Apponequet High School - Polarion Yearbook (Lakeville, MA)

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tS v zJtLji, X-rtr cL yc (yp JsJ , Si ' .’lV 1c 00 There ' s DEDICATION Mr. Gary Crook It is with much gratitude and many fond memories that we the class of “74” dedicate this, our great yearbook, to Mr. Gary Crook. As one of our former advisors, he was always ready to work hard for the betterment of our class. Mr. Crook was truly dedicated to his work here and the students he taught. He will always be one of the most colorful and meaningful threads in our tapestry at AHS. For the pleasure and privilege of knowing him and of working with him, we would like to thank him with this dedication. 2 Tapestry Carole King My life has been a tapestry of rich and royal hue An everlasting vision of the everchanging view A wondrous woven magic in bits of blue and gold A tapestry to feel and see, impossible to hold Once amid the soft sOver sadness in the sky Tliere came a man of fortune, a drifter passing by He wore a torn and tattered cloth around Iris leathered hide And a coat of many colors, yellow-green on either side He moved with some uncertainity, as if he didn’t know Just what he was there for, or where he ought to go Once he reached for something golden hanging from a tree And his hand came down empty Soon within my tapestry along the rutted road He sat down on a river rock and turned into a toad It seemed that he had fallen into someone’s wicked spell And 1 wept to see him suffer, thougli I didn’t know him well As 1 watched in sorrow, there suddenly appeared A figure gray and ghostly beneath a flowing beard In times of deepest darkness. I’ve seen him dressed in black Now my tapestry’s unravelling; he’s come to take me back He’s come to take me back Our lives have been a tapestry of moments and memories now woven into the past. Tlris book represents the bits and pieces that have made up our lives in the past 4 years. Now we will go on and add in our individual ways weaving an over- all picture. 3 “THE WAY WE WERE” “We’re just looking around!!!” ‘Young Love’ ' “Sweetheart of the Roller Derby Set” ‘Love ' s Crazy’ ‘It sure is!!!!’ “We’re going steady.” “We’re engined. “And we’re looking for love!!’ “We’re All in love!” “And they all love me!” “We love Davy Jones!” TOP — 1 to r: Paul H. Lynn B.; Kay S; Amanda E; April T.; Carol C Sheilla M; Debbie O; Geri G; Cheryl T; — Pam K; Bill B; Nancy D; Deb D; Cindy C Donna B; Lynne A Bryan A; — Pam K.; Mike K; John S; Bill M. 4 Pamela J. Kelsey Lakeview Heiglits, Lakeville “If a star fell, 1 should hold out my hand.” “Pam” thinks happiness is cheering for a winning football team. She dislikes people telling her she’s dumb and rainy, “blali” days. Pam’s advice to underclassmen is to “hve it up.” J.V. Cheering 1; Future Teachers 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Cheering 2, 3, 4; Co-Capt. 4; Class President 4; Traffic Squad 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Council 4 Miss Maria Angela Perrone Cedardale, Lakeville “Can we ever have too much of a good thing?” Maria, who wants to be a teacher, says happiness is always having something to smile about. She can always be found cheering in tlie stands at a football game. Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 2, 3; President 4; F.L.E.A.S. 1; Class Vice-President 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Council 4 Miss Sandra L. Lopes 26 Braley Road, East Freetown “An outward and visible sign of an inward and spiritual grace.” “Cliipper’s” favorite class is choir (maybe that’s why she can always be found singing.) Her favorite saying is “don’t you come with that jive,” and her ambition is to be involved with tlie ministr ’. Oioir 1, 2, 3, 4; Librarian 4; Basketball Manager 2, 3; Spanish Gub 2; F.L.E.A.S. 3; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Girls Varsity Club 3, 4; Class Treasurer 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Council 4 .Miss Deborah Lynne Dias 12 Stetson Street, Lakeville “Many small make a great.” “Deb’s” most embarrassing moment was when she slid down the banister and found Mr. Duseault at the end. Her favorite place is Onset w ' here she can be found eating french fries and chocolate donuts while w ' atching No. 15. Happiness to Deb is life. Pep Club 1, 2, 3; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 2, 3, 4;Qroir 2, 3, 4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 2; F.LE.A.S. 2, 3; Advisory Board 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Council 4 6 David Anderson 286 Taunton Street, Lakeville “What is life without a little fun?” “Dave’s” ambition is to be very, very rich. He dislikes hot humid rainy days and conceited people and his advice to underclassmen is “Do what you want, but do it before it’s too late.” Football 1, 2; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3 Miss Janice Marie Anderson 286 Taunton Street, Lakeville “For if we live, we did not, and if we die, we live.” “Sis” says happiness is being friends with everyone and her “pet peeve” is people who only care about themselves. Her most embarassing moment was when she squirted Mr. Dorsey in the face and got a detention. F.L.E.A.S. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Honor Society 2, 3, 4 Mr. Bryan Alan Andrade 31 County Road, East Freetown “I am not in the role of commen men.” Bryan, who hkes dandelions and linguica, says his ambition is to make a life for himself so when he looks back 20 years from now he’ll be proud of what he’s done. He can often be heard saying I’m a victim of circumstances.” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Band 1; Senior Qass Play 3; Senior Council 4 Miss Lynne F. Andrade 33 County Road, East Freetown “I had a thing to say, but 1 will fit it with some better time.” “Gidget” loves to look at wild horses and says her favorite season is spring. She would like to be stranded on a desert island with Lee and her best advice to underclassmen is to stay in school and make the best of it. Pep Qub 1; Library Aid 1; Future Business Club 3, 4; President 4 7 i Mr. Gerald Araujo Braley Road, East Freetown “Wisely and slow, they stumble that run fast.” “Gerry’s” happiness is just groovin at Taunton Green and getting the most out of life. He likes to relax to the Allman Brothers Band and watch girls walk by. Coyle High School: Basketball 1; Baseball 1; Hockey 1 ; Weightlifting 1, Taunton High School: Music 2, Apponequet: D.E.C.A. 4 Miss Patricia Angeley 296 Taunton Street, Lakeville “Your hearts desires be with you.” “Pete” likes a warm sunny day in New Hampshire with Nick. Her “pet peeve” is when the car won’t start; her advice to underclassmen is “make the best of it (if you can)” Miss Kathleen Anne Arruda 38 Reservoir Avenue, Lakeville “If music be the food of love, play on.” “Kathy” likes Clark Gable and any class Mr. Jorgensen teaches. Her most embarrassing moment was when she got stuck in a strange locker and Deanna had to pull her out. Kathy’s “pet peeve” is when people throw gum wrappers in the piano and her ambition is to be a concert pianist. French Club 1; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasure 1; (Thoir Accompanist 1, 2, 3, 4;S.E.M.S.B.A. 1 Paul Archambault Middleboro, East Freetow “We know nothing of tomorrow, our business is to be happy today.” Paul wants to make his life something worth looking back on. Happiness is doing what he wunts. Paul likes an early morning on a cold, crisp, fall day relaxing to Seals and Crofts. Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2 8 i- r William Asliley “Trouble 1 don’t need, but I’m always in it.” Dean Atwood “Better suffer for truth than prosper by falsehood.” Bill Baker Dunbar Road, Lakeville “No limit but the sky.” “Snakey Bake . . .” likes classical music, and money. His ambition is to have a good time, and his best class is study. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2 Susan Ashley Howland Road, Lakeville “Every day is a holiday.” .... “EUS” likes eating ice cream and listening to Neil Young. Her favorite class is fourth period study with Ann, Tina, and Cheryl and of course, happiness is a good party. 9 Richard Barboza “All that is born to live, is bom to die. Paul L. Beaudry Bullock Road, North Dartmouth “Don’t deceive with belief.” Paul would Uke to go into a field which would help people. He likes Chinese food and his favorite place is Paris. His favorite class is World History and his favorite concert is the French Revolution, in French of course. Lynn Marie Begley Plymouth Street, Lakeville “Where there is an open mind, there will always be a frontier.” Lynn’s favorite place is “Middle Earth”, but her ambition is seeking fame and fortune. Happiness to her is partying and having the best future. Pep Gub 1, 2; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 1, 2; French Gub 1; Traffic Squad 4 Miss Debra R. Beech Harcourt Avenue, Lakeville “A sweet disposition is not the least of her charms.” Happiness to “Deb” is sleeping late in the morning. She wants to marry a millionaire so she can have plenty of food. She dislikes people who wear stripes and plaids at the same time, but she likes daisies because they grow wild. Pep Gub 1, 2; Softball 3; Varisty Club 4 10 Brian Belli “Forbidden fruits are sweetest. Miss Gail Benevides 118 High Street, Assonet “Pleasantly between the pelting showers, the sunshine gushes down.” Gail Ukes daisies and cheeseburgers and says happiness is going anywhere you want to go. Her “pet peeve” is not being able to go down the up staircase and when she has nothing to do she eats. Pep Club 1, 2, 3; French Qub 1; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Miss Deanna Becky Bethea 27 County Road, East Freetown “I love tranquil solitude and such society as is quiet, wise, and good.” “Deanna, whose ambition is to be a social worker says her favorite place is any place where she can think and her favorite season is summer. Her favorite food is french fries and you always hear her saying “Bloody Hell.” F.L.E.A.S. 1, 2; Spanish Club 2; Yearbook Staff 4 ' Miss Linda Katherine Bissaro 121 Main Street, Lakeville “If there be sorrow, let it be for things undone.” “Lin” whose favorite class is art, loves to look at tough guys with blue eyes and long hair. She likes to relax to NeU Young and her favorite place is the woods by a lake. . Honor Society 1, 3, 4; French Qub 1, 2; Future Teachers Club 2, 3; Pep Qub 2; F.L.E.A.S. 2, 3; Advisory Board 2, 3; Traffic Squad 3; Yearbook 4 11 Russell Bolduc 13 South Main Street, Assonet “One thing alone we can own forever, the memory of the just.” Russell’s ambition is to be a concert organist. His best advice to underclassmen is “Hang in there”, and he likes lobster and meatballs. Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Aid 1, 2, 3; Spanish Qub 2; F.L.E.A.S. 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4 Mrs. Sherry Bock 8 Main Street, LakevUle “Happiness seems made to be shared.” “Slier”, whose secret childhood idol was Superman, says her favorite season is winter and she likes french fries and pizza. Happiness to her is David and her “pet peeve” is people who stare at her. Pep Qub 1, 2, 4; J.V. Cheering 1; French Club 1, 2; Secretary 2; F.L.E.A.S. 1; Ski Club 1, 2, 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2; Leaders Club 3, 4 Miss Donna Jean Boehler 27 Beech Bluff Road, East Freetown “Come live in mv heart and pav no rent.” Donna’s childhood idol was Davy Jones and says her most exciting moment was when she got her license. Her ambition is to be a bookkeeper and you can always hear her saying “fantastic.” Miss Nancy Ann Boehler Burns Lane, East Freetown “It’s nice to be natural when you’re naturally nice.” “Nance” thinks happiness is April 1st and her favorite saying is “What are you doing?” She enjoys a cool, breezy fall day and when she has nothing to do she finds herself drinking. French Club 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4 12 Ms. Carolyn Borden High Street, Assonet “I took the road less traveled by and that has made all the difference.” Carolyn wants to be a nurse. She likes a free day and her favorite place is the Taunton Green. To her, happiness is eating a peanut butter sandwich. Pep Qub 1, 2; Ski Club 1, 2 Richard A. Butler 17 Paul Avenue, East Freetown “I take my fun where 1 find it.” “Ricky”, says his most embarrassing moments are when his mother brings out his baby pictures. He dislikes school days and his “pet peeve” is Mr. Vidal. He says he’d like to be stranded on a deserted island with Irene, and his ambition is to play professional hockey. Mr. Peter D. Borges 93 High Street, Assonet “Put your shoulder to the wheel.” “Sleek” likes the sand pits on Copicut Road at aU times of the year. His most embarrassing moment was when he was caught in school with a suit on. Happiness is what makes you happy and he would Uke to tell the underclassmen to get out while you can. He likes a good day and anything on WVBF. He thinks that every minute is exciting in life. Mr. Mark J. Bosse ' 283 Taunton Street, Lakeville “Most happy is he who is self reliant.” “Hondo” likes pretty looking girls and lasagna. His “pet peeve” is girls with long hair cutting it short. He likes to relax to Eric Qapton and you can always hear him saying “There ya go.” Honor Society 1, 4; Cross Country 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 4; Football 2, 4 13 Stephen Cabucio 7 Dean Street, Assonet “Wit be my faculty and pleasure iny occupation.” “Steve,” whose favorite place is the beach, says his most embarrassing moment was when he had to walk through school with gum on his nose. His “pet peeve” is Judy and he likes a cold, snowy day. Central Jr. Higlr School; Football 1; Hockey 1; Baseball 1; Chef Club 1; Ski Club 1; Hingham High School; Football 2; Hockey 2; Durfee High School: Baseball 2; Apponequet: Football 3, 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Baseball 4 Miss Cindy Lynn Caldwell 314 Bedford Street, Lakeville “For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.” Cindy’s childhood idol was Davy Jones. She likes spaghetti and meatballs and being anyplace where tliere’s people, especially on warm, sunny days. Happiness is being able to help others and not getting stuck behind a slow driver. Basketbidl manager 1; Softball, manager 1; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2; Future Teachers 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Yearbook Staff 4 Mr. Joseph John Caledonia Pickens Street, Lakeville “Unlimited in his nature, undefinite in !iis desires.” “Baby doll” says he would be happy on a desert island as long as he had his girl, guitar, and plenty of tuna fish. (You would have plenty of time to wateh the ocean and practice to be a rock musician there, Joe.) Brockton High Scliool: Student Council 1; Football 1; Apponequet: Choir 2 Salvatore Cardello Rhode Island Road, Lakeville “My work is done, I’U go to bed.” 14 Miss Cindy Lee Chamberlain 19 Friend Street, Assonet “The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known.” “Chambie” likes taking walks and listening to folk music. The seashore is a nice place to be, especially at sunset with people who mean a lot to her. She gets excited when she makes a basket at a basketball game. Cindy’s ambition is to work in a field of technology. Woodwind Quintet 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; S.E. District 3, 4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 2; F.LE.A.S. 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Qub 2; Photography Club 2; Varsity Qub 3, 4; Future Nurses 3, 4, President 4; Senior Council 4; Yearbook Staff 4 Nancy Chadwick Clear Pond Road, Lakeville “Holding wonder like a cup.” Miss Susan Diane Chamberlain 19 Friend Street, Assonet “Promise is not given when the least is said.” “Sue” likes Fribbles, chocolate chip ice cream, history, English, and Stowe, Vermont. She wants to be a political advisor someday, but her most embarrassing moment was standing outside the election polls all day with some “political creeps.” Happiness is a special kind of joy and the soft, gentle music she loves to relax to. F.LE.A.S. 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, manager 1, 2; Photography Club 2; Band 3, 4; Senior Council 4; Yearbook Staff 4 Gordon Charros 150 Braley Road, East Freetown “I am content with what I have, little it be or much.” Gordon’s ambition is to become a machinist and he likes being with Debby on warm, sunny days in the springtime. He relaxes to a little bit of everything while eating American chop suey. 15 Miss Laurie L. Clark 446 Lakeside Avenue, Lakeville “When but love’s shadows are so rich in joy.” Laurie wants to major in special ed. Sire was most embarrassed when she got locked in the Biology cage. Daffodils are a favorite because they’re like sunshine, and she likes to eat chocolate cake at sunset on the island in Long Pond. Happiness is knowing who you are. Dartmouth High School: Marching and Concert Band 1, 2; Future Teachers 1, 2; Art Club 1 ; Apponequet: Band 3, 4; Softball 3; Majorette 4; Future Teachers 4 Mr. Russell F.. Clark 81 Higli Street, Assonet “. . . And the wind made for him a song.” “Rusty” wants to be a professional cook. He likes summertime, spaghetti, and Fridays. Happiness is no more gym classes and a certain girl from Westport. His “pet peeve” is a Yamaha and his best class is Electric Shop. Rusty’s most embarrassing moment was when he got thrown out of Boston Garden. Detention Club 1; F.LF].A.S. 2 Mrs. Elaine Cobb 368 Bedford Street, Lakeville “If two stand shoulder to shoulder, happy together, the gods themselves are helpless against them.” “Lainey” wants to be a good wife and mother and happiness is being alone with Brian. Her most exciting moment was May 19th at 3:00 p.m. and her favorite food is pizza. Basketball 1, 2 Ann- Louise Constantine 50 Chase Road, East Freetown “Silence is deep as eternity, speech is shallow as time.” “Ann’s” ambition is to be a legal secretary and she likes eating hot fudge sundaes on the beach. In the wintertime on a sunny day, she likes to relax to the Beach Boys. Future Teachers 1 ; F.L.E. A.S. 1, 2 16 Miss Kathleen Ann Cook 128 Main Street, Lakeville “All for love and nothing for reward.” “Kathy” wants to get married to a certain guy. Her favorites are lasagna, summer, red roses, and Nikkie’s Parra’s. Kathy dislikes rainy or snowy days while and listening to soft music. Middleboro Higli School: Freshman Choir 1 Miss Rhonda Jean Cornell Rhode Island Road, Lakeville “When the sun is set, the little stars will shine.” Rhonda likes tuna fish sandwiches at the A W in Taunton at niglit. She likes rainy days in the fall and calling Cheryl. Her favorite eyecatchers are tougli looking guys with mustaches. Joel Anthony Costa 94 Braley Road, East Freetown “Happy the man, and happy he alone who can call today his own.” “Doc’s” ambition is to play the guitar in a band while relaxing to the Maharishni Orchestra featuring John McGlauglilin. His favorite season is fall, and his favorite past time is eating milk and cookies on a foggy day. Football 1 17 Paul Couture 19 Simpson Lane, Assonet “A person would run through fire and water for such a kind heart.” Taking in the P.C. Friar games at the Civic Center rates high with “P.J.” He also likes lobster, roast beef, pizza, and warm, breezy spring days when he can study for his favorite classes - Biology II and College Grammar Review. His famous comment is “All’s well that ends well,” and his favorite flowers are daisies because they’re simple. Happiness is being an individual. Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President 3; President 4; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 4; F.L.E.A.S. 1, 2, 3, 4; President 3; Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President 3; President 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Miss Pamela J. Cox 9 County Road, East Freetown “To play great music you must keep your eyes on a distant star.” “Coxie’s” favorite place is the deserted music room. She likes munching sardines and mustard sauce on rainy, spring days. Her most embarrassing moment was when .she marched the wrong way in band. Happiness is when it’s snowing so hard outside that there’s no school. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; F.L.E.A.S. 2, 3, 4; Photography Club 2; Stage Band 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4 Cheryl Crump Leonard Street, Lakeville “Loveliness — wing for my tlight.” “Crumpie” wants to teach music but not to snobby people. Her most embarrassing moment was when her skirt fell in first grade. Maybe that’s why her advice to underclassmen is “hang in there.” Gieryl likes sunny, fall days, egg salad sandwiches and dandelions. Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Sandpipers 4; Future Teachers Club 4; S.E. District 4 Richard Cusson “Twelve years have gone through space and so have I.” 18 t I: Brian Dawson 9 Simpson Lane, Assonet “A diplomat is a person who can tell you to go to hell in such a way that you actually look forward to the trip.” Brain wants to be a teacher, probably phys-ed. He likes looking at legs, football season, and Bonnie. His favorite place is the beach and he’ll eat anything. Footb l 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri-captain 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; F.LE.A.S. 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1; Band 1; Varsity Gub 1, 2, 3, 4; Phys Ed-Major 3, 4; Traffic Squad 4 Miss Dianne DeGrazia 6 James Avenue, East Freetown “Lord! I wonder what fool it was that first invented kissing.” “Di’s” ambition is to travel and she likes spring, the Cape and Darrell. Her favorite concert is TuU and her favorite class is study. J.V. Cheeftng 1; Ski Club 1; Pep Gub 1, 2; Softball 1; Homeroom Rep. 1, 2, 3, F.LE.A.S. 1, 2; Spanish Club 2; Gioir 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4 Miss Phyllis Mary DeArruda Barstow Street, Lakeville “Wherever you look, and whatever you find, leave something behind.” Special Ed Teacher is “PhyU’s” ambition. She likes cool, breezy days with fluffy white clouds, and biology labs. “Are you serious?” French Gub 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4;F.L.E.A.S. 1, 2, 3,4; Gioir 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4 Sabatina DeFusco 2 Elm Lane, East Freetown “There is only one success - to be able to spend your life in your own way.” “Saba’s” most embarrassing moment was when she tripped in the hallway during “rush hour.” Tina Ukes hamburgers and spaghetti on warm, breezy, summer days while relaxing to NeU Young or James Taylor. You will always hear her saying “Is that right, really?” Basketball 4 19 Mark L. De Jesus 145 Main Street, Lakeville “Youth is everywhere in place.” “D.J.” likes to look at legs, and eat mangos. His childhood idol was Tarzan and his favorite place is the “camp?” Football 2; Photography Club 2; Choir 2, 3 Donald DeMoranville “Little though he was, we knew he was there.” Diane Domagala Box 84, County Road, East Freetown “The place to be happy is here. The time to be happy is now. The way to be happy is to make others happy.” Diane likes stuffed shrimp, spring mornings and keeping her childhood idol a secret. Her most embarrassing moment was getting caught chewing gum and having to stick it on her nose. When she has nothing to do, you can find her doodfing. Happiness is knowing you can make people happy. Miss Nancy Jane Doyon 30 Morton Road, East Freetown “Active, stirring, all a fure; cannot rest, will not tire.” “Nance” wants to become a professional bass clarinet player. Her favorite place is on the back of a Honda on a fall afternoon. Her most embarrassing moment was when she fell off the stage at SEMSBA. French Club 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Qioir 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 2; Basketball 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 2, 3; Girl’s Varsity Club 3, 4; Secretary 4; S.E. District 3; Leader’s Club 4; Yearbook Staff Editor 20 Joshua Duarte Pickens Street, Lakeville “I didn’t want to do it, for I knew what I should get.” “Josh” likes the idea of being stranded on a deserted island with Flipper, walking in the morning to the strains of Jethro Tull and James Taylor. Someday he’ll drive a sportscar through South America, but for now, he’ll settle for a dish of butter crunch ice cream and his Small Engine class. Miss Amanda Carole Everhart RED Number 1, Box 310, Highland Road, Lakeville “Music is a way of life, in which I would like to Uve.” “Mandy” who wants to be a music teacher, says her most embarrassing moment was when she fell through the risers at a concert. She likes strawberries, lima beans, and Music Theory. Her favorite place is in front of a piano. She often finds herself looking at Bob’s picture but never early in the morning. Library Aid 1; E.L.E.A.S. 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Euture Teachers Club 2; Yearbook Business Manager 4 Mr. Bradford A. Field 35 North Main Street, Assonet “High errected thoughts seated in the heart of courtesy.” “Brad” wants to major in meteorology and says he loves Los Angeles. His secret childhood idol was Carl Yastrzemski and his favorite class is “WUd, Wild West” with “Wild Witty Furtado” Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; F.L.E.A.S. 1, 2, 3, 4; BasketbaU 1; Baseball 1, 2, 4; Golf 3; Varsity Club 3, 4; Ice Hockey 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Council 4 Miss Dianne Louise Fernandes 6 Kenneth Street, Lakeville “One life; a little gleam of time between two eternities.” “Di’s” most exciting moment was when she skied down a slope for the first time without falling (did you teU them what happened the next time?) She likes a special little house and watching people eat ice cream cones. To her, happiness is little babies and having someone that loves you. French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3; Future Teachers 1, 3, 4; H.S. Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Honor Society 1; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Rep. 2; Yearbook Staff 4 21 Miss Geri L. Gagnon Freetown Street, Lakeville “Innocence is strong and an entire simplicity of mind most sacred in the eye of heaven.” “Jessey” wants to live to make people happy. Her favorite “eyecatcher” is to watch people and what they do. Happiness is a stuffed Panda bear, pizza, and steak someplace way up in the mountains. Her childhood idol was Zorro and her most exciting moment was the Summer of 1971. (“Oh wow!!”) “Stay cool underclassmen and don’t let it get you do vn!” Mr. David Fortin 15 Cushman Avenue, East Freetown “Nothing more useful than sUence.” “Parnelly” wants to become a famous drag racer and keep up with “Jungle Pam. ” Getting out of school early and relaxing to Grand Funk are David’s happiness. He can always be found saying “Get lost.” Miss Elizabeth Janet Fournier Freetown Street, Lakeville “One may smile and smile and be a villain.” “Liz” feels that happiness is cheerleading and she dislikes sneezing and sunburns. Her most embarrassing moment was when she walked into the Hull football team’s dressing room. (What happened, Liz?) Liz’s favorite time of year is football season. (Wonder why?) J.V. Cheerleading 1 ; Varsity Cheering 2, 3, 4, Co-captain; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3; Leaders Club 2, 3, 4; Softball 2 Sylvester Franklin 282 Bedford Street, Lakeville “As long as I live, 1 shall always be myself — and no other — just me.” “Syl” likes french fries and his favorite place is P-town. He says happiness is Debbie and he Ukes to relax to Tull. Football 2, 3, 4; Photography Club 2 22 Miss Lorraine Mary Gamache 9 Keith Avenue, Lakeville “As fresh as morning dew distilled on flowers.” “Minnie” can’t stand people who think being shoit is terrible. Her most embarrassing moment was in fifth grade when her pen leaked in her mouth and the teacher wouldn’t let her wash it out. She likes onion rings and spaghetti at Duxbury Beach and doesn’t have a favorite flower because of her hay fever. Happiness would be reaching the five-foot mark on Mrs. Thomassen’s scale. Pep Club 1, 2; Honor Society 1, 2, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 — President 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4 Miss Sandra Jean Gamache 176 Middleboro Road, East Freetown “You meet the nicest people on a Honda.” “Sandy” likes warm, rainy days at Lincoln Park. Rex Trailer was her childhood idol. When she has nothing to do, she finds herself eating, (french fries, maybe?) She likes night-time when she can hop into her mean-green “bug” and go anywhere she wants to go. Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorettes 3 Miss Hannah L. Gaudette Staples Shore, Lakeville “Action never rests.” “H.B.’s” most embarrassing moment was when Maria and she got caught in the boy’s locker room and then the football players came in. “Hannali Banana” thinks happiness is a full tank of gas. Her “pet peeve” is people who ask if something is wrong. She Ukes fresh, sunny, windy days when she can sit in the football stands and cheer A.H.S. to victory. Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President 3, 4; F.L.E.A.S. 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Traffic Squad 4 23 Dennis Paul Gauthier Rliode Island Road, Lakeville “Goodness is the only investment that never fails.” Dennis Ukes buttercups because they make people smile and he would like to live a happy Ufe. His childhood idol was Superman and he enjoys chow mein, rainy days, and being with Judy. Football 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Frank Gladu Highland Road, Lakeville “To sit alone with my conscience will be judgement enough for me.” Frank’s favorite place is P-town, especially at 1 o’clock in the morning. He likes Power Mechanics, pizza and an open highway before him. Happiness for Frank will be to graduate. Band 1, 2, 3; Football 2, 3; Choir 3, 4 Theresa Ann Gautreau 530 Braley Road, East Freetown “She is modest but not bashful, free and easy but not bold.” “Tree’s” childhood idol was Mr. Ed and her most exciting moment was when she got her braces off. She likes Led Zepplin, tacos, and Fridays. Her happiness is maintaining a constant level of awareness and thoughts of graduation. Miss Gail Girouard 8 Wordell Street, East Ereetown “I am happy, joy is my name.” Gail’s secret, childhood idol was Jeff Peny. She hkes just being places and eating anything that isn’t onions. She is often seen “duhh-ing” at her traffic squad post. Normandin Jr. High School: Honor Society 1; Apponequet: Honor Society 3,4, Secretary 4; Traffic Squad 4; Pep Club 4; Senior Council 4; Yearbook Staff 4 24 Stephen Grenier 18 Chace Road, East Freetown “Small cheer and great welcome makes a merry feast.” “Sam” Ukes to watch girls and eat pizza. His childhood idol was Roy Rogers and his fa vorite time of day is nighttime. Happiness to Sam is getting out of school. “OH BOY!” Donna L. Haley Main Street, Lakeville “Good nature wins the heart.” “Don’s” favorite eyecatcher is barracudas and she likes watching T.V. and eating when there’s nothing to do. Happiness is when “Blondie” sees Mike at 6:00 and the day we graduate. “Blondie” relaxes to soft music so she can write poetry. Future Business Club 3, 4; Secretary 4; Yearbook Staff 4 Miss Martha Ruth Gushee 282 Pierce Avenue, Lakeville “Kind words can never die.” “Skinny” wants to paint a picture of the sun and advises underclassmen “to go out of your way to help someone who needs you.” Happiness is riding a frisky horse with a neat guy behind you. Martha likes lasagna. Art II, and passion flowers. Ms. Donna Marie Gurney Lakeside Avenue, Lakeville “I would help others of fellow feeUngs.” “Girgles” is often heard saying, “Listen honey” but only in between the bites of a banana split. Listening to Chicago and smelling roses are nice especially on rainy days. Happiness for Donna is finding a mate. French Club 1 ; Photography 2, 3 25 Miss Carol Louise Hall 59 Main Street, Lakeville “A smile for every girl, two for every guy.” “Hefty” finds herself sketching when there is nothing to do or possibly eating chocolate donuts at Wendy’s. She enjoys cool, breezy fall days, especially with a certain tall guy and is often trying to convince herself that she is “alright it’s the world that’s wrong.” Pep Club 1, 2, 3; F.L.E.A.S. 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 3; f uture Teachers 3, 4; Secretary 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Track 4 Miss Wanda Beth Henricks 67 Main Street, Lakeville “The mildest manners and the gentlest heart.” “Wandy” likes Typing 11, rainy days, french fries, and Ringo Starr. Her most embarrassing moment was when she wore her shirt inside out. “Wandy’s” advice to underclassmen is “never complain that school is too long — cause it goes too fast.” She loved being in Mexico and wants to be stranded on a deserted island with John and maybe a case of onion and garlic potatoe chips. “Oh goo-ness!” Miss Gieryl Ann Hall 59 Main Street, Lakeville “Every opinion in its starting is precisely in the minority.” “Shiney” would like to advise the underclassmen to lug-a-lunch. Maybe because she doesn’t find popcorn or sweet and sour pork on the menu. Her childhood idol was Cecil the sea-serpent and her most embarrassing moment was when she pinclied Brian going up the staris. Happiness is being with friends and making good times, especially during football season. french Club 1,4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; F.L.E.A.S. 1; f uture Teachers Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4 Miss Karen Handy Leonard Street, Lakeville “Without love and laughter there is no joy amid love and laughter.” Karen’s most embarrassing moment was when she tripped over her desk in the middle of Mr. Goodfellow’s World History class. She likes baby’s breath flowers. Sociology, Shirley Temple of the “Good Ship Lollypop Age” and linguica. She relaxes to instrumental love songs. She doesn’t like cloudy, humid days and pessimists. Happiness is knowing who holds tomorrow. 26 Barbara Holmes 4 Keith Avenue, Lakeville “Do not squander time, for that is the stuff life is made of.” “Barb” wants to be a veterinarian who takes time out to look at the stars and eat chocolate pudding and pixie stix. She likes the outside, especially on a brisk fall morning as the sun is rising. Future Teachers 1; Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3,4 Lynne Horton 30 Parkhurst Drive, Lakeville “Give to the world the best you have and the best will come back to you.” Lynne’s “pet peeve” is people who don’t know what they are talking about. Her favorite place is the wharf at Oak Bluffs where she may be found eating tomatoes on a summer evening. Pollard High School: Leaders Qub 1; Field Hockey 1; Basketball 1; Apponequet: French Qub 2; Pep Qub 2; Student Council 3, 4 27 Paul Horton Lakeside Avenue, Lakeville “Life only comes around once so you have to reach for all the gusto you can.” Paul likes sunny summer days so he can “bea-bop down to the beach” to watch girls while eating Swedish meatballs and Captain Crunch. His childhood idol was Underdog and Paul thinks that the everyday Ufe of a high school student is exciting, so he reminds the underclassmen “to keep the faith,” when he leaves to be successful and rich. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3 Kenneth Jack,son 704 Central Avenue, Lakeville “Dynamite in a small package.” “Kenny’s” favorite place is anywhere but school. (Maybe that’s why he doesn’t like homework!) Wlien he has nothing to do he finds himself driving around and watching girls. “Kenny” likes to relax on warm sunny days listening to Grand Funk. Baseball 1, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Hockey 4 Mr. Michael James Kelley 40 Morton Road, East Freetown “For courage mounteth with occasion.” “Mike’s” ambition in life is to get rich and his favorite place is his Uttle house. He says his favorite saying is “you can lead a horse to water but you can’t grow moss on a rock” (Huh?) Whenever Mike has nothing to do he finds himself going for a walk or listening to Tull. Cross Country 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2 Joanne Kelley Long Point Road, Lakeville “Wliat should a girl do but have fun?” Joanne’s ambition is to travel and be a songwriter. Happiness is the first snowfall of the sea.son and her “pet peeves” are Mr. Nixon and Math tests. Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Cheerleader 1; Pep Club 1, 2; Ski Club 1, 2, 3; Track 2; Lounge Committee 2; Yearbook Staff 4 28 Miss JoAnn Kendrick Dr. Braley Road, East Freetown “Gentleness is a divine trait, nothing is so strong as gentleness and nothing so gentle as real strength.” “Sis” likes summer and ravioU especially with a certain blonde blue-eyed guy. Happiness is being alive and happy, especially in Massachusetts. Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; F.L.E.A.S. 1, 2, 3; Photography Club 2 Ms. Judith Ann Kerr 22 Flagswamp Road, East Freetown “A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver.” “Judy” likes exclaiming “Oh Peanut Butter!” and being with Dennis (any connection?) Her pet peeve is an Italian named Steve and looking towards the future is a time consumer. Judy feels that every embarrassing moment is her worst because she’s had a lot. Field Hockey 1, 2; French Club 1, 2; Candy Store Manager 1, President 2; Majorettes 2, 3, 4, Co-capt 3, Capt. 4; Band 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Orchestra 2; Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Class Play 3 Miss Sandra Lee Kinsman 12 Clear Pond Road, Lakeville “Beauty is in yourself.” “Punky’s” ambition is to be happy and be an office worker. Her favorite place is the seashore and her favorite food is seafood. Her “pet peeve” is a stuck-up person and happiness to her is sharing a successful future with the one you love. Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 1, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Photography 2 Future Business Club 3, 4, Secretary 3 Mr. Robert F. Kirschner, Jr. 53 Harcourt Avenue, LakevUle “Put not off ’tUl tomorrow for the morrow never comes to completion.” “Bob’s” secret or childhood idol was Mickey Mouse and his “pet peeve” is getting out of bed on school days. Bob’s ambition is to be a journalist or a professional pilot. Happiness is soaring through the sky in an airplane and “to develop good study habits” is his best advice to underclassmen. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Basketball 4 29 Linda Kubel Tinkham Lane, Lakeville “She’s found the wandering door in peace and easily went through.” Linda’s ambition is to travel around the country. Her favorites are grilled cheese sandwiches. West Island and fall. Happiness is being free to do whatever you want without having anyone around to tell you what you have to do. Gary D. F. Lavine 465 Lakeside Avenue, Lakeville “A man of silence, but of merit” Gary’s favorite saying is “If you want something done right, then you’ve got yo do it yourself, and if it ain’t done right, then you didn’t do it.” He likes wood shop, Maine, Italian food, and hot sunny days at 1:15 p.m. Happiness is “Sheils Sawtelle.”