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ABOUT OUR COVER 

Conceived and designed by 
our Art Department 

The four blue and white rays 
composing the swirl represent 
the four years of study at Marl¬ 
borough High School. The blue 
field represents our community 
environment with the two fields 
leading to our seal. 

The seal symbolizes the very 
soul of the student body. With¬ 
in the seal we have the mound 
that represents the Medieval per¬ 
iod upon which is located the 
castle keep containing the grave 
of Merlin the Magician in Marl¬ 
borough, England. 

The lamp is the symbol of 
knowledge. The panther is our 
mascot and represents progress. 

The Latin inscription means 
"Always prepared to ask” The 
castle keep, the lamp and the 
panther show to us how far we 
have progressed, by using this 
lamp of knowledge. 


THE CLASS OF 1967 
PRESENTS 

MARLBORO COUNTRY 


VOL 


MARLBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL 
THRESHER DRIVE 
MARLBOROUGH, MASSACHUSETTS 








CLASS ADVISORS 


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MR. ANTHONY SANDINI MISS CATHERINE HUTCH 


The class of 1967 wishes to extend to Miss Hutch and Mr. Sandini a 
sincere thank-you for all the help and guidance they have given, us these 
past four years at M. H. S. 

Class of 1967 


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FOREWORD 


We cannot separate our community from our school any more than we 
can separate our minds from our hearts. These two factors more than any¬ 
thing else have shaped our lives. These will in a large part be responsible 
for our success or failure in the future. It is to the teacher and civic officials 
of this community that we owe a debt of thanks for our education. We will 
be forever indebted to them for the time and effort they have expended 
to help us meet the challenge of the future. 



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Courtesy of 
Worcester Telegram 


JOHN B. RICE 


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DEDICA TION 



Mr. Francis J. Kane 
Rev. Robert B. McFarlane 
Mr. V. Norman Mullen 


Mayor Frank O. Walker, Chairman 
Mr. James E. Carr, Vice-Chairman 
Mr. Carl E. Ellery, Secretary 
Dr. John C. Colleary 


Marlborough School Committee 

MARLBOROUGH, MASSACHUSETTS 01752 

Telephones 485-0055 — 485-0536 




7, 1966 


506 Lincoln St 
Marlboro Mass. 


Students 


The entire school system, from th. 
to the youngest student, congratulates the 
for the fine jesture in dedicating the Cla, 
Associate Superintendent John B Rice, now . 


James E Carr vice chairman 
Marlborough School Committee 


mmmmm 

fmmm 


"Mr. Rice has devoted thirty-six years of selfless service to the educational 
need of the people of Marlboro.” 

"Mr. Rice deserves to be honored most of all, remembered in the history 
of Marlborough ... For his matchless contribution to every aspect of the world 
to which he devoted his richest years, The World of Education.” 

Raymond C. Richer 
Superintendent of Schools 

"During the brief period in which we worked together, I learned to depend 
upon you as a strong resource in interpreting our educational structure. Your 
advice and counsel was always present when it was requested but never was it 
presented in a forceful or demanding fashion.” 


Roger T. Thurston, Principal 



Come to 
Marlboro 
Country. 


Come to Marlboro Country . . . 

Come to where there are scenic hills . .. 
Come to where we learn and prosper ... 
Come to where we worship and play ... 

For there’s a lot to like in Marlboro Country. 



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COME TO WHERE THE ACTION IS/ 



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YEARBOOK 

STAFF 


ADVISOR 

Mr. Anthony Sandini* 

CO-EDITORS IN CHIEF 
Alden Morse 
Martha Medill 

SECRETARY 

Elaine Benedetto 



DEPARTMENT HEADS 
LAYOUT AND DESIGN 
Jaqueline Neill 
Susan Mahoney 



PHOTOGRAPHERS 
Michael Pando 
Charles Hill 
Steven Jusseaume 


FACULTY 
Richard Hatfield 
Jean Garcia 

BUSINESS MANAGERS 
David Francis 
Susan Grasso 


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$ms&* 


Front Row: Linda Corinne, Susan Mahoney, Janet Noyes, Alden Morse, Martha Medill, Paula Ricciuti, Elaine Bennedetto, Valerie 
Bruso. Second Row: Howard Ferris, Jean Garcia, Nancy Parizeau, Patricia Borcherding, Patricia Brennan, Susan Grasso, Keith Jackson. 
Standing: Steven Jusseaume David Bill, William Kelleher, Michael Pando, Charles Hill. Absent: David Francis, Jacqueline Neill, 
Richard Hatfield 


SPORTS 
William Kelleher 
Patricia Brennan 


ORGANIZATIONS 
Valerie Bruso 

Patricia Borcherding TYPISTS 

Elaine Benedetto 
Paula Ricciuti 


VOCATIONAL SCHOOL 
Howard Ferris 
Keith Jackson 


LITERARY 
Nancy Parizeau 
Linda Corrinne 


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ADMINISTRATION 


TABLE 


OF 



FACULTY 


HELPING 

AND 

GUIDING 



LEADING 

AND 

FOLLOWING 



VOCATIONAL 


PLANNING 

AND 

BUILDING 


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CONTENTS 


GRADUATION 



WORKING 
AND 
PL A YING 







MR. ROGER T. THURSTON 

Principal 


ADMINISTRA TION 



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February 9, 1967 


Dear Class of 1967 


As I write this message, the snow 


of winter covers the courtyard 


and the flowering trees are leafless 


However, I know that all too 


soon this letter will be read from the 


pages of your yearbook in the 


warmth of summer. By this time you will have become a member of that 


ever increasing body of alumni 


You will, of course, realize how short these years have been and 


how much more you might have accomplished had you spent just a little 


more time, a bit more effort. Do not be misled into believing that 


these were the best years of your life for these are yet to come, 


Certainly the past four years were the fastest, but your most produc¬ 


tive and rewarding years are the ones for which you have been preparin 


From now on instructors will be a little more removed. For some 


of you there will be no teachers to question or from whom you may 


on the faculty, hope that those things we 


have taught you will be of value to you in your future days, and as 


we turn to welcome new students to our school, we extend to you our 


best wishes in your future endeavors 


T. THtrffeTON 


PRINCIPAL 



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fUarlbomuglf, AJaBfiarljUBPllB 


TO THE CLASS OF 1967 


Welcome to the adult world 


have endured twelve 


years of educational regimentation 


place in a perplexing world 


past, you have inherited a world 


on the brink 


knowledge you have obtained 




with a firm conviction to correct the evils you have inherited 


know yourself to the end that you may improve our 


true greatness of a nation is to be found in the 


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world of 


youth 


Congratulations 


D. Joseph Hannagan 
Vice-Principal 



MR. D. JOSEPH HANNAGAN 

Vice-Principal 







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MR. JOSEPH BRUCCHI 

Vocational Director 


MR. RAYMOND C. RICHER 

Superintendent 


MR. JOHN T. FRANCIS 

Asst. Superintendent 


SECRETARIES 



MRS. LORRAINE R. LUZ 


MRS. LILLIAN GAUTHIER 


MRS. HELEN STRAZZERO 


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LIVE 

AND 

WORK 

IN 

MARLBOROUGH 



GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT 

MARLBOROUGH PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
MARLBOROUGH, MASSACHUSETTS 


DR. ROBERT A. DOLAN 

Director 



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MARLBOROUGH NEEDS YOU! Marlborough needs you in the professions and 
trades, in business and industry, and in law enforcement and fire prevention and 
control. Marlborough needs you to care for the education, health, and welfare of its 
citizens. Marlborough needs you as members of the city government and the School 
Board. Marlborough needs you to make the city a better place in which to live and 
work. Plan to live and work in Marlborough. 



MISS MARY FEE MR. JOHN CURRY MISS PATRICIA KOSKY 


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FACULTY ’67 


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MRS. ROSEMARY HONEN 

Dept. Head 

Worcester State B.A., M.A. 

Activities: Honors Seminar, Honor 
Society 

Hobbies: Skiing, Reading, 

Ben Frank Glasses 



MR. RICHARD COGSWELL 
Holy Cross—Ed.M. 

Hobbies: Money, Pool, Bowling 
Corridor Guard 



MR. PAUL BRUNELLE 
Worcester State B.S. and M.Ed. 
Hobbies: Carpentry, Wise Cracking, 
Arguing, 

Tiger-Lined Jacket 



MR. PETER TOOHEY 
Assumption College M.Ed. 
Teaches: Remedial Reading 
Hobbies: Cooking 
"Knock It Off” 


ENGLISH 



MR. EDOUARD MARTEL 
Dartmouth College A.B. and M.Ed. 
Hobbies: Woodworking, Arguing 
with Mr. Brunelle 



MISS MARY CONNELLY 
Boston College M.A.T. 
Looking askance 


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DEPARTMENT 



MRS. ANNE HARDY 
Linfield College Oregon—B.A. 
Hobbies: Art, Music 
Speaks softly 



MR. GEORGE VASIL 
Clark University—A.B. and M.Ed. 
Assistant Basketball Coach. 
Hobbies: Reading and Softball 
"Wonderful!” 



MRS. ELINOR OHMAN 
Vassar College—B.A. 

Hobbies: Painting, Sewing, and- 
Gardening 

"Where are you going” 




MISS JANE TAYLOR 
University of Pennsylvania—B.A. 
Hobbies: Poetry 
Her Boots 


Concentration 


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SCIENCE 



MR. RICHARD TERRY 
Lowell Tech—M.S. 

Hobbies: Tennis, Crossword puzzles 
"Taking shoes off in class.” 



MISS CATHERINE HUTCH 
Framingham State College—Ed.M. 
Hobbies: Reading, Travel 
Class Advisor 
"You’d better believe it" 



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Time for 










DEPARTMENT 



MR. EDWARD CLANCY 
Fitchburg State College—Ed.M. 

