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School Days 1982 SSK35KSS U . w J . ♦ fcatskill ■ — r 4 _ FIVE SUBJECT NOTEBOOl 250 SHEETS 11 IN. X 0 ' : IN. COLLEGE RUr WV250 5SC F L RUSSELL CORP MT MARION. N Y If You Ever Think About The Happiest Days Of Your Life Pass Back In Your Mind For Awhile And Remember The Time When You Were A Child. 4 Do You Remember Only Happy Days, For The Flame In June- The Summer Holidays-Well, Do You Remember Those Stormy Novembers When We Walked In The Wind And The Rain. School Days Were Such Happy Days — Now They Seem So Far Away I’ll Remember And I’ll Always Treasure — School Days Were The Happiest Days Of Your Life But We Never Appreciate The Good Times We Had Until It’s Too Late 8 9 When I Was A School Boy I Loathed Regulations And Rules — I Hated Textbooks And My School Uniform Cause It Made Me Conform — And Teachers Were Always Disobeyed I 13 But I’d Go Back If I Could Only Find A Way, School Days Were The Happiest Days Now They Seem So Far Away, I Remember And I’ll Always Treasure- School Days Were The Happiest Days Of Your Life But We Never Appreciate The Good Times We Have Until It’s Too Late Now I Wish I Hadn’t Strayed And I’d Go Back If I Could Only Find A Way Oh School Days . . . The Kinks Falmouth High School 1982 Contents Fall Sports 19 Winter Sports 90 Faculty 30 Clubs 108 Activities 46 Spring Sports 128 Underclassmen 60 Seniors 148 17 Dedication Helen W. Pierce The class of ' 82 would like to dedi- cate this yearbook to Ms. Helen Pierce. Ms. Pierce has been with the Eng- lish Department here, for nineteen years, and plans to be editing books and publications, when she retires. She hopes the students of Falmouth High School realize what Falmouth has to offer and that they take advan- tage of the opportunities for a good education. Her most rewarding experience as a teacher at this school, is seeing the handicapped students progress from being shy and reserved, to being more outgoing, and really adding something to this school. On a final note, Ms. Pierce would like to add, that she has had many good years here watching freshman students become young adults. 18 Fall In the opinion of Coach Giardi this was an ex- traordinary year for a great bunch of kids. The chemistry was there for a true team to be welded together and while they didn’t have alot of stars they did have fifty-seven people who believed that they could do good things together. The Clippers weren’t exciting by the number of points they scored but were exciting because they didn’t allow other teams to score. FOOTBALL Coach Bruce Cranshaw, sitting 1-r; Pat McCarthy, Duane Schouler.Joe Farland.John Sylvia, Bob Paine, Bob Lipp, Dickie McEvoy, Steve Lawrence, Jeff Mackilligan, (tri-captains), Mark Ledger, Scott Rudden, Damon Handy, Anthony Morris, Mike C. Barrows, Mike Barrows, John Kendall, Jay Zmuda, Coach-Gus Giardi Standing 1st row; Coach B. Alietta, Eric Zylinski, Tom Shaw, Ray Noreau, Chuck Connors, Ian Donnelly, Peter Uchmanowicz, Rob Mckean, David Haddad, Gerry Martin, Jeff Cooper, Bob Bowman, Shawn Almeida, Phil Jepson, Craig D’Amario, Anthony Balter, Matt Maxwell, Mark Diani, John Monteiro, Bill Dillon, Coach- M. Denis, Coach- Bruce Mogardo. Standing 2nd row; Mark Amaral, Brad Hobson, Scott Fortes, James Harrington, Shawn McEvoy, Tim Egan, Brian Dione, Richard Warner, John Martinez, Craig Clarkin, Andron Mckenzie, Todd Costa, Scott Evans, Steve Waltz, Dean Cloninger, Ward Frazier, John Stalcup, Tim O’Connell, Chris Hamilton, John Sherlock, John Haddad, Mike Graham 21 It could have been a rough season for the F.H.S. Cross Country team. Because of bud- get cuts, the boys and girls had to be merged as one team. To make matters worse more students wanted to join the team than had been anticipated, and there was only one coach, Turkington, to take care of them all. Class will show through, and everything turned out nicely. Seared: Roxanne Bolton, Jeananne Rush, Penny Elwell, Megan Patrick, Tricia Cullinane, Nancy Callahan, Liz Beardsley Kneeling (L-R): Dennis Cullinane, Carl Bohnert, Andy Myette, Chris Funkhouser, Stewart Funkhouser, Terry Souza. Peter Leddy, Standing: Chris Ghelfi, Mark Ebonfield, Gilbert Tavares, Melvin Gonsalves Tom Bird, Hank Rodgers, Mike Slone, Coach Tom Turkington, Ted McGuire, Eric Eklund, Dan Conley, Rick Bjorn, Tim Farrell, R. J. Souza, Eric Mello, Tom Doyle 22 Much gratitude is due to the boys’ captains Chris Funk- houser, Eric Mello, and Ted Farrell. The captains ably led their mates in competition and training. Dennis Cullinane was the top man on the team and one of the best in the state. Marc Ebenfield, Carl Bohnert, and Chris Ghelfi performed admirably in crucial races. Jeananne Rush contributed ex- perience and some fine racing to the team. Tricia Cullinane and Nancy Callahan acquired statewide reputations in their first season of running. It all added up to another state division title for the boys and a near miss for the girls, who are about to regain their rightful place at the top of the hill. For a crowd of hard working athletes it was a satisfying and rewarding season. 23 Field Hockey 1981 Although not successful in terms of " win-loss” record, this team was one of the most enjoy- able I’ve ever coached. Despite in- experience at almost every posi- tion, this team gave 100% at all times; every minute of every game, till the final whistle. I was proud to be associated with these young athletes and the character they dis- played- dedication, spirit, enthusi- asm, sportsmanship, and a " never say die” attitude. Although they were not winners in games, they Kneeling: Penny West, Maria Daigle, Ann Pelligrini, Maura Jepsen, Chris Frazier, Leslie Karlson Standing: Angela Carrol, Cindy Sweeny, Judy Irving, Katy Toran, Coach Maureen O’Brien, Jackie Tessier, Lori Raymond, Holly Souza, Jennifer Lopes will definitely be winners in the game of life. Best of Luck to the team of 1981. — Mrs. Maureen O’Brien, Coach. 24 25 This year’s Soccer Team was a very successful one. It consisted of 17 Seniors and 9Juniors. They played 10 league games, 4 Non league, and 3 scrimmages. There were 7 wins and 3 losses. The heart breaker of the year was the 1-0 loss to Barnstable in the last game of the season. The Tri-Cap- tains were Dan White, Joel Irving, and Scott Henrique. The leading goal kicker was Rui Correira with 10 goals and 10 assists. Dan White was chosen as Boston Globe Eastern Mass. All Star, All Cape and All State All Star. Eric Hobbie (junior) was also chosen for SMC Div. 1 All Star. For the 3rd consecutive year the varsity team has earned a place in the State Soccer Tournament. The remaining varsity team will surely miss their very talented teammates in the coming year. Last, but certainly not least, let me mention Coach Toran who was named State Coach of the Year of Div. I. He plays a very big part in the game and has been admired throughout the years. Good Luck to the leaving seniors and to the ' 82 F.H.S. Soccer Team. 26 L-R Kneeling: Tim Paterson, Rui Correia, Scott Henrique Dan White, Joel Irving, John Hall, Mike Diani, TJ. Doonan Standing: L-R Tony Hennesey, John Potter, Pat Eagen, Bill Botelho, Brian Kenney, Terry O’Neil, Jay Fink, Kevin Gilmartin, Dennis Corr, Eric Hobbie, Yarak Mlodzinski, Tom Vaccaro, Steve Church, Gerry Grady, Christo- pher Dieste, Doug Chisolm, Kenny Gonye Fall Sports Scoreboard FIELD HOCKEY FHS Old Rochester Sandwich Bourne New Bedford Dartmouth D-Y Barnstable New Bedford Wareham Bishop Stang Dartmouth Barnstable Bishop Stang Opponent 3 0 1 3 1 0 1 2 0 2 0 4 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 3 1 1 0 4 VARSITY SOCCER Lynnfield Plymouth-Carver Chatham Tabor Varsity Sandwich Nauset Somerset New Bedford Barnstable Tauton Durfee D-Y Attleboro New Bedford Somerset D-Y Barnstable F.H.S Opponents 7 1 7 2 2 1 3 0 4 0 3 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 4 0 2 0 3 1 4 0 0 1 4 0 1 0 0 1 28 Barnstable boys FHS OPP 25 34 girls 15 50 Dartmouth boys 25 33 girls 13 27 New Bedford boys 24 35 D-Y boys 18 44 girls 23 34 Bishop Connolly girls 15 50 D-Y Classic boys 1st place Our Lady of Providence boys 7th place Invitational Seekonk Invitational boys 1st place Catholic Memorial boys 2nd place 3rd place Invitational girls 3rd place VARSITY FOOTBALL FHS Opponent Plymouth-Carver 7 0 Bourne 6 0 N. Bedford Voke 13 0 Fairhaven 6 0 Taunton 0 24 Durfee 13 7 Dennis- Yarmouth 26 12 Dartmouth 0 7 Somerset 12 21 Barnstable 0 10 29 C . .c V 6 vJ _« HAve a v te DAY? ’S ' s o , ? V ' G ' n s Dr. Peter L. Clark Principal Administration And Secretaries Martha Griffin Secretary to the Princi- pal Rita Maxwell House A Secretary Judith Robertson House B Secretary Mary Bishop House C Secretary 32 James T. Kalperis H o u s e A DeWitt C. Jones III ,ouis S. Larrey Donald Burnette Patricia Henderson IMC Receptionist Eileen Farrell AV Library Ruth Martin Recpt Sec-Ath Office Margaret King Sec. Student Act. Office 33 ■■■■ Guidance Carrie Saunders Head of Guidance Dept. Barbara Connolly House A Robert Nilson House B Kathleen Craig House B John Shingles House C Marlene Viera House C Beverly Klink Guidance Secretary Harryette Alexander Guidance Resource Center 34 Faculty Ruth Austin Robert Chisholm Elizabeth Hankinson Jim Wight-Waltman What does being a parent mean to you? " To see that the child grows up in a happy home filled with love. To be able to see your child grow up to be a healthy, happy, successful responsible young adult.” Mrs. Osborne Richard Jason Eleanor Osborne Robert Watson 35 Michael Helfen Helen Pierce Barry Bird Louise Houle What advice do you give to the Class of 1982? " If you cultivate cour- tesy and mannerliness and retain a healthy sense of humor, you’ll known true happiness.” Helen Pierce John Carroll R. Curtis McKee Adele Rohe 1 William Fraher Patricia Moorman Karen Schoch 36 Janet Spring Joan Tansey James Winer Foreign Language What do you like most about teaching? " Entering the high school our students are excited by the prospect of all that is going to happen to them. The freshman and sopho- more years great changes occur. Ju- nior and seniors can discuss literary concepts. They start to come to teachers with things that have noth- ing to do with school work. Seniors leave the faculty feeling they have made a great deal of friends. " Mrs. Doyle Martine Cotton Marie Doyle (seated 1. to r.) Marguerite MacDougall, Marie Doyle, Deb- Joan Huckins orah Sangster, Linda Gompert. (standing) Michael Mello, Joan Fryette, Justine Phillips, Eugene Phillips Home Economics 37 Industrial Arts Nancy McDermott Betty Metcalf Peter Keene James Ryder Fred Toran Frank Towle Robert Bastille Angelo Casso 38 Constance Flood Robert Griffin James Johnson Joseph McCauley Media Library 39 Physical Education HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE REMEMBERED? " As the first gymnastic coach at F.H.S. and for the twelve years I’ve worked with the P.E. Department. By the students for all the smiles, tears, hugs, and reprimanding. Also, the starting of the Homecom- ing Festivities. I will also be remembered for my Southern accent and the teasing I took because I " talk funny”. I ' ll hopefully be remembered as a good teacher who did her best and was fair.” Mrs. Mangum Dennis Marotta Beverly Mangum Earl Mills Bruce Mogardo John Nigri Barbara Kanellopoulos Robert Picket 40 John Moody Ann Ashley George Hussey Edward Rowan Ray DesRoches Nicki Remsen Robert Laraia Dennis Comolli Yvette Thivierge Science Social Studies Lee Burgess Yvonne Courtney Alfred Douglass Gus Giardi Daniel Harrington James O’Brien Peggy Savage Special Needs Judith Buckley Daniel Farren Alvin Kolodjiejski 42 Eileen Tantum Ellen Barol Robert Bock John Reardon Jon Henriksen Eugene Bullock-Wilson Paul Feeley William McKay Permanent Substitutes Wendy Bauman Sarah Bunkley 43 Staff Aides Cathi Dubois and Charlotte Nickerson Joan Charron 44 Operations Cafeteria Front row 1. to r.; Jose- phine Gomes, Evelyn Ni- dositko, Ida DePrizio, Blanche Servis, Bennie Belmonte, Clara Gen- ziano, Mae Jordan, 2nd row, Marion Williams - Cafeteria Manager, He- lene White, Betty De- Melio, Marilyn Macura, Madeline Marden, Vir- ginia Desorbo, Back row, Marie Leazott, Eli- zabeth Lentini. Not Pictured; Vasco Pires - Art Denise Dias - Math Aide Gail Colello - Special Needs Peggy McHenry - Special Needs Patricia Schmidt - Special Needs Michael Morris - " New Birth” Program Paul Wasseth - " Explorations” Program Paula Mauk - Permanent Substitute Ronald Braga - Staff Aide Mary Pacheco - Cafeteria Staff Sandra Rodrigues - Data Entry Julie Urban - Programmer - ACTIVITIES Turning 18 this year meant you could register to vote ... in school for the first time. Lucky 18 year old guys made the trek to the Post Of- fice for their draft cards, as the draft was reinstated. These wordly responsibilities didn’t slow down our fun, though. At any given moment, the cry of " Let’s go to McDonalds” could be heard as we sped away, strains of The Police and " Every Little Thing She Does” pulsing. For the first time, Proposition 2Vi affected us. Lunches cost $1.00 each, field trips were non-exis- tant, we had no choice of a gym class, and Driver’s Ed cost young drivers-to-be a hundred bucks and a hassle. We did have our high points, though. Who could forget standing in line for the priviledge of a senior pass? Did anybody ever use theirs?? SENIOR