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f YEARBOOK ’yier-,buk n. 1 : a book published yearly as a report or summary of statistics or facts 2: a school publication that is compiled annually by a graduating class and that serves as a record of the year’s activities. FALMOUTH HIGH 19 8 5 FALMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL 1 9 8 5 FRIENDS FRIENDS 2 3 LAUGHTER LAUGHTER i 4 COOPERATION COOPERATION 6 Ml 7 8 QUESTIONS QUESTIONS 10 11 12 CREATIVITY CREATIVITY WORK WORK 15 Linoleum print by Richard Gilpin DEDICATION UNDERGRADUATES FALL SPORTS FACULTY WINTER SPORTS CLUBS ACTIVITIES SENIORS SPRING SPORTS FINE ARTS PATRONS ADS 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS FALMOUTH SCHOOL COMMITTEE- 1985 Standint L to R; Dr. Donald Delinks, Mr. Eric Asendorf, Mr. Albert Roderick, Mr. John DeMello, Mr. Richard Armstrong Seated; Dr. Susan Oleszko-Szuts, Mrs. Catherine Norton, Mrs. Brenda Westjate, Mrs. Dorothy Hahn. t DR. ROBERT V. ANTONUCCI SUPERINTENDENT ” phasis on the teaching of grammar, she also likes very much the exchange of ideas that takes place in writing. Ms. Moorman enjoys seeing communication between students and has always done her best to encourage that dialogue. As you can see, Ms. Moorman is a very caring individual She wants only to see that " look of intelligence ' ' in her students ' eyes and to see that they are learning. Now that Ms. Moorman has retired, she hopes to travel to Greece and Alaska. She enjoys gardening and seeing things grow (like students) as well as reading. On behalf of the class of 1985, we wish Ms. Moorman the best that life can offer and we hope that she will enjoy her guiet time and live a happy life. Ms. Patricia Moorman 43 Years Teaching DEDICATION Throughout our years at Falmouth High School, there has been a woman who has always had a great desire to help students. She has derived great satisfac- tion from influencing her students in a positive way. The class of 1985 has ded- icated this yearbook to Ms. Patricia Moorman, a devot- ed English teacher for forty- three years, thirty-nine of them in Falmouth. Ms. Moorman has seen many changes in our edu- cational system. She re- members when grammar was considered by some to be useless and was taught for only twenty minutes. While she puts great em- un f der • grad ’ u • ate (un f der- grad ' u -at) , n. A member of a school or university who has not finished the course of study. UNDERGRADUATES Karl Albert Hadley Aldrich Jeff Alves Karen Antonucci Tom Barstow Scott Bauer Chris Beliveau Jesus Beltran Leo Albert Jackie Allen Allyson Alwardt Kirk Appelman Jen Barton Heather Shana Belknap Robin Tim Albury Duane Alves Helena Amorim Lauren Avanzino Kelly Barton Baumgardner Janine Bearse Alberto Beltran Bettencourt Ron Bevacqua 19 John Billings Ron Bisio James Black Audrey Borowski Jeff Bowman Leslie Brickett Richard Maria Bukuras Brenda Burkhart LeaAnn Daryll Canepa William Billings Steven Michael Bowen Jill Brewer Brousseau Beth Bullard Bustamante Carolee Cannata Steve Bird Blanchard Dara Bowin Joanne Bnanna Chris Brown Tom Burk Jeffrey Butts Brian Carragher John Carroll Tyler Cartner Debbie Casso Michael Casso Meg Castellanos April Chiero Chen Clarkin Troy Clarkson Greg Clements Tonya Clements Matt Colella Sean Condon Wendy Cooper Chris Correllus Minique Costa Tim Cousins Erin Coyle Steve Crowell Jen Cummings Barbara Cunha Richard Cusolito Mark Dalpe Kristin Damore Audra DaSilva 20 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Seated: Debbie Selleck, Mrs. Cotton. Standing; Craig Stevens, Meg Castellanos. Pam DeCosta Craig DePunte Andrew Dion Ellen Drouin Sean Eagan Muir Evenden Brian Ferreira Jon Fitch Donald DeLeon Ron DeSouza Jennifer Downs Robert Dugan Melinda Echols Erin Farrell Willian Ferreira Debbie Forbes Alison DeMello Steve Detweiler Ned Draper Janna Durant Gray Eldndge Sandra Fetters Mathew Field Jodi Foster 21 Kim Frazier Russell Freeman Ken Freeman George Frigon Laura Furtado Tony Garcia Lauren Geary Laurie Getz Greg Giardi Richard Gilpin Faith Gofi Mike Gonsalves Jason Goux Fredrick Gray Lisa Gray John Greeley Nancy Gunther Kim Hadway Richard Hannon Michelle Hardin Rebecca Harvey Hannah Hatfield Mark Hayward Thatcher Hayward Chris Heino Jeff Hood Pat Howes Eric Jackson Julie Johnson Sandra Kearney Kerry Kibby Sharon Lacerda Lizzy Hocker Leesa Hormck Lori Huebener Walter Jacobson Keith Johnson Amy Keenan Amy Kiss Gail Lajoie Spear Holway Jeff Howard John Hunter Tracy Jaillet Kelly Jonas Chara Kessler Craig Kozens Kerry Landry 22 J.V. SOCCER Front Row L to R; Eric Gilbert, Jeff Adams, Shayne Jaquith, Sean Scully, Paul Tierney, Tim Cousins, Rick Cusolito, Steven Rudden, Back Row L to R; Coach Anderson, Dan Maurice, Julian Parker, Flory McCarthy, Pat McNamara, Rick Rogers, Mike Bowen, Alex McLeod, Tim Moniz, Jeff Alves, Chris Benway, Brian Coyne. Kenwyn Lane Margaret Lebel Joseph Lemay Brian Lemmon Paul Lentini Joe Lima Charles Lmdberg Tracy Lindner Joanne Long Michelle Lopes Nanette Lowe Joanne Lowell Rick Lyonnais Carl MacDonald Dawn Machado Kristen Manchester Muffie Manhiem Michelle Marken Jon Mason Michelle Maurice Timothy Mayne Donnie McCarthy Elaine McClellan Karin McAlvin 23 Scott McCarthy Daren Brian McGrath Jason Debbie Medeiros Tim Mes erve Leslie Miller Chris Moreland Michelle Mulhern Chris Negron McDonald McLaughlin Heidi Medeiros Robert Millard Elaine Molloy Brian Morrison Patricia Murphy Sara Newell Kathy McEvoy Andy McManus Barbara Mello Katherine Miller Tim Moniz Paula Motta Kelly Murry Amy Niethold Lynne Ogden Patricia Pace Andrea Richard Peal Dawn Penman Shelia Perry David Peterson Greg Pokraka James Orlando Kelly Pacheco Pampalone Eric Peirson Debra Percoco Tina Peterman Aimee Phelps Stephen Sherry Orlando Matthew Palanza Sophia Pampalone Renne Pelletier Terry Perkins Chantelle Peters Marla Paog Pro tentoso Gregg Pratt Sally Pavao 24 J.V. BASEBALL Front Row; John Silvia, Rich Malloy, John Brand, Sean Hale, Steve Rudden. Middle Row; Brian Coyne, Matt Gaudet, Mark Silvia, Bobby Ingalls, Kevin Romiza, Shaun Shanaver. Back Row; Coach MacCauley, Marc Parsons, Wayne Pelliter, J.P. Delauri, Scott Romiza, Coach Anderson. Robert Prendergast David Proctor Allison Ratsy Peter Richardson John Robertson Pam Robertson Mathew Robbins Mathieu Rocheleau Richard Rogers Bill Roland Scott Romiza Scott Romkey Tina Rose Bill Rugg Melissa Runge Eric Sabo Pam Salpoglou Helen Salsman Shirelle Sanford Jim Scalli Carla Schindler Susan Schreiter Debby Selleck Daniel Sherwood 25 Sachi Shimomura Elisa Smith Mary Stalcup Craig Stevens Carla Sullivan Patricia Tessier Ellen Timoney Gunnar Peter Vaccaro Becky Silva Nancy Souza Vanessa Stanley Bill Stone Robert Sullivan Allen Thackston Trumbull Luisa Valiela Chris Simpson Lisa Springer Michael Steele Heather Stone Ed Terry Adam Thomas Jennifer Utley Kim Valias I Ron Vaughan Stephanie Vidal lohnna Vinding John Vinitsky Kristin Vokey Kevin Webb Chris Weeks John White Jen Wilson Cheryl Wright Jon Yardley Mike Young Peter Zwmakis Trina Zylinski 26 — PROM DECORATING 27 Jeff Adams Katie Aldinger Donna Mark Anastatia David Anderson Jodi Anderson Paul Andrews Lori Baker Jason Basmaiian John Bearce Jeff Adams Alexander Debby Paul Anderson Laura Augar Todd Ballard Eddie Beagan Jean Beardsley Lori Adams Sadie Alvin Anderson Robert Andrade Sheri Ayers Kevin Barrows John Beagan Frank Belfoire Tammy Benson Mark Bingham Sheldon Blake Daniel Bowles Jen Boylan John Brand Ned Callahan Allison Carreiro Chris Benway Aletha Bird Matthew Bohr Sheila Boyce Frank Boyne Bill Buckley Donna Canale Caryn Cary Caryn Bertozzi Barbara Blaine Mark Bourgoin Deborah Boyd Eric Braithwaite Charles Byrne Jim Cantalupo Wyatt Case 28 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Seated: Mrs. Mederios, Bill McLane. Standing: Kristin Keat- ing, John Beagan Sean Casey Shawn Casey lenny Chance John Cheever Julie Cherau Pam Cherkofskey Paula Cherkofskey Janat Clark Sarah Clifford Mark Cohen John Colbert Jenn Coleman Joanne Colonna Sheila Conway Cathy Cooper Paul Cooper Lorrie Coronells Danny Costa Matthew Coughlin Laura Courtermanche Brian Coyne Jessi Cozzi Joanne Craig Trish Cram 29 Jennifer Laurie Cranshaw Todd D ' Amario Glenn Davis Lori DeMello DeLorme Michelle Elizabeth Detar Tom Dion Julie Dussalt Donald Cruwys Tina DaRosa Pandora Davis Joseph DeLauri DeMello David Dewees Joe Dowick Kim Dyer Tammy Curey Debbie Damore Donna Deer Don Delinks Vicki Desrosiers Donna Dinco Ellen Dunn Melissa Eckle Jennifer Edmond Candace Elwell Lianna Fantasia Erich Fassett Claire Fein Amy Ferreira Kelly Freebern Theodore Elizabeth Renee Erickson Mark Faria Cyndi Faulkner David Jackie Fitzgerald Kim Fregon Gakidis Eldredge Scott Erickson Rachel Faria Kim Fawson Fenstermaker Kristen Fredrick John Gagnon Matthew Gaudet Tony Ellis Terik Ferguson Chris Geggatt 30 J. HOCKEY Kneeling 1. to r.; Chris O ' Leary, Andrea Harding, Jen Chanxe, Ka- ren Antonucti, Jen Pine, Sandy Kearny, Janet Mollar. Standing 1. to r.; Coach, Deb Dagwan, Joanne Craig, Janet Clark, Jill Goslee, Lori DeMello, Jen Jenson, Traci Sang- ster, Adrienne Kuykendall, Bridget Benoit, Lorae Lough, Bobbi-Jo Harvey. Jordan Geist Joy Girovard Christine Goulet Sean Hale Pat Harrington Ronnie Hazelton Scott Howes Janice Irving Eric Gilbert Ray Gonsalves Russell Grinnell Lon Happnie Bobbi-Jo Harvey Heidi Hobson Danny Hughes Robyn Irwin John Gilchrist Jill Goslee Sharon Gunther Andrea Harding John Hassel Heidi Hoeckel Bobby Ingalls Rebecca Jackson 31 Darlene Jackson Matthew Jackson Pamela Jalbert Susan James Shayne Jaquith Eric Jenson Jennifer Jenson Tim Jepson Denise Johnson Charles Kadis Kristen Keating Laura Kilday Bridget Killian Tim King Robert Klein Adrienne Kuykendall Brian Lanphear Rob LaRaia Kate Lawton Michelle Lemay Tricia Lameur Heather Lennox Tim Leonard James Lichtenstein Michael Lipp Chris Lotfield Maureen Long Mark Lopes Michelle Lopes Lorea Lough Lamonte Lucas Ellen Lynch Jennifer Lyons John MacDonald Alicia Maciel Scott MacKilligan Mike Mahoney Michael Marini Carolyn Mauk Dan Maurice Alan McAllister Flory McCarthy John McCarthy Nancy McCarty Christine McCormick Bob McEachern Joe McHugh Heather McLaughlin 32 J.V. BASKETBALL Front 1. to r.; Eric Gilbert, Tony Ellis, Brian Lemmon, Jim Kurtin, Jordan Geist. Top Row 1. to r.; Coach, Er- nie Holcomb, Tim Moniz, Chuck Lindburgh, Mark Parsons, Tim Kio. Lori McLaughlin Bill McLean Alexis McLeod Colleen McManus Patrick McNamara David Mello Leno Mendes Morgan Miller Adrienne Minassian Wayne Miranda Monica Mitchell Janet Moller Richie Molloy Mike Moniz Kimberly Mott Stephen Morgan John Munroe Bryan Murphey Christine Murphy Tim Murphy Deirdre Murray Amara Mustafa Diane Narbis Christen Nelson 33 Kendra Nungessar Ronnie O ' Keefe Molly O ' Neil Chris O ' Leary Marc Parsons Joseph Perito David Perkins John Perry Crysia Pettigrew Laura Philips Jeff Pinto Cathy Nancy Oakley Jerry Palmer Wayne Pelletier Elizabeth Mike Peters Jill Marie Nancy Plummer O ' Connell Sean OKeefe Jullian Parker Elena Perez Perkins Sandy Peters Pickering Dan Pimental Lorri Penberthy Kira Pratt Meredith Pratt Brett Price Colin Proctor Darleen Raposa Debbie Rattiqan Mark Raymond Kerry Reardon Virgina Reed Scott Rigsby Jeff Robichaud James Romiza Kevin Romiza David Rose Damian Ross Steve Rudden Nancy Ruggen Mike Ryder Kelly Salter Michael Sato Hilary Sawyer Jen Schneider Jon Schouten 34 J.V. SOCCER Front Row L to R; John Netto, Shay Perry, Ted Gakidis, Dirk Kok- meyer, Ian Striffler. Back Row L to R; Martin Parker, Arthur Hurley, Bob Rabesa, Tano Lentim, Dan Maurice, Ed Mello. George Scott Shawn Shanaver Kris Silva Kathy Simmonis Beth Soares Sean Scully Stephanie Mark Silva Andrea Sloan Fred Steve Serrano Shapiro Ken Silva Paula Simmons Jane Smith Sonderegger Chris St.John Melonie St. Laurent Beth Starosta David Sullivan John Sylvia Karen Tavares Jennifer Taylor Donald Thompson Paul Tierney Sheri Tinti 35 Ray Wagner Jodi Ward Jeanme Toldness Cybelle Valiela Michelle Stephanie Christina Wilson Aaron Tripp Carrie Viall Wallace Westgate Mark Wright Jeff Turk Heather Vidal Khnsti Walsh Glen Whitehead Eric Zmuda 36 FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS L. to R.; Sandy Hurd, Mica Aguire, Patrick Colona Richard Abely Greg Aldrich Liz Amesz Chris Andrade John Antonucci James Bagg Jennifer Barstow Liz Beagan Jennifer Ademi Chris Allen John Anderson Jill Andrade Laura Armstrong Mike Bailey Scott Barton Steve Belfoire Danny Adams Peter Amaral Kenneth Anderson Michelle Antonia Lynn Aro Theresa Barros Kin Basey Pat Bellavance 37 Donna Ray Benson Dawn Blake Rachael Dawn Bouchard Victoria Bowen Scott Bowman Kenny Briggs Alexandria Burk Sean Callagy Cantalupo Frederic Kim Be vans Bostwick Jennifer David Bowser Robbie Buckley Kristine Cabral Danny Callahan Carpenter Todd Blair Moses Botbel Bowman Alastair Brewer Jacquie Bullard Erik Callagy Jamey Calvert Julie Carter Gene Cassidy Becky Clement Jason Colbert James Connolly Nancy Cook Dan Corbett Doug Correllus Tracey Craft Brian Chiero Paula Cloninger Stephanie AnnMane Andy Cooper Arther corey Everett Costa Robert Cran Bill Chisholm David Cohen Collins Patrick Colonna Consalvi Terry Contardo David Copeland Derek Correia Jamie Coyle Nicole Crockett 38 FRESHMEN SOCCER Front row L. to R.; M. Me Carthy, T. Utley, M. Azaro vitz, D. Josephs, A. Hurley R. Robertson, P. Rapoza M Botbol, W. O ' keefe, J. Kara lekas. Back row L. to R.; T Linder, K. Briggs, E. Deer M. Parker, J. Sweeny, B. Jal bert, J. Coyle, D. Lopes, S DeMatos, D. Cohen, S Hurd, D. Moniz, Mr McCauley. Vickie Crocker Jason Cullinane David Cunningham Sue Cutrona Chris DaCosta Steve DeMatos Melinda DePonte Eric Deer Clem DeMello Deidre-Ann DeNisi Julie Detweiler Peter DiAngelis Linda DiFrancesco Teddy Dickenson Mary Dillon Andrew Dionne Melissa Dole Kelli Dottndge Kevin Doyle Brian Draper Jennifer Duart Kenneth Dubougue Debbie Duffy Darcey Duggan 39 Michelle Chelia Ferraris Jennifer Fox Duncan David Etler Leigh-Ellen Sarah Fmnell Emily Fletcher Kristen Forns David Frank Billy Echols Suzanne Felton Ferreira Tyrone Flanagan Kelli Florance Lorraine Foster Stephanie Jeffery Eddy Erik Fernald Mike Fierra Jodi Flanders Karey Fogarty Todd Fountain Freeman Carol Fullam Kim Geggatt Tracy Goldsmith Barry Good Sharan Grant Amy Guiliano Brian Guthrie Nadine Gamble Sandy Gibbons Carl Gonsalves Elizabeth Gregory Jill Gumbleton Kristen Hadway Chris Geggatt Beth Goff Jeff Gonsalves Goodman Pam Goulart Douglas Wendy Heather Gunas Eric Hallstein Griswold Ellen Freund Katherine Frns Jennifer Frye Michelle Halpin Camilla Hampton Charlotte Hampton 40 FRESHMEN BASEBALL Back Row; Scott Conroy, Ted Mur- phy, Todd Humphrey, Ken Briggs, Jason Calbert. Middle Row; David Josephs, Paul Scangis, Jim Miller, John Smith, Graham Poag, Todd Oliveira, Mike Rozum. Front Row; Mike Azarovitz, John Paul Michael, John Antonucci, Sean Jackson, Jim O ' Connell, Scott Vokey. Nora Harrington Loralynne Warren Jon Hinkley Leslie Horne Todd Humphry Scott Jackson Bryan Jalbert Scott Harris Hayden Hennemuth Jess Holderbaum Danny Horton Alexander Hurd Sean Jackson Joseph Janerico Amy Hartel Carlton Tonya Hicks Cliff Hopkins J. Evelene Arthur Hurley Connne Janinne Johnsen Hendricks Shawna Higgins Huguenin Jacobson Susan Hendricks 41 Jennifer Johnson Cindy Johnson Daniel Johnson Christina Leary Beth Leite Tano Lentini 42 Kevin Johnson Leeland Jones Nichole Jordan David Josephs Cliff Jurkiewicz Eric Justason Jennifer Kahler Paul Kanellopoulos Stephen Kapulka Jim Karalekas Sean Keating Jennifer Keenan Shawn Kelley Paula Knebel Dirk Kokmeyer Jennifer Lafond Julie Lamoureux Brian Landers Robert Landry Jayson Lane Amy Louzon Timothy Lindner Scott Lohr Danny Lopes Lisa Lowe Michelle Lowe Dylan Luyter Mary MacConnell Paula MacEachern Vallise Mack Shan Marscheider Anjanette Martin Michelle Matias Michael McCarthy Debbie McClellan Michael McComiskey Mikaela McDermott Cathy McGowan Jennifer McHardie Elizabeth McLeish Ann McCleary Julie McCormick FRESHMEN BASKETBALL Front L to R; Sarah Finel, Tracy Pratt, Tra- cy Sangster, Shelly Pratt, Amy Salthouse. Back Row L to R; Nancy Cook, Corinne Jacobson, Elizabeth McLeish, Jen Peal, Le- sily Horne, Cathy McGown. Not Pictured; Coach Wendy Rubin. Kerry McGee Edward Mello Jessica Miller David Moniz Jacquie Mulhern Kim Murray Carrieann Neill Sandy Nickerson Matt McKenzie Jon Michael Heather Patricia Tami Murphy Toni Myers Brett Nelson Hugo Nunez Doug Melghem Jim Miller Miranda Lisa Molloy Monteiro Erin Moody Ted Murphy Robert Neary Stacey Ness James O ' Connell 43 Stephan O ' Conner Chris O ' Rourke William O ' Keefe Tony Oliveira Todd Oliveira Greg Olsen Marcy Pacheco Troy Pacheco Gina Palanza Jim Parker Ellen Patterson Jenny Peal George Pelletier Albert Perry Crystal Perry Mike Perry Shay Perry Lisa Peterman Monique Peters Mark Pheeney Erica Phillips Lucia Piazza Brian Pimental David Pimental Stephan Pina Tammy Pocknett Graham Paog Kristy Pont Wendy Pocknett Scott Pratson Shelley Pratt Paul Rapoza Tracey Pratt Gretchen Robert Rabesa Reinhagen John Richardson Stacy Lyn Roberts Richardson Nicole Roberts Sonya Rigsby Rick Robertson Mike Robbins Kerry Robinson Louann Rose Crystal Melissa Rose Romanyszyn Paul Rossi Craig Rommelmyer 44 r— FRESHMAN CLASS SHOW Mark Rozum Keven Ryder Jim Salpoglou Jill Sanger Traci Sangsler Heather Sarsfield Heather Scharff Marileen Schouten Laura Schroth Stephanie Schwalbe Marita Scott Chris Selvecki Robert Shaw Billy Shea Teddy Shea Ishmael Silva Patrick Silvia Jennifer Simpson Tim Simpson Jeffrey Sirkis Rob Slaught Jonathan Smith Saulee Smith Matthew Sonnabend 45 Jennifer Souden Karen Souza Lori Souza Michelle Springer Jennifer Sprout Dondra Steadman Thomas Stalcup Melissa Steele Marah Stets Ronnie Stone Ian Striffler Erin Sullivan Tom Sullivan Paul Svagdis Joseph Sweeny Joyce Tavano Jason Teixeira Todd Teixeira Michelle Tessier Brett Thomas Jennifer Thomas Earl Thompson Alan Tompkins Mike Traudt Tracy Travis Tim Utley Paulette Vinding Myles Walsh Fred Weeks Vivian Wicks Deena Zine David Turril Robert Verville Scott Vokey Heather Ward Ann Welch Chris Ronald Matthew Urban Sarah Vidal Melissa Walden Mark Warner Allison Westgate Wollenhaupt Annika Wright ZuWallack Linda Zylinski 46 fall (fol), n. Autumn, harvest time, Indian summer. The season when leaves fall from the trees. sport (sport), n, 1. Something that passes time pleasantly; amusement; diversion. 2. A particular kind of game, play or amusement. 3. A person who takes things in a spirit of sport or fun without losing his temper, etc.; as, be a good sport. -v, 1. To play; to speak or act in fun. 1 8 Volleyball FHS Opponent Coyle-Cassidy 1 2 Barnstable 1 2 New Bedford voke 2 1 Bishop ' s Stang 0 2 Bourne 0 2 Seekonk 1 2 Bishop Connolly 0 2 Bishop Feehan 1 2 Coyle-Cassidy 2 1 Barnstable 1 2 New Bedford Voke 2 0 Bishop ' s Stang 2 0 Bourne 1 2 Seekonk 1 2 Bishop Connolly 1 2 Bishop Feehan 0 2 Soccer FHS Martha ' s Vineyard 4 3 0 2 2 0 3 6 1 1 3 1 0 Somerset Durfee Attleboro D-Y New Bedford Barnstable Somerset Durfee Attleboro D-Y New Bedford Barnstable Opponent 0 0 2 0 4 2 0 1 3 1 3 2 3 R E B 0 Cross Country FHS Opponents Barnstable 23 39 Attleboro 23 34 Somerset 20 38 New Bedford 27 29 D-Y 30 25 Seekonk 24 34 Girls Barnstable 23 36 Attleboro 18 45 Somerset 17 38 New Bedford 26 29 D-Y 25 32 Seekonk 25 30 Low score wins Field Hockey FHS Opponent Old Rochester 1 1 Tabor Academy 3 2 Martha ' s Vineyard 2 2 Attleboro 0 0 Bourne 3 1 Dartmouth 0 5 D-Y 0 4 Barnstable 0 1 New Bedford 2 4 Bishop ' s Stang 0 4 Dartmouth 0 6 D-Y 1 4 Barnstable 1 2 New Bedford 1 2 Bishop ' s Stang 0 9 Bourne 1 1 5 A R D Football FHS Opponent Ayer 0 30 D-Y 14 7 Silver Lake 0 30 Bourne 20 8 Durfee 35 14 Somerset 0 24 Attleboro 13 20 Dartmouth 7 41 New Bedford 0 22 Barnstable 0 28 47 FOOTBALL Varsity football coach Gus Giardi de- scribed the 1984 season as a " building season, " in which he tried to build a strong foundation for next year. " In a building year, you don ' t expect a lot, " Coach Giardi said. Nonetheless, the Clippers finished the season with a 4-6 record. The season opener was a " bit of a surprise, " Coach Giardi said, with a solid 25-6 win over Ayre High School, one of the strongest teams in the state. The season culminated on Thanksgiv- ing day with a 28-0 loss to Barnstable. The final score was deceiving, Coach Giardi said, " Everybody dug real deep against a talented team and gave every- thing they had to give. It should be not- ed that all of our young men made great individual sacrifices in working toward a common team goal. All in all, the 1984 team consisted of " a close fam- ily of young men who cared tremen- dously about each other and about the concept of team. " 48 I Co-Captains Front Row, J. Roland, M. Frank, J. Sou- sa, I. Duddy 2nd Row: P. Geary, G. Stokes, C. Me- deiros, B. Mason, G, McDonald R. Kendall, T. Robertson, F. Beckwith, M. Norton, M. Reardon, J. Reine, T. Geist, 3rd Row: C. Kozens, B. Ferreira, G, Giardi, J. Robertson, M. Gonsalves, V. McGuiness, E. Sabo, R. Bevacqua, D. Alves, M. Rocheleau, D. Sherwood, G. Lennox. 4th Row: E. Draper, K. Appel- man, D. Proctor, D. Pimental, S. Portentoso, M. Lipp, K. Webb, C. Lindberg, T. Burke, P. Richardson, P. Norrington. 5th Row: J. Scalli, W. Stone, ]. Geist, R. Gonsalves, E. Jensen, J. Robichaud, R. Ingalls, P. Andrew, E. Jackson, P. Anderson, P. Gaspa, S. Sam- bade. 6th Row: W. Roland. S. Striffler, M. Parsons, R. Brousseau, A. Bohnert, J. Bearce, R. Grinnell, R. Mol- loy, M. Silvia, J. Vinitsky, R. Prendergast. Back Row: Trainer John Negri, Asst. Coach, John Cahill, Asst. Coach, Rhett Lewis, Head Coach, Guss Giardi . Ab- sent when photo taken: Asst. Coach, T. McManamon R. Murray. 49 CROSS COUNTRY Seated Left-Right; Jason Cullinane, Eric Hallstein, Dillon Tncia Cullinane, Heather McLaugulin, Debbie Casso, Bill Rugg, John Beagon, Julie Chereau, Molly O ' Neil, Kelly Salter, Megan Pat- rick, Kevin Romiza, Jason Goux, Patty O ' Leary, Chuck Stulb, Paula Cherkofsky, Jen Fox, Bill Shea, Nancy Callahan, Heidi Hobson, Liz Bea- gan, Pam Cher kofsky. Standing L-R; Asst. Coach Shirley Cullinane, Greg Pokraka, Rob Slaught, Ron Bisio, Frank Belfiore, Meke Casso, Andy Myette, Coach Tom Turkington, Peter Leddy, Greg Eldridge, Tommy Dion, Sean Hale, Don Delinks, Chris Weeks, Jen Cummings, John French, Gunner Trumbell, Micheal Moniz, Ellen, Dan Hughes, Jean Beardsly. 50 51 SOCCER The varsity soccer team ended its season with a record of 8-6-2. The 1984 season was the second out of the past eight years that FHS was not in the state tournament, missing the entry by one loss. That crucial loss did not seem to affect Mr. Fred Toran, head coach. " This is my twenty-fifth year of coach- ing, and I still love working with young people and the thrill of the game.” Coach Toran added, " This year we had two great captains. Seniors Eric Palmer and Rick Ottaviano are two boys I really respect. " The junior varsity team had a " really enjoyable fall, " coach Steve Anderson said. The team finished with a record of 9-4- 1 . " The players have had a nice atti- tude and have also worked very hard at improving their skills and positional play.” He also noted that the team was " not a team of one or two stars, but all twenty-one players contributed. " The freshmen team, coached by Mr. Joseph McCauley, had a final record of 3-5-2. " I was very pleased with the atti- tude of the players and their skills, ” Mr. McCauley said. " They played hard and were never out of any game.” 52 FIELD HOCKEY The g irls ' varsity field hockey fin- ished with a record of 3-1 1-4. Miss Tra- cy Smith, head coach, described the season as a " growing one " . " Many good things happened and some games were closer than the scores indicated, " Miss Smith said. " I worked with a good group of girls, " she added. Early in the season, several sopho- mores lacked experience in skills and tactics, but Miss Smith said that they grew tremendously, playing at the var- sity level. The juniors saw a lot of playing time, and the coach anticipates that they will be strong next fall. " There ' s enthusiasm and a real com- mitment to hockey, which will hopefully gather momentum ■ over the next few years, " Miss Smith said. The seniors faced a tough season. Miss Smith recalled the hardest game they played, when they faced Dennis- Yarmouth; " It really took the wind out of our sails, when we lost five to nothing. " " We have our bearings on what to work for and will be working harder in the future to be competitive against first place teams, " Coach Smith said. 54 Kneeling L. to R.; Lauri Cranshaw, Michelle Demello, Allison McGuire, Jen McKilligan, Betsy Robinson, Smelly Robertson, Linda Roche, Kristina Schmitz. Standing L. to R.; Joanna Lowell, Leslie Bncket, Mellisa Grace, Amy Ferreira, Cheri Clarkm, Patricia Tessier, Kathy McEvoy, Ellen Drouin, Carla Sullivan. 