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

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Wachusett Regional High School Annual 371.8 MOU 1977 c2 502 Wachusett Reg. H.S. Library If he is indeed wise, he does not bid you enter the house of his wisdom, but rather leads you to the threshold of your own mind. Kahlil Gibran The Prophet 2 SUPERINTENDENT ' S MESSAGE TO THE CLASS OF 1977 Your class is leaving Wachusett at the end of an era in American education - the era of innovation, relevance, and options. The combination of a sagging economy and sagging scores on national tests of academic performance have caused the citizenry to demand " Back to basics, " a reemphasis on the 3 R s. We are thankful that the pendulum has not swung so wildly at Wachusett; we have been more conservative than many systems, and we have far less distance to " go back " to basics. I hope that as you continue your education - for you all will do that, whether it be in a school or on a job, - you will try to achieve those attributes which have always marked the well- read, educated (though maybe not schooled) person: the ability to read’and write and speak the English language clearly and effectively; a global viewpoint extending beyond your own locale and time, including the ability to put yourself in the other person ' s shoes, to see how he or she perceives the situation convictions concerning current moral issues; the habit of treating others as you would have them treat you; and finally some particular knowledge or skill which is necessary and in demand, which enables you to earn your own way, if not produce your own food and shelter. Even as we continually reevaluate how well we have served you, we hope we have done well by you, and we wish you well. Edward p y. DR. EDWARD YAGLOU, Superintendent FORREST GILMORE, Director of Special Educa¬ tion PETER FARRELLY, Associate Superintendent DAVID JOHNSON, Business Manager WILLIAM CAREY, Assistant Superintendent jstssm. •a Superintendent’s Secretarial Staff 4 HAROLD M. LANE, JR. , Principal O tnuulut J mU ' J jfiJiJU. ' J uchn o C-l uL, U _HuwLi - M £tuu ' J . J, U C - hM l - ' U t±J ’l3t n J -M ' JXunUliy ttuUulU j ' mltiU O VacfuLMit czf UjLonaf =Hic)(i ScAooC 14OI sMai 1 tStui! cHoCJin, .Wauaefuiiitti 01520 c jjrufuitxaixon — 2Q-Crf7l (SjuJonu tpL — S29-NWJ Dear Members of the Class of 1977 s As I sit down to write this brief message to you for inclusion in your school yearbook, I am conscious that one of the great values in such a book is the memories that it will reawaken years after its publication. Within its pages, years from now, you will rediscover classmates only dimly remebered; events that, in their time, were highlights of your life; and a picture here and there will cause you to remember a whole panorama of happenings. Yes, memories are precious reminders of our past, of good times, of struggles endured and won, and of goals we set for some future time. Memories are important to us because they allow us to lay out the fabric of our lives in a discernible pattern. But let us not forget that memories are but a long-range mitror of our day to day existence and that the qualities of these memories will be determined by how we lived each day. My central message to you is expressed beautifully in the following passage from the Sanskrit : " Look to this day ! For it is life, the very life of life. In its brief course lie all the verities and realities of your existence The Bliss of growth; the Glory of action; The Splendor of beauty; For yesterday is already a dream, and tomorrow is only a vision; But today, well lived, makes every yesterday a dream of happiness. And every tomorrow a vision of hope. Look well, therefore, to this day ! " My hope for you is that you look to each day for its challenges and its rewards so that your tomorrows can look at their yesterdays with pride and happiness. I wish you well in the years ahead in whatever endeavors you choose for yourself. Please keep in touch. Very fxuly your , Harold M. Lane, Jr. Principal 5 NEALT. SKILLINGS, Principal Emeritus HAROLD M. LANE, Principal BETTY CARLSON, Secretary SHIRLEY BJORNLUND, Secretary 6 MARY DER HAGOPIAN, Secretary administration JANE MOULTON, Assistant Principal BERNARD TREMBLAY, Assistant Principal guidance PAUL T. AUDETTE, Director of Guidance ROBERT MORRIS, Special Education BARBARA DUGGAN, Secretary BARBARA ROWELL, Class of 1977 JOHN O ' ROURKE, Class of 1979 8 Look to this day For it is life In its brief course Lie all The realities And truths of existence 10 For yesterday is but a memory and tomorrow is only a vision U But today, well lived makes every yesterday a memory of happiness And every tomorrow a vision of hope. Look well, therefore, to this day. Those having torches, will pass them on to others. Plato, The Republic FREDERICK WARREN, Dept. Head JAMES McLAIN agriculture CHARLES CAMPBELL 20 business ALLI BERRYMAN BEVERLY SPECHT MARY JO DIFONZO RONALD BOUVIER 22 ROSE HOUMERE, Dept. Head M RONALD MARGOLIS JOANN THOMPSON NEIL DAVIDSON 23 CALVIN BRANCHE EDWARD LEONARD GLEN HERSEY A ESTELLE DAVIS fwm DEBORAH SMITH MARCIA PEARSON LOUISE BENNETT BARBARA OWEN NORMAN POULIOT PATRICIA RYDER PAMELA STUBBE NANCY SMITH JANE McTIGUE 27 JEAN WILLIAMS DOROTHY HAYMAN PHILLIP CHAPPELL ROBERT MILES, JR. SUSANNE RUBENSTEIN social studies SANDRA NELSON JOHN BURKE HELEN HAMILTON, Dept. Head SCOTT LJUNGBERG 29 FORREST MINER LOUIS CORNACCHIOLI PAULA PHILBIN LAWRENCE JAQUITH WILLIAM GRIFFIN 30 HARRY LENGAS DAVID RYAN DUANE CORRIVEAU NOLA STOTZ JEANNE PLAZA 31 home economics DONNA MANCUSO, Dept. Head JOAN FERRY ELIZABETH ZUKAS LORETTA WITTIG ZARINA VEUI NORMAN RAYNER, Dept. Head DAVID BIANCHI ROBERT TRIKAKIS industrial arts 33 PHILIP O ' CONNER 34 SETTIMIA BALKO BERNARD FOLEY, Dept. Head SALVATORE SCIARRONE languages CLAIRE HORGAN NANCY MRZYGLOD 35 JENNIFER BAXTER - £ . ' ' .■ ' } . ... V 1 ' . fa 1 ■ ■ ' • • v ■ ’ ii CLAIRE PROVOST TOBY SNELSON physical education MARIANNE WOJCIKI JOHN DOMAINGUE 37 science ROY BAER PATRICIA PROKO RONALD SPAKAUSKAS 39 CATHERINE MAYNARD JOSEPH GENEREUX NORMAN MILLS, Dept. Head PAULINE PERRY 40 WILLIAM RASKU JOSEPH DANIELS DAVID BECKWITH it? 41 msiam.mi£ 3£i s; .7 -r 5 RONALD HOPPER MARGARET SHELDRICK 42 THELMA BLOOM DANIEL TARKIAINEN GEORGE YONKER ALISON BRISTOL 44 ROBERT HEDLUND NORMAN ANDERSON ERROL ETHIER CARMELA McCURDY LAURA BECKWITH special education MICHAEL GAREAU EVE ZINCAVAGE BEVERLY MYERS CHARLES HITCHCOCK CLAIRE GURNEY 46 MELANIE DONEGAN GRACE JONES RUTH JOHNSON study hall monitors SHIRLEY NOWAK LAURA TUCKER 47 special services ROBERTA CHASE, Librarian BETTY SANDQUIST, Library Aide LINDA SALMONSEN, Nurse Out of the strain of doing, Into the peace of done. Julia Woodruff ♦ T Wf SE.H QFI M4ZI-l!Sj£ © wacmusett-q 11 j Wnh Kgs v ■. I 0 jyjJ I KctU I |A i vJ 1 m iff GEORGE ABERNATHY 60 Richards Ave. Paxton MARY AHEARN 180 Marshall St. Paxton " Color my world with hope” O.K. baby . . . groovey . . . Max . . . Steve . . . blue . . . lobster . . . cows . . . music . . . dancing . . . field hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . basketball 2 . . . soft- ball 2 . . . treasurer . . . F.F.A. CHRISTINE LEE AHLSTROM 33 Scenic Dr. Holden " Take each day as it comes and seize all its opportunities . . .for tomorrow might never be. " Skiing . . . mathletes . . . F.A.C. . . . retreats . . . Goobers . . . Sarge . . . N.H.S. . . . the island . . . smile . . . Model U.N. . . . McDonalds . . . Deering . . . K.S.W. SANDRA ANNE ALIX 500 Pleasant St. Paxton " My life is like a walk upon the beach. As near the ocean’s edge as I can go. " O.O.B. . . , flowers . . . rainbows . . . traveling . . . sunny summer days . . . smiles . . . poetry . . . Tho- reau . . . the outdoors. MEREDITH ALLEN 67 Raymond St. Holden " The lunatic is in my head. ” Woodstock Again . . .Yes . . . Skynard . . . Heiniken . . . Fly Higher and Live longer . . . Led Zeppelin . . . Robin Trower . . . Con¬ certs . . . Rhode Island . . . K.O.P. PHILIP ANNETTS 141 Stoneleigh Rd. Holden DAVID ANTHONY ARM¬ STRONG Quinapoxet St. Jefferson LYNDON ANDERSON Twine Rd. Sterling Jet. JUDY LYNN ATKINS 71 Lauielwood Rd. Holden, Mass. " All you touch and all you see is all youi life will ever be. " Washington . . . the ocean . . . parties . . . summers . . . friends . . . Bermuda . . . Ogunquit, Maine . . . cruising . . . pink . . . " The Sound of Silence” RICHARD THOMAS ATKINS Elmwood Ave. Holden MICHAEL BAHLO 38 Birchwood Dr. Holden Your next effort is the most important one. Skiing . . . Out West . . . Being a Dead Head . . . Con¬ certs . . . Glucose . . . The other place . . . Soccer . . . Fredmobile . . . Gotz von Berlichinger . . . 11 . . . The Mountain . . . Salty Dog . . . Washington PETER BAHLO 38 Birchwood Dr. Holden Run off a long shot, maybe try it two times, maybe more. Lit¬ tle to know you ' ve shoes to wear when you find the floor; why hold out for more? JOSEPH GEORGE BALYK 412 Wachusett St. Holden ’’Man made alcohol, God made grass. Who do you trust most? " 63 Chevy 350 . . . Cars . . . Chevys . . . Girls . . . Snowmobiles . . . Bass guitar . . . Parties . . .. Michelob . . . Gold . . . Polish . . . Marlboro . . . RACE CARS . . . L.V. . . . K.O.P. THOMAS WHITE BANKS 66 Holden St. Holden " Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. " John Muir. Philmont Staff . . . Backpacking . . . White Mountains . . . 4000-footers . . . Wilderness . . . Colora¬ do ' s Rockies . . . Appalachian Mountain Club . . . Sierra Club . . . April in Paris JEFFERY JOHN BANNON 220 Grove St. Paxton " Notliing is a waste of time if you use the experience wisely. " Skiing . . . 6th period Arby ' s . . . Basketball . . . Baseball . . . Hutch . . . F.I.C. DONNA FRANCES BARBER 17 Forestdale Rd. Paxton Lovely to see you again my friend, walk along with me to the next bend. BO . . . 5 29 76 . . . M.T. . . .So. Carolina . . . LZ 53 SUSAN VALERIE BARRETT 663 Salisbury St. Holden " Be not what others want you to be, Instead, be yourself " dance . . . ailey . . . gym¬ nastics . . . cheering football . . . outdoors . . . music . . . dreams snowstorms . . . degas . . . oceans BARRY BATEMAN 1479 Main St. Holden " The Harder the conflict. The more glorious the triumph " Soccer . . . Skiing . . . Aero . . . Snowmobiling . . . Hiking CARMELO STEVE BAZZANO 32 Pinecroft Ave. Holden " We are the unwilling . . , led by the unqualified ... to do the unnecessary for the ungrateful " Carmen . . . The Beatles . . . The other place . . . Grateful Dead . . . Washing¬ ton . . . " The Ford " . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . co¬ captain DEBORAH A. BEDARD 10B Burtenmar Circle Paxton " To multiply your happiness try dividing it with others. " Blue and Green . . . the beach . . . Business Club . • . Mathletes . . . 212 . . . Green Harbor . . . Mystec . . . Really? spaghetti KEVIN EDWARD BEAUPRE 17 Walnut Dr. Sterling Porky . . . Greenmeadow Lodge . . . Millers Childstudy . . . Summer . . . Bowling . . . There are only three days in a week yesterday, today, tomorrow. Take the Blinders off, Bring j unk to Buxton ' s Win¬ ston ' s DALE ELLEN BENNETT 9 Birchwood Dr. Holden Summer ' 76 ... Field Hockey . . . Track . . . N.H.S. . . . Art . . . Life- guarding . . . My family . . . Teaque and the animal ias . . . Skiing New England . . . Having my friends . . . Life . . . " You grow up the day you have your first real laugh at yourself " TIMOTHY BERGE 4 Briarcliff Lane Holden Roof eye . . . Cranking Lynard Skynard tunes . . . Free Bird . . . Ski Club . . . Skiing, skiing, and skiing . . . Work- study . . . Getting away back backing . . . Cruisin around . . . Buzzzz JAMES BERRY Glenwood Rd. Rutland " Rock and Roll all Night and Party Every Day. " fender . , . strat . . . ampeg g412 . . . yes Led Zeppelin . . . Black Sabbath , . . Aerosmith . . . Kiss . . . Sacrifice . . . Sweet Leaf . . . Madeira 12-string . . . Heinekin Southern Comfort 54 DEBRA ANN BETTKE 80 Birchwood Dr. Holden " Find your way, for none may know it just as you may. " " Babs” . . . " D " . . . ski¬ ing . . . Loggins and Messina . . . Washington ' 76 . . . Moto-x (cv; Lun) (8 28 76) . . . basketball cheering CURT BLOOD 262 Pleasant St. Paxton If the sky ' s your limit, you’d better have a tall ladder . . . Kathy . . , WRHS Band . . . All Eastern MYWE . . . New England ' 76 GERRY HARLAND BLOOD JR. 327 Shrewsbury St. Holden " The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge. " The desire to live and pay the price until you are the best . . . Nancy . . . Bloodsy . . . January 1, 1976 . . . Varsity Hockey . . . hill climbs . . . circles . . . Varsity baseball VICTOR BOISSEAU 30 Marlen Rd. Holden DONNA RAE BOND 76 Pommogussett Rd. Rutland " In prayer it is better to have a heart without words than words without a heart. " Business Club 10, 11, 12 . . . Steak and Pizza . . . Blue and Pink . . . hiking . . . soft- ball . . . bowling . . . friends . . . concerts ANDREW HATHAWAY BORDEN 7 Goulding Rd. Sterling Freshman Band . . . W.P.I. . . . Chevy . . . KATHERINE BOREZO 525 Pleasant St. Paxton ' You can ' t live in the past nor in the future. Live now and be thankful. " Sylvester . . . Morris . . . Music . . . Accordian . . . Business Club . . . New York . . . Celtics . . . ice hockey . . . lasagne KAREN ANN BOUCHARD 162 Chapel St. Holden " Those who love deeply never grow old; they may die of old age, but they die young. ' ' P.C. . . . Feb. 9 . . . " lit¬ tle ones " . . . poems . . . stuffed animals . . . smile . . . blue . . . Whole Bunch DAVID BOUDREAU 10 Holden Rd. Paxton BRYAN C. BOUSQUET Mixter Rd. Holden " Money is like a sixth sense - and you can ' t make use of the other five without it. " LP . . . Cape . . . Parties . . . Music . . . J. Geils Band . . . Mitch . . . YJ . . . Week-ends . . . S.S. . . . Gld . . . MAD BARRY L. BOUTELLE JR. Mixter Rd. Holden KRISTEN BOWDEN 2 John St. Holden " Remembrance is the only par¬ adise out of which we cannot be driven. " flute . . . band . . . singers . . . B.C. . . . B.L. . . . exchanges . . . festivals . . . walking . . . Autumn . . . East Beach . . . Tunbridge . . . Kancamagus . . . N.H.S. ... " ’ey chick " . . . T.W.F. . . . friends JUDY BOYCE Colorado Dr. Holden " Be sure you put your feet in the right place, and they stand firm. " J-Day . . . Dance . . . J.R.P. . . . Student Govern¬ ment . . . N.H.S. . . . F.N.H.S. . . . skiing . . . M.J.M. DEBORAH MAY BRACKETT RFD Worcester Rd. Princeton " People don ' t care how much you know; until they know how much you care. " " Debbie " . . . Music . . . Ganderbrook . . . Crossroad . . . Lynnfield . . . bowling . . . Eagles - " I wish you peace " . . . Wachusett JOHN MacKENZIE BRANDES 55 Centerwood Dr. Holden " Better to light one candle than to curse the darkness. ' ' Football mgr. 1, 2 . . . Bas¬ ketball mgr. 2,3. . . Sailing 2, 3 . . .Ski Club 3,4. . . Lighting Tech 4 . . . Archi- tectufe . . . Moody Beach . . . " JBM?” . . . " Dea¬ con " . . . Pool . . . " Do it - Do it right " MICHAEL BRENNAN Wachusett St. Holden 56 DAVID J. BREWER 256 Chapel St. Holden ' ’ Be yourself. Do what you want to do. Live Free. ' ' Parties . . . Cape Cod . . . Dune Buggying . . . Hunting . . . Fishing . . . Basketball 1. 2, 3. 4 . . . W.D.C. Trip . . . Friends . . . " Which way to the beach? " . . . etc. TRACY E. BRIGGS Worcester Rd. Princeton " Give me a quiet stream, a place to dream, time alone in a world of my own. ' ' Honolulu . . . 12 10 73 . . . N.H. . . . Summer of ' 76 . . . Mexico . . . Basketball . . . Softball . . . concerts . . . " Tootles " PAUL BRIGHAM 47 Oakcrest Rd. Holden " The greatest thi ng in the world is to know how to be suf¬ ficient to oneself. " Baseball . . . Misquamicut . . . The Beatles . . . Hampton Beach . . . P.A. . . . Florida . . . " Brigsy " . . . Art ' s SCOTT D. BROWN 91 Sunnyside Ave. Holden Chevy Caprice . . . Camaro . . . DEBBY . . . February 16, 1976 . . . Junior Prom . . . Hampton Beach . . . Fast Cars . . . MILLER ' S . . . Blue . . . " You only live once - do it right” STEPHEN H. BROWN 651 Salisbury St. Holden JOANNE C. BRUNELLE 42 West St. Paxton " Sorrow surrounds a single per¬ son , but a smile gives the touch to faces of many.’ " Stairway to Heaven " . . . beaches . . . freedom . . . buzzin ' . . . dreams . . . emotions . . . black . . . summers . . . cruisin ' . . . Yes . . . Dance . . . party¬ ing . . . memories JOYCE AGNES BRUNELL 14 Lincoln Circle Paxton " I ' ll find a way or make one. " open spaces . . . dancing . . . snow skiing . . . sports . . . cheering . . . Cricket . . . swimming . . . hot summer days . . . water skiing . . . good friends . . . laughing . . . PT . . . hav¬ ing fun . . . " memories " . . . N.H.S. . . . F.N.H.S. TIMOTHY HENRY BRUNELLE 176 West St. Paxton " Yesterday is today and today is yesterday, but tomorrow is in a class all by itself. ” cards . . . Bowling . . . Friends . . . Goodtimes 57 MICHAEL SCOTT BUCKAU 23 Monticello Dr. Paxton Motorcycles Forever . . . Motocrossin ' . . . North Waterboro Motocross Park . . . Stoned Again ... I Seen All Stoned People Turn Their Head ' s Each Day So Sat¬ isfied I ' m On My Way . . . Led Zeppelin . . . Rock n ' Roll. GREGORY BURKE 32 Lancelot Dr. Paxton SARAH ELLEN BURKE Worcester Rd. Princeton " For those who love, time is eternity ' ' Ski Club . . . Child Study . . . Wednesday nights . . . snowstorms . . . labor day . . . turk . . . the beach at sunset . . . budsy . . . tequila sunrises . . . boogie¬ ing . . . squrd . . . K.O.P. . . . N. H. . . . spoons . . . punt. PENNY BURROWS Greenland Rd. Sterling Penelope . . . Torino . . . music green . . . Bermuda . . . flying . . . swimming . . . camping PAMELA R. BURTT 7 Ledyard Rd. Paxton " Love never reaches its fullest meaning until you ' ve felt the unforgettable loss of it. " P.J. . . . sunrise? . . . memories . . . April . . . skiing . . . plants . . . Eagles . . . " Hey Bum " . . . " Pal " . . . Family + Friends . . . GIVE . . . to be me. CHRISTOPHER CURTIS CAIAZZI 37 Bean Rd. Sterling Jet. " Make life a slow ride, take it easy. 1 ' 3C . . . Hockey . . . G.M. . . . Wachusett Auburn Battles ... Jet Gang . . . scenes in F-100 . . . parties . . . stooges . . . The Farm . . . Wholelotta love . . . Bring back the Beatles. MICHEAL JOHN CAREY 3 Redemption Rock Tr. Sterling Robin . . . football . , . M.Y.F. camping . . . Maine . . . Ogunquit Beach . . . Summer of " 76 " . . . chevy . . . Robin. DAVID CARLSON Pommagussett Rd. Rutland 58 I WENDY JANE CARLSON 25 Griffin Rd. Sterling ' I’ll see you on the dark side of the moon. ' ’ Skiing . . . Brown Cow . . . Hedgehogs . . . ELP . . . Goons . . . Dharma . . . Deja vu . . . Isn ' t life strange . . . Tull . . . Sixes Y . . . Dogs in Ecstasy . . . Dinsdale . . . Hare Krishna ROASLYN L. CARRELLI 14 Briarcliff Lane Paxton My past experiences of love and friendship are memories I will treasure and keep with me for¬ ever. My Family ... Jr. Prom ... All my Friends . . . F.N.H.S. . . . Poons . . . Closer to You . . . Just Being Me. VINCENT PETER CASTELLANI East County Rd. Rutland Vinny . . . Italians make bet¬ ter lovers . . . Bikes . . . Cars . . . Music . . . Aeros- mith . . . Zeppelin . . . Kiss . . . Yes . . . Guitars . . . Sound Effects . . . Special Effects . . . " Chada " HEATHER CASWELL 68 Plymouth Rd. Holden " Even if I knew that tomorrow the world would go to pieces, I would still plant my apple tree. ' ’ Gymnastic Team . . . Field Hockey . . . Tennis . . . Track . . . Basketball . . . " Ruff” . . . Outing Club . . . Space Waif CHARLES CHANAKAI Brook Station Rd. Princeton MARIANNE CHAPATES 391 Salisbury St. Holden CHERYL ANN CHRISTO Lincoln Ave. Holden " Times keeps on slipping into the future. " P.G. . . . Summer of ' 74 . . . Cape . . . February 13, 1977 ANNE CHRYSOSTOM Chamock Rd. Rutland 8 59 SUSAN BETH CLARK 116 Greenwood Parkway Holden " Those who have nothing can share nothing; those who are going nowhere can have no fel¬ low travelers. ' ' Poetry . . . Music . . . Art . . . Little Kids . . . ELLEN J. COBLENTZ 4 Alrene Dr. Paxton " Still Crazy After All These Years. " L’Chaim . . . Summer . . . Beaches . . . Florida . . . N.Y. . . . Jewelry . . . U.S.Y. . . . J.C.C. . . . B.B.Y.O. . . . B.B.G. . . . A.Z.A. . . . K ' Tonton . . . " Coblinski " . . . Staff Soft- ball Games . . . Art . . . Music . . . Earth, Wind and Fire . . . Ping Pong . . . Tennis. KATHLEEN ANNE CONNELL 170 Richards Ave. Paxton " To every sunrise there ' s a new beginning, to every sunset a memory. ' ' Kath . . . gymnastics team . . . football cheering . . . dance . . . ocean . . . flow¬ ers .. . Summer 76 . . . RACC . . . ARC . . . Ruffles . . . JG . . . Camping . . . friends. ANDREW J. CONRAD Malden St. Holden All right . . . Suzuki . . . Maverick . . . Parties . . . Concerts . . . Good old days . . . Bird. JUDITH TERESA COOK 7 Forest Hill Dr. Rutland Oh nonpiere . . . Kevin . . . 13 . . . Buck Hill . . . Shoe¬ lace 374 . . . Kimble-Lee . . . neighborhood . . . Belly Whopper . . . float . . . Penthouse . . . Joanie bologna . . . KandyKane . . . Seal . . . Whimp . . . Big Shot . . . Track . . . Clef . . . Swimming . . . field hockey . . . Skating . . . " The Way we were. " KAREN MARIE CORBIN 2 Walnut Dr. Sterling " We never know the true value of friends until we leave them. ' ' Field Hockey . . . Dance Theatre . . . Washington . . . Matt . . . F.H.A. , . . Junior Prom . . . Myrtle Beach, S.S. CAROL LEE COREY 12 Briarcliff Lane Holden " One must cultivate one ' s own garden.” Voltaire . . . art . . . dancing . . . Hey, Sprout . . . my box . . . pillow fights . . . Congo Squares . . . walking . . . the sea . . . Nicky flowers . . . museums. JEANE JULIA CORRIGAN 17 Hemlock Dr. Holden " Til we meet again may God hold you in the palm of his hand. " Lobster . . . Child Study . . . Dance Club . . . horse¬ back riding . . . The Eagles . „ . Old Saybrook . . . crabbing . . . Provincetown . . . excellent . . . my fam¬ ily. 60 LINDA CORTRIGHT 3 Sunset Dr. Sterling Jet. Band . . . remember the trip to Virginia . . . travel . . . blue and green . . . Florida and Maine . . . swimming . . . camping . . . music . . . Gene PATRICIA COSTA 6 Belmont St. Sterling " Just be yourself ... if they ' re really your friends they already know how crazy you are! " David . . . Ice Hockey . . . Cheering . . . Green Machine . . . Child Study . . . Wash¬ ington . . . Lordy ' s . . . Par¬ ties . . . " Tull " . . . friends . . . Family . . . Pattie SANDRA LEA COULOMBE 13 Woodridge Rd. Holden " And in the end the love you make is equal to the love you take. " Beatles . . . soccer games . . . S H . . . " What a doll! " . . . lots of great friends . . . " Baby Blue " . . . Washington trip TIMOTHY EDWARD COUTURE 6 Oakwood Rd. Rutland " Cooch " . . . Gymnastic Club . . . Gymnastic Team . . . Soccer . . . " Make the most of yourself without mak¬ ing yourself someone else. " LORNA M.G. CREELMAN 63 Arizona Ave. Holden " . . . the forest will echo wi th laughter . . . " Comet Pond . . . Hendrix . . . Fly Like an Eagle . . . G.G. and H.T. Forever . . . oceans away . . . Yes . . . Chinese food Walden ' s Pond . . . ceramics . . . Cliff . . . concerts . . . sunsets . . . K.O.P.-K.A.P. KAREN LINDA CROCKETT 42 Walnut Terrace Holden " Let your troubles be as high as the clouds, and your worries as deep as the oceans. " Black . . . Wine . . . Prime Rib . . . Family . . . D.S. children . . . friends . . . baseball game PAMELA SUE CROSS 24 Forest Hill Dr. Rutland " If you go through life without loving someone, you haven’t lived.” Bird . . . Homecoming ”76 " ... ski club . . . Dance Club . . . ”58 " blue Oldsmo- bile . . . swimming . . . drive-in movies . . . B.M. SUSAN LEE CROSS 10 Briarcliff Lane Paxton " The moment may be tempo¬ rary, but the memory is for¬ ever. " Sue . . . friends . . . puppies . . . the beach . . . Nan¬ tucket . . . snow storms . . . softball . . . kitties. 61 JO-ANNE CRYSTOFF 1567 Main St. Jefferson " I stand amid the roar of a surf tormented shore, and hold within my hand grains of the golden sand. " Casablanca . . . Greenhouse . . . Acadia . . . Plum Island . . . Tanglewood . . . snow . . . Konica . . . lgy JANICE PATRICIA CURTIN 161 Parker Ave. Holden " . . . And if you listen very hard, the tune will come to you at last, when all are one and one is all. ” W.F.D. . . . 6 5 76 . , . Irving . . . 88 . . . Getting lost. SHARON KAY CURTIS 892 Main St. Holden " Unselfish love is not loving yourself less but loving others more. ' ' Michael ... 73, 74, 75, 76 . . . GLOUCESTER ... Pip . . . R.A. and R.A. . . . Mountain climbing 75 and 76 . . . Child Study . . . Wrin¬ kles . . . Skiing . . . Foot¬ ball . . . B.I. JOAN CUSSON 38 Streeter Rd. Paxton " Life is short, but I’m short¬ er!” OH Repiere . . . Lady Bug . . . 375 . . . neighborhood . . . Pudge . . , Puck . . . Shoelace . . . 4 ' 11V4 " . . . Bugz . . . Seal . . . Cookie . . . Big Shot . . . The Wiz . . . Munchie . . . Dance . . . Horseback Riding . . . Skiing . . . Softball . . . Hockey KIRSTEN HEIDI DAVIDSON 399 Shrewsbury St. Holden " I know not what the future holds, but I know who holds the future.’’ Homecoming . . . F.H.A. . . .N.H.S. . . . Friendlies . . . 1 1 76 . . . Hi-League . . . Seekers . . . Friends . . . Excellent . . . Thanks Lo rd . . . CHERYL ANN DAVIS Meeting House Hill Rd. Sterling " Acquaintances you meet in the sunshine. True friends you meet in the rain.” Horseback Riding, Dressage, Good Movies . . . Packing 8- Tracks. LEESA ANN DAW Putnam Rd. Holden " Memories make warm com¬ panions. " " Doc” . . . Club Putnam . . . parties . . . quarts . . . friends . . . The Recre¬ ation . . . Summer ”75” . . . Florida . . . Cape Cod " 76 " . . . Rye . . . Snow¬ storms ... V. Basketball Cheerleader 3,4. . . laugh¬ ing . . . it’s been real! . . . " Roundabout. " SUSAN ANDREA DEAN 44 Scenic Dr. Holden " Two roads diverged into the woods - I took the one less traveled and that made all the difference. " Friends . . . Hockey ... 10 18 76 . . . Washington . . . Sal-Babes . . . The L’s . . . Student Council (Pres.) . . . opal necklace . . . S. 62 GEORGE ARTHUR DEBS 20 Birchwood Dr. Holden " Man struggles to find life out¬ side himself, unaware that the life he is seeking is within him. ' ' Gibran . . . Football . . . Tennis . . . Track . . . Nebs . . . " Are you slow! " . . . Bentley . . . Beaches . . . 89F . . . I.B.B. . . . Sun¬ shine MICHAEL E. DECOTEAU 96 Homestead Rd. Holden " As natural selection works solely by and for the good of each being, all corporeal and mental endowments will tend to progress toward perfection. " Yessongs . . . PDP - 11 . . . Change we must as surely time does. MYRIAM PATRICIA deMARKEN 26 Laurelwood Rd. Holden I want to thank all the people who helped me get a good edu¬ cation . BERNARD P. DEMERS 1 Talbot St. Holden " If you ' re not having fun, then you know you ' re doing some¬ thing wrong. ' ' Bernie . . . Skiing . . . Intense . . . Canada . . . Pink Floyd . . . Lordy ' s . . . L.D.A. . . . B.W. . . . 8 7 75 . . . Deer Island . . . The Cape . . . Molson G. A. KENNETH DEMORANVELLE 2 Cheryl Ann Dr. Rutland JAMES M. DeNUBILA 62 Streeter Rd. Paxton Bass Fishin ' . . . Good Music . . . Hockey Games . . . Weekends . . . Weekends without Homework . . . Base¬ ball . . . Being Outdoors 8 63 DANIEL A. DESROCHES 958A Wachusett St. Holden WILFRED F. DESROSIERS JR. 32 West St. Paxton " A man can do all tilings if he will. " Jan . . . Track . . . Gym¬ nastics . . . private property . . . 6 5 76. JODI LYNN DEWOLFE 3 Alpha Rd. Holden " The moments pass so quickly but the memories are forever. ' ’ Marc 2 2 74 ... Ski Club G.G.G. . . . Senior Prom " 73 ' . . . Dance Theatre . . . C.S.Y. . . . W.P. House. . . H.J. ' s 3:00 A.M. PAULC. DOE 38 Sherwood Hill Dr. Holden Doeboy . . . GTO . . . Jethro Tull . . . Parties . . . Black River . . . " Life is like a party, you better enjoy it now because it may not be here tomorrow. ’ ’ SARAH JANE DOHERTY Town Farm Rd. Princeton " You don’t realize how good sleep is until you have to get up. " Sally . . . sophomore year . . . times . . . Miller Highs . . . friends . . . stars . . . Libra . . . KOP CHARLES DONALDSON 176 Redstone Hill Sterling NANCY M. DONOVAN 97 Highland St. Holden " For every sunrise there is a dream, for every sunset, a memory. ” Dancing . . . Gymnastics . . . H.R. Rep. . . . J.V. Football Cheerleader . . . V. Basketball Cheerleader . . . Summer 76 . . . Cape Cod . . . Hampton . . . The Hill . . . Let ' s Eat . . . Snow . . . Friends. MELINDA JEAN DOW 21 Forest Hill Dr. Rutland " Go amid the noise and haste, but remember what peace there is in silence. ' ' 4-H . . . French Club (sec.) . . . Latin Club . . . cos¬ tumes . . . Band . . . bass clarinet . . . piano . . . fid¬ dle . . . animals . . . horti¬ culture . 64 KELLEY FRANCES DOWNER Lauielwood Rd. Sterling " Life isn ' t worth living unless you ' re waiting for the one you love. ” Charlie . . . Oct. 11, 1974 . . . USN . . . Kell . . . Tull . . . My Family . . . Chinese Food . . . Jug . . . My Animals . . . The Cape . . . Friends . . . Outdoors . . . Memories LAURIE DUBRULE 1 Merry Lane Paxton THOMAS DUCHARME 3 Indian Hill Rd. Paxton " The Love of life is a many splendored thing, if you can live it with somebody else. ' ' Skiing . . . Parties . . . Shiela . . . Aerosmith . . . Living . . . Study ... Ha . . . A.A. MATTHEW JOHN DUFAULT 777 Salisbury St. Holden " Be not wary of change, for variety is the spice of life. ' ' Swim Team . . . Cross Coun¬ try .. . Spring Track . . . Junior Prom . . . Kare TERRANCE DUFFY 44 Osgood Rd. Sterling SHEILA DUNN 6 Knoll wood Rd. Paxton " The mind is bound by many cords of logic and reason, while the heart is often bound by the invisible thread of a single memory. ' ' LAUREN M. DUPONT 166 Holden St. Holden " There are two ways of spread¬ ing light: be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. " T.A.S. . . . 9 24 76 . . . Homecoming ' 76 . . . Stair¬ way to Heaven . . . Memories . . . Red . . . " Dream On " JANE ANN EAGAN 85 Surrey Lane Holden " A friend is someone you can tell old jokes to . . . and still get laughs. ' ' Gymnastics . . . Spring Track . . . Cross Country . . . Acadia . . . Washington, D.C. . . . Y.E.S. ... Ski Club . . . Yearbook . . . Outing Club . . . " Tickets " . . . N.H.S. . . . 65 NANCY ELLEN EASTMAN 1093 Wachusett St. Holden " Just like a summer breeze, a friend is gentle, warm, and kind. ' ' Life . . . Mom and Dad . . . St. Bernard ' s . . . Sunshine . . . Sister 2 . . . Florida . . . Day by Day . . . Child Study . . . Snow Flakes . . . Smiles KATHLEEN ECKERT 12 Osgood Rd. Sterling " Can’t get upset, can ' t be afraid you just have to have a nice day. " Brandy and Doage . . . Green Capri . . . W.B. ... the Summit . . . Sundays at the pool . . . Good Times Shared With My Buddies WILLIAM JOSEPH EDDY 1226 Main St. Holden " After completing four years at Wachusett, I realize that I have learned more than English and Math. ’ ' Bill . . . Tennis . . . Golf . . . Basketball . . . Ski . . . Friends . . . Philadel¬ phia . . . Cards . . . Atlan¬ tic City . . . Weekends LYNDA CHRISTINE EAGAN 20 Bird St. Sterling " Gentle moments and fond memories bring us closer to facing the realities of tomor¬ row . ' ' Joey . . . 10 31 75 . . . Snuggle Bugs . . . Vans . . . " Doodle Dandy” . . . Child Study . . . mountains . . . hiking . . . sunset . . . friends . . . my babe CYNTHIA ANN ELLIOTT 18 Woodland Rd. Holden Basketball . . . Softball . . . N.H.S. . . . F.N.H.S. Dupont . . . Green Triumph (Black Mustang) . . . Blue Jeep . . . Bombed . . . Bar¬ rister’s . . . Yes . . . Pin! Floyd . . . Woodie Allen . . . Monty Python PETER R. EWICK 17 Anthony Dr. Holden Dance Theatre Group . . . " Tommy and West Side Story " . . . " The Wiz " . . . April 9, 1976 . . . Mambo - Pop¬ corn . . . Dance Vibrations 2,000 - Model U.N. . . . November 1, 1976 . . . Dance . . . Darcee . . . December 13, 1975 JANET ADAMS F1FIELD 33 Harrington Dr. Holden " Live life to the fullest " Field Hockey . . . Central District . . . All-State . . . New England . . . National Honor Society . . . German Honor Society . . . Swimming . . . The Beach . . . Singing . . . Laughing. JAMES D. FOGARTY 18 Fairchild Dr. Holden " Joined in the living day, if there ' s an answer, it ' s just that way.’ ' Fog . . . Private Pilot . . . Cessna Skyhawk . . . Joann . . . Take care my friends, it ' s been fun! 66 MARIE P. FOLEY 104 Holden St. Holden " Every year Is getting shorter, never seem to find the time. " Summer of 74 and 76 . . . Cape . . . " the hill " GRANT EDWIN FORSBERG North St. Holden " If I leave here tomorrow would you still remember me.” BETSY . . .skiing . . . the vinney . . . Crosby and Nash . . . Skynard . . . Fuzz Moose’s Antics . . . Shots . . . Yearbook . . . Gibbo ' s . . . Free Bird . . . Maine . . . Nubble Light . . . Dylan . . . FU.M.M. . . . Ski Club . . . What Ever . . . DEBRA A. FOX 45 Maple St. Sterling " The pathway to glory is a long road it seems; but dawn is breaking and full day will soon be upon us " 10-26-76 . . . J.C. . . . love, faith, hope RICHARD FOX 10 Centerwood Dr. Holden " The greatest happiness in life is being loved for yourself; more correctly being loved in spite of yourself. " Foxy . . . girls . . . best friends . . . laughter . . . concerts . . . Aerosmith . . . dates . . . chess-team . . . Be real TRACEY FOX 93 Homestead Rd. Holden " Enjoy, dream and live for today for tomorrow may bring only sadness ' ' J.R.B. . . . Summer of 76 . . . Doobie Brothers Crystal . . . Cape Cod . . . C. S. Y. . . . Cruisin RACHEL FREED 40 Kendall Rd. Jefferson If I am not for myself, who will be? Band . . . singers . . . band council . . . H.D.T. read¬ ing, writing, talking ... the view from 203 . . . you guys Rach . . . thanks . . . MR.M SUZANNE FOSTER 22 Walnut St. Holden " Do not play this piece fast. It is never right to play Ragtime fast . . . ” Scott Joplin . . . Colorado- Elmer . . . J.M.F.