? Thora Lackie 2 Quanapoag Road, East Freetown “Take heed of still waters, they quickly pass away.” Thora’s ambition is to be a teacher for the handicapped. She finds herself daydreaming when there’s nothing to do. Out of doors in the autumn eating hamburgers with the works, are among her likes. Her best advice to underclassmen is “don’t get discouraged, it will be over before you know it.” Future Business Club 3, 4 Mr. John Lee Lafleur 28 Saucier Street, Acushnet “You can’t always get what you want.” “Yash’s” favorite saying is “Hey man, what’s happening?” His ambition is to become a tool and die maker and girls who are stuck-up are his pet peeve. His favorite eye catcher is girls with long hair. Traffic Squad 3, 4; Student Council 4 30 Hurry Legzdins “Don’t be afraid to stop, look, and listen.” Robert Levesque 57 Forge Road, Assonet “Do as I say, not as I do.” “Bobby” wants to go to Alaska. “Oh Well”. He dislikes football practices or any day of practice. He enjoys beaver hunting season and having pizza for lunch. Bobby can be found relaxing to his alarm clock and also in Pete Homen’s class. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Qub 2, 3, 4; Traffic Squad 4 Jimmy Legzdins 29 Cliff Drive, Assonet “He’s quiet, he’s shy, but there’s a twinkle of mischief in his eye.” Jimmy’s ambition is to get the most out of life while relaxing to Led Zepplin. “Jimmy’s” favorites are hamburgers, spring, fall, and being next to the ocean. His most exciting moment was winning the lottery. Tennis 1 Vicki LeTourneau 5 Vaughn Street, Lakeville “You get out of life what you put into it.” Vicki’s ambition is to have fun before she settles down. Her most embarrassing moment was when her earring got caught up in some carpet. She likes summer, steak, a park, 11:00 p.m., and Gordon. “WOW” “Hey underclassmen - smarten up.” D.E.C.A. 3, 4; D.E.C.A. conference 3, 4 31 John Macomber County Road, Lakeville “Never says more than necessary.” John’s ambition is to be a farmer. His best class is Woodshop and his favorites are winter and being in Maine. Happiness is having Jesus Christ as your personal saviour. Football, manager 1 Ms. Ruth A. Marshman County Street, Lakeville “Tis the heaven of flowers you see there.” Ruth wants to travel the country from concert to concert, but would hke to settle down in Colorado as an artist. Her most embarrassing moment hasn’t come yet. She likes winter, snow, grilled cheese sandwiches with Lime Rickeys, and lilacs. You always hear her saying, “Tliis is disgusting!!” Mr. Michael J. Mazetis 57 Harcourt Avenue, Lakeville “Men are most apt to believe what they least understand.” “Maz” wants to further his education and work on golf courses while taking a break once in a while for a meatball sub. Early sunrises in the summertime and “Wliite Banks” are among his favorites. Maz’s most exciting moment was winning the football championship in 1972. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1; Hockey 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Lounge Committee 3, 4; Gym Major 3, 4; Ski Club 4 Miss Sheila Ruth Mc Guire 239 Main Street, Lakeville “When life leaps in the veins is when it beats in the heart.” Sheila’s most embarrassing moment occurred in Springfield when she was locked out of her motel room, dressed like an Easter Bunny. She’s often seen munching an apple or screaming “Now you KNOW you’re not supposed to come up these stairs!!” Her “pet peeve” is her curly hair. Happiness is running as fast as you can into a cold wind. Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 1, 2, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 4, Secretary 2, Vice President 4; Marne 2; Leaders Club 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 2; Student Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; S.E. District 3; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4 J 32 Bar ry McKay “Slogans come easy.” “Shortie” likes American Chop Suey and gym class, but he doesn’t like school. He enjoys a summer night or any day-off from school. You always hear him saying, “You dummy!” Kevin Merrill 5 Hayes Street, East Freetown “Good natured is he.” “Bush” wants to be a warrant officer. He Ukes clear, breezy summer days when he can relax, listening to Led Zepplin and eating chow mein, or dreaming of his childhood idol. Evil Knievel. Kev’s most embarrassing moment was when he fell off of the stage with his broken leg. Ann Mello “Life can only be Michael McMackin 19 Resevoir Avenue, Lakeville “It’s not what you do, it’s what you get away with.” “Mak’s” ambition is to make a lot of money. He Ukes Ustening to Led Zepplin and Grand Funk while punching pork chops or pizza. His childhood idol was Popeye and happiness for Mike is having friends. understood backwards; but it must be lived forward.” 33 Diane Miller “She is the quiet kind whose nature never varies.” Diane likes french fries and nighttime. Her favorite eyecatcher is Noel. Her ambition is to be happy and her best advice to underclassmen is “Know what you want to do.” Dana Mitchell “A good natured person is never out of place.” “Mitch” wants to be a musician which might be why he relaxes to all kinds of music. Eating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches while being stranded on a desert island with Bette sounds good to him. Happiness to Mitch is himself. Band 1, 2, 3; Choir 3, 4; Pres. 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Senior Council 4; Fleas 2, 3, 4 William Bruce Moen County Street, Lakeville “It is foolish to tear one’s hair out in grief, as if the sorrow would be made less by baldness.” “Billy” likes spare ribs, lilacs, and Jethro Tull and says his ambition is to be content in life and to finally find happiness. His best class is Sensitivity. Happiness for Billy is finding love. Honor Society 1, 3, 4, President 4; Class President 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Captain 4 V ' n Miss Dawn Marie Monill Howland Road, Lakeville “It is more blessed to give than to receive.” “Toothpick” says her most exciting moment was when she was picked for part of the Queen’s Court for the prom. The evening is “Toothpick’s” favorite time of day and happiness is trying to make people happy. Steak, spaghetti, and carnations are among her favorite things. Moanalua Intermediate: Pep Club 1; Radford High School: Pep Club 2; Apponequet: Pep Club 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Future Business Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Council 4 34 d Miss Deborah Ann Ouellette 202 Middleboro Road, East Freetown “A soft voice, gentle face portray a friendly charming grace.” “Debbie” likes saUing on cold, clear sunny days but dislikes riding on “the bus”. Happiness is being with Steve. (But we know that!) Her advise to underclassmen is to “give spirit to the Lakers.” Miss Catherine J. Munroe 36 South Main Street, Assonet “An uncontrollable desire to talk.” “Cathy Jo” hkes to relax to soft, slow music with Rene. Her favorite place is Horseneck at sunset. (Which reminds us, Cathy, didn’t you say your childhood idol was Count Dracula?!) Ski Club 2; F.L.E.A.S. 2, 3, 4; Future Business Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4 Mr. Gary Stephen Munroe 7 Paul Avenue, East Freetown “You cannot create genius. All You can do is nurture it.” “Gar” would like to be on a desert island with Anita and become a miUionaire. He hkes listening to Chicago and eating Italian food. Gar’s advice to underclassmen is “Watch out for the hbrary gestapo of Moe, Larry, and Shemp.” Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; BasebaU 1, 2; Varsity Club 3, 4; Golf 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4 Pamela Ann Osborne Taunton Street, Lakeville “Let heaven’s warm sunshine in.” “Pam” hkes rainy days and morning glories. Her most exciting moment was when field hockey finailly won a game after ah those years. She hkes hstening to Dave Pomeranz’s album. Pam finds happiness in sharing a moment. Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; F.L.E.A.S. 1, 2, President 1, 2; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Sandpipers 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Leaders Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Marne 2; Varsity Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Homeroom Representative 3; Mascot 3; Yearbook Staff 4 35 Kenneth Paiva “You’re only on this earth once. You’ve got to give it all you’ve got.’’ Robert Lee Perriera Chace Road, East Freetown “1 too, when my time comes, shall do mightily.” “Moose’s” most exciting moment was when he received the Harvard award. He likes log cabins in the mountains, Mr. Taboyka’s Chemistry Class, and barbecued chicken. “There isn’t anything that’s impossible.” (Maybe that’s why when he finds he has nothing to do, he finds himself thinking of things he shouldn’t be thinking of.) Happiness is roaring down the highway on a 750 Honda. Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; F.LE.A.S. 2, 3, 4; Tribesman 3, 4; Marne 3; Tennis 4 Miss Ellen Patton Clark Road, Lakeville “A friendly heart has plenty of friends.” Mark Pawlak 48 Harcourt Avenue, Lakeville “A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men.” Mark says his most embarrassing moment was when he was sent to the principal’s office. His most exciting moment was Chem. Phys. with Mr. Mitchell. He likes Spring and History but hates English Grammar Review. Choir 1, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Honor Society 1, 2, Traffic Squad 3, 4; Senior Class Play 3; Golf 3, 4; Cross Country 4 36 Judith A. Perry “It troubled me as once 1 was, for once I was a child.” “Judi’s” ambition is to be a veterinarian. Her “pet peeve” is people who don’t open their eyes to the truth and her advise to underclassmen is to fight for what you believe in. J.V. Cheerleader 1, Capt. 1; Softball 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Varsity Club 3, 4; Leaders Club 3, 4 Mr. Wayne Pimental 13 Manchester Lane, Acushnet “No one knows what he can do until he tries.” “Gorilla,” whose ambition is to get married and become a mechanic, is often saying “Ya know what I mean.” He likes A W cheeseburgers and West Island and happiness is being with Rose on his chopper. Traffic Squad 3, 4 Mr. Michael Pittsley 93 Braley Road, East Freetown “Life is the stream 1 go a fishing in.” “Mike’s” most embarrassing moment was when he got locked in a closet. His favorite saying is “far out” and he loves potatoes and Lincoln Park. D.E.C.A. 3, 4 Miss Cheryl Ann Ploettner 4 Clear Pond Road, Lakeville “With thy wise dreams, end fables of the sky.” “Pumpkin” likes peanut butter, zuchini squash, and Mr. Sylvia’s Bookkeeping II. Happiness is a friend like Rhonda and her favorite season is spring. 37 Miss Donna Marie Rapoza 13 Assonet Boulevard, Assonet “Gentle in manner, firm in reality.” “Chunky” wants to be a teacher so that she can help others as they have helped her. Her most embarrassing moment was when one of the guys wore her mother’s lingerie and happiness to her is being with someone who wants to be with you. Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Business Club 3, 4 David W. Rebeiro 7 A ndre Avenue, East Freetown “A whole lot of mischief done up in a small package.” “Ribs” likes water skiing and ice hockey but his “pet peeve” is getting up early to go to school. Happiness is making a million dollars and watching nice looking girls in bikinis at Lake Winnepesaki. Hockey 4 David H. Reynolds 8 Quanapoge Road, East Freetown “I’m the only one of my kind.” “Ren” would like to be stranded on a deserted island with a “good looking palm tree with a lovely bunch of coconuts” and his most embarrassing moment was losing his bathing suit at Daytona Beach. Happiness is someone who thinks happiness is you. Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2 Melvin Reynolds “The man who invented work should have finished it.” 38 Steven M. Rezendes 172 Precinct Street, Lakeville “Man is made by his belief; as he believes, so is he.” “Steve’s” ambition is to enjoy life and be on a mountain with no one around. Waking up to a new day and skiing in the winter are among Steve’s favorites. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 3; Ski Club 2, 3; Vice President 2, President 3 Paul RobitaiUe 164 County Road, East Freetown “There is a time for speaking and a time for being still.” “Rep’s” childhood idol was Gerry Cheevers. It’s no wonder because his ambition is to play hockey and water ski. He likes spaghetti, winter and Mr. Homen’s history class but hates getting up early for school. Cross Country 1 ; Hockey 4 David Ripley Country Street, Lakeville “The mind is its own place.” “Rip” wants to make money and enjoy life. Happiness is having good times and doing good for someone. Dave likes steak, hot sunny days, and being with his friends. Jo Ann Louise Robert 537 Braley Road, East Freetown “To worry little, to study less, is my idea of happiness.” “Jo’s” ambition is to help handicapped children who need love. Her most embarrassing moment was when she hit a telephone pole while driving with Mr. Chace and happiness is graduation. SoftbaU 1 39 Gerald Roderick Pierce Avenue, LakevUle “Cheery, lively, full of fun. Considered a friend by everyone.” “Jerry’s” best advise to underclassmen is to “wait until you’re upperclassmen and then holler.” His childhood idol was Superman and his favorite flowers are roses because he can bring them to someone who’s special. Baseball 1; Football Manager 1, 2 Mr. Mark Alan Rodrigues 25 Slocum Street, Acushnet “My interest is in the future because I’m going to spend the rest of my life there.” “Bosco’s” ambition is to be a shop teacher and his favorite kind of day is a surfing day. Happiness is taking a long Sunday drive with his girl and he likes listening to “Hot Rocks.” Football 2; Yearbook Staff 4 John Savage Highland Road, Lakeville “Let every man be the master of his own time.” “Pumpkin’s” favorite saying is, “You’ll get over it, you’re young.” His childhood idol was Coco, his family’s pet parrot. He Ukes being alone with someone he cares for in the woods by a lake, the Allman Brother’s Band, and going out with friends at night. Happiness is talking to people and not having to get up early in the morning. Crosscountry 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2 Kenneth Rogers “Be what you are, not something else.” 40 Miss Deborah Lynn Silvia 32 Simpson Lane, Assonet “A friend is never known ‘til’ a man has need.” “Debbie” was most embarrassed when David flipped her off of her chair in Mrs. Carey’s science class. She likes her Mom’s spaghetti and you always hear her saying “You’re a ninnie!” Honor Society 1; Pep Club 1, 2; Intramural Track 1; Debate Team 1; Business Club 3, 4; Majorettes 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4 Miss Carol M. Smith 4 Slab Bridge Road, Assonet “Only those ideas which we live are of any value.” “Smiles” doesn’t appreciate people who insist she has black hair. Her childhood idol was her daddy, but happiness is Don. Her first plane ride on the way to Holland was exciting and you always hear her saying, “Don’t get shook!” ” Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 1, 2, 4; Homeroom Representative 1, 2; Debate Club 1; Honor Society 1; F.L.E.A.S. 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Photography Club 2; Vice-President 2; Marne 2; Southeast District 3, 4; Sandpipers 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4 Mr. William Simmons, Jr. 69 North Main Street, Assonet “What I want is what I never get.” “Billy” likes winter, chocolate cake, and auto shop. His favorite place is under a car working on it. (Great place for girl watching, huh Billy?) Happiness is a wrench in his hand. Richard Singleton 45 Mason Road, Freetown “Your life is only what you make it.” “Singy” wants to be a welder and listens to the radio on a desert island with nature. Happiness is when you don’t get caught doing something. (Like what for instance?!) 41 K. Jeffrey Smith Bartow Street, Lakeville “1 would give my fame for a pot of ale and safety.” “Smitty’s” ambition is to be able and his favorite place is the mountains of California. His most embarrassing moment was getting lost in the woods and his favorite season is mateing season. Happiness is understanding. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Tribesman 1, 2 Robert J. Soucy, Jr. 249 Middleboro Road, East Freetown “A school day is a bad day.” “Peanuts” hates the school lunches but likes Math, and warm, sunny days. He tikes night-time and gazing at very unusual somethings. (?) Football 1 Susan Sparkmen 12 Kenneth Street, Lakeville “Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale her infinite variety.” “Sparky’s” most embarrassing moment was falling down the stairs at church and knocking over an older women. She hates being told to hurry up and as a kid she loved Roy Rogers. Pep Club 1, 2; French Club 1, 2; Softball 1; Basketball 1, 2; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3; Future Business Club 3; Yearbook Staff 4 Kay Elizabeth Souza 23 Commbs Street, Lakeville “1 wish, 1 can, 1 will — these are the 3 triumphant notes to victory.” Kay’s ambition is to get old and fat, sit in a rocking chair and eat chocolates. Her childhood idol was her daddy. She likes poo-poo platters, the Catskill Mountains, and watching puppies in a pet shop window. Happiness is playing in a snow storm with Billy. Class Vice president 1; Class president 2, 3; Ski Qub 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-capt. 1; Future Teachers Qub 1; Student Council 2 Softball 2; Leaders Club 3, 4; Treasurer-Sec. 4; Yearbook Staff 4 42 Mr. Charles B. Sullivan, Jr. 46 High Street, Assonet “Quietness has its own charms” “Charlie’s” childhood idol was Eddie Bressweed and his favorite class is History. He’s always saying “want to hear something funny?” Happiness is being called the right man. Miss Linda Marie Sullivan Captain’s Way, Lakeville “Dropped from an angel’s wing.” “Linny” wants to be a secretary but most of all a wife and mother. She was very embarrassed when she got off the bus and fell into a mud puddle, but her most exciting moment was when her httle brother, Johnnie, was born. To her, happiness is Jeff. Beverly High School: Office Aide 1; Homeroom Sec. 1, 2; Choir 1; Pep Squad 1, 2 Apponequet: Pep Qub 4 Rene ' St. Pierre “A pessimist is one who has been intimately acquainted with an optimist.” Mr. John Michael Sullivan 46 High Street, Assonet “Be not a slave of words.” “Johnnie’s” ambition is to study Urbsmology. His most embarrassing moment was when Mr. Mitchell made him stand up and asked him about his homework in 8th grade. He hates people who ask him how to tell his brother and him apart and “which one are you?” Happiness was finishing his blurb sheet. Football Manager 1; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; F.L.E.A.S. 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4 43 Mr. Steven Cornell Sunderland Howland Road, Assonet “The significance of man is not what he attain but rather what he longs to ataain.” “Steve’s” most embarrassing moment was when he got caught charging up a capacitator in the hall, while his favorite time of day is being in a Pinto at 3; 00 a.m. Happiness is having someone to go sailing with on a hot breezy day. Band 1; F.L.E.A.S. 1, 2, 3; Photography Club 3 Miss Stephanie E. Swimm MayOower Road, Lakeville “Nothing is everlasting unless you care.” “Puggy” hates to be told to shut-up. She would like to be stranded on a deserted island with Joe and some tuna subs. Her favorite season is fall and happiness is being loved. Cheerleader 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Softball 1; Band 1, 2; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Steven Jeffry Sykes Middleboro Road, East Freetown “Content to be myself.” Steve’s favorites are pizza, sailing, Jetliro Tull, and Debbie, whom he would like to be stranded on a desert island with. (Perhaps in the summer, Steve?) Football 1; Traffic Squad 3, 4 Gordon Sylvia “Always jolly and quite carefree; life may be dull, but never is he.” 44 Barbara Jean Terry 56 Narrows Road, Assonet “Quiet but not too quiet, serious but not serious.” “Barb” wants to be a wife and mother in any place but Mass. She likes macaroni and cheese, going to hockey games and being with Mikie. Happiness is the Bruins winning the Stanley Cup. Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Future Business Club 3 Miss Cheryl Ann Thomas County Street, Lakeville “Small of stature, but not of heart.” Cheryl wants to become a good secretary. Her best class is “Steno” but she doesn’t hke being told to use her right hand when she’s left-handed. Happiness is having a good time with friends. Future Business Club 3,4; Vice-pres. 4; Yearbook Staff 4 David Thomassen 181 County Road, East Freetown “Where did you get your eyes so blue?” “Dave” Ukes pizza, snowdays, and when practice gets out. He likes to relax to the serenity of silence. He’s usually caught sleeping when he has nothing to do (Maybe that is why he hates to get up in the morning) Football 1, 2, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3; Homeroom Rep. 1, 2, 3; Varisty Club 2, 3, 4 Russell Townsend “The most dangerous sign of mischief is silence.” 45 Miss April Elizabeth Tuck 4 Narrows Road, Assonet “April, April, laugh thy foolish laughter.” “Gooch” wants to be a part-time famous actress, maybe that’s why she’d Uke to be stranded on a deserted island with a famous movie director. She’ll drive him crazy trying to explain why she Ukes Dr. Pepper and animal crackers. Happiness is learning to drive the “tuckmobile” without stalling it. Qioir 1, 2, 3, 4; F.L.E.A.S., board member 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Debate Club 1; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Future Teacher’s Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Photography Club, Treasurer 2, 3; Marne 2; Senior Class Play 3; Musical 4; Future Nurse’s Club, Vice-pres. 3; Homeroom Rep. 3; S.E.M.S.B.A. 3, 4; Traffic Squad 4; Regional Rep., Sec. 4; State Rep. 4; Yearbook, Editor 4; Student Advisory Council 4 Mark Trahan “The happy man’s without a shirt.” James Michael Vesey, Jr. 88 Main Street, Lakevelle “And fired a shot heard round the world.” “Vesey” says his most exciting momemt was when he reached five-feet tall. His childhood idol was Jack-the-Ripper(?). His favorite season is winter and he likes pizza and looking at girls. Michelle Van Cour Middleboro Road, East Freetown “You’re only on this earth once, you’ve got to give it all you’ve got.” “Goober” likes spaghetti and warm, sunny days, but dislikes people who chew gum like a cow. She would like to be stranded on a desert island with Frank. When she has nothing to do, she finds herself smoking and saying “Far out.” 46 Carolyn Louise Voss 6 Shockley Drive, Lakeville “I hope I shall have leisure to make good.” “Vossy” likes days when everything goes right, being with people who love to have fun, and peaches. Happiness to her is being with people who care, especially the one you love. She dislikes cars without heaters and people who talk about other people. (Maybe that’s why she’s always saying, “I’m impressed.”) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Photography Club 2; Secretary 2; F.L.E.A.S. 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2 Deborah Westgate 65 Rhode Island Road, Lakeville “She appears quiet, but we wonder sometimes.” “Deb” likes chow mein, Elmer’s house, and night-time after 10:00 p.m. Her “pet peeve” is being aggravated. Happiness is being with Elmer and relaxing to Deep Purple on a summers evening. D.E.C.A. 3, 4; D.E.C.A. Conference 3, 4 Randall White “A quiet person, but when I say something, it’s to the point.” Miss Nicole Yergeau 47 County Road, East Freetown “Le silence est le parti le plus sur de celui qui se defie de soi-meme.” “Nicky” likes gym class and french fries, and also likes to relax to Western music. Happiness is loving her man and her favorite place is a cozy living room with a fireplace. “Oh, well!” Basketball 1; Softball 1; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4 47 SENIOR COUNCIL 48 BEST ALL AROUND MOST MASCULINE AND EEMININE Sandy Paul MOST STUDIOUS Dawn Jeff Kathy Bob Brad Phyllis Saved from the snilly snurple chair snatcher . . .! 50 MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT MOST DRAMATIC Joel Maria “HI” MOST ARTISTIC Brian Linda Dana Carol Mark April A kiss and we’re on our way . . . MOST MUSICAL 51 HAPPIEST BEST APPETITE Joanne Steve MOST RADICAL Billy Carolyn Steve Deb 52 I J. QUIETEST MOST TALKATIVE Kathy Mark MOST ATHLETIC John Ann Nancy Brian Joel Amanda 53 CLASS FLIRT WOLF FRIENDLIEST Nancy Dana Last Tango at AHS BEST BLUSHER Steve Sandy Brad Sandy 54 BEST DRESSED CLASS COUPLE Dave Sherry Debbie Dave 55 MOST INDUSTRIOUS MOST MECHANICAL Steve Kay CLASS OPPOSITES Russell Martha Steve Lynn MOST AMBITIOUS Cheryl Bob 56 RETIRED SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Mi. George R. Austin True worth is in being, not seeming, — In doing, each day that goes by. Some little good — not in dreaming Of great things to do by and by. For whatever men say in their blindness. And spite of the fancies of youth. There’s nothing so kingly as kindness. And nothing so royal as truth. We cannot make bargains for blisses. Nor catch them like fishes in nets; And sometimes the thing our life misses Helps more than the thing wliich it gets. For good lieth not in pursuing. Nor gaining of great nor of small. But just in the doing, and doing As we would be done by, is all. 58 SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS I Dr. Frederick Sales SECRETARIES TO THE SUPERINTENDENT 59 Mr. Albert Duseault, Principal Mr. Joseph Simas Jr. Mrs. Beatrice Wilcoxen Assistant Principal 60 Mr. Antone S. Cabral, Vocational Director Mrs. Jane Wrightington Mrs. Eleanor Lyons 61 SENIOR CLASS CAR WASH Car washes nauseate me! EEE! The windows weren’t closed. I want to be a bill board when 1 grow up! If that man comes back one more time!! The wet head is dead! Toast to the Class of 74! 