Hobbies: Ice Skating, Hockey, Assistant 
Hockey Coach 




"That Still Doesn’t Prove The Hypothesis" 



MR. ROBERT McGINN 
Worcester State College—B.S. 
Advisor—Student Council Folk Club 



MR. ROLAND LOSCO 
Tufts University B.S. 
Hobbies: Good Food! 


Lunch! 


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MATHEMATICS 

DEPARTMENT 



MRS. MARGARET CLARK 
Marymount College—A.B. 
Hobbies: Sport cars 



MR. ROBERT LYONS 
Northeastern University—A.M. 
Hobbies: One-time mountain climber 
"The number line” 



MR. GEORGE MACRICOSTA 
University of Massachusetts M.Ed. 
Advisor—Honor Society 
Hobbies: Outdoor sports, cooking 
















MISS RITA MAIORANO 
Anna Maria College—M.A. 
Hobbies: Reading, sports spectator 
"Shoooah” 


MR. JOHN O'CONNELL 
Holy Cross College—M.Ed. 
Hobbies: Sports 


ff MATHEMATICS IS THE 
LANGUAGE OF SCIENCE” 
















MR. STEPHEN MANNING 
Worcester State—M. Ed. 
Hobbies: Swimming, bowling 


MISS ELEANOR McDONALD 
Emmanuel College—A.M. 

Hobbies: Art, travel, juvenile welfare 


SOCIAL 

STUDIES 

DEPARTMENT 


MR. FRANK KRONOFF 
Holy Cross—M.Ed. 
Hobbies: Golf, Cribbage 
"Take 5 laps” 


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MRS. KATHLEEN THORPE 
Worcester State—B.S. 

Advisor—Senior Play 
Hobbies: Reading, swimming 



MR. WILLIAM DONAHUE 
Suffolk University—B.S. 

Hobbies: sports, basketball in partic¬ 
ular 



MR. JAMES HAYES 
Fitchburg State—M.Ed. 
Hobbies: Photography, sports 



MR. JAMES ST. CROIX 
Northeastern University B.S. 
Hobbies: Skiing 


"Ties” 



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FOREIGN 

LANGUAGE 

DEPARTMENT 



MR. ALBERT TROTTIER 
Boston University—M.Ed. 
Hobbies: Chess, travel 
"Nice to Know” 




MR. EMILIO DeSIMONE 
Ottawa University—M.A. 

Hobbies: Hockey, sports cars, basketball 
"What a car” 


MISS JUNE ELLIS 
Emmanuel College 
Sorbonne Masters 
Hobbies: Travel 
"One of the ten best dressed” 






La Glace Italienne - Spumone 
Les Petits Fours 



Le Cafe Le The 


MISS MARIE MENARD 
University of New Hampshire B.A. 
Advisor French and Spanish Clubs 
Hobbies: Music, reading 


Le Lait 



MRS. KAREN HASSLER 
Kutztown State—B.S. 

Hobbies: Reading, sewing, bowling 
"Ca rumba” 


MR. JAMES HONEN 
Boston College M.Ed. 
Athletic Director 
Sponsor Honor Society 
Hobbies: Golf, all sports 


Wow! I don’t believe it. 


















MISS MARY E. 

O’HALLORAN 
Boston University: B.S.S. 
Hobbies: Music, Theatre 
"Gregg Says ...” 


MRS. MARY C. ARMOUR 
Regis College: B.S. 

Hobbies: Ceramics, Surfing 

"Sit up. You’re not in a lounge chair.” 



MRS. DOROTHY HORNBY 
Bryant College 
B.S. in Bus. Ed. 

Hobbies: Knitting, Playing the Piano. 
"Forget It!” 


MR. FOSTER YEADON 
Northeastern University 
B.S. in Bus. Administration 
Hobbies: Dancing, Water Skiing, Build¬ 
ing Houses 
"O.K. Kiddies” 
































































BUSINESS DEPARTMENT 



MRS. CECILY HASKELL 
State Teachers College Salem Mass. B.S. 
in Ed. Boston University Masters, Bus. 
Ed. 

Hobbies: Bowling, Skating 


"The Basis of Commerce—The Heart of Business’’ 

SECRETARIAL CLUB 



Bottom: C. Battaglia, B. Riley, J. Livesey, J. Grasso, N. Walsh, J. Porcello, C. Liver- 
nois. Middle: Mrs. Armour, M. DiRico, K. Gagnon, J. Johnson D. Renaud, P. Foley, 
Mrs. Hornsby Top: A. Morrow, N. Clark, R. Boyd, S. Southerland A. Kenserski 


OFFICE HELPERS 



"We Help Our School Run ...’’ 


Efficiently Busy 















Betsy Foster 


HOME ECONOMICS 


"The scientist, the lawyer, the factory worker, the serviceman: all will continue 
to marry, have children, need meals of the right quality and continue to wear 
^ clothing which will require some attention. But, more important, his success in 
M life will depend much on the calming influence of a peaceful, well-run home 

£ in which to renew his spirit and to meet the increased tension of the world outside. 

Y Surely education for girls in Home Economics is one vital means of achieving this 
L goal—and to that end, Home Economics dedicates itself. 



FAMILY LIVING SEMINAR 

Front Row L-R D. Borden, K. Torres, D. Renaud, C. Gagnon, J. Nicholas, S. Perry, M. 
DiRico, S. Langelier. Rear L-R S. Sutherland, J. McGrail, H. Gaffney, N. Clark, M. Donovan, 
L. Olden 



C 

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Mrs. Marion Cogswell 


"Proof is in the Tasting” 


"A Stitch in Time . ..” 



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SPEECH 





MR. SANDINI 
Director of Speech 


"A good speech has a good be¬ 
ginning and a good ending, both of 
which are kept close together” 

—Prochnow 





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UMiffafi l . 


"NUMBAH PLEASE” 


SENIOR SPEAKING CHORUS 



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Vol. 8, No. 3 _ MARLBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL, MARLBOROUGH, MASS. _ April, 1967 

SENIOR PROM GREAT SUCCESS 



oiuil prom on Friday evenin g. 




Louder of 
1 High School, 


The Highlander 

MARLBORO HIGH SCHOOL 
Marlborough, Massachusetts 

ELIZABETH BRACKEN, ’67 . Editor-in-Chief 

PATRICIA BRENNAN, ’67. Managing Editor 

DAVID BILL, ’67.Sports Editor 

JACK ROCHE, ’67 . Boys’ Sports Editor 

ELAINE COLLINS, ’67, SARA SIMONIAN, ’68,.Girls’ Sports Editors 

ANN RICCUITI, ’67 . Literary Editor 

VALERIE BRUSO, ’67, 

PATRICIA BORCHERDING, ’67 . Circulation Editors 

DAVID FRANCIS, ’67. Advertising Manager 

EDOUARD L. MARTEL . Faculty Advisor 

ROGER T. THURSTON . Principal 

WRITERS: Kathleen Abatis, Linda Avard, Linda Bealieau, Elaine 
Benedetto, Kathy Butka, Dianne Chicoyne, Linda Corinne, Glenn 
Estabrook, Kathy Gagnon, Howie Ferris, Dianne Kennedy, Patty 
Kenny, Ellen Maslowski, Ann Mauro, Jane McCarthy, Martha 
Medill, Jacqueline Neill, Carol O’Regan, Nancy Parizeau, Elaine 
Ponti, Nevenka Stankovich, Janet Sullivan, Linda Temple, Donna 
Thomas, Martha Voutas, Cathy Whelan, Susan Wilson, Jay Laval- 
lee, Kathy LeLievre, Terry Michaelson, Kathy Risotti, Ann Hazel- 
dine, S. J. Cosseboom. 

TYPISTS: Patty Brennan, Ann Riccuiti, Nancy Parizeau, Barbara 
Sutherland, Sheila Donovan, Cheryl Cutler, Carol Lamond. 


Fraini ngh a n t N or t h 
Mr. John Meegan of 
!h High School, 
of Nashoba He¬ 
ll, and Mr. Lut- 
>f F ramingham 
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fair are: 
prize, Michael 
ize, Richard Ca- 
•1 Yuoska: third 
dull. 

H prize. Nick 
d prize, Tom 
Dave Sullivan, 
prize, William 
A’illiams; second 
I'lin and Norma 
z.c, Nikki FI ion is 

lion Beverly 
(ary Ellen Fer- 
?ve Jusseaume. 
Laporte, Joyce 
Bill and Jay 
n Papulis. Mary 
go od and Tom 

W. 

Youth 'Fheater 
a' entering the 
hearsing tor its 
“Wildcat." It 
tie of the Wild 
t of the oil era. 
ffy Voutas stars 
looking to strike 
(soil is the oil 
help her. Want- 
e risks are Mike 
Grenon. Lana 
*r Connors. In 
a.st and crew of 
oiting tv> strike 
April 17 and 18, 


uniformed into an enchanted 
opriately illustrate its theme, 
ars” was very effective when 
f the tveiling. The decorations 
in efforts of the Senior Prom 
ction of Don Morin. Michael 
.acConneli was the advisor, 
he committee also included: 

Vlas*, Sue Bailey, Joanne 
10 . Sue Dyranimi, Sandy 
ids, Karen Luke. Jackie Wile, 
icy Brigham. Lila Brown, Pnt- 
"oiey, Sue Blood, Maria Hag- 
lias. Connie Hallurun. Don 
don. Heather Gaffney. Mike 
>re. Sue Mahoney, Steph Odell, 
ma Cote. Joyce Niehaips, Sue 
gent. Ruth Cote, John Armi¬ 
n’. Marcia McDonough, Collin 
fney. Donna DunberL Patty 
nnen, Valerie Bariso. Linda 
inine. and Betsy Foster, 
he orchestra, under the baton 
Ed Luei, played a variety of 
fern, old-fashioned, an<l spo 
dance music. Among the 
nalties were Greek dancing 
Tijuana Brass. 

he Grand March was impres- 
and was led hv the class of¬ 
ficers. 