-Elton ' 76 . . . Sailing . . . " The Great One " . . . precious-s- s-s . . . T-T-F-N- STEPHEN JOHN FREESE 85 Wyndhurst Dr. Holden Life is a campaign not a battle, it has its victories and defeats . . . skiing . . . track . . . Beatles . . . Eric Clapton . . . CHILDHOODS END . . . I WILL FEAR NO EVIL . . . The note in one’s eye 67 THOMAS M. FREITAS 10 Chestnut Hill Rd. Holden Golf . . . Basketball . . . Freiti . . . Summer Time . . . Snow Days . . . Sleep¬ ing In . . . E.L.P. . . . The only thing worse than a slice is a shank. WILLIAM RICHARD FULGINITI 7 Squantum Rd. Paxton Swimming . . . Hoops . . . Sox . . . Celts . . . Chicago . . . Friends . . . Feets . . . Fugi . . . " It is not what he has, or even what he does which expresses the worth of a man, but what he is. " DAVID W. GABREE 40 Edgewood Dr. Hollen " Gabe " . . . Skiing . . . Lordy ' s . . . Yes . . . Tull . . . Mustang . . . wild tur¬ key ... P. C. ... Ah, Canada! . . . Ah, MolsonH” TRACY C. GAGER 15 Meadow Wood Dr. Holden " In dreams and love there are no impossibilities. ' ' Library Club . . . Reflections . . . R and N . . . Fred . . . Writing . . . Star Trek . . . B.B. . . . Elvis . . . " Are there really four of you? " . . . Books LINDA LEE GAGNE Ball Hill Rd. Princeton " A friend is someone who loves you even after they know you. " Chuck . . . Partying . . . Concerts . . . Traveling . . . Friendship . . . Memories . . . " The more I accept me, the more I can accept you. " . . . K.S. HOLLY GAMBLIN Pine View Rd. Sterling Junction " Yesterday ' s projection will never really know what tomor¬ row ' s recollection must surely show. ’ ' Susan ' s Good Idea . . . James Thurber . . . The Pet Depart¬ ment . . . Pentel Pens . . . Hobbits . . . Racy Weekends KAREN LEE GATES Esty Road Princeton " Cherish yesterday . . . dream tomorrow . . . live today. " Herby . . . Bummed . . . Hampton . . . O Street . . . Summer of ' 76 . . . Spring Time . . . Roses . . . W.B. . . . The Rest Area . . . P Street . . . Huh? . . . My Friends! SUSAN ELIZABETH GAULD 8 Princeton Rd. Sterling " My interest is in the future, because I want to spend the rest of my life there. " Charles Ket¬ tering . Mark . . . Friends and Family . . . The Weather . . . Books . . . Life 68 PETER EUGENE GEOFFROY 241 Highland St. Holden " Feeling stronger Every Day. " Scorpio . . . Cars . . . Ten¬ nis . . . Boston . . . The Raspberry . . . High Honors . . . S.A.I.N.T.S. . . . Stairway to Heaven . . . Mus¬ tang. REBECCA A. GEORGE 4 Wendover Rd. Holden " Love and happiness bring beauty to everyone they touch. " Dance Club . . . Ski Club . . . Glenn W. . . . February 21, 1976 . . . " yes dear " . . . Drive-ins . . . Junior Prom . . . Homecoming " 76. " NORMA GIARD 57 Homestead Rd. Holden DARRELL TIMOTHY GIBBS 92 Fort Sumter Dr. Holden " Time is never around when you need it. " E.K.G. . . . ' Ree and ' Rell . . . The Vinney . . . Boots . . . April Fool? . . . Who shot J.F.K.? . . . " D " . . . The Movie . . . " Twoo " . . . Gibbo’s . . . Brews ... ' 75 Sox . . . Carson and Snyder . . . " Golden Rumor " DAVID GIBBS 27 Brentwood Dr. Holden JOHN GILMORE 383 Reservoir St. Holden Now come the decisions - " Where do we go from here? " Concerts . . . Aerosmith . . . Chicago . . . Water- skiing - Lake Huron . . . " Work, work, work! " . . . Yearbook Staff . . . " Playing Football - Getting Buffed " . . . " A drink to 4 great years! " . . . " Take it easy. " DAVID ROBERT GOODALE Hiltop Dr. Sterling Jet. " Live for the music. ’ ' D.G. . . . Jet. Gang . . . Basketball . . . Florida . . . 9 26 75 . . . Stooges . . . Bruce G. . . . Goob . . . The farm . . . skiing . . . Hustler . . . Summer . . . McDonalds . . . Stones . . . Baseball . . . C-maro . . . A. Cooper . . . parties . . . Snake . . . Quint . . . Sab¬ bath, Bloody Sabbath . . . Memories. GARY READ GOODHILE Manning St. Holden " I am a great believer in luck, the harder I work the more I seem to have. " Goody . . . football - track . . . spring musical . . . basketball games . . . L.D.C.C. . . . Pepsi . . . tight night . . . Beach Boys . . . Nottingham . . . Orbit. 69 JOHN GRIFFIN 61 West St. Paxton SHARON LYNN GRIFFIN 291 Main St. Rutland " Freedom’s just another word for nothing left to lose. ' ’ Freshman Field Hockey . . . J.V. Basketball ... To each his own . . . Beatles . . . Steak . . . French Fries . . . People . . . growing together . . . sunny summers . . . the beach . . . living. JEFFREY MICHAEL GRIBOUSKI 6 Steele Street Holden " Shrub” . . . " Love is a feel¬ ing not a word " - " Ruthie " skiing . . . sailing . . . camping . . . Schlitz . . . Tequila . . . Hendrix . . . Beyond OZONE " Nobody asks you where you are going. Nobody knows where you ' re from " Bad-Com . . . Ocean Park 73 . . . Prom Party 75 . . . ski¬ ing . . . Walking Bruce . . . gotcha . . . dance . . . sea¬ gulls . . . Washington 76 . . . T.M. ... Cape Cod poems . . . Bye SHARON MARY GREENLAW Silver Spring Rd. Holden " Tis better to love one man lots than to love lots of men little. " Myrtle Beach . . . S.C. . . . summers . . . good friends . . . snowmobiling . . . June 29 foxy ... fun times . . . waterskiing . . . ”2 " mus¬ tangs . . . red NANCY GRENIER Central Tree Rd. Rutland " We strive, we undergo all of our thoughts but still life goes on and the universe is one. We are all of beam of life. ' ' Ki. Kilroy . . . Having fun TIMOTHY GRANGER 114 Bailey Rd. Holden Happiness must follow happi¬ ness lest past pleasures become tomorrow ' s pair. G.D.B. . . . tennis . . . Districts . . . States horses . . . Sarhe . . . Tige . . . yum-yums . . . friends . . . retreats . . . goobers . . . McDonalds . . . Beatles . . . Maine . . . ocean . . . Eng¬ land Summer of 76 . . . Silence KATHY ANN GRENIER 916 Wachusett St. Holden " I believe in my right to be right and still move in my right to be wrong " Hockey . . . Concerts . . . Dave Mason . . . KOP KATHRYN DENISE GREEN 46 Walnut St. Holden 70 CATHERINE M. GUSHA 6 Wyoming Dr. Holden Give to the world the best you have and the best will come back to you. " Gush " . . . Treasurer 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball cheerlead¬ ing 2, 3 . . . Gymnastics Team . . . Koinonia ... 8 28 76 Loggins and Messina . . . photography A.R.C. When it finally comes time to leave, I really don ' t want to g?» S.A.O. . . . 9-4 . . . severe munchy . . . veg . . . Sue . . . S.M. . . . Rebel . . . S.A.G. . . . M.E. BRIAN DAVID GROVER 305 Princeton Rd. Sterling " Wishing for a fantastic future is just wishing; knowing that it’s coming is assurance. " penguins . . . the Eagles . . . Boston . . . the ocean . . . seafood . . . N.H.S. . . . F.N.H.S. . . . varsity tennis . . . talking with Eddy . . . Harold Solomon DAVID RUSSELL HACKETT Stanjoy Rd. Holden ROBERT P. GRIMLEY 3 Mower St. Paxton AMY JUDITH HAGBERG Brooks Station Rd. Princeton CLAUDIA JANE HALL 592 Pleasant St. Paxton " Oh mother the sky has me pinned to the beach I ' ll never come home . . . " Agassiz . . . sailing . . . Acadia . . . E.J.B.C. . . . Andrew Wyeth . . . ocean . . . Kennebunk . . . Sam . . . Maine. SUSAN MARIE HADLEY 622 Shrewsbury St. Holden Someone try to tell me What I ' ll be now and then But, Just what I want to be I ' ll be in the end . . . The Band . . . music The wise shall inherit glory, but shame shall be the promo¬ tion of fools. Soccer . . . Gymnastics . . . Roundabout " Come Mothers and Fathers throughout the land, And don ' t criticize what you can ' t understand. Your sons and your daughters are beyond your command! " ... On Allen Hill where it ' s FUN! . . . REBEL! CINDY A. GUTHRIE 4 Terrie Lane Holden Live each day to the fullest. Sage . . . C.I.T., Green Eyrie . . . F.H.A. 2, 3 par¬ liamentarian, 4 historian . . . French club . . . Latin Club . . . Camping . . . Moun¬ tains . . . Canada, P.E.I., Nova Scotia . . . O.T. . . . College. 71 FRANCESCA HALL 38 Meadow Wood Dr. Holden ' ' And we have just begun watching the river run . . Acadia . . . N.H.S. . . . S.N.H.S. . . . Mathletes . . . Science Seminar . . . Yearbook . . . 1996 . . . Cape Cod summers . . . Flo¬ rida, Arizona, Alabama and Texas . . . " We’re not crazy; merely insane. " JOHN P. HALL 592 Pleasant St. Paxton " Some men see things as they are and say, why? I dream things that never were and say, why not? " Bobby Kennedy. Football 1 and 4 . . . Soccer . . . Track . . . Skiing . . . Kennebunk . . . Hey Geer! . . . West Penobscot . . . Wachusett MARK HANDY Bane-Paxton Rd. Rutland " Life is too shon, live it up while you can! ' ' Van ' s . . . motorcycles . . . girls . . . good times . . . D.S. JOSEPH L. HANNEY Meetinghouse Hill Sterling " He is the freeman whom truth makes free. All are slaves besides. ' ' JAYNE ELIZABETH HANSON 1 Lowell Ave. Holden . . so many people in so many ways, are different; only I, myself can be me. " " Maybe I will " . . . " W.P. House " . . . R.P.C. . . . C.S.Y. . . . " Miami” . . . " Let ' s have a party. " . . . V.W. . . . Nursing . . . friends JACQUELINE A. HARDING 33 Anthony Dr. Holden " Love understands love. It needs no talk. ” John . . . Thursday nights . . . Future JAG . . . Tull . . . Mr. Moore ' s corduroys . . . Thank you, Mrs. Berry¬ man. MICHAEL HARPIE 29 Vicksburg Circle Holden Smokin ' Gold . . . K.O.P. . . . " My mind is a blank " . . . too much school. WILLIAM CHARLES HARWOOD 3 Brookside Dr. Holden Cross-country . . . Winter Track . . . Spring Track . . . Sarge . . . youth group . . . Retreats . . . The gang . . . ' 65 Mustang 72 SCOTT MORGAN HAYMAN 37 Phillips Rd. Holden " A man is rich in proportion to the number of things he can afford to let alone. ' ’ Tennis . . . E.L.O. . . . James Taylor . . . tourna¬ ments . . . English . . . Wachusett Faculty . . . Friends . . . Maine . . . F . . . BC . . . M.E.K. . . L.R. BETH ANN HEBBNER 82 Main St. Rutland " You who are on the road must have a code, that you can live by. " Evil Woman . . . Weasle ' s Parties . . . ' 62 Bread Box . . . Chinese Food . . . C.S.N.Y. . . . " Tennis Any¬ one? " . i . Christmas . . . Friends . . . G. B. W. KIM VERONICA HEERY 26 Oak Crest Rd. Holden " If your friends are there then everything ' s all right . . . " friends . . . Goobers . . . Sarge . . . horses . . . danc¬ ing . . . you and me both . . . Dylan . . . Green . . . memories. " Love knows no season . . . anytime . . . anywhere ... it can find you. " RUSSELL HENDERSON 261 Chapel St. Holden " Those who want to reach for their goal shall be the fittest " Weight Lifting . . . Football . . . Swimming . . . Eating . . . Hampton Beach . . . Walpole . . . Mickey Mouse - The Bug . . . Black Sabbath . . . Yes . . . C.F. 8 9 76 SCOTT JAMIE HENDERSON 40 Putnam Lane Holden L.M.B., March 7, 1973 . . . Youth Fellowship . . . Goo¬ bers . . . Deering . . . Deer- ing Cross . . . Camp Family " 76 " . . . Quinny Ave. . . . snowmobiling . . . Alexan¬ dria, New Hampshire SALLY J. HENDRICKSON 26 John Dee Rd. Sterling Jr. prom . . . Maine . . . summer . . . The Wiz . . . New York . . . ho ho . . . Dance club . . . April 9 . . . t JEFFREY A. HERMANSON Reservoir St. Holden " The wise man reads both books and life itself. " N.H.S. . . . Tennis . . . The Movie JEFFREY HERVEY Pleasantdale Rd. Rutland 73 WENDY HIBBARD 15 Way land Circle Holden " Though it seems you ' ve trav¬ eled forever, you still have many miles to go. " Swimming . . . Dance Thea¬ ter .. . Ski Club . . . Echo . . . Advertising . . . Chi¬ cago . . . Eagles ... Sr. Fellowship . . . Munich . . . Pep. PATRICIA HIGGINS Princeton Rd. Sterling " If only all the hands that reach out could touch . . . " Tricia . . . April 19, 1975 . . . Riding . . . Skiing . . . L.S.B. . . . Vermont . . . Billy . . . Skynyrd . . . Allman Bros. . . . Green . . . Good times in the T-Bird . . . K.O.P. CHRISTINA HELEN HILL Worcester Rd. Princeton " Love is life and hate is living death so treat your life for what it ' s worth a nd live for every breath. ' ' Girls Ice Hockey 2 . . . Ski Club 3 . . . Outing Club 4 . . . Child Study THOMAS HILL 291 Highland St. Holden CAROLINE IOY HOGAN 5 Mount View Dr. Paxton Sugarbush Vermont . . . Col¬ orado Rocky Mountains . . . Wellfleeters in summer . . . Cape Cod Sunsets . . . T.L.C. cheering . . . E.S.P. . . . ART . . . TOADS . . . Tuxedo Classic Jazz Band CRAIG WINTHROP HOLT 26 Walnut Terrace Holden " Nice guys finish last.” J.V. basketball . . . Varsity basketball . . . Hats . . . Spring Track . . . Old Horror movies . . . Taking it easy . . . Sambo and Heidi JOHN HOLT Swett Hill Rd. Sterling MARK HOUGHTON South Nelson Rd. Sterling 74 PETER R. HOVANESIAN 12 Streeter Rd. Paxton " The greatest pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do. ' ' The Cape . . . Maine . . . " Howdy " . . . " The Deuce " . . . " Half a Sixpence” . . . Parties . . . Concerts . . . " What Stop Sign?!! " . . . Beatles . . . Beach Boys . . . Elton John . . . TWAWOF EDWARD HUDSON 81 Parker Ave. Holden GAYLENE HULSE 292 Princeton Rd. Box 313 Sterling Jet. r " A man needs self-acceptance or he can ' t live with himself. He needs self-criticism or oth¬ ers can ' t live with him. " Cowabunga . . . dance . . . friends . . . cats . . . Kids LINDA HUME 128 Jamieson Rd. Holden JAMES MATTHEW HUNT 66 Walnut St. Holden " Some say families are of the past. Families are the nucleus of love. For people to live in peace together, families are for today, and the future. " " Hunter” . . . B.C. . . . Golf JAYNE ELIZABETH HUNT Gregory Hill Princeton " Simple pleasures are the best. " Summer . . . Ogunquit Beach . . . Whoopie Pie . . . " The Quid " . . . Friends . . . cruisin ' . . . Washington ... Ski trips . . . Pickles- n-cheese . . .You azzle you . . . " See what I mean Jelly¬ bean? " FRANK MICHAEL IAFRATO 41 Avery Heights Dr. Holden Varsity Football 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2 . . . Camaro . . . McDonald’s . . . Noo- ch! . . . Joe Walsh . . . Freshman Baseball . . . Steve Miller Band . . . Homecom¬ ing " 76”! . . . " That went out with shaboom. " . . • Minnesota Vikings . . . Miami, Florida . . . Sam 10 11 73 NANCY CHRISTINE ITTNER 4 Hilltop Dr. Sterling Jet. " Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm. " Craig . . . 11 28 75 . . . Nanc . . . Jethro Tull . . . Elton John . . . Concerts . . . yellow . . . Beaches . . . Summer . . . Pizza Audi . . . Good Times 75 DIANE JARVIS 31 Maple St. Sterling " Cherish is to love, love is what?” " Squeeky” . . . D.M.L. ' 76 Summertime . . . J.W. . . . Can I use your coat? . . . " What is life?” . . . motor¬ cycles . . . 6th period lunch HELEN SHIRLEY JENNETTE 20 Hilltop Ave. Jefferson " Half our life is spent trying to find something to do with the time we have rushed through life trying to save. " skiing . . . the Cape . . . camping . . . partying . . . trains . . . Woody DENISE JOHNSON Wheeler Rd. Princeton " Here I am world, come and get me! ’ ' Denny . . . Child Study . . . Special Ed . . . Misfit . . . Plants . . . camping DONALD S. JOHNSON 27 Phillips Rd. Holden ALAN JONES 52 Birchwood Dr. Holden " Comes a time when the blind- man takes your hand and says, don’t you see? " Acadia . . . Outings . . . Farp . . . Quinapoxet . . . diggin’ the iceburgs . . . mat¬ ters of consequence BRENDA JONES 76 Richards Ave. Paxton Bif . . . Remember yesterday, live today, and dream tomor¬ row . . . Trucks . . . Kansas City . . . F.F.A. . . . Joe . . . Arizona . . . E.B. . . . Really? . . . I ' M on time . . . the future is forbid¬ den to no one, unless we forbid it to ourselves . . . Moody Blues MELISSA ANN JORDAN 815 Salisbury St. Holden " Today ' s promises hold tomor¬ row ' s joys. " My . . . name . . . is . . . Missy! . . . Lbcc . . . par¬ ties . . . shots . . . A.R.C. . . . movies . . . Hal . . . V.B. cheerleading I, II . . . musical . . . dancing . . . week-ends . . . The Rec . . . That ' s true! . . . friends . . . Strike! . . . Who cares, we ' re Seniors! BRIAN KALLGREN 5 Whitney Dr. Paxton 76 MARY ELLEN KANE Christmas Tree Lane Rutland " Today ' s experiences are Tomorrow ' s memories. " French Club 3 . . . 