55 VOLLEYBALL 1984 was the second year of the exis- tence of the F.H.S. Girls ' Volleyball program. Although this year ' s team did not better last year ' s overall record of 4- 12; they did make some major improve- ments: more points scored per game; more games won, and fewer shutouts against us. These small achievements are positive signs of growth of a young sports ' program. The team was captained by seniors Kim Alves and Kathy Grinnell, our only 2 returning varsity players. Although the team was small in terms of numbers and height, their determination, hard work, and perseverance carried them to some great moments during the sea- son. Another year of experience should bring even more success to this young and spirited team. Team awards: MVP-Kim Alves Most Improved-Claire Fein Coach ' s Award-Kathy Grinnell 56 57 fac ' ul-ty (fak ' ul-ti), n; 1. The ability to do some- thing; also, talent; special knack. 2. One of the powers of a person ' s mind or body; as, the faculty of hearing. 3. A department of learning in a university; also, the teachers in a school or college. 1 Dr. Peter Clark Principal James Kalperis Activities Director DeWitt Jones House A Administrator Louis Larrey House B Administrator Donald Burnette House C Administrator 58 ADAMS CONNOLLY -4jr ir Cornelia Adams Mathematics Harryette Alexander GRC Secretary Steve Anderson Mathematics Ann Ashley Science Ruth Austin Business Robert Bastille Mathematics Barry Bird English Mary Bishop Activities Office Secretary Robert Bock Math Maria Branco Language Paul Cali English John Carroll English Angelo Casso Mathematics Y I " T? I 1 Tom Caz ault Building Manager Joan Charron Nurse Raymond Charron Physical Education I Robert Chisholm Business Dennis Comolli Biology Barbara Connolly Guidance 59 COTTON FORTIN Joseph Studley Music Kay Craig Guidance Raymond DesRoches Biology Joyce Fleck Staff Aide Martine Cotton Foreign Language Yvonne Courtney Social Studies Bruce Cranshaw Physical Education Debra Dagwan Physical Education Alfred Douglass Social Studies Eileen Farrell Secretary Constance Flood Mathematics Lynn Forbes Librarian Eugene Bullock-Wilson, Careers Dept. Head 12 Years of Teaching in Falmouth R E T I Daniel Farren Special Needs R , I N G Jennifer Fenstermaker Staff Aide Elaine Fortin Art Music Dept. Head John Fortin Teachers Aide FRAHER KANE-BURNHAM William Fraher English Judith Fryett Foreign Language Agustin Giardi Social Studies R E T I R I N G Dan Harrington, Social Studies 18 Years of Teaching in Falmouth Robert Hayden Saif Aide Michael Helfen English Louise Houle English Richard Jason Business Martha Griffin Secretary Patricia Henderson Secretary Joan Huckms Home Economics James Johnson Math-Science Dept. Head Fredric Grunin Social Studies Dept. Head A1 Holcomb Physical Education George Hussey Chemistry Susan Kane-Burnham Special Needs 61 KANELLOPOLOUS MCCAULEY Barbara Kanellopoulos Reading English Mary Keenan Staff Aide Chris Keough Special Needs Terrance Kirby Business Beverly Klink Guidance Secretary Alvin Kolodzieiski Special Needs Helen Ladd Physical Ed. Health Dept. Head Robert LaRaia Science Robert Leary Industrial Arts (graphics) Eleanor Manning House A Secretary ; Ruth Martin Secretary Constance Martyna Secretary Patricia Moorman, English 39 Years of Teaching in Falmouth R E T I R I N G Marguerite MacDougall Foreign Language Patricia Malone Clerk Typist Paula Mauk Mathematics Joseph McCauley Science 62 MCDERMOTT PHILLIPS Nancy McDermott Home Economics William McKay Learning Skills Center Curtis McKee English Reading Dept. Head Terri Mederios Foreign Language Bruce Mogardo Health R E T I R I N G Janet Murtha Foreign Language Peggy Savage, Social Studies 15 Years of Teaching in Falmouth John Negri Trainer James O ' Brien Social Studies Aleta Pellegrini-Toole Charolette Nickerson Nurse Maureen O’Brien Physical Education Eugene Phillips Foreign Language Michael Mello Foreign Language Dept. Head Robert Nilson Guidance Eleanor Osborne Business Dept. Head v Justine Phillips Foreign Language 63 PICKEL TANSEY 1 - Robert Pickel Reading Isabel Reposa Staff Aide Betty Jean Rossman Math John Shingles Guidance Vasco Pires Art Judith Robertson House B Secretary Edward Rowan Science Barbara Spindel Math John Reardon Director of Athletics, Math Adele Rohe English Barry Sadoff Media Center Library Eileen Tantum, Special Needs 10 Years of Teaching in Falmouth R E T I R I N G Debra Sangster Foreign Language Dr. Carie Saunders Guidance Dept. Head Janet Spring English John Sweeney Mathematics Joan Tansey English 64 WINER THIVIERGE Richard Mason Self Contained Class Yvette Thivierge Chemistry Mathematics Fred Toran Industrial Arts Mathematics Franklin Towle Industrial Arts Woodworking CAFETERIA STAFF L. to R.; Josie Gomes, Liz Lintini, Gail Sylvia, Catherine Lahey, Stella Gervais, Marilyn McCura, Manager, Mae Jordan, Ida DiPnzio, Evlyen Nidistco, Blanche Servis, Helene White, Terri Devlin. Missing; Betty DeMello, Donna Delaney, Jean Corbett, Elizabeth Tynan. Martin Tullock Special Needs Paul Wasseth " Explorations " Program James Wight-Waltman Photography Marlene Viera Guidance Robert Watson Business James Winer English Journalism Dee VonHentschel Industrial Arts-Metals I Stephen Waisgerber Social Studies Marsha McLaughlin Special Needs 65 win ' ter (win 1 ter), n. The coldest season of the year; hence, cold weather. -adj. Of or having to do with winter; as, winter sports. sport, (sport), n. 1. Something that passes the time pleasantly; amusement; diversion. 2. A particular kind of game, play or amusement. 3. A person who takes things in a spirit of sport or fun without losing his temper, etc.; as, be a good sport. -v. 1. To play, to speak or act in fun. 1 9 SCORE Girls Basketball FHS Opponent Durfee 46 48 D-Y 40 51 Durfee 48 36 Bishop Connolly 51 49 Matignon 57 39 N. Quincy 60 57 Barnstable 65 56 Case 48 37 Seekonk 53 42 Bourne 47 31 Dartmouth 55 45 Old Rochester 41 43 Barnstable 60 53 Harwich 71 65 Bishuop Connolly 56 34 Case 50 28 Seekonk 52 28 Bourne 54 38 Dartmouth 51 44 Old Rochester 59 46 Hingham 57 51 South Weymouth 59 50 8 5 BOARD Boys Basketball FHS Opponent Sandwich 48 65 D-Y 64 60 Bourne 54 59 Martha ' s Vineyard 70 85 Hingham 52 78 Attleboro 54 66 New Bedford 60 83 Bishop Feehan 41 59 Barnstable 56 65 Durfee 63 77 Somerset 49 58 Bishop Connolly 80 68 Attleboro 71 75 New Bedford 50 86 Bishop Feehan 55 75 Somerset 54 55 Durfee 53 83 Barnstable 62 67 Bishop Connolly 58 71 66 Girls Track FHS Opponent Wareham 76 15 New Bedford 65 20 Fairhaven 65 22 Barnstable 50.5 33.5 Bishop Stang 51 31 Dartmouth 66 18 Boys Track Fairhaven FHS 53 Opponent 33 New Bedford Voke 60.5 25.5 Dartmouth 70 16 New Bedford 51 35 Wareham 60 26 Barnstable 48 38 Bishop ' s Stang 60 26 Gymnastics FHS Opponent Barnstable 81.5 108 Case 91.1 77 Somerset 72.9 120.9 Attleboro 90.25 97.05 Durfee 82.7 100 Wareham 98.16 95.4 BOY’S TRACK The Boys ' Winter Track team, with Coach Bruce Mogardo, finished their season undefeated for the third year in a row. Led by senior Paul Janerico and ju- niors John French and Chris Simpson, the team came in second in the state relays and placed seventh in the Massa- chusetts Interscholastic Athletic Associ- ation (MIAA) State Class B Championship. Both Simpson and French placed in the All-States. Simpson was also named the Cape Athlete of the Week three times, and French holds a national rank in the mile. Although the seniors ' leaving may hurt the team a little, they are looking forward to a great season next year. 68 Seated L-R; Peter Leddy, Chuck Staulb, Buck Blum, Stephan Strifler, Andrew Clark, Jason Anthony, Paul Janerico, Andy Myette, Roland Beliveau, 2nd row L- R; Jim Scalli, Gray Aldrich, Mike Casso, Kirk Apple- man, Jason Goux, Sean Andrade, John French, Chris Simpson, Pat Gaspa, Robert Sullivan, Ronnie DeSouza. 3rd row; Mike Lipp, Danny Hughes, Frank Sean Scully, George Scott Russell Grinnell, Don De- links, Matt Jackson, Matt Gaudet. 4th row; Marcus Brian Jalbert, Ricky Robertson, Tom Dion, Bobby Teddy Dickerson, Paul Sean Hale, John 5th row; Coach Mogardo, Chip Andrade, Bob Slaght, Jason Eric Hallstein, Coach Phinny. 69 GIRLS BASKETBALL Coached by A1 Holcomb, the girls basketball team finished an outstanding season with a record of 11-1 in the SMC II league and 17-3 over all. It was the first year since 1967 that a girls basket- ball team has been league champions and the first year ever that a girls team from FHS has been in the state Tourna- ment Division 1. Most Valuable Player, a junior, Johnna Vinding was an all league, all Cape and all-Scholastic player, and freshman Paulette Vinding and Senior Raguel Lopes were All-Cape and all- league players. In the state tournament, the girls beat Hingham, but lost to Weymouth in the second game. They lost by one point with no time left on the clock. The captains of the team were Kim Alves, Audra Finley and Johnna Vind- ing. Most improved player was Joanna Lowell. 70 Front Row L-R; Ray Benson, Trish Cram, Mary Lafond, Melanie Phil- lips, Amy Guliano, Susan Hen- dricks. Second Row; Eric Justison, Kim Alves, Johnna Vinding, Joanna Lowell, Paulette Vinding, Audra Fin- ley, Coach, A1 Holcomb. Standing; Cheri Clarkin, Kristin Damore, Ra- guel Lopes, Pat Tessier, Karen Antonucci. 71 72 High School SMC Div 1 Champs 1974 - 75 1979-80 1975 - 76 1980 81 1976 - 77 1981-82 1978-79 1982 )OL VARSITY HOCKEY 1 F AM Top row (L to R);-Andy McManus (Manager), Bill McLean, Todd Bal- lard, Peter Vaccaro, Paul Tierney, Kevin Romiza, John Beagan, Tim King, Hank Jonah (Assistant Coach). Middle Row- David Colburn (assis- tant Coach), Lee Burgess (Assistant Coach), Greg Pokraka, Fred Son- deregger, David Frank, Brian Car- ragher, Brian Ferreira, David Peterson, Bill Rugg, Rick Lyonais, Buddy Ferreira (Coach). Bottom Row- Paul Lentini, Brendan McCar- thy, Jim Corr, Richard Kendall, Eric Palmer, Tim Church, Alex Paliotto. I HOCKEY The Varsity Hockey team had " a very good year” according to Coach Buddy Ferreira. They finished the season sec- ond in the SMC 1 League with a record of 12-8. Although they were a very young team, they got much better as the year progressed. In the beginning of the season, they had one win and five losses, but went on to win 1 1 in a row. In the SMC 1 play-offs, the team beat Abington 4-2, but lost to Scituate in the Quarter finals. Two players, Brian Ferreira and Da- vid Peterson, both Juniors, made the All-Star Team. Seniors on the team were Eric Palm- er, Jim Corr, Brendan McCarthy and Richard Kendall. 73 GIRLS TRACK The F.H.S. Girls Winter Track Team had a good season. Led by Senior GLOBE All-Scholastic High Jumper Roxane Bolton, and sophomore Lorrie Coronella, the team made its mark. Ear- ly in the season the girls team partici- pated at B.C. Relays, winning the Class B State Coaches Relay meet. Rox- ane won the Division One High Jump for the third straight year, and then won the State Championship. She also placed in the 50 yard hurdles. Soph. Lorrie Coronella placed third in the Div. I 300 yard run, and ran a :58.0 relay leg to put the relay team into a solid second. During the season the team won six dual meets, and was second at the S.M.C. meet. 74 75 BOYS BASKETBALL The boys ' basketball team finished their season with a record of 2 wins and 18 losses. Coach Mr. Michael Donovan feels Falmouth " never became a true team " . The game of the season which showed the most effort was home against D.Y. the score was 64 to 60, Fal- mouth winning. The players deserving the most cred- it are captain (and lead scorer) John Souza with an average of 13 points a game, co-captain Ted McGuire, Greg Giardi, Matt Field, and Scott MacKilligan. Front Row L. to R.; Sebastion Merski, Mike Nor- ton, John Souza, Ted McGuire. John Reine, George Cabral. 2nd Row; Ernie Holcomb, Chris Brown, Vinme McGunnes, Chuck Lindberg, Timmy Kio, Tony Garcia, Matt Field, Tom Burke, Fred Grey, Kevin Webb, Greg Giardi, Tim Mo- niz, Coach Donovan. 76 77 78 GYMNASTICS " A young team with a lot of potential " was how gymnastics coach Debra Dagwan described this year ' s team. The girls placed fourth in a league of eight teams. The team consisted of sixteen girls with only one senior, Allison McGuire. The outstanding gymnasts in the four events were Allison McGuire on the uneven bars; sophomore Lorae Lough on the balance beam; Julie Carter on the vualt, and sophomore Laura Phillips on the floor. Laura also won the MVP award, and freshman Debra Duffy won the award for the gymnast with the most potential. This year was Coach Dagwan ' s first year coaching, and she looks fo rward to seeing some real improvement next year. Sitting L.-R.; D Duffy, L Phillips, D Boyd. Kneeling L-R; W Cooper, J Johnsen, J Schreider, K Forns, D McClellan. Standing L-R; Coach, D Dagwan, S Felton, J Carter, A DaSilva, K Frns, L Armstrong. 79 WRESTLING Co-captains Sean Costa and Jeff Butts led the wrestling team through a successful year. The team had matches against Cape Cod Tech, and Tabor Academy, as well as a tri-meet against Scituate. At the Sectionals this year, Sean Costa, Mark Faria, Ed Feron and Jeff Butts " all did ex- tremely well " , coach Fred Douglass said. The team was assisted great- ly by the wrestling coach at Mass. Maritime Academy, Coach Douglass said. The turnout was good this year, Coach Douglas said, and the team showed a lot of progress. 80 81 ac tiv ' i ty ( ak • tiv ' i • ti ) , n. ; pi, activities (-tiz), 1, A state of action; physical motion or action; vigorous or energetic action; liveliness, 2, A persuit or recreation, especially one that is a regular part of the life of a school or college but is not a part of the course of study, FALMOUTH HIGH SHCOOL 19 8 5 AFS MATH SADD CHESS FRENCH NURSERY YEARBOOK BUSINESS MAJORETTES UN HISTORY COLOR GUARD SCIENCE FAIR SCIENCE JETTS SCHOOL SPIRIT WARRANT COMMITTEE JR. -SR. HONOR SOCIETY STUDENT ADVISORY BOARD KEY BAND AM- 11 CHORUS SPANISH CAR SHOW AV SOUND PEP SQUAD HONOR BOWL PERSPECTIVE REP SINGERS CHEERLEADERS FESTIVAL PLAY ALL-SCHOOL PLAY STEERING COMMITTEE STUDENT INTELLIGENCER NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY 82 YEARBOOK STAFF Editor-In-Chief Sports Editor Senior Portraits Editor Senior Portraits Editor Activities Editor Activities Editor Fine Arts Editor Undergraduate Editor Senior Activities Editor Photo Editor Staff Writer Clayton Jones BJ Cunha Nancy Way Ashley Fullerton Pam Salpaglou Chris Beliveau Joanne Brianna Janna Durant Charlene Rocha David Heath Audrey Borowski 1. Jim Wight- Waltman, Advisor, 2. Clayton Jones, 3. Joanne Brianna, 4. BJ Cunha, 5. David Anderson, 6. Jana Durant, 7. Charlene Rocha, 8. Pam Salpaglou, 9. Nancy Way, 10. Ashley Fullerton. Photo Staff David Heath David Anderson Clayton Jones Additional Photos By David Heath Chris Beliveau Audrey Borowski FROM THE ADVISOR - In addition to the peo- ple listed above, there were many others whose contributions, both large and small, made it possi- ble for this book to take shape. In appreciation, I would like to extend special Thank You ' s to the following folks; For various types of organizing, collecting, selling, layout, and hot persuit, our Business Managers, Mrs. Mary Bishop and Mrs. Ruth Austin; For technical and creative assis- tance, our publishers representative, Norval Gar- nett; For moral support, Mr. Kalpans, my wife, Russie and my son, Daniel; For invaluable last minute typing, April Cherio, Joanne Long, Amy Ferreria, Heather Vidal and Adrienne Kuyken- dall; For photographic assistance, Ben Moreland of In Out Photo; and finally a very special thank you to the members of the senior class, for a gift generously given and warmly appreciated. J. W-W July ' 85 Jeff Adams Lynne Ashmore Chris Beliveau Audrey Borowski Don Borowski Joanne Brianna Tom Burke John Carroll, Jr. John Cherkofsky BJ Cunha Tom Dion Ashley Fullerton Joe McLeish Chris Moreland Nancy Way Jim Wight-Waltman 83 SADD 1) Kerris Kibbis, 2) Kin in Molloy, 3) Michelle Demello, 4) Amy Ferreria, 5} Jennifer Connors, 61 Carolee Cannata, 7) Marcy Ni- disitko, 8) Karen MCAIvin, 9) Gail Cutilio, 10) Julie Det wider, II) Pattie Pace, 12) Janinne Johnson, 13) Greg Pratt, 14) Kelly Jonas, 15) Greg Clements, 16) Meg Castellanos, 1 7) Chris Moreland, 18) Tom Dion, 19) Molly O’Neil, 20) John Richardson, 21) Corrine Jacobson, 23) Pam Robert- son, 24) Mr. VonHentschel, 25 ( Julie Chereau, 26) Hi- lary Sawyer, 27) Liana Fan- tasia, 28) Scott Fricson, 29) Jennifer Fdmond, 30) Datid Quiene BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS 1) Helena Amorim, 2) Kelly Jonas, 3) Mi- chele Graglia, 4) Mary McConnel, 5) Liz Peoples, 6) Reeda Scott, 7) Donna Dinco, 8) Gina Palanza, 9) Jennifer Connors, 10) Jennifer Kennan, 11) Meg Castanallos, 12) Elaine Molloy PERSPECTIVE 1) Jason Goux, 2) Chris Gilchrist, 3) Gary Hennemuth, 4) Mr. Winer, 5) Jane Smith, 6) Leo Albert, 7) Craig Stevens 84 CHEERLEADERS L — R; Helena Amorim, Gina Palanza, Jen Connors, Sandy Van A lien, Marga- ret Castellanos, Jen Keenen, Back Row L-R; Michele, Mulhern, Kelly Jones, Allison Alwardt, Elaine Molloy, Lisa Molloy, Manta Scott, Donna Dinco, Liz Ames, Michelle Graglier, Middle, Mary MacConnell Liz Peoples MARCHING BAND Front Ron Left to Right: Mike McComiskey, Tom Barston, Brain McGrath, Chris Simpson, Ron DeSouza, tan Striffler, Heather Ward, Joanne Craig, Julie Wagner, Tim Murphy, Cliff Jurkienicz, John Butler, Second Ron; Mr. Paul Simpson-asst. Di- rector, Bill Buckley; Stefan Striffler, Chris Bronn, J.J. Palmer, Robert Slaght, Glen W hite- mead, Matt McKenzie, Tracey Pratt, .Michelle Hardin, Corrinne Jacobsen, Lauren Geary; Ken- dra Sungesser, Thrid Ron; Ellen Dronin, Chris O ' Leary, Heather Mackey; Ellen Freund, Jenny Souden, Allison Carriero, Amy Salthouse, Laura Seale, Elizabeth Murray, Cathy Davis, Spear Holnay; Kim Frazier, Jenny Crocker, Mary La- fond, Gail Lajoie, Barbara Mello, In Back: Dina Travers Front Ron Left To Right: Dirk Kokmeyer, Tim Meserve, Joe McLeish, David Anderson, Paul Cooper, Ann Marie Con- salvi, Andy Cooper, Cathy McGonan, Michelle Hardin, Ronald Stone, Erie Justason, Jeff Sirkis, Second Ron; Shelley Pratt, Ann McClearv, Sharan Grant, Kristine Aristide, John Anderson, Mr. Joseph Studley-Director, Thrid Ron; Jenny Souden, Elizabeth McLeish, Leslie Horne, Cor- rine Jacobsen, Amy Salthouse, Pam Cherkofsky; Fourth Ron; Lisa Peterman, Nicole Jordan, Hei- di Hobson, Charlotte Hampton, Fifth Ron; Jen- ny Pine, Jenny Peal, Barbara Mello, Pat Tessier, Sixth Ron; Alike Marotta, Heather Stone, In Back; Robert Sullivan 85 CHORUS Back Row, L. to R.; 1. Jennifer Johnson, 2. Gretchen Reinhagen, 3. Elizabeth Hocker, 4. Joanne Craig, 5. Bonnie Thorpe, 6. Kim Valias, 7. Sarah West, 8. Andrea Bennett, 9. Gary Hennemeuth, 10. Timothy Gregg, II. Fred Carpenter, 12. Hadley Aldrich, 13. Leslie Miller, 14. Sandra Kearney, 15. Heather Lennox, 16. Crystal Romanysyn. 3rd Row; 17. Sarah Finnell, IS. Tracy Goldsmith, 19. Corrine Jacobsen, 20. Connie Simpson, 21. Cammille Hampton, 22. Molly O’Neil, 23. Robert Dugan, 24. Kerrian McKenzie, 25. Holly Baker, 26. Laurie Parrino, 27. Rebecca Fenwick, 2S. Aimee Phelps, 29. Theresa Barrows, 30. Anne McCleary. 2nd Row; 31. Tammy Corey, 32. Paula Grasso, 33. Lorraine Foster, 34. Heather Lennox, 35. Kathryn Friis, 36. Jill Brewer, 37. Brain Johnson, 38. Bryan Murphy, 39. Lori Baker, 40. Julie Foley, 41. Susan Cutrona. Front Row; 42. Jennifer Edmund, 43. Gina Palanza, 44. Sandra Nicberm, 45. Jennifer Keenan, 46. Patricia Cullinane, 47. Jenniner Johnsen, 48. Jessica Muller, 49. Kim Mott, 50. Doug Correllus, 51. Mrs. Fortin, 52. Theodore Blanchard, 53. Julie McCormack, 54. Bridget Killian, 55. Ro- byn Irwin, 56. Debra Anderson. At the piano, Gail Lajoie. REP SINGERS L. to R.; I. Leslie Miller, 2. Crystal Romanysyn, 3. Tim .Gregg, 4. Sarah W esf, 5. Bonnie Thorpe, 6. Gary Henne- meuth, 7. Joanne Craig, 8. Aimee Phelps, 9. Andrea Bennett, 10. Doug Correllus, 11. Anne McCleary, 12. kirn Valias, 13. Theodore Blanchard , 14. Sue Cutrona, 15. Mrs. Fortin, 16. Gail Lajoie. 86 SR. HONOR SOCIETY 1) Mrs. Rohe , 2) Kelly Robertson, 3) Charlene Rocha, 4) Betsy Robinson, S) Missy Grace, 6) Barbra Peirce, 7) Marija Mauk, S) Brenda Crago, 9) Mona Devestel, 10) Gary Hennemuth, II) Jen Souden, 12) Wendy Patterson, 13) Mia Phelan, 14) Kathy Grinnel, IS) Kris Schmitz, 16) Tracy Porter, 17) Ruth Soarse, 18) Mike Reardon, 19) Tom Robertson, 20) John Sousa, 21) Nancy Cal- lahan, 22) April Clough, 23) Andy Myette, 24) Tim Church, 25) Tim Gregg, 26) Ted McGuire, 27) Jan Guitard, 28) David Merson, 29) David Braithwaite, 30) Paul Davis. JR. HONOR SOCIETY I) Kerry Kibby, 2) Lori Heubner, 3) Debbie Casso, 4) Lizzie Hocker, 5) Kerry Landry, 6) Ellen Timony 7) Paula Motta, 8) B.J. Cunha, 9) Heather Stone, 10) Mrs. Rohe, 1 1) Marla Poag, 12) Sachi Shimomura, 13) Nancy Gunther, 14) Joanne Brianna, 15) Greg Pratt, 16) Kim Vallis, 1 7) Sandy Kearny, 18) Sandra Fetters, 19) Faith Goff, 20) Kristen Manchester, 21) Cheryl Wright, 22) Joanna Lowell, 23) Gunner Trumbull, 24) Mark Hayward, 25) Kathy McEvoy, 26) Matt Robins, 27) Julie Johnson, 28) Amy Kiss, 29) Chris Corrilus, 30) Luisa Valiela, 31) Aimee Phelps, 32) Pat Tessier, 33) John White, 34) Mi- chelle Maurice, 35) Jeff Alves, 36) Mike Bowen, 37) Richard Rogers, 38) Clayton Jones, 39) Leo Albert 40) Mike Casso, 41) Craig Stevens, 42) Sean Egan, 43) Greg Giardi, 44) David Peterson, 45) Ricky Cu- solitio, 46) Sean Condon, 47) Debra Percoco 87 MAJORETTES I) Jennifer Delorme , 2) Jill Pickering, 3) Kada Graham, 4) Carolyn Mauk, 5) Chris Goulet, 6) Ad- visor: Pat Costa, 7) Darlene Jackson, 8) Sandy Nickerson, 9) Heather Mirranda, 10) Lori Baker, II) Kelly Pacheco, 12) Elizabeth Eldredge. PEP SQUAD 1) Jackie Netto, 2) Colleen McMenamy, 3) Amy Kiss, 5) Nancy Way, 6) Melanie Phillips, 7) Terri Oliver, 8) Sue Pacheco, 9) Jean Bas- sett, 10) April Clough, 11) Beth Sayers, 12) Kristin DaMore, 13) Debbie Me- deiros, 14) Heidi Medeiros, 15) Jen Boylan, 16) Joanne Colon na, 1 7) Janna Durant, 18) Leslie Miller, 19) Amy Keenan, 20) Kristen Man- chester, 21) Michelle Mar- kin, 22) Michelle Maurice, 23) Ellen Lynch, 24) Paula Knebel, 25) Sandy Peters, 26) Kim Dyer, 27) Laura Phillips, 28) Kerry Rear- don, 29) Kristin Keating, 30) Chella Ferrais, 31) Car- rie Vidal, 32) Laura Auger, 33) Sheri Ayers, 34) Jenny Schneider, 35) Laura Shroth, 36) Marci Pacheco, 37) Kelly Salter, 38) Melis- sa Walden, 39) Stephaine Schwalbe. 88 HONOR BOWL 1) David Meerson, 2) Chris Schmitz, 3) Sachi Shimomura, 4) David Braith- waite, 5) Timothy Gregg, 6) Mark Hay- ward, 7) Paul Davis, 8) Mrs. Rohe. NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY I) Debra Selleck, 2) Michelle DeMello, 3) Jason Cullinane, 4) Tina Peterman, 5) Morgan Miller, 6) Vasco Pires, 7) Sue Schrieter, 8) Robert Dugan, 9) Ma- ria Bukuras, 10) Chris Collela, II) Mi- cheal Young, 12) Kelli Florence, 13) Julian Parker. 89 FRENCH CLUB 1) Chris Correllus, 2) Amara Mustafa, 3) Pat Tessier, 4) Cathy MacEvoy, 5) Cheryl Wright, 6) Aimee Phelps, 7) John Wight, 8) Cindy Walker, 9) Chris Gilchrist, 10) Lizzy Hocker, II) Becky Jackson, 12) Laura Phillips, 13) Jen Schneider 14) Tim Cousins 15) Mrs McDougall, 16) Mrs. Cotton, 17) Marija Mauk, 18) Karen Far- rington, 19) Greg Maxwell, 20) Eric Peir- son, 21) David Braithwaite, 22) Jan Guitard, 23) Lori Huebener, 24) Kerry Kibby, 25) Craig Stevens, 26) Betsy Rob- inson, 27) John Yardly, 28) Cheri Clarkin, 29) Sean Condon, 30) Gunner Trumbull, 31) Jason Anthony, 32) Mark Haywark. SPANISH CLUB 1) Anthony Defilippis. 2) Heather Stone, 3) Katie Miller, 4) Meg Castellanos, 5) Julie Johnson, 6) Gina Park, 7) Ron Bisio, 8) Carmen Salguero, 9) Kerry McKenzie, 10) Elaine McClellan, II) Kada Graham, 12) Michelle Lopes. Missing; Jackie Allen. 90 AFS 1) Clayton Jones, 2) Sandy Gibbons, 3) Coreen Jacobson, 4) Marah Stets, 5) Jane Smith, 6) Melissa Dole, 7) Datid Bra it h- waite, 8) Jan Guitard, 9) Alleson McGuire, 10) Jason Anthony, ID Chris Gilchrist, 12) Betsy Robinson, 13) Greg Maxwell, 14) Mona Derestel, IS) Steph- anie Marquet, 16) Joanna Lowell. JETS SCIENCE CLUB I) Eric Braithwaite, 2) David Braithwaite, 3) Anne-Marie Consalvi, 4) Kris Schmitz, S) Kerry Landry, 6) Lizzy Hocker, 7) Greg Maxwell, 8) Matt McKenzie, 9) Jason Anthony, 10) Joanna Lowell, 11) Mark Hayward, 12) Clayton Jones, 13) Tim Gregg, 14) Luisa Valiela, 15) Chris Weeks, 16) Gunner Trumbull, 17) Dr. Johnson, 18) Sandy Huegenin. 