The highlight of the evening 
was the presentation of the Sen¬ 
ior Superlatives by Mayor Walker 
who presented the Blue and White 
sashes within the setting of the 
Irish "Gazeebo.'’ The winners of 
the Superlatives elected by the 
members of the Senior Class, in¬ 
cluded the following: 

MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
Nicholas Granitsas, Linda Cor- 
nne. 

MOST BRILLIANT Michael 
Pando. Jacqueline Neill. 

MOST POPULAR David Fran¬ 
cis, Janet Kamataris. 

MOST DEPENDABLE Alden 
Morse, Jean Garcia. 

BEST LOOKING Michael Pa- 
pagno. Sandra Woods. 

MOST ATHLETIC Albert La- 

Hose, Elaine Collins. 

BEST DRESSED David Bill, 

Joan Simerson. 

MOST ARTISTIC* David Kape- 
tanopolpus, Susan Mahoney. 
FRIENDLIEST Harry Comer- 
ford, Elizabeth Bracken. 

MOST MUSICAL Brian Doug¬ 
las, Anne Kulevlch. 

CUTEST Michael Collechi, 

Kathleen Risotti, 

WITT! EST Thomas DtBuono. 

Valerie Bn iso. 

MR. VOCATIONAL SCHOOL 
Keith Jackson. 

Following the dance at 11:00 
p m., the members of the Senior 
Class went to a private party ar¬ 
ranged at iho Bronx Lounge for 
dinner and more dancing. 

The advisors to the Senior Class 
are Mr. Anthony B. Sundini and 
Miss Catherine Hutch, 


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"THE WAY TO THE HEART IS 


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CAFETERIA WORKERS 


THEY KEPT OUR 
DA Y RUNNING 
SMOOTHLY 


"CLEANLINESS IS 


MRS. HELEN SHARON 























PHYSICAL 

EDUCATION 











OUR LIBRARY 


Here is where we read for pleasure, do research, and learn 
to study independently. It is the information center—the key to 
learning. 


MRS. MARION TAFT 
Librarian 





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Sue Degeronimi 



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Linda Day 







USING TECHNOLOGY IN LEARNING 


READING CENTER 



MR. PETER TOOHEY instructing and developing reading skills 


AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS 



Marlboro’s New Reading center is 
designed for the purpose of de¬ 
veloping study skills and improving 
reading generally which includes 
speed and remedial reading. 



MR. WILLIAM KELLEHER, Supervisor of Audio-Visual Aids, Demonstrates 

Our studies have become exciting 
and more informative through the 
use of visual aids. 


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MUSIC TO BE CHARMED BY 



Music that is melodious, entertaining, and inspirational 




MR. COSMO VALENTE 
Supervisor of Music 


MR. WILLIAM MEEHAN 

Choral Director 



PAULA DeCOTEAU LYN VLASS 


SUE WILSON DONNA THOMAS 


JOANNE GALLO 


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AND . . ■ MUSIC TO WIN BY 



They played at the New York World’s Fair and before the President of the United States 



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INDUSTRIAL ARTS AND 
MECHANICAL DRAWING 


"Bit by bit” 


MR. GENE INSANI 
Industrial Arts 


'It looks like this” 


MR. GENE HEIKKILA 
Mechanical Drawing 


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SENIORS ’67 


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JOHN N. ARMIENTI 
"Big Arm” 

Junior Sales Comm. 3 
Senior Monitor 4 
National Honor Soc. 3 
Track 1, 2, 3. 

Cross Country 2, 3 


LOUISE A. AURICCHIO 
■'Lou” 

Pep Club 
Drama Club 3, 4. 

Banner Comm. 
Cheerleading Club 




WILLIAM P. BARKER 
'•Bill” 

Speaking Chorus 4 


LINDA M. AURICCHIO 
"Lin” 

Banner Comm. 3 
Prom. Comm. 4 
Dramatics Club 3, 4. 

Pep Club 1, 2 ,3> 4. • 




WENDY J. BARRETT 
"Mona” 

Pep Club 


SUSAN M. BAILEY 
"Bail” 

Dramatic Club 1, 2, 

Secretary 3 
President 4 

Jr. Prom Decorating Committee 
Sr. Prom Decorating Committee 
General Committee 4 
Pep Club 1 



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DANIEL P. BARRETTE 
“Dan” 

Gift Comm. 


JAMES J. BARRON 
"Jimmy” 

Track 1, 2, 3 
Cross Country 2, 3 
Junior Sales Comm. 
Junior Prom Comm. 
Indoor Track 3 
Senior Sales Comm. 



JOHN E. BEANE III 
"Lima” 

Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4 
Indoor Track 2, 4 
Cross Country 2, 3, 4 
Gymnastics 2, 3, 4 
Rifle Team 2, 3, 4 







MARY ANNE B. BELAND 
"Mary Anne” 

Junior Sales Comm. 

Senior Sales Comm. 

Pep Club 1 
Cheerleaders Club 1 
A.F.S. 1 


MICHAEL R. BELAND 

"Beez” 

Student Council 
Sec. Voc. Class 3, 4 
Prom Committee 
Voc. General Comm. 



OK! What’s going on here . . . 















ELAINE C. BENEDETTO 
"Elaine” 

Student Council 1, 3 
Newspaper 4 
Secretary of yearbook 
Speaking Chorus 
Cheerleading Club 1, 2, 3 
Pep Club 
Athletic As. 



SUSAN M. BLOOD 

"Sue” 

American Field Service 
Junior Prom Comm. 
Drama Club 
Chorus 
Pep Club 




DAVID C. BILL 
"Billsy” 

Senior Monitor Chairman 
Football 1 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Yearbook Staff 4 
Newspaper 4 
Student Council 4 
Senior Monitor 
Weightlifting 1, 3 
Jr. Prom Committee 


ROBERT H. BLANCHETTE 
"Bob” 

Football 1. 



DONALD R. BLANCHETTE 
"Don” 

Pep Club 





KENNETH J. BOGGS 
"Ken” 

Hockey 
Basketball 
Football 1, 2. 


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EUGENE A. BOOTHBY 
"Bouk” 

Pep Club 



PATRICIA R. BORCHERDING 
"Patrice” 

Chorus 3 

Yearbook 4 

Newspaper 3, 4 

Honors Seminar 4 

Jr. Prom Decorating Comm. 

Homecoming Comm. 4 

Speaking Chorus 4 

Folk Club 3, 4 

Senior Play 

Pep Club 



DIANE M. BORDEN 
"Robin Hood” 

Student Leader 4 
Class Day Comm. 4 
Jr. Prom Decorating Comm. 
Sr. Speaking Chorus 


DAVID L. BOUFFARD 
"Bouff” 

Sales Committee 4 
Banner Committee 3 



PAUL J. BOULETTE 
"Paul” 

Pep Club 



RICHARD W. BOYD 
"Dick” 

Track Team 1 
Rifle Team 1, 2 
Class Day Comm. 4 


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MARTHA E. BRIGHAM 
"Martha” 

Jr. Prom Comm. 

Class Day Comm. 4 


ELIZABETH J. BRACKEN 
"Beth” 

Editor-in-Chief of 
Highlander 3, 4 
Jr. Prom Decorating 
Co-chairman of Homecoming 
Comm. 4 
School Comm. 

Good Gov’t. 2, 3 
Vice Pres, of Cheerleaders 
Club 3 

Jr. Prom Court 3 
Homecoming Court 4 


PATRICIA M. BRENNAN 
"Brennan” 

Managing Editor of Newspaper 
Sports Editor of Yearbook 4 
Jr. Sales Comm. Jr. Prom 
Decorating Comm. Cheerleader 3, 4 
Basketball 1, 2 
Athletic As. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Sr. Speaking Chorus 
Pep Club 





NANCY F. BRIGHAM 
"Brig” 

American Field Service 3 
Drama Club 2 
Jr. Prom Decoraitng 
Sr. Prom Decorating 
Student Leader 4 
Pep Club 


LILA G. BROWN 
"Li” 

Pep Club 

Cheerleading Club 1 
Amercian Field Service 4 
Gymnastic Club 4 
Drama Club 4 


HARRY T. COMERFORD 
"Darb” 

Football 1, 2 
French Club 
Basketball 1 
Track 2 

Treasurer—Class '67 
Sales Committee 3 
Prom Committee 3 
Class Day Committee 4 
Indoor Track 2 





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WILLIAM J. CARLSEN 
'Bill” 

Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 4 
Member of Track Team, 1, 2, 3, 4 
Chorus 2, 3 


VALERIE J. BRUSO 
"Val” 

Cheerleaders Club 1, 2 

Amer. Heritage 1, 2, 4 

Junior Sales Committee 3 

Jr. Prom Decorating Committee 3 

Organization Editor of Yearbook 4 

Homecoming Committee 4 

Circulation Editor of Highlander 3, 4 

Folk Singing Club 4 

Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Student Leader 4 

National Honor Society 3 

Honors Seminar 4 

Pep Club 

Speaking Chorus 4 
Amer. Field Service 1, 2 
Sr. Prom Decorating Committee 4 
Senior Play 



CHERYL E. CAZAROPOUL 
"Shelly” 

Jr. Prom Comm. 

