. Bernier, S. Wentzell, Mr. Knight, D. Flanagan, M. Noel, S. Kramer, D. Sweeney, J. Holm, B. Henning, B. Peterson. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: S. Mackay, D. Elander, K. Bird, B. Robinson, T. Christensen, P. Horstmann, M. Johnstone, C. Concoran, L. Tucker, S. Bird. 163 MM Coach Ron Bouvier, Captain and Co-Captains: Phil Freese, Neil Drawbridge, David Santom. For an unprec edented third year in a row the mighty Green Machine won the Central Mass. Hockey league title. The team started out the season fast, going through the first round of play without a league loss. However, with many of the other teams improving a great deal, the second round was a little disappointing as the Machine lost 2 and tied another. The team was led by Captain Neil Drawbridge, who was voted MVP in the CMHL, and Alternate Captains, Phil Freese and David Santom, both of whom received Honorable Mentions in the league All-Star team along with goalie Dave White. With the steady supply of talent, the rigorous coaching of Mr. Bouvier and the continued support of the school, the team is assured of future success. WACHUSETT OPPONENT 2 Don Bosco 0 7 Maynard 0 5 St. John’s 2 3 Auburn 2 7 Marlboro 4 3 Hudson 1 1 Mt. St. Charles 4 3 St. Peter’s 3 10 St. Mary’s 1 1 Falmouth 2 6 Maynard 3 3 Burryville 5 1 St. John’s 3 2 Auburn 1 3 Marlboro 3 2 Hudson 1 1 Brookline 1 2 St. Peter 5 16 St. Mary’s 1 BACK ROW: Mr. McClintock, M. Brickey, K. Ball, K. McCauley, P. Chase, W. Dodge, P. Freese, N. Drawbridge, D. Santom, F. Greis, K. Anderson, E. Pleselbarth, D. Nowak, D. Hall, Mr. Bouvier. FRONT ROW: D. Freese, B. Johnson, S. Casper, C. Johnson, S. Granger, D. White, K. McKenna, P. Dingle, J. Ham, M. Elbag, P. Moran. 167 JV TEAM: Mr. McClintock (coach), M. McMinn, S. Richards, D. Freese, J. Kenary, M. Oslebo, J. DiPilato, B. Johnson, T. Lind, S. Johnson, J. Ham, S. Casper, K. McCauley, K. Ball. J.V. ICE HOCKEY I 168 w GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Cheers from the sidelines followed the Girls’ Varsity Basketball team as they closed the season with a strong 18-4 record. After a few losses early in the season, the team was spurred on to a 9 game winning streak and won an invitation to the Southbridge Tournament. They were downed, however, by last year’s rivals — Notre Dame. Next year’s team will undoubtably advance this standing. There are already five underclassmen on the team and many promising players from the J.V. squad. Good luck in ’73! Miss Horsford, P. Boylan, M. Trafton, M. Caswell, N. Heinold, R. Gabrielli, A. Parkinson J. Rollins, T. Olson, J. Hein, S. Uhl, B. Miller, L. Olson. p j r j . j WACHUSETT OPPONENT 34 Holy Name 50 47 Marian 36 35 Holy Name 48 80 Marian 64 31 Sutton 79 65 Fitchburg 41 63 Gardner 35 63 Leominster 28 42 Sutton 58 65 Burncoat 57 65 St. Bernard’s 59 53 Notre Dame 47 86 Fitchburg 51 73 Gardner 43 76 Leominster 34 75 Burncoat 39 55 Notre Dame 45 60 St. Bernard’s 34 S. Trafton, D. Bousquet, N. Scott, L. Brown, D. Braconier, S. Taylor, D. Boutelle, E. Scott, J. Baron (manager), S. Hart, K. Santom, L. Bigelow, C. MacPhee, P. Rochette, H. Brown, 173 H. Carlson, D. Stevens, Mrs. Hagglund. -■ ' ,Y ' ? 