91 o Cj 1) Hadley Aldrich, 2) Leo Albert, 3) Chris Correias, 4) Carolee Cannata, 5) Dara Bonin, 6) Carol Sarhis, 7) Randy Fink, 8) Ellen Walsh, 9) Joe Me Leash, 10) Scott Erickson, 11) John 13) Clare Fein. Sietto, 12) Pam DeCosta, 1) Barry Good, 2) Jeff Gonsalves, 3) Emily Flecther, 4) Kelly Dot- t ridge, 5) Chip Anderson, 6) Fred Carpenter, 7) Joe Janerico, 8) Mr Sadoff, advisor. Sound Crew; Chip Anderson, Joe Janerico. NURSERY I) Elizabeth Dionne 2) Mia Patrick, 3) Erin Ford, 4) Justin Bland, 5) Elissa Grunin, 6) Mi- cheal Conte, 7) Derrick Saffron, 8) Lori Castle- berry, 9) Patricia O ' Malley, 10) Lisa Kempton, II) Lisa Vickers, 12) Lisa Marden, 13) Emily Hussey, 14) Kristen Kramer, 15) Keith Blac- quiere, 16) John Stimpson, 17) Ms. Huckins, 18) Patricia McIntyre, 19) Audra Finley, 20) Dara Bonin. 92 STUDENT ADVISORY BOARD 1) Johnathan Trumball, 2) Bar- bara Pierce. Not Pictured: Steph- anie Marquet, Erin Coyle, Donna Deer. 1) Nancy Callahan, 2) Laura Phillips, 3) Barbara Pierce, 4) Ann Lamoureux, 5) John Antonucci, 6) Kathy McEvoy Not pictured: Stephanie Marquet, Debby Sel- leck. Bill McLean, Sandy Hurd STEERING COMMITEE WARRANT COMMITEE 1) Barbara Pierce, 2) Anne Lamoureu x, 3) Debbi Selleck, 4) Jane Smith, 5) Cristen Nelson, 6) Sarah West, 7) Pa- tricia Tessier, 8) Betsey Robinson, 9) Craig Stevens, 10) Johnathan Trum- bull, 11) Kathy McEvoy, 12) Laura Phillips, 13) John Beagan, 14) Nancy Callahan, 15) Rick Moniz, 16) Patrick Colonna, 17) Jason Basmajian, 18) Johnathan Antonucci, 19) Danny Cor- bet Not Pictured: Charles Stulb, Erin Coyle, Laura Auger, Sandy Hurd, Lau- ra Schroth. MATH CLUB I) Mike Casso, 2) Nancy Callahan, 3) Nate Svvartch, 4) Chris Schmitz, 5) David Mercan, 6) Sachi Shimomura, 7) Rebecca Jackson, 8) David Mello, 9) Rick Cusolito, 10) Buck Blum, II) Johnathan Trumball, 12) Paul Davis, 13) Tim Church, 14) Mike Bowin, 15) Rick Rodgers, 16) Mann Audong, 17) Mr. Casso -Advisor, 18) Sean Condon. CHESS CLUB 1) Sachi Shimo- mura, 2) Matt McKenzie, 3) Mark Hayward, 4) Eric Furnald, 5) Eric Deer, 6) Mr. Burnette, 7) Mr. Grunin. BUSINESS CLUB 1.) Jennifer Utley, 2) Wendy Patterson, 3) Robert Duggan, 4) Brain Morrison, 5) Mr. Kirby, 6) Jon Ma- son, 7) Becky Silva, 8) Joe Darwick, 9) Dar- lene Raposa zz d f it UN HISTORY 1) Kelli Florance 2) Betsy Robinson, 3) David Braithwaite, 4) Greg Maxwell, 5) Mr. Grunin, 6) Ellen Bezdaris, 7) Jason Anthony, 8) Brain Morrisan, 9) Jan Gui- tard, 10) Eric Braithwaite, 11) Taylor Reeves 12) Tony Defilippis KEY CLUB I) Barbara Pierce, 2) Stewart Finlay, 3) Chris McGowan, 4) Greg Stokes, 5) Mike Gagnon, 7) David Keene, 6) Mrs. Tansey advisor, S) Roland Beliveau, 9) Chris Gilchrest, 10) Anne Connoley, It) Brenda Craigo, 12) Tracy Jaillet, 13) John Souza, 14) Todd Giest, 15) Rui Lima, 16) April Spooner, 17) Eileen Frazier, 18) Kelly Pacheco, 19) Laura Phillips, 20) Wendy Cooper, 21) Audra DaSilva, 22) Beth Sayers, 23) Megan Patrick, 24) Nancy Way, 27) Leopold Blum, 26) Robby Kubi- tschek, 25) Sean Condon, 28) Jane Smith, 29) Lori Cran- shaw, 30) Ellen Lynch, 31) Sherry Ayers, 32) Janet Clark, 33) Allison McGuire, 34) Micheal Reardon, 35) Lynda Roache, 36) Jenny MacKilligan, 37) Craig Ste- vens, 38) Ted McGuire, 39) John White, 40) John Gumb- leton, 41) Jill Ervin, 42) Jill Goslee, 43) Jenny Chance, 44) Andrea Harding, 45) Kattie Miller, 46) Michelle Markin, 47) Peter Vaccaro, 48) Kathy Lipp, 50) Sherry Clarkin, 51) Paul Tierney, 52) Jason Goux, 53) Brendan McCarthy, 54) Chris Dilorio, 55) Eric Pierson, 56) Amy Keenan, 57) Sean Eagan, 58) David Pierceson, 59) Kathy McEvoy, 60) Chris O’Leary, 61) Ellen Dunn, 62) Patty O’leary, 63) Keith Johnson, 65) Scott Sayers, 64) Eliza- beth Sayers, 67) Erin Coyle, 68) Petter Leddy, 69) Jon Finch, 70) Hadley Aldrich, 71) Jason Basmajian, 72) Mrs. Rohe, Advisor, 73) Leo Albert 95 COLOR GUARD I) Anne-Marie Chicoine, 2) Jill Irting, 3) Mrs. Costa, 4) Mia Phelan, 5) Trish Keliinui, 6) B.J. ( unha. 7) Anne Walsh, 8) Ellen Bezdaris, 9) Cathy Sylvia, 10) Gina Park, II) Karen Farington, 12) Melanie Rapoza, 13) Christine Woodward, 14) Mijia Mauk, IS) Lisa Faulkner, 16) Theresa Barrows, 17) Cathy Davis 18) Kim Toldness, 19) Heather Lennox, 20) Jennifer Johnson, 21) Cindy Faulkner, 22) Pam DeCosta, 23) Tina Peterman, 24) Didi Murry, 25) Jen Wilson, 26) Allison Ratsy, 27) Ginny Reed, 28) Ellen Drouin, 29) Leigh Ellen Ferreira, 30) Donna Lanaly 31) Elana Perez, 32) Dawn Penmen. Left to right.; I. Joe McLeash, 2. Laura Kilday, 3. Jennifer Coleman 4. Kathy Grinell, 5. Amy Kiss, 6. Audrey Borowski, 7. Mr. Winer. STUDENT INTELLINGENCER 96 CAR SHOW ’84 )7 CHAMBER MUSIC CAST Leslie Miller Aimee Phelps Christen Nelson Jennifer Johnson Bonnie Thorpe Julie Wagner Sarah West Hannah Hatfield Laurie Goetz Brian Johnston Assistant Director, Jeff Johnson Student Director, Hadley Aldrich Tech Crew, Ruan Pimental, Jeannine Johnson, Alan Bohnart. Directed By Michael Helfen ANNIE Directed By Michael Helfen ++- -44fl State Science Fair Winners SCIENCE 102 FAIR 1985 Gunnar Trumbull Third place Eric Rohe Honorable mention Rebecca Jackson First place Eric Hallstem First place 103 SCHOOL SPIRIT 104 Homecoming Queen Nancy Way 105 mill Sarah Thompson •»,WV George Crocker Brian Perry 1967-1983 1967-1981 I thought once how Theocritus had sung Of the sweet years, the dear and wish ed-for years Who each one in gracious hand appears To bear a gift for mortals, old or young: And, as I mused it in his antique tongue, I saw, in gradual vision through my years. Those of my own life, who by turns had flung A shadow across me. Straightway 1 was ' ware. So weeping, how a mystic Shape did move Behind me, and drew me backward by the hair; And a voice said in mastery, while I strove- " Guess now who holds thee? " - " Death. " I said. But. there, The silver answer rang. - “Not Death, but Love. " Joe Malone 1967-1984 106 SE-NIOR ' se-ny r n (Me, fr,L,fr. senior, adj.) 1: a person older than another (five years his) 2 a: a person with higher standing rank b. a senior fellow of a college at an English University c: a student in the year preceding graduation from a school of secondary or higher level. 1 9 8 5 President Ted McGuire Vice-President Nancy Callahan Secretary Treasurer Roly Beliveau 107 Lynne Ashmore Darrin Allen Skiing in 84 with FB Cm and the bones sparke marlarke on the gondola with Cm and FB with a cloud of smoke. With B.B.B. Good Times at T.R. with ML CM ML FB CF DC Special friends Sue p CM FB JB KG PR RH HAZY SOCO I am knot trashed. Scavenger hunt with SP CS FB CM. Florida trip with JF in the pete Halloween-81 -Alla. Tea + Cookies w Gin whtc-Morns- Do Barge- Big-. France-84 Parisitology-MBL-Bunnies + Thwarting Construction In The Halls w HH. Biology at WHOI. PR, Stampers ' Trekies Unite! LL= Bones MM=Spock KU = Kirk. Lunch w-MM- TR-HH Puff. What Judy Blume never told you for MM BY LA. Thanks Mr. Cali! Dave Who? Grab! Dippy-w w GR. AMHERST ' IT ' S AN OUT AND OUT FANTASY. YOU " VE GOT TO LIVE YOUR DREAMS FOR REAL!! Kim L. Alves This is it 1 Class Pres, fresh + soph B- Ball V-Ball S-Ball Co-Capt. of B-Ball 83- 84 Tri-Capt. 84-85 Co-capt of V-Ball 84- 85 KEY CLUB LAKE PLACID SLEEPING ON THE BEACH END- LESS TRIPS to the PIED REJECTED AT THE DOCK NEW YEARS 83-84 St. Pats. Day Weekend at the P-House trips to the RCC LETS GO SOME- WHERE ELSE! Jones-n-Jones Pest of the West Always-n-forever busied in the T-room by M-Chow never forget Mel or Danny Thanks Mom-Dad and smoke I Love You 1 Brian D. Atchue " IF YOU LOVE SOMETHING LET IT GO IF IT DOESN ' T COME BACK TO YOU-HUNT IT DOWN AND KILL IT” RHAMBOT. LANDERS + K-Car=To- taled 6 Trees Does Stop A car New Years Eve P.C. Me and G " Key Club " Did We Give UP When The Germans Bombed Pearl Harbor? This BUD ' s For You-JR GM BM BF RK BC DM JS MP Wendy Gail Marie Amaral Anna WE Did It! Goodbye F.H.S. Hel- lo World. Thanks to EVERYONE who helped me make it through the years. I Love You JIM and JEN. YOU ARE EV- ERYTHING TO ME 1 Best Friends: Anna, Dana, and Teresa. Others I wont forget: SB AF PL Mrs. Mason, CS, PB. LC, HM, RR, PR, TM. KD, NW, SM, AC, DS, KH. You me EP flirting. Prom night " 84 " Volleyball: block 3. My rock 1 GREASE Make the Best of What You Have, when You Can ' t Have the Very Best THANKS MOM’ Teresa Mary Barrows GOD BLESS YOU 1 Happiness is not in far distances places but in loving hearts and smiling faces! Practice Room + the auditorium during 7th + 8th Colorguard Key Club, ECHO 1 OS- 117 Chorus Exchange. You are the funniest 1 Sister Sledge, Jr Work Week- end Block 2 with CN CK JD Tickle Pink. HELLO ' Special Friends Like KL KK WA JM GS MP TM LS TK RR HM AC DB Lunch Room Wrap Where ' s my teeth? 1-4-3 Mom + Dad! Jason C. Anthony Spin-Shake-Rattle-Rock + Roll Kris blow it off KimoSabi and 2 cops the Lude ha ha Roma 83 Explorer Post 40 Shaolin Kempo Spring and Winter Track lot of Clubs the bro from Another planet skiing psy- chology? Ciao-GM KS KG DM DB MS SD TS 1 shall Wear White Flannel Trousers and Walk Upon the Beach Eliot ARRIVEDERCHI Jean Bassett Pep Sguad 2 Vermont 84-85 Florida 84 Popeye w Sue Foxboro-escorted to the front door Best Fnends-KG SP CS PR CM DA FB CV DM HM PC 2-9-82- Always ' Paul. Love ya ' 2-6-85 " My T ' s Are on Fire " So all those summer nights-KG-RK MT-me Prom 83-84 Someone ' s at the door window-sp Ha- waii Bound -KG ZEBRA PC I want Mike ' s Jeep-KG " Thanks for being a friend -KG Good Luck! Eric C. Baumann England 82 TR Rolling Stones Leeds 882 Cars 2 summer 84 Europe 86? Skiing!! Guido what ' s up? Revolver world of red billys new boots, boda- tious ta tas yarbles steg-labbats Elsies crue ez ' s 007 Mission at the heights w TC CB OH MY KB I know what you do in your room Life is nothing without friends SC BA RO TR MB TM TC CN DN CB xxoo Thans R WB Let The Good Times Roll Best of Luck To The Class of 1985. Elizabeth Allison Baumgardner I hope that everyone has a great time after graduation. Let ' s face it, we all deserve it after FHS. As for me. I ' ll be relaxing in sunny Australia. Wish you could be here. Kathy, I hope that our animal magnatism never dies out, I mean I ' ve never met anyone who could attract animals as well as you. And Jill, in the great words of MM, blondes definitely have more fun! lust trust me. How many blondes have you met that aren ' t smiling. Love you all. Frank B. Beckwith WOW! It ' s here I ' m graduating PAR- TY!! If it wasn ' t for ED I would? be here ILU Ellen! Gondola with DA and CM HIGH! what! skiing with who Allen OH NO! Party Pals CM DA DS PR RM GS RH SO CO JV football and varsity foot- ball 1 Thanks DM EM KP IT LA LM JK AK LS LA Jenn T tall but she is so cute Thanks alot Scrumpy! Later Allen Special friends KP ST CM DS DA SP CS KG RR JB Goodbye everyone don ' t party to much Marines in 86 with Bill Mason. Roland E. Beliveau III Roly B.-Laxman-the Colt-worship the the sun-working at the beach Boxers- shirts off- where’s Stew! -Barrel night- fear and loathing Hunter S.- ' T-T-That ' s all folks " Porky Pig-Bull frog- ' ’What a long strange trip it ' s been " The Dead-EP is the slab What happened in the winter of 85-$20- Newbury St. -the Square-MBL Club- Rasta-B. Breathers is there any other-I want to be a lifeguard- Good Luck To All My Friends! Andrea J. Bennett TENNIS BASKETBALL LACROSSE PEP SQUAD CONDROMALACHIA WBYCSDT WBYC MYC FYC Dances Washburn Island Powderpuff Step FLICK ' U2 God, I love beards! Always a bridesmaid CMAMKKJTKPPKLJC BGWS WROLFLFKMEBTMBAEM Mr. Griffin Mr. Casso-Gotta Love! EM Rome 83 Troll ' s midterm dunes po- lice concerts sailing skiing Echo 112 Goodwill Park 19 lul 83 shopping w BA BS Parties Concerts MORE Par- ties CC sunsets and JPM Thank you ETR I Love You Mum and Dad. Peter W. Benoit Youth Group HaHa Table skiing Car- ousel Annie Senior Play, Techies do it in the DARK 1 Liftin Bud Pounders Alfa Romeo CRASH 1 VOLLEYBALL En- gland 85 workin at the Creamery Latin with Eugene Canoe Races PINK FLOYD FOREVER wild summer nights Military Police 1 RK KA SS S] ND LF E!A JW SA WA GP JV you guys have been great Sophia you ' ll Always Be Special To Me Mom and Dad what can I say? I owe it all to you=Thanks; TO THE REST OF YOU- " HOLD ON TO THE DREAM " . Ellen O. Bezdaris My dearest father I love you forever. Family and friends are what counts Who or what gave us that counts the most Everyone needs someone to count on ECHO What is it all about?! Ugg! Es! Wait Scary The saddest thing is . . . Let ' s hear the DIRT Gossip 1 Spe- cial people; Greg Jenny Ann, Cathie Cathy Kerry Sandy Jackie Julie Nancy Ashley Brenda " BC " ; " T " Magg Mom Fats Summers make it bearable. It is a lonely time I see reminders of what was yesterday. Andrew Billings Hitchhiking 20 x 3 = Keys for Bondo- mobile Hiking Downhill I got Emm Ed Canoeing to the bottom of the bay with SJ Boo-Man-Chu Who thinks all girls from Maine look like Moose Polo an ancient Chinese ninja. Perkins with Irish Windup Toy. Trippy Bondo artist extraordinary Sando the Commando ' s Quest for the Golden Arches Rockin ' with ZZ TOP. 109 David G. Braithwaite Dawn Black " Bug” The Best of Wishes To My Friends Love Ya! DS MEL TM KK TF LC TM JR SB WA, TO CF BF Thank you for everything Mrs. O. I will miss fighting with you. Good Luck to the rest of the class of " 85 " LC TF The Best of Times you spent in o.p. LC good luck with the steno. " And you know it ' s time to go through the sleet and driving snow across the fields of mourning to light that’s in the distance " -U2 Prez French UN His- tory Clubs Let ' s Get sushi and not pay for it Parties in Greenroom Blow It off Lateweeknite movies at the NICK Hey BO Spin DSM JCA GJM KS NC KG EMB 119 Gof DURAN DURAN U2 MG AM T can ' t pretend to mind your smiling " RB AFS Science Club Hacky- ball what ' s all this then nudge nudge Leopold B. Blum IV " Buck " Hat Trick Winter Track SMC Champs x 2 MUGSY PHINY 35 ' ? Torgue ' Whale Relay Baseball-FUN? Paulid TM RG KG DW RO RB SS EP PL Freddie D, Dr. J JY RB JA Lake Plas- tered ski? Trip first period substitutes- Troll Grumnakev Long Live Reagan BK lounge 4 wheeling on roller coaster No reverse college? SIONARA 1 " Deborah M. Brand " My precious child, during your times of trial and suffering, when you see only one set of footprints, It was then that I carried you " Memories of CHI- CHI Echo track skiing Bud " L " Nanc " it ' s only chemical " The blue bomb! Bessie Missouri in summer of " 84 " In- fatuation! " Take time to play It is the secret of perpetual youth " Laughs with Gail! The triple ' s " Clan UNFORGE- TABLE NSBHCS TBTMB MRKCMS SKPTSE FDSI Di Mow-Love YOU Al- ways Mom and Dad Sharon A Boissonnault " Shar " Partying in ]B " s Van Killed a bug and crashed! HI Bankie! I LOVE YOU JAIME 10 9 82 ON THE DARK SIDE BOOMBABY Monte Carlo Grand Pris Citlass New Years Eve 83 Trash Can at McD ' s Jungle Juice Roll- ing Stones Sun Country Riunite Raoul Mighty Maverick Pump-House Her- ring Run still life Chug-A-Lug Prom of 84-JPV JV Cheerleading TO ALL MY GOOD FRIENDS JR TM KK KD NW LI PR KH TT JG WE ' RE OUTA HERE I ' LL Always be a beast of burden LOVE YOU MOM DAD Sean Boyce Grapes softness Plasticoli Pink 9 Squeegees scrapers screens binholes xylol Gary H. Gary W. Jonny O. I LOVE YOU LAURIE GETZ HOW 1 YEARN TO DO WONDEROUS DEEDS, HOW I NEED TO BE JUST, AND FAIR I ' M TO NICE TO KILL EVEN WEEDS, TO NICE TO RIP OUT YOUNG GIRLS HAIR. I COULDN ' T HURT MY FELLOWMAN, THAT WOULD BE A DISGRACE. COULDN ' T PUT HIS FINGER IN A FAN. OR PUNCH HIS SMILING FACE. Lisa M. Busch " Lee " Goodbye EBLBK DBFLGK GWPCW CYL HTPB BCRAFAB Poin- dexter Beefstew Angel ' s Party 84 Courage is the ability to let go of the familiar Australia Bound! I Love You Mom Dad Tracey Senior X-Mas trees Goodbye FHS Hello World Good Times w Kim Wendy Lauren Only those who attempt the absurd can achieve the impossible Good Luck Class of 85 1 I ' m not weird, I ' m strange! no Hope Alexandra Carajanes George P. Cabral III 2 yrs. IV. Basketball Mgr. Varsity Bas- ketball Team Enioyed being part of the FH S Hoop Program Portugal -Spain ' 85 ' Portuguese Mr. Mello Bridgewa- ter or Salem State Major: Physical Edu- cation Good Luck to CP JD RC AMC TB Best Wishes to the Class of 85. Later FHS. Cheerleading-good times IH my best friend dont fall in July 84 s + s the man in le mans summer 84 remember SB JH MB and ME rockm the boat wash- burns Tarpaulin cove summer summer summer The Cars Beachin Heights 3212 1 SCREAM FOR ICECREAM my honey New Hampshire Bound ST Dac- ques at the palace, dance dance dance LFMGMCAB were on the loose! Mark 1 love you! sweetums life here I come bye SP + MD Ca HAVE FUN IN FHS GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 85 Cl AO " Maura Callahan No Clue " Yees " That ' s scary 1 Lake Placid-Tiffany ' s Bud-Parties sissypoo rules Chris you ' re absolutely wonder- ful! Sacbound TGFHD R.J. Nancy and Tim You ' re always on my mind. POP- CORN I HAVE OFTEN ASKED MY SELF THE REASON FOR THE SADNESS IN A WORLD WHERE TEARS ARE JUST A LULLABYE IF THERE " S ANY ANSWER MAYBE LOVE CAN END THE MADNESS MAYBE NOT BUT WE CAN ONLY TRY’ Lori Castleberry 85 ' Giggs-Smash-K. Inky + Crash! I Luv U Timmy L-What ' s happenin ' KO VB PO KH LM CM TM? TL Please dial zero for BC + got to have that MT! Out looking for the dog w TL. HA ' Luv U Sweetie ' SP times w TL Vineyard + Fair + my B-Day! Booping! Bluemoom at chappy w KO VB CM + Ballpk.84 ' Smashing Bessie w PO ' CVS 2 home ' I ' ll miss you 1 Calif. Bound all the way! Lots of luv MOM and DAD + Family + Friends + of course Timmy 1 Nurs- ery School + JH ' CDDDDD. ' YEE- HAW ' This is it ' Hang in there 85! Nancy M. C allahan One day we will learn to fight for free- dom again. Question Authority “I was not born to be forced " Thoreau There are a lot of things that are not right, and no one seems to care. I aim to change that. Join the cause. Maura, Ted, RJ + Tim-I ' ll see you in the things I love. Mr. Carroll and Tom-you both helped me to survive in your own way Woods Hole + Boston " Look out kid they keep it all hid " Bob Dylan Activist ALL WE ARE SAYING IS GIVE PEACE A CHANCE Robert C. Cecil TINKER TP LOVES RC SGTMBBIES BABE1WTMLTYILYS 1WTLBYL IWT- SOYB BI WTBWYAI WTSATS- JOOYLC NO LIFE IN HIGH SCHOOL BUT A WHOLE LIFETIME AFTER HIGH SCHOOL. TO MY FRIENDS IT ' s BEEN GREAT ' GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE IN THE FU- TURE’ THIS MAKES THREE. CHEERS CORSY DUDMAN MOBY BY THE CARS HERE ' S TO PARTIES CHER- RIES AND FOURTH OF JULYS GOOD-BYE TO FALMOUTH HIGH AND HELLO TO THE NEW WORLD HILL STREET BLUES SENIORS RULE ' DR NB DF BB WP GC LNWY FI Dana L. Canepa Can a beans Summer of 82! Twitta and Evan concerts. Corvette, Boston, and the partying van ' True friends will be true friends forever: PO AS WA KH DS PR I will always remember the spe- cial friends you ' ve been to me. Bob Seeger Awesome! Horses of course, Tiffany and Willie. Late nights with JM. Faithfully Dana and Derek. Ski trips with no skiing, Prom. MOMMOM your in my heart always! MOM and DAD I LOVE YOU 1 Thanks for everything! Dean Chambers Thanks to those who have done any- thing for me and special no-thanks to those who have done the opposite. Ill Anne Marie Chicoine Colorquard Pres. 4 yrs. Key Club fig- ure skating 15 yrs. BS II JB AB SB Chemistry KL Vineyard mopeds JI KL Road Trip 85 California Bound powder puff CAPT. Ice Capades " Go For It " Z- KAR fun times to remember! Don ' t ever stop dreaming your dreams! SS 2:30 BS II friends forever JI KL BS SB DS Thanks Deb + Kim Take Care Class of 85 1 Love ya Mom Dad! Sandra Jean Cobb Silver + Stanley 82-85 Pinto City 82 I ' ll never part from my sneakers! Watch out May cause here I come with S.A. Jr. All the way live in 85. Marvin Gay Chimpunk Jaws Two Tone Trou- bles Fuzzy bear but special of all love my Cape Verdean SA CC CP MJ. Timothy M. Church National Honor Society Varsity Ice Hockey Math Team Eagle Scout Tails Heights Mission with EB-007 would be proud skiing outer limits Elsie’s stafl party ' 84 Roma ' 85. Christopher " Caloo " Colella Tae Kwon Do; Art Honor Society; Art work- Prom 84 Annie Cartoons for the Student Intelligencer Program of stud- ies. Awesome times-Woodshop 85; painting Lamborghini mural; art exhi- bition ceramics (Hi Dondra) Graphics and geometry with Mr Mcauley Spe- cial thanks to Mr. Burnette Mr. Pires Mr. Leary Mr. Winer Good Luck in the future Sean Eric Gary Mike G. Mike F. Pat Kada Tim Doug Dan Nick Ann L. and George. Stay alive Don ' t drink n Drive Class of 85. Andrew R. Clark Soccer Varsity 2 years lacrosse varsity call it 3?? W. Track 1 year We ' ve lost the show shirts off Mrroww The Suburban R.I.P. road trip to wrestling out w the boys Jim Keith Brendan Chris Rui Peter Jason Gray Sum mer 84 in the Pink Palace the " with style " you guys are all great KO- DIAC THE BUD SALUTE Indoor soc- cer weekend I don’t know where but she sends me there " What a long strange trip it ' s been " GRATEFUL DEAD Ann E. Connolly Out w Madonna on Halloween, Pep Squad buddies-KL AC NM BS EL MM HM DM- my Spanish buddy-HM-Good Luck you dancing fool 1 Martha ' s Vine- yard 8 8 84 P-n-B ' s Bahawing on MV. The Big Chill 1 Brenda Bean 1 Echo 1 12- Thanks TB! Ski Trip 85-Tiffaney ' s-Se- nior rockems with the queen 1 Friends Forever-NW KD AF 1 Good Luck RR HM AC NW AF KD EB JD AS BC TB! SMELLEN 1 Thanks Mom and Dad! April A. Clough Pep Squad Honor Society Love ya P. Squad buddies: MM AC NW BS DM HM and of course EL-beep beep’ the bird A + K and the KC boys choc, chip cookies with LC PU for 3 MC-I can tell 1 Sen. Rev. with IR and HM " tweeelve” Suie Piq " Let ' s creep around " summers at Bowerman ' s Gwendolyn 1 US 3- me. Raquel and Heidi RK-special Madonna, When you ' re in Europe don ' t forget me Hei- di-B F F Proverbs 3:5-6 I Love You Mum + Dad! 1 I ' m gonna miss my room. i Jennifer Lynn Connors Capt Varsity Cheerleaders Pep Squad BUBBLES SADD EX Comm Echo 115 I Jan 28 Mike DiMaggio New Years Eve MC remember village green 3rd base pitchers mound choir boys Feb 1 Cheryl Paradise My Left ONE " My family is my only pride Mom Dad I LOVE YOU thanx for always being there " " I ' ll miss you " Andrea Goony Goo Goo " A smile can make the dif- ference " " You ' ve got a friend " " LP KJ MC EM AB AG JR MIKE FRANK KG PG KA JG TE " BUNS " Mr OBnen + Mr Helfen Fensy I ' ll miss ya. 112 Jenny Rebecca Crocker Christine A. Contardo Summer of ' ' 84 " KS SM FG FB MM JM TS IC BD AF DJ JC MC TP spooka ' s after hours Love You Doug forever. Best times are with you 84-85 BEST YEAR 1 Stage Band (Saxes 1 , TCCC Fan Club) Marching Seasons Sec " Carou- sel " " Music Man " What a week! Ex- change concerts (Bee-Bop) Wash ' 85; SR. English-oh my God! NHS Honor Guard ' 84 Prom night 82-85 killer chicks on the loose " NMF”! (Except KF 1 ) McWow 1 PS Thank you for every- thing! Good Luck LSEMCSCDKTKFF SDMHMMM SJPMMJDPCJD + EV- ERYONE I forget Thanks IM To CW- Finally Bowie ' 85 " such is the stuff from where dreams are woven " Thanks MOM + Dad I LOVE YOU ' Brenda Crago Varsity Tennis 1 , 2, 3, 4 Key Club 2, 3, 4 National Honor Society Echo 112 April in Paris 84 w AS CBM P + B ' s M.V.Y. AC M in PB EF Lake Placid RK CABOOSE W AS ID JJ EB JA Sure, I ' ll do that AC YAZ The Big Chill Spur of the moment Hyn. Centipede HM Good Luck Boo-Boo, Thanks BC! Lynne Crowell Never Forget all the great times Sun- fish Catamoran with AC Turn up the music BP Florida with KF Don ' t forget the crash with PE Sept 2, CH also Good Friends DB KD TF NW BF There ' s still more great things to come Thanks for everything MOM and DAD. Granville Cranston Going to Rome June 85- We would Jam in Joe ' s Garage- Jammin with the Band- Hi Gina-OSCRU-ME AN MY AXE- School ' s out forever- Remember the coop-pins and needles-the frog How- ard Stern Roma 83 Frank Zappa-Nan- tucket-Madequechaw Jam Zigfried-Cheap Trick-Basketball- Dawn-Gene Gene the Latin Machine- Portuguaz Professor Bob-Catch 22- Vigil Ante BHG the Beast-San Die- go Chargers-H + K - Frug-Narly-It ' s almost over-years ago -If-Celtics Rule- Fishin the point-Goodbye. Gail Ann Cutilo Ski Trips 82-85 w CC KM DF CC Don ' t forget sniffles + big toes Lee we never did get to ride that too much rail road system! PP Remember toticus? He will never get us that ghostly devil you broke my zipper! CB HIPS Maine Summer of 83 w DP Ha Ha ' s 5 CG Beach w ND nunism? But Karen he might live there! Sunday Drives ce- spool mouth diz are the insides cooked?? Do you have money I can borrow? I took a digger I love you MOM + DAD. Kathleen A. Dalton Martha ' s Vineyard-Accident scene w Ashley-Northeastern toilets Memorial night Nanc I ' ll miss all the crazy times. Breakfast w Tracy. Hampton Beach 83-84 Anne: The worst of friends often turn out to be the best of friends Thanx Timmy for all the fun times. I Love You 1 Thanks Mom + DAD! Remember al- ways TK NW AF AC TF TM MP RB LC Mike: Thanks for a good year Lisa you better learn how to ski! Sandra get a real hair cut BEER (jinx) FIRSTAID. Mona I. DeVestal Pacts on the beach slurping egg yolks in the library torturing toes HHS to the top! H + K indulgences EP Dreams Quiter A Nerd Jail Show Dances " Se- cret Lust ' ' SG BR TC BP SM uncon- scious state of mind auxilium JC! Bep on my trail entering a new dimension eating my way into bovine state Cali- fornia surviving for better days! Moral degradation in M2 scaring SG and fall- ing successful show kitten + BR anais liberte fulfilling pact??!! Catherine M. Davis Colorguard band xchanges DC-85 Road Race Day-The Best! Halloween w the Gang-SCARY 1 Let ' s heat the dirt good buddies-JD CS (caff-free) JA KM EB BC AS ]] SI SS KB JP JC MH ML (son) EP (mouse) EF LM MP LS New Yeats Who ' s parents aren ' t home- JD Riunite WC ' s Howie Bound 3rw En- gland 85 scorpions cars (9:30 pm) Echo 1 14 Bye BC 1 The LTD over JD ' s (I A JJ) A whole case! S + S Patrol (JJ CS) Golf course happenin ' 4th of July 1 LOVE YOU MUM + DAD YOU ' RE THE BEST ' Chris Diorio Class of 85 Varsity Golf 3 years Marsh- field Rheobeth Burban Rest in Pieces wrestling shirts off sleeping on the beach Road trips with BM JC RL JP PL Kinks Concert Pants Off Eye contact Buckwheat Loon SAT ' s with Brendan Andrew and RUMPLE ' minz swill Keish and Thumper Meow bottomless pits good luck Andrew Brendan Jim Pete Rui Keith Thanks Mom Dad for everything. Paul M. Davis Math Team, Jets-Sci Club, Dr. J. Tony C, Freddy T. Bo Griff, J. Moody Phys- ics, Co bus + Trumbull Tradition MIT? T.C. sully B-cubed cardinals + poison pythons? Hell no . . NO day glow Sahara 1 Third stage Alpha-Ome- ga Say goodbye forever 1 Kimberly J. Dottridge Good Times through the yrs w LB LG DL WAL EAB KN band exchanges NH 82 CONN 83 MMRHS 84 DC + MD 85 majorettes 83-85 ftbl games Sr rock Wa in rainbow Mashpee Ange- lo ' s- LG LB RCDD A JBF JR BPDK MM KURHKTJRTMMCEBJSBBDFJS + xmas pty w LB (I ' ll drive) BF AJ DD (Your the best) Lauren + Lisa-no mat- ter where u r we ' ll still be the best of friends I ' ll miss you 1 RF Line (ha ha- ) Mom + Ben I luv u thanx FOLLOW YOUR DREAMS + AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW YOU ' LL FIND YOUR POT OF GOLD ' Jennifer A. Delinks Colorguard-Secretary treasurer Band Echo 117 Exchanges Banquets Que- bec 83 Florida- 3RW Waif The Fab Four Boston The fair what ' s the gos- sip? 1 Golf course scary 1 Riunite pow- derpuff I don ' t get it 1 The Boss 85-1 can ' t believe it! Summers parties and fun times with CD EB JA CS JJ KM AC BC AS AM ML Thanks BC + Mr J Follow your dream . . . take one step at a time and don ' t settle for less, just con- tinue to climb. James J. Duddy " DUDMAN " Football-Capt (78) Base- ball (11) JV basketball. " 1st line on sled " with GM GS PG DS WWF at the garden BM GC JD MMA-CK JV Cran- ny ' s Office " Burma Road " Good Luck- GC GS BF PG as ts. BSC BOUND! 