Wim Sigf Mg
ZX jmM5ND5 I,
My ' bww
EMM fww g
My M, Aj
s M M? ,U
nga'-1.1 ' W
'en - i
,-y"""""" 1 H
But l don't want to use a proportion wheel."
L-R lst Row: J. Travers, K. Boudrot, R. Hagearthy, C. Andrews, M. Whelihan, C. Hunt, L. Collins, K. Menne,
B. Tuoney. 2nd Row: L. Sgourakes, M. Yagi, S. Stevens, D. Zonfrelll, R. Delaporta
"l didn't do it!"
The production of the 1979 yearbook began on a
Thursday afternoon in September and continued for
many Thursdays thereafter.
Thanks to the dedication and support of two very
special people, Mrs. Cindy Hunt and Mr. Brian Tuohey,
we are proud to declare the 1979 yearbook a success.
The 1979 Yearbook
lsit fi .
The first day that Mr. Dave Sperandio became our class advisor, we started our first day of high
school. We had a lot of fun times together. Whether we were planning an activity, performing on stage,
or just having a conversation, we knew there was a good friend behind that smile . . . he still is a good
We dedicate this yearbook in honor of the man who was dedicated to our class for four years. Mr.
Sperandio - You're one helluva guy!!
ln appreciation to Mrs. Cindy Hunt and Mr. Brian Tuohey for the time and effort
which they put into this yearbook and for the determination that we should some-
day finish it. Amen!
Thanks so Much.
TO THE CLASS OF 1979
Plato said, "You are young, my son, and, as the years go by, time will change and even reverse many
of your present opinions."
Your opinions are valued now as they will be later in life but remember the instruction of your
teachersg that opinion must be based on fact, not bias.
When your time comes, speak out, and let your words be worthy and meaningful so that you will
contribute to society.
l feel confident that the education you have received will serve you well and has prepared you for a
I wish each of you good health, happiness and success.
William A. Vellante
Superintendent of Schools
Xfff Z 1 S
SUPERI TE DENT'S STAFF
L. to R.: D. Saccomang K. Casuccig Supt. Vellanteg H. Andonian
Supt. Vellanteg B. Oschman
L. to R.: P. Sjogreng T. Burkeg E. Nevilleg F. Keaneyg W. Alessi.
To The Class of 1979:
"There is a time in every man's education when he arrives at the conviction that envy is ignorance, that
imitation is suicideg that he must take himself for better, for worse, as his portion, that though the wide
universe is full of good, no kernel of nourishing corn can come to him but through his toil bestowed on that
plot of ground which is given him to till."
Each and every one of you has his talents and abilities. Our purpose has been to provide you those
necessary tools and skills to enable each of you to develop those talents. It is our sincere hope that we have
succeeded in our purpose and we wish you every success in your individual purposes in the hopes that while
pursuing your own ends, these pursuits shall benefit the world as a whole.
My congratulations to each of you on having successfully achieved this educational milestone. l wish you
a very successful and happy life ahead.
Paul A. Brunelle
To The Class of 1979:
As your Public School education comes to a close: l hope that each of you reflects on the
many fond memories of your High School career. Use your educational experience as a foun-
dation for your future endeavors.
l would like to congratulate each of you on your accomplishments, as you approach
Mr. Joseph Arcudi
Standing L to R: E. Cartier, J. Rogers, K. Fagan. Seated: J. Anderson
First Row: Left-Right Mr. Arcudi, Jason Ingraham, John Fitzgerald, Lisa Palange, Rick Bennett,
Suzanne Smith, Jean Russo. Second Row: Beth Campbell, Chris Sycamore, Cheryl Russo, Pam
Kerosky, Pam Boudrot, Gail Ganley. 'lhird Row: Gordon Healy, Judy Travers, Greg Andonian,
Debbie Thibault, Bobby MacKinnon, Tommy lngraham.
42 , f
, . fn
Representative to School Committee
' - .
Student body president, Lisa Palange
Every year the Student Council
organizes money raisers and events for
scholarships to give seniors at the end
of the year.
Besides the traditional concerts, this
year the Student Council has taken part
in experimental activities. A walk for
Disadvantaged Youth, a Globe Santa
collection, and a Semi-Formal are only
a few examples.
This year the Student Council had a
chance to grow and discover new
horizons. lt has definitely been a fun
and rewarding year.
English Dept.: Front Row: F. Hoffman, R. Russ, M. Welch, Dept. Head: J. Dodge. Second Row: F. Flanagan, H. Doyle.
Reading Dept: E. Belmontg Co-ordinator, K. Flynn, J. Tapper.
Foreign Language Dept: First Row: C. Rayner. Second Row: W. Williams, B. Moan, P
Science Dept: First Row: S. Gourley, R. Keen. Second Row: L. Magner, E. Richards
Third Row: K. Merrill, P. Vigue, D. Sperandio, A. Salerno Co-Ordinator.
Guidance Dept: M. Barrett, T. Pelliccia
Jr. High Guidance:
L X X5
Math Dept: K. Minnucci, A. Gately, J. Porter, E. Kenney, Co-Ordinator, B. Bush, P. Browne, M. Cangi.
Back Row: L-R: C. Cangi, D. Minty, R. Cotter, R. Robinson, M. Barrett, M. Caiello. Front Row: L-R: A. Rovedo, L. Kibort, A.
Feaver, R. Cass, Director, K. Uwomas, T. Peliccia.
H E Soc. Studies Dept - Back Row L-R: D. Naughton, Dept. Head, J. Fair. Front Row L-R: W. Dooling, S. Efstathiou, J. Ar-
j ... senault, B. Tuohey - Knot picturedj.
S n, ., 9 gognl
- :nu .
. Xi " jf an 'WIFM ..............
Business Dept: N. Valois, F. Glass, A. O'Regan, Dept. Head.
Industrial Arts: A. Andrews, R. Henck, Dept. Head, R. Baker.
Home Economics: P. Ralston
Home Economics: A. Davin
Phys. Ed: A. Marak, K. Egy, E. Peterson, Coordinator
.. .... N
Q. Q x
fm., W. -
L to R: A. Baima, M. Shute
J fl' PM QA'
V . I ' fi
Librarians: L to R: J. Strathern, J. Ciasullo
Music: L to R: R. Terbowich, C. Miller, R. Harcowitz, S. Massey. F. Gubala, Music Coor-
Cafeteria: L to R: F. Watson, N. Graham, M. Clark, C. LaRocca, C. Clewes, C. Saitta, R. Keller, R. Gavin, K. Thibault, M. Caldwell, M. Feccia:
Health Staff: G. Mahar, F. Merkle
L to R: D. Babcock, D. Murray, N. Costantinog Hd. Custodian, R. Shannon, F. Murray
iv ,gf , QF.
Q Q S Q-LR .
Rss Sw ,' , Q -- .id
+1 'QNX .
P 1 - .gs
,M q,...? ix Q
4: X A QW K'
.Q I -ff
Q - ..
k A .Y ,k- ..
q..g...3lS ll Q ..XLA
fs Qffw- N -
:Ax if M . 'X
.. f fx, .L ,.v. -1
.W 1 :M
.w 34, .. 1
-- V ,Ml
,. V 1 ' ,
fx , '
2. K u 'mm
Q V - .W Q
,, .. y i
.N ,iw L-
.av N, xt
Q E . X
x X M r
- -, ww- ...
K :QS 5,1-J
. y QQ
KK 5 X X
. .gtk .
Q . , .f 3
f. -f Q.
. , X
- 'X .XA -:Q LKK:-KK?
Q :ki K- Ni. - x ffgsi
L? rx KK
" A X ' S X. . . I 5' A
Uk X X . X X ff'??Q . we
K-wg QQ, k , .gg Q -ig:-jf: ' .L
L I . 31- ,X .gf X . ,X
-w, i .X s , S .K -W9 .
X, . .. . X. sf .. .. as
N fag ' :K Q
1 X X-
3-P51 if - .Qi FM K K if f Klw' K
k Q' A 1 Q xX. e .. ,, 5: .. . ..
,K'.if5iX5. Q- , QK ' is
X' KW K K K Y 5 i 1 K 'ix
rms ISK " Q ef
sw. 35,5 M
,, . . is X., as i R K
if " X, KK, ,N ,J
L gals 11 if S "' .
X f :rw-X -X
. iw K.X"'L.K iJv '
h ss l . qz b . ,
. JN -rir 5 ' L' .
1 . X., 1 . 5 -
X W X . es, .
,S E M -f Q . K if .
. . ,
K'K1Q.Ti..K ' K KK -X
' .bg .x
'ml mf., K
,. . '. kk ,
.ff-,rm 'V Q,
Q. XP. N
J X ..
. Q. A ang..
. fK -K 'Sf-
..., -x . A
fx .. -
., ,5 I .
-. , X
. ' K'
QI, X K. K
'S A ' X '
'Q A .. f X s X
. A . . ,.'?." y
TERRI LYN ALGER
T, Ter, Alg, Algerstein
Usually Found: Out to lunch with Corky, Moe and Lisa "Far-
Out" "Party!" "Quick, let's hurry!" "Get psyched for the
Future Plans: To move to California and become a famous
photographer for High Times magazine.
"Sometimes the lights are shining on me, Other times I
can barely see, Lately it occurs to me . .. What a long,
strange trip it's been" -Grateful Dead
Colorguard 1, 2: Football Cheering 1: Hockey Cheering 3:
Intramural Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 3: Talent
Show 3: Yearbook Staff 4: G.S.P. 2, 3, 4.
DIANE MARIE ASELTINE
Usually Found: Walking around town fduring O.C.j "Hey
Joyce!" "Hey George, did ya do your french?"
Future Plans: College + Travel
"Honesty is hardly ever heard, and mostly what l need from
Intramural Volleyball 2, 3: A.F.S. 3: Prom Committee 3:
Senior Play 4.
STEPHEN ROSS BALL
"Hu mor, Ahhh!" "When are we outta here?" Chiefs, l, 2, 3,
Future Plans: To attend college and become a hotel
"l walk the road of life, among the strong, among the weak
and l ask them for the shortcut to the answers that l seek,
but it seems nobody understands what is and what will be,
The questions of my childhood weave a web of mystery"
Soccer l, 2, 3, 4: Hockey 2, 3, 4: Golf I, 2, 3: A.T.M. Play
4: Jazz Ensemble 3, 4: Prom Committee 3: Senior Play 4:
Talent Show 3, 4: intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM L. ANGEL
Usually Found: Outside Sperandio's room
Future Plans: Make Money
"lf you're not part of the solution you're part of the
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Talent Show 3: Volleyball l, 2: Cham-
pions 3, 4.
JAMES MICHAEL ANGELO
Volleyball 2, 3
CLARK S. ANDREWS
Usually Found: Comp. room
Pet Peeve: Such is Lifel
Future Plans: To go to college
Activities: Football 2, 3: Track 2, 4: Weightlifting l, 2, 3, 4
JEFFREY L. BOND
Usually Found: Town Park
"Do bananas have feathers?"
Future Plans: Mechanic, Automotive engineer
"The Lord giveth, the Government taketh away"
Basketball 1, 2, 3: Weightlifting 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1: Bizarre
Stunts 1, 2, 3, 4.
RICHARD M. BENNETT
"How's it going" "Take it easy"
Favorite song: Freebird
Pet peeve: Homeroom 116
Plans: To attend college
Would like to be remembered for: What l will do
Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3 Capt. 4: Honor
Society 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3. 4: Talent show 3, 4:
Halloween egg tight 3, 4.
KELLY LYNN BAYUSS
"Rude, crude and socially unacceptable"
Pet Peeve: Caf Study with no O.C.
Future Plans: College
"Hold fast to dreams for if dreams die life is a broken
winged bird that cannot fly" -L. Hughes
Would like to be remembered for: My silver sneakers
Volleyball 2, 3, Capt. 4: Basketball 2. 3, Capt. 4: Softball 2:
Talent Show 3, 4: Prom Committee 3: lntra. Volleyball l, 2,
3, 4: KOAX Groupie 3, 4: Senior Play 4: Halloween Egg
Usually Found: Platform
"Oh but hon"
Pet Peeve: Snobby people, homework
Usually Found: With Lynn and friends in Medway.
"Hey Jason, it was . . . "
Future Plans: To work, then maybe to college.
"lf you love someone set it free, if it comes back, it's yours,
if it doesn't, it never was."
Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4: Co-Captain Cheerlng QJ.V.J 3:
3 M55 J
44' .5 :yr
KIMBERLY ANNE BOUDROT
Nickname: Kim, Kimba, Killer, Boudi
Usually Found: At the Gym
Favorite Song: Dream Weaver
Pet Peeve: Homework and Westwood girls basketball team.
Favorite Saying: "Get Psyched." T.G.I.F., Hey lks, Hey,
Future Plans: Traveling and College
Favorite Quote: "lf you want a friend, be a friend."
Activities: Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 3, 4: lntramulal
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 3, 4: Talent show 3: A.F.S.:
Senior play: Yearbook: Class activities.
Usually Found: In Rm. 107
"I don't get it" "AI-rightttI" "There y'ave it."
Future Plans: Major in music and theater
"There is a loftier ambition than merely to stand high in the
world. It is to stoop down and lift mankind a little higher"
J.V. Cheering 2, 3: Colorguard 1, 2, 3, 4: Talent Show 3, 4:
Volleyball 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Play 4: ATM Play
2, 3: Vocal Jazz 2, 3, 4: H.S. District 3: Nat'l Honor Society
3, 4: Chorus Librarian 3, 4.