62 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Mr. Frank Rose Department Head “ACHTUNG!” Ms. Barbara Rose Is that another wordy dird 1 just heard? Ms. Amber Lunquist I think, therefore I Am-ber. Mr. Richard Tripp Cracking nuckles means “I love you” in Zuni. Mr. Bruce Stark Friends, Romans, Countrymen; lend me your ear??! 0 64 Mrs. Conctance Barth H DEPARTMENT Miss Rena Ferreira Your not gonna believe this . . . Ms. Anna Crampton Mrs. Louise Hackett Department Head 65 Mrs. Qaudia Soares Mother never told me about Ultra Bright!! Mr. Henry Laferriere Mr. Ronald Coite Mr. Thomas Boyd WOW, there goes a good heavenly body! u Mrs. Winona Leonard Mr. Ed Mitchell Dept. Head Would you buy a used car from this man?? SCIENCE 66 I Mr. Dave Piasecki That has got to be the cutest frog I’ve ever seen . . . Mr. Robert Robidoux You Rang???? Mrs. Claire Ward SOCIAL STUDIES Mr. Gordan Goodfellow Dept. Head 67 Mr. Robert Greeson It’s stuck up there!! Mr. Peter J. Homen This will get it down. Mr. Eric Jorgensen You guys got the wrong idea. FOREIGN LANGUAGE Mr. Dean Powers Mrs. Shoshannah Garshick Dept. Head Mjs. Mary Ann Ozug Men are such fools! 68 INDUSTRIAL ARTS Mr. David Peterson Dept. Head BUSINESS Mrs. Evelyn Staples Dept. Head 69 Ms. Elizabeth Fetla Mr. Robert Sylvia “The object of the game is to put the ball in the basket!” Mrs. Cecil West “TIME” ATHLETICS Mr. Joseph Kobak Dept. Head 70 HOME ECONOMICS Mrs. Patricia Engel Mrs. Polly Eldridge (missing) Mrs. Balbina Leonard SPECIAL ED. MUSIC Mrs. Mary White Ms. Penny Dalenta Mr. Richard Noll “Take it from the edge.” 71 ART Mr. Dennis Andrade Mr. Frank Warrington 72 GUIDANCE Mr. Peter Abraham Ms. Dale Fishman Mr. Edward Christopher LIBRARY Mrs. Patricia Thorley Mrs. Harriet Parker Mrs. Lillian BruUote 73 IN MEMORIAM Mr. Albert Genovese There is a mystery too deep for words; The silence of the dead comes nearer to it. Being wisest in the end. What word shall hold The sorrow sitting at the heart of things, The majesty and patience of truth! Silence will serve; it is an older tongue: The empty room. The moonlight on the wall. Speak of the unreturning traveler. 74 75 CAFETERIA STAFF Lilian Poirier, Eleanor Staples, Majorie Soule, Maria Economos, Jean Ashley, Dora Veary, Dorothy Pilling, Arietta Clark, Barbara Joussaume. JANITORIAL STAFF 1 f s. I i aS 1 Mr. Linton, William Mann, missing Mr. Wilcoxen, Mr. Fisher. 76 Mr. Joe Kobak Coach Tinsley Coach Piasecki Coach Looney Coach Warrington Coach Greeson Coach Homen Coach Sylvia Coach Robidoux 78 Patty cake, patty cake Paleface Sadface?? A catipillar???? We don’t horse around ! ! ! 79 Alias Jones is at it again. MIGHTY SENIORS We’re the cheerleaders . . . Another Westie bites the dust . . . Pam Kelsey - “73” Football Queen “73” MAYFLOWER LEAGUE CHAMPIONS TOP Tr; Pete Galitis, Chuck Hall, Vernon Gauthier, Steve Hagar, Jake Doherty, WaUy Crosby, Stew Place, Jeff Allerdt, Daryl Crossley, David Kosboski, SECOND ROW, Cris Bosse, Howie Dawson, Dave DeGrazia, George Crevario, Brian Costa, Dana Beaulieau, Mike Sullivan, Don Rosen, Alan Kirschner, Fudge, Lee Nanfelt, THIRD ROW, Tim Garafolo, Jerry Velozo, Bill Lemos, Tom d’Agostino, Rick Levesque, Kev Bresnahan, Ken Costa, Jay Jason, Bob Mann, Jimmy Rezendes, Tom Angeley, Jim Boyer, FOURTH ROW, Coach Piasocki, Bryan Andrade, Dave Tomassen, Steve Cabucio, Brian Dawson, Jeff Smith, Bob Levesque, Mike Mazetis, Paul Horton, Rene St. Pierre, Coach Greeson. 80 8i 1973 MAYFLOWER LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Sept. 22 Sat. Norwell Away Sept. 29 Sat. N. B. Yoke Away Oct. 6 Sat. Blue Hills Away Oct. 13 Sat. Manchester Home Oct. 20 Sat. Southeastern Home Oct. 27 Sat. Provincetown Away Nov. 3 Sat. Nantucket Home Nov. 10 Sat. Martha’s Vineyard Away Nov. 22 Thurs. West Bridgewater Home 82 Bob Lavesque Mayflower League All Star Team Bob Mann Mayflower League All Star Team Bill Lemos Mayflower League All Star Team Most Valuable Back Bryan Andrade Most Improved Player It’s gonna explode ! ! ! ! ! Wanna play leap frog??? Steve Cabucio Mayflower League All Star Team Most Valuable Line SMACK!!!!! i 83 Hey you guys, that’s pretty good!! 84 I don’t believe it . . . A cheerleader is innocent . . . Spotlight on talent 85 FIELD HOCKEY 73 Man-u-re!!! I can’t believe they found one! Mannie. Co-Capt. Co-Capt. FIRST ROW — Lynn Gumey, Pam Osborne, Minnie Gamache, Brenda Soule, Dawn Motta. SECOND ROW — Lucille Constantine, Maggie Andrews, Sue Macomber, Gina Gaudette, Judy Poole, Nancy Doyon, Marcey Smith. Apponequet West Bridgewater W L T 0 0 1 0 2 1 4 4 1 Apponequet Sacred Heart 1 3 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 Apponequet Avon 1 8 0 5 0 1 8 0 1 Total 5 1 3 86 87 “73” CROSS COUNTRY TRACK TOP I — r; Bob Brady, Paul Couture, Mark Pawlak, Mark Bosse SECOND ROW; Jim Kelly, Bob Warburton, Tom Terra, Jimmy O’shea, Roni Burgess THIRD ROW; Bob Herman, Joe Rezendes, Paul Magnuson, Rene Duset, George Wilkinson FRONT, Carlene Brady, Dwayne Almeida, Paul Meleti, David Rousseau, Bill Moen, Bill Arruda, Coach Looney. Coach Looney 88 r I just squashed an ant!!! (OSIA K. SMI I II .1. pis( . §(;()()i)Y i SMI I ' ll .1 un in 71 iiJ. MJtooni,!. noorii ir Heave-Ho!!! ICE HOCKEY “74” Ken Paiva, Rocky Hughes, Fred Sparkman, Steven Shepley, Bob Berabie, Craig Boyd, Dave Reberio, Jim Kelly, Brad Field, Ken Desrosley, Jeff Harrison, Mr. Samir, Mr. Taylor, Wayne Trahan, Richard Butler, Paul Robatille, Mark Trahan, Kenny Jackson, Dave Brown, Roni Rousseau. 90 91 BASKETBALL Coach Warrington, Lonnie Gomes, Brad Gabel, Mike Costa, Paul Couture, Kenny Costa, Bill Baker, Tim Garofolo, Bill Lemos, Jim Rezendes, Dave Reynolds, Jeff Allerdt, Mark Pawlak, missing - Mark Bosse. Coach Warrington B. B. Superstar Captain Paul Couture Menesa Mauler The Mummy 92 sport? 93 Keep on Truckin J.V. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL BACK ROW F.ric Dawson, Steve Silva, John Rumbut, John Crump, Bob Bissonette, Jeff Bernier, Frank DcMello, Barry Reynolds, Bob Corry, CAPTAINS — Paul Bourgeois, Craig Crossely, — Jim Cabucio, Wally Cabucio, Glen Greenwalt. 94 GOLF “73” Mr. Homen, Niki Qoaker, Steve McManus, Brad Gabel, Gary Munroe, Brad Field, Bob Waburten, Dan Desjardins, Mark Pawlak. P. J. “74” GIRLS BASKETBALL STANDING Sharon Rodiques, Dawn Morill, Gina Gaudette, Jan Hagar, Lynn Gurney, Margie Haskins, Brenda Soule, Linda Gallant, Lorie Allerdt, Cindy Chamberlin, Sue Macomber. 96 J.V ( i i f I STANDING Ann Pacheco, Mary Blais, Lucille Constantine, Marcy Smith, Debbie Clark, Judy Fernandes, Lily Galitis, Wendy Winslow, Chris Cristofferson, DoUy Fiano, Holly Booth, Linda Morill. BASEBALL “73” STANDING — Coach Piasecki, Rick Levesque, Mike Mazetis, Rod Rezendes, Jim Valoso, Paul Couture, Brian Dawson, Paul Rousseau, Mark Trahan, Tim Garafalo. SITTING — Jay Jason, Bob Thomas, Dave Dias, Dwight Landers, Bill Couet, Tom Robinson, Don Levesque, Dave Mailot, Jim Bowles, Doug Berry. M.I.P. Paul Couture South-Shore Yoke Southeastern West Bridgewater Blue Hills Avon Sacred Heart South Shore Southeastern West Bridgewater Blue Hills Avon Sacred Heart Won Won Won Won Won Lost Won Won Won Won Won Won M.V.P. Doug Berry t=- Coach Piasecki Another hit???! He connects with the ball II Now he’s got to get to second. He’s heading for first! He’s a little slow. Chalk up another win for the Lakers!!! Who’s playing what??? 98 SOFTBALL “73” F ' lRST ROW - Deb Beech, Pat Cliase, Donna Macomber, Barbara Doyon, Barbara Sullivan, Minnie Gamache. SECOND ROW - Coach Tinsley, Brenda Soule, Nancy Hughes, Sue Macomber, Nancy Doyon, Pam Osborne. Schedule Avon Won Sacred Heart Won Blue Hills Won Southeastern Won West Bridgewater Lx)st Avon Won Sacred Heart Won Blue Hills Won Southeastern Won West Bridgewater Lost M.V.P. Class of ‘73’. Mighty Macca. 100 Grit your teeth?? Minnie, Minnie, Minnie, Raviolo. oli, oli, oli . . . Safe!!??? Do I have to bat next? I could do it in my sleep. They scored again. It’s a high fly ball! Am 1 getting a tan? Super-Sonic Soule. 101 J.V. SOFTBALL FIRST ROW — Coach Chic, Maggie Andrews, Robin Bartlette, Jan Hagar, Gina Gaudette, Sam Doyon. SECOND ROW — Laurie AUerdt, Kim Rousell, Margie Haskins, Linda Gallant, Judy Poole, Sue Field. Stealing second. Where’s the Ball?? The Pitch Got it!! A little snooze . . . Goodie Goodie Gumdrops!!! It’s what’s up front that counts. 102 1974 YEARBOOK STAFF 104 105 STUDENT COUNCIL 106 HONOR SOCIETY 107 TRAFFIC SQUAD 108 PEP CLUB oHEOuer .akeRS_ •p club i 1 A 9 ' -r f t M 4 , a A •a m «A r ?. if • ... •w tf 5 . .v r C 4 f . . 109 GIRLS VARSITY CLUB President: Minnie Gamache Secretary: Nancy Doyon Treasurer: Pam Osborne Vice-Pres.: Brenda Soule no BOYS VARSITY CLUB PHYS. ED. MAJOR 111 FUTURE TEACHERS Treasurer Cindy Caldwell President April Tuck Vice-President Deb Hebert 112 F.L.E.A.S. 113 FUTURE NURSES Secretary-Treasurer Cindy Turner President Cindy Chamberlin Vice-President Nancy Dias THE THING Dr. Frankinstien 114 I FUTURE BUSINESS I I President Lynn Andrade Vice-President Cheryl Thomas Secretary Cheryl Ploetener 115 FRENCH CLUB President Diane Gorcyzca Seaetary Ricky Buttermore Vice-President Sheila McGuire Treasurer Lily Galitis 116 President Steve Kirker SPANISH CLUB Secretary Debbie Clark Vice-President Kathy Kawolczick Treasurer Jacki Witcos ..(T ' 0 r 117 LEADERS CLUB Vice-President Dawn Motta Sec-Tres. Kay Souza President Pam Osborne 118 119 120 I’ve heard about those Frenchmen! What’s that about Frenchman? If that .teacher would call on me, I could tell him ALL about Frenchmen!! Why’s everyone talking about Frenchmen? I think it’s very chic . . . Latest Paris styles And you sir, what do you think? 121 122 123 124 BAND Business Director Rick Tavares Librarian Gina Gaudette Treasurer Cindy Chamberlain Secretary Mona Couet 126 I: MAJORETTES 127 DANCE BAND The closer I get, the better she looks! 128 CHOIR President Dana Mitchell Treasurer Linda Johnston Choir Director Miss Penny Dalenta Secretary Janet Bauer Librarian Lynn Vigers Librarian Sandra Lopes 129 SANDPIPERS AND TRIBESMEN .4T - (L - R) Dana Ikaulieu, Mark Bosse, (ilenn Costa, Bob Mann, Brian Costa, Tom Roussel, Jeff Allerdt, missing. Bob Ferreira. (1 - R) Pam Osborne, Carol Smith, Lynn Vigers, Denise Wright, Lisa Herman, missing, Cheryl Crump, Cheryl Gross, Debbie Hebert. 130 CHRISTMAS CONCERT “73” A moment of preparation. POPS CONCERT “73” 132 A solemn moment Tile merry clarinets k 133 Saints for a day Don’t look now. I think our picture’s being taken. Mixed emotions about the Prom. Lovely maidens fair of face . . . 136 Qiaperones get to me. When do WE get to eat? “A kiss in the mist” 137 I REMEMBER . . . Getting lost on the nature trail Mike got cauglit skipping school with Tom Choir went to Weatherstield and they came here Ski Club trips School was fun Mr. Boyd’s heavenly bodies We nick-named Mr. Tobojka K. T. Mr. Boyd told us about cuties and queers Mr. Boyd said “1 think I’ll fudge it” Uncle Bob told us about his home away from home Gabe told off P. J. P. J. and Brad put pennies down Johnnie’s back Mandy was forced to be the first one off the bus in Maryland Nancy fell off the stage at S.E.M.S.B.A. Sheila was the Pep Club mascot Cheryl’s pool party F.L.E.A.S. planted trees Mrs. Babbitt had a fish in her pocketbook Miss Lundell’s squeaky shoes Mrs. Robert’s birthday spankings Minnie was taller than Debbie Beech Softball treats were peanut butter and jelly sandwiches Paul’s hair before he got an afro Phyllispozito Smiley Truran “Maine” Nestles Quick parties at third lunch Tlie Tuckmobile Elementary school graduation Amanda was the secret slave Mr. Rose’s college vocabulary class Carol and the police car Kootie shots Chinese hopscotch Wliite socks How big Apponequet once looked (first day) Mr. Franco (Franco American) Saggy one-piece gym suits Wlien dances only cost 50 cents Janice Anderson jumped off the swing in 2nd grade and broke her wrist Mr. Rose called Karen a “blundering bundle of brainless flesh” Mike Mazetis dove into a cheerleader Having to put gum on your nose in Mr. Piasecki’s class John was called Pumpkin Liz walked off the bus with her dress on backwards We were afraid of seniors Mike tipped his desk and fell on his face We dressed up for junior high dances Billy swallowed a safety pin Squareball Kay was a funny new girl H.M.S. Pinafore Having to copy out of the dictionary 138 Miss Lundell said she was going to be on T.V. Di spilled a beaker of water all over Mick Mr. Crook had a crew cut We didn’t have any homework Goobers Mr. Coite’s General Chem. Phys. Class filled with brainy chemists Powder fights in the girls gym Bob Levsque had a crew cut Flooding the girls room Setting fire to the girl’s room basket Linda got sold as a slave for $8.75 Demonstration for smoking lounge Mrs. Parker was always in the girl’s room Miss Lundell’s chicken fat Kay liked Mr. Piasecke’s hairy arms and Linda liked liis legs Linda got caught in the girl’s room Gails pool parties . . . We couldn’t wear jeans to school “Leaves of Spring” No one ever had the “Munchies” Mr. Sylvia didn’t have a mustache Mrs. O’Brien would stare at you We