114 Jennifer Duggan Karen L. Farrington Rappin Pauly C and the Honkezoids Canton Greg and Tony Sarah Mary Melanie-Randolf Joe-By and Gregg ATC walking to Mashpee ice skating exchange concerts Carol and Conn. Andy Glenn Steve R Basketball Mr Holcomb Save the Seeds Mo Muf La Bo Melby? New Years Eve 1984 Rush- Huey Lewis-Deep Purple the Landing The Jenmobile the Fair and spear Mary ' s tree fort late might dips flying turkeys-Canada KA B-Ball Party Share it with the ones you love it ' s more fun. ■ Quebec ' 83 April in Paris ' 84 (-out-of- control) England ' 85 (real men right CW?) Exchange Concert ' s Color- guard ( " those 8 things " ) French Club Honorguard BSALWC-it ' s casual-hey- RU-WD ' s all the way! Special Friends-SAC (B) RP LF LG MM (HELP!!) MR BR CW JC SM (HAVE YOU SET THE DATE) All my IDT bud- dies again 1 9 16 83-STH you have to be a friend Thanks MOM and DAD (Jeff too!) UNH BOUND! Janet Dussault T.T. 3 Snuffy wue my faithful friend Lis. Aquarian nites w KF Dancing in the streets Bachelor Party! TGIF-N.S. Road Race 84 The truck weekends w o the rents! SKI TRIPS! The C.P. ' s - CJ NS MF SS. Road Trips! Concerts " Ya wanna cigar?” GJWTHF! Summer! It ' s coffee time Bon! Thanx M + D I luv ya Raron, pooh cakes! " There’s a little bit of magic in a simple little smile, some- thing that makes life worthwhile. " Lisa D. Faulkner " Lai” To the class of 85-1 wish you all the best of luck-SV PB AM + MF LF ML RL AB CW KG RS OLLY Rainbow-Wa GCO Colorguard volleyball science fair Nas- sau 82-84 California-83 Hawah-85 2 10 82-T11 always remember! !-PGRS xmas tree sales BRUCE momuff those red cheeks ' Senior class Play! PMU Prom-83 84 84 w GM AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW ALL OF MY DREAMS CAME TRUE-Thanks Mom- Dad Gerry-my love for you will last for- ever! Goodbye FHS-IDCA-Amy M. Eric Eklund Badge Cross Camera Boot WATER- BOY BANDAGE disciplined dogs Blanket space Laura Fein Don ' t walk in front of me, I may not follow, don ' t walk behind me, I may not lead- Just walk beside me and be my friend. Thanks Mom and Dad, and especially Chris, BT, RP KF, MG, AM, AND LF. I ' ll miss you 1 NORTHEAST- ERN here I come!!! Jean Elichalt Originality is nothing but judicious im- mitation Voltaire You can where the uniform and I will play along Salut Mlta All of this and nothing Rebecca Amy Fenrick The best of times the best of friends: GRAFFITI GOLD: BUBBA and BOOM BOOM ' 83 " San Francisco ’84 ' 85 exchange 83 84 85; wild roses BC theatre football arrooga ' STAR-TO-BE ' ' You look marvelous ' clunch Ladies CSDD: HEROES: MH AD Shake- speare WM EAP BONJO ELLIOT; TS BJ LB WP PG PM JZ SF RE EH JC EZ TC EP SB LG CC TM TI KD BF JD BB GC TH BA TG MJ MOMJ ' m ok 1 Real- ly I am! Don ' t FEAR DEATH FEAR LIFE FOR IT IS NOW 1 GENEVA BOUND 1 Edward Feren Shawn A. Fitzpatrick Goodbye FHS Class of 1985 1 The $4.95 Tree, and " the wreath " FSC in 86. Summer 85-This Buds for you Sun- sets with SV are the best. Crusing in the Bonneville FSC in 86 Class of 85 Good Luck. Barbara L. Fetters BABS We are a unit-CR LB Good Times with LB WP LB PM DB TO KT TP Good Luck-PM EZ JT JN The Tank- R.I.P. MT Everest Super Stop Shop- BK Homeroom with PJ RF DF TC Gooney Goo-Goo and raggin ' Good Luck Class of " 85 " - Good Bye Linda I Love You Mom Dad Sandy Donna Thank You Mom Dad. Barbara Field I made it! Remember parties, week- ends, much Blue Label and many late nights. Red hearts Bob Tooley The C. and T. syndrome out of here January 29 Friends forever LM TL BH SR DS AND LC. It ' s raining in the blue room on my 18th B. Day Miss ya Sparky and Snowball Love ya Friskie Fluff-n-nutter Future . . . Flick and Nursery School with Lisa Thanks Ma and Matthew see ya! Tracy Flanders The Best of ' 84 ' 85 with BS and his red TA Skipping with Kd " short " jokes with TM Diets with LC Disaster of May 83 Oct. 1 , 1983 Skiing with: BS KP DJ KN TS JM Friendships; din ' t forget OP DB Falling in Love BAHAMAS with Brian in ’85 Thanks for everything MOM DAD. David A Fketcher " Fletch " + the Jeep Good Times w STUJEDKTDEFCWT " Meet Ya at the Harbor " Penn State Bound 1 Hang- overs-HARSH Lax 85 Adventures to LOwell Woods HOlew DTJPSF " 83 " Florida for 9 SUSU + SAM Phoneage with SF + TD Denny ' s KEG KEG KEG!! Skiing-up + down? Good times at CW ' s House. The Heights Is there life after Bud 85-what a year. GOOD LUCK TO ALL MY FRIENDS MAY YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE. Stuart Finlay Let ' s Party ' Sept. 8. 84 Best B-Day. Thanks Mom Woods Hole w DF JP DT. OKTOBERFEST at Skidmore Col- lege Where did the beer trucks go? 5 Bates St. Dedham this Buds for you! Penzance point Woods Hole Cruisin ' the Carribean on kamphana with Dad and Rob Partying Me with the Tabor Crew Needham Ma. (Surprise Me) Denny ' s with TD + DF Hi LM Rocky Point Florida Here we come! I luv you Christine. Thank you everyone!!! . . . ■ Eillen M. Frazier Lain Weena FIELD HOCKEY TENNIS ECHO 117 " Solid " INTELLIGENCER Lake Placid U-Mass S3 Mony CN CALIF Cel Tene Jolene Crest Dead Leaves . . Queenie CD-DU c Lirpa + Brenda FH-JM Bronze condo (WAMSBG) DS + AL 84 WE are the luckiest. 116 Douglas J Frederick Todd Geist VARSITY FOOTBALL No 1 for a week. Bud FB W SF + DF. Biggest Bash of the year Nov 1 1 . Breakin on Bristol w MF + PG Raiders of the lost cause MF + ME Get them bottles RK Chappy Beach Bashes cuffed and stuffed. Aerosmith Dec 27 all night at Debby ' s Oct 1 began it all. Kerry be good. I ' m coming back Heaven is the home of all hearts. The Goose is gone from Falmouth. BYE. Elizabeth " Ashley " Fullerton IV CHEERLEADING 1. 2 SENIOR EDITOR 4 Kate Nanc Anne Jules Luv U EB GS BS BA Summer of 82 Heights-Martha ' s Vineyard 84 P B 3rd block runs to McD’s 8th block lunch CRAZY TM GH JASON BABY " Northeastern toilets w Kate Accident scene Boston w Nanc Gin + Tonics NHC! pepper perms SUPRA 3 stooges KK LM AF NY bars 1 Ulti- mate tans My black stomach IT ' S HARD TO BE GOOD WHEN YOU DREAM OF BEING GREAT Luv to the Lord Mum Jeff Amanda Jon Mr H MC SW CHRIS!! Shannon Patricia Gibbons Out of saynomen into reality via HHS - Packs on the beach - Parsley and thyme my friend Delgodo (Ly) Hosley- Viapa vous- Why don ' t we do it on the road- Ties-ect. Oh, yes remember Basil experiment. Michael R. Gagnon Cong. Page-D.C. Sports Perspective with Greg Body By Stokes Partybus- ters Hey Sportfans! Bleacher Creature Riots Tues night migraines at the li- brary skiing sunapee ECHO brothers sponsors I love you eternal thanks to Mrs. Craig and Mrs. Phillips Mom and Dad-I love you-there are no strangers only friends you do not know Health and |oy to friends Walt Stokely Ricky O Banger Jr Joo-Joo Mr Giardi SCEB AC CG SE BJ I will keep you all in my prayers. Christine E. Gilchrist Pans ' 84 " Trois biere” STOWE ' 84 (and teasing by DC CD) " Where ' s my shoe? " FRENCH CLUB WARRANT COMM. THE BAND 1 KEY CLUB PER- SPECTIVE Great times and good friends: CS KM EM HM CD AP WF New Year ' s Halloween 83 w INFINITY ECHO ’nappy’ ANNIE Victory sports w PV DP WHGC flag " I hate potato chips " and smile, darn ya, smile. Hot Tub the senator + Mrs.L Tennis Mr O ' B ' s class Perk wJS CSJGJMLA 143 M + D. Patrick D. Geary Varsity Football-JV Baseball Lead a Teenage Life " Fate up against your will through the thick and thin " Brea- kin on Bristol w MF + TG Urban as- sault Driver A-Team BM JR ROBBY GM PG Halloween War Kada-Car- men Paranoid w rk " Where is she? " Pufferbelhes scraps 3:30am hoop w RK tourists w MF Pete Brailey Hos- pital Parking cut w Robby The Rock- Wmdows " Not over till its over " Spring Break -Florida 85 Sweeney Dec 7 Mom + Dad, Thanks PG + KG PROMS. Melissa A. Grace FIELD HOCKEY-BALLOU MASP- SUMMER OF 84 BP + MD NHS-flow- ers-candy canes-HM TG DM MH parties-VIDKI JASON CHERYLE LIN- DA Mes Amis-SM KD LF EP AC HC TM RB RO CM TR " Well my friends the time has come to raise the roof and have some fun . . . We ' re going to par- ty all night long ' " Lionel Richie calcu- lus confusion Thanks for being such great friends Good Luck Sorry DB. John Graci Kaihy Grinnell Kati Grinnelli Sheman Sirena VARSI- TY TRACK + VOLLEYBALL unhist band + the paper. Friends + Youth don ' t last forever so cherish them while they ' re yours ET MH RP CW HS- JI SS KF MM CY WP LB IC SL RO EP BB DB JA KM RB SG LK MG AB CG PJ AL LF, Mugsy any I ' ve forgotten, thanks good luc k! Always live for to- morrow Cindy-bud (MD, V X) GL Russ Mom DAd, I love you-thanks. And Ward, (5 7 84) Prom ' 84 You ' re the Inspiration! " I ' ll always love you!! Kada M. Graham MAJORETTES CAPT SOFTBALL TRACK STUDENT GOV Prom 84 1 DAVID " Almost Paradise " Best friends KR JR CJ MC CM FB SP CARMEN Partying 84 w DS KR BC " I guess thats why they call it the blues " skiing fine guys partying 17 = High School Pat 85 semi form xmas party at KG ' s miss u class of 84 Keep smiling everyone Good times with good friends Thanks everyone I LOVE YOU; MIKE MOM DAD LP Dont lose touch 1 I WILL MISS U FOREVER CARMEN. Scott R. Graham Scotty G-Fnends one ' s I could depend on-SG NG LH PH JV ST DT AH SC JM ML EZ LG (Dear Abby) SF CPKG JB SAAK-OB ' s History class Saturday nights busted oops bleacher creatures Spring and Summer of 84 Wild Boys TB RL JD TG-Let ' s go crazy Say good- bye in 85 I will miss you all Good luck to everyone thank you for the good times FHS I will be back The fall of 1985 will be great skiing Hesser Col- lege Here I come! Timothy M. Gregg NMC Viola BEETHOVEN TCHAI- KOVSKI RUSH HAYDN " The old that is good does not wither deep roots are not reached by the frost ' -JRRT FHSS THEME + style A Elbereth Gilthoniel o menel palan-ditiel le nallon si di- nguruthos 1 SCI-CLUB Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent a new nation conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created egual-AL. John E. Gumbleton Soccer - n- Lacrosse Shirts Off Charlie Bananas Donkey Ball Lake Plastered Ski-Swill Trip 85 MEOW Steg ' s at Otis Spot Bleacher Creatures Raft Rat A few good friends Fun in the Sun-Porche runs good " Cheat Like a fiend " Zeno method " Use the Senior Method " . 118 Heidi Hahn Tim Hanscom Parisitology LA Competitive serox- ing Tr. Superficial Conversation KU MM ETC Seeing spots lpo Take what where? " A strange stillness dwells in the eye of the horse, a composure that appears to regard the world from a measured distance, it is a gaze from the depth of a dream " H-H Isenbalt. Spe- cial thanks to my Mom Gita John Jeff and Karen, who showed me my own limitations and then taught me how to overcome them. Tracy L. Halstead The GH Party House Wolfe Doo Boo Lame Bottoms up Feeishmione T never forget my knees Dirty Halen at Civic Center secret Squirrel and Cheep to- gether that RATT was back for more out of the cellar the fastlane chedda cheese came out of the archives pompy on the weekends Jam onit bel- lies the mayor of Mass you got a grit fish the G team in the BR Bozley ya Coors in Sarasota the Bro 4 in 2 years. Mike E. Harney Gold Team 4 yrs SPANISH CLUB 2 yrs than KS to all my friends for all good times that we shared TS RUB DM sc gs kl mg rk |ohnnycake Bleacher Creatures BB Head May God grant me the serenity to accept the things I can ' t change the things I can-and wis- dom to know the difference . . . Nice sweater Kath STOKELY Echo 109-1 16 . . B-Ball and Hockey games with the guys. " I want a rematch Tim S. " - Thanks Mom and Dad, your the BEST 1 ! Gary Lawrence Hennemuth Breakthroughs result from ethics and action. Dippage w Rui. Possible keys w BB and S 8 block food experience Ralph Mudge!!! Ey-boys are funny. Skinheadin " Annie " Hey Baby . . . College comes after " grape " summer ' 85 ' Roving reporter hits block 1 O-tay Ban-ee. Joe camera " Tough guys fall hard " KAT knows the velcro story. Julie Ann Hannon Cheerleading JV Captain hanging from the light at the Rec MG and me in Elmira HC my best friend DG, 83 colonels D7 BIG GUY 1 my buddy JL ThanksI DK you owe me a tennis lesson summers at the HEIGHTSI Gold! Jazz Dancing DOK ' S M + D " I can ' t hold back " " All 1 needed” " Purple Rain " Dancing over DOK ' S House " Tender- ness ' Bain du Soleil 10-2 Ice Cream Place The Road Race 84 ' Tahnks Mom I ' ll never forget my friends at FHS! Good Luck Class of ' 85. Bonnie Hughes To all my friends. I love so much I hope we’ll always stay in touch if this should not be the case the fondest memories I shall embrace Roadtrips with Nance Chappy Ballpark Heights and late nights BF at WH Jen the tea birthdays Jen Nance Huey Duey Luey WAN- ITS coffee time JD your at wire salem Bob Segar " Fire Down Below " Nance what happened to AF TS your the best DB CM SF TH MF Lopey DH killington yeh ' 119 J. Sanders Huguenin To my friends and shared adventures; Boo Andy-San, Roger, Polo, Rich, John, Gunner, Clayton, Greg Jason Weeksie The Jacksons, THINGS 1 + 2; " it ' s never gonna work " " Where ' s that blonde ' Toga Party The Roast, Bot- ulism Bay What clogged Mr. Moody ' s chimmney? RAPPELING IN THE QUARRY, " Psych the rock " The 3 nin]a. Snipes 50-Miler Stitches Bro- ken bones TLTSACO, Kill Hill Ostro- goth Visigoth Vandal Partisian Party in 86-1 promise. Jill Irving Class of 85- " Believe in yourself and all things are possible " FFSC-14 yrs. COLOR GUARD CAPTAIN-4 yrs. " Footprints” KEY CLUB Echo 115 Powderpuff-Captam but AMC It ' s so funny CG-H-Ken AR JW " You ' re young you ' ll get over it " Party-Bound " Get off the lawn " AMC BS Thanks Kalpi Mrs. Bishop Potential 2:30 S S AMC BSAR Z-Kar NHC-watchout Friends forever: AMC BS SB MM AR JW HS TK NW MV-Mopeds w AMC KL " Bean " I Love You Mom Dad. Stephen A. Jackson Roma 83-Paris 84-Springsteen 85- w RM SS-BUTTONS-Conan-Con- certs-Midnite movies Road Trips METAL RULES Slaveway Acres Winter Track-Bud Pounders-GREEN DEATH THINGS GO BETTER WITH ROCK Lifting NO PAIN NO GAIN Its Casual X-Mass Trees " BABA ORI- LEY " CRANK UP THE WHO Awe- some Times w RM SS SM KF JT PB CS CD JH MM MP EM TJ TP You are the GREATEST- WKKL ' 85 Is 1 -Canoe Races w AB-Wall Paintings-Camping Skiing-Its Really Over Goodbye My Friends- ME AN ARCHITECT Paul Richard Janerico Rico; FHS TRACK-Thanks Coach Mo- gardo + Phinney-81 to 85 WINTER TRACKMEN ANNOUNCE All my love to MOM DAD Grampy mugsy Phin- ney Linda The Guppy 83-84 The Echo Community all my friends SRTA pen- man Mia PH . . . STAB STAB most of all R. Fish Memones-JR + SR Prom-The Best volleyball Beachboys forever - CB + Inspiration Girls (my favorite hobby) Ouote- " THERE IS NOT GREAT GE- NIUS WITHOUT SOME TOUCH OF MADNESS " ” Good Luck Senior Class Alive in 85. Catherine Joe Boston Bound! Georgia smiles-Mere and CM. Remember: Ballpark Chappy Harbor and Heights. Rental free week- ends! TT 3-Wan and Sha. Bob Seger! July 4, 84. Slaem St. w Nance and Bon. GJWTHF-Wan. Ski trips w the gang 1 Never forget Southboro and BM PM DE KK AND JM. Trqci-Remember the good old days. Was it really worth lt-kf New Years 85-OH YA 1 Road Race 84 w my cuz Lis and the gang! Wu-my Papa smurf. " WHY WORRY WHEN THERE IS SUCH A THING AS A SMILE. " Brian K. Johnsen " GREASE " " BRIGADOON " " CAR- OUSEL " " ANNIE " " FESTIVAL 85 " Bye: CSKEABPB JWSWBTCSSNCNKWRHHBSN! " Dunkin ' Donuts " Falmouth Mall Cin- emas EEka 1 Poo! Cinema 2 u2 Revolv- er HUN Ghostbusters! Latrine chocolate mousse frenchie tiny shorty Hopeless waddles Cape Cod Music Festival Tender Years Wild Summer Nights " DC " Bound in 85 See ya in the back row " Sal we shay " " Wadubba " " Tag " " 84 " Rut Row Rell Roy Hey Bab y Fred Volare ' s Showlin Kempo. Dianna L. Johnson Scott Jonas Best of luck in the future KH JH SO SB PB PR LR JC RH JL JR TM JB JM MM KJ AD AM ML SV PR LM TB KL TB TM DT TC PO KM CM. 120 Colleen Erin Kelley R. Brian Jones I would like to thank my parents for doing a great job of raising me. I am looking forward to attending college and pursuing a professional sports ca- reer. To a great Senior Class: GOOD LUCK TO YOU ALL 1 Spain + Africa G + T Guillermo St John Vi Bobby-Sue loon its casual Bos- ton honk p-Town I laughed Muff- beach Huhwanhoo there ' s enough air for everybody Gumby Sandcastles Seacrest Concerts D + D SRS Ma Ma It was a seven Riumte Doozer I luv my friends CN TM BC PA TB EF BH KM WE are the luckiest Daboo Brazen Hussies wake up and smell the coffee LOVE IS A STRANGER OF A DIFFER- ENT KIND-Pez Tahnku so much I CAME, I SAW, I CONQUERED TO- TALLY FS CIAO-Falmouth. David Osborne Keene Jr. The black bat vs the bizzard Jou know something Fka Pool Parites Ski Trip Beach Parties Skipping with DS DF SF WHAT JA NEEDS IS A LITTLE RRRUMM IN YA Summer Consolation Thanks Dan one Sunday night there ' s creeps in the world Raggedy Ann put- ting up with JH Mazda experience 3 week vaca I’m proud to be a UAB fun on the strip YESTERDAY IS GONE WE ALL MUST GO ON TAKE ME BC To all my friends our time has come- Thanks everyone 1 Richard A. Kendall Varsity Hockey " CAPTAIN” FOOT- BALL LACROSSE " Ability is the base, attitude is the peak” The brown bomb- er Barnstable Games We made it GM + IR MISSED YOU DEB Losing makes you a better person Paranoyia I will miss you MOM + DAD DeeDee AC you have been special Boston Garden It ' s not over till it ' s over Cortina ' 83 w CL -I- JC Bridge St. " We all make mistakes” Teenage Life Prom w DW Brain JR + GM you made it all worth it! " Trish Keliinui Seniors YEAH 1 COLORGUARD 82-85 GOLF too CO-CAPTAIN on CG w Jill Friend 4 eva: KT TB HM RL BM CRCN MP PJ JI. " Hawaiian Style " All the way 1 " There is no time limit” My knight in shining armor-luv you to death 1 Always remember you " T " and Kyla cuz " He is GQ material " Mia " Want a bon-bon " " I don ' t care if you are sleeping, I just want to talk to you " HM " Ain ' t nobody, does it better”-I will always remember those 4 years at FHS-ALOHA. Katherine Klein Thanks to all my good friends SB JR LC TF TM TT NS TB KT MM HP WE finally made it 1 Best of times with Ellen your right, lm wrong lm sorry 111 never for- get you BOB ' Always rememver 364335 Angelos! Thanks to all of you Becky you have always been the great- est friend SCOTT TIM 1 Thanks Mom Johm Dad Debbie Victoria Suzanne Robbie and Andrea 111 always love you WE LOOK FOR LOVE NOT FOR THE TEARS WASTED WATER ALL IT IS AND IT DON ' T MAKE NO FLOWERS GROW Richard J. Kelleher Roma ' 85 ' The Bonb Cruising in the Roco ' 85 ' Renco Robo Johno Bucker. Modgets U2 is awesome The Bimb ex- press They ota Bleacher Creatures ’85 ' Perone Stegmire Summer in Pocasser Lacrosse Killer Cotton Bowl ' 85 ' Dallas Bound For BC or UNH RK PB SA DM JG TS SC MH BC ID TW CC KD EB GS AP MP LP Keep in touch. Latin with Eugene Working at Burt ' s wholos + some cue Hey Snockey How about Ski Trip in March WHEN OPPURTIN- ITY KNOCKS DON ' T HESITATE TO TAKE IT. BDP Sharon L. Koch TT-3 Great times w my faithful friend Snuffy-love alot-Utopia RM-KF Mash- pee rotary New-Years-85 Ski Trips Spring Break-84 42 Don ' t miss that plane 1 The next four years are just the begming You want a cigar? So where ' s the Seabreeze? So this is what it ' s like! Summers at the Hgts Roa- drace-84 good times w BHS If my friends could see me now 1 KN-Wo- burn 4-84 move your lude! Where would 1 be without my friends. " M + D ILU thanx-I hope to make you both proud!! 121 Robert P. Kubitschek Roma-85 surfing at Chappy Walks in the Cemetary Chop- Hopping The Raging Roco Hockey via the Bomb Ex- press Baja-bound and tequila week- ends KEY CLUB Ski-trip Boxer shorts Vuarnets Spud Webb Stegmaier The Rocket 103 and Aitken 8105 Brake checks in the Yoda Squareback Rule FYC Death-toll-Perone-Lax The Brew- Crew and Bleature Creatures 111 al- ways remember Brenda-Bean Bucker Renco Yano Live the MOMENT 1 Mary V. Lafond Yo Adnen-I ' ll miss you alot=Sar Jen Mel I luv ya Stef Band Exchange Con- certs Cabin Creatures - Wowwee Girls- Basketball ' 85 ' CO-CAPT on SOFT- BALL team Thanks Mr. K Mr. Hol- comb ski ' 83 ' w lisa Huey Lewis U2 Talking Heads Concerts Summer Par- ties Goodbye SW JD MP SS KM LM LF LA Good Luck Senior class! 1 Thanks Mom and Dad-I love you. Ann Marie Lamoureux Best of times w Traci Kim Gary and Ron " Always Remeber-The Grove Currier RD-5- 12-84 REO Speedwagon 2-24-85- Tikki Port G G Basic Train- ing-Ft. Dix-Summer of 84-TN RR MC PL D-l-3! Close Friends-MV« LT LF MM CC JM SS RM LP CW JC TM SJ N.H. w TF Good Times w RM BP This is war 1 CCD w CS-loads of fun 1 Curtis Compact Parties at TF ' S-my sec- ond home! Nancy and the kids=my weekends plus RON ' Thanks Mom 1 Advice From JP Thanks for all! Peter Leddy CROSS COUNTRY STATE CHAMPS 4 years- TRACK 1983 CAPTAIN Varsi- ty thanks Turk Mugsy Phinney Quan- ity not quality Where is Stu 1 Barrel night 1 The Kinks with RL CD AD KJ The Clash with IC BM Wheel ' s Bud Salute Kodiak Ski Trip- Lake Placid Swill-Hole Big Kev Hill Street Blues Bottomless Pit Fest b. Dark Good Luck JC BM CD AC KJ JM PO TS GE RL RB BS JP Thank you Mom DAD " Jacqueline Lewis We ' re finally out of here! Jason My dearest friend Marcy my best friend JA ' s house prom nite 84 Whatta bash! CCRnell Young Joey! It ' s Inhuman EDP Martha ' s Vineyard 84-85 VA Here I Come. Cotuit: AN incredible time! MN remember the skunk! CM: My deepest regret was losing your friendship. The green bomber My goal in life? TH I think I did kill it! SADD 84- 85 Good Luck everyone! Whata long strange trip it ' s been THE GRATEFUL DEAD Rui M. Lima " My way or the highway! " Good times with good friends — CD BM JC AC KJ PL MH Roadtnps to Boston with Chris Brenda and Jim. Wrestling and the Kinks. Golfing with Chris and Mike. Gold Team ' 84 and ' 85 The BURBAN- " May she rest in peace! " APRIL — you ' re the best thanks remember the ski trip at the Lake! Don ' t forget to cope! Kathleen Lipp (Catalina) Echo 108 + 114 YOUTH BOARD TBMH Pep SQUAD VP Class VP KEY CLUB HOMECOMING 83 MISS CLIPPER CLASS MAR- SHALL 84 Retreat LRTBMHGSCS PROM 84 JC Until septjmelmm thanks to Lynda JMEPJCM- HASTBGSCMAB Chem AMC Mar- thas Vm ACJIHELMET 1 Minature Golf LREP Sweater! Space Cowboy Track frosh New Orleans Bound Spe- cial thanks to Helene! Frosh WS! Shopping Ted summer 83 God Bless 1-4-3 I love you MOM DAD I AM NOT AFRAID OF TOMORROW BE- CAUSE I HAVE SEEN YESTERDAY AND I LOVE TODAY. Mary Ellen Lopes 122 Requel Yvonne Lopes Stephanie Q. Marque WHEN MAN BEGINS TO UNDER- STAND, HE WILL LEARN TO AS A CHILD LOVES AND WHEN HIS LOVE IS UNDERSTOOD THERE WILL BE EVERLASTING PEACE! Hey Ms. Thing Don ' t forget FEB. 2, 1985 PV " I’m fine really! " ER I miss you I wish you were here! KA I ' m sorry! AB and KA I still haven ' t gotten a senior photo! Hey Mr. " D " We never got to go out this year! Good Luck next year GB Team! Hey LF I didn ' t forget you I Love you GR. Sandra Van Allen Jennifer L. MacKilligan " Let us run with patience the particu- lar race that God has set beofre us. " Hebrews 12:1, 2 FIELD HOCKEY-KR BR. Track 9-10-11-12 In]unes!!!