Nickname: Bessie, Miss Beth
Usually Found: Hanging out at the Tringo Hotel with my
Activities: Student Council 3, 4, V.P. 3: Yearbook Editor 4:
Vocal Jazz Ensemble 4: Talent Show 3. 4: Senior Play.
DENNIS MICHAEL CLANCY
Usually Found: 157 Village St.
"I may not always be right, but l'm never wrong." -H.M.
Pet Peeve: Coming to school so early in the morning.
Future Plans: U.S. Navy
Usually Found: At the Sandwich Hutte, "Order up!"
Future Plans: To study medicine. I
"Yesterday is already a dream, And tomorrow is only a vi-
sion, But today, well lived, makes every yesterday a dream
of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope."
Cheering 1, 2, 3: Nat'l Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Math Team 2,
3, 4: Yearbook 4: Prom Committee 3: Newspaper 2, 3:
Chorus 1: AFS Treasurer 3. 4: Festival 77 and 78: Spanish
Tutor 2: Talent Show 3: A.T.M. 1: Roman Day 2: Senior
Play: Intramural Volleyball 4.
DAVID WAYNE CIASULLO
Usually Found: Anywhere
Future Plans: To make money.
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2.
"Attention means no talking!"
Pet Peeve: People who don't understand me.
Future Plans: To attend college
"People who blow their own homs rarely ever learned to
Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4: Band 2. 3, 4: Drum Major 4: Colorguard
1, 2: Jazz Ensemble 2, 3, 4: Vocal Jazz 2, 3, 4: District 1
Cheerleader 1: Talent Show 3, 4: Senior Play 4: ATM Play
1. 2, 3: Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Roman Day 4: Dinner
Dance Committee 3, 4.
JACK R. BUCHANAN
Buck. Bucko, Jacko
'Hey What's up?"
Pet Peeve: Tom Dawson fLennyl
Future Plans: Go to Florida and attend college majoring in
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 3, 4: Weightlifting 1, 2, 3, 4:
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM A. CARLSON
Future Plans: Auto Mechanic, Lead Guitarist
"I love to do all those deliciously painful thing to you, that,
make you writhe and groan in ecstasy" -Gene Simmons
Would like to be remembered for: indulging in my craziness
to the fullest extent and terrorizing a whole city just by aniv-
ing in town.
ROBERT J. CONGDON
Usually Found: At a piano
Plans: To be a professional musician
"lf you can imagine it, you can achieve it. lf you can dream
it, You can become it."
Nat'l Honor Society: Student Council 1: Godspell 2.
ELLEN KAYE CAMPBELL
Usually Found: Hiding from Tommy, Peter and visiting Mr.
Doyle in Joumalism.
"lf you love something, set it free: if it comes back, it's
yours, if not, it never was.
Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Softball Manager 2: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Stu-
dent Council 2: Prom Committee 3: Talent Show 1, 3: ln-
tramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Yearbook Art Ed. 4: KO-AX
Groupie 3, 4.
DAVID ANDREW CLARK
Usually Found: Where l don't want to be.
Future Plans: To make the grade.
"With every mistake we must surely be learning" -George
Math Team 3, 4: Spanish Tutor 2, 3: Honor Society 2, 3, 4.
KEVIN T. DONAHUE
"lt's cool" "Bull"
Pet Peeve: Speed bumps
Plans: To be a millionaire and be very successful.
Track 3: Choms l, 2, 3, 4.
RICHARD W. DELAPORTA
Usually Found: ln the library liguring the days left to foot-
"Ah, Hulio, give me a break."
Future Plans: To attend college and become a millionaire.
"Never laugh at a live dragon" -J.R.R. Tolkien
Football l, 2, 3. 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball l: Weight
Lifting 2, 3, 4: Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4: Yearbook 4.
ELIZABETH ANN DeLORME
Usually Found: ln the music room or with Frank.
"That's Excellentl" "Frankie?" "You do your thing - I do
l am not in this world to live up to your expectations and
you're not in this world to live up to mine. You are you. l am
l - and if by chance we should meet . . . it's beautiful.
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: ColorGuard l, 2: Band 3, 4:Talent Show
3: Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4: Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4: Senior Play
4: Jazz Workshop 3: Student Council 3: Secretary 4: ATM
Play 1, 2: Vocal Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4: Jr. High District 1:
Vocal Jazz 2, 3, 4: Jazz Ensemble 4: Tennis 3, 4: Sr. High
District Chorus 4: All-State Recommendation 4.
"Free at last, Free at last, Praise the Lnrd l'm free at last"
Track l: Baseball I, 2. 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4.
Pet Peeve: Band Cliques
Future Plans: Going to College
Would like to be remembered for: Egging the soccer tei
Vocal Jazz 4: Tennis 1, 3. 4: ATM Play 3: Hockey Cheer
3: Talent Show 3, 4.
EDWARD RICHARD DeFANTl
Usually Found: Woodshop
Plans: To be a cabinetmaker.
Would like to be remembered for: My charm and charism
Basketball 1: Weightlifting 2.
INTA A. HERINA
Usually Found: ln the bathroom, smoking.
Pet Peeve: This school
Plans to become an author or a psychologist.
"Pardon me, you're stepping on my eyeball."
Would like to be remembered for: Reading and writing.
ERIC GUNNAR ELOFSON
Stench, Tugboar, Lois, Gunnar, Wofat
Usually Found: ln my favorite Luv.
"Don't be a chimp, drink some beers!l"
Pet Peeve: The class before lunch.
Plans to attend college and then raise a well-respected
"l can't give my best, unless l have room to move" -John
Football 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4: Tennis
1, 2, 3. Capt. 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Class President 1, 2,
4: Talent Show 1. 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 3: Volleyball 1,
2, 3, 4: Weightlifting 1, 2, 3, 4: A.T.M. Play 1, 2, 3: Senior
Play 4: Halloween Egg Fight 1, 2, 3, 4.
Usually Found: Takin' on the hill with Rick.
Pet Peeve: People who litter and don't think twice about it.
Favorite Quote: "ln wildness is the preservation of the
JOHN D. ENGWER
Usually Found: The bubbler
Pet Peeve: New School Administration
Future Plans: Being rich and not working.
Would like to be remembered for: The 10th grade Marine
Biology field trip. first and last . . .
Football l, 2, 3. 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Hockey 1, 2.
CHERYL LEE GOGUEN
G.L., Unch, Cher, Sarah
Usually Found: Locker room, or outside.
"That's hideous" "Get psyched" "Have a happy day"
Future Plans: To attend college and travel.
"We must have room to be alone, to let our close kept
thoughts run free, for what is today without time to wonder.
and what is tomorrow without a dream?"
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4:
Senior Play 4: Tennis 3, 4: Prom Committee 3: Talent
Show 1, 3. 4: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3,
4: Chorus 3, 4: Bye Bye Birdie 3: Yearbook 4: Halloween
Egg Fight 4.
Usually Found: Platform
Favority Sayings: It don't make you a bad person.
Future Plans: To use my high school education to the
Favorite Quote: Do to others as others do to you.
Would like to be remembered for: That l never got caught.
Ray, Ramundo. Rayrnonda
"Dumb Broad" "Oh man, l don't believe this bull."
Future Plans: Go to college and become a wealthy
businessman or lawyer.
"You never realize what you have until you look around
,School Climate Rep. 3, 4: Boy's State Rep. 3: Senior Play
4: Talent Show 3, 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Track 3, 4: lntra
Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Bowling 1, 2: Yearbook 4: lntemational
Night 2, 3. 4.
JUNE A. FETTIG
"Thank God it's Friday!"
Pet Peeve: Mrs. Shute in a bad mood. '
Future Plans: Enter the world of business and fashion.
"Through this toilsome world, alas! Once and only once
pass: lf a kindness I may show, lf a good deed l may do, Le
me do it whilel can, No delay for it is plain. l shall not pas
this way again."
Held Hockey 1: Modern Dance 2: Class Secretary 1: Rin
CORINNE E. FLANAGAN
Usually Found: With June.
Future Plans: To enter the world of business.
"The times we've shared together, may you hold them in
your heart, and lf for some reason. we should ever drift
part, forget me not, as l not you Just come to me and l'll
elcome you For we all need each other to carry through.
SCOTT SAMUEL GREEN
avorite Song: "Ma" by Steely Dan
uture Plans: Plans to go to Hawaii Lua College and major
surfboarding, sunbathing and cocoanut picking.
Basketball 1, 3: Weightlifting 2, 3.
JOHN RICHARD FITZGERALD
Juck, Mad-Jack, Wolfman-Jack, Jack-a-holic, Fitz, Fitzie
Usually Found: Cruising around in Govie's Pinto or at the
river, pond or hill.
Favorite Pastime: Partying and listening to music.
Wants to be remembered for: The announcements and the
intercom music program.
Favorite Quote: "lt's only teenage wasteland, oh yea, it's
only teenage wasteland" -Carly Simon
Future Plans: Presidency of the United States of America.
Activities: Football I: Basketball l, 2: Track 1, 2: Volleyball
3: Student Council l, 2, 3, 4: Student Council Concert
Committee 2, 3, 4: Student Advisory Council to State
Board of Educ. 3, 4: State Board of Student Advisory Coun-
cil 3: Boy's State 3: U.N. Delegate 4: V.F.W. Contest flst
place 3, 13rd place 4J: Student Representation to the
School Committee 3, 4: School Announcer 3, 4: National
Honor Societv 4.
Usually Found: Getting out of classes.
Favorite Song: Reminiscing
Pet Peeve: Cars without radios
Future Plans: Doing Secretarial work.
Would like to be remembered for: Being Mr. Arcudi's acting
Activities: Playing tennis, Disco Dancing.
MARK DAVID FERZOCO
Frizzo, Hzzo, Fizzmoco, Fliz, Fwiz, Mark
"Hey McCarter, did you do the homework?"
Future Plans: To enter the business field and become a
millionaire before McCarter.
"Nothing would be done at all if a man waited till he could
do it so well that no one could find fault with it." -C.
Tennis 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4: Lil Abner l:Jazz
Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4: Talent Show 3, 4.
Usually Found: ln the gym or locker room.
"Never say die"
Future Plans: To live a happy life.
Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4: Soccer 2, 3, 4:
Volleyball Champs 1, 2, 3, 4.
Usually Found: Home, downtown
Future Plans: To work and then travel.
"Take a time. think a lot. think of everything you got for you
will still be here tomorrow but your dreams will not."
Mase, Maseman, lngy. Jase
"Hey-yol What's up?" "No Way"
Pet Peeve: Poor officiating during sporting events.
Future Plans: Go to college and study accounting.
Soccer 1, 2, 3. Capt. 4: Basketball 1, 2. 3, Capt. 4: Tennis
1, 2, 3: Capt. 4: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Nat'l Honor Society 2,
3, President 4: Talent Show 2, 3: Student Council
Treasurer 4: Math Team 1, 2. 3. 4: Hanrard Book Award 3:
D.A.R. Representative 4.
Quote: "Take care of today: tomorrow shall take care of it-
Lady, Kinkey Claire
Usually Found: ln Tringo Hotel
Favorite Song: Women in the Moon
Pet Peeve: People who underestimate others.
Future Plans: To be the best white female jazz singer in
Favorite Quote: I found myself once again and will always
stay aware of what I love outside myself V.M.H.
Would like to be remembered for: My ups and not my
downs: my laughs and not my moods.
Activities: Vocal Jazz Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4: Field Hockey 1,
2, 3: Talent Show 1. 2, 3. 4, Vice-President l. 2: Student
Council 1. 2: Chorus 1, 2. 3: Little Abner 2: Bye Bye Birdie
3: Volleyball 1, 2, 3.
ROBERT M. HAGEARTY
"l no doubt deserved my enemies, but l don't believe l
deserved my friends."
Student Govemment Day Rep.: Yearbook: ATM Musical.
Usually Found: ln the music room.
"To each his own"
Pet Peeve: Seat belts
Future Plans: Computer Programmer
Vocal Jazz: Chorus.
Future Plans: To work for the year and maybe Emerson
College next fall.
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: ATM Plays l, 3, 4: Varsity Football
Manager 3, 4.
Southeast District Chorus Ur.-High Division, 1.
Quote: "lf only eyes could communicate from the depths
within." S. Lemons 1979.
Pet Peeve: A particular teacher who showers her language
with the phrase "GMI"
sually Found: Down the Cafe "munching out"
uture Plans: Enjoy myself
ctivities: Football 1. 2, 3, 4: Hockey 1, 2, 3. 4: Track 2,
Favorite Saying: lt's so incredible l can't cred it.
Pet Peeve: Guitarists that don't use their pinkie.
Future Plans: Study music composition at Berklee
Would like to be remembered for non-conformitism.
Activities: Jazz Ensemble 2, 3, 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Chorus
4: KOAX 3, 4: Erdstence 4.
JOSEPH FRANCIS HISLOP
Usually Found: At the farm.
Favorite Saying: Mick, Mick, Mick, Mickeeee.
Favorite Song: Mainstreet
Pet Peeve: Mrs. Morril's perfection
Future Plans: College
Would like to be remembered for: The last of the Hislops
Activities: Talent Show 3: Senior Play 4: Track 1: Baseball
l: Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4.
Usually Found: Room 107
Favorite Saying: "Bug off!"
Favorite Song: "Aire" Chicago Vll
Pet Peeve: Songs that fade out or repeat endlessly
Future Plans: Professional performing musician
Activities: Jazz Ensemble: Vocal Jazz Ensemble: "Bye Bye
Birdie": Jazz Workshop: Talent Show 4.