3R . . . Nursing . . . Good Friends SUSAN D. KEITH 260 Main St. Holden " If at first you don ' t succeed, you are running about aver¬ age. " Laughter . . . The Home . . . N.H.S. . . . F.N.H.S. . . . Basketball . . . Softball . . . J. Day . . . Quelle Tomate . . . Paris . . . Summer . . . Oceans . . . Elmere Family . . . The Friends (J.P.J.D.S.) . . . LIVE CAROLYN KELLY Clinton Rd. Sterling " Take your time, don ' t live too Fast. Troubles will come and they will pas. " Skynyrd . . . Daytona . . . Sunny days . . . K.O.P. good times partying. LESLIE FRANCIS KENDALL Bird St. Sterling JOYCE ANNE KENNEY Winter Hill Rd. Holden " Live in the present, for time silently slips away and leaves only memories. ' ' Munchein ... go, go, go . . . New Orleans Vikings . . . I.L.C. . . . Cheering . . . Green, Snow Life . . . friends . . . Love AMY H. KESSELI Manning St. Jefferson " Of all the things you wear, your facial expression is the most important. ' ' Summers on Lake Winnepasau- kee . . . Youth group . . . Cool your jets . . . Long dis¬ tant Friends . . . C.I.T. ' s . . . Southern accent . . . E.J. MARTHA E. KESSELI 25 Deane Ave. Holden " For every sunrise there ' s a dream, for every sunset a memory. ’ ' Friends . . . Y.G. . . . Washington, D.C. ' 76 . . . B.W.A. trip ' 74 . . . Wil¬ liamsburg ' 75 . . . The ocean . . . FB cheering ... art . . . Sunsets JOSEPH LAWRENCE KEWLEY 7 Wendover Rd. Holden " In life good planning prevents poor performance. " Basketball 1, 2 . . . Baseball . . . Kirbs House ganrett . . . R.R. . . . L.D.C.C. . . . zz Top . . . M.V. foot¬ ball . . . Friends Summer of 76 . . . Nov. 25 77 LINDA JEAN KINGSBURY 9 Jefferson Dr. Paxton " No one knows what he can do till he tries. " Gymnastics . . . dance . . . Mark . . . Cruisin’ . . . Summertime . . . fooling around . . . laughing . . . friends . . . listening to music . . . traveling . . . trip to Wales and England. ROBERT HALL KIRBY 434 Shrewsbury St. Holden SUSAN M. KOKOCINSKI 2 Squantum Rd. Paxton " God grant me serenity to change the tilings I can, cour¬ age to accept the things I can¬ not change, and wisdom to know the difference. ' ’ Mike . . . Cactus . . . Weekends Skiing . . . friends . . . Q.C.C. . . . Mopar. " As you step from the past into the future think of where you stand in the present.” " Kirb” . . . Ossipee N.H. . . . Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . M.V. Football . . . friends . . . R.R. . . . Gansett . . . Homecoming . . . J.A.F. JULIEANE KARIN KOMENDA 15 Forest Hill Dr. Rutland " Each happiness of yesterday is a memory for tomorrow. ' ' Jul . . . Ice Hockey Cheer¬ leader . . . Allagash . . . camping . . . Summer ”76” . . . the ocean . . . rock climbing . . . Kev ' s T . . . " looped " . . . friends . . . sunshine . . . G.B.W. " The next time I see you, remind me not to talk to you. " Yearbook . . . N.H.S. . . . Echo . . . The Marx Brothers . . . Life . . . Dune . . . Tennis . . . Politics . . . " The stuff that dreams are made of. " JOSHUA KILGORE 31 Oak Ridge Rd. Holden " Man ' s capacities have never been measured; nor are we to judge of what he can do by any precedents, so little has been tried.” Hexcelerating . . . Tull . . . Zeppelin . . . Mr. " T " . . . Greenfield. . .good times. S. Kinney . . . Skinhead . . . Football . . . The Bowls . . . Rats. BRIAN JAMES KOHLSTROM 223 Bailey Rd. Holden " Life ' s screwed up and causes a lot of sorrow, but try to hang in there, tilings could be better tomorrow. " Hockey . . . Smess . . . Volare . . . Mel. MARK F. KIGHTLINGER 25 Oak Ridge Rd. Holden STEPHEN JAMES KINNEY 60 Fort Sumter Dr. Holden 78 GREGORY MICHAEL KORJEFF 141 Beechwood Rd. Holden " A life of ease is hard to find and difficult to live. " Tennis . . . Skiing . . . " Boarding " . . . ocean . . . N.H. . . . swimming . . . sailing . . . N.H.S. 3, 4 . . . F.N.H.S. 3, 4 . . . Hon. Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Soccer 2 . . . Gymnastics 3 . . . War Games 1 . . . Ski 1,3,4 KENNETH KOSMINSKI 37 Highland Park Rd. Rutland STEPHANIE KRASHES Rhodes Rd. Princeton " Smiles, laughter, friends, this world turns around once, twice, and it all keeps on going. " Stratton . . . skiing . . . Wyoming . . . hiking . . . ski club . . . dance theatre ... I hope this world never stops turning. GEORGE KRIKORIAN 39 Camp St. Paxton My feeling is, as you go through life do it with courage. SCOTT KRUS 49 Camp St. Paxton MATTHEW J. LABOVITES 476 Shrewsbury St. Holden California . . . Concerts . . . Zeppelin . . . TWA- WOF RITA LaCANFORA Wachusett St. Rutland " Eliminate your enemies by making them your friends. " " little italien " . . . memo¬ ries .. . H.N.H. . . . out¬ doors . . . winter . . . snow . . . friends . . . nursing . . . Vermont . . . twin ROBERT LaCANFORA Wachusett St. Rutland " Bob " . . . Aerosmith . . . Grand Funk . . . Mustang . . . working on auto body . . . rebuilding engines . . . pizza 79 % i PATRICIA ANN LAMBERT Pommagusset Rd. Rutland " Give to the world the best that you have and the best will come back to you. " York Beach, Maine . . . Cheerleading . . . Paul Simon . . . VYSROLHB . . . Satur¬ day Night Live . . . memories of yesterday DEBRA IEAN LAMOUREAUX 49 Maple Ave. Rutland " When it’s right, you ' ll know it, so follow your OWN feel¬ ings. " " Memories” . . . C.C.M. 6 6 76 (always) . . . cross coun¬ try (3) .. . winter track (4) . . . spring track (4) . . . Lamby Shuffle . . . bikie . . . an . . . music . . . " Let ' s laugh! " WILLIAM LANG 204 Grove St. Paxton SALLY LANGER 128 Richards Ave. Paxton " I AM WHAT I AM - I think Student Council . . . basket¬ ball cheerleading . . . S.A.B. . . . R.S.A.B. . . . parties . . . " Hey, Sue! " . . . sailing . . . Greatful Dead . . . artichokes . . . Pice ' s . . . Second Annual . . .K.O.P. . . • swimming . . . Washington ' 76 . . . Heineken ... my parents MARY JANE LANTIEGNE 23 Highland Park Rd. Rutland " Hungover, red-eyed, dog- tired , satisfied - It ' s a long road and a little wheel and it takes a lot of turns to get there. ' ' Charlie Daniels K.O.P. . . . K.A.P. . . . R.R. . . . L.R. CYNTHIA GAY LARSON 195 Twinbrook Dr. Holden " Once upon a passing night dream, he beheld a mystic image, bathed in blue reflec¬ tion , and he stood and made his song. " ND Cindy . . . laughing . . • The Concert, 10 16 76 . . . Skiing . . ■ Seagulls . . . basketball cheering . . . blue . . . ND JEFFREY LARSON 27 Steele St. Holden " To sum up this feeling in one word, it would have to be great ' ' Montego . . . 2 28 ... 31 Model A . . . Maine . . . Shooting . . . Three Stooges . . . Peterbilt . . . Kenworth . . . Keep on truckin’ LINDA J. LAVOIE 53 Avery Heights Dr. Holden " Those who love us let us find our own way. " Lamar . . . sunsets . . . J.D. . . . Basketball . . . Track . . . " What ' s a Milford?” . . . horizons . . . For sure . . . Beatles . . . quotes . . . arm and arm . . . par¬ ties . . . Grease . . . friends . . . Take care 80 WILLIAM F. LAWTON Malden St. Holden " Get the best out of life, don ' t let life get the best out of you. " Ski Club . . . N.S.P.S. . . . Waterville . . . Golf . . . German Club . . . Aerosmith . . . F.I.C. DEBRA ANN LINDQUIST 101 Suomi St. Paxton " Move you in a place where there’s no space or time; I love you for my life, you are a friend of mine. ' ' Beatles . . . P.T.S. . . .2 6 76 . . . Spauldings . . . Florida . . . California . . . See ya! DAVID LEBLANC 309 Holden St. Holden STANLEY BRENT LEE 52 Oak Ridge Rd. Holden EDWARD C. LEAHY Wachusett St. Holden " Work hard with your head and hands and you will be ahead of most. ' ' Donna . . . Intramural hockey . . . J.V. Football . . . P.F.D. . . . L.C.C. . . . Green Hornet gang . . . Schlitz . . . Chevy 4x4. KEVIN LEONARD Prescott St. Rutland LADD SCOTT UUNGBERG 133 Lovell Rd. Holden " The end only begins when you give up” . . . " Vogel " . . . J.V. and Var¬ sity Hockey . . . Student Council 1 . . . The Rat . . . New Hampshire . . . Aqua¬ lung . . . R.R. SHARON MARIE LEBLANC 28 Pinebrook Lane Holden " Reople who need people are the luckiest people in the world. ' ’ " Shaz " . . . Washington . . . Friends . . . Hampton . . . D . . . Spencer . . . cruisin . . . The Who . . . Summers . . . memories . . . " To every dawn there is a new beginning. ’ ' 81 LORI B. LJUNGBERG 140 Beechwood Rd. Holden " A friend is one who knows all about you and still likes you.” Good friends . . . scuffy . . . laughing . . . eating . . . Del ' s . . . sunny days . . . Cape Cod . . . summers . . .skiing . . . Yukon . . . Freebird . . . concerts . . . Hendrix . . . Almadine. JOANP. LOBBAN 11 Cook St. Holden " Some people think it ' s hold¬ ing on that makes one strong. Sometimes it ' s letting go.” K.A.S. (91) . . . Paris . . . P.F. . . . Concerts . . . Toads . . . Cape . . . F.N.H.S. . . . SAINTS . . . J. Day . . . " Quelle tomate " . . . memories. AMY LOU LOCKE East County Rd. Rutland " The best gift you can give someone is that of friendship! " It ' s people like you that make people like me happy! WILLIAM LOGAN 17 E. Parks Rd. Sterling ROBERT ALAN LONG Lincoln Ave. Holden " If life isn ' t worth living then why is death so painful?” " Gord” . . . " Blueberry” . . . Golf 2. 3, 4 . . . R.E.C. ... 17 ... L.D.C.C. . . . File it . . . R.R. . . . Bizz Buzz . . . Scrutiny . . . M. V. Football . . . Kirbs . . . Strike . . . Hampton . . . Chaffins. PATRICIA ANNE LOWE 25 Avery Heights Dr. Holden " For every sunrise there is a dream; for every sunset a mem¬ ory. ” " Patty” . . . " Rosey " . . . " What? " . . . " Derrick” . . . 7 23 76 . . . Movies . . . photography . . . music . . . art . . . swimming . . . Bermuda . . . fall . . . McDonald ' s . . . parties . . . weekends . . . Fleetwood Mac . . . Showcase gang. DONNA M. LUCEY Ball Hill Rd. Princeton " Life is like the wind, Forever moving, When the wind calms, You’ll know you have found yourself. " Nursing . . . People . . . Caring Mountains . . . Sum¬ mer 76 . . . living Louie . . . Freedom . . . Good times . . . Traveling . . . " Mustard Seed. " DONNA ANN LUDDEN 285 Grove St. Paxton " Why worry about tomorrow, it will be gone the day after. ' ' " Rick. ” 82 PATRICIA M. LYNCH Leominster Rd. E Princeton " If you could have half of your wishes you would have doubled your troubles. " . " Copper” . . . Skiing . . . Softball ... No Lunch . . . Blue . . . Mountains . . . Ocean . . . Barefeet . . . Snowstorms. HENRY MACHNIK Campbell St. Rutland JOYCE EILEEN MACLEOD 4 Alpha Rd. Holden " Live each day to the fullest and be thankful you ' re alive. " M.B. . . . Maine . . . C.S.Y. . . . O.K. . . . New Hampshire . . . Camaro . . . traveling . . . V.W. music . . . together someday . . . 13th! ROBYN LEAH MAJEWSKI Esty Rd. Princeton " There is nothing either good or bad. but thinking makes it so. " Jeff . . . The Band . . . W.B. . . . J. Limo . . . S.C. . . . The Russells . . . dance munchie . . . summer . . . York . . . Princeton . . .skiing . . . V.W. . . . sure! . . . Gats . . . I.L.J. " We live in the galactic boon- docks, where the action isn ' t.” - Carl Sagan. Thirteen fixed cats . . . one polar bear . . . three animules . . . Summer of " 2019 " . . . little green bug . . . trumpet . . . Karate . . . Westward Ho!!! KAR1 JUHANI GEORGE V . MAKI 1 Crestview Dr. Holden " One ceases to recognize the significance of mountain peaks if they are not viewed occa¬ sionally from the deepest val¬ leys.” CRAIG MACPHEE 122 West St. Paxton LAURA MACDONALD Gates Rd. Princeton Tull ... YES ... The Who . . . Ahhh . . . Canada! Ahhh . . . Molson! Moulton is . . . (see B.P.) LORRAINE MACKENZIE Clinton Rd. Sterling 83 DAVID L. MALCOLMSON Meeting House Hill Rd. Sterling Mai . . . Shtoonk is always spelled with two O ' s . . . Emperor Tojo . . . Sink or swim, live or die, survive or perish, 1 am with my country from this day on . . . Concert Choms. DAVID MANCHESTER Worcester Rd. Princeton " You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give. " - Kahlil Gibran BRYAN MANNILA 149 Grove St. Paxton BARBARA JANE MARCH 887a Main St. Holden " Cherish the memories for you have one life to live and keep on ' dreaming for the dreams of today may be tomorrow’s promises! ” Daune . . . Tennis . . . Apricot Brandy . . . C.B. . . . Breaker . . . W.L. and • T.B. FLORENCE A. MARINI 306 Central St. Sterling " Don’t surround yourself with yourself, move on back a square. ' ’ - YES Tina . . . Sophomore Year . . . The Wasted Times . . . Partying . . . Concerts . . . Dylan . . . Skynyrd . . . Water Skiing . . . Sleezing . . . K.O.P. REGINA MARRINO 39 Acorn Dr. Holden ARDITH MARTIN 87 Forest Dr. Holden G.C.C. ... ... S. C. . . . " frigg " . . . " dread " . . . " BOGUS! " . . . " Are you serious? " . . . Basketball , . . football games . . . Florida . . . Canada . . . sunshine ... St. Lawrence River . . . open fields . . . free! ROBERT A. MARSH Worcester Rd. Princeton " Winning isn’t everything, it ' s the only thing. ' ' Cross Country . . . Winter Track . . . Spring Track . . . Church Basketball . . . " 75” Sox . . . Swampy . . . Winning. 84 MARY SUE MATHEWS 26 Spruce Lane Holden " Olympus is but the outside of the earth everywhere. " Recorders . . . Sailing . . . Washington ' 76 . . . " What a twit " . . . Moody Beach . . . the group . . . lesset- tam . . . " sweet chocolate biscuits and red rosy apples in summer. " PATRICIA ANN MAYNARD 18 Deane Ave. Holden ”. . . walk on with hope in your heart and you’ll never walk alone . . . " Tricia . . . singing . . . Wachusett Singers . . . The Cape . . . Family . . . Friends . . . Comet Pond . . . " You . . . You’re the one! " . . . Worcester Concert Choir. LINDA ANNE MCCARTHY 97 Bailey Rd. Holden " Love others because love is the living, growing, being in all of us. If you have it, give it.” Out of the cacoon . . . shoparound . . . English 10 . . . lody . . . Child Study . . . Camping . . . parties. VIRGINIA M. MCCARTHY 3 Sawyer Lane Holden " Common sense in an uncom¬ mon degree is what the world calls wisdom. " Gin . . . White Horse . . . Lordy ' s . . . the Cables . . . Tull . . . Dave Mason . . . C. S.N.Y. . . . boogie! . . . D. M. 8 76 . . . Keg parties . . . " Excuse me! ”... L.D.A. IAMES BRUCE MCCOLL 65 Kendall Rd. Holden " When in doubt, pout!” Football . . . skiing . . . K2 comp ' s . . . Cape Cod . . . Crow Hill White Mountains . , . Freebird . . . Yes . . . Summer 75 ... the outlaws . . . Hockey games ... the Runaways . . . M.J. . . . cash . . . limbo. LINDA MAY MCGINNES 64 Winfield Rd. " Love is, above all, the gift of oneself. " I.F.C. . . . Cape Cod . . . " Betsy Ross " . . . summer¬ time . . . The Beach . . . " Froy " . . . Dance Club . . . ice skating. CHRISTINE MCINTYRE 11 Knollwood Rd. Paxton " Good friends are friends for¬ ever.” Chris . . . Lumbo Gold Parties . . . Concerts . . . Summer ’76 . . . Trips . . . Washing¬ ton . . . F.H.A. ' 75 . . . The freedom to be yourself . . . " see ya! " IENNIFER ANNE MCKAY Causeway St. lefferson " A new day will dawn for those who stand long and the forests will echo with laughter. " lif . . . Washington . . . Summer ' 75 . . . cruisin ' . . . parties . . . Beck . . . L.D.A. . . . Shine on you Crazy Diamond. 85 WILLIAM A. MCKELVIE Coal Kiln Rd. Princeton " You only go around once in life, grab for all the gusto you can. " " Wilton” . . . Snowmobiles . . . Motorcycles . . . Schlitz . . . Arrow . . . " Pam” . . . Graphic Arts . . . " Do it in a Chevy. ” KATHLEEN A. MEAGER ' Turkey Hill Rd. Rutland " Take each day as it comes and live it to its fullest. " Blue . . . " atrocious” . . . Seafood . . . Cape Cod . . . memories . . . 2 14 76 . . . Gem . . . Summer . . . friends . . . Animals. CHERYL ANN MERLIN Mason Rd. Jefferson " The real strength of our love is that we share rather than control. " " Hey You!” . . . football games . . . parties . . . diets . . . friends . . . W.T.P. . . . June 6, 1976 . . . music . . . beaches . . . good times on Saturday nights. TIMOTHY MESSIER Pommogussett Rd. Rutland PAUL MICHALCZYK 136 Highland Ave. Holden " Life is too short to live too fast. " The Kinks . . . Clapton . . . Listening to fine stereos . . . Trailing in a bug . . . The Cape. MICHELE MIDWOOD 41 Greenwood Pky. Holden " Cherish Yesterday . . . Dream Tomorrow . . . Live Today. " Good friends . . . T.W. and T. . . . Skiing . . . Deering . . . The Creek . . . Week¬ ends . . . McDonalds . . . " I Forgot” . . . Andy ' 73 . . . Sarge ...P.A.C. ... Jason . . . Rod Stewart . . . Football . . . New Hampshire . . . Goobers . . . the coun¬ try. BRADLEY MIKULSKI 36 Wyndhurst Dr. Holden " If I ' m ever to be without money, it won ' t be in this life. " AeroSmith . . . Jethro Tull . . . boarding . . . Strohz . . . South African Safari. DEBORAH EDDY MILLER 11 Ashwood Rd. Paxton " Doesn ' t anybody stay in one place anymore?” Teenage wastelands!! . . . Shawtown . . . Washington ' 76 . . . Understanding friendship . . . 