-LC KP JC 8th block buddies G. Winston Pi- ano Spaghetti and white raisins-KK MM BS-Scare Me 1 MM B-DAY sur- prise cheekhug Florida NICHOLAS Lauderdale with MP Ski Trip 84 85 " The AnimaL ' -LR Rumney-SP KL EF- Jamming with Amy G and TB Soecial thanks to God MOM Nick Kathy Mi- chelle Beth .... everyone! Lisa Marden If I knew you were coming I ' d bake a cake Flick Remembering all the late weekend nights and partying with the best of friends; BF RS CT BS and all the crowd: MP GP PA MK ML PM Couldn ' t have asked for better times The Knob with RS PM DP AM Scary Stuff who me? I don ' t do that! 4 eva skiing in 83 84 85 FHS nursery with Barbara fun fun Get Fubar 1 BASS is Best She Bop or UH, She Boops Lets go crazy Ashley Spanky, Luv MOM DAD THE FINEST PEOPLE WHO MAKE UP MY DAYS: Jean Barbara, Stu, EK, Billy Band Christine, Jane, B, M, D, Cathy, B, N, Mr. J For years ago Band J High School U.S.A. Breeds Boredome- legal or illegal activities-we are not the crazy ones Sagesse The third kingdom will Triumph. Summertime, Boston, Cocktails, that weird feeling in my house . . . Heat, Red Shoes from Bowie and Elvis loud music in a Big House and me. Theresa A. Marshall Farwell F.H.S. to: LB DM TZ never forget the good times with: T.O. ' S Kin- dergarden blessings, partying with KD NW JR SB CF LC LC laughing with Spacey Tracey KT WA KK JAX Thomas T Tucker NEW YEARS WITH DAVE Bolton Lajolla California August 84 Chopstik White wine smiley Marth ' s Vineyard! Congradulations Maureen! Springsteen Born in the U.S.A. Dont take the gum ball T.O. Keep smiling BUBBLES I LOVE YOU DAVE 71184 THANKS MOM DAD % William Mason FOOTBALL • " Maroon • Doom " • Juke Box • Jackie, linebacker • 81 • Riot • with • zolds • tech with • chris • once • in • a • lifetime • Mexico • with • Jay • Pufferbellies • Femmes • Furs • U2 • Echo • Police • Thanks • Char- lotte, Mike, Elwood • Partbusters • No, not • you • Sue love alot • Sue Bruski, Best • combo! I • love • you • MOM JOE " whatever • you • do, do • your • best " DG-never • forget • you • Minnie, Remember • Promise! " nev- er • give • up • GM • DG • MF • BS • JM • SM • " I ' ll stop • the • world • and • melt • with • you " Marines-good • luck 1 BAS Marija K. Mauk Pans in the Spring 84, Quebec 83, Flonda-Orlando and Deerfield Beach 83 Colorgaurd (3) Thanks Mrs. D, Band, Exchange Concerts-in the Boonies, French Club (3) Honor Soci- ety (2) Honor Guard Crowbar man, Se- nior Rockums, Griffin Factor, Powder Puff Football, Discos, Football games- bus rides Special Friends: KF MR RO CM SJ (DON ' T HIT ME) SS (SNOW- TIRES) JC TS RM TG SI SS (PHYSICS BUDDY) CW Best Wishes! Keep Smiling 1 Thanks Mom and Dad!! 123 Greg Maxwell IU2 Marion WHS Science School Ohio AM Tub Barnetts Expl Post 40 The Furs 84 Elvis 84 Roma 83 Ski Lude Kimo Green Room. Snuggle bunnies xo Smith. WH Dances the boatyard Kiss for Kate who was struck dead with an axe School Clubs Let ' s get sushi and not pay. Joe. LT RM SB EP- MA ZJA KS DB DM TS7 U2. is- leofseaions. go by your own lights spin shake rattle rock + roll Mass ain ' t weight. A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds-Emerson Mom + D + B. Brendan J. McCarthy VARSITY SOCCER VARSITY HOCK- EY Road trips to Boston Garden with RL JC and CD Chapaguoit with JC TC AC BC AND KJ Case Race-Third place IF YOU ARE GOING TO DO IT WRONG DO IT RIGHT " The Black Line ' ' Round Robin with JC BM Also fun with PL BIFF PO GM RK EP NW EC CM " Shirts Off " " MEOW " Thanks Buddies: AC JP CD RL KJ PL GE BM Thanks Kevin Pat for tradition and Flu Carry it on 1 Thanks for a great " 85” Mom Dad. Gregory A. McDonald G VARSITY FOOTBALL LACROSSE LIFTING KEY CLUB ”1 BELIEVE IN THE BRUTE NATURE OF MAN OR THAT MAN MUST BE BRUTALIZED TO BE COMONTIVE " Vince Lom- bardi RK Remember Greenhabor Lawnbustin ' with JR Skitnp MR JR BF AJs But jacks are better, SHAM ROCK Frosh year, RK Teenage Life (BM USMC) Casey the Clam Reine + Kendall we made it 1 The 84 Hair Clip- pers! Ft. Lauderdale in ' 85 ' Easy + Gold Rambo I dare you. A Team " U can ' t Be 1 ! " QQ IT ' S A BURGLAR. JAM ON IT FHS. Christine McGowan KEY CLUB ECHO Rainy day in the puddle The Heights house family land The Deck KO D Montgomery and Dartmouth Ave. NHWB MONTREAL The Flires tat, mult. O ' s, P-83, MC ' S House sule ' s KNEE Phone calls with JC, The VP BC ' S HALLOWEEN New Years Eve Florida 287 Men. Great times good friends, ILU STU thanks Maureen. Christopher McGrath No clue. Really I ' m not an alky! Snappa. T.G F.H.D. Placid! College?? My Heroes: E.C., R.S. Hockey, skiing. 4 sale: ’69 C. Dudes: E.P., R.O., T.R., T.M., A.M., M.G., K.R., G.B. Absolute- ly!! F.M.C parties are " wonderful " ! Letters. " Steves” ! Y. Allison McGuire Germany EIFFEL TOWER LAKE PLACID -WC AD GYMNASTICS CAPT FIELD HOCKEY AFS V. PRES MIRROOOU BALLOU GAS STA- TION AMY- IT ' S HALF TIME!! IDCA! SCUM KITTE NASA BOUND SUMMER TP " WE THE PEOPLE " " NO GUTS, NO GLORY!” MG. EP. RO. TR. CM. TM. LF. JC. RM. SK. MOM DAD You guys are great! " OUR MEMORIES OF YESTERDAY WILL LAST A LIFETIME, WE ' LL TAKE THE BEST, FORGET THE REST, AND SOMEDAY WE ' LL FIND THESE ARE THE BEST OF TIMES. " -STYX Ted McGuire Lake Placid ' 85- SENIORITIS - FHS Prom ' 84 GREAT FRIENDS MAKE GREAT TIMES. AM U2 N Potsy- Boo Boo C MBibi C Eric ' Medic ' B. Hubi- datz Life is a B ! Roby (Tom) B. XMAS Trees! Class of ' 85 B-Ball Party Days Tennis- Glenn team ' 83 Kath L. shopping picture! EP. Birds can ' t talk! SA Drew C. skiing C Dili M BP from LM BE ' 84 THE GOOD DOC- TOR. SC CM MG CM AM JM AF KG NW AC JW Luv you all! 8th Block lunch chem labs, school food. GRAD- UATION AND SUMMERTIME- WHERE ARE YOU? 1 Kieran Patrick McKenzie I LUV YOU MOM DAD SADD AN- NIE PUMKIN CAPER W CS RRD 4th W LSJJ MPBM " FRAGGLE ROCK GOTTA LUV YA CAN ' T AFFORD TO HATE YA. JUST KIDDING NO WAY! (AC) SEE YOU NEXT TUESDAY WE ARE THE PARTY(NCGPA) WASH- BURNS W AMCMCDTDMMSS ULIE ACKIE ERRY ENNY ATHY WALK W ME TALK W ME (TB) WE ' LL HAVE LUNCH GOD LOVES YOU (NW) CPLSCNJDCSMHAB- PAMPBMR KDMJGG SKLJCRIJ- LEFTMMCML YOU SILLY WILLIES! " WHEN SHE WAS YOUNGER " GMP. SOLID! (MC) SKI TRIP LENNIE THE GREEK SUGARWALLS! 124 Craig Medeiros Varsity Football, Baseball Spark the Mariarke with FB DA PR RH on the Gondola Cloud of smoke party pals FB DA ViR JB RM Looking for clock with PR Smashl 1 1 Stay Awake DA We almost bought the farm 1 Special Friends HM FB DA PR JB KG RH MM LS: FB DA Looks like we made it we thought it would take five but we made it in four Looking Forward to Florida with FB DA to find some stock Foxboro with FB Later! ' ! ' David Soule Merson Ldr. Free wd. Chump Iuy League L. KS " FYA " AS Globular Tissues-anthru GT-Comp. Appl. Big Ron-D.C. under Sea Block 1 Kimo-Cops Main man DGBMOWW not UN K. Commie B ' s Dry Noth. Lets Go S. Mr. Mac V.F. PA M.V.-17 Green r.-B. Libs SBT BRother " SMS U2-Bruce D ' Ang. -Chase-police eat B.W. Monty P. Die a. scum schmuck B.-D Q Grason J-GPsych no prob WHOI Giants I-soul, Am-Heart, both-Mind Biohistory Mogan D. sur- vived-won Bruins Crimson B- Weenies. David S. McMurtrie Buc Scott Jr. " Roma 85 " Wear vuarnet or wear nothing at all NORWICH your out of control!! Frank Burns Lives " They pelted us with rocks and gar- bage " Boxer shorts Rule! College Hoop is the reason we were all created work at A P Why? Good luck to Robe, Renko, and John The Beal would have made FHS " Book him Dano, murder one” Heavy metal is the lowest form of music " Only Americans who are willing to die for their country are fit to live (Douglas McCarther) BDP. Joseph J. McLeish Percussion Marching Band — Rule by Revolver — Intelligencer Staff Photog- rapher Theatre — Brigadoon Music Man, Bald Soprano, Carousel, Annie, The Good Doctor — Nantucket sum- mer 83-The Madequesham Jam!! Thanks to Bill and Pete-Two true Droogs also KN Eb cb ab cs 8th Block lunch, techies, AM JP AND RP Thanks MOM and Dad. Patricia McIntyre SHADOOBIE 1 Summersat the Heights!- Ultimate Cruism-MATT-10- 31-84 - - - Party ing-The Awesome four- some-Me AA PL + Rm-I ' m psyched!- Mel LK KL TF 287 ITP— 52912! OP2- TO-yuppy-Micky D’s Saturday nite varsity Hockey Games! Allyson and the Corvette Kid! Vega-1 and his 3 waysplits! I want you to remember, tough my thoughts don ' t always con- vey and my feelings don ' t always show. I love you and I always will . . More Than you know ' Seniors! Amy Elizabeth McMenamy Thanks Mom and Dad. I Love You. I ' ll always remember: Concerts, WBYC, MV (Edgartown), summer 84 ' , water s- now skiing, sailing, Florida, Quebec 83’, CATS, Echo 114, England, Half time, Pep Squad, Powder Puff MF, LF LF AB AK AM KU TC BT KM (SW) RP RL KS (GJWHF) Daleen LM PM I love you all. Good Luck Coleen. 1-4-3 Scott. Are you all set? IDCA-Lisa + Allison! Best wishes and good luck to the class of 1985. Jacqueline Medeiros " A friend gives us confidence for life; A friend makes us outdo outselves " Cheryl Q we ' ll always be best friends. New Years with Angela Stumbling down the hall. ADAM DNBM LBKD TMJP All out of control Jam on it. Bos- ton with Diane Friends Whodini " Some people say holding on makes us stronger sometimes its letting go. " Billy my endless love forever. Maybe someday Run to you Brian Adams Thanks Mom I Love You. Alison you wino! ' Later FHS " ' 1 Suzanne M. Messina Memories . . . remain as shadows of the life we ' ve spent together. Good luck to my best friends Wanet Snuff KF LP and my sister Sharon. We ' ve had some great times together 81 10-2-84 I ' ll never forget you. Bachelor Party New Years 85 Road Race 84 Salem State CALIFORNIA all the way. I miss you Jeff and Robynn. Remember the be- ginning of the end but perhaps the end of the beginning Thank MK. I luv U Mum. 125 Tarah Lynn Mientka But I luv everybody! 281 -JJI S S MPOM! Majorettes Carol nnn TTT OPII2F2B Friends future Rommies YUPPY BSSLoon nth 85 High you are the iest up the hill w Calin Boston-Red red Wine! Gooba Goof Bash in 81 Blue Banger Hi Dow Mow Friendlys Buckaroo Banzai OUC Jeans Bakery w TO Careless whipsers Jolleeny Kerol-Loe ya like a sis! Ug no matter what happens you ' ll make it come out smiling OB-Harnngton St. CN LS CK EF TB AV TO KT DB JD MP KM. Elizabeth M. Murphy Twas the best of times twas the worst of times-Bitti LO and Mio EXCHANGES Howie Bound High Five and oragel Duck Mr. Jas Fudge Factor Lizzy got any gum? OH my stomach! Kahlua wine-coolers Confirmation Kegger LIggetts 82-85 California Bound April 85 Trig know your rights Thumpers Drewtec and the glove compartment Joe Prep Here ' s to you and here ' s to me . . . Uncle Denny know your rights ski trips about hace Drewtec and the BCS IWBL Momzie 1-4-3. Andrew Myette Andee CAPTAIN CROSS COUNTRY WINTER TRACK SPRING TRACK Turk MUgsie Phinney Kalpie thanks Love you Guys U2-Ultimate Fan Bonzo " Theedge " War unforgettable fire Oc- tober Elvis Honor Sociey eighth man " I waited patiently for the Lord-He set my feet upon a rock making my footsteps firm " . Heidi Gabriela Mrusek Europe Gold Chinese birthdays 6 " 2 eyes of blue endless mimicking PU for 3 Land of misfits " Just hangin” " That’s my girl” Spanish partner A C. Gwen- dolyn D.B. Boston Robert " Endless Love " " Night Life New York Live " Ad- nerb Remember me always evil morn- ings A.C. " Lunch room rap " " Fame " " Dance Dance Dance! " April so many memories perfect commercial " Raquel Heidi April " WHEN LOVE AND SKILL WORK TOGETHER EXPECT A MIRACLE " . Carol Ann Narbis Spain 84 Jorge Por dshure Sand astles settle down my body Mr. D Drum Solo ND Goodnite everybody what do u mean BSSS I ' m all over it BC’s pool run P-town Calif cellars screst Beach scampers rhymes w who Tarea find my shoe Ron coke schwell Louis George Boston JJ INC what are u do- ing may 19 soaps concerts EM ' S bash 82 later on Im all set TM CEK EF LS TB TK KM JW KP JD THANKS for the memories mine forever hang in there Di Be happy Mom Jack. Molly Beth Murphy Blast to the past: Fiddler. TRIG, Fottin Fever Goob THE SCENE? Summer ' 83 . . . Dan Bag That idea Hello Guys 123 .. . SC + MK 1 People Pleasers: DF KK KD LB NS PG TK LG DD BF AJ TM slinky BP etc . . Produce w AHH- DR-Not another I! TA: Julia Pete BH- Buckets Summer ' 84: Ned + Beau Genesis Sw ML THE BEST: TR LH HH MS VC JB MPRMCTS Breakdancing the beat of times KU my alter Ego- Dream on its been real . . Sherri L. Nichols ' ' Cheekie ' ' David Summer of 80 and 84 85 Youth Group Ski Trips MNL Cheekie Dad Mom Bessy Pooky Bear Kinks R Un- ties E.J. Scooby Dooby Doo Big Guy MR SM Baby D Mr. Gregg Stony A group B. Dove I’m an aunt! WJN FHN Molson ale pg- 1 3 Chappy Start SC Magpi Ha Ha table D.R. wind- surfer CG Party Hardy Never never again FHS. Marcy Ann Nidositko Far Out Farm: October ' s Gift, Oh Brother Brown brass dream on, thanks for all your help Jean. Billy why you (10-4-65-9-4 84) Jacqui my best bud- die! always remember the fun times in Cotuit : SADD PRES WARRANT COMM.— SUCCESS IS NOT MEA- SURED BY HEIGHTS ATTAINED, BUT BY OBSTACLES OVERCOME 1 Randy I Luv U Goodbye FHS Good Luck class of 85 Thanks Mom n Dad I Love you Al-Lee Be good. Terri Oliver ”85 " Pep squad Sec-Tres Prom 84 Keep in touch-TM KT MP TM SP + LC, Roomies, High Sue, Kindergarten Blessings, Diggin ' for china, " Yuppy " I Luv U Chris- 1-6-84 Jeans Bakery Bye- H + DM, LJ + LP Thanks Mom + Dad 1 " What appears to be the end if really ]ust the beginning, " GOOD LUCK " Michael J. Norton NORTY 11 4 yr Football 4 yr Basket- ball 2 Baseball Disc at the Heights Summer 84 Dinner at the Wharf w BMKTKC late nite all mte w fish- sticks 250 1 was a little to tall could have used a few lbs Seger American Pie Take a cruise N.H. BFBABM and BM The rig totaled mustang Prom s SK " I ' d rather laugh with the sinners than cry with the saints, the sinners have much more fun. " (P| 1 Jonathan Osborne Patricia L. OMalley " Yahoo " 85 Boston Marathon 83 84 with ED LC ski trip 83 labels boop bessy crash Love ya LC BFF ID BOO The bird shadoofie Mai Tais best of times with ED LC JW CC ML DS SN EB MT CAN ' t forget Can-A-Beans Brannie JOHOS cookin TLC LMBM Patti Party concerts Cautomet Lake BP Chappy Nobska lights House Parties Jenzo CYJ Late nights with LC love ya lil keep smiling!!! Richard N. Ottaviano Soccer (Capt) BASEBALL Skills SLLAB Ballou " SWYD " Marooow shirts off TR GS EB EP AM MG CM AB MM TG SC TC JAFA AND FOADA " WWAFG, SYITS " " Well I took it any- way " T ' 85 Sleeping through 7th block. Patricia A. O ' Leary Dynamic Duo " Kristen” Once a friend always a friend Cross Country? Stowe- 84 Shopping Summer 84 85 " My bunny floats over the ocean . . . " Keith MBL Dances " Just a little row down the harbor? U Mass road trip " Kelly watch your step” Proms Cream donuts and rice " Who gets the salt " Best + est Buddies BM JC PL CD AC RB BS and especially KJ KT CO " Seri- ously " Thanks for the good memories. Susan Pacheo Eric S. Palmer SOCCER -CAPT HOCKEY -ASS ' T CAPT Baseball Sports Moments-The Boston Garden, New Bedford-Under the lights Pic-Pride-Intensity-charac- ter-cip Team USA 200th win Ballou, skills, SLLAB, CM TM RK JC BM RO TR AM MG CC I Love you Suz ' ! A F We are a winning team-trust is the key 57 yrs Dairy Queen HBO " Almost Paradise ' VNO CLUE! We ' ve lost the show, shirts off Liftin at the gym-uu- ge DA-235 lbs-a man Gas station ADIOS AMIGOS! Rebecca A. Perry Summer fun in 83 Beach bum The Monte Mobile MD Weekend Party at GG ' s house The wall mugs tapes mon- ey jello what a mess! But hey we know the rules Aug 8 Barfa 9 4 Splash Party down in Ft Lauderdale VACA 84 85 Ski Trip at Sir Anthonys No Modera- tion ' Rod Stewart Concert 9 15 84 GG remember the hot tub space cow- boy JM ' s breakfast Julie ' s Banana Boat Southern girls WE consume light only! MY-T-Fine automobile L crew JW GG YG PD IL JR CZ JC MC CHOW! Gina Marie Park Froggy Bruins “82 " Peter " 84 " Spain Portugal " 85 " Hears to freedom and lots of friends: GC JT TC JC NS JM EP JB SW NS CN NS HS JC LP LB SW TM LP and all those I have yet to meet, you made it fun. Can I use the phone? Can I just go to my locker? Mr. Shin- gles, why can ' t I get what I want when I want it? Seniorites! You know you want to give me and A, Can I take a make up? College bound for sure! January sunsets at Cape-Codder Creedence forever. Mia L. Phelan Mio, Bit, Lo, Hawaii, Roma 83, SARA- HISTIC Florida w Ally Howie Bound ECHO 1 17 Oragel COLOR GUARD 4 Gun Capt 2 Mrs D MD CC When she was younger . . . Final Destiny Ain ' t gonna see no unicorns Mitchell Honor Society Kaluha thumpers Liggys The pope is Jewish Mr J Winecoolers JM Dontos and onion dip VP Frosh SADD the cowboy couple Mint Milanos Multi Banker PJ + the knife in the back no one knows me better than Mr. Nilson WANNA BOM-BOM THIS IS MY SPACE L + B 1 -4-3. Megan E. Patrick " OOH BABY, BABY IT ' S A WILD WORLD! " Cat AC-CD-BM-Summer, Cross-Country, Track Key Club, ECHO The animal St JM LR! PO Lawn Diggers- DC EF PRANKERS JC Ski Trips Moosa Mario UNBELIEVABLE " JM-Lauderdale, Florida-NW Memo- rial night Bangin ' KD-Scary Mario AJ Suey Hog Gansett out of control! Swankin ' " Home by the sea " 94ST- Break down, EL Hang in there! Rome; Long Distance SK MEMORIES GO ON FOREVER ' Melanie J. Phillips PEP SQUAD SOFTBALL (CAPT) B ' BALL Tourni Bound 85 ' Band Ex- change (Tolland) Rome 83 Summer 84 " JDMLSHGTGCHBJL Greg ' s bike Canton " Bestest friend Tern Love ya Nanc! Subin. " The Gang " Jenby, Gregg, Joe-by, Paul, Melby. Rappin ' Paulie c + the honkozoids. RKSARKJGTSALKT-Lorrie, trish, Johnna, Paulette ALTAL pha-whoaa!! Thanx Coach-Thanx Ellen + Steph ' Gail Happy snarf SL MR Phillips Hey Kel! Tony cheesey. H + DM KIM, Walkin ' to Mashpee Jen we ' re Hawaii Bound! Wendy Patterson " Every breath you take Summer 83 84 Icing 84 Ba]o, Bulldog, Frizp, Gordon, Grenade, Hyena, Las Piernas, Loco Perrom Mickey Mouse, Rusty, Sirena, Waldo The dream is always the same . Wash my ]ersey " Mom my mask is too tight Harvard no " r " Boston College Catch 22 LB2KDAF2BFLFKGBMKMPMTPBS- KUCWCY Hockey football baseball Soccer Honor Society Volleyball Busi- ness Club " Hey Babes it ' s me and . . Thanks Mom and Dad!!! we’ll be watching you . . " I ' m not strange, I ' m weird. " Barbara E. Pierce TOWN MODERATOR 2 yrs. HONOR SOCIETY PRES. KEY CLUB LIEU- TENANT GOV. SAC Kid ' s OUT- REACH To Christine her family + Steph-love + ]oy! Svarczkopf ' s, LC; Jr year 10 9 EGM; Milton Academy sum- mer; MBL, NT Amanta Island; JT AC; Stu ' s Halloween (jeanette) 11 22 Thanks; Windsurfing, Sarah M Jen It ' s oh so lonely at the top Mr Nilson La Joie de vivre, " WE ARE BUT THE SUM OF ALL THE MOMENTS OF OUR LIVES . . . " T. Wolfe. " That which designs confines.” . . . 1985 128 Tracy E. Porter Jerome R. Pimental Bud Tails Soccer 84 Ballou Mac Chris Keithy Goatboy John The Hogs Jackie M. Andrew Rui Jeanny Idol Mike M. John R. Ski Trip " 85 " Lake Placid Meow! Seays Nikko Bud Goal Posts, You Too, shirts off Booting with Keith Tracey your great Thanks Zippy and Marge Vermont Bound! MUGS I LUV U JULY 4, 84 YOU ' RE MY INSPIRATION LNWY WCMIT IWNLY CLASS OF 85 TAE KWON DO WEIGHT LIFTING LLL NLMLYD ADIOS AMIGOS CR WP BB LB DF DR NB JM PH BF K LIFE IS JUST ABOUT TO BEGIN MINE AND YOURS ROB ICSTFIYE A UNIT OLWLF RIWTMLTYRNAUNTLBYL- MYCIMM-TJOSS-FI-SENIOR YEAR- BLACK GOD IS HERE-LOVE TPIOANOFB THAT SECRET ROOM FREE THANK YOU MaD I ' M HERE WTN? BSC PUDE SENIORS RULE CLASS OF 85!!! Ruan M. Pimental BRIGADOON, BALD SOPRANO, CAROUSEL, DANISH SOAP ANNIE CHAMBER MUSIC, Bunk and the Te- chies. Family + Friends: Dan + Jodi My buddies Matt my knight in rusty armor, MA + PA What would I do w o you? Kareny + Laura want any WD’S Youth group Ski Trip Play house Summer I ' ll never forget. All over now. Thank all: KF LF ED BT KS KG AM MM MR CB PR T + RM GG JF AND THE REST. Look out Broadway here I come. All my love to those who helped me along the way -RMP- Lawrence J. Pooler Jr. Tech Crawing w SJ RL. Computer w RL LUnch 6th block Math and Sci w pr and BB Bus Ride Home SJ Keep partying w BMcD Watch out for AF 1 Pete R. Good Luck to you and Kristen Joe M. Keep on drumming Awesome class w Mr Watson Freddy D. Mr Grif- fin. Rico don ' t run too fast Thanx for a great season 83-84 Mugsie! Bye and good luck to SJ PR RL BB SM SS SF ALI AS KC Good class w Mr Mac summer fnsbee Beach Led Zeppelin! Hey Steph, Luv ya hon! ox. Melanie Rapoza COLORGUARD thanks Mrs. D, Band with JD PS JK TW ST Uncle Denny, Mike Skinzo 5th- " I ' m in love!” Sum- mer with BN AR BL BH PS KA CG LF- " Hellodeah 1 " Special friends-LF MM SVA CS EW EB SS KM JD CD Skating Prom ' 83- Bailer slippers Exchange concerts, Mr. J- " Got any gum? " Hap- py Birthday Kerry 1 Stu. of the Q, Puffs on Saturday nite Sen. Pass. Thanx T D, Music Man Festival Annie — Tickets, Senior Class Play, Thanx MOM DAD — I Love You 1 Eric " George " Porteous Show me the Ba]a trails-Wheres the Minot Bridge Light? Good luck-CS CD JP EB SJ SS TS RK PR PB LP BB SF MP DM-The world needs you! Hold me forever Shane-Coon Mount-I don ' t feel tardy-some more shnapps Rob? THINGS GO BETTER WITH ROCK! Lacrosse-trash can games-snowmobile fever-TERMINATOR-Did I miss some physics?-Library Gangs-Soiree-WHO THREW THAT WATER BALOON- can ' t drive 55-I ' d rather be sledding- sooray! tasteless joke-That ' s BAAD! B. Michael Reardon Football Lacrosee Key Club You can ' t be! Hot Dog " G " Joe and the clam at AJ ' S Ski Waterville 84 It all started at MYC 83 don ' t worry you ' re not a wimp 1 Teaching Kelly to play Lax Moontan the hair cut crew nite games If you ' re not at the " Naut " Your ' re not the " Geot " Freshman year-BF " hoist- ed " me and KD headin South with Hmk You better wash it. It ain ' t over until it ' s over One things leads to an- other. Let the good times roll! 129 Peter G. Reed Kelly Ann Robertson FIELD HOCKEY CAPTAIN Cookies n milk McChicken Honor Society Roma 83 FYC Dances 7 18 84 I Luv U Mike why am I wimp? Reach the Beach Moontans what were those green things? Lacrosse first string at- tack BooBoos No pickles miss ya! Big Gulps EP + SA Play in w The Big Boys-G I BArb. Brothers Abbie C. George ? Co. The " Clippers " Tower Crew BF-They aren ' t ' iust friends Good Luck RG PG JR-Go off BR SK JC-Ua- minal GM sky-pie Thanx M D. John G. Reine VARSITY FOOTBALL BASKETBALL JV BASEBALL " WINNING ISN ' T EV- ERYTHING ITS THE ONLY THING " . Freshman year with RK AC HM " War- ant Comm, tree, Key Club " G wake up Mr. Norty ' s home 1 Bubbas class sounds good Summer Time The Blue Mule. Clipper Landscape with GM (Lawn- busters) McDonell. BA PGMF JS CF BM MN and never forget RK + GM: You ' ve been good friends and good friends bring good times and better ones to come. Raquel you ' ve made it all worth it. Thomas Robertson ”T " Football Rules (4 yrs) Teammates: YOU WERE AWESOME 17 to 85 Thanx Mr Giardi . . . SWYD Whiner . . . See Ya-Mike G Greg S Chris M RB RL LR AM TL Stay in touch Ricky O, Eric B, Eric " SLLAB " " P-its been real . . . Elsies Tracy Sheri Guido TC SC EB . . . England ' 82-EB . . Skiing Rules = Sugarloaf Feb w Mill " Service above Self " -GO FOR IT-Thanks Mom and Dad Pufferbellies " EZ " Liquors Hey, Rick -GW + HFIT!!! Brian Reyenger KF, XI 9, LTD, LC SECA 400, ACME PC BF, NB, LKM. RH RB, PR LR, TS, IH. Lynda Roache Ho Dee Doe 1 “4 " Field Hockey KEY CLUB ECHO Kath, you ' ve made a dif- ference in my life, " Best of times w Lisy parties w LM U know who else! Summer of experiences’ 84 spe- cial songs that mean so much special thanx to special friends, BB KLLMKRSSIMPOLH to the Nilsons the Barrows Mom Dad I can never thanx you enough for all that you ' ve done for me all that you ' ve let me do for myself. One runs the risk of weep- ing, ' if one lets himself be tamed . . . Betsey Ann Robinson The mad feek sailing Field Hockey Sleep 1 Paisley Banans HHS-Harvard 250- 1 3-SGMDTCKFSCNSMODWO- Time after time The ugly little Man subs Ties PEAKBOO Pyler-Bart Bill the Cat The pig Tropical fish McSherwood Boxers Creepy crawler Mola Mola A little Mumba sweet basil little Gansett Wild Harbor- P + El-Ternay a tiger in Africa? Flame throwers No regrets! Enough said . . . This is true! Charlene M. Rocha Seniors at last! Thank you everyone first block units TP LB BF Skiing with- out snow?