ROBERT DOUGIAS MCCARTER
Usually Found: Sacking out in the hall after lunch.
"No Frizzo, I was hoping you did it."
Plans: To enter the automotive field and become a
millionaire before Frizzo.
"He who requires urging to do a noble act will never accom-
Would like to be remembered for: Driving the classiest
truck in the school.
Band l, 2, 3, 4: Jazz Ensemble 2, 3: L'il Abner l: Student
Council 3: Talent Show 2, 4: Asst. School Committee Rep.
Usually Found: Mert's House, lifting, eating, fighting
Favorite Saying: What brains
Favorite Quote: Eat, drink and be merry.
Activities: Football I, 2, 3. Captain 4: Intramural Volleyball
l, 2, 3, 4: Lifting l, 2, 3, 4: Track l.
Mickey, Chimp, Micalip. Mouse, Michelob, Teddy B.. Mio
"Greatl" "Have a great day, alright?" "Believe me l'm :
but not insane!"
Plans: To live life to the fullest and to go to California to
a special person.
"This is for all the lonely people, Thinking that life
passed them by, Don't give up until you drink from
silver cup, And ride that highway in the sky."
Field Hockey l, 2, Capt. 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, Capt.
Tennis l, 2, Capt. 3, 4: Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4: Prom Co
3: Talent Show 1, 2. 3. 4: Student Advisory Comm.
Band l. 2: Yearbook Staff 4: Milford Daily News All-St
4: Senior Play 4: Prom Queen 3: Homecoming Cou
DIANNE MARIE MANNING
"Are you serious?" "How do you figure?"
Usually Found: Nowhere
Pet Peeve: Homework - homework
Plans to go to college.
llsually Found: Anywhere you care to look.
This stinks" "Let's get outta here" "Be serious" "Hell with
nomework. l was too busy last night"
future Plans: To go to college and study business.
Be what you want to be and not what someone tells you to
re." Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4: Hockey 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2: A.F.S. 3,
gg Volleyball 1. 2, 3, 4: Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4: Chorus l,
, 4: Vocal Jazz 2, 4: International Night I, 2. 3, 4.
JOYCE J. MCCURLEY
"Hey Diane, I brought the visine"
Pet Peeve: Having to spell correctly.
Future Plans: To travel.
"The secret of life is enjoying the passage of time."
JANET MARIE MARIANO
Usually Found: In the way
Favorite Song: Time in a bottle
Favorite Saying: I would if I could, but l can't so I won't: Hey
Quote: Don't put olf til tomorrow what you can do today.
Future Plans: Goto college, work.
Activities: A.F.S.: Canvashers, bake sales and other fund
raising activities: Intramural Volleyball: Senior Play.
Usually Found: Platform
Favorite Song: Freebird
Pet Peeve: Teachers
Plans to attend Burdett School.
Would like to be remembered for: All my suspensions
AJ, Mer. Mellon
Usually Found: In a blue Maverick behind Hutch.
Favorite Saying: "Well that's life"
Favorite Song: "Shattered" By the Rolling Stones
Pep Peeve: Breakable windows
Future Plans: Become a fashion designer
Activities: Bowling 1, 2.
Usually Found: Around or Cliffs Cycle
"I'm not up for it"
Future Plans: To be a diesel mechanic.
"Danger is most beautiful when sought out" -Ernest
Hockey 3, 4: Soccer 4: Holli 3, 4.
KATHLEEN ANN MENNE
Kathi, Kathimenne, Catrina
Usually Found: In the library
Future Plans: College and a career.
"Insist on yourself, never imitate: for nothing can bring you
peace, but yourself." Henry David Thoreau
Bowling I: ATM Play I: lntra. Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4: Softball
I, 2: Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Colorguard 2, 3, 4:
Talent Show I, 2, 3: Math Team l, 2, 3, 4: lntemational
Night 2, 3: Nat'l Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Girls State 3: A.F.S.
Club President 3. 4: Yearbook 4: Senior Play 4.
CORLYNE CHRISTINE MICK
"Hey Ter! Where's Lisa? Let's go!" "Party at Wilbur's"
Sometimes the lights all shinen' on me. Other times I can
barely see, But lately it occurs to me, What a long strange
trip its been. -Grateful Dead
Colorguard I, 2: Football Cheering 1, 2: Hockey Cheering
3: Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 3: Talent
Show 3, 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Senior Play 4: Roman Day 3,
4: G.S.P. 2, 3, 4.
Would like to be remembered for: Endlessly partying.
ROBIN JANE MEUSE
Moose, Mouse, Meusie
Future Plans: College
"To be happy is not to possess much, but to hope and love
MARY EILEEN OTIS
nov' notsn, Modena
Usually Found: On a late night tuna buff with Bessie, Mis
Thal, Kinky Claire, and Sue Bee to destination unknown 1
dancing on tables at Tringo Hotel.
Favorite Saying: "Heyl Dig on this!" "Sure, I knew yo
Pet Peeve: Bored people who have no time for living, an
Claire's insane laugh.
Activities: Cheerleading l. 2, 3, 4, Captain 4: Vocal Ja:
Ensemble 3, 4: ATM Plays I, 3: Vocal District Competitie
1: Talent Show I, 2, 3: Student Council l, 3: lntramur
Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Modern Dance 3, 4: Climate Stuc
Representative 3: Odd Fellow Representative to the Unite
Nations 2: GirI's State Representative 3: Prom Court I
Homecoming Court 4: National Merit Scholar 3.
LUANNE CATHERINE MURPHY
Usually Found: With L.P., M.L., S.S.. E.C., J.T.. and XYZ.
"Hey, Lisa P!" "You had to be there."
Future Plans: To attend a four-year college.
The day we meet again we will walk in peace, Thm the gar-
den, down the road, Where the mist of time is lifting, See it
rising in the air, Like the shadow I was chasing. When I
looked it wasn't there -Justin Hayward
Cheering 1, Capt. 2, 3: Track 2: Talent Show 1, 3, 4:
Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4: Intemational Night 2, 3: Tennis 4:
Prom Committee 3: Yearbook Staff 4: Volleyball 4:
Newspaper 3: Nat'l Honor Society 4: Senior Play 4: Class
SHAWN JOSEPH O'REILLY
Wilt. "O", Hus. 1 and 2
Future Plans: College
Soccer 2, 3, 4: Hockey 2. 3, 4: Talent Show I, 3: Class
Treasurer l, 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 3: Nat'l Honor
Society 3, Treasurer 4: Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 4: Math Team 4:
Senior Play 4. '
"What's Up?" "Take it Easy."
Hey you. You wild and crazy person!" "Hey Murph!"
'uture Plans: Who knows, do you?l?
They say little children are supposed to sleep tight: that's
'hy I got into the vodka one night. My parents got frantic,
idn't know what to do, But I saw some crazy scenes before
was thru: Now, do you think I was crazy? I may have been
'nly three, but I was swinging! -Joni Mitchell
Zheering 1. 2, 3, Capt. 4: Class Secretary 2, 3: Volleyball 1,
L, 3, 4: Talent Show 1, 2, 3: Student Body President 4:
'ennis 2, 3: Senior Play 4: Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4: Math
'eam 3: Yearbook Senior Section Ed. 4: L'iI Abner 1:
lomecoming Queen 4.
Football 3: Hockey l. 2, 3. 4.
DENISE RENEE PROCTOR
Usually Found: With June, Dianne, and Corinne
"I don't believe it."
Pet Peeve: Honey
"'l11e secret of life is not to do what you like, but to like what
Modern Dance: Intramural Volleyball.
AMALIA SIA SGOURAKES
Usually Found: ln the library with Kathi.
Plans: To go to college.
"lf I can stop one heart from breaking, I shall not live in vain:
lf I can ease one life the aching, or cool one pain, Or help
one fainting robin unto his rest again. I shall not live in
vain." -Emily Dickinson
Honor Society 2, 3, Secretary 4: Intramural Volleyball 2, 4:
Math Team 3, 4: Talent Show 3: A.F.S. 3, 4: Yearbook 4.
Chucka, Turtlebait, Turtlebreath
Usually Found: Up the hill.
"Darlene, Let's skip."
Pet Peeve: School
Plans: To leave this area and get a good job.
Intramural Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4.
PAUL N. ROBINSON, JR.
Usually Found: Arguing with Mr. Arcudi for O.C.
Pet Peeve: Mrs. Brown's Algebra ll Class.
Future Plans: To go to college and on from there.
Football I, 3. 4: Basketball I, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 3, 4: Prom
Committee 3: Senior Play 4.
DAVID ALAN REYNOLDS
"How are you?" "Do you wanna play cards?"
Pet Peeve: Early moming band sectionals.
Future Plans: Wants to become a carpenter.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Jazz Ensemble I, 2, 3, 4: Wind Enseml:
I, 2: Band Vice-President 4: Prom Committee 3: Pit Bar
3: Intramural Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4: Basketball l.
Pet Peeve: Report cards
Future Plans: Trade School
Usually Found: Girl watching with Doug Steeves l, 2, 3, 4.
Usually Found: Talking
"Hey, you don't have to believe me, it doesn't bother
Future Plans: Unknown ,
"God helps them who helps themselves."
J.V. Field Hockey 3: Basketball I, 3: Tennis 3, 4: Volle
3: Talent Show 3: A.F.S. 3, 4: Festival 78 and lntemat'
GEORGE JOSEPH SMITH Ill
lsually Found: Getting Ernie a coffee.
Getting fired up"
'et Peeve: Getting Ernie a coffee.
'uture Plans: College, getting married and raising a family
s fortunate as my own.
Any person who is enjoying life is not a failure."
Kaseball 1, 2, 3. 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball l, 2, 3,
I: Prom Committee 3: Prom King 3: Senior Play 4:
'olleyball 1, 2. 3, 4: Honor Society 3, 4.
THOMAS JOSEPH ROCHE
et Peeve: Arcudi
Iould like to be remembered for: Being the biggest roche.
ootball 1. 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2: Talent Show 3, 4.
Usually Found: Metal shop
"Get away from me!"
Future Plans: Mechanic, work at Polaroid.
PHILIP J. ROLISE
Future Plans: College
Would like to be remembered for: Being the last Rouse to
get through Millis High.
Band 1, 2: Talent Show 3: ATM Play 2: Senior Play 4.
BRAD A. REGER
Reggae, R.W. P.S.P.
"Get psyched" "Do it while you can, but don't get caught
"Live each day to it's fullest: You'll have more fun that way'
Soccer 3, 4: Math Team 2, 4.
Nickname: Roones, Peon, Rick
Future Plans: To attend college
Activities: Hockey 2, 3, 4: Soccer 4.
MICHAEL F. WHELIHAN
Future Plans: College
Football 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 4: Yearbook 4: Nat'l Honor
Society: Weightlifting 1, 2, 3, 4.
Usually Found: At school trying to have fun, listening to
music or playing sports.
Pet Peeve: People who cannot laugh at life or themselves.
"Dream on, Dream on, dream until your dreams come
Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Bowling.
JUDITH A. TRAVERS
Usually Found: Where l'm not supposed to be.
"What a rush!"
Pet Peeve: Monday thru Friday
Dream what you dare to dream. Go where you want to go.
Be what you want to be . . . Live.
Volleyball 2, 3. 4: Softball 2: Tennis 3, 4: Intramural
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Talent Show 3, 4: Prom Comm. 3:
Vice-President 4: Yearbook 4: Senior Play 4: H.S. Band 1,
2: Chorus 2: Wind Ensemble 1, 2: Basketball 1, Mgr. 2:
Math Team 4: Honor Society 3, 4.
Usually Found: Metal shop or back parking lot.
Future Plans: To have a ball in life.
"Don't sewe time, Let time serve youl"
Girl Watching I, 2, 3, 4.
DONNA M. THIBAULT
"What" "Sueyl" "alk a balk"
Pet Peeve: Snobs and gym.
Future Plans: To sleep all day.
"lf you can't lind 'em, grind 'em'
Sleeping l, 2, 3, 4.
SUSAN ELIZABETH STEVENS
Sue - Bee
Usually Found: At Tringo Hotel with Thal, Mary, Claire a
Beth Qposition: bell hopl Tuna Buffing in that infamo
neon, My Fiat: on a Sunday Special with Luanne.
Favorite Saying: "Hojo'sl Now?"
Pet Peeve: People who are latel
Future Plans: College
Favorite Quote: "Sad deserted shore you fickle friends i
leaving you, Oh but you know it's time for them to go, W
knows where the time goes."
Activities: Volleyball l. 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4:
tramural Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4: International Night 1, 2, 3,
Prom Committee 3: National Honor Society 3, 4: Sen
Play 4: Yearbook 4: Talent Show 4.
LINDA LEE MARIE TIBERI
.lsually Found: Being late to class.
'Judy. let's go out tonight" "Remember Hampton Beach"
:uture Plans: To attend college for executive secretary and
hen become an actress.
The secret of happiness is not in doing what one likes, but
n liking what one has to do."
lllould like to be remembered for: Never being late to
ll'aIent Show 3: Copy Editor 4: Senior Play 4: V.F.W. Con-
est 3rd place 3, Qlst place, 4: Festival "78".
KATHLEEN A. WALSH
Kathy, Walshy, Kate
"Hey Coyle - what's up?" "Red, any Sucrets?" "Maura-
telephone!" 'Smile Tim, God loves ya!" "Shoot that girl"
"Oh it's Saturday . . . "
Pet Peeve: Lockers, Lyons, McBride S Maraggio
Future Plans: College
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, CoCapt. 4: lntra. Volleyball 1, 2. 3. 4
Basketball 1: Basketball Mgr. 3: Soltball l, 2, 4: A.F.S. 3
4: Talent Show l, 2, 3: Honor Society 3, 4: Yearbook 4
Prom Committee 3: P.G.F. 4: Senior Play 4.