2nd annual . . . concerts . . . skiing . . . Black Mt. . . . Karate . . . J.V. Cheering . . . lit¬ tle things . . . B.C. 10:02 . . . K.A.P. . . . K.O.P. i 86 RAYMOND MILLER Intervale Dr. Rutland MIKE MISCHITELLI 24 Marc Circle Holden Ahhh . . . The Golden Nectar . . . The Nobel Herb . . . Kozmic Debris . . . kranking! ... So long Lumpy. DIANE LYNN MOE 830 Wachusett St. Holden " Cherish yesterday, dream of tomorrow, but live for today. " D. . . . Forever the Rainbow 5 21 77 . . . Drama . . . Here Comes the Bobsie Twin ' s . . . friends . . . Smile . . . Lake George N. Y. ANDREA SUZANNE MOISAN Ball Hill Rd. Princeton " One seed can start a garden; one drop can start a sea; one doubt can start a hating; one dream can set us free. " Blue . . . Vette . . . friends . . . family . . . nursing . . . " Andy.” GEORGE HOWARD MORSE 92 Richards Ave. Paxton " You who are on the road must have a code that you can live by. " Tennis . . . Tull . . . Skiing . . . E.C. . . . October . . . Paxton . . . R.A.C.C. ... the Wall. NANCY ELIZABETH MOORE 45 Asnebumskit Rd. Paxton " Thank God for the fools in this world, because otherwise the rest of us might look rather stu¬ pid " full moons . . . stars . . . snow . . . oceans . . . L.D.A. . . . art class . . . tripping heights . . . Yes . . . SKID! DONNA MORETTI 533 Shrewsbury St. Holden " I won’t ask myself to become someone else, I ' ll just be me.” KEVIN CHARLES MORGAN Wiles Rd. Sterling " A winner never quits . . . and a quitter never wins. " Mustang . . . 289 . . . mid¬ night blue . . . cruisin . . . Beach Boys . . . Eagles . . . snowmobiling . . . think snow . . . baseball . . . good times . . . see ya later. 87 PAULA J. MORGAN 25 Newell HillRd. Sterling " The great essentials of happi¬ ness are something to do, something to love, and some¬ thing to hope for . . G.A.F. . . . Dancing , . . Dance Theatre . . . " P.J. " . . . Homecoming ' 76 . . . Spaghetti . . . Elton John con¬ cert . . . Proms . . . N.H.S. STEVEN MOURGINIS Salisbury St. Holden MICHAEL MORRIS 152 South Main St. Holden EVELYN L. MORROW 59 Rockland St. Paxton " The only goal in life is to live and love life itself. ' ' " Ev " . . . Tom . . . Febru¬ ary 14, 1976 . . . Summer¬ time . . . weekends . . . " That’s Cute " . . . Vega . . , the beach . . . " Feel¬ ings " . . . Goodtimes . . . U.M.M.C. . . . Friends Mis¬ sissippi ' 75. DOROTHY ANN MOTT 126 Chapel St. Holden " Look to the future; it’s nearer than you think. Look forward, not backward. Care for me and I for you. ’ ' C.H.P. . . . 3 25 76 . . . Taconic Hall 22 . . . Cables . . . Swimming . . . Muck . . . Concerts . . . Parties. PAUL MURMAN Box 105 Princeton LYNN PATRICIA MURRAY Manning St. Holden " If you have something you love, set it free. If it comes back, it ' s yours. If not, it was never meant to be. Jack . . . 9 5 76 ... 442 . . smarten up . . . the summit . . . W.B. MICHAEL BRUCE NAAS Causeway St. Holden " We used to play for silver; now we play for laughs. " Moose . . . Dylan . . . Dead . . . Basketball . . . Chicago ' 68 . . . Gibbo ' s . . . Calcu¬ lus . . . " Two " . . . Carson . . . Snyder . . . S.N.Y. . . . boots . . . for an album . . . Free! . . . The Vinny. 88 CRAIG LEONARD NASH 4 Center Dr. Paxton Sometimes it goes too fast, sometimes . . . too slow. CHRISTINE LYNNE NEAL 32 Highland Park Rd. Rutland " Be contented in this world and you will find happiness. " My family . . . Summer . . . 76 . . . T.M.C.B. . . . Fashion Show . . . Freshman yr. . . . " My Sweet Lady” My friends . . . moun¬ tains . . . hockey . . . Long Walks . . . Child Study BRENDA ANN NELSON 3 Nancy Dr. Rutland " There will come a time when I must face myself at last. " Sylvia Plath. S.R.A. . . . Inherit the Wind . . . Drama . . . Reflections . . . " I ' ve got nothing to do today but smile " . . .chow . . . BRYAN NELSON 3 Nancy Dr. Rutland PATRICIA ANN NELSON 65 Redstone Sterling let. Love as you wish to be loved. Sept. 17, ' 76 R.W. C.B. Nut L.P.N. . . . Niagara Falls Travel . . . camping . . . Basketball . . . H.S.A. . . . Business Club . . . F.H.A. . . . Concerts . . . Schlitz . . . Squeeky . . . CARL NERGARARIAN 10 Marlen Road Holden Hopping Mad Eskimo . . . George Washington Sat Here . . . Bring Out Your Frozen . . . Burglar Proof Bicycle Seat . . . Two To Beam Up . . . The Time Toilet ... A Hopping Mad Eskimo on a Pogo Stick IAYNE ELIZABETH NICKEL 120 Main St. Rutland Friendship is composed of a sin¬ gle soul inhabiting two bodies D.R.M. . . . 1 25 75 . . . Whitehorse Beach " The Pit " . . . music . . . sunsets . . . weekends . . . friends . . . poetry . . . " Party at layne ' s " . . . " Oh, just groovy " . . . " It could be tense " . . . NANCY MAUDE NOURSE 26 Rugg Road Sterling " Let us mn with perseverance the race that is set before us.” - Hebrews 12:1. Desiderata . . . Acadia I . . . Wachusett Singers . . . Seminar . . . Emergency Medical Technician . . . Nursing . . . Maine . . . log cabins . . . wood stoves (FaE) . . . D.J.H. 89 KERRY FRANCIS O ' BRIAN Route 140 Princeton " Skiing is being free to do any¬ thing you want. ' ' Riding free through the country on a motorcycle . . . Living is to be free from any problems of life . . . Just call me Munch- kin BRIAN THOMAS O ' MALLEY Bean Rd. Sterling Jet. " There comes a time " B.T.O. . . . Jet. Gang . . . Ten Years After . . . Guitar . . . Skiing . . . Hexcel . . . Jay Peak . . . F-100 . . . Aspen . . . PingPong . . . E. Clapton . . . the Boat . . . Parties . . . Leslie West . . . Jamaica . . . the Whailers KIM ELISE OETTINGER 6 Dorothy Ave. Holden Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Live it up . . . Freebird! ! . . . French Ski Trip ' 75 . . . K.O.P. . . . Zeppelin . . . Panama Red, good for your head . . . wish You Were Here . . . see ya later! SANDRA MARIE OLSON 28 Lowell Ave. Holden " Happiness is a hard thing because it is achieved only by making others happy. ' ' J.F.W. . . . Christmas ' 75 . . . kid . . . goofy . . . field hockey . . . dance thea¬ ter . . . Horseneck . . . dol¬ lar movies ... " I don ' t care. ' ' SHARON RUTH OLSON 404 Wachusett St. Holden " Keep smiling - life ' s too short to waste time with a frown. " memories . . . Summer of ' 76 . . . July 27. 1976 . . . York Beach . . . Maine ... A Secret Place . . . Camaros . . . Parties . . . Friends . . . J.E.P. . . . " Shar " . . . Marlboro DAVID H. ORIOL 45 Mayo Rd. Holden " The error of youth is to believe that intelligence is a substitute for experience, while error of age is to believe that experience is a substitute for intelligence. " cookie . . . Crow Hill . . . scuba diving GARY OSLEBO 101 C Main St. Holden Football . . . Tull . . . Bas¬ ketball . . . Washington . . . OZ . . . Camp . . . Honda . . . R.R. . . . Gibbo ' s . . . Nauset . . . Green . . . Let ' s B.T.C.B. . . . Having a good time . . . AREND OVERBEEKE 75 Richards Ave. Paxton Paxton . . . The Wall . . . Race . . . Skiing . . . Tennis . . . Tull! . . . Beer . . . Hi Bear . . . Shake and Bake! 90 PAUL M. PACHECO 174 Rowling Hill Rd. Sterling " Live your life to the fullest because we won ' t be here for¬ ever . ’ ' . . . R.C. . . . L.H.A. . . . June 21, 1975 ... 10 23 76 . . . " Junior Prom " MICHAEL ROBERT PADDOCK East Country Rd. Rutland We com e into this world alone we go away the same. We ' re meant to spend the interlude between in closeness . . . McKuen . . . Daytona . . . Lisa . . . Soccer (co-capt.) . . . Dylan . . . Boggart . . . THE OTHER PLACE JEAN ROBIN PALERMO Wee Mite Farm Moscow Rd. Jefferson The least important word: " I " . . . Bobby, 7 6 76 . . . Hampton . . . Lum’s Chinese food . . . skiing . . . Strand ' s (Kevin) Bowling . . . Mexico . . . Washington . . . Sutton . . . Play Pro¬ ductions . . . N.H.S. . . . Canucky . . . Mom . . . Dad . . . friends . . . opal neck¬ lace . . . Bye! JOHN PANDOLFI Bullard St. Holden Fly Rorer 714 . . . Scott Elms . . . THE BEAST . . . 6g . . . Norton 750 Red, Reds, Gold . . . F.Z. and mothers shrooms . . . Jimi Hendrix ... Art BRECK OLLAN D. PARKER 90 Birchwood Dr. Holden Skiing Makes Me Be Me! Olin Mark IV . . . Snow and Moguls . . . F.F.A. . . . Purple Witch . . . Keowns . . . Party at Lordy ' s . . . Molson ' s . . . Jimi Hendrix . . . Kansas City - 11 9 76 MARTHA LYNN PECK 46 Plymouth Rd. Holden " Old skiers never die, they just go downhill.” Field Hockey . . . Spring Track . . . Basketball . . . Swimming . . . clothes trav¬ eling . . . skiing . . . jave¬ lin .. . tennis . . . football games . . . snow . . . ski club . . . French club . . . H.R. representative STEVEN PELLETZ 67 Ft. Sumter Dr. Holden DEBRA ANNE PERKINS 65A Sunnyside Ave. Holden " We need to be wanted; when love is here or gone, lie down in the darkness, and listen to the warm - " MEMORIES . . . work . . . Reservoir - E.B. concerts . . . nature . . . life . . . love . . . people . . . alone 91 LAURA GAIL PERKINS 329 Redemption Rock Trail Sterling " Without love, where would you be now? " D.B. Laurie . . . camaro . . . Washington . . . Christmas . . . Leon Russell . . . long- .talks . . . friends . . . music . . . sunsets . . . concerts . . . Pink Floyd . . . Positive Thinking . . . Your Song . . . W.A.A.F. . . . etc. PENNY PETERSON 38 Juniper Lane Holden " The person who walks alone finds himself in places no one has ever been before " Steely Dan . . . Janis Joplin . . . sunshyne . . . Things go better with coke. MARY LYNNE PETTIS Union St. Holden " Be truthful with yourself because if you can ' t who can you be truthful with " Frank . . . F.F.A. 4 . . . Appaloosa ' s . . . Basketball . . . Softball . . . Tins . . . Friends DAVID M. PHINNEY 5 Keep Ave. Paxton " One of the greatest labor sav¬ ing devices of today is tomor¬ row " Peter’s Township, Pa. . . . Newfound Lake . . . Aeros- mith . . . Power Vehicle . . . Mocha LAUREN SUZANNE PHINNEY 5 Keep Ave. Paxton " The dreamer dreams on and dreams never die, ' long as we try . . . ' long as we try . . . " B. Manilow. Newfound Lake . . . Pennsyl¬ vania . . . Dance Theatre . . . ECHO and REFLECTIONS with Mrs. H. . . . Friends USA ANN PICHETTE 405 S. Main St. Holden " Remember the past, live in the present, think of the future.’ ' C.S.Y. . . . SOMEDAY! . . . K.E.J.G. . . . FULL MOON RIOT . . . future nurse . . . MONEY! DIANNE PIERCE 25 Forestdale Rd. Paxton " Reach out to others, and they, in turn, will touch you back. ' ’ John . . . smiles . . . Friends . . . parties . . . " You only live once " . . . summer . . . Oops, I forgot! Mint! CAROL J. PIRANI 52 Arizona Ave. Holden " If you love something, set it free. If it comes back it ' s yours. If it doesn ' t it never was. " Michael . . . 3 22 76 . . . Cape Cod . . . Camaro . . . Homecoming 74 76 . . . Class of ' 78 . . . Friends . . . yes . . . Smile! 92 WILLIAM ALBERT PIRANI 9 Harold St. Holden " When you put a price on friendship, it isn ' t worth a dime. " Corvettes . . . Flying . . . Cycling . . . Marx Brothers . . . Three Stooges . . . Baseball . . . Basketball . . . Drive-In Movies . . . STEVEN T. PLAZA Malden St. Holden Myrtle Beach, S.C. . . . Ski Club . . . skiing . . . Cor¬ tina, Italy . . . Concerts . . . Scuba Diving . . . TWAWOF BRAD PODESTA 25 Sherwood Hill Dr. Holden " When you say Bud, you’ve said it all. " Steven Stills, Neil Young . . . Yessongs . . . Black River . . . From K.M. (a prune faced old bag) . . . Blanche MARC A. POIRIER Fisher Rd. Holden. " In the middle of the journey of our life I (came to) myself in a dark wood (where) the straight way was lost. ' ' Live Dead . . . Tri-Pyramid . . . Art . . . photography . . . music DAVID POLITO Holbrook Lane Paxton WENDY ELIZABETH POTVIN 54 Maple Ave. Rutland " Today is yesterday ' s tomor¬ row, but today, well-lived, makes every yesterday a dream of hope, and every tomorrow a vision of happiness. ” July 11, 1976 . . . M.T.B. . . . Stanton Anderson . . . KaP . . . Rainbow . . . Ozark Mountain . . . K.O.P. . . . R. and R. PATRICK M. POWERS 1 Marshall St. Paxton " Yesterday, today was tomor¬ row, and tomonow, today will be yesterday. ' ' Padriac Malachy - Heine Kat- zenjammer MARY ELLEN PRASK 63 Homestead Rd. Holden " If it weren ' t for the last min¬ ute, a lot of things wouldn ' t get done. ' ' me . . . nursing . . . M.H. . . . family . . . summer¬ time . . . pals . . . U.M.M.C. . . . Aerosmith . . . Eagles . . . dance thea¬ ter ... F.I.C. . . . " excellent” . . . Wiesbaden . . . having fun! 93 USA MAUREEN PUTNAM 34 Maple St. Paxton " If you ask how I am, then I’ll just say inspired. ' ' Field hockey (Co-captain) Putt . . . softball . . . Dance . . . ART . . . Elton . . . Amoreena . . . SUMMER . . . Maine . . . Acadia . . . " Blitzing” . . . mint! . . . " Writing " weekends ... at K’s . . . laughing. ANNA M. RACKAUSKAS 8 Osgood Ave. Holden " Go placidly amid the noise and haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence. ' ’ . . . " Sunshine " . . . F.N.H.S. Paris . . . N.H.S. . . . the beach . . . rats . . . " Seasons in the Sun " . . . T.A.M.U. " Never say good-bye. " JOHN DAVID RAITTO 65 Suomi St. Paxton And to see you ' re only very small, and life flows on within you and without you. G. Harrison. Blue Mustangs . . . Popcorn and Ice cream E.P. KATHLEEN M. RAMPSI 46 Stoneleigh Rd. Holden " The heart has its own mem¬ ory. " Sir Marcum . . . seal . . . bigshot . . . s.l.o.w. . . . cheerleading . . . dance concerts jewelry . . . photography . . . art . . . M. Y. F. . . . roses ... oh nonpierre . . . " A day is wasted if it’s without laugh¬ ter. " MATTHEW ALAN REARDON 10 Shady Lane Sterling " Don ' t worry about finding yourself. Conform in modera¬ tion and someday you ' ll be strong enough to break away and become an individual.” Matt . . . purple . . . tran- cendental meditation . . . McDonalds . . . Vega ANDREA JEANNE RE NAUD 45 Princeton Rd. Sterling " I never think of the future, it comes soon enough. " F.H.A. . . . Dance . . . Hey sman . . . wicked good . . . Washington . . . holi¬ days . . . aplle squares . . . shoelace . . . Pierre GARY M. RICHARDS 11 Highland St. Paxton MICHAEL J. RENSHAW 5 Nancy Dr. Rutland 94 JOHN RICHARDSON 19 Wyndhurst Dr. Holden " Only if I attempt the absurd will I achieve the impossible. ' ' Zappa! ! . . . Yes . . . " The Dead " . . . " The noble nec¬ tar " . . . hiking . . . crank¬ ing . . . mountains . . . ? SALLY ANN RIO 63 Maple Ave. Rutland " The longest journey begins with a single step . . . ” football cheerleader (capt.) . . . Dance Theater . . . Spring Musical . . . N.H.S. . . . Lit. Staff . . . SEN¬ IORS ! . . . stars . . . the ocean . . . Maine . . . smiles . . . Time . . .Mr. T. . . . my parents . . . cheering . . . C.S.M. . . . R.N. NANETTE R. ROBINSON 10 Woodland Dr. Paxton " Gold Grass and High Times Forever " New Hampshire . . . Ski TRIPS . . . New Year ' s Eve . . . Concerts . . . Mya . . . Karate . . . 10 30 76 . . . sgurd . . . K.O.P.- K.a.P. ,, . . sleezing . . . Night Clubs . . . 10:02 . . . No No . . . black panthers . . . child study . . . Punt . . . spoons SUSAN M. RIEL 344 Highland St. Holden " Laughter helps to soften the blows of life . . . " Ski Club . . . Softball . . . Field Hockey . . . Tennis . . . " The Bomb " . . . Cha¬ monix . . . Sugarloaf . . . Moody Beach . . . Lincoln Square . . . The El Morocco PATRICK EDWARD ROBI- CHAUD Moscow Rd. Holden " Man is the only animal that blushes ... or needs to.” Ser. Eggs . . . Hampton . . . Quelle Tomate . . . I.H.M.B.C. . . . Sutton . . . Schultz . . . Virginia . . . Moose . . . F.C.L.S. . . . " Uncle Pat” . . . Bonzo . . . Dawn . . . Mae . . . B.R. . . . T.A.C.P. . . . Tull . . . Knuckles HHI9H STEPHEN M. ROBINSON 225 Justice Hill Rd. Sterling cheese . . . Football . . . You ' ve got to live life to its fullest every day . . . phys.Ed. . . . A.R.C. . . . It ' s too bad people say they ' re going to look you up after high school and never do. JAMES ROCHA 20 Fort Sumter Dr. Holden " Only once do you pass this way, so enjoy it while you ' re here and see what tomorrow brings! " " Drivin that Train” . . . " The Dead” skiing . . . " Ree” . . . " The other Place " White Mountains . . . Glucose DOUGLAS ROEDER 16 Dorothy Lane Holden " No one has yet to drown in their own perspiration. ' ' Bubbles . . . Lone Ranger . . . ' 73 Mercury Montego . . . Captain Football 4 yrs. . . . Baseball 4 yrs. . . . Honor Roll . . . Hunting . . . Fishing . . . Beatles . . . Leibchen 95 HARLAN C. ROOT 27 Lowell Ave. Holden Cross-Country . . . Spring Track . . . " My only goal is to cling to truth, my only fear to cling to evil. ’ ’ ERIC R. ROSSELAND 130 Holden Rd. Paxton " Friendship needs no words - it is a loneliness relieved of the anguish of loneliness. ' ' Skiing . . . Snow . . . Trav¬ eling . . . mountains . . . Europe . . . Levi ' s . . . Weekends . . . Utah HEIDI ROTHSCHILD Richards Ave. Paxton CATHLEEN ROUGHAN Esty Rd. Princeton " 1 wake to sleep and take my waking slow. ' ’ Caty . . . Community Studies . . , Williamstown . . . Soc¬ cer . . . The Beach . . . " O " Street . . . W.B. of Course . . . The Cape . . . X-Country Skiing . . . Huh? DAVID PAUL RUTHERFORD 97 Main St. Rutland Freshman Basketball . . . Freshman Class President . . . Cath and Jule . . . Summer of ' 74- ' 75 . . . U.S.M.C. . . . U.S.A.F. . . . " The best song and dance is one that means nothing in reality but everything in one ' s personal life. " THOMAS W. RYAN Goulding Rd. Sterling Emperor Tojo - We all stand in a crowded mind of problems, but an understanding of others unites them (the problems) into a mutual feeling of life - 259 Pumpkins DOUGLAS H. SAGE Richards Ave. Paxton ' LIZ SAMPSON 25 Brunnell Dr. Holden " My friend is one whom I meet who takes me for what I am. ’ ' Thoreau. Ant . . . Sunsets . . . J.D. . . . friends B-Ball . . . Grease . . . Lizburt . . . Sam . . . Well yeah . . . Whyme . . . Ref C.C.L. . . . 