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LAKEVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY Lakeville Public library The Francis E. and Barbaia E. Rose Polarion Yearbook Collection 2007 Lakeville Public Library 4 Precinct St. Lakeville. MA 02347 apponequet regional high school 1985 polarion volume XXVI beginning what we call the beginning is end is to make a beginning. R,Mu ld Re:,,;i,n,40lh Prvsnhnl of I In- The s,kuc shulllc (n lll (.IR: Vicl Vclcnms Memorial: rclri- The U:,lulh,h khomcini. ,hcocr:,lic I H W S j t v nc» line in e plon,lioi, bulion iit hisl Under of Inin 1985 supplement graduation " We must put faith in ourselves as indi- viduals before all else . . . If we are to be remembered — both as individuals and as a class — it will be because we have shown love in all our works. If we are to experience ultimate success, it will be through the manifestation of love in our world ' MATTHEW JOHN RITA Class Valedictorian CATHY GUTIERREZ Senior Class Speaker prom senior ass senior banquet baseball Softball Rejoice O young man, while you are young and let your heart be glad in the days of your youth. Follow the ways of your heart, the vision of your eyes; Yet understand that as regards all this God will bring you to judgement Ward off grief from your heart and put away trouble from your presence, though the dawn of youth is fleeting. Ecclesiastes 11:9-10 ten the end. and to make an w end is where we start from. — ts. elliot Iranian hostage crisis: diplomatic em- barrassment of I LS. Sandra Day O ' Connor: first female Supreme Court Justice Embassy takeo ers: a sign of our times Johnny (arson: t»o decades of lale ' night enterlainmtint ,..V; My oldest teddy bear Is still my favorite. We ' ve been through it all: Boyfriends, parents, sharing dreams. Sometimes I wonder Who is real and who is stuffed. Plastic button eyes see the world So much clearer than hazel ones. My oldest teddy Sleeps with me When the nights get lonely. Never betraying my secrets Never shaken trust. Maybe someday I can be as much of a person As teddy is. 11 H growing letting a hundred flowers ' of thought contend is the f blossom and a hundred schools policy — mao-tse-tung British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher Iran and Iraq: an age-old conflict escalates in the SU ' s Eddie Murphy: making it big in com- edy . . Hazardous naste: controversial prob- lem facing us all Strung out, and wrung out, and fed up to there. No time for a breather, no time for fresh air. Tugged at, and pulled at, and thrown all around. So often I scream, and yet there ' s no sound. Worked on, and poured on, and molded into shape, I search and I grope, but there is no escape. Deadlines and bylines, facts, figures and dates. The body is drowning, smothered by weights. Pressures and worries, frustration and fret. Trapped in the endless, unbreakable net. Crossroads and stoplights, life on the street. The flames at both ends one day will meet. reaching ' ' the permanent temptation of permanent defeat of life comes Datid Bimic: leader of the Intasion " of .Xmericsi Computers: norking their way into the households of America Polish Solidarity leader Lech W alesa stands up to Moscow SOLOFLEX: an example of the American physical fitness craze Jife is to confuse dreams with reality, tlie wlien dreams are surrendered to reality. — anon A stranger asked today, " Is he your brother? " I looked at you Laughing, Slouching like you do. How can you wear your hair like that? But then I saw you Reaching. You really do try. I always wished I had your spunk. I looked at him again. Smiled, And said, " No, he ' s my friend. " venturing Iet us then be up and doing im still pursuing, learn to labor » flH|k Wh4l tr«m did Abraham M Sdprr»t« Vi V and cndonthrroadinW37 n «klabli»h ® Whjifs tht worlds »maite»t independent slat? ' WHfivdklBtftlv me«t lh« leadt [ oi the pa :k? Whal wa described a : Two all be ;f »p«c)al saute, lettuce, cheese, pickle , unions and a sesame eed bun " ? Who wrote the poem Th RaaJ Not Taken " Tom Cruise gites us a lesson in " Risky Business " What food got It name from the way i( hung in bunches like grapes? What playing card was once known as tht drviV bfdpctts? A1 SV ERS 0 BACK PACE 1 Sally Ride: first woman up in the Put Bcnatar: rock «$ roll ' s reisning space shuttle queen IT ' ith a heart for any fate; still achieving ind to wait — henry wadsworth longfellow M S H: u scries »e f:rc» up »ith Stete Murtin: u " Loneh duy " and n Thomas " Tip " O ' Seill tisils the ( ' eorge Bush: n henribent nt a from comes to a close " Jerk " " Cheers " set the presidency _ Somebody ' s crying with bis guitar, Somebody ' s soul is streaming. Pouring and flowing in liquid notes. Somebody ' s heart is bleeding. Somebody ' s dancing on the ledge. Somebody ' s nearing the end. Pondering, praying, the endless fall. Somebody ' s needing a friend. Somebody ' s walking the darkest night. Somebody ' s lost and roams. Hoping and reaching, emptiness full, Oh, so far away from home. 10 has a rendez-vous with destiny — • d» r« Reverend Sun Myung Moon: leader of Man Decker: America ' s fastest »om- Brooke and Burgess: a mixture of the ■ Omar Gaddafi: madman leader of LiIh the " Moonies " an tripped up iti I .A. ... old and. new . . jt,a , Hard to fathom all you say, I try in my imperfect way. But friends watch; friends learn. Something new in every turn. Perfection ' s not in my realm to do. But sense the right; find the true. you give but little when you m when you give of yourself m give of your possessions, it is tliat you truly give — lialilil gibran Billy Joel: one of the great musical " Breaking " : a new trend in American John Lennon: beloved Beatle, assasSi-- talents of our time dance nated Dec. 8, 1980 E.T.: a lovable alien hits home A warm decoration For all to touch and love For the frightened child to hold. To listen to secrets and fears In the dark of your room. The fixed smile is reassuring, The concern almost maternal. Again surpassing experience. Button eyes have not seen tears In many a regimented day. Or many a cold night. Still taking the burdens. Holding you, holding all. But don ' t push or shout Even for a brief lapse. Or you will discover That I am nothing but a ragdoll. Propped by a toothpick And about to collapse. ' 3 dreaming the only limit to our realization today, let us move forward THE WHO continues to rock Amer- Jane Fonda: actress, acthist. and aer- I ' .S. imohement in the Middle East ica obics Mr. T: the strong, silent type 0 14 }f tomorrow will be our doubts of fith strong and active faith — Ld.r. Chernenko:So iet Premier in the HU ' s Van Hulen " jumps " into the " l9Hr Dustin Hoffman: llolh trod ' s latest t.dHm Moses; lonf;est » inning streak rock spotlight " Tootsie " . in modern track . field . Swiftly gliding, Brisk in fliglit. Streaks of darkness. On shades of white. Quickly formed, Perfectly round, Messages screaming. Without any sound. Foolishly stated. Bearing the lies. Of a little girl dreaming. With stars in her eyes. echoing Hhe soul shrinks from all that it is about to remember. — r. wibbui] On tbe back of your picture Were the words I bad been dreading: " Keep in toucb. " Four years of weeliends Together, so many movies. " Keep in toucb. " Laughing, learning, letting go Of dreams that somehow died. " Keep in touch. " Yes, my friend, it ' s real and All I can do is smile and say " I will. " 16 seniors Sandy Dawson - llonwcomini; Queen Student oices sponsored debute - " Rehearsal for Murder " by the ip- Pure ( oincidence - Senior Dance ' I9S4 II 5 S4 ponequet Players - 11 I6 H4 1984 REMEMBER Remember me when I am gone away. Gone far away into the silent land; When you can no more hold me by the hand. Nor I half turn to go, yet turning stay. Remember me when no more, day by day. You tell me of our future that you planned: Only remember me; you understand It will be late to counsel then or pray. Yet if you should forget me for a while And afterwards remember, do not grieve: For if the darkness and corruption leave A vestige of the thoughts that once I had. Better by far you should forget and smile Than that you should remember and be sad. 18 DEBORAH A. ALVES Debbie ' s ambition is to pursue a career in law. She would also like to model and act. Her favorites include her parents, chocolates, and Prince. She will always remember 7 25 83, ' 84 Y.A. Pageant, Boo Boo Bear Over There, DA AS A, GRIZZLEY, and " Boys. " She can most likely be found with M. Y., K.P.C.L.O., Boo Boo, DANA, Lupe, and Sharoo Down Satellite. " Let ' s Go Crazy. " " It ' s better to want what you have than to have what you want. You ' ll be happier. " KENNETH J. AL VES Kenny ' s ambition in life is to go to college for electronics. He will most remember English with Mrs. Rose and the good times he had in Phys Ed majors. Ken ' s pet peeves are people who think they are better than others and Ap- ponequet. Some of his favorites include Van Halen, Moosehead, McDonald ' s and lazing around. He will remember the good times he had with Melle Mel, Lynchie, Donny D., Jay, Dave, the Burr and others. TIMOTHYS. AMES Tim ' s ambition in life is to be wealthy and happy. He most admires Mom and Dad, Mr. Piasecki, Mr. Lagadec, and his coaches. He enjoys weekends, skiing, pole vaulting, food. Pink Floyd, and being with his friends. Tim most remembers getting his Mustang, ice hock- ey, ski trips, Spanish class, and 5 18. Tim ' s pet peeves are E.B., stupidity, and Mr. K. " This is the road to tomorrow and this is the place called today. It ' s a wonderful place to visit but no one may ever stay. " TAMMY M. ANDREWS " I ' ve always been crazy, but it ' s kept me from going insane. " Tammy ' s ambition is to be suc- cessful in whatever she does. Her favorites in- clude Eric, Robin, Karyn, Molly Hatchet, and W.J. She most admires her parents, grandpar- ents, and all her friends. She will never forget 3- 11-84. Her pet peeves are Mr. Powers, preppies, jocks, and getting kicked out of the girls room. " I love you Eric! " MICHAEL F. ARBEC Mike most admires his parents for their hard work and devotion to his family. Mike is most happy being outdoors with his dogs. His fa vorite pastime is reading. Mike looks forward to a bright future in law enforcement. DEBBIE ASHLEY Debbie ' s ambition in life is to pursue a career in physical therapy. Some of Deb ' s fatorites in- clude: being with Mike, weekends, sleeping late, jeans, anilla shakes, pizza, ight Ranger, Chicago, Anne, Kim, Sue, Shelley. Tom, Mrs. Barth ' s Algebra II class and 3rd stud}. She will always remember the special times spent »ith friends, and especially the drives to Rhode Is- land! She most admires her parents for all their understanding throughout the years. 19 TAMMY LEE ASHLEY " All the flowers of all our tomorrows are in the seeds of today. " Tammy has enjoyed her 4 yrs. at A. M.S. Her most memorable times at Appone- quet were 3 22. 2nd lunch with W.H., and 4th lunch with Mich. She will always remember the great times on the band exchange concerts — especially Syracuse, N. Y. Tammy most admires her parents. Her favorite people include her family, Elton John, Aerosmith, Stevie Wonder, Mr. Moll, and Mrs. Zuber. She can be found with Roger, Mag, Mich, Arlene, Randy, and the gang. Her pet peeve is teachers ' pets. LOUIS H. BALESTRACCI Louie will always admire his two football coach- es-coach K. and coach Dias. He will always remember the fun he had during his four years at Apponequet High School, especially Mr. Fur- tado ' s Government class and fun times with the lonely guys. P.S. Thanks, Mom. ARTHUR BABINEA U The class of 1985 would like to wish Art the very best of luck in the future. CORINNE BETH BANCROFT Cor ' s goal in life is to work w small children be happy. Some of her favorites are CUZ, rainbows, cheering, new faces, beaches, VH, GOOD FRIENDS (fM ' KB ' SR ' S). Special peo- ple: the Perrones, Minnis, Mrs. D, and Silvias. Cor will never forget talks with Jill, laughs with Sher, or times with the whole gang. She values most her closeness with Salty and her unique relationship with Mike (7 28 84). Bean will never forget the summers of ' 83 and ' 84 or 12 31 83! I love you. Mom and Dad! Best of wishes to the class of ' 85. MICHAEL PHILLIPS BAIRD Mike hopes to major in marine biology and someday put Jacques Cousteau to shame. He can be found at home listening to Heavy Metal or at a friend ' s house. His favorites include Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, and C.B, S.H., D.B., J.A., and B.P., while his pet peetes are WHTT and Hank. Mike will never forget third lunch with Chris and Scott, and sliding on the golf Course. Git! RONA LEE BARBOZA Rona ' s ambition in life is to be successful, but most of all be happy, and healthy. She enjoys spending time with the Mello ' s, her family, friends, and especially with Kevin. Rona will always remember the good old times she had with her friends Bean, Becky, Kris, Judy, Jill, Donna, and Randy. She most admires and re- spects her mother and father. Happiness to Rona is being with Kevin and making her father proud. " 1 love you. Mom and Dad! " MICHELLE M. BARKER Michelle hopes to become a successful Medical Assistant. Her pet peeves are being late and red lollipops. Her favorites are eating Chinese food and tacos, green. The Cars, Beaver Brown, and going to C. with M. Michelle will always re- member English with S. and R., and 4th lunch with Deb and Sandy. Michelle wishes the class of ' 85 good luck and a great future! " The friends we make today make the memories of our future. " THOMAS BARLOW The class of 1985 would like to wish Tom the very best of luck in the future. KENNETH J. BARTH Ken ' s ambition in life is to get out of Lakeville and travel the world. He would also like to be a very wealthy person. Ken can most likely be found at TLP. His favorites include water ski- ing. The Cars, and partying. He will never forget M.L. and getting lost with R.B. miles from civilization. He most likely can be found with R.B., C. W., J.S., E.D., S.D., and R. V . Ken most admires his mother. His pet peeves are school, cars breaking down, and speeding violations. Good Luck Class of " 85 " . KELLY JEAN BARTLETT Kelly hopes to someday attend college in the Held of art and take a long vacation to Florida. Some of her favorites include dancing, drawing and painting, summertime, the beach, pretty sunsets, Maine, Kenny Rogers, spending money, and going out to dinner. Her pet peeves are cold mornings, waking up early and Fat and Skinny. Kelly will always remember the summer of ' 83 and all the great times with her friends. JULIE ANN BEBO Bebop ' s ambition in life is to become a CPA + own a Vette or Mazda. Her best times were with JF, KM, AM, MM, LP, AL, GT, JT, M l, KN, JS, PS, KB, Payee, Jiwwy, Vuk, KS, RW, + DD. Jul ' s favorites are partying. Led Zep, ice- cream, dancing, + Night Moves. ' ! She most respects Kev + El, Mom + Dad C, Mom M., but most of all her Mom + Grandma. Thanks Mom! Her pet peeves are liars, users, back- stabbers,busy signals, + cooking. " Bye, love ya! " DENNIS FRANCOIS BELANGER Dennis can be found with Chris B., Scott H., Steve J., Laurie A., Sharon J., Randy B., and Pam H. His favorites include L.A., Monty P - thon. Rush, SS:T, " I ' d like to see. ' " , and the Bro ' s. Dennis ' pel peeves are Gershwin. Te , Bobs, and 20 words. Dennis ' most memorable moment was " Good News " and the cast party. Dennis would like to thank his parents for giving him guidance and support in school and in outside activities. 21 THOMAS JOHN BEN A Tom ' s ambition in life is to get rich, married, and have at least three mistresses. His favorites include beautiful girls, Porsches, money, and of course partying with the guys — Mike, Stefe, Scott, John, Todd, and Paul. His pet peeves are Mondays, assigned seats, and SA T ' s. Tom most admires his parents for putting up with him. He will always remember the trip to Boston with John ($9.00, what a bargain!), free Chinese food with Jay and Paul, and nights at the Tavern. SUZANNE ELIZABETH BERCHE " If you don ' t try you will never fail, nor will you succeed. " Suzanne ' s ambition in life is to be happy. Some of her favorites include being with friends. Cathedral Camp, Big Macs, Cokes, fries, sixth study, weekends, summers, lobster, sports, and listening to the radio. Her pet peeves are homework, people with a low self-image, mornings, whining, Mondays, and having too many things to do without enough time to do them. She most admires her parents. JOHN-PAUL BENESKI John ' s ambition is to go through college and get a job that will make him rich. He can usually be found playing drums or partying with friends. John enjoys skiing, scubadiving, football, and playing the drums. His favorite groups are Van Halen, The Tubes, Asia, Rush, and Pat Benatar. John most admires his parents and coaches. Cars without radios and taxes are John ' s pet peeves. Feb. of ' 82 in Austria was a time he ' ll never forget. " Where ' s the water?!! " RANDY EDWARD BERTHELETTE Randy intends to join the Air Force, graduate from college, and pursue a career in aeronautics. He most enjoys having money and spending it foolishly. He can usually be found with Jen in his ' 65 Cutlass. Randy will never forget the summer of ' 84 with Jen, beaches, ISIewport, parties, running out of gas, and his friends (Chris W., Ken B.. Cheryl M., Rona B., Gil, Wag, John R., and Sly). His pet peeves are ignorance and people in his way. " That ' s life! " CHRISTIAN R. BERARD Chris hopes to go to college and become a marine biologist. He ' s most likely to be found with Sharon, Scooter, Pam, Dennis, and Mike. Some of his favorites include Monty Python, " AIRjamming, " his stereo. Heavy Metal, sea- food, and P.O.T.D. Chris ' most memorable mo- ments are the summer of ' 84, 7th grade science, 9 20 84, and the " Good News " cast party. Chris hopes to travel to England in the future and he most admires his father. His pet peeves are busy signals, 20 words, B.B., and homework. " Thaaaanks a lot. " SCOTT BESSETTE Scott enjoys cruising around in his Gremlin and listening to CRL ' E. His future plans are to become a mechanical engineer. He remembers most the unbreakable bottle and the broken key. His pet peeves are Spanish and Bull Whacks. 