won the Nantucket football game Kay thought Barbie was a hippie Crud day Debbie Dias wanted to be called go-go Sheila broke her nose Jeff cried because Roxanne M. was moving Sherry lost her sneaker while doing a cheer Kay and Barbie dressed alike Liz gave Kay a black eye Liz fell down while running out for a cheer 5; 30 detentions Parties in John’s shed all summer were swinging Kay’s Christmas CaroHng Party 25 cents to wear jeans Short hair cuts on guys April and Paul took turns breaking things in Chems. Phys. “Rocky” Stonehouse taught at A.H.S. There was no “Boys’ Room Gang” Mrs. Quelle “shocked the Hell” out of a Une of kids with her atom crusher Bosse ' was fat ! “Smitty” was “puny!!” Gary Levine walked into the wall Structured study halls were quiet Sheila and Billy in 6th grade? Hoods vs. sportsboys P.J. blew up the lab Mike Brienzo played hide and seek Nancy put the wax Ups on Supersonics won the championship The boys shot beaver on the sports bus Barbie and Kevin Ripley were class couple Mr. Stark’s bubble gum contest Deb Ouellette lost her bra and never found it 139 Liz threw Kay’s socks in the toilet Drivers ed. with Mr. Chase and Mr. Boyd “Sugar” met “Sweetheart” Bermuda day Ma Bruffie Miss Dumont’s going away party Arthur Spamoni Shirley purple Sherry Oxenrider and her turtle Gerome Mrs. Geisler’s false teeth fell out in Spanish I We started our book of “greasy” jokes Minnie played tennis with her sneaker Karen tipped over in Mr. Goodfellow’s American Government class Mrs. Rose called Karen a “tard” Brian Dawson was Rink-tum-diddle-dee Carol Smith was Little-bo-Peep and Brian Dawson was Tom Square dancing during gym classes Being put in the comer for talking in study hall Mike being 3 cents Bomb scares Bobby socks and saddle shoes Talking througli the girls room vent to the boys room Gerry played Santa Claus in 4th grade Gymnastics show Playing fluto phones The “monkey’s thumb” on the ski trip to “tip-a-canoe” Debbie and Minnie were quiet We had school on Saturday Needing a pass to go to the girls’ and boys’ rooms Richard Singleton got hit with pudding Mr. Jorgensen’s “Shadow” laugli Mr. Sylvia fell off liis donkey “Minnie-Minnie-Minnie-Ravioli-oli-oli” P. J.’s imitation of Mr. Noll Dave Reynolds leading the band at Boston Garden Cross Country sandwiches No girls in Wood shop Having the same teacher aU day Sheila’s one eared sheep Ramona Rasberry We used to pretend we were the cast from “Bewitched” in Mrs. Wilkie’s seventh grade English class Debbie O. beat up David McManus Brian A., Steve C., and P. J. were the “Three Stooges.” We sang “Mickey Mouse” for Mrs. Levine in College Grammar Review Dana M. gave all the girls in the back in the 8th grade French class a lock of his hair Sheila walked home from a football game and talked to the naughty cows The class of “74” 140 Danny Deqardins, Ricky Carroll, Bruce Gurney, Sherman Everhart, Tony Piano, Lee Carling, Gary Caldwell, Tom D’Agostino, Tim Garafalo, Kevin Bresnahan, Mona Couette, Nancy Dias, Debbie Egger, Shirley D’Agostino, Carol Grenier, Geri Crosby, Michelle Constantine, Doreen Eulginiti, Donna Entwistle. Missing: Jane Foster, Brad Gable, Lonnie Gomes, Mark Dougherty, Ken DesRosiers, Laurie Crump, Mike Costa, Kenny Costa, Rosemary Correia, Charles Chase, Ray Chase, Janet Cambra. President Janet Bauer Fred Roscow, Peter O’Brien, Tom Roussell, David Place, Bob Mann, Jerry Shing, Linda Linton, Jackie Witkos, Cindy Pittsley, Judy Poole, Karen Singleton, Debbie Sampson, Janet Peck, Sliaron Rodrigues, Jane Osborne, Nancy Dias, Sheryle Silvia, Leslie Patasini, Sarah Horton, Nancy Medeiros, Janet Bauer, Dawn Motta. Missing: Denise LeComte, Steve Slamen, Brian Parmenter, Monica Peres, Jeff Perry, Chucky Pilotte, Jimmy Rezendes, Ann Marie Reznekirvitz, Russell Southworth. Secretary Margie Haskins 142 Linda Morrill, Karl Neilson, Rhonda Gurney, Jan Nepini, Debbie McCassey, Paul Meleedy, Linda Johnston, Valerie Mattos. Missing: Tim Lyons, Sherri MacNeil, Susan Macomber, Theresa Maltais, Mary Ann Mansfield, Stephen Maynard, Steven McManus, Tim Mello, Mary Moquin, Robert Morse, Marie Muir, Judith Nichols, Michael Nicolan, James O’Shea. Steve Aitken, Steve Britt, Tyne Barber, Greg Boyd, Billy Arruda, Tom Angeley, Richard Angus, Dave Brown, Ixruise Lawrence, Cindy Bottomley, Debbie Bigelow, Wendy Brown, Joyce Allison, Linda Anthony, Sue Boehler, Cathy Allard, Carol Bryson, Betty Jo Benson, Robin Bartlett, Robin Andrews, Margaret Andrews, Paula Burnham, Sue Torren. Missing: Julie Albaum, Dwayne Almeida, Marlene Beaumont, Danny Bissonnette, Celeste Bosse, Karleen Brady, Karen Broadbent, Mary Brulotte. 143 A I Steve Kirker, Jeff Harrison, Peter O’Brien, Bob Hinkley, Jimmy Kelley, Ricky Levesque, Robert Lucas, BiU Lemos, Jay Jason, Robin Hagar, Andrea Heath, Jane Foster, Louise Lawrence, Jann Hagar, Donna Lecuyer, Marjorie Haskins, Nancy Hughes, Lynn Gurney, Linda Linton, Sarah Horton, Kathy Kowalczyk, Tara Healey, Jackie Witkos. Missing: Lisa Herman, Roger Hermaim, Linda Johnston. What’ ya reading Rick Tliief The food looks better over there 1 feel nutty as a fruitcake 1 didn’t use my scope this morning 144 Hey Kev — you didn’t comb your hair this morning Did you hear what Kev did today You’re kidding 0 !!! George Wilkinson, Michael Vickery, Barry Tinkham, Tom Terra, Ricky Tavares, Joyce Thorell, Cindy Turner, Janet Webb, Deanna Wilbur, Denise Wright, Marie Therrien, Lynn Vigers, Jackie Witkos, Kathy Kowasczyk, Sue Torren, Patty Zuber, Pat Thorley, Sharon Souza, Debbie Zion, Mary Sutherland, Pat Wood. Missing: Lindy Swimm, Geoge Tassara, Francis Tees, Dorma Worster, Bob Wyman. 145 AUDIO VISUAL AIDS SPECIAL EDUCATION 146 147 SOPHOMORE CLASS 1st ROW 1 - r Kathy Belken, Nancy Boch, Patty Burgess, Patty Arruda, Laurie Allerdt, Kathy Angeley, Bonnie Bartlett. STANDING - Jimmy Beard, Mike Ashton, Fred Alty, Brian Barboza, Monroe Bethea, Bob Berube, Jeff Bouchard, Jeff Allerdt, Dana Beaulieu, Chris Bosse, Bob Brady. Missing - Kevin Alves, Sue Andrade, Joey Andrews, Lynnette Araujo, Joel Ashley, Dave Atwood, Phyllis Biasucci, Doug Boyd, Jimmy Boyer, Paul Brackett. Secretary Donna Miller President John Delairocco 1st ROW 1 — r Wally Crosby, Howie Dawson, Glenn Costa, Dave DeGrazia, Andy Copeland, Paul Caliri, Richard Buttermore, George Crevaro. STANDING - Debbie Clark, Shelly Costa, Kathy Cambra, Betsy Clarke, Sue Correira, Rebecca Chase, Pat Carroll, Debbie Carrier, Ellen Chase, Cheryl Courtamache, Jill D’Agostion, Mary Byrnes. Missing — Lee Carr, Beth Cayton, Brian Costa, Beth Cox, Daryl Crossley, Jane Cullen. 1st ROW 1 — r Brian French, Dave Dias, Dave French, Dave Dufour, John DeUarocco STANDING Sharon Duarte, Diane Gamache, Diane Egger, Sue Field, Sandy Doyon, Pete GaUtis, Rene Doucet, Vernon Gauthier, Debbie Foskey, Angela Domagala, Dolly Fiano, Judy Fernandes, Sue Antwistle MISSING Jake Doherty, Bill Donaghy, Philip Fortin, Eric Frazier, Billy Gallagher, Linda Gallant, Cindy Gallot, Gina Gaudette. Treasurer Diane Egger 1st ROW 1 — r Steve Hagar, Alan Kirschner, Mark Kaminski, Don Hotte STANDING Janice Kubel, Sheryl Gross, Suzanne Jesus, Lorrie Kingston, Shirley Landers, Lauren Gurney, Daniel Gross, Charles Hall, Rocky Hughes, Diane Gorczyca, Denise Hendricks, Debbie Hebert, Jackie Giguere, Robin Jenkins, Chris Kowalczyk. Missing John Giberti, Bill Griswold, Sue Haley, Deanna Harrison, Lynn Hoar, Ann Horgan, Mike Kerr, Dave Kosboski, Steve Koczera, Nick Kroker, Alan Lawerence. 149 1st ROW 1 — r Pete LeTourneau, Paul Magnuson, Joe Luiz, Lenny Nadeau, Lee Nanfelt, John Mello, Eddie Lowe STANDING John McGinn, Carol Manyon, Karen Martin, Glinda Macomber, Cathy Mazetis, Sharon Morais, Donna Miller, Karen Morrill, Vee Mahoney, Lisa Mederios Missing Cheryl Langlois, Nellie Leroy, Jim Lucas, Brian Mattos, Denese Mattos, Jane MeUo, Richard Montplaisir, Dana Motta, Jimmy Nunes, Peter O’Brien, Rodney 0‘Niel. 1st ROW 1 — r Judy Letendre, Terry Westgate, Brenda Soule, Robin Wilkinson, Carolyn Zuber, Sue St. Piere, Helene LaFountain STANDING Lorrie Thomas, Betty Bismore, Cheryl Langolis, Dawn Taylor, Beth Troy, Tina MinoU, Doris Sutherland, Mary Jean Wylie, Elaine Tavares, Donna Tassara, Debbie Winters, Faith Tuck, Joseph Strickland, Steve Westgate, Mike SuUivan, Fred Sparkman, George Torngren Missing Marcella Smith, Don Souza, Ronnie Sylvia, Ann Taylor, Bob Warburton, Eric Wood. Look at that girl over there!!! 1st ROW 1 — r Leonne Paquette, Kim RouseU, Debbie Roza, Janice Santos, Sandy Raposa STANDING, Donna Place, Joey Rezendea, Howard Plant, Judson Slack, Donny Rosen, Jimmy Rezendes, Stewart Place, Mark Pdotte, Ed Smith, Rhonda Reynolds Missing Steven Parziale, Scot Person, Denise Pilotte, Dennis Pilotte, Laurel Plottner, Louise Robbins, Michelle Roberge, Patti Roscow, Bob Rosseau, Karen Saunders, Walter Scholz, Brian Schultz, William Silva. Girls playing Hockey???????? Looks good to me!! Cut it out you guys . . . I wanna play. Quasi says . . . FRESHMAN STANDING I - r Ronny Douzanis, Emil Gerrior, Cailos Ferreira, Danny DeGrazia, Grant Everhart, Sue Dion, Anita Hines, Elaine Gross, Lily Gailitis, Wendy Dudra, Pam Hinckley, Marjie Foskey, Debbie Gonsalves, Bobby Herman, Dave DeMoranville, Mike Fournier KNEELING I - r Mark Bartlett, Mark Greene, Peter Defusco, Mike Frates, Glen Greenwalt, Bob Dubois - Missing, Frank DeMello, Duane DeMoura, Danny Dougherty, Karen FulginitL Debbie Gabel, Cheryl Henn. President Lily Gailitis STANDING 1 — r Bob Bissonette, Jeff Bernier, Bob Beech, Paul Bourgeouis, Mark Bartlett, Roddy Benevides, Mary Andrews, Linda Brouillard, Holly Booth, Kathy BoUeson, Martha Boehler, Ann Archambault, Candy Betts, Mary Bosse, Cheryl Brown, Mary Blais, Alan Angus, Michael Blanchette KNEELING 1 - r Bren Barber, Carlton Abbott, Peter Bevilacqua, Doug Brown, Joel Britt, Ricky Brown, Steve Bariteau, Sharon Arguin MISSING Mary Arnold, Jeannine Brady, Cindy Broadbent. ' Jo k i ci c V -J. c L«b MOO i ■ ' jOO I V 152 v€. a CyJr 1 cx o Vice-President Janine Brady Treasurer Cindy Broadbent Secretary Jim Cabucio I — r Gregg Hunt, Jeff Johnston, Cindy Jason, Ann Jackson, Rhonds Mello, Cathy Kristofferson, Sadie Jones, Wendy Lackie, Karen Kinsley, Mary Madonna, Lee Ireland, Peter Jeffers, Dave Marshman, Missing, Mike Hogan, Rick Jacobson, Dave Johnson, Dave Kaminski, Mike Lealiy, Fred Lincoln, Norman Mackie, Laurie MacNiel, Nick Maitais, Martin Manely, Tina ManoU, Matt Mastara, Kevin Maxim, Phyllis McManus, Debbie Mello. 1 - r Joe Brulotte, Roy Costa, Bob Qiamberlin, Craig Crossley, David Chase, Bob Corey, Itch Dawson, Barbara Butler, Judy Chase, Ellen Buttermore, Lisa Cabral, Roseanna Caledonia, Janet Costa, Lucy Constantine, Kathy Cobb, Karen Carling, KNEELING — 1 — r, Jimmy Cabucio, Roni Butler, John Crump, Ronnie Burgess, Mike Cayton, Wally Cabucio, Joe Craverio, Pete DeArruda, Missing — Alan Chase, Marylin Clark, Sandy Clark, Steve Corria, Danny Cusson, Jarod DeLuz, Bob Davis. 153 Ajd Qju cov r - Aj- STANDING 1 - r Vanessa Plant, Cathy Sexton, Kathy Murray, Anita Paquin, Debbie Munroe, Kathy Reynolds, Hilary Reznekervitz, Dave Rezendes, Artuhur Poirier, Lorrie Shaw, Charles Piechman, Linda Rienhagen, Jimmy Santos, Russell Pittsley, Norman Roberge, Robin Ploettner KNEELING 1 — r Louis Pittsley, John Rumbut, Kenny O’Shea, Jeff Rmental, Eric Schellenberger, Rob Osborne, Ann Pacheco Missing Lenny Merrill, Dave Muir, Vickie Perry, Gerry Raymond, Barry Reynolds, Kevin Robbins, Betsy Rousell, Jeanne Sampson. r J ' Uii jffii ' r ■ 154 1 — r Rick Smith, Dennis Turner, Rick Shea, Eric Sylvia, Wayne Trahan, Debbie Smith, Janine St. Onge, Kim Terry, Kathy Vigers, Brenda Sylvia, Debbie White, Wendy Winslow, Brian Simmons, Jon Weldon, Steve Silva, Todd Whiteley Missing Mark Sorel, Sue Sutherland, Laurie Sylvia, Steve Vayo, Jack Ward, Marie Whitney, Paula Wilkinson. 