Apponequet High School - Polarion Yearbook (Lakeville, MA)
- Class of 1975
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4 0 — To e N, tvo-S t €r LAKEVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY 3 3577 00057 5785 H75 " Tb S(fe. -Vo sed OL-T|ower fo e-ierini-ty pcsss m o-n hour ' To see -4 nc ground qreZA toi ' +W l’i« e Jo tnooo v4+ lov e oncx beouhFui u-ife. Sje+he e cxf+h inoli oF d a ory to see s-tery lo breo.+h -fhe Cleon cool cx.c Jo lootj U)onc(er and s+are , f for an end -fo SorroiA: ' TO sdCXPC-h - br 4 nG- |(% 4i -h bc on s ' 4 Hbrno ' tcqs vj. To oC cxn CA hife iuiih fbam Jo |CK7ou: ‘4f7e uuan- -af a louim ho ' a b»rd p nded Fn f hnhb, be o blc io do Cohaf i5 your ridhh Croesi I ' onS o-f 4h»S e 5f4h 4o s-eet ckh Gh uuer cbvid biV 4 . »C I nd€rs Jf rhorrooJ, 40 4 h 6 4 rn 0 4 Q 4 . iorrOiP, Dedication We, the class of 1975, dedicate our yearbook to the memory of our classmate Roger Hermann, who was taken from us in the summer of 1974. In Roger we saw a quiet individual who made his presence known in small, memorable ways. Many of us were close to him but it was in his death that he touched us all, leaving us with a sense of loss but with an even greater appreciation of life. 4 Administration and Faculty Pg. 8 Underclassmen Pg. 24 Music and Activities Pg. 36 Club and Organizations Pg. 44 Sports Pg. 58 Superlatives Pg. 132 Ads Pg. 151 5 Memories ? ■ b ’ In the lull of dawn, , Time furtively spins her web. So deft is she, that she goes unnoticed. Her web is a trap, Her prey — the moments. One by one she captures them. Weaving them into her masterpiece. Nimble, though she is, some elude her. The others are caught for all time. Within the intricate latticework. Tears of joy and of sorrow weigh upon it. But, in the tranquility of dusk. She treasures them all. E. Shaw 7 Dr. Fred C. Sales, Superintendent Westchester State College, B.S. Temple University, Ed. M. Temple University, Ed. D. TO THE CLASS OF 1975: Welcome to the “Quarter-Century Club”, which only four classes per century can join. I was a member of the last such club in 1950, so can tell you very vividly that the next twenty-five years will be an exciting, reward- ing, vital period of your lives — and, they will pass in a flash just like yesterday and the days last week. Today you begin the trip to the year 2000. While some things which happen to you will be beyond your control, YOU are the most important factor in the events to come. When you look back over this yearbook in the year 2000, you should be proud of accomplishments for yourself, service to your country, friendships which have lasted, adventures remembered and a place in history carved by you and your family. Start strong and always be able to look backward with pride! Sincerely, FRED C. SALES Superintendent of Schools 10 Antone S. Cabral B.S. Fitchburg State M.S. Northeastern Richard W. Pilling Northeastern Business Manager Francis Berry Ed Christopher B. S. Boton State M.Ed. Boston College C. A.G.S. Boston College Cindy McKae Secretary, Supt’s Office Dorothy Santos Assistant Sec. Viola Pace Financial Sec. to the Treasurer Beatrice Wilcoxen Administrative Sec., Princ. Office Eleanor Lyons Secretary, Vocational School Barbara Chamberlain Supervisory Sec. to Supt. Margaret Bightman Secretary, Guidance Office Mary Johnston Administration Sec., Supt.’s Office Jane Wrightington Secretary Mrs. Doris Thomassen, R.N. St. Luke ' s Hosp. School of Nursing Polyclinic Hosp., New York Simmons College, Boston Patricia Thorley Library Aide Lillian Brulotte Teacher Aide William Drinkwater. Media Aide Elaine Lyonaisse S.M.U., B.A. Teacher Aide Harriett C. Parker, Librarian Bridgewater State College, B.S.-Ed. Cafeteria Staff “Gimme the money” Mrs. Rose Wilson J Stede Barber U Mass. Amherst Bachelor of Fine Arts Constance Barth Bridgewater State B.S. — Education Deborah Brenton Univ. of Bridgeport B.S. — Distributive Ed, Business Charles Chace Bridgewater State B..S — Education Rena Clark S.M.U. B.A. — English Diane L. Cleveland William Patterson College B.A. — Physical Education Ronald Coite Anna N. Crampton Leo Charbonneau S.M.U. Radcliffe B.S. — Marine Biology A.B. — Math Penny Dalenta Univ. of Maine B.A. — Music Raymond Duphily Joel Fernandez Boston Univ. B.S. — Aeronautical Eng. Robert Dorsey Univ. of Rhode Island, M.P.A. Bridgewater State, B.S. — Education Polly Eldridge Framingham State B.S. — Education Elizabeth Fatela Bryant College, Assoc. — Exec. Sec. Science Salem State, B.S. — Bus. Education Lloyd F. Dudley Fitchburg State B.S. — Education Patricia Engel Hunter College, B.S. — Home Ec New York Univ., M.A. — Education Stephen J. Furtado Bridgewater State B.A. — Education Shoshannah Garshick Boston Univ. BA — Romance Lang. Lit. Louise E. Hackett B.S. Ed. Bridgewater State M.Ed. Bridgewater State M.A. Bowdoin College Henry Laferriere University of Mass., Amherst Bachelor Science — Chemistry Gordon W. Goodfellow Bridgewater State College B.S. Ed. Robert R. Greesen Arkansas Tech. B.A. Peter J. Homen B.A. — History Bridgewater State College, M.A. — Non-Western and Afro-American History Univ. of Rhode Island Eric K. Jorgensen North Adams State College B.S. 5 ✓V»vAA James Lehner Worcester State College B.A. Natural Science Joseph Kobak U. of Mass., B.S. Bridgewater State, M.Ed. Carolyn Paulino Emerson College B.S. — Speech Balbina Leonard University of Massachusettes B.S. David P. Peterson B.S. Ed., State College Fitchburg M. Ed., State College at Salem Luke Leonard Mary Ann Ozug B.A. — Spanish Salve Regina College Richard R. Noll B.S. — Music Education, Ithaca College M.S., State University of New York Edward Mitchell David Piaseki Peter Looney Murray University, Kentucky B.A. — Health, History, and Physical Education John Riley Fitchburg State College B.S. — Industrial Arts Carol A. Powers B.S. — Ed. Bridgewater State College Dean Powers B.S. — Ed., Bridgewater M.Ed., Bridgewater Robert Robidoux Bridgewater State College B.A. — Biology Barbara Rose Frank Rose b.A., Colby College — English A.B. — English, Boston University M.A. — English, U. of Connecticut Claudia Soares B.A.. S.M.U. Evelyn L. Staples Bachelors, Salem State Teachers College, B.S. — Ed. Masters — Ed., Bridgewater State Teachers College Bruce Stark Bridgewater State B.A. — English and History Robert Sylvia Southeastern Mass. Univ., B.S. — Accounting Bridgewater State College, M. — Education Richard Tripp Bridgewater State College B.S. — English Irma Teeves S.M.U., B.A. — French Rhode Island College Cindy Tinsley Brigewater B.S. — Health, Physical Education Paul E. Vidal Bridgewater B.A. Claire Ward Brown University, A.B. — Biology Rhode Island College, M.A.T. — Biology Cecile West Plymouth State College Marie White Bridgewater State College B.S. — Special Ed. Frank Warrington “To strike or not to strike: “What ARE they talking about?” “Who knows?” “Let us pray . . “Ah, shut up!” “Don’t look at me, I only work here.” ‘I’m for it.” that is the question . . “I’d give my left arm and my coffee maker to end this mess!” “Why strike, the fringe benefits here are great!” “Hmm . . . Very interesting, but not funny.” “Books may fill the mind, but not the stomach.” Meanwhile, back at the ranch . . . Class Of ’78 ■ (f V rVy ' .a‘ " .y Pres. John Morrill V. Pres. DeDe Brady ytf ... ■ Sec. Kay Nanfelt Treas. Anne Laronda I Class Of ’76 1 hate photographers! Hey, she’s cute! Is this too heavy for me! No more donuts?! Wanna see some fast typing? Hey, what’s happening? Big Wally and L’il Jim Wounded hero?? I think it’s going to rain. I don’t really care. You’re kidding! Get outta here! Leave me alone. Nobody’s going to get this one! It was them! 34 I just play my piano. I’d rather go to McDonald’s. Jackie, do you have any Bromo? I’m skipping lunch! Don’ you like Charcopattie? Are you out of your mind?!! 35 o. W i£T . c a • I t K I m u H X r A r t t u ♦ I t ♦ I F H Secretary Glen Costa Treasurer Linda Johnston BAND I ' vi 0 0 ' C Cy M President - RicfcJ vares; Manager - Bob Bradys Secretary - Vee Mahoney; Treasurer - Richard Buttermore 3 a ' Winter Formal Prom NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Richard Angus — Vice President, Marie Muir — President, Pat Thorley — Secretary, Linda Johnston — T reasurer Marie Muir — President • fgr . YEARBOOK STAFF TRAFFIC SQUAD Captain Gerald Velozo, Co. Captain Robin Jenkins STUDENT COUNCIL Pres. Tara Healey, V. Pres. Karleen Brady LEADERS CLUB Pres. Sue Macomber, V. Pres. Dawn Motta, Sec. Brenda Soule FUTURE TEACHERS FUTURE NURSES 50 " V f " T rjLr ' js ' jO J , 1 ' ■ ' FRENCH CLUB ; SPANISH CLUB 51 MAJORETTES Co-Captain Mary Moquin Co-Captain Debbie Clark PEP CLUB School Mascot and Pep Club President Linda Morrill After Turkey Day Blues VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Tara Healey, Jamie Piasecki, Janet Bauer, Margie Clark, Robin Jenkins, Betsy Clarke, Donna Miller, Lynne Gurney, Jackie Giguere, Sue Field, Paula Wilkinson 58 Ohhh . . . Leg shot! JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Holly Peel, Mary Blais, Cheryl Brown, Dede Brady, Sue Sutherland, Cindy Jason, Lisa Cabral, Mary Arnold, Beth Seymour. 59 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM l-r ROW 1: B. Mann, K. Costa, T. D Agostino, J. Boyar, T. Garofalo, G. Velozo, R. Levesque, T. Angeley, J. Jason, J. Rezendes, S. Everhart. ROW 2: C. Abbott, C. Hall, M. Sullivan, W. Crosby, J. Allerdt, A. Kirshner, C. Bosse, S. Hapr. ROW 3: M. Sorel. S. Shepley. D. DeGrazia, Brian Costa. George Cravero. David Johnson, Lee Nanfelt. David French. Jake Doherty. ROW 4: D. Rosen, R. Maltais. D. DeGrazia. D. DeMoura, W. Cabucio, J. Cabucio, M. Bartlett, E. Dawson, S. Place, V. Gauthier. ROW 5: Coach Piasecki, M. Manley, C. Crossley, E. Gerrior, D. Muir, M. Fournier, P. Bevilacqua, M. Hogan, C. Piecham, Coach Greeson FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM l-r ROW 1: D. Thomas. C. Swimm, T. Horton, B. Rogers, D. Annicharico, D. Archambault, D. Reiter, B. Gallant, B. Sayers, J. Gurney, W. Tripp. ROW 2: Coach Homen, D. Strickland, A. Bariteau, K. Andrade, C. Allerdt, B. Roza, J. Dunham, K. Aitken, G. Arruda, D. Patton, E. Vickery, S. Abbott, Coach Robidoux. Manchester A.H.S 26 Southeast Yoke 30 Martha’s Vineyard 30 Bristol Plymouth 34 Blue Hills 16 Provincetown 44 Nantucket 30 West Bridgewater 12 League Record 7-1 Coach Dave Piasecki Coach Peter Homen Jake the Skate “Can we go in now, Coach?” It’s been a long season. B. C. in action! Big D! 62 CROSS COUNTRY KNEELING: Armond Dion, Phil Souza, Mike Mitchell, Bob Herman, Kevin Belkin, David Pittsley. 2ND ROW: Coach Looney. Ricky Carroll, George Wilkinson, Dave Rousseau, Paul Magnuson, Steve Aitken, Jim Kelley, Dwayne Almeida. 3RD ROW: Mark Pilotte, Bob Warburton. Bob Brady. Bob Bissonnette. Mark Andrade. David Gallot. Chris Reiter. Dwayne Almeida, Ricky Carroll, George Wilkinson, Dave Rousseau, Steve Aitken, Jim Kelley. OPP. A.H.S. 50 Bristol Aggie 15 46 Sacred Heart 15 41 Blue Hills 20 50 West Bridgewater 15 35 Southeast Yoke 24 50 Marthas Vineyard 15 50 Avon 15 60 All League Meet 32 First place finish against Sacred Heart Captain David Rousseau Co. -Captain Paul Magnuson Captain Chris Rieter, Co. Captain Mike Mitchell 66 . thus endeth another successful season. 67 Field Hockey ROW 1 Co-Captains Beth Reiter, Dawn Motta ROW 2 Coach Tinsly, Gina Gaudette, Marcy Smith, Sandy Doyen, Judy Poole, Chris Kowalczyk, Brenda Soul, Kathy Kowalczyk, Linda Gallant, Sue Macomber, Cathy Kristofferson, Pat Thorley, Mgr. Wendy Brown L to R Coach Cleveland, Wendy Brown, Debby Sexton, Betty Carasetti, Anne Gurney, Sandy Ruest, Lucy Constantine, Debby Labrie, Darlene Sisson, Wendy Winslow, Ellen Buttermore. Sandy Pittsley, Lorraine Shaw. A.H.S. OPP. 8 Avon 1 1 Sacred Heart 0 1 West Bridgewater 2 1 West Bridgewater 3 1 Avon 0 3 Avon 0 0 Sacred Heart 2 0 West Bridgewater 4 1 Sacred Heart 0 “Psssst . . . Your can is showing!” A.H.S. OPP. 3 Avon 0 Sacred Heart 0 West Bridgewater 1 0 West Bridgewater 0 1 Avon 0 1 Avon 0 1 Sacred Heart 0 1 West Bridgewater 1 0 Sacred Heart 0 Varsity Action J.V. Action 69 o o VARSITY BASKETBALL Left to Right Brian Mattos, Mike Costa. Jim Rezendes, Ken Costa Capt., Tyne Barber, Steve Aitken, Tim Lyons. BACK ROW; Coach Warring- ton, Karl Nielson, Chris Bosse, Bob Warburton, Jake Doherty, Bob Brady, Jeff Allerdt. I JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Lett to Right Bren Barber. Mike Leahy, John Crump (Capt.), Don St. Gelais. Coach Greson. BACK ROW: Chris Allerdl. Dave Demoranville. Paul Bougerious. Glen Greenwalt. missing — Mark Geene. (1-r.) KNEELING: S. Macomber, J. Hagar STANDING: A. Gurney, K. Tivey, B. Soule, L. Gallant, K. Kristoffersen, L. Allerdt. (1-r.) KNEELING: L. Constatine, S. Rezendes STANDING: P. Sams, C. Betts, R. French, H. Taylor, W. Dudra, L. Kelsey, D. LaBrie, Coach Cleveland Left: Moose m action Above: J.V. s shuffle for ball possession Laurie up on a jump Sue ready to pass I SENIOR COUNCIL Couet — Treas.. Margie Haskins — Sec. 82 Shirley D’Agostino 311 Taunton St. Lakeville “Where your treasure is, your heart will be also.” Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1; Class President 4; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Repre- sentative 3; Senior Council 4 Shirks . . . favorite place is Lorenzos on a Sat. Night. She likes cool autumn nights and long drives.but dislikes pushy people, know-it-alls, and Mr. Rose’s quizzes. When she’s 30 she expect to be married with a couple of kids. Tyne Barber Highland Rci Lakeville “That one may smile, and smile, and be a villain.” Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Fleas 1, 2, 3; Boys Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Rep- resentative 1, 2, 3; Football Mgr. 2, 3, 4; Class V. Pres. 4; Student Council 4; Senior Council Barberski . . . likes going down to the gym during free periods and getting out of school to pick cran- berries. He dislikes Mrs. Hackett’s College Prep. Math Class. He wants to be a Park Ranger. Tyne can be found roaming the halls of A.H.S. Marjorie Haskins 324 Bedford St. Lakeville “As brilliant as the sun shines, so does she.” J.V. Cheerleader 1; Pep Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Gynmastics Show 1; Leaders Club 2, 3; J.V. Field Hockey 2, 3; J.V. Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3; J.V. Softball 2; Class Secretary 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Choir 4; Senior Council When Margie is sad she turns and talks to her Dad. She likes cold snowy days and having a good time with friends. She dislikes getting up early and crabby people. Her craziest moment was when she scored a basket for the opposing team, when she’s 30 she expect to be happy and secure. Mona M. Couet 7 Ashley Av. East Freetown “A good nature sparkles in her eyes.” Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3. 4; J.V. Cheerleader 1; Pep Club 1, 4; Ski Club 1; Choir 3, 4; Yearbook StalF 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 4; Senior Council Moe . . . likes brisk Sundays at a Football Game with Steve, beer, McDonalds, Music and guys with nice hairy legs. She dislikes Col. Grammar Review, snobby people, peas, and carrots. Her ambition is to be a Dental Hygienist. Mona’s favorite place is at Steve’s house. Her Craziest moment was when the fire alarm went off while she was changing her clothes for a play. When she’s 30 she hopes to be married and the mother of 3. When Big Moe is sad she listens to music and cries. I Steven Aitken 10 Reservoir Avenue, Lakeville “1 never met a woman I did not like.” Baseball 1; Basketball 2. 3, 4; Golf 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Cross Country 4. “Wonder” likes basketball, tunafish, and banana splits. He hates calculus class. Steve’s favorite place is the cross-country room. His ambition is to be a nuclear physicist. Julie Albaum 7 Highland Road, Lakeville “Pure friendship is something which men of an inferior intellect can never taste.” Band 1; Fleas 1; Honor Society 3, 4. “Julie” likes just being, and she dislikes bad times and lean years. Her favorite place is the state of awareness and when she’s thirty she expects to be still alive and well. Cathy Allard Hemlock Point. E. Freetown “Well, I’m about as tall as a shotgun and just as noisy.” Field Hockey 1; Junior National Honor Society 1, 2; Honor Society 3; French Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Future Nurses Club 3, 4. Joyce Allison Locust Street, Assonet “Hello, I must be going.” Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Photography Club 1; French Club 1; Field Hockey 2; Yearbook Staff 4. “Joce” likes watching Chico play the piano and John Lennon’s singing, but dislikes Math and sneaky people. Her ambition in life is to become a veterinarian. Joyce says her craziest moment was witnessing ‘The Great Chair Heist” between Marie and Gary in the library. When Joyce is thirty she expects to be embezzelling her way to fame and fortune. Margaret Andrews Slab Bridge Road, Assonet " I came, I saw. I’m leaving!” Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3 Varsity Club 3, 4; Leaders Club 3. Maggie, who doesn’t want to get married, likes traveling, water and snow skiing, and being with someone who treats her like a person. Her ambition is to travel and to work with the insane, which is what she hopes to be doing when she’s 30. Dwayne Almeida 374 Lakeside Ave., Lakeville “Little men make heaps of noise.” Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Tennis 2, 3; Phys. Ed. Major 3; Ice Hockey 3, 4 A1 . . . likes pork chops, concerts, Crosby Stills, Nash and Young, and Cross Country Camp parties. He dislikes Cross Country practice, getting up early and policemen. His favorite place is just about anywhere with Mary. His favorite song is “Whipping Post”. Dwayne’s favorite saying is “Yeah, ya know” Robin Andrews 453 Lakeside Ave., Lakeville “A constant friend is a thing rare and hard to find.” Jobbie’s favorite song is “Colour My World,” Her craziest moment was putting five different colors in a cake for Home Ec. She likes to go riding with Danny but dislikes dogs that chase her bike. When she’s thirtv she expects to be a wife and mother. Thomas Angeley Taunton St., Lakeville “His thoughts are many; his words are few.” Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Tom . . . likes parties, girls, and sports but hates work. His favorite song is “Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting” by Elton John. When he reaches thirty he hopes to be happy and successful. His ambi- tion is to make a lot of money. “Education is the instruction of the intellect in laws Richard Angus North Main Street, Assonet of learning.” Linda Anthony 12 Rhode Island Rd., Lakeville “Happy and carefree will she ever be.” Linda’s favorite song is “Angie”. Her friends think she’s moody and her ambition is to travel. She likes Pink Floyd, wine and parties, and dislikes conceited people. When she’s in one of her moods you may find her in her favorite place — Middleboro. Jr. Honor Society 1, 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Choir William Arruda Chace Road, East Freetown “He hath put down the mighty from their seats.” 4; Cross Country 3. Anthony Arvisais “How many cares one loses when one decides not to be something, but to be someone.” Joker . . . likes going to the “The Show,” seeing his future adopted son, Adam, and being alone. He dislikes kids who fight, swimming with a poolful of people and candy. Tony’s favorite song is “You and Me against the World” and his favorite place is the Cabana. “We are all flowing, heading in unknown directions, searching for nothing in particular but knowing it’s out there — somewhere. Dennis Ashley Ashley Avenue, East Freetown “Seen but not heard.” Dozer . . . wants to run bulldozers and his ambition is to be a mechanic. He dislikes beets and his favorite place is the farm, running " heavy” equipment. When he’s 30 he hopes to be making more money than he is now. Robin Bartlett Forest Park, Lakeville “The smile that lights the face will also warm the heart.” Pep Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 2; Ski Club 2; Softball 2, 4; Field Hockey 2; Homeroom Rep 3; Junior Council 3; Senior Council 4; Yearbook Staff — Senior Editor 4. Robin . . . likes kittens, stuffed animals and snow. Robin’s ambition is to earn enough monev to travel around. Her favorite song is “Wishing You Were Here”. When she’s 30 she expects to be married and have one child. When she is sad she listens to music and cries. Her craziest moment was in 4th grade when some Senior guy said her blouse was undone and it was. (OH NO!) Janet Bauer Parkhurst Drive, Lakeville “People who prefer the finer things in life, prefer people.” Class Pres. 1, 2, 3; French Club 1, 2; J.V. Cheerleaders 1; Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Co-capt. 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 1, 2; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Student Advisor to School Committee 4. Jansy . . . likes Fiats, puppies, and Autumn. She dislikes hypercritical people and onions. Her favorite place is Bailey’s Island, Maine. Her craziest moment in school was the moment she stepped in A.H.S. Her favorite saving is “Let’s Party”. Phyllis Biasuicci 776 Carrie St. B.V.S., Lakeville “I can resist everything except temptation.” Biazuche . . . likes being happy, studies, and having a good time with people she loves, while she dislikes snobby people, school, and waking up in the morning. Her favorite song is “One Way Street” and when she’s 30 she expects to be getting old but still happy. That’s Alright! Deborah Bigelow 22 Richmond Road, Assonet “Secret and self-contained, and solitary as an oyster.” “Debbie” likes french fries, potato chips, music, spring days, and summer nights. She dislikes con- ceited people. Her ambition is to graduate and find a job. Her favorite place is at the Mall. When she’s sad she listens to her favorite songs. “That’s right.” Daniel Bissonnette County Road, Lakeville “I have been there, and still would go; ’tis like a little heaven below.” Deca 4. “Dan” likes being free and listening to songs by Dave Mason and Eric Clapton, but can ' t stand people who hassle him. His favorite place is the mountains and his favorite song is “The Queen of Hearts” by Greg Allman. When Dan is thirty he expects to be going on thirty-one. His ambition is to be free. Celeste Bosse 283 Taunton Street, Lakeville “Find out where you can render a service, and then render it.” French Club 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Choir 1, 2; Library Aide 4. “Lesta” likes good art, dislikes Chem-Phys and snobs. Her favorite place is at the beach relaxing to Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. Susan Boehler Hemlock Point, East Freetown “Pd rather be quiet and be remembered than be loud and be forgotten.” Junior National Honor Society 1, 2; Honor Society 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3. “Sue” likes weekends and Big Macs, but dislikes stuck-up people and peanut butter. Her ambition in life is to go to college. On a good day you may find her on the beach relaxing to good songs. When thirty Sue expects to be happily married. “It’s better than nothing.” ES Cindy Bottomley 12 Ashley Avenue, East Freetown “The devil and I have an understanding.” Pep Club 1; FLEAS I, 2. 3; Tennis 2; Sr. Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4. “Sid” . . . likes a fast car, a cold bottle of beer and lots of Portuguese food, and hates snobby people and Saturday nights with nothing to do. Her ambition is to become a good accountant. When she filled out her own death certificate in sociology — that was her craziest moment in school. Her favorite song is “Good-bye Yellow Brick Road” and she’s always saying, “Goood, Goood!!” Gregory Boyd Kenneth Ave., Lakeville “A friend is a person with whom you dare to be yourself.” Cross Country 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Council 3; Senior Council 4; Varsity Club 4. Greg . . . can usually be found in the gym during his free periods and hopes to be a Phys. Ed. Teacher someday — after doing a little traveling first! Greg dislikes first period tests and listens to music when he’s down. James Boyer 65 Locust Street, Assonet “1 am willing to taste any drink once.” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1. Karleen Brady Hilltop Acres, Lakeville “1 have a heart with room for every joy.” French Club 1, 2; Future Teachers 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball Manager 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2; C. S. F. Team Cap. 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Choir 2, 3, 4; Cross Country Scorer 2, 3, 4; Track Scorer 2, 3, 4; Leaders Club 3, 4; Basketball Manager 3; Student Council V. P. 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Council 4. Karl . . . likes sports (especially cross-country) and concerts at the Civic Center, while she dislikes snobs and selfish people. Her craziest moment in school was when Mr. Piasecki rolled a quarter around her face and it left a lead mark! When thirty she expects to be single, free, and enjoying life, but her favorite place, for now, is a cross-country meet. David Brown Middleboro Road, East Freetown “When he comes in, mischief begins.” Choir 1; Track 1; Hockey 3, 4. “Dave” likes concerts, hockey, and steak. He dislikes policemen. He expects to be self-employed and rich. His favorite song is “Don’t Let it Bring You Down” and his favorite place is a church. When Dave’s sad he likes being by himself. His favorite saying is “Say, Buddy.” Stephen Britt Lakeside Avenue, Lakeville “I do everything for a reason . . . Most of the time the reason is money.” Tennis 2. 3, 4; National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4. “Steve” likes Elton John, spaghetti and playing football, and hates two-faced people. His favorite place is downstairs listening to the stereo and “The Bitch is Back.” His ambition is to be a meteorologist. When he is sad, he gets in a bad mood. Steve’s friends think he’s crazy. Carol Bryson 101 Fourth Avenue, Lakeville “She has the mind of a thinker, the soul of a dreamer, and the heart of a friend.” “Blondie” says she likes Schlitz in a bottle, walking in the rain, and moonlight nights; but dislikes fake people and gym. Her ambition is to be a bookkeeper and live life to its fullest. Her craziest moment in school was when she put five different flavors in a cake and tried to get someone to eat it. Her favorite song is “Colour My World” and when she’s thirty she expects to still be hanging around. Wendy Brown Highland Road, Lakeville “We know the truth not only by the reason, but by the heart.” Spanish Club Sec. 1; Ski Club 1; Pep Club 1; Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Leaders Club 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey Manager 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. “Wen” likes Koala Bears, happy people, and life. She dislikes snotty boys. Geometry and inconsiderate people. Wen’s ambition is to work with people and travel. Her craziest moment in school was when she fell off the balance beam and said, “Oh. S !” Her favorite place is outdoors and she goes in the woods when she’s sad. Her favorite song is “Knights in White Satin.” 5 I Arnold Burnham Rhode Island Road, Lakeville “Why worry when you can sleep?” Mel . . . likes OAKA and dislikes getting up early. His ambition is to become President. His craziest moment in school was shooting Luke with the water hose and his favorite song is “Wild Thing” Paula Burnham Rhode Island Rd. Lakeville “The heart has its own reason.” Wayne’s country pumpkin . . . doesn’t like people who are conceited, but likes being alone with Wayne. When she’s unhappy she likes to be by herself and go for a walk. “Oh God Bless ’em.” Her favorite place is ANY place with Wayne. Eileen Butler County St. Lakeville “Quietness has its own charms.” When “Smutler” is thirty she expects to be an artist. Her favorite song is “You Make Me Feel Brand New.” She likes love, art, people and nature but dislikes gossipers and two-faced people. Her friends think she’s unique and her ambition is to be happy in whatever she does. Gary Caldwell Bedford St. Lakeville “The mind of man is the man himself.” Choir 1 Lee Carling County Road, East Freetown “It’s not what you do, its what you get away with.” Track 1; Junior Council 3; Senior Council 4. Richard Carroll Paul Ave., East Freetown “For men may come and men may go, but I go on forever.” Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Basketball 1; Honor Society 3, 4; Tennis 3. Hec . . . likes good food, sleeping, and being with friends, but dislikes running for cross country practices. His ambition is to become rich and his favorite place is Horseneck Beach. Hec’s craziest moment in school was being in Mrs. Babbit’s English class. When he’s sad he listens to music, and his favorite song is “Ohio”. “Don’t worry about it, you’ll get an ulcer.” Raymond Chace Chipaway Rd., East Freetown “Keep smiling and you can overcome all obstacles.” Jr. Honor Society 2; Sr. Honor Society 3, 4. Michelle Constantine 50 Chase Road, East Freetown “Everything comes if a man will only wait.” Photography Club 1; FLEAS 1, 2; Tennis 2; Yearbook Staff 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. " Meeshkies” hopes to become a surgical nurse. People without a sense of humor turn her off and she loves the Marx Brothers and Scott Joplin. Michelle thinks that her friends think she’s too quiet. (But we know better, right?) Meeshkies can often be heard saying, “Ot’s a fine.” Rosemary Correia Keene Road, East Freetown “All art is but an imitation of nature.” Kenneth Costa Braley Road, East Freetown “1 make the most of all that comes, and the least of all that goes.” Cross Country 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Baseball 1; Track 4; Traffic Squad 4. Michael John Costa 517 Braley Road, East Freetown " The soul of this man is his clothes.” Basketball 3, 4; Track 3; Choir 3; Future Teachers Club 4; Varsity Club 4. “Mike” likes music, but hates Freetown. His ambition is to travel, go to college, and play ball. His favorite place is Hyannis, M A. When he’s thirty he expects to be rich enough to retire. When Mike’s sad he becomes very angry. Come on Ralph. “K.C.” likes all kinds of sports, parties, girls and fried clams, but dislikes school and school lunches. Cape Cod and Taunton are Kenny’s favorite places and when he’s sad he listens to music. His ambition is to go to college and study law enforcement. When he’s thirty he expects to be living. Kenny’s craziest moment in school was when he let the snake go in Mrs. Carey’s class, and his favorite song is, “Do it ’til You’re Satisfied.” Geri Crosby Freetown Street, Lakeville “Happiness is not having what you want, but wanting what you have.” Band 1, 2, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Field Hockey 1; Future Nurses 1, 2, 3, 4. Geri’s ambition is to be a nurse. Her favorite place is Taunton, which might be why her friends thinks she’s crazy . . . “This is ridiculous!” She likes pizza, tuna grinders, and pool, while she dislikes fish, English and eating in crowded restaurants. Laurie Crump Leonard Street, Lakeville “She is quiet in her own noisy way.” Thomas D’Agostino 311 A Taunton St., Lakeville “I lived and loved.” Brockton High — Football 1; Track 1; Apponequet High — Track 2, 3, 4; P.E. Major 3, 4 Varsity Club 3, 4; Football 3, 4. Tom likes good looking girls and football games; he hates football practice and homework. He wants to make a good life for himself. His favorite song is “Something”. N Karen Deane Oak Street, Middleboro “Nothing is so rare as a real goodness of heart.” Daniel Desjardins Middleboro Road, East Freetown " A life on the ocean wave.” National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Track 1; Goll 2. 3; Tennis 4. Ann Delloracco Main Street, Lakeville " Her thoughts know nothing of tomorrow; her business is to be happy today.” Choir 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2. Kenneth Dias Taunton Street, Lakeville “Enjoy the day.” Football 1. “Dyck ' s” favorite song is “Ricky’s Song.” His favorite place is Hillsboro, New Hampshire. Ken ' s ambition is to be a professional rock drummer. He likes Joyce, his music, and free time, while he dislikes being forced to do something. David Desroches 15 Lambert St., Acushnet “Tall men reach great heights. " “Dave " likes a good party and nice girls and hates school classes. His ambition is to be rich while he’s still young and to be single when he’s thirty. Dave can be most often found at a bowling alley, or if he’s sad, taking a long walk by himself. His friends think he’s O.K. Nancy Dias 17 Simpson Lane, Assonet “Laugh and everyone laughs with you. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Ski Club 1; Choir 3, 4; Future Nurses 3, 4, V. Pres. 3; Traffic Squad 3, 4 Nance’s friends think (know) she’s crazy. She’d like to be an R.N. and her favorite song is “Stairway to Heaven.” She dislikes school, riding on the bus, and liver. She likes McDonalds, sitting by the ocean and having fun with people. Steve Dion 480 Chase Rd., East Freetown “Hell is paved with good intentions.” Massapequa H.S. Wrestling 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2 Rizzys . . . favorite song is “Your Song” by Elton John. His favorite place is Roaches house. He dislikes school lunches but likes going to parties. Donna A. Entwistle 13 Rounsevell Dr., East Freetown “She likes all she does and does all she likes.” Dartmouth H.S. Office Aide 2. Apponequet Yearbook Staff “Dimples” likes being with Gary, sitting on a beach when its cold, and Kojak. Dislikes people who think they’re perfect. Her friends think she’s happy-go-lucky and her favorite song is “I Want to Make It With You” . . . Donna’s goal in life is to get married and live in the country. E. Sherman Everhart 310 Highland Rd., Lakeville “God bless the man that first invented sleep.” Football Mgr. 1, 2, 3; Football 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. Sherm’s . . . favorite place is Long Pond in the autumn. He likes food, sleeping and football practice, but hates working. His craziest moments in school were getting caught sleeping in class and of course his ambition is to keep sleeping. L Anthony Fiano County Rd., East Freetown “My thoughts and my conduct are my own.” Warp . . . wants to lead a straight life: his friends think he’s in the mafia. “It’s all in your mind.” He dislikes school, but likes sports, mostly swimming and boxing. Jan Forcier Middleboro Rd., East Freetown “Do not think that years leave us and find us the same.” V. Field Hockey 1, 2, Manager 2; V. Basketball 1, 2, tricapt. 1, capt. 2; V. Softball 1, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Leaders Club 1, 2. Blondy . . . likes past memories, watching the sunset between ponds, watching Tom grow, and newborn babies. She dislikes getting up at 5:30 a.m., trying to put Tom to bed. people who stare and 8 classes a day. Her goal is to make Tommy and herself a happy life. Her favorite song is “I Honestly Love You” by Olivia Newton John and some of her favorite sayings are: Live life a little bit at a time and — NO TOM!! Dennis Frates Slocum St., Acushnet “Men of few words are the best men.” Dennis . . . likes stock car races, nice girls and building race cars. His dislikes are ships. bad weather and coming to school on the bus. To work on cars is iTis ambition, and a good day you’ll most likely find him at the Seekonk Speedway. When thirty he hopes to be very rich. Jane Foster Howland Road, East Freetown “Gentlemen always seem to remember blondes.” J. V. Cheerleaders 1; V. Cheerleaders 2 : Pep Club 1. 2. 3. Janie . . . likes Mr. Furtado’s class, nice clothes and shopping, but dislikes playing Field Hockey, boring studies and homework. Jane’s goal in life is to get married and have children, or maybe get a job. Her craziest moment in school was when she and Nancy D. made popcorn in the Home Ec. room (that was a sneakv event). When sad. she’ll cry and go to her room. Timothy Garofalo 312 Taunton Street, Lakeville “As large as life and twice as natural.” Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (tri-capt. 4); Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3; Phys. Ed Major 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. “Timmy” likes football and Lindy. Tim’s ambition is to become a drunk! His favorite place is Pier 14. When he’s thirty he expects to be dead and gone. His favorite song is “Layla” and when he’s sad he likes to go to sleep. Carol Grenier Chase Road, East Freetown “I love the life I lead and I lead the life I love.” Pep Club 1, 2. “Carol” dislikes it when guys rack on her car and being late, but she likes being with the gang and rais- ing hell. Her craziest moment in school was when she fell out of the chair in typing. When she’s 30 she hopes to be married and have children. Her favorite song is “You and Me Against the World.” Bruce Gurney Chase Road, East Freetown “I am going to seek the great perhaps.” Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 4. Lynne M. Gurney Gurney Road, East Freetown “Youth, enthusiasm, and tenderness are like the days of spring.” Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastic Show 1; J.V. Basketball 1, 2; FLEAS 1, 2; Spanish Club 2 (Tres.); J.V. Field Hockey 2; Homeroom Rep. 2; Junior Council 3; Leaders Club 3; Varsity Field Hockey 3; Varsity Basketball 4; Varsity Cheerleader 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Council 4; Varsity Club 4. “Burney Gurnski’s” craziest moment in school was when she got caught in the girls locker room after a shower by the Provincetown Football Team. She likes pizza, having fun with friends, and cheering for A.H.S. Lynne wants to be a dental hygenist, and when she’s thirty she expects to be happily married and have a few kids. “Gurn” likes Lynn and listening to the Allman Brothers, but dislikes spinach and math. Gum’s ambition is to live a good life and to be a happily married man. You can find him with Lynn, (Right, Bruce?), and listening to “I Honestly Love You.” Rhonda Jane Gurney County Road, East Freetown “The only way to have friends, is to be one.” Fleas 1, 2, 3; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1. Shorty . . . says she’s most happy when she’s riding her bike, snowmobile or swimming at Snow’s Pond. Rhonda dislikes her brother and his friends, she cheers up to hot fudge sundaes at “Friendly’s”. She hopes to become an accountant and her favorite song is “You’ve Got a Friend”. “A better friend could not be found.” French Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastic Show 1; J.V. Basketball 1, 2; J.V. Softball 1, 2; J.V. Field Hockey 3; Leaders Club 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Junior Council 3; Softball 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. Jann . . . enjoys skiing, hot fudge sundaes, warm summer days and her close friends. Her amibtion is to become a social worker. Jann’s most embarrassing moment in school was when her zipper broke in the middle of Mr. Sylvia’s class. If Jann is sad she cries and her favorite song is “Stairway to Heaven”. Being in a gold Mustang is her favorite place and when she’s thirty she hopes to be happily married with a couple of children. Jann E. Hagar 139 County Road, East Freetown Robin Hagar Pierce Avenue, Lakeville “For the most part, I do the thing which my own nature drives me to do.” Rooby . . . likes Maine, parties, horses, and wine. She dislikes school. Robin hopes to someday live in Maine. Jeffrey Harrison Hilltop Acres County Rd., Lakeville “Thy eternal summer shall not fade.” Cross Country 1, 2; Hockey 3, 4. Chink’s . . . friends think he’s nuts, and it shows in his ambition: he wants to ski around Long Pond three times in a row. His favorite song is “The Long and Winding Road”. He likes hockey, water skiing, and hunting while his dislikes are homework and getting ready for school in the morning. Tara Healey 169 Main St., Lakeville “Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves.” Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Cheerleader 1, captain; Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; captain 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4, President 4; Traffic Squad 4; Ski Club 1, 2; Leaders Club 2, 3; Senior Council; Yearbook Staff 4. “Ta” likes skiing, cheering, people-watching, eating and sleeping, but dislikes her bony knees and complainers. Her favorite place is by the ocean and her favorite song is “You’ve Got a Friend”. Ta’s ambition is to be happy. When 30 she expects to be older and wiser. She cries her eyes out when she’s sad and her craziest moment in school was when she went Christmas caroling down the hall. Ta’s friends think she’s insane and nutty. “I just don’t know.” “A soft voice, a gentle face, portray a friendly, charming grace.” Patrice Hartley Mullein Hill Drive, Lakeville Andrea Heath Malbone St., Lakeville “Blessed is she who expects nothing, for she shall never be disappointed.” J.V. Softball 1, 2 “Andy” likes easy going people who horse around a lot but dislikes people with no sense of humor. Her main ambition in life is to become a stewardess. Andy likes to spend her time in the Tennessee moun- tains. Her favorite song is “Lazy.” When she’s 30 she plans to be married and to have a few kids. Lisa Herman Lakeside Ave., Lakeville “What will a child learn sooner than a song.” J.V. Softball 1, 2; Semsba 1, 2, 3; S. E. District 1, 2, 3; All State Chorus 2, 3; French Club 1; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Sandpipers 3, 4 “Lis” doesn’t like New Bedford, spiders and school, but she does like Sunday afternoons with Trifinity. Her ambition is to be famous (music). Her favorite place is in a Leanto maybe listening to her favorite song, “Stranded in the Jungle.” She says that her craziest moment was when Dave Rousseau trapped her in the Boy’s Room after he threw her shoe in. Lynn Hoar Elm Street, Assonet “Silence is more eloquent than words.” Lynn . . . likes strawberries, snow, Christmas and of course. Rusty. She doesn’t like phonies, snobby people or rain. Lynn’s favorite place is “The Beach” and her ambition is to be happy. Robert Hinckley Freetown Street, Lakeville “I was gratified to be able to answer promptly, and I did. I said I didn’t know. Track 1, 3, 4 Sarah Horton 30 Parkhurst Dr., Lakeville “Work has killed many a man — why die” Space girl . . . her favorite place is outer space and she feels that every second is her craziest moment in school. She dislikes high school and people who don’t know what they’re talking about, but likes a bowl of H.O.’s and a comfortable chair. Her favorite saying is “If you can’t beat ’em, shoot ’em — right! (?) Nancy Hughes 39 Hemlock Pt., East Freetown “The heart has its reason.” Varsity Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; French Club 1, 2; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 Sec. 4; J.V. Basketball 2; Leaders Club 3, 4; Sec.-Treas. 4; National Honor Society 1, 3, 4 “Nance” d islikes Paul being in the Navy and likes Paul on leave and hot summer days. Hes ambition in life is to get married and have a few kids. Nancy’s favorite song is “Colour My World.” When she’s sad she cries. ' ft Jane Jacques 42 Winfield Street, East Freetown “I am sadly afraid that I must have done some wicked thing.” New Bedford Vocational: Cheerleader 1; Apponequet; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Nurse Club 1; Ski Club 2, 3; Basketball 3 “Jack’s” friends think she’s crazy. When she’s thirty she expects to be an old lady. She likes riding on the bars of a motorcycle, having a good time, but dislikes stuck-up people and school lunches. When feeling sad she turns to Sharon for advice. Jack’s favorite saying is ”To love and be loved is beautiful” Jay Jason County Road, East Freetown ’’The most significant word is ’’flirtation.” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3 ’’Jacinto” . . . likes lunch, girls, and sports. Dislikes geometry and Ray Cabral. His ambition is to play for the Patriots and when he’s 30 he expects to be rich. His craziest moment in school was playing baseball with Bob Sylvia. ’’Great!” James Kelley 40 Morton Road, East Freetown ”I myself am Heaven and Hell” Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 3, 4; Homeroom Rep. 1 “Wally” likes sweetbread and sex, but dislikes rip-offs. His favorite place is Kelleys’ Pits and his craziest moments in school were sitting on the picnic tables 1st, 3rd, and 4th periods. His favorite groups are Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath, and when he’s thirty he expects to be with the ’’In Crowd.” Linda Johnston Pickens Street, Lakeville “To play great music, you must keep your eyes on a distant star.” French Club 1, 2, Treas. 2; Honor Society 1. 2, 3, 4 Treas. 4; Pep Club 1. 2; Choir 2, 3, 4 Treas. 3, 4; Senior Council 4. “Kraut” likes Beethoven, the Celtics, and choir, and dislikes science labs. Her ambition is to become an accomplished musician (no wonder her favorite place is in the Music Room! ). Kraut’s craziest moment in school was when the electric piano conked out on her at the Pops Concert. When thirty she expects to be anything but rich. “You goober!!!” Steven Kirker 40 Gramp Deane Road, Assonet “Some men succeed because they are destined to, but most men because they are determined.” Jr. Honor Society 1, 2; Sr. Honor Society 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, Pres. 3; Yearbook Staff-Bus. Manager 4- Ski Club 4 Kirk likes pizza, steak, and snow. His favorite place is New Hampshire. His ambition is to be a Civil Engineer and when he’s 30 he expects to be one. iWhat? Kathryn Kowalczyk 93 Crooked Lane, Lakeville “Security is when I’m very much in love with someone extraordinary, who loves me back” Pep Club 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 V. Pres. 2; Ski Club 2, 3; V. Field Hockey 4; Yearbook 4 “Kowaczule” . . . dislikes math, liver and inconsiderate people but really likes Jerry Lewis Movies, painting and strawberry shortcake. Right? You can find Kowaczule at Onset or Duxbury beach. When sad she listens to soft music or her favorite song “Something”. Her craziest moment was when she wore “Creature” feet with Jackie. Martha LaBrie 9 Hawes Drive, East Freetown “A friend may well be reckoned the masterpiece of nature.” DECA 3, 4 Marty’s . . . ambition is to own a clothes shop and live in a country-house somewhere in New England. She likes sunny, fall days, Christmas and dislikes conceited people and big crowds. William Lafountain Quanapoag Road, East Freetown “He who does as he pleases has no headaches.” DECA 3, 4 104 Louise Lawrence 35 Narrows Rd., Assonet “Each day is the only one of its kind. " Field Hockey 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, — manager; Pep Club 1, 2; Ski Club 1, 2, 3; French Club 1 Little Breeze’s friends think she’s funny. She loves all Aerosmiths’ songs and when she’s 30 she expects to be alive and rich. She likes a good party and happy people but dislikes school. Her craziest moment in school was when she was in a demonstration in the cafeteria for a smoking lounge. Dennis Le Comte Hawes Dr., East Freetown “. . . and seem a saint, when most 1 play a devil.” Bone . . . likes concerts, swimming, and being with Mike. She hates clicks. Her ambition is to become an Executive Secretary. When she’s sad she wants to be with Mike. At 30, she expects to be married and have 2 kids. Donna Lecuyer Quanapoag Rd., East Freetown “Imagination is as good as many voyages.” French Club 1; Pep Club 1; Choir 1; Donna’s favorite place is just about anywhere with Dave. She likes mountains and Chinese food, while disliking onions and school. To live and be happy is her ambition. Richard Levesque “The foremost man of all this world.” Basketball 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Capt. 4 ; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Fleas 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff Rick’s . . . favorite place is up north where he can do some fishing and some hunting. He dislikes making out (blurbs that is) and throwing up at football camp. When he’s thirty he expects to be “all set”. Rick’s ambition is to make himself happy. Laurel Lincoln 108 Main Street, Lakeville “About the woodlands I will go.” Class secretary 1; Jr. Cheerleader — co-capt. 1; Varsity Cheerleader 2; Future Teachers 1; Ski Club 1, 2; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Student Council 2, 3, 4 — V. Pres. 3; Spanish Club — V. Pres. 2; Student Gov. Day Rep. 3; Senior Class Rep. to School Committee 4; Yearbook 4 Linda Linton Clear Pond Road, Lakeville “The fewer illusions 1 have about myself or the world around me, the better company I am for myself.” Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; Yearbook 4 Linda’s favorite things are the wind, the “National Lampoon”, good music, plants, warped humour, and Chilean chickens that lay colored eggs. Babysitting, having her plants die and getting up before the sun are Linda’s dislikes. Her favorite place is Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk in Siberia and “Wayfaring Stranger” is her favorite song. She hopes to find happiness by the time she’s thirty and to be happily unmarried and touring Europe. Robert Lougee 10 Keith Ave., Lakeville “If at first you don’t succeed, forget it!” Yearbook 4 Bob . . . likes cars, food and girls but not necessarily in that order! His ambition is to be a machinist or a Baker. His favorite place is his car. • Robert Lucas 337 Kingman Street, Lakeville “The heart of man is the place in which the devil dwells; I feel sometimes a devil dwells within myself.” Cross-country 1, 2, 3; Track 1 Timothy Lyons Chase Rd., East Freetown “To know him well is to like him better.” Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. “Tippy” likes Opel GT’s, basketball and spending large amounts of money. Tippy dislikes getting up early. His favorite place is the middle of nowhere. His ambition is to set his own goals and to reach them. His craziest moment in school was when he walked into Mr. Coite’s Chem-Phys. Class in his Junior Year. “Janet! Not Now.” Sherri MacNeil Main St., Lakeville “Tis better to love one man lots than to love lots of men little.” Spanish Club 2 Sherri . . . likes pizza, motorcycles, and most of all her “Mac”, and dislikes homework, curfews, super- vision, and pepper on pizza. Her favorite place is anywhere with Mac and when she’s 30 she hopes to be the mother of 3 children. Theresa Maltais 342 Taunton St., Lakeville “Blessed is she who expects nothing for she shall never be disappointed.” “A day for toil, an hour for sport, but for a friend is life too short.” Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1; Pep Club 1, 2; French Club 1, treasurer; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; treasurer 4; Leaders Club 2, 3, 4; President 4 “Mac” likes sports, especially softball and winning champsionships. She dislikes snobs, and striking out. Her friends think she ' s crazy and when she’s 30 she expects to oe absolutely nowhere. Susan Macomber Howland Rd., Assonet Mary Ann Mansfield Middleboro Road, East Freetown “Art is nothing more than a shadow of humanity.” Choir 4 Mary . . . when sad. likes to get a bit of inspiration from a friend. She likes fall weather, windy days and sketching outdoors, while she dislikes getting up at six o’clock on cold mornings to go to school. Her ambition is to be successful and happy at the same time. When she’s thirty she expects to have a career in some field of art. Robert Mann 50 Clear Pond Road, Lakeville “He drinks to the joy of the general table.” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1 Manny . . . likes the Allman Brothers and his favorite place is West Baldwin, Maine. Karin Marshman County Road, East Freetown “She who lives contented possesses everything.” “Gigi’s” craziest moment in school was seventh period. Her favorite song is “Having My Baby” and when she’s sad she’ll go in a little corner and cry. Her likes are finally graduating, summer days, and animals, and her dislikes are teachers and getting up at 6 o’clock to come to school. As she would say, “Oh what a bummer!” Valerie Mattos County Street, Lakeville “It is a wonderful seasoning of all enjoyments to think of those we love.” Spanish Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Business Club 2 Pres. 3 — Treas.; Junior Council 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Honor Society 4 When “Val” is thirty she expects to be happilv married with kids and plenty of money. She likes the song “Hummingbird” anS has an ambition to be a legal secretary. Her craziest moment in school was when she played jacks in the cafeteria. Val likes Chucky, yellow gremlins, and quiet evenings at home eating pizza. You been to Whatsa Matter U? Best of luck at Bryant College. “What is life without a little fun.” Choir 1, 2. 3, 4; Senior Council 4 Stephen Maynard Bedford Street, Lakeville When “Sam” is thirty he expects to be rich and famous. When sad, he thinks about things while taking walks in the woods but you might find him at his favorite place — the sand dunes on a windy day. He likes swimming and nature, but dislikes getting up before ten o’clock, school and writing blurbs! Debra McAssey 28 Second Avenue, Lakeville “To eat, drink and be merry.” National Honor Society 3, 4 Deb . . . likes a good party and a car that runs. Hates stuck-up and noisy people. She wants to lead an interesting life. Her craziest moment was when she fell out of the chair the first period of the second day of school. Stephen McManus 139 Main Street, Lakeville “Nothing can bring you peace but yourself.” Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 2, 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Tennis 4 “Mac” . . . Likes Heineken and parties but dislikes Mr. Berry. His ambition is to someday own a Heineken brewery and live in Colombia. He is most likely to be found on a picnic table. Paul Meleedy Bedford Street, Lakeville “Being sneaky is the only way of enjoying yourself.” Cross Country 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2 “Speedy” . . . likes concerts, parties and girls but dislikes wise underclassmen, nosey people, and work. His favorite song is “Best of My Love” and his favorite place is McDonald’s. His friends think he’s never in a bad mood — that’s probably because when he’s sad he goes partying. Alan Medeiros 78 Porter St., Acushnet “Satan finds some mischief still, for the idle hands to do.” Basketball 4 Big A1 . . . likes girls with long hair, fixed up cars and vans. He dislikes crabby people. His ambition is to live a long life and travel. His favorite place is scramblin around Acushnet or Fairhaven. Getting in trouble was his craziest moment in school. His favorite saying is “How’s it going?” Timothy Mello Middleboro Rd. East Freetown “A man always has two reasons for doing anything — A good reason and the real reason.” Honor Society 1, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff Timba . . . likes friends, music and snow. He dislikes Chem. — Phys. II with Mr. La. His ambition is to stay alive and when he’s 30 he expects to be a mad doctor. When he’s sad he listens to music and his favorite place is where people are friendly. Mary Moquin Vaughn St. Lakeville “Its nice to be natural when one is so naturally nice.” Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses 2, 3, 4; Sec.-Treas. 4; Majorettes 3, 4; Co-Capt. 4; Mary — likes twirling, guys with dark hair and hairy legs, and Italian food, but hates chocolate doughnuts and gossiping. Mary’s ambition is to have a happy home and to be a good nurse. You can find Mary almost any place, with a special someone. Her most embarassing moment was when she fell down in front of Bill at the seventh grade soc-hop. Oh ! : !!! Richard Montplaisir 61 North Main St. Assonet “Life is a pleasant institution; let us take it as it comes.” DECA 4 Michael Moraux 8 Randall St., Acushnet “An amateur is good, but if you’re like me you’re a professional.” J.V. Basketball 1 Mike’s ambition is to go to California. His favorite place is his car and his craziest moment is when he brought a school lunch. Mike’s favorite song is “Funcky Pretty” and he says his friends think he’s crazy. Linda Morrill Howland Rd., Lakeville “Snap, Vim, and Pep, she’ll always keep in step.” Moanalva Intermediate 1; Student Council 1; Pep Club 2, 3-Treas. 4-Pres; French Club 2; Basketball 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Senior Council 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Choir 4 Linda . . . likes football and basketball games, Seekonk Speedway, orange sherbet and people with a really good sense of humor. She dislikes fudge and people who couldn’t care less. Linda likes to listen to “The Night Chicago Died.” She is a little undecided about the future right now. Robert Morse 832 Wistepia Road, Lakeville “Where all think alike, no one thinks very much at all.” Bob . . . likes people. He also likes art, playing his guitar, and reading his Bible. His favorite place is the mountains and all songs by Neil Young and Yes. When Bob’s sad he turns to thoughts of love. His favorite saying is “Life is like a garden, what you plant is what you reap.” Dawn Motta North Main Street, Assonet “She scatters enjoyment wherever she goes.” Pep Club 1; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 pres. 4; Leader’s Club 1, 2, 3 vice-pres. 4; Gymnastics program 1; Varsity Softball 1, 2, 3 capt. 4 Varsity Field Hockey 1, 3, capt. 4 When Dawn is thirty she expects to be far away from Apponequet; which explains her ambition to graduate from Apponequet. She likes pizza, hamburgers, and guys with hairy legs and mustaches, and dislikes stuck-up people and being beaten by “Westies.” A smile helps brighten anybody’s day! Marie Muir 248 Middleboro Rd., East Freetown “Let my gentleness, my strong enforcement be.” Photography Club 1; Fleas 1, 2; Field Hockey 1, 2; Spanish Club 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Pres. 