4 £ $ ' «! : All teams have their rebuilding years and this could probably be termed as such a year for the winter track team, which finished its season with a 4-5 record. Despite losing its first dual meet, the team, coached by Fred Warren, had its share of successes; including wins over Fitchburg, St. Johns, North, and South. A big team effort gave the Mountaineers a second place in the Central Mass. Suburban League championship meet, which left them third in the CMSL standings. Co-captains were: Andy Blanchard and Richard Huard. WACHUSETT OPPONENT 40 Vi Fitchburg 3 6 Vi 23 Leominster 54 45 St. Johns 32 19 Doherty 58 36 Fitchburg 41 55 North 22 47 South 30 22 Leominster 55 33 St. Johns 44 Central Mass. Suburban League Meet — 2nd team State Trials — 2 qualifiers State Finals Coach Warren R. Perry, R. Staub, C. Monaghan, S. Charbonneau, R. Huard, D. MacCallum, A. Blanchard, H. Wilson, M. Sarrette ( Manager), S. Martel. R. Huard, D. Leavenworth, S. Bannister, J. Meagher, R. Murray, L. Charbonneau, M. Dunbar, T. Couture, R. Varley, J. Lamoureaux, Mr. Warren, C. Carlson, M. Hume, A. Schiltz, K. Anderson, S. Barrett, V. Collins, P. Jennette, B. Alicandro, D. French, D. French. 175 176 OSLUND ' S SALES SERVICE CO. TAYLOR RENTAL CENTER POWER EQUIPMENT 628 So. Main St Hold en 829-4983 Compliments of Paxton Jton PAXTON CENTER PAXTON. 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Compliments of STERLING ICE CREAM BAR AND STAFF THE BALCONY INC. On the Main Street Holden, Massachusetts FASHION FABRICS — SEWING ACCESSORIES READY TO WEAR 182 MARSHALL W. HEATH SONS CO. ROBERT J. GRIFFIN MOBIL GAS — TIRES BATTERIES AND ACCESSORIES Pommagusset Road Rutland, Massachusetts TUrner 6-4793 North Street Holden, Mass. 829-3382 Compliments of SREENMEADOW LODGE BENSON ' S ESSO SERVICE STATION MILES 770 Main Street FUNERAL Holden DIRECTORS Compliments •! HOLDEN ALSO SERVING: PRINCETON, PAXTON AND RUTLAND of the Telephone — 829-4434 DIP TANK 183 MR. KLEEN CLEANERS LAUNDERERS 617 Main St. Holden Tel. 829-5548 FRIENDLY ' S ICE CREAM Holden I GROWERS OF FINE FRUIT HUBBARD ' S GARAGE Main St., East Princeton 464-2715 General Repairing Ford Service WYNDHAVEN FARM Sterling, Mass. THE OX-BOW WHERE THE FINEST STEAMED CLAMS ARE SOLD THE ACORN SHOP Holden Mass. Compliments of EAST PRINCETON RESTAURANT GAS OIL CO., INC. VILLAGE MARKET Sterling HOLDEN FARMERS SUPPLY LUMBER " Everything To Build A Better Home " Phone 829-2569 Holden, Mass. Compliments of the RED DOOR AG WAY INC. Supplies For FARM, HOME AND GARDEN Compliments of JETTE (HANSEN) HOWARD D. F. J. HOWARD REAL ESTATE Princeton, Mass. PAXTON GARAGE INC. General Repairing and Towing GEORGE C. HUNT, JR. 593 Pleasant St. Paxton Tel. 752-9834 185 HOLDEN PIZZA Compliments of DELICATESSEN AND SUBS 1 597 Main St. Holden, Mass. HOLDEN PHARMACY 829-5406 1 105 Main St. Holden FOR FAST SERVICE CALL YOUR ORDER IN HYWAY PIZZA 829-5454 HOLDEN 675 S. Main St. Holden, Mass. HEATING CO., INC. 829-3141 " OUR CUSTOMERS ARE WARM FRIENDS " CALL IN FOR FAST SERVICE 752 Main St. Holden, Mass. 01520 WARREN ' S MARKET Compliments of PARKER 160 Doyle Road Holden, Massachusetts OIL SERVICE 674 Main St. Holden, Mass. TIDMAN ' S RUG CENTER LEROUX ' S MEAT SHOP RUG — CARPET SALES — SERVICE — CLEANING — 1 107 Main St. Holden, Mass. Tel. 829-4929 WHOLESALE — RETAIL — FREEZER ORDERS Tel. 829-5550 605 Main St., Holden, Mass. 186 01520 3R: Right on, Right Guard, Right now. HOWIE MORIN, Prop. HOLDEN VALU SERVICE 525 So. Main St., Holden, Mass. Tel. 829-9466 GREAT GAS FOR LESS CASH Minor Repairs — Best Buy on Tires Road Service HOLDEN NURSING HOME INC 32 Mayo Drive Blue Cross—Blue Shield Approved AN EXTENDED CARE FACILITY 829-4327 $)rinceton tmi isfjoppe J£roo Station b. Princeton, iHasos. JEFFERSON SERVICE STATION 595 Main St. Jefferson " Everything for Tennis and Badminton " MRS. DANIEL J. HART, Prop. Tel. HO 4-2318 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1972 PAXTON POST 306 GENERAL REPAIRS HUNT’S STATION 515 SO. MAIN ST. HOLDEN, MASS. 01520 TEL. 829-9456 NORMAND ' S HAIR STYLIST 