"Linda, Let's cruise" "YesI HAMPTON!
Pet Peeve: Tall people
Plans: To attend college
"Life is short so live it up!"
Talent Show 3: Yearbook 4.
We have got to get this thing done'
'et Peeve: Being called a know-it-all.
future Plans: Work and then college
Look ahead, that's where it's at"
Usually Found: On the hill
Favorite Saying: Have a nice one.
Future Plans: To become an accountant.
"'Ey, What's up"
Favorite Song: Stairway to heaven
Future Plans: Accounting QCPAJ
"Work to live but don't live to work"
Golf 1, 2, 3, 4.
BRIAN RALPH WYE
Usually found: with Jennifer or on the soccer field
"Don't give me a hassle"
Future plans: to go to college for architectural draft-
"Someday miracles will happen"
Soccer l, 2, 3, Cap't 4: Baseball 1, 2: Hockey 2, 3, 4:
Track 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Bye-bye Birdie 3.
REBECCA ELIZABETH WOODARD
Becca, Beckless, Beckabird
"Shut up, Darlene!" "Don't call me that!" "Who's up the
hill?" "What a coincidence, l must have E.S.P."
Pet Peeve: my longest nickname. Heckless Beckless is
reckless with . . .
"Remember the past: don't use it. Observe the present,
don't abuse it. Look forward to the future: don't accuse
it. Be good to all love: or you'll lose it!" W.R.
Would like to be remembered for: being able to take
Darlene's ha ha ha ha ha ha times.
Intramural Volleyball 3.
....,,' .4 Q ... ,xy
wwf Q., f r.-We
,r 'W:Wf'12Wfia t Wifi
- kf:i97wj.5t,.h,g Zgiiygii QR we
,wav uf ,gf 7255,
Usually Found: 3-I l Somlike-cho Nakagowa-ko
"Shoot that girl" "Fantastic"
Pet Peeve: checking words in dictionary.
"Always do right. This will gratify some people, and
astonish the rest" - Mark Twain
Volleyball 4: Yearbook 4: AFS Club 4: P.G.F. 4: Basket-
ball 4: Intramural Volleyball.
ROBERT J. YERED, JR.
Usually Found: Outside Mr. Sperandio's Room
Future Plans: Undecided
Would like to be remembered for: Nothing and
Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, capt. 4, weightlifting I, 2, 3.
Track 1, 2: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Talent Show
BARRY ROBERT WYE
"Take it easy"
Pet Peeve: being called Brian
Future plans: go to college
"You only go around once in life, so grab with gustol'
Hockey 2, 3. 4.
KIMBERLEY ANNE ZOERB
Future plans: Job dealing with animals
Favorite Song: Sultans of Swing
Favorite quote: "I cling to my childhood dreams
because l still have a chance to become what I dreamed
Zonka, Zonna, Zonk
Usually Found: Hanging Around
Future Plans: attend college and become a WEALTHY
and dedicated nurse.
"Learning to love yourself is the greatest love of all for
you cannot truly love another until you love yourself'
Track 1: Cheering 2, 3, 4: Honor Society 2, 3, 4: ln-
tramural Volleyball l, 2, 3. 4: Talent Show 1. 2, 3, 4:
Yearbook 4: Prom Committee 3: Class President 3.
Not Pictured: Ricky Santos, Jody Santos
To Janet Crock,
From your rzends
The class o 79
and wzsh you the best o
The Class o 79
f ' 1
f ll ll'
We l1a'uen't forgotten you
f ll ll
Ray Garcia Jack Fitzgerald
Class Musicians - Lowell Kieth, Maureen Coffey
inseparable buddies - Corlyne Mick, Terri
Cutest Couple - Diane Manning, John Engwer
Reckless driving - George Smith, Laureen Coyle
Most Successful - Jason lngraham, Kathy Menne
Class Clowns - Kathy Walsh, Peter
s 2, Q.
Best Looking - Lisa Delorme
Most athletic - Mickey Lipsett, Ricky Delaporta
Class Flirts - Claire Howard, Eric Elofson
Most talkative - Donna Zonfrelli
Inseparable Buddies - Doug Steeves, Doug Spearing
CURTAI GOI G
' ' ,
K WWW WW
STAGE STRUCK SENICRS
Mr Sperandlo Class advisor Shawn O'RielIy,
Treasurer Judy Travers Vlce Presldent, Eric Elofson,
Fry XL' '
X V' Cy
5 J ' S1
N. . we '
-lim 3-i-iwfgfg, ,.., ,.... . , K
Q53 'VS if 'X .1
A ss g .,Wmf...
ks 5 X
-. bs 1 'X
:...:x WMM. W,
A 5 .
Mmm, eww .....,,.,.X , .
- NN,-mw"" 5
e M.. .,irq. e
fr PM :-:.:.- -
? , yf
Hf'5QQlxf4g - Tv :-' '7
Wrw , 7 .1 X
ff pw mga?
0 b 4
"mq":"l.'i "':::sLi Nm' funnel fm Y Q
3.13399 fq N
sx , x
- HW. ,
K. Cassidy Egy
Class Sec. Maria D'Eramo, Pres. Mike Collins, Treas. Carol Kujanpaa, V-P. Debbie
Y ,A 2,
,, .. .
ff y a Q fi
"'df:'W:5' , : ni f,,'QfQwf1iW ' 470: if
lilie ly . ,
W ,,,., ,... 4 ,... . .ml
, , ,V 1, ,
, , , ., lg,
, ,K W
5 is , , MM,
5 sim fs wv
Y ,wyxvxk ,,,, WMM, w,,, ,,
we r 1 2 ' ' iq ' ,, ,
MN N , s ,
" ' ,hnwmmpwmuwwdv-U
i 5 Ig Q it f f ,
W v Q - N
' HQ ff :Sf "
f- f' fs ,,,,,
E. - - .sais l M
il, 3:1 , Q
UPER SUPER SOPHOMORES
. my ' - nnnaum.-pm-,W .mzwma-1 m . iium fn 1,
Class Officers LR Tuna Heath Treasurer Rlchard Vellante Presldent Suzanne Smith VP Bed1
Wee President, Torrey Richards, Pres. Greg Anclonian, Treasurer, Joanne Clark,
Secretary, Laurie Robinson.
Advisor, Robert Baker
Hi 'bmi :fWNYgi'!Ef2wAW! V 5
fx xl r'
. W uh.
f ,f ,, HV, ,
- A gg
f Q 5 f
Q - K 5gZTis
QR, Q E as ik Q as , Q
Q:":. f : 'i f-1,
N, Q S Q
Nw + . ,
..:,1f..H-..,..,,h-N.., A.,.. NW -MM
V IS FOR VCLLEYBALL
Kathy Walsh, Kelly Bayliss, Sue Stevens, Judy Travers, Kathi Menne, Laura
Blanchard, Mariko Yagi, Leanne Coyle, Donna Draper, Patty Lipsett, Ground: Cathy
Cassidy, Coach, Gail Ganley, Louise Ball.
-V ': 5f,fgg-4q,1T f?, .p,
Mi KW W"
l ff 1 V 'A
as ., . , ...,
W? Em " E if 5 -2 H , I'
... ' , . .. , .- ,LL
E l'-'1 - . ' - V 'r'- :
Coach Cathy Cassidy, Nancy Wenger, Lisa O'Brian, Kathy Hillier, Paula Dougans, Tricia
Delaporta, Linda Booth, Ellen Campbell, Kim Boudrot, Luanne Murphy, Natalie Bosse, Jeanne
W X is R qi This year s volleyball team didn thave an impressive record.
All our games were close though, and we beat Ashland, the
first place team. Hopefully the skills acquired by the team this
past season will be put to good use in the year to come.
This year's Soccer Devils, under the direction of a
new coach, Coach Fleming, came into the season
with high expectations. Although we did not manage
a winning season, we did battle each team com-
petitively fwith the exception of one particular game
against Doverj and we did encounter many in-
teresting experiences - the near perfect game in
Medfield, an offside C???J call against Medway, the out-
rageousness in Ashland and the thrashing of Hopkin-
With some solid experience behind them we would
like to wish the best of luck to Brobie, Mikey, Buggsie
and all the other "chimpies" next year.
, Captains: Jason lngraham, Brian Wye
Total Record 5-8-2
Tri-Captains: L-R: M. Lipsett, C. Goguen, C. Flanagan.
L-R: C. Goguen, M. Lipsett, L. Shire, D. Thibault, D. Pettis, C.
Flanagan, S. Ryan, K, Clewes, P. Flanagan, P. Boudrot, P.
Kilmartjn, V. Bergen, T. Richards.
This year's Varsity Field Hockey Team showed a marked
improvement over last year. The inexperienced team of last
year began to show their true colors this year. The
never ending pep and enthusiasm ofthe team made this year
an enjoyable experience for the coaches, as well as the
Although we will be losing three of our very dedicated
players, we have a strong and hopeful team returning next
Top L-R: C. Manning, J. Tamuleviz, K. Hourigan, K. Walsh, R. Congdon, Coach C. Cangi, J. Clark, J. Duffy,
J. Lagos. Bottom L-R: K. Hourigan, C. Duffy, C. Langille, C. Freese, K. Sycamore, P. Green, L. Stivaletta, S.
Q . g ,Y
i Q w
"Does it work?"
, ..,:. , X -s
,, . ... Q
Q REV 4
.t 'E Y
The fall of 1978 was marked by the rebirth of the Cross Country team.
Although this team's first steps were burdened by a lack of experience, even-
tually each foot was placed firmly toward the goal of unity. Out of the eight
contests held, Millis managed to win two meets. As a result though, these
runners developed fine competitive attitudes. The team was led by five
juniors. Behind them was the skill of their dedicated coach Larry Olsen, who
installed a fiery competitive desire into the team through his own personal
experience. Next year we intend to beat the daylights out of everyone!!!
A special note on John Sycamore's accomplishments:
- undefeated league-Conference Meet
- 2nd Framingham News Meet
- 3rd Divisional State Meet
- 29th overall All State Meet
- broke Millis record three times
- two additional course records
w f igl 1.511 -LLLL X .QM
S :m-L i 2
Q, Q X! ge' K X
Nl I X Ks 3
X ...W .
Not physics, Brad!
, ,, Q,
1. I 1
3 Nl '7 3 ' 5
if K ' , , if A 'S'
. 11. W 5 5 'G MQ '1
5 ' '
. .. ' ' ' ' ff'
M ' , . .
H . - ,,,, ,,.,
Q vii Lfffmf- S? ' fi...-: , N-:" . ' "' ' " ' , "WM'f6'1'4'fVMlY'lfWfsL,Z4f AZ' f .. ' .FJ
N - , 'I X, iN..?k :... .ffzsygix .5 N ., Nfg -M., fm ,WW y,,,f,, fM,MW,w,, Z - A
..Xxx , "W K , f ,
' W . M - . ' .
K,-fmix .- 5
.Q Q - N
S s RX
E wa X .
, 5 . .2
isxgl sf wg Y X
:ag 5553 s, g
gk X Q 2,
.......,,. ak .- - w w .
X, fn K, .. .,.. - H M A -
-Kwan. . .. 11 . .
.. ns- 5 -
,. X. 53 3 M.
--kk 'X Q 1
Sk xiixxxiwa.. -1... K4 W5
SS", Y, . - wb .
.., wma: EL .1 . Q gi' .A
. Y A
.. .. A Q - A 'sk
5. .. H
mww ..,.L. .
ny Q. H all uf-
Our answer to truth, justice and the American way
4 'S Q a 5 'Q '
Mvwwflw. f f v 4
" 57 MA ' ' X I'
W - 'V E ' A
F Q if 'X
? ?' 27
6 r ,. I u , vv
"' A 5 'ff V I
H I , ww
. MARN-WW wr' sb ww5,
A ' Pg 1 ww 7 '- -Q.,
- . W ww. - ..y,,5,it N, I
k K ,mga J .. X ., .. QS -. ,
X A Y A
L ,R W-.
- 7-kV X -i In X, ,
Oh no, not another pep rally!
1 J KQV 1
5 ' M A
'fufff vw ff! f :zffiij
, My V, H
1 ,, ,
,ff : X
, , .fi mf
OFFICERS: M. Ferzoco, D. Reynolds, Wce-Pres.g M. Coffey, Drum Ma-
jorg K. Short, Pres.g K. Hillier, Sec.
.H . ,AJ
The Millis JV Football team, coached by David
Sperandio won the Tri-Valley Conference Championship
for Une second consecutive season with a record of 9-O-1.
Co-captains for this year's team were Ken Brightman
and Bill Congdon. The offense, led by quarterback John
Delaporta amassed 203 points, while the defense was in-
preg nable all season, not allowing a single touchdown in
A .V va c. ,
., . .... . .. , v 4. ,. - .,
g. L , -
' 'W J '25 V . f
, Y V
f H "' - v?' sq.. 4. ,. .' 'W'
gy, in I I gr: , ff my
-' is H
I -. f 4 I ,, " 1 411 -,fl ,gf ,V
' MW I 3' .-Q'
. 7' V
,. , 1 f f m '
, K " 'j' --6 '
Dover-Sh erborn 0
Medway O T
1 . ca: "W
Front, Left to Right: C. Russog M. Gould, L. Frankina. 2nd row L-R3 P. Latosekg K. Tiberig
L. Robinson, J, Gillis, A. Collins, K. Paur. Top: T. Coste.
Millis 20 Tri-County O
Millis 24 Ashland O
Millis 16 Medfleld O
Millis 6 Westwood O
Millis 14 Dover O
Millis 12 Hopkinton 6
Millis 8 Bellingham 6
Millis 6 Holliston 14
M'll'S 24 Medway 6 Top L-R: P. Turgeon, M. Goes, c. O'Rourke, M. Shea, B. Andrews, J. D'Eramo, w
8 wins - 1 loss Devens, P. Magnuson, T. Cannon, M. Delaporta, Coach Hoffman, Bottom L-R: D. Meuse
R. Baldwin, P. Howard, J. DeAngles, J. St.Cyr, R. Evers, G. Andonian, K. Saccoman, P
Hunt, G. Angel.