PASS LH F Ln cr i New Wave made its impact on FHS this year. Music by the Go- Go’s, The Clash and The Jam became popular, as did SHORT haircuts, (on both sexes) wrap-around sunglasses, and hightops. This is the Modern World. Not one among us will ever forget this year’s trek to the Garden and assorted arenas, as our hockey team AGAIN cap- tured the state title. Our pride was obvious as we chanted " We’re number one” — and made more plans to leave school early. Christmastime — and Tree Sales began. Not only did the sales get us out of school for a few blocks or a day, but we made a little money, worked hard, froze to death, and loved every minute of it! 48 President Reagan’s budget cutbacks seemed to hit almost all government areas this year • except arm- mament. The threat of nuclear war, always eminent, was being talked about out loud, and " , no nuke” groups became more prominent. The Harbor and Surf Drive competed as meeting places and snowball and frisbee territories. " Who was going where” and " who was having the party” were more important to us than what was happening in Washington. " Grease,” the all-school musical, set new attendence records, selling out all four nights it was performed. Remember Eugene in those bermuda shorts, — and Sandy’s transforma- tion into spandex? One spot in the IMC was renamed ' The Senior Lounge ' -a refuge for lost or confused students, including those evicted from the li- brary. On senior Bubblegum Day, some 15 or so members of the cast of Jabberwock (all conspicuously attired in bright green t-shirts) flowed into the Lounge. Seems they had an- noyed the librarian by popping their bubbles all at once . . . This year we learned facts we Jn ' t want to know . . . how much i ncy Reagan spent on china, how ince Charles and Lady Diana met d married, and the very sudden ath of John Belushi, a very talent- young comedian. Finally the senior countdown was displayed in the cafeterias — and spirits ran high. Freedom was only a few short weeks away, and coming to school with a tan after a day " out sick " was common. The prom and finding a date — was all worthwhile for those of us who danced to " Open Arms”. Then came Graduation rehearsals. Senior Banquet, and finally, the Big Day. Twelve years of school has hopefully prepared us for our future, as parents and teachers look at us expectantly. More importantly, we look at ourselves expectantly. Some of us will go on to college, some to jobs, and still others to marriage and perhaps a family. Whatever our plans, the class of 1982 will succeed— because we have youth and idealism on our side. 49 YEARBOOK STAFF EDITORS OPENING SECTION: Michelle Perry, MaryAnn Marschall SENIOR SECTION: Farrell Despres ACTIVITIES UNDERCLASSMEN: Sharon DiFrancesco SPORTS SECTION: Mike April FACULTY SECTION: Michelle Phelan STAFF Brian Albert Liza Cabral Laura Conley Anna Martinho Linda Eklund - DEDICATION PAGE Justine Stokes-YEAR IN REVIEW Ed Murphy Elliot Rappaport - ARTWORK Mike Cabral - ARTWORK PHOTO STAFF Mike April Mike Bancroft John Cummings Warren Donnlley ADVERTISING STAFF Brian Albert Lisa Anderson Ed Murphy Laura Conley Becky McLane Shannon Gibbons Donna Johnson Peter Lennon Chris Delaney Chance Martin SPECIAL THANKS: Robert McDeavit-computer list Ruth Austin Peg King Dan Sullivan ADVISORS: Jim Wight-Waltman Janet Spring KODAK SAFETY FILM 5063 KOOAK SAFETY FILM 5063 KODAK SAFETY FILM 5063 Car Show owner ananil milr -«i ■ed emit) o months m stora all 53 Homecoming Parade And Rally 55 56 57 The Lion In Winter 59 r Int LAII Twe ' Jf J UNDERGRADS Marylou Abruzese Shawn Almeida Karen Barrett Deanna Barrows John Benuck Donna Bennett Mark Amaral Lisa Anderson Ruth Anne Baker Melissa Baptiste Jennifer Theresa Bochanowski Bohenberger Gretchen Bowker Kris Brown Cliff Brunette Tracey Bush Dale Calverley Peter L. Campbell Corrine Cannata David Casso Susan Cherkofsky Rose Anna Cobb Mark Cohen Peter J. Cook 62 Miguel Correia Claudia Correllus Lynda Costa Kim Covino Scott Crocker Nichole Croney Dennis Cullinane John Cummings John Daigle Emily Davern JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 1. to r. Lawrence Peirson- Vice President, Jackie Tessier — Secratery-Treasurer, Jeff Cooper- President. F.H.S. Bourne Coyle Coyle New Bedford Somerset Attelborro Durfee Taunton D-Y Barnstable New Bedford Somerset Attelboro Taunton Durfee D-Y Barnstable J. V. Baseball 0 5 6 6 8 2 11 4 4 9 4 5 1 3 2 3 3 Opponent 8 9 4 1 4 3 2 2 2 4 5 6 2 6 3 6 2 J.V. Baseball Sitting (1 to r)-John Haddas, Paul Mauk, Chris Lynch, Chris Olsen, Ben Gage Sitting Middle (1 to r)- Eric Palmer, Mike Norton, Tom Robertson, Rick Ottaviano, Eric Eklund, Jim Duddy, Paul Coronolla Back (1 to r)- Mark Texeira, Craig Mederios, Mike Frank, John Reine, John Sousa, Mike La Cava Sue Dean Kim DeMello Michaela DeMello Derek Devine Mark Diani Michael Diani Sharon DiFrancesco Ian Donnelly Thomas Doyle Jonathan Drew John Duddy Robert Duffany Martha Dumas Diane Emmons Kristine Fernald Joyce Filling Karen Fitch Ed Fletcher Wendy Guest Janet Fraser Erika Hahn Joanne Gamble Sue Hankins Suzanne Garcia Karen Harding Kim Goddard Karen Harris Heather Heath Amy Heyerdahl Felicia Houston Michael Hughes Barbara Hunt Lisa Johnson Eric Johnson James Jones Tracey Jones Mary Alice Kearney Danny Kingsley Deborah Klein Melissa Klink Lawrence Peirson Gerry Martin Anna Martinho Lisa Matthews Gerald Marschall Karen Medeiros Catherine Marquet Matthew Maxwell Diane McKenzie Cheryl A. Miller Michele Lea Morano Kip Newell Michelle Nolf Maureen O’Leary Jennifer Owens Kelley Patrick Rebecca Dan Pinette Tracy Poag Caryn Pokraka Traci Price Pennington Susan Rabesa Melissa Ratsy Steve Remsen Dorraine Rose Melanie Rose Daniel Robb Ann Roderick J«jdy Roderick Jill Rogers Priscilla Rollins 67 Jean Santiago Timothy Scozzari Tim Scully Melissa Selby Paul Simpson Sharon Soares Elizabeth Stalcup Cindy Sweeney Lana Sylvia Gilbert Tavares Jacki Tessier Jeffrey A. Thomson Doug Verissimo Tina Walker Ronnie Way Steve Way Dawn Wegehaupt Catherine Williams 68 Brian Albert Odilia Amorim David Andrade Janice Alcorn Amy Allen Christopher Alves Loek Atema Brenda Atkinson Jeanne Azarovitz Laura Baron Vicki Bauknecht Susan Beale Paula Botelho Ky Boyne Bernice Briggs Ray Burke Claudette Bussiere Lynn Camire Michael Cherau Sheila Clifford Craig Clarkin Timothy Church SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Carrie Goux-Sec-treasurer, Ellen D’Olympio-President, Mr. Kolodziejski-Advi- sor, Michele Denisi-V.P. Speech And Debate The Falmouth Speech and Debate Team competed Friday and Saturday, January 15th and 16th, at the Barnstable High School Winter Tournament. Mark Bogosian received a second place award for his original speech in French. Jeff Johnson was selected fifth out of fifty-seven contestants in the Children’s Litera- ture category. Mark Bogosian also finished 9th out of sixty in prose reading with his interpretation of Robert Randell’s " The Fan”. Falmouth won a 3rd place trophy. Eleven schools participated, including Boston Latin, Milton Academy, and Natick High School. During the year anywhere from two to twelve students traveled to tournaments around the state competing in catagories such as prose reading, extemporaneous speaking, children’s literature and humorous interpre- tation. 70 Deborah Costa Todel Costa Margaret Costello Melana Crabtree Cathy Cunha Tricia Demello Cathy Dillon Debbie Dinco Brian Dionne Meridith Dowd Kim Eldredge Penny Elwell Karen Ferreira Wanette Ferreira Billy Ferreira Janette Ferreira Kristin Fisher Ward Fraser Stewart Funkhouser Christopher Ghelfi Drawde Grant Danny Hall Christine Hastay Roger Haward Susan Henkenius Scott Hewitt Emily Hocker Suzanne Klein Carol Landry Colleen Ledwell Jeff Leonard Gregg Leonard Lori Lima Holly Lindner Lori Lohr Robert Lopes Ann Marie Kristen Sandra Mancini MacDonald MacConnell Charlie Marken Paul Mauk Laurie McCarthy Frank McCormick Charlene McGauan Lisa McKee Carolyn McMillen Laurie McNeill Deborah Medeiros Michelle Medeiros Jane Mello Mariah Mientka Vicky Monteiro Theresa Moorehead Kathy Mooreland Kirby Morris Philip Motta James Moyhihan Maureen Murphy Elizabeth Muldoney 73 Christine Nyari Glen O’Donnell Sarah Osborne Cindy Paiva Randy Patterson Lisa Peters Yvonne Phaneuf Joshua Phillips LACROSSE 1ST ROW: Terry Souza, Roland Beliveau, Tom Wilson, John Gumbleton, Richard Kendal Brian McManus, Stephan Striffler, Peter Reed. 2ND ROW: David Strock, Chris Hamiltor Michael Reardon, Andrew Clark, Eric Porteous, Bucky Trumball, Gary Wilson, Ricky Kel leher, Barry Sadoff, Coach. BACK ROW: Bruce Hathaway, Doug Decosta, Ray Burke. 74 Peter Popenoc Melissa Porta Christina Porteous Rebecca Pratt Susan Pudden Alexandra Rebello Chris Rebello Kim Reid Brendan Richard Jackie Rigsby Pam Robbins Gloria Rodriguez John Rohe Kurt Roith Julie St. George Debbie Sanford Pat Santiago Janice Santos 75 Glenna Thompson Scott Trasher Colleen Tobin Denis Toner Cheryl Vokey Karen Walker Phillip Walker Maura Wagner Andrew White Laural Watkins Anne-Marie Williamson Mari Zylinski Karla Wegehaupt 76 Lloyd Adams Darrin Allen Kim Alves Wendy Amaral William Andrews Jason Anthony Holly Baker Robert Baker Jean Bassett Eric Baumann Alison Baumardner Freshmen Roland Beliveau Theresa Barrows Andrea Bennett Peter Benoit Ellen Bezdaris Andrew Billings Nancy Bishop Sharon Boissonnault Kim Bolton David Braithwaite Debbie Brand Karen Briana Joe Buehler Nick Burk 77 Lisa Busch Maura Callahan Dana Canepa Nancy Callahan Mary Carajanes Jason Cecil Ian Chisholm Tim Church Paul Connlly Jennifer Connors Sean Costa James Corr 78 J.V. SOCCER leeling (1-r)- Robert Mitchell, Mike Trotto, Scott McMurtrie, John Daunt, Mike artin, Glen O’Donnell, Jimmy Krusek Standing (1-r)- Joey Reposa, Pete Chambers, nmy Taylor, Gary Thompson, Ben Crago, Robert Carroll, Danny Pinette, Richard derman, Allen Rivera, Josh Phillips, Paul Mauk, Kevin Peter, Mr. Chisholm; coach andwich lauset ' abor " B” lew Bedford arnstable lurfee -Y .ttleboro omerset lew Bedford -Y arnstable Sub Varsity Soccer F.H.S. 2 5 2 1 4 4 3 2 2 3 6 4 Opponent 0 3 0 1 0 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 The Junior Varsity team had a great season, as usual, with 11 wins, 0 losses, nd 1 tie. There were 16 Sophmores and 4 Juniors. They are a hard working ;am that help each other to become bigger and better. Coach Toran says that oth the Junior Varsity and Freshman Team have a great future ahead of them, iood Luck in the coming years. Pam Cutillo Paula Cutillo Cathy Davis Dawn De Gaetano Michael D’ Egidio Jenny Delinks 79 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 1. to r. Mia Phelan- Vice president, Mrs. Baumann- Advisor, Kada Graham- Secretary-Treasurer, and Kim Alves- President. Chris di Iorio Patricia Disney Shelley Devine Kim Dottridge Robert Duart Jennifer Duggan Brian Ferreira John Ferreira Barbara Fetters Brad Fish Shawn Fitzpatrick Tracy Flanders Michael Gagnon Shannon Gibbons Christine Gilcheist John Graci Scott Graham Kathy Grinnell Leanne Grow Billy Guess Mary Guess John Gumbleton Heidi Hahn Tracey Halstead 81 Julie Hannon Jim Hansiom Lisa Happnie Doris Hargiove Mike Harney Rhonda Harris J.V. BASKETBALL Standing (1 to r)- George Cabral, Jerry Pimental, Ted Cooper, Allen Rivera, John Stalcup, Paul Coronella, Ted McGuire, Albert Gomez, Chris Milliman, Larry McDonald, Jim Duddy,John Sousa, Mike Norton, Mike Frank, David Alves, John Reine, Troy Martin Kneeling (1 to r)- Co-Captains Josh Phillips, Scott McMurtrie J. V. Basketball F.H.S. Opponent D-Y 42 54 Taunton 42 66 Barnstable 42 44 Bourne 47 37 Plymouth Carver 40 45 Fairhaven 43 63 Feehan 42 54 B.P. Connolly 48 55 Dartmouth 34 69 Wareham 55 53 Taunton 41 75 Barnstable 30 44 Fairhaven 38 41 Feehan 40 58 B.P. Connolly 51 53 Dartmouth 59 75 Wareham 46 57 Bourne 51 46 D-Y 46 32 Janette Haskell Paul Hassett Kersey Richard Kendall Keliinui Peter Leddy Dorothy Lehy Lewis Rui Lima Kathleen Lipp Joseph Lopes Mary Ellen Lopes Jennifer MacKilligan Frank Mancini Robert Matthews Greg Maxwell Brendan Greg McDonald Jane McGowan Allison McGuire McCarthy Ted McGuire Patricia McIntyre Joseph McLeish Amy McMenamy David McMurtrie Craig Medeiros Jackie Medeiros Joaquin Mendes • David Merson Tarah Mientka Chris Milliman Cynthia Mills Karen Monteiro Cindy Mott J.V. GIRL’S BASKETBALL Standing (L-R): Andrea Bennett, Vanessa Antone, Melanie Phillips, Shirley Rose, Wil- liam Dillon, Sonya Teal, Jeanne Azarovitz, Jennifer Duggan, Jill Irving Kneeling- Cap- tains- Karen Monterio, Heidi Mrusek W ' hitman-Hanson Women’s J.V. Basketball F.H.S. 13 Opponent 48 D-Y 11 56 Barnstable 16 26 Barnstable 12 37 Slew Bedford 19 54 Did Rochester 9 51 Bp. Stang 18 45 Bourne 20 52 W ' areham 20 49 New Bedford 20 51 D-Y 8 42 Barnstable 16 35 Bp. Stang 21 44 Bourne 28 50 Wareham 15 55 Molly Murphy Elizabeth Murray Carol Narbis Sherri Nichols Marcy Nidositko Patti Oleary Melanie Phillips Barbara Pierce Jerry Pimental Tonya Pina Megan Patrick Becky Perry Wayne Peters Jeffrey Pelletier Eric Porteous Tracey Porter John Proctor Melanie Rapoza Michael Reardon John Reine Lynda Roache Kelly Robertson Tom Robertson Betsey Robinson Raquel Rodrigues Stephen Ross Gregory Stokes Stefan Striffler David Strock Charles Stulb FRESHMAN SOCCER Kneeling (1 to r) -Jerry Pimenta, Jim Sweeney, Brendan McCarthy, Rick Ottaviano Anoy Clark Standing (1 to r)- Gary Hennemuth, Nate Swartz, Robert Baker, Eric Palmer, Jim Corr, Peter Reed, Chris Milliman, Tim Church, Roly Beliveau, John Gumbleton Falmouth Academy Lawrence School D-Y Falmouth Academy Lawrence School Mashpee Lawrence School D-Y Freshman Soccer F.H.S. 2 4 5 1 3 3 1 0 Opponent 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 Siobhan Sullivan Lisa Sylvester Anna Sylvia Cathie Sylvia Bonnie Thorpe Kim Toldness Todd Theroux Brian Thrasher Peter Urban Kathy Uzmann Sandy Van Allen Julie Wagner 88 Cindy Walker Ellen Walsh Barbara Warden Nancy Way Sarah West Douglas Williams Freshman Football 1st ROW L-R- Mike Reardon, Tim Simoneau, Brian Thrasher, David Fletcher, Tom Robertson, Dave McMurtrie, Jim Ryder. 