Jr. Prom Decorating Comm. 
Pep Club 1, 2 
French Club 1, 2 





KENNETH J. CAPILLO 
"Peter” 



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ROBERT M. CHAISSON 

"Bob” 

Yearbook Comm. 4 



PHILIP V. CINCOTTA 
■Phil” 

Pep Club 



NANCY A. CLARK 
"Nanc” 

Girls Basketball 3 
Class Day Committee 4 
Pep Club 1 


ROBERT M. COLE 
"Bob” 

Pep Club 



MICHAEL L. COLECCHI 
"Mike” 

Football 1, 2 
Banner Comm. 3 



ELAINE M. COLLINS 
"Elaine" 

Band 1, 2 
Field Hockey 1, 2 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 
Softball 1, 2, 3 
Sr. Speaking Chorus 
Pep Club 1 


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ALAN C. COLOMBO 
"Barchie" 

Jr. Prom Comm. 




FRANK J. COMERATO 
"Frankie” 

Pep Club 



LAURIE CONNORS 
"Laurie” 

Folk Club 3, 4 
Amer. Heritage Club 4 
Sr. Play Admission Committee 4 
Sr. Prom Decorating Committee 


PETER CONNORS 
"Ralph” 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 
Dramatic Club 3 
Octet 3, 4 



NANCY C. COOK 
"Nance” 

Basketball 4 
Softball 1, 4 
Senior Play Admissions 



LINDA J. CORINNE 
"Little One” 

Yearbook Staff 4 

Jr. Prom Decorating Comm. 

National Honor Society 2, 3, 4 

Honors Seminar 4 

Highlander Staff 3, 4 

Jr. Sales Committee 

Pep Club 


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ALFRED A. COTILLO 

"Fred" 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 
Cross Country 3 
Football 1, 2 
Jr. Prom Comm. 

Sr. Sales Comm. 


WILLIAM H. CUNNINGHAM 
"Bill" 

Class Representative 
Class Day Comm. 4 


NORMA J. COTE 
"Numb” 

Ring Comm. 3 
AFS 4 

French Club 1 


RUTH A. COTE 
"Ruth" 

Basketball 3 
Gymnastics 3 
AFS 4 

Senior Ticket Sales Comm. 


SONIA J. COSSEBOOM 
"Sam” 

Future Business Leaders 
of America 

Future Homemakers of America 
Newspaper 
Library Staff 
Oratorical Contest 4 


SI 


V 


CHARLES E. CORMIER 
"Charlie” 

Sr. Play Comm. 


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LINDA S. DAY 
"LSD’’ 

Honor Seminar 4 
National Honor Soc. 3 
Prom Comm. 3 
Pep Club 

Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4 
Drama Club 2 



PAULA A. DeCOTEAU 
"Paula” 

Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4 
Majorettes 3, 4 
Girls Basketball 3 
Junior Prom Committee 
Senior Ticket Sales Committee 






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KATHRYN R. DiCENZO 

"Kathy” 

Student Leader 3 



MARY P. DiRICO 
"Mim” 

Drama Club 3, 4 
Pep Club 1 
Sales Com. 4 
Junior Prom Dec. 
Prom Committee 4 


MARK J. DUESEL 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 
Cross Country 3 
Tennis 2, 3, 4 
General Com. 
Student Leader 4 



MAUREEN A. DONOVAN 

”Moe” 

Pep Club 1, 2 
Junior Class Committee 
General Committee 




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GLENN ESTABROOK 
"Clem” 

Chairman of General Com. 
Vice president of Voc. 
Senior Class 



DANIEL FAY 
Pep Club 



Think you’ll make it this time? 


PATRICIA A. FOLEY 
'"Patty” 

Drama Club 1 
Softball Team 1 
A.F.S. 4 

Cap and Gown Com. 4 
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
French Club 1, 2 



KATHLEEN M. FORANCE 
'"Kate” 

Pep Club 



MAUREEN J. FORTIN 
"Mo" 

Sr. Reception 
Field Hockey 1-4 
Basketball 1-4 
Senior Prom 
Cheerleading Club 1-4 
Homecoming Com. 4 
A.F.S. 4 
Pep Club 1-4 
Sales Com. 3-4 
A.A.A. 1-4 
Senior Play 
Sr. Speaking Chorus 
Student Leader 

















BETSY S. FOSTER 
"Betsy” 

Drama Club 2, 4 
French Club 1, 2 
Jr. Prom Comm. 

Science Fair 3 
American Field Ser. 4 
American Heritage Club 4 
Speaking Chorus 4 
Pep Club 2 


DAVID M. FRANCIS 
"Francis” 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4 
A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Honor Seminar (Pres.) 4 
Treasurer 3 

Science Quiz Team 3, 4 
Managing Editor of Yearbook 
Newspaper 
Weightlifting 1, 2, 3 
N.H.S. 2 



COLLIN H. GAFFNEY 
"Collin” 

Gymnastics 1 
Football 1 
Baseball 1 



HEATHER A. GAFFNEY 
"Heath” 

Senior Prom Comm. 4 
Speech Chorus 4 
A. F. S. 3 

Junior Prom Comm. 
Highlander Staff 3 
Folk Singing Club 3 
Pep Club 4 (Vice Pres.) 
Student Leader 4 



KATHERINE A. GAGNON 
"Kuk” 

Writer for Highlander 1, 2, 3, 4 
Chorus 2 

Speaking Chorus 4 
General Comm. 3 
Class Day Committee 4 
Student Leader 4 


JOANNE GALLO 
"Joanne” 

Majorettes 2, 3, 4 
Cheerleaders Club 3 
Vice President of Class 3 
American Heritage 2, 3 
Yearbook Staff 4 



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KAREN M. GAUCHER 
"Karen” 

Gymnastics 3, 4 
Chorus 4 
Drama Club 4 
Pep Club 3 
Chorus 4 

Cap & Gown Committee 4 


BRUCE GAMBLE 
"Gambe” 

Golf Team 
Hockey Team 



RICHARD N. GIARD 
"Nicky Niard” 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 
Weightlifting 1, 2, 3, 4 
Student Council 1 
Honors Seminar 4 


JEAN M. GARCIA 
"Jeannie” 

National Honor Soc. 3, 4 
Sec. Honor Society 
Yearbook 4 
A.A. 

Banner Committee 3 
Speaking Chorus 4 
Folk Club 4 




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CHARLES D. GIBSON 
"Gibby” 

Football 1, 2 
Basketball 1 
Track 1, 2 
Cross Country 4 
Rifle Team 1 
Jr. Prom Comm. 

Jr. Sales Comm. 

Senior Prom Comm. 
Senior Sales Comm. 
Student Counselor Rep. 



JOHN E. GOGGIN 
"Goog” 

Pep Club 



SHARON A. GOMES 
"Speedy” 

Pep Club 


JANICE A. GRASSO 

"Jan” 

Speech Chorus 1 
American Heritage 1 
Drama Club 1 
Prom Comm. 2 
Pep Club 4 
Student Leader 4 


NICHOLAS G. GRANITSAS 
"Nick” 

Basketball 1, 2, 4 
Cross Country 3 
Indoor Track 3 
Track 2, 4 
Student Council 1 
Good Gov. Week 

Ward Councilor 1, 2, 3 
Science Quiz Team 2 
Captain 3, 4 
Class President 3, 4 
Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4 
National Honor Society 2, 3, 4 
Honor Seminar 4 
Boys’ State Rep. 3 
Pres, of Athletic Association 4 





SUSAN M. GRASSO 
"Sue” 

National Honor Soc. 3 
Honor Seminar 4 
Yearbook Staff 4 
Sales Committee 3, 4 


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WILLIAM J. KELLEHER 
’'Bill” 

Yearbook Staff 4 

Tennis Team 3, 4 

American Heritage Club 4 

National Honor Society 3 ,4 

Honors Seminar 4 

Motion Picture Committee 3 

Science Fair 4 

Oratorical Contest 4 

Sr. Speaking Chorus 

Sr. Baby Picture Contest Sponsor 

Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4 



DONALD F. KENNISON 
"Hulk” 

Football 1, 2, 3, 

Weight Lifting 



ANNA M. KENZERSKI 
"Anne” 

Pep Club 1 
Student Leader 4 
Sales Comm. 4 


DONNA KENZERSKI M. 

"Donna” 

Pep Club 
Jr. Sales Comm. 

Cap and Gown Comm. 



MARTIN KENZERSKI C. 

"Marty” 

Honor Society 2 
Golf Team 2, 3, 4 
General Committee 



STEPHEN A. KRAGER 
"Krueger” 

Football 1, 2, 

Junior Prom Comm. 


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ANNE E. KULEVICH 
"Anne” 

Field Hockey 
Band 

Honor Seminar 4 
Sales Committee 3 
Basketball 1, 2, 3 
Chorus 1, 2, 3 


PATRICIA A. LACOMBE 

"Patty” 

Student Council 1 
A.F.S. 4 



MICHAEL J. LADDEN 
"Skippy” 

Baseball 1 
Basketball 1 
Gift Committee 4 



ARTHUR R. LAMBERT 
"Tooth” 

Basketball 
General Comm. 

Football 
Cross Country 
Baseball 
Prom Comm. 

Sales Comm. 



DONA M. LAMBERT 
"Dona” 

Chorus 2, 4 
Band 1, 2, 3 
Softball 1 
Student Leader 4 


THERESA S. LAMY 
"Teri” 

Chorus 4 



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ALBERT N. LA ROSE 
"Chin Man’’ 

Ring Comm. 3 
A.F.S. 4 

Junior Prom Comm. 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 
Baseball 2, 3, 4 
Basketball 2, 3 


WILLIAM J. LANGELIER 

"Lange” 

Yearbook Staff 4 


JAMES LaPORTE 
"Jim” 

Pep Club 





JEAN M. LEDOUX 
"Jean” 

Honors Seminar 4 



ROBERT C. LEDOUX 
"Bob” 

Track Team 1, 2, 3 
Cross Country 1, 2 
Manager Hbckey Team 3 
General Comm. 