.eel ."-- 1 -- lllh 1 '-",
I M.. ..k . 'K in LB' .0 ...K .. ...iw --ego X K
..,r.r. 1 X 1
X ., Q .
QW ' I 1 ' X
. . 1
. fx 'E .L 11
Ng w g .
A: li N Q
1.,. . 2
.ii 1 ,ff Y 519,17 Mgr'-Wk A
' 1, Q Q1 V . ,
1' .. ..a.,'f 4. ,Xe li- H fav. . I'
i as A S
fy 1 Q , V 1 L, W
tg 4 99 Y if WW if
f ,f R f K
. V ,,,, iq, E V
-M ' K r
i X L 41 ...QW Z.
do ' "' ffiif l..l .'3'g.fi.1w-.gm
Millis 39 HI-Ill
Millis 34 Marian
Millis 33 Ashland
Millis 40 Meclfield
Millis 10 Westwood
Nlillis 21 Dover-Sherborn
Millis 33 Bellingham
Millis 49 Hopkinton
Millis 33 Holliston
Minis li Medway
lst Row: captains M. Knmamn, E. Elofson, D. Mcande and B. Yered. 2nd Row: J. Buchanan, R. 9 wins 1 l0SS
Delaporta, J. Dennett, P. Robinson, R. Bennett, G. Smith, T. Lyons, T. Mulvihille, J. Engwer, T. TRl.CHAMPS TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE
5 . .
KL - .... . H K 7 v
N- , .. '
.- .1 .
R. Delaporta, P. Robinsn, J. Buchanan: G. Smith, Co-captains E. Elofson, D. McBride, B. Yered and M. Kilmartin: J. Engwer, T. Roche
Lyons, T. Mulvihille. 2nd Row: S. Collins. J. Dennett, R. Barnes, B. Carter, K. Brightman, R. Bennett, B. Barbera, B. MacKinnon, K. Jordan
we K -Q Richards. E. Fairfield. 3rd Row: J. Bennett, J. Riley, R. Voecks: J. Delaporta, P. Shuker, B. Congdon, J. Monaghan, J. Caddell, R. Vellante
aa. fa If . B
T Barbera. J. Travers. 4th Row: S. Lemmons, trainer: Coach Sperandie. C. Latosek, B. Biagoth, J. Kerwin, T. Puccini, B. Dennett, P. Barrett T
. icai .V .f
Smith, G. Pfister, Coach Canoll, Coach Richards. Not Pictured: K. Karcher, G. Andonian, W. Lagos, J. St Cyr. T. Cannon-
. Qs' get
,E . , ,W
jswifwww ., Q1 .
. A . Qu m,y:,H, I ,V
With a well-deserved victory over the
Medway Mustangs, the Millis High School
football team ended a successful season
that will long be remembered. With Rick
Delaporta and Don McBride both rushing
over the 1000 yard mark, the team
finished with a 9-1 record and became tri-
champs of the Tri-Valley League. Without
the help of Buck the i'Bicep", Buba,
Sumpy, Rochey, Tugboat, Buford, Doobie,
Pengua, Cado, Casper, Dela, Macka,
Bobo, Benny, Lyons, Kilmer, and Robert
this season would not
have been possible.
Hey, the game isn't over yet!
Good luck to next year's
team, and let's make the
Co-Captain Eric Elofson
The brains behind the operation.
X , J
ye, A S
Lisa Palange - Homecoming Queen
K A A N Aid Q- 5-5
N H i ":
, S, if
L to R, top to bottom: Nancy Ackerman, Mary Otis, Lisa Palange, Donna Zonfrelli, Maria D'Eramo,
Jean Russo, Holly Doiiner, Dawn Hines, Penny Hansen, Suzanne Smith.
7 , 'P
K M' R '
'luzify iff' 'Y
- .. 4 N- EJ
' KX 11' I " sy f 1,
- X A 1
, N, jg , b. ww
un 3 "Q
. .qi - , 'NW
N xi lg . Q fwfwf i ",,,.,, .ie R.. , L, - 'ln
, f ,TE ir. 1 . w ,Q
n 9 tw, W
g A WN ' .4 K xr?
.4-PL' 'Q-x 'L . L 'A :rx .
f , 11 M ,C
5 . Q ,Rf
., 1 f ., k av-
t . A ' Y L eq 4
X Q k QYSNKL 1 Y ,1 K
. 5' " L
Q' v , Lam A L , ' L- A L
x L L L
L If . f . L. ,Lf in .. L NX ,L .
.f F AL., . wglur A Q MW Q L A.. df :N Q
Q A L m Tim X ,,LL L AL., X L ,N LLLLLL NL L... LL M m
L j affix WNW ,A 'Tigmwk 3 wiv S Q X, MW LL 'W
sig P xi "',LLL -if V QM K ,Q M k L Nm A k NN,
MMA i L L L x H L L X ' N' -. QNX LL
'L ,F ' "i xv x A . L 2 '55 ,gy
L Lf A A, 4.-QQ - mm, -K X A'
Q an ' 35- ' " X L L. . .1 L L f' QTVR
N . vw xA A + Q L, L 2
S X ' . 4 yn L -xv? 'Q --w-afar Lg X N QQ Q f LM. ':" A - W. W ::-:' ,LN U A J
" " N 4 si x' if ' x K A '-- ff' 'N
w. x. LLLL M Ls ,, V Ag
A A midi M dw 3
N L' L L
L4 .4 X Q it X
1 ' X, 'T
F is fn uf
'Q Q ' K af in
First row: S. O'RieIly, R. Pettis, B. Wye, M. Kilmartin, T. Lubenec, D. Ciasullo, R. Rooney. Second row: D. Rich, W. Devens, T.
Merritt, K. Healy, W. Lagos, J. Albani, P. Merritt, K. Brightman, B. Wye, M. Savage, M. LaCroix, J. Engwer, Coach O'Rielly.
Our team this year was very experienced, though we did not
get very high in die standings. The team was a team in spirit
and that's what counts. All the guys on the team enjoyed and
appreciated what Coach O'Reilly has done for us over the
years. We did not have much ice time this year. Maybe that's
why we didn't rank so high. We had a lot of injuries on the
team - more than we've had in a long time - but we still sur-
vived. I would like to wish next year's co-captains, Marc Savage
and Doug Rich, the best of luck for the oncoming season.
Ice Hockey Team Scores
i l k .au
First Row, L-R: Co-Captains R. Bennett, J. Ingraham, E. Elofson. Second Row, L-R: D. Maraggio, .J
Monaghan, R. Vellante, M. Collins, R. Andrews, K. Jordan, T. Gilbert, Coach Carroll.
W' 1 i
Millis Newton South
Millis Newton South
1979 started out as a sensational
year for the Varsity Basketball Team.
The team amazed the Tri-Valley League
with its 5-O record. As the season
progressed, the boys were busy prepar-
ing for the big game at BC. with
Holliston on Martin Luther King Day.
Although we didn't win, it was a great
game. The team finished with an
overall record of IO wins + lO losses,
winning their last two games against
Hopkinton and Medway.
We look forward to a great season of
basketball next year with the return of
many familiar faces.
XNM INV!! lH'740f
Top Row L-R: Coach: Mrs. Russ, T. Richards, P. Kilmartin, G. Dognazzi, L. Fairfield, N. Weng
Travers, V. Bergen, P. Delaporta. Front Row L-R: K. McCandless, J. Lagos, P. Boudrout.
There is much enthusiasm in the girls
basketball program now. This year's squad
gained increasing respect in the league. Led
by Senior Tri-captains Mickey Lipsett, Cheryl
Cioguen, and Kelly Bayliss, the girls' team were
undefeated in non-league games and per'
formed creditably against league opponents. A
significant improvement! Mickey Lipsett
gained all-league recognition and more Lady
Mohawks will do so in the future - "Watch out
Tri-captains L-R: K. Bayliss, M. Lipsett, G. Goguen.
Top Row L-R: Coach: Mr. Dooling, M. Yagi, L. Booth, K. Boudrot, L. Mariano, S. Ryan, L. Ball. Front
Row L-R: M. Lipsett, C. Goguen, K. Bayliss.
fi ': Q?Qi?5.5z!e2.-52? 23512114-
A, .Q 35 O 5
m ax.. -wav: SX X 9
'Ik sibffxfohsffe:-.i-ew . .. .. .
53XSi?f?igi.if'ffk i '
N kgs f:X.:mfwqsg3 A Li
xv X 'E ,.jfP.2At
.,.. F .
X. .... N .,, . .....
X QQ gs
Sm X X
Mm X gg 9
5 M x 2
1? M like Kes
s R YXRKQ if 1
X 5 X5 in
'S sg X
4 K 532
QQ? E331 x
1 xg QMS
Q X Sig 25
E i 4
XX X ,
X Q g
The Sun Room
A quiet afternoon at the pond.
kwg Q h - Cimzvaxsssws
0 mpmm Fooo srone
ti' A it
if z ,- rj
' 1- 1 'i w
Fffg.-Q. k'-k m r q' l'hYk 5 0-'I' Ni
T , t tgifttf
1 if K I: F
K 1 "
.......t.t.., 'llllll i
L-R: Thierry Lubenec, Wce President - AFS Millis, Mark Sullivan, Kjell Lindroos -
dent AFS Millis, Lia Sgourakes - Secretary AFS Millis, Mariko Yagi - Japan - Millis
AFS Student, Laura Collins - Treasurer - AFS Millis fnot picturedb.
. -jgfvq Y, X ,
S. fin 2
3.5, I 012011
This year has been a very active one for the newly formed AFS Club.
The chapter was very fortunate to sponsor exchange student Mariko Yagi
from Japan. A short term exchange with Roslyn, New York was fun for
everyone. The AFS carnation sale was a huge success. Over the summer
the AFS Club hosted 35 students from 25 different countries in a bus stop
with Medway AFS. The AFS sold soda at the Fun on the Fourth celebra-
tion in the town park. These activities have helped to involve everyone and
lead to a better year in 1979-1980.
Finland, Lisa Outterside - Australia, Kaoru Chikushi - Japan, Kathi Menne - Presi- I
CUR .Y. TRIP
The gang's all here!
"lt was a long train trip
X x .
Fi" ' .
All Star Game
N X., .,
x Qi X
Front Row: J. Buchanan, B. Angel, Capt.g G. Smith, Capt., T. Gilbert, Capt. Back Row: Coach Richards, J. Kerwin, D.
Reese, C. Barbera, T. Cannon, R. Vellante, B. MacKinnon, J. Monaghan, W. Lagos.
Our most dedicated fan.
1 1 Medfield
1 1 Hopkinton
1 1 Holliston
12 wins - 5 losses
Tournament, Millis 3 Sandwich 8
After several down years, Coach Ernie
Richards has taken only two years to put Millis
baseball back at the top of the Tri-Valley League.
This season's Mohawk nine had a twelve and
five record, which earned it a berth in the State
Tourney. Despite the tourney loss to Sandwich,
Millis baseball will be on top for quite a while.
The departed seniors led by MVP George Smith,
will be missed, but this year Coach Richards
started five sophomores! There'll be more
TOURNEY BCUND 9
xwsmx Q- X .
"Way to go, Bobby.
' ' A
- J W.,
V. ,MJ ,Aa ,,
,Sf 'F A .. ,
Top Row: T. Carter, J. Lagos, D. Tiberi, A. Richards, J. Sjogren, P. Turgeon, G. Angel, P. Zonfrelli, S. Smith,M. Kruvitz,J.
Ryan, T. Graham. Bottom Row: T. Smith, J. Dognazzi, W. Thumith, Coach R. Baker, P. Shuker, D. Souza, K. Schultz, T.
7 , , , . .,,, , ,. A
C C Y C 'C
il fi ' ' ,
r WW ff Ji'
,, ,..M,.,W ,
'aww' "wif , bm , ,f .V Q'
"mast-' .Qu ,A f
. V ' ,Z i, ' '
. W..1,,fa,z ,W I , ,V ,La
1 ik M , :
'fvfffwffzmff "'A" N wg'
P f VM H f,
C C 4, JJTT fi T 'fh P
I ,MQW F IA. . 4
V rf- v. . ? , f
Top Row: I. Lubenec, S. DeDoming,V. Bergen, D. Radcliffe, E. Pedalino, L. L. Lambirth,D.Shuker, S. DeDom- QQ' 'I I 'L Q f I, ,
ing, Coach W. Moody. Bottom Row: C. Freese, K. McCandless, L. Booth, J. Travers, P. Green, C. Hagearty. ' ' '- ' ' V A - 1 ' ' '
Smiles strikes again
Out going captain
Terribly talented team
Back up coach Pettis
Louie, Mert, Thebs, SueSue, Smiles, Pammy,
Perry, Lagos, G.G.