2nd ROW L- R- Greg Stokes, Craig Medeiros, Frank Beckwith, Mike Frank, John Souza, Steve Ross, John Reine. 3rd ROW L-R- Bob Allietta (Coach), Gary Wilson, Mike Norton, Greg Mc- Donald, Bruce Mogardo (Coach), Rich Kendall, Bill Mason, Joseph Gervais, Roger Murusek. [ P ■ WL lm. ■ ' km 90 JV Field Hockey Sitting (1 to r)-Jenny McReynolds, Jeanne Azarovitz, Cathy Dillon, Jana DeSilva, Susie Austin, Chris Schmitz, Laura Baron. Standing (1 to r)- Emily Hocker, Bridget Car- roll, Eileen Frazier, April Spooner, Melissa Grace, Kelly Robertson, Glenna Thompson, Stephanie Kelly, Ashley Edwards, Figen Aypar, Veronica Dickerson, Ms. Ladd, Betsy Robertson. JV Hockey 1st ROW L-R- Tom Wilke, Jack Cor- bett, John Daunt, Chris Lynch, Kip Newell, Rich Kendall, Joey Rapoza, Eric Palmer 2nd ROW L-R- Scott Hewit (Mgr.), Charlie Marken, David Sigl, Melvin Soque, Scott Crocker, Rollie Beliveau, Dan McGrath, Tim Chruch, Lee Burgess (Coach) 3rd ROW L-R- Tom Sederman, Brian Welch, Paul Mauk, Chris Hinds, Jim Corr. 91 Winter GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL Standing (l-r)- Didi Johnson, Judy Irving, Penny West, Holly Souza, Darlene Scott, Caryn Pokraka, Kim Alves, Jacki Tessier, Helen Ladd; coach Kneeling- Captains- Fifi Houston, Diane McKenzie 94 I k ..v Kg§, 1.-; . » ’ • M - 1 [itej M. Women’s Basketball The combination of a very young team, and a very strong league made this year’s season a long, but enjoyable one. Led by captains Fifi Houston and Diane McKenzie, the team maintained its enthusiasm and the overall effort stayed high. This year’s most valuable player was Fifi Houston, who averaged 14 points a game, while the most improved player award went to Judy Irving. As all but one will be returning, the old battle cry is " Wait until next year.” 95 GIRLS GYMNASTICS TEAM Sitting- Dawn Black Kneeling (1 to r)- Allison McGuire, Marybeth Thompson, Capt. Lesley Karlson, Capt. Laurinda Kersey Standing (1 to r)- Cindy Mills, Karen Hart, Julie Erdos, Marjorie McEvoy, Jana DaSilva % GYMNASTICS This was a rewarding season for our small, yet, best team. This years new freshmen make FHS Gymnastics future promising. Special Awards: Most Dedicated: Lesley Karlson, Most Improved: Allison McGuire, Most Promising: Cindy Mills, MVP Beam: Marybeth Thompson, MVP Bars: Jana DaSilva, MVP Vaulting: Dawn Black, MVP Floor: Cindy Mills The best of luck in the future to all gymnasts. Mrs. Mangum BOYS WINTER TRACK Kneeling (1 to r)- Chris Funkhouser, Mike Barrows, John Silvia, Eric Mello, Chris Stulb, Melvin Gonsalves, Steve O’Mally Standing (1 to r)- Terry Souza, Dan Conley, Carl Bonhert, Rob McKean, Scott Evans, Bob Delllsola, Dennis Cullinane, John Sherlock Standing 2nd row (1 to r)- Frank Beckwith, Greg Stokes, Coach B. Mogardo, Ed Moniz, Mark Ebenfield, Jim Taylor, Paul Janerico, Andrew McKenzie, Scott Fortes, Tim Farrell, Greg McDonald, Charles Stulb, Mike Reardon, Coach C. Tompson, John Janerico, RJ Souza, Ward Frazier, Paul Simpson, Andy Myette, Tom Doyle, Peter Leddy 98 BOYS WINTER TRACK SPECIAL AWARDS ACHIEVEMENTS Special Awards: All Stars- Chris Funkhouser- 1000, Dennis Cullinane- 1 mile, Chris Stulb- 300. Team Achievements: Chris Funkhouser- new school record 1000 yrds., 2:18.3; Mike Barrows 6’6” H.J. 2nd place Class B 3rd best jump in Mass. 1982 (1st yr. track man) According to coach William Ferriera FHS’s 1982 hockey season was " one of the most gratifying years in all my coaching experience.” This years team opened up with a poor start going 1-4 in its first five games losing three straight to tough division 1 op- ponents. When tournament time rolled around Fal- mouth found themselves seeded l! A lot of re- cords were broken by this years team and Dick McEvoy holds the record for the most consecutive scoreless periods which was 11. SMC I All-Stars were: Dick McEvoy, Bob Tassan- ari, Bob Bowman, and Joel Irving. 100 VARSITY HOCKEY 1st ROW L-R- Mike Kyriakidis, Sean McEvoy, T.J. Doonan, Brian Kenney, Joel Irving, John Potter, Dickie McEvoy, Todd Souza. 2nd ROW L-R- Bob Bowman, Dennis Corr, Larry Pacheco, Bob Tassinari, Steve Church, Danny White, Brian Studley (Mgr.), Buddy Ferreira (Coach). 3rd ROW L-R- Tony Hennessy, Billy Ferreira, Jerry Grady, Kenny Sabens, Glenn O Donnell, Pat McCarty Ray Noreau (Mgr) 101 GIRLS WINTER TRACK 1st row- (1-r): Jeananne Rush, Cindy Foley, Heidi Thomson, Vicki Pina 2nd row- (1-r): Kate Toran, Suzi Austin, Angela Carroll, Liz Gumbert, Glenna Thomson, Penni Elwell, Nancy Callahan, Tricia Cullinane, John Carroll; coach 3rd row- (1-r): Barbara Pierce, Julie Foley, Jen MacKilligan, Roxanne Bolton Not Pictured: Liz Beardsley, Michelle Mederos, Lisa Peters, Kelley Rugg, Kathy Lipp, Sue Pacheco Girls Winter Track The whole 23 member team worked hard through- out the winter. It was hard work coupled with determi- nation and experience that made the State sit up and take notice of Falmouth. The girls track team copped the State Indoor Divi- sion II track title this year. Led by seniors Heidi Thomson, winner of the 50 yard dash, Jeananne Rush (5th-1000y), and Cindy Foley (5th-600y), the girls romped to the State title. Freshman Nancy Callahan (3rd-Two Mile) and Tricia Cullinane (4th-Mile) ad- ded much distance punch for Falmouth. Most valuable performers for the year were seniors Vickie Pina and Jeananne Rush. They along with Thomson and Foley were the bulwark of the team. Special note should be made of senior Heidi Thom- son who had the two fastest 50 yard dash times in the U.S. this year. Her State winning time of :06.21 is the 102 103 4 — L-R Kneeling: Tom Britt, Robbie Corey L-R Standing: Mark Diani, George Botelho, Bobby Gonsalves, Jeff Jensen, Wayne Soares, Scott Silvia, Mike Hughes, Mike Diani 104 105 Winter Sports Scoreboard BOYS WINTER TRACK FHS OPP Barnstable 54 32 Dartmouth 53 33 New Bedford 29 57 New Bedford Yoke 83 3 GIRLS WINTER TRACK Norwell loss Barnstable win Dartmouth win New Bedford Voke win New Bedford win (no scores on record) VARSITY HOCKEY FHS Acton-Boxboro 2 Durfee 4 Alumni 3 Catholic Memorial 4 Don Bosco 3 New Bedford 3 Taunton 5 D-Y 5 Somerset 6 Seekonk 5 Durfee 5 Barnstable 2 New Bedford 5 Taunton 6 Some rset 2 New Prep. 4 Barnstable 3 Tabor 3 Duxbury 3 Dover-Sherborn 5 Canton 5 Franklin 4 OPP 6 2 4 6 9 2 3 0 1 0 0 1 3 3 4 2 2 1 1 4 4 0 GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL FHS OPP D-Y 37 79 Barnstable 54 50 Barnstable 41 44 New Bedford 28 74 O.R.R. 32 64 Bishop Stang 37 68 Bourne 39 45 Wareham 35 57 New Bedford 21 78 Bishop Stang 37 64 Bourne 42 51 Wareham 42 70 GYMNASTICS Attleboro Durfee D-Y Wareham Taunton D-Y Case Barnstable Somerset FHS OPP 113.3 103.3 92.6 107.7 76.7 51.4 93.5 89.8 80.5 72.5 102.3 119.1 85.0 75.5 109.0 121.0 91.0 121.4 BOYS BASKETBALL FHS OPP Dennis-Y armouth 44 56 Taunton 45 20 Barnstable 36 52 Bourne 41 54 Wareham 45 66 Plymouth-Carver 58 82 Fairhaven 61 56 Feehan 57 62 Connolly 71 80 Dartmouth 42 57 Wareham 50 71 Taunton 58 57 Barnstable 47 54 Fairhaven 50 51 Feehan 56 74 Connolly 63 74 Dartmouth 62 55 Wareham 59 66 Bourne 67 68 Dennis-Yarmouth 46 61 ubEBf- © ' ■ . e© m Jw a a ms ey AM 11 AM 11 Front Row L-R- Sia Kanellopoulos, Jason Pecci, Middle Row L-R- Mike Ferraro, Karen Rose, Mary Alice Kearney, Kim Covino, Back Row L-R- Steve Murphy, Warren Donnelly, Tom Goulet, Mary Mac Leod, Nancy Mitcho, Sheila Travers, Ruth-Anne Baker, Carol Narbis, Colleen Kelly. A.M. Eleven is Falmouth High School’s announcement show broadcast each morning by the members of the T.V. produc- tion crew. Staffed entirely by students, the crew informs home- rooms of the notices, the lunch menu, and reminds us of up- coming events. At 7:45 this news is broadcast live on the WFHS channel, channel 1 1. Every day a different crew consisting of an audio engineer, a video engineer, two camera operators, two anchor people, and a director produce the show. A.M. Eleven tries to creatively start our day on-the-right-foot. Student Intelligencer The Student Intelligencer, published by Mr. Winer’s Jour- nalism Class, is about to start it’s 35th year. This years staff of seven, was kept busy from September to May, putting out 25 issues, with a final edition for graduation. STUDENT INTELLIGENCER Front Row L-R- Ann Daunt, Jill Sousa, Janice Gill, Maria Daigle. Back Row L-R- Jackie LeMay, Karen Schmitz, Julie St. George. The STUDENT INTELLIGENCER STUDENT INTELLIGENCER Perspective Monday through Thursday, the T.V. Journalism Class pre- pares for their weekly news show " Perspective”. Mr. Winer supervises this group, in addition to the Student Intelligenc- er. Classes are spent choosing assignments, gathering infor- mation, and filming school events. Friday the show is broad- cast live and is taped for further broadcasts during the rest of the day. " Perspective” has put out 30 to 35 broadcasts yearly for the past 8 years. The Nursery This year’s Nursery had 12 children ages 3 and 4. F.H.S. students in the Child Care Program take on responsibilities of the teacher by planning and following through with the activities for the children. While the children are in the Nursery there is Circle Time, Arts, and Crafts, Snack Time, and play outdoors, weather permitting. And what would the Nursery be without milk and cookies. Students taking this course have developed fundations that will aid them in related fields or just enjoy spending time with children. Ill Honor Society Sr. Jr The Falmouth Chapter of the National Honor Society is made up of juniors and seniors who meet the requirements of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Honor Society members tutor other students during the school day, help with new student orientation, and sponsor an " Honor Bowl” team that competes with other area schools. The Honor Society sponsors most of the spirit days, like " Hat Day” and " Maroon Day.” Their biggest project is " Flower Day”. Held near St. Valentine’s Day, students can send flowers to the one they love, or to just a friend. Forty-four juniors were inducted into the Honor Society on January 7, 1982. Mrs. Helen Peirce was the guest speaker at the ceremony. The Honor Society’s advisor is Mrs. Adele Rohe. SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY 1: Tom Britt, 2: 3: George Bothelo 4: Connie Crocker 5: Chris Funkhouser 6: 7: Ted Inohe 8: Heather Payne 9: Lauren Gibbons 10: Lisa Condon 1 1: David Gregg 12: Dan White 13: Ashley Edwards 14: Jill Sousa 15: Mark Vacaro 16: John Kendall 17: ANN Pellegrini 18: George Manning 19: David Laird 20: Chris Stulb 21: Jeff McCusker 22: Susan Hart 23: Ann Daunt 24:Jay Fink 25: Monica Gonzales 26: Lino Lima 27: Robert Lipp 28: Richard McEvoy 29: Robert Payne 30; Bill Dillon 31: Dan Webb 32: 33: Steve Church 34: Jackie Lemay 38: Isha Mustafa 39: Tom Byrd 40: Bart Dimmock 41: 42: Karen Rose. JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY 1: Karen Medeiros 2: Melissa Klink 3: Candy Kiss 4: Mary McGowan 5: John Franklin 6: Mike Hughes 7: Peter McKinley 8: Erik Hobbie 9: Tom Doyle 10: Sue Rabesa 11: Cathy Marquet 12: Billy Briggs 13: Amy Dierst 14: Corinne Cannata 15: Amy Witter 16: Jackie Tessier 17: Mrs. Adele Rohe 18: Lawrence Peirson 19: Paul Hosom 20: Tom Vaccaro 21: Mark Bourne 22: Dan Robb 23: PAT Egan 24: Peter Uchmanowicz 25: Lisa Hickey 26: Jeff Cooper 27: Peter Campbell 28: Matt Delany 29: Marjorie McEvoy 30: Susan Chirkofsky 31: Cheryl Miller 32: Karen Barrette 33: Cathy Taylor 34: Ian Bowles 35: Bobby Bowman 36: David Casso 40: Mark Bogosian 41: Eddie Murphy 42: Doreen Teixeira 112 Science Club Fair The Falmouth Science Club is comprised of science ori- ented high school students who wish to pursue various inter- ests in science. In spite of the club’s small size, they have sponsored various guest speakers from the surrounding sci- entific community, attended lectures at Harvard and MIT, reviewed films in oceanography, and toured the various industries in Falmouth. They also annually co-sponsor the Falmouth Science Fair. The club advisor is Mr. George Hussey. 1982 Officers are: Roger Hayward, President; David Gregg, Vice-President; and Nathaniel Trumbull, Secretary-Treasurer. SCIENCE CLUB Front row: David Volkman, James Myette, Roger Hayward, Bucky rrumbull, Ted Inoue. Back row: David Merson, Cathy Marquet, |ohn Rozum, David Gregg, Steve Shephard, Mindy Sweeny. 