155 VOCATIONAL 157 I 158 BACK ROW 1 — r Joe Bessette, A1 Guilette, Steve Duckworth, Danny Lacky, Wally Soares, Wayne Perry, Danny Ducharme, Butch Harrison, Bob Hemmann, Gary Monast, Tommy Gonville, Frank Dean, Bob Hillman, Paul Hebert FRONT ROW 1 — r — Jeff Haslam, Russell McKay, Steve Kuslock, Paul Savaria, Missing — A1 Hebert. “MECA” Having been started four years ago, the MECA program is at an end. Many people didn’t believe that the program would last. We have had many problems but have surmounted them. The nineteen of us graduating would like to thank Mr. Oliveira and Mr. Souza, our teachers, and all the others for not giving up hope in us ' . We also want to thank the two schools involved with us on this program for their cooperation in helping us acquire a high school diploma. We hope that our program shows that students, teachers, and the schools can cooperate and achieve great things together. Our thanks to all! from The MECA Class of 1974 159 B Poor Penny !!! POOF!! You’re a frog. YEARBOOK STAFF Ma!!! Could you please tell me where the nearest phone booth is???? 160 161 I i Mr. Souza Mr. Tavares Mr. Oliveira Duck’s teaching . . . Mr. Andrade 162 •30f ‘Xuua ‘ndsjs ‘ipiQ ‘3uui;of ‘Xpucs ‘ipiQ ‘‘S ‘‘O qsQ ‘siHO-iV ‘’9 Aouejsi ‘iXj31{3 ‘IOJE3 ‘-f -j ‘p ig ‘XpuQ ‘‘S joic ‘ludy ‘Apires ‘ip3uuT H ‘“x 3aeq ‘umeq ‘ ' y 3A3JS i - I 163 PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andrade Mrs,. Archambault Lilian BrulotteiMT- ' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gamache Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Garshick Mr. and Mrs. George P. Gaudette Grenier Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Goodfellow Mr. and Mrs. George H. Hall Mrs. Marion Handy Mr. and Mrs. John Hendricks, Jr. Peter J. Homen Mr. and Mrs. Eric Jorgensen Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelsey Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kandrick Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Kirschner LaFerriere Mr. and Mrs. John W nstance Batrh Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Chamberlin Mr. and Mrs. Roland rs. Thomas F. Boyd Stede Barber Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick C. N. Boehler Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bosari Bun and Elenor Cobb Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Coite Mr. and Mrs. Micheal Costa Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Couture Mr. and Mrs. Normand Cox Mr. and Mrs. William Crampton Ms. Penny Dalenta Mr. and Mrs. Alfred DeArruda Mr. and Mrs. Christopher DeGrazia Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dias Mr. and Mrs. Jean M. Domagala Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dorsey Mr. and Mrs. Leo Doyon and Family Mr. and Mrs. Albert Duseault Mr. and Mrs. Earlie S. Everhart. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Fernandes Chet and Liz Fetela Mr. and Mrs. Richard Field Mrs. Dale Fishman Mr. Stephen J. Furtado Mr. and Mrs. John M. Morrill Mr. and Mrs. Richard Noll Mr. and Mrs. Fred Novak Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ozug Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Parker Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Pawlak Mr. and Mrs. Felix F. Perrone Dean and Carol Powers Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robidoux Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rose Sam Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith Mrs. Elaine Lyonaise Mr. and Mrs. Roy Macomber Mr. and Mrs. Henry . Mitchell Melinda The Lopes Family Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Macomber Mr. and Mrs. John McGuire Mrs. Claudia Soares Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Souza useless Robert Sylvia Mrs. Cynthia Tinsley Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Thomas, Jr. Mrs. Patrica Thorley Richard and Carol Tripp Mrs. William Tuck and Family Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vidal Mr. and Mrs. Williard Voss Mr. and Mrs. David Ward Tom and Cecile West Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilcoxen Winnie the Pooh and Tigger, too. 164 I Full Fashion Fringe at Old Fashioned Prices P.O. BOX 173 FREETOWN, MASS. 02717 TEL. (617) 998-1225 166 Compliments of ASSONET SAND AND GRAVEL Assonet, Mass. TEL. 617 947-6889 (?. 3. a6tezn Seafood WHOLESALE - FRESH OR FROZENS FISH. LOBSTER. SHELLFISH GOOD LUCK FROM 70 MAIN ST. (RTE. 105) CARL DeMORA ' NVILLE LAKEVILLE, MASS. 02346 CHRIS D. PARKER WATER SYSTEMS MIDDLE ROAD MOTORS Used Cars — Wholesale Retail Louis W. McKay 55 1 Middle Road Acushnet 995-1583 Tel. 763-5637 Chace Road, East Freetown Water Pumps Installed and Repaired Dealer for BURKS and DEMING SQUASH PARKER PARKER Custom Carpentry 15 Chace Road East Freetown, Mass 02717 763-5637 FRIEND “There is nothing so powerful as truth” Daniel Webster THE VILLAGER COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND Best Wishes From TRICITY REALTY Dave Ricks Mobil 807 Ashley Blvd. COMPLIMENTS MACOMBER BROTHERS Kerosene Fuel Oils Oil Burner Sales and Service Assonet, 644-5061 — 644-5020 COUNTY MART County Rd. East Freetown GIFTS, CARDS. NOTIONS, TOYS BEST WISHES! VERNAS Acushnet. Mass FOUR QUARTERS RESTAURANT Fine Foods Liquors Banquets Parties Lakeville Recreation Leagues or Open Bowling Compliments of THE CORNER DRUG STORE S. Main St. Assonet Compliments of Captain Bub’s Marine lemieux engineering MECi ANICAL inC. CONTRACTORS For the finest in Commercial, industrial. Institutional HEATING SYSTEMS, PROCESS PIPING, PLUMBING, AIR CONDITIONING, SPRINKLERS Packaged Boilers from 20 to 600 H P. 31 MILL STREET, ASSONET (RT. 79) CALL ASSONET 644-5782 Best Wishes to the Class of “74” THE BOSTON STORE Middleboro, Ma. Quality Fashion Value COMPLIMENTS OF BARNICOATS’ KIRKER - PERRY Construction Co.. Inc. General Contractors Engineers COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTIONAL I I Call 823-0010 WAREHOUSE: 377 SOUTH ST., E. RAYNHAM OFFICE CRAMP DEANE RO. ASSONET Getty Gas MIDDLEBORO ROaO. EAST FREETOWN. MASS 03717 Getty Oil East Freetown Garage, Inc. Official Insp. Sta. 786 Specialize in VWs to Trucks Electronic Tuning Body. Paint Fender Work 54 Middleboro Rd. E. Freetown. Mass. 02717 Frank Ashley. Sr, President Telephone 763-2422 Dave’s Restaurant and Lounge 69 South Main Street Assonet Country Squire South Main St. Assonet CIRCLE M RANCH STILES SHOE STORE Scenic Trails, Day Ranching. Open Year Round. Instructions, Special attention given to all riders Come out - Relax, — Have Fun 48-52 Center St. Middleboro 947-0102 TOWN MOTORS COMPLIMENTS OF Quality used cars 136 Middleboro Road Doctor James M. Sullivan Compliments of ' THE ROSE BEAUTY SALON Best Wishes Mason Road E. Freetown 763-2113 CELLS TEXACO STATION Middleboro Tel. 76-35544 WILBUR PRESS Offset Letterpress Printing Good Luck From Salesbooks • Register Forms • Snap-Out Forms Wedding Invitations 123 Chace Rd. E. Freetown, Mass. LAKEVILLE DRIVE-IN For the Best in Seafood stop at CAPTAIN TUGS SEAFOOD SHANTY (next to the state police barracks) Congratulations to the Class of 1974 TODSCO CONSTRUCTION FREE DELIVERY ASSONET STAR MARKET, Phone 947-01 1 1 INC. Compliments of Tel. 5800 G. FAGERBERG REALTY South Main St. Route 28 Middleboro, Mass. Cranberry Highway Assonet, Ma. VOGUE BEAUTY BOUTIQUE “TO SERVE MiLADY” Cecilia Hancock 22 Main Street 947-1040 Lakeville, Mass. 02346 Compliments of Ruth’s Grille D.E.L.S. IVORY MANUFACTURING LOU BROWN Tel. 763-8840 214 MIDDLEBORO ROAD EAST FREETOWN, MASS. Freetown Screw Manufacturing Co. County Road E. Freetown. Mass. Just a Friend Good Fortune to the Cla,s.s of " 74 " SAMASA Assonel Village The Big Cow Drive-In Restaurant Rte. 18 E. Freetown, Mass. Moooo ' ve up to the Big Cow Compliments of Fred ' s Shell Middlehoro. Mass. C. K. BOUTIQUE Women ' s Jr. Sportsw ' ear, jewelry, hand-made crafts County Plaza 34 County Rd. Compliments of Mello’s Supermarket 78 Mam St. Heritage Hall Country Club — Lakeville Good Luck Compliments of Egger’s Furniture Co. 14 So. Main St. Middlehoro. Mass. Bostonians Buntees Bass Weejeens Herman Boots Kreider Creveling Nurse Mates Quoddy Mocs Royal Maid Sebabo Loafers Wall Streeter Weyenberg E. Freetown, Mass. Assonet Village Bootery " Known for Quality Shoes and Fit” Richard P. Johnson Mill Street Rte. 79 Assonet, Mass. 644-5824 Open Evenings 6-10 Sats. 10-6 Gurney Saw Mill, Inc. Gurney Rd. E. Freetown. Mass. Chace Auto Body M C. Motors Malcolm Chace. Prop. Body Fender Repairs Auto Painting Wrecks Rebuilt Used Cars Bought Sold Compliments of Craig’s Pharmacy, Inc. Dependable Prescription Service 53 Centre Street M iddleboro, Mass. 02346 Compliments of Maria’s Greenhouse Slab Bridge Road Assonet, Mass. Phone 947-0415 « 947-9355 Best Wishes to Class of “74” Compliments of Lakeville Pharmacy Manly and Ann’s Lunch 4128 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford, Mass. Boehler’s Garage Middleboro Rd. E. Freetown, Mass. JOHN ' S fZ Houa. RADIATOR REPAIRING RECORING WRECKS REBUILT SHOP 763-4004 26 GURNEY ROAD (CHASE RD. EXIT 6. OFF RT. EAST FREETOWN, MASS. JOHN LARONDA, Prop. STILLWATER ASSOCIATES E. Freetown, Mass. “An equal opportunity employer” Fred Correia’s LAKEVILLE BARBER SHOP Phone: 995-3841 MiMred Andrade QotJen oticli airdreiierS At The New County Plaza Vz le North ol U ion Hospital K GOOD LUCK CLASS OF “74” Telephone 917-1717 f ino Grove Motor Court CIIANDEURY IIK MASS Early American rurnilurc and Accessories Rachel and Roper Gallant County Record Binding — Canvas Jackets TOWN BOOK BINDERY County Road East Freetown, Mass. Raymond De Costa Te. 763-2713 Compliments of BEACH BLUFF lieAltlNO If in USD V aruraiTA Tel 763-2I5S m EDDIE ' S AUTO BODY SALES, INC. 24 HOUR TOWINO SERVICE AUTO PAINTING - WRECKS REBUILT 37 MIDDLEBORO RD ■ ROUTE 18 EAST FREETOWN. MASS. M ON . T Ho WS. uo - to OO r« I . , - o. n CO . 1 - f OLjuL iP ' izza Cal.l 947-6650 Spaghetti - Grinders - Greek Salad 70 MAIN ST.. Rt. :M05 LAKEv IL.-E. MASS. A FRIEND PETTEY BROS. INC. 2 Water Street Assonet, Mass 644-5360 OEDE COUNTRY REAETY, INC. 2 Water Street Assonet. Mass 644-5894 ASSONET PRE-CAST CONCRETE SPECIALTIES P. O. Box 221 So. Main Street Assonet. Mass. 02702 Tel. 644-5303 ORNAMENTAL IRON AND STEEL FABRICATING ... to your exact specifications of any job, large or small . . . Call for information or a free estimate. YOU CAN HAVE THE FINEST ... A few dollars spent for new entrance steps — will add more value to your home than the same amount spent on many other types of improvement. Complimenrs of M. L. Hinckley Son Est. 1915 Jewelers 29 Centre Street Middleboro. Mass 02346 947 1620 Terry’s Beauty Salon Richmond Road Assonet. Mass Terry and Pat 644-5560 From a Friend THANKS TO MONICA Compliments of Faiette Fashion Shoppe Middleboro. Mass Sparky’s Auto Body Frames Straightened and Aligned 2767 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford Compliments of SUPERFINE TRANSPORTATION 1 1 1 Braley Road East Freetown. Mass 763-4014 Compliments of Assonet Industries Inc. Best Wishes to the Class of 74 Boynton Grain Supply Co. Blue Seal Feeds — Horse, Pet and Garden Supplies 33 Locust Street Assonet. Mass. Tele. 644-5696 Larry Cannon — Proprietor Phone Office 947-4555 Res. 947-4877 S.E. Massachusett’s Finest Food Stores 32 Stores to Serve You Centre Street Motor Sales Guaranteed Used Cars 24 Hour Tow Service 167 Wareham St. Middleboro, Mass. Compliments of RAM Electronics Company Congratulations to the Class of “74” DOC’S SHOE CENTER 21-23 Center Street, Middleboro, Mass “Shoes for all the family” “Dependable service and quality” Compliments of A. R. Glidden Son I f I I i GOOD LUCK CLASS OF “74” COMPLIMENTS OF DODGE MURPHY STUDIOS 177 r MIDDLEBORO FORD AUTHODIZED SALES SERVICE PARTS A 1 USED CARS e. TRUCKS A PORO TORINO A LTD A PINTO AWAVEBICK l oute IPliOD Le e ORD i I ..PL pooo„ •ssBj i ‘ojoqaippiiAj MO j s j9qoiT?qj[ P ISraOlJ-lWD 3AV01J L. H. CHACE SON CHEVROLET INC. 16 South Main St. Compliments of DAIRY QUEEN Middleboro COMPLIMENTS OF SERVOMATION New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of SAM’S RESTAURANT CREEDON FLOWER SHOP AND GREEN HOUSES 1 13 Wareham St. Middleboro, Mass. Congratulations IGA MARKET BONNE CHANCE A L’ AVENIR Compliments of 3963 Acushnet Ave New Bedford. Mass Best Wishes To The Class Of 1974!! BILL’S ALL-WRIGHT DINER Middleboro. Mass THE FRENCH CLUB Compliments of Raymond e Connoia.y Presidem ; )XXOUI. ' KKAI. KSTATK IX( 127 Taunton Street @ Route 28 Middleboro. Massachusetts 02J46 Telephone (617) - 947-2000 ROGER R. SAVARIA Realtor — Appraiser Real Estate Serving Greater New Bedford Area Call Roger 995-9602 Assoc. Savaria Realty PRATES DAIRY ICE CREAM Is there any other????? I Forestry — Nature Study Areas — Wildlife Habitat COASTAL PLANTINGS AESTHETICS MIDDLEBORO CLOTHING GOOD LUCK - SAM Best Wishes to the Class of " 74”! BILL’S ALL-WRIGHT DINER Middleboro. Mass Phone 763-2306 SPRINGBROOK GARDENS GIFTS Floral Design, Gifts. Garden Supplies, Trees Shrubs 9 Howland Road E. Freetown, Mass. 02717 Compliments of SAM’S RESTAURANT TEL. 995-6477 RAY ' S AUTO BODY BODY AND FENDER WORK - AUTD PAINTING WRECKS REBUILT C24 HOUR TDWING SERVICE] Raymond LaFrance County Road East Freetown, Mass. (New Bedford - Freetown Line) CORTES’ PACKAGE GROCERY STORE EVERGREENS • COLORADO BLUE SPRUCE • WE GROW WHAT WE SELL ’ auzsL cHiLL : ' az±£.x 4747 COUNTY ROAD EAST FREETOWN, MASS. 02717 Congratulations to the class of “74”! CANNON BUICK - PONTIAC, INC. Middleboro GRETCHEN K. GIGUERE 6 17 - 995-0335 r LORENZO’S ITALIAN RESTAURANT Rte 28 Middleboro Famous Pizza Italian Homemade Food Best Wishes To The Class Of " 74” BARON BROTHERS FURNITURE FERNANDES FRAME SHOP Custom Framing Rte. 28 Middleboro, Mass. Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1974 THE FUTURE NURSES CLUB VISIT PATNAUDE’S AQUARIUM Compliments of ASHLEY’S CITGO SERVICE 4227 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford, Mass Compliments ol ' LOGG KABIN THE NEW MARY’S PARKER HOUSE Serving Fine Foods Liquors Entertainment Fri, Sat, Suns. Congratulations Class Of “74” OLIN CORPORATION Best Wishes to all Compliments of UNIQUE GIFT SHOP 32 Main Street Taunton. Mass DISC BRAKES TUNE-UPS TEL. 992-8683 Minor Repairs on all American Foreign Cars MANNY’S GETTY STATION 82 BRIDGE STREET FAIRHAVEN, MASS. 02719 BATTERIES • SHOCKS • TIRES PROP. Manuel Perreira 183 r- ' S r 6 u V y h B


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