-Ask RL RRRRUF 1 Light 1 It ' s highly irrelevant to the situation. How quaint breakm ' Punk rock funk tails Gooney Goo Goo! Uechi ryu fresh! Monadnock summer of ' 84 Oh no not that! Luv ya: SB KB BS LV TK Watch Watch Festival Balcony chat Black Red 8th block study Chow Mein Fal- mouth High School It ' s been real. 130 Raquel Maria Rodriguez ECHO 1 14 PU for 3, awesome three- some Eizey (Dead leaves) squirt guns, Good Times with John, Gwendolyn, the mouse mobile, Maria-best of times, Shanna Dream Great Dreams and make them come true. Daniel W. Rogers Jr. Favorite Hobbies: Karate, Traveling, and driving Favorite Teacher: Mr. Ber- nan Career Direction: Forensic Medi- cine or Cell Specialization Favortie Person: Mary Pma Good friends made my time at Falmouth High School very enjoyable. Thank you Mr. Nilson for great advice when I needed it. Good Luck to Nick, Rob, Trac and others whom I may have forgetten. Long live Universal Peace. Patricia M. Ryan Patti ' Remember: Summers of 82 83 84 Oarty in the Van with JDJPMP JBTS, BOB SEGER, Boston Bad Co. Joes House ' 82 Party New Years 81 82 ALL RIGHT 1 Wanet I miss ya and the old days How I hate that Southern accent- Prom night Oh NO 1 The best of luck to Lisa Karen Dana Dianna and of course Wanet D. New York New York over the bridge! Becky n Rick Becky " Thank you for being a friend! " Bob Seger with MA 1 Love you Steve G. ALWAYS-n-FOREVER PARTY AT THE WOODLOT ' Erik Rohe . . . the story of life is quicker than the wink of an eye the story of life is hello and good-bye until we meet again Scott C. Sambade Whatever happened to the Menhaunt bridge light. Late nights on rte 28 The cars 84 no more shortcuts okay Eric? WKKL Heavy metal hour. Prom 84 the next day 1 Friends: EP PB SJ SS BM SM CS CD BT BR. Weekends at U Mass " Avoid radical relationships ' ' -Mr. Casso so long father McCauley. " But I ' m not sticking out my chest " -PB Mersky Watch out for the . . . Crash! Take it easy Conan! Special person Sheri, Thanks for a great year! Joseph Bryant Roland II Skiing 84 Out a control AJ ' s You Clam! Hot Dogginit Bartending in NH Let ' s blow this clambake. Barclay Bros. Spring Break 85 ' The Cars hot summer nights. Easy Lover Running on empty! Pufferbellies raid on BHS and the Tow- er Crew. Football 84 ' Joes hair design Falmouth Laxmen 85 ' Florida or bust! SK It ' s just a start I ' ll luv u 4 ever ears. If the Good die young 85 Will always stay alive. Thanks Mom Dad Cath Joe Late bloomers always make it. Alan Samry Outta here! Fitchburg or North Adams State Bound " NOW IT ' S OVER AND I ' VE SEEN RIGHT THROUGH NOT LOOKING BACK AGAIN, I ' LL START ANEW " Dokken ' Heavy Metal Rules! Take it to the top Pam S. MS SO MM SR Pete U. 131 Nate Schwartz Tom Sawyer Thomas T, Out of control Bye-Bye H.E. and Moby Ob, Hoogie and B-Team, wired for sound. I ' m out of here to an unknown destiny. RS GB PG WL LL TS MD KU KK DM KS C + GG KF LG UNH Bound " Par- ty Hearty " AG Cope Hot Dog! MW Spray away!! Awesome!! PD Feb Vaca " 85 " Rules=Killington Vt JH and KU RS=Snappa Sandyneck " 83 " Rules Dr J Mr Mac Ski 93 Coves-83 84 85 RB Phil Collins " Don’t care any more " Yes U2 Chem. En. " Luv ya Mom " " Spaz " EG " Easy lover " =GA for MT K. ADV Rules=81 TC=FTS TE " Wild man " Jed S. = Ski Buddy Rem good bye FHS hello UNH Mogul Hound Bear Mnt = Outer Limits " 85 " Food fights 83. Elizabeth Ann Sayers " bethy " " A DAY IS NOT WASTED IF A MEM- ORY IS MADE " FFSC 9 yrs w Amc JI SB ]B Kim + Deb Tennis Track Pep- Squad-PP Capt. RT TO Yar. Quebec " 83 " Stowe " 84 " Lake Placid " 85 " S + S 2:30am FF ' S + pickles Yahtze MD runs NW ' s vertabre Hockey- 19 Z-Kar " Off the lawn " Jr Sr Prom- 84 85 SWKTPORLJCBMRLCDPLN- WACMPEL Best Friends: Michelle Kris Jen- " you make me laugh " Thank- you David You ' ve made the memories 1 I love you Mom + Dad! Good Luck to the class of " 1985 " . Laura Christine Seale LO, BIT, MIO The Rolling Stones Clairol peel o my stomach! Howie Bound! Darren " Dont say NO! Where my Danna? Sarahistic Club House WC ' s Kaluha Exchange Bound STYJGSEIF! DPI lust kidding the Brown Hornet S3 Furr Fu ya no the Jsituation grasspotoolie Bad 4u Infatu- ation-FM-OH Betsey 1 Bitti Ru in the band? Goobagoof Goony Heres 2 u heres 2 me Harbor X ' s-Gold Bomg JJ- 143 Goin 2 Calif. JJEMMPCNTMKMKTJCRLCSCD-u cant always get what U want! Scott Sayers FHA WINTER TRACK Spring Track- Pole Vault My broken wrist-Spring of 84. The machine speed runs on Sippewisset Road now, may it rest in peace. Wild times with PR 1 Angelo ' s Supermarket To all my friends Good Luck in the future whatever you do. " I ' ve got a strong urge to fly but I ' ve got nowhere to fly to " Stephanie, you have made this year so much better than it would have been without you . . I hope what we have lasts. Nancy Sederman " A friend is someone who understands your past lives w your future and ac- cepts you today just the way you are " CJJS BH ID NR DB I Love ya M D! Salem State w Cath Bon! TGIF Wan! Bob Seger JS BH Ski Trips n Trips Ah-Hoo! CP w SS CJ JD MF AOMLTY-Jen Police 83 w JD KM KR NASC w Deb SC By 20 ' The Wed- ding DHISLY 1 Bachelor Party’ Never forget the Heights Ball Park Chappy Dec 8. 84 RS CD Thanx CM I luv ya! Bye Grandma I Love you ' Memories w KH. Kristina Schmitz Krista, Spin, Shake, Rattle, Rock Roll Rpuno TP the green room U2 Curtis Beast George Winston Vivaldi Bill MIT 7 3 9 V fieldHockey Baloo Chekhov Entity Its the best USGS The Nick Diva 11 NS The knob 734 20 125 20 BT Major light source PB DM BGW SG GM I A MS IS EP DB Esprit F=Ma Jets OHSC Drosphilia Mz 1BYEC Greece Samos Purple Togo Cosmic Dr I Chem U Penn J ' ai essaye; souvent J ' ai reussi. MG BT 8D J ' ai fait mon mieux vivez longtemps et prope rez. John G. Silva 7 24 84 Sarah Always " Moby " New Years Hooters " Going on a trip? " AIR FORCE Blow it off 1 Melana 6 15 82 Lost it Nancy C. " DF " Oct 82 CM DT MA HA HP AR 76 Nova 78 Monte 67 Stabg " Juan” Mason 4 12 84 Mexico Customs-Hope we make it! Jerry At- chue Thanks Tim and Steve Bill and Bob ' s Boat House U2 Bowie " 83” Van Halen Beaver Brown Leora (STDWO) GET TRASHED. 132 Timothy D. Simoneau JD-Trip to Boston in the Rocco 105- That night at RK with RKRK and Bi- cardi-Kub, you kill me you man-Kelleher you wildman-Thanks Guys for a good time-MH KUB KILL- ER JG DM GS MG JF SC Cliffy Rorn- CD-BBall, Hockey games with the guys-Mike, Two games to none, youll never win!!- ' ' Jill and Jim, This is dryl ' - Some good times were in my Ferraril- Rick Hows the Bomb running?-Good Luck Class of 85 and thanks-Keep in touch Guys! -Thanks Mom and Dad Your the best Connie Simpson Stephanie Souden " What a long strange trip it ' s been!” 2 14 82-5 21 82 good times, bad times JS 1983 I wont forget you, MS AFS Summer 83 Norway ]eg Elsker Deg! Lynn Tine Knut Russell Kjell Ole Florida apr. 84 L ' Epcot Centre Knee surgery elevator slow recovery LED ZEPPELIN Summer 84 Angelos Think Pink 1 Possessed! Thanks Kevin C Capt Tom Brian Andrea Allison Jen thanks for everything Lynda, I couldn ' t have made it w out you 1 Thank you! Scott, you made this year so " neat John P. Sousa II FOOTBALL CAPTAIN BASKETBALL CAPTAIN BASEBALL NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY KEY CLUB PRESIDENT Ruth Ann Soares All my love to Mom + Dad vanilla + little one my very bestest friend Mari- anne Lee CH TM AC Thanks I love you all! Monadnock the Knob Oh No! Summer of 84 the Best of the VF ' S TH ' S PF ' S The Fair free ice cream Great Harbors Club the swings She- bop Flick Honor Society-I made it! Sunsets Ballets and skating Thursday nights BS Thank you Ken and Suzanne + Dennis Elecita The Lord is my strength and song and he is my salvation. " April Spooner KEY CLUB 2 3 4 April in Paris Spring 84 with BC Crowbar man-Aug 8 84 Marthas Vineyard-P + B ' s AC Ca- boose with BC JD JJJ AEB Man in PB EF Lake Placid RL Yaz BC Spur of the moment-Hyn. Love ya Rui 1 133 Margaret L. Sullivan Gregory E. Stokes Big Man-Real Man. Funny you Should mention that Mike. Message to the Bleacher Creatures; You are all cham- pions. To Perspective: Back off. ECHO and what not. Thanks to Mr. Giardi and Mr. O ' Brien and MG SC JF RO TR MH TS RK JG SS TW II AMC DS MF ID GM Dilla DM DM KL TB and E.B.- Goodbye Robert E. Sweeney Carrie 1 " Waterskiing in December Prom 84-84 Roadtrips to NH-VT. Summer friends in Poppy 1 Christmas " I want some cake” February 18th Wednesdays " Skiing wuth JC + MB” " Chicken” K-Car " Improvise” (TYJB) Springsteen Wildcat-Attitash- Gunstock " Get a hanger” C.A.V. Ac- counting U Mass? CPA. David Strock Ski-Trip 84 Gaknowin it IXNAY Good Times Summer of 84 w Rosey Nick Tim Steve, " A dab will do ya 1 ” Sept. 89 90 Lacrosse Around the Vineyard Goodtimes with-CR NN TO SG MS TH MR BF IR MN MO ML " Flipper” Doc " First time for everything” Its been real C ' mon summer ' 85 ' I LOVE YOU MEGGY ' Stefan F. Striffler Crank up " The Who” Beuce 85, Born to Run, Mazda RX-4, The Zoom Mobile ' Road trips cross country, lifting at Steve ' s Gym, Concerts; RUSH, KINKS, DIO, SQUIRE, CARS, U2, MAO, HAT. RM WS KA SJ SM WC JM IK BB SO BB4 JM KG MM DM PB JH GC ID MP EP SS Paris 84-Discos, En- gland 85. 143 Mary. Charles Stulb Thanks to TOF and PBP. Falmouth Track WATB " Try to take control of it cause ' what you see is what you get. Magnificent 7 DD MGB-GND5 " I fought the law and the law won” " You better speak up now if you want your piece, you better speak up now it don ' t mean a thing Later Yesterday ' s News is tomorrow ' s Fish and Chip Paper” -E. Costello TTFN Anna Marie Sylvia I did it! Thanks to you Mom-n-Dad 1 I love you lots DEN A, your my life! 2 23 84 RR 6 18 NYE 1982 Very Special-Just Be Good To Me! Love you Friends . . . Monica, always there-Wen- dy don ' t drown 1 DC DB RR TS KM-Luv ya Troy-Thanks RF 1 Later on TM-Re- member . . . Tilly-CCA ]r. year Sum- mer of 84 PB ' s-Espanol-College-City Life-Bellsey-Love ya sweet D-n-Special K, me precious A-Bags 1 " Cheerlead- ing, skating FFSC-Life is short, so live it up! Goodbye FHS! 1 1 34 Scott Texeira Peter Mark Urban Where have all the good times gone? Top Jimmy in the General Lee Irratio- nal and comples numbers The old foot- ball game of the year, JL PC TH SM THE Z-28 and Salem State Bound Last but not least, Sensational. Kathleen Uzman TBC Hello Killington-Beat Mt (JH NS) Quebec ' 83 Stampers. The Boss ' Spiel 121783 Trig 1 Red notebooks. Summer 83-Stud moves. MH ' S Cattle SC + MK. EA-spud on the Tundra 1 Ned Beau. Star Trek. The Nads: MPPZBHRMNDAM CM (GATM). " Book ' em Danno” BTC Opus Erick: YTI Angelo ' s Antisocialism BP-Have you had your thought today? 1 Mutt Jeff MM (My alter ego Le Loup. Bonnie lean Thorpe " GREASE " " BRIGADOON " " CAR- OUSEL " " ANNIE " " DANISH SOAP " " CHAMBER MUSIC MAN " Reps w ES EJ MOO Nat La-La the LK ' S! " Ruh-Ron Rarah 1 ” The rhine- stone cowgirl-thanx CC AP RP brother Bn 1 Penmen’ Wennie 1 Pam re- member swill hill and Lou 1 Gotta love ya 1 She ' s a big hairy one I am muffy 1 Love to GH CP PT but mostly JEFF-I love you BEAR " Gertie Claude Ham- where’s my cake Bedelia LH Evil doobies Benow ' -WAG 1 Yipee Skippy Annie Mudge??? Julie L. Wagner " Jules " Semontis Summer ' 83 Barfa Indy Ash The Lonergan Crew Bonzo C2 Festival Mr. Helfen New York Japan Splash 1 VonPatsy " Luv ya to death " Band ex- change " The Crew " The Banana Boat MC TM PC SA JC Rhinestone Calgary ' 88 Mum Dad The never ending saga Xeroing faces Easy little test no big deal " Yees " Choking on Wien- erschnitzel Our beach good times come, bad times go; open your eyes these may be the best of our lives . . . older men. Kimberly E. Toldness Tree sales Summer, OPPI, McDonald Run. Prom 84 ' Colorguard, Powder- puff Tea Time Parties Future Roomies, Ronnie. " We ' ve only |ust begun " TO LD TK TM TD TM CM JT TF DM HM KK SP YUPPY AL MP RH JR RC JR LS EM TK TO Jenny, " Your the Greatest " Terri, I like to babysit! Cynathai D. Walker Cyn Mega-Woman? Cross-Country- TT Winter Track-Mugsy + Cranny French news Editor-with MmeC Prom ' 83 Kathy always keep pushing up and toward your dreams- IMY November in Washington- " Collr- giate Women " -Boheme Life-Get a cIue! Heidi RO GP EB- CY LB MN Jp LF WP TC J- C EP BR JA I love you Mom + Dad-Thank you ' Friends are people who share Joy + Sorrow, laughter + tears, and who are always around when encouragement or a smile is needed, this is what I found in you. 135 Barbara, Warden Doug Williams Remember Sophmore year cheerlead- ing Summer son Nantucket Track Cross country Captain-Penme me, Cross Country 82! . . all lost in the supermarket " cruthches RD PT shop- ping with Drea hating Rep Singers Deb, remember Vanessa ' s New Year ' s Eve Party ! Mike Mike Tammy Hang in there, K 1 Kelley Kristin Andrew, thanks for being there Barbie doll My buddy Eric , , , Miss Liz! Nancy Carole Way THERE " S A TIME TO LAUGH AND A TIME TO CRY BUT THERE IS AL- WAYS A TIME TO SMILE PEP SQUAD KEY CLUB SENIOR ED Pow- derpuff Ash Boo where is the pepper Big Chill Bethy Moosa 4 sugars 2 creams MARIO Memorial Night Pans- Madnd HI-HO Pinkslip Heartattack I D night SHog and the whaler ECHO P + B Melski KM God loves you Kate BFF Spanish w JG KW MF RM 1 friends KABAM BM PL BF RK EB LC TM SB TF RS PG CM ST Florida Sum- mer Spalsh 143 85 Thanks Mom Dad XO. Gary Wilson Say Dudes this is what it was-Custom SMASH boards windsurfing Ski Trips Punks Surfers Pantes Girls Lacrosse Summer " 84 " Jumping waves Phi-Sig Raf O Eastham the Vineyard Scooping Bud A pop-tarts cut your hair Sammy and H Bobby no job can I borrow a dollar U tnas Tubes Surfdrive Chappy Ba]a Bug The Field Bart SR SB GH BM Wave Babies Well that enough for now Later Dudes. Sarah West I ' ll miss you the most Mar Jen Dug- gan with an r Melbe whoaa! The cab- in creatures OTAY Panky? Rutro Jenn! 1 Weanie beans the Peach Pit gang 84 Smell my pen Nance Chrissy B and the fab 3 TECHIES LIVE FOR- EVER thanks SB 1 Sh-boo Can I mam- bo dogface to the banana patch? Yippy = SKIPPY Annie MUD GR The woman with the purple hair HOLA! Pepe everybodies bummin ' - -! I want to Bop! I want to bop sit ubu sit, good dog. Thanks Mum good Luck Class of 85. Mark Wiley And now its time to go, thru the sleet and driving snow, across the fields of morning, to a light that ' s in the dis- tance. If you hear the call, then step to the beat, no matter how measured or far away. Don ' t look back. If you be- lieve then look to tommorow Never for- get what we ' ve shared, never forget I ' m always there. You can stay here or come with me. But remember, I have promises to keep and miles to go be- fore I sleep Angel in Disguise 1984. Christine L. Woodward STAGE BAND-Bye guys Love " Cheeks " All-Cape Music Festivals- Feb ' 82 Quebec ' 83 Montreral ' 84 En- gland ’85-Right KF Exchange Concerts w Bee Bop 9 wash ' 85) HONOR GUARD COLOR GUARD- ’Those eight things” All-School Musi- cals " Grease " to " Annie " CLOC ' 84- " Orchies " Sr. Enghsh-Did we make it yet? Killer chicks Thanks Pete + Paul good luck JC-My Bowie sister TC MM KF SH TM AL KA " not thing ' s gonna touch us in these golden years " - Bowie Thanks MOM DAD! 136 Cathy A. Yuricich Thanks MOM and DAD i love you ANNA ill miss you NEVIN dsnm ' Rick pv! PETE ggpg HOW ya Doin bud JUST THINK, THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN YOURS Summer 83 84 85 Spain VOLLEYBALL SOFTBALL SHOTPUT BASKETBALL FOOTBALL OH " CANADABONIS my FRIEND M. HUFF 18 RED CENTER FIELD THE DREAM IS ALWAYS + THE SAME WATCHIN u BRUINS 3-KINGS 2 OT Duke Puff 4 HATCHET BOWLING: FRECKLEMAN YOU ' LL NEVER KNOW GREEN TRUCK: ATTACKER DUMB O Hey Feb. 14 Mickey and Las Piernas wplbkgcwkummaf QBack AT- TACK I 2 38 10 12 17 18 26 32. Carrie A. Zylinski Skiing in " 84 " = " 85 " was awesome. Summer 83 + 84 with Best two-some Elaine and Brian Heights Beach Good Luck to the Best of friends; Bex JWLP + RFKNJBCMFBDASPEM + BF " 84 " BCF w TR Luv ya all! Crusing in Green Machine putting up with MF + MZ, TZ + KC " To accomplish great things. We must not only plan but also believe’’. Karen Brtana Catherine E. Sylvia Colorguard-Pow Puff-TD Band Ex- changes Good times w Ovaltine ML- You ' re the inspiration. ECHO PR day. Howie Bound. Round the rotary parties in the bomb. Rocky Point No Gas. Springsteen ' 85 w JD ML. Pumpkin caper (KM) Weekends w " PC”. The best Booco-Melvin the man-McWow- Happenin 1 Thanks Mom Dad 1 1-4-3. Kenny Sheldon 137 D. Allen ]. Bassett E. Bezdaris G. Cabral T. Church B. Crago C. Davis K Alves E. Baumann D. Black M N Callahan A. Clough G. Cranston J. Delinks W. Amaral F. Beckwith S. Boissonnault D. Canepa C. Collella J. Crocker N. Demsi J. Anthony R Beliveau D. Braithwaite H. Carajanes A. Connolly L. Crowell M. Devestal L. Ashmore A. Bennett D. Brand L. Castleberry J. Connors G. Cutillo K. Dottridge T. Barrows P. Benoit L. Busch A. Chicoine S. Costa K. Dalton J. Duddy 138 J. Duggan B. Fetters A. Fullerton M. Grace J. Hannon P. Janenco K. Klein J. Dussault B. Field M. Gagnon K. Graham M. Harney K. Joe S. Koch K. Farrington S. Finlay P. Geary S. Graham G. Hennemuth D. Keene M. Lafond L. Faulkner S. Fitzpatrick T. Geist K. Grinnell B. Hughes P. Kelinui A. Lamoureus A. Fenrick T. Flanders C. Gilchrist ]. Gumbleton S. Huguenm R. Kelleher J. Lewis E. Ferren D. Fletcher S. Gibbons H. Hahn J. Irving R. Kendall K. Lipp 139 R. Lopes G. Maxwell P. McIntyre T. Mientka M. Norton W. Patterson J. Reine J. MacKilligan G. McDonald A. McMenamy H. Mrusek P. O ' Leary M. Phelan L. Roache E. Marden C. McGowan C. Medeiros M. Murphy T. Oliver M. Phillips K. Robertson T. Marshall C. McGrath J. Medeiros E. Murray S. Pacheco J. Pimental B. Robinson W. Mason A. McGuire D. Merson A. Myette E. Palmer M. Rapoza C. Rocha M. Mauk E. McGuire S. Messina C. Narbis M. Patrick M. Reardon E. Rohe 140 J. Roland K. Schmitz S. Souden T. Theroux N. Way C. Zylinski S. Sambade L. Seale A. Spooner B. Thorpe S. West R. Kubitschek A. Samry N. Sederman R. Sweeney K. Uzman M. Willey B. Andrews T. Sawyer K. Sheldon A. Sylvia S. Van Allen G. Wilson B. Sayers T. Simoneau C. Sylvia J. Wagner C. Woodward S. Sayers R. Soares S. Teixeira C. Walker C. Yuricich 141 ✓ November-Tim Church 142 THE MONTH June-Raquel Rodriquez May- Barbara Pierce February-Jennifer MacKilligan March-Ted McGuire April-Eric Palmer 143 MOST TIME SPENT IN SCHOOL LIBRARY Jim Corr Sara West SENIOR FRIENDLIEST Rui Lima Christine McGowan MOST MUSICAL Sean Boyce Christine Woodward MOST UNIQUE Jean Elichalt Stephanie Marquet BEST ACTOR ACTRESS Gary Hennemuth Bonnie Thorpe 144 SUPERLATIVES MOST INVOLVED IN SCHOOL ACTIVITIES Ted McGuire Barbara Pierce BEST SMILE Greg McDonald Nancy Sederman MOST HUMEROUS Mike Gagnon Beth Sayers MOST ATHLETIC Eric Palmer Tricia Cullinane MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Dave Merson Betsey Robinson DESTINATION -CLASS OF 1985 Allen, Darrin M. Employment - Fuccillo Concrete Specialist Alves, Kim L. U. Massachusetts, Amherst Amaral, G. Wendy Employment • Waitress day care helper Ames, Pamela G. Pine Manor College Andrews, William A. Employment - Dominos Pizza Anthony, Jason C. Clark University Ashmore, Lynne E. U. Massachusetts, Amherst Atchue, Brian D. Montserrat School of Art, Beverly, MA Bailey, Scott P. Military • Air Force Baker, Holly Employment - Hairdressing Baker, Robert Military - Army Baldic, Dorothy Employment - Whitehall Nursing Home Barrows, Teresa Cape Cod Community College or Bay Path Jr. Bartolomei, Michelle A. Wells College, NY Bassett, Jean E. Newbury Junior College Baumann, Eric C. Military - Army Baumgardner, Eliza- beth A. Employment - Royal Megansett Nursing Home Beckwith, Francis B. Employment - Jack Howard Landscaping Beliveau, Roland Ed- ward III U. Massachusetts Amherst Bennett, Andrea I. Providence College, R.I. Benoit, Peter W. Military - Army Benway, George Massachusetts Maritime Academy Bezdaris, Ellen O. Assumption College Billings, Andrew S. Pfeiffer College, North Carolina Black, Dawn M. Employment - Falmouth Co-op Bank Blum, Leopold B. IV United States Naval Academy, Annapolis Boissonnault, Sharon Cape Cod Community College Bolton, Roxanne A. Northeastern - Undecided Boyce, Sean U. Massachusetts, Amherst Braithwaite, David G. Amherst College Brand, Deborah M. Cape Cod Community College Briana, Karen Cape Cod Community College Briggs, Linda J. Employment - Clerk Buehler, Joe P. Military - Army Burgo, Correnia, M. Fisher Junior College Burk, Nicholas J. Cape Cod Community College Busby, Vincent Employment Busch, Lisa M. Attend college in another country-Australia Cabral, George P. Ill Bridgewater State College Callahan, Maura E. U. New Hampshire or U. Mass. Callahan, Nancy U. Massachusetts Canepa, Dana Cape Cod Community College Carajanes, Hope Framingham State College Cardoza, Leslie Military - Army Castleberry, Lori A. Employment - CVS Cecil, Robert C. Bridgewater State College Chambers, Dean U. Maine at Farmington Chicoine, Anne MarieBridgewater State College Church, Timothy Northwestern University, Illinois Clark, Andrew R. Bowdoin College, Maine Clark, Jonathan Employment - Chop N Block - woodcutter Clough, April Gordon College Cobb, Sandra J. Employment Colella, Christopher Employment - Stop Shop Bakery Connolly, Anne E. The College of Notre Dame of Baltimore Connors, Jennifer L. Pine Manor College Contardo, Christine Employment - Secretarial Corr, James P. Westfield State College Correia, Maria Fitchburg State College Costa, Marc Employment - WHOI Janitor Costa, Sean Patrick Military - Army Crago, Brenda Providence College, R.I. Cranston, Granville Saint Anselm ' s College, NH Crocker, Jenny- Rebecca Westfield State College Crowell, Lynne A. Employment - Bank of Cape Cod Cuilinane, Patricia Northeastern University or U. Maryland Cutillo, Gail Ann Travel School of America, Boston Cutillo, Pamela Undecided Dalton, Kathleen Bridgewater State College Davis, Catherine M. Westfield State College Davis, Paul Mass. Institute of Technology Delinks, Jennifer Boston College DeNisi, Nicole Blaine Hair School 146 Devestel, Mona I. Dilono, Christopher Dottndge, Kimberly Duddy, James J. Duggan, Jennifer A. Dussault, Janet M. Eklund, Eric E. Elichalt, Jean B. Farrington, Karen Faulkner, Lisa D. Fein, Laura Georgetown University, DC J. Texas Christian University J. Travel School of America, Boston Bridgewater State College Bridgewater State College U. Massachusetts, Amherst Cape Cod Community College U. Massachusetts, Boston U. New Hampshire Emmanuel College Boston University Fenrick, Rebecca- Amy Feren, Edward Fetters, Barbara Field, Barbara Fink, Randal L. Finlay, Stuart Finley, Audra Fish, Raymond Fitzpatrick, Shawn Flanders, Tracy Fletcher, David Foley, Julie M. Foresman, Gretchen Frank, Michael Frazier, Eileen Fullerton, E. Ashley Gagnon, Michael Geary, Patrick Geggatt, Scott Geist, Robert Todd Gibbons, Shannon P. Gilchrist, Christine Grace, Melissa Graci, John Graham, Kada Graham, Scott Greeley, John Geneva College, Pennsylvania Cape Cod Community College Employment - Deli Clerk Bridgewater State College Fitchburg State College Skidmore College, NY Post College, Conn. Art Institute of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Westfield State College Employment Penn. State University Blaine Hairdressing School Newbury Junior College Dickinson College, Pa. U. Massachusetts, Amherst New Hampshire College Fordham University, NY Plans Pending Employment Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. Hampshire College University of South Carolina • Aiken Boston University Employment - carpenter Bay State Junior College Bay State Junior College Cape Cod Community College Gregg, Timothy Grinnell, Katherine Guess, Billy R. Guitard, Yann Gumbleton, John E. Hahn, Heidi Halstead, Tracey Lee Hamrin, John Handwork, Karen J. Hannon, Julie Hanscom, Timothy Happnie, Lisa M. Harney, Michael Hassett, Paul Heath, David A. Henkenius, Tom M. Hennemuth, Gary L. Hughes, Bonnie Huguenin, J. Sanders Irving, Jill Jackson, Stephen A. Janenco, Paul R. Joe, Catherine Johnsen, Brian Johnson, Dianna L. Johnson, Do nald L. Jonas, Scott Jones, Brian R. Jones, Richard S. Kaiser, Jill M. Keene, David Kelhnui, Patricia K. Kelleher, Richard J. Kelley, Colleen