Gayle, Walsy, and Kathy Egy
Looking forward to next year
A V , ,f?f,,,, .. i V
'fly , f u 7
EQ 7' I ff Z ,,
' " - .
- s vfgyv 3. ' 1' v. 1
hge: 5' N m . 4 we ,
,. ,,., , i , ,
"-wwwwy.-,',1,Ya ,W ,
1 if . , 1
'-'., f W
lst Row: G. Ganley D Pettls D Thlbault Co Capt K Walsh Co Capt S Mltchell 2nd Row K Egy Coach P
Boudrot, l.. Ball, G DOQDZZZI L Mariano S Ryan J Lagos T Rlchards
f kiss 53
HE V A
Over the past nine years Brian
Tuohey has devoted much of his
time and effort to the production
of the senior yearbook. We
regret to say this year will be his
last as yearbook advisor.
In all sincerity we extend our
deepest and warmest thanks to
Mr. Tuohey for all of his hard
work, humor and love.
The Class of '79
'rl CY RLY Guy
C :N HL-LY .
vp E Mboor,
Kr, . wk
, E' - ,gm
1 'QW W
'52 ,gm-, mm.,
1 V ,Wf
', . 5
Back row, L to R: K. Hourigan, P. Greene, C. DeLorme, S. Ball, D. Draper, P. Lipsett, L. Blanchard, P. Delaporta, C. Erickson, Coach Cangi.
Front Row L to R: L. Coyle, J. Travers, L. Murphy, L. Delorme, Capt. M. Lipsett, P. Draper, C. Goguen, K. Boudrot.
1979 Tennis Stats
Team Record - 164
Second Place in Tri-Valley League
Third Consecutive year in qualification in state team tournament
Charles River Tournament
Mickey Lipsett Finalist in Girl's singles.
Paula Draper and Lisa DeLorme finalists in Girls doubles.
Team MVP - Erika Keller C14-IJ
"Steady Star" Award - Paula Draper Q17-35 '
Tri-Valley League All-Star-Mickey Lipsett 13 time all-star?
' Patricia Lipsett C2 time all-starj
Milford Daily News All-Star - Mickey Lipsett 42 timesl
Best Singles Record - Erika Keller U4-U I
Best Doubles Record - Paula Draper and Lisa DeLorme U6-21
Laura Blanchard and Craig Desmarais finalists in Mixed doubles.
V- " ' ,
1-5-"iw4'is-Q-Q.N,f 1 z ...... ,
There is a rich heritage developing in
Millis girl's tennis. Once again we were
up there with the perennial powers,
Dover-Sherborn and Westwood. There
is no reason to believe that such
success will be temwinated. Despite the
loss of a senior class that contributed
much to the team's success, Millis will
be back amongst the leaders next year.
Coach Cangi will see to it that the
younger players will perform up to the
lofty standards of their predecessors.
Good Luck in the future!
'X X if'
we Tl alilyiilisi
5 Franklin O
4 Medfield 1
4 Marian 0
5 Bellingham O
O Milford 5
5 Medway O
l Holliston 4
5 Ashland 0
1 Westwood 4
5 Hopkinton 0
2 Dover-Sherborn 3
4 Medfield 1
5 Marian O
5 Bellingham 0
3 Medway 2
. 1 Holliston 4
4 Ashland 1
O Westwood 5
5 Hopkinton 0
,i l Dover-Sherborn 4
3' jf' 13 w - 7 L
"Coach" - AMilIis institution!
Bottom Row L to R.: D. Tolar, E. Elofson - Co-Capt., J. lngraham Co-Capt., M. Ferzoco. Top Row L to R.: J. Travers, R. Barnes,
J. lngraham, D. Booth, B. Carter, C. Desmarais, M. DerHagopian, J. lngraham, Coach Karogolanian.
t . iam
The left hand is for balance.
M e'aa, W"""""
if tt '
uf, wk' J 1, ,kwwig " 'J V H ' 'V
g 4 .
4 A f
HfMa12f+'523f5W Q 139223
Who tied my sneakers together?
Bruce can walk on water, too.
Beautiful form - for an all-scholastic Tackle.
lt's hard to serve without a ball.
I ' '
v J ' e Q
The future of Millis tennis is secure.
THE I TELLIGENTSIP
The National Honor Society: Back Row: L-R: K. Menne, K. Short, D. Zonfrelli, R. Congdon, G. Smith, R. Bennett, J. lngraham, D. Clark, L.
Sgourakes, A. Wolpert, R. Garcia, K. Walsh, P. Brunelle. 2nd Row: M. Coste, T. Lubenec, J, Broberg, B. Reger, E. Elofson, L. Palange, S
Stevens, E. Keaney, L. Collings, S. O'Reilly. 3rd Row: M. Callelo, Advisor, R. Andrews, L. Doliner, J. Brarnan, T. Coste, C. Cronin, K
Fracassa, L. Frankina, L. Geraghty. 4th Row: K. Hillier, D. Hines, Ci. Howland, J. Mariano, D. Proctor, L. Reger, J. Russo, J. Sycamore
Front Row: D. Rich, D. Tackett, D. Thibeau, S. Volpicelli, R. Whelihan, C. Wolpert, B. Wyl, M. Yagi.
V. E .,.k,3.,,. Exwggsiss ..... ,.. ..... ...,,, W M ks
-M H Q A
. . .V . 1
. ., '
- - K. J 5-?.ei.b5 l.X?5T?:1S 5f3'ffsS'f:-il23-- ' ' 'fs.'
. . . .
. f J ' 'H . z s '.:-'www +3232- f i f- JY Q
- .-rf .. 5- z..,pfq.i Ame- , ,. .Q-g,- .x, . . .,S-,
,Q ,V gc.. 3 . n
- " P
: . sears- --Wi.. .- -1 .. .. . . if .. .. .. A
fx. . ' Y' ,gi . fa-ff-sc
' 3, ii 5
i t "
. -- . . i A N W. '
5 - ,. - -sf'
: gl 1 ,
2 55351 K S fi f- .. -.F-Na. -:Mf5M, 1
S - xv
- if ' it ' L
- sw.:- .:i.s. - ,,.,-e...gsg,. ..:,N... ,, . .- ..-.cg . - 1 -
-- .-:.q.i-, afifsfsezfk , Q V A 2- i M .
fs -A 5
Jfiigiiv. i1 if.e. e..'E'f5 2.i- N ,., S - II. ESI" far ". -I.: :V ff :L E5
.3 ... -J
1 F MILLIS HIGH
Back: L. Collins, B. Reger, R. Delaporta, D. Clark, G. Howland, K. Menne, M. Yagi, M. Cangi.
:rontz J. Travers, J. lngraham, G. Pemberton, S, O'Reilly, L. Sgourakes.
.aww f Mmwzzmwewmwmzmewf' ws: . an www mf K
F xx N
- s QQW:
K . j i m
L. X fy -
i X, 'Q' J.5rgf3Qw,vf. f
JM Via 'K 4 'f N QL I , M .f I
hY , QQ.-. M' i X
,Q V' -- 25 A V 3 L fa
K , my
"Even angels gotta eat" "Earth to Kim Earth to Kim"
"l'm so Confused"
"Look! We're on candid camera"
"Finger Lickin' good??"
Q "" 47 r af,
"Was this the choice today?"
. ,,i,. ,. ,
ll is x
, f Q G V
,g X ' V , ' .
i f , i f , '
il 7- ' ' ir 1 r
"Sour stomach Buford??"
"CHR CAF "
"How about 2 out of 3" 'Tm SiCk Of Pill-21"
I m so embarrassed
"Corinne, where are vou?"
l'm dreaming of a Papa Gino's Pizza"
1 L 1' :fq-l'
JA' Y' 7-XX
, -' '
.' 3-33 X F,-by' 5
-I v NS
'lx " ,
X 1 N X
TQ., YH . ,
S ' ' L
Q -in 4 hm, r-.41.,A,- uv
44 M m
if ' Q
W 'ZW 1'
s ni' . Fm
if X x K
Q, Q I 'L
tc 'L 'iv r N
K if 53 I ' ff? ff '
f- .ti '54
' U 5
-if 'W 1
P! " fb
gh., - MS.
lst Row: S. Lemons, K. Donahue, L. Keith, J. Keller, R. Trenouth, D. Tackett, D. Lambert. 2nd Row: M.
D'Eramo, S. Elofson, T. Heath, J. Heath, M. Coffey, M. Coste, J. Manning, K. Menne, L. Reger, C. Cronin, Direc-
tor - Mr. Miller.
, 4 .
if K J "
,A N. , L
C NLQN , -fgjgkg' ,T
99 U TK
..e, x K .X ,q y
X . ' 'f T
. ff. - -- eg! ,
- ' e .N-. -1
X xxx A
. if ' O4 ,
... f 1 f ..,,
' 1 f fl I
0 X if A
- . ' 2 'is X- X. 5
' of F' 'Q . XX :fe D I
X K? ' 'fa-1
if S- ' 1 f 3
f W I 4 I
jf ff fn f v I!
fig' f 5 , f 4
1 1 4 , L up I ,
7 . :gk
, if xv
vw ,z 1
, ff A
': fix f 5
f' ' 59 4 V W'
JU IOR'S HOLLYWOOD
Junior Class Advisor
SENIOR SPRI G PROM GF 1979
L to R: M. Lipsett - 1978 Queen, J. Sycamore - Junior Court, L. Reger - Junior Court, G. Smith -
1978 King, H. Dolliner and R. MacKinnon - 1979 Queen and King, R. Garcia - Senior Court, D. Zonfrelli
- Senior Court, D. Rich - Junior Court, L. DeLorme - Senior Court, S. O'Reilly - Senior Court, and J.
Russo - Junior Court.
' if " A
. , .-.: .
'A3'i..x',I,L A .- I Q JN
.ff ?:'f ' ' - , - f.. f I 2 .
5 I .. ,Q 2 J .1
. .1 I ,.
I , . , C.
-A gf Q N., A--A --f '
. . ...j,4Qxfm,wm. I
2 ---- .. I .fff-M-fr+wf ' sg
f 1 I... ,
K, I ...
V " ,, Jr . I , "fn"
I, ,W ,J N fv flpjj' ,211-:w,,- f.,r,f,: -,
., ,,v..M,,,,,,,,fA 9-:nun-fm-,. "H",
-Q ,K Ah . -fififibbxf-at
-'DE' 'E Afiiw Af--Qfi2+"'7""'T.
, ,S N- 5 d A
. .Q -.
. ,A Q,.,,M..Q
' V Qu.-Ln
. hw- . .
w M Q .
six M , -vm 4-E..
V-fi. 'wif'-...L ""'r::W
W, ,. g M'g N kfw -..wg
Q4 f i 5 Hr'-f:"f GNN fg QJ .. .M ..':?I'l'
', Qu N ,T sg" ' '
M ,i',3.eif:,av-...xy-Q A ngv..-Nw ggi
'A' ,,,,. "5"""
fifi ill ,,
f ' ,
Y 3,3 , ,.
X W Pkg X
xixst' , l
k fix. r NW
mx Q X
X + 'f
x N' X
X .N . , M
-Y .. R. - L 2, '
S Q S. 5
X is X fx QQ
Q fs Y
is RX X
ww w : N
in -.Lim :vp-Q
W' WV , 4
X v s
. ff FV, 'W
L as 'Q X? 2 M f
E ,, , 4
, 2 pm.
f if tie
, . .
Reverend Clergy, Members of the
School Committee, Mr. Vellante, Mr.
Brunelle, Mr. Arcudi, Parents, Relatives,
and Friends. On behalf of the class of
1979, l would like to welcome you here
this evening and thank you for all the
support and guidance you have
bestowed upon us as we have struggled
through the perils and pitfalls of our
This evening, we will end a chapter of
our lives and begin a new one. The
ignorance and apathy which we smugly
cherished as children will yield to the
burdens and responsibilities of
adulthood. As my classmates and l make this transition, we
shall seek to attain the lifetime goals and achievements that
each of us has chosen. We realize that we must have long-
range goals to balance the frustrations of occasional failures.
We must not succumb to the whims of hope, but we must ac-
cept the forces of reality, unrealistic expectations can lead only
to eventual disappointment.
ln striving for success, which is the term coined by society
for those who achieve their aspirations, an individual must be
aware of his potential and capitalize on it. The search for one's
individuality is the means by which one's self-esteem is kept at
a constant median, it is the force that restrains one from un-
derestimating or overestamiting his potential. lt is essential for
us, as individuals, to be fully aware of our abilities as well as
our limitations. The peer-pressured conformity of our high
school years must be replaced by a true view and un-
derstanding of ourselves, we must find our places in society.
As individuals, we must remember to give consideration to
fellow human beings and their quest for success. Refusing to
accept changes within ourselves or refusing to keep an open
mind toward the views of others only limits our personal
growth. For a full appreciation of life, we must discover our
potential, develop it, and transform it into meaningful accom-
plishments. ln this way the existence of man becomes signifi-
cant and meaningful to himself, society, and hopefully to
Reverend Clergy, Members of the
School Committee, Mr. Vellante, Mr.
Brunelle, Mr. Arcudi, Faculty, Parents,
Relatives, Friends, and Members of the
Class of 1979, l extend a warm
welcome to all who have gathered here
tonight. ln addition l wish to thank
everyone, especially parents and the
educational community, who has made
this graduation possible.
As our high school days draw to an
end, let us neither dwell on the past nor
beco'me obsessed with the future. This
speculation results in lost time, time
which can never be recaptured.