787 Main St. Holden 829-2321 Compliments of MATTSON ' S GREENHOUSE AND FLOWER SHOP 7.r, S Kt •» Silt? 18 wr :••• • We know who you are and we saw what you did. Compliments of THOMPSON-LISTON ASSOC., INC. Civil Engineer Worcester, Mass. ( eaxJv a yul kuxxxM jfin the RUDOLF DeCRUZ Photographer at the DAVID R. MAGEE STUDIO CLASS PHOTOGRAPHER 311 MAIN STREET WORCESTER, MASS. 01608 753-4180 Weddings Schools Adults Commercial SUNNYSIDE MOTOR CO. Holden, Mass. J GqmaJsu, GoHAbuitUoH, Go.., One. Kendall Hill Road Sterling Jet., Mass. 01565 Telephone 365-5063 What Picnic!?!?!! Ambassador Greeting Cards Gifts THE SHUTTER BUG 676 Main St. Holden, Mass Tel. 829-6578 Complete Line of Photo and Audio Equipment L. ROGER PAQUETTE SR L. ROGER PAQUETTE JR SAULS BAKERY Main Street Holden, Mass. 829-5403 Best Wishes to Class of 1972 PINECROFT DAIRY ICE CREAM West Boylston HOLDEN TELEVISION CO. SALES SERVICE 802 Main St., Holden 829-4417 Compliments of Compliments of BEE ' S YARN SHOP HOLDEN PACKAGE STORE GROGG SHOP PAXTON LIQUORS 673 So. Main St. Holden, Mass. 192 __ PRINCETON MARKET Hubbardston Rd., Princeton Open 7 Days a Week HOMEROOM 126 RON BOUVIER ' S PRO SPORTS SHOP 1161 Main St. Holden, Mass. SPECIALIST IN HOCKEY and TENNIS EQUIPMENT THE PENTHOUSE Worcester County ' s Newest Nightclub THE WILLIAM PAUL HOUSE RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE Compliments the Class of 1972 WHEELER GAS APPLIANCE 23 Maple Ave. Rutland, Mass. 193 Salle Jl. Joii nson EFlowel Shops BRENTWOOD PHARMACY Holden Street, Holden 211 Doyle Road, Holden 14 Park Ave., Worcester RICHARD E. ANDERSON Tel. 853-2666 Tel. 791-8304 COMPLIMENTS OF STUDENT COUNCIL TO THE CLASS OF 1972 Telephone 886-6666 Ljvonne j HEINIS ' S PACKAGE STORE BEAUTY SALDN 1625 Main St. 5 Maple Avenue Jefferson, Mass. Rutland, Mass. 194 Compliments of 195 ROLAND ' S OFFICE APPLIANCES, INC. 283 Park Ave. Worcester, Mass. Tel.: 799-6551 Finest in Adding Machines to Duplicating Machines " We Service What We Sell " Compliments of DRIVEWAY MAINTENANCE, INC. Sterling, Massachusetts HOMEROOM 125 HOMEROOM 106 WACHUSETT CHAPTER FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Dedicated to honoring rural responsibilities and opportunities and developing agri¬ cultural leadership. HOMEROOM 133 HOMEROOM I27B H. K. BIGELOW, INC GENERAL CONTRACTORS Rutland, Ma ss 886-4701 If No Answer, Dial: 829-5310 or 886-4290 VILLAGE PHARMACY Hur.n REALTY Residential ▲ Commercial Mel Mastrodomico Reg. Pharmacist Main Street Sterling 422-7791 Camp Ground Road Sterling Junction, Ma 835-6035 422-6202 197 THE BOOKERY 1161 Main Street Holden Compliments of SENTRY MARKET of HOLDEN 198 THE FORUM 1072 Main St. Holden JEANS SLACKS TOPS SKIRTS ACCESSORIES HOMEROOM I27A I You have to eat lunch sometime. HOMEROOM 108 Compliments of B.A. SUNDIN SON, INC. Compliments of Holden THE BLUE PLATE Compliments of MAYO’S PHARMACY BIGELOW ' S MOBILE HOMES INC. 57 Maple Ave. Rutland, Mass. Mobile Homes Explorer Motor Homes 199 36-24 — What?!! VALLEY TRAVEL I 109 Main St. Holden PERSONALIZED TRAVEL SERVICE BEN and DAVE PORTER JOANNE HARGES KATHY FLANIGAN — Manager Compliments of CHRISTO ' S MARKET Holden St., Holden And our bread builds bodies stronger 12 ways! HOMEROOM For Friendly and Individual Help In Appraisals, Rentals, and Arranging Mortgages. Call: ALU and ED BERRYMAN Real Estate Brokers HOMEROOM Holden 8294982 ORBIT PIZZA New: Chicken, Spaghetti, Grinders Fish and Chips every Friday 201 HOMEROOM 123 HOMEROOM 107 HOMEROOM 129 HOMEROOM 104 Tim Ahearn Sara Allen Elaine Amons Sue Amons Debbie Andersen Kevin Anderson Gail Arlin Carl Bailey Dave Baldarelli