22 RANDY CLIFFORD BETTS Randy ' s future ambition is to go into electronics and music. His most memorable moment at A.H.S. are lunch, concerts, " Good News " , Mar- tha ' s Vineyard, and going to the library with Bruce. His fa write people are God, Pastor Rick, Shirley J., Donna, V ' yette, Rose, Jon, Bruce, Russell, Doug and especially his parents. " I lote you, Mom+ Dad. " He most enjoys singing and going to Hojos. Randy most likely can be found at Church. He will always remember Cindy and all she meant to him. Good luck to all! i SCOTT R. BOTELHO Scott ' s ambition in life is to become a self made millionaire. His favorites include: weightlifting, music, cheese burgers, and most of all Val! His most memorable dates are 1-27-84 and 3-2-84. Scott can most likely be found out with Val, or going nuts with Bill, Dare, Chris, and Steve. His pet peeves are: slow drivers, C.T., ugly girls, and managers. He most admires his parents and grandparents. Scott wishes the best of luck to all his classmates. ' Wo Doubt " . JAMES CHRISTOPHER BOCK Jim ' s ambitions are to pursue a career in marine biology and SCUBA diving. He also wants to become very wealthy while pursuing his life ' s ambitions, retire early, and live on a secluded island surrounded by beautiful women and Hein- ekens. His favorites include: The Beatles, the Boss, Van Halen, Horseneck, all 7 4 ' s, boating, life, food, God, JT, cold Heinies, 1984, Ghosts, the Apartment, Scuba, and the scavenger hunt. His pet peeves are cults, liars, and his house party. He will always remember his friends ED, J J, JR, SC, ML, RF, JG, AND CL. " Oh baby. " MICHELLE LOUISE BOUCHER Mish ' s ambitions in life include going to college, pursuing a career in Nutritional Science,settling down and just being happy. Her favorites in- clude: pink, rainbows, BMW ' s, roses, sweaters and Genesis. Her favorite friends are Anne, Heidi, Pam, Jeff, Dave, and her parents. Mish will always remember the cast parties, ex- changes, " The Pumpkin, " (who reads signs), 7 24 84, and pillow talks. Pet peeves are Phys- ics and busy signals. Love ya Mom and Dad. Thanks Memere, " Don ' t Mess. " God bless " 8S. " MARGARET A. BOSSE Maggie would like to become a physical thera- pist. She wishes the class of " 85 " the best. " Success comes to those who only take a chance. " Her pet peeves are book reports, snobs, and school buses. She will remember Tammy, Roger, Michelle, Arlene, Denise, Mr. Jorgen- sen, Mr Gorman, and the rest. KENNETH BROADBENT The class of 1985 would like to wish Ken the very best of luck in the future. DA VW D. BROUILLETTE Dare ' s ambition in life is to be rich and success- ful. Date ' s favorites include: Paula, parties, Mi- chelob, eating, and music. Dare can be found rrith Paula or out with Scott, Stere, or Chris. His most memorable dates are: 4-28-84 and 10- 8-84 and Sunday football games. Dare would like to thank his parents for their support. Dare ' s pet peeres are: B.K., Dills, slow drirers, no money, and bossy people. Best luck to the class of 85 ' . " Vo Doubt. " ROBERT BROWN The class of 1985 would like to wish Bob the rery best in the future. JENNIFER BROWN The class of 1985 would like to wish Jennifer the rery best in the future. NANCY G. BRVLOTTE Nancy will always remember her years at Ap- ponequet. Her most memorable day is July 19, 1983. Among her farorites are Eric, McDonalds, pizza, lasagna, shrimp, and cheesecake. She hopes to be successful in the field of hotel restaurant management. She enjoys spending her time with Eric, Kelly, Robin, Pam and many others. She wishes the class of 1985 The Best Of Luck. ' She thanks her mother and Mrs. Gibney for being there when she needed them. " Follow Your Dreams Whererer they Lead You! " KIMBERLEE A. BROWN Kim ' s ambition is to go to college and get a degree in social work. She ' s most likely to be found working at Mickey D ' s or with Sandy, Anne, Kris, Deb, or Heather. Her farorites include parties, Segar, Journey , family, and Ken. She misses the times with the " 7 " and the " sisters. " She will nerer forget when she fell on her bum at the Steak House. Her pet peeres are busy signals, red lights, and high beams. Good luck to the class of " 85 " . USA MARIE BRUNEAU Lisa enjoys working at Designer I, youth groups, and driring. She lores to listen to the stereo, shopping, cooking, and sleeping late. Hei farorite sports are tolleyball, bike riding ana tennis. Lisa ' s two most sp ecial people in tht world are her parents. They listen, understand, and help her in erery aspect. She plans on going to college after graduating from Apponequet. She wants to be an accountant, and etentually work her way up to a CPA. Lisa dreams oi driring a Ferrari. ' 24 JEFFREY BUMPUS The class of 1985 would like to wish Jeff the very best in the future. ANNE M. BUTLER Anne ' s ambition in life is to pursue a career in travel. She ' ll always remember the memorable moments she had with her friends. Some favor- ites include: Mish, Heidi, Jimmy, Jeff, Kim, Scott, Rich, Deb, the pumpkin. Mustangs, The Police, Genesis, pillow talks, and stop signs. Hey who reads signs? Mac trucks, right Mish?. ' Anne would like to thank her parents for all their help and support these past few years. She would also like to wish the class of 85 the best of luck in the years to come. " Oh, my. " KIMD. CABRAL Kim ' s ambition in life is to see the world, live in the far west and eventually go to college. She will most likely be found at the Vickery ' s or out with Susan, Mark, Mike, and David. Among Kim ' s favorites are: ice cream, rootbeer, sunsets, full moons, long walks, fall months, Jerry and Diane, S. Mcks, Heart, CS1 , J. Taylor, J. Mitchell, and the Vickery ' s. She will never forget the summer of ' 84 (spent with Susan), Newport, Aug. 18, the sign, CSN concert, the yoga retreat, nights spent at Friendly ' s, senior pictures, trips to Boston, and backing up on Rte. 195. SUSAN MARIE CAMARA Sue ' s future ambition is to have a career in pharmacy and a happy and successful life. Her favorites include Duran Duran, John Waite, M+ M ' s, blackrasberry ice cream, Portugese cooking, Cheryl, Donna, Debbie, Vicki, Mi- chelle, her family and all her friends. She most admires her parents and grandparents for all they ' ve done. Thanks! She will never forget campaigning, dances, the list, 4th and 6th stud- ies, and times spent with friends. Best of luck to the class of " 85 " . " A man should learn to sail with all winds " . MICHAEL CARASETTI The class of 1985 would like to wish Mike the very best in the future. JODIA. CARDIN Jodi ' s ambitions include going to college and being both happy and successful. Fatorites in- clude Riunite, teddy bears, hugs, beaches, R.I., Craig, and friends (LR, NG, KR. JR, LT, MC, and LL). She will always remember the summer of ' 84, Birtha, Acc ' t 2 class. Sew York 12 31 83 W K2 and Craig, Riunite in 7 minutes, and the class of ' 85. Special thanks to Mom LR for being there. I ' 1 25 WILLIAM JOSEPH CASS Bill ' s foremost interests include racing his Gios, his weird art, " His Girlfriend " , working at the Bicycle shop, and his odd vans sneakers. Bill aspires to go to an art school and someday make a living by it. His hope is to someday drive a car that works. His pet peeve is the infamous double negative, " I ' m not doing nothing. " And he ad- mires anyone who is strong enough to be them- selves and can accomplish that goal without hurting anyone. In closing, " Thanks! " FRANKLIN A. CLARK, JR. Frank ' s immediate plan is to enter the army. After the army he hopes to enter college and major in either computer science or forestry. His ambition is to travel through Europe and Japan. His hobby is to collect stamps, guns, and VCR movies. His favorites include Chinese food, pizza. Van Halen, Led Zeppelin, Journey, and friends. He will most remember his junior year at A.H.S. Pet peeves are Mr. Powers, Michael Jackson, school food, and homework. SCOTT CATTO After getting a college education Scott hopes to pursue a successful career in finance. Among his favo ' s are travel, bad horror movies, the B-52 ' s B-HOGS, famous hats, gargamels. The Blazer, the cottage, but especially green. He will never forget whammy, get up . . . wake up ... , Academy Awards Performances, Schtroumpfs, " Get Out " , and funny jokes. Good luck to the class of 1985!! " They ' re dead. They ' re all dead " . CRYSTAL CLOS Crystal ' s ambition in life is to be a successful person and live a happy life. She likes almost any kind of food and her favorite groups are Barry Manilow, Journey, Van Halen and Led Zeppelin. The people she most admires are her friends and her mother, of course, Mrs. Zuber. Mrs. Knudsen and Mrs. Medeiros because of all the help they ha ve given her in the four years she has been at APPONEQVET. Best wishes to the class of " 85 " ! ARLENE L. CHRISTIE Arlene ' s future ambition is to get married and raise a family. She also hopes to become a seamstress. Her hobbies include sewing and roller skating, but her happiest times are spent with Gordon. She will most remember working with Ms. Keister and Ms. Desrosiers at Apponequet. ROBERT COGGSHALL The class of 1985 would like to wish Bob the very best in the future. i KELLY S. COPLEY Kelly plans to go on to college and be with Bob. Kel ' s favorites in clude Bob, M M ice cream, sweet sour chicken, Cath, Sheri, Stacey, ISancy, Butch, Honey, long walks, softball, " faithfully, " and Gramma Grampa. k ' el will never forget 8 10 83, 6 10 84, the softball trips, and the summer of ' 83. She would like to thank Mom Dad for their love support. Kel will always remember the good times w friends at A.H.S. She would like to wish the class of " 85 the best of luck always. " I love you. Bob. " RHONDA COSTA The class of 1985 would like to wish Rhonda the very best in the future. MONIQVE JENNYFER CORRIVEAU Monique likes balloons, Horseneck, Ft. Lauder- dale ' 85, summers, dimples. Angora, 14-karat, Seger, fast cars (Nova), and of course dancin ' ! Nanc, Sue, Lind, Mayo, Rap, Jod, h ' aria, JIM- MY , Steven, ' specially " bb " Lee are among Mun ' s favorites. " Love you. Mom Dad. " Memories include 5 7; Sorry Scott, such is life; " reset, " huh, Scottie?; Good God, this girl; CHICKEM; SMV w Bodie; right Sue— little girl; McD ' s w Kimba; Jod ' s parties; Ed— hub- joke; VH; crashes; LIKE; " Love you, Jimmy! " MICHELLE D. COURTEMANCHE Shelly can usually be found w Jai, Lis, MH + SL or at the Gym Hutt. Among her favorites are gymnastics, Joe, Boyd, summer and going to " BK " . She ' ll never forget 5 5 84, Mulcahy w John and Karia, JW + DP. " The Lone " " Go into the tub. ' " , the wonderful time @ the prom, Thaosm, " Ji-Paul " , burp, " Tweety " , 1 2 84 w CJ. Hey Lis! " goodie-goo- die " , are you starving? Lincoln Park w Jai. Special Thanks to Li, Jud, Sue, Ki, Dor, Bet, Dur + Gil for the memories. " No biggie " " whatever " " Lis, is it addicting? " PETER A. COSTA Peter ' s ambition in life is to be a famous guitar- ist and songwriter. The most important person in his life is Dawn Maclary, his future wife. He will most remember his tribe taking shots on Mr. C. and bull hunting. He would like to remind you, " Instant Kharma ' s gonna get you! " " Led Zeppelin Forever " !!! REBECCA CUNNINGHAM Becky ' s future plans are to continue being happy and healthy. Some fatorites include Robin, Hei- di, Cheryl, Bean, Mom C, Mrs. Mayo, G U, ! ' iff, Mr. Vieira, Mr. Looney. and the Silvias. Three other very special people in her life now are Nicole, Chris, and Grampa. Other special times are 6 18 83, 6 27 84 and the times spent talking to little Mayo, thanks, lu a! Becky most admires her parents for understanding and helping through rough times. I lote vou - Mom Dad! 27 ERICA. DAVIGNON Eric ' s ambition in life is to become filthy rich. He enjoys spending time with Kathy, Rob, Chrissy, Mark, and Jen. His favorites include tom and Dad, pizza. Heavy Metal and B.C. His pet peeves are D.P., A.H.S, snobs, and cops. Eric ' s most memorable moments are 8 24 84, 8 20 84, 4 7 82. He can usually be found at Karen ' s on the weekends, or anywhere in Dart- mouth. He is impressed by sexy ladies and fast cars. DIO, Twisted Sister, and the Scorpions are his favorite groups. He wishes his sister and brothers the best of life. i SANDY A I 1 E DA WSON Sandy ' s ambition in life is to be successful in everything she does. Her favorites include: ski- ing, swimming, going to the beach, getting a tan, smiles, Pat Benatar and Porsches. Sandy can usually be found w Pam, Chris, Cher, Peter, J., or " them guys " . She will never forget: 7th grade, Mrs. D., skiing w friends, summer of ' 84, Fairhaven and V ' a. Beach. She most admires her parents. Sandy ' s pet peeve is people who don ' t match clothes. " Jim, knock it ofP ' , " ya, you ' ll be alright. " DINA JEAN DEGRAZIA " The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched, they must be felt with the heart ... " Dina ' s ambition in life is to pursue a career in business. Some of her favor- ites include pizza, Horseneck Beach, Michael Jackson, and Pepsi Cola. Dina, whose most memorable moment will be graduating from A.H.S., most admires her parents. DORI JEAN DEGRAZIA " What one can conceive and believe, one can achieve " . Dori ' s goal in life is to find happiness and become a successful CP. A. She most ad- mires her mom and Dad who ' ve stood beside her and helped her along. Her favorites include Journey, lasagna, M M ' s, laughing with friends and especially Bill. She ' ll never forget the Beaver Brown concert, 4th study, Mrs. D. in hysterics, tripping up the stairs, and many other great times at A.H.S. " Thanks everyone and good luck! " " Don ' t worry about it. " PAUL M. DONATO After school Paul intends to be happy and rich. He most admires his parents. Out of school you can find him partying with Todd, Mike, Arty and other friends. His favorite things in life are rowdy parties, eating, girls, and good music like Tom Petty and Van Halen. Best times in school were 6th period with Mr. Pete and Bargain Row. " Well, see ya later- ' cause I ' m outta here! " KEVIN MA TTHEW DONOVAN LU: PL ' S has too many activities- too many responsibilities- not enough sleep- lots of good music (Rush, Pink Floyd, Thin Lizzy)- lots of good friends I Matt, Jim, S ' mouse. Boo, Sal, Mike). He ' ll always remember hacky sack in Jim ' s garage-munchin ' and jammin ' with L 1 RA (project 357)- the clan-the lonely guys- working at Friendly ' s- and sliding on the golf course. His pet peeve is slow walkers. " Bli-up " 28 MELANIE DUARTE The class of 1985 would like to wish Melanie the very best in the future. DEBRA DUBE Debi ' s ambition in life is to be successful and someday be happily married. Her fav ' s are Mom + Dad, Winnie-Pooh, black jelly beans, ' 63 corvettes, guys in white pants, and The Police. Her dislikes are crickets, the bottom of the milk, and TFR! She will never forget talks with Kenibee, Hyannis with EK, and all the good times with her friends at Apponequet, especially with MD, SV, DM, LL, + KB. Debi would like to wish the best to the class of ' 85! Hey Sandy, FMSI Ba-ha-ha! SCOTT J. DUROCHER Scott ' s ambition in life is to further his educa- tion and to be rich and successful in whatever he does. Scott most admires his parents. His favor- ites include hockey, skiing, B-light, ZZ Top, The I luge, The Boss, Van Halen, partying with Mac and his close friends. Scott will always remember collecting and bargain row. " Yahoo!! " SANDRA M. FERREIRA Sandra ' s ambition in life is to become successful in the business field. Some of her pet peeves are snobs and two-faced people. Sandra most ad- mires her parents, L.P., and Y + B. Some of the things she enjoys are pizza, m + m ' s and Chinese Food. She would also like to wish the Class of 85 the best of luck. DANIEL J. DUTRA " You can ' t have fun without breaking the rules. " Dan ' s ambition in life is to successfully graduate from high school and attend a decent college. His favorites include music by Journey, The Police, and Essence, jammin with the guys, Olympic lifting, partying, Boston, C.B.Z., sleep- ing and eating. His special times are spent with Michelle. His pet peeves are driving and flash- lights. Dates to remember include: 12 31 83, 3 18 84, 3 28 84, 3 29 84, and Sunday at the Spits. MICHELLE A. FA ULKNER " MICH " plans to pursue a career in traveling and own a red corvette. She is happiest when with Brian, cashing checks or out with Poo. Her favorites are Brian. Doreen, Mikey. B.L., M.M., M.G., E.E., G.G. She will always remember Florida, summer of 84. skipping school at Hor- seneck, and " babysitting " . Mich ' s most embar- rassing moment was falling down the stairs " J " times with the same people at the bottom saying, " Here comes that blonde again. " Her pet peeves are waiting and saying goodnight. " Chic " " Give me a break. " MARK FICKERT The class of I9H5 would like to wish Mark the rery best in the future. THOMAS C. W. FIJSJOCHIO JR. T.C. will always remember: Feb.- Apr. " 83 " with Jack White, french toast on his birthday. Band I, II, Mr. Dietzer, x-block, third lunch, Toronto Exchange, Canada ' s Wonderland, Peony Mar. Cathey Vonheczy, Sandaligerulaes, Tercipol and Cira, 666 , Footprints, great friendships: Pete up to Maine and the beach, working at Trucchi ' s and at Rax; 24 hr. shifts 11 7 with Steve Rundmc and The Clash, 10 5 84: When Ian totaled mother ' s Celica, no more car for me, and being intimate friends with Kim. i GLENN FRANCIS FITZGIBBONS Glenn can be found cruising in his Gremlin with ' I Patty, Ratless and Flip. Glenn enjoys listening i to Queensryche, Maiden, and Metallica. His future plans are to enter into a chemical field at U. Mass. His pet peeres are dope slaps. Hank and Misers. Glenn will never forget The Broken Key Episode! KEITH E. FLETCHER Keith ' s ambition is to be a wealthy chef and raise a happy family. He enjoys being with his friends, skiing, dancing, meditating, partying, returnables, and listening to Pink Floyd, V.H, and Funk. His pet peeves are the farm and negative people. Keith most respects Mr. Laga- dec and his parents. Most memorable moments include: ski trips, 9 15, and the crash of ' 84. " Best of luck to the Class of ' 85 " JUNE FLOOD June ' s memorable moments at A.H.S. were the winter of ' 81 - ' 82, the " Girls ' Room Gang, " her Jr. year w John, 11 6 84, and all the parties. Some of her favorites are Rush, Steppenwolf, Cat Stevens, PM, SP, RC, AG, JD, SO, LM, to, KM, AM, MM, JB, BS, WG, pizza, sea- food, pasta, and coke. June ' s pet peeves are DV, lint, busy signals, and waiting. She ' ll never forget the good oT days. Mrs. Zuber, Ms. T, ft Mrs. Rose. Her future ambition is cosmetology. " See ya. " " Tell me about it. " " Young, wild, and free! " " Hi, Mumsie. " MICHELLE P. FONSECA Michelle ' s nicknames are Mich, Pumpkin, and Toots. Her future plans are to get a good job and to get married. Her fatorite times at AHS were Jr. 4th lunch with TA, RF, BP, and AC, Mar- tha ' s Vineyard with TA. The people important to her are her Mom and Dad, Walter, Scott, Tammy, Roger, Be , Arlene, Lexie, Karen, Lorri, Mindy, Andy, and Libby. Her pet peetes are conceited people, Monday mornings and homework. " Keep in touch everyone. Lose Mich. " Later Roger! " 30 JA y FOURNIER The class of 1 985 would like to wish Jay the very best in the future. DENNIS C FRAZIER Dennis would like to be a great bass player but if he can ' t, " so what " . He likes to listen to Jimi Hendrix, Moody Blues, C.S.M.Y., Cream and old vintage rock. He hates A.H.S., snobby girls, jocks, shop, work, and short hair. He ' ll remem- ber (Maureen), Dawn, Lisa, Lori, Michelle, Chris, Dewey, Scratchy, The Tree Guys, Stere, Bill, Chief, The Tribe, Shooting Bulls, and that inexplicable feeling underneath the bridge. BONNIE FREEMAN The class of 1985 would like to wish Bonnie the very best in the future. ANNEMARIE FRASIER Anne ' s ambition in life is to go on to college. She can most likely be found with Linda, Karen, and John. Among her favorites are Van Halen, Stevie Nicks, Billy Squier, full moons, spring, movies, comics, stuffed animals, peanut M+ M ' s, Chinese food. Friendly ' s, weekends, shopping. Anne is happiest when she spends time with close friends or lays around the house. Her pet peeve is being called Annie! She will always remember the summer of 84, doubling with Linda, 7 25 84 and the exchange concerts. ROBERT W. FREIDA Y Bob is planning to attend college and major in architecture and computer science. His favorites include water skiing, wind surfing, three whee- lin ' , parties, and music of all kinds. His pet peeves are running out of gas, taking diggers, station wagons, and waiting for his sisters. He will always remember the " fun bunch ' . 