E. Kempton, Lisa M. Kendall, Richard A. Klein, Katherine M. Koch, Sharon L. Kubitschek, Robert Lafond, Mary V. Brown University, R.I. Connecticut College Military - Army High School in Germany Norwich University, Vermont U. Massachusetts, Amherst Employment - Stop Shop Southeastern Massachusetts University Employment • Plymouth Savings Bank Framingham State College Southeastern Massachusetts University Employment - Bradlees Employment - Paul Harney - co-manager Employment Military - Army Military - Marine Corps New York University Southeastern Massachusetts University Texas A M New Hampshire College U. Massachusetts, Amherst Assumption College Fisher Junior College Salem State College CCCC then Westfield State Employment - Landscaping Employment - restaurant Cape Cod Community College Southeastern Massachusetts University Employment - Kentucky Fried Chicken Boston College in January Brandeis University - Transitional Program Stonehill College Plans Pending Year Off Employment - Clothing Store Tilton Academy Cape Cod Community College St. Joseph ' s College, Maine U. Massachusetts, Amherst Bridgewater State College 147 DESTINATION-CLASS OF 1985 Lamoureux, Ann Ma- New Hampshire Technical Institute Employment - Colonial Nursing Home St. Michael ' s College, Vermont Southern Seminary Junior College, Va. Bridgewater State College U. Massachusetts, Amherst Employment - Bank of Cape Cod Barnard College, NY Lauzon, Kimberly Leddy, Peter C. Lewis, Jacgueline T. Lima, Rui Lipp, Kathleen Lopes, Mary Ellen Lopes, Requel Y. MacKilligan, Jennifer L. Gordon College Mahoney, Jane E. Year Off • CCCC Manheim, Leif Mass. Rehab. Voc. Training Marchisin, Michael Employment • Masonry Marden, Elizabeth S. Employment - Small World School Marquet, StephanieM. Barnard College Marshall, Theresa A. Cape Cod Community College Brandeis University - Transitional Program Military - Marines Rollins College, Florida U. Massachusetts, Amherst .New Hampshire or Providence College Gregory Southeastern Massachusetts University - Coll. NOW Stephen Cape Cod Community College Christine U. Massachusetts, Amherst McGrath, ChristopherSkidmore College, NY McGuire, Allison A. U. New Hempshire McGuire, Edward G. Martin, Troy M. Mason, William Mauk, Marija K. Maxwell, Gregory J McCarthy, Brendan McDonald, A. McDonough, M. McGowan, M. Ill McIntyre, Patricia B. McKenzie, Kieran P. McLeish, Joseph J. McMenamy, Amy E. McMurtrie, David S. Medeiros, Craig Yale College Employment • Angelo ' s Emerson College Fitchburg State College U. Massachusetts Norwich University, Vermont Employment • Electrician Medeiros, Jacqueline Year Off • CCCC Merski, Sebastian E. Merson, David S. Messina, Suzanne M. Mientka, Tarah L. Monsen, Sarah R. Mrusek, Heidi G. Murphy, Molly E. Murphy, Shelley A. Murray, David S. Murray, Elizabeth M. Myette, Andrew E. Narbis, Carol Nichols, Sherri L. Nidositko, Marcy A. Norton, Michael O ' Leary, Patricia A. Oliver, Terri A. Osborne, Jonathan Ottaviano, Richard N Pacheco, Susan Palmer, Eric S. Park, Gina Patrick, Megan Patterson, Wendy Perry, Rebecca A. Peters, Pauline Peterson, Scott Phelan, Mia L. Phillips, Melanie J. Pierce, Barbara E. Pimental, Jerome Pimental, Ruan M. Pimental, Shan Pooler, Lawrence J. Porteous, Eric Porter, Tracey E. Pumphrey, Janine K. Rapoza, Jill Rapoza, Melanie D. Reardon, B. Michael New England College, NH Brown University, R.I. Alan Hancock Jr. College, Calif. Cape Cod Community College Employment - Secretary Other - Moving to Europe to study dance Saint Anselm ' s College, NH Bay Path Junior College New England Institute of Technology NH Salem State College Brandeis University Westfield State College Newbury State College University of Lowell U. Massachusetts, Amherst U. Massachusetts, Amherst Cape Cod Community College Burdett School .University of Tampa, Florida Employment - Falmouth National Bank Springfield College Salem State College Colby College, Maine U. Massachusetts, Amherst Cape Cod Community College Employment Military - Army National Guard Thomas College, Maine Regis College Wellesley College Castleton State College, Vermont Employment - Assistant Stage Manager Undecided Rensselaer Poly. Inst., NY University of Lowell Bridgewater State College Cape Cod Community College Employment Plymouth State College, NH University of Vermont 148 Reed, Peter G. Reine, John A. Reyenger, Brian J. Roache, Lynda M. Robertson, Kelly Robertson, Thomas Robinson, Betsey A. Rocha, Charlene Rodriguez, Raquel Rogers, Daniel Rohe, Erik Roland, Joseph B. Ross, Stephen P. Ryan, Patricia Ryder, James R. Salguero, Carmen Sambade, Scott Samry, Alan Sawyer, Thomas G. U. Massachusetts, Amherst Bridgewater State College Cape Cod Community College Salve Regina, R.I. University of Vermont Boston University Harvard University Wheaton College Framingham State College Northeastern University Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Inst. Military • Marines U. Massachusetts, Amherst Employment - Falmouth National Bank New England Institute of Technology, NH Universidad Laica de Guayaquil, Ecuador University of Florida, Gainesville Cape Cod Community College Employment-Home Improvement Specialist Sayers, Elizabeth AnnU. Massachusetts, Amherst Sayers, Scott R. Schmitz, Kristina M. Schuck, Sherman C. Schwartz, Nathaniel Seale, Laura C. Sederman, Nancy J. Sharp, Todd Silva, John G. Keene State College, NH University of Pennsylvania Employment - Andy ' s Market University of New Hampshire Cape Cod Community College Northeastern University Employment - Masonry Military - Air Force Simoneau, Timothy D. Military - Air Force Simpson, Constance M. Smith, Deidra L. Smith., William B. Soares, Ruth Souden, Stephanie Sousa, John Souza, Robert J. Souza, Terrance Spooner, April M. Stokes, Gregory E. Bridgewater State College Employment - Typesetting Bridgewater State College Employment - The Enterprises Keene State College, NH Bowdoin College, Maine Military - Army Employment - Building and Remodeling Bridgewater State College Westfield State College Striffler, Stefan Strock, David Stulb, Charles P.R. Sullivan, Margaret Sullivan Siobhan M. Sweeney, Robert E. Sylvia, Anna M. Sylvia, Catherine Tavares, Joseph Theroux, Todd E. Thorpe, Bonnie Toldness, Kimberly Urban, Peter M. Uzmann, Kathleen VanAllen, Sandra L. Vickers, Lisa M. Wagner, Julie Walker, Cynthia Walsh, Ellen Warden, Barbara G Way, Nancy West, Sarah Willey, Mark Williams, Douglas Wilson, Gary Wilson, Thomas Wise, Debra Wolfson, Bradley M. Woodward, Christine L. Yuricich, Cathy Zylinski, Carrie A. Lyndon State College, Vermont U. Massachusetts, Amherst Fairfield University, Conn. Undecided Katharine Gibbs School U. Massachusetts, Amherst Wheelock College Cape Cod Community College Employment - Outdoor work Wilbraham Monson Academy U. Massachusetts, Amherst Cape Cod Community College Salem State College Lyndon State College, Vermont Hesser College, NH Military - Air Force Employment - Clothes Quarters Simmons College Employment - Chase Ballou Johns Hopkins University, Maryland Daniel Webster College, NH Castleton State College, Vermont Cape Cod Community College Military - Army Military - Army Northeastern University Employment Undecided Southern Methodist University, Texas Florida Southern College Cape Cod Community College 149 CHRISTMAS TREE SALES 150 151 THE GOOD DOCTOR 152 153 154 155 PROM 156 157 158 159 GRADUATION 160 161 162 165 The STUDENT INTELLIGENCER WA Official ! t uNj a|) T of Falmouth High School .Summing Up Four Y ears ——————— fralmoulh, Mass , Wednesday. June 5. iuk Emphasizing A Global Oullool l«)oi loor. f by Laura Kilday by Laura Kilday ..J“ ■»•« ». -n, ,i,m„,poi M ro„h,u„™n, withheld held high With look is believing It u possible or inllrin rinn - - The class fires ell was civet bjr the president of the .enlo class, Edward Ted McGum III lie spoke of bclngclUtcns o the world and of the need ti scliv responsibility, ick • lge right ' snd havt 30in Klim •Id house, filled i all the onlook- lligh School to capacity • er» standing _ ...... ohed in Following their entr unce the FIIS band directed by Mr Joseph Sfudley. played • — National he youth of today and th cr of tomorrow. Ted toll — classmates Through ou rousing participation alone we cai ihape the worl 7c are the a The long-a __ .. K . ...... ith a smile and a handshake ... . V, ■ " were given to the ZW member teacher Mr Vasco Fire, .long oflhec lOMby Mr. Bun with a global picture of the da We.lgate chairman of ih ilage Falmouth Srhool Commutes e was This was it — the ultimate — llv --.dress diploma the applause score made by Mr Gregory Watson of maroon caps riving througl assistant to the slate secretary the air tronmcnlal affairs and Among other high points o juard Began As ‘Daisy Chain’ by Amy ;e summer y bouquets of • they lead the gradu it of the field t graduation They are r Guard, a group of lave been C with the graduates The original Honor Guard as formed years ago at Lawr nee High School Falmouth I 1972 The roup originally railed the is created there Mr John Quick, a guidance aunsclor who retired Mr Quick said that Mr Ru «jge of Stn« l Marshall. LHS principal. hl „d the school and e given him the rrsponsibil daisy chains into the w Mr Quick came up with the Idea National Honor Society in the junior class lake part in the ceremony and be recognised for (heir scholastic achievement He believed that boys had more things lo partlcpate in and that girls therefore gol the short end of the stick The first chain consisted of 13 girls who had a scholaa age of at least 85 They o daisies which Ih their shoulders at they walked in two rows, leading the gradu- ates into and out of the auditor bouquets or corsages Mr Quick still sees the tradition a the nicest thing to happen lo a young lady at Falmouth High School This year s Honor Guard will consist of 28 girls Joanne Bnana. Deborah Caaao. Christ- ine Correllus. Barbara Cnnba. Jennifer Cummings Pamela DcCoata. Faith Ann Goff Nancy Gunther Elirabelh Hocker. Lon lluebner. Sandra Kearney Kerry Kibby Amy Kiss Kerrs Landry . Joanna Lowell. Kristen Manchester. Michelle Maurice Sophia Pampalone Debra Per cocco. Aimre Phelps Marla Poag. Sarhi Shimomura Heath cr Stone Patricia Testier Ellen Timoney Luisa Vallela Kim Kathenne Gnnnell ■ of my colleagues politic- reporter Eileen Frai The President s bodyguards cameraman. Joe McLelsh dressed lo the hilt edos. but two stand ou are Norwich graduates . Gumbleton and Dasid Me Murine Now I can see a few more well known White House aides The chief of the secret service Gregory Stokes seem ' to be watching the famed puns rock Now I see that the sporting They goods tycoons pulling up lo the bn E entrance flanked by models are i Me- Robert Kubilsrheek and his panner Richard Kelicher. two the competition with Kubils check and Kelleher Kualily Sports, now a nationwide spring (spring), n. 1. To rise or come forth; to shoot up. 2. One of the four seasons so called because plants spring or grow then. sport (sport), n. 1. Something that passes time pleasantly; amusement; diversion. 2. A particular kind of game, play or amuse- ment. 3. A person who takes things in a spirit of sport or fun with- out losing his temper, etc.; as, be a good sport. -v. 1. To play; to speak or act in fun. 19 8 5 SCOREBOARD Baseball FHS Opponent Natick 6 11 Bridgewater 5 3 Bourne 12 2 Sandwich 2 1 Bourne 17 3 Durfee 0 9 New Bedford 3 6 D-Y 5 3 Barnstable 10 0 Attleboro 3 9 Somerset 6 5 Bishop Connolly 9 1 Somerset 7 0 Durfee 7 5 Barnstable 1 4 D-Y 11 1 Attleboro 1 9 Bishop Connolly 6 2 New Bedford 3 5 Boys Spring Track FHS Opponent Seekonk 62 83 Barnstable 96 49 Attleboro 56 89 Wareham 91 54 D-Y 77 68 New Bedford 62 83 Somerset 87 58 Girls Tennis FHS Opponent Duxbury 1 4 Old Rochester 4 1 Nauset 5 0 New Bedford 5 0 Dartmouth 1 4 Bishop Stang 2 3 D-Y 0 5 Seekonk 4 1 Attleboro 4 1 Barnstable 3 2 New Bedford 5 0 Attleboro 5 0 Dartmouth 5 0 Stang 2 3 D-Y 1 4 Seekonk 4 1 Barnstable 1 4 Girls Spring Track FHS Opponent New Bedford 99 37 Barnstable 85 51 Wareham 1 0 D-Y 75 61 Seekonk 73 63 Attleboro 79 40 Bishop Stang 50 40 168 Softball Sandwich FHS 12 Opponent 0 D-Y 4 12 Seekonk 2 12 Old Rochester 5 6 Dighton-Rehoboth 8 9 Westport 11 7 Attleboro 0 12 Dighton-Rehoboth 4 9 Barnstable 4 9 Wareham 29 2 Seekonk 5 14 Old Rochester 3 5 D-Y 3 5 Westport 3 6 Barnstable 8 7 Attleboro 5 2 Wareham 11 7 Boys Tennis FHS Opponent Nauset 0 5 New Bedford 4 1 Attleboro 1 4 Bishop Connolly 0 5 Bishop Feehan 4 1 D-Y 3 2 Durfee 5 0 Barnstable 2 3 Attleboro 5 0 Bishop Connolly 4 1 Bishop Feehan 5 0 New Bedford 5 0 D-Y 1 4 Durfee 5 0 Barnstable 2 3 Boys Lacrosse FHS Opponent Sandwich 3 10 Weymouth North 4 17 Bedford 2 (OT) 3 Burlington 5 9 Acton-Boxboro 6 17 Hingham 8 6 Ipswich 0 14 Medford 5 4 Newton South 6 14 Sandwich 7 8 Beverly 5 8 Peabody 4 8 Waltham 6 (OT) 7 Tabor 5 10 Wayland 5 11 St. John ' s Prep 1 14 Sandwich Golf FHS 6.5 Opponent 2.5 Tabor 5 3 Attleboro 8 1 Bishop Feehan 3 6 Somerset 8 1 D-Y 3 6 Durfee 8 1 Barnstable 3 6 Tabor 504 517 Attleboro 8.5 .5 Bishop Feehan 5.5 3.5 Old Rochester 8 1 Somerset 5 4 Harwich 6.5 2.5 D-Y 3.5 5.5 Harwich 8 1 Barnstable 3 6 169 L-R; Todd Ballard, Rob Pendergrass, Tim Me- serve, Eric Jackson, Scott Jackson, John Munroe, Coach Bird. (Not pictured; Chris Diorio, Mike Harney, Mick Burk, Eric Fernald, Andy Cooper, Trish Kelhnui, Bill Chisholm, Andy McManus, Marc Raymond.) GOLF The Varsity golf team had an excel- lent season with a record of 12-5 in SMC 1 league. Placing 3rd in the league, the team gualified for the re- gional playoffs, in which they went into the state playoffs, finished 10th in Div. I. Mike Harney and John Munroe gual- ified to go to the State Individual Finals in Worchester, Ma. Harney was also an all-scholastic player. He also won the Cape Cod School Boys Championship sponsered by the Pro-Am League. Trish Kelinui, a J.V. player, finished fourth in the girls ' State Individual Tournament at Newton, Ma. Other Varsity players were Chris Dilorio, Scott Jackson, Eric Jackson, and Todd Ballard. Coach Barry Bird said this was a " successful season " , and said next year will be a rebuilding year. The Girls Softball team ended its season with a SMC II League record of 4-8 and an overall record of 6- 1 1 . According to coach Mr. Kolodjeski, this year ' s record doubled last year ' s for wins. Senior Melanie Phillips was elect- ed as a member of the SMC II All- Star team as a second baseman. Both Melanie and Kristin Damore were chosen to play on the Channel 58 Cape and Islands All-Star Team. Co-captains were Melanie Phillips and Mary Lafond. SOFTBALL 171 BOYS TENNIS The boys ' tennis team had a success- ful season with a SMC League record of 9-5 and an over all record of 9-7, qualifying them for the state tournament. Mike Gagnon and Sean Condon made up an excellent doubles team. They were SMC all-stars and both made The Cape Cod Times All-Stars on the first team. Brian Carrager and John Gagnon were also an excellent doubles team with a record of 8-0. They were Cape Cod Times 2nd team all-stars. David Keene was also an SMC all- star and a Cape Cod Times 2nd team all-star. Freshman Ted Shea and Joe Sweeny also proved to be excellent players. Coach Mason said, " We were a young team and were happy to have qualified for the State Tournament. " 172 GIRLS TENNIS Ten and seven overall and 8-6 in the SMC 1 league were the final re- cords of the girls Varsity Tennis team, coached by Dennis Comolli. The team missed making the SMC 1 tournament by one match. Seniors on the team were Brenda Crago, Christine Gilchrist and Ei- leen Frazier. The best player, according to Coach Comolli, was Debbie Casso, a junior. Other outstanding players were Ellen Lynch, a sophomore, and Barbara Cunha, a junior. Eileen and Brenda were the best doubles players. Michelle Marken and Kristen Keating were also out- standing in doubles matches. Next year the prospects look good for the tournament, Coach Comolli said. 173 GIRLS LACROSSE The Girls Lacrosse team ended their season with two wins and three losses, coached by Wendy Rubin and Holly Souza. Because girls lacrosse is a club and not a varsity sport, everyone plays. About 40 girls were on the team. All of the scrimmages were against Cape Cod Academy and Sandwich High Schools. Outstanding players were senior Sa- rah West, Junior Patricia Tessier, Soph- omore Christen Nelson and Freshman Janine Johnsen. All four of the girls made the Cape Cod Lacrosse All-Star Team, which includes Falmouth, Sand- wich and Cape Cod Academey. Captains of the team were Sarah West and Carla Sullivan. 174 ' ll !«!£!! £i f ’w • V ' fill « Ill ii§nu$H ■ " ’Ml t K ffS K • ’r i ilii ? .% Xif w ,. j ' f| ? y if First Row; Jen Kahler, Melanie St. Laurent, Christen Nelson, Tracy Pratt, Laura Phillips, Lisa Strock. Second Row; Sue Cutrona, Laurie Cranshaw, Jen Schneider, Janine Johnson, Jenny Chance, Andrea Harding. Third Row; Kathy Friis, Janet Clark, Pat Tessier, Sarah West, Johanna Lowell, Lisa Peterman, Aimee Phelps, Elizabeth McLeish. 175 176 BOYS TRACK The Boys ' Varsity Spring Track team finished its best season since 1981 , with 4 wins and 3 losses in dual meets, said coach Paul Phinney. Led by captains Buck Blum, Paul Janerico and Andy Myette, the team scored 28 points in the State class meet, went onto the Mass. Open Championships and scored 14 in the N.E. open Championships. In the state class B Champion- ships, John French placed second in the mile and Chris Simpson, the MVP placed third in the half mile. Simpson also placed twelfth out of fifty people in the state decathalon held in Lawrence, Mass. Danny Hughes, a sophmore, placed thirty- third in the decathlon. All in all, the team did a tremen- dous job, coach Phinney said, and can look forward to a great season next year. 177 Front row L. to R.; Greg Pratt, John Gumbleton, Roland Beliveau, Jim Bagg, Jeff Bowman, Chris Moreland. Back Row L. to R.; Coach, Barry Sadoff, Jeff Robichaud, Paul Andrews, Jim Curtin, Greg Clements, Dan Pimemal, Billy Rugg, Jeff Alves, Jeff Howard, Paul Rossi, Pon Bisio. 178 BOYS LACROSSE Although their record of 2-14 doesn ' t indicate it, the Boys Varsity Lacrosse team had a very good sea- son this year. Coach Barry Sadoff described them as a high-spirited and motavated team. " Most of the teams they played were very competative, and the games could have gone either way " coach Sadoff said. Outstanding players were juniors John Carroll, a defenseman, and Greg Clements an attackman. Cle- ments was the leading scorer with hat tricks in 7 games. Both made the Div. II South All-league 2nd team. The Seniors, all four year players were Roly Beliveau, John Gumble- ton, Stefan Striffen and Mike Rear- don. They provided leadership for the team, and held everyone togeth- er, Coach Sadoff said. As Coach Sadoff noted, it ' s not the wins or losses that count, but how well the team plays. BASEBALL The Boys ' Varsity Baseball team fin- ished a successful season with a record of 12-7, placing them third in the league. Coached by Bruce Cranshaw, the team made it to the first round of the play-offs, but lost that game to B.C. High. The highlight of the season, accord- ing to Coach Cranshaw, was when the team beat Durfee, the league champs, 7-5. Senior Jim Duddy made the SMC I All-Star team, with a pitching record of 7-2. Junior John Vinitsky also made the All-Star team as third baseman. Captains were Craig Medieros and Jim Duddy. 180 181 L-R; Roxanne Bolton, Barbara Warden, Kathy Grinnell, Tricia Cullinane, Jen MacKilligan, Requel Lopes, Nancy Cal- lahan. 2nd row L-R; Jen Keenan, Shelly Pratt, Tracy Sa ngster, Jodi Flanders, Sa- rah Clifford, Jacky Muhern, Christen Carragher, Paula Cherkofsky, Heather Sarsfield, Coach John Carroll, Asst. Coach Debbie Halady, Pam Cher- kofsky, Susan James, Jennifer Johnson, Heidi Hobson, Jenifer Bowman, Lori Melisa Dole, Erin Farrell, Sharon La- cerda, Monique 182 GIRLS TRACK The girls spring track team, lead by Co-Captains Roxane Bolton and Jen MacKilligan went undefeated and captured the S.M.C. Div. I title. Bolton, the season M.V.P., captured three or four events in most dual meets. Roxane set F.H.S. records in the Triple Jump (34 ' 7 1 i " ), the High Jump (57”), and the Pentathlon (3,113 points). Lorrie Coronella was the leagues best sprinter. In- jured part of the season, she had but five days prctice when she ran a great race and placed second in the Class B 400 meters. Erin Farrell, a superb junior, placed sixth in the Class B Triple Jump with a leap of 33 ' 6 " . Jen Jensen placed fifth in the High Jump, while Jen MacKilligan placed fourth in the Long Jump. The team was a blend of experienced veterans and bright, bubbly newcom- ers that kept Coach Carroll, and Asst. Coach Debbie Gakadt (FHS 78) smiling all season. 183 Fine A WILL TO SUCCEED WOULD IT BE THE SAME? What it tommorrow never came And this was the final day Would I have had things stay the same Or done them a different way Would I have told you that I loved you In some poetic rhyme Or left that phrase unspoken For a more appropriate time Would I have moved a little slower Gone here instead of there Would I have even got to know her Would we have ever learned to care I cannot dwell on the past Or think about what is to come Who knows, it may not last So let ' s live now and just have fun Yesterday is gone; that ' s what they say Tomororw may never be But I would be happy at least for today If you would stay here with me By Peter Benoit Your time is destined upon each hour to work for your goal and your dream. You should do everything possible within your power and remember no one man makes a team. What you deserve is what you receive for no one ' s to blame but you. And no one can wish just only believe in what they know they can do. If you reach your goal it will all depend if you fully work hard to your life ' s end. By Lorrie Coronella David Heath THE TIME The point in time of our lives in this endless cycle of life is so critical to most, and to much of an effort to others, but the truth of the matter is, directly or indirectly this is a critical time. The future is at our finger tips and so are all the pressing needs and responsibilities that come with major decisions. Life can be scary, but the courageous must press forward and feel the thrill of new encounters and learn the way of the world and its civilized and not so civilized peo- ple in what is known as civilization. To all the seniors of 1985 I wish them luck in their persuits and the psychological abilities to deal with ev- ery new situation that will face them. And to the future High School seniors, I wish you the fore- sight for proper preparation and research, along with patience and endurance so as to stay sane during that last home stretch of the last year of High School. And again, to be able to deal with the game of life and its endless turns. HERE ' S TO THE FUTURE . . . By Gina M. Park 184 Mike Young Hold fast to your dreams, Though sometimes they seem far, Keep your chin high, And reach for that star! By Barbara Cunha " THE WOODSHOLIAN " He is a liberal man in a volkswagon van He is known as a Woodsholian A flower child from 1950 He wants to save the seals Don ' t those Birkenstock sandals look nifty He eats tofu for his meals. Greenpeace, No Nukes, and whales That ' s all that matters to him Everyone loves a seal skin coat But he would much rather see it swim. On stony beach is where you see him That is where he sits I only wish those crazy Woods Hole women Would shave their armpits. He may make money in Woods Hole But he doesn ' t really care Material things don ' t matter to him They just get stuck in his long hair. With a mouthful of granola and yogurt He leaves the Fishmonger cafe ' He ' s not really weird at all He just goes his own way. By Greg Maxwell YOUNG EYES Two young eyes, tired, yet with ticipation, seemed to have an endL smile upon them. A tear ran slo down a scarred cheek, filling them li water on a sponge. The remainc slowly clinging and then gathering the chin as it fell into an endless spa suddenly landing on some snow. The snow melted slightly. The owner, a small girl, had been marred by her kid- nappers. They took her when she was little more than three. Her hair, now shoulder length, was in knarls. As a re- sult she was a mute. Her skirt was torn, nearly in rags. She wore sneakers with large holes on the sides and top. Her hands were chapped, cracked, and in a few spots bleeding slowly. She stood under a cardboard con- tainer and then sank down. Finally ly- ing down she grabbed some old electrical wire and tucked it under her head. Slowly closing her