11 3 Majorettes Color Guard F.H.S. MAJORETTES Standing (L-R)- Laurie McCarthy, Traci Price, Kristen Fisher, Regina Ledwell, Wendy Guest, Lori Oser, Tammy Woodward, Kris Fernald, Kada Graham, Maureen Murphy The majorettes, headed by president Laurie Oser, secre- tary Regina Ledwell, and tresurer Tammy Woodward held practices after school and on Saturday mornings. On the Saturdays of away games they shared a bus with the color guard and gave moral support to the football team. The rookies were initiated this year by wearing night gowns, boots and carrying teddy bears. Despite the com- plaints, it really was funny. We participated in the Homecoming Parade, pep rally, and in the Christmas Parade, despite the cold weather. In December we had a Christmas party at the Golden Sails restaraunt and to top the year off, a banquet was held at the Captain Barlow House in late March. The Color Guard consists of 31 girls. They are divided into 2 groups, flags and guns. The girls are lead by advisors Mrs Dutra and Mrs. Costa. The squad worked hard this year learning all new rou- tines and were very proud of their near flawless halftime performance at the Thanksgiving game. It was then that the girls realized that all of their hard work had finally paid off. COLOR GUARD 1st row: Janet Frazier, Lisa Crago, Carrie Goux, Patty O’Malley, Roberta Press, Sherri Ingalls, Allison Toland, Michelle Phelan, Mia Phelan, Virginia McCormac, Carla Toland 2nd row: Mrs. Dutra; advisor, Susan Hart, Anne Hinkley, Kathy Gumbleton, Dawn Silvia, Kim Nunes, Sheila Travers, Melissa Klink, Elaine Gaspa, Cathy Cunha 3rd row: Lisa Cabral, Jill Irving, Annemarie Chicoine, Raquel Rodriques, Cathy Moorland, Jean Nichols, Traci Busch, Michelle Medeiros, Doreen Texiera, Nancy Berghause 114 Cheer Leaders Eleven juniors and seniors made up this years cheerlead- ing squad lead by captains Jill Souza and Kathy Sullivan. Their advisor was Mr. Dennis Marotta. The cheerleaders have done an outstanding job in representing our school, adding that extra spirit that, many times, pushed our teams on to victory. Win or lose the squads enthuisiam never waned. CHEERLEADERS, VARSITY Kneeling (1 to r)- Amy Winer, Michaela DeMello, Tara Yando, Kathy McEachern. Standing (1 to r)- Anne-Marie Donovan, Janet Bolton, Kathy Sullivan, Lisa Clough, Michelle Duarte. COMPETION WINNERS 1st row; Becky Pennington, Lisa Clough, Amy Witter Tara Yando, Candy Kiss. 2nd row: Stephanie Marks, Kristan McConnel, Kelly Rugg, Charlene McGowan. V V The F.H.S. Pep Squad is a drill team that performs with the band during half-time at Saturday’s Football Games. It consists of 50 girls from grades 9-12. Mrs. Elizabeth Hankinson is the advisor of Pep Squad. The three officers this season were: Cynthia Austin, President and Head Caller; Ann Daunt, Vice President and Junior Caller, and Lori Rossi, Secretary-Treasurer. The girls put in a lot of time and effort, and enjoy it very much. PEP SQUAD Front Row (1 to r)- Lori Rossi, Susan Pacheco, Cathy Lynds, Cynthia Astin, Ann Daunt, Amy Clough, Annie DeMello. Second Row (1 to r)- Anna Martinho, Kelley Patrick, Sheila Demello, Traci Souza, Tina Walker, Chele Costa, Karyn Harding, Helene Harney, Liz Kelley, Candy Olsen, Kate Kelly, Standing (1 to r)- Susan Oliver, Kim Eldredge, Laura Conley, Joanna Wilson, Karren Barrette, Karen Hart, Kim Gonsalves, Donna Bennett, Lisa McKee, Kim Reed, Marjorie McEvoy, Chrissy Lynch, Kared Walder, Patty Costa, Robin Manchester 115 Spanish Club The Spanish Club has met on several occasions and dis- cussed issues relating to Hispanic culture. Our next meetings will center on preparing for the Foreign Language Festival. This years officers were President-Lesly Karlson, Vice President-Maria Daigle, Secretary-Treasurer- Amy Clough. Other members are Jeanette Robinson, Lynn Anne Casey, Leslie DeFelippes, Scott Henrique, and Maura Jepson. French Club SPANISH CLUB Kneeling (1 to r)- Shuna DeMello, Warren Donnelly Front Row (1 to r)- Michaela DeMello, Maria Daigle, Isha Mustafa, Leslie Karl- son, Monica Gonzalez, Lyla Blake, Jackie Tessier, Corrine Can- nata, Sam Rollins, Kim Thorpe, Lynne Hubbard, Michelle Duarte, Back Row (1 to r)- Scott Henrique, Amy Clough, Fifi Huston, Yarek Mlodzinski, Cheryl Miller, Jeff McCusker, Mark Diani, Kristine Fernald, John Cummings, Lisa Johnson. Approximately thirty French students gather once a month for French dinners. Students in the club take turns hosting the dinners. The club members bring types of food ranging from bread to desserts to main dishes. The main purpose of the club is to unite people who share a common interest in France and its culture. FRENCH CLUB Sitting (l.-r.) Kathy Taylor, Amy Dierst, Marjorie McEvoy, Laura Conley, Ian Bowles, Eric Hobbie, Cathy Marquet, Peter Campbell, David Casso. Standing Mark Bogosian, Pat Egan, Mrs. Cotton, Susan Rabesa, Peter Cook, Mike McGowan, Tom Doyle, Mrs. Macdougall, Brian Albert. 116 Math Team MATH TEAM kneeling: David Merson Standing (1-r) ; Pat Egan, David Casso, Mary McGowan, Ian Bowles, Cathy Marquet, Andy Myette, Erik Hobbie, Paul Davis, Nate Schwartz, Gilbert Tavares, Paul Hosom, Marc Bourne, Peter Cook, Mr. Casso; advisor. " Focus” Sitting (1 to r)- Colleen Buckley, Theresa Grace, Bob Bock; in- structor, Kneeling (1 to r)- Glenn Fazino, Danny DeLile, Standing (1 to r)- Jay Pina, Peter Sage, Jeff Marotta The Falmouth High School Math Team is a group of students who enjoy competing with their skills in mathemat- ics. Mr. Tony Casso, an FHS math teacher, is the advisor and welcomes anyone who is interested. Although the students compete by taking tests, they also unite socially with stu- dents from other schools. The Math Team competes in 2 leagues. One is the New England Math League (NEML), where any student can compete, but only the 5 highest scores are sent in. This involves 6 tests by mail per year. The second league is the Southeastern Math Conference (SMC) where there are 2 teams of 5 students each. This involves 4 meets per year at different schools throughout the Cape and a playoff, which is an off-Cape meet. " Sources” Seated (1 to r), Robin Speroni, Bernice Briggs, Mary Peters. 2nd row. Cliff Brann, Sarah Osborne, Brendan Richards. 3rd row, Ellen Barol - Teacher, Paul Buckley, Patty Santiago, Randy Patter- son, Debby Costa. " New Birth” Chorus Chamber Choir F.H.S. CHORUS Row 1: Faith Antunes, Betsy Robinson, Katie Conley, Chris Chance, Joyce Filling, Kim Covino, Aaron Sinewitz, Erik Stephens, Heidi Thomson, Rachel Castellon, Molly Norton, Wendy Patter- son, Laurel Watkins. Row 2: Becky Selleck, Mark Bogosian, Jeff Johnsen, Gary Hennemuth, Deanna Barrows. Row 3: Doris Har- grove, Jennifer Connors, Connie Simpson, Joanna Murphy, Eric Johnson, Chris Plummer, Ann-Marie Williamson, Allyson Ryan, Jennifer Duggan, Marion Smith, Barbara Warden. Row 4: Ann Pellegrini, Lisa Condon, Martha S. Dumas, David R. Lafond, Kevin Walsh, Carol Hudon, Sherri Nichols, Judith Pimental. OUT OF PICTURE: Steve Murphy, Dan Sullivan, Ashley Edwards, Colleen Kelley. PIANIST: John Franklin. DIRECTOR: Elaine C. Fortin. CHORUS OFFICERS President and Resident Wit: Ann Pellegrini; Vice President: Ashley Edwards Secretary and Eminent Librarian: Steve Murphy Librarian and Eminent Secretary: Joanna Murphy Tresurer: Marion Smith Officer-At-Large: Mark Bogosian CHORUS This year’s edition of the FHS Chorus and the Repertory Singers was one of the most talented singing groups in all Cape Cod. Under the direction of Mrs. Elaine Fortin, the group showed tremendous character all year. The Christ- mas, Exchange, and " Springsing” concerts were all praised for excellence in performance. Three Rep Singers had the opportunity to sing in the All- State Music Festival in Lowell last March. Steve Murphy, Faith Antunes, and David Lafond went there and represent- ed FHS well. To the chorus of next year, good luck and knock ’em dead!!!!! Best fishes, Steve Murphy 118 Stage Band THE MARCHING BAND The Marching Band was under the direction of Mr. Den- nis Marotta and assistant-director, Joseph Studley. This year the band played more challenging pieces than that of past years, such as " Softly” and " Pictures of Spain” In spite of the increased difficulty, the band performed successfully, and Mr. Marotta plans to use the same arrangements in further competition next fall. The band’s main event was the Exchange Concert, which took place in New Hampshire. Three days were spent in concert and listening to their hosts perform. Spare time was spent enjoying the surrounding mountains. F.H.S. BAND 1st row — Julie Marotta, Tyrone Williams, Carl Bohnert, John Drew, Steve Way, Paul Simpson, Timmy Kryczec, Troy Martin, Joseph McLeish, Paul Cooper, Michelle Perry 2nd row — Brian Jones, Philip D’Orio, Peter Cook, Teddy Cooper, Scott Thrasher, John Jackson, Danny Frye, Pat Geary, Tim Skully, Nancy Callahan. 3rd row — Randy Fink, Kim Toldness, Jenny Crocker, Melanie Phillips, Aaron Sinewitz, Kim Dottridge, Lisa Busch, Sebastian Merski, Steve Me Keon, Michael Perry, Peter Campbell, 4th row — Steffen Strifler, Maura Callahan, Jana DaSilva, Sheila Clifford, Karla Wegahaupt, Jennifer Clark, Sue Cherkofsky, Christine Woodward, Maria Mauk, Kathy Grinnell, Nancy Bishop, Kim Covino 5th row — Kathy Taylor, Julie Wagoner, Michael Marotta, Mary McGowan, Cheryl Miller, Jane Mello, Laura Seal, Mary LaFond, Lisa Anderson, Melanie Raposa, Heidi Mrusek, Karen Farrington. 6th row — Stephanie Lackey, Amy Dierst, Ray Burke, Chris Campbell, Jean Azarovitz, Barbara Grinnell, Janice Dutra, Jenny Delinks, Kathy Daviz, Sandy Van Allen, Cathy Sylvia, Christy Grant 120 Town Meeting The Student Town Meeting is the vehicle through which students can make changes in school policies. Ideas for the Town Meeting are taken from the student body. They are edited by the Warrant Committee and put on a warrant. The articles on the warrant are put before the high school at a Town Meeting. There are four of them a year. " Senior passes” came about after an article was passed by the Town Meeting. This is just one example of how changes are made by the student body. The Student Town Meeting is modeled after the Falmouth Town Meeting. Falmouth High was the only school with a town meeting for a long time, but other schools, like Old Rochester, followed our lead. This year’s moderator was Anne Pellegrini. The advisor to the Town Meeting is Mrs. Marie Doyle. 122 Town Meeting Warrant Committee WARRAT COMMITTEE First Row (I to r)- Justine Stokes, Molly Norton, Ann Pelligrini, Eddie Moniz, Second Row (1 to r)- Jay Zmuda, Marjorie McEvoy, Susie Austin, Jennni Lopes, Susie Rabesa, David LaFond The Student Advisory Board consists of students who are elected in the spring by the student body. These students act as a liason between the high school and the School Committee. They give reports of the various committees and of the " Town Meeting” to the School Com- mittee, and they let the administration know how students feel on certain issues. This year the Student Advisory Board passed out questionaires on Proposition 2 x h to get students’ opinions. One member of the Student Advisory Board attends each School Committee Meeting and participates in the discus- sion. This year John Kendall was the chairman of the Student Advisory Board, and the faculty advisor was Mrs. Marie Doyle. 123 Key Club KEY CLUB Standing ( 1st row I to r)- Mark Ledger, Steve Lawrence-pres., Joel Irving-vice pres. 2nd row (1 to r)- Steve Walt , Kenny Gonye, Greg McDonald, John Reine, Brian Atchue. 3nd row (1 to r)- Mike Martin, Dean Cloninger, Andy McKenzie, Mike Rearden, John Souza, Jim Harrington. Back row (1 to r)- Jeff Adams, Mike McGowan, Dan Conley, Ed Moniz, Craig Clarkin, Mike Nortin, Brian Albert, Advisor- Gus. Giardi. Lookout Club The Key Club is a community service group in association with the Falmouth Kiwanis Club. Their purpose is to pro- vide school and community service by the members. Mr Giardi, the Key Club advisor, stated that " The club must carry out seven major community or school activities.” This year the activities included Christmas caroling, working as guides at FHS open house, spring clean-up, working with Special Olympics and donating funds to the Ronald Me Donald House. The Key Club consists of 28 members all active in a variety of school extra-curriculum programs as well. The officers were Steve Lawrence, President; Eric Mello, Vice President; Joel Irving, Treasurer and Bob Lipp, Secretary. The Falmouth High School Lookout Club is a club of girls that serves the community and sponsors many activities for Falmouth High School. It is made up of 40 girls and advisor, Mrs. Joan Tansey. The club meets twice a month to discuss its upcoming events. It usually works with the FHS Key club in its social events. The Lookout Club has an annual Loo- kout Fair, Fashion Show, sponsors a Roller Skating night and also works at a Bloodmobile. The club also has other money raisers in which the club’s money is used for scholar- ships for its seniors. The Lookout Club has 5 officers: Presi- dent - Molly Norton; Vice-President - Judy Irving; Corre- sponding Secretary - Pippy Duce; Treasurer - Kathy McEa- chern; and Recording Secretary - Jennifer Lopes. The club has a demerit system in which a certain amount of demerits is allowed and all the girls’ involvements and appreciations are recorded. Lookout Tryouts are at the end of the year, usually in mid-May. Girls may tryout from the end of their Freshman year to the end of their Junior year for the follow- ing year’s involvement. LOOKOUT CLUB Sitting (1 to r)- LeNan Casey, Pippi Duce-Sec., Sheila Clifford, Charlene McGowan, Carrie Goux, Jana DaSilva, Marjorie McEvoy, Kim Thorpe, Kathy McEachern- Trea., Roberta Press, Ann Daunt, Jill Souza, Chris Delaney, Sarah Gregory, Standing (1 to r)- Diane McKenzie, Kristen Tearney, Lisa Craigo, Jackie Tessier, Kim Alves, Kelly Tearney, Caryn Pakraka, Julie Marotta, Chris Frazier, Laura Conley, Ms. Tansey, Molly Norton-Pres. 124 AFS Club AFS (The American Field Service) is an organization which sponsors foreign students for a year in Falmouth and also sends some of our students to foreign countries for varying periods of time. This year is the nineteenth year in which Falmouth has participated, during which we have hosted almost thirty students and sent twelve abroad. The AFS club usually has two international banquets to help raise money, as well as many small parties. Annually it sponsors a " Caroling-On-The-Green” just before Christmas. The AFS club is led by advisor Mr. Dewitt C. Jones III. A.F.S. CLUB 1st row: Monica Gonzalez, Crista Frimount 2nd row: Cathy Mar- quet, David LaFond, Wendy Martyna, Katie Conley, Karen Schmitz, Lauren Gibbons, Ashley Edwards, 3rd row: Dan -Robb, Lisa Anderson, Heather Payne, Joanna Murphy, Mark Bogosian, Sean Riley, Faith Antunes, Anne Pellegrini, Lisa Condon, Kevin Lange, Edith Bowles. Honor Bowl Honor Bowl is a team of people who compete with Honor Bowl teams from other towns such as Dennis- Yarmouth, Harwich, Barnstable, Bourne, and Wareham. During the school year they play at other schools or act as host for a tournament at home. The Honor Bowlers, led by president Ann Pellegrini, try to gain points by answering questions worth varying amounts. Our Honor Bowl team, advised by Mrs. Adele Rohe, has been very successful and in its many years of existence it has gained the respect of many other towns. HONOR BOWL 1. to r. Eric Hobbie, Mrs. Adele Rohe- advisor, Ian Bowles, Ann Pellegrini, Peter Uchmanowicz, and Patrick Egan. 125 15 v PReppvj U) ocAsVo % Hoi la,c (li Y y n •n N . 