7 4 84, Palmas Del Mar, and partying in the " Brown Bomber " . Bob wishes the class of 85 ' the best. " About that time. " " The bell tolls for thee. . " 31 CHRISTINE G. FREITAS Chris ' ambition in life is to be happy and successful in everything she does. Her favorites include: fries, the beach, Cher, Sandy, Pam, being with Mike, " them guys " , racking on C. W., Porsches, and skiing with friends. She most admires and respects her parents for all they ' ve done for her. Chris will never forget Cher ' s first time skiing, summer of ' 84, and Halloween of ' 83. Chris wishes the class of ' 85 the best of luck. " Knock it off KIM GEISLER Kim ' s ambition in life is to be happy and successful in whatever she decides to do. Her favorites are: spending time with D and J Deb, Kathy, Karen, Dea, Anne, Tom, Sue, Dori, Din Mr. and Mrs. A, Choir and time off from work. She can usually be found with friends or working at McD ' s. Her pet peeves are math, science and people who call her Kimberly. Kim most admires A ' . ?. . . Kim wishes the Class of 85 the best of luck and happiness. NANCY LEE GALLANT Nancy plans to go to college and be successful. Her favorites include: teddy bears, beaches, dim- ples, Newport, hats, 14 karat, leg, chaps, fall and mittens. She ' ll never forget: 8-16-83, 3-11-84, 9- 6-84, JRLTJCMCLR Marc, playing Joe Hick with Jill in miniskirts, playing games, all- nighters with JLM, keg parties, crash 1-5, Birtha, R in 7 min., spotlites, trap. Pet peeves are: promises, Mrs. L, Chuck, June 9 84 ET, " Hey Chicken " , " Good God This Girl " , " Right, you your Bronco " , Thanks M, Love you, STILL! Carolyn, Mum, Dad . . . LISA ANN GIBERTI Lisa will always remember her friends at Ap- ponequet. Lisa will never forget Jenny, Sheila, Danna, + Bren. (How could she). Lisa will never forget FXSX gang, and their trip to MUI. Remember the S.H., breakfast before school, the X-mas party (don ' t get sick squeak), and the summers spent at Mill. Hey Jenny, remember " Where ' s the Unicorn. " Lisa ' s most memorable dates are 12 1 77 and 8 20 84. Lisa most ad- mires her father with all he had to put up with. " Give me a break " . Class of " 85 " , good luck. GLENN R. GA UDETTE Glenn ' s ambition in life is to attend a good engineering college and become a wealthy per- son. He most admires his parents and grandpar- ents. His favorites include Neil Young, Yes, Led Zep, Bruins, Celtics, and partying. His pet peeves are lazy people, " tough guys " , and slow drivers. He can usually be found hanging around with Seth and Paul. PAM GIBNEY Pam ' s ambitions are to attend college, become a wealthy accountant, and later marry. Some ol her favorites include J.T., Air Supply, food, laughing w Kelly B, talks w Mom, partying » Rhonda, cheering, singing, saying the pledge » Steve, and especially time spent w Hammer. She most admires her Dad for his ambition. Pam ' s pet peeves are the Class of " 84 " and fat+ skinny. Her most memorable moments are 9-16-83, the ski trip of 84, Godspell, and all the good times spent with her friends. STEPHEN GLEASON Steve ' s future ambition is to go on to college, and lire life to the fullest before settling down with a family. Steve can usually be found with Mike, Brian and Mark doing I2oz. curls. Among his favorites are MBMJKM and " Bean " . He ' ll never forget the pledge with Pam on Mondays, Kelly, The Scavenger Hunt or the Ski trip when his car broke down. " Right Jude " . His pet peeve is people who get sick at parties. He most admires his Mom and Dad for putting up with all his B.S. " Take it Slow. " KA THLEEN PA TRICIA GVARINO Kathy ' s ambition in life is to go to college and become a nurse-practitioner. Some of her favor- ites are: tacos, Chinese food, her brothers and sisters. Tammy, Gloria, the Delanos, and espe- cially, Ray. Kathy will never forget all the great times she had with Karen. Her pet peeves are: early morning, taking the bus, physics, and staying after school. A moment Kathy will never forget is in-school suspension with Karen. Kathy most admires her parents for all the help that they have given her. CA THY GUTIERREZ Cath can be found buzzing around the Z, writing her memories in stanzas, or in sundry gutters. Some favorites are old musicals, JT, warm hugs, thunder, Don, painted leaves, PS, shooting stars, Hesse, and all her friends. Her hang-up is people who can ' t go to the bathroom alone. Her greatest fear is to become average. Cath will always remember being F.P. with Li, flavoring with Matt, blizzards with Mish, the opal prom, France, and seniorness. Her ambition is to build foundations under all those castles. i EDWARD HEALY " The light at the end of the tunnel is the headlamp of the oncoming train. " When Ed Audio isn ' t out managing, he ' s out driving Ed ' s Taxi (24 hr. service) and making trips to far-off towns. He wants to thank his parents for all the support they ' ve given him, and FotoMatt for all the weird times. He will never forget all the friends that he ' s come to know and love over four years. Thanks to all the coaches, teachers, and administration for making this education bearable, and never forget the legend of THE SHADOW! MICHELLE LEE HILTON Shelley hopes to make " much bucks " when she gets out of college. She can always be found with Kimmi D. or with Chewy, scoopin ' . She most admires her Mommy -n- Daddy-darling (they ' re the best). ' , grandmother, sister, grandfather, Mr. Freitas, (for being a wild guy) and Mrs. Staples (some day I ' ll get you to be wild. ' ). Her favorites are her nephew Bryan, her car, John K, Chrissy, Missy, Betta, and Riunite. Her pet peeve is people who gawk. " I ' m sure " . " Hey dudes " . PAMELA ANNE HOLMES Pam ' s goal in life is to remain happy and someday be successful. She wishes to continue her education and later run her own business. She most admires her parents for always being there. Pam can usually be found with Cheryl, Troy, Trap, Rachel, Mikie, Paul, and the rest of the bunch. Among her fatorites are 6 24 83. strawberry ice cream, stuffed animals. Journey, food fights, weekend trips, toga parties. Morals ' studio, beach days, and cruisin ' . Best of luck to the class of 1985! 33 MATTHEW HOTZ Photo Matt is usually in or under his 69 VW Bug, but when he isn ' t some of his favorites are James Taylor, Chicago, german cars, skiing, sailing and ! ikons. He most admires his par- ents, and hopes to become a very successful businesman. Matt ' s pet peeves are incompetent band directors, and 20 words. He will never forget the good times with George Bev., Mrs. Casey, Audio Ed, and bugging Mrs. Parker in the library. DANIEL J. JOHNSON " Don ' t mess " with " Big Dan " who plans to be filthy rich as an aerospace engineer. His favor- ites are Vettes, Rossignols, moguls, pumping iron, Breakin, Rap, kidding around with his Mom, + Hacky Sack. He dislikes conceited big mouths, parked Mach I ' s, lift lines, Adambrau, + Greenbays. Dan will always remember skiing in Austria, having a blast at the Brau Stuben, + the summer of 84. Dan has " goals " of respect for Coach K. + Coach " It ' ll be golden " Dias. He most admires his Dad, his hard-working best friend. SCOTT WA YNE HOWL AND Scott loves Pam, Heavy Metal. ' , hardcore con- certs, food mutilation. Drama Club, decent folk, weirdos. His friends are Duke, Ann, Mike, Dennis, Sharon. Scott ' s pet peeves are busy phones, big shots, phonies, pinheads, and RA TS! Always remember, " Hi! I ' m Charlie the Pump- kin! " He hopes to become a marine biologist and make a couple of friends with some decent dolphins. Most memorable moments: cast par- ties. Biology with Duke, times with Pam, 7th grade dissection of frog, hog dog fight, " Who ' s on first? " JOANN RENE KEARNEY JoAnn ' s ambition in life is to become a steward- ess and travel. Her hobbies are swimming, party- ing and seeing Mike. Her best times were spent with Mike 10 26 84, and partying with Rhonda, Beth, Donna, and George. She enjoys listening to Bob Seger and Led Zep. Her favorite foods are Chinese and Italian. Her pet peeves are people who think they ' re better than others and fighting with Mike. Thanks Mom and Dad for getting me through school. If you love something set it free, if it comes back to you it is yours. Party Hardy and Good Luck to the Class of ' 85. PAUL E.HUNT ] Paul hopes to go to school for engineering, if he i can find a school that will accept him. He is ( most likely to be found with Granville or Dano ; doing something mindless. His fa vorites include, , Huey Lewis, Mustangs, ISove mber 1st, and ' Maine. His pet peeves are, Spanky, Harriet, and being called " Mike. " His most memorable mo- ments were " learning " to ski on the Mogul Run, and labs with Goober, Sly, and the Beak. Paul i admires his Mom for putting up with him, and his Dad for all the good advice. " What do you mean by an F? " PAULF. KOWZIC Paul ' s ambition in life is to be successful in his career and lead a happy life. Some of Paul ' s favorites are parties. Bud, Bud, Bud!, Van Ha- len. Scorpions, Led Zepplin, BG, CM. PW, DM, SV, MT and alt my friends from B.P. Paul most admires Mr. and Mrs. Freeman, Leesa, Bonnie, and Lori. Thanks a lot for everything! Paul would like to wish the class of " 85 " the best of luck. " What the? " 34 1 DEBRA M. KVBEL Debbie ' s goal in life is to go to college and have a successful career in the business field. She is happiest when she is with Kris, Kell, Gibby, Janice, John and all her friends. Her farorites include Mom and Dad, laughing with Kris, vacations, shopping, pizza and Burger King. Her most memorable moments were with Kris in ENGLAISID-P ' NVT shell, and the summer of " 84 " ! She will always remember the fun times at A.H.S. " OH MY GOD!! " LEE J. LaBELLE Lee ' s ambition in life is to open a successful business. The things he enjoys most are karate, working out, and being with his friends E.G., R.B., K.A., and A.M. You can usually find Lee at his karate school working out. He most admires his parents, grandparents, Eddie G., and Mr. Lagadec. His pet peeves are snobs, liars, pushy people, and Mrs. Pina. The best of luck to the class of " 85 " . STEPHEN J. LaBELLE Steve ' s ambition in life is to own his own business and be successful. His favorites include hockey, M.P., K.L., G.G, D.K., partying with the guys, eating, girls, collecting. Mustangs and all his friends. He most admires his parents, his Grandma and Mr. Lagadec. His pet peeves are Chevy owners, Mr. Sylvia, Mr. Gorman, and waking up early. His most memorable moments were the Jr. Prom, N.H., ORR, B.S., W.D., and the V.H. concert. Good luck to the class of " 85 " . GENE R. LaBONTE Gene plans to attend college and major in Crimi- nal Justice. He admires sensitivity, a good per- sonality, and a good sense of humor. He loves to have a good time, and will always remember partying on weekends with his friends. One of his most favorite pastimes is relaxing at the beach alone and taking time to think. The golf team was great. Classes with Mr. Homen and Mr. Gorman were favorites. His pet peeves include snobs and illogical people. Thanks mom, dad, and Jackie for always being there. BRIANS. LACROIX Brian ' s ambition in life is to join the Air Force, but most of all to be happy. Brian ' s favorites include Tom Petty, Bob Seger, Chinese food and Budweiser. He can most likely be found working or partying with Steve, Mike, and Mark. Brian most admires his parents and will never forget the great times he had going to Las Vegas to see his brother Paul. His pet peeves are 6:00 A.M. and airheads. Brian wishes the class of " 85 " the best of luck. JUNE HOLL Y LaMONTAGNE Happiness to June is being with Bill, watching the sunrise o er Long Pond, remembering past summers with Kathy, and seeing her family happy. After High School, she would like to further her education and make a life-long, satisfying, science career out of it. Thanks to Kristen, Debbie, Kim, Brian, and Gene, home- room will always be the most memorable part of High School to her. June will always admire and respect her mother for her ne er-ending strength. 35 GEORGENE LAPOINTE Georgene ' s ambition in life is to travel the world, get married, and hate a small family. She likes partying with her friends Jo Ann, Donna, Beth, Brenda, Fay, and Harold. She also likes being with Steve. Her favorites are pizza, cheeseburg- ers, cho. chip cookies. Van Halen, The Doors, Led Zeppelin, Billy Squier, Rush, and Pat Bene- tar. Her pet peeves are snobs who think they are better than everyone else, Mrs. Pina, Mr. Powers and Jocks. Her favorite sayings are " Later Dude " and " Party Hardy " . LORI A. LaPOINTE Lori ' s ambition in life is to be successful in what- ever her future holds. She most admires her par- ents. Among her favorites are: Van Halen, John Cougar, pizza, Chinese food, A.G. and the gang, and Mr. S. She will always remember and miss the good times with Kim L. Her pet peeves are L.L., snobs, and Monday mornings. " Save some time for dreaming. " KRISTEN LEBLANC Kristen ' s ambition in life is to be happy wherever her future may lead her. She most admires her parents and her mem. She ' s happiest with Kelly, Deb K, Deb P., John, and Gibby. Her favorites include Coca-Cola, Burger King, and shoes. Her most memorable moments were with Deb in En- gland (Pepto-Bismol-yum. ' l and the summer of 84. Her years at A HS will always be thought of as fun ones. Good Luck! " In a minute " ERIC S. LEMIEVX Eric ' s ambition in life is to be a partial owner of his father ' s business. His favorite pastimes are being in the boys room and then being late to class. His pet peeves are Mr. Powers, Mr. Peter- son ' s woodshop classes, and Mr. Longtin. His favorites include Steve, Scott, Tammy, Van Ha- len, Pink Floyd, Boston, Mr. Fawcett, Mr. Fur- tado, and Mr. Robidoux. " I love you. Tammy! " MARY C. LEONARD Mary ' s ambition in life is to be a happy and successful physical therapist. Mare, who enjoys being with M ' SC " f KB ' , will always remember CNJPD, and will never forget DZIADZIV. Her favorites include THE WHO, Horseneck, ice, 23, and the Bruins. She most admires Mrs. D., Mr. and Mrs. O., and hates spiders! Special thanks to her Mom and Dad for making her four years at AHS enjoyable! Good luck class o f 1985! THOMAS LEVESQUE Tom ' s ambition in life is to own his own auto body shop. His music tastes include Led Zeppe- lin, and his pet pee e is Mr. Powers. 