NICHOLAS G. LEOLEIS 
"Zeus” 

National Honor Society 3 
Honor Seminar 4 
Golf 1, 2, 3, 4 
Basketball 2, 3, 4 
Cross Country 2, 3 
Junior Sales Comm. 3 
General Comm. 3 



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CAROL A. LIVERNOIS 
"Livey” 

Chorus 3, 4 
Drama Club 4 






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JANET L. LIVESEY 
"Jan” 

Pep Club 
Secretarial Club 



DANIEL R. LIZOTTE 

"Danny” 

Sr. Gift Committee 4 


SUSAN A. MAHONEY 
"Sam” 

Student Council Rep. 4 
Cheerleading Club 1, 2, 4 
Homecoming Court 4 
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
Art Editor of Yearbook 4 
A.F.S. 1, 2 
French Club 1, 2 




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DOUGLAS J. MARSHALL 
"Fluff” 

Sales Comm. 4 



DAVID R. MAURY 
"Deady” 

Sales Comm. 4 





ELLEN M. MASLOWSKI 
"Ellen” 

Cheerleader Club 1, 2 
Cheerleader 3, 4 
A.F.S. 2, 3, 4 
Honors Seminar 4 
Girls’ Basketball 1, 2 
Highlander 3, 4 
Jr. Prom Comm. 


ANNE M. MAURO 
"Annie” 

Jr. Sales Comm. 

Chorus 3 

Speaking Chorus 

Student Leader 4 

National Honor Society 2, 3, 4 

General Comm. 4 

Highlander 4 


DANTE A. MASCIARELLI 
"Mush” 

Student Council 
Basketball 1, 2 
Spanish Club 2 
Prom Comm. 3 
Honors Seminar 4 



jane f. McCarthy 

"Janey” 

A.F.S. 1, 2 
A.A. 

Student Council 3, 4 
Pep Club 1 

Cheerleaders Club 1, 2 
N.H.S. 3 
Govt. Exc. 3 
Honors Seminar 4 
Jr. Prom Comm. 

Sr. Prom 

Student Leader 3, 4 
Speaking Chorus 4 





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marcia a. McDonough 

"Marcia” 

Student Leader 
A.F.S. 4 


JANE M. McGRAIL 
"Jello” 

Pep Club 
Basketball 1, 2, 3 
Softball 1, 2, 3 
A.F.S. 1 



MICHAEL A. McGUIRE 
"Archie” 

Pep Club 

Class Day Comm. 4 
American Heritage Club 4 



john p. McLaughlin 

"Mac” 

Pep Club 


MARTHA T. MEDILL 
"Martha” 

National Honor Society 3 
Honors Seminar 4 
Highlander 3, 4 
Pep Club 1 
A.F.S. 2 

Student Leader 4 
A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Sr. Speaking Chorus 
Jr. Sales Comm. 

Prom Decorating Comm. 


View from the roof 




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DONNA M. METIVIER 
"Don” 

Pep Club 


WILLIAM M. MEYERS 
"Bill” 

Pep Club 



MICHAEL C. MOORE 
"Mike” 

Band 1, 2 
Chorus 1, 2, 3 
Gymnastics 3 
Prom Comm. 3, 4 
Sr. Play Comm. 4 
•Pep Club 1 
Folk Singing Club 3 
A.F.S. 3 

Student Leader 4 
Student Govt. 4 



DONALD MORIN 
"Don” 

Football 1 
Hockey 1, 2, 3 
Prom Comm. 3, 4 
Dec. Comm. 3, 4 



RONALD E. MORIN 
"Run” 

Football 1 
Hockey 3, 4 
Prom Comm. 4 


ALDEN B. MORSE 
"Alpo” 

Yearbook Staff 4 
Sr. Speaking Chorus 4 
Amer. Heritage Club 4 
Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4 
American Legion 
Oratorical 4 



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JANET L. MULLONEY 
"Twinkle” 

N.H.S. 4 
Pep Club 



JACQUELINE A. NEILL 

"Jackie” 

Honors Seminar 4 
Yearbook Staff 4 
Sales Comm. 3 
Basketball 1 

Cheerleaders Club 1, 2, 3 
Drama Club 2 
Chorus 2 
N.H.S. 2, 3, 4 
Am. Heritage 4 
Science Quiz Team 3, 4 
Speaking Chorus 4 



JOYCE M. NICHOLAS 

"Joycie” 

Jr. Prom Comm. 

Sr. Prom Comm. 
Decorating Comm. 
Cheerleaders Club 
Pep Club 
Sales Comm. 3, 4 
Speech Chorus 4 



JANET A. NOYES 
"Janet” 

Prom Comm. 3 
Decorating Comm. 3 
Honors Seminar 4 
Sr. Speaking Chorus 4 


GERALD W. NIMS 
"Gerry” 

Band 1, 2 
Basketball 1 




JUDITH E. O'BRIEN 
"O.B.” 

Chorus 1, 2, 3 
Softball 1 
Spanish Club 1 
Pep Club 1 




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STEPHANIE M. O'DELL 
"Steph” 

Cheerleaders Club 2 
Amer. Heritage 3, 4 
Chorus 2, 3 
Sr. Prom Comm. 4 



FRANCIS O'DONNEL 
"Frank” 

Football 1 
Rifle Team 1 


, 



MARK A. PAAKI 
"Fatman” 

Pep Club 


LINDA L. OLDEN 

"Lyn” 

Chorus 4 

Sr. Speaking Chorus 
Gift Comm. 


JAMES P. O’REAGAN 
Hockey 2 
A.F.S. 4 




PAMELA J. PALMER 
"Pam" 

Rep. Club 


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Editor-in-chief at work 




MICHAEL PANDO 
"Mike” 

N.H.S: 3, 4 
Honors Seminar 4 
Science Fair 

1st place—Physics 3, 4 
Indoor Track 3 
Tennis 4 

Yearbook Staff Photographer 4 
Sr. Speaking Chorus 4 
A.A. 3, 4 
Senior Play 4 

Sr. Baby Picture Sponsor 4 
Motion Picture Comm. 3 


CHRIS G. PANTEL 
"Chris” 

Track 1 
Football 2 

Senior Faculty Game 



MICHAEL F. PAPAGNO 
"Fish” 

Baseball 1 
Basketball 1 
Hockey 3, 4 
Boys' State Rep. 3 
Decorating Comm. 3 
General Comm. 4 


JOANNE T. PAPAGNO 

"Jo” 

A.F.S. 1, 2, 3 
Basketball 2 
Honors Seminar 4 
A.A. Sec. 4 
Women’s Club Rep. 3 
Pep Club 2, 3, 4 
Homecoming Court 4 
Gen. Comm. 

Fr. Club 2 
Sr. Chorus 4 




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NANCY L. PARIZEAU 
"Nance” 

Basketball 1, 2 
National Honor Society 3 
Honors Seminar 4 
Newspaper 3, 4 
Yearbook Literary Editor 4 
Sales Committee 3 
Prom Decorating Committee 3 
Student Leader Squad 4 
Student Council 4 
Senior Speaking Chorus 4 


LINDA M. PETERSON 
"Lin” 

Basketball 2 
Cheerleaders Club 1, 2 
American Field Service 2, 3, 4 
Student Representatives 3, 4 
Honors Seminar 
Junior Sales Committee 3 
Pep Club 1 

Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4 
French Club 2 



SUSAN PERRY 

"Sue” 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 
Student Leader 4 
Library Staff 3, 4 
Sr. Speaking Chorus 4 
Pep Club 2 

Co-ed Correspondent 4 
Amer. Heritage Club 2, 3, 4 
Class Day Comm. 4 



WILLIAM M. PARMENTER 
"Bill” 

Junior Sales Committee 3 
Yearbook Staff 4 



FAYE M. PINKHAM 
"Pinkie” 

Chorus 3 

Class Day Committee 4 
Spanish Club 2 


MARCEL A. PLANTE 
"Bouncy” 

Pep Club 



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JANINE M. PORCELLO 
"Jeanne” 

Gift Committee 4 



MICHAEL O. PROCKETT 

"Crash” 

Gen. Comm. 4 
Stud. Council 4 
Sales Comm. 4 



DIANE M. QUINN 
"Quinny” 

Honors Seminar 4 
Honor Society 3 
Cap & Gown Comm. 4 


GERALD F. RANDALL 
"Jerry” 

Science Fair 4 
Yearbook Comm. 4 
Basketball 2 
Football 2 
Prom Comm. 3 
Honors Seminar 4 
Jr. Sales Comm. 3 



BONNIE D. REILLEY 

"Bon” 

Cap & Gown Committee 4 
Student Leader 4 



DEBORAH L. RENAUD 
"Debbie” 

Pep Club 


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GASTON O. RENAUD III 
"Gus” 

Football 1 
Track 1 
Class Rep. 1 



ANNE V. RICCIUTI 
"Roonie” 

Newspaper 3, 4 
Homecoming Comm. 4 
Jr. Prom Comm. 3 
Cheerleaders Club 1, 2 
General Comm. 4 



PAULA J. RICCIUTI 
"Paula” 

Pep Club 1, 2 
Cheerleaders Club 2, 3 
Speaking Chorus 
Prom Comm. 4 
Newspaper 4 
Yearbook Comm. 4 
Decorating Comm. 3, 4 


KATHLEEN RISOTTI 

"Riz” 

Sales Comm. 4 
Jr. Prom Comm. 3 
Jr. Prom Court 3 
Homecoming Comm. 4 
Cheerleader Club 1, 2 
Pep Club 1, 2, 3 
Highlander Staff 4 



JOHN A. RICHER 

"Jay” 



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SUSANNE M. SARGENT 
"Sarge” 

Student Council 2, 3 
Jr. Prom Comm. 3 
Patron Comm. 4 



FRANCES M. SCORZZELLI 
"Skizz” 

Class Representative 


RONALD N. SANTELLA 
"Nervie” 

Pep Club 



MICHAEL R. SHARON 
"Rock” 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4 
Baseball 2 

Weightlifting 1, 2, 3, 4 
General Committee 


FRANK R. SAURI 
"Frank” 

Spanish Club 2 
Football 1 



JAMES J. SAUDAUSKAS 
"Jimmy” 

Pep Club 





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JOAN E. SIMERSON 
"Joannie” 

American Field Sendee 3, 4 
Drama Club 3 

Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3 
Senior Prom Decorating Committee 4 


GARY P. SMITH 
"G.P.” 

Football 1 
Hockey 3 

Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3 
Junior Sales Committee 
Senior Prom Decorating Committee 4 
Junior Prom Committee 3 




GORDON SMITH 
"Smitty” 

Junior Prom Committee 3 
Senior Prom Committee 4 




FRANK N. SNEDIKER 
"Snail” 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4 
Pep Club 

American Heritage 3, 4 
Junior Prom Committee 3 


YVONNE B. SOUCY 
"Yvonne” 

Chorus 3, 4 
Pep Club 



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DAVID P. SPIRIO 
"Spear” 

Football 1 

Cap and Gown Committee 4 



DONALD M. SOWDEN 

"Sow” 

Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3 

Senior Prom Committee 4 

Senior Prom Decorating Committee 4 




GERARD F. SPIRIO 
"Gerry” 

Gift Committee 4 


JONATHAN P. SPICER 

"Jason” 

Cap and Gown Committee 4 
Student Leader 4 


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time 

in 

physics 




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NAOMI R. STEWART 
"Naomi” 

Chorus 3, 4 


JOANNE R. SPURY 

"Jo” 

Senior and Junior Sales Committee 3, 4 
Chorus 4 


VIRGINIA M. STAPLEFIELD 
"Gin” 

Vice-President Senior Class, 4 
Honor Society 2 
Honors Seminar 4 
Cheerleaders Club 1 
Pep Club 

General Committee 3 




KATHERINE A. STRATEGAKIS 
"Stretch” 

Senior Speech Chorus 4 



DWIGHT STRAW 
"Whitney” 

Pep Club 


JOHN M. STUPIK 
"John” 

Senior Play Committee 4 



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ROBERT SULLIVAN 
"Sully” 

Senior Speaking Chorus 3 


LINDA M. TATTEN 
"Linda” 

Gift Committee 4 
Pep Club 


DONNA S. THOMAS 
"Thom” 

General Committee 3 
Highlander 3, 4 
Honors Seminar 4 
Majorettes 4 
Cheerleader’s Club 1 


SHIRLEY A. SUTHERLAND 
"Shurl” 

Sr. Prom Comm. 4 
Jr. Ring Comm. 3 
Pep Club 





CARYN TORRES 
"Caryn” 

Field Hockey 
Drama Club 
Senior Sales Comm. 
Chorus 



FRANCES L. TORRES 
"Fran” 

Spanish Club 1 
Drama Club 1 
Honors Seminar 4 
Class Day Comm. 4 


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ALFRED J. TROTTA 
"Al” 

Football 1 
Baseball 1 
Science Fair 2, 3 
Student Council 1 




RONALD S. VARS 
"Ron” 

Pep Club 


MARILYN VLASS 
"Lynn” 

Majorettes 3, 4 
Pep Club 1, 2 
Junior Prom Comm. 3 
Junior Sales Comm. 3 
A.F.S. 3 

Cheerleaders Club 1 



DONNA M. TURCOTTE 
"Don” 

Chorus 1 
Gymnastics 2 
Field Hockey 3 



JAMES J. WATSON 
"Jas” 

Football 1 
Basketball 1 
Rifle Team 2, 3 
Gymnastic Team 3, 4 
Good Government Rep. 4 
Councilor-at-Large 3 
French Club 2, 3 
Weight Lifting 3 
General Comm. 3 
Senior Sales Comm. 4 




DONNA M. WESINGER 
"Wes” 

Student Leader 4 
Softball 1 
Drama Club 4 
Junior Prom Comm. 3 


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FRANCES A. WHITTEMORE 
"Fran” 

Hockey, 1 
Baseball, 1 




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JACQUELINE A. WILE 

"Jackie” 

Basketball 3 

American Field Service 3 
Sales Committee 3 
Prom Committee 3 
Decorating Committee 3 
Pep Club 


No! We’re not ready yet! 


SUSAN WILSON 
"Sue” 

Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 4 
Highlander 3, 4 
Banner Committee 3 
Color Committee 3 



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ERNERST WINSKE 
"Ernie” 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4 
Athletic Assoc. 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 
Cap & Gown Comm. 


PAUL J. ZICIUS 
"Paul” 

Pep Club 

Athletic Association 
Class Day Committee 


SANDRA WOODS 
"Woodsey” 
Cheering Club 1, 2 
Junior Sales Comm. 3 
Chorus I, II 




One false move and I’ll blast you all 


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JUNIOR CLASS 
OFFICERS 



President —N. Granitsas; Vice-President —J. Gallo; 
Secretary —J. Kamataris; Treasurer —D. Francis 



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"To thee, O Alma Mater, we pledge our loyalty ... 


27ie C. C w. O. JMenill '.Awa’id Committee 



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CLASS POEM 

Closest ties we soon will cut, 

As our last hour draws nigh. 

The sun is now slowly setting 
On our times at Marlboro High. 

The future lifts its curtain. 
Challenges dwell across the way, 
To our friends we bid farewell, 
And welcome Graduation Day. 






There are dreams on our minds, 

Sadness of parting in our faces. 

To all, fond memories and best wishes. 

And now, we must move to new places. 

The end and the beginning we have reached, 
With teachers and motto as our guide. 

We make an entrance to Life’s great play, 
With God’s angel at our side. 

Sincerest thanks we now render. 

We will remain proud and true. 

Tears and laughter, hope and gratitude— 
We Seniors bid a memorable Adieu. 

ELIZABETH BRACKEN 


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VOCATIONAL SCHOOL 








ADMINISTRATION 

AND 

FACULTY 

M.V.H.S. 



MR. JOSEPH D. BRUCCHI, Director 




Front Row, left to right 
Mr. Richard Jelladian 
Mr. John Urseleo 
Mr. Bernard Silva 
Mr. Joseph Brucchi 
Mr. John Hogan 
Mr. Raymond Hawley 
Mr. Howard Hirst 

Back Row, left to right 
Mr. Richard Bevilacqua 
Mr. Robert Weston 
Mr. Donald Mossman 
Mr. Bernard Austin 
Mr. Donald Cookman 
Mr. Clinton Wells 


MR. HOWARD HIRST, 
Guidance 


MRS. HELEN STRAZZERO, 
Secretary 




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JOSEPH D. BRUCCHI. DIRECTOR 


485-8104 
AREA CODE 617 


February 9, 1967 


To the Class of 1967s 

You have reached another important milestone in your 
young lives. it is most unfortunate that you find the world 
in such a state of confusion and unrest. 

The challenge is yours, however, to help make this a 
better country in which to live. We feel certain that the 
members of this class have prepared themselves to go on to 
further education, or to work in industry in their chosen 
vocation, and will be ready to assume the responsibilities 
which will come before them. 

Today, possibly more than at any other time in the 
history of our country, our leaders are asking educators 
to train our manpower and assist all individuals in the 
most effective way possible to find useful and satisfying 
employment. 

In closing may I wish you every success, and may your 
fondest dreams come true. 



Most sincerely yours, 

Joseph D. Brucchi, 
Director 




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When problems confronted us our faculty was eager to help us. 


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A CLOSER LOOK AT 
OUR 

VOCATIONAL SCHOOL 




AUTO MECHANICS SENIORS: left to right 
Alberto Tambolleo, Eugene Boothby, Gerard Spi- 
no, Douglas Marshall, Michael Beland, Frank 
Comerato, Robert Nee 


GLEN ESTABROOK, 
Electronics Senior 


MR. URSOLEO, 
Machine Shop Instructor 


MR. JELLADIAN, 
Shop Instructor 



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MR. HIRST, History Instructor 



Ronald Vars and Paul Zicius, 
Auto Body Seniors 




MR. HOGAN, 
History and English 
Instructor 




























X?#•’!&*#! CENSORED! 


Anybody got a Band-Aid! 


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A CTIVITIES 
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ORGANIZATIONS 


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President: Nicholas Granitsas 
Vice-President: Virginia Staplefield 
Secretary: Janet Kamataris 
Treasurer: Harry Comerford 


BRINGS HONOR AND 
RESPONSIBILITY 


"Nick” on tour of duty 


D.A.R. GOOD CITIZEN 


WOMEN'S CLUB REPRESENTATIVES 


ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS 




Janet Kamataris 


Janet Kamataris 
& Joann Papagno 


Nicholas Granitsas 
Linda Avard & Joann Papagno 


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VOTING 

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The Motion is carried! 



MARLBORO’S STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

Seated: N. Granitsas, P. Goulet, J. Neill, L. Corinne, Standing: Mr. Manning, Adv., A. Brodeur. 
R. Ralston, G. Wells, R. Bettger, M. Moore 


BOYS' STATE REPRESENTATIVE 
D. Francis, N. Granitsas 
M. Papagno 


STUDENT STATE SENATOR 
James Watson 


STUDENT GOVERNMENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM 
Seated: H. Comerford, Mr. McGinn Adv., Standing: S. Mahoney, D. Bill, W. Cunningham, 
B. Heath 


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... TO UPHOLD OUR 
DEMOCRATIC HERITAGE 


The class of 1967 has become aware of their political 
responsibilities by learning to actively participate and realis¬ 
tically carry on the election process Eisenhower said; "Educa¬ 
tion is for democracy”. 