9 QfQ r 130 GIRLS TENNIS Kneeling (L-R) Jennifer Lopes, Cathy Lynds, Lisa Crago, Chris Frazier, Jessica Robideau, Jenny Lynds, Merideth Dowd, Kim Nunes Standing (L-R) Kathy Taylor, Barbara Pierce, Dawn Silvia, Ellen Bisdera, Andrea Bennet, Eileen Frazier, Carol Landry, Jean Azarovitz, Brenda Crago, Melissa Gay, Coach Mr. Commolli The girls Tennis team had a strikingly good season in 1982. With a season record of 11-3 and a league record of 8-2, the team faired rather well. The girls qualified in the tournament, but were beaten by Franklin in the second round, 3-2. Individually, team members made some admirable achievements. 1 singles player, Chris Frazier, made the semi-finals in the Eastern Mass. Individuals. She has been called an utterly outstanding player and rightfully so. 2 and 3 top singles players were Jessica Robideau and Lisa Crago, respectively. Coach Dennis Commoli stated that these three seniors held the team together. The dou- bles pair of Jenny Lynds and Kim Nunes held the 1 spot in the team doubles. Alternating pairs Cathy Lynds, Kathy Taylor, and Melissa Gay held 2. This was a team of dedicated girls w ho demonstrated sportmenship, determination, and talent in their success- ful 1982 season. Falmouth Lacrosse Club The Lacrosse program at Falmouth High School really took off in 1982 . Student participation was tremendous. Over 60 boys joined the club, and many of them were new- comers! In fact, the club was so large that it had to be divided into two groups; the Rookies and the Veterans. Captains Joel Irving, Robert Paine, and Brian McManus provided superb team leadership, and the club will surely miss both their skills and dedication. As the program continues to grow, so does the quality of competition we compete against. For the very first time, our Veterans defeated Tabor Academy. We also recorded our first shut out ever with a win over Waltham. And although we didn’t beat either Weymouth or Needham, both of those teams made the State Playoffs, with Needham barely losing in the Finals. Our Rookies turned in some gutsy performances, with tough losses to Tabor and Barnstable, but capped off their season with a solid win over Falmouth Academy. VARSITY LACROSSE Sitting L to R Tim Doonan, Dan Conely, Peter Uchmanowicz, Mike Callahan, Tim Scozzari, Philip Motta, Pete Chambers, Standing L to R Ward Fraser, Tim Egan, Jeff Cooper, Mike Martin, Steve Way, Steve Walsh, Brad Hobson, Brian McManus, Bob Paine, Pat Egan, Kenny Gonye, Elliot Rappaport, Stuart Funkhouser, Chris Campbell, Eddie Kelleher, Coach Barry Sadoff GIRL S VARSITY SOFTBALL Standing- back row (1-r)- Coach- Fred Toran, Brenda Atkins Margie Coughlin, Fifi Houston, Stephanie Kelly, Assistant Coach- A1 Kolodziejski, Kim Alves, Holly Souza Standing- middle row (1-r)- DiDi Johnson, Melissa Grace, Jennifer Duggan, Jackie Tessier, Sam Rollins, Mary LaFond Kneeling- Captains- Lynnette Andrade, Judy Irving 134 MggM§ H ttty Girls Softball This was a rebuiling year in Varsity Girls Softball. Only 4 girls returned from last years team of 17 players. The team was lead by captains Lynnette Andrade and Judy Irving. Falmouth was in most games and for a few runs here and there the team would have played 500 ball. Top game of the season was a win over O.R.R. 3-2 with Judy Irving slugging in the winning runs after two were out in the last inning. Top batters for Falmouth were Lynette Andrade, Judy Irving, Stephanie Kelly and DiDi Johnson. The outlook for the future is bright with 8 stating lettermen returning for next year. Dedication and enthu- siasism will be the keys to the teams future success. 137 Kneeling (1. to r.) Coach Dana Miskell, David Keene, Rob Mitchell, Mark Diani, Mike Gagnon. Standing, David Merson, Dan Robb, Frank Nunes, James Taylor, Brian Dionne, Ted McGuire. 139 Sitting (1 to r)- Dan White, Shawn Almeida, George Manning, Ricky Gumbert, Duane Schouler, Bohby Gonsalves, Robbie Costa-Manager Sitting 2nd row (1 to r)- John Duddy, Billy Ferreria, Tony Baker, Scott Silvia, Kevin Conners, Glen O’ Donnell Sitting 3rd row (1 to r)-J. McCauley-Coach, Mike Graham, John Haddad, Mike Simpson, Dennis McLaughlin- Manager, Paul Mauk, B. Cranshaw- Coach Boys Varsity Baseball The Falmouth Varsity Baseball team captured it’s first ever SMC Div. I title with an eight-inning 6-5 win over Barnstable at Fuller Field. The season ended with a 10-inning 2-1 loss to B.C. High in the E Mass Tour- nament quarterfinals. The Clippers were 12-2 in their league and 15-4 overall. The pitchers were lead by the performance of senior Rick Gumbert (later drafted by the Yankees), and senior George Manning won the league batting title. Contributions by seniors Kevin Connors, Scott Sil- via, Dan White, and Duane Schouler provided leader- ship for the underclassmen. Infielders Wayne Soares, Shawn Almeida, Glenn O’Donnell and Mike Simpson provided a steady de- fense, and the outfield was patrolled by Bobby Gon- salves, Mike Graham and Tony Baker. 140 142 BOY’S SPRING TRACK Kneeling (1-r)- Paul Simpson, Mark Ebenfield, Dennis Cullinane, Kenny Sabens, Peter Leddy, Andy Myette, Tim Farrell Standing (1-r)- Chris Smith, Mike Sloane, Josh Phillips, Mike Barrows, Craig Clarkin, Dickie McEvoy, Gregory Fortes, Charles Stulb, Kenny Johnson, Coach- Gus Giardi BOYS SPRING TRACK SPEICAL AWARDS ACHIEVEMENTS Cillinane, Funkhouser, Barrows- All Stars SMC I Cape Islands Class Finals- Cullinane 1st- 1 mile; Funkhouser 1st- 880; Barrows 2nd- HJ State Finals: Cullinane- 4th 1 mile; Funkhouser- 5th 880; Barrows- DNC (did not compete) WOW! GREAT! FANTASTIC! UNDE- FEATED!! INVITATIONAL CHAMPS! STATE CHAMPS AGAIN!!! The girls track team lead by seniors Vicki Pina, Jeananne Rush and Cindy Foley had another banner year. They went undefeatd in the SMC I girls league for the seventh consecutive year. They won the Falmouth Invitational this year, beat- ing all the best teams in the state. GIRLS SPRING TRACK 1st row (1-r): Liz Gumbert, Tricia Cullinane, Nancy Callahan, 2nd row (1-r): Mia Phelan, Glenna Thompson, Kelley Rugg, Vicki Pina, Cindy Foley, Jeananne Rush, Pennie Elwell, Patti O’Leary, 3rd row (1-r): Lynn Simoneau, Jen McKilligan, Annemarie Chicoine, Liz Beardsley, Mari Zylinski, Holly Souza, Kristen Tierney, Megan Patrick 4th row (1-r): Lisa Peters, Roxanne Bolton Not pictured: Kelley Patrick, Carrie Goux, Darlene Johnson, Lynda Roache, Debbie Brand, Kathy Lipp, Sue Pacheco, Christina Porteous, Conni Crocker, Kelley Tierney, Suzi Austin, Allison McGuire, Cindy Walker, Barbara Warden, Maura Callahan, Mgr. They dominated the state Class B meet in the rain at Lawrence again State Champs for three years running. The balance of the team was evidenced in the strong show- ing on the State level as Falmouth scored in 11 of 14 events: Roxanne Bolton (3rd HJ), Lisa Peters (3rd Discus), Tricia Cullinane (3rd 2 mile), Vicki Pina (2nd LJ; 3rd 220; relay), Nancy Callahan (2nd mile; relay), Jeananne Rush (3rd 880; relay), Cindy Foley (2nd 440; Relay), Liz Gumbert (2nd 100; relay) Kelly Rugg (relay), Mia Phelan (relay), Genna Thomson (relay). Senior Vicki Pina was the Most Valuable Performer during the season. She and the other outstanding seniors, Cindy Foley and Jeananne Rush have surely left marks for others to try and follow. Hurray VP, CF, and JR!!!!!!!! 145 Spring Sports Scoreboard GIRLS TENNIS Attleboro D-Y New Bedford Dartmouth Barnstable Duxbury Bishop Stang Attleboro D-Y Bishop Stang New Bedford Barnstable Dartmouth Franklin FHS OPP 4 1 BOYS TENNIS FHS OPP Duxbury Sandwich Attleboro Tabor D-Y New Bedford Dartmouth Barnstable Stang Tabor Old Rochester D-Y Old Rochester D-Y Stang New Bedford Dartmouth Barnstable GIRLS SOFTBALL FHS Opponent Ply mouth-Carver Bourne O.R.R. Dartmouth New Bedford Barnstable D-Y Case NON LEAGUE GIRLS SPRING TRACK FHS OPP Wareham 77 39 Old Rochester 73 45 New Bedford 76 42 Attleboro 63 55 Seeknok 69 42 Barnstable 76 42 Dennis-Yarmouth 66 52 GOLF Sandwich FHS 6 OPP 3 Tabor 482 473 Chatham 8 2 2 Bourne 6 3 Stang 6 2 2 ' 2 Dennis- Y armouth 5 2 3‘ 2 New Bedford 4 5 Somerset 8 1 Barnstable 8 1 Bourne 7 2 Durfee 4 2 4V4 Stang 8 1 Dennis- Yarmouth 7 2 1 1 2 Tabor 7 5 New Bedford 4 5 Chatham 5 4 Barnstable 4 5 Durfee 8 2 Vi LACROSSE Falmouth vs. Needham 14-3 L Falmouth vs. Tabor 5-4 W Falmouth vs. Waltham 12-0 W Falmouth vs. Weymouth 9-4 L Falmouth vs. Tabor 6-1 L Falmouth vs. Framingham 8-3 L BOYS SPRING TRACK FHS OPP Somerset 78 67 Attleboro 63 82 D-Y 67 78 Barnstable 70 75 Taunton 77 68 New Bedford 47 98 BASEBALL Bourne Coyle New Bedford Somerset Attleboro Taunton Durfee D-Y Barnstable New Bedford Somerset Attleboro Taunton Durfee D-Y Barnstable O. R. R. TOURNAMENT PL A Y B-C High 3 1 FHS OPP 18 2 6 1 8 7 6 8 6 5 7 1 3 2 6 1 9 7 4 1 19 4 1 5 22 3 5 1 7 3 5 4 1 8 1 2 147 Lynnette Andrade Softball CCA ters Co d d in J’s J Wood’s Hole Football Sea of Madness-Moose- Obscured By Couds-Get Back Scott E. Adams Vineyard ’81 Vermont ’82 Quar- Sheila Allen Steven Almeida Faith Antunes " Faithlit” " Grease” " Music, Peo- ple and Nature make the world go around” rep Singers All-State Fes- tival " Thanks Bruce” R.A. Cynthia C. Astin P.V. Pepsquard Pres. GLG’s Dust- er to Best Friends and Good Times Kinyon-Campbell Figen Ayper Charles Baldic Michael C. Barrows Michael J. Barrows Lisa Bauer Steven Banner Varsity Football Varsity Track Party High Jump MG MB DC Rui Pete " 82” 6’6” Mugs Basketball Roller Skating Camaro Nancy Janet M. Bolton " JB” Kim Botelho Mark Botelho Michael Blanchard JV Varsity Cheerleading Loo- kout Club 8675309 Shultzie With ML Raysen RL ML LS BJ EM RG Copycenter Brian Forever March 28 Plymouth Furylll Jogger Edith Bowles Tom Britt Basketball 4 yrs Baseball 2 yrs If You Want Something Nothing’s Impossible Yeah GB Florida Get Down On It 242 MD Arinda Anne Bowman Aurora Briggs Betty! Greg! Friends Wild Parties Jen, Jo, And Lisa FNH Color Guard Flag Caller J W Here I Come! Thank-You Mon Dad! Sharon Briggs John C. Burke (Animal) JC Fresh yr Yo Adrian CR DC By Rp Lc JS SD Such Is Life Brake On Through To The Other Side Chappy Party I Can’t Belive It’s Over Willard J. Burkhart Thomas Byrd Senior Superlative Most Musical Ritchie Rohe Karyn Rose to u Pa 152 Christopher Byron Lyanne Camire Liza M. Cabral Color Guard Yearbook CTS 5 Unicorns Toga-Bryant ' 81’ Believe it or not people do look up to me . . . Midgets!!! Bye! Philip Campbell U.S.M.C. Weekend Warrior Kevin Callahan Kerri Lyn Cardoza What ' s up ML SD PR AT Parties Molson Micks Wine Barbering School A Winner Never Quits And A Quiter Never Wins. Susan G. Callahan Here’s Looking At You Kid Susie- Q Carol Hudon Mr. Farren Rita Mr. Clark Mrs. McHenry Mike Herlihy Bridget Carroll 153 Douglas Chisholm Stephen M. Church Jerome Clarida Amy E. Clough Soccer Hockey Math Club Honor Society Eagle Scout Friendships N. Falmouth Parties A.F. L.S. Pep Squard Spanish Club Ballet Snack-Time Early-Dismissal- Rays ME! Ad Morrzy Katherine Conley Kathy Ann Coe Kristen A. Collis Lisa J. Condon G T’s 151 and Diet Dr. Pepper Les Femmes Fuschia ' tout le mal dont je suis capable’ Senior Superlative Most Likely to Succeed John Kendall Ann Pelligrini 154 Kevin Connors Robert Corey Dennis M. Corr Kerry A. Corr Rui Correia Soccer 4 yrs-state tourney-80, 81. The Moose is Loose JF MJB SH AB LE MN LC CP Jacqueline Marie Costa Benatar Concert, Waterville-Ski- ing, Weekends: JS ED DM MD AT SD YD " Life Is too short, so why waste precious time” Lisa M. Crago Tennis Lookout Color Guard-Ban- quet with the-Punkettes VM MP SH Echo 96 NHS TF-VM " Tomor- row is a dream that leads