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I Lakeville Public Library The Francis E. and Barbara E. Rose Polarion Yearbook Collection 2007 Lakeville Public Library 4 Precinct St. Lakeville. MA 02347 Laurie Fickert Editor-in-Chief Cathy Paiva Assistant Editor Cindy Furtado Asst. -to-the-A d visor Phil Muir Sports Photograptiy Caroline Perrone Faculty Senior Blurbs Debbie Couet Senior Layout Ann Stone Organizations Julie Fields Carol Bollesen Underclassmen Joni McGinnis Business Manager Mrs. Deveney Reis Class Advisor Advertising 1980 POLARION VOLUME XXI APPONEQUET REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL LAKEVILLEFREETOWN, MASS. Mr. JOSEPH M. CAPONE FACULTY ADVISOR Table of contents Prologue 1 School History 17 Dedication 20 Faculty 21 Organizations 38 Underclassmen 62 Senior Superlatives 88 Seniors 94 Athletics 144 Advertising . . 184 8 One day the news arrived that room had to be made on our tree; we would have to leave. One by one we fell softly to the ground. Tears were shed; unsure, we comforted one another and made promises. 14 The History ' XppOHEOUt.T HIGH SCHOOL a In the beginning . . . Two Towns Came Together It began In 1948 when the legislature passed a law which permitted small towns without high schools to organize themselves into regional school districts. Several towns began to work under this new legislation and the time had come for Freetown and Lakeville to give it some serious thought. Lakeville students had been attending Middle- boro High School and Freetown students had been attend- ing either New Bedford, Fall River, or Dighton High School. The arrangements had been ideal, but the towns were fast growing and sooner or later, other alternatives had to be found. Mr. George Austin organized the first regional meeting in 1 this area and this is the most important reason we have n the school system we have today. Carver, Lakeville, a Rochester, Mattapoisett, Berkley, Freetown, and Dighton » all attended that first meeting. Deliberations went on for f several years and the group that seemed to emerge was i that of Carver, Lakeville, Rochester, Freetown, and Berk- ley. After many more meetings. Carver began to pull i away from the group because of the distance involved in j any possible location of the school. I ' I [ The four towns remaining drew up preliminary agree- ? ments and things seemed to be running smoothly. The t I ■ B ; agreements were put to vote in each of the four towns 1 ' which was common practice at the time. Lakeville and f Freetown supported the issue very strongly, but there j» seemed to be problems with Rochester and Berkley. The r J I vote in Rochester was very, very close, but for unknown I reasons, Rochester pulled out of the group and later joined Marion and Mattapoisett to form the Old Rochester I District. Berkley was problem in itself. They voted the issue down the first time but asked for another chance. The Regional Committee agreed to allow Berley to poll the issue again, but there were several conditions on the agreement. The Committee was going to draw up two contracts, one including Lakeville, Freetown, and Berk- ley, and the other including only Freetown and Lakeville. They would vote on the first contract and if Berkley again voted it down, they would vote on the second. Berkley voted the issue down, and thus, Apponequet for the towns of Lakeville and Freetown. Polarion Salutes We, the Class of 1980, would like to give a special thanks to someone who is a vital part of the life of our school. Because one of the avowed purposes of education is to close the distance between administration, faculty, and students, this person has done so much to bridge that gap. It is with much respect that we salute Mrs. Bea Wilcoxen, secretary. The Apponequet Administration Throughout our four years at Appone- quet there has been one man standing right beside us. When we were freshmen, he was the quiet vice-principal who ap- peared at every school function. Then sophomore year he became our principal taking on more responsibility yet still hav- ing time to listen. As our senior year was on its way to success, another shift in command took place when he became the Acting Superintendent of Schools. Still, he was always there. He went with us to our football and Softball games, to our proms and banquets. He was there the first day of school through the last. He was there to lend a helping hand even though conflicts might have arisen. He always tried to see both sides of an issue forgetting personalities and opinions. He became an example of hard work and dedication not only to us but to all. As we leave the halls of Apponequet, we are sorry that all students everywhere have not had the chance to meet such a man as Joseph Simas. Joseph C. Simas Principal Robert McCarthy Assistant Principal Joseph Kobak Athletic Director Dean Powers Assistant Principal In the small area of Massachu- setts that makes up East Free- town, Lakeville, and Assonet, there have always been many ac- tive and devoted citizens eager to better the education of its youth. A handful of these people make up the Freetown-Lakeville Re- gional School Committee. We re- alize that we are a lucky group of students to have a school com- mittee that can understand the daily problems of school life and be concerned with student goals, opinions, and capabilities. With- out these open-minded indivi- duals, our school would not have many assets: academic pro- grams, athletics, field trips, and special school activities. If it were not for the enthusiasm and approval of the School Commit- tee, our days would be dull and routine and not filled with variety and purpose. Too many times this Committee has been denied its " moment of glory " . For this reason the Class of 1980 would like to extend its thanks to all of these people for contributing so much to our well-being. 23 The Superintendent ' s Staff Rita Chace Personnel Secretary Mary Johnston Superintendent ' s Personal Secretary Viola Pace Financial Secretary Richard Pilling Business Manager Carol Gregory Asst. Bookkeeper Cynthia McRae Head Bookkeeper 24 Office Personnel 25 27 Robert Sylvia Business Education Joan Casey Business Education Evelyn Staples Dept. Head, Business Shoshanah Garshick Dept. Head, For. Lang. Joyce Geisler Foreign Language Deveney Rels Business Education Richard Noll Music Director 30 Peter Abraham Guidance Director Edward Ciiristopher Guidance Sandra Vogt Guidance Steven Mach Industrial Arts Raymond Duphily Industrial Arts Leo Charbonneau Occupational Ed. 37 Yearbook Staff Each year the staff has tried to provide this space with enlightening news on how the work was accomplished with diligence and conscientousness. They would proceed to say how the closeness and laughter they shared during this time made deadlines easier to bear and work more enjoyable. May the 1980 Yearbook staff be the first to crush you images of the work being glamorous and exciting; sorry to disappoint you folks, but the work became outright unbearable at times. Our original crew of about twenty dropped to about six or seven and work piled higher than we ever imagined possible; deadlines became a standing joke. Mr. Capone and Mrs. Reis were in a constant frenzy over the ad section and the financial end; many seniors were too busy to put their time into the book, so a few staff members were left with the bulk of the material. It was with the special help and determination of Caroline Perrone, Cindy Furtado, Anita Abbott, and Tina Gleason that the stacks of work were reduced. The possibility of wrapping the book up became more a reality than a hopeless case; another stab at perseverence seemed warranted. I ' m sure that in the course of the past few months the staff and Mr. Capone questioned their sanity — the degree of involvement and its importance was also questionable in the minds of the staff. There is only one word of advice we, the staff of the 1980 Polarion Yearbook, have for those interested students of the Yearbook: Don ' t join unless you plan on working diligently — too many will suffer from your mistakes. " Gnited we stand, divided we fall! " 39 Honor Society Left to right: Row 1: I. Alves, C. Zimmerman, K. LaBlanc, D. Janak, A. Rose, S. Bessettee, D. Thomas, J. McGinnis, C. Furtado, L. Christensen, C. Elliot, B. Dulong Row 2: K. Kalchthaler, R. Hill, C. Begin, D. Morals, L. Carroll, J. Kristofferson, S. LaBrie, D. Brulot, T. Gleason, L. Mondello, S. Santos, M. Arruda, C. Perrone, J. Caldwell. Row 3:P. Belliveau, M. Geisler, J. Leonard, P. Westgate, M. Roberts, M. Contardo, K. LaBlanc, , J. Sharland, L. Simas, J. Winberg, L. Fickert, S. Pullano, D. Higgins, N. Rumbut, P. Simmons, L. Mobark. The four qualifications of member- ship in the {National Honor Society are character, leadership, scholar- ship and service. This year sixty-one juniors and seniors have met these requirements. The officers of the 1979-80 school year include: Joni McGinnis, President; Margaret Burke, Vice-President; Lisa Hamp- ston, Secretary; and Debby Thomas, Treasu rer. The activities of Honor Society this year included, among other things, raffles and a book fair in order to earn money for senior scholarships. A great deal of the success of the Honor Society should be given to Mrs. Claire Ward, who has put in hours of her valuable time in order to make Apponequet proud of its outstanding students. 40 Senior Council Student Council The Senior Council and Student Council are made up of students which have been select- ed by their fellow classmates. The Senior Council plans the graduation, the prom, and the Senior Banquet. The members of the Senior Council are a selected few students which represent the Senior Class to the Stu- dent Body. The main responsibility of the Senior Council is to serve a happy and healthy year for the senior. 41 42 FOCAS The Future Occupational Club for Apponequet students is an organiza- tion whose main job is to raise mon- ey for scholarships. These scholar- ships are given to deserving seniors who are planning to further their education. FOCAS wishes to ex- press its gratitude to Mrs. Con- stance Barth, the club sponsor. Left to Right: M. Alvarez, I. Ashley, S. Grace, G. VanNostrand, S. Hague, D. Boardman Photography Left to Right: P. Bock, T. Mitchell, L. Mondeiio, B. White 44 Apponochefs Left to Right: Row 1: C. Bryson, L. Cross, S. Owen, C. Mello, B. Hagar, W. Sylvia; Row 2: T. LeBert, J. Walczak, K. Fontaine, P. Demoranville, D. Flint, M. Dooley, G. Giberti, D. Hixon, , S. Kubel, C. Roias; Row 3:tA %s LeComte, D. McCrohan, M. Ponsart, R. Silvia, M. Walczak, T. LaCroix, J. Cusson, M. Gurney, K. Dupuis, J. Walters, C. Rapoza, Mrs. Leonard. DECA Distributive Educational Clubs of America is a nationwide organization. DECA prepares high school juniors and seniors for careers in the Advertis- ing and Business World. Steve Al- varez and Barbara Barlow have shown outstanding progress in their two years which they have participated in DECA. 45 Cheerleaders Left to Right: Row 1: H. Cabucio; L. Carroll, D. Morals, V. Sylvia, D. Macomber, L. Berard, Row 2: V. Barboza, C. Levesque S. Graca, K. Ward, K. Young, T. Haire French Club 48 Traffic Squad Left to Right, T. Alves, L. Mondello, H. Cabucio, D. Morais, J. Fields, E. Silvia, P. Bock, C. Begin, L. Chamberlain, C. Perrone, A. Meninno, J. Nanfelt, G. Johnson, J. Healey, S. Moquin L. Christensen, A. Oiiviera, 1. Ashley, J. Krouzek. Drama Club 49 Sandpipers And Tribesmen Left to Right: Row 1:J. Lawrence, S. Bevilaqua, A. Mello, S. Arruda, L. Fickert, S. Herman. A. Oliveira, J. Healey, F. Leonard, Row2:P. Belliveau, T. Crump, M. Brown, G. Johnson, K. Healey, S. Gibney, M. Contardo Stage Band V The Class of 1980 REMEMBER WHEN . Mike and Damian were kicked out of the library and kept trying to sneak back i Reciting the parts of the skeleton in Mr. Piaseckl ' s Bio 1 class? Apponequet got speed bumps? Anita had her eye test and said the apple was floating across the table? We went to the thrilling prom of 79? We always went to McDonalds after field trips? Lisa fainted in 3rd grade and Mike Brown refused to pick her up? Soap operas? We felt really cheap as freshman when traffic squad members would grab us and say " Go around pi We would give freshman the wrong directions? Mr. Miller was the Middle School principal? All the girls had a crush on Mr. Ahem? Kathy ' s report on nostril hairs in 5th grade? Seniors traditional ride around? Nobody liked the majoretts? Alligator shirts? C.B. ' s were in? We were the first class to complete all four years at the Middle Schoof? Whenever the gang went roller skating we would pull Chinese fire drills? Mrs Quelle and her SRA ' S? Sherri and Margaret started a third row, boxing a bunch of cars in? The boys had wood and metal shop and the girls had cooking and sewing? You had to wear rubbers? Mr. Gallagher ' s pie in the face? Sandy broke Ann ' s nose at Clear Pond ' ? Sue and Mr. Wilcox? Getting carnations on Valentine ' s Day? Seniors were respected? Doreen ' s parties? Mary Jane was stuffed in a locker? " Chapstick races? Debbie yelled " oh-shit " in 9th grade English Class? When Caroline, Tina, and Anita all had long hair, and Karen had short? Debbie, Leslie, Vicki, and Doreen got their pictures taken on Santa ' s lap? The exchange concert choir finally had? The great feeling of being the richest class at Apponequet? Question: How was the present location of the school decided on? Answer: When it came time to decide on a location for a school, there was a choice of several possible places. One was what is now known as the Ted Williams Camp, which was then owned by the Boston Council of Boy Scouts. They were willing to sell the 55 acres of land, but the price of $55,000 seemed a little steep. We looked at a piece of land on Highland Road but received no encouragement and soon gave that up. Freetown had one or two suggestions but none proved feasible and we were still fishing when Mr. and Mrs. Paul Leonald offered 26 acres of land on which to build the school. Gratefully, we accepted the offer and surveyed the land. Another small peice of land adjacnt to the 26 acres was given to us by Mr. Ronald Mello and with these two gener- ous gifts we began to build our school. We later acquired some more land, from a Freetown fam- ily. Question: What was the atmosphere like during those first four years? Answer: It was good. Probably the hardest decision we made when the school first opened was to bring back the Seniors. The seniors from Free- town came back fairly happily as they were scat- tered all over, but the Lakeville seniors had always been made very welcome at Middleboro High School and it was harder for them to leave, but they were good about it. The enthusiasm for a new school was great. Question: Where there problems that first year? Answer: Yes, there were a few. When we brought our students back from the various high schools they were attending to Apponequet, there were some curriculum problems. First of all, the cur- ricula in the other schools were different and courses had different names at each school. This posed some scheduling problems, but we sur- vived. " , . . It was the staff that made it go, the enthusiasm in the school in those early years was absolutely fantastic. I have never seen anything like it since, and I don ' t know as we ever will, i guess it would take a brand new enterprise like that to see the kind of school spirit that we had. " When planning the 1980 anniversary edition of the Polarian, the editorial staff scheduled an interview with former principal of Apponequet High School, John Gsher. Now superintendent of schools in the Dover-Sherbourne School District of Massachusetts, Mr. Gsher was able to give us a first hand account of the lifestyle at Apponequet during those first crucial years. " My administration was beautiful for a lot of reasons: first of all we had a new school, it was a year old. And we had to consolidate curriculum . . . We had to put down in black and white what we were going to do 7 through 12 in English and math and science and social studies, ... so my job was really to put Appone- quet on the map. " With all the academic planning that had to be accomplished early on, one would have thought that athletic activities would have gotten set aside for awhile; on the contrary, both the communi- ties of Lakeville and Freetown were bound and deter- mined to have a football team. -ft Because of the way the school was built, the contract was to seed the field and then stay off it for a year. This didn ' t satisfy the community, they just had to have this football team. So Dick Bissonnette was hired as the football coach. The first practice brought every- one out to watch; and it was held in the middle of John Leonard ' s turnip field on Freetown Street. Mr. CJsher, who viewed the practice, recalls: " I can still see Dick Bissonnette teaching kids how to line up on a football field, the kids didn ' t even know what a 3 pt. stance was ... we had maybe 30 kids out there, I don ' t there were 3 of them who had even seen a fo otball. But talk about spirit, if you told the kids to, they ' d run through a brick wall. " 1 65 Well, I ' m sure if you asked any Junior what the word Junior meant, he would probably say that it means com- pleting the first two years of High School successfully. A member of the Junior class plays an important role in our school. Whether he has realized it or not, between his Sophomore and Junior years he has matured. He faces problems with an attitude of etiquette. The problems are no longer major ones and can be dealt with accordingly. He has more time for himself and takes advantage of the time while meeting more people. He also begins to openup to situations around him, whether they be his concern or not. Surely a Junior thinks of himself as an upper classman, but he also thinks of himself as one who has yet to reach the goal of Seniority. Class Officers: Jeff Leonard, Vice-President Cindy Plant, Secretary, Lisa Christensen, President; Charles Lavio- lette. Treasurer Student Council: Linda Medeiros, Amy Rose, Laurie Chamberlain. Karen LeFleur not in picture. 73 3 o After the first year of High School, a big heavy load seems to come off the shoulders of Sophomores. All the tension seems to have ceased or at least some has. A Sophomore realizes that there are many more responsi- bilities to be taken care of. He probably figures this would be his most crucial year in High School and decides to be tougher with himself. A sophomore comes to realize at this time that there are more important worldly prob- lems. He finds he must cram for tests, decide what he is going to do with his life after High School, and learn the responsibilities of being an upper classman. At this stage of High School, he probably doesn ' t realize just what being an upper classmen is really like. I ' m sure, though, that in time he will realize just what it is that goes into becoming a Junior. 74 Sophomore Spirit 75 Sophomore Homerooms Student Council: Sue Graca:; Bonnie Dearden; and Fransje Leonard Class Officers: Tina Comalli; Heidi Johnson; and Kathy Kalchtiialer I 76 A newcomer to the world of High School, a freshman enters the world of fear and hope. He fears that he will not adapt to situations at the High School - situations like crowded halls, classrooms and new people. A freshmen always wants to belong. It doesn ' t have to be anything in particular, just the group. He looks at everything as a problem that has to be figured out precisely. Instead of looking at his problems and figuring ways out, he just makes them worst. Also, he would like to have the upperclassmen think he is not a freshmen, but merely a person trying to make acquaintances. What he does not realize is that once you are a freshman you do belong. 82 Homeroom 142 Homeroom 144 Class Couple Diane Jeff Superlatives Superlatives Superlatives Superlatives Superlatives Superlatives Most Likely To Succeed Joni Kevin 88 Most Artistic Louie Debbie Superlatives Superlatives Superlatives Superlatives Superlatives Superlatives Most School Spirit Scott Linda 90 Most Talkative Sandy Damian Superlatives Superlatives Superlatives Superlatives Superlatives Superlatives Best All Around Paul Caroline 92 Whispering Echoes I ' d lli e to leave an echo Whispering softly down the ways. Of happy times and laughing times And bright and sunny days. I ' d like the tears of those who grieve To dry before the sun. Of happy memories that I leave When my life is done. Dedicated to the memory of John Sexton and Michael Barth by Cathy Bryson John Sexton Class of 1980 Anita Elizabeth Abbott 3 Cudworth Avenue Assonet " Among those I like I can find no common denominator, but among those I love I can, they all make me laugh. " Basketball 1; Student Council 1; Softball 1, 2; Musicals 2, 3; Field- Hockey 1, 2, 3, tri-capt. 4 " Nita " plans on staying happy, and having a good career in Phys- ical Therapy. Her favorite ' s are her family, friends, brother Steve, and Mr. Greeson. You can find her rol- lerskating, sewing, at games, or with Susan, Tina, and Artie. " That was Excellent " Stephen Paul Alvarez 23 Parker Drive East Freetown " You can do anything you want to if you try hard enough. " X-Country 1, 2; Track 2; Baseball Manager 2; Band 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Deca 3, 4; Musicals 1 Louie ' s goal in life is to be a police- man and travel around the United States for a year. Louie enjoys lis- tening to Boston, Bob Seger and James Taylor. Some of his favor- ites include seafood, Chinese food, and cheese burgers. His most memorable moment was when Barbara, Mike, Ded he went to the Prom of ' 79. The people he most admires are Mr. Rose and Mr. Greeson. " Nah ■ I don ' t think so. " Lorl Aivilhiera 105 A Main Street Lakeville " If you love something set it free; if it comes back to you it ' s yours, if it doesn ' t, it never was. " Al enjoys tennis and swimming, and if you happen to look for her at home, you ' ll be sure to find her in front of the t.v., soaking in all the sports programs. If she can get away from t.v., she hopes to be- come a wealthy lawyer and drive a Jaguar. But she ' ll never f orget go- ing to France, July 11, St. Tropez, or getting hit with a brownie. " Fudge! " Anthony Andrews 175 Slab Bridge Road Assonet The past four years at Apponequet have been filled with many memo- ries that will always be important to Anthony. The future hopefully, will bring success and good for- tune. Carl Angus 33 North Main St. Assonet " Wine, Women, Song " Carl can ' t seem to get enough of fishing, hunting and listening to music, especially Fleetwood Mac, The Doobie Brothers, and The Alan Parson Project. If you ' re looking for Carl, you will probably find him at the waterworks with Ann. Carl ' s most em- barrassing moment was writing something nasty about Mrs. Barth and having her read it. 98 Donald Antaya 5 Martin Drive Assonet Baseball 2, 3, 4, ior Council 4 Yearbook 4; Sen- Don ' s favorite musical groups are Billy Joel, Boston, and The Doobie Brothers. Some others are Ver- mont, New York, fried clams and pizza. Don is the most likely to be found at the movies, and someday he would like to travel to the west and to Switzerland. Don most ad- mires his parents. His favorite peo- ple are his friends and Mr. Jorgen- sen. His goal is to go to school and be successful. Brian K. Arguin Off Precinct Street Lakeville Football 1, 2, 4 Partying down the White Banks while listening to Hendrix, Spring- steen or Seger is the place to find Brian. He might be eating roast beef grinders or steak, but most likely he ' s remembering when he saw Bruce Springsteen in concert or thinking of his future trips to Colorado and Florida. For the most part, Brian wants to be happy and enjoy his work. " How ya doin ' ? " Dana Arruda 62 South Main Street Assonet Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 4; Choir 3 " Dane " likes sports and wood- working. His favorite place is 3rd base and his musical groups are E.W. F., Jackson Browne and James Taylor. Among his other fa- vorites are Pam, Tim, seafood, woodshop and P.E. Majors. Dana most admires his parents, godpar- ents, Mr. Looney and Mr. Simas. His pet peeves are people who don ' t match their clothes. Some- day he ' d like to move to California and become a successful carpen- ter. June of 1981, Dec. 12. 1978 are favorite dates. " What ' s the matter? " Theresa Anne Balonis 318 Bedford Street Lakeville " The door of friendship is un- locked by a smile. " Terry enjoys sailing, listening to Areosmith, Beatles and Jay Geils. Among her favorites are pizza, Marthas Vineyard, N.Y. City, la- sagna and Dec. 21. She is most likely to be found out with her friends and a few would be Chris- tine, M.K., and Jackie. Terry most admires Miss LeComte and her mother. Someday she would like to travel to California and Hawaii, and eventually get married. " Be se- Marianne Arruda 39 Chipaway Road East Freetown " In every living creature is the spir- it to be free. " Honor Society 3, 4; Track 2; Pep Club 3; Tutor Program 3, 4 You could probably find M.A. at the ocean or in New Hampshire lis- tening to James Taylor or Chic, probably eating Hershey bars or barbecued spareribs. Going horse- back riding on Lady, watching Dan Banana on " Vegas " or tutoring, might be other places to find M.A. Traveling to Hawaii, becoming a speech therapist, and breeding Arabian horses a re things for the future. Remember when Ded left M.A. talking to herself about Mena- chem Begin? Barbara Barlow 121 So. Main Street Assonet " There are two days about which no one should worry — yesterday and tomorrow. " Barb, or M.J., has been actively involved in DECA at Apponequet in hopes of furthering her aspira- tions toward management. Favor- ites range from motorcycle riding to swimming and dancing; Styx, Lynard Skynyrd, Jim Croce, and Couto Mulligan are groups that Barbara can enjoy while eating french fries, Italian Subs, or Chi- nese food. Barbara will go to col- lege and eventually settle down to the family-life. " Don ' t you go pickin ' at me now. " Robert A. Barlow Jr. 25 WInfield Street East Freetown " The quest of life is to live it. " Class vice president 2, 3, 4; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 4, Musical 3; Play 4; Choir 4. Bob, an active member of the class of " 80 " , is most likely found at Independence Harbor, perhaps dreaming of his future travels to Tahiti or Switzerland. Bob most ad- mires Mr. Rose and his grandmoth- er. He plans to attend college ma- joring in Biology. (Sounds impres- sive!) " Go for it. " Arthur Barselou 459 Lakeside Avenue Lakeville " I shall return. " Alaska is one place Toby hopes to reach. His goal is to become a pho- tographer. When Zute ' s around, playing hockey, eating hambur- gers, and listening to Atlantic Aces or J. Giles Band becomes more en- joyable. Among Toby ' s favorites are U.S. History, Lincoln Park, and girls. Gene Bartlett Bedford Street Lakeville Track 1; Cross country 1 Would you believe eating steak, rice, eggs, lasagna, hamburgers, and chicken is Gene ' s hobby? His favorite places include Vermont, California, and Hawaii. Gene is most likely to be found talking to Mrs. Casey or working on his white wagon. His pet peeves are snobby girls. Been to the banks lately, Gene? William Beaudoin 10 Denise Avenue East Freetown Track 1, 2, 3, 4; X-Country 1 Billy really likes to hunt and fish, and he can also relate to lying on the beach listening to Boston and even possibly munching on some steak. Bill ' s fa- vorite place in school is the gym and someday he ' d like to travel to Alaska. He most admires Mr. Gree- son and for his future, he ' s sure he wants to go to college. 100 Cheryl Begin Lakeside Avenue Lakeville Honor Society 3, 4; Musicals 1, 2, 3; Choir 1. 2, 3, 4; Traffic Squad 3. 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Dis- trict 1. If you want to become a nurse then it only makes sense that Biology and Mrs. Ward are Beeg ' s favorite. Among these too are Jana, Deb- bie, and Annie; did any of you girls meet critters at the vineyard or at the musical, " Annie " ? Cheryl ' s fa- vorites include pizza-subs, E,W, F., and sailing. " What a twit! " Elaine Begin 72 Chace Road East Freetown " Fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul, rather fear him which is able to destroy both in hell. " SEMSBA 1; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Stu- dent Council 4; Band 3, 4; Field Hockey 3; Spanish Club 3 All fruit vegetables except egg- plant, are " Beeg ' s " favorite food, and her favorite hobbies include. The Beatles, and watching old movies. Remember the SEMSBA audition, Elaine? Her goal is to be a theater major in colleg e and be successful. Peter Belliveau 10 Coomb Street Lakeville Musicals 1-3; Senior Play 3, 4; Ba- seball 1,2; Band 1-4; Stage Band 1- 4; Choir 1-4; Semsba ' 79; National Honor Society 3, 4; Tribesmen 4. " To live is to learn. " Pete can vividly remember being pantsed at a track meet — good thing Nancy wasn ' t there! One goal of Pete ' s is to travel outside of the Lakeville-Assonet area; an- other is to major in electronics and minor in music. Italian and Chinese food are favorites to Pete ' s palate while Sea Level, Styx, Steve Mill- er, and the Eagles sooth his musi- cal ear. Scott Bennett Mallane St Lakeville Cross Country 1, 2, 3; Swim Team 2; Track 1, 2, 3; Honor Society Tissue ' s hobbies are Kyaking and archery. His favorites include Maine, Kiss, ELO. His favorite foods are steak, pizza and Malson. He is most likely to be found in gym or his math class. He would like to travel to California, Colora- do and Hawaii. Scotts pet peeves are: People who put other people down. After school he plans to go to College. Leslie Ann Berard 29 Winfield Street East Freetown " Friendship is a special kind of love. " Cheering 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1 Les is most likely to be found at the Weathervane. She enjoys going for walks, or listening to Barry Manilow and the Doobies Brothers. In the future Les hopes to be happy and successful in whatever she does. Some of her favorites include her sister, pepsi, Helen, Cheering, Doreen, and Chinese Food. Leslie will always remember making Cheering, and will never forget when she dropped 3 books in the Biology Fish tank. She most admires her Dad, and someday hopes to travel to Hawaii. " Ya - Seven. " 101 Kelly Bernier 5 Chipaway Lane East Freetown " Smile and the world smiles with you, frown and you frown alone. " DECA 4 Aggravating people and greasy hair really turn Kelly off. Riding motorcycles, New Hampshire, Aer- osmith, pizza and Scott have the reverse effect. Kei can be found dreaming of Florida or California while at her Aunt ' s house or at hairstyling school with her Mom and Maggie. September 10th is her secret day and she most admires Mrs. Engel and Rod Stewart. " I ' m not as dumb as you look. " Ann Bevilaqua 47 Forge Road Assonet " We must always have old memo- ries and young hopes. " Softball 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1. 2 Listening to Cheap Trick, the Cars and Styx while eating Whoppers with Lisa and M.N. are ways you ' ll find Annie Beth spending her spare time. She can be found at Lisa ' s house talking about New York and Boston, or planning a trip to Eur- ope. Her parents are the people she most admires, with Mr. Stark and Mr. Courtemache running close seconds. Going into business is her future plan, and she ' ll miss her friends the most after graduation. Carol J. Bollesen 159 Precinct Street Lakeville " The creation of a thousand for- ests is in one acorn. " Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Span- ish Club 1, 2, 3; FOCAS 1, 2; Band 1, 2. 3, 4; Drama 3, 4 Swiss rolls and french fries are good for eating, but nothing beats the beach and mountains. Some- day Chetna hopes to visit Den- mark Hawaii, maybe bringing along Oncle Rudy. At present she enjoys training her dog, swimming, Softball and listening to Styx. Real- ly Carol, " Ask me if I care. " Gerald Bosse 283 Taunton Street Lakeville Baseball 1; Club 2. Basketball 2; Spanish Gerry would love to be found on a beach in Hawaii surrounded by girls while listening to Jethro Tull and munching on pizza. Maybe he ' d bring along Joe and a few oth- er friends so they could get togeth- er on Friday nights — especially if they went to a computer dance again and Gerry got matched up with the most girls. Gerry most ad- mires his mom and dad and Mr. Jorgensen. No wonder, his favorite subject is history! Catherine J. 7 Pierce Way East Freetown Bowman " It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the life. " Honor Society 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Softball 1, 2. 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 4. If Cathy wasn ' t stuck at McDonald ' s, she ' d be traveling to France or Ireland. Cathy dislikes crack- ing knuckles and people who mumble, but ranking at the top of her list are Madame Teves, Italian food, pecan candies, her family and friends, and June 21st. At the moment, Cathy likes going to the beach or to Ted ' s river although her future plans are to continue her education and go to college. t 102 Lorraine Boyd 13 Kenneth Street Lakeville " A nnan never injured his eyesight by looking at the bright side of things. " French Club 1; Spanish Club 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 Newport, Rutland or the beach is where Lorraine can be found listen- ing to Bob Seger, Beatles and James Taylor. If she isn ' t there she might be in the nurse ' s office, but don ' t bother to look at the middl e school or Math Class. (Her favorite day was the last of Math!) Mr. Tripp, Mr. Greeson and D. Morals are her favorites. Someday Lor- raine hopes to be a Spanish major. " Oh Lord. " Scott Brady Hill Top Acres Lakeville " Be what you want to be, not what others want you to be. " X-Country 1, 2, Basketball 1; Man- ager 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3 " Zim " can be found at Lakeville Recreation, or running over to the Four Quarters for a quick lunch of prime rib before going to work. Why is Scott working? Perhaps to get enough money to travel to Ha- waii and to Spain, or to buy Chris, Scott Dave Rush concert tickets. Douglas Ray Broadbent Hemlocks Road Lakeville " If what you did yesterday still looks big to you today, then you haven ' t done much today. " X-Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Swim Team 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2 Look for Doug in his Bronco at Sandy Neck on the Cape, but we doubt Dennis and Scott will be along. Another place to find him would be running, maybe with Coach Steve Gardner. Someday he might run all the way to Colorado or California, that is, if he doesn ' t become a commercial pilot and fly there instead. Kevin Micheal Brown 373 Lakeside Avenue Lakeville " Yesterday is never gone as long as there are memories to look back Kev enjoys maple walnut ice cream, the mountains, and Can- ada. Someday " Kurly " hopes to travel to Switzerland and Norway to do a little skiing - but not until he becomes a dentist. His favorite people are Bob, Phil, Dave and Louie but he most admires Mrs. Rose, Mr. Furtado, and the music of Boston, James Taylor, and Billy Joel. Chem Phys might be a joy, but timed achievement tests aren ' t! Right, Kev? Michael S. Brown 197 Main Street Lakeville " Master, when my final song is sung, with your mercy I pray that you ' ll say well done. " Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Sandpipers and Tribesmen 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 " Hey Ed, it ' s a poulan! " is what you might hear while walking past a restaurant in Newport. Gpon fur- ther investigation you ' ll find that the source is Mike talking over a plate full of swordfish or prime rib and drinking molson. Mike ' s ambi- tion is to become rich by being an architect or lawyer. 103 Debra Brulotte 71 A Rhode Island Road Lakeville " Reach for the heavens and hope for the future and all that we can be, not what we are. " Softball 1, 2; Honor Society 3, 4 It ' s easy to picture Deb going shop- ping with Peggy, Joni or Vicki to pick up the lates album from Bread, John Denver, or Neil Dia- mond, but you ' d probably find her in the Guidance Office deciding which college to attend between her travels to Colorado and the Carribbean. Deb ' s most memora- ble moment was walking into AHS as a senior, and why not? Danielle Bruno 85 Dr. Braley Road East Freetown " . . . so we shall be one, and an- other ' s all. " Apponechefs; Spanish Club 1, 2 Do you think eating all-American apple pie while dreaming about traveling to France is a strange combination? Danielle doesn ' t. She plans to travel after college and have a career working with ani- mals. If you hear the Stones or the Beatles coming out of a car head- ing towards Boston - take a peak inside - it just may be Danielle with her Aunt Beverly. Cathy Ann Bryson 101 Fourth Avenue Lakeville " To live fully is to live freely; to take each day and make it yours. " Majorettes 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4 Cathy plans to further her school- ing and marry Mark. She likes be- ing at the beach or at Mark ' s. Cathy most admires her mother and Joyce. Some of her pals are Mark, Norma, Debbie, Karatz and Joyce. Cathy ' s pet peeves are snobby people and liars. Her favor- ites include food, Heath bars, ELO and pizza. Sherri Bumpus 199 Main Street Lakeville " Live for today, dream of tomor- row, learn from yesterday. " Among Sherri ' s favorites are Cape Cod, friends, fudge and seafood. Bump most admires her mom and Mr. Greeson, although Chem Phys is her favorite class. Sherri would love to be in Bermuda or Califor- nia, listening to Yes, The Who, Jackson Browne and Zeppelin, July 4th of 1979 was a day to re- member. How about the day you got caught trying to leave school early? Her best friends are Marga- ret, Deb and Norm. ' Way to go! " Margaret Mary Burke 53 Old Powder House Road Lakeville " The happiest moments in my life have been in the flow of affection among friends " T. Jefferson Choir 4; Pep club 1, 4; French club 1, 4; Vice-pres. 4; Honor Society 3, 4; (vice-pres) From Boz Scaggs and Billy Joel to the Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan - Peggy can enjoy them all. She loves to be near the ocean - no wonder the Bahamas is the place she wants to visit. She ' s already been to France - remember the exchange of ' 79? Some of her favorites are her friends and hamburgers. 104 Susan Ann Butler 17 Paul Avenue East Freetown " Don ' t walk in front of me, I may not follow. Don ' t walk behind me, I may not lead. Just walk beside me be my friend. " June 4, 1978 is " Butt ' s " favorite date. Other favorites include horse- back riding, Ronald, John Denver and Italian food. She would like to travel to Hawaii, England and Rome. " Butts " hopes to practice up her typing and become a good secretary. Her favorite teacher is Mr. Greeson, and her pet peeve is the girl ' s room gang. " Probably! " Michael Buttermore Bedford Street Lakeville " Live long, be free and prosper! " Choir 3, 4; Football Manager Buttermore enjoys listening to the Doobies, E. W. F., and the Blue Brothers. His favorites are his friends, and Mrs. Parker is most admired. Other favorites are dori- tos, twinkles, and double stuff Oreos. His future plans are to live in the mountains and ski every chance he gets. But, " Who cares! " anyway, Mike? Helen Cabucio 3 Cranberry Drive Assonet " For everything you have missed, you have gained something else, and for everything you gain, you lose something else. " Cheering 2, 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Spanish Club 1 , 2, 3; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Helen is most likely to be found on the telephone, maybe gabbing with one of her favorite people, Leslie or Doreen. When she ' s not talking, she likes to listen to Cheap Trick or Billy Joel. Though her brother Matthew is another favorite, she most admires Mr. Furtado. Her pet peeve is girls who insist calling boys who have steady girlfriends. Most of all Helen wishes to be hap- py and succ essful and travel to Australia and Bermuda. Linda Carroll Paul Avenue East Freetown " Tis better to love one man lots than to love lots of men little. " Cheering 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4 Linda, who would like to travel to Hawaii and Colorado someday; hopes to be happy and successful in whatever she does. Her most memorable moment was being in the musicals, while her most em- barrassing moment was when she broke her ankle at a Football Game while cheering. Some of her favor- ites include Mark, Diane, cheese- cake, McDonalds, Seal ' s Croft ' s, James Taylor and May 25, 1977. " Are you crazy? " Patricia M. Caron 16 Hawes Drive East Freetown " Let there be such oneness be- tween you, that when one cries the other will taste salt. " Watching Tom play football is something Trish really enjoys, not to mention the beach on the Cape or California. You can find " Pinky " with Tom, her parents, Dannie, Jaryd or her grandmother doing anything from eating Chinese food or lasagna, talking on the phone, or listening to E.W. F., or Elvis Cos- tello. Happiness is May 13, 1977, Mr. Greeson, Mrs. Soares, her fam- ily and Red Sandie ' s house, but her dislike is the notorious " Girls ' Room Gang " ! " Is this taxable? " 105 John Carter 17 Quanapoag Rd. East Freetown " If you don ' t understand my si- lence, then you won ' t understand my words. " Band 3, 4; Choir 4; Swim 3; Foot- ball 4; Track 4 John ' s future ambitions are to fur- ther his schooling and to play sports. Someday he would like to travel to London, Hawaii, and Aus- tralia. His favorite places a re New Hampshire and Colorado. John ' s favorite date is Dec. 9, 1962. Donald Charron 137 Chipaway Road East Freetown Florida and Hawaii are destinations for the future, but only after be- coming a computer programmer. In the meantime Rolo is satisfied riding motorcycles or listening to Boston, ELO, Styx or Queen. His Mom Dad are special and he ' s most likely to be found at home doing his Algebra. Don ' s pet peeves include people who think they ' re better than others. Every- one wishes you luck in all you un- dertake. Robert J. Clarke Jr. 436 Lakeside Avenue Lakeville " That ' s life, take the good with the bad. " Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4 Bob says he ' s going to college and going to succeed. When you think of basketball, think of Bob. His most memorable moment was when he was named to the Stan- dard Times All Scholastic Basket- ball Team. One day you ' ll meet Bob in Alaska or Vermont fishing, eating tacos, pizza and Chinese food. He most admires his parents and Mr. Greeson. Virginia Castellano 49 Heritage Hill Drive Lakeville " Finding the one you love is find- ing yourself. " Drama Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Choir 3; Ginny enjoys sailing, gymnastics, and playing her piano. Among her favorites are Ohio, Newport, R.I., Billy Joel, and Cat Stevens. Ginny isn ' t fussy when it comes to food. She likes Seafood, Italian food, Chi- nese food, and don ' t forget the M M ' s. Ginny most admires her parents and Miss LeComte. " This is true, right Ginny? " Lisa Chausse 50 Rhode Island Road Lakeville " What the brain knows today the heart will understand tomorrow. " Choir 2, 3, 4; Musical 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Lise knows everybody, but she still has her favorites. John, Linda, Mark, Debbie, Amy, B.J., Kev and Shawn are at the top of her list. If you ' re down the banks, between the lakes or at the waterworks, Li- sa ' s sure to be there, listening to Billy Joel, Lynard Skynard or the Grateful Dead and chugging down a Molson. Lise loves to party and be with her buddies and she can always be found in the bathroom - but Lisa wasn ' t there on July 4, 1979. She has special admiration for her mom and dad and Mr. Gree- son. Lisa wants to become a law- yer and someday be Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. " What a rush! " James Cobb Pickens Street Lakeville " I have not yet begun to fight. " Jim enjoys playing soccer and he ' d enjoy it even more if it were all girls playing against him. He can be seen at the Dartmouth Mall, probably eating hamburgers or piz- za. His favorite class is U.S. Histo- ry, although he ' d be a lot happier listening to J. Geils or the Atlantic Aces. His favorite date is May 18, 1980. (Anything to do with gradu- ation?) He most admires Zute and Mr. Sylvia. (Oh Jim! And you want to be rich?) Steve Colucci 20 Vaughan Street Lakeville " You will lose tomorrow looking back on yesterday. " Baseball 1, 2; Football 1; Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4. Someday Steve would like to trav- el to Florida, Hawaii, or Jamaica. Perhaps when he gets there he ' ll remember all the good times on weekends at the White Banks, and the drive-in. I ' m sure he ' ll remem- ber those good times while listen- ing to E.W. F., Joe Jackson, the Doobies, or while eating McDon- alds french fries. David Constantine 50 Chase Road East Freetown " Hit ' em where they ain ' t. " French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; " Const " loves to play baseball and hockey. He ' s a fan of Jim Fregosi, the 3 Stooges and Harpo Marx, while he ' ll always remember May 20, 1970, and Bernie Carbo ' s 8th inning game tying home run in the 6th game of the 1975 World Series. As you can already tell by his en- thusiasm with sports, Dave would like to pursue a career as a sport ' s announcer and hopefully travel all around the U.S. He most admires Lou Gehrig, but Const ' s pet peeves are people who brag and free agents. " Nothing up my sleeve, presto! " Richard Cornell 14 Ma I bone Lakeville " Richie ' s " future plans are to marry Debbie and to be happy with her. Besides Debbie, Richie ' s other favorites are watching T.V., driving and working — although he does like to go to Cousin Dave ' s now and then. Rich munches out on fish chips, and probably does so when getting into some rock, especially Aerosmith. Richie most admires Mr. Stark and enjoys Woodshop in Apponequet. " Squirt. " Mark Contardo 35 Winfield Street East Freetown " Of all the noises, I find music the least disagreeable. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 2, 3, 4; Tribesman 2, 3, 4; plays 2, 4; Musicals 1, 2, 3; Hon- or Society 3, 4; Traffic Squad 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4 Mark is most likely to be found at Linda ' s locker or the music room. Among his favorites are Chuck Mangione, jazz, Kevin, Ted, and the rest of the gang, but mostly Linda. He enjoys eating at McDon- alds or the Cafe Roma, no wonder his favorite saying is " Lunch " . Mark ' s favorite date is May 25th while his most memorable mo- ment was getting his 1st role in a musical. In the future, Mark would like to get his B.S. degree and go on to become a pilot in the Air Force. Also, he hopes to travel to Hawaii and Colorado. 107 Damian Correia Forest Park Drive Lakeville " There is a pleasure in madness that none but madmen know. " Football 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Choir 3, 4 When Dame isn ' t skiing, you can usually find him eating veal cutlets or pizza. His favorite people are the senior class and he most admires Mr. Courtemanche. Dame ' s ambi- tion in life is to become a secret service agent and travel to (Jtah or Europe; among his pet peeves are deoderant commercial. " Don ' t be stupid • go for it. " Elizabeth Costa 3 Point Street Assonet " She looks like an angel and acts like one too, but you never can tell what an angel will do. " Twinks loves waterskiing, horse- back riding and partying which she might be doing in Newport. Her fa- vorite tunes come from Tull, Styx and Zepplin. She enjoys marriage class with Mr. Capone and admires Mrs. Reis. She will never forget 2 14 78 when she got her ring or the orange tan from Q-T. Someday Twinks hopes to visit California with Bob. Kenneth Costa 118 Chase Road East Freetown " If at first you don ' t succeed, you ' re only human. " If you walk into Everybody ' s Pizza, you might just catch Ken munch- ing on a pizza with an ice cream sundae at his side. Doreen, Mike, and all his other friends could be there too, dreaming of how Kenny would spend his money when he becomes rich - very rich! First, per- haps he ' ll take a trip to Hawaii or Salt Lake City, (Jtah, then he might get married and share his wealth with his family. But how can you trust a rich guy who ' s favorite class in high school was lunch? Deborah Ann Couet 417 Lakeside Avenue Lakeville " Live each moment for what it is because you can never live that moment again. " Swim Team 2, 3; Drama Club 4; Yearbook 2, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4 " Rocky " finds lots of pleasure swimming, water skiing and sailing on the Cape. Cathy and Tommy are her favorite people. She would like to travel to California, get a degree in business, get married and live in Wyoming. No one caught Ded tripping over Jim ' s car, did they? " Ah, C ' mon! " Denise M. Craw 7 High Street Assonet " Smile and the world smiles with you. Cry and you cry alone. " Denise, perhaps, spent a memorable summer ' 79 on the Cape lying on the beaches listening to the Stones with her friends. Most likely she was dream- ing of the beaches of Hawaii or Califonia. She loves Chinese food, pizza, and M M ' s. She most ad- mires her mom and Mike. She really won ' t forget the day she loves the most, August 18. 1979. Peter E. Dagenais 23 Gurney Road East Freetown Football 1 November 5th and Christmas Day rate almost as high as ice skating, his family, the beach, motorcycles and music to Dash. He listens to 8- tracks in his room, mostly the tunes of ELO, Eagles and Steve Miller. Mr. Andrade is the man he admires, and maybe that ' s why Automotive Theory is a favorite class. Tennessee and Michigan are were Pete ' s headed for in the fu- ture. Lots of luck! " Say What? " Phillip Dandrea 21 Beach Bluff Road East Freetown " Goodnight Sibby Sisti wherever you are. " Baseball 1, 2, 3 Dandy can be found either playing baseball or cursing the Red Sox ' s losing streak while munching on his favorite food, Fenway Franks. Jean Ratelle ' s overtime goal in game 4 of the 1978-79 Stanley Cup Playoffs was Phil ' s most memora- ble moment. And believe it or not Phil does like something not sports oriented, Mrs. Rose ' s 6th period European Literature class. Phil ' s favorite date is October 3, 1951. " Stan Jonathan into the boards. " John Davis Box 294A North Precinct Street Lakeville John ' s whole world is sports and we ' d guess that his favorite one is baseball, considering Fenway Park is his favorite place, and he most admires Carl Yastrzemski! But how can history, his favorite sub- ject, be related to baseball? It probably isn ' t but can ' t you see him right now, sitting in front of the television with a pizza at his side, watching the World Series? Laurie Anne Dearden 8 Chace Road East Freetown " To know is nothing at all, to imag- ine is everything. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2; Softball 2; Stageband 3, 4; If you drop in on Lau someday, you ' ll probably find her near a pi- ano or listening to Billy Joel, Ea- gles, or McCartney Wings. But if you catch her on another day, you may find her jogging, playing soft- ball, or skiing. Laurie ' s favorite day is April Fool ' s Day. " No, really? " David G. Dellarocco 16 Coombs Street Lakeville " Life is like a vacuum ... " Football 1, 2; Basketball 1,2; Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2; Dave likes cruising, but is most likely to end up at the Banks or Richard ' s Pub with his friends. He enjoys the music of Neil Young, and Supertramp, along with foods like Lasagna, Pizza and lobster. In the future Dave plans to go to col- lege and get into business manage- ment. Want to go to Zimbaway, Rhodesia? Dave does! " Don ' t wimp out - go for it! " 109 Joanna Demoura County Road Lakeville The past four years at Apponequet have been filled with many memo- ries that will always be important to Joanna. The future hopefully, will bring success and good for- tune. John DeMoura Jr. Pickens Street Lakeville " Sometimes you eat the bear, oth- er times the bear eats you. " Spanish Club 1 John enjoys cars, and that ' s where he ' s most likely to be found ■ al- though he likes the country and Las Vegas. Dave, Mrs. Teeves, Denise, and his Mom and Dad are John ' s favorite people, and pizza, hamburg, E.L.O., Styx and Bread are some other favorites. John ' s favorite class is study, and he ' ll always remember the Jr. Prom and Nov. 3, 1978. Hitting Mike ' s car with the wrecker is a no-no that ' ll always stand out as a redfaced mo- ment for John .... " Excuuuse Me! " Robert Depin 22 Locust Street Assonet " I came, 1 saw, I conquered. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1 Bob can be found working in wood- shop or maybe fooling around with all his friends in study. Bob who is the senior drummer in Stage Band, likes listening to the Eagles, while he eats spaghetti on Friday the 13th. He would like to travel to Europe and enter a music college. Norman DesRoches 5 Howland Road Assonet " Roche ' s " favorite things begin at going to New Bedford and partying with his old friends, and his favor- ite people are girls and no doubt being with them behind the ice rink while listening to the tunes of Zep- pelin, Styx and Pink Floyd. If, by chance, you look into Appono- chefs, you might see Roche trying to develop his skills as a chef. Nor- man wants to travel to California and Florida by car, and he ' ll prob- ably leave on his favorite day • when he gets out of school. When he goes, he may leave his school memories behind, but he ' ll bring with him thoughts of his dad and Mr. Berry. Adam Dias 310 Taunton Street Lakeville " Everybody ' s crazy, it ' s just that some hide it bet- ter tha n others. " If you want to find Adam, just look anywhere except school, though he hopes to travel to Califor- nia some day. January 27, 1980 holds special memories for Adam, and his favorite person is Laurie. " Leave it alone. " Scott Donahue 141 Main Street Lakeville Golf 1, 4 Listening to Van Halen, Heart, Led Zeppelin, or any kind of rock are Scott ' s pastimes. Another favorite is eating pizza and fried ciiicken. in the future he wants to travel to California, Las Vegas and the Vir- gin Islands. Scott also likes to be around people who are easy to get along with. Todd Donahue 141 Main Street Lakeville If you found Todd pushing a lawn mower around his house, you could guess that he was building up a hunger for a lunch of hot dogs. Or else doing work to earn money to go to Las Vegas or Cali- fornia with his favorite people - girls! His favorite date is June 1st and he remembers most, the day he got his license. He must have decided he would need it in order to work for a construction com- pany in the future. Paul Donegan Southworth Street Lakeville " It is Better to be Small and Shine, than to be Great and Cast a Shad- ow. " Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4 Paul ' s future goal is to live a long, happy, and successful life. Some of his favorites include Ireland, Football Camp, hotdogs. Fruit Loops, Swanson t.v. dinners, Billy Joel, and November 23, 1978. He enjoys sailing catamarans, and do- ing manly deeds. He most admires his parents, and the coaches at Ap- ponequet. " It is not over until it ' s over. " Melanie Dupuis 259 Middleboro Road East Freetown " The true reflection of a person comes from the heart, not from a mirror. " Melanie is most likely to be found with Glen. Some of her favorites include the Water Works, lasagna, apples, Moody Blues, Glen and 9 3 78. She most admires her Grandmother and Mrs. Reis. Some- day Melanie would like to travel to Hawaii and Italy. Jackie Marie Duval 5 Nestle ' s Lane East Freetown " Love is not measured by how many times you touch each other, but by how many times you reach each other. " Jackie is most likely to be found at Laurie ' s or in her room. Her future plans include getting married, be- ing happy, and just making all the right decisions in life. Some of her favorites include Mike, Laurie, Vicki, Ann, Bob Segar, out in the quiet woods, and January 31, 1979. Someday Jackie would like to travel to Florida and Colorado. " HuH? " Charles M. Elford 1 1 Gurney Road East Freetown " Life is like a beaver colony • just one damn thing after anotfier. " It ' s not hard to find Chuck, just listen for a gunshot or the sound of a plane ' s engine and you ' re bound to find him. When Chuck sits down to eat, he ' ll be sinking into a steak and baked potato with either Coke or tea. Some of his favorite sub- jects are Government, Law, and Western Lit. In the future he ' ll be traveling the U.S. •■ Laurie A. Fernald 8 Stetson Street Lakeville " Long May You Run. " Class Secretary 3, 4; Senior Coun- cil 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; X- Country Manager 4 Lau ' s going to become a success- ful journalist someday, believe that? How about a book on how you flunked your license? That ' ll have to wait • right now she ' s hap- py being with Mike and the rest of her pals. Laurie gets into steak, the Banks, America and most admires Mr. Furtado and her grandparents. " Calm Yourself. " Mark Fernandes 6 Kenneth Street Lakeville " The more I study the more I know, the more I know the more I forget, the more I forget the less I know, so why study? " New Years Eve is a good time for Mark, as long as not in the presence of people discoing. He spends his time drinking Molson Golden Ale, eating Italian food, listening to Pink Floyd, Neil Young and the Who, and most likely at the White Banks. Some- day Mark will visit Florida California to do some skiing or go to a few parties. Laurie Fici ert 74 Vaughn Street Lakeville Sandpipers Tribesmen 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Musi- cal 1, 2, 3; Semsba 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook 3, 4. Singing, going out for Chinese food and perfecting her tennis skills are all past times that Laurie would never give up. Laurie ' s ambition in life is to become a successful law- yer and to travel around the world. I Julia Catherine Fields 543 Braley Road East Freetown " Whatever is worth doing at all, is worth doing well. " Student Council - President 1, 2, 3, 4; Traffic Squad - Captain 3, 4; Bas- ketball 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Year- book 4; Office Aide 4 Julie enjoys dancing, sports and gymnastics. Making a Student Council Speech in her freshmen year will be most remembered by Julie, as her most embarrassing moment. Some of her favorite peo- ple are GiGi, Will, Auntie Ethel, Cathy, J. A., and Lisa. December 19, 1978 is her favorite date and Julie most admires her Mother. " OH - NO " . 112 Cynthia M. Furtado 21 Buena Vista Street Assonet " Today well-lived, makes every yesterday a dream of happiness, and every tomorrow a vision of hope. " Choir 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Honor Soci- ety 4; Senior Council. Outside is where you are likely to find Cin, breathing the fresh New England air. When relaxing, she lis- tens to Seals Croft, Streisand, James Taylor, and Bread, or spends time with her friends, eat- ing steak, fish, or salads. Before becoming a psychiatrist, she hopes to see the rest of the eastern coast, and maybe Europe. " You ' re Kidding me!? " David Gagne 4 Highland Ridge Road Assonet Dave loves Cars, drive-ins, and rock music and can be found just about everywhere. What ever hap- pened June 22, 1979 is a secret to us but Dave will never forget it, nor will he forget spilling milk down the front of himself in 4th grade. One of Daves hobbies is skipping school but surprisingly enough he most admires Mr. Berry. He also loves women and any kind of food. He would like to travel to Japan France and plans on becoming rich. " Go Slow, Kid. " Donna Gallant Churchill Shores Lakeville " Live each day to its fullest because you will never know what tomorrow may bring. " Yearbook 4 Donna is another struggling secretarial student who hides away in Kinney Shoe Store. Does teach- ing Mrs. Reis cats cradle have anything to do with future business plans? You may find her rollerskat- ing to Billy Joel or just relaxing to Barry Manilow, but she ' ll probably be with Sue or Michael. Scott Garvey Pierce Avenue Lakeville " Smile, the whole world is yours. " Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, " Damn Yan- kees " ; Honor Society 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; " Garv " gets into coins, science fic- tion books, and listening to the Doobies, Tull, E. W. F., and Little River Band. He ' d like to travel to Egypt, but no doubt he ' ll have to leave his friends, Skuns, Phil, Carl, Kevin and Paul behind. When he returns, Garv will work on helping the younger Apponequet team stop losing to Middleboro. Mr. Greeson, Mrs. Casey and his dad are on the top of his list. Although double labs in Chem Phys. really are at rock bottom. " Good morn- ing! " Alfred L. Gauthier Rhode Island Road Lakeville " Don ' t ask what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country. " Basketball 1; Track 1 Can you picture Al going up on stage to meet Major Mudd? But now he ' s into horseback riding jogging. You might find Al walking in Canada or the woods, humming music from the Cars or Kiss, and thinking about Sherry. " Who died and left you boss? " Christina Marie Gleason 28 Rounsevell Drive East Freetown " When I have nothing to worry about, I worry about that. " Class Tres. 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbooi 4; Softball 2, 3; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3 Tina, a staunch supporter for the X Country and football teams, plans to be a Marine Biologist. Among her favorites are Mom Dad, Diane Donna, and the usual gang. Tina would like to travel to the Carribbean or Ireland; it would be the only place she could listen to Barry Manilow in peace. Robert Gonsalves Taunton Street Lakeville Bobby loves cooking and eating breakfast, even likes working! In fact he ' s most likely to be found at work! He ' ll listen to any kind of music and wants to travel all over the U.S. His favorite place is be- tween the lakes or the New Hamp- shire-Maine area. May 19th is his favorite date and Deca is his best class. His future includes college and Joanne . . . Greg Goodwin Plymouth Street Lakeville " We do not remember days, we remember moments. " Football 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3 " Petna " loves to ride his motorcy- cle, no wonder his future plan is to own a Harley Davidson. Something Greg hates is two faced people, but he likes Jessica, his mom dad. Jay, Dennis, Linda, Chuck and Bill. Some of his other loves are ham- burgers, french fries and apple pie. One of these days Greg hopes to go to California or Florida; afterall, it ' s the next best thing to the 1st island and Long Pond. Lisa C. Hampston 3 Water Street Assonet " When love is at its best, one loves so much that he cannot forget. " Basketball 1, 2, 3; Softball 2. 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Honor Society 3, 4 If you ask Lisa if she likes 2-faced people she ' d say " I don ' t think so. " What Lisa does like is playing bas- ketball or drawing while listening to the Cars or Bee Gees at a beach in Newport or Bermuda. Lisa ad- mires Mrs. Teves as well as her mother, and she won ' t forget July 14. 1979. Jana Healey 169 Main Street Lakeville " Take time to laugh, it is the mu- sic of the soul. " Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Plays 2, 3, 4; Musicals 1, 2, 3; Children ' s theater 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Student Coun- cil 2, 3; Traffic Squad 4; Sandpip- ers 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. Jana can be found with friends, especially Ann Deb. Nelson ' s Grove is her favorite place, but she ' d like to travel to California. She listens to Boz Scaggs, Super- tramp and Carole King. But she most admires Carol Burnette Aunt Milly. ' Think 1 can handle it? " Debra Higgins 118 Bullock Road East Freetown Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Choir 2, 3; Semsba 1, 2, 3; Honor Society 3, 4; FOCAS 1; Spanish Club 1, 3; Stu- dent Council 4. " He who is wrapped up in himself Is wrapped up in a small package. " Commonly known by her friends as " Beanpole " , Deb displays her unique and creative mind by mak- ing up hobbies such as " Beginist Bingo " and getting Marianne and Cindy into trouble. Don ' t ever rush to catch up with this girl in the halls, because you ' ll be in for the rest of your life. Tom Hixon 27 Second Avenue Lakeville Track 1, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2 " Gord " , the famous track star of the pep rallies will never forget the Hixon chant. Hoping to become a professional scuba diving teacher, one of Tom ' s hobbies is diving and one of his favorite places is Blue- berry Island. His favorite class is Biology and he most admires Mr. Rose. Tommy ' s favorite person is Mad Turk and he ' d like to travel to Bonaire, Hawaii, and the Bahamas. He likes listening to the Cars and Zeppelin. Keith Hood Anaconda Drive Lakeville " 1 am a rock. " " Bahood ' s " favorite people are Es- kimos, Charles Darwin, and Sig- mund Freud, yet he most admires Mr. Rose. His favorite date is May 18, 1980. Keith is modest when saying his most embarrassing mo- ment was birth! He enjoys listening to the Beatles and the Who and enjoys eating anything. Keith is most likely to be found on Earth and someday would like to travel to California. His favorite saying: " Praise the Lord! " Daniel Hopi ins County Street Lakeville Golf 1; Baseball 2, 4; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4 - Captain 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 4; Ski club 1, 2. " Skuns " as he ' s nicknamed enjoys skiing, swimming, and camping along with lasagna and seafood. His favorite people are his friends. He most admires his parents. Dan is most likely to be found out with his friends or driving behind slow drivers. His most embarrassing moment was getting rescued from the water in California. Dan ' s fu- ture plans are to further his educa- tion. Glenn E. Johnson 4 Mill Street Assonet " Better late than never. " Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Tribes- man 4; Class President 1; Traffic Squad 3, 4 " Moose ' s " favorite date is November 33, 1991 - now you can understand why he ' s such a nut. His favorites include skiing, football and " Kinky sex, " while his special place is Gnadilla, N.Y. Glenn also gets into stereos, and you ' ll always find him listen- ing to the tunes of The Little River Band, Earth, Wind Fire and the Doobies. You can usually find Gleen wherever he ' s not supposed to be, and he ' d love to travel to Colorado, Switzerland and Gtah. Moose really admires his Mom Dad and Mrs. Ward. Glenn will always remember failing college grammar review. " Hey Ed, it ' s a Poulan! " 115 Lisa Kaminski 19 Water Street Assonet " The rays of happiness, like those of light, are colorless when broken. " Softball Newport and drawing are some of Lisa ' s favorites, although The Cars, The Bee Gees, fish chips and the summer of 79 rate high on her list, too. Jeff, Annie, and Karen are special pals of Lisa. Lisa wants to become a Medical Secretary and a Bar- maid. Her Mom and Mr. Stark (aloha) are most admired by her. As long as they don ' t touch her neck! " I don ' t care. " Daniel E. Kerr 22 Flag Swamp Road East Freetown " Don ' t eat the yellow snow. " Perhaps when you ' re traveling, you will come across a guy, sur- rounded by friends, riding motorcy- cles or playing ice hockey, all the while listening to Aerosmith or Frank Zappa. If you should find such a person; look closely, it ' s probably Dan having a good time. David P. Kirschner 53 Harcourt Avenue Lakeville Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 2; Foot- ball 1; David likes to be anywhere with Karen, listening to Rush, Boston, the Beatles, or Cheap Trick. Other likes of his include driving around, Karen, pretzels, macaroni and cheese, and October 17, 1978, while he dislikes jocks and people with too much school spirit. He hopes to become a draftsman, and someday travel to France and Eng- land. Linda Kitchen 50 High Street Assonet If you came across a girl at the park, sitting with a guy named Carl while eating barbecued chicken and listening to Styx, you ' ll know it ' s Linda. Linda ' s favorite date is Oct. 21, 1976 and her favorite teacher is Mr. Stark. She wants to get married and be happy, but her husband surely won ' t have long dirty fingernails. Joanne Kristofferson 56 Chace Road East Freetown " If your heart is full of love you always have something to give. " Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2; Orchestra 2, 3; Pep Club 2; Joanne enjoys eating and listening to Van Halen, Cars and the Knack. Her favorite foods are ice cream, Chinese, Italian, and junk food. Her favorite person is M.J., and she is most likely to be daydreaming in lunch. Joanne would like to travel to Hawaii. " Ask me if " Sandra Jane LaBrie 166 County Road East Freetown " What lies behind us and what lies before us, are tiny matters compared to what lies within us. " Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Focas 1; Photography 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook 4 San has an awful lot of favorites; writing, singing and photography. You ' ll always find San at Sue ' s singing along with Jackson Brown, Beach Boys or E. W. F. She loves Sassaquin, mountains or anywhere with Sue, Lori, Dean and her crazy friends, (even Kermit the muppets!) Tracy Lawrence LaCroix 5 Sassamon Drive Assonet " God grant me the serenity to ac- cept the things 1 cannot change, the courage to change the things 1 can and the wisdom to know the difference. " Football 3; Golf 2 " Dick Tracy " enjoys girls, volley- ball, horseback riding, drawing and photography. He ' d love to travel to Hawaii and Japan, although right now you can find him in the boys room ■ or in his favorite classes, Study and Apponechefs. Tracy wants to join the Navy and some- day pursue photography, but now he ' s happiest being with Cathy, Lisa, Joey Tony. Donna Landers 52 Old Main Street Lakeville " Happy the man who puts his trust in the Lord. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2; Choir 1. 2, 3, 4 " Don ' s " favorites are music (who couldn ' t guess?), by the ocean in Nova Scotia, lobster, steak, her family, friends and Mr. Coite ' s Chem Phys class. In her spare time she listens to Chicago and James Taylor with Lau, or plays her guitar. She most admires her mom dad; and also plans to visit Europe and Hawaii after college. Charlene R. Laviolette 7 Hawes Drive East Freetown " Beauty is in the eyes of the Be- holder. " Pep Club 3, 4; Yearbook staff 4 Charlene ' s future plans are to gra- duate from college, find the perfect job, become rich, and buy a Trans- Am. Her favorite places are Fen- way Park, Boston Chinese Res- traunts. The teacher she most ad- mires is Mrs. Rose. Her pet peeves are conceited guys who act Ma- cho, brothers, and Mork Mindy. Charlene mostly quoted saying is " Spare me the details. " Debra Leahy 5 Paul Avenue East Freetown " Everyone ' s future is, in reality, an urn of unknown treasurers from which all may draw unguessed sur- prises. " Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Debbi enjoys listening to E.W. + F., James Taylor, and Neil Young. Some of her favorites are Marc, cranberry juice. Baby Cheryl, Nov. 1, 1978, and English, while she most admires her mom. She is most likely to be found at Marc ' s house or taking a walk. Debbi ' s pet peeve is people who are constantly gossiping. In the fu- ture Debbi hopes to go away to college, and to be successful in whatever she does. Kevin LeBlanc 5 Saltus Way East Freetown " When you come to the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on. " Football 1. 2, 3. 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Senior Council " Hamstring " loves to ride his mo- torcycle, and no doubt in his spare time he ' ll park himself near a lake listening to the Little River Band, while munching on a big sandwich and thinking of Oct. 14, 1978, the crew at work, traveling to Europe, his dad, and Mr. Rose. When Ke- vin ' s not on spare time, if you look in the AP Bio. room, you ' re bound to find him. " Scum. " Jessica Leep 7 Tanglewood Drive East Freetown The past four years at Apponequet have been filled with many memo- ries that will always be important to Jessica. The future hopefully, will bring success and good for- tune. Kevin Levesque 220 Old Main Street Lakeville Football 1; Tennis 3; Kev is most likely to be found in study or eating his favorite foods, linguica pizza, and onion rings. Al- though his favorite people are Lisa, Carl, Mike, Ted, Cathy and Vicki, he most admires Lisa and Mr. Rose. Kevin ' s hobbies are fishing and horseback riding. ' Give me a break. " Lance Livesey 369 Bedford Street Lakeville Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Foot- ball 4 " Liver " remembers the 4th night of football camp and the obstacle course in 2nd period gym. He likes Gene Billy but hates people who gawk. Someday Lance will travel to England, Bermuda and Hawaii, but at the moment he ' s happiest in gym. Other favorites are Coach Looney, White Banks and architec- ture. Joseph M. Lucas 338 Ki ngman Street Lakeville " Stay high, stay happy, forever be free. " Football 1, 2 Joe really loves to have a good time, and you can most likely find him doing so whenever it ' s Friday, being with his friends and Jeannine, eating Chinese food and listening to The Who or Bruce Spring- steen. Joe ' s usually at his brother ' s house, but he also likes the waterworks and wants to travel to California. Woodshop and study are his favorite places and he really admires Mr. Duphily, but wherever there ' s people smoking, Joe won ' t be anywhere near! " Party. " Kathy Mackie 1 1 Pleasant Street Assonet " If you love something, set it free, if it comes back to you it is yours, if it doesn ' t, it never was. " If you are ever at a Jethro Tull concert in Vermont, you might come across a girl talking to Melis- sa and Collen about March 30 31, 1979, you ' ll know it ' s Kath! John MacISeill 68 Main Street Lakeville " Don ' t look back, something may be gaining on you. " Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; John ' s future plans are to travel and become very, very wealthy. His favorite place is Freedom, Maine, but he can most likely be found at Karen ' s house. John en- joys skiing and scubadiving, and his favorite people are Karen and Douglas, although he most ad- mires his mom. John ' s most memorable moment was putting a smoke bomb in Dave ' s locker. " Ask me if I care. " Doreen T. .Macomber 4 Abraham Avenue East Freetown " Cherish yesterday, dream tomor- row, live today. " Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Cheering 4; Softball 2 Dor is most likely to be found at McDonalds or with John. Doreen enjoys skiing, snowmobiling and dancing. She enjoys listening to Stye, Doobie Brothers, and E, W F. Some of her favorites include spagetti, riunite wine, and ice- cream, while her favorite people are John, Vicki, Leslie, M.D. D.B. Dor will always remember Jan. 15. 1980 and the day she made Varsity Cheering. She most admires her mother. " Really. " Emily Maderious County Road Lakeville " Free at last. " Deca 4 You can probably find Em skiing. While eating a steak at Valley ' s she enjoys listening to Boston and Mi- chael Jackson. (We ' re all entitled to our opinions!) Maybe someday she will travel to California, Ha- waii, Mevada or Canada and catch their tunes there. Her future plans are to work at Bradlees and possi- bly go to college someday. Em wishes luck to everyone, a special thanks to Mom and Dad and a hel- lo to her friends at B-R. Robert Mahoney 63 Sassamon Circle Lakeville The past four years at Apponequet have been filled with many memories that will always be important to Robert. The future hopefully, will bring success and good fortune. Sam Mansfield 15 Middleboro Road East Freetown " There is a secret to be learned in every moment. " Football 1; Football Manager 2, 3; Musicals 2. 3; Plays 3. 4; Chil- dren ' s Theatre 3, 4; Basketball Manager 2; Drama Club 3, 4 " Sammy " would like to be an en- tertainer in the future and enjoys choir. In fact, he ' s most likely to be found in the music room. Among his favorite people are Jack Rous- sell, Penny Dalenta and Mr. Gree- son. He most admires Miss Paulino and John Kinsley. Sam ' s hobbies are writing and being lazy. His fa- vorite place is 36 Commonwealth Ave., Apt. 20. His favorite dates are April 5, 6, + 7, 1979. " No problem! " Cindy Lou Martin 607B Quanapoag Road East Freetown " We do not remember days, we remember moments. " French Club 1; Focas Club 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4 Cin ' s going to miss being a Laker fan when she leaves, and all the good times with her friends, but it won ' t be when she got her finger smashed in the Bronco. (No won- der one of her pet peeves is speed bumps!) In between going to con- serts, eating Italian food and spend- ing $, she hopes to own a black Z- 28. Robert Martin Fuller Shores Bob will attend college to obtain his degree in Business Administra- tion even though his favorite sub- ject class is history — did Mr. Goodfellow have anything to do with your decision in Administra- tion? While getting into rock mu- sic, we ' re sure that Bob thinks of England and May 16, 1980. Tami Martin 15 Wing Avenue Assonet " Nature forms us for ourselves, not for others; to be; not to seem. " Perhaps some day while you ' re in N.H. or Calif., you ' ll hear a girl talk- ing about Tull, Zepplin, Rolling Stones, pizza, popcorn. May 14, or Mr. Berry - you ' ll have to realize it ' s Tami reminiscing about old times. She won ' t be talking about the time when she fell off the ballance beam in the gym, or how she hates people who think they ' re better than others . . . some people just can ' t mind their own business! Norma Lee Mason 174 Slab Bridge Road Assonet " We do not remember days, we remember mo- ments. " If, by chance, one day while you ' re roller skating or at the movies, you hear a loud " See you later. " it ' ll be Norma. My bet is that she ' ll be with Mike, Diane, Brenda or Cathy. If you think you ' re better than other people, stay out of Norma ' s way; but if you like Styx, Cheap Trick or Queen you ' ll get along fine. Norma will always remember Mrs. Reis and April 19, 1979. And before leaving good ole Apponequet, she wants to wish every senior all the luck in the world. Thanks! Stacy Mastera 130 Precinct Street Lakeville Basketball 1 Dizz likes horseback riding with Mark or stopping at a seafood res- taurant on the way to anywhere. She can ' t wait until November of 1980 when her dream will come true and she ' ll be a happily married lady. She may even rank that mo- ment up there with Feb. 16, 1979 Raymond Mazetis 57 Harcourt Avenue Lakeville " You must offer your hand before it touches another ' s heart. " Swim Team 1; Band 1, 2 Ray ' s future plans are to be sucess- ful and happy. He ' s most likely to be found at Heidi ' s house. He en- joys going to the mountains and the dikes. Jerry Garcia is most ad- mired by Ray, and the music he admires is that of Hendrix, Grateful Dead, James Taylor and The Who. Pet peeves? How about big mouths and jocks? Ann Marie McClelland 19 Vaughn Street Lakeville " God created Man, looked down and said I can do better than that, and created Woman. " Hey J.B., remember when Laurie announced about the cert getting caught between your teeth? How about the Doobies Concert? Dec. 2, 1978 is a favorite date, and the people in her life are The Whitney family and Burt Reynolds. If not listening to Fleetwood Mac, Ann will be in Apponchefs eating la- sagna, cheesecake or root beer floats. She ' d rather be in the Colo- rado mountains with people who smile. Joni Kaye McGinnis 75 Old Powder House Road Lakeville " The best way to have a good friend is to be one. " Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook 4, Senior Council; FOCAS 1 Joni ' s ultimate goal in life is to be- come a physical therapist. Mrs. Ward, Mr. Rose her parents are individuals that she admires; Billy Joel, E.L.O., Barry Manilow are her favorite listening groups. When Joni isn ' t studying her favorite subject. Biology, or being awarded for her scholastic achievements (Havard Book Award), she ' s either playing tennis or the piano. " I don ' t care. " Michael Medeiros 41 Braley Road East Freetown " Hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eterni- ty in an hour. " X-Country 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Tribesmen 4; District 1 Mike ' s great place is California, although he ' d also like traveling to Germany and Florida. He likes munching on onion rings and pizza with Robin, Ed, Kim and his parents. He ' ll always remember plac- ing 5th in the 1978 All League Meet but will forget falling through a skylite dome on the roof. " Who, me? " Sandra Medeiros Howland Road Lakeville " Unborn tonnorrow and dead yes terday, why fret about them if to- day be sweet. " Choir 1; District 1; If you ' re looking for Sandy, you ' ll be sure to find her on Grove St. in Fairhaven, or at the beach on a summer day listening to Bread, Cat Stevens, or Jethro Tull. Tacos, lobster and roast beef subs are among many of her favorite foods. She ' ll neve r forget breaking Ann ' s nose at Clear Pond or having her thumb broken at a dance, but more memorable moments are July 25, 1979 and June 1, 1980. " Ya, right. " Gerald E. Meleedy 267 Bedford Street Lakeville " Live now, believe me, not till to- morrow; gather the roses of life to- day. " Football 1 Among Jerry ' s favorite things are skiing, hockey, baseball, and going to New Hampshire to see Kathy. He enjoys listening to the Stones, Fleetwood Mac and the Eagles. His favorite date is Sept. 4, 1978 and his friends are his favorite people. One day he hopes that he and Kathy can live in the mountains. Karen E. Messier 34 Winfield Street East Freetown " The greatest wealth life can impart is peace of mind and joy of heart. " Senior Council 4; Office Aid 4; Karen would like to travel to California • no wonder • her favorite spot is a warm, sunny beach. Karen ' s special guy is David, while she really gets into Chinese food, James Taylor, and that great date, October 17, 1978. In the future, Karen plans to be an airline stewardess and spend lots of money. She ' s most likely to be found, of course, around David, but her mom and dad win her admiration. Barry Miller 59 Anaconda Drive Lakeville " Only the utilization of courage can lead to the realization of a dream. " Barry has aspirations of traveling to places like London, Sweden Belgum. As for music, name it and he likes it ■ Wings, Boston, Chica- go, and so on. As for memorable moments, Barry recalls his first day of high school, his first day of work, and anytime he meets new people. In his spare time he can be found building models or eating pancakes, strawberries or duck. Barry was quite active in his pre- vious school, involved in wrestling, track, chess and drama. To us, he brought his football skills. Timothy Mitchell 2 Parker Drive East Freetown Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 1, 2; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Track 1 Mitch enjoys skiing and listening to Doobie Brothers, Eagles, Crosby Still, Mash and Young. His favorite place is the waterworks, but would love to travel to California some- day. Tim could be found in study thinking of May 19, 1980. He most admires Mrs. Casey along with his favorites his parents and Father Hughes. Mitch also enjoys seafood and " Green Monsters. " His future plans include furthering his educa- tion, getting married and to have a family. " What ' s up? " 122 Louie Mobark 60 Main Street Lakeville Louie likes sports, mostly hockey, and America ' s pastime • baseball. Maybe that ' s why his favorite place is Fenway Park, and his fa- vorite people are Fred Lynn and Bobby Orr. Lou would like to travel to Tokyo Norway. Going to catch some games there? But he ' ll have to leave the hot dogs and spa- ghetti behind. Favorite date? None other than June 19, 1962. (Wonder what that could be?) Brenda Lee Moniz 30 Forge Road Assonet " Bren " could have died of embar- rassment when someone pulled a chair out from under her in study. The things she really gets into are Las Vegas, the beach, E. W. F., and her favorite guys are Ed and Mike. She ' s most likely to be found in Carver with Ed, but someday she ' d like to travel to Hawaii. Bren- da most admires her parents and September 16, 1979 is the mysteri- ous date she says is favorite. " Calm down. " Joel J. Moniz 19 Flag Swamp Road East Freetown Part-time AV Aide Joel ' s future plans is to become a movie director or head news anchorman for CBS TV, but at the mo- ment he gets into television and film. He ' d love to travel to London, Russia, China or South America in the future, but what he loves to remember now is thinking back to his first day of school. Elvis Presley and Mr. Stark are the people Joel most admires. " It ' s not easy. " Sharon Anne Moquin 89 So. Main Street Assonet " If you love something set it free, if it comes back to you its yours, if it doesn ' t it never was. " Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Traffic Squad 4. Sha ' s most memorable moment was 1977 Prom. Some of her favor- ites are scallops, lasagna, hot pas- tromi grinders, the mountains, and the beach. If you ever have to find Sharon, just look for Eric — they may be listening to Seals and Crofts, Bread, or the Eagles. " Real- ly " Diane Morais 95 Howland Road Assonet " If you can imagine it, you can dream it. If you can dream it, you can become it. " Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Musicals 1, 2, 3; Honor Society 2, 3; Cheering 2, 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4 Dancing, Jeff, friends, cheering, Markie Kara all contribute to Di ' s life. Diane ' s idea of a well-balanced life revolves around the eventual success of dancing and performing with a company, and owning her own dance studio and jazz com- pany. This ambitious girl would like to travel the world someday, hoping to find a restaurant that serves swordfish, cheesecake chocolate chip cookie batter! 123 Philip Muir 248 Middleboro Road East Freetown " Go for it, and then run like Hell! " Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3; Hon- or Society 3, 4; Musicals 3; Senior Council 4; Yearbook 4 " Rodney P. Shaft ' s " favorite places are 1st period Government, bed, the Water Works and MBTA. He likes all kinds of music except disco which is his pet peeve along with mono (wonder why?), slow drivers and fast drinkers. Someday we might see Phil in space; after all, he most admires Isaac Asimov. Jeff Nanfelt 7 Crest Drive Lakeville " Think positive or be quiet. " Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Traffic Squad 4 When Jeff isn ' t in his car, you ' d find him water or snow skiing, and munching at McDonalds. Jeff will always remember getting his Trans Am; and in the future he hopes to go to school, go into his dad ' s business, and buy a Porsche Turbo. Billy Joel, Doobies, lolli- pops, going to Hawaii, and Diane are also favorites. " Really? " Paul M. O ' Brien 3 Simmons Street Assonet " Obie " loves to restore old cars and he can always be found sitting in his car waiting for the late bell to ring. Obie also loves to be with Laurie and Lynn - no doubt listen- ing to the tunes of Bad Company, BTO, Aerosmith and Boston. You ' ll probably find Paul eating seafood when he travels to New Hampshire, Maine and Mississippi. Obie hates freeloaders, but he ad- mires all the occupational ed. teachers, mom and dad, and grand- parents. Paul ' s favorite class is Physics. " Go take a hike! " Ann Elizabeth Oliveira Baker Lane Lakeville " What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters com- pared to what lies within us. " Pep Club 1, 2; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; SEMSBA 1, 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4 Annie will always remember the skits of Eunice and Mama with Jana, and all the plays and musi- cals she participated in at A.H.S. Along with acting, Ann enjoys playing the piano, bike riding, sing- ing, and munching out. Though spending time with all her close friends keeps Annie laughing, dis- appointments, tragedies and mos- quitoes really get her down. Ann ' s favorite setting? The beach, on a starry summer night with a fire and friends. " The dreaded . . . . " Michael Oliver 18 East Public Street Assonet " Your jiving my shorts off. " Mike enjoys playing guitar, skip- ping school, his car, James Taylor and Zeppelin. You ' ll find him munching grinders while thinking of his future trip to California and Hawaii. His special time was Aug. of 79, and he most admires Brian Dunning Mr. Berry. Mike ' s most memorable moment (red faced) was boxing Brian Arquin in gym. " Go slow. " Robert Joseph O ' Neill 7 East Public Street Assonet " Live free or die. ' ' Spanish Club 1, 2; Ski Club 1, 2 Bob won ' t forget when he met Lisa or the time he was " pantsed " in 6th grade gym class. His favorites include: his parents, Saturday, piz- za, Maine, New Hampshire, Aeros- mith, Rolling Stones and Styx. He dislikes brains and kids with glass- es. Joseph Pacheco 10 Buena Vista Street Assonet " Happiness is something you work for. " XCountry 1, 2; Track 2; Ski Club 1, 2 Joey ' s goal in life is to build his own log cabin on a mountain side and be single. He would like to visit Alaska and Hawaii. Joey ' s most embarrassing mo- ment was when he walked across a table in English and it collapsed on Mrs. Teves ' foot. Favorites are working on his car, partying, Aerosmith and Bad Company. Catherine Paiva Taunton Street Lakeville " " The very substance of the ambi- tious is merely the shadow of a dream. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Musicals 2, 3 Among Cathy ' s favorites are the beach, mountains and Chinese food. Cathy enjoys skiing, swim- ming, tennis and sewing. Cathy ' s favorite day was when school closed 2 weeks early. The only class she thought about missing was Biology. Donald Paquette 100 County Road East Freetown " Whatever will go wrong, will go wrong! " Don gets into weightlifting. New Bedford, Boston, eating at Burger King; and he can ' t wait for the last day of school. One of his favorite people is Dave. He ' d love to travel all over the world, although he spends most of his time at the YMCA at present. He most admires Don Correa and gives credit to all the janitors. Don will always re- member his Algebra 111 class even though his future goal is directed towards music. " " Yuh . . . " 125 Russell Perras 45 Chace Road East Freetown The past four years at Apponequet have been filled with many memo- ries that will always be important to Russell. The future hopefully, will bring success and good for- tune. Denise Piquette 2 Wing Avenue Assonet " A friend may well be reckoned the masterpiece of nature. " Having her picture taken is some- thing Denise hates, but she loves Mr. Coite ' s Chem Phys class and the music of Billy Joel, Fleetwood Mac, and E. W. F. The Mohawk Trail State Forest is a favorite place and her favorite people are her family and friends. People who are always serious is something she ' ll avoid when she goes to col- lege for business. Caroline Perrone Cedardale Lakeville " A smile costs nothing, but gives much. " Class President 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Student Council 1; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Senior Council 4; X-Country Manager 4 May 1st means something special to Caroline, but so does the CYO Ski Trip and the day after her hair- cut. Yet nothing can top Billy Joel, the gang, french fries, Mr. Furtado, Mr. Jorgensen and Mr. Dorsey. Ranking low are slow drivers who slow her! Donna Elaine Pittsley Kingman Street Lakeville Pizza, pop corn and apple pie (quite a combination) are favorites of Donna. She listens to country or rock, but especially the Eagles, and likes to dance. Admiration falls on Michael Todd Mye, Mrs. White and her parents, but not on people who make fun of others. Baseball is Donna ' s favorite sport, and maybe someday she ' ll play it in Florida - if she can get away from home and Math. " Say what? " Warren Pittsley 17 Assonet Blvd. Assonet Warren doesn ' t have too much to say, and you ' ll probably find him to be one of the quietest kids in the class. He does tell us that fishing and dog training are favorites of his. But at present you won ' t find him either place, instead he ' ll be in the machine shop or somewhere closely related. The Class of 1980 wishes him all the luck as he does for the class. 126 Betsy L. Place 229 Middleboro Road East Freetown " You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough. " Deca 4 " Betts " can be found anywhere but home, listening to Boston or Bread, while eating lasagna with Katie and Josh. For the future, she ' ll visit Florida or Hawaii, but for now it ' s study or the water- works. Embarrassing moment? Too embarrassing to tell! Keep away from Betts if you smoke or have greasy hair, but come on over if you like swimming and hiking! " You queer! " Gordon Plant 126 Main Street Lakeville " It is much more important to know where you are going than to get there quickly; activity must never take the place of achieve- ment. " Gordon enjoys being in Middleboro and listening to Styx and ELO. Other than disliking school lunches, he wants to travel to Ger- many. Gordon is most likely to be found in the library, but certainly not during History. He most ad- mires Mr. Jorgensen and Mr. Ber- ry. Enjoying Italian food, he also thinks of April 18. Future plans are to become an accountant. " Hey Blueberry. " Michael P. Ponsart 36 Second Avenue Lakeville " O Tongue, give sound to joy and sing, of hope and promise on dragon wing. " French Club 1, 2 Ponzie enjoys skateboarding, playing pool, driving his car and reading science fiction. His favorite place is the Providence Civic Center. Having Tacos and Pizza on his mind, he still enjoys going to woodshop. Michael most admires his father and Mrs. Teves but dislikes adults who look down on young people. Mike future plans include to be- come an executive chef in a major hotel. " What? Run that by the ' ole ears agian! " David B. Ponte 1 1 Hawes Drive East Freetown Football 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Dave enjoys weightlifting, wood- working, phys. ed. and woodshop. Among Dave ' s favorites are Van Halen, Boston, Doobie Brothers, seafood, August 6 and Sherry. He would like to travel to New Hamp- shire. Dave most admires Arnold Schwartzenzer and Mr. Hennings. He hopes to be rich in the future. " What are you doing? " Donna Porell Southworth Street Lakeville " Cherish those thoughts which, like stars, will shine brightest when the light of prosperity is dark- ened. " Donna enjoys horseback riding and skiing. Among her favorites are Boz Scaggs, Chinese food, Jan 28, 1978 and her close friends. Her most memorable moment was when she went to New Hampshire with John, Mark and Stacy, which also ties in with her favorites. Don- na most admires her parents, Mr. Berry and John. She hopes to be- come a secretary and settle down with John in the future. " Huh?! " 127 Sheryl L. Pullano 14 Coombs Street Lakeville " Of all the mice and men, the sad- dest are, " It might have been. " Softball 1, 2; Honor Society 3, 4. Although Sherry has little toler- ance when it comes to the smoke in the girls room and phoney peo- ple, there are plenty of things that do catch her fancy, such as Styx, Bad Co., The Knack, pizza, la- zagna, and barbecued spare ribs. Sherry would eventually like to get a good job in a field related to Ma- rine Biology after a long - awaited trip to Italy or Spain. " You ' ve gotta be kidding me! " Carl Rapoza County Street Lakeville " Lately 1 just judge the distance ■ not the words I hear. " Basketball 1; Baseball 2, 3, 4; " Duck " enjoys motorcycles and music - especially Eric Clapton, Neil Young, Led Zeppelin and the Kinks. His favorite places include the waterworks, but is most likely to be found in Fall River. Carl most admires Mrs. Casey, along with his parents. Duck would love to travel to the Carribean and the Bahamas, but is satisfied with study in school. Carl plans to go on to busi- ness school and take over his dad ' s business • he also plans on getting married ■ someday. " It ' s cool " Cathy Rapoza 538 Braley Road East Freetown The price of space is time The summer of " 79 " will be long remembered, but Cathy wants to forget when, in 9th grade. She be- lieved AHS had an elevator. In her spare time she rides dirt bikes, draws or cruises while listening to Van Halen Kinks, or Zeppelin. In school she can be found in Art dreaming of Hawaii or a trip all over the U.S. Michael Joseph Rego 54 Winfield Street East Freetown " The difficult can be done right away; the impossible takes a little longer. " Mike can be found in the nurse ' s office, mountain climbing, camp- ing or backpacking • especially if it means in Colorado. That ' s where he plans to be a park ranger. Mike can ' t stand two-faced people and slow drivers - but he really admires Mr. Jorgensen. (Hey Mike, give our regards to Smokey the Bear!) William Ripley County Street Lakeville " Determination is the root of success. " Basketball 3, 4 Football 3, 4 Bill or ' Ripper " as he ' s nicknamed would someday like to travel to the Alps, Alaska, and the Rockies. Bill ' s favorite place is the White Banks. Someday Bill would like to own his own mountain. His most memorable moment was reeling in a twenty-seven p ound striper while fishing with his grandpappy. Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young is Bill ' s favorite musical group. His favorite person is Sue. " Go for it! " 128 Douglas Robbins Bristol Street Lakeville " Don ' t say all you know, but know all you say. " Baseball 1; Deca 4 Doug ' s favorite places are New Hampshire and Vermont, but he wants to travel to Hawaii and Cali- fornia. He can ' t stand people who don ' t wave when he waves to them. Doug ' s favorite class is the one he belongs to. The Class of 1980! Makes sense! Mark Roberts 868 Hazel Street Lakeville Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Musical 1, 2; X- Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4 " Gums " favorties include bowling, collecting baseball cards. Law, Doobies, Styx and the Cars. When Mark graduates he would like to travel to Germany Switzerland, and go to law school. Right now he ' s happiest at home or in the gym as long as he ' s not with peo- ple who take advantage of others friendship. Receiving the Standard Times scholastic-all star team in X- Country was his most memorable moment. Michael Roberts 868 Hazel St Lakeville " If what you did yesterday still seems big today, then you haven ' t done much today. " Honor Society 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 2, 3, 4; X-Country 1, 4; French Club 3, 4; When looking for Mike you should first check the tennis courts and if that is unsuccessful then just follow the sound of the Doobie Brothers, Billy Joel or the Little River Band. Favorites of Mike are pizza, lasagna, and cheeseburgers. Mike most ad- mires Mrs. Garshick, Mr. Simas and his friends. His future plan is to become a doctor. Be serious! Carolyn E. Roias 1 Hollywood Avenue Assonet " We do not remember days, we remember moments. " Call likes partying while listening to Aerosmith, Van Halen or the Cars and especially at South Shore Beach with Joey. Apponechefs is her favorite class but she ' s most likely to be found in the Girls room or Study. Admired most by Caro- lyn is her brother Bobby and Mr. Stark. Marc Rouke Paul Avenue East Freetown " Gentleness is a divine trait; noth- ing is so strong as it, and nothing is so gentle as real strength. " X-Country 1; Track 2, 3, 4 " Rouka " remembers Nov. 1, 1978 and washing the clay off the cafe teria walls. What does he get into — collecting nips, English, steak onions, E.W. F., baked stuff shrimp, Gerry Raferty, and pizza. His favorite people include Debbie, Heath, Miss Barber, but certainly not anyone who thinks they ' re bet- ter than anyone else. Marc ' s future plans are to go away to college and visit Hawaii. 129 Michael Rousseau Panthen Way Lakeville X Country 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1; Stage Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orcestra 1, 2, 3, 4 According to Mike, pizza just natu rally goes with running (?) After all they are 2 of his favorite things But does that also mean that stay ing after school every day for Mrs Powers will be remembered as fondly as the last day of school? Whatever comes up, is how Mike plans to spend the future • maybe playing soccer in the gym? Suzanne M. Rousseau 25 Rounsevell Drive East Freetown " Sometimes you dream, some- times it seems there ' s nothing there at all. " Softball 1, 2; Spanish Club 1 Sue ' s favorite place is her room and he r hobbies are being with Robert and listening to music, es- pecially Billy Joel and the Doobie Brothers. Sue is most likely to be found in the vicinity of a stereo eating a hot fudge sundae. Her fa- vorite people are Donna, Fr. Bab- bitt and Monique. She will miss Mr. Fernandez, Mrs. Ashley, Mrs. Pina and Mr. Capone. " Whatever turns you on! " Nancy Ann Runnbut Simpson Lane Assonet National Honor Society 4; Pep Club 1; Girl ' s Basketball Manager 4; Spanish Club 3; Student Council and Advisory 4; Senior Council. Nancy ' s ambition in life is to be- come a minister and to help other people; maybe it is in this way that Nancy will have an opportunity to go to Europe! Regardless of what becomes of her traveling, Nancy will always have Bob, Rev. Wake- field, Mrs. Dobrowsky, her parents, and her brother at the top of her list. September 14, 1976 has its significance for Nancy — 1 wonder if Eric Carmen, J. Giel ' s, Band, or Barbara Streisand had anything to do with making that day a suc- cess? Nancy, " Smile! " Thomas St. Pierre 6 Simmons Street Assonet " I have not yet begun to fight. " " Shorty " mainly gets into sports and music. His tunes come from Bad Company and Boston. His fa- vorite places are Rocky Point, Fen- way Park and Boston Garden. He ' ll never forget his first Bruins game. Shorty enjoys 6th period wood- shop but hates unfriendly people. Gary Santos 12 Howland Road Assonet " Don ' t follow where the path leads; rather go and leave a trail. " Choir 1, 4; Golf 1, 2, 3; Student Govt. Rep. When drinking Molson Golden Ale, Gary often thinks of July 15 and listens to ELO Yes. He most admires Rick Demaico and Mr. Charboneau. " Fly ' em high! " Susan Elaine Santos 71 Locust Street Assonet " If we love one another, God dwel- leth in us, and his love is perfected in us. " Student Council 2, ety 3, 4 3; Honor Soci- Being called " Curly " is Susan ' s pet peeve, but her favorite day is July 14, 1977 (anything to do with Stan?). You can find her listening to ELO, Steely Dan or Boz Scaggs or dancing with Anita. Someday " Dimples " would like to travel to Europe, but that will wait until she becomes a nurse. Sherry L. Schell 252 Bullock Road East Freetown " Our affections are our life. We live by them, they supply our warmth. " Softball 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, French Club 1, 4 4: Sherry ' s favorite are Boston, Van Halen, Chicago, ice cream, Aug. 6, and David. Sherry can be found at Mancy ' s house, although she would like to travel to Hawaii or Florida. Her pet peeves are people who are conceited and W. B. She most admires Mrs. Reis. She plans to go on to school, get married and have a job. Dianne T. Sferruzza 1150 Cherry Street Lakeville " If you love something set it free; if it comes back it ' s yours; if it doesn ' t it never was. " " D ' s " world seems to surround Jim. She enjoys being anywhere with him. When in school, Dianne can be found in study with Norma, Debbie, Carolyn or Stacy. Among her favorites are Jimmy, disco, Home Ec, and June 6, 1979. In the future " D " wants to marry Jimmy and travel to California, Nevada Mexico. Dianne wants to wish the Class of 1980 luck in everything they attempt. John E. Sharland 698 Hillside Avenue Lakeville " It ' s not whether you win or lose, it ' s how you play the game. " Football 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Honor Society 3, 4 John enjoys riding his motorcycle, and waterskiing with Jeff. He also enjoys playing football and listen- ing to the music of ELO, Doobie Brothers, and Earth, Wind, and Fire. Among John ' s favorites are Doreen, Jeff + Diane, while his favorite foods are Chinese and Ital- ian. John is either in the gym or with Doreen. He most admires Har- vey Martin. John will always re- member receiving the Vince Lom- bard! Block of Granite Award. Karen Silva 35 Washburn Road East Freetown " Music is love in search of a word. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1; French Club 1, 2; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4 Among Karen ' s favorites are Hor- seneck Beach, chocolate chip cookies, Styx and Billy Joel. She loves to play the piano, talk with friends, and sing in choir. Someday she would like to visit California or Hawaii. Karen admires Mr. Dorsey Eddie, but she won ' t forget Ted- dy. " Let ' s do something exciting! " After going to college and playing football, John plans to travel to Hawaii. " Go for it. " 131 Edward J. Silvia Jr. Bedford Street Lakeville " Don ' t be satisified with having done the job, strive for perfection. " Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3; Tribesmen 3; Musicals 1, 2; Track 1; Baseball 2; Traffic Squad 3, 4 Ed would someday like to travel to California and Colorado; and al- though he is most likely to be found in Middleboro, he enjoys go- ing to Plymouth Beach, and Cape Cod. Ed ' s future plans are to get a good job, build a house and some- day marry Colleen. His most memorable dates were the Cobras game 1978 and Sept. 8, 1978. Vicki Lynn Silvia 28 Winfield Street East Freetown " Love wasn ' t put in your heart to stay, love isn ' t love till you give it away. " Cheering 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 Vicki is most likely to be found at McDonalds or with her favorite people: Matthew, Leslie, Doreen, Julie and Cathy, Vicki enjoys play- ing the organ to songs like " Al- ways and Forever " . Other favor- ites include cheering, Barry Manni- low, VoVoa ' s sweetbread and ice- cream. She will always remember when she made Cheerleading. Vic most admires her parents. " OOPS. " Raymond Smale Highland Road Lakeville The past four years at Apponequet have been filled with many memo- ries that will always be important to Raymond. The future hopefully, will bring success and good for- tune. Cynthia Smith 136 Country Road East Freetown The past four years at Apponequet have been filled with many memo- ries that will always be important to James. The future hopefully, will bring success and good for- tune. Theresa Staples Churchill Shores Lakeville " To be happy in life and stay happy " Field Hockey 2 " Let ' s go shopping " sound familiar? For Theresa it does since she ' s always at the mall with Teri, Donna and Irene. Other favorites of T.R. are her stereo, Mrs. Reis, study and August 9, 1978. She ' ll never forget when she met Jerry Remy and forgot her name when he asked it. 132 Ann Marie Stone Lakeside Avenue Lakeville " Climb high, climb far. Your goal the sky. Your aim the star. " Pep Club 1 , 2, 4; Spanish Club 1 , 2, 3; Yearbook 4 Since Hawaii is the place Ann wants to go, it ' s no wonder that the beach and boating are among her favorites. Ann also likes Chicago, Billy Joel, seafood, Chrissy and Fri- day. Ann most admires her parents and Mr. Jorgensen. As for her dis- likes; school lunches, Mondays and most of all • Yearbook meet- ings! No wonder! Ruth Sylvia Long Point Road Lakeville " Old enough to know better, but too young to resist. " " Ruthie ' s " favorite place is New- port, R.I. and someday she would like to travel to the Bahamas. Her future plans are to become an air- line stewardess and to be rich! Ruth ' s favorite dates are May 16 and June 1. She most admires Dave, her father, while her favor- ites are Debbie, Ginny, and Tim. Ruth enjoys the Cars, Cheap Trick, Rod Stewart, and the Doobies. She loves big macs, but can ' t stand freshman and people who blow their noses in class, " oh baby. " Kathleen Marie Tolley 16 Kevin Drive Assonet " Things are beautiful if you love them. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; District 1, 2, 3, 4; SEMSBA 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band, All New-England 2, 3, 4; Although Kath is most likely to be found preparing for a Music Competition, you ' d also find her with her favorite person Eddie. Kath enjoys music, her brothers and sister, lasagna, the beach and baking, (that ' s why she is our favorite chocolate chip cook- ie maker.) She most admires Mrs. Barth and Mr. Greeson. Margaret M. Tees 62 Rhode Island Road Lakeville " Sometimes 1 may hate you, but I will always love you. " Softball 1, 2 Imagine triple parking out front and not knowing it! Margaret doesn ' t have to imagine - she did it! Her 4 years at AHS have been memorable, except for the two- faced and conceited people. She likes swimming at Horseneck Beach, or going to parties with friends. Her musical choices in- clude Boston, Zeppelin, Doobies and Pink Floyd. " You ' ll get over it! " Melissa Terry 9 Pleasant Street Assonet " Aim at the sun, you may not reach it, but you ' ll fly higher than if you never aimed at all. " Choir 1; Softball 2 Melissa is most likely to be found In the Art Room. She enjoys being with friends and going for long walks. Among her favorites are Lynyrd Skynyrd, Chinese Food, 4 29 78, Vermont and Roger. Her pet peeve is people who use other people, while her most memorable moment will be Graduation ' 80. Zachary Taylor Pine Bluff Lakeville Track 4; Ski Club 3; Pep Club " Mad Turk, " as he ' s nicknamed, enjoys skiing, weightlighting and hunting. In fact, he ' s most likely to be found lifting at school. Zach ' s favorite place is N.H., and some- day he ' s like to travel to Switzer- land and Brazil. Zach ' s pet peeve is people who like disco, but on the other hand, those who rank tops like Dannon Lowfat Yogurt. Zach ' s future plans are to go to college for Civil Engineering and " who knows " better than Zach? Deborah Thomas Nelson ' s Grove Lakeville " No act of kindness, no matter how small is wasted. " Choir 2, 3, 4; Musicals; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Plays; Honor Society 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Senior Council Deb ' s hobbies are acting and spending money. Her favorite place is home but would someday like to travel to California. Some of Deb ' s favorite people are her fam- ily, Peggy, Jana, Annie and Cheryl. Deb would like to become an ac- tress. " Dad, can I have some mon- ey? " Debra Torngren 1 Hollywood Avenue Assonet " Each morning look back upon your work of yesterday, and then try to beat it. " Big T gets into collecting frogs, dancing and partying with her friends. But she loves the beach, the park and going to Ginny ' s house; no doubt she ' ll be getting down to the sounds of Zeppelin, Bob Seger, Aerosmith, Cars or Van Halen. Deb likes lucky charms, chocolate. Miller and Anisette. Her special date is Aug. 15, 1977. (Spend it with some of your friends? Russell, Cal, Wendy and Michelle?) " Lunch Baby! " Mary Jane Trainor 113 Slab Bridge Road Assonet " I expect to pass through life but once. If, therefore, there be any kindness I can show, let me do it now. " Choir 2; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3; Basketball 1 , 2; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Mr. Looney, Mrs. Teeves and her parents are Janie ' s most admired people. Her most memorable mo- ment was winning the ' 79 State Softball Championship. Another thing people won ' t forget is when Janie fell in the wastebasket and couldn ' t get out. Was that the re- sult of eating too much ravioli, fried rice and prime rib? " K.O.? " Vickie Mae Turner 9 Vaughan Street Lakeville Vickie likes to horseback ride and listen to music by Bob Seger and Lynyrd Skynyrd with Ann, Don- na, Jackie and Laurie. Besides that, she often eats lazagna and tacos while thinking about graduat- ing and future trips to California and Arizona. But right now she ' ll have to be satisfied with Laurie ' s house. " What? " Suzette Vancho 13 Parker Drive East Freetown " Live, Laugh and learn how to Love " Softball 1, 2; Field Hockey 1, 2; Basketball 2; Spanish Club 4; Pho- tography 4; Yearbook 4 Between eating bagels, bananas, pizza and hot fudge sundaes with pistachio ice cream, Vanch finds time for telling jokes, drawing, writ- ing, and skiing. Her favorite music is from Anne Murray, Neil Dia- mond, Doobies, and Billy Joel. Sue recalls her most memorable mo- ment as winning M.V.P. for Free- town but would like to forget when time was called so she could go to the Porta-John. Lawrence Vermette 128 Shore Avenue Lakeville " If you don ' t succeed the first time, try, try and try again. " Playing the electric guitar or being in wood or metal shop are the things that make Larry happy. An- other high point was when he got his first Harley motorcycle. Larry enjoys every food from pizza an- tipasta to hamburgers fries. As for music, Larry gets into Aeros- mith, Zeppelin and Cooper. Larry ' s favorite place is Florida and Can- ada. Other than having his parents and Irene as favorites, he most ad- mires his dad. Mark Freitas 9 Sassamon Drive Assonet Baseball 3, 4; French club 3, 4 Like to go out with friends and have a good time? That ' s what Mark likes too. He also enjoys Styx, Doobie Brothers, playing jai- ala and flying. Afterall he wants to be an airline pilot! Bermuda and California are places for the future, but August 9 stays in his mind. His dislikes are noisy eaters and selfish people. Michael Scott Walker Forest Park Drive Lakeville " Some friendships are made by na- ture, some by contract, some by interest, and some by souls. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 3, 4 Mike likes electronics and repair- ing cars, but at the top of his list are Boston, the Doobies, Italian food, gym, fast food restaurants, Mr. Jorgensen and all his friends. He still remembers March 23, 1979 and meeting someone special in 10th grade. But Mike, do you re- member when you couldn ' t start your car behind Mall Drugs? ' Run- ning on empty. " Jay Walter 13 Winfield Street East Freetown J.W. " really gets into motorcycles and girls, espe- cially Linda and the rest of his friends. Jay ' s most likely to be found roaming around, but once he ' s settled he munches on spaghetti, pizza or steak, while listening to The Who, Rolling Stones and The Kinks. Jay will always remember getting busted in front of the school, but things he ' s trying to forget is football, jokes, coaches and back stabbers. Jay wants to be a long distance truck driver, and some of his destinies are sure to be California, Texas and Colorado, while carrying thoughts of Jake Re- zendes. When we asked Jay for one specific thing he says all the time, he told us " everything you can possibly imagine! " Can you imagine? Dale Westgate Kingman Street Lakeville Since Mr. Hennings is a favorite person, it ' s no wonder woodshop and woodworking are favorites too. But metal shop disgusts Dale. His best day of the week is Satur- day when he eats cakes and pies and listens to the Village People. In the future, Dale might be found in Florida, California or Oregon, but right now he ' s found at home working with wood. " Oh, Sure. " Susan Westgate 85 Chace Road East Freetown You can find ' Suebee ' driving around in her car, listening to Barry Manilow or Rod Stewart or eating steak or pizza. On Satur- day ' s (her favorite day), you might find her at the Dartmouth mall with Donna, Larry, Linda There- sa. During school, it most likely would be in Office Machines, or with Mrs. Reis. But someday in the near future she ' ll be in New Hamp- shire. Sue ' s pet peeve is people who think they ' re better than any- one and her most embarrassing moment was when she fell down the bus stairs. " Ask me if I care. " Brian Steven White 449 Lakeside Avenue Lakeville " Too many creatures, both insects and humans, estimate their own value by the amount of minor irri- tation they are able to cause to greater personalities than them- selves. " Choir 1, 2, 3, Yearbook 4 4; Photography 4; " Bri ' s " future plans include Art Education. Someday he would like to travel to Hawaii, Spain and France, but for now he ' s most like- ly to be found at Green Pastures Nursing Home. Some of his favor- ite pals are Toby, Nita, Sandy and Bob. " Excellent. " Laurie Arden Whitney 19 Vaughn Street Lakeville " Dreams are only made for the ones who really try. " Pep Club 1, 2 If looking for Lau, first look wher- ever Adam is. They ' ll be listening to Bob Seger, but definitely not driving behind a slow driver! Jan. 27, 1980 holds special memories for Lau and her special people are her mother and father, Joanne and Mrs. Reis. " Where are my keys? " Jean Winberg 23 Parkhurst Drive Lakeville " From daybreak to sunset, you are a part of me. " Field Hockey 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Softball 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Senior Council " " Pooh " enjoys sports, tubing and listening to mu- sic such as the J. Geils Band and E.W. F. Even- though her favorite places are at the beach and between the lakes, she is still most likely to be on the phone. Her favorite people include Greg, Scoo- bie, Voncia, Brett and Laurie. Jeanie most admires her father, brother, Mr. Looney and Mr. Piasecki. Her most memorable moment was winning the State Softball Tournament. 136 James Wing 124 Richmond Road Assonet " A companion ' s words of persua- sion are effective. " With all his friends, in lounge, or in the hallways is where you can find " EIroy. " Jimmy ' s favorite place is Maine. One day he ' ll go to Califor- nia remembering all the way his undescribable Friday, April 13, 1979. Jim most admires his father and Mr. Berry. His pet peeves are Miss Paulino and Mr. Powers. Some of Jimmy ' s favorites include steak, pizza, Lowenbrau, Van Ha- len. Led Zepplin, and the WHO. Fu- ture plans? He ' s going to college, getting a job, and buying a house. Doreen Yergeau 47 County Road East Freetown " To love is to place our happiness in the happiness of another. " Doreen hopes to travel to Hawaii, while her future goal is to get mar- ried. Among her favorites include dancing, gymnastics. The Dart- mouth Mall, spaghetti, Lasagna, Tony, Betsy, The Cars and Chic. Doreen is most likely to be found at home. She dislikes snobs, but most admires her sister Francine. " Hey man what ' s happening. " Dianne Young 74 South Main Street Assonet " There is no time like the present. " Dianne is most likely to be found at home or with Alan. Her favorite places are Raynham, or anyone woth her friends. She loves Alan, and her favorite people are Cheryl, all her sisters, and Scottie. She likes swimming, partying, Segar, The Who, lasagna, and most of all, roadt beef, while she dislikes phoney people, and being called down to the office. Di will always remember New Years Eve 1978, 1 6 80, and the time she went to the Ramada Inn with Cheryl. Her future plans are to become a good mother, and secretary. " Hey, Kiss This! " Daniel Dubois 18 Reservoir Ave. Lakeville Ski Club Who would be surprised to find Danny eating lux- uries like lobster and shrimp while listening to the classic Beatles and Rolling Stones? No one, except all the " Juckets " in town who drive Dan crazy! After eating, we know Dan finds some time to do artwork, getting himself prepared for enrollment in Art School. Susan Zuber 12 Chace Road East Freetown " Happy are those who dream dreams and are ready to pay the price to make them come true. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Librarian 3, 4; Among Scoobies favorites are Se- bago Lake, Italian food, seafood and Chem-Phys with Mr. Coite. Sue is most likely to be found near a stereo, listening to Steely Dan and James Taylor. Her favorite people are Billy, Jeanie, Denise and the members of the P.J.K. Her most memorable moments were the summer of ' 79 and the Virginia Exchange Concert. Looking ahead, Susan would like to travel to Swe- den and become a fashion mer- chandiser. " What ' s up? " 137 REMEMBER WHEN We got out at 1:15? All the guys had to wear undershorts in " Damn Yankees " ? The crepe paper dripped on Sue and Debbie at the pep rally? Mr. Paulson was Santa and we were his elves? Everyone wore exersoies Mrs. Geisler gave " showers " to the kids in the front row? pd b ffalc gpl Q U E T s " to the kids in the front row? i fGIONAL about his blue pants? TT s a tiy_Se c|et|PaiicJ L Mr. Wilcox and his penny David always teased Mr. Capone about his blue pants? Assasination of the Duke and Du «1§ Jeff, Mike, and Scott had a band in 4th grade? During musicals we ' d hide from Miss D. and Miss ' Mr. Gidley ' s Pepperidge Farm Gold Fish Crackers? Dana Arruda was the 6th grade heart throb, and John Sharland too? Timmy went out with every giri? Mark ' s shoes were taken at the roller rink, so he took what was lelF Everyone heard Cindy was from California, and bombarded her with movie star questions? There were manly deeds? Paul wouldn ' t talk or smile? The Hixon chants at the pep rallies? Mr. MaCauly ' s yard stick? Studying 20 words a night? Mr. Purdy ' s finger exercises in 4th grade? We played jacks? Lorraine passed out in biology? John, Keith, Steve, and Dave, put a smoke bomb in Dave D ' s locker? Cindy smashed her finger in Doug ' s Bronco, and got three stiches? Carol and Laurie threw Mrs. Reis into Clear Pond and she threatened they wouldn ' t graduate? Tina, and Laurie were turkeys at the pep rally, and were nearly attacked? Laurie use to do her pregnant dolphin imitation? Mrs. Rose ' s 9th grade English Class favorite word w Joel worked for chanel 6? jPI|||||PlPfl Laurie, Tina, Cindy, Caroline, and Lorraine, got caught by the police fooling around in the phone booth at the mall, after it closed? We had picnics at Assawompset? Everyone walked around saying " I ' m a wild and crazy guy " ? A car full of hippies threw the Spanish Club a moon? We played rate-a-rump in lunch? Tony ' s Peppermint Schnaupps at 6 A.M. on a certain trip? REMEMBER WHEN . . . Mrs. Parker was constanly kicking Colucci and Clarke out of the library? Midget Football? Jjk P.J. Parties? intramerals? Making out at parties? School pictures? Presidential Awards? Dressing up for the first day of school? Trick or treating? Cheering camp? Bubas Boo News and Round House Newspaper? Girlscouts? Ann and Jana doing MaMa and Gnis? Middle School dances? Maureen walked out of the girls room with a lit cigarette? Susan Santos brought Bridgets Basic Sex Book into the Reading Center, and got caught? We clapped erasers at recess? The new wing was built? Susan, Anita, and Caroline did a Bye-Bye Braces comercial in Mr. Marshalls health class? We were suppose to be taught about sex edcuation? Choir was second period? We had the bizzard of 78 and no school? We got out early two years in a row, as juniors and seniors? Cathy ' s baton went flying into the band but everyone cheered on? Mr. Noal always checked his pants at concerts? We would buy certs to have something to do in study? We would park at the boat ramp? Apponequet couldn ' t beat Middleboro in football? Mr. Sylvia matched his clothes, all blue one week, all brown the next? Joel always wore black on Tuesday because that is when Elvis died? Lisa found a battery in her accounting desk, and dared Mr. Sylvia to knock it off? Mr. Worcester came up with the great idea of a cookbook, and it took us two years to complete it? Bob, Sam, Caroline, and Tina were running down the halls while working on the cookbook, Tina tripped, Bob fell over her, and that ' s when Mr. Capone showed up? Phil almost cut off Mr. Worcester ' s finger, cutting cookbook pages? Laurie bruised her pinky in flag football and wasn ' t even playing with the guys yet? Caroline and Tina were stuck hanging off the " T " bar? 140 REMEMBER WHEN . . . Kevin wore his " abe " hat to the pep rally? We use to play spin the bottle and no one drank? Caroline, Tina, Peggy, Cindy, and Lorraine ran down Main Street at 4 A.M. in pajamas? We use to have exhibits? We use to have breaks? The Price is Right was played at S.E.M.S.B.A. tryouts? Sue Z. got out of detentions by crying? Mrs. Garshick caught Laurie D. scateboarding down the hallway? Mrs. Reis glued her earing to her ear, and Laurie and Jackie tried to tape the back? School was cancelled because of the bus problem? We had to take the punctuation test over until we passed? It took the whole softball team to throw Mr. Looney into the pool at Best Western Hotel? Jean tripped over second base during tournament warmups? The thrill of Victory was celebrated with champagne? 1 0 Mrs. Tinsley got caught by the photographer with a Sacred Heart jacket on? Mr. Stark got his nickname " Mr. Aloha " when he came into school with a wild Hawiian shirt on? Jean got pantsed in the middle of the field hockey field? We had Gangster Day? The 8th grade Banquet and Graduation outside? Deb Brulotte fell going up the stairs? Jeff wore all Miami Dolphin clothes? Mr. Broulott ' s toupe fell off? Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat? We wore short skirts? Hip Huggers? ..Jl Covering your number in the pool area at the Middle School? China Day? The French and Indian War? Friendship Festivals? Football camp and the steak dinner? Pee Wee Olympics? Helon ' s Melons? Square Dancing in co-ed 8th grade gym? Mr. Gidley ' s little smiles and cat prints on every paper? The Computer Dance? Mrs. Morais production of " The Wizard of Oz " ? Togas were worn at the pep rally? REMEMBER WHEN . . . Mr. Wilcox and his high waters? Circulated high school pictures of Mr. Wilcox? Tina knocked the flies all over the biology table? Warrior basketball? We had show and tell in psychologj Anita was a cheerleader? Flag football? Trying out for 8th grade cheering? Tina ' s dress up birthday party? John dropped Doreen ' s shorts at the 8th grade picnic? Giving flats? Carrying home towel orders? Check in-Check out tests? Marianne got caught popping pills at the bubbler after school? You had to have a friend go with you to the bathroom to " Hold Your Hand " ? You were scared after watching Dark Shadows and Night Gallery? We couldn ' t stand the thought of co-ed gym? Everyone went to Pa Raffa ' s after concerts? We had fire drills in snow storms? The bomb scares? Miss Draper laughed? Football and CrossCountry picked on each other? Taking ice cubes in Mr. Wilcox science labs? Everyday we would hear on announcements " Have a nice day " , and Mr. Power ' s weather reports? Assonet girls always won in intertown softball? Being called onto the floor during pep rallies? Everyone thought Susan was sweet and shy? The jocks hated girls in P.E. Major? Sweet sixteen and never been kissed? Orientation Day as freshman? 