Seat of government in Marlboro Country 



Campaigning 


Registering 



Casting the ballot 


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SCIENCE FAIR 
1967 




MICHAEL PANDO 
Physics Division—1st Place 
"Decoding the Sounds of Birds" 



STEVEN JUSSEAUME 
Physics Division—Hon. Ment. 
"Construction Of An 
Amateur Spectroscope" 



GERALD 
RANDALL 
Physics Div 
3rd Place 
"Effects of 
Temperature 
on 

Elasticity” 


NICHOLAS GRANITSAS 
Chemistry Division—1st Place 
"Measuring of Dissolved Oxygen” 





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Senior Class of 1967 

PRESENTS 

Butter On The Bacon 


A Modem Comedy in Three Acte 
By 

John Henderson 



TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, MAY 16 - 17, 1967 
MARLBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 


By Special 
Art Craft Pluy Co., 


CAST 



. Jean Garcia 


. Linda Corinne 


. Harry Comerford 


. .. Valerie Bruso 


Peter Conners 


James Watson 


Michael Pando 

J. Fenelon Finque 

Nicholas Granitsaa 
Joanne Gallo 


Jackv Neill 


Thomas DiBuono 


Anne Kulevich 



Miss Kittinger 

. Karen Gaucher 


The Place: The living room of the Brennan’s in Midvale. 
The Time: The present. 


SYNOPSIS 

Act 1. A morning in summer. 

Act 2. Two weeks later; morning. 

Act 3: A week later; evening. 

STAGE CREW 

STAGE MANAGER Maureen Fortin 

SCENIC DESIGNER Donald Morin 

SET MANAGER.William Carlsen 

LIGHTING and SOUND 

Mr. Edward Martel and Michael Youska 
PROPERTY MANAGER Elaine Collins 

MAKE-UP AND COSTUMES 

Nancy Brigham, Cheryl Cazaropolous, Ruth Cote 
Patricia Foley, Joan Simerson 
PUBLICITY AND TICKETS 

Joann Papagno, Patricia Lacombe 
STAGE HANDS and EXTRAS 

Maureen Fortin (Curtain), William Carlsen 

Elaine Collins, Ruth Cote. Donald Morin, Joan Simerson 

PROMPTERS. Karen Gaucher, Patricia Brennan 

FACULTY DIRECTORS 

Mr. Anthony B. Sandini and Mrs. Catherine Thorpe 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

Miss Catherine Hutch — Class Advisor 
Mr. Gene Insani Miss Joy MacConnell 



Harry Comerford, Linda Corinne, Karen Gaucher 


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”... THERE WILL BE BUTTER 
ON THE BACON FOR EVERYONE” 



Patty Borcherding, Ann Kulevich, 


Jim Watson, Jean Garcia 



Jackie Neill, Linda Corinne, Mrs. Kathleen Thorpe, Peter Con 
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FROM A PARIS CAFE 




JUNIOR PROM ’66 

THE LOVELIEST NIGHT OF THE YEAR 



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TO A GARDEN IN ERIN 



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MARLBORO’S FINEST 




It was on this night—in Erin 



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"YOU MUST HAVE BEEN 
A BEAUTIFUL BABY . . . ; 



Albert La Rose 



Kathleen Risotti 








James Watson 



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David Bill 



Pamela Palmer 



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David Spirio 


Susan Blood 


Donald Kennison 







BOOK ENDS 


Collin Gaffney 


Donna Kenzerski’s Anna 


Heather Gaffney 



Ann and Paula Ricciuti 


Caryn and Francis Torres 


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LEARNING IN 



STUDENT COUNCIL 


President David Bill 

. . . dedicated to orderly and lawful 
interaction, among students, faculty and 
administration providing a happy en¬ 
vironment in school community . .. 


AMERICAN HERITAGE CLUB 


President Steven Jesseaume 
Advisor Mr. Sandini 

... to foster an understanding of our 
cultural background, infuse a love for 
our country and to work actively toward 
its betterment . . . 



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SCIENCE QUIZ TEAM 


Captain Nick Granitsas 

... for the promotion of practical ap¬ 
plication of scientific knowledge lead¬ 
ing to accelerated progress among stu¬ 
dents who hope to make science their 
goal in life . . . 


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A CTION 


FOLK CLUB 


President Karen Luke 
Advisor Mr. McGinn 

. . . organized to provide entertainment 
among students for the development 
of musical expression, making the school 
environment a more pleasant one. 


















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AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 


President Joanne Papagno 
Advisor Mr. St. Croix 

. . .to develop a better understanding 
among nations, on a people to people 
basis, by providing foreign students 
with the opportunity to live and study 
with us. 


DRAMATICS CLUB 


President Susan Bailey 
Advisor Mr. Sandini 

... to foster dramatic entertainment 
and to provide opportunity for students 
to participate in a communicative art 
leading to facility of speech and ex¬ 
pression. 



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The good guys. 



Two rivals meet head on. 



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Touchdown!! 










My man one, two three. 



Reward, for a job well done. 


Most Valuable Player, 
Thanksgiving Day 



We won!! 









Top: S.' Ward Mgr., M. Hanley, L. Beaulieu, P. Kenney M. Voutas, J. Sullivan, A. Goggin, Coach White 
Bottom: B. Heath, L. Temple, M. Fortin, A. Kulevich, S. Simonian, M. Fortin 



Although they didn’t boast a win¬ 
ning record, the girls showed a 
marked improvement over last year. 
This was due in no small part to 
the efforts of A. Kulevich and M. 
Fortin who played well all year 
and, in general, led the team. 


Ann Kulevich 




Maureen Fortin 


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Amazons in Action 


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GIRLS’ BASKETBALL 




Elaine Collins 



Girls’ sports took an upswing 
with the advent of the girls’ 
Basketball season. The Marlboro 
hoopsters led their league for 
most of the season before be¬ 
ing knocked out towards the 
end. They were led by veteran 
performer Elaine Collins and by 
Nancy Cook. Elaine was a key 
offensive player, while Nancy 
excelled in defense. 


Nancy Cook 



A little relaxation. 


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(l-r) A. Lambert; T. John; G. Wells; F. Cotillo; D. Giard; J. Knipe; J. Roche; N. Granitsas; G. Ianinni; N. Leoleis; N. 
Seymore 


BASKETBALL 



Fred pops in two. 



SCORES 


THEM 


Algonquin .5 6 

Maynard .41 

Westboro .78 

Algonquin .78 

Maynard .35 

Northbridge .51 

Auburn .63 

Wachusett .65 

Clinton .59 

Milford .41 

Hudson .57 

Shrewsbury .65 

Northbridge .60 

Auburn .80 

Wachusett .61 

Clinton .42 

Milford .53 

Hudson .54 

Shrewsbury .62 


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39 

79 

75 
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53 
67 

43 
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51 
56 

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Excuse me may I have that ball!! 


Jumping Jack Roche 


The crowd goes wild at the Hudson game. 


OK Fred but next time go before the game! 


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Front (1-r) Karen, Debbie, Ellen, Pat, Muffy, Back (1-r) Sara, Brenda, Linda, Maretina, Patty. 



The ’66 Football season has ended 
but the stirring memories of victories 
and defeats, touchdowns and field goals 
will forever remain fresh in the memory 
of these cheerleaders. 


At rallies the cheerleaders boosted the student 
body spirit to victory. 


Ellen Maslowski Capt. 


Patty Brennan 


K-I-L-L, Kill the Hawkes. 


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Their hopes . .. 


. . . and prayers . . . 


. .. made victories 



The Cheerleaders also added pep and color to the basketball court. Above is Ann 
Leoleis the smallest Cheerleader at M.H.S. 


The Cheerleaders ended their year in glory by 
bringing home a trophy from the Cheerleaders 
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Front: Robert Gorman, M. Papagno, C. Collacchio, R. Evangelous, K. Boggos, £. Winske. P. Pacific, Second row: J. Risotti, 
J. Bowen, R. Duguay, J. Padula, W. Brennan, D. McCurley, David Rollins, J. Pacific, J. Gordon. 




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SAVE!! 


Papagno faces off 







GIRL’S SOFTBALL 



It’s a close one. 



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Front: K. Samways, E. St. Hilare, J. Beane, R. DiCero, J. Watson, K. Ripley C. Trudeau, D. Weston, J. Lynde, 
P. Ferro, J. Gibson, Top: P. Ready, P. Moran, J. Bubbe, P. Kratchman, B. Braconnier, Coach, Hayes, T. Cummings, 
C. Meschini, G. Cupae, J. Jelinek, B. Penta. 



Senior members: Karen Gaucher, Dave Weston, Jim Watson, Paula 
Decoteau. John Beane was absent when picture was taken. 



David Weston clowning around. 



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White man speak with fork tongue. 










































Front —B. Brooks, K. Blanchette, Cindy Sarsfield, Paula DeCoteau, A. Goggin, J. Rugg, J. Bloomback, 
Linda Lacouture, L. Gelina, J. Burke. Back —Mrs. Gaynor, D. Moyer, B. Fiske, S. Gelina, P. Branconnier, 
D. Lyons, J. Brooks, K. Gaucher, P. Kenney 




"Think we’ll make it.” 


"Now how do I get down.” 


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Dick Giard 


Front (1-r) J. Pedula, B. LaVan, A. Lambert, D. Giard, D. Bill, B. McCarthy, P. Kamatafis, Back: K. Harper, R. 
W. Brennan, B. Whitney, J. Chase, M. Rigney, J. Armienti, Coach Valianti. f fl 


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Art Lambert 


David Bill 





MARLBORO'S OWN 
DIAMOND KINGS 
IN FULL SWING 







Dick Giard puts one over the plate. 


Whew! Just made it. 


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Front (1-r) M. Fox, M. Carbonne, D. Zilembo, R. Garfield, R. LaFreniere, D. Sullivan, S. Prior, K. 
Ripley. Back (1-r) C. Gibson, T. John, P. LaValle, J. Beane, S. Bauks, W. Lutke, G. Benson, J. 
Jelinec, Coach Wade. 




Coach Wade gives two Senior members, Charlie Future star at M.H.S. 

and John, a few instructions. 



Wait! I dropped My contact. 


Season Record 8 wins 4 losses 



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Maynard. 

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Milford . 

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19 

Clinton. 

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19 

Northbridge. 

.43 

20 

Shewsbury . 

.50 

15 

Westboro . 

.25 

30 

Auburn . 

.37 

21 

Algonquin . 

.40 

21 

Westboro . 

.40 

18 


At Wachusett Invitational 
Wachusett won. 

At CMC Meet in Holden 
Wachusett won. 

Nashoba-Lunenburg at Marlboro 
Lunenburg won. 



Charlie nears the finish line. 


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OUTDOOR 




INDOOR 




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MHS RACKETEERS 



Bottom, L-R: S. Jusseaume, B. O’Leary, P. Lepore, M. Deusel, C Potter. Top L-R; P. McQuillen, J. Granitsas, R. Thomas, D. 
Brumby, W. Kelleher, M. Pando, Mr. Richard R. Terry, coach. 


A 7 AND 1 RECORD 
RACKED UP IN SECOND 
YEAR OF COMPETITION 


MARLBORO vs. OPPONENT 


Auburn.6 

West Boylston . .6 

Auburn .5 

Algonquin.7 

Leominster.9 

Algonquin.6 

West Boylston . .7 
Leominster .... 13 


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Mark in action! 



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A GOLF TEAM AT ITS BEST 



Co-Captain 
Nick Leoleis 


THEY ACHIEVED 
MARLBORO’S 
GREATEST RECORD 

From 1965—1967 
41 wins—1 loss 


They’ll carry on. 




Front; S. Pryor, M. McNally, M. Kenzer- 
ski, N. Leoleis, J. Knipe, Back; Coach 
Kelly, D. Kelly, J. DeRuvo, J. Poechronis, 
R. Brennan. 




Co-Captain 
Martin Kenzerski 


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Leoieis Medalist With 72 



Marlboro High Golfers Set Record 
In Winning State Schoolboy Title 


By RALPH GRAftSO 

BROOKLINE—Marlboro High School's golf team climkxcd a soason filled 
with remarkable accomplishments yesterday by winning the state schoolboy cham¬ 
pionship at Puttcrham Meadows (toll Course. The Panthers, proud possessors of a 
15-1 slate thia season and an almost unbelievable 44-1 mark over the past two and 
one-half seasons, more than lived up to their press clippings Monday as they estab¬ 
lished an all-time record low score in easily outdistancing the field of the ten best 
high school gall teams in the slate. 


Co-captain Leoieis 



STATE CHAMPIONS—Members of Marlboro High School’s title winning golf team include, Front Row, left to right, 
Ricky Barter, Scott Pryor and Coach Fran Kelly. In Rear, left to right, Mike McNally, Nick Leoieis, Martin Kenzerski 
and Jim Knipe. The Panthers set an all-time record of 301 in adding the state championship to their long list of 1967 
laurels in the state team championship tournament at Putterham Meadows in Brookline. 


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GRADUATION ’61 


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"Knowledge is 



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“Knowledge Is Strength’’ 

The Class of Nineteen Hundred and Sixty-seven 
of the Marlborough High School 
invites you to be present at its 

Commencement ^xercises 
Marlborough High School Auditorium 
Saturday afternoon, June the tenth 
at two o'clock 


(Please Present This Card at Door) 


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"YOUTH ACCEPTS 





"THE CHALLENGE OF LEADERSHIP" 

Nicholas George Granitsas 

"... The driving force behind American progress has been leadership 
. . . Regardless of the field that one enters, leadership is necessary. If there 
is one thing that will destine a graduate of this class to a life of mediocrity, 
it will be reluctance to dare to be a leader ... In this country there is no 
excuse for not being able to become a leader. America has better schools, 
more scholarships and more job opportunities than any other country ... I 
would like to close with a quote from Lincoln that explains his success: "I 
will prepare and maybe my time will come.’’ 


"REALIZING OUR RESPONSIBILITIES” 

Susan Marie Grasso 

"We often tend to forget the great American ideal that has made the 
education of every youth possible. We are fortunate to live in a land where 
every child has an almost God given right to receive an education. This right 
that has benefitted us in many ways was not developed by mere chance. Our 
forefathers planned it that way. As we graduate we are thankful that we 
have lived in this nation where each individual has the inalienable right to 
pursue an education. 


"DEVELOPMENT OF TECHNOLOGY 
AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION” 

Charles Edouard Cormier 

"As stated by Mr. James B. Conant in his book The American High School 
Today . . . "Vocational education is not offered in lieu of general academic 
education, but grows out of it, supplementing and enhancing it. Vocational 
education is an integral part of the total education program and requires 
aptitudes that the students at the lower academic levels do not have. Slow 
readers, for example, are not able to benefit from regular vocational pro¬ 
grams.” 


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ITS CHALLENGE” 



"THE NEW INDIVIDUAL WITH A NEW HORIZON" 

Linda Joyce Corinne 

"... Some of today’s youth are misled by the conflicting moral code of 
1967. They are attracted by the glittering but superficial choices and they 
will never find meaningful happiness. Still others look at this new world and 
are overcome by a sense of futility; and they make no choices, and develop 
no personal values; they drift along with the crowd. The majority of youth 
1967, however, are committing themselves to a better world. They are 
intolerant of the drifting condoned by today’s society and are healthily dis¬ 
content with the way things are. They are out to change things and to change 
themselves.” 


"SPIRITUAL EDUCATION AND ITS VALUE TO YOUTH" 

Michael Pando 

"... Indifference is the attitude of many youths today, and although many 
of them may not realize it, the effects of youthful indifference are almost 
certain to be felt later on in life. Therefore, it is vitally important to heed 
the advice of the Bible proverb: "A wise person will listen and take in more 
instruction, and a man of understanding is the one who acquires skillful 
direction” . . . Many youths lack interest in school because they feel that 
they will never use the information being taught. Actually this is a short¬ 
sighted view, for practically every subject in school requires one to do 
reading and writing, and ability in these areas directly affects one’s success 
in life ... Our educational system is good, if we take full advantage of it, 
and if we heed the Biblical injunction "to listen and take in more instruction,” 
we shall be laying the foundation for our own successful family lives, and 
for accepting our future responsibilities.” 




"THE CHALLENGE OF COMMUNICATION 
IN A CHANGING WORLD" 

Jacqueline Ann Neill 

"... Unfortunately, it seems that as the greatness of the world’s size be¬ 
comes smaller; the smallness of man’s mind becomes greater. But at least we, 
the youth of America, the graduating class of 1967, are ready to speak, to 
listen, to understand. We will break through this iron curtain of hatred in our 
minds that blocks out all words of love and peace. Yes, we, the young people 
of today, are willing to change with the world: to say the words that should 
be heard by all human ears; and to listen with open minds when another 
speaks—regardless of his race, color, creed, or nationality. We will win the 
war for peace with the greatest weapons ever produced—conversation and 
comprehension.” 


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Mr. & Mrs. Paul A. Armour 

Mr. & Mrs. James D. Hayes 

Miss Mary E. O’Halloran 

Mr. & Mrs. George H. Bill 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Hayes 

Mr. & Mrs. George A. Ohman 

Mr. & Mrs. Leo Brennan 

Mrs. Dorothy Hornby 

Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Pando 

Mrs. C. E. Brigham 

Miss Catherine L. Hutch 

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond C. Richer 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul A. Brunelle 

Patricia B. Kosky 

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Sandini 

Mr. & Mrs. Valmore Bruso 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Kulevich 

Harold Sargent 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis E. Collins 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Kronoff 

Mr. & Mrs. Enio L. Spury 

Mr. & Mrs. John Clark 

Mr. Roland Losco 

Mrs. George Staplefeld 

Miss Mary G. Connolly 

Rita Maiorano 

Mr. & Mrs. James St. Croix 

Mr. John P. Curry 

Mr. & Mrs. Steven Manning 

Miss Jane Taylor 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis J. Degeronimi 

Mr. & Mrs. Edouard Martel 

Mr. Richard R. Terry 

Mr. Emilio DeSimone 

Miss Eleanor McDonald 

Mrs. Kathleen Thorpe 

Miss June Ellis 

Mr. McGinn 

Mr. & Mrs. Roger T. Thurston 

Mr. & Mrs. John F. Francis 

Dorothy F. Medill 

Mr. Albert A. Trottier 

Mr. & Mrs. John T. Garcia 

Miss Antoinette Marie Menard 

Mr. & Mrs. Jesse Wade 

Mr. & Mrs. Clarence R. Giard 

Mr. & Mrs. George Morin 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. White 

Mrs. James Granitsas 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Morse 

Mr. & Mrs. Foster Yeadon 

Mr. & Mrs. D. Joseph Hannagan 

Mr. & Mrs. Earl Neill 

The Marlboro Enterprise 

Mrs. Karen Hassler 

Mr. & Mrs. Harland Noyes 

The Worcester Telegram & Evening Gazette 


MARLBORO COUNTRY 
CONTRIBUTORS 


THE CLASS OF 1967 
WISHES TO ACKNOWLEDGE 
AND THANK ALL WHO 
HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO 
OUR YEARBOOK. 


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During the last four years, the Class of 1967 at Marlborough High School has 
acquired useful knowledge and has perfected the skills and techniques that are needed 
by every adult. We have changed from playful adolescents into individuals who are 
ready to assume the responsibilities of American citizenship. 

All too soon our day of graduation has arrived and we, as a class, have reached our 
hour of decision. 

Alden Morse, 

Martha Medill, 

Editors 


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