me on- ward” Richard Cunha Debra Marie Cusolito Who’s Who Badmitten 3 Soccer- Nantucket-Beach Go-fly-a-kite! 9 absances-when is vacation? read- ing Pictures-in tents CC SLAPPTM! Sherry Day Lisa Anne Cusolito Maria L. Daigle Ann M Daunt Who’s Who-Duncan Donuts Books Steno Conni Holly Cindy Take Ten Read Smut SPEEBC Any food Mr. J? SSLLFA quick check bye Sec-Tres ' 82 Pep Squard Loo- kout Club HOnor Society " In- telligencer” " Grease” BC ME! AC Snack-Time! and CM Kim DeBettencourt Christine Delaney Daniel A. Delisle July 25 81 Nov 26 82 Apr 9 82 Rod If you love something set it free if it Comes back to you it’s yours if not it never was! Senior Superlative Most Humorous Michelle Phelan George Manning 156 Robert Dell Isola Della Football Track Golf This is the Modern World. See You Later Bull Mucka Pete Elmo Maxi and Mr Int and Alison Dorothy E. DeMello (Dot) Roma 81 Bermuda 82! Take it to the Limit I Get By With a little Help From My Friends See You In the Cosmos! Deja vu Jeffrey DeMello n ' f Weez Sugar Magnolia Jimi H. Mojo Will The Wild Ever Remem- ber The Names it Has Blown In The Past? Shawna A. DeMello Don’t Stop Thinking About To- morrow, Yesterday’s Gone. Ski Clubjazz P.B. Concert Chuckie Babes ML MD KC AT WS CC MC DM Farrell Despres JL JP MA Yearbook CCA DOWN Trunkriver PEBS and FUFF McD’s Have A Nut Hockey Games Every Now And Then . . . Massive Lush Christopher D’Este Yvonne Maria Deuser " There’s No Place Like Rome!!!” With Mr. P Pop DD LC AR JP SB Fizz With JR CM X-Mas Trees; U Mass LD We Made It!!! 157 David DiFrancesco William Dillon Richard Dimmock Warren M. Donnelly TV Studio-Assistant General Mangaer Spain-Portugal 1982 Lacrosse Club 10, 11 Harbor Club-Treasurer Annmarie Donovan Michele J. Duarte Janice Dutra Linda " Leenda” Eklund Mitch Spain ' 82’ Cheerleading 4yrs Ski Club Summer ' 81’ T.B. For- eigner 4 242 Forever MIC Lites SD MD JC AT HBT ML SH Figureskating Photography year- book Claremont, NH I Don’t Care What people think 36 bits are here to stay Hi AH BP JBBYEF Senior Superlative Most Athletic Lori Raymond Richard Me Evoy (not pictured) 158 ermont Hockey Games The am Quarters Club D D in J J : ootball Concerts PBMPSWKJ Spunky Band MLWKDAMB June2 44odc Sum- mernights CAC 228 Hyannis PI- SYWSDDCJP Tasha Teaticket School Roof I Musta Got Lost Joseph A. Farland 111 Michael A. Ferraro Daniel P. Ferreira Alec Fink ootball 4 years Hockey 2 years tate Photo-Joe Asst. Trainer ly Friends RC MJB MB SL ML IB CP General Manager TV Studio Per- spective Director Space Shuttle Fan Columbia Varsity-Soccer Wrestling Nat. Honor Society Math Team Parties Graduation Girls Summer Forever! Jay Jackson Fink Class Marshall Soccer: JV Capt. Var. mgr Honor Society Sec Treas Jabberwock " Who The Sam Hill His The PostToasties?” Mark A. Fragale Teresa Finn Theresa Fish Terry It’s Been Real And It’s Been Fun, But It Hasn’t Been Real Fun! Dean Junior, Here I Come! MJ Cynthia M. Foley Christine A. Frazier " Fraz” Varsity Tennis Field Hock- ey Lookout VP Sugarloaf! Echo ZMass " Prep” 4 Sail Christa Frimout Rotary Exchange Student: Belgium JJRR Grease " Styx” Yellow Legal The Andersons " S”ank You! See Y’all Later!!! Christopher T. Funkhouser Senior Superlative Most Attractive Ann Daunt Eric Mello 160 Lauren Elizabeth Gabriel Gib- bons Pedro Gracia Kristi A. Garner Paul S. Geary Janice Gill Kevin Gilmartin HS Performing Arts: West ide Story, Can-Can, Pippin, irease Jabberwock AFS Club itelligencer Dan Bat-Jan Ice- ream Patrick Consalves Monica I. Conzalez 161 Gerald P. Graci Juanita Guess " Kevin Always” Love You Babe! Animals Rock-n-Roll Partying Later On! David W. Gregg Sarah B. Gregory " Brown” SR Pres. CWP Lookout Pep-Squard CD JS 1:30 RRJK GLG’s " Yesterday” Ladies-Night B-Town Prep Tab Found Memo- ries Barbara-Ann Grinnell " Babs” Band Graphics To: FC JD SW GG Thanks For the Good Times! " Happy Times May Come and Go, But Memories Last Forever” Good Luck Senior Superlative Most School Spirit Cathy Lynds Steve Lawrence 162 Jonathan D. Hall Damon T. Handy Joanne Happenny Susan E. Hart Colorguard Banquet! Lookout Echo 94 NHS Tootall " Ahoy There” July ' 8T " Love ia A For- ever Friendship” CL VM LC JH " Cuties” 163 Theodore D. Inoue Lynn E. Hubbard Joel T. Irving Carol A. Hudon Echo 89 If You Love Something Set It Free If It Comes Back To You It’s Yours If It Doesn’t It Nev- er Was Sara Osborn Linda Hudon Jeffrey M. Jensen v, 7 Maura Jepsen Captain (Hockey, Soccer, La- crosse) Key Club-Treas. Quarters Club Hello Jam Senior Superlative Most Dramatic Ashley Edwards Ritchie Rohe 164 Cheryl A. Johnson Gregg W. Jordan Annemarie Josephs cr Laura B. Johsen Paul Joyce USMC PFC PJ LP Linus Tracy PW H S PI Mom Weymouth Millers I I 5 Nov. 10 Nov. 8 April 27 May l 25th NTC KL PE TA FA BP TF EP Rock All Lesley Beth Karlson Gymnastics Co-Capt. Field Hockey 3 yrs Spanish Club-VP Pres Spain ’82 Class Marshal Steve W Mav 1 23 82 LR ATF lG 2 Min Stephen J. Kearney Vincent H. Keenan 165 Edward Kelleher Sean D. Kelly John Kendall Brian D. Kinsella Lacrosse C.C.C. Summer ' 81’ Quar- ters Club Mass. Maritime Southern Rock BP House Parties The Gar- den Yo Adrian MTB BG BC T L War Wagon Party 69 RD JDJW JC Got A Buck For Gas? Have A Coke And A Smile TL Chap Man Do Lauren Chairman Student Ad. Brd. Class Hon Soc. VP Football Jabber- wock 3 Musketeers RR BP-Van- Plan B, Amies SG JS DL 5 22 82 JW Vineyard ‘81’ Vermont ' 82’ Quarters DD in J J’s The Who! Marines Moose PTYP 4W WHF Richard Kirtley Michael R. Korzeniecky Joanne Labute David R. Lafond Skiing Officer Ossipee 24oz Kari Cars Journey Golf MS MC AF AT Life In The Fast Lane Skiing Go Nuts Harbour Spunky Tastee Scooping January 16 Nicely Done Bang Sundays Bos- ton AM Looser No Problem Good Times Lambrusco SP AQBBF " Can-Can” " Grease” Jonni’s Guyana Punch . . . Thanks Bruce 151 and Dr. Pepper Ser- vice With A Smile " So I . . . Uh!” Senior Superlatives Most Friendly Chris Delaney Eric Mello 166 II David L. Laird Kevin W. Lange Anne Langevin Melissa L. Larrey " Mel” " Is That Larid?!” JK 143-JS SR Class Play DA-NA-NA Honor Society Soccer Skiing Minn. Outward Bound (190-160) Mailbox-JK Stage Band Lighting Crew AFS Club (FF) Canada HK Naui SYZ YGY Annie Band FNSE Slam Midas Frank Tickled Pink Shemore DRBHWJ Red’s House Twermp Rollerskating Skating Jr. Rep. 867-5309 Schultz With JB Jeff Always Forever Let The Good Times Roll SD JB MD KC WS CJ SH TB AT Stephen B. Lawrence Holly A. Leach Regina M. Ledwell Mark Leger Captain of Football Pres. Of Key Club Spring Winter Track LK Your Really Special " Reality’s So Hard” The Jam Joe Student Intelligencer CA CC LC DC DK SK AG 4C’s Hawk Dunkin Donuts Best of Luck To All My Friends See You Soon KV Majorettes (Secretary) Medical Careers Club Secret Missions JM LR My Cutie The Three Stooges CM SKID SA Mario Cranny MR D Mugzy GG Football Key Club Track Shot PSC 167 Jacqueline M. Lemay Gregory Lemmon Donna Carol Lewis Lino J. Lima Jacqueline M. Linhares (Jackie) Pres. Medical Careers Club Chic Fashion Club Parties Beach Wine CJ SF JL DB " Friends Should Stay Friends Forever.” Robert F. Lipp Football Track Tennis Key Club (Secretary) Sr. Class Play Spanish Club " Don’t Be Afraid To Say What You Feel” Happiness Is The Key To Success PR Life Is The Most Valuable Pos- session One Could Have PR Brenda M. Long LH DS MC Best Of Friends We Have To Believe In Rainbows!!! Honor Society French Club UN History Club DECA VP Chicago ’ 82 ’ " Remember Yes- terday, Think About Tomor- row, But Live Today” Mark Lutz Senior Superlative Most Artistic Katie Conley Mark Whelan 168 Catherine O. Lynds Jenifer M, Lynds (Jenny) Joanne E. Macedo Jeffrey S. MacKilligan Pepsquad Lookout Varsity Ten- nis " Twins” " Ahoy There” July ’81 Today Is Much Too Pre- cious To Think Of Tomorrow SH JR LCTS Pepsquad Varsity Tennis 3 20 81 CD W K, MW Mich Lgt Weekends w JR Astbqis Twin FTEOT A Smile Is Worth A Million Words Tumbleweed Hutzle Tweets AF LS DM EM 22 MA Hyannis Quarters Where’s The Party? Up And Out Football Capt. Basketball Vaulting Spearin Fishin Skol-LR LO Deli- cious NY NY Amon-Re LD QC MH GHP BHS J R-Club The Boat EM Leif Manheim Deborah R. Manning George J. Manning Evelyn March Honor society Baseball-Capt Sum- mer Time Cruisin’ " I Have Noth- ing To Declare But My Genious And Humility” Julie A. Marotta Maryann K. Marshall Philip C. Martin Jeffrey Marotta Track Class Marshall " 81” Stage- Band Lookout Best Of Times Ski Loon MP RR CC JAM Squish Ge- nie " Go-For-It” Christopher Martiros Gwendolyn Martyna Brett A. Maxwell Patrick E. McCarthy Vermont 82 Quarters Club The Jam At The Orpheum CH 3 CH, OH Agent Orange . . . With All The Fixins’ Senior Superlative Most Individualistic Justine Stokes Chris Funkhauser 170 1 -4 1 Virginia McCormack Jeffrey McCusker Kathleen A. McEachern Richard M. McEvoy ' olorguard Banquet! Pizza- ut-Laughing With The Best Of riends LC SH RP MP Echo 2 94 PG And The Best Of ' hese Gifts Is Love Steven E. McKean ' Stick” The Who SMU Next Year The Harbour Club Quar- ers With CCW The Apt Best Hass Vball I, II, III, IV, I Love EAS National Honor Society Spanish Club Quarters Club Vineyard " 81” Vermont ”82” DD In MJ WHP MH PTYP 4W Babson . t r " v ’ Dennis J. McLaughlin Brian Kevin McManus Lacrosse 10, 11 Capt 12 Crew 11, 12 Debating Team 9, 12 Leg in Cast nshs The Clash Sledge " Wel- come To The Working Week” E. Costello " The Mind Cannot Imagine What The Body Can Endure” Ftball Hockey Vault Amon-Re J R Club Spear’n And My Special Friend SMR Eric J. Mello Cross-Country Captain Winter Track Captain Spring Track JV Baseball Key Club Vice President Echo 97 Windjammer " Reckless” V Maureen Mitchell Yarek Z. Mlodzinski Patrick S. Mone Stephen Mone You Have To Be Happy With Yourself Before You Can Male Others Happy New York Is Where My Heart Is At Herv Columbia 6- 13-79 Patricia S. Moniz Lisa J. Monteiro Christine M. Morley Anthony Morris Senior Superlative Senior Superlative Most Intelligent Ann Pelligrini James Myette (not pictured) Steven A. Murphy Bonnie L. Nixon Raymond L. Noreau Sr. Class VP Hockey Football Key Club Jabberwock Grandpa 1-4-3 Amy Waterskiing with AD SJ KT DJ MC CL JL Don’t Stop Believing M. Molly Norton Moll’s Lookout Pres. Sugarloaf Jabberwoc Echo 87 94 Skiing All- School -Musicals Seniors Laugh!!! - 4-3 To All My Friends Patricia Murphy rennis Musicals Lifeguarding Senior Lounge Nursing " Isha Prinshessa” Don’t Call Me ' Molf” Isha Ann Mustafa Pepsquad MCC VP Lookout Hon- or Society Honor Guard " Kiss To- day Good-Bye, Tomorrow is For- ever” " Isha Prinshesha” James Raymond Myette Science Club Pres. Science Fairs " Flunks” S G Old Friends Dr. J Mr. H " An Aim In Life Is The Only Fortune Worth Keeping” John Nidositko III 173 Laurie A. Orcutt Laurie Ann Oser " Ose” James C. Nunes Robin L. Oliver I’m An Easy Going Person Who Likes The Outdoors. My Hopes And Dreams Are To Lead A Hap- py and Successful Life. Majorettes Pres BMO Summer Of ’81 Salem SMU Never Again JT Socialables MD 20 20 Quis- sett See It Easy Good Time To Be Had Daniel Pacheco Mark S. Paine Robert M. Paine Timothy L. Patterson Teens Of The Month Football Lacrosse-Capt. Key Club Honor Society Jamie " Jabber- wock” Parties Dad’s Van Da-na- na! S’up " Billy” At Least 13 . . . 174 Robert Paine - October L Ann Pellegrini Michael P. Perry Bernard G. Pelletier III ' iggins! Temporarily Sane? ' eanut Butter And Jello . . . .izzo . . Ash-Flash Markie B, levinibus Lisa’s Beware Of Un- ertoads Michelle P. Perry Paula D. Peter Michelle A. Phelan McD’s Bl-2 KK JN Yesterday- Wendy-Montreal Arrivederchi Denny Stick Lacrosse BC Trunk River GWYN Open Arms Thanks Bobby Russell Picard ki Loon ’82-BK MM BD ares Beach-HT July 4th Take ' are GM TF Chooch Bucko )pen Arms-Squish! Drum Ma- arette " Go For It!” Colorguard VP Grease Jabber- wock Echo CG Banquet PH Park- ing Lot Funky Chicken The Su- premes RP VM LC U-Mass 1-4-3 Ann Daunt - November 175 Janine M. Pimental Judith Lynn Pimental MaryLouise Pina Vicki Pina J-9 England 81 Figure Skating GLG’s The MM " s And TJ Judy, Judy, Judy " The Best Of RFriends” Oreo FD JL MA AA MTJ C ALJS The Duck Doc Sat Night Hockey US Air Force Good Luck! Memories Of ’82 Michael 6 16 79 ' They Go ' 5 16 81 5 30 81 Skip- Day USGS California Lasell Jr. College Bye FHS David A. Plummer Douglas Pocknett Beth Ann Prada Roberta Press Teens Of The Month I Journeyed To The End Of The Rainbow And Found Not A Pot Of Gold But You My Friend KV Color Guard (Pres) Loo out KT Pizza Hut With LC iV VM " You’ve Got A Friend Wheelock John Kendall - December 176 Joel Irving - Jan Elliot Dylan Rappaport jsic Lacrosse Parties Sr. iss Play MOOSEHEAD " We ive No Choice But To Carry t” (Steve Stills) Patricia L. Ra y. Lori A. Raymond Field Hockey Little Lo’s Softball " Spaz” SFGB Road RTrips JT LO Skol JM GHP MAL ATF LK Thun- der Roads Bruce Springsteen QC Megan P. Ridley Galen M. Robbins Jessica . Robideau (Jess) Charles Roderick Varsity Tennis Boston Globe All School 80 W PS Florida 82 W MR Michlgts W JL " Friends Until The End Of Time” JLCLYDBCJD Richard Me Evoy - February 177 Richard M. Rohe. Jr. Mark A. Romiza Karyn J. Rose Peter Rose All State Jazz Band 82 Montreal 81 MAYNARD Valentine’s Day Keg 82 BP JK Summer of 81 She’s only 13 " We’ve Only Just Begun” SG Special Memories EMTD June 11 JEZ " 82” Is Above All Others Nat. Hon. Soc. Student Advisory Board Warrant Committee Music Interlochen 80 Band Festivals