77 . . .Bye 96 SUZANNE SANFORD Hilltop Dr. Sterling " Don ' t let it bring you down, it ' s only castles burning. " Green Grass and High Tides . . . K.O.P. . . . K.a.P. . . . " Good as Gold” . . . Skynyrd . . . C.S.N.Y. . . . draughts . . . summer . . . concerts . . . sunrise . . . Trower . . . munchies . . . art . . . see ya LINDA ANN SANTORO 78 Arizona Ave. Holden " Blessed are those who can give without remembering, and take without forgetting. ’ ' Canada . . . 7 18 75 . . . F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 (V.P. 2, 4) . . . M.Y.F. 1, 2, 3, 4 (Sec. 4) . . . Washington, D.C. . . . Cars . . . New York City . . . Flying .. . . Skiing . . . Boston . . . Music JOSEPH PETER SAVAGE 2 Wildwood Rd. Holden " If there wasn’t a place to veg, there wouldn ' t be a place to rowdy. " Sweatmill . . . Work Study ... ' 66 Chevy Malibu . . . F250 . . . Bud . . . Blue Plate JONATHAN HAROLD SAWYER 28 Birchwood Dr. Holden " We can lift ourselves out of ignorance, we can find our¬ selves as creatures of excel¬ lence, intelligence and skill. We can be free!! " Minnesota . . . Skiing . . . Little kids . . . K . . . Church DAVID SCHERDELL Bailey Rd. Holden " Due to the shortage of trained pianists the end of the world will be postponed three months. ' ' Keyboards . . . drums . . . Band . . . New England . . . Washington . . . Flickumsu- mum . . . Toolshed . . . P.F. . . . Bubba! KEVIN THOMAS SCHO- MACKER 8 Goulding Rd. Sterling " A wandering man counts no miles, when the impatient man counts inches. " Zapito . . . Band and chorus . . . Tennis . . . golf . . . bowling JEFFREY A. SCOTT 30 Brentwood Dr. Holden KATHLEEN M. SCOTT 23 Brookside Dr. Holden " After the rain the rainbow, after the storm the sun, day¬ light breaks across the sky, after the night is done. " Washington . . . 12 13 75 . . . Vetts . . . oceans . . . hockey cheering . . . sur¬ prizes . . . parties . . . friends . . . Fridays . . . Bye 97 ROSEMARY SCULLY 34 Highland Park Rd. Rutland " Don ' t let the past remind us of what we are not now. ’ ' Rose . . . N.H.S. . . . Field Hockey . . . Dance . . . Getting rowdy . . . laughing . . . fun . . . parties . . . blitzin ' . . . summer . . . nights . . . buddies . . . good times KERRY ELIZABETH SEFTON 45 Richards Ave. Paxton . . And just like us, you must have had a Once Upon A Time. " Cross country . . . track . . . Dance Theater . . . ACADIA . . . White Mts. . . . Hockey games . . . July 4th, 1976 . . . E.H.J. . . . bare¬ foot summers . . . Free Bird . . . absurdity MICHAELS. SENDROWSKI 96 Parker Ave. Holden Baseball . . . Fishing . . . TV . . . N.E. PATRIOTS . . . Vegging . . . Vacations . . . Drive-ins THOMAS SHAUGHNESSY Gregory Hill Rd. Princeton Tas . . . " For years I ' ve been a self-appointed measurer of snowfalls and rainstorms. " tennis team . . . ski club . . . student council . . . literary staff . . . horses . . . art . . . hiking . . . old mil] . . . the beach . . . timbei . . . music . . . WILLIAM GORDY SHERMAN 2 Burtenmar Circle Paxton " Three may keep a secret, if two of them are dead. ' ' Frank¬ lin Student System Operator . . . mathletes . . . Science Semi¬ nar . . . 790? . . . sigma moron . . . N.H.S. . . . " Oh Right, Right!” . . . rock climbing . . . April ' 75 . . . Chinese food CHRISTOPHER SHIPMAN Brintnal Dr. Rutland Be what you are, not what yoi can ' t be. hunting . . . swimming . . camping . . . farming . . dental technician THOMAS W. SHIPMAN Brintnal Dr. Rutland " What does it profit a man, if he were to gain the whole world, but lose his own soul. ' ' Cars . . . Cape Cod . . . Family . . . friends . . . Life CATHERINE JOAN SIDOTI 292 Pleasantdale Rd. Rutland " Everyone is ignorant, only in a different subject. ' ' Cath . . . " tennis anyone? " . . . friends . . . Kev ' s T . . . food . . . ' ' looped” . . . summer ' 76 . . . The ocean . . . Frampton . . . Grr . . . Ice Hockey Cheer¬ leader . . . G.B.W. 98 . DOREEN ELLEN SLOVIN Malden St. Holden " Live your life to the fullest, so, when we come around again we ' ll be off to a good start. " Band . . . Chorus . . . Alto Sax . . . L.R.Y. . . . Con¬ ferences . . . friends . . . Liverpool, N.Y. FORREST F. SMITH Maple Ave. Rutland Cars . . . Chevys . . . West- boro Speedway . . . Music . . . Pink Floyd . . . Fishing . . . Skiing . . . Riding . . . Traveling . . . working . . . the ocean . . . week¬ ends DAVID SODERLUND 45 Crystal St. Paxton JAMES MICHAEL SOBOL Princeton St. Holden " Keep on smilin ' , it will make people wonder what you ' ve been up to. " " Jim " . . . " Hwie " (puddles) . . . Cougar (More Body Work) . . . Silver . . . Harley- Davidson . . . Farming . . . Tractors ... 6 dogs . . . cows . . . F.N.H.S. . . . N.H.S. 3,4 NOREEN SLOVIN Malden St. Holden CATHY RENA SMITH 7 Briarcliff Lane Holden " . . . ’cause I’m as free as a bird now, and this bird you cannot change. " - L.S. Mountains . . . Walking . . . Sunrise . . . Party . . . Bare- feet . . . Comfort . . . R. and R. . . . Snowstorms . . . St. Louis-Bud . . . Gold CHANDRA LEE SMITH 7 Briarcliff Lane Holden " A new world shall rise from the rubble of the old. ' ' L.Z. Chan . . . Michael . . . St. Louis . . . Orleans 7-4-76 ... ' 67 Chevy . . . After Yes . . . Skynyrd . . . The Beach . . . Toking MARGARET R. SMITH 118 Richards Ave. Paxton " One secret of life is to see greatness in everyone. ' ' More grits please . . . maggot . . . New York . . . Summer of ' 75 . . . strawberries . . . blue . . . open fields . . . the ocean . . . chocolate . . . the Doors . . . 10-4 . . . M.J.A. 99 GARY SOTIR 47 Montana Dr. Holden DIANE B. SPENCER 162 Clinton Rd. Sterling " Long you live and high you fly, Smiles you give and tears you cry. All you touch and all you see, is all your life will ever be. " (Pink Floyd) Colorado . . . Heineken . . . K.O.P. PAUL BRUCE SPONGBERG 6 Greenbriar Lane Holden " The cheerful man is king. " Football 1, 2, 3 . . . baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 ... Jr. Prom (W.S.) . . . parties . . . L.D.C.C. . . . Green Grass and High Tides Schmidts . . . Kirb’s . . . " Dirty Harry” 2112 . . . Poon . . . Ange¬ lo ' s . . . Districts . . . " Nuge " . . . friends RALPH ST. GEORGE 1994 North Main St. Jefferson " That ' s right " S.P.E.B.S.Q.S.A. Hockey . . . Graphic Arts . . . " Thank me! " . . . " I’m wel¬ come” BARBARA JEAN STANNARD 3 Whitney Dr. Paxton Youth for Easter Seals . . . chorus . . . Y.P.F. . . . swimming . . . poetry . . . " Isle of Islay” . . . Janis Ian . . . Dylan . . . coffee with Cher . . . " to be natural " . . . walking barefoot in the rain . . . loneliness . . . windy autumn days . . . Jesus ERIC DANA STARBARD South Rd. Holden " And in the sweetness of friendship let there be laughter and sharing of pleasures. " Wachusett Singers . . . Con¬ cert Chorus Central District . . . Quabbin Valley Home¬ coming . . . Model T ' s for¬ ever! JUNE LOUISE STARBARD 40 Maple St. Holden " It’s important not to think too lowly of yourself. But then again, it ' s important not to think too highly either. ' ' Basketball MARY DAWN STARR 108 Nola Dr. Holden The greatest pleasure is seeing joy in others . . . " Mayre” . . . oreo cookies . . . Jay . . . Hey Goob! . . . asil . . . T.A.M.A.M.Y. . . . Dec. 17 . . . Evelyn . . . FROGS . . . South Dakota 100 GARY BRADFORD STIDSEN 148 Grove St. Paxton V. Hockey . . .Mr. Wizard . . . Silver Bullet . . . lune 5, 76 . . . Kiss . . . Days Lodge . . . Baseball . . . Stairway to Heaven CHARLES STONEHAM 118 Holden Rd. Paxton " I have finally found a way to live just like I never could before.” Lori . . . ”L " . . . Stephen . . . Summer ' 75 . . . Schoolyard . . . the Cape . . . Washington . . . parties . . . cruisings . . . Beck . . . candles . . . L.D.A. . . . later! LORNA JANE STOTZ 14 Oakridge Rd. Holden THOMAS STREETER 5 Pleasant View Ave. Sterling Jet. DANIEL SUCHOCKI 11 Inwood Rd. Rutland LINDA JEAN SWEENEY 8 Edge wood Dr. Holden " Why do people write words they ' ll have to erase. Why do people show more than one face?” Summer fun . . . Silver Bullet . . . " Blitz” . . . grass stained . . . Thunderbird . . . " from on now " ... art . . . photography CINDY SUE TAIPALE Prescott St. Rutland " A single sunbeam can drive away many shadows. ' ' " Cin " . . . green . . . pizza . . . my friends . . . sun¬ shine . . . P.J.W. . . . laughing . . . music . . . Beach Boys . . . 3R . . . Bus¬ iness Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . SALLY ANN TATRO 172 Meadow Wood Dr. Holden " You can’t always get what you want but if you try sometimes you just might find you get what you need. ' ' Washington . . . Summers . . . Basketball Cheerleading . . . Partying . . . Concerts . . . Zeppelin . . . Cruisin’ . . . rush 101 DIANE CAROL TAYLOR 8 Highland Park Rd. Rutland Laughter, Love, and quiet hours . . . Beauty, songs, fragrant flowers . . . Cares and problems left behind ... A happy heart, a peaceful mind. Jeffersonville, Vermont . . . N.R.P.S. . . . Itipher . . . R. and R. . . . Tonto . . . K.O.P. . . . K.A.P. . . . Washington trip KAREN L. THALIN 10 Ledyard Rd. Paxton Where is the happiness if there is no honesty by which to find it? Child Study . . . cats . . . cycles . . . hot summer days . . . autumn leaves . . . hiking . . . skiing . . . plant freak . . . " Pinhead! " ROBERT THAYER Hubbardston Rd. Princeton MARY-ALICE THERIAULT 98 Lincoln Ave. Holden " Losing the race is not defeat, for in self-surmounting lies the real victory. ' ' Hi there . . . x-country (co- capt.) . . . Winter track . . . Spring track . . . Tiger Track Shoes . . . Josephine Jock . . . Hey M-A . . . my piano . . . sailing . . . Peachy Cream. SCOTT ALAN THOMPSON 46 Windy Ridge Rd. Jefferson Put off today what can be done tomorrow. Skiin ' . . . Surfin’ . . . boardin ' antiques . . . Stooges . . . Maine . . . Vermont . . . beaches . . . mountains VIVIAN LEE THORSEN 99 Main St. Rutland " We know what we are, but know not what we may be. " Shakespeare . . . Echo . . . discos . . . N.Y.C. . . . summer ' 76 . . . Bicentennial . . . sno wflakes . . . sun¬ shine . . . Jones Beach . . . the future . . . finis coronat opus. MICHAEL JOSEPH TIVNAN 22 Griffin Rd. Sterling School is but a step on the stairway to heaven. Tiv . . . Hockey . . . Skiing . . . Hohna . . . Green Grass and High Tides . . . Party!! . . . W.B. . . . Rest Area . . . Calypso . . . Enterprise . . . Bonanza . . . Beatles . . .C.S.N.Y. . . . Passout PATRICIA J. TOD 14 Anthony Dr. Rutland I’ll weave my spell, I’ll say farewell. O Lady Moon, shine down A little people magic If you will. Pijit . . . Radio Rocket . . . Blitzing . . . P.J. ' s . . . Dragbeans . . . Art . . . Photography . . . Out of touch 102 SUSAN F. TOMASINO 38 Asnebumskit Rd. Paxton " It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye. ' ' Laughing . . . silver bullet . . . ships . . . bamboo . . . Autumn . . . Desperado . . . poetry . . . skiing . . . J. Geils . . . animals . . . Cliff DANIEL TOOMEY 8 Birch wood Dr. Holden RHONDA TRAVER Hubbardston Rd. Princeton " You not only have the right to be an individual, you have the obligation to be one. ' ' tennis . . . states . . . pies . . . field hockey . . . capt. . . . NHS . . . McDonald ' s . . . opals . . . Bumps . . . sleep? . . . Thursdays. KEVIN FRANCIS TREMBLAY 157 High St. Jefferson " Between nothingness and eter¬ nity there lies aspirations of well deserved happiness. " Drums . . . Emerson, Lake and Palmer . . . Tull . . . Yes . . . mahavishnur orches¬ tra .. . varsity soccer . . . Worcester orchestra . . . crankin! . . . Heineken . . . Boston Youth Symphony . . . Music. PRISCILLA J. TROW Sterling Rd. Princeton Cil . . . Dance . . . Wash¬ ington . . . New York . . . hoho . . . Shows . . . the WIZ . . . w.w.w. . . . New Found Lake . . . waterskiing ... the beach . . . music . . . lessons . . . traveling DAVID BAILY TUCKER 26 Maple St. Holden " If you learn by your mistakes then I must be getting a terrific education! ' ' Football . . . Basketball . . . Baseball ... 3R ... W.S.R.S. . . . Blizzards . . . No Way! . . . Cleve¬ land KATHLEEN MARIE TULLY 3 Knollwood Rd. Paxton " There are two paths you can go by, but in the long run, there’s still time to change the road you ' re on. " white mtns. . . . concerts . . . K.O.P.-K.A.P. . . . Sleezing . . . Karate ... 10 30 76 . . . sgurd . . . wasted . . .10:02. RICHARD M. TURCOTTE 76 Woodland Rd. Holden Skiing . . . Skate-boarding . . . Vermont . . . Purple sunsets over white snow-capped mountains. 103 JO ANNE TYLER Rowley Hill Rd. Sterling " Poets are all who love - who feel great truths, and tell them. ' ' writing . . . Humpty Dumpty . . . the perennial candidate . . . blue moccasins . . . my guitar . . . open air . . . absurdities . . . poetry . . . Student Council (finally!) . . , Wachusett DIANE MARIE VALANZOLA 55 Crystal St. Paxton " Each of us is the only person that can give what each of us wants to have’ ' . . . Di . . . summer ' 75, ' 76 . . . Cape Cod . . . Horse- neck Beach . . . Milford . . . T.L.C. Cheering . . . Friends . . . good times ROBIN L. VAN VLECK Leominster Rd. Sterling " For long you live and high you fly, But only if you ride the tide. " " Chickadee " . . . Hampton Beach . . . The Border . . . Tull . . . Chapin . . . Dylan . . . K. and C. . . . my friends . . . partyin ' ALLEN DAVID VAN WERT 415 Shrewsbury St. Holden " Bundt " . . . Football . . . lasketball . . . Baseball . . . ' Give me a break” . . . " It ' s -ill in your mind” . . . Banana Splits . . . Tuna Fish . . . lerosmith . . . Led Zeppelin. BETH VANASSE Princeton " Rome was not built in a day Opposition will come your way But the harder the battle you see, It ' s the sweeter the victory. Jimmy Cliff . . . snow . . . mountains . . . K.O.P. . . . painting TERRY A. VARLEY North Brookfield Rd. Oakham " Do what pleases you - it won ' t last forever. " Karen . . . cars . . . trucks . . . motorcycles . . . farm¬ ing MARYELLEN VILLNAVE 22 Montana Dr. Holden " Wealth is not his who has it, but his who enjoys it. " Bud is Wiser . . . Yes . . . G.G. and H.T. Forever . . . Skynyrd . . . Blotter . . . Mesc . . . Brian Perkins 1959- 1976 . . . N.H. . . . con¬ certs . . .K.O.P. 104 05 HERBERT WAGNER Quinapoxet St. Holden GLENN A. WALKER Rt. 140 East Princeton MARK WAITKUS Bean Rd. Sterling " You can never relive a moment, but a memory lasts forever. " Football cheering . . . Child Study ... my sister . . . friends . . . ketchup . . . blue . . . summers ... ' 74 . . . Comet . . . beaches . . . parties . . . dancing . . . McDonald ' s . . . Fitch¬ burg . . . " Rich ' s " . . . Dowidzenia MICHAEL J. WARREN 10 Muddy Pond Rd. Sterling Lydia . . . Aerosmith ' 78 ' . . . Varsity Hockey . . . Jug . . . We all came down from Montreux . . . 209 . . . Stooges . . . Pink Floyd . . . It ' s all right now . . . June 5, ' 76 " Don ' t live on what’s gone wrong, live for what will go right. " Junior Prom . . . Homecoming " 76 " . . . Becky . . . 2 21 76 . . . you zero ... I am from the mountain. " To live and love among men, the heart must break or harden. " Mike . . . 3 25 76 . . . " Lid” . . . Oma . . . Steve Miller . . . Aerosmith . . . ZZ Top . . . Jug . . . Crui¬ sin ' in the station . . . Sum¬ mer ' 76 . . . Jewett JOHN F. WALSH III 481 Highland St. Holden " Always put off till tomorrow what you could do today. " N.H.S. . . . April Fool? . . . Sandy . . . " my " Toy¬ ota . . . The Vinny . . . Gibbo ' s . . . Moose ' s Antics . . . Skynyrd and Outlaws tunes . . . Horseneck . . . shots ... A. Hoffman . . . Sox, Celts, and Pat ' s . . . C.S.N.Y. WAYNE ROBERT WATJUS Swett Hill Rd. Sterling Yamaha RD 400 . . . ' Cuda . . . Motorcycle . . . Cars . . . Water Skiing . . . Snowmobiling LILA MARIA VOTRUBA Campbell St. Rutland LYDIA JOAN WACCARY Clinton Rd. Sterling SCOTT WEBBER 15 Bullard St. Holden Kawasaki . . . screaming . . . cruising Miller is the High Life . . . good old gold . . . Deanna . . . Falcons . . . Forever . . . Wore. Public Beach RICHARD WILLIAM WELSH 13 Colorado Dr. Holden Fish . . . Peaceful coexist¬ ence . . . O.A. ... 