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Ski Club 4; Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Fan Club 4. Marie . . . likes books, music and watching Basil Rathbone in old movies, but dislikes people who ask her, ‘Who is Basil Rathbone?’ Her craziest moment in school was sitting under the table in the Library with David and Cindy, protesting against protesting. Her favorite place is the theatre and her favorite song is “The Ragtime Dance”. Her friends think she’s undefinable. Janice Nepini Precinct St. Lakeville “Nature knows best, and she says roar!” Ski Club 1, 2; Library Aide 1; Pep Club 1; Fleas 1; Field Hockey 2, 3; Basketball Mgr. 2, 3; Softball Mgr. 2; Varsity Club 3, 4; Leaders Club 4. Greaser . . . likes chocolate chip ice cream, friends and skiing, while she dislikes phony people and an empty gas tank. When she’s sad she usually cries, then gets out of the house and buys something new. When she’s thirty she expects to be married to Brian and living in Vermont. Judith Nicholes County Rd., Lakeville “A dreamer of dreams.” " Fred’s” craziest moment in school was when she was sent to the office for having a tuna fish fight in the cafeteria. Michael Nicolan 113 Richmond St., Assonet Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Chefs Plus 2, 3; Appono — Chefs. 3. “Nick” . . . likes food and friendly people while he dislikes know-it-alls and snobs. His ambition is to be a chef. William Nunes 80 Main Street, Lakeville “I am what I am.” Billy . , . likes snow and ice-skating. His favorite song is " Smoke on the Water.” When he’s sad, he gets mad. Karl . . . loves partying with good friends. He likes listening to the Blues but hates filling out forms. His craziest moment was when the “Freaks” and the “Sports Boys” were going to have the big showdown. “The price of wisdom is above rubies.” Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Ski Club 1, 2 Karl Nielsen County Road, Lakeville Richard Nuttall Gerard Ave., East Freetown “The craftsman, who his work is known.” Freak . . . enjoys parties but dislikes Bubs. His ambition is to be a tool and die maker and to travel. When Freak is sad he likes to be alone and take long walks. He says his friends think he’s insane. Lawrence O’Brien 226 Main St., Acushnet “He who invented work should have finished it!” Larry . . . likes parties, sleeping and beer. He dislikes school lunches and telephone poles???? Larry’s ambition is to tour the U.S. and his favorite place is Pope Park. His friends think he’s nuts. Jane Osborne Taunton St. Lakeville “A tiny star that gleams like gold.” Pep Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 1 Jane . . . likes camping with friends and sailing, while she dislikes people who are hung up on material things. Her favorite place is the beach at night and a certain island m Maine. To get the most out of her- self and do things she never thought she could do, is Jane’s ambition. James O’Shea 137 Main St. Lakeville “Quiet — Until his friends come along.” Cross Country 3, 4; Varsity Club 3 Ozzy’s ambition is to be a musician, so when he’s 30 he expects to be a rock star. When sad he’ll listen to the stereo, and his favorite place is San Diego. He dislikes waiting for something that he wants badly, but likes flying and “Black Sabbath” . . . “Oh Wow!” Brian Parmenter Reservoir Rd. Lakeville “Be always sure you’re right — then go ahead.” Ski Club 1; Choir 1 B.P.’s ambition is to live in Taylor City, New Hampshire with his wife. He likes skiing, cold weather, and living with Patty. His friends think he is a lucky guy. Joyce Papes Matawa Lane Lakeville “Her time is forever, everywhere is her place.” Oxford Jr. High Band 1; Explorer 1; Jr. Honor Society 1; John F. Kennedy High Band Sec. 2; Girls Swim team 2; Explorer Sec. — Treas. 2; Drama 2; Calif Scholastic Fed. Stow Senior High Band 3; Pep Band 3; Chess Club 3; Hudson High Band 3; Bible Study 3; Apponequet High Band 4; Choir 4; National Honor Society 4; French Club 4 Pumpkin . . . likes to sip champagne by candlelight while listening to “A Time for Us” with the scent of roses in the air. She treasures good friends which is why she hates to move. She likes the beach and the woods. When she’s sad she goes to her room and talks to herself Her craziest momemt was when she hit her Biology teacher on the head with a book. Her friends think she’s worldly . . . BANANAS!!! James Parquette Rhode Island Rd., Lakeville Leslie Patasini Lakeside Avenue, Lakeville “For all we know of what the blessed do above, is that they sing, and that they love.” French Club 1, 3; Language Lab. Tech. 1; Pep Club 2, 3; Senior Council Yearbook Staff 4; Choir 4 Les . . . likes considerate people who show they care but dislikes two-faced people. Her favorite place is in the gym and her favorite song is “I honestly love you” Les’s ambition is to be a mother and a farmer. Oh Really!!! “I hate the sin but I love the sinner.” Football 2 Jimmy . . . likes Terry Reynolds and hates school. His ambition is to race motorcycles. Jim’s favorite place is New York State and when he is 30 he expects to be an old man. Jeffrey Perry Gramp Dean RD. Assonet “Money over mind and matter, but not before love.” Track 1, 2 Myron . . . expects to be retired at 30, he likes money and friendly girls. Jeff dislikes stuck-up girls and poverty. His favorite song is “Rockin’ Roll Lullaby.” “What a day.” Janet Peck North Precinct St., Lakeville J.V. Cheerleader 1; J.V, Softball 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2 Janet’s ambition is to travel. She likes a good party, a full moon, and a big warm fireplace with Phil. She dislikes stuck-up people and when she’s 30 she expects to be married. Her favorite Place is in the mountains of New Hampshire and when she’s sad she’ll cry, then take a long walk by herself. “Your kidding.” Mi F “Able to corrupt a saint” Julie Pineault County Road, Lakeville Ski Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1; Field Hockey 2 “Juls,” likes taking it easy, beer, partying, walking in a blizzard, and fixing Mr. Duseault’s tie, and let’s not forget Rick. Julie hates school, rules, cops, and pain (piercing her ears?) Her ambition in life is to become a nun??!! Juls can be found anywhere, for everywhere can be her favorite place. Her friends think she’s flippy and a spacey chick! I Cindy Pittsley Middleboro Rd, East Freetown “What is life without a little fun” Field Hockey 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Future Nurses 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; Ski Club 2; Deca (pres) 4 Ethel Pittsley to work with animals. Her 116 “. . . And the meek shall inherit the earth.” Ethel likes animals and cooking. She enjoys the country and someday hopes favorite song is “Having My Baby.” When Ethel’s sad she gets depressed. David Place 70 Quanapoag Rd East Freetown “Always pretend to be good and even God will be fooled.” Marne 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 1, 2; Senior Class Play 2; Semsba 2, 3; S. E. District 3; “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown.” 3; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Fan Club 4 (President) David likes being alive and dislikes being dead. His ambition is to be ambitionless. His favorite place is Satori. His craziest moment is 10:47 a.m. and he says Beatrice will know what he means. When he’s 30 he expects to be older than he is now. When he gets sad his ears turn green and he breaths fire. His favorite saying is the Preamble of the U.S. Constitution. Judy Poole 138 County Rd. East Freetown “The happiest business in the world is that of making friends.” Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Softball 1, 2, 4; Ski Club 1; Future Teachers 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1; Leaders Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 Jude likes soda, pizza, tango and good looking guys — doesn’t go for snobby guys or marching on the football field. She plans to be a Phys. Ed. teacher. Her favorite place is outside playing sports. At sad times she listens to John Denver. Annie Ramos 3 Spring Hill Ave., East Freetown “Full of fun and mischief too, doing things she shouldn’t do.” Field Hockey 2; Future Nurses 3, 4; Pep Club 3; DECA 4 Jill Reed Twin Oaks Lakeville “Giggle and the world giggles with you.” Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Semsba 1, 3; S.E. District 2 Jill’s favorite place is Pine Bluff. Her ambition is to see the world and be happy. She likes music, walking in the rain, and TOM!! and she dislikes being hassled. Her craziest moment in school was sitting at the picnic tables in the fog first period. Phillip Reynolds Chipaway Road, East Freetown “I believe in no man’s opinions; I have some of my own.” James Rezendes Chipaway Road, East Freetown “Let pride go afore, shame will follow after.” Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4, Football 3, 4 Rez . . . likes sports and hates math. His ambition is to become a school teacher. Jim’s favorite place is in the gym. He says the craziest moment was when he dressed up for the 50’s dance as a greaser. Jim’s favorite song is “Stairway to Heaven”, and he says his friends think he’s crazy. 1 I Kenneth Rodney Rezendes Sammy’s Lane, Assonet “A winning way, a pleasing smile, dressed so neat, and quite in style.” Football 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; P.E. Major 3, 4; Varsity Club 4 Rod . . . likes hunting and girls, especially M.H. He hates dances and his favorite place is New Hamp- shire. His favorite song is “Levon” When Rod is thirty he expects to be a boss in construction. When he’s mad he throws things and his favorite saying is. “Whatever turns you on.” Ann Marie Reznekervitz High Street, Assonet “Very little is needed to make a happy life.” Annie . . . likes riding, sailing and Chinese food. She dislikes snobby people and rainy days. Her ambition is to help others find happiness. Her favorite place is on the cape on a warm sunny day. Her friends think she’s too quiet. Jeffrey Robert Forge Road, Assonet “Live all you can, it’s a mistake not to.” 4 Mark Robert 14 Crompton St., Acushnet “Rest is for the dead.” Basketball 1, 4; Traffic Squad 2; Track 3, 4. “Mark” likes long overnight parties with some good people (GOOD People?) The only thing he dislikes is classes. His favorite place is at Pope Park with the long remembrances of some good times. When he’s thirty he expects to be married but plans to lead a different life than his parents. His favorite song is “Stairway to Heaven.” Almost getting caught smoking (what?) by Mr. Greeson was his craziest moment in school. When he’s sad he either talks to someone about it, or goes for a long walk by himself Frederick Roscow Lakeview Heights, Lakeville “I hurry not, neither do I worry.” Hockey 3 Ricky hopes to be rich and famous when he’s thirty. He likes to sleep and looks forward to school vacations. Ricky can often be caught saying “What’s happening?” David Rousseau 25 Rounsevell Drive, East Freetown “I want to be happy and free, living and loving is for me.” Junior National Honor Society 1, Pres. 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; French Club 1; Track 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; CSF 1, 3; Cross Country 2, Capt. 3, 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; “The Rooster’s” friends think he’s ahead of his time. When he’s thirty he expects to be bald (but happy and content), and his ambition is to become an optometrist. He likes Jethro Tull, cross-country, a good concert, and being with Deb; but he dislikes running quarters for Coach Looney and tunafish. “Wanna get punched?” V » Thomas Roussell 35 Simpson Lane, Assonet “Music washes away, from the soul, the dust of everyday life.” I I Leonard Sameiro 1094 Main St., Acushnet ‘Hell is paved with good intentions.” 120 Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3; Stage Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Tribesman 1, 2, 3; Jr. National Honor Society 1; FLEAS 1; SEMSBA 2, 3; Southeast District 3. “Tom” likes Jill and music but doesn’t like the older generation. His ambition is to marry Jill. P.B. is his favorite place and his favorite song is “Tm Gonna Love You Just a Little Bit More, Baby.” When he’s thirty he wants to be retired. He can always be found saying, “Oh Yeah!” Nancy Ruest Twin Oaks, Lakeville “Beauty is the gift of God.” Field Hockey 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2; Choir 1, 2; Debra Sampson Main Street, Lakeville “A good heart’s worth gold.” Business Club 2; Bowling League 3. Edward Sayers South Main Street, Assonet “My eyes make pictures, when they are shut.” Senior Council 4. Big Ed . . . likes blondes with blue eyes (but he’s not fussy and would take brown-eyed blondes) Yamahas, and snowmobiling, while he dislikes people who are mean or disrespectful to others, and Mr. La’s chem. phys. classes. Ed’s not sure of what he wants to do but maybe an officer in the air force or navy. His craziest moment was riding a tractor through school. “Right on!” Walter Scholz County Rd., Lakeville “All women are the same when the lights are out.” Football 1, 2, 4; Band 1; Choir 2; Track 4. Eva Shaw Cross Street, Lakeville “I hate nobody, I am in love with the world.” French Club 1, 4; Honor Society 1, 2, 4; Choir 1, 2, 4; S. E. District 4; Senior Play: MAME 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 4; Yearbook Editor 4; Rotary Exchange 3. Eva . . . appreciates the beauty of nature and of other people, she dislikes litter bugs and doing housework (nobody likes that, either, right?! ). Her ambition in life is to follow the path before her and to live her life to its fullest. Eva’s favorite place is Martha’s Vineyard and she likes to listen to “Bridge Over Troubled Water”, by Simon and Garfunkel. Her happiest moment, by the way, was doing a puppet show for Mr. Jorgensen. Eva turns quiet when she’s sad. When she gets to the age of thirty, she hopes to be as happy as she is right now. Her friends think she’s predictably unpredictable. “Oh Brother!” Jerald Shing 60 Clear Pond Road, Lakeville “The power of thought — the magic of the mind.” Student Council 1; Junior National Honor Society 1, 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Band 1, 2. David Shore 14 Parkhurst Drive, Lakeville “Small deeds done are better than great deeds planned.” Basketball 2; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4. “Dave” likes Karen, water skiing, playing tennis, snow, sailing, hot summer days, outdoor parties and Aerosmith. He dislikes mowing the lawn and two-faced people. To get rich is Dave’s ambition. His favorite place is on the beach listening to “Wind Up.” When he’s thirty he hopes to be single but if he’s married, it’s okay. When he’s sad he thinks about Karen or takes a long walk in the woods. “Don’t do anything I wouldn’t do, but if you do, name it after me.” Thomas Simmons Rhode Island Road, Lakeville “He wears the world’s universal smile.” DECA-treas. 4. “Tom” likes meeting people, traveling, music, and Motocross; he dislikes being bored, though. “After Midnight” by Eric Clapton is his favorite song and his favorite places are Cape Cod, New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont. Tom’s ambition is to be able to do what he wants. When he’s thirty he hopes to be happy. His craziest moments in school were the ninth, tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades. Tom says the less you see of your friends, the more you appreciate them. Sheryle Silvia Churchhill Shores, Lakeville “A lovely being scarcely molded, a rose with all its sweetest leaves yet folded.” Orchestra 1, 2; Spanish Club 2. “Sher” likes art and a good concert, but dislikes Spanish and orchestra. When she’s sad she’ll think of something that will make her happy so she’ll be happy and sad at the same time. Her favorite place is down the beach and her friends think she’s quiet (but she’s not! ) Karen Singleton 45 Mason Road, East Freetown “Not as quiet as she seems to be.” Field Hockey 1, 2; French Club 1; Bowling Team 3. “Karen” likes Mike, hamburgers, and french fries. She hates stuck-up girls and flirts. Her ambition is to get out of A.H.S. Karen’s favorite place is Chez Rene. At 30, she expects to be away from here. Stephen Slaman “My thoughts are my companions. ' Russell Southworth Kevin Drive, Assonet ‘A man never knows what he can do until he tries to undo what he has done.” Sharon L. Souza 25 Point of Pines Road, East Freetown “A friend is worth all hazards we can run.” French Club 1; Junior National Honor Society 1, 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Spanish Club, 4-Pres.; Yearbook Staff 4, “Sha” likes pizza, friendly dogs, The Osmonds and John Denver. She dislikes violence and heartless people. Sharon’s ambition in life is to become a successful fashion designer. Her favorite place is on her raft with her favorite people, and she likes the song by John Denver called “Rhymes and Reasons.” When she’s thirty she hopes to be as happy as she is now. When she’s sad she loses her appetite, but not for long! Sharon’s friends think she’s unique and she is often found saying, “Hola!” Mary Ann Sutherland Bedford Street, Lakeville “She’s a thoroughbred; She’s nothing else and we’ve got the papers to prove it!” Mare . . . likes horses, Jerry Lewis Movies, and the Little Rascals, while she (of course) dislikes people who don’t like horses. To complete a two year course at the Spanish Riding Academy in Vienna, Austria is her ambition. Meeting Joyce Allison was her craziest moment in school, while her favorite song is “Let It Be”, by the Beatles. “That’s the nastiest remark I ever HOID!” Lindy Swimm Mayflower Road, Lakeville “Her laughter shakes the skies.” Field Hockey 1; Pep Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 1, 2; Choir 3, 4. Lindy likes art, music, and animals, but dislikes rules and regulations. Her favorite place is running free in a big field picking wild flowers. Her ambition is to be able to go wherever she wants, whenever she wants, and have the $ to do it. Richard Tavares County Street, Lakeville “Music is well said to be the greatest speech of all.” Stage Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Spanish Club (president) 1; Baseball 2, 3; Band Manager 3; Band President 4. Casanova . . . likes working on a farm and going to fairs in the summer, but dislikes going to school and two-faced people. He hopes to someday be living with Kathy on a farm. His favorite place is Plympton. Right Rick? George Tassara Middleboro Rd., East Freetown “Women like silent men . . . (they think they’re listening)’’ Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3; “Kurt Vounegut” — Sr. Fan Club 4. Francis Tees 62 Rhode Island Rd., Lakeville “The man that blushes is not quite a brute” Golf 1 Fran likes taking a girl to a movie, but dislikes people who think they’re better than other people. Fran enjoys growing trees and raising animals. His favorite place is in his car. Thomas Terra Myricks Street, Lakeville “Life is made for living so let’s live it” Track 1; Cross Country 2, 3 Tom ... is happiest when riding his motorcycle and being with his friends. He likes going to concerts and bowling. Tom hates doing homework. His favorite song is “Stairway to Heaven” and he is always caught saying “No Really?” Tom’s ambition is to make alot of money. Marie Ann Therrien 23 Mason Road, East Freetown “Friendship is love without her wings” Pep Club 1, 2, 4; French Club 1; Yearbook Staff 4 Tracey especially dislikes peas and people who stare at her but really likes places like Pennsylvania and Horseneck Beach. She hopes someday to be wealthy and happily married and maybe tour the U.S. in her red firebird. Right Tracey? She can be found most often with some friends or saying, “What was I gonna say?” Doreen Thew Captain’s Way, Lakeville “Born with the gift of laughter” Ski Club 1 Doe . . . when thirty, expects to be living in her own house. When sad, she’ll cry. Her ambition is to be a good wife ancl mother. She likes driving, shopping, and parties, but dislikes being lectured and getting up early. Joyce Thorell Southworth Street, Lakeville “Peace is the happy natural state of man.” Pep Club 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4. Joyce likes farms, music, and Kenny, and dislikes cement cities and the establishment. “Ya, right.” Her ambition is to make the most out of life and when she’s thirty she expects to be happy. Patricia Thorley Rhode Island Road, Lakeville “We do not remember days, we remember moments.” Junior National Honor Society 1, 2; National Honor Society 3, 4 (Sec.); Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. “Patti” likes swimming, driving, Chicago, and being herself and she dislikes slow drivers and two-faced people. Patti’s ambition is to become a nurse. Her favorite place is Colorado, and she enjoys listening to “Sunshine on my Shoulders.” Barry Tinkham Bedford Street, Lakeville “Experience is not what happens to you; it is what you do with what happens to you.” Susan Torren Taunton Street, Lakeville “Happiness is worth more than all the brilliant things.” J.V. Cheerleader 1; Varsity Cheerleader 2; Ski Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Choir 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Rep. 2; Sandpiper 4; District 4. “Coach” loves Scott, skiing, and her dog Billy. She dislikes onions and snobby people. She can be found anywhere with Scott. Her craziest moment was when she was thrown into the boys’ shower. Her favorite song is “Make it With You” by Bread. Michael Vickery Main Street, Lakeville “Work fascinates me — I could sit and watch others do it all day.” Cynthia Turner Vaghn Street, Lakeville “Knowledge is a treasure, but practice is the key to it.” “Sid” . . . likes clear autumn days, climbing mountains and babies, but really hates being called Sid and people making fun of other people. Her ambition is to find serenity. Sid’s favorite place is Quebec City. Her craziest moment was playing Mod Squad on the sidewalk with George and Dave. “Good Grief.” Gerald Velozo Simpson Lane, Assonet “I am not in the role of common men.” Football 1, 3, 4 — tri-captain 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Honor Society 1, 2; FLEAS 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; P. E. Major 3, 4. Jerry likes hamburgers, linguica and sports, while he dislikes picking girls up for a date, and Mr. Drinkwater. His ambitions is to become rich and live on a mountain. His favorite song is “I Got You Babe”. When Jerry’s thirty he expects to be single and well off. His friends THINK he’s moody (but we all KNOW he’s moody! ). Lynn Ann Vigers Bedford Street, Lakeville “I try not to make the angels cry.” Pep Club 1, 2; Jr. Honor Society 1, 2; Choir 1, 2, 3 — V. President 4; J. V. Cheerleader 1; Spanish Club 1, 2; Sandpipers 2, 3, 4; Sr. Honor Society 3, 4; Senior Council 4; Traffic Squad 4 Vig’s favorite place is in the mountains on a cold day with Bruce. Lynn likes going to McDonald’s, picnics, and listening to music, especially “I Honestly Love You”. By the time she’s thirty she hopes to be a wife and mother; Honest to God? And “Vig” says that snobby people and fast cars are a definite “no — no”. Kevin Ward 296 Taunton Street, Lakeville “What harm in drinking can there be, since punch and life so well agree?” Baseball 1, 2, 4. Kevin likes sports, girls, cold weather, and good parties. But he dislikes all types of work. Right Kevin? He’s most likely to be found at New Symerna Beach. Kevin’s ambition is to be successful. When he’s thirty he hopes to be all settled down and halfway retired. When he’s sad he likes to be by himself. Pamela Watts Rhode Island Road, Lakeville “She is modest, but not bashful; free and easy, but not bold.’ Janet Webb 7 Allen Street, East Freetown “Silence has been given to woman to better express her thoughts.” National Honor Society 4; Senior Council 4. Janet’s favorite place is Mystic, Connecticut. Her favorite song is, “Can’t Get Enough of Your Love,” and when she’s thirty she expects to be older and a little wiser. When sad she goes to quiet places and thinks about how she wishes she could change her life. She dislikes tests, gym, and riding the bus, but likes french fries, rainy days, and popcorn. David White 86 Keene Road, Acushnet “I survived that trouble, so likewise, I must survive this one.” “D.W. " likes to work but dislikes school lunches. His ambition is to be a volunteer fireman and expects to be rich when he gets a little older. His favorite place is home listening to his favorite song, the theme from the Sting. W ' hen he is sad he gets angry. His friends think he’s tall. Deanna Wilbur Chace Road, East Freetown “Silence sweeter than speech.” Pep Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 1, 2. Dee . . . likes to travel, eat, drive and to be with Dave. She, however, dislikes messy things and crabby people. You can find her almost anywhere with Dave. When she’s thirty she expects to be the happiest person in the whole wide world. Dee’s craziest moment in school was when she tripped on her own feet going up the stairs. “Wicked!” Ge orge Wilkinson 1 1 Gurney Road, East Freetown “Crash, Bang, Boom, George is in the Room.” Cross-Country 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3. Bo likes tennis, music, and concerts, but dislikes homework and school lunches. His favorite place is Horseneck and his favorite song is “Tin Man”. Jacklyn Witkos Middleboro Road, East Freetown “There lies alot of mischief beneath thy mild exterior.” Pep Club 1; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 — treasurer 3; Yearbook Staff 4. Jackie . . . likes rainy days, Jerry Lewis Movies, Cat Stevens and Joni Mitchell. Her friends think she’s “touched”, and it’s probable because her ambition is to sell balloons on the side of the road with Jerry S. Her favorite place is Yuzhno — Sakhalinsh in Siberia and her craziest moment in school was wearing the “creature” feet with Kathy. When thirty, Jackie expects to be happily UNmarried and touring Europe. Patricia Wood Elm Street, Assonet “I don’t know where I’m going, but I’m on my way.” Pep Club 1, 2; Field Hoekey 2; Future Nurses 3, 4. Pat likes having a good time doing things like skiing, going away for a weekend and being happy. She also likes payday and eating at McDonald’s. She hates moody people, getting up before 11:00 a.m., and going to school. Her ambition is to travel and to be happy in anything she decides to do. Her favorite pastime is sitting on top of Profile Rock and listening to anything by Chicago. When Patty’s thirty she expects to be happily married. She tells us she tripped up the bus steps the first day of school. When Pat’s sad, she cries and turns to a close friend. Donna Worster County Road, East Freetown “The path of duty was the way to glory. " French Club 1; FLEAS 1, 2; Field Hockey 2, 3; Pep Club 1; DECA 4. Donna . . . likes Bob, horseback riding, steak, and camping, but dislikes school and noisy people. She expects to be very rich because she hopes she will never have to work. Denise Wright Crooked Lane, Lakeville “Music is well said to be the speech of angels.” Jr. National Honor Society 1, 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1; Accompaniest for Sandpipers and Tribesmen 1, 2, 3. Patricia L. Zuber 12 Chase Road, East Freetown “I’m so excited 1 can’t breathe! " J.V. Cheerleader 1; Pep Club 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1; Field Hockey 2, 3; Leaders Club 2, 3; National Honor Society 3; Future Nurses Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4. “Pat " likes McDonald’s and having a good time but dislikes school lunches and the blue car. Pat’s ambition is to be an R.N. Her craziest moment in school was watching a fire out of the girls’ room window in Mrs. Hackett’s class. Pat likes all of Chicago’s songs and would rather be with people who make her smile than be sad. " Come on” is what Pat says to most anything you tell her. David Wynne 1242 No. Main St., Acushnet “Let not your head be troubled.” Traffic Squad 2; Track 3, 4. “Winner” likes motorcycles, cars, and beer. His ambition is to be a first class machinist and engineer. Winner’s favorite place is Pine Hill and his favorite song is “Ramblin’ Man.” When he’s thirty he expects to be rich, married, and retired. “To each his own.” Amal ia Torrico — La Paz, Bolivia I am Amalia Torrico from La Paz, Bolivia. La Paz is the highest capital in the world. It is nice and pretty and the weather is always warm. I can’t compare Lakeville to La Paz because Lakeville is a town and La Paz is a big city. Anyway, I like Lakeville, school, English and the American people. The only things I hate is the school bus and lunch in the cafeteria. Debra Egger Highland Rd., Lakeville Ski Club 1, 3; Spanish Club 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2; Band 2, 3; Honor Society 1, 2, 3; Tennis Team 3; Rotary Student Exchange 4 Debby Egger is currently spending her senior year in La Paz, Bolivia as a Rotary Exchange Student from Lakeville. Judging from the letters that her family and friends have received, it appears that she is in love with her new home. She finds the Bolivians to be a friendly, fun-loving people in a beautiful country. Debby says that life with her adopted family is just great. Thus far Debby’s experience in Bolivia has been very interesting and rewarding. With the broadening of her horizons no doubt she has matured a great deal. Although we miss her in this, our last year at Apponequet, we are pleased that she is enjoying her year abroad. Raul Jose Roberto Occhini Rua Oliveira Alves 56, Apt. 21 Ipiranga, Sao Paulo-04210 Sao Paulo, Brasil “Ralph” enjoys the United States and hopes to come here again, maybe to study. He has happily experienced Ralph’s, Maine, New York and American Bridges. “My two homes are very much alike,” he says, “except here the winters are always cold and winter sports are difficult. Life here seems unhurried.” “Two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions, on a sesame street band! Oh Wendy, I don’t understand!?!” 131 ts « MOST ATHLETIC MOST MASCULINE EEMININE tim dawn “Ra,ra,ree - Kick ’em in the knee. Ra,ra,rass — Kick ’em in the other knee! " tim mona “Me Tarzan, you Jane. ' CLASS COUPLE tom jill “Caught ya — red handed! ' 134 TALLEST SHORTEST mike rhonda “I’m taller than I’m chalked up to be.’ CLASS CLOWNS tara ken “No problem, we’ll get around it somehow.” 135 BEST ALL-AROUND 7TS5RT ' -iflBSVr- ' tir " ; ' - ' chucky nancy “You’re a real doll, Nance.” MOST TALKATIVE bob valeric “And the operator said 40c more” . . . wally nancy margie frank " A picture is worth a thousand words. " “What a funny place to put a handkerchief. BEST LOOKING MOST EASILY EMBARRASSED BIGGEST APPETITE 137 linda rick " Little Bo Peep come blow your horn . . BEST DRESSED tracy and jeff “The CLASS of ’75” •-AKERS CLUB MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT tyne and linda “It’s not whether you win or lose, it’s how many points you get.” MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED jerry eva “They were right . . . It’s a real jungle out there!” FRIENDLIEST lynn greg “Smile and the whole world smiles with you.” % CLASS OPPOSITES MOST MECHANICAL cindy tom “One man’s drink is another man’s poison.” rick janet “A nuttall, a peck and a wrench around the neck.” MERRIEST LAUGH MOST RADICAL dave Sarah “Would you please rise and face the flag. jane jay “He who laughs last laughs best.” BEST STUDENT BODY CLASS FLIRTS rick robin Now that ' s what you call a good trade-in! karleen Steve “We’ve got to stop meeting like this! ' Remember When . . . We had the October 5th senior car wash? We had all the parties? We had someone named Burney-Gurnski? We all went to the mall on Friday nights? Kevin, Greg, Tom, and Brad streaked? We had the sock-hops? All the girls had to wear dresses to school? We had to put gum on our nose in Mr. Piasecki’s class? Jane and Laurel dressed alike? Jann wore rainbow glasses? We had the Boston Garden Basketball game? We had the C.Y.O. hayride? Janet B. went to the bathroom on the lines in the road? Tracey had a minibike? We had the gymnastic show? We had the Jr. High record hops? We wore fishnets? Kathy still does!!! Nancy and Margie rode Sherman’s boat across Long Pond to Janet’s Party? We had double sessions? We had the first 50’s dance? We built the whale for the Homecoming Game? Steve sprained his ankle on the obstacle course? Mike Costa first came to A.H.S.? Tim Garafalo passed a test in first grade? Comic Experience had a play called “Mocha Chips’’? Mr. Homen had a rip in his pants and wore them for four days before he found out Mr. Dorsey was given a casket with a body in it. We filled out our Death Certificates in sociology People walked down the halls wearing paper bags on their heads Mr. Gilman read “The Hobbit’’ Somebody dropped the skeleton down the stairs Marie embroidered a pillow of the Battle of Fort Sumter Mary twisted Joyce’s leg off in study while Mr. Boy d watched in horror French Club went to see Claire’s Knee Mrs. Carey’s classes Laurel stole the mug from the restaurant on the Spanish trip? Linda, Jackie, and Steve formed figure eights in the parking lot in Steve’s car? Linda and Jackie went to “Harvie’s Boutique”? Kathy threw up in her sleeping bag? Rick Tavares was on Community Auditions? Kevin wore his boy scout uniform to Jim’s party? We had Career Day? Maggie scored a goal for the opposing team? Bob Mann wore his vest? Jane and Lisa ran away from home? Kevin rolled up pencil shavings and put it on Mrs. Hacketts desk and she thought it was a joint? 143 Janet Bauer went out with Brian Dawson four different times? Paula told Mr. Sylvia he had Sexy Legs? Home Ec. went to Valle’s Steak House? “Oliver” and “Marne” were pu-t on? Rick wore his cowboy suit in 1st grade? We had a dress code? We had strict study halls? We had the Mafia puppet show in Mr. Jorgenson’s class? We had exchange concerts (Maryland, Goffstown)? Art Spimone ran cross-country? Sue wanted to play football? Janice caught Robin looking in the Boy’s room when the door was open? We had the Pit Parties? We had the campfire parties? Kathy and Jackie went to the “home for unwed mothers”? Bob streaked through a track meet? Lynn had a crush on Charlie? We went to Salem Witch House and got thrown out? Beech flipped off Mr. Brulotte’s hair piece? Mrs. Hackett said her test was easy and we all flunked? President Nixon resigned? We started school at 12:00? We went to the Celtics Games in Boston? Mr. Rose would give his diatribes on the school lunches? Nancy lit a match in the auditorium? Nancy and Patty ended up in New York? Jann’s zipper broke in Business Law? Judy and Bobby had a tunafish fight? Apponequet won the Football Championship? We couldn’t think of any remember whens? Mrs. Lundell walked around with squeaky shoes? Russel locked the boys room door and Mr. Boyd came up and got us? Jane had her Kapoopsie Party down on the Cape? Janice and Janet almost got hit by cars on the class trip to Salem? The table in the 3rd lunch shift used to rise? Kelly dressed up as a girl and went into Monsours? Heckel Plaid told us to leave the room so they could pledge the flag? Heck got a Hickie? Boys sat on one side of the bus and girls sat on the other? Someone said “Believe me Bill” all the time? Dwayne did cannon-balls into the whirlpool? Steve got caught riding on the top of Paul’s car in the school parking lot? Tim Lyons was “the horn”? We had 7th grade orientation and everyone was scared? The “Leaves of Spring” was the big dance band? The seniors were SO big!? We went out to the picnic tables 1st period to “warm up”? Mr. Simas told us we were his “special class”? Lisa, Joyce, and Donna had a caterpillar fight outside? 144 Bill Arruda left his car lights on? The girls had to pay 25gf to wear jeans? We were Freshmen? The “moustache gang” met Mr. La? Amber Lunguest’s car got towed away at the Bob Dylan Concert? Mr. Coite couldn’t even do his own experiments? Someone put a smoked herring in Mrs. Babbits pocket and she didn’t even smell it? David broke the radiator in Mr. Rose’s room? Tyne, Tim, Steve, and Lee played frisbee in the corridor? Someone threw a water balloon at Bill’s head? Tim wrote a dirty letter to Mrs. Rose? Robin and Julie snuck into the boy’s room in 1st grade through the bottom of the door? In-a-gada-da-vida and Heard it through the grape vine? We had the boring award nights? We abolished the dress code by petition? We had Spirit Week? Monica was here? Cash registering at F.E.S.? Sleeping out at Janet’s and skinny dipping? Dave S. tube? We had Crud Day? The girls softball team got 1st place? Denise, Debbie and Karen left almost everyday after 5th period? We went to McDonald’s for lunch? “Alvin the Cranberry” was written? The vacuum cleaner blew up in Power Mechanics Shop? We put the rubber snake in Mrs. Oliver’s pocketbook? Patty couldn’t stand Brian? Eva danced with the wastebasket at McDonalds? Eva left for Brazil and we all cried? “Nana” the Saint Bernard invaded the school? Boys had “fruitloops” on their shirts? There were fake athletes? Tom was drunk at the 50’s dance? Mrs. Hackett made the cover of the Villager? Jane Foster always got to be the baby when we played house on the play ground? Cathy wore knitted vests? We got chunks of cheese for lunch? Mr. Scalon apologized to the 6th per. Bookkeeping I class? Janice and Carol gave Mr. Robidoux a rubber duck? Tim Mello imitated Mr. La in the library while Mr. La was watching? Mrs. Geisler lost her teeth? Tara squirted a guy at the car wash while he was waiting for his car? Tyne dressed up as Santa Claus and passed out lollipops? Rick pulled the chair out from under Nancy Hughes in study? They had Cross-Country initiations? 145 Oh . . Hi there Mr. Berry. 146 LAZY — DAZE!! 1 got the Monday Morning Blues! I’m a cooooool — dude! Hey mister, you seen my sheep? Wanna Fight? GET OUT!!! Hmmmm . . . Porno-Flicks?!! I can’t hold it any longer. My nose looks better like this! “Duh, what’s up Doc?” “Where’s my Mommy?” A SORROWFUL GOODBYE As Freshmen we were new, Like the morning grass full of dew. As Sophomores our minds were clear, We couldn’t wait until our Junior year. As Juniors we laughed and played. Never thinking of our Senior days. Now they’ve arrived unexpectedly And caught us by surprise. Our time has come to leave. So with a tear in our eye And hope in our heart. With Apponequet High School We must part. M. Sutherland A picture of innocence. “Love, look at the two of us . . .” Mind Over Matter Good God — I must stop thinking “I love you” so hard It’s starting to show in my footsteps. Peeping Toms — Eeeek! I am a mystery to myself, Always changing, Always holding back something of my- self, Always searching for who I am. Sullivan S.D. “These are better than Playboy centerfolds!” The only think unfair about fresh air is: As soon as you eat it, you excrete it. D. Place Best wishes to the Class of 1975 FULL BANKING SERVICE • y MIDDLEBOROUGN TRUST COMPANY “Helping you change things for the better’’ r WINTHROP - ATKINS CO., INC. HOUSH PHOTOGRAPHIC MOUNTINGS • NU-LETH-R ADVERTISING SPECIALTIES • OTHER PAPER PRODUCTS AREA CODE 617 947-4600 MIDDLEBORO, MASSACHUSETTS 02346 (617) 999-3771 The Turf Coach Boutique COMPLETE YARN CRAFT SHOP LAURA D. PEIRCE O M 167 N. DARTMOUTH MALL N. DARTMOUTH, MASS. 02747 Macomber Brothers Kerosene Fuel Oils Gulf Products — Oil Burner Sales Service Assonet, Mass. 644-5061 644-5020 Best Wishes to the Class of ’75 r V Nemasket Construction The Boston Store Company, Inc. Middleboro, Mass. General Contracting Quality — Fashion — Value Asphalt and Paving 35 Fairview St. Gravel and Fill Middleboro 947-1723 J L J “WE SPECIALIZE I ERVICF W M. Malonson FLORIST 3304 ACUSHNET AVENUE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Telephone 995-0233 Ashley Citgo Service Center 4227 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford 998-3445 Golden Touch Hair- dressers Route 18 East Freetown 995-3841 ASHLEY’S SHELL SERVICE CENTER 2963 ACUSHNET AVE. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. TEL. 998-2311 ELTON A. ASHLEY ELTON A. ASHLEY, JR. DEALER SERVICE MANAGER Best of Luck to the Class of " VS " In-Line Technology Inc. Assonet, Mass. A Friend Centre Street Motors Sales and Auto Body Shop 167 Wareham Street Middleboro, Mass. 02346 Cortes Liquors 116 Middleboro Rd. East Freetown, Mass. r A Boehler’s Garage Middleboro Road East Freetown, Mass. 763-2361 Monsours Town and Country House County Road, East Freetown, Mass. The Rose Beauty Salon 28 Mason Rd. East Freetown, Mass. 02717 763-2113 Gurney’s Saw Mill Inc. Gurney Rd. East Freetown, Mass. Faietti Hardware 10 South Main St. Middleboro, Mass. Corsini Auto Parts Inc. So. Main St. Middleboro Compliments of EGGER’S FURNITURE 14 So. Main St. Middleboro, Mass. Razor Cutting Hair Styling WRIGHT’S BARBER SHOP Thatcher’s Row Tel. 947-9734 J r Acushnet Tool Co., Inc. 24 County Road East Freetown, Mass. 02717 995-0348 Congratulations to the Class of ’75 CANNON BUICK PONTIAC Co., Inc. 95 Wareham St. Middleboro, Mass. “Where customers send their friends” Graduate of Stockbridge School of Agriculture Glenn A. Cookson Sons, Inc. 9 Howland Road East Freetown. Mass. 02717 COMPLETE TREE AND LANDSCAPE SERVICE Licensed Spraying Pruning Tree Removal Firewood Hydro Mulching Seeding Insured Landscape Designing Land Clearing Brush Chipping Pkoxt 947-2787 57 WAREHAM ST.,MIDDLEBORO.MASS. MASTER NO. 74-25 J Middleborough Savings Bank at The 4 Corners Student accounts especially welcome J -the other name for cranberries. OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRIES, INC HANSON, MASSACHUSETTS 02341 will eat or drink an Ocean Spray product 9 D W, Inc. P.O. Box 61 Route 18 East Freetown, Mass. 763-5757 E. W. Goodhue Lumber Co. Middleboro Road East Freetown, Mass. y V. Compliments of J.C. Goff Company FAHEY FUNERAL SERVICE SERVING ALL FAITHS 32 SO. MAIN STREET AREA CODE 617 MIDDLEBORO, MASS. 02346 TEL. 947-0530 r Southeastern Massachusett’s Finest Food Stores A KAHIAN’S FURNITURE CO., INC. FURNITURE - TV - APPLl.ANCES - WALL TO WALL CARPETING BOX 1 12 866 CENTER STREET TEL. 947-0502 MIDDLEBORO. MASS. 02346 S S Co. Paint mixing a specialty Wall paper — Glass Highland Rd., Lakeville Phone: 947-1056 forthoiewhod«iTi ndfhef|n» t TAILORED KITCHENS SUPPLY CO. too TARKILN HILL RO NEW BEDFORD MASS 02745 NORMANO R08ITAILLE C.K.O The Surrey Shoppe 2161 Acushnet Ave. N. Bedford, Mass. Manager Phone: 617 - 99S-1757 V J Quittacus Workshop Originals, Inc. HOME 477 BEDFORD ST. GARDEN LAKEVILLE, MASS. 02346 Marka’s Market Lakeside Ave. Lakeville, Mass. 02346 Your Dependable Variety Store Groceries Chevron Getty Gas Oil COBB’S General Store 368 Bedford St., Lakeville Compliments of J.J.’s Charbroiler J E. JUDGE SON, INC. East Main Street Middleboro, Mass. 02346 Tel. 617-947-1599 Finest Quality Paints Wallpaper Artist Material DONAT BOISVERT Insurance Agency, Inc. 949 ASHLEY BLVD. New Bedford, Mass. 02745 1 Best Wishes G.D. Poultry Inc. 68 Cambridge St. Middleboro, Mass. A complete line of feeds for pets, birds and all farm yard animals at reasonable prices. ART’S FLOOR- Rae’s Gift Shoppe CRAFT, INC. Cranberry Highway Rte. 28 461 Centre Street Middleboro, Mass. Middleboro, Mass. 02346 Early American Furniture 947-1480 J r KELLY’S TIRE MART MUFFLER CENTER 539 Centre Street Middleboro, Mass. 02346 947 700 II ) Compliments of: L.P. Briere Insurance Agency 4439 Acushnet Avenue New Bedford, Massachusetts 02745 Tel. No. 998-2138 947-7136 y — Compliments of: Dr. James Romero, D.M.D. A FARRAR’S MIDDLEBORO, MASS. Caterers: Ice Cream — Punch LINTON’S MY WIFE I Bedford St. Lakeville, Mass. 02346 MAYFLOWER CASH CARRY Rt. 18 Lakeville 947-3585 ) ESTABLISHED 1846 The BRISTOL County COUNTY Bankers SAVINGS BANK 35 Broadway Taunton, Massachusetts 824-6626 Compliments of BARNICOAT’S HAYWARD AMBULANCE SERVICE Member Mass. Ambulance Association Member National Ambulance Association 24 HOUR SERVICE ANYWHERE ANYTIME E. J. FLYNN ENGINEERS, INC. Consulting Engineers Middleboro, Mass. 02346 947-3514 MEDICARE WELFARE SERVICE AVAILABLE MIDDLEBORO PHONE 947-0760 LAKEVILLE y CAREERS IN THE WORLD OF BUSINESS SHORT, INTENSIVE TRAINING COURSES IN SECRETARIAL — ACCOUNTING — CLERICAL FREE LIFETIME PLACEMENT CO-EDUCATIONAL — VETERAN APPROVED COMPLETE FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMS LICENSED by the COMM, of MASS. Department of Education Start on July 1 — Sept. 22 Kinyon-Campbell BUSINESS SCHOOL mAiuMAmM ' it, Down Town New Bedford, Massachusetts Excellence in Business Education Since 1911 STATEMENT LAKEVILLE SAND GRAVEL CORPORATION Precinct Street — RED 5 — Lakeville, Ma 02346 Telephone 617-947-9200 Sand Gravel Stone Loam Compliments of Mid-Town Auto Body Compliments of Nu-Look Beauty Mello’s Supermarket Boutique 78 Main St. Richmond Road, Assonet Tel. 644-5653 Compliments of Nature’s Pantry 947-1266 Good Luck to the Class of “75” from TODSCO CONSTRUCTION 141 Main St. Compliments of Compliments of CENTRE CARD Golden Spur SHOP Staple Shore Road, Lakeville, Mass. 62 Centre St. Middleboro, Mass. STILES SHOE STORE 48-52 Centre St. Middleboro 947-0102 Compliments of A. R. GLIDDEN SON STANDISH OIL CO., INC. Middleboro, Mass. 02346 — P.O. Box 137 24 Hour Burner Service Tel. 947-0150 Compliments of the Village Store Assonet, Mass. Compliments of DUNBAR’S SERVICE STATION Compliments of Bernard Insurance Agency LOGO KABIN The Village Store East Grove Street Assonet, Ma. 02702 Middleboro, Mass. Phone: 644-5866 Best Wishes Lakeville Caterers Inc. Best Wishes to the Class of 1975 ( Coffee Kettle ) Ralph E. Gurney, Jr. Lakeville, Mass. VOGUE BEAUTY BOUTIQUE “TO SERVE MILADY” CECILIA HANCOCK 947-1040 22 MAIN STREET LAKEVILLE, MASS. 02346 HEAVY EQUIPMENT RENTAL EXCAVATING CONTRACTOR SCRAPER WORK — SAND AND GRAVEL PLANT — CONCRETE PLANT — W. L. BYRNE, INC. BYRNE SAND GRAVEL CO., INC. WOOD STREET, MIDDLEBORO, MASS. 02346 WILLIAM L BYRNE, PRESIDENT CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION SAND GRAVEL 947-7261 947-0724 947-0782 Compliments of DONEE’S FIRESTONE Rt. 44 Raynham NEW BEDFORD FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK “The Bank You Can Believe In” PLUMBING HEATING CROSS ST. R.D. 3 LAKEVILLE, MASS. 02346 947-6567 BRACKETT Lie. NO. 15926 r Congratulations to the Class of “75” Shurtleff Lumber Hardware 6V0Z-Lf6 -131 9P£zo ssvw ‘o ' aoasiaam AVOa S.a3H31VHl f MON. — THURS. OUR 11:00-10:00 PIZZA ERL — SAT. — SUN. IS THE 11:00-11:30 BEST Come To Royal Pizza CALL 947-6650 SPAGHETTI — GRINDERS — GREEK SALAD 70 MAIN ST., RT. 105 LAKEVILLE, MASS. Four Quarters Restaurant Fine foods Liquors Banquets Parties Lakeville Recreation Leagues or Open Bowling G.P. Compliments of CANUCCI, D.M.D. y A SEPTEMBER 14 1877 J Congratulations to the Class of “75” DOC’S SHOE CENTER 21-23 Center Street Middleboro, Mass. “Shoes for all the family” “Dependable service quality” MECHANICS CO OPERATIVE BANK 308 Baystreet, Taunton Compliments of CLYDE S. THOMAS, INC. Insurance Middleboro, Mass. PARKER PARKER Custom Carpentry 15 Chase Road East Freetown, Mass. 763-5637 Good Luck From CRIS D. PARKER WATER SYSTEMS Tel. 763-5637 Chase Rd., East Freetown Water Pumps Installed and Repaired Dealer for Burks and Deming McCABE SAND GRAVEL CO., INC. Berkley St. Cement Taunton, Mass. Office 823-0771-2 J TOWN COUNTRY TRANSPORTATION Metcom Avenue School and Charter Transportation Specialists Warren, R.I. 02885 FERNANDES FRAME SHOP Custom Framing Rt. 28 Middleboro, Mass. Tel. 947-4010 r CRAIG’S PHARMACY, INC. DEPENDABLE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 53 Centre Street Middleboro, Mass. 02346 Phone 947-0415 947-9355 Compliments of Dr. and Mrs. Comalli ALL ABOARD! Three offices to serve you best 30 South Main Street, Middleboro Phone 947-4343 • Rockland Plaza, Rockland Phone 878-1403 • 94 Court Street, Plymouth 746-8515 KIRKER - PERRY Construction Co., Inc. General Contractors Engineers COMMERCIAL — INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTIONAL Call 823-0010 WAREHOUSE: 377 SOUTH ST., E. RAYNHAM OFFICE GRAMP DEANE RD. ASSONET Compliments of LAKEVILLE DIVER’S SUPPLY, INC. RT. 18 AT RT. 25 617-947-1050 Lakeville, Mass. L.J. Enterprises Division of D.E.L.S IVORY MANUFACTURING LOU BROWN TEL. 763-2343 42 MIDDLEBORO ROAD EAST FREETOWN, K. R. REZENDES, INC. eastern quarter horse journal a complete graphics service Middleboro, Mass. 947-6831 6833 General Contractor Backhoe — Shovel — Bulldozer and Trucking Service Water Mains and Appurtenances a Specialty J V Congratulations Class of ’75 THE FISHIN’ HOLE COMPLIMENTS OF THE WEIR COOPERATIVE BANK 33 WEIR ST. TAUNTON, MASS. J 763-5544 WILBUR PRESS SON LETTERPRESS AND OFFSET PRINTING Wedding Invitations 123 CHACE ROAD EAST FREETOWN, MASS. For a Great Gift I. Helen Braadland Luggage Wallets Gifts Handbags NO. DARTMOUTH MALL ON THE CINEMA AISLE — TEL. 993-0781 uggage Compliments of Ruth’s Grille Compliments of ASSONET INDUSTRIES “There is nothing so powerful as truth” Daniel Webster THE VILLAGER Terry’s Beauty Salon Richmond Road Assonet, Mass. Terry and Pat 644-5560 REALTORS “A professional in real estate who subscribes to a strict Code of Ethics” RAY TRAHAN REAL ESTATE RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL 995-4476 3278 ACUSHNET AVE. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Best Wishes to the Class of “75” BOYNTON GRAIN SUPPLY CO. Blue Seal Feeds — Horse, Pet and Garden Supplies 33 Locust Street Assonet, Mass. Tel. 644-5696 Compliments of COUNTY MART County Road E. Freetown, Mass. 995-5443 Best Wishes to the Class of “75’ TAMARACK RESTAURANT Bedford Street Lakeville, Mass. County Record Binding — Canvas Jackets TOWN BOOK BINDERY County Road East Freetown, Mass. Raymond De Costa Tel. 763-2713 ' US Dave’s Restaurant and Lounge 69 South Main Street Assonet Compliments of Anderson Toyota RAYHAM, MASS. Dancing is Fun PHONE 995-3905 PINE HILL PAVILION s] 588 MIDDLE ROAD ACUSHNET, MASS. PRIVATE PARTIES, WEDDING RECEPTIONS SHOWERS, MYSTERY RIDES, OUTINGS, DANCES RAYMOND C. PARKER, MANAGER 3033 ACUSHNET AVE. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 02745 MECHANIC ON DUTY ALL TYPES OF AUTO REPAIRS J. B Sunoco Station TIRES — BATTERIES — ACCESSORIES 2942 ACUSHNET AVE. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 02745 BRUCE BARROW TEL. 995-8118 Compliments of BILL’S AUTO South Main Street Assonet, Mass. 02701 BABBITT SIMMONS, INC. Reg. Master Plumber License No. 6965 PLUMBING, HEATING SHEET METAL WORK Jobbers Contractors — Plumbing — Heating 94 WEIR STREET Tel. 822-5306 TAUNTON, MASS. Buena suerte, al clase del cuarto ano. The Area’s Largest Most Complete Formal Wear Shop Roberts HOUSE OF FORMATS The NEW “Grey Windsor” By after Six We Offer Over 35 Selections of Tuxedos Shirts ALL STOCK ON PREMISES SAME DAY SERVICE FORMAL WEAR RENTAL IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS NOT A SIDELINE Rentals — Sales — For all occasions For The Ladies: Long Short Evening Wraps, Bunny Capes 199 WEIR ST. TAUNTON 17 RODMAN ST. NEXT JO BUS TERMINAL, FALL RIVER 822-2622 672-0009. Aux Grandues de 1 annie 1975 Bonne chance! Bonne sante! Bel avenir! r Good Luck to the Class of ’75 From the Class of ’78 Good Luck To The Class of ’75 From RIB LODGE RESTAURANT County Road Lakeville, Mass. 763-4019 NFuawoNiHONOR WAIlReXTl-iXON ' S WATERLOO DON ' T BUME ME I ' M noM MASSAOHurm IlfW VVOUTHINK HrSGUUTY! IMPfACHMXPN NOiV more than evr MASSACHUSETTS STATE OF AWARENESS WETW LOVru. TSOWIffitDir- - itiT-i.v Now more than ever. K fc U S U A BEHIND EVERY WATERGATE IS A im.L HOUSE IDM ea i ... r COOSUiCKCLAS A r fOM theci.A .T77 J V. Congratulations to the Class of “75” from the Class of “76” — Congratulations to the Class of 1975 ASSONET STAR MARKET, INC. Tel. 5800 South Main Street Assonet, Mass. Compliments ASSONET SAND AND GRAVEL Assonet, Mass. lemieux engineering me. MECHANICAL 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 From TRI-CITY REALTY Compliments of THE CORNER DRUG STORE South Main St. Assonet, Mass. We have more banks, open more hours than any other bank in the Fall River area. We’re also serving you on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fall River Trust Co. 10 CONVENIENT BANKS LOCATED IN • FALL RIVER • SOMERSET • SWAN- SEA • WESTPORT • ASSONET MEMBER • Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation • Federal Reserve System Compliments of MARIA’S GREENHOUSE Slab Bridge Road Assonet, Mass. • BUNTEES • BLUE STAR • HERMAN BOOTS • KREIDER CREVELING • NURSE MATES • QUODDY MOCS • ROYAL MAID • SEBAGO LOAFERS • WEYENBERG • E.T. WRIGHTS ASSONET VILLAGE BOOTERY “Known for Quality Shoes and Fit” RICHARD P. JOHNSON Mill Street — Rte. 79 Assonet, Mass. 644-5824 • Open Eves 6-10, Sat. 10-6 • GIFTWARE FOR ALL OCCASIONS ENGRAVING — TROPHIES COLONIAL TROPHY GIFTWARE CO., INC. ROUTE 44 LAKEVILLE, MASS. 02346 AREA CODE 617 TEL. 947-2662 CREEDON FLOWER SHOP AND GREENHOUSES 1 13 Wareham St. Middleboro, Mass. 947-0421 Compliments of TONY’S SUB SHOP 20 Different Varieties 1 Wareham St. Middleboro 947-9814, 947-0234 J T. M. RYDER INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 1 1 1 CENTER STREET MIDDLEBORO, MASS. 02346 Wishing Success to Everyone! Compliments of ROBINSON’S FIVE TEN MIDDLEBORO Orleans, Yarmouth, Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard Compliments of STEVE’S SPORT DEN MIDDLEBORO, MASS. SKIP MADDIGAN 947-7600 r BARROW AUTO SALES County Road East Freetown, Mass. r j The NAUTICAL HOUSE SHOWROOM 157 BEDFORD ST. RTE 18 LAKEVILLE, MASS. Compliments of TOWN LINE PLAZA PACKAGE STORE County Road East Freeto wn Formerly Mitchell’s Pkg. V_I_ Best Wishes to the Class of “75” LAKEVILLE PHARMACY — C.P. WASHINGTON COMPANY Middleboro SCRIMSHAW, HARPOONS, ALUM. EAGLES, NAUTICAL GIFTS Compliments of WEIR AUTO SALES Rte. 44 RAYNHAM, MASS. FIRST BRISTOL COUNTY NATIONAL BANK ONE BANK FOR ALL YOUR BANKING NEEDS Taunton Attleboro South Attleboro Raynham Easton Seekonk Fall River Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. J RAY’S AUTO BODY 24 hr. Towing Service Box 83A County Road E. Freetown, Ma. 02717 A Lorenzo’s ITALIAN DRIVE IN RESTAURANTS Famous Pizza Italian Homemade Food Rte. 28 Middleboro Taunton Mall, Taunton All Occasion — Weddings Funerals GIFTS, GARDEN SUPPLIES TREES SHRUBS Springbrook Gardens Gifts FLORIST 9 HOWLAND RD. — EAST FREETOWN, MASS. 02717 PHONE (617) 763-2306 Compliments of POQUOY BROOK GOLF COURSE Lakeville, Mass. LAKEVILLE REDI-MIX Proprietor — PHIL DEMORANVILLE Compliments of MELLO’S STORE Lakeville Compliments of EGGER FUNERAL HOME Compliments of Faietti Fashion Shoppe Middleboro, Mass. BROWN’S EXXON STATION Traffic Circle Middleboro, Mass. Compliments of Robert L. Cushing Insurance 59 North Main St., Middleboro Valerie’s BEAUTY SHOP 132 No. Main St. Middleboro, Mass. 947-1577 ‘Look your Best for the Woman Who Cares” OTTO’S HAIR STYLES WIG WIGLET Sales Service 59 North Main St. Middleboro, Mass. Tel. 947-1500 Best Wishes to the Class of ”75’ Stanley Clayson r CLICK CLICK! DON AYOTTE PHOTOGRAPHY 3 N. Main St. MIDDLEBORO, MA-947-7866 J RMENTER PLUM- BING HEATING CO. RFD 1 BOX 67A 207 BEDFORD ST. LAKEVILLE, MASS. Best Wishes to the Class of ’75 THE FOSTERS Compliments of Everett Square BP and TAXI HOT POINT APPLIANCE DEALER 947-1666 Tel: 947-2298 Reg. Master Plumber Lie. 7427 Compliments of DUNBAR’S SERVICE STATION THE MIDDLEBORO GAZETTE Serving Lakeville and Middleboro Since 1852 EVERGREENS • COLORADO BLUE SPRUCE “WE GROW WHAT WE SELL” Laurel Hill Nursery 4747 COUNTY ROAD EAST FREETOWN, MASS. 02717 GRETCHEN K. GIGUERE 617-995-0335 GEORGE GAGNON Sparkly Pool Company RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL SWIMMING POOLS ACCESSORIES TEL. 947-0463 LAKEVILLE, MASS. 02346 ■N Chace Auto Body Body — Fender Work M C Motors Used Cars J PETTEY BROS. INC. 2 Water Street Assonet, Mass 644-5360 OLDE COUNTRY REALTY, INC. 2 Water Street Assonet, Mass 644-5894 r Compliments of Algonquin S.N.G. Assonet Mass. 336-6766 1400 FALL RIVER AVE. SEEKONK 41 TAUNTON GREEN TAUNTON 222-0396 21 NORTH MAIN STREET ATTLEBORO TAUNTON CO-OPERATIVE BANK “THE BANK THAT SETS THE PACE FOR PROGRESS AND PUTS YOU IN CLOVER” BRANCH 1400 Fall River Ave. Seekonk 02771 MAIN OFFICE 41 Taunton Green Taunton 02780 BRANCH 21 North Main St. Attleboro 02703 DAILY INTEREST SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 514% PER ANNUM Interest earned from day of deposit to day of withdrawal MINIMUM $10 BALANCE SPECIAL NOTICE ACCOUNTS 534% DIVIDENDS PAID QUARTERLY WITH EVERY DOLLAR INSURED IN FULL MINIMUM DEPOSIT $100.00 MAXIMUM DEPOSIT $40,000.00 JOINT ACCOUNTS $80,000.00 NO NOTICE REQUIRED FOR WITHDRAWAL ALL SAVINGS INSURED IN FULL J PATRONS Mr. Mrs. Ralph E. Gurney, Jr. Mr. Mrs. James D. Brightman, Jr. Mr. Mrs. David Ward Kathleen Warren Thomas Cecile E. West Cindy Tinsley Richard Carol Tripp Mrs. Frederick Thorley J.P. Smith Mr. Mrs. Joseph Simas Mr. Mrs. Arthur Souza Annette Saulnier Bruce Stark Evelyn L. Staples Claudia A. Soares Mr. Mrs. Donald C. Shaw Frank and Barbara Rose Mr. Mrs. John Riley Mr. Mrs. Alvin Magnett Mr. Mrs. Robert Muir Mr. Mrs. Dean Powers Mr. Mrs. Robert C. Parker Mr. Mrs. Louis C. Perry Mr. Mrs. Charles Ozug Mr. Mrs. John Morrill Mr. Edward E. Me Gann Mr. Mrs. Joseph Kobak Mr. Mrs. Robert H. Kirker Mr. Mrs. Eric K. Jorgensen Mr. Mrs. John Haskins Mr. Mrs. Norman Allison, Jr. Mr. Mrs. William Arruda 12 k ' fDOuO c ck ' C ' rt) vy-ecves 6-0 t fPi Home Economics Club Mr. Mrs. Kenneth R. Hagar Mr. Mrs. Everett Hackett Mr. Mrs. Paul Hotz Peter J. Homen Mr. Mrs. Walter Gaudette, Jr. Robert R. Greeson Stephen J. Furtado J. L. Fernandes Bill Drinkwater Stede Barber Francis N. Berry Peter J. Abraham, Jr. Mr. Mrs. Robert S. Dorsey Mr. Mrs. Leo Doyon Mr. Mrs. Benjamin Dussault Diane L. Cleveland Mr. Mrs. Louis C. Constantine Mrs. Rena Clark Mr. Mrs. Chet Fetela Mr. Mrs. Roy Barth Mr. Mrs. Robert Couet Mr. Mrs. Lloyd F. Dudley Mr. Mrs. Edward Christopher Mr. Mrs. Albert Duseault Mr. Mrs. William Crampton Mr. Mrs. Habee L. Constantine Mr. Mrs. Robert Brady Mr. Mrs. Joseph Brulotte Mr. Mrs. Alfred Garshick Mr. Mrs. Richard H. Gurney Mrs. Letha E. Bottomley
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