Tim Ball Paul Barone Debbie Barrett Rich Barrick Rickey Bassett Kevin Beach Ernie Beaman Joe Bechan Ron Beck Don Becker Dave Belville James Bernier Robert Bertzos Paula Barr PROFESSIONALS EDWARD J. CRANE, M.D. ROBERT N. HENNESSY, D.M.D. HENRY F. KRAMER, M.D. MURRAY N. LEVIN, M.D. MRS. PAULINE E. LIONETT LEROY E. MAYO, M.D. MR. NICHOLAS PETRALIAS DANIEL H. RICE III, V.M.D. ROBERT R. RYDER, D.M.D. WILLIAM S. TODER, D.M.D. ERNEST J. WILLIAMS, D.M.D. DR. AND MRS. EDWARD P. YAGLOU SAMUEL ZARITT, D.M.D. YAe. duj 3do 204 mil buck PATRONS MR. AND MRS. PAUL B. ANDERSON MR. ALVAR MANNINEN MR. AND MRS. ENO L. BALDARELLI MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR J. MANZI MR. AND MRS. DAVID K. BEACH, JR. MR. AND MRS. DOUGLAS MIDWOOD DR. AND MRS. ROBERT N. BECK MR. AND MRS. HOWARD W. MOORE MR. AND MRS. H. BRADLEY CAMPBELL MRS. HENRY MORRIS MR. AND MRS. WALTER C. CLARK MR. AND MRS. E. JAMES MURRAY MR. AND MRS. HENRY COFFEY DR. AND MRS. GABRIEL NADEAU MR. AND MRS. CHARLES O. FAUCHER MR. AND MRS. RALPH E. OBERG MR. AND MRS. JOHN H. FREESE MR. AND MRS. LEO OCCHIALINI MR. AND MRS. JUDSON M. GOODNOW, JR. MR. AND MRS. VINCENT PANDISCIO MR. AND MRS. EUGENE A. PARKINSON MR. AND MRS. ROBERT N. GOWING MR. AND MRS. GEORGE W. PEARSON MR. AND MRS. BIRGER C. HAGGLUND MR. AND MRS. D. BRADLEY PECK MR. BENGT HANSON MR. AND MRS. PHILIP L. PLAINTE MR. AND MRS. ROBERT H. HUNTER MR. AND MRS. ROBERT D. RABOIN MR. AND MRS. MARTIN K. JASINSKI MR. AND MRS. FRANCIS SANTOM MR. AND MRS. ROBERT H. JOHNSON MR. AND MRS. WALLACE B. SEGER MR. AND MRS. PAUL P. KENT MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH STRANIERI MR. AND MRS. ROBERT W. KOSKI MR. AND MRS. KENNETH J. SWEENEY MR. AND MRS. HARRY E. LENGAS MR. AND MRS. THEODORE A. MR. AND MRS. ROLAND O. LIZOTTE UNDERWOOD MR. AND MRS. ROBERT LONGDON MRS. HILDA WESLEY MR. AND MRS. ROBERT B. LOVE MR. AND MRS. RICHARD G. WEST 206 SPONSORS Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Addington E. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Karl Arlin Mr. and Mrs. Karl 1. Karlsson Mr. and Mrs. Oliver G. Briggs Mr. and Mrs. W. Duane Kidwell Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Cameron Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Knott Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Chisholm Mrs. Ruth A. Kruczynski Mr. and Mrs. Chester A. Congdon Mr. and Mrs. Arne J. Lehtinen Mr. and Mrs. Bernard R. Conte Mr. and Mrs. Stanley R. Lindberg Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Counihan Mr. and Mrs. A. John Lindquist Mr. and Mrs. William J. Crystoff Mr. and Mrs. John P. Lowe Mr. and Mrs. Walter Degutis Mr. and Mrs. William G. MacKenzie Mr. and Mrs. Karl C. Deitman Lt. Col. and Mrs. Robert E. Millspaugh Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Desroches, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Dickman Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Overbeeke Mr. and Mrs. Gordon B. Dodge Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C. Palmer Mr. and Mrs. William E. Donovan Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Rollins Mrs. Camilla B. Driscoll Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rubenstein Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Faucher Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Sargent Mr. and Mrs. Roland E. Franzen Mrs. Bernadette L. Savignac Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gledhill Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred A. Steadman Mr. and Mrs. Hugh R. Godfrey Mr. and Mrs. Oliver E. Stoddard Mr. and Mrs. Stanley W. Graham Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence P. Storm Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Greis Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Sundquist Mr. and Mrs. Hartwell Griffin Mr. and Mrs. John P. Tobin Mr. and Mrs. Homer W. Griffith Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Roger E. Grover Mr. and Mrs. David E. Van Wert Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Gustafson Mr. and Mrs. Roger H. Vaughan Mr. and Mrs. J. Philip Ham Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Wernholm Mrs. Blanche E. Harris Mr. and Mrs. James P. Whittall Mr. and Mrs. Richard Huard - r Harry Janet Kathy Kent Andy Freddie Nan Karen f J k Ellen David Susanne Nan Brooke Linda We all went to Wachusett and had the same teachers; we all read MOBY DICK, know what a Green Machine is and ate the cafeteria food. But there is more that brings us together. We have experienced so many things distinctly the product of our time. No one, except us, will ever know what it was like to go to Wachusett between 1968 and 1972, and we will only be able to tell them about those things we know so well . . . 209 . . . blue jeans . . . afro’s . . . artic jackets . . . sideburns . . . motorcycles . . . alka seltzer commercials . . . Bruins . . . playing cards . . . knapsacks . .. MAD . . . racing bikes . . . Herb’s . . . American Pie . . . EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT SEX AND THE SENSUOUS WOMAN, BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK . . . Margaret Mead . . . Richard Eberhart . . . relaxed homerooms . . . 3 R . . . “wicked” . . . bic pens . . . Laugh-In . . . squirt guns . . . Channel 27 Quiz Show . . . Candy bars . . . James Taylor, Neil Young and Rod Stewart . . . ring spinning 211 smile faces wire frame glasses yo-yos Superstar computers Clark Tournament juke box snow days bomb scares tie-dye , studies in the auditorium “Once Upon a Mattress” “Oliver!” “Annie, Get Your Gun” the dungeon going to Springfield eye and ear testing the dress code “will the following please report to room ... at 2:30” writing on desks the new addition “Summer of ’42” the new curriculum A, B, C, D lunch alternating schedule the nurses office frisbees snow mobiles Wachusett beanies 8:21, 9:03, 9:47, 10:35, 11:21 12:07, 12:49, 1:39, 2:30 the moon Woodstock Cambodia Kent State Women’s Liberation Spiro T. Agnew Archie Bunker The Beatles Jackie and Ari Onassis Ping-Pong Diplomacy Red China and the UN Red China and Nixon Vietnam Veterans Against the War Bangladesh ecology Ted Ralph Nader Kruschev , Attica I.R.A. . Martha Mitchell . “caution — the surgeon general has determined that cigarette smoking can be dangerous to your health” . Mid-East . Angela Davis . Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix . Chicago 7 . Berrigan Brothers . Pentagon Papers . Phase I, 2, ... . the lottery . 18 year old vote . Jesus . moratorium . Calley . Biafra . Worcester Center 215 there’s a road upon which we all can walk where we all can see the same sun and hear the same sounds smell the same flowers it’s on this road that we see each other, for brief moments sometimes long where we walk together hand in hand the level of Constance communion with all there is something which we can be something we can see the act of walking on this road and what comes of being together is called many things some call it love so be it so it is and ever will be — Peter Lindstrom library WASSOSSH regional high scsogl H01D6R, MASSACHUS8TT8 Wachusett Regional High School Annual 371.8 MOU 1972 4 3 3 Wachusett Reg. H.S. Library ““•ala


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