201- W.F.D. . . . Miami-U . . . Philadelphia . . . Monty Python IUDITH RUTH WESPI 72 Cook St. Holden " lust like leaves in the autumn wind, we ' re driftin ' . . . " ANDREW RAYMOND WESSELS 167 Newell Hill Rd. Sterling let. Andy . . . Y.C.C, " The Albino Brothers " EDWARD WHITE East County Rd. Rutland MARGARET WIGGINS East Princeton Rd. Princeton " You don’t know what you’ve had until it ' s gone. " Peggy . . . Dance . . . Ski Trips . . . Washington . . . cruisin ' . . . Ogonquit Beach . . . " The Quid " . . . sun¬ shine . . . memories MARK DANIEL WILDE 117 West St. Paxton ' ' The reward of a job well done, is to have done it. " Moose . . . Starsky . . . Beaches . . . 6th period Arby’s . . . Scuba Diving . . . Blue . . . Music . . . Fishing . . . Lobsters . . . Friendly’s . . . Aerosmith . . . Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Football 1,2, 3, 4 CATHY WILDFEUER 37 Lancelot Dr. Paxton " Oh, Right, Right! " . . . Definitely . . . Really . . . Excellent . . . " I ' m 100 °lo right 40 °]o of the time " . ; . Levis . . . Bronx Cheer . . . Pretzel Logic . . . Negative Infinity . . . Deafening Silence . . . Massachusetts Accents . . . And now for something completely differ¬ ent! 106 DALE N. WILKIE 91 Wyoming Dr. Holden Life is like a straight line, always going on meeting new people and doing new things, but sometimes you end up going in a circle. Chevy II . . . Penton . . . scuba . . .skiing . . . week¬ ends STEVEN WILLETTE Black Hill Rd. Paxton GARY W. WILLIAMS 666 Salisbury St. Holden Life is like an elevator, It can take you up or it can bring you down. Friends . . . New Hampshire . . . weekends . . . good- times . . . Freedom . . . camping . . . hiking chevy . . . " Reg” JULIE LYNN WILLIAMS 14 John Alden Rd. Holden " For every sunrise there is a dream, for every sunset a memory.” Dick . . . 3 5 75 . . . Friends . . . Parties . . . L.D.C.C. . . . Cape Cod . . . Bermuda . . . Dance Club . . . Spring Musical . . . Student Council . . . Loggins and Messina . . . movies . . . Proms . . . SUZANNE PATRICIA WIL¬ LIAMSON 183 West St. Paxton " Bless the beasts and the chil¬ dren, for in this world they have no voice, they have no choice. " Tennis . . . Corbie . . . good friends . . . the sea . . . wet, misty days . . . ice tea baby . . . ROBIN LYNN WILLS 164 Nola Dr. Holden With a song in my heart . . . W.C.C. . . . Singers . . . softball . . . basketball . . . covered wagons . . . Y.F. . . . s.d. ' ing . . . mountains . . . C.D. and N.E. Chorus . . . Kennebunkport Lunen¬ burg . . . Deering . . . boat¬ ing . . . " I ' m cold! " . . . friends . . . Lady . . . S.D.A.S.S. . . . W.W.A.S.S. . . . thanks. Mom and Dad! LARRY DREW WILSON 33 Fredrickson Ave. Holden Reality is you, so keep it close. Football 9, 10, 11. 12 . . . " JETHRO " . . . " Punish Em! " . . . Comet . . . Michelob . . . Tequila Sun¬ rise . . . THE V.W. . . . Tull . . . Aerosmith . . . Black Sabbath . . . Take it easy - MADELINE WILSON 49 Sunnyside Ave. Holden " The unexamined life is not worth living. ” Socrates. Acadia . . . Advanced Biol¬ ogy . . . U.S. History . . . J.C. and C.H. . . . yearbook . . . Worcester Concert Choir 107 DENNIS S. WOODRUFF 28 Laurel Hill Lane Holden " That which has been is now; and that which is to be has already been. " Guitar . . . Immanuel . . . Vicks . . . Dramatics . . . Thanks Lord. NANCY J. WOODSMALL 42 Redstone Hill Rd. Sterling " Wouldn ' t it be nice . . D.M.T. . . . June 7, 1972 . . . long Sunday rides . . . N.H. ... the beach . . . Beach Boys Concerts . . .Jr. Prom . . . M.G.B. . . . Weekends . . . Summer. LAURIE WOODS 17 Hilltop Ave. Holden THOMAS WYNN 57 Woodridge Rd. Holden Spofford Y.C. . . . NA ' s 75 . . . Hilton Head . . . Harb¬ our Town . . . NA ' s 76 . . . Sheybogen . . . Manitou Beach . . . 10 ft. . . . 12220 . . . F.D. ... Waterville Valley . . . Stratton . . . Boston . . . ON THE ROAD . . . circles. CAROLE WYREBEK Justice Hill Rd. Sterling " If you smile at me I will understand, cuz that is some¬ thing everyone everywhere does in the same language . . . " Skiing . . . music . . . dancing . . . laughter . . . Gordon Lightfoot . . . the out¬ doors . . . Nova Scotia . . . day-dreaming. USA ANN YOUNG 451 Highland St. Holden " Today will pass, tomorrow will come, but the yesterdays will always be with us. " Duck . . . Friends . . . Child Study . . . Kids . . . the 5th . . . Memories . . . Parties . . . Excellent times . . . My family . . • Clothes . . . Summers . . . yarm. NINA MARIE ZONA 674 Salisbury St. Holden " Love ' s season ' s brief . . . only a lifetime . . . never enough. " David L. Clapp . . . 9 28 74 . . . Stairway to heaven . . . Herman . . . 10 7 76 . . . Rye Beach . . . Florida . . . Dawson . . . Friends . . . Proms . . . Parties . . . Summers . . . snowstorms . . . J.V. Basketball cheer¬ leader . . . Spring Musical . . . memories. JENNIFER JANE ZOOK 19 Cumberland Circle Holden " 1 don ' t know where I ' m going, but I know I ' m on my way. " friends . . . good times . . . Washington . . . Monadnock . . . Loggins and Messina . . . dance . . . gymnastic . . . laughing . . . summer nites . . . England . . . Motos . . . Rusting out . . . Veg. 108 KATHY CORCORAN 7 Meadowbrock Dr. Paxton " You will do foolish things, but do them with enthusiasm. " Guitar . . . Spain . . . Band . . . Clark U. . . . Chorus . . . Fugues ANNE YOUNGSTROM Malden St. Holden " At dawn eagles lie and hover above the plain where light gathers in pools. " Art . . . hiking . . . canoe¬ ing .. . sitting by the fire¬ place . . . animals . . . sol¬ itude . . . sunsets . . . wind . . . same old wine . . . antiques JAMES M. CASAVANT 755 Pleasant St. Paxton P.P. at C.C. . - . " You ' re never too old if you ' re too young to die. " . . . football camp at L.J.C. . . . R.B. 11 5 76 Motocross . . . Greengrass and high tides . . . Kawasaki 750 . . . Colum¬ bian Gold ... Led Zeppelin . .,. T.M. . . . Worcester Public Beach . . . B.B. and S. . . . Truckin ' and Crankin ' PENLE1GH JANE HUNT 438 Marshall St. Paxton ' ' Time is short, we should never waste it, for if we should waste time life would go by too fast. " Boldie . . . Morgan Horses . . . The Cold and Snow . . . Arts and Crafts . . . AquaBlue HOP NGUYEN 123 Bailey Rd. Holden KATRINA IRENE CRUTCHER 1 Eugenia Lane Paxton August ' 74 . . . Franky . . . " Love will keep us together " . . . Wedding Bells . . . July ' 77 . . . Colorado mountains . . . old friends and good times . . . McDonald ' s . . . early grace ... A goal achieved and a dream come true THERESA LOUISE McGANN Glenwood Rd. Rutland " Every minute I am angry, I lose 60 seconds of happiness. Teri . . . child study . . . plants . . . camping . . . backpacking . . . arts and crafts . . . swimming . . . friends . . . " Life is fun . . . enjoy it! " Room 226 .. . English . . . Snow! . . . " Happy Days " ILENE WILDFEUER 37 Lancelot Dr. Paxton " Accept me as I am - only then will we discover each other. " tennis . . . promises . . . " Breakaway " . . . love . . . 5 ' 2 " and eyes of blue . . . tomorrow . . . Leney . . . " Conform and be dull! " . . . football . . . perfection . . . Beatles ROGER WOOD 20 Holt Rd. Holden Varsity football . . . Jethro Tull 7 76 . . . L.D.C.C Strike . . . MARIA ANN RIPA 3 Pleasan t View Ave. Sterling " I only Wanna Be With You " David . . . Second Study . . . soccer games with Sandy . . . " You kill me " . . . R.I.S.D. with Deb . . . Eagles . . The Who . . . 11 6 76 . . . J. and W. Dorm . . . watching guys with Deb BRIAN WILLIAMSON 185 West Street Paxton " 72 Ski-doo " . . . water skiing . . . jumping barefooting . . . snowmobiling . . . CB’ing . . . . . " Howadaka " . . . Church basketball . . . . tricking . . . slalom . " S.B.” . . . " Booner " PARTYING . . . " Stiles water Ski Club’ ' 109 Scott How are you Scott? I miss you Scott. We used to talk together About how good life was and how we could make it better. We used to cut first period class on warm, sunny days And talk of the White Mountains and Castaneda. You and t used to work and talk together in the art room. You were pretty good with clay. I watched you paint your helmet. You put your life, your body and soul, into that helmet, Your long blond hair and bright eyes, All into that fragile helmet. Scott do you hear me? Can you? This is not funny. Michael doesn ' t stare into empty space for nothing, you know. This is not easy for me to say at all. You used to sit with me on the front lawn During lunch periods and stretch your arms Up to the sun and back behind you in the grass. We ' d toss the frisbee around. You threw it to me. You threw it the straightest. Beasley, your dog, misses you too Scott. Everyone knew how kind and gentle you were, Especially Beasley. It was so easy being your friend. I never, ever, heard you yell at or fight with anyone. You were free from insult, anger, inhibition, And all those petty weaknesses I have. You were free. FREE! Far too free to be captured by my words. You used to write, “I am not a number " on computer data cards. The irony is pathetic. The computer wanted you Scott, You were its greatest antagonist. It knew you drew hard on the joint of life. What makes me so sad is that We used to share it together. I’m deeply sorry Scott, My words do you an injustice. by Marc A. Poirier When you can do the common things of life, in an uncommon way, you will command the attention of the world. George Washington Carver • , 1 ■ ' i ftfc evicts class compu dock m i . i most a 3t% " v W eric starbard ' JVA melinda dow §s cheryl merlin madeline Wilson best in dale bennett phil annetts mary ahearn barry boutelle most courteous WH I ' ll rhonda traver matt dufault r , ' 4 Z’Qt-J music class blushers leesa daw eric rosseiand richard fox curt blood class clo i f | f| it f ] f| i Cathy Gusha SUN AT SEVEN-FIFTEEN Light shaft walks on water getting not wet, God ' s sun piercing the dusk with gleaming eyes? Or Saint Diogenes searching in regret, Finding that only nature tells no lies? Mixture of sad and joy, the awe serene, Silent heaven bids me young to rest now? Or King ' s shiny beacon of the peace dream, Wigh no ripples in the pure, no fears of how? My stars fallen to sea still twinkle bright, Soon ebb home to otherwise chaotic black, Where golden hope leads rebels to lifes ' fight, Thy star abundant but thy will we lack, Absolute is the way of the evening star, Follow thee spirit, thy soul will soar far. W.A.S. 134 the poet 8th wonder of the world devotes his life to writing words on slips of paper and magically turning them into poems tangles of rhyme and philosophy He is held in awe by the population they don ' t see the perfectionist working for a living like everyone else only his love sets him apart. Rachel Freed Peter Bahlo Peter Bahlo Train whistle at 10:45 Its lonesome tone carries well on the clear air, making me think of how much I like New England nights and that a hundred other would-be poets may wait for its song, just as I do. That drawn out whine of a whistle brings reassurance that the dark is not as impenetrable as it sometimes seems. Sound fills my room and then, reluctantly, it diminishes, moving on to other places, other poets. Rachel Freed 135 NOT CARING The pears are ever-ripe They fall At random, untasted, Grass grows over them Leaves blow over them, Snow covers them over And, in time, they decompose. They have for thirty-four years, The roots grow deep. We have excellent luck with grapes, Despite Andy ' s dogs. The arbor sags under their weight. Big luscious bunches of Green, purple, and Aurora ones. When waiting is over and they ripen My grandmother and my uncles and I Pick them and put them in a Hand thrown clay bowl In the center of kitchen table. After two days They ' re good for only the fruit flies. Marc Poirier Peter Bahlo A PLACE TO REST Big boulder Please don ' t roll over I ' m just here to rest in your shade. It ' s so cool On the moist leaves Beneath you, Out of the dayheat. It ' s so peaceful, Your soft moss as a pillow, Resting against your side. Somewhere nearby there ' s a trickle of water. 36 Marc Poirier JAMIE I remember you at the bus stop When we were six, you had a green book bag. We were off to first grade and ready to take on the world. Twelve years have come and gone since then. We both walk to school, You played football and I work on the yearbook. We think we ' re so very grown up And are still ready to take on the world. Jo-Anne Crystoff Jo-Anne Crystoff 137 THE FOUR YEAR9 At first the time passes slowly, I watch the clock, awaiting anxiously to pass. With every twisted footstep I gain momentum, Only to end my years in question. T.A.9. I saw a star last night and tried to catch it — touch it keep it. . . But, like a dream a star is impossible to hold . . . It teasingly twinkles and then its gone . . . Peter Bahlo The passing of time is like a single snowflake melting in the sun Reflections of our lives the sunshine of the morning the shadows of the night as timeless as the ocean as numerous as the stars memories are a treasure stored away in the closets of our minds. 39 Escape to crayons And life ' s a coloring book With simple lines — Peter Bahlo 140 Peter Bahlo I ' ve come to the end of the road. My ship is long overdue , — my paycheck as well. The sky is gray and cloudy, as are the thoughts that tumble through my mind. What I need — is a rainbow — Ilene 141 dJonxdl - cjodofia) Of) (2 s - V O ' v-5T O % e- 4 . M w. -S»] 9 O ?, V h (• X? JL e jMf _ _ Ja nOLu ($Jk c. • £iicUj CbtiiAQ X ' j £ -42Qit JlM ' clash ' MeCr Ll 142 I have these moments so steady and strong; I ' m feeling so holy and humble. 145 and I feel myself starting to crumble The meanings get lost and the teachings get tossed 148 and you don ' t know what you ' re going to do next. 149 You wait for the sun but it never quite comes some kind of message comes through to you: 152 that ' s a part of the plan. 156 Await your arrival 157 and one day we ' ll all understand 1 " Love when you can, cry when you have to; be who you must that ' s a part of the plan. 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Gillmore, C. Brown, M. Wyrebeck, J. Tucker, J. Locke, L. Nash, C. Finnegan, J. Cavanaugh, W. Larson, T. Kenney, T. Cronk, L. Naas, Mrs. Radimir. Captain Doug Roeder Coaches Lewis and Domaingue VARSITY AND JV TEAMS: Front Row: R. Thayer, F. Iafrato, S. Robinson, D. Carlson, A. VanWert, J. Hall, M. Wilde, S. Kinney, L. Wilson, G. Goodhile, D. Roeder, G. Oslebo, J. McColl, B. Boutelle, R. Wood, H. Wagner, B. Williamson. 2nd Row: K. Welch, B. Long, J. Drolet, R. Kohlstrom, M. Shields, K. Walsh, D. McDonald, C. Scott, D. Iafrato, S. Grennon, B. Pease, J. Debs, C. Blair, M. Sundin, B. Ritter, E. Beck, S. Desrosiers, D. Curtis, P. Bock (man¬ ager). Back Row: P. Denublia (manager), L. Marenio, G. Stidsen, B. Ware, R. Bennett, T. Kelly, D. Nopenen, M. Stockwell, P. Smith, D. Forester, J. Goodhile, M. Cupean, D. Roeder, B. Spryka, K. McCarthy, B. Lengas, J. Dingle, W. Yaglou, P. Puccetti, B. Wills, M. Lloyd, K. Carlson, W. Ritter, K. Garvey, R. Johns, K. Tatro, D. Corcoran, Coaches Lewis and Domaingue. 186 FRESHMAN TEAM: Standing: Coach Mike Ball, T. Bailey, K. Eicholz, P. Oslebo, J. Littero, G. Wil¬ liamson, J. Catlin, S. Rowen, D. Martel, S. Parker, Coach B. Trikakis. Kneeling: B. Weller, J. Thompson, A. Chiller, B, Walsh, J. McKenna, J. Anderson, D. Ross, J. Reeves, J. Hayes, P. Occa- penti. 188 Back Row: B. Potvin, K. Palermo, M. Walton, R. Wespi, C. Donegan, M. Jaquith. Front Row: C. Price, K. Sefton, S. Martel, M. Therault, J. Eagan, D. Strom. girl ' s crosscountry 192 I boy ' s cross country 194 Row 1: D. Soderlund, S. Freese, W. DesRosiers, M. Dufault, B. Marsh. Row 2: M. Marsh, J. Goewey, T. Kerxhalli, D. Wheeler, B. Chochette. Back Row: B. Kirk, B. Sherman, P. Redfield, G. Viner, M. Warren. 195 VARSITY TEAM: Front Row: M. Scardamaglia, I. Kennedy, M. Paddock, C. Bazzano, S. Benoit, J. Sherwood, K. Marshall, D. Shanahan. Back Row: J. Rocha, S. Bazzano, D. Hackett, R. Smultz, M. Bahlo, A. Jones, K. Nelson, R. Noel, Coach Charlie Campbell. 198 J.V. TEAM: Front Row: B. Personi, T. Goewey, G. Varjan, S. Pascalas, P. Fortunato, S. Puffa, T. Corbin, K. Kennedy, T. Sidoti, J. Shanahan, M. Campbell, P. Goewey. Back Row: J. Engle - hart, D. McKai, I, McKinley, B. Walker, D. Monahan, B. Wilson, J. Aney, B. White, M. Enrood, K. Durham, E. Green, B. McKay, D. Shirako, Coach Skip Knight. 199 boy ' s gymnastics Back Row: Coach Mr. Domaingue, D. Johnson, T. Couture, M. Murray, B. Sherman. 2nd Row: J. Ken¬ nedy, D. Hacket, D. Ranta. Front Row: S. Benoit, M. Farrell, T. Duvarney, A. Dufault, M. Piscione. 202 girl ' s gymnastics Front Row: E. Warms, L. Plainte, S. Donnegan, R. Fitzgerald, C. Suchocki, M. Casey. 2nd Row: Coach Ms. Provost, D. Wylie, C. Hugo, N. Midgehall, K. Connell, K. Gusha, A. Horsefall, K. Doolittle, P. Cocoa, L. West. Back Row: C. Wylie, S. Guthrie, N. Brackett, R. Bousquet, R. Long, D. Joyce, B. Roughan, P. Ritter, C. Plaza, K. Rosseland, H. Butler, S. Crystoff. 