eyes, tears, like old memories, began to form on her face. Quickly she then sprang to her feet and ran down a dark alley. No people were in the streets where the lamp posts still gleamed in the night air. Then she came to a walking pace. She noticed that even the corner girls (the angels of the streets) were off somewhere. The playing of merry music on the radio was heard faintly. Unexpectedly she seemed to grow weak, short of breath, and stumbled. She slowly wiped away the few tears that were still on her face, her eyes red and smiling always smil- ing. Suddenly a dark figure appeared behind her. Turning she began to run with the speed of the wind. Wearily she came to an abrupt stop. She sat on a doorstep and fell asleep. The light warmed the exhausted and nearly dead youth. After a few moments the life left her body and the smile was left upon her eyes. At that moment she was dead on the doorstep, forever smiling. By Annika Wright 85 I interviewed my neighbor, Ralph Ellis, who was born in Fal- mouth in 1889. Falmouth at that time had a population ot 2,800. At twelve years of age, he was a bi- cycle boy for the S.L. Hamlin Grocery Store. He never re- ceived an allowance while grow- ing up. Before going to school each day, he would have to bring in kindling wood for the fire. In 1902, he graduated from Lawerence High School in a class of thirteen. The class consisted of seven boys and six girls. One of his classmates was Elmer Fuller who later went on to become a physical education teacher and for whom Fuller Field is named. Snow days were very rare be- cause the horse-drawn school buses could go through almost any type of snow. Some high school teachers living in North Falmouth and Waquoit were brought to school by horse-drawn buggies. In order for a student to ride the horse-drawn bus, he or she had to live at least two miles from the school. Students who lived in Woods Hole came to school on the 8:30 train each day and returned on the 4:30 train. School classes were from 9:00 to 4:30 every day. While in the ninth grade, Mr. Ellis took courses consisting of college preparation algebra, En- glish, French, and American Hos- tory. His social activities included going to bean suppers at different churches in the area, parties, dances, and minstrel shows. There were about forty-eight stu- dents in the whole high school. He participated in baseball and football while in high school. Baseball equipment, bats and balls, were donated by the stu- dents. He was the only boy on the football team who owned a pair of football pants. Whenever the stu- dents played football, they would stuff their sweaters for padding. The football competition was be- tween Falmouth and Bourne for some time until Hyannis entered the competition. To play out of town games, the students traveled by train. In 1907, Upper New Bedford High School came to Fal- mouth to play. In the New Bed- ford vs Falmouth game, it was the first time that Falmouth saw the ' forward pass " being used. Mr. Ellis is now 96 years of age and, after a career in banking, re- turned to Falmouth to live in the 1960 ' s. He remains very active, works in his garden in the spring and makes jewelry from semipre- cious stones and sea shells for a hobby. He still drives his Cadillac and enjoys life to its fullest. Arthur Corey-Interview SPRING FEVER -THE FATAL DISEASE The clock is ticking Oh - so - slow, I want to leave, Get up and go. The sun is calling, Beach and sand, The thought of spring, So close at hand. The teachers droning On and on. But I don ' t care I ' ll soon be gone. What can they do? They ' ll never fight us. For we ' ve been hit With Senioritis. By Molly Murphy © asmajian PAST PRESENT OR FUTURE Each night I lie awake thinking about the past. The moments left behind times that went by so fast. Each day that lies ahead is better than days gone by. Each has more to offer for days behind have died. The past is so far away the future yet so near. But both in opposing ways when the present is always here. Each night I lie awake wondering where I am. Whether past, present, or future always a distant land. By Lorrie Coronella HALLWAYS The bell rings, and a sudden rush for the next cage begins. Vultures with whips and chains stand in the hallways ready for the kill. The neverending cracks of whips are heard in the halls clearly. We are small folk, but eventually we become vultures. After a while faint moans are heard from those caught talking in the hallway. Most of us never make it past fourteen, even so, the whips and chains still crack against our backs. The cage is dim and not very pleasant to the mind. Mice and rats crawl on the floors and walls. They have an awful habit of climbing on us and our notebooks. At times, they seem to eat away at our skin. Our bellies never cease to swell with hunger. There is the bell. I must hurry, or never leave this school! Just out this window ahhhhhhh! By Annika Wright INNOCENT TIMES It ' s just a little while Only a few short years It ' s close to one big smile With a sprinkle of tears It teaches you to cope It helps you to grow it gives you some hope And more than you know It shows you the world And what is above You get into relationships And learn how to love It ' s sad when it ends And people go their own ways But you ' ll remember your friends And those innocent high school days By Peter Benoit We all have the ability Beyond any doubt, To give someone our support And help bring them out. Out of the shell Which they once made, To shut out the world That always seemed of Jade Jade is the stone Which is too presious to touch But once assimilated, Will show you so much! By Barbara Cunha 187 CHANCES for S.V.S. by Shawna Higgins Life is a chance which is taken. Life is fate which holds ventures of many kinds. These ven- tures or situations create a sense of intensity and at times awe. Taking the gambles of life is a thrill but waiting for the outcome is agony. You will imagine success, you will imagine failure and then you will feel depressed and what is needed is a triumph. If not granted then a problem exists which must be dealt with, but can everything be dealt with? Time is the answer to all things. There will be successes and there will be fail- ures, but both must be taken in stride for life moves on and so do the chances. By Gina M. Park Now ' s the time To say goodbye To friends that you hold close, But the memories Which you hold dear Will always mean the most! By Barbara Cunha All David Perkins FLASHBACK Looking back upon the days, the days of happiness not sorrow. Are the days you ' ll always treasure not the days of tomororw. The future looks at you but you don ' t wish to see. What may lie ahead for in the past you ' d rather be. Nothing remains as time was, the times you always remember. Only the thoughts will last, for memories live forever. By Lorrie Coronella THE MAGIC WORD Why don ' t you love me, I ' m trying as hard as I can try, but whenever I think about you, I always break down and cry. I want to be loved, cared for and wanted, but somehow my love always seems to be haunted. You mean so much to me, so much that I can ' t even say, so just say the magic word, and everything will be okay. It sounds to me like you care, so just say the magic word and I ' ll be there. I ' ve never felt this way about anyone before, I can empty all my heart out, and it can ' t be restored. Because my love for you is a once in a life-time deal, I thought I ' d let you know the way that I feel. My heart is aching for the love you can give me, just give me a chance, I ' ll show you, you ' ll see! I also want you to know that I care, so just say the magic word, and I ' ll be there. LOVE Love is a kiss, a spark of delight. Love is a light that shines in the night. Love comes and goes yet it always lingers. Love just wisps by the tips of my fingers. Where can I find it? Where does it hide? Jesus is love-Love comes from inside. By Becky Silva June Compton ' s School Days By Dawn Bouchard June Compton would rather not say when she graduated, but is will- ing to answer any other questions about how it was when she went to school. QD.B.: Where did you go to school? A J.C.: I went to school in New York City. Q D.B.: What was the school like? A J.C.: The school was a very large, all girl school. It had three to four thousand students. OD.B - How did you get to school, by walking or some other way? A J.C.: I rode to school » on the subway. OD.B.: Did you have to walk far to get to the subway station? A J.C.: No, I only had to walk four city blocks. OD.B.: How ma ny students were in each class? A J.C.: There were ten to fifteen stu- dents to a class. OD.B.: Did they have school activi- ties, such as dances, after school sports, and field trips? A J.C.: Yes, they had all those things. OD.B.: Were you allowed to do any of those things? A J.C.: I could go on field trips. OD.B.: What was the parent-teacher relationship like? A J.C.: A lot like now. Parents seemed to care more then than they do now. O D.B.: What was the behavior of the students? A J.C.: Most of the students were good. O D.B.: What were the teachers like? A J.C.: The teachers were very nice. Most of them were older, only a few were what you could call young. O D.B.: What was the grading sys- tem like? A J.C.: It was about the same as you have, A ' s, B ' s, C ' s, and so on. O D.B.: Did you get much homework? A J.C.: Yes, we got tons of home- work. Sometimes we got so much homework we practically had to stay up all night to finish it all. Benoit SCHOOL I hate school, it ' s not really fair. The term paper they won ' t accept because of just one rip or tear, They shout, punish, lecture, and rave, I just refuse to behave. The long hours, the homework, and the books, Putting up with teachers dirty looks. Obey, obey, is all I hear. The sidelong glances out the window I stare. It is hard to believe that America is free, When school has captured and imprisoned me. It ' s almost over, I just can ' t wait. All those stupid detentions for just being late. Senior year is finally here, Time for wine, laughter and beer, To all of my friends I say " Congradulations, " We ' ve made it and it ' s " graduation!” T Ri lcrR Jennifer Fox interviews her mother. J.F.: When did you graduate from high school? L.F.: In 1968, from Wilmington High School. J.F.: What was your grading system? L.F.: There was no plus or minus system and 60 or below was failing. J.F.: Did you ever get beaten by a teacher? L.F.: No, never. I don ' t even recall any incidents even reported either. I don ' t recall the ' unruliness " in my 4 years at WHS, that I have noted in the schools these days. J.F.: What were the punishments? L.F.: Basically, detentions were the most frequent punishments; for smoking, chewing gum, frequent tardiness, etc. I remember a few expulsions for fighting (always the same few). J.F.: Were you good or bad? L.F.: Well, I was no ' goody two-shoes " and had my share of fun but I have to say, I never really got into any trouble in school. I never talked back to a teacher, or my parents. I wasn ' t an " A " student, so I really had to work hard and pay attention, to keep my average. J.F.: What kinds of transportation? L.F.: I usually walked to school because I lived very close to my schools ever since 1st grade. There was a school bus system, even " way back then " J.F.: What ' s the name of your school? L..F: Wilmington High School. J.F.: What are your feelings of schools? L.F.: I think school is something that should be considered a privilege to attend. I am especially pleased with Falmouth. What a change in attitude in the students and teachers ' attitudes. J.F.: What was your social life like? L.F.: There were school dances for every occasion, at least once a month. And, of course, proms - I went to four during my years at W.H.S. J.F.: Did you have good grades? L.F.: I had average grades - B ' s, C ' s, except in math. I could have done better. J.F.: Did you have a lot of friends? L.F.: I guess so. There were a lot of people I " hung out with " , boys and girls, but only 3 or 4 really close friends that I call friends today. FIRST LOVE I met a special person early in the year, We met in a public place. Being with him I didn ' t fear, For I fell in love, when I saw his face. When we were together, I felt so sure, But a past love was there. I understood that, that love was much secure, I felt it wasn ' t fair. Now I know, oh yes, I know, We are still the best of friends. But, I will never stop loving him so. That special feeling for him, never ends. He and I discovered that it would never be " we " If it wasn ' t meant to be, it wasn ' t meant to be. By Annemarie Chicoine MATH: WHY? Have you ever wondered why The arc secant of Delta Y, When factored using inverse Pi, Is equal to the log of i? Or why the rim velocity Of an Alpha-X hyperbole Can intersect radical e Within an inequality? Hell no! By Poly Nomial (alias Gunnar Trumbull) THE JOURNEY The time has come and he is old His mind is tired; his hands are cold It ' s been long expected, and he knows he can ' t stay There is no fight, his life slips quietly away . . . But the time is short, inside he ' s so young A wasted thing like a song unsung It ' s all of a sudden; something he could never forsee And he can never know why. He just ceases to be He ' s overcome by fear as he breathes his last- Darkness enters; he ' s lost his sight He breathes again as he sees the light The light, it changes to a different hue What once was white has now turned blue A place gone dark, a place gone wild And he ' s all alone, a helpless child This place is eerie with damp, cold air And a sense of evil like a dragon ' s lair His skin grows cold and he starts to run But where can he go when there is no sun? A chilling voice sounds through his head And he retreats from the horror of what was said: " You cannot escape; it ' s the end of the line There is no hope. Your soul will be mine. " He wants to leave, get away from the voice His body flees, He does not have a choice He stops at once as if hitting a wall His thoughts go blank as he spins to a fall His mind echos out " I must get free " But with consciousness returns reality An invisible force swings and slaps his face And thus begins the frightful chase He hears the hounds running at his back And his body sweats waiting for the attack A horn is sounded and all goes still The pack bays louder anticipating the kill His legs start to buckle and he hits the ground Their cheerful glee is the only sound They ' re on him at once; there ' s no chance to rest Their sharpened fangs sink into his chest The clash of thunder, a bolt of lightening The hell hounds scatter; they ' ve had their frightening He looks at himself amazed that he ' s whole Both his life and limb, his body and soul " Who stops my sport and takes my prize His soul is mine, that no one denies " The voice that answered was rich and demanding And the power it contained made it more commanding " That which is not yours you cannot take My power is true, and yours, it is fake Do not pretend that your power is strong For I will destroy all you do wrong As for life, it is mine; that you should know Only I can create it, make it flourish and grow. " Poor Satan, well, he know he was beat And he scampered away beneath the Lord ' s feet The little man who had been Satan ' s toy Now wept many tears, tears full of joy He was sad no longer; he knew he could live And receive all the love that his father would give For when he crossed the theshold from Satan ' s domain His whole self was cleansed from the evil one ' s stain He could begin life again, and that was the key For this new land was pure, and this new land was free. Baby I ' ve been so afraid To say what ' s on my mind And I need to know If you feel the same way I do I beleive you ' re just like me And we need each others company You know I can ' t turn away From a love that we portray But I don ' t know what game you play So please tell me what you know And then we could let it show. By Alan Samry Ken Sheldc w Here I am Thre I go All ' s well And I only know Why I want to become The best that I can, So please, Except me as I stand. By Barbara Cunha By Peter Benoit t Jt Linda Basey lives in East Falmouth and is the mother of three. Her daughter Kim, who is a sophomore, is interviewing her. K. B. When did you graduate from high school? L. B. I graduated in 1966 from Lawerence High School. K. B. What were the attitudes toward authority? L. B. I had alot of respect for all of my teachers. I was brought up to respect my elders and people with authority. K. B. What kind of clothes were worn? L. B. Boys wore decent looking clothes. The girls wore dresses and skirts. It was almost like a dress code because girls couldn ' t wear jeans or pants. K. B. What kind of sports were available? L. B. Boys played football. There was volleyball and field hock- ey for girls. K. B. Was your school highly competitive? L. B. Yes, expecially at football games. K. B. How did you get to and from school? L. B. Schoolbus. Some students drove cars. K. B. Was there peer pressure in your school? L. B. Yes. Everyone tried to be better at sports or grades. There was pressure to smoke and sometimes, drink. K. B. Were other drugs used in your school? L. B. As I said, alcohol was used, but I never heard about other drugs. K. B. Was it hard to graduate from high school? L. B. We had a credit system. If we didn ' t get them all, we had to take extra summer courses or go to night school. K. B. What courses were available? L. B. We didn ' t have as many as students have today. We couldn ' t pick our own classes. We took what they thought we should take. K. B. What courses did you take? L. B. General courses. English, algebra, social studies, book- keeping, and typing. K. B. How old were you when you graduated from high school? L. B. Eighteen. K. B. What was your first job after high school? L. B. I was a secretary bookkeeper at Acme Refrigeration. K. B. Did school prepare you for life after high school? L. B. No, it did not prepare me. I thought life would be fun and easy, but it was hard work. My parents prepared me for life. Ever since the sixties Young people " ratts " liked music that is loud And detested by parents And now in the eighties it ' s very loud it ' s known as heavy metal You can listen to punk But what you ' re putting in your head is junk You can listen to new wave But only your stereo speakers you will save But what ' s in is heavy metal So new wave groups are talented They should all get oscars for good acting So that ' s what you dance to It ' s just alot of noise from a computer And real music is heavy metal And those are called Grammies They ' re really just a sign of the latest fads And they are musicians? Really just another talentless group named in twos Substance is actually heavy metal You listen to that synth-pop Your fashion displays every recent fad You ' ll soon find out That it is actually true " ratts ' ' who Listen to heavy metal By Dean Chambers PROM NIGHT This night is alone - in a class by itself, I ' ll put when it ' s over this night on a shelf. I ' ll cherish it ' s mem ' ry like none other known, I ' ll put up our picture and it ' ll be shown. Our faces are happy - our smiles all aglow, This night unlike other nights long ago. Our dates all look spiffy in ' tails ’n ' tux ' , Our gowns are all pretty (They cost us some bucks). In the midst of it all our friends turn to foe, For the contest to crown the Queen and her beau. The night now is over - We ' re on our way home, I ' ll forever remember his face and the show. By Becky Silva To all the FHS students who ' ve ever worked at Angelo ' s Supermarkets- I ' LL BUNDLE 4 YA to the tune of " I ' ll TUMBLE 4 YA " by the Culture Club Downtown Mashpee (Falmouth) That ' s where you ' ll find us workin ' Deli, Produce. You ' ll find cashiers lurkin ' . They ' ll take your money, They ' ll leave you poor. They ' ll ring your order through But you need more. I ' ll bundle 4 ya I ' ll bundle 4 ya I ' ll bundle 4 ya I ' ll bundle 4 you I ' ll bundle 4 ya I ' ll bundle 4 ya I ' ll bundle 4 ya I ' ll bundle- ice cream Veggies And everything that ' s frozen Yogurt, butter And fresh eggs by the dozen. I ' ll put them safely where they ' ll stay cold, In plastic freezer bags That you can hold. I ' ll bundle 4 ya I ' ll bundle 4 ya I ' ll bundle 4 ya I ' ll bundle 4 you I ' ll bundle 4 ya I ' ll bundle 4 ya I ' ll bundle 4 ya I ' ll bundle- We ' ll alaways treat you nicely We never will act rude. Despite the stupid things you say And the foolish things you do. We ' ll bag your cereal, We ' ll do just what you say! The store is freezing, Outside it ' s hell. If you know what ' s good for you- You ' ll tip me well I ' ll bundle 4 ya I ' ll bundle 4 ya I ' ll bundle 4 ya I ' ll bundle 4 you I ' ll bundle 4 ya I ' ll bundle 4 ya I ' ll bundle 4 ya I ' ll bundle- Time to Punch out And now we ' re really living. But we ' ll Be back, To take the tips you ' re giving. And we ' ll be workin ' Just like before I ' ll take your orders out and And so much more! I ' ll bundle 4 ya I ' ll bundle 4 ya I ' ll bundle 4 ya I ' ll bundle 4 you By Molly Murph She sits eyes vacant. She is dreaming the well worn dreams of ages past. She dreams of kings and gueens. In great castles arrayed in jewels and eligable princes looking to wed. Tiny fairies who dance under the moon, clothed in cobwebs and dew. And witches dressed in black, brewing their potions in the dark of night. She dreams of unicorns and dragons and other such magical beasts. Wizards clad in robes with long flowing beards. Reading ancient tombes full of spells. And giants wearing skins, who carry off damsels with valiant knights in pursuit. Where is this world of which she dreams? This world of good and evil, distinctly separate yet still, a world of mystery. It lives in the dog eared pages of dusty old books and in the minds of people like her. By Lynne Ashmore Joe McLeish 193 pa ' tron (pa ' trun), n. 1. A person who is chosen or named as a special guardian, protector, or the like. 2. A person who gives generous support or approval; as, a patron of the arts. _ . ad ' ver • tise (ad ' ver tiz; ad ’ ver • tiz ) , v. To give notice of something, especially publicly; to announce something publicly, especially in a newspaper, over the air or by means of printed matter; to draw attention by such notices to the good qualities of something that one has to sell. -ad’ver tis ' er, n. 1 9 8 5 FALMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL Chris Contardo 194 PatronH Peter L. Clark and Ellen Barol Robert and Martha Griffin Dennis and Gaye Clough Pam and Ed McGuire Fran and Dan Lopes Mary and A1 Bishop Judy and Mai Robertson Carolyn and Richard Oliver Mr. and Mrs. Phillip D. Way Mr. and Mrs. John A. Reine Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pacheco Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ottaviano Robert V. and Jeanne Antonucci Mr. and Mrs. John Irving Gene and Shirley Cullinane Mr. and Mrs. Richard U. Palmer The Sayers Family The Crago Family The Beliveau Family Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kendall David and Paula Mauk Barbara Connolly Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Grinnell Donald and Susan Burnette Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ebenfield Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Kelleher The Martin Coyle Family Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierce Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Gagnon and Tom A Stone ' s Beauty Salon s ' 210 Main St. Complete Hair Skin Care s ' LAWRENCE MOTTA Your Style Center 548-0685 J)niurance a division of BREWER LORD Insurance 177 Main Street (617) 548-1596 Falmouth, MA 02541 or 548-1130 Stone’s Barber Shop s ' 208 Main Street S ' Precision Cutting s — Personalized Styling CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS OF 198s HARVE ’S HARDWARE inc. ®ff iSS 556 MAIN FALMOUTH 548-0480 163 WORCESTER CT. FALMOUTH 548-1666 195 Congratulations Best Wishes To The Class Of 1985 Falmouth National Falmouth • East Falmouth • North Falmouth Buzzards Bay • Hyannis • Woods Hole 548-1000 Member FDIC i% 197 c i uz io il 6 c 0 ' OAM ; attorneys at law 143 MAIN STREET FALMOUTH MASSACHUSETTS 0254 1 Compliments Of FALMOUTH LUMBER INC. Stephen M. Rappoport P.O. Box 629 Falmouth, Mass. Tel. 548-6868 E. Winn Davis (617) 548-8183 TELEPHONE 540-0200 FALMOUTH ORTHOPAEDIC ASSOCIATES, INC. David S. 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