36 TROY A. LEVESQUE Troy ' s ambition in life is to be successful in whateyer he does. " I done good huh. ' crack!! " , " Catch the ball. " Troy can be found with Squat- ty and the guys. Troys pet peeyes are: M.K., people who gossip, and especially people who listen to people that gossip. His favorite foods are pizza, spaghetti, and everything else. Troy would like to thank the coaches from 81-84, they helped him find himself. Let ' s go crazy! SCOTT W. LOONEY Scott ' s ambition is to own a professional sports team and a Porsche 944. His favorites include Rush, Huey, Elton, BOC, pizza, fried chicken, the Dolphins " " , skiing, S ' mousin ' around, and LYRA. He will never forget cruisin ' the ave with " P.K. and the lonely guys " , running for the Lakers, all the great times partying with his friends and 10-13-84 (Learn your lesson?). Scott is looking forward to great times at college and during the summer of 85 ' . Thanks Mom and Dad. " Go A PP State " . CATHERINE S. LORANGER Cathy ' s ambition is to be happy in life, and marriage, and to live life to the fullest. People she admires the most are Peter, and Mr. and Mrs. M. Her favorite group is Van Halen and her favorite foods are lobster, pizza, and Chi- nese food. Her most memorable date is 5 23 82 and her favorite past times are horesback riding and being with Peter. Cathy wishes the class of " 85 " the best of luck in the future. LINDA ANN LORANGER " You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough. " Linda ' s ambition is to lead a happy and successful life. Some of her favorites include her friends, her cousin, weekends, boys, clothes, and music. Linda ' s pet peeve is getting up for schooL She will never forget the Gluons parties, skipping school, the summer of " 84 " , doubling with Anne, and all the other great times she had. She wishes the class of " 85 " the best of luck. BRIAN M. LYNCH Brian ' s favorite pastime is cruising around on Friday nights, listening to Van Halen, Rush, ZZ Top, Huey Lewis, and Billy Squier. His pet peeves are people who brag, Harriet, and Spanky. Brian will most remember 10th grade chemistry labs with Mike, Goober, and Sly. He will also remember the VH concert and the summer of " 84. " Brian is a Celtics and Bruins fan. Brian ' s ambition in life is to have a good job and get rich. ROBERT LYNCH Bob ' s ambition in life is to do the best he can in whatever he does. Bob likes weekends and being with his fiends. His favorite groups are Van Halen, ZZ Top, and the Doors. His pet peeves are people who act phoney, speeding tickets, and pumping gas. 37 DAVID MACEK Date ' s ambition in life is to do the best he can with what he has. His pet peeves are pumping gas and speeding tickets. CHRISTOPHER D. MACOMBER Chris enjoys water and snow siding, dirt bikes, saowmobiling, football, pole vaulting. Bud Lite and partying with Steve O ' B. and Scotty D. Chris can be found either on Long Pond or in his car listening to " Crue " and " Funk " . After high school Chris plans to attend ! ew England Tech. and get a good job to buy his " Lambor- gine " . His most memorable moment was his return trip to school from Bickford ' s in his junior year. Chris ' pet peeve is snobby girls. Chris admires his family, even his sister. " Say La Ve " MARK D. MAGNETT Mark feels that school had its goods and bads. The best times included getting psyched up for the big meets, B-Ball games against B.P. and Norton, going out for the weekend, and going to Muldoon ' s with Mike and Ste e. Music that Marcus likes best is Rush, Led Zeppelin, and Van Halen. Marcus, in the future, plans to fish for a living and own a " Porsche 911 " . His mother and father hate always been there for him and Mark loves them for eterything they have done. DA VID MA HONEY Dave ' s ambition in life is to be happy and successful in whatever he does. He is most likely to be found with friends, skiing, or just having a good time. His favorites include, Mr. Hennings, The Heaslips, R.D., and most of all, his family. Dave ' s most memorable moments are tiedays, the scavenger hunt, Flugle ' s crash, senior ski trips and all the good times spent with the class of " 85 " . To the class of " 85 " , Dave wishes happiness and success in life with loved ones. NICOLE J. MALSKY ISiki ' s ambition in life is just to be successful and get rich. Her most memorable moments haven ' t happened yet but she ' s still waiting patiently. Her favorite foods are steak, mashed potatoes, and McDonalds. Miki ' s pet peeves are people who drag their feet and people who own a Chevy or Ford and think it ' s great. ( " I Survived the Ford Fairmont! " ) P.S. Good luck, class of " 85 " . SANDRA ANNA MARSHALL Her most memorable moment in Apponequet was the first dance of " 81 " . The people she most admires are Mr. Lagadec, Mr. Gidley, her grandparents and her Mom. She plans to contin- ue studying with computers and be successful in her own business. She will always remember studious Roger cheating on his chemistry test and 5 31 84. Her favorites are Pizza, Chinese food, Aerosmith, Zeppelin, and cruising around. Her pet peeies are snobby people who think they are better than others. " Give me a break " . 38 CHERYL A. MAYO Cheryl ' s ambition in life is to graduate from college and be happy. Among her favorites are Mom + Dad (Lore ya), TOMMY, Lisa, Becky, Connie, Pam, Kathy, Rach, Rob, and the times spent with each of them. Her most memorable moments are talks with Kathy, 3 12 84, Tom and S.B., 6th nith Randy, J.R.S. Mud Party, Pam in F.R., the toga, Tricia - D. and especially the close times spent with Becky and Mco e. Best wishes class of " 85 " . JOHN McGinn John ' s ambition in life is to be healthy, happy, and to pursue a career in Law Enforcement. His pet peeves are greenbays, Wednesday practices, and snobs. He most admires his mother, father, and Coach Dias. John would like to wish the class of " 85 " the best of luck in all that they do. JHL ANN McGINNIS Jill ' s ambitions are to be a successful cosmetolo- gist, drive a fast car and own a vast wardrobe. Her favorites include " My favorite place in the whole world " , snow, sleeping late, kittens, " Fri- day night at the Rousseau home " , the Allen Estate crew. Van Halen, ZZ-Top, Triumph, and of course Johnny T, Darryl, Peter, and Bodie. Her pet peeves are " The Click " and rumors. Jill would like to include those dearest to her: Mom «ft Ed, Dad Phil, Peter, Remo, and her sisters. Thanks for everything! Good luck " 85. MELISSA J A YNE MEDAS Missy ' s ambition in life is to continue in the field of accounting. Missy ' s memories include: Julie ' s boat, " She got it lit! Splash! " Peter (only the good die young), JL, JS, SH, SS, LM, RV, NM, LR, SV, PV, TS, CR, and KM. Missy can be found on the phone at 7:00 or with her friends. She admires her family, her aunts, Joey and his family, Mrs. Staples, Mr. Sylvia, Mr. Freitas, and Mrs. Rose. Love Ya Guys! JUDYMELLO " If you can imagine it, you can achieve it, if you dream it, you can become it. " Judy ' s ambitions in life are to graduate from college, to pursue a career, and to be very successful and happy. Some of her favorites include the track and cross-country people, including Coach Tebo, food, running, B.D., Lisa, and the gang. She will always remember Cathy ' s cellar, good times with Lisa, laughing with Deb, freshmen track, partying with the gang, and track initiation. " Was it like this . . . ? " Liiii . . . Thanks. " He ' s cute! " DOREEN MENDES Doreen would someday like to own a restaurant and a brand new 280z. Her favorites are being with Chris, eating Chinese food, shopping and going to the beach with Mitch. Her most memo- rable times were Home Ec. H with M.F., T.C., J.B., and riding bus 6 in the morning. Some of her pet peeves are fights, people picking on her car, working all weekend and cars that are always broken. She hopes success and achieve- ment come to the class of 85. " poor " 39 MICHELLE MESSIER Michelle plans to attend BCC after graduating and take up child care. Vou can usually find her with MS, KP, LP. JAB. AM, JF, her 2 sisters, her 3 nephews, or Jody. Her pet peeves are teachers who go in the bathroom and freshmen who mess it up. Her 1 group is the DOORS, and she lores Rum and Coke. Michelle thanks her parents for everything and also thanks Mom and Dad P. and their family for all their help. She ' ll remember the summers of ' 83 and ' 84, March 25 and Jan. 12. " Bye Mrs. Wilson. " MICHAEL FRANCIS MILLS Mike ' s favorite things are busting on Dana, flirting with the girls and trying to pass and hopefully graduate. His hobbies are trying to be friendly with others and getting a decent job when he gets out of here. His ambition is to join the Military C Army, get married, and live happily ever after. P.S. see ya later . . . Kevin, Dana and Donna, Kelly, Franklin, Mike. ANNE MOONEY Anne ' s future ambition is to go to L.A. and become incredibly rich. She can usually be found partying in the girls room with Michelle, June, and Julie, or when she ' s not in school, she ' s out hanging with Billy. Anne will marry Billy . . . Someday? Her pet peeves are Dino, A.L., J.Y., and narks. Anne ' s favorites are Mot- ley Cr ' ue, Dio, Ratt, Led Zep, Priest, AC DC, pizza, getting high, and Billy. She most admires her mother and father for the way they are. " I can ' t believe we finally made it! " " Stay happy and forever be free! " KAREN MOONEY Karen ' s most memorable moments were: 2-17- 84, when we went to Motley Crue and got lost in New York, and 8-7-84. Her favorites are Aeros- mith. Motley Crue, Ratt, Joe Perry, Steven Tyler, cold beer, vaka. Corvettes, wild parties, pizza, lasagna, and all her close friends. Her pet peeves are Benny and Dino, teachers who go in the girls ' room, preppies, jocks, and people who think they are better than others. Karen ' s future ambition is to be a secretary and to be rich. Shout at the devil! WARREN N. MOQUIN Don ' t mess with " Fozzie " . Warren ' s plans after high school are to join the military and to serve his country. Warren ' s favorites are football, food, sleeping, and good movies. His pet peeves are greenbays, tri-ads, beach drill, tough guys, and quitters. ' 84- ' 85 has been a great year for the Apponequet Lakers! He would also like to thank his coaches for all the help they have given him. To the class of " 85 " , good luck! KAREN L YNNE MOTT Karen ' s ambition is to attend college and lead a happy and successful life. Her favorites include: Pat Benetar, Chinese food, her brother Chris, her friends and especially James. She will never forget all the crazy times with Kathy. She most admires and respects her parents and thanks them for all their love and support. Her pet peeves include: early mornings, working week- ends and video games. She would like to wish the class of 1985 the best of luck. 40 CHRISTOPHER J. NILSEN The class of 1985 wishes Chris the very best of luck in the future. KA THR YN ELIZABETH NOLL Kathy ' s future plans include being rich and single. She ' ll never forget the special times spent with Carmine, Caria, Stacey, Cathy, Kim, and her two flacky-nutso brothers. Ice cream defi- nitely ranks number one but Chinese food. Snickers, and well-salted french fries are run- ning close seconds. Kate ' s most memorable mo- ments were during band exchanges (Right Car- la? What ' d you say about the family?). She ' d most like to thank her Dad for his love and support. Purple. Long live the Henson Family! Rush. KIM O ' BRIAN Kim will never forget the great times she has had at A.H.S. Her ambition is to become a lawyer and own her own stables. The summer of " 84 " was probably her most memorable time. She will never forget W.A ' . and V.P. with S.L., M.H. and the awesome pinto (one mousse, three spoons) the fourth of July with D.R., A.G. and R.M. (My keys are in the car) and third study with T. W., P.S., and R.S. Kim only hopes that the incoming seniors have as great a time as she did! Good Luck! DANIEL T. O ' KEEFE Danny ' s ambition is to be healthy, single, and successful in life. Danny would like to thank Leora and Dave for making part of his school year memorable. Danny ' s favorites include Knight Ranger, Prince, Chinese food, and the Boston Bruins. He wishes the class of 85 good luck. " Such is Life! " LISA PADUCH Among Lisa ' s favorites are JOE, Michelle M, Julie B, Kim L, Pizza, ice cream. Sunsets and the woods. Lisa will always remember Mrs. W, Mr. McCarthy, Andy, Kenny and all the good times they had (opossum!), Doug, Dale and the help they gave her through the years and all the beautiful moments with Joe. Her most memora- ble date is 1-6-83! Lisa can most likely be found with Buggy (Joe) or at work. Special thanks to Dad, Nana and Joe for putting up with her. Thanks! Good Luck " 85 " . I Love You Joe! ROBIN PARSON Robin ' s ambition after graduation is to be a waitress. Among her favorites are lasagna, spa- ghetti, and country western music. Her friends are Oscar, Jessica, Sandy, and her teachers. 41 MICHAEL J. PER RONE, JR. Mike plans to further his education far away. Mike ' s favorites are partying with Steve, Brian, Mark Tom, listening to soft rock, studies with Mich, Cape Cod yisiting C.J. in Ct. Mike will never forget his special relationship with Co- rinne (7 28 84), Summer of 83, J.T. Concert, the rest of the good times during his four years at A.H.S. Thanks Mary, Jen, Jude, Krissy Corinne for putting up with my B.S. Mike most admires Mr. fc Mrs. B, Mrs. D especially his parents for all they e done. DEBORAH LEE PETTEY Deb ' s ambitions in life are to be happy and to help others become happy. Some of her favorites include shopping, eating, traveling, animals, na- ture, and laughing with friends. She cherishes her relationship with her brother and most admires her father. Deb is most likely to be found skating with Maria, scoping with Gin, or cruising the A ve with Pam. She enjoys spending time with her family and special friends Cathy, Kristen, and Scott. " My turn Bud! " " Appreciate the good and overlook the bad. " STACEV ANNE PINTO Stacey ' s future ambition is to go to college and get a degree in Special Ed. Space ' s most memo- rable times were spent with Caria, Carmine, Kate, Kater, all her friends from field hockey and Softball, and of course her PE Majors class (Thanks guys. ' ). She ' ll never forget the Softball trips (especially the 10th floor-right Beck?), 1, orange bugs, and of course Carmine! She ' d like to thank her Mom, Dad, and Mr. Looney for all their help and support. Love ya all! Good luck class of " 85 " ! " Later on! " BR END A L. PITTSLEY Bren can usually be found with Mark. Her future ambition is to study law. Among Bren ' s favorites are: Mark, Jen, La, Deb, Freddy, Ma., R.P., Mr. Dorsey, seafood, music, and movies. She will always remember: 4-4-84, 6-3-84, Nut- ter Butter, Cheeka, Winnie, Class with Jenkins, " Hey King " , Hi Hon, 6th Study, and Prov. with Mark. Her pet peeves include: 5:00 am, liars, and gaining weight. Bren would like to thank Mark and her Mom + Dad for all their support. Good luck Class of ' 85. DANA PLANT After graduation, Dana ' s next four years will be spent in the Army. A list of his favorites include Chinese and Italian food, ZZ Top, and Van Halen. He most admires his grandparents. Among his pet peeves are Michael Jackson, Mr. Powers, freshmen, and school lunches. His fa- vorite places include l ew Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Trescott Street. Memorable dates include 10 7 and 2 1. Dana ' s glad that he ' s Finally leaving this school. " Let ' s be serious. " KEVIN M. PLANT Kevin ' s ambitions are to further his education and to be successful. His favorites are pizza and spicy food. Kevin ' s favorite people are Donna. Robin, Bob, Frank, Tammy, and Margaret. His pet peeves include school lunches and surprise quizzes. Kevin wishes his class the best of luck in the future. GILBERT J. PONTES The class of 1985 would like to wish Gil the very best in the future. LAURA PUTNAM Laura ' s ambition is to travel the world. Put-Put will never forget her friends, Brenda, Jenny, Matt, Debbie, Donna, Lisa, Sandy, Beth, Jim- my, and Ed. She will never forget Martha ' s Vin eyard, the Cape, visiting Tracy, 16th Birth- day party and Ralph ' s present, and Tennessee with Beth. La can usually be found in a red bug with Photo-Matt. Her pet peeves are snobs and people who can ' t be different. Laura most ad- mires Mr. Freitas, Mr. Dorsey, and Mr. Laga- dec. " formality is overrated; Go crazy " BEVERLY PRINCE Beverly ' s ambitions for the future is to become a cook and to help her mother with the store. Her favorite memory of A.H.S. is of the day she went to Horseneck Beach. Beverly ' s favorite teachers are Mr. Kobak and Mr. Rose. Her best friends include J. P., M.F., A.C., and most of all J. D. MICHELLE MARIE RADEY Michelle ' s ambitions in life are to become a successful psychologist to make her debut on Broadway. Mish ' s favorites include Randy, ted- dy bears, diet 7up. Cath, fuzzy sweaters, Cindi Lauper, Boston sunsets on the beach. Chelle will never forget Raja, friends at McD ' s, MAD N., MV, 7 4 83, proms and sailing with Deb. Mish will ' specially remember all her friends. Michelle would like to thank Ms. P, Ms S., Gram (whom she misses), and ' specially Rand Mom for all their support. Good Luck Class of 85 ' ! ROBERT L. PU LLANO Bob plans to attend college and major in chemis- try. He enjoys listening to Huey Lewis and being with his good friends. Gene, Kev, Mike, Scott, Matt, and John. He also enjoys spending time by himself to think about all the fun things that he was part of, like when his sneaker fell two stories from Mrs. Barth ' s room. He admires intelligence, a sense of humor, and a good personality. Classes with Mr. Homen, Mr. Gor- man, and Mrs. Dobrowsky were really great. A special thanks to mom for always being there. LISA ANNRAPOZA " A smile unlocks the door to happiness, while laughter fills the room with love. " Lisa ' s ambi- tion in life is to go to college and be successful in business. Her favorites include seafood, Jo ' s popcorn, clowns and spending time with friends: JC, MM, I G, LT. KR, and JR. She will always remember Leora ' s Celica, MT. Mr. Syhia ' s Accounting 2 class and 7 27 84. Her pet pee e is tall freshmen. She most admires her parents for their endless support. Oh Wow! KARL A J. REED " The rainbow always comes after the storm. " Karla ' s ambition is to always be happy. Some things that she ' ll never forget are 11-25-83, New York with J, C and K, summers of ' 83 and ' 84 and spending time with KL at GL. She can usually be found with JC, 1 G, JR, LT, MC, SC " and LR ' . Her favorites include autumn, french fries and Chinese food. She most admires her Mom for everything she ' s done. I love y ou Mom. CHRISTOPHER REESE The class of 1985 would like to wish Chris the very best in the future. MICHAEL REILLY Mike ' s favorites include Aerosmith ' 84, girls in Apponequet, peddlin ' -meddlin ' across the " Steel Wheel " Ford, and Budweiser. " Keep a coolin ' , Mr. — always. " MA TTHEW JOHN RITA Memories which Matt will cherish most are those of people who made sacrifices that he might improve as an individual. Whether it was a teacher sharing knowledge, a coach offering instruction, or a parent supplying guidance, he would like to express his gratitude toward them all. Matl ' s years at Apponequet have given him many special friends: Lupus, S ' mouse, Jacques, Sal, Boo, Cathy, the Clan, Driab, Guido, Johnny Rock, and many others. Matt wishes the best to his classmates. God bless. KERR AN G. ROBBINS Kerran can usually be found with Kellie, Tracy, Andy, Brian, and the rest of the gang. Her favorites include sports, drama. Journey, Dad, solitude, a good book, and stars on a clear night. Kerran ' s goal is to succeed in marine bio. She will never forget P.G. ' s cast party, softball trips, " Flo + Monica " , and her friends at AHS. kerran would also like to thank M. Radey for help in drama. Special people to her include Mom + Dad, Granny, Ben, Tracy, + A. Gale. She would like to wish the Class of ' 85 best of luck. " Really? " MICHAEL S. ROBBINS The class of 1985 would like to wish Mike the very best in the future. 44 CHERYL ROBERTS Cheryl ' s goal in life is to become a business executive and settle down. Cheryl won ' t forget the times she had with CD in Virginia, M.M. in accounting, or her trip to Boston with S.S. and J.T. Cheryl most admires her parents, sister, friends, and her radio. Her pet peeves include people who stare, breaking finger nails, and getting runs in pantyhose. Some of Cheryl ' s favorite groups include Van Halen, Billy Squier, and Foreigner. Cheryl would like to wish the class of " 85 " the best of luck. MATTHEW D. ROBERTS Matt ' s future plans include going to art school. He can most likely be found with Glenn, Ian, Kevin, or Scott. His favorites include: Wolver- ine, Tam, The x-men. Harvard Square, V of Lowell, Lionel Richie, Duran Duran, The Thompson Twins, Maple Park, D D, Japanese Animation, drawing comic books, Oscars, and winter. He most admires his mother and Ronnie George. His pet peeves are Ma-Mows and nar- row-minded people. Some things he ' ll never for- get are B E, cons, summer nights on the Cape, dope slaps, and everyone at M.P. ( " A Y O O O A H) JILL M. ROCHE FORT Jill ' s ambition in life is to go to college, dance on Broadway, and someday open up her own studio. Her favorites are Jeff, dancing, ! ew York City, balloons. Old R+ R stations, clowns, gold, gunds, and ' 69 Red V.W. Bugs and her friends: CM, NG, LR, JC, LT and CB. She ' ll always remember 11-6-83, CMS Mud-Party, Playing Atom-12, Pysch Chicken, Acct II, Play- ing Joe-Hick with Mini skirts. Her Pet Peeve is A Navy Blue 79 ' Ford LTD. " May all your dreams become your goals in life, not your goals becoming just dreams " Thanks D.R. Love-Ya Mom + Dad! • ' I RACHEL RODRIQUES " The best feeling in the world is loving someone and knowing they love you back. " Rachel ' s ambition in life is to be happy. Her favorites include: Scott, Kat, Paul, Chris, Brian, Dave, Cheryl, Pam, Mike, Lori, Lisa, Robin, long walks, spring days, and fancy places. Her pet peeve is BUH! She will never forget water skiing with the Rainoni ' s Clan, Pam ' s first driving experience, or snow skiing with Cheryl. Rachel wants to thank her parents for all the things they have taught her in the past four years. LISA M. ROGERS " A friend is someone who knows everything about you and loves you anyway. " Among Lisa ' s favorites are roses, sunsets, Garfield, J. Geils, T- As, CWS, her parents. Mom C. (thanks!), and Amn BC! Lisa can usually be found with Shell, Scott, Patty, Mel, Todd, Deb, Jenn, Kath, or Rach. The times Lisa won ' t forget are getting lost with everyone, losing her car, and anytime spent with friends. Her pet peeves are Boyd, and being called smurf or cute. " Hey Chic! " " Shell, is it addicting? " JOHN HP. ROVGHNEEN HI John can usually be found running or having a good time with his friends. John ' s ambition in life is to graduate from a respectable college making lots of money. His favorites include Rush, eating, sleeping, partying, skiing, beach- ing it, and girls in bikinis. Some memorable moments were his summer at M.A.S.P. and 7-6- 84. John ' s pet peeves are people who dri e slow in front of him in a no passing zone, and people with their hi-beams on behind him. " No law can be sacred to me but that of my nature " 45 KA THLEEN P. SANTOS hath ' s life ambition is to study nursing and lire a happy life with Eric. She most admires her Dad and respects her Mom for all her patience. Her favorites include strawberries, pizza. Jour- ney, and her grandparents. Her pet peeves are snobs, physics, dieting, and making pizza boxes, (right Lisa). Kath will always remember times with Stacy, Dave, Bon and the Swede, dancin with Rob, Jul, and Dani, long talks with Cheryl, Summer of 83, her godchild, and 3 9 84. Cheer up Spacey, we ' re out of here!! RICHARD E. SANTOS III The class of 1985 would like to wish Rick the very best of luck in the future. DA VID ANDREW SEABLOM " Everybody needs somebody sometime. " Dave enjoys spending time with his family and with his friends. Ken T., Dave W., Mark F., Tim A., Keith F., John M., Todd W., and boxing with Paul D. He also enjoys skiing, drumming, good music and eating out. Dave ' s pet peeves are accidents, missing a good party, trouble with the beast and lack of " Tang " . Best Wishes to the class of " 8S " . Love to: Mom and Pop. SHEILA M. SHANKS Sheila ' s ambition in life is to go to college and become successful in whatever she does. She will never forget going to Boston with Jenny and Cheryl, going skiing with Bonnie, and beating Erin at around-the-world. Some favorites are water-skiing, camping, McD ' s and being with friends. Her pet peeve ' s are 20 words a night for C.G.R., R.S., S.P., R.R., and BUFFY! She will always remember Missy, Lisa, Robin, Jenny, Cheryl (for her weirdness), Erin, and Bonnie. She wishes the Class of " 1985 " the best of luck in the future. DONNA SHERMAN Donna ' s years at Apponequet will always be remembered. Her summers with Lisa at MV ' l will always be special, and she ' ll never forget the fun times in the screen house. Donna enjoys skating, playing the piano, and most of all her friends. Her future plans consist of going to Burdett School and spending as much time as possible with Bonnie. (9-3-85) Donna ' s pet peeves are swearing and people who insist on being better than others. " Bimbo " " Susie- Creamcheese " " Scum-bucket " " Right " — Keyin WILLIAM SHING Billy ' s ambition in life is to become an electron- ics engineer. His pet peeves are Mr. Powers, Mrs. Powers, and not being able to party all the time. Billy likes to party, be with friends, and drive around all day looking for his cousin. His favorites include Mr. Stark and Mr. Christopher. 46 MICHAEL C. SILVA Mike ' s ambition is to be successful in whatever he does and enjoy life to the fullest. His favor- ites include hockey, Maine, Rush, gremlins, sailing, fishing and eating. His pet peeves in- clude washing dishes at Cafe Roma, women truck drivers, and B+ T ' s music. He most ad- mires Uncle Bob and Aunty Carol, Mom, and Spunky. He will always remember Jimmy, Doug, Cafe Roma, when B.F. missed, and Harriet ' s basket. He would also like to wish the best of luck to the class of " 85 " ! JENNIFER L. SIL VIA Jen ' s ambition in life is to be rich and success- ful, seek life outside of Freetown, and most of all be happy! Jenny enjoys skiing, playing tennis, cheering with Bean, dancing and partying. Her favorites include summers, smiles, J.T, and be- ing with special people: D.C., C.B., D.D., J.S., M.L., K.S., S.G., and J.R. Her pet peeves are tests and fake people. She ' ll never forget all the fun times at A.H.S. Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you! JUDITH L. SILVIA Judy ' s ambition in life is to be a successful lawyer, but most of all, to be happy. Her favor- ites include her close friends, her family, hugs, weekends, chocolate, f.r.e.d.. Genesis, Phil Col- lins, nice clothes, and most of all Michael. Happiness to Jude is being with Michael and her friends, and just having a good time. Judy will always remember Christmas kisses, 3 19 83, and all of the fun memories at A.H.S. She would like to thank her parents for every- thing they have done for her. Good luck Class of ' 85. STEVEN J. SILVIA Steve ' s future ambition is to become successful in life. His favorites include Zeppelin, Hendrix, Pink Floyd, The Doors, going out with friends and having a good time. He most admires his parents and people that don ' t use him. Steve ' s pet peeves are, C.C., Bill Lewis, people that think that they are tough, and people that talk about others. He wishes the class of ' 85 the best of luck. WILLIAM D. SIL VIA Bill ' s ambition in life is to be rich, happy, and to have his " 69 " Mustang completely restored. He likes to listen to Saxon, DIO, Twisted Sister, Ratt, Whitesnake, and all Heavy Metal. Bill will remember Dennis, Steve G., Pete, Mike B., the chief and the tribe, shooting bull in shop, and cruising Marshalls. He dislikes snobby girls, leftovers, and Cabbage Patch Kids. Bill really hates " Where ' s the Beef? " BETHANNE M. SMITH Beth ' s favorites things include lobster, prime rib. Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Bob Seger, and getting buzzed with good friends. She will never forget Mr. Lagadec ' s class and McCar- thy ' s smile as he ' s suspending her. She can usually be found with Wendy, JoJo or Bobby. Beth will never forget the friends she has made. What ' s Happen in! Keep Smiling! Most of all. Never go Straight! " Here I Go Turn The Page " 47 CARLTON W. SMITH Carlton ' s future is undecided. He most admires Jesus, M D, C.E. and K.N. He enjoys listening to Christian rock groups such as Petra, Servant, and the Ressurection Band. His favorite foods are Italian, steak and fast foods. Carlton ' s pet peeves are high beams, people that don ' t use directionals and people who think they ' re Chris- tians but are really just religious. MONIQUE D. ST. ONGE Monique ' s ambition in life is to go to college and to be an executive secretary. Her favorites are Rick, pizza, crabmeat grinders. Bob Seger, Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith, weekends, Horseneck Beach, M.M., and summer vacations. The people she most admires are her mother and father, her sister Nickie, and Mrs. L. Her pet peeves are people who are fake and people who think they are better than others. 48 KRISTEN A. SOUZA Kris ' s ambition in life is to continue her educa- tion, travel, meet people and find a successful career in the Air Force. Kris " loves " music, nice gold, dancing and having a good time at parties with her close friends. She most admires her parents for getting her through the rough spots of her life and Mr. + Mrs. B. + Mr. + Mrs. S. for letting her sack out at their houses. A special thanks to her mom for giving her some " pretty good " advice. Kris ' s pet peeves are opinionated people, nosey people, and people who never laugh. JAMES SPARROW Jim aspires to eventually attend Oxford. Bathi- cally he can be found munchin ' or jammin ' . He most admires Mr. Rose Mrs. Ward. His favorites are Dianne, Lyra, the Clan, Joe Igno- towski ' s Band, Rush, Pink F, Styx, JT. A Spyro. Jim ' s greatest experiences were Milton, Lon- don, and of course, Dianne. Thank-you, sweet memories. " Hit it! Incomplete ... " Mil »; tow I RUSSELL P. STONEHOUSE " Oh that ' s a drag! " Russell hopes to pursue a career in computers following college. Some of Skeeter ' s favorites include being with Robin, the Souffle club, the Bu, Gumby, his youth group, purple and " whammy " . " Get off my case! " Some of his least favorites include being thin, good nicknames and funny jokes. He would like to leave his respect to Bruce, Randy, the Souffle Club and last but not least Robin. " Wanna be the ruler of the galaxy " " Good-n-good " " uh, uh . . . uh " " Rock Lobster " . Good luck to 85! KURTD. STRAUCH Kurt wishes the class of " 85 " the best of luck in the future. He knows he will be best rem embered for his little red car. JOHN SULLIVAN lohn plans to join the Air Force and pursue a areer in electrical engineering. He can " hope- fully " be found cruising in his mother ' s Lincoln, istening to Motley Crue and Iron Maiden. His tet peeves are guys with chips on their shoul- ders, stuck up girls and new ware. JOHN SYLVESTER John ' s ambition in life is to go to la w school and to become a successful lawyer. Some of his favorites include being at Copicut with Chris + Andy, the Cape in the summer, baseball and good music (Bruce Springsteen, Van-Halen, the Who). He is happiest when he is with Debbie, Kris, Gibby, Ken, Todd and Dare. His pet peeves are: people that think they know everything and airheads. He most admires his parents for being there in the toughest times. He will always remember his years at " AHS " . Good luck to the class of ' 85. " Say What " . LISA M. TALBOT " My whole life is a poem and the words and the rhythms are mine. " In the future Lisa hopes to become a happy and successful writer. Some of Li ' s farorites include pink, jeans, scallops, writ- ing, curly hair, Scott ' s cottage with the Souffle Club, Gumby, Cath ' s cellar, the Roses, Mrs. G., the gang, Joben Jamin, Cathy and Judy. She ' ll slways hare special memories of track, 5th study, getting P.P. with Cath, Skip ' s house, and the Blazer. " Until I die to death. " " I need a hug! " Thanks Mom, Dad, and Jude! Good luck Guys! ANNE E. TA VARES After college, Anne hopes to pursue a career in tdvertising design. Things that make her happy include Mr. and Mrs. D., the Fixx, S and f, Huey Lewis, 6th period art, pink, croissants. Silly Idol, " Days " , and foreign accents. She ' s ' ikely to be found with Sue, Lau, Li, and Jude writing on the sheets. Hi Mom), Con, Jim. Dee, ind Jello. Hi Sis! She ' ll never forget Italy ' 84, uttior year, the l ews concert and PJ Couture ' s ep talks. Good luck to the whole gang. " Start taving fun. " CONNIE M. TA VARES " All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream. " Connie ' s ambition in life is to become a lawyer and lead a happy, successful life. Her favorites include Frankie, Smurfs, clothes, long walks on the beach and Poochie. Connie most admires her Mom and Dad, Mr. and Mrs. D, Mr. Sylvia and all her friends. Her most memo- rable moments are those long talks with Cheryl and Robin, 7 10 84 and all the times spent with Cheryl, Robin, Anne, and Robin. I love you Mommy and Daddy! KATHLEEN A. TEES " Smile, it makes people wonder what you ' re been up to. " Kathy ' s ambition in life is to become successful in business administration, and would hope to someday lite in ' ew York or California. Kathy ' s pet peetes are snobs, J.B. and two faced people. She will always remember Bertha, chicken, M.F. ' s party and East Free- town Beach (four wheelin ' l. Her most memora- ble times were June 22, 1984 (stuck on Sandy Neck Beach), and the summer of " 84 " . Go for it! 49 JANE TERPAK Jane ' s goal in life is to be happy whether she is successful or not. She enjoys being with her friends and family. She most admires her par- ents. Among her favorites are shopping with Debbie, football, Lee and food. Her pet peeves are 6:00 A.M., " exactly " , and Debbie ' s driving . Jane wishes the class of " 85 " the best of luck. CHERYL ANN THOMPSON Cheryl ' s ambition in life is to have a successful career and travel all over the world. Some of Cheryl ' s favorites are Journey, Aldo Nova, Billy Squire, Indiana, M M ice cream at p.m., DW, LF, Sis, and all of her other friends. Cheryl most admires her parents for all they ' ve done for her. Cheryl ' s pet peeve is standing out in the rain waiting for the bus. " Best wishes to the class of 1985. " " Don ' t stop believin ' . " JENNIFER E. TERRY Jean ' s ambition if life is to be happy and successful. She will always remember Martha ' s Vineyard, Oliver, left or right- Donna vs. Lisa, Halloween ' 83, Ellen Therisa Jenkins, Spanish w Ted, Love Buckets, Boston w Brenkins La. Her favorites include seafood, spaghetti, K, Dor- itos Chinese food. Some of Jenn ' s most memorable moments were shared w Brenda, Lisa, Robin, Sheila, Laura, Jill. Thanx Mom Dad. IAN TOAL Never give in, never give up, and never drop classes, especially Spanish. Ian can usually be found in a pool or lifting weights. He would like to mention the summer of ' 84 at camp and the great times he had with Matt and Judy. He can often be seen with Matt and Glenn. His favorites include swimming, weightlifting, staying in shape, camping, D D, fantasy, the X-men, full moons and the outside. He most admires people who can, and do, fight for what they believe in, people who never give up or quit, and also Colossus. He plans to be an engineer and have a really great life. KENNETH PA UL TETRA ULT Ken ' s future ambition in life is to become a successful pharmacist or become as rich as possible. Ken ' s favorites include girls, VH, weekends, + partying with his friends John, Todd, Tom, Dave, Gene, + Dave. His pet peeves are Mondays, conceited people, and (phone)ies. Ken most admires his parents and will never forget all state band w Nicole, the exchange concert in Syracuse, the K ' s (Kaynee), Finding lobsters at the Cape, + Chris ' visits during the summer. Best of luck to the class of ' 85. " Fm ripped " . MICHAEL D. TOEWS Mike ' s ambition in life is to be very rich, but he will settle for a fun life. Mike ' s favorites are snow skiing, water skiing, Michelob, Molson, Heineken, Ozzy, an Halen (V ' .F.H.), Zeppelin, Ken, Pete, Gini, and fast cars. His pet peeves are 11:00, 55, Chris, Jon, and Jason. Two of Mike ' s favorite sayings are " That ' s what she said, " and " I ' ll say. " LISA A. TORRES Lisa ' s ambition in life is to be " lieaithy, wealtliy, and wise. " Site hopes to continue Iter education and later marry. She can always be found with her friends having a blast! Lisa appreciates her family for always being there. Some of her Ta orites are Mike (squatty), hugs kisses. Missy, Stacey, and the rest of the bunch. She will never forget all the memorable moments that ' s she ' s shared with all her friends during the4yrs. at A.H.S. Good luck " 85 " Hey Jude Missy BFD! STACY M. VANCHO Stacy ' s goal in life is to study psychology, work with children, and be happy. She most admires her Mom grandparents for all they ' ve done for her, and also the Freemen Santos families. She will always remember the good times with Kathy, Bonnie, David, Henrik; " Porkchop " ; " snow in Sweden " ; and getting to know the " zoocrew " . Her pet peeves include eating, rainy Mondays, and fake people. Among her favorites are log cabins, beaches, unicorns, and her puppy. " Ut-oh " LEORA ANNE TUCKER Leora ' s ambition is to pursue a career in busi- ness. Her favorites are: summer of ' 84, Horsen- eck. Gold Furs, CELICA ' S, rainbows, VH, autumn, THE FOOTBALL TEAM, CHRIS (sorry!). Billy Squier, LRJCKRJRISG, spe- cially " BB " Moe. She will always remember all the crazy things we did: Stopping for the bus on 4 13 84 ha ha; 5 22 84, the day the good old Celica died; Going for $11 guys (Bertha), and 3 MUSKACHICKENS. Love ya Mom Daddy! " Good God this girl, chicken! " SANDRA M. VEARY " Friends are for sharing good times. " Sandy ' s ambition in life is to be happy and successful in whatever she plans to do. Some of her favorites include Softball, basketball, Stevie I icks, Bruce Springsteen, CRL ' s w A+ B, tacos, beaches, close friends, and the class of ' 85! Her most memorable moments were the summer of ' 84 w BL + MT, coming home from Mike ' s party w KW + RD; and her Mom + Dad for being so understanding, I LUV YA! Hey Deb FMS! (Ba- Ha-Ha). ERIK TURNER Eriks ' ambition in life is to have fun and do well in the career he chooses. He hopes to become a comic artist for Marvel or Epic comics. He has had fun in Apponequet playing medieval war- games and listening to Helix, Twisted Sister and other heavy metal bands. ROBIN M. VIANA " Take love away from life-you take away it ' s pleasure. " Robin ' s ambition in life is to study psychology. She most admires her parents and teachers for the examples they have set. Robin will always remember her friends Lori, M.R., Connie, Cheryl, Jenny, Lisa, Sheila, Missy, I iki, and others. Robin ' s fatorites are the color black, her car, shopping, and talking. Robin ' s pet peeves are people who think they are better than others and snobs. She wishes " good health, love, and happiness " to her fellow classmates. 51 SCOTT B. WAGNER Scott ' s ambition in life is to go to college and become an anesthesiologist. He then wants to travel. His pet peeves are people who act like they ' re tough but they ' re not. Scott ' s favorites are pizza, Lowenbrau, Rush, and an occasional party. Scott can usually be found with Chris, Tom, Jeff, and Todd. " Veah-right " ROBII WELLS " To believe a thing imp g ible is to make it so. " Robin ' s ambition in life is to become wealthy by pursuing a career in business and politics. She can usually be found dancing at the studio with Jule, Kath, Dan, or out having fun with her friends. Among her favorites are ice cream, X- mas, snow, Chinese food long walks. Robin most admires her Mom Dad, Mrs. M, Liz Grandpa B. She ' ll never forget all the times with her friends and wishes the best of luck to everyone. ROBIN WESTCOAT " Are you funny? " In the future Robin hopes to be successful and rich. Some Skittle favos in- clude being with Russell, the Souffle Club, Skip ' s house, Jo pillow, mellon balls. Skittles, whammy, the Bu, Gumby, JFK, and green. Robin will never forget who is good n good, pretty, and better yet . . . Uh, uh . . . uh, the laugh, good personality, thin, and hodeedo are some favo quotes. Sorry Lisa, Sorry Scott, Sorry Bob! Heeyyy! Are we pregone yet? Best wishes to the class of " 85 " . Clean. ' ! That ' s Hwat I like! DONNA L. WESTGATE Donna most admires her parents and grandpar- ents. Among her favorites are partying with her friends, staying out late, her dogs, concerts, Italian food. Kit car, and most of all Kenny. She enjoys being with her friends D.M., B.W., R.W., J.K., G.L., R.P., H.C., Woody and her brother. Her favorite dates are 6 22 83, 12 31 84, 9 29 84. She will always remember her friends at Apponequet and all the trouble they used to get into. Her ambition in life is to work with animals and be with Kenny forever. She wishes the class of " 85 " the best of luck. PAMELA A. WESTGATE " The door of friendship is unlocked by a smile. " Pam ' s ambition is to graduate from college and live in !S ew England. Her favorites are pizza, playing b-ball and running. Pam enjoys spending time with Sandy, Chris, Cheryl, Weasy and " them guys. " Her pet peeves are phonies and snobs. Pam will always remember 7th grade, the 1983 track team, and the bus rides home. Thanks Mom and Dad. BRUCE DEANE MILLER WHITE " They call me Bruce. " Bruce ' s four years at Apponequet have been four of the most memora- ble years of his life. Some of the high points of his four years were: the Drama club trip to l ew York, 8 5 84-8 10 84, ' 84 SIKM 3,3, RKKSC 1, and Rehearsal for Murder. His favorites are: the Academy, weekends, pizza, and horror mov- ies. His pet peeves are stale doughnuts, onions, and " holding the bag " . Bruce would like to thank his friends, teachers, and especially his parents for being there. " Good day, eh! " 52 1 I TODD MICHAEL WHITE Todd ' s ambition in life is to go to col lege and find a real job. He most admires his parents and friends. He will always remember times spent with his friends Paul, Mike, John P-whip, Tom, Ken and Dave and those times with Chrissy. His favorites include Chrissy, concerts and sharing a blanket at parties. He hates people who can ' t drive and people who pay in the Z. What a bargain! " Sorry about the certs " you got dusted. I ' m outta here! CHRISTOPHER F. WILSON Chris ' s ambition in life is to get out of Assonet and go someplace with life. He hopes to go to college or in the service and become a commer- cial airline pilot. Chris ' s pet peeves are skinny whimps who think they ' re bad and people who stereotype others. Some of his favorites are Rush, Styx, pizza, an occasional party, VE- GA " S, Lowies, cruising, C.F., L.L.V., J.S., J.R., R.B., CD., and Copicut. Chris wishes most of the class of " 85 " the best of luck in the future. " It ' s Boston not Bastan " " Awright " JOHN WINTERS The class of 1985 would like to wish John the very best of luck in the future. DA VID ANTHONY WONG Dave hopes to go to college for a musical career. His favorites things are music, college girls, the beach, Christine, and having a good time at whatever he does. He ' ll never forget parties at SMU, Ken, Todd, John, (PhineH), Rob, and lesse. His pet peeves are fruitless situations, and iealous boyfriends. He hopes the class of ' 85 feft what they deserve. Special thanx goes to Carolee Stewart for her support. Thanx Mom Tor being there when I needed you. " Definitely without a clue " CHERYL SUSAN WRIGHT Cheryl ' s goal in life is to be happy and success- ful. She can always be found hanging around with Chrissy, Sandy, Pam and them guys. Her favorites include drum corp, skiing with friends. Case football games and 9th grade. Her most memorable experiences were the summer of ' 84, Cape Cod with Mary and Moe, and skiing for the first time. Cheryl would also like to thank her parents for being there through school. Cheryl wishes the class of ' 85 the best of luck. " Hey Red " RICHARD L. WRIGHT III Rick ' s ambition in life is to pursue a career in electrical engineering and technology. Rick is happiest when he is with his good friends in- cluding Maggie, Beth, Stacy, and the rest of the people at the " park " . His favorites include Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Yes, and best of all Porsche 928. His pet peeves include rainy days, shopping carts, and all those people who think they are better than the rest. 53 The following individuals hare — at one time — been members of the Apponequet class of 1985, but for whatever reason have left us, and are thus not able to become part of the 1985 Polarion. To exclude them from this publicaton would be remiss, so we have decided to list them here, in the hope that they will be remembered as having shared in the spirit of our class. Richard Andrukonis Kimberly Lavoie Renee Bettencourt Carmine Lyonnais Jennifer Brown Joseph Noia Rochelle Bruno Donna Rousselle Donna Burgess Dennis Sasse Ronda Eld ridge Catherine Smith Jenna Hathaway Dexter Woodis CARLA J. ZIMMERMAN Carla ' s ambition in life is to find time for every- thing slie wants to do still have a great career. Favorites are waterskiing, horses, politics, her flute, partying w her friends, gold VWs, and Floyd. Her pet peeve is smelling like an ashtray when she comes out of the girls rms. Caria will never forget Horseneck Beach, exchange ' 84, crazy times w Carmine, Nicki, Space Kate, or getting stuck in the snow when J.S. taught her to do donuts. Thanks guys for being there. Miss ya Carmine! Good luck to 85! senior class officers President John Roughneen Vice President Scott Looney Secretary Jennifer Silvia Treasurer Micliael Perrone 54 rimothy S. Ames football I, 2, 3 Track 2, 3, 4 Winter Track 3, I. Tammy M. Andrews ' hoir I Apponochefs 3. Deborah Lynne Ashley IV Softball 2 French Club 2, 3 Stimulus 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Photography Club 4. Tammy Ashley Band I, 2. 3. 4 Stage Band 3, 4 Choir I, 2, 3, 4 Drama Club 2, 3, 4 " The love in your heart wasn ' t put there to stay. Love isn ' t love until you give it away. " Michael Phillips Baird Photography 2 Honor Society 3, 4, Stimulus 3, 4. " Don ' t marry for money, you can borrow it cheaper. " Louis H. Balestracci Football I, 2, 3. 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basket- ball I. Corinne Beth Bancroft Cheerleading 2, 3, 4 Capt. 4 Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4 Pres. 3, 4 National Honor Society 3, 4 Band I, 2, 3, 4 Marching Band 1 Senior Council 4 I Yearbook Staff 4 Student Athletic Boosters Club 3, 4 " Hold onto a ray of hope, and a promise of ! future .... and follow your dreams. " -S.J.P. Rona Lee Barboza " Take all the time you spend wishing for to- morrow, and spend it making today come true. " Michelle M. Barker Pep Club 2, 3 " The friends we make today are the memories of tomorrow. " Julie Ann Bebo Choir I, 2 Drama 2 Photography 3. " There ' s still time to change the road you ' re on. " Kelly Jean Bartlett Choir I, 2, 3, 4 V-Pres. 4 Pep Club I, 4 Drama Club 3, 4 Photography 4. " Always remember to forget the things that make you sad, but never forget to remember the things that make you glad. " Dennis F. Belanger Band I, 2, 3, 4 Choir 3, 4 Tribesmen 3, 4 Drama Club 3, 4. " A II of the world is indeed a stage and we are merely players, performers, and portrayers. " Thomas J. Bena Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 Student Council I " Sure. " Anne M. Butler Band I. 2, 4 Choir I, 2. 3, 4 Drama 4 " Oh my! " Kim Cabral Softball I, 2, 3, 4 Basketball I, 2. " The impeccable warrior is one who can play the games of the world as well as, if not better than, those who think that ' s all there is. " Susan Marie Camara Honor Society 3, 4 Pep Club 3, 4 Stimulus 3 French Club 3, 4 Focas Club 4 Yearbook Staff 4. " Hold onto a ray of hope, and a promise of future . . . and follow your dreams. " Jodi A. Card in Pep Club 2, 3 Crash O. " I ' ll always have the memory of yesterday to carry me into tomorrow. " Scott A. Catto Photography Club French Club Newspaper Honor Society Souffle Club. Crystal Clos Pep Club I " That ' s wicked awesome man! " Kelly Copley Softball I, 2, 3, 4 Field Hockey 3 Honor Soci- ety 3, 4. Monique J. Corriveau Marching Band I, 2, 3 Choir 1 Basketball 3 Softball I, 2, 3, 4. " Desire nothing but desirelessness. Hope for nothing but to rise above all hopes. Want nothing and you will have everything. " Sandra Anne Dawson Choir I French Club I, 2 Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4 Cheerleading 3, 4 Honor Society 3, 4. Dina Jean DeGrazia Pep Club I Honor Society 3, 4. " Learn from yesterday, lire for today and dream for tomorrow. " Dori Jean DeGrazia Pep Club I Stimulus 3 Student Voices 3, 4 Honor Society 3, 4 FOCAS Club 4 Senior Council 4 " Warm friendship like the garden sun sheds kindly light on everyone. " Paul M. Donato Baseball I, 2, 3, 4. " We ' ll see ya later- cause I ' m outta here! ' Kevin Donovan Student Council, Cross-Country, Basketball, Tennis, Drama, Stimulus Club, Honor Soci- ety, Yearbook Staff " The time is done, the song is over, thought I ' d something more to say. " John Paul Beneski Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Baseball I Swimteam I MADD Night 2, 3, 4 Drama 2, 4 SEMSBA I, 2, 3 District 2, 3 Band I, 2, 3, 4 Stagehand 2, 3, 4 Choir 2, 3, 4. " Great minds discuss ideas, average minds discuss events, small minds talk about other people. " Chris Berard Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Stimulus 3 (Pres.), 4 Tribesmen 4 Choir 4 Photography Club 2 Tennis Team 2, 3, 4. " The thrill is not just in winning, but in the courage to join the race. " Suzanne E. Berche " The smile that you send out returns to you. " Scott Bessette " There are three things certain in life: taxes, death, and dope slaps. " Randy C. Belts Band I, 2, 3, 4 Choir 3, 4 Tribesmen 3, 4 Drama Club 3, 4. " Living like there ' s no tomorrow means lov- ing all you can today. " Rebecca Cunningham Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 (co-Capt.) Basketball I Softball I, 2, 4 " Happiness is being with the people you love. " James C. Bock Baseball I, 2, 3, 4 Football I, 2. Margaret A. Bosse Choir I, 2, 4 Drama Club I, 2. Scott R. Botelho " No Doubt. " Michelle Louise Boucher Drama Club I, 2, 3, 4 (treasurer) Band I, 2, 3, 4 Choir 2, 3, 4 (librarian) Sandpipers 3, 4 Senior Council 4 Student Council I, 2 Honor Society 3, 4 Pep Club I, 2 French Club I, 2, 3. " Keep a smile on your face and a song in your heart. " David D. Brouillette " No doubt " Kimberlee A, Brown " Times change and we change, but not in the way we feel about old friends. " Nancy Brulotte Drama I Band 2 Junior Miss Pageant Lisa Marie Bruneau Honor Society 3, 4 Stimulus 4. " Variety is the very spice of life. " Daniel J. Dutra Stage Band 2, 3, 4 Choir 2, 3, 4 Tribesmen 4, Track 3 Tie Day Club 3, 4. " Alcohol makes you see double and act single. " Sandra Marie Ferreira Choir I, 2, 3, 4. Thomas C.W. Finochio Jr. Band 1, 2, ASL " Quality in friends, not quantity. " Glenn Fitzgibbons Track 3, 4. " There are three things in life that are un- avoidable: death, taxes, and dope slaps. " Keith E. Fletcher " The cornerstones of our society will become the building blocks of tomorrow ' s world. " June Flood " I lire my life the way that I choose " Michelle Fonseca " Go for it! " Anne Marie Frasier Band I, 2, 3, 4 Sec. 4 Pep C lub I, 2 Yearbook 2. Dennis Frazier " The story of life is quicker than the wink of an eye, the story of love is hello and goodbye, until we meet again. " Christine G. Freitas Choir I French Club I, 2, Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4. " The happiest moments in my life hare been in the flow of affection among friends. " Nancy Lee Gallant Softball I, 2 Pep Club I, 2, 3 Yearbook 2. " Forget the pain of yesterday, and take an- other chance. " Glenn R. Gaudette " How do you figure? " Kim Elizabeth Geisler French Club 1, 2, 3, treasurer 4 Pep Club I, 2, 3 Drama I, 2, 3, 4 Sandpipers 3, 4 Choir I, 2, 3, 4. Pamela J. Gibney Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Choir I, 2, 3 (Lib.), 4 (Pres.) Sandpipers 2, 3, 4 Drama Club 1, 2, 3 (Sec), 4 (V-Pres.) Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading 3, 4 (Treas.). " The world is like a fruitcake, it would not be complete without a few nuts. " Stephen B. Gleason Football 1, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4. Kathleen Patricia Guarino Band I, 2. Cathy IS. Gutierrez Honor Society 3, 4 (Sec.) Student Voices Edi- tor 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 French Club I. 2, 3. 4 Drama Club I, 2, 3, 4, Sec. of the Class of ' 85 I. " One can acquire anything in solitude except character. " Edward J. Healy Football (Mgr. )2,3,4 Basketball (Mgr) 2, 3, 4 Baseball I, 2, 3, 4 Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Honor Society 3, 4 Student Voices Sports Editor 3, 4 AHS Video Network 3, 4. " Laugh once a day, because a day without sunshine is like .... night. " Michelle Lee Hilton Choir I, 2 Majorettes 3, 4 Varsity 4. " Wake me up for the weekend. " Pamela Anne Holmes Field Hockey 3 Honor Society 3, 4 Pep Club 4. " Lore is worth to only those who can gire. " Matthew Hotz Band I, 2, 3 Stage Band I, 2, 3 Football Mgr. 3, 4 Drama 3, 4 Student Voices 3, 4. " What we hare here is a failure to communi- cate. " Scott Wayne Howland Football I Drama 3, 4 Stimulus 3, 4 Senior Council 4. Paul E. Hunt " If you lore something set it free, if it doesn ' t come back, track it down and KILL it! " Daniel Joseph Johnson Football I, 2, 3. 4 (Capt.) Track 3, 4 Spring Track 2, 3, 4. " A positire thought . . . produces a positire action. " Joann Kearney Apponochefs Debra M. Kubel Band t Honor Society 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4. Stephen J. LaBelle " I came, I saw, I ' m learing. " Gene R. Labonte Golf 3, 4 (Capt.) French Club 3 Honor Society 3, 4 Stimulus 3 (Treas.) Senior Council 4. June LaMontagne Honor Society 3, 4. " Learn as if you were to lire forever; lire as if you were to die tomorrow. " Kristen M. LeBlanc Band 1 French Club I, 2, 3 (Sec) Honor Soci- ety 3, 4 Senior Council 4. Mary C. Leonard Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 Spring Track 2, 3, 4 Choir I, 2, 3, 4 Sandpipers 3, 4 SEMSBA 3, 4 Student Council 2, 4 Senior Council 4 FOCAS 4 Honor Society 4 Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4 Band I, 2. " Today is the tomorrow I worried about yesterday. " Scott W. Looney French Club I, 2 Pep Club 2, 3 Yearbook Staff 4 (Sports Editor) Senior Council Honor Society 3, 4(V-Pres.) Class Vice President 1. 3, 4 Student Adrisory Council 3, 4 Drama Club 3, 4 Cross-Country I, 2, 3, 4 (Capt.) Winter Track 3 Basketball I Spring Track I, 2, 3 Tennis 4. " Don ' t you think it ' s time, time to forgire, leare the past behind, lire and let lire. Linda Ann Loranger Pep Club 1, 2. " Nothing brings more contentment than see- ing lore in a smile and knowing that smile is for you. " Brian M. Lynch " Brian would like to wish all his friends and the class of ' 85 luck in the future. " Christopher D. Macomber Football I, 2, 3, 4 Track I, 2, 3, 4 Winter Track 4 Basketball I. Mark D. Magnett Cross Country 1, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3. Darid Mahoney " Yes there are two roads you can go by, but in the long run, there ' s still time to change the road you ' re on. " Sandra Anne Marshall " Yesterday ' s dream is tomorrow ' s future " Cheryl A. Mayo Band I, 2 Pep Club 2 Choir 2. John Edward McGinn Football I, 2, 3, 4 Track 3, 4. Jill Ann McGinnis " The best things in life are free. " Melissa J. Medas " Damn we ' re good! " Judith A. Mello Honor Society 3, 4 French Club 2, 3, 4 Spring Track I. 2, 3, 4 (Capt.) Cross-Country 2, 3, 4 (Capt. 3, 4). Doreen Kerry Mendes " Forget yesterday, lire for today, plan for to- morrow, and capture your memories for the years to come. " Michelle Messier Girls Room Gang I, 2, 3, 4. " There ' s the known, and unknown, and what seperates them two is the door, and I want to be that door. " J.M. Karen Mooney " Put yourself in our hands so our voices can be heard, and together we will take on all the world. " Michael J. Perrone Football I Basketball 4 Honor Society 3, 4 Student Council Treasurer of Senior Class Senior Council. " The secret of life is enjoying the passing of time. " -J.T. Deborah L. Pettey French Club I, 2, 3, 4. Stacey Anne Pinto Softball I, 2, 3, 4 Field Hockey I, 2, 3, 4 (Capt.) Honor Society 3, 4 Yearbook 4 (Sports Editor) Senior Council Student Ath- letic Boosters Club Pres. 4. Kevin M. Plant FOCAS Club 4 Yearbook Staff 4. " Is it the weekend yet? " Beverly Ann Prince " Forget it. " Robert L. Pullano Tennis Team 3, 4 Student Council 3, (V-Pres. 4) French Club 2 Honor Society 3, 4 Stimulus 3 Senior Council 4 Yearbook Staff 4. " The best-laid schemes of mice and men, go oft awry. " Laura L. Putnam Choir 3 Photography Club 4. Michelle Marie Radey Drama Club I, 2 (Sec), 3 4 (Pres) Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treas) Pep Club I, 2, 4 (Treas) Track 2 Project Excel 2, 3 Mass. High School Drama Festival 1, 2. " Don ' t go to where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail. " Lisa Ann Rapoza Pep Club 2, 3 Crash 4. Treas. of AHS Student Athletic Boosters Club Drama Production 4 Student Govt. Del- egate. Honor Society 3, 4. " I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday, and I love today. " Carlton W. Smith " For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son that whosoever believeth in him should not perish but have everlasting life. " -John 3:16 Kristen Ann Souza Track 3, 4 Choir I, 2, 3, 4 Swim Team 3, 4 Softball I, 2, Field Hockey 3, 4. James Sparrow Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Capt) Football 3 Treas. of class I, 2, 3, Honor Society 3, 4 Band I, 2, 3, 4 Stage Band I, 2, 3, 4. " Reason and passion are the rudders and sails of the souL " Monique D. St.Onge " Why is it that all the fun things are either illegal, immoral, or impossible? " Russell Paul Stonehouse Band I, 2, 3, 4 Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4 Souffle club 3, 4. " Have a nice day. " Lisa Talbot Honor Society 3, 4 French Club 2, 3, 4 (Pres) Yearbook 4 (Literary Editor Newspaper 3. 4 Literary Magazine 4 Senior Council 4 Track I. 2 Cross-Country 2, 3 SoufPe Club I, 2, 3, 4. " I never knew what I could not do. So I was willing to try anything. " Anne E. Tavares Yearbook Staff 4 Senior Council 4 Sandpip- ers 3, 4 Pep Club 2, 3 Softball 1 2, 3 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Drama Club 3, 4 French Club I, 2, 4 Spanish Club 4 Newspaper 3, 4. " If you ' re smiling, you don ' t know what ' s go- ing on. " Connie M. Tavares Yearbook Staff 4 Senior Council Pep Club 3 Choir I, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 4. " All that we see or seem is but a dream within , a dream. " Kathy Tees " Smile, it makes people wonder what you have been up to. " Jennifer Terry " A smile can never be kept, it can only be given away! " " Hey Chuck-yard-sales and waterballoons. " Kenneth Paul Tetreault Baseball 2,3,4 Golf 4 Basketball I Band 1. 2, 3, 4 All State Band 2. " A smile unlocks the door to happiness, while laughter fills the room with love. " Matthew John Rita Basketball I, 2, 3 Class President I, 2 Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4 Honor Society 3, Pres. 4 Newspaper Staff 3, 4 Pep Club 3 Spring Track 2, 3, Stimulus 3, Pres. 4 Student Advisory Council 4 Yearbook Staff 3, Editor 4 Drama Club 3, 4. " There is only one answer to defeat, and that is victory. " Kerran Robbins Softball I, 2, 3 Field Hockey 3 French Club I Choir 4 Honor Society 3, 4 Sandpipers 4 Yearbook Staff 4 (Head Typist) Drama Club 3, 4 MADD Night 4. " Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men. " CoL 3:23. Cheryl Roberts Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 3, 4. Matthew D. Roberts Drama Club I Swim Team 3, 4 Photography Club 4 (V-Pres). " There are three things in life that are inev- itable: death, taxes, and dope slaps. Jill M. Rochefort Pep Club 3, 4 Crash 1. Rachel Rodriques " Are you serious? " Lisa M. Rogers Softball 2 Field Hockey 2, 3. " The best thing you can do is to get very good at being you. " " Go right Pam? " " Tag you ' re it! " John Roughneen Class President 3, 4 Honor Society 4 Student Government, Student Council 3, 4 Senior Council 4 Cross Country 2, 3, 4 Track I, 2, 3, 4 Indoor Track 3, 4 French Club I, 2, 3 Pep Club 2, 3. Kathy Santos Honor Society 3, 4. Jenny Silvia FOCAS Club 2, 3, 4 (Pres) Band I, 2, 3, 4 French Club 1, 2, Pep Club I, 2, 3 (V-Pres 4 (V-Pres) Class Secretary 2, 3, 4 Senior Coun- cil 4 Cheerleading 2, 3, 4 (Asst. Capt. 4) Ten- nis Team 2, 3, 4 Honor Society 3, 4. Judith L. Silvia Field Hockey I, 2, 3, 4 (Capt) Basketball 1, 2 Softball I, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4 (V-Pres) Vice President of class 2 FOCAS Club 2, 3, 4 (V-Pres) Senior Council 4 Band I, 2, 3, 4 57 Cheryl Ann Thompson Honor Society 3, 4 Yearbook 4 French Club I Photography Club 2. " Today ' s the best time to make a good tomorrow. " Ian Toal Swimming Team I, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Capt.) Com- puter Club I, 2, 3, 4. Leora Anne Tucker Field Hockey I, 2 Pep Club 2, 3, 4 Choir . 2. " The future is unknown, but we lire to see it. " The memories of the past will stay with us forever. " Stacy M. Vancho Honor Society 3, 4. Sandra Marie Veary Softball I, 2, 3, 4 Basketball I, 2, 3, 4. " Friends are for sharing good times. " Robin Marie Viana " Take lore out of life and you take away its pleasures. " Scott B. Wagner Basketball I, 2, 3, 4. Robin Westcoat French Club 3, 4 Track 2, 4 Newspaper 4 SoufHe Club I, 2, 3, 4. " Remember yesterday, dream for tomorrow but lire for today. " Pamela A. Westgate Honor Society 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 2, 3, 4. " The door of friendship is unlocked by a smile. " Todd Michael White Baseball 2, 3, 4 Football 2. Christopher F. Wilson Nothing I, 2, 3, 4. David Anthony Wong Football I, 2 Track 2, 3 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Tribesmen 3 Drama Club 2, 3, 4SEMSBA I, 2, 3, 4 District 3, 4. " Music is love in search of words. " Cheryls. Wright French Club I, 2 Pep Club I, 2, 3 Choir I. Caria Zimmerman Band I, 2, 3 (Treas) 4 (Pres) French Club I, 2, 3 Project Excel 2, 3 Student Advisory Council 4 Honor Society 3, 4 SEMSBA 3, 4 District I, 2, 4. Bruce Deane Miller White Drama I, 3, 4 Swimming 4 " Truth, life, or reality is an organic thing which the poetic imagination can represent or suggest. " superlatives best dressed Scott Catto Debbie Kubel Caroline Paulino Stephen Furtado Scott Botelho Nancy Gallant Joan Casey Bob Robidoux Russell Stonehouse Robin Westcoat Jim Grasela Harriet Parker 59 superlatives Lisa Talbot Steve La Belle Barbara Frank Rose (Understudies) Michelle Radey Chris Berard most dramatic Gerald Lagadec Donna Dobrowsky Brian LaCroix Debbie Pettey most loquacious Joyce Geisler Joe Kobak 61 superlatives 62 John Roughneen Corinne Bancroft best all around Cbris Macomber Lisa Torres Randy Berthelette class flirts most artistic Bill Cass Anne Tavares 63 superlatives most likely to succeed most musical ,1 Jim Sparrow Carla Zimmerman Ed Healy Jenny Silvia most school spirit most studious Gene LaBonte Dori DeGrazia 64 faculty " Give me a break. ' " Mirror, mirror, on the wall . . . . ' " A one, and a two ... " ' You didn ' t do your homework?! " The mystery of teachers pretty much disappears by high school. Most of the kids have found out that we have similar lives, contend with our mothers, swear, go to the bathroom, and on occasion even have a drink. This is quite a revelation for students, as they see teachers in a certain setting, a certain time space, in certain garb. Discovering that an educa- tor is a real person who exists outside of school is quite a blow to normality. By the same token, it ' s hard for us to recognize students as individuals and not " one of the seventh period punks. " And, what ' s even more unbe- lievable is that they ' re all interesting people. Why, in one class we might have one in the army, a sixteen year old mother, someone inheriting daddy ' s prosperous business, another leaving to vagabond Europe. These students are making decisions as important as any we ' ve made, and this is hard to conceptualize. However, they still need educating; we ' re not talking about forgotten dates, dry statistics or formulas. We strive to educate the person, not the computer. If a student comes out of our class more accepting, less prejudiced, and with a broader view of the world around him, then we ' ve done our job. Now, go do your homework. ■a ' Dr. Michael Per rone Superintendent Secretarial Staff Mrs. Macomber, Ms. Forand, Ms. Gomes, Ms. Parquette, M: Gregory, Ms. Gadbois, Ms. MacRae Mr. Dean Powers Assistant Principal Mr. Edward Christopher Guidance Mrs. Lillian Brulotte Guidance Secretary apponequet administra tion Mr. Joseph Simas Principal Mr. Peter Abraham Director of Guidance Mr. Robert McCarthy Assistant Principal Mrs. Sandra Knudsen Guidance Mrs. Jane Wrightington Administrative Secretary Mrs. Constance Barth Math Department B.S. Bridgewater State College Mrs. Denise Mask ins Math Department B.A. Bridgewater State College Mrs. Elizabeth McSniggin Math Department B.A. Bridge»ater State College Mr. Joel Fernandez Math Depa rtment B.S. 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Bridgewater State College M.A. University of Rhode Island Mr. Mark Gorman History Department B.A. Colby College Mr. Eric Jorgensen History Department B.S. North Adams State College Mr. Stephen Furtado History Department B.A. Bridgewater State College M.A.T. Bridgewater State College Mr. Robert Greeson History Department B.A. Arkansas Tech. University Mr. Gordon Goodfellow History Department B.S. Bridgewater State College M.A. Bridgewater State College Mr. Peter Homen History Department A. B. Bridgewater State College M.A. Unitersity of Rhode Island Mr. Philip Paulson History Department B. A. Protidence College M.A. Providence College lb Mr. Mitch Kuliga Physical Education Department B.S. Southern Connecticut State College M.S. Bridgewater State College Mrs. Cynthia Tinsley Physical Education Department B.S. Bridgewater State College Mrs. Joyce Geisler Foreign Language Department B.A. Bates College Mr. Peter Looney Physical Education Department B.S. Murray State University Mrs. Donna Dobrowsky Foreign Language Department B.A. Emmanuel College M.A.T. Boston College Mr. Dan Rose Physical Education Department B.S. Boston State College Mr. Jose Freitas Foreign Language Department B.A. Southeastern Massachusetts University Mrs. Mary Ann Ozug Foreign Language Department B.A. Salve Regina College Ms. Diane Desrosiers Special IS ' eeds Department B.S. Bridgewater State College M.S. Rhode Island College Mrs. Joanne Strum Special l eeds Department B.S. State University College, Buffalo M.S. State University College, Buffalo Mr. Edmund Dobrowsky Art Department B.F.A. Southeasten Massachsetts University Mrs. Jeanette Medeiros Special IWeeds Department B.A. Salve Regina College Mrs. Patricia Zuber Special Needs Department B.S. Fitchburg State College Mrs. Kathryn Moreira Special Needs Department B.S. Bridgewater State College Mrs. Marie White Special Needs Department B.S. Bridgewater State College Mrs. Harriet Parker Librarian B.S. Bridgewater State College II Mr. Leo Charbonneau Vocational Department Fitchburg State College Mr. Ronald Hennings Vocational Department B.S. Bridgewater State College Mr. David Peterson Vocational Department B.S.E.D. Fitchburg State College M.E.D. Salem State College Mr. Daniel Ducharme Vocational Department Fitchburg State College Mr. Luke Leonard Vocational Department Vocational Certification Received Mr. David Haskins Vocational Department Fitchburg State College Mr. Steven Long tin Vocational Department B.S. Bemidji State University Mr. Ronald Coite Science Department B.S. Southeastern Massachusetts University M.A.T. Bridgewater State College Mr. Onil Couture Science Department B.S. Southeastern Massachusetts University M.Ed. University of Delaware Mr. Robert Robidoux Science Department B.A. Bridgewater State College Mr. Richard ISoll Music Department B.S. Ithaca College M.S. S.U.M.y. at Albany Mr. Henry Laferriere Science Department B.S. University of Massachusetts, Amherst Mrs. Claire Ward Science Department B.A. Brown University M.A.T. Rhode Island College Mrs. Mary Ann Rapoza Science Department B.S. Southeastern Massachusetts University Mr. Edward Worcester Science Department B.S. Fitchburg State College Ms. Carolee Stewart Music Department B.A. Westfield State College M.A. New England Conservatory of Music i vi i Mrs. Debra Cucinotta English Department B.A. University of Massachusetts, Boston M.A. Bridgewater State College C7 i Mr. Gerald Lagadec English Department B.A. Boston College M.A.T. Boston College Mrs. Barbara Rose English Department B.A. Colby College Mr. Lloyd Dudly English Department B.S. Fitchburg State College M.S. Fitchburg State College Mrs. Caroline Paulino English Department B.S. Emerson College M.A. New York University Ms. Pamela Durkin English Department B.A. University of Rhode Island Mrs. Carol Powers English Department B.S. Bridgewater State College Mr. Frank Rose English Department A.B. Boston University M.A. University of Connecticut It ' s such a long hall. It ' s such a big school. How do they all know where to go? How will I survive? Well, actually, it ' s not like I can ' t see the end. It ' s more of a tiresome walk than anything else. At least we all know where we ' re heading; we ' re heading towards that door at the end of this hall. I have my eyes fixed on it and so does everyone else. It seems so close, but there are people in my way and I just can V reach it. Here I am. I ' ve come to the end. Where do I go from here? Which way do I turn? There are so many corridors calling me. They all look so long and unfamiliar. If only this one hadn ' t been so short . . . row I. B. Ber nier. A. Ashley, D. Aukstikalnis, L. Bernardo, L. Biasiucci row 2. D. Berche, K. Avila, L. Abreau, N. Barriteau, D. Banville row 3. S. Audette, J. Barrow, C. Bastille, T. Amarantes, E. Benfeito row 4. G. Beer, L. Bevilacqua, S. Brum row 5. J. Ahes, J. Amaral, M. Anderson, M. Antunes, R. Berthelette, G. Batchelder row 1. D. Bowman, c. Cornell, A. Camara, D. Clermont row 2. M. Camara, M. Bowers, B. Chace, R. Bryan, M. Bouchard row 3. M. Bruneau, C. Brown, C. Corniff row 4. A. Cornell, S. Cornell, D. Constantine, S. Conway row 5. J. Conway row 6. J. Camara, P. Chasse, A ' . Botelho. K. Brown 2S On 80 25 row 1. M. Bartlett, C. Barlow, N. Berche, K. Baird, C. Barboza, P. Bailey row 2. R. Andrews, D. August, C. Bent, R. Andrews, D. Bartlett, J. Beaulieu row 3. M. Bernardo, A. Bedard, E. Ashley, R. Bettencourt, J. Babineau row 4. T. Jones, P. Ashley, R. ISadeau, K. Brum, J. Chasse, R. Bissonette row 1. J. Bolleson, J. Bolduc, H. Carreiro, T. Butler row 2. A. Banana, M. Boucher, K. Carey, V. Camara row 3. R. Boucher, P. Busse, D. Bochman row 4. E. Charron, S. Carr row 1. S. Costa, D. Costa, D. Christen, L. Demoranville, M. Crane, T. DeAr- ruda row 2. L. Brown, M. Coggeshall, G. DePippo, T. Dawson, D. Daley row 3. S. Cunha, J. Cox, M. Couture, D. Clerc, G. Demoranville row 4. A. Cunning- ham, M. Davis, M. Depin, D. DeMello, J. Demoura row 1. J. Frazier, P. Frates, N. Durand, M. Freiday, S. Erickson, K. Drewniak row 2. C. DeMendonca, D. Foil is, K. Faria, J. Erickson, W. Dube, S. Ferris row 3. P. Engstrom, J. Freiday, D. Duarte, S. Flanagan, R. Patrick, J. Dessert row 4. B. Ferreira, P. Donato, M. Forth, D. Diaz ( 1 row 1. S. Grocott, M. Hansen, A. Hart, C. Gauthier, G. Galego, L. Gilbert row 2. S. Gould, L. Gramlich, P. Hall, P. Gauthier, L. Hayes row 3. K. Gaudette, J. Garafalo, A. Garbitt, J. Hutch ins row 4. B. Hayes, G. Galhardo, J. Goodfellow, E. Ingram row 5. J. Holmes, D. Gajewski, A. Grondin, J. Hancock row 1. K. Mellen, D. Medeiros, S. Meninno, K. Melanson row 2. K. Norton, V. 0,Connell, J. Medeiros, J. Mello row 3. M. McBride, P. Olsthorn, J. McGuire, R. Murphy, J. Nuttall, S. Martin row 4. G. Milosek, J. Miller, R. Nadeau, G. Moniz, B. Dawson row 5. D. Mills B. Ferreira, A. Fernandes, J. Mastera, J. Morris 00 )2S is 83 Row 1: P. Arbec, C. Richards, M. Ashley, L. Ashley, S. Blackburn, J. Barrows. Row 2: J. Almond, J. Beaudoin, D. Beard, K. Belken. Row 3: M. Kitchen, J. Dube, P. Bena, M. Bernado, P. Bock. Row 4: P. Baker, M. Arruda, D. Bigelow, F. Alivilhiera. Row 5: S. Bernard, J. Barboza, M. Almeida. 0© OS 85 On o Row 1: S. Martin, K. Morais, B. Maxim, L. Moyniham. Row 2: T. Arbec, B. Marquis, M. Kitclien, M. Morais. Row 3: S. Mondello, J. Mitciiem, G. Newcomb, T. Medeiros. Row 4: P. Mello, M. Nelson. ■I Row 1: T. Oullette, W. Porto, K. O ' Shea, R. Pimenta, S. Pittsley. Rowl.S. Paradise, M. Perreira, T. Pinto, T. IKorcross. Row 3: D. Plissey, K. Norton, W. Place. Row 4: N. Orrall, S. Phillips, E. Nilson, M. Perry. 86 Row 1: M. Santangelo, D. Siheira, M. Rocha, C. Rousseau, P. Secatore. Row 2: Reed, K. Riley, B. Shurtleff, K. Seifert, J. Senna, P. Dawson. Row 3: M. Surrey, J. Shipalowski, W. Russell, S. Taylor, R. Rebello, C. Cusson, M. Meadows. Row 4: S. Rego, D. Pu llano, A. Scott, A. Sampson, R. Rousseau. . «MMiU|tti||HM|||| Row 1: J. Fernandes, D. Garcia, D. Gammons, L. Fouquette. Row 2: S. Freiday, M. Duffany, W. Ferris, L. Foskey, K. Fitzgibbons. Row 3: K. Goodfellow, A. Fonteneau, L. Gravel, D. Thomas. Row 4: C. DeFazio, H. Goodfellow, B. Ford, D. Gagne. Row 5; K. Gleason, F. Garcia, R. Gauthier, M. Gammons Row 1: S. Jefferson, R. Durocher, V. Goodwin, V . Hadley, C. Gray, M. Hayes. Row 2: D. Hutchinson, M. Houlihan, L. Hall, M. Looney, L. Heneault. Row 3: P. Gordon, B. Kan use, M. Horton, J. Hirshlag. Row 4: R. Jewel, D. Jorgensen, C. Green, S. Janczura. Row 1: S. Manny, P. Lopes, S. Leornard, P. Marchand, S. Lubin, L. Larsen, L. Langton. Row 2: N. Landers, R. Kidd, J. Lucas, S. Seifert, K. Mello, C. Mennino. Row 3: S. Lang, J. Madeira, C. Lavoie, G. Luiz, D. Messier Row 4: R. Kitchen, K. Lopes, M. Majuri, R. Lambert. 87 On Row 1: C. Tavares, K. St. Onge, E. Still, D. Tonpin, K. Upham, A. Tremblay, R. Surrusco, A. Swanson. Row 2: K. Strauch, M. Torres, R. Soucy, P. Sylvia, M. Szczepkowski. Row 3: T. Sleidenger, P. Titcomb, S. O ' Brien, T. Kristofferson, R. Turner. Row 4: L. Tuplin, M. Toal, R. Sturtevant. Row I: M. Youngblood, E. Verpelette, D. Wood, S. Viera, S. Vickery, L. Walms- ley, J. Violante. Row 2: K. Westgate, D. Rinkus, M. Wordell. Row 3: M. Wei- sener, S. Walmsley, T. Whitman. Row 4: M. Winters, K. Worth ington, T. Westgate, R. Whalley. cross country I DATE 9 9 9 11 9 IJ 9 13 9 13 9 17 9 20 9 24 10 1 10 4 10 9 10 1 1 10 11 10 15 lO IH 10 22 10 24 KFRS 16 49 21 5 5 5 Ifi 20 15 15 16 15 19 15 20 39 15 20 41 50 4H 50 45 41 49 50 47 49 42 4H 42 17 50 41 RECORD: H VS OPPONENT DARTMOITH WAR EH AM A on Somerset West port NORFOLK Holbrook Bristol Aggie BLl E HILLS Sacred Heart Tri-County Bristol- Ply m. SOI THEASTERN WEST BRIDCWTR. Nevt Bedford NORTON Dighton-Reh. 16, LOSES 1. I9H5 VNDEFEATED MAYFLOWER LEACVE CHAMPIONS FRONT ROW (L to R) - M. Loranger. A. Franley, S. Wheelock. A. Frawley. C. Rose, D. Simmons. M. Norton. E. Warner. BACK ROW (L to R) • K. W orthington, S. W hite, S. Looney, M. Clerc, M. Rita, M. W ' eisner, J. Franco, M. Magnett, T. Zimmerman, J. Roughneen. T. (iurrel, P. Sampson. field hockey I 19H4 MAYFLOWER LEMiVE CHAMPIOSS Ro» I (L to R): C. Barboiu, C. Tatarcs, K. Therrien, S. Pinto, J. Sihia, K. Souia, L. Langton. M. Looney, Coach Looney. Ro» 2(L to Rl: D. (iarcia-Manager, I). Oammons, C. Fitzgibbons, J. Fernandes, M. Leonard, C. Westgate, S. Berche, L. Torres, T. Clifford, B. Cunningham. DATE LXKKRS 9 11 I .? 9 13 I I 9 IS 0 I 9 20 .? 9 22 0 5 9 25 .? 9 27 I 0 10 2 4 0 10 4 2 0 10 9 .? 0 10 11 0 1 10 15 I I 10 17 2 2 10 2J .? 2 10 25 I 0 10 27 0 0 10 29 .? lO M 0 2 ST Tt: TOl 11 1 0 .? RECORD: U VS 9. OPPONENT Sacred Heart SEW BEDFORD Holbrook NORTON DARTMOITH WEST BRIDCEW ATER Sacred Heart WESTPORT Holbrook Norton West Bridgcvtater SACRED HEART EAIRHAVEN HOLBROOK Norton MARTHAS MNEYARD WEST BRIDGEW ATER DARTMOITH RNAMENT MILTON LOSES 6, TIES 4. 92 football D A TK 9 15 9 22 9 29 10 6 10 1 J 10 20 10 27 11 3 11 10 11 22 Rl LAKERS OPPONENT 21 6 WEST BRIDGFMATER 7 6 SOI THEASTERN A? 20 OLD COLONY 7 0 Norton J 27 NANTl ' ChET 6 37 Blue Hills 17 14 Mar. Vineyard 14 6 TRI-COINTY 0 24 Bristol-Ply m. 41 22 Old Rochester CORD: W INS 7. LOSES 3 I9H. ' APPOlSKQVF.r LAKERS FOOTBALL SQUAD Ron I (1. to RiS. Bernard. C. Macomhcr, T. Letesque, L. Balestracci, D. Johnson, J. Beneski, J. McGinn, W. Moquin, B. Dodge Ron 2(L to R)S. Bonnenu, (, ' . I.uu, M. Norton, J. Yarro, M. Morals, C. Latoie, J. Duhe, R. Kitchen, B. Dunham Ron .? L to R) C. Oliter, J. Thilbeault. P. Busse. D. Lngslrom, M. Toupin, J. Miller, J. Coodfellon, M. Bernardo Ron 4(1. to R) P. Titcomh, S. Walmsley. K. Lauion, E. Pellet. J. Shan. P. Bena, B. Marquis, E. Heah Ron 5 iL to Rl Coach D. Dias, Coach D. Berry 94 95 96 9 11 9 12 9 13 9 17 9 19 9 20 9 24 9 27 10 3 10 4 10 4 10 9 1 0 1 1 10 15 10 16 basketball DATE LAKERS OPPONENT 12 11 50 46 MIDDLEBOROVGH 12 14 45 59 Dighton-Reh. 12 18 53 30 OLD COLONY 12 20 37 39 BLUE HILLS 12 28 54 SO Middleborough 12 29 50 42 Bristol-Plym. 1 8 39 25 West Bridge 1 11 63 31 Southeastern 1 16 48 46 Bristol-Plym. 1 18 41 45 NORTON 1 22 55 68 HOLBOOK 1 25 67 46 Old Colony 1 29 53 47 Diman Voke 2 1 57 55 Blue Hills 2 S 50 63 BRISTOL-PLYM. 2 8 56 42 SOUTHEASTERN 2 12 61 56 Norton 2 15 51 56 Holbrook RECORD: WINS 12, LOSSES 6 1984-85 APPONEQUET LAKERS BASKETBALL TEAM (L to F) - Coach M. Kuliga, M. Clerc, M. Perrone, K. Gleason, T. Bena, J. Sparrow, S. Wagner, S. Gleason, S. Mondello, S. Paradis, C. Lavoie, Coach R. Greason. girls basketball DATE LAKERS 1984-85 APPONEQUET LAKERS BASKETBALL TEAM (L to R) - L. Larson, T. Clifford, E. Still, K. Brady, S. Veary, S.Berche, P. Westgate, C. Westgate, R. Andrews, K. Fitzgibbons. OPPONENT 33 39 HOLBROOK 56 22 Tri-County 42 47 Norton 32 53 OLD ROCHESTER 47 77 WESTPORT 49 50 BLUE HILLS 66 22 Southeastern 46 58 BRISTOL-PLYM. 43 46 Sacred Heart 45 25 OLD COLONY 52 46 West Bridge. 39 33 HOLY FAMILY 51 45 A VON 44 40 Holbrook 45 24 TRI-COUNTY 45 42 NORTON 45 51 Blue Hills 59 37 SOUTHEASTERN ' RECORD: WINS 10, LOSSES 8. 7 100 winter track I DATE 12 12 12 12 12 17 1 14 1 24 2 4 1985 APPONEQVET LAKERS WINTER TRACK TEAM Row I: M. Loranger, T. Gurrel, K. Worthington, M. Weisner, M. Norton, J. Thilbeault. Row 2: S. White, J. Dutra, T. Dawson, K. Gaudette, M. Frieday, M. Roughneen, S. Janzura. OPPONENT FALMOUTH WAREHAM BISHOP STANG N.B. YOKE FAIR HA YEN DIJRFEE 102 swimming DATE LAKERS OPPONENT 73 96 NEW BEDFORD 120 30 TAUNTON 103 67 MlDDLEBOROUGi 17 59 SEEKONK 89 81 DUXBURY 81 88 DURFEE 102 58 TAUNTON 75 96 ATTLEBORO 97 75 SANDWICH RECORD: WINS 5, LOSSES 4. I 1984-85 APPONEQUET LAKERS SWIM TEAM Row 1: (L to R) - J. Holmes, L. Bernardo, C. Gauthier, I. Toal. Row 2: (L to R) - B. Souza, M. Bernardo, D. Beard, J. Snow. Row 3: (L to R) - D. White, B. SuHivan, D. Hutt. Row 4: (L to R) - B. White, D. Toal, M. Roberts, B. Frieday, M. Bernardo. 104 I brganiza dons When I grow up . . . I want my mommy. Hey You? Freeze! Abra-cadabra Row 1: D. Constantine, E. Donovan, K. Robbins, K. Pina, S. Blackburn, T. Hudson Row 2: M. Arruda, J. Seymore, P. Gibney, M. Boucher, S. Lu- boin, A. Garbit. Row 3: R. Betts, D. Plissey, A. Butler, L. Ashley, J. Garafalo, L. Hall Row 4: B. Ford, D. Seablom, D. Belanger, S. Cunha, D. Aires, T. Ashley, K. Geisler Row I: J. Hamilton, L. Stock well, D. Stonehouse. T. VanLaarhoven, A. Tavares, E. Brown Row 2: A. Ashley, M. Blais, S. Ferreira, K. Souza, L. Gramlich, T. Whitman Row 3: K. Norton, S. Jorge, M. Domagala, M. Youngblood, S. Freiday, S. Dulong, C. Berard Row 4: P. Lopes, C. Cor- nell, M. Bosse, C. O ' Brien, L. Hanelt, D. Dutra, J. Beneski choir Row I. D. Gagne, S. Dulong, C. Gutierrez, K. Goodfellow, L. Ashley, P. Gibney, M. Radey, K. Robbins, K. Geisler, A. Tarares, L. Foskey, J. Hirshlag Row 2. B. White, T. Sherman, A. Garbett, L. Mendonca, H. Goodfellow, A. Ashley, A. Smith, T. Ashley, S. Blackburn, R. Diaz, J. Boleson, P. Smith, S. Lubin, S. Martin, K. Smith, Row 3. K. Donovan, M. Hotz, E. Healy, R. Fabrick, E. Ashley, R. Gauthier, R. Rousseau, R. Belts, D. Plissey Row 4: C. Berard, S. Howland, D. Belanger, T. Whitman Row 1: M. Vardis, L. Langton, J. Silria, L. Foskey, L. Larson Row 2: D. Ashley, S. Camara, K. Noll, J. Silvia, M. Leonard Row 3: M. Jhareri, M. Chausse, A. Jones, K. Plant ■5 I Row I. W. Gomes, C. Gutierrez, J. Mello, R. Westcoat, L. Talbot, K. Geisler, A. Tatares, S. Camara, M. Jharieri, M. Vardis. Row 2. R. Diaz, M. Lapointe, M. Toupin, E. Ingrain, S. Catto, R. Ford, S. Carr, W. Jenliinson, S. Flanagan, S. Erickson. V I w mi- I 112 OS s Row I. A. Fonleneau, Asst. Captain E. Stockwell, Captain, S. Dulong, Asst. Captain Row 2. G. Depippo, Feature Twirler, M. Smith, M. Coggeshall, S. Souza, J. Staples, K. Kanuse, S. Hilton, K. Norton, K. Therrien, S. Sunderland, P. Gauthier. The Apponequet French Club is an organization through which students can learn both the language and the customs of French-speaking countries throughout the world. The group sponsors scholarships and hosts French-style parties and events all of which are in the fashion of French culture. The purpose of the Apponequet French Club is to show the students a mode of life different from our own, and to allow them to experience various aspects of a foreign culture. Row IG. Luiz, R. Pullano, G. LaBonte Row 2 S. Blackburn, H. Good fellow, K. Morals, S. Camara, L. Bruneau, J. Mello, L. Talbot K. Noll, C. Gutierrez, P. Westgate, S. Lawson, K. Robbins, J. Sihia, C. Bancroft, W. Porto Row 3. C. DeFazio, S. Lubin, S. Martin, K. Norton, S. Dulong, D. DeGrazia, D. DeGrazia, K. Matt, J. LaMontagne, K. LeBlanc, D. Kubel, C. Zimmerman, S. Pinto, M. Leonard, P. Holmes, K. Copley, J. Hershlag, L. Foskey, K. Santos, S. Vancho, P. Lopes, K. OShea. Row 4. M. Clerc, N. Crell, G. Newcomb, K. Belken, S. Catto W. Cass, K. Donovan, S. Looney, J. Sparrow, J. Roughneen, M. Perrone, M. Baird, E. Healy The National Honor Society is an organization which promotes scho- lastic as well as community involvement. The Apponequet Chapter of the National Honor Society holds annual drives for Oxfam, tutors underclassmen and gives scholarships to deserving students. The Hon- or Society demands high academic performance but also places much emphasis on involvement in outside activities and in extra-curricular ventures. The Honor Society urges all of its members to become in- volved in their community and to achieve academic excellence. Student Voices is more than just a high school newspaper; it is an organization working for the free and creative expres- sion of all Apponequet. S. V. features arti- cles, poems, editorials and drawings. It is an outlet for both frustrations and joys of the students and staff of A.H.S. Nineteen eighty -five marks the advent of our first literary magazine as well, designed espe- cially for essays poetry and art. In short, S. V. serves as a reminder of all the feel- ings and happenings of Apponequet society. S, V, 115 1 Row I: J. Bolduc, M. Radey, J. Silvia, C. Bancroft, J. Silvia, P. Secatore, D. Mederios, S. Freiday Row 2: D. Cleremont, R. Dias, C. Gautliier, C. Roberts, L. Roberts, M. Boucher, J. Piaseclii, L. Gramlich, D. Stonehouse Row 3: R. Rubini, R. Shanlis, K. Norton, V. Camara, K. Perault, S. Camara, S. Dawson, C. Freitas Row 4: L. Walmsley, P. Gibney, K. Bartlett, P. Holmes, J. Rochefort, D. Gagne, T. VanLaahoven, S. Maclntyre. L. to R. L. Putman, M. Hotz, K. Bartlett, S. Flannagan, A. Tavares, Mrs. Haskins. 116 lakers are 1 Row 1: C. O ' Brien, M. Leonard, P. Gibney, M. Boucher, D. Ahes, K. Geisler Row 2: A. Tavares, P. Lopes, S. Lubin, L. Ashley, K. Pina Row 3: T. Whitman, D. Belanger, D. Dutra, C. Berard, D. Plissey, R. Betts, M. Arruda Row l:S. Howland, K. Bartlett, C. Bancroft, A. Tatares, C. Tavares, B. Pullano, A . Rita Ron 2: k. Noll. G. LaBonte, A . Boucher, S. Pinto, D. Degrazia, E. Healy Row 3: B. Cass, L. Talbot, S. Looney, K. Donoran I STAGE BAND Row 1: S. Dulong, C. Galant, J. Sparrow, J. Beneski, D. Seablom Row 2: S. Janczura, C. Sullivan, B. Venice, S. Sihia, J. Rego Row 3: J. Cox, S. Cunha, K. Belken, B. Jenkensen, N. Orrall Stimulus is an organization of high school students and teachers that is devoted to providing cultural enrichment programs of all types for our school and community. Our goal is to stimulate the POSITIVE ENERGIES in ourselves and others, thereby " rising above ' the negative circumstances that are contrary to the human imagination. Our goal is to create NETWORK SYSTEMS that will stimulate the flow of creative energy. We hope to link up " with other organizations and people who share our philosophy of " rise above it. " We hope to sound a chord in the minds and hearts of our " friends in spirit " who feel that it is time for action — that it is time to take responsibility for the quality of life, not only in our schools, but in our communities and our world. 121 THANKS! This page is dedicated to all the advisers of the various clubs and organizatiions of Apponequet High. For all the time you e given sacrifices you e made and headaches you ve endured we the students would like to express our deepest gratitude. Without you our stay here at Apponequet would not have been complete. events england DOWNING STREET SWl £!JY OF WESTMINSTER Britain. Centuries of history made on a single island. Churchiirs inspiring words still echo through the houses of Parliament; a stroll down the Mall conjures images of Queen Victoria and the splendor of her England; the Roman legacy of Bath lives on. Even to a group of travelers from the colonies England is an empire eternal. Though her political sovereignty may wane, her pride still endures. 126 Italia. Seven days of bongiorno. Seven lunches of half-cooked pasta. Seven nights of freezing wind and lectures on the fall of the Caesars. Walking the Seven Hills of Rome. Walking the forum eating Spumoni the medicis and discos Venecian glass and cappucino. Museums, marble, and Michelangelo. Gothic, grazie, and gondolas. The poshest villas next to the oldest ruins. Magnificence now memories. Arrivederci. M7 REHEARSAL FOR MURDER WHO KILLED NOVEMBER 16 17, 1984 Rehearsal for Murder (f ' Kti the iL-kpla ir RK HARD UVISSON Wll.l 1AM I INK This years dramatic performance was a tlirilling murder mystery. As tite cfiaracters started tlie play, startling connections to the murder began to reveal themselves. The dialogue was designed to trap the unexpecting murderer, who was caught off guard by a series of play-acting scenes portrayed by the other performers. Once again. The Appone- quet Players have proved themselves in this outstanding performance. Congratulations to the cast of " Rehearsal for Murder. " " GOOD LUCK SENIORS! " MONICA WELLES? 129 nhs induction Christmas concert 1 — ■ 133 remember When Lisa and Becky took a shortcut to Rona ' s by way of an iceberg. When we took a trip to the Yellow Jello planet. When Mrs. Powers made all of the boys stay after wbe Audrey lost a dollar. When Shelley, Julie, and Missy tried to skip school aol Shelley and Kimmi got caught scoopin ' in New Beige. When Reagan was a leading man. When Roger got a perm! SQKXiJISIiR n wm TO CO TO cocuct Pumpkin Patrol with L.T. trying to hide 5 pumpkins. 1st period Psychology class and Nancy asking if she was in the red. When we all went to Martha ' s Vineyard! When Kathy and Mrs. Reis actually got along. When Jodi accidently broke Nancy ' s nose. When Jim picked up Lisa and Judy (Put us down!) When Judy and Mike, Krissy and Steve got stuck in Hampshire on the Senior ski trip and had to walk a mi and a half in 25 below zero weather. Anne was in love with ' the family ' . When the Italy gang was in vaded by the Swiss soccer tean When the field hockey team won the league championship and went to the state tournament. The Souffle Club went on their first ' Cape Outing. ' 134 When Kerran, Michelle, and Kelly went to New York and net Howard C, a few dead bodies, and the guys from North Carolina. VW ' s with sunroofs, cruising the A re., 4th term at Horsen- ck Beach, Strawberry Hill, and the turkey at 8:00. The cast parties. The parties at Boo ' s house. When Krissy, Kevin, Steve, and Bean went to La Salette at 9:57 and they shut off all the lights at 10:00 (Quick trip, right guys?) " TRUTH " at Mary ' s sleep over before summer band practice. When there was a " hoota " in the pines. erran belly danced in 5th study for Corinne. hen Mr. Homen " messed up " in sixth period, ' hen the eighth grade boys basketball team went over ary and Maria ' s house for peanutbutter and jelly ndwiches. i ' hen French Club used the men ' s room at Bloomingdales? When Mel and Lisa lost the car at Lincoln Park after it took them 2V2 hours to get there. Eating lunch in Mr. Homen ' s room. When Chris drank from the bathroom wastebasket. Bean ' s version of " Hit Me With Your Best Shot. " Everyone getting a parking ticket at Dan ' s keg party. When Chris left his " mark " in the school bubbler. wVhen Sharon knocked the ham off Chris ' fork at the choir ninner. When Mrs. Geisler fell off the desk in Freshman year. Whe 1984 ski trip at Loon. Fiin times with Kevin. When Michelle, Cathy and Pam were walking in the snow and they thought they were going to freeze to death? When Judy and Rona cooked hotdogs in the bathtub? When C. and P. got caught at Cathedral Camp? When we wanted to be a Hunter and own a Carwash? The three hour ski trip to Wachusett? ,4 ' if: laisMN nil i Lupus got " jammed " in a tree? Wagtime Beefy Waffles? K. R. in the trunk? The Black Hole!? When Warren drank Bubba-Aid? When Corinne, Steve, Krissy and Kevin played passoui{ and Bean found out why it was called " passout " ? When Eric L. stole Mrs. Leonard ' s peanuts!? When Lisa P. fell in the Middle School pool during Cam Lessons!? When Chris, Jimmy, Matt and Cheryl went skiing and Re put on a show for the mountain? When going to " Burger King " wasn ' t addicting? Lennie put out the fire in the cafeteria with lightning speed? When Randy ' s name was the only one left out on the J shirt inscribed with everyone ' s name in the class? When The Joe Ignatowski Tin Can Marchin ' Band playe at the Dartmouth Mall parking lot? When the Peanut Butter Twins went to town? When we did B-P-B ' s? When Teddy ' s sneaker " fell " out of Mrs. Barth ' s windo with a little help from Lupe. Cruising the Ave. in P.K. ' s green convertible. Kisses with Mike near the Christmas tree that seemed to last forever. When Mrs. Vorhees got her head chopped off? When Mrs. Casey dropped the typewriter on Paul Hunt ' s foot? " My antibodies will fight it off, huh Paula??! " When Michelle won Junior Miss? Linda ' s Michael Jackson earrings? When the deviant foot stomped on A. P. English? When we met Cath ' s cellar? When Jen, Mary, and Carmine sun bathed before Fresh- jtnai} English? When Sandy and Nancy collided during Softball, were knocked out, and got to go to the hospital? When S ' mouse got into some " Mischief looking for Ralph in the theater? When Franklin Clark got hit with an egg? When the NHS officers and the Council Pres. tried to bring Cathy home a little too fast? dancing in the parking lot? Dungeons and Dragons? 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Best Wishes ' 85, from Mrs. Ward Brian Joseplt Prates Congratulations to 1985 Debbie Kubel Pranii and Barbara Rose Good Lucli Class of ' 85 Janice Kubel Jeannette Mandeville Kristen LeBlanc Lisa Bruneau Mrs. Pvelyn Staples Mr. + Mrs. Stan Kubal Leesa Preeman Lisa + Pete Jenny + Brian Travel the scenic road of life with many stops along the way Mr. + Mrs. Stephen Purtado BIRCHWOOD REALTY Basil Bartlett Realtor MLS ' Notary Residential-Commerical 99 The Lakeville Land People Say as Plaza Bedford Rt. 18 Lakeville 947-2396 Best Wishes— NBHS BEV, Best Wishes— Love Jeff Bye Missy and Kevin — Mrs. R. Cheryl Thompson Debbie and Dave Debbie Pettey Good Luck Sandy! Love Grandma Jim and Corinne Donovan Judy loves Michael Mark, Anne + Caitlin Gorman Michelle Thompson Mr. + Mrs. Joseph Camara Norman PAT PETTY Russ and his filters Store 24 10 13 84 Sue + Vicki Camara The Golarz Family The Thompson Family The Tripp Family The Wood Family Tyler + Terrence Dobrowsky Melissa, You have our love and support. Mom + Dad Philip and Ann Marie Paulson 154 epilogue Wayne Gretzky: " The Great One ' Indira Ghandi: a life cut short Tip O ' l eill: Speaker of the House ap- proaching retirement J oh Cleese: " And not for something completely different. " This Friend: Ve noticed, for wit at seems lilie an eternity. Sometimes I liad to searcli to find. Now I wonder; wliat if I had never turned, To that fate, to circumstances that we both Encounter — the friendship of one another? And what better to be than a friend? 155 departing i have a long f the company ' IShMit WNh TIM UbiM or A ABORTIONlNB jl f i Joan Rivers: Queen Tut? Abortion: the controversy continues Epcot Center: Disney World grows up MichaelJordan: from Olympic hero to NBA star journey to take and must bid farewell -edward thompson Friends don ' t let friends drive drunk: campaign for common sense Vanessa Williams: U.S. beauty turned bunny AT. Joe Montana: Leads 49ers to victory in ' 85 World Hunger: Crisis in Third World Countries Grey ashes That fall On cement floor. The remnants Of a smoky pyre Blazing high above The earth Mingle with black. Swimming in mortar. Smouldering embers A fragile survivor Of what once was a whole. When touched Ever so lightly Smear to irretrievable Greys Lost forever In hard, cold Stone. 157 embarking " this is not tlie end. but it is perliaps the Lee lacocca: from bankruptcy to billions Billy Idol: the boy next door? Median home price $100,000: keep saying those pennies! Kennedy in Ethiopia: U.S. Senator tisits famine stricken country it is not even the beginning of tlie end. end of the beginning -wins ton chur chill V ' jtKan Citv At the candv store A BiK Mac KotHTl Frost f .rapcfruif 1 And so we ' re friends in spite of it all Everything more, everything less, is forgiven. And so we ' ve grown because of it all not older, not younger, just closer. And so we hold on to remember it all forever, for better, my friend. 159 There is an appointed time for everytliing, And a time for every affair under tlie lieavens. A time to be born and a time to die; A time to plant and a time to uproot the plant A time to liill and a time to heal; A time to tear down and a time to build. A time to weep and a time to laugh; A time to mourn and a time to dance. A time to scatter stones and a time to gather them; A time to embrace and a time to be far from embraces. A time to seek and a time to lose; A time to keep and a time to cast away. A time to reap and a time to sow; A time to be silent and a time to speak. A time to love and a time to hate; A time of war and a time of peace. Ecclesiastes 3:1-8


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