203 VARSITY TEAM: Front Row: M. Jones, S. Franco, Co-Capts. , M. Naas, B. Lee, S. Ball, P. Brewer, T. Scappaticci. Back Row: Coach Toby Snelson, D. Gibbs (statistics), C. Bazzano, C. Holt, M. Pelletz, C. Holt, M. Thompson, J. Walsh, J. Bartlett, K. Walsh (statistics). 206 FRESHMAN TEAM: Back Row: Coach Mike Ball, B. Walsh, B. Weller, K. Eicholz, E. DeMatia, A. Mahan, J. Catlin, K. Lindfors, E. Ajalia, T. Bailey, T. Hayes, M. Wilson. Front Row: J. McLaughlin, J. Olson, S. Parker. 208 J.V. CHEERLEADERS: Floor: B. Daw. Standing: L. Creelman, M. Kilgore, J. Cavanaugh, L. Pothoma On Top: J. Paulson. 209 VARSITY TEAM: C. Brown, L. Lavoie, L. Hayes, J. Palermo, M. Reed, F. Ekert, K. Callahan, R. Wills, L. Nash, J. Pentland, Coach Linda Radimer, Co-Capts.: S. Keith, C. Elliot and J. Starbard. 212 JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM: Back Row: B. Potvin, L. Gilmore, B. Potvin, K. Morin, R. Helle, N. Pentlans, K. Palermo, D. DesRoches, M. Wyrbeck, E. Crutcher. Front Row: B. Barone (co-capt.), T. Kenney (Capt.), L. Naas and B. Temple (Co-Capts.). 213 ■ 215 :« - .1 M VARSITY: Standing: Manager J. Parker, T. Granger, D. Blood, R. Boutelle, J. Duca, M. Morin, G. Blood, B. Boutelle, D. Rodeur, J. Mastrotatro, A. Paulson, Coach Bouvier. Kneeling: B. Duca, B. Mikulski, C. Caiizzi, R. Moran, J. Richardson, G. Stidsen, M. Wilde, L. Ljungberg. 216 CHEERLEADERS: Back Row: S. Varnum, P. Costa, J. Hogan, J. Brunnell, G. Antonelli. From Row: C. Creelman, K. Sidoti, K. Scott, K. Loftus, J. Commenda. Missing: K. Rampsi. J.V. TEAM: Coach Pickering, G. Stidsen, N. Gamblin, J. Hill, G. Stidsen, R. Warren, D. Perry, K. Person, T. Tivnan, B. McKenna, M. Bouvier, Coach Neil. Kneeling: D. Neil, P. Forester, B. Roy, G. Eagan, S. Arnold, P. Fortier, D. McKie. 217 Front Row: G. Goodhile, C. Nergararian, L. Wilson, D. Lamoureaux, H. Wagner. B. Marsh, S. Freese, D. Soderlund, W. DesRosiers. 2nd Row: P. Goewey, T. Goewey, H. Burgess, J. Kirk, B. Choquette, R. Wheeler, J. Goewey, D. Wheeler, M. Marsh, D. Jordan, T. Kelly. Last Row: D. MacCullum (ass ' t coach), G. Medluskas, R. Wespi, C. Price, C. O ' Neill, J. Warren, B. Nash, M. Walton, C. Burgess, B. Kirk, J. Ljundberg, M. Stockwell, T. Dufault, Coach Warren. 220 ILARSITYJEftOTB, lame M Fit ibu ' tf 3 Shrewsbury 5 St Peter ' s 4 Holy Name 3 David Prouty h-’ y., : ■ . r S ' : (Leom.) ' 3 Quabbin ASTIC yahaAto Leominster Shepard Hill Shrewsbury VARSITY " wRHS r ' 0 Auburn 6 Fitchburg WRHS m St. Peters Maynard Algonquin TOTALS: 10W JV ' s: 8W 9W 3L 2T 5W 2L 4T 6L girl’s varsity Gymnastics Tahanto 37. Leomiikter ' 40. WRHS 37.0 40.2 59.9 61.75 50.15 67.3 52.3 0L Taharfto Leomirkter ' Shepard Hill Gardner Jjffntasqua Jr, jfjwi lbum Gardner TOTALS: i- : :r sSSij‘1 ■ 44.3 BOY’S W 62 WRHS 66 9 Leommstea r St.John i ' Bumcoatf ' f ' ' s South l A Narragansetfr Oakmon M Fite Gioton Dunstable Conference Meet OTALS: 5W 2L 78.83 7W WRHS BOJ’S CROSS-COUNTRY ST.yft mards SomeBt Invit. 30 10th GIRL’S VARSI 56 WRHS 26 58 Milford Fitchburg NotieLDam 59.5 61 2nd 19th TOTALS 10 fall and winter scoreboard 222 senior committee Standing: M. Wilson, D. Bennett. Kneeling: R. Traver, M Paddock. Missing: J. Boyce, S. Langer, K. Gusha. junior class officers E. Warms, J. Drolet sophomore committee M. Scully, N. Kingsbury, J. Cavanaugh, K. Durham a I ■ a»» I 224 freshman cabinet R. Bedard, L. Jumonville, P. Shea, L. Creelman student advisory committee student council Back Row: K. Durham, S. Moore, J. Clark, J. Drolet. 2nd Row: D. Fulginetti, A. Trafton, A. Jordan, L. Creelman, S. Martel, C. Redstadt, M. Bahlo, M, Wyerbeck, J. Tyler. Front Row: A. Vanasse, C. Croft, M. Loan, J. Antonelli, K. Palermo. L. Butler, A. Trafton, K. Rettstadt, M. Stockwell mathletes 8.A.I.N.T.8. Back Row: A. Crysostom, S. Keith, B. Grover, B. Sherman, J. Boyce. Kneeling: J. Loban, D. Pizziferri, T. Banks. model u.n. and political affairs Standing: J. Amey, D. Carter, T. Kerxhalli, D. Donahue, E. Johansen, J. Green, J. Fortier, D. Carter, A. Gonzalez. Sitting: S. Kelly, S. Gentleman, D. Jacoby, C. Oriol, A. Casavant, C. Smith, M. Heery. Lying: P. Ewick. 226 Back Row: D. Bedard, F. Hall, K. Wildfeur, B. Sherman, C. Ahlstrom. Front Row: W. Csaplar, R. Lundquist, M. Edelstein, C. Price, D. Pizziferri. national honor society Standing: J. Sobol, C. Wildfeuer, J. Eagan, R. Traver, G. Korjeff, S. Keith, C. Elliot, F. Hall, S. Barrett, J. Brunnell. Kneeling: B. Sherman, B. Grover, M. W ilson, M. Naas, C. Ahlstrom, R. Scully, J. Fifield, I. Wildfeuer, J. Hermanson, M. Kightlinger. trench national honor society Standing: Mrs. Bernier, S. Keith, D. Johnson, G. Korjeff, R. Corelli, M. Wilson, Mrs. Horgan. Kneeling: M. Mathews, H. Gamblin, J. Loban, T. Banks. Spanish national honor society J. Dubee, Mr. Scarrone, S. Zottoli, D. Johnson, B. MacManus, Ms. Mrzyglod, G. Dubee, F. Hall, G. Ahlstrom. 227 echo staff Standing: L. Butler, L. Hermanson, W. Hibbard, D. Gibbs, G. Abernathy, K. Heary, K. Cleveland, G. Forsberg, L. Phinney, K. Borezo. Kneeling: N. Hoyt, M, Kane, D. Landgren, I. Wildfeuer, S. Conrad, S. Haymen. yearbook literary staff T. Shaughnessy, M. Bahlo, Mrs. Davis, S. Barrett, P. Robichaud. Missing From Picture: M. Pourier, S. Rio, J. Roche. Back Row: D. Bedard, J. Gilmore. Middle Row: K. Borezo, W. Hibbard, J. Eagan, A. Youngstrom, C. Corey, N. Nourse. Front Row: T. Couture, S. Krasses, J. Tyler. Missing: S. Coulombe. yearbook art and advertising staff 228 latin club french club Standing: Mrs. Corbett, K. MacMaster, P. Casper, J. Roberts, J. Decker, B. Bosley, S. Grover, J. Raitto, K. Nelson. Kneeling: A. Bailey, L. Sandquist, L. Cummings, M. Wyrebek, D. Swanson, M. Kane, K. Mauer, S. Burns, W. Nordquist. Sitting: S. Comstock, L. Farrell, C. Gager, J. Laird, J. Tucker, E. Putnam, P. Angleston. Standing: Mrs. Bernier, J. Scholl, D. Soderlund, R. Goss, K. Schoustak, S. Williamson, Mr. Foley. Kneeling: H. Paulson, D. Oriol, A. Paulson. Spanish club Standing: Mr. Scirrone, M. Thoennes, J. Wadja, S. Asaiante, Ms. Mrzyglod. Kneeling: S. Krashes, L. Sandquist. 229 business club Standing: Mrs. Thompson, L. Foster, D. Bedard, L. MacAllister, D. Johnson, D. Jones, J. Hunt, M. Garabedian. Kneeling: R. Sasse, N. Nichols, T. Kinnear, P. Wiggins, J. Posthuma, K. Borezo. library club Standing: Mrs. Chase, B. Warner, A. Gibney, G. Hill, S. Swenson, A. Kosinchuk, K. Nelson, K. Shanahan, L. Sandquist, L. Akers, Mrs. Sandquist. Kneeling: J. Wilder, N. Hoyt, C. Kelly, S. Jordan, D. Larson, J. Marengo, V. Boisseau, S. Sudar, P. Ferguson. computer club Standing: Mr. Ethier, F. Litterio, T. Foley, K. Schmitz, S. Sudat, D. Carlson, K. Shustack, A. Casavant, V. Boisseau. Kneeling: P. Woods, J. Abbott, C. Nergararian, S. Munyan, B. Sherman, W. Csaplar Jr. 230 reflections science seminar Standing: C. Nergararian, M. Decouteau, B. Sherman, A. Gonzales, J. Davis, M. Casavant, H. Rothschild. Kneeling: J. Duncanson, S. Freed, M. Kane, K. Schmitz, R. Silvia, M. Edelstein, D. Pizziferri. computer systems operator and programers club J. Abbot, C. Nergararian, D. Oriol, S. Munyan, M. Decouteau. staff L. Phinney, K. Wildfeuer, S. Freed, C. Shanahan, S. Mercier, I. Wildfeuer, S. Hayman, K. Cleveland. 231 future farmers of america Front Row: T. Varley, B. Hanson, J. Lizotte, T. Merkauage, S. Veaudry, D. Wheeler, C. Stimson, B. Parker, R. Pearson, P. Dickman, J. Jackiewicz. Second Row: Mr. McLain, H. Hallen, R. Gould, M. Benoit, T. Clark, S. Ring, T. Pierce, S. Stimson, C. Cross, D. Perkins, D. Despres, J. McKinstry, C. Mann, A. Provost, Mr. Warren. Third Row: M. Campbell, J. McGrath, K. Walker, S. Jarvi, G. Richards, C. Stimson, A. Catalafano, C. Mann, D. Despres, J. Gallery. Back Row: C. Shipman, D. Eddy, J. Woodward, J. Johanson, M. Duval. sailing team R. Wills, M. Mathews, S. Budd, K. Nelson, L. Holmes, K. Foster, C. Hall, S. Foster, K. Maki chess team Standing: Mr. Lenard, E. Sokolowski, D. Pizziferri, J. Wynn. Sitting: T. Foley, J. Roy, M. Carville, R. Fox, R. Teshner, K. Zaleski. 232 rock climbing club M. Kane, B. Sherman, D. Soderlund, D. Oriol, J. Swanson ski club Sitting: A. Vanesse, T. Loysen, K. Rettstadt, R. Emery, A. Trafton, C. Plaza, S. Berry, C. Foley, D. Jacoby, M. Miller, P. Ritter, S. Krashes. Kneeling: K. Durham, S. Stoneham, R. Seymour, N. Midghall, K. Briggs, C. Carter, S. Martel, C. Leland, T. Duffy, P. Gay, J. Kilgore, M. Tivnan, S. Thompson. Standing: C. Cross, P. Cross, D. Johnson, J. Leard, G. Forsberg, J. Eagan, P. Wiggins, J. Hunt, M. Bahlo, C. Ahlstom, J. Hall, E. Rosselund, M. Peck, M. Midwood, G. Korjeff. freshman mathletes L. Hopkins, H. Hallen, C. Kelley, M. Lapointe, K. Kaleski 233 band council R. Freed, S. Nourse, L. Fox life sciences workshop J. Giguere, S. Krashes, A. Casavant, J. Wajda Standing: B. Mosieau, R. Wills, J. Duncanson, K. Wilson, D. Sherdell. Kneeling: N. Nourse, B. Morton, J. Davidson. chorus council 234 Pygmie, Screw, Mad Dog, String Bean (John-boy), Francis the Talking Hall, Frosty (Fronzie), Marty (Killer). Behind: Give-’em-Hell Harry. We ' re about to be killed! . . . Mod Squad . . . severe Waltonage , , . just one soccer picture . , . peanut butter and fluff . . . soda and crackers . . . Fuzz ' s Wheels . , . Orkle! . . . Buffed ! . . fine . . , feci free • The Gun ... no way . . . The Who ' s Who Affair . . . hey Madeline . . . ? . . . roofers , , , hard and fast , . , a special THANKS to Harry Len We do not remember days, We remember moments. 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' s PANASONIC TV ' s RADIOS REGENCY - COBRA - JOHNSON-HY GAIN CB ' S 80Z MAIN SI.HOLOBN HOLDEN TV. ffi 9 -mit 4 45 CHAPEL STREET HOLDEN, MA 01520 Compliments of HOLDEN HOME MODERNIZING INC. 256 Compliments of REED PLASTIC CORP. Holden BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF ’77 FROM RUTLAND PHARMACY INC. 85 MAIN STREET RUTLAND, MA 01543 TEL: 886-6261 DAVID H. TUTTLE B.S. R.PH. COMPLIMENTS OF RED ROCK FARM STERLING JCT. RALPH B. NOURSE OWNER BACK HOE WORK Compliments of d. f. McCauley PLUMBING ■ HEATING CO. HOLMES-SHUSAS FLORIST, INC. 1 Ararat Street Worcester A Supermarket for Plants and Flowers Open Daily 8:30-5:30 Sundays: Noon ' Til 5P.M. 853-2550 FRIENDLY ICE CREAM 9H0P 1060 Main Street Holden CHAFFINS GARAGE INC. ZOTTOLI BROS. NO PRESSURE NO SALES GIMMICKS 512 Main Street, Holden JUST GOOD OLD FASHIONED CHEVROLET SALES AND SERVICE At the Same Location for 45 Years Tel: 829-6922 257 Compliments of AGWAY SUPPLIES FOR FARM AND GARDEN PAXTON LIQUORQ 150 Main Street Holden, Mass. HOLDEN HEATING COMPANY " Our Customers Are Warm Friends " 752 Main Street Holden Tel. 829-5454 Good Luck to the Class of 1977 from DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION THE SCHOOL STORE 258 GREEN MEADOW LODGE ■ RESTAURANT BANQUET FACILITIES - CLAMBAKES OUTINGS Crowley Road Sterling 422-6037 Paul McGrath 829-5305 829-6533 HOLDEN ANIMAL 9HELTER Boarding, Placement and Disposal 424 Princeton Street Holden, Mass. 01522 HOLDEN BAKERY Main Street Holden Tel. 829-5403 i!:- NORMAND ' S HAIR STYLIST 787 Main Street Holden Tel. 829-2321 CARLSON OIL CO. r uMO YO( purr Per pennzoil jbnca " ° Holden, Mass. PETROLEUM PRODUCTS 1 fit : ‘ ' 22 f Compliments of CHRISTO ' S MARKET Holden Street Holden VILLAGE PHARMACY Main Street, Sterling Mel Mastrodomico Registered Pharmacist Tel. 422-7791 259 REED ROLLED THREAD DIE COMPANY 260 Compliments of GOODHUE ' S COUNTRY STORE Wachusett St. Holden I thought you said the football games were on Sunday.” f COUTURIER FABRIC SHOPPE 42 Main Street Sterling E. D. MARSH OIL COMPANY INC. Congratulations Class of ' 77 JOHNSON ' S GARAGE PACKAGE STORE MECHANIC ON DUTY Bill and Muriel Route 140 RFD Tel: 617-422-7903 Sterling Jet. , MA 01565 Compliments of MILTON L. PEARSON, INC. School Bus Service Holden COMPLETE DESIGN, INSTALLATION AND SERVICE HEATING - PLUMBING - AIR CONDITIONING PARKER OIL SERVICE, INC. Chaffin’s Plumbing Heating 674 Main Street Holden, MA 01520 Telephone: 829-5422 ft- ■« 4-i JWL k ORBIT PIZZA Pizza Soft Ice Cream Chicken, Spaghetti Grinders 985 Main Street Holden Compliments of WACHUSETT (UMBER Route 56 Rutland, MA 01543 Tel. 886-6195 829-2881 Emergency 756-7022 MARSHALL DRUG Prescription Specialists Marshall Hurwitz 619 Main Street Holden Best Wishes to the Class of 1977 from PAXTON GULF SERVICE 403 Pleasant Street Paxton, Mass. 752-9272 Robert W. " Bob” Smith Tires Batteries Accessories FAUCHER BROS., INC. Plastering Contractors Paxton, Mass. 01612 Tel. 799-6524 MILES FUNERAL DIRECTORS Complete Tune Up Service Complete Brake Service Exhaust Systems Foreign Car Service Holden Also Serving: Princeton, Paxton and Rutland Telephone: 829-4434 SUNNYSIDE MOTOR CO. Main Street Holden, Mass. HOLDEN HARDWARE CO. Electrical and Plumbing Supplies Paints and Hardware Sporting Goods Tel. 829-4973 1107 Main Street CONSUMER ' S SAVINGS BANK COMPLIMENTS OF MARTIN TOOL MANUFACTURING 1665 North Main Street HOLDEN POLICE DEPARTMENT Holden ROBERT B. LOVE Realtor 607 Pleasant Street Paxton, Mass. 01612 755-5223 1133 Main Street Holden, Mass. 01520 829-6601 MLS Multiple Listing Service WARREN ' S MARKET SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL POLICE - THEY SUPPORT YOU! 160 Doyle Road Holden 265 Best Wishes to the Class of 1977 From RAITTO ENGINEERING MFG. CO., INC. Mill Street Wheelwright, Mass. P.O. Box 125 01094 Compliments of HOLDEN MOBIL For the Right Fashion for Young Men and Women BENSON ' S Men’s and Ladies ' Shop Fine Apparel 1063 Main Street Holden, Mass. HYWAY PIZZARIA Featuring Grinders, Pizza and Spaghetti Also Featuring Specials Every Day South Main Street Holden 829-3141 WORCESTER STREET GARAGE Worcester Street Sterling Tel. 422-7222 HOLT COAL COMPANY HEATING OILS PLUMBING HEATING Holden, Mass. 266 " REMEMBER WHEN ARMY PAY WAR NOTHING TO TALK ABOUT? " It ' s something to talk about now, because we ' ve just raised it. Again. Today, the Army starts you at $374 a month (before deductions). That ' s what you ' ll earn while you learn a skill. If you qualify, you can choose to learn how to drive a tank, howto build a bridge, howto use a camera, or how to do just about any kind of job you can think of. And we ' ll guarantee it in writing, before you enlist. After four months you ' ll get a raise to $417. And since so many things in the Army are free — meals, housing, medical and dental care — you can save a lot of it. And that ' s something to talk about. Call me. Army S8G. Roy Lear 755-2378 Join the people who ' ve joined the Army. OSLUND ' S SALES SERVICE TAYLOR RENTAL CENTER POWER EQUIPMENT 628 South Main Street Holden Tel. 829-4983 HANK ' S SHELL INC. Main Street Route 12 Sterling m SHELL Tel. 422-9885 Congratulations Class of 77 STYLING PARLOUR INC. Paxton, Mass. HOLDEN PIZZA Delicatessen and Subs 597 Main Street Holden, Mass. Tel. 829-5406 For Fast Service Call Your Order In Opposite the State Police Barracks JL -T-— Compliments of HOLDEN AUTO PARTS 1676 Main Street Jefferson, Mass. 01522 Bernie Madore Manager Tel. 829-5485 HOLDEN PACKAGE STORE and Grogg Shop HOUSE OF FINE WINES AND SPIRITS EVERYTHING FOR A WONDERFUL PARTY 673 MAIN STREET HOLDEN, MA 01520 TEL. 829-2902 JAN ' S COLOR AND CURL 311 South Main Street Holden LEROUX ' S MEAT SHOP WHOLESALE RETAIL FREEZER MAIN STREET HOLDEN TEL. 829-5550 HOLDEN BUILDING SUPPLY Zottoli Road Holden, MA 01520 HUBBARD ' S GARAGE ABBOTT ' S CAMPING CENTER. INC. TRAILERS PRINCETON ® FORD TIRES GENERAL REPAIRING 4 64-2715, 464-2429 Congratulations Class of ' 77 OLSON MANUFACTURING COMPANY Holden 269 EQUIPMENT RENTAL8 — SAND TRUCKING — GRAVEL Cccmxj Construction Co., Jnc. EXCAVATING CONTRACTORS PHONE: 829-2180 WACHUSETT ST. • HOLDEN, MASS. WATER AND SEWER CONNECTIONS PORTABLE TOILET RENTALS SEPTIC TANKS AND CESSPOOLS INSTALLED AND PUMPED HOLDEN BICYCLE CHOP 480 Main St. , Holden 829-6400 Winter Storage Touring Accessories sales trade-ins repairing many makes and models to choose from M. J. FLANAGAN INSURANCE AGENCY INC. INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS 217 WORCESTER RD. STERLING, MA. 01504 PAUL J. FLANAGAN PHONE 422-6314 Compliments of PAXTON PHARMACY, INC. COUNTRY GIFT SHOPPE 711 Pleasant Street Paxton 756-6235 Best Wishes to the Class of 1977 From HOLDEN ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, INC. 270 COMPLIMENTS OF ECC CORPORATION EXTENDED CARE FACILITY HOLDEN NURSING HOME Eugene Oriol Administrator Comprehensive Nursing Care and Rehabilitation for All Ages Tel. 829-4327 32 Mayo Drive Holden KAY-DEE ' Q BEAUTY SALON Hours: Tues. 9-2 Wed.-Fri. 9-8 Sat. 9-5 Main Street Rutland, MA 01543 Owners: Kathy Lemery Diane Visbaras AUU Mice, BERNARD R. 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