8200 beat 8100? Mr. Paulson called Anita Vita Blue, because she got hit in the mouth during softball on Pee Wee Olympics? Caroline, Tina, and Laurie always ran unopposed for office? 1 , Left to Right: First Row: G. Kowalczak. P. Aitken, S. Holmes, R, Davis, Coach Homen, R. Barlow, J. Andrade, E. Furtado, K. Durfee, M. Messier Practice, Practice. Practice is the advise of Coach Homen for the new Apponequet Golf Team. Although strong perserverance is evi- dent in the team, much work is needed. The past season held Dartmouth and INorton as the toughest opponents. But with the help of players Paul Aitken, Scott Holmes, and Bob Barlow, the team was victorious, winning the Mayflower League Championship. Above: Bob Barlow deep in putt. Right: Mark Messier making long drive The Track team had a memorable 14-2 season. This record is among Apponequet ' s all-time best. The team faced its toughest opponent, Norton, and lost proudly, but performs well under pressure. Key players included David Ponte, Doug Broadbent, and Mark Roberts. Coach Dias says that year-round training is essential to a good performance and the success of a 1980-81 team. Team Warmups! Above Right: M. Medeiros, M. Weldon, and M. Roberts prepare for the run. 147 Right: Mike Roberts shows the style that helped the team to numerous victories. Equivalents of Bjorn Borg and Ille Nas- tase we have, but where are our Tracy Austins and Chrissy Evert ' s? Hopefully next season we ' ll have girls participating in this sport; however, our young men, Steve Colucci, Mike Brown, and Mike Roberts took off early in the season dis- playing athletic skill and sportsmanship which qualified their team for the State Tournament. Along their way to the State Tournament, the team found New Bed- ford High to be their toughest opponent. Coach Robidoux found that his team kept their coordination " sharp " due to partici- pation in other sports. Our team proved to be number 1 and will do so again in the new season when players Damian Cor- reia, Kevin Brown, Mike Brown, Steve Colucci, and Mike Roberts return. Re- member one thing men: " Behind every great man there lies a woman! " So gals, let ' s get out and support these guys with a good back hand! Above: One of the team ' s more serious moments. Left: The coach? 148 Tennis Below: Mike Brown returns for a sure victory. The Team Below: Dennis Almeida concentrates on a pending race. The 1979 Cross-Country team finished its season last fall with a record that matched its previous year ' s of 9-1. Although they did not set any records as a team, they certainly are worthy of praise as many of the members have been winning in the Apponequet tradition for four years. Standouts for the team were co-captains Doug Broadbent and Mark Roberts. Both seniors, they established a superb one-two punch for the Lakers throughout the last two years. Doug ' s running ability has been well known for a long time, and Mark has become one of the top high school runners in the area. Mark ' s highest achievement of the year came at the All-League Meet where he placed fourth in field of 65 top May- flower League Runners. Doug ' s highlight was his record time on Avon ' s course where he broke the established record set by Pat Murphey of Upper Cape. The seniors were the leaders for this year ' s squad, and they were led by the captains and Mike Rousseau, Tom Hixon, and Mike Roberts. These runners were the core of the team and their presence will be sorely missed by Coach Dawson and the rest of the squad for next year. Next year ' s captains will be Paul Westgate and Dennis Almeida. Both exper- ienced runners will be trying to get together a strong team to compete in next year ' s battles. Other strong juniors were Rick Sylvia and the only female member Melissa Lawrence. Rick looked good for awhile until an injury put him out, but he will be looking for bigger and better things next year. Melissa has only been beaten once by another female runner, so far in three years of competition. Right: Mark Roberts clowns for the camera. Swimming This past year has been a year of person- al growth for the majority of the swim team. They have learned competitive- ness, cooperation and friendly rivalry. To- gether they shared many moments, both happy and sad. They have seen defeat, but more important, they have seen win- ning. An unforgettable moment was the look on the Durfee coach ' s face when he realized Durfee had lost its first meet. Next year the team is certain they will swim faster than ever, breaking all exist- ing school records. By their side, they have their coaches, Lyn Toal and Tim Kannally; and their key players love a victory: David Toal, Melissa Lawrence, and senior Dan Hopkins. 152 Above: Tony Bacon ready to splash. Below: Lance Livesey on the rebound. Above: Paul Donegan warming up. Above: Paul Aitken shooting a foul shot. It was a sentimental year for Coach Kuliga because when he first started at Apponequet the senior players were 8th graders — ready to be molded into perfect players. Our whole basketball program was built around these boys as beginners. Coach Kuliga calls it " being in a state of depression and experiencing inner hurt " in seeing these players leave. Looking on the brighter side, the Coach plans on building another good team. He says it might take 5 years, but we can surely say it will be worth it because we know the satisfaction that has been experienced by himself, the players, and the great numbers of fans. Determination is what Coach Kuliga drills into his players to help give them the talent and ability to produce a great team. Above: Paul Brady shooting. Left to Right: First Row:S. Giesler, R. Mendes, N. LaFleur, A. Mennino; Second Row: tA. O ' Keefe, P. Brady, A. McGuire, J. Leonard, G. Freitag, C. Macomber, Coach Greeson. Girls Basketball The Laker Girls showed improvement this year even though the team was young. With key players, R. Costa, J. Winberg, C. Mont, R. Pina and C. Reed, the team was determined to make progress by working together and developing basic skills. The girls faced tough opponents as Norton and W. Bridgewater, of which they soundly defeated W. Bridgewater. Teamwork, determination, and the skill to com- pensate for each others inabilities shall be the keys to a successful tea m in the future. Jean Winberg (above) breaking away. Robin Pina (below) on the jump ball. THE SOFTBALL CHAMPS First Row (L toR):K Belken, D Williams, L Maguire, R. Bevilacqua. K Allerdt. V. Costa. C. Donegan. J. Allison. L. Maguire. L Wood. Y Enckson Second Row (L to ?;.• Coach Looney. R. Costa, M Vessey, L. Simas, J. Winberg, A. Bevilacqua, C. Reed, C. Bowman. M Trainor, L. Hampston, Coach Worcester. Coach Reis. • Are our Apponequet Lakers l? You bet! The past five years proved to be a test on the team s determination. The closest the girls came to their title was In 1977 when they had gone as far as the State Championships but lost the final game. 1979 brought not only a new year of good tidings, but also the title of " State Champs, " with much enthusiasn and pride for our Lakers. When asked about key players, Mr. Looney said, " Each girl contributed so much in many different ways. " He continued saying that the team ' s clowns, Vonnie Costa and Rita Bevilacqua, not only kept the entire team loose during the tournament, but also played like tigers on the field. With the competitive attitudes of Joan Allison (whose pitching gained her the state record for the most wins in a single season) and Karen Allerdt. the team was kept in line. Good natured girls? Why of course! This asset was displayed by the Maquires, Leslie Wood, Jean Winberg, Donna Williams, and Cathy Donegan to name just a few. The toughest opponent of the Lakers was Case High School; however, our Champs pulled off a victorious game (4-3) to win the Southern State Title. The Eastern Mass. State Championship was another victorious game between our Lakers (6) and Morth Reading (0). The entire season was pulled together and given the final touch when the State Championship was wisked away from Monson. Good giong girls and congratulations to all! Cream always come to the top! Left: Voncia Costa topped the league with a .689 batting average Below: Lynne Maquire slams a double in the game against Marion. Above: Holly Booth re- turned to help the team. FOOTBALL GO FOR IT Left: Lakers defense smothers the ball. Respectibility and friendship are what our young men relied upon during the 1979 season inspite of the many injuries that hindered their performances. Seniors, John Sharland and Scott Garvey, are two individuals who contri- buted greatly to the ball club and will be very hard to replace in the upcoming season. When asked who would be promising players in the new season, Mr. Piasecki listed Mark Bullock, Jim Audet, Steve Seablom, Joe O ' Brien, Brian Gleason, Mike Bouley, and Bobby Smith. For the young men and their coaches, the " Turkey Day " Game and the win over West Bridgewater will always be memorable. An event that would like to be forgotten is the game against Manchester where two touch- downs were called back. " Our toughest oppo- nents were Middleboro and Nantucket, But we ' ll cream them next year, " said Coach Pia- secki. CAMP Below: Scott goes over play books. Above: Eating again Glenn? 170 Left to Right:?. Donegan, M. Bullock, M. Buttermore, J. Davis, S. Garvey S. Mathews, D. Vilhena, K. Engstrom, K. Hood, J. Nanfelt, J. MacNeil. L. Levesey, D. Arruda. A title this year? Well, not exactly, but one cannot say that the 1979 baseball season was a waste! By no means was this the case; excellence was displayed in a variety of ways. . . sportsmanship being foremoost. The boys ' perseverance was outstanding and the coaches ' determination for well-played games, an epitome of good faith and strong belief, was inspiring. Stan Mathews (senior) had a most memorable year on the mound; he proved himself as a powerful starter as well as a savior of difficult games. Stan ' s season was given a " seal of approval " when he was voted Outstanding Player by all the league coaches. Others that displayed an excellence in their game were Mike Ouimet, who swung a very consistent bat, and Ken Engstrom who came in during the second half of the year to pitch some big wins. A memorable moment for the Lakers was their victory against Norton their most competitive opponent. Important is the team ' s undefeated League competition of 16 and 0! I ' m sure the team will all agree, that the entire season was quite enriching. Guys, we ' ll annihilate Norton next season. Show them no mercy! Left: Coach Carl Tinsley Left to Right: First Row: D. Breault, A. Abbott, J. Winberg, C. Begin, J. Roberts; Second Row: Coach Burrows, J. Hampston, C. Mont, M. Vesey, J. Jorgensen, L. Elliot, L. Simas, S. Donegan, C. Reed, H. Johnson, R. Alex- ander, C. Carrier, S. Graca Tri Captains Cheryl, Anita, Jean There were disappointments for the field hockey team this year, but the spirit and the teamwork continued pushing them onward. With only three seniors to look at for experience, it proved quite an interesting season. Sophomores playing varsity for the first time learned game skills well. A fine performance by freshman, Sandy Graca as goalie, helped to keep the girls on their toes. Coach Burrows with her first season here behind her, can look forward to a freshly spirited team with positive attitudes. Congratulations With Best Wishes For Future Success And Happiness PRIESTS AND PARISHERS SAINTS MARTHA AND MARY PARISH LAKEVILLE YOG ' LL SMILE EVERY DAY WITH A GAS SAVING DATSUN 1980 DATSGNS 13 LEFT IN STOCK 10 1979 280Z Coupes 3 1979 BlO ' s ST. YVES DATSGN Corner Route 79 County St. Exit 10 off Rte. 140 824- 8614 Berkley 822-3642 Good Luck And Wishes From EGGER ' S paRNITGRE CO. Middleboro, Mass. 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LENDER BILL ' S AGTO wishes the Class of 80 the Best of Luck S. Main St. Assonet, Mass. Tel. 644-5621 BOYTON HARDWARE AND GRAIN 33 Locust St Assonet, MA if 1 iviCtVlLLE ISI M t V EDWARD F CAREV ttifcir 69 MAIN STREET LAKEVILLE. MASS. Si TELEPHONE 947 0405 FREE DELIVERY ss - TVb. Ua e is Best Wishes N To The li Class Of 1980 ss go li S3 KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN M.Dl FREETOWN ACITO Slab Bridge Road PO Box 67 Assonet, MA 191 MIDDLEBOROUGH TRUST COMPANY 192 Congratulations From CHARLOTTE AND RON NANFELT Coastal Fisheries New Bedford, MA K. R. Rezendes, Inc. Sammy ' s Lane Assonet, MA 02702 (617) 644-5795 Assonet Coffee Shop General Contractor Land Development Assonet, MA 02702 644-5252 Backhoe-Shovel Bulldozer and Trucking Service niddleDoro Llothmg Co. 38 Center Street Best Wishes Middleboro, MA Kinyon-Campbell Business School Headquarters for Levi ' s and Corner of County and Linden Streets, New Bedford 997-3154 992-5448 Rent-A-Tux Formals 194 SPONSORS Mr. and Mrs. Bernard F. Gleason Marianne Arruda Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mello A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fickert Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Perrone Mr. Joseph R. Fonseca Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Dobrowsky jk ' Paul Couture Marie Parker Mark and Sharon Kaminski Joni McGinnis Mr. and Mrs. Edward Secatore Lynwood Hartford Jr. Mike and Linda Marley Lt. Paul J. Perrone Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeArruda Mr. and Mrs. Sven Kristofferson Jr. Robert Pittsley Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parker Mrs. Felix F. Perrone In memory of Atty. Felix F. Perrone Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rousseau Monique Constant Mr. and Mrs. Mollis Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Sferruzza Barbara A. Place Wesley McGinnis Karen E. Place Dean Parker Edward Christopher Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. McCarthy Everett and Louise Hackett Mark and Irene Ashley Jim Grasela Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Furtado Maria Angela Perrone Mr. and . Mrs. Stephen Furtado Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bevilacqua Mr. and Mrs. Tom LaPlante Beau Begin Roger Levesque Mrs. Yvette R. LaForest Yvette and Alfred Levesque Mr. and Mrs. Roger P. Levesque Sr Sandy Madeiros Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bar Jeffrey Cooper Compliments of a Friend Gene Edgell Danny Reis , Deveney Reis Mr. Robert Sylvia Mr. and Mrs. Edward Worcester Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Capone Mark Gorman 195 Compliments of . . . Compliments Of Juniors Convenient Store 63 S. Main Street Assonet, MA :A {aij ijour road oj ' tij-s, (je jj.au ' Ecl (xritfz joy and iucceii. ::A {aij tfiE olj±taa[E± ijou Enaountzi cauiE ijou to Exa tin ijouz Endeuijoxi. l {aij ijOU unds. ' L tancl tizat (jij gcwLn oj ijoiiX±E[j ' , ijou xeceLve, ZEtvard aifiLcfi i± tcj-E. l ou talzE (AjLtfi ijou, out (zajj E tfzat E ujoxtd ucritt [jE a IjeHex jj tacE j ' O att. ood ua(zl Middleborough L Bank The Piper People bank uihere it counts! Plymouth-Home National Bank 77 Center Street, Middleboro • 047-6611 • Member FDIC MR. ANTHONY ' S RESTAURANT 118 High Street Assonet 644-5441 or 644-2972 Private Parties Line Entertainment, Cozy Dinners Featuring: Excellent Selection Of Wines, Italian And Seafood Pu-Pu Platters v-VJI 1 1 OLLIICl LIUI lo to the Class of 1980 ASSONET ELECTRICAL CO. Rep. Thomas C. Norton House Chairman Joint Legislative Committee on Energy 4 Dana Lee Dr. Assonet, MA 644-5507 Compliments Of CLYDE S. THOMAS, INC. ASSONET TOOL CO. INC Insurance Brokers Real Estate Brokers Registered Representatives Notary Publics 37 Locust St. Assonet, MA 02702 7 Rock Street Middleborough, MA (617) 947-0120 199 John W C ain anH Snn Baby G., Farms South Main St. Assonet, MA. Tel. 644-2296 294 Bedford St Lakeville, MA Cain Insurance . . . Real Estate Auto, Home, Life, and Business " Buy with confidence complete line of dairy products " J J ' s Seafood Drive-In E. Freetown, Garage County Rd. 54 Middleboro Rd. Lakeville, MA 02346 E. Freetown, MA Tel. 763-5977 763-2422 Best wishes to Good luck The Class of 1980 to The Class of 1980 200 LAKEVILLE BARBER SHOP Main St Lakeville, Mass. Congratulations To The Class Of 1980 THE COUNTRY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION P. O. Box 500 E. Freetown, MA 02717 Tel. 763-5060 Latest Dividend 6% TO THE FUTURE Fri. Evenings ■ 6-8 Town Line Plaza County Road E. Freetown, MA Serving the communities of . Freetown and Lakeville In every Industry there is a nanne for Quality , THE CRANBERRY PEOPLE OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRIES, INC., PLYMOUTH, MASS. 02360 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 201 Villager-Journal Solving MIDOISORO, LAKEVU HtEETOWH ASSONET, BBtKLEY, and BRDGEWAIBt 22 WAREHAM ST. MIDDLEBORO, MASS. 02346 947-7472 Assonet Village Booteiy 2 WATER ST. ASSONET MASS. TEL: 644-5360 CAIN INSURANCE REAL ESTATE S. Main St. Assonet, Mass. Tel. 644-2296 Auto- Home Life - Business QUALITY BUILT HOMES 202 Apponequet Regional High School ' s 1980 Polarian was printed by Josten ' s American Yearbook Company of State College, Pennsylvania. Paper stock is 100 lb. gloss finish. Caption and body copy are 9 pt. and 1 1 pt. Korinna. Headlines are 18 pt. and 30 pt. Kor- inna. Printing was by offset lithog- raphy using 150 line screens for black and white and color photographs. Em- bossed cover is of 150 pt. binders board and rubbed with black ink. The 1980 Polarian had a press run of 460 copies. Full color processing was by Lorings Studio of New Bedford, MA.. Color separations were done by Jos- ten ' s American Yearbook Company. The cover was donated by the Middle- borough Savings Bank. 203


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