Ex- changes Summer KR’s I Wish All My Friends Luck What They Do After School Andrew F. Ross Lori A. Rossi Scott D. Rudden Jeananne Rush Pep-Squad Ballet GLG’s SC " Yes- terday” Silence Separates More Than Distances DR Death Varsity Football Track Volleyball 1234 Pres. Of Harbour Club " LJ” The Clash Bridgton Academy The falmouth Animals Teens Of The Month Lino Lima - March 178 Ann Pelligrini - Ap Peter A. Sage Joanne Salvoni Lisa M. Savela Mark A. Schmiddt Band CamaroJB June 4 1982 Sum- mer Time Go For It Pep Squad Graduation West Fal- mouth Ball Park Senioritis See Ya Later Chris Ann Berta Ween Jeppa Spring Of 82 With JP Remember The Fights Remember The Fun Remember The Home- work That Never Got Done BD CL RD M Thanks Tim P Karen I. Schmitz Duane L. Schouler Rebecca Lee Selleck Thomas E. Shaw. " Shoe” 4 Baseball 2 Football 2 Soccer Track " Good Luck Class 82” Cranny Mr G Mugzy And Mr D Stage Crew M M Club QB MF MSKL KM The JOS Gang Daniel Give The Best You Have To Give And The Best Will Come Back To You Tomison-Harbour Club Adrian Adonis Club West Falmouth VW Club Reben Me Playing The Dag Adv. Hallwalking TV Crew, Mr. Helfens jokes 179 M.J. Shader Love The Movies Four Year AV Club Member Lie. Projectionist Good-Bye Falmouth Hello US Army John Lawrence Silvia III " Shell” Football Winter Spring Trax " Ask Not What Your Team Can Do R For You; But What You Can Do For Your Team S E P E Pres. John Scott Silvia Varsity Basketball Varsity Base- ball " Not” Class President It Was Too Real Timothy D. Skelly Kelly A. Smith Jill E. Sousa Cheerleading-Captain Lookout Club Grease Intelligencer Honor Society Sr. Class Play Finally Ski- ing Special Friends And DL Jo-Ann Souza Mikie Always! April 25 Friends AB SD KB JC Firebird 14243 143! Todd M. Souza Hockey " The Wife” Paradise " The Jav” Wild Parties Good Times For Sure 180 John T. Stone Christopher C.M. Stulb Leslie Christine Stoelzle Justine M. Stokes iutzel JM EM MS JB LR Har- ey-Davidson Ray Purple-Pas- ion Before The Rising Sun We f ly So Many Roads To Choose Honor Society Lookout TV ' Lusty’ Ms Lynch Roses Sister Sugarloaf 80-82 lams Yin Great Scot It’s A Full Moon Yes I Will Be Hurtled And Turtled W BC LK JS 6 11 81 Up A Tree At Coony LR LO 7 22 81 Awesome Days On Amon-Re Track HC ROTC Houseparty Eileen Sughrue Kathleen Sullivan Mary E. Sullivan Peter D. Sweeny skiing Sunday River Parties v LD LO Opal Cisco Baybee jeneral Chowmein I Never rhink Of The Future It Comes ioon Enough Cheerleading Captain TS Paradise. Kenny HD JD Mutt an Jeff Howies Live To Ride Hutzel Purple-Pas- sion M M Club Mad Mutha I Made It Mom Vermont 82 QC Hi Herbette Her- bie Pamela The Demise Of The Gutless With All The Fixins’ 181 Joanne Sylvester ' 1 Robert Tassinari Sylvia J. Sylvester Frederick J. Taylor Lacrosse Wrestling Golf We’ve Been Spinning Our Wheels In A Race For Success Which Has No End Douglas F. Sylvia " The Future Is The Past Returning Through Another Gate” " Vale” The 82’s RL BM CM DD Marybeth Thompson Gymnastics Captain 4 Majorettes President JS 79-Forever Good-Will Park Wanda M. Sylvia Look To The Future Not Tc The Past CJ For Those Whc Love Time Is Eternity JAR A Smile Is Happiness GB BIP Heidi Thomson CMH Forever In My Hear Take Care Class Of 82 182 Kim Thorpe Cross Country 78 79 Varsity Winter Track 79 Spring Track 79 Varsity Lookout Club Echo Honor Society Spain Michael Verissimo Alison Toland Ali Colorguard Track Rome 81 8 15 81 UMass Summer Don’t Stop Believing Good Luck SD JC MD DM KC Jimmy Vessels Jr. David Tsiakos John R. Vokey Mark J. Vaccaro Varsity Soccer Wrestling Nat. Honor Society Echo 95 Jabber- wock Herman The Jam 5 20 82 How Can You Fit 4 Years In 120 Spaces? Timothy L. Volkmann James Volpe Joined The National Guard In Oct. 80 Plans To Further Military Ca- reer On Active Duty The Goal In Life For People Is Peace Dwain A. West John Wasseth 0 k Penny Susan West Varsity Basketball Field Hockey Softball Rainbow (National Guard) Bk Dan Webb Mark S. Whelan Donna R. Weeks Ricki Bungy TR 8 Pib I’m A Pepper Purple Mega’s House DRBHWB My Pet Fur Boots DYWD Red’s House Daniel H. White Captain-Soccer Hockey Base- ball National Honor Society Key Club Waiting Is The Har- dest Part!! 184 Cameron Wieden Scott R. Williamson Joanna C. Wilson Timothy J. Woodward Coast Guard Hawaii Volleyball Skiing Pep Squad Skiing Good Times Special Friends MS TW LE KE JAR " Emma” Parties Sunday River Love Always To Mom Soccer Golf Hunting Fishing Shooting Skeet " The Best Sport In Life Is The Game Where Man Competes With Nature One On One John C. Woodwell Robert N. Wright Hockey Ast. Capt. Soccer 2 For 2 185 George L. Botelho Basketball Honor Society Jeep Four Wheeling 4x4 Moto-X Pesch- gaga 14 Jules S.F.-T.B. S.H. And Lori-Ray 2 minutes " Spaz” Melvin Gonsalves Conni Lynn Crocker JV Basketball Track Band RAIN- BOW PWA Grand Rep. To Ger- many Who’s Who Honor Society France ' 80 Thanks Mom And Dad Love Ya! Jason D. Heirtzler Karen A. Kallio Edward W. Farrell Scott W. Henrique Soccer-Capt. Spanish Club Quar- ters Club Florida ' 81’ My Bug Amon-Re Pool Party Spec. Friends- GB TB LR MDJI AD GB- LASW Timothy Lennox Lorraine Gill Susan R. Hewitt Nello Rogers 186 No One Is A Failure Who Is Enjoying Life. John Barrette 1964-1981 The Secret Of Happiness Is Not In Doing What One Likes, But In Liking What One Has To Do. Destinations - Class Of 1982 Four-Year College (Stare) Four-Year College (Other) Binda, John Fitchburg State Botelho, Mark Stockbridge-UMass. Bourget, William U. Massachusetts Bowker, Christine Mass. College of Art Britt, Thomas S.M.U. Byrd, Thomas U. Massachusetts Babral, Liza Salem State Blarida, Jerome S.M.U. Clogh, Amy Bridgewater State Corey, Robert S.M.U. Corr, Dennis U. Massachusetts Correia, Rui S.M.U. Daigle, Maria S.M.U. Dalton, William U. Massachusetts Despres, Farrell Westfield State Deuser, Yvonne U. Massachusetts Engles, Christopher U. Massachusetts English, Randolph U. Massachusetts Frazier, Christine U. Massachusetts Heirtzler, Jason U. Mass at Boston Henrique, Scott S.M.U. Jensen, Jeffrey U. Massachusetts Karlson, Lesley Bridgewater State Kelleher, Edward Mass. Maritime Academy Lafond, David U. Massachusetts Laird, David U. Massachusetts Lawrence, Stephen U. Massachusetts Lemay, Jacqueline U. Massachusetts Lynds, Jennifer North Adams State Martin, Philip C. U. Massachusetts McCarthy, Patrick Fitchburg State McKean, Steven S.M.U. McKenzie, John Bridgewater State Mello, Eric U. Massachusetts Mitchell, Maureen North Adams State Mlodzinski, Jarek Salem State Murphy, Steven Westfield State Noreau, Raymond U. Massachusetts Oser, Laurie Salem State Patterson, Timothy S.M.U. Pena, David Fitchburg State Phelan, Michelle U. Massachusetts Potter, John North Adams State Prada, Beth Ann Westfield State Robideau, Jessica North Adams State Skelly, Timothy Bridgewater State Souza, Todd North Adams State Sullivan, Kathleen Salem State Tassinari, Robert S.M.U. Toland, Alison North Adams State Volkmann, Timothy Bridgewater State Whelan, Mark Mass. College of Art Woodward, Timothy U. Massachusetts Josephs, Annmarie North Adams State Raymond, Lori Bridgewater State Adams, Scott Johnson State Antunes, Louise Faith Boston Conserv. Music Banner, Steven Embry-Riddle U. Barrows, Michael C. Northeastern U. Bolton, Janet Franklin Pierce Botelho, George Bentley College Bowles, Edith Cornell U. Buehler, Matthew Reed College Burkhart, Willard J. Kentucky State Carr, Susan School of Museum Fine Arts Carroll, Bridget St. Joseph’s Christman, Katherine Stanford U. Church, Stephen Northwestern U. Collis, Kristen Radford U. Condon, Lisa Connecticut College Conley, Katherine U. Vermont Corr, Kerry Assumption College Crago, Lisa Simmons College Crocker, Conni Quinnipiac College Daunt, Ann Boston College Delaney, Christine Boston College Dillon, William Bates College Dimmock, Richard Boston University Doonan, Timothy J. U. Connecticut Edwards, Ashley New York U. Farrell, Edward W. Dartmouth College Fink, Alec U. Pennsylvania Fink, Jay Northeastern U. Foley, Cynthia U. Rhode Island Frimout, Christa U. Brussels Funkhouser, Christopher U. Virginia Garner, Kristi St. Augustine Geary, Paul Scott Boston University Gibbons, Lauren Boston University Gill, Janice Boston College Gonsalves, Melvin Wentworth Institute Gonzalez, Monica Catholic U. Guayaqui Gregg, David Colgate U. Gregory, Sarah Simmons College Hart, Susan Simmons College Hudon, Raymond Northeastern U. Inoue, Theodore Cornell U. Irving, Joel Babson College Janks, Anne Wesleyan U. Jepsen, Maura Plymouth State Kallio, Karen Clark University Kanellopoulos, Anastasia Cornell U. Kearney, Stephen Assumption College Kendall, John Bates College Kenney, Brian U. Connecticut Lange, Kevin U. Vermont Larrey, Melissa Wheelock Leger, Mark Plymouth State 188 Destinations - Class Of 1982 Four-Year College (Other - continued) Two-Year College (State - continued) Lipp, Robert U. New Hampshire D’Este, Christopher CCCC Lynds, Catherine Quinnipiac College Diaz, Hector CCCC Manning, George Fairfield U. Donnelly, Warren CCCC Marotta, Julie Northeastern U. Eklund, Linda CCCC Martyna, Gwendolyn Regis College Giannettino, Lisa CCCC Matthews, Gerald Northeastern U. Giannettino, Susan CCCC Maxwell, Brett U. New Hampshire Gumbleton, Kathleen cccc McCormack, Virginia St. Bonaventure U. Hubbard, Ly nne cccc McCusker, Jeffrey Babson College Jordan, Gregory cccc McEachern, Kathleen Bentley College Langevin, Anne cccc McEvoy, Richard Harvard U. Leach, Holly cccc McManus, Brian Stonehill College Leary, Patricia cccc Morley, Christine Northeastern U. Ledwell, Regina CCCC (Nursing) Murphy, Patricia Salve Regina - Newport Lemmons, Gregory CCCC Mustafa, Sophia Wheaton College Lewis, Donna cccc Myette, James Duke University Lutz, Mark cccc Norton, Margaret M. Plymouth State Lynch, Kevin cccc Paine, Robert Boston University March, Evelyn cccc Payne, Heather Bates College Martiros, Christopher cccc Pellegrini, Ann Harvard U. O’Malley, Stephen cccc Perry, Michelle U. North Carolina Perry, Michael cccc Pimental, Janine New Hampshire College Peter, Paul cccc Pina, Vicki Northeastern U. Robbins, Galen cccc Press, Roberta Wheelock College Rose, Peter cccc Rappaport, Elliot Oberlin College Salvoni, Joanne cccc Rohe, Richard Boston University Shaw, Thomas cccc Rose, Karyn Clark University Silvia, Christopher cccc Schmitz, Karen Gordon College Silvia, John Scott cccc Schouler, Duane Arizona State Stoelzle, Leslie CCCC (Nursing) Selleck, Rebecca U. New Hampshire Stone, John CCCC Sousa, Jill Syracuse University Sughrue, Eileen cccc Stokes, Justine U. New Hampshire Sylvia, Douglas cccc Stulb, Christopher Holy Cross Tsiakos, David Bunker Hill CC Sylvia, Wanda Wheelock College Verissimo, Michael CCCC Taylor, Frederick Bentley College Vokey, John CCCC Thorpe, Kim U. Maine West, Dwain CCCC Vaccaro, Mark Case Western Reserve West, Penny CCCC Webb, Daniel Rice University Wieden, Cameron Bristol CC or CCCC White, Daniel U.S. Naval Academy Wilson, Joanna Nassau College Woodwell, John Carleton College ♦Gilmartin, Kevin Northeastern U. Two-Year College (State) Two-Year College (Other) Antone, John CCCC Bowman, Arinda Johnson Wales Baldic, Charles cccc Burke, John Johnson Wales Barrows, Michael J. CCCC Cunha, Richard Johnson Wales Bowker, Mark cccc DeMello, Shawna Chamberlayne Junior Cabral, Robert cccc Finn, Theresa Dean Junior Coronella, Michael cccc Fragale, Mark Johnson Wales Croft, Jonathan cccc Gomes, Edwina Dean Junior Cusolito, Lisa cccc Hewitt, Susan Bay Path Junior De Mello, Dorothy cccc Howie, David Dean Junior DeMello, Jeffrey cccc Lloyd, Robert Broward CC Manning, Deborah Chamberlayne Junior Marschall, Maryann Dean Junior 189 Destination - Class Of Two-Year College (Other - continued ) U.S. Military (continued) Minassian, Alice Monteiro, Lisa Pina, Mary Louise Rossi, Lori Rush, Jeananne Smith, Kelly Business Schools Etin, Cynthia Enos, Estelle Labute, Joanne Long, Brenda Thompson, Marybeth Nursing School Linhares, Jacqueline Trade Technical Schools Clarida, Christopher DeMello, Paul Gonsalves, Patrick Graci, Gerald P. Studley, Edward Vessels, Jimmy Volkmann, David Private Schools MacKilligan, Jeffrey Mone, Patrick Rudden, Scott Sweeney, Peter Miscellaneous School Aquinas Junior Lasell Junior Lasell Junior Lasell Junior Endicott Junior Lasell Junior Kinyon Campbell Burden School Burden School Burden School Burden School N.E. Baptist Sch. Nurs. Northeast Institute Sylvania Tech ITT Tech Northeast Institute Franklin Institute R.I. Trade School Dynamy Bridgton Academy Bridgton Academy Bridgton Academy Northfield Mt. Hermon Kinsella, Brian Korzoniecky, Michael Marchisin, Ernest Nunes, James Pacheco, Daniel Pelletier, Bernard Pimental, Judith Puntonio, James Sage, Peter Shores, B. Todd Shrader, Michael Volpe, James Walsh, Steven Williamson, Scott Zmuda, Joseph Other Costa, Rebecca DiFrancesco, David Donovan, Annmarie Ducharme, Matt Ferraro, Michael Fish, Teresa Hall, Jonathan Haussmann, Elisabeth Kirtley, Richard Laliberte, Raymond Mendoza, Judith Moniz, Patricia Munson, William Plummer, David Riley, Sean Roderick, Charles Sandlin, Nancy Schmidt, Mark Sullivan, Philomena Thomson, Heidi Wasseth, Jonathan Cardoza, Kerri Mass. School of Barbering Employment U.S. Military Almeida, Steven Andrade, A. Ken Campbell, Philip ■ Connors, Kevin Craft, Ronald Farland, Joseph Fazzino, Glenn Joyce, Paul Kelly, Sean U.S. Air Force U.S. Army U.S. Marines -Avionics U.S. Air Force-Comp Tech U.S. Army- Comp Science U.S. Navy - Medic U.S. Navy U.S. Marines - college Aguilar, Donna Allen, Sheila Andrade, Lynette Blanchard, Michael Bauer, Lisa Botelho, Kim Briggs, Aurora Briggs, Sharon Callahan, Kevin 1982 U.S. Marines-helicopter -Demolition -Rangers U.S. Army U.S. Air Force -Elect U.S. Air Force U.S. Air Force U.S. Navy U.S. Air Force U.S. Army - Rangers U.S. Army U.S. Army - M.P. U.S. Air Force U.S. C.G. - Radioman U.S. Army - Rangers travel 2nd sem. state college undeclared undeclred year off - Franklin Pierce year off - U. Vermont year off - CCCC year off - Miami Dade year off - Dean Jr. marriage undeclared undeclared year off - Berkeley 2nd sem - U. Hawaii 2nd sem - Everett CC undeclared undeclared undeclared undeclared undeclared nurse ' s aid vocational training day care aid upholstery work secretarial secretarial typist office worker moving furniture 190 Destinations - Class Of 1982 Employment (continued) Employment (continued) Callahan, Susan vocational training Souza, JoAnn secretarial Camire, Lyanne business office Sullivan, Mary working w elderly Chappell, Peter Sylvester, Joanne Chisholm, Douglas carpenter Sylvester, Sylvia chambermaid Costa, Jacqueline sales clerk Tagtmeyer, Kurt cook bouncer Cusolito, Debra steamship authority Tinti, William security guard DeBettencourt, Kim VanKleef, Stephen restaurant Delisle, Daniel stock person Weeks, Donna seamstress dell Isola, Robert produce store Wright, Robert landscaping DeWitt, Eric Duarte, Michele Falmouth Bank Trust Enos, Leroy Ferreira, P. Daniel Garcia, Pedro material handler autobody Gill, Lorraine cocktail waitress Grace, Teresa babysitting Grinnell, Barbara Dunkin Donuts Guess, Juanita Gumbert, Richard semi-pro baseball Gunther, Janine Hall, James oil company Handy, Damon model, carpenter, parking Happenny, Joanne attendant Hazelton, Bruce Hendricks, Robert electricians helper Henrikson, Kari Hudon, Carl front desk clerk Johnson, Cheryl babysitting Jones, Kimberly Seacrest hotel Keenan, Vincent seamstress helper Lamoureux, Kevin Lennox, Timothy construction Lima, Lino cooking Marotta, Jeffrey cashier- Angelo’s McLaughlin, Dennis furniture refinishing Mello, Stephanie Millor, Antonio secretary Mone, Stephen oil rig Morris, Anthony mechanic Nidositko, John insurance company Oliver, Robin Orcutt, Laurie chambermaid Paine, Mark Perry, Bradley Allenby tree landscape Picard, Russell landscaping Pocknett, Douglas Flume or Angelo’s Ray, Patricia Rezendes, Michael maintenance Ridley, Megan business Rodriquez, Irma Romiza, Mark cooking Ross, Andrew Savela, Lisa secretary cashier Silvia, John L. salesman 191 192 INVOCATION O Thou Creator of all things, we lift up our hearts in gratitude to the for the happiness of these days. For the joy of living; For the bright and beautiful world into which we go; For the earth and sea and sky; For sandy beach and scudding cloud and soaring gull: For music and friendship and good company; For good books to read anil arts and crafts to delight in; For the opportunity to put a vs ay childish things and to make new beginnings; For so much to discover and know, and the skill and insight and science to learn; For healthy exercise and simple pleasures; For the glory of the past and the promise of the future; For work to perform and the strength to perform it; For a time to play when the day’s work is done, And For health and a glad heart to enjoy it. For all these blessings, bestowed so liberally upon us, We Thank Thee. Amen 195 Junior-Senior Prom May 22, 1982 V vV; ’ vVV, ' vv n v vawwaw- " i. o ♦ A ♦ $1 V Mt 196 197 198 199 One Final Word The transition of this book from 224 blank pages to what you see before you now is a transition that does not come about without a tremendous amount of co-ordination and hard work from a great number of people. Now that all of the work has been completed and is headed for the printers, it’s time to give credit to all of the people who have labored long and hard to give faces to these pages. First I would like to congratulate the staff as a group for their uplifting spirit and genuine willingness to get the work done — and I have to say to them, " it has been a real pleasure to have worked with you, and I hope that you are always as thorough and dependable in everything you do, as you have been with this book. " The Golden Crutch Award goes to the business staff for the solid financial support they provided; a record number of 21 pages of ads. Brian Albert and Becky McLane stand out as especially enterprising ad solicitors, and Ed Murphy is due gracious thanks for his year of dependable service both on the street and in school doing layouts right up to the very end (today!). I would like to thank, individually, the following staff members; Brian Albert, Mike April - Sports, Lira Cabral, Laura Conley, Farrell Despres - Seniors, Sharon Di Francesco - Underclassmen and Clubs . . . organizations £r enthusiasm, Linda Eklund - Dedication, Anna Martinho, Ed Murphy, Michelle Perry Maryanne Marschall - Opening Section, Michelle Phelan - Faculty . . . Mike Cabral Elliot Rappaporr - Artwork, Bob McDevitt - Computer programer, and all of the members of the ' S3 staff who worked with us this spring, Lisa Anderson, Lisa Caron, Margie Coughlin, Donna Johnson, Peter Lennon, Kelley Patrick, Kurt Roith, Greg Wimer, Tammy Woodward and Tara Yando. Thanks to the photo staff of Mike April (again), Mike Bancroft, John Cummings and Warren Donnelly — with help from.J.C. Burke, John Carroll, Jeannette Field Amy Rader (Falmouth Enterprise), Andy Mello, Frank Nunes and Barry Sadoff and, in addition to Brian, Becky and Ed, the entire advertising staff who, under the direction of Business Manager, Janet Spring, gave us a much needed financial shot in the arm when we were beginning to feel the effects of Proposition M. Likewise, I would like to say " thank you " to all of our advertisers, patrons and of course, students who purchase the book, for making it possible for us to have the opportunity to make this book happen each year. And finally, to all of those people who have supported us in so many other different and important ways all year long - we are in your debt! Among those who I would like to recognize; Janet Spring, thank you for keeping this operation going full-steam ahead and for helping to streamline our crazy billing system; Peg King, thanks for helping to keep straight all of the carry over from last years book; thanks to Barry Sadoff for his invaluable and enthusiastic help in co-producing the Super Show; to Jim Kalparis for his 100% support as Director of Student Activities Director; to my wife, Russie and my son, Daniel for helping me out with art work " in a pinch " and for making room for the yearbook to literally invade our home. And, of course, thank you to all of the parents, brothers and sisters who were kind enough to give rides or to make a car available so that the work could go on. Thank you, one and all, Jim Wight-Waltman - Advisor July 1982 And Now, Our Advertisers And Patrons . . . Index PATRONS Mr. Mrs. Paul R. Kelleher Mr. and Mrs. Chris G. Kanellopoulos Dr. Peter L. Clark A Well Wisher Falmouth Shell Station Carol Ray Kenney The Chicoine Family Mr. Mrs. Richard E. Kendall Mr. and Mrs. Shinya Inoue Dr. and Mrs. John Mitchell Mr. Mrs. Joseph C. Martyna Moniz Mason Contractors David M. John T. Stone Mrs. Alison Robb Mr. Mrs. Ronald J. Diani CDR. Mrs. Manuel Josephs Dr. Mrs. R.C. Adams Mr. Mrs. Ralph F. Vaccaro Nancy Neil Bennett Mr. Mrs. Robert E. Raymond Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Murphy Mr. Mrs. John Irving Mr. Mrs. George Botelho Heather McMurtrie Wendy Wright Mr. Mrs. Azel C. Young Mr. Mrs. Ralph Sullivan Palmer Avenue Sunoco The Antiquarium Step Side Boutique and Bridal Salon Inc. Drs. Reece and Lowe " Falmouth Interior Decorators” John T. Shingles Eileen Tantum Mr. Vasco R.A. Pires Mr. and Mrs. Louis Larrey, Jr. Ms. Lane Caron Paula Strange Robert and Martha Griffin 202 Across From Falmouth Plaza FALMOUTH ORTHOPAEDIC ASSOCIATES. INC. David S Babin. M.D. Thomas F. Gregg, m.d CUSTOM T-SHIRTS • HOWLINGBIRD STUDIO SILK SCREEN SHOP 91 Queens Buyway Falmouth • ticket Qjoov- SPECIALIZING IN QUALITY WOMENS FASHIONS ACCESSORIES PHONE 548 3164 BILL’S REPAIR SHOP com:- -Tt auto REPAIRING DONNA M RODERICK. Proprietor 106 DAVIS STRAITS (617) 548 3410 FALMOUTH MASS 02540 BUDDY " FERREIRA 435 PALMER AVE Owner FALMOUTH, MA 02540 Area Code 617 548-2787 Law Offices of Holland, Delaney Perpall THE GRAIN MILL INC JOHN W. HOLLAND. JR. LEO F. DELANEY PETER R. PERPALL (617) 540-2728 141 Mai.v Street Falmouth, Mass. 02541 DEPOT AVE FALMOUTH, MA 02540 548-0241 STANLEY N ELDRIDGE. JR ONTACT LENSES HEAR ING A IDS ' (ftijp aok, foa 153 MAIN STREET FALMOUTH. MASS. 02540 FALMOUTH. MASS 02541 548 8788 204 fflongratulatinnB anil Skat Wisijea to tlic (Class of ’8£ BATTLES PONTIAC BUICK CMC USED CARS A family tradition for yesterday, today, and . . . tomorrow Depot Ave., Falmouth 548-1301 Awards, Placques, Medals, Ribbons Engraving, Silver and Pewter Available Congratulations To The Class Of 1982 (617) 540-1135 Submarines, Pockets, Salads Phone: 548-2114 u, y ' era d BEAUTY SHOPPE 430 Main Street Falmouth. Massachusetts THE BOTTLE SHOP 882 Main Street Colonial Shopping Center Falmouth, MA 02540 Stone ' s Beauty Salon 210 Main St Complete Hair £ Skin Cart ' Your Style Center 548-0685 Precision Cutting Personalized Styling Stone’s Barber Shop 208 Mam St. 205 We ' ll Be Seeing You ! Wherever you go, there will be only one hometown newspaper. Wherever you go, whatever you do — let ' s not lose touch. Good luck ! Window Shades Venetian Blinds Levelor Blinds Vertical Blinds McDonald’s Paint and Wallpaper, Inc. WE MEASURE AND INSTALL Residential - Commercial 366 Main Street, Falmouth MA James B McDonald (617) 548-4674 I iTiTM lloms 193 moin sbreeL Falmouth, mo 02540 ( 617 ) 548-6505 Provide opportunities for youth to speak and for Lions to listen. FALMOUTH LIONS CLUB 206 BETTER. BANKING CLOSE TO H Falmouth Bank and Trust Com Personal Services - • NOW Checking • CSA Combined Checking Savings Account • Regular Savings • Money Market Center • Safe Deposit Boxes • Trust Estate Planning • Direct Deposit WE WANT TO BE YOUR BANK Falmouth 548-7500 • Sandwich 888-2900 . Mashpee 477-1612 Falmouth Bank and Trust Company, wholly-owned subsidiary of State Street Boston Corporation 5a£m autK SHap 229 MAIN STREET FALMOUTH. CAPE COD. MA. 02541 MARCEL L. ALBERT CW 8613 (617) 548 0467 JOAN JOE SEMINARA 540; 1 614 FALMOUTH. MA 02540 Ihe , iJ I mouth playhouse J OFF RTE. 151 CAPE COD MASS. " Best Of Luck To The Class Of ’82” William C. Martin Wilmar Productions 626 MAIN STREET OFFICE FALMOUTH MA 02540 LA 640 6646 HFAlTOR Jeanne Saxe Real Us late SALES-RENTAL RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL 207 Congratulations Best Wishes To The Class Of 1982 Falmouth National muLTibanK First on Cape Cod 2 08 tniff niiatts fa i af S2. n te i: ft nttte i in f i earning gear 1 4 . J h fie GREATER FALMOUTH REALTY 266 Palmer Avenue (R(e. 28) 540-2124 -i ' fj ' i SPtafe.i. ' n ' ana i eteice J ) lif t SJ nfegiifg 540-4193 Quality ■ W ork mans hip Roherl W. Simkins, Builder Complete Building Remodeling Services Residential Commercial Building 25 7 Buhner A venue Falmouth , MA tyulLJ Saint Supply Go., Sr Distributors Of Touraine Paints 352 Mam Street • Falmouth, Mass 02540 617-548-6233 Best Wishes To The Class Of 1982 Free D e l ' ve p v 540 2207 Cold Wimps a Liouorb • Beeps Domestic A Imported MR LUCIANO FLOR GRADUATE GEMOLOGIST • ESTATE APPRAISALS • DIAMONDS S ' cfi ffeawe eM, Stic . NEV BEDFORD AND FALMOUTH, MASS RICHARD FURLANI, TREAS JOHN ' S LIQUOR STORE 729 E MAIN STREET FALMOUTH MASS Fast Friendly Service 245 MAIN STREET FALMOUTH, MASS 02540 TEL 548-0516 Congratulations to the Graduates of the Class of 1982 ! THE WOOD LUMBER COMPANY 81 Locust Street Falmouth , Massachusetts 209 Congratulations F Ik FALMOUTH Co-operative BANK 20 Davis Straits (Route 28i Tel 548 3500 Falmouth Massachusetts 02541 Jim, Jay, Dion, John HEADLINES FAMILY HAIR CARE HANDMADE BY LOCAL ARTISTS •CUSTOM ORDERS OPEN DAILY 10:30 - 5 YEAR ROUND 305 Main Street 667 Main5t. Falmouth 548-9257 Falmouth, MA 02540 across from the library 548-0202 Best Of Luck Gerald A. 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West Falmouth, MA 02574 €1 Enjoy the finest sandwiches German Specialties 553 Palmer Avenue, Falmouth 548-6263 BURT’S SPORTS SPECIALTY SCHOOLS — TEAMS — LEAGUES OUTFITTED TENNIS RACKETS RESTRUNG LETTERING SERVICE COMPLETE LINE OF FOOTWEAR 850 Main St. (617) Falmouth, MA 540-0644 Compliments TEN ACRE BOTTLE SHOP 219 JMain S erect S+6-+572 VILLA GE PIE COFFEE SHOP 237 Maw Street 548-4955 Muffins c£ Sandwiches Eat it here or take it with you Harriet Dugan EB REALTORS MLS SERVING CAPE COD FOR OVER 20 YEARS 598 Main Street, FALMOUTH, MA 02540 Telephone 61 7 548 4093 327 Gifford Street • Falmouth, Massachusetts • 548 9861 ($eome Tttreica Open Year Round Serving Lunch Dinner 220 (NRPA) " Good Look” Class Of 1982 548-7303 CAPE AUTO PARTS, INC. 850 MAIN ST FALMOUTH. MASS 02540 PHONE 548-6333 J M 662 Main Street Falmouth, Mass. 02541 291 MAIN STREET FALMOUTH. MASS Q2 40 (617) 4M997 Congratulations, Class of ’82 Best Of Luck To The Class Of 1982 afmoutfi Corlst jnc. 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