Kathleen Ann Menne
The years of our education have passed quickly, filled with
many pleasurable memories and experiences. This has been a
period of growing and nurturing which has given us a greater
knowledge of ourselves, our community, and our respon-
sibility to others. We have received the basics of our education,
and now it is up to each and every one of us to continue this
learning process. ,
At this point the future appears distant and dreamlikel
Some of us are filled with apprehension as to what the morrow
will bring. A few will struggle to build a place for themselves,
others will find security through a careful planning of their
destiny. Henceforth lies every imaginable hope and dream.
The future holds the opportunity to realize one's full potential,
Relatives, Friends, and especially my classmates.
for nothing is yet impossible.
This evening let us resolve to delight in the present, and by
doing this, create a past of accomplishment, and build a future
filled with optimism. The significance of the present is perhaps
best expressed in the ancient words of the Sanskrit.
Look tothis day,
For it is life,
The very life of life.
ln its brief course lies all
The realities and verities of existence,
The bliss of growth,
The splender of action
The glory of power---
For yesterday is but a dream
And tomorrow is only a vision.
But today, well lived,
Makes every yesterday a dream
And every tomorrow a vision of hope
Look well, dierefore, to this day
Reverend Clergy, Members of the School Committee, Mr. Vellante, Mr. Brunelle, Mr. Arcudi, Faculty, Parents,
ln seventh grade l learned about the AFS student exchange program and dreamed about going to the United
States. This year my dream has come true. My time in Millis is almost over for three weeks from today l will be
returning to my country, Japan. My experience has exceeded anything that l could ever have imagined.
To all the people in Millis, thank you for your kindness, your friendship, and your hospitality. To Mr. Brunelle,
my teachers, faculty, and classmates, thank you for making me feel welcome and a part of your school. Es-
pecially to my family, l want to thank Kathi, Susan, Dad, and my dear Mom. l am honored to be the first AFS stu-
dent in your community. l hope that other foreign students will have the opportunity to enjoy Millis as l have.
This year has taught me a great many things about the life and customs of the Llnited States. lt has also
helped me to realize my personal goal for becoming more proficient in the English language.
On my return to Nagoya, l will complete my high school education and take entrance examinations for college. l plan to at-
tend Tokyo Foreign Language College where l will study foreign languages. My desire is to graduate with a degree in language
. . rqqgg .-
.W --:. .Q K
and pursue a career as an interpreter in international business.
l will always remember my year in Millis, my family, school, and friends. Finally l wish to say, "mata au hi made" which does
not mean "good-bye", but rather "until l see you again."
Dr. George C. Roy Student Council Scholarship
George C. Roy Memorial Scholarship
Morris C. Mushnick Scholarship
Dexter M. Gould Scholarship
Eddie Sims Memorial Scholarship
Argento's Nine to Nine Markets
GAF Corporation Scholarship
Niles Rosenfeld Scholarship
Randy Dixon Scholarship
Rosaline Winiker Buckler Scholarship
Joseph and lda Warsofsky Memorial Scholarship
Margaret K. and James Tabarani Jr. Scholarship
Knights of Columbus Scholarships
Millis Firefighter's Association Scholarship
Patrolman Thomas H. Collins
Amvets Post 495 Scholarship
Amvet Auxiliary Scholarships
Millis Lion's Club Scholarship
Millis Teacher's Association Scholarship
Shawn Joseph O'Reilly
Richard William Delaporta
Amalia Sia Sgourakes
David Andrew Clark
Dwight David Lambirth
Donna Ann Zonfrelli
Brad Alan Reger
Brad Alan Reger
Judith Ann Travers'
Laura Jean Collins
Elizabeth Ann DeLorme
Kathleen Ann Menne
Donna Ann Zonfrelli
Amalia Sta Sgorakes
Kathleen Ann Menne
Laura Jean Collins
Richard William Delaporta
Laurene Marie Coyle
Donna Ann Zonfrelli
Laura Jean Collins
Laura Jean Collins
Shavim Joseph O'ReilIy
Richard William Delaporta
Sandra Jean Morse
Ric hard William Delaporta
V giw ' -7
S ,' fw,,f'3 -" H?
,. 7 V 42 ' 'f WWW Q A
-4-ff ' ..
, , ,3 A A A
in ' .M ., ,
gn x8 'Sem xx
? .A.i. ' L. Joyce
R NATIONAL MERIT
K. Menne, D. Clark, M. Otis
J, Keller, L. Regerg not pictu - . .
D. McBride, Mr. Richards, R. Delaporta
MOST VALUABI-E ALL STATE CHORUS
G. Sluicer K. Short E. DeLorme, L. Reger
We the class of '79 of Millis High School are pleased as well
as relieved to say that we have completed our thirteen year
education and are ready to graduate. Before we move on to
bigger and better things though, we'd like to take a moment
and better acquaint you with our class and its memories.
We began our earliest venture in education upon entering
kindergarten in the Fall of 1966. Some members of the class
didn't take kindly to the idea of leaving home. Ellen Campbell
got as far as the first step of the bus when she decided to bolt
for home and lock herself in the bathroom.
Alan Wolpert made it to school but wouldn't stop crying.
David Reynolds and Jason lngraham discovered how to make
time fly at the bus stop by swinging their lunch boxes in cir-
cles. Jason hit David in the eye and sent him flying home.
David was lucky to be given a ride by the local garbage man.
When we entered the first grade, we found out that life
hadn't changed that much, Alan Wolpert still cried everyday
and he was soon joined by Billy Carlson.
Ronny Pettis started and ended the first romance in our
class. He discovered that punching Donna Zonfrelli in the
stomach was no way to gain her love.
Lunch time was always fun. lf you didn't like what mom had
made for lunch you could always trade it with someone else.
Joyce McCurley forgot her lunch one day but rather than
starve she decided to eat a container of paste.
Second grade revealed our competitive side. Every week
the class with the best handwriting was awarded a gold star.
Michael Whelihan had perfect handwriting so room eight
lt was during this year that many of us received our first ex-
periences with vaccinations. lt took two nurses as well as Mr.
Lanthier to drag a screaming Corrine Flanagan into the
nurse's office for a shot.
Third grade found us in a new school. Eric Elofson, along
with many boys in the class, didn't realize that the water trough
devices in the bathroom were sinks.
Honesty became an important characteristic of our class.
One day on the way to lunch Tom Roche hit the pay phone
causing ten dollars worth of coins to fall out. He picked up all
the money and sent it back to the phone company.
Lisa Palange and Kelly Bayliss became enemies rather fast
when Kelly sat on the tack that Lisa had put on her chair.
Kathy Walsh and Judy Travers discovered that giving their
teacher a cupcake filled with horseradish would get them one
to two months after school. Their behavior was good though,
and they only served the first month.
Fourth grade found our class with two new faces. Cheryl
Goguen and Joe Hislop. Mike Bradley came to school with his
hair so short that all you could see was his ears, and that
name, "ears" has stayed with him to this day.
Donna Zonfrelli was the cause of a fight between Darlene
DiDonato and Micky Lifsett. Donna broke her leg and Micky
and Darlene fought over who would be her slave.
Billy Angel learned to look before sitting. One day at lunch
someone dumped a dish of peas on his seat. Billy was so mad
that he turned three shades of green.
Donna Thibault amazed the whole class. One day she
walked into school with her hair down to her knees. No one
could figure out how her hair grew so fast until she got up to
leave and left the wig caught in the chair.
lt was during the fourth grade that we had our first chance
to join band. Stephen Ball kept on playing his saxophone
despite the fact that his neck strap hurt so much it made him
One day while taking a test, Rebecca Woodard got so ner-
vous that she didn't have time to make it to the girls room.
Fifth grade found us in a new school under the watchful eye
of Mr. Collins. lt was at this time that class romances were
really blooming. Debbie Hilberg became the apple of Ricky
Delaporta's eye as well as the envy of all the girls.
Sixth grade found us very sure of ourselves as we reigned
over the rest of the school. Mr. Dushku spent the first week of
science class recruiting members for his army. Eric Elofson
became second in command with Phil Rouse and John
Fitzgerald acting as sergeants. Needless to say the army soon
The boys in the class formed an exclusive club. Every
recess they met in the field under a tree which soon became
known as the happy tree. Members of the club included Paul
Robinson, George Smith, David Reynolds, Ricky Bennett and
Bobby Congdon was sent home by Mr. Collins one day
because he had worn a T-shirt to school, and that wasn't
proper dress. Cynthia Devens was sent home as well because
she had worn a tank top.
'lhe school was in awe when June Fetting, who at the time
was going out with Phil Rouse was caught kissing Bob Yered,
apparently she had lost a bet.
The battle of the sexes still raged on. During recess Ellen
Campbell and Judy Travers used to steal basketballs from peo-
ple as they were shootin hoops. Donald Tackett decided that
throwing Ellen and Judy against the fence might put and end
As our sixth grade year came to an end, we found ourselves
preparing for our class play. Kim Boudrot received her shot at
stardom when she gained the role of the queen. Timmy Lyons
and Danny McBride wanted to become part of the cast but
found out that swinging from the curtains wasn't the answer.
Those days of peaceful bliss ended as we entered the
seventh grade. Llp until this point we thought we were the
most important people in the world, but the 8th, 9th 10th, 1 ith
and 12th graders let us know our impressions were wrong.
Groups became very popular, and many had their own
identities. One such group included Mary Jeanne Coste, Liza
Delorme, Maureen Coffee, Corlyne Mick and Terri Alger.
Whenever anyone passed them in the hall, the girls would
begin to baaa a like sheep.
lnta Ezerins found out that she could crawl across the back
of the room and talk to Mary Otis without being seen by Mr.
Dodge. lt worked great till one day while crawling across she
became the object of everyones attention, including Mr.
Mary Otis and Kathy Walsh discovered that phone calls to a
certain J. D. in Walpole didn't go over too well. Susan Tabarini
was declared the Queen of the hill.
Eighth grade brought on a few changes. At least we weren't
lowman on the totem pole.
Chemistry classes with Miss Gourley were always in-
teresting. David Clark was the only person to memorize the
When Mark Ferzoco was caught squirting someone with a
syringe, Miss Gourley grabbed a full syringe and started
squirting Mark in the face in front of the whole class. Ricky
Bennett couldn't take the teasing of fellow classmates and left
the room in tears.
Mr. Fair's history classes were a real learning experience.
Mark Gove's only answer to any question was "A slave is M of
a man." lt was at this time that David Tolar received his
Laura Collins joined our class in 8th grade and immediately
became the apple of George Smith's eye.
Field trips became the highlight of our freshman year. John
Eitzgerald had such a good time on our Earth Science field
:rip that the rest of the trips were cancelled. Nancy Ackerman
Eoon learned to hate gym classes which her mother used to
During a softball game, Kathi Menne hit the ball towards
iirst base. Rather than run through the play she headed for the
Cheryl Goguen showed her wilder side when she appeared
qs Jane of the Jungle in a talent show act. Our freshman year
7 ew by, but it was ended with style at the first class of 79 bash
held by Claire Howard.
Sophomore year found us becoming very involved in
Echool activities. ln the beginning of the year we were joined by
ay Garcia. No one could figure out how Ray could drive
without a license.
Shawn O'reilly never had a chance to get a bite of that pizza
before Kelly made him wear it.
Nicknames were popular and most people received them
after completing some unusual feet. lt was at this time that
George Smith received his nickname Bufordg those lockers
will never be the same.
While at a party at Steven Ball's house, Beth Campbell and
Luanne Murphy discovered that you can't run between a car
and a trailer and not expect to trip over the hitch.
Our Junior year found many of us believing we were seniors
already. On a field trip to the B.Ll. chemistry building many
Millis students became stuck in an elevator. Jim Angelo was
sure they were goners and began to scream and bang on the
Sue Stevens found out the hard way that sprinting during
practice with a cold wasn't good for the system. After four sets
of sprints she ended up hyperventalating and had to sit out the
remainder of practice.
Our talent show was a big success. Joe Hislop stimulated
us all in his role of Mr. Box Head. Kathy Walsh became better
acquainted with her locker as well as the Millis Fire Dept.
The Junior Prom proved to be a memorable occasion for
everyone. Dianne Manning almost didn't make it because of
the chicken pox.
Micky Lipsett had a rough time, besides holding onto her
crown she had to help hold up George Smith who was on
crutches at the time.
Theirry Lubenec showed that he would not go down by
himself. During the National Honor Society induction
ceremonies Theirry's chair started to fall off the platform, so
he grabbed onto everyone around him and pulled them down
We Enished our Junior year in style at Lowell Keith's house
with a party. No one remembers what happened though.
As our senior year began, the idea to do it fine in 79 was in
the back of everyone's mind as seen by the football scores.
Now that we were seniors no one could tell us what to do.
Mrs. Morrill didn't agree with this point, but Lowell Keith and
the rest of homeroom 129 proved her wrong.
lt was during the beginning of the year that the class was
joined by Tom Mulvihill and Jeanette Mathews.
Denise Proctor Hnally got to show her acting ability during
the Senior play. Donald Maraggio proved that the underdog
pulls through when he received his basketball trophy.
'lhose who went on the senior breakfast had a good timeg
those who didn't go had fun while people spent the 16th, 17th,
and 18th in school. Tommy Gilbert and Andy Latosek were
able to do both.
Our senior ride was probably one of the largest yet. We
never got to many schools though because the cops were
always one town ahead of us. Ronny Pettis and Tom Roche left
their marks in Westwood. Bob McCarter left his truck on Mid-
dlesex Street and Peter Merritt knows better than to drive over
glass. Diane Aseltine never got home from the pit party that
The class trip was really fun, Laurene Coyle found that
horseback riding wasn't all it was cut out to be, especially
when there's an angry bird to contend with.
On the way home the girls managed to fit ten people into
the bathroom. Paula Draper now knows not to volunteer to be
the first one in.
Well our class certainly had its moments many of them
have been written down, many of them haven't though
because no one would own up to them.
There are certain qualities that don't belong to any one
Dennis Clancy's never ending battle for a parking space.
The rowdiness of the hockey team members. John Engwer,
Rony Pettis, Peter Merritt, Ricky Rooney, Shawn O'Reilly, Barry
Wye, Brian Wye, David Ciasullo, and Michael Kilmartin.
Jack Buchanon and his weights.
The driving skills of Brad Reger and his blue galaxy 500.
The fact that Kim Zeorb holds the record for driving the
farthest distance to school.
John Engwer's record for the most suspensions in one
Chris Grant graduating although she spent the whole year
in Mr. Arcudi's office.
Jody Santos holds the record for cracking up a car in the
shortest period of time.
The class still wonders if Lia Sgourakes, Sandy Morse and
Mary Ellen McFetridge really do have voices.
Judy Toth and Linda Tiberi are still the first people to every
party but we're still waiting to see John Dennett and Edward
Defanti at one.
Janet Mariano and her morning visitation to the girls room.
Doug Steves and Doug Spearing were voted inseparable
Suzanne Smith has the reddest hair in the class and Steven
Humphry is the first person to get married.
Tom Ganley now knows that Medfield guys don't make the
Scott Lemons can never be thanked enough by the football
team for his many years of service and Michael Kilmartin will
always be remembered for his speeches.
Bob Hagearty was a fine representative at Student Govern-
ment day, and Dwight Lambirth finally paid his towel money.
Clark Andrews will someday own Sack Cinema.
Kevin Donahue will never forget the day he jumped out of
Keller's car and Robin Barr had a long walk to Lowell's Party.
Robin Meuse knows now to take enough gym classes and
Jeff Bond will always be remembered for his artistic ability.
No one will ever forget Mariko Yage our exchange student
from Japan. She joined our senior year and made it an en-
joyable one for everybody. We will miss her but never forget
We hope this history will be taken in the humerous manner
in which it was given. Tonight we undertake our last two events
as a class, graduation and the party at Lowell Keith's house.
The end of our class will be a sad occasion but to those who
realize it's not the end, it will be a joyful beginning.
The brilliant colors of the sunset are just setting
beyond the trees as we are anxiously awaiting nightfall
because this is June 7, the year 2004. Location: Back
lawn of Mr. Lowell Keith's. A reenactment of the gradua-
tion bash that took place 25 years ago. My name is Phil
My name is Judy Travers and we'll be reporting to you
live from the back porch of the Keith residence, thanks
partially to the help we have received from WGSP Radio,
owned and managed by Terry Alger, Jeanette Matthews,
Lisa Palange, and Corlyne Mick. Okay, First to arrive as
usual are Judy Toth and Linda Tiberi, who have in-
formed us that they are currently working on the Ford
Motor Company's Safety First Committee. When asked
what she felt would be the most effective safety feature,
Ms. Toth replied, "Keeping Laurene Coyle off the road."
Judy, the party hasn't even begun yet, and already
these two people have a glow on.
You can't blame them, that's Kathi Menne and
Rebecca Woodard who work for the Nuclear Regulatory
Commission out of Washington, D.C. They have just
returned from Six Mile Island, where head scientists
Donald Tackett, David Tolar, Mike Bradley, David Clark,
and Robert McCown reported a leak in the reactor cham-
ber. When commenting on the possible cause of the ac-
cident, all five scientists quickly pointed at each other.
Now, more people are arriving. Here, coming from
behind the shed, is Ronnie Pettis, Mike Kilmartin, Bob
Yered, Tom Roche, John Engwer, Dave Ciasullo, and
Peter Merritt, who are now starring in the new movie,
'iWarriors ll", which is being shown at the new chain of
movie theatres managed by Clark Andrews and Mike
lnta Ezerins, it is rumored, is just beginning to film a
sequel to "Love at First Bite", while Andy Latosek is
leading a gang looking for chain saw terrorists through
the Maine Woods. Kelly Bayliss, Ellen Campbell, and
Luanne Murphy are now tri-owners of Swing or Sting
Computer Dating Service. From what we hear, Don
Marragio and Dan McBride, their oldest clients, still think
they need a bee for a sting.
Now driving in is the infamous stunt team of Dennis
Clancy, Jim Keller, and Kevin Donahue, alias, Roy and
Al. Kevin will now attempt a death defying leap from the
hood of their Vega, as Jim and Dennis drive.
OOOOOPS!!! We can see that nothing has changed in
twenty-five years, folks, because there goes Donahue,
scraping his face and hands against the pavement. But
no need to worry, here comes Laura Collins, M.D., and
Donna Zonfrelli to Donahue's rescue.
The entertainment for tonight is just arriving, conf
sisting of Dwight Lambirth, Maureen Coffey, Maryjeannd
Coste, and Lisa DeLorme. KOAX was unable to attend
tonight because Steve Ball and Ricky Bennett had
Now arriving are the four likely candidates out of D.C.
Beth Campbell, Claire Howard, Mary Otis and Sue Stevens,
who will be running for office in the newly fon'ned
Women's Liberation Party. lf we're lucky, they'll be
campaigning at tonight's party. Serving the food and
beverage tonight will be Chef Chad Galvin and Bartender
Joe Felton from Millis' own Cappy's. Also assisting with
the food will be Alan Wolpert, president of Hebrew
National Hot Dog Company, followed by his two top
wiener stuffers Paul Robinson and George Smith.
One of the distinguished guests at our party tonight is
the Most Reverend Robert Congdon, who is being ac-
companied by his three advisers, Kim Zoerb, Sue Smith,
and Sandy Morse. While we're on the subject, Kathy
Walsh, who had first shot for the leading role in the re-
make of "The Flying Nun," was shocked when she got
word she hadn't been selected for the role because of
aerodynamic difficulties. Hm, l don't see anyone else
coming in now, l think l'll read this newspaper. On the in-
ternational sports scene, Billy Angel, known as "The
Boomer" around the Red Sox front office, has just laid it
on the lineto the management by saying Monday, "They
can either play me or trade me." More on the baseball
scoop, Tom Ganley, ex-Red Sox Ace, who was recently
traded to the Expo's, is now 20-O after twenty starts.
Much improvement in 25 years. Speaking of improve-
ment, Ricky Rooney, who now plays for the Montreal
Canadians, stands 6'5" and weighs 200 pounds. He was
recently quoted, "l guess those Wheaties commercials
were right." Now on a heavier note, Jack Buchanan,
preparing for the Mr. Olympic's competition, was most
recently asked, "Have you been lifting lately?" His reply,
"Obviously," There was a great upset in the tennis world
today when Wimbledon Champ Tracy Austin was
beaten at The Colgate Women's Tennis Tournament by
Michele Lipset, 6-love, 6-love.
l can see a few people coming in now. lt's Mark Fer-
zoco, Brad Reger, and Bruce McCarter, who recently had
to close their used car lot because of the high prices set
by Mobil executives Bill Carlson and Jeff Bond. Also
forced to cut back on gasoline are Diane Aseltine, Joyce
McCurley, Janet Mariano, Cheryl Goguen, Mike Boudrot,
and Corinne Flanagan, who were still being observed
cruising on Saturday nights for no apparent reason.
Here comes Scotty Hugh Lemons, editor of Playboy,
who was in the news recently when Dallas Cowboy
Cheerleader Captain Nancy Ackerman was asked to ap-
pear in his magazine. She declined the offer, saying,
We have received news that several people will not be
able to make it tonight because of W appearances they
had to make. Cynthia Devens and Denise Proctor will be
appearing on June l6th's Newlywed Game if you're in-
terested in checking it out. Rachel DerHagopian, Sue
Tabarini, Laura Shuker, and Donna Thibault are filming
a new episode of "Policewoman" in Hollywood. John
Dennett is appearing in his own W show called "Casper,
The Friendly Ghost." Brian Wye and Barry Wye could
not be here tonight due to the over-run of a potato chip
commercial which has one main slogan, "Get Wyes, get
Wise." June Fettig and Robin Barr could not be here
tonight because they are in Paris, shooting layouts for
Judy, who is this coming through the woods?
l think it's Jason lngraham, Rick Dela, and Dave
Reynolds trying to find their old path from Pollard Drive.
First woman president of the United States, Dianne
Manning, will be host to Mariko Yagi, Ambassador from
Japan and Amalia Squorakes, Ambassador to Greece
tonight, along with Jack Fitz and Shawn O'Rielly, finan-
cial advisors to the President. The Presidential party is
pulling up now with Mark Gove driving the Presidents
limo. President Manning's bodyguards tonight are Eddie
DeFanti, Scott Green and special Secret Service Agents
in charge of drug control, Tom Ganley and Tom
Darlene DiDonato is just arriving. Darlene, we hear,
has just opened her 10th restaurant named the Moon-
down. Special feature built into this restaurant is Ray Gar-
cia's own invention, The Taco-Muffin breakfast.
Waitresses Chris Grant and Paula Draper say that this
style breakfast has gone over big with the general public.
Look who's coming now, Phil, it's Joe Hislop. l think
that new song being played on the radio, a modified ver-
sion of Doctor Doolittle's song "Talk to the Animals," is
Doug Steeves, Doug Spearing, and Rick Sanborn are
driving in now. Word is that Doug, Doug and Rick run a
car wash in Phoenix called the Three S car wash. Steve
Humphrey bumped into one of the walls. When Rick
called the police, Officer Maryellen McFetridge respon-
ded. After the 45-minute wait for Officer McFetridge to
arrive, Thierry Lubenec, waiting behind Humphrey, ex-
ploded in a fit of rage and started rapping his head on
Humphreys chrome bumper.
Someone l haven't seen at all tonight is Eric Elofson
- I wonder where he is? He's probably waiting at his
house, thinking the party is there.
l can see whyg he's had so many good parties before,
he just expects people to drop by.
We, the class of one thousand nine hundred and seventy-
nine, being of sound mind and body, do hereby write and
hand down our Last Will and Testament to posterity, thereby
voiding all other wills previously issued.
STEVE BALL leaves Paul Albani his Phil Woods album collec-
tion and his "Chops", He also leaves Mr. Massey a big six-year
KELLY BAYLISS leaves Ernie looking for another
KIMBERLY BOUDROT leaves his sister a position on the Var-
sity Basketball Team, one book on Dr. Doolittle, and one
scrambled egg. She also leaves Pam and Gail with her O.C.
ELLEN CAMPBELL leaves her car to Leanne and Donna for
their munch time cruises. She leaves Doug the right one! She
also leaves Holly her broken emergency brake.
MAUREEN COFFEY leaves Mr. Massey and Mr. Miller a Barry
Manilow tune that modulates DOWN.
LAURA COLLINS leaves next years AP Chem class an instruc-
tion manual on "Why and how not to break Miss Gourley's
most expensive thermometer".
ROBERT CONGDON leaves his brother, Bill, the Arts 'n Films
section of the Boston Globe and a ticket stub of the D'Ayle
Carte Opera Company. He also leaves his sister, Rita, the
JOHN DENNETT leaves just six more Dennetts to Millis High
EDWARD DeFANTl leaves Mr. Baker with a half dozen un-
finished doll houses.
RICHARD DELAPORTA leaves fifth, knowing we're more than
half way there!
LISA DELORME leaves Mr. Keen 2,000 handkerchiefs.
KEVIN DONAHUE leaves all the wisdom and knowledge to his
PAULA DRAPER leaves Donna Draper first doubles on the
tennis team. She also leaves Dana Proctor all her left over
paper from chemistry. To Brenda Anderson, she leaves her
buffalo gun in hopes that she will use it wisely and often. She
also leaves Paul O'Reilly to Laurie Draper.
ERIC ELOFSON leaves Mrs. Welch four bags of starlights and
a large box of Mr. Bubble. Also to his sister, Sara, he leaves the
Elofson reputation whatever that might be.
MARK FERZOCO leaves Ray, Bruce, Kenny, Mark, Pam, Gayle
and plenty of others walking. To his little brother, Jeff, he
leaves his fabulous fleet of cars for him to use for his own tax
service. He also leaves wishing that June had come ir
THOMAS GANLEY leaves Mrs. Nasca a book entitled, "Ter
Easy Lessons On How To Be Like Henry"l
RAMON GARCIA leaves Millis High School with a car load o
kids. He also leaves his sister, Anna, with the advice of neve
becoming a chauffeur.
ROBERT HAGEARTY leaves a smile for his friend.
DEBRA HILBERG leaves the path in the backyard that leads tc
school to Joanne and Elisa. Also, she leaves Elisa and Cathy
fighting over Peter T.
DWIGHT LAMBIRTH leaves thanking Mr. Massey and Mr
Miller for everything and wishing them luck in the future.
A.L. leaves his brother, Chris, five extra excuses for Mr. Arcudi
SCOTT LEMONS leaves his cousin, Shawn Wood, his in
telligence and the hope that he will graduate from high school.
MICHELLE LIPSETI' leaves Phantom 42 a years supply oi
phantom fun. She also leaves her sister, Patty, the rl spot or
the tennis team.
MARYELLEN McFETRIDGE leaves Brenda a Barry 350 tiger.
DONALD MARAGGIO just leaves.
JANET MARIANO leaves Mr. Salerno a tape measure. She
also leaves her brother, David, and her sister, Laura, math
PETER MERRