Apponequet High School - Polarion Yearbook (Lakeville, MA)

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:i YESTERDAY AND TOMORROW As if it were yesterday, We opened the door — to our individual hopes and dreams. But most importantly to our unknowing future. There was so much set before us — Each year, one by one, coming and then leaving again. Yet it really wasn ' t as simple as all that . . . e are life ' s youth, so we ask what is youth? What are we? That is something that each of us has to discover Who am I and what is my role in life? Too many questions and not enough answers. Time is so essential We need to make each second worthwhile Living and Loving That is the true secret to life. Live life, love, and be happy. We must strive to be the promise of tomorrow And thrill to the challenges awaiting . . . 1 We must do even what we are afraid to do Because it takes that unusual courage that young people of today seem to have — That courage which comes from deep inside. We ' ve laughed We ' ve cried We ' ve sung We ' ve played We ' ve worked And all of it We ' ve done together. - ■ - il0 We came as one — opening the door To friendships that will stay with us forever. But now the door is closing Just as our times together are coming to an end. A little sad, a little scared, but most of all hopeful. We ' re on the road to search for our new tomorrow. Yet in our minds the memories will always be there. Laurie Pringle ADMINISTRATIVE U lyy Do You Ceacl;? Mr. Stewart Mr. Capone Miss Desrosiers B.S. Bridgewater State " I enjoy working with young people. " B.S. Bridgewater State " It ' s one of the few jobs where you take home more than just a paycheck. " Mrs. Powers B.S. Bridgewater State " Because I like my subject and young people, and probably because I ' m a little crazy. " B.S., M.Ed. Boston College Bridgewater State " To help develop in students a sense of worth and under- standing. " Mrs. Barth B.S. Bridgewater State " I enjoy working with students. " Mrs. Staples B.S., M.S. Salem State Bridgewater State " Because I like work- ing with young adults Mr. Looney B.S. Murry Univ. " I really enjoy kids and it ' s a challenge. " Mr. Noll B.S., M.S. Ithaca College S.U.N.Y. " Because I want to guide and share mu- sical experiences with my students. " Mr. Tripp B.S. Bridgewater State " I think it is one of the most important professions there is. " Miss Brenton B.S. Univ. of Bridgeport " To help prepare young people for the world of work. " 20 Ms. Paulino B.S., M.A. Emerson College New York Univ. " I teach because I enjoy communicating with people that is, speaking, listening, sharing, under- standing. " Mr. Hennings B.S. Bridgewater State Mrs. Engel B.S., M.A. Hunter College New York Univ. " I care about the ' qualit y ' of life. Edu- cation is a key factor. " Mr. Vidal Mrs. Hackett B.S., M. Ed., M.A. Bridgewater State Bowdoin College " Because I enjoy teaching. " Mr. Worcester B.S. Fitchburg State " enjoy working with adolescents in a for- mal or informal situa- tion. Teaching and coaching makes this possible. " Mrs. Casey B.S. Salem State " I like kids. ' B.A. Bridgewater State " I like the Appone- quet students and find my work stimulating. " Mrs. Leonard B.S. Univ. of Mass. " I enjoy working with the students I teach. " B.S. Fitchburg State " enjoy working with young people who want to learn. " ) ou Do You Jif T) Your Mrs. Ozug Ms. Rose Mr. Piasecki A.B. Bates College B.A. Salve Regina Col. " Hopefully as a fair teacher who tries to help with the needs of each and every stu- dent. " Mr. Hobbs B.A., M.Ed. Bridgewater State B.A. Colley College " Fair-funny some- times but always serious about what has to be done- probably slightly insane. " Mr. Coite B.S., M.A.T. S.M.U. Bridgewater State " I hope- sincere. " Mr. Leonard Vocational Certified " As an under- standing, smart, kind, generous, and friendly per- son. " B.S. Bridgewater State " Interested (some FEW would say NOSY!). " Mr. Furtado B.A., M.A.T. Bridgewater State " Hopefully, with respect. " B.A., M.A.T. S.M.U. R.I. College " As someone who doesn ' t talk TO them but WITH them. " Mr. Courtemanche B.S. Univ. of Mass. " Human (I try to be). " Studeptj ee You ? Mr. Greeson Mr. Sylvia Mr. Peterson B.A. Ark. Tech. Univ. " Students who do not have me see me as a disciplinarian, once a student has me they realize I am almost human. " Mrs. Garshick A.B., M.A. (CAND) Boston University New York Univ. B.S., M.Ed SMU Bridgewater State " As a teacher who cares about his stu- dents and a person who likes to see his students succeed. " Mrs. West B.Ed. Plymouth State " They do NOT think of me as a former Miss Leban- on, N.H. Beauty Queen. " B.S., M.Ed. Fitchburg State Salem State " Probably falsely, everyone sees me differently some are right, some are wrong. " Mr. Jorgenson B.S. North Adams State " As a chameleon " Mr. Hickey B.A. Univ. of Mass. " As a concerned and involved teacher. " B.S. Florida Inter- national University " Usually happy. " Mr. Charbonneau Vocational Certi- fied " As an understand- ing person that they can speak to! " B.S., M.A. Univ. of Mass. Southern CT Coll Bridgewater State U I at Is Your f dv (;e for Mr. Dorsey B.S. M.A. Bridgewater State Univ. of R.I. " Get involved with people. " Mr. Nash B.F.A., Ed.M. Boston University " Try to find some- thing good about everything you do. " Mrs. White B.S. Bridgewater State Mr. Roubidoux B.A. Bridgewater State " Discipline your- self. " Mr. Rose A.B. M.A. Boston University Univ. of Conn. Hi Mr. Goodfellow B.S. M.A. Bridgewater State " Participate; Apathy is tanta- mount to death. " B.A. Univ. of Maine " Live, love, exhaust yourself. " Mrs. Tinsley B.S. Bridgewater State " Don ' t give up. Keep working until you reach your full potential. " " Don ' t be satisfied with what comes along. Decide what kind of a future you want, and work for it. " Mr. Fernandez B.S. Boston University " Keep trying and smiling. " 24 Miss Everett B.S., M.Ed. Springfield College Boston University " Seek as clear a goal as possible for yourselves and then structure your lives toward that goal. " Ms. Scares Miss Barber B.A. U. Mass. Amherst " Be willing to work hard, put 100% ef- fort into whatever you do. " Mr. Christopher B.S., M.Ed., CAGS Boston State Bos- ton College Boston University " Try to nnake High School the best years, because when you graduate you ' ll be on your own. " Mr. Andrade Certification MA Dept. Voc. Ed. CM. Training Cen. " Selct your friends carefully and have an open mind to- ward a changing world. " B.A., M.A. Bridgwater State University of R.I. " Start CARING about people, and break away from the parochialism of Freetown and Lakeville. " Mrs. Gulzinski B.A., M.A. Boston University Bridgewater State " Keep up your in- terest in playing a musical instru- ment- playing an instrument profes- sionally or merely for recreation in the future. " A.S., B.S. MA Bay Com. Salem State " Set goals for your life and always seek to acheive them. " Mrs. Ward A.B., M.A.T. Brown University R.I. College " Do the best you can each day. " B.S.Ed., M.Ed. Fitchburg State " Prepare for it and dare to be. " 25 I Change which brings about improvement is something that is achieved through hard work, consistent effort, and strong minds. The 1978 POLARI- ON has changed style, attitude, and theory in an effort to put aside stereo- types and to create something unusual. As a school, Apponequet displays a unique, individualized collection of ideas that reflect the thoughts and feel- ings of two communities constantly undergoing growth and change. This yearbook will, hopefully, be more than a reflection of the past years filled with hopes and dreams but will represent an open-mindedness in attitude and a new understanding and desire for improvement. As a staff, we proudly display our work in the hopes that these changes will be widely accepted by the student body and the faculty alike. For as long as we are open to change, we can still progress. 1 J )t( ii1 )f[ ii i7 jilif))]( m WC m i M % ■I I 1 I 1 M I 1 Daily, this group of ath- letes quietly face the challenge of running endless miles. These athletes are the cross- country runners, who have established a trad- ition of excellence in this sport and the re- sponsibility of superior performance weighs heavy on their should- ers. Recently, A.H.S. was benefitted by a host of underclassmen who were willing to make the sacrifices of all good runners. The Lakers were also strengthened by the in- fluence of senior, co- captain, James Gurney, new to the cross-coun- try world. Talented runners, Doug Broad- bent and Mark Roberts will continue to pro- vide a sound founda- tion on which to build a future of cross-coun- try. Cross-Country Co-Captains Gurney and Broadbent 36 Field Hockey i 1 % I I I I % i i i i i I I i i I i. m 1 Football and basketball, step aside; girl ' s field hockey has emerged as Apponequet ' s most brutal sport. Senior Karen Tivey assumed immediate command as team leader, guiding the Lakers through this most demanding and punishing sport in a highly successful sea- son. Sue Rezendes and Anne Gurney also sup- ported the team with their senior experi- ence and confidence. Furthermore, joan Al- lison consistently stop- ped the enemy offense while many underclass- men performed admir- ably. A strong field hockey team will re- main to enhance Ap- ponequet ' s athletic program for many years to come. 38 I i i u I? n i i 1 i 1 1 i i 1977 has proved to be a highly successful re- building season for the Apponequet Lakers. Strengthened by mere- ly 7 seniors, the Lakers were often forced to depend upon the tal- ents of underclassmen. Although pre-season predictions placed the squad ' s ability below the depths of its league, the Lakers constantly proved all doubters wrong leaving their en- during mark on all op- ponents with compel- ling effort, desire, and destructive defense. 40 m " I considered 1977 a re- building year for the Lakers. At the onset of the season, I knew that our underclass- men would play a major role in the success of our team. Fortunately, our sopho- mores and juniors were up to the task. Looking at our entire season I was very proud of our defense which had four shutouts. Overall, I was happy with our 5-4 record. It included a victory over West Bridgewater- the first in four years. Next year, if the kids exert enough effort, Apponequet might just take the league title. " Coach Piasecki ' 977 Varsity Seniors I i i i •or Basketball The breath of life has stimulated the sport of basketball at Apponequet. After stumbling through years of mediocrity, the Lakers have dis- covered youth of talent and seniors of experience. Al- though this is THE year of the Lakers, the year Appone- quet basketball would become universally feared by all opponents, perhaps even more emphasis is placed on the bas- ketball of tomor- row. Underclass- men Steve La- Chapelle, Bill Ripley, Mike Brown, and Bob Clark quietly shine amidst a multitude of es- tablished athletes. Seniors Crey Barber, Chris Allerdt, Art Bethea, Bob Fields, and Ken Aitken combine hustle and exper- tise to distinguish Apponequet as the team of today and the talent of tomorrow. 43 Despite the loss of sev- eral basketball legends to the clutches of grad- uation, girl ' s basketball has remained extreme- ly competitive. The quest for another state title is not forgotten. Basketball symbolizes the grim determination and relentless will to emerge victorious of the Apponequet fe- male sport ' s partici- pants. These straits in combination with extra- ordinary, natural ability place Apponequet high among the best Mass. athletic programs. Ka- ren Tivey, Voncia Cost- a, Ann Gurney, Karen Allerdt, Sue Rezendes, Cathy Done gan and the Maguires lead the Lak- ers to further basketball recognition. Defeat is merely possible on the court and on the field; it is not possible in the minds and spirits of these very special peo- ple. 46 Swim Team Showing some good talent and plenty of promise for the coming season, the swim team compiled a record of two wins and five losses in its first year of var- sity competition al- though four meets were cancelled due to the Blizzard of 1978. Dominated by sopho- mores and freshmen, the key word for the season was improve- ment! High point scorers for the team were, in order, Melissa Lawrence, Doug Broad- bent, Danny Hopkins, and captain Chuck Ros- cow. A bright future is ahead for this group. 48 Like tennis, golf strug- gles to gain recognition despite a series of high- ly competitive seasons. This past year, seniors Barber, Belkin, Wright, and Fickert combined efforts to lead Appone- quet to a 12-7 record. Underclassmen Mike Durfee and Bob Barlow also played a major role in the success of the golf program. One reason for the steady improvement of the individual golfers is a ready access to three fine area courses. An- other reason typifies all Laker sports- untiring dedication. 49 Does tennis deserve two pages? No, it de- serves three or four. Varsity tennis is perhaps the sport in which Ap- ponequet should have the most pride; yet, few people realize how good our team really is. This past season, Ap- ponequet received high recommendations for a berth in post- season competiton by the coach of the even- tual Mass. champions. This coming season is even more promising. Returning veterans Art Bethea, Jim Gurney and Richard Burke provide an awesome single ' s combination. Season records of 6-2, 12-2, and 12-4 including competition against the best teams in Mass. tell much of the story. If a brighter future is pos- sible, it will happen in 1978. Watch closely, because the Lakers are engraving their name in tennis history. 50 Baseball I i I Quietly, a group of young men mold a baseball team. With each passing season, this baseball team as- sumes the shape of something even more wonderful. The Lakers have proved v orthy of post-season competi- tion for two successive years. Perhaps 1978 will be the year they prove worthy of the label champions. With the loss of pitching star Bren Barber, junior Stan Matthews waits ready to assume the burden of central figure. Matthews is supported in his effort by seniors Kubel, Pat- ton, Machado, Con- stantine, Abbott, Ros- cow and Bernier. Per- haps 1978 is the year these people and their team will assume the title champions. We shall wait and hope that their diligent efforts are rewarded with success. 52 s Teamwork and Togetherness Softball The reflection of the past is the image of the future. Tiny Appone- quet, giant killer. Southeastern Mass. champions-1976; East- ern Mass. champions- 1975, 1977; Brenda Soule; Holly Booth; Kathy Kristopherson; The glory of the past is the glory of the future. Tivey, Allison, Ruest, Rezendes, Costa, Gur- ney, Donegan, Ma- guire-names soon to bring grand accom- plishment. Dedication, devotion, enthusiasm, team before self; cham- pions- terms which are the Lakers. Long after Softball has ended, these young women will treasure many championship mem- ories; these young women will remember how to live as champ- ions. And Coach Looney will continue to shape the legend of Softball. , Varsity Traclo vTrack is the sport in which many ath- letes unite many individual efforts in the hope of achieving one fullfilling result: team victory. Track could easily be regarded as the epitome of athletics. Physical strength, stamina and leaping ability are all required elements of track competition. In past years, Ap- ponequet has knov n a history of track accomplishments. However, the Laker face 1978 with the hope of rebounding from a disappointing 1977 season. A discouraging win-loss record did not seem to affect the team morale, as the qualities of dedication, perseverance and enthusiasm were evident in each phase of the season. And for many, 197 was a year of wonderful memories and encouraging promise: Tommy Norton was honored as the Mayflower League javelin champion; captain Dave Anni- charico had a fine season as the pole vaulter; distance runners Broadbent and Landry were among the best in the league; Arthur Poirier did well throw- ing shotput and discus; track members Lee, Bartlett, Westgate, Beaudoin, De- grazia and LeBlanc all performed ad- mirably. May track continue to stand strong. _ Tim. 1 Junior Varsity Sports In this most unique yearbook, the editors wish to once again disregard tradition. We believe that perhaps our impression of the Junior Varsity Sports program can be better portrayed through the use of words, rather than pictures. The J.V. football team concluded its season with a promising 3-1 record. Brian Arguin, Scott Gar- vey, Ed Silvia, Paul Donegan and Bob Clarke are a few of the J.V. performers who hopefully will enhance next year ' s varsity. Throughout their season, the J.V. players reflected varsity perform- ance with an exceptional defense. rom beginning to year ' s end, J.V. field hockey remained undefeated and unscored upon. Cap- tain Rene Domagala, Cheryl Begin and Tammy Frazier exemplified their team ' s constant im- provement. The girls demonstrated both excel- lent offense and defense in each contest. A future of bright promise shines forth for many of these lyoung athletes. In Junior Varsity basketball, many future pros- pects await varsity recognition. At this writing, the boys were sailing with an undefeated record. Paul Donegan, John Sharland, Steve Collucci, Keith Hood, Bill Messier and Mike Gurney are some of the players with a varsity future within sight. Outstanding offense was visible in each and every Laker ' s game. Girl ' s basketball proudly displayed a starting five of Robin Pina, Patti Chadwick, Tammy Fra- zier, Mary Jane Trainer and Cathy Bowman. Hustle, determination and total team cooperation could easily be regarded as the girl ' s trademarks. At the time of this writing, the girls also were owners of a most impressive record. Tomorrow ' s i yarsity can certainly expect an influx of new bas- ketball talent. Few opposing teams were capable of testing the true potential of J.V. Softball. A most impressive season ' s record expresses better than words can describe a history of boundl ess success. The list of future varsity candidates is so long, with so many players of outstanding potential, that it is virtually impossible to mention each deserving athlete. dm The baseball program quietly flourishes at the Junior Varsity level. A season record of 11-9 does not truly depict the talent and potential of the J.V. players. The team ' s infield consisted of Mike Ouimet, Dave Constantine, Jeff Nanfelt, Paul Donegan, Shaun Garafaio and Scott Garvey. The outfield was comprised of Dave Dellarocco, Dana Arruda and Jay Bernier. Peter Beliiveau and Paul Lacroix were the pitchers. 1 These are the J.V. athletes, the people upon whom the Apponequet sports industry shall thrive or fail. Some of these athletes will succeed and progress to the varsity level; a rare few will possibly soar far beyond this realm. Regardless of the final stature, all will benefit from the knowl- ed ge that the best has been attempted in a spirit of athletic camaraderie which will linger long after memories die. 1 Cheer. ..Hallelujah. ..Hallelujah Pops. ..Harmony. ..Celebration.. They call us Babes in Arms... SOtTBAU CHAMP i Jackets. ..Plaques. ..Banners... 72 75 Endings. ..Sorrows.. .Good-byes... I I 3 it r- _j 3 — - O O " D I CL O fN nj _ j: ro Q) " I ' •5-D I ?i O • nj 01 3 CQ _ w .V— ra o c o a — o ™ ro 7± O — : O . O in Is iT i: •5 Q. aJ a 5 0) I ' 0) •- 0) lyi IS c 5 Q. 0) _- a; S : O -£ c " ' S I ' 3: , v2 ' C 0) c c a; D c -a] - " " ™ nj- t: u O u O Z J2 0) T " c a! E-Si E ■ a; ■i: O -DID 5 § -I 0) U O a; c o ■o o . 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" HOW OFTEN DO YOU EAT IT? " Everyday. " Zachary Taylor 135 DO YOU THINK THERE SHOULD BE A SMOKING AREA? " Yes, when I go into the girls ' room, I come out smelling like smoke. " Meredith Lincoln WHAT DO YOU THINK IS THE BIGGEST PROBLEM IN SCHOOL TODAY? " Too many bugs! They bother me. " Scott Nanfelt D.E.C.A. It is not enough for young men and women to read about becoming good businessmen and women and good citizens; they must be pro- vided an opportunity to actually participate as individuals in group endeavors and projects conducted under the guidance of repre- sentatives of education, business, and the professions. Members of D.E.C.A. learn how to compete honorably with their colleagues on the local, state, and national levels; how to engage in individual and group business enterprises; how to hold offices and direct the affairs of the group; and, how to work with representatives of other student organizations. the Riaatkal , oase inc. 3j SHOWROOM: (617) S47 7862 157 BEDFORD ST. (RTE. 18) LAKEVILLE, MASS. 02346 harpoons shipuiheels rope bracelets schrimshaui nautical decor jeuielry •4. 4 Middleborough ( Bank bank uihere it counts! Plymouth-Home National Bank 77 Center Street, Middleboro • 947-6611 • Member FDIC 146 • 30 South Main Street, Middleboro Phone 947-4343 • Rockland Plaza Phone 878-1403 and 878-1405 • 94 Court Street, Plymouth Phone 746-851 5 Congradulations to the Class of 1978 From Verna Rose and Julie Mitchell Compliments of CRANBERRY CASUALS JUNIOR SPORTSWEAR STEVE ' S SPORTS DEN 30 Wareham St. Middleboro, Mass. Middleboro, Mass. t-«PBIf ' Compliments of Compliments of A.R. GLIDDEN Of ' fJ 1 Plft Middieboro, Mass. l jj Hl ' Clothing for the entire family " MELLO ' S STORE 78 Main St. Rte. 105 Lakeville, Mass. 147 Best of Luck, Class of 78 Compliments of oil 1 fc A 1 i r BILL S AUTO MACOMBER BROTHERS S. Main St. Assonet, Mass. Fuel Dealers Tel. 644-5621 Desi oi LUCK Mm, iNdncy 1 n 1 i mf n tc r {- all of the Class of 78 JUNIOR ' S LAKEVILLE PHARMACY CONVENIENT STORE Main St. 63 S. Main St. Lakeville, Mass. Assonet, Mass. I If Compliments of CORTES PACKAGE STORE GROCERIES, INC. 31 Middleboro Rd. E. Freetown, Mass. Tel. 763-2433 Best Wishes to the Class of 78 THE BOSTON STORE Middleboro, Mass. Quality - Fashion - Value BRENDA ' S RINGS THINGS Congratulations from the Past Good Luck to the Future Compliments of the CORNER DRUG STORE Arthur Corner, Reg. Phar. S. Main St. Assonet, Mass. Tel. 644-5455 149 The Compliments of MIDDLEBORO GAZETTE MIDDLEBORO Serving Lakeville and Middleboro Since 1852 CLOTHING 38 Center St. Headquarters for Levi ' s Compliments of To the Class of 1978 Compliments of THE POINT DAIRY BAR DR. AND MRS. County Rd. E. Freetown, Mass. JOSEPH D. COMALLI 150 Congratulations to the Class of 1978 R. CONNOLLY REALTY Congratulations Class of 78 HERITAGE HILL COUNTRY CLUB Heritage Hill Dr. Lakeville, Mass. Congratulations Class of 78 J.J. DRIVE-IN SEAFOOD County Rd. Lakeville, Mass. Tele. 763-5977 Compliments of PRECISION HANDLING DEVICES, INC. 151 MTC MIDDLEBOROUGH TRUST COMPANY Congratulations to the Class of 1978 Compliments of ASSONET SAND AND GRAVEL CO. INC. Ridgehill Rd. Assonet, Mass. Tel. 644-5726 STILES ' SHOE STORE 46 Center St. Middleboro, Mass. Tel. 947-0162 Hush Puppies Enna Jetticks Converse Clinic The Villager 133 MANNY SONS GARAGE Complinnents of 110 Diamon St. E. JUDGE SON INC Tel. 992-8262 " Our expert mechanics will put your car E. Main St. in top driving shape. " Rte. 105 " See us about your auto repairs and Middleboro, Mass. tuneups. " Tel. 947-1599 Fast Efficient Service Compliments of ALGONQUIN S.N.G., INC. 154 Compliments of STANDISH OIL COMPANY 62 Cambridge St. Middleboro, Mass. Tel. 947-0150 " Your Home Town Oil Company " Fall River Trust Co. 10 CONVENIENT BANKS LOCATED IN • FALL RIVER • SOMERSET • SWAN- SEA • WESTPORT • ASSONET MEMBER • Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation • Federal Reserve System 155 Telephone (617) 644-5795-6 Bus. (617) 644-5561 Home Sammy ' s Lane Assonet, Mass. 02702 IXCAVATINO .J K. R. REZENDES, INC General Contractor Land Development Backhoe - Shovel Bulldozer 86 Trucking Service Water Mains 8d Appurtenances A Specialty UNMISTAKABLY YESTERYEAR TREMONT NAIL COMPANY 21 Elm St. Wareham, Mass. mm m 2 WATER ST. ASSONET MASS. TEL: 644-5360 Compliments of . . . ART ' S AUTO SALES M ercury - Fiat Rte. 28 CHACE CHEVROLET Rte. 105 CANNON BUICK PONTIAC Rte. 44 MIDDLEBORO FORD Rte. 28 158 STANLEY ' S MOTOR SALES Trophies Plaques Awards 100 W. Grove St. Middleboro, Mass. LARRY ' S SPECIALTY SHOP Quality Used Cars Parts Service Yamaha Snowmobiles Motorcycles 1549 Acushnet Ave. - New Bedford, Mass. 02746 Larry Pelletier Tel. 994-3371 CAIN INSURANCE REAL ESTATE S. Main St. Assonet, Mass. Tel. 664-2296 Auto - Home £2 Life - Business 8; ( YOUR independent] Kinsurance g agent J X. SERVES YOU FIRST 160 CRIS D. PARKER WATER SYSTEMS Congratulations and Best Wishes From 72 Chace Rd. Tel. 763-8648 CLYDE S. THOMAS INC. INSURANCE ASSONET VILLAGE BOOTERY " Known for Quality Shoes and Fit at Discount Prices " PARKER PARKER CUSTOM CARPENTRY Richard P. Johnson Mill St. - Rte. 79 Assonet, Mass. Tel. 644-5824 Open Weeknights 6-10, Sat. 10-6 15 Chace Rd. Tel. 763-5637 Congratulations to the Class of 1978 LUZO FOOD SERVICE 376 Nash Road New Bedford, Mass. Congratulations to the Class of 1978 COUNTRY GREENERY FLORIST 147 County Road East Freetown, Mass. Tel. 763-2562 Best Wishes RALPH E. GURNEY JR. 124 County Road East Freetown, Mass. Backhoe, Bulldozer Trucking Services Septic Systems Installed THE KITCHEN BARN 1209 N. Main St. Acushnet, Mass. tel. 763-4223 Congratulations to the Class of 1978 I I I 16T I Congratulations to the Class of 1978 FERNANDES FRAME SHOP Custom Framing Rte. 28 Middleboro, Mass. Tel. 947-4010 Congratulations to the Class of 1978 PAT ' S FLOWER PATCH FLORIST Raynham, Mass. tel. 824-4262 Free Delivery in the Middleboro Area Best Wishes GEORGE BERNIQUE CO. Bernadette R. Constantine, Agent General Insurance 1167 Ashley Blvd. New Bedford, Mass. Tel. 998-1204 HAYWARD AMBULANCE SERVICE Member of Mass. Ambulance Assoc. 24 hour service Emergency Medical Technicians Middleboro, Mass. Tel. 947-0760 162 Best Wishes SILVER CITY DODGE Dodge Cars Trucks Rte. 44 Raynham, Mass. tel. 822-7161 ST. YVES MOTOR SALES County St. Berkley, Mass. tel. 824-861 4 Congratulations to the Class of 1978 Congratulations to the Class of 1978 GIANT WEIR AUTO SALES INC. ™« Hrst National Bank ■ ' Jl new BEDFORD. MASSACHUSETTS Route 44 Raynham, Mass. tel. 823-1781 163 Congratulations to the Class of 1978 SUPERLINE TRANSPORTATION CO. Ill Braley Road East Freetown, Mass. tel. 763-4014 763-4015 Ocean spray. -the other name for cranberries. 0 This year Bk n 735 million Americans will eat or drink an OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRIES, INC. HANSON, MASSACHUSETTS 02341 Ocean Spray £V product .c mi( iijfc EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 164 1 We Imagemakei 948 KEMPTON STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 02740 TEL 617-996-3235 GOOD LUCK FROM YOUR 1978 PROM PHOTOGRAPHERS The Coachmen JJ OPCN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK ELEGANT DINING MOND«» IHBOIIOH fBIOtr lUHtHtCH t I 30 nil 3 f M DIMNfP 3 P M mi 10 P M S4IU»DAYi DINHte 6 P M IIIL 11 P H SUNDIVS DINNEt W NOON IIU 10 P H. DANCINO IN OJR SPACIOUS REDWOOD COCKIAIl lOUNCt WEDDING, PARTY BANQUET FACILITIES fO» ?5 10 900 PEOPLt IN OUR fABJlCUi (INDfBEUI- iOOM iOUTn TO ' I CU ' .D 1 wlk IC N U ' " i c 401 624-8423 IQnyon - Campbell BUSINESS SCHOOL Linden County Streets New Bedford 997-3154 Programs of Study Secretarial Accounting Clerical Summer Session begins July 5, 1978 Fall Session begins Sept. 18, 1978 Elaine Lopes Danny Migola Paul Meleedy John Monteiro Linda Ponsart Andy Copeland Mrs. Dan Meder ois Jimmy Gallant Charlene Moquin Robin Helme SPONSORS Mr. Mrs. Rufus Macomber Mr. Mrs. Richard L. Fields Everett Louise Hackett Mr. Mrs. William J. Meleedy Danny Deveney Reis Mr. Mrs. R. Roubidoux Mr. Mrs. Joseph M. Capone Mr. Mrs. Gordon T. Helme Mr. Mrs. Stephen Furtado Mr. Mrs. Roy Barth Dean Carol Powers Mr. Mrs. Robert Parker Mr. Mrs. John Laronda Mr. Mrs. Cris Parker Mr. Mrs. Marshall Mansfield Mr. Mrs. Dean Parker Mr. Mrs. Francis Gladu Mr. Mrs. William H. Wright Steve Glenna Protami (61 70) The Cosmic Muffin Laurie Pringle Leslie R. Schuster Kurt Hinkle Elaine Tuck Lynn Helme James Wakefield Alan Moskoff Chris Patalano Janie Buckley William Meleedy William Gallant Frederick Wood Evelyn Staples Thomas Peabody Billy Deb Jim Grasela Mr. Berry Cranwood BUSINESS PATRONS Tri City Realty S. Main St. Assonet Sassaquin Pharmacy Acushnet Ave. New Bedford Nature ' s Pantry Main St. Lakeville Boehler ' s Garage Middleboro Rd. Freetown M.L. Hinkley Son Jewelers 18 S. Main St. Middleboro J.M. Callan Travel Agency 17 S. Main St. Middleboro Sowie the Florist 249 Ashley Blvd. 249 Union St. Agway Building Materials Rte. 18 E. Freetown Town Bookbindery 168 County St. Emily I. Broadbent Real Estate Lakeville Lorenzo ' s Italian Drive-in Rte. 28 Middleboro Eastern Western Quarterly Horse Journal Rte. 28 Middleboro ' Ring around the rosie . . . ' I 1 I ll ' The Big One ' Flower Cart 4 Thather ' s Row Middleboro Hair Medic 1 N. Main St. Middleboro Rae ' s Colonial Gift Shoppe Rte. 28 Middleboro Royal Pizza Main St. Lakeville My Wife 1 Store SAMASA - Amoco 9 S. Main St. Assonet J L Realty 1 Bryant St. Assonet Robert J. Barlow Son Middleboro ' I wanna play. Sorry, I don ' t play with teachers. " ■ " I ' ll dazzle ' em with my $40 tennis dress. " ' We are not dazzled. Remember When . . . Mr. Just used to throw his rubber chicken around the room? We got stickers on our heads for getting good marks? Mr. Tripp and Kim always argued? We all went out for football and never made it past camp? Sue got stuck in the waste basket? The boys lifted up our skirts at recess. When we all wore little red boots to school when it rained? Pee Wee Olympics? We had Show and Tell? Debbie, Sandy, Hine, Arlene and Cheri spent 60 pennies in the gum machine trying to get prizes? Joy got caught trying to climb on the school roof to put her footprints in the snow? Everyone went to White Banks? ALL THE PARTIES? The covered wagon and sphinx we made in the Middle School? The sleep-over at the Middle School? Dave pulled the fire alarm during lunch? When we were caught chewing gum we had to wear it on our nose? Lori dressed like Paul Revere and rode around the school on her horse? Jimmy passed a urine test paper around the room? In our freshman year we won the contest for decorating the gym? When Lyn walked around the halls with Playboy bunny ears on? Arthur Meack? Science fairs? Cathy Veary wet her pants in the recess line? Graduation seemed so far away? We were afraid of the principal? We were first graders? We couldn ' t wait to be seniors? Everyone thought the Middle School would be a big success? Rhonda was a witch and she casted love spells? Mr. Furtado ' s band played at our dances? We used to listen to music instead of science on the tape recorders in Mr. Wilcox ' s class? They sold donuts and we threw them at the teachers in the cafeteria? Dona thought helium made cakes rise? Graduation from Freetown Elemen- tary School? Mr. Brulottes wig fell off? We used to go to the " apple orchards " ? Kevin fell in Rootbeer River? When Mike threw a frog ' s heart at Dede? When we had a powder fight at football camp? Cashiering at Freetown Elementary School? Jim punched the fish tank and broke it? Everybody used to go out for break- fast at Bickfords? We used to put on soap operas be- tween play rehearsals and Mr. Berry walked in on Ms. D. when she was doing a death scene? The Big Five? We used to make ourselves faint? Mrs. Cole used to twist our ears if we were bad? We made the giant birthday cake for Miss Soares in the 8th grade? When Chris banged his head on the wall because he couldn ' t be in his class play? Mr. Rose used to make beaver faces at us? Lynn had to sit on four pillows to drive the car? Mrs. Demoranville never got us our Smokey Bear Club Kits? Kenny ran the wrong way with the ball during the basketball game? Keith got sick eating " spaghetti " ? The whirlpool overflowed? The meat pie suppers? Mrs. Estabrooks and Miss Pekera gave us girl talks? Marilyn ' s shoe fell off into the water on the boat to George ' s Island? Kim, Debbie and Patti almost got kicked out of the library for a year? We set off the timers in the Home Ec. room? Toddy ALWAYS brought his lunch to school? Miss Paulino got propositioned in London? When the Lakeville and Freetown people first met at the Middle School? When Betty sang, " Color My World " at the exchange? Square ball? Pat ' s M.G.? VERY SILLY YEARBOOK MEETINGS? Sandy ' s annual Christmas parties? The week before our yearbook deadline? ' Scoring? ' ' Lets go upstairs! ' After much worry over money and the ever-pres DEADLINE, the 1978 Apponequet Yearbook lives. Di " ent people have dedicated their past year to help with success. The Class of 1978 would like to extend its thanks to these special people: The students, faculty, and administration for this coopera- ttbn in helping the Yearbook Staff capture the spirit of this |chool year; " • 1 mi [rank Melon«(Loring Studios) and Jim Toler ;(Ameri(3an ' earbook Cormpany) for their unique ideas, pafience, atid Inergy; J inne Laronda, Lynn Helme, Sandy Ruest, Jeff Field Barber , Jerri Bosse ' for their creative juices, and the hundreds of little endeavors over the past ye " i ♦ ■ % laurie Prinelelfor all the unique sketches and words; LI lepreatest heartfelt thanks goes to Chris Mansfield wi itlA hose cooperation and assistance the ' 78 Polarion I ' ould have died on the drawing board; And, finally, the Yearbook Staff wishes to thank all those who take the time to open the pages of this book. iMthough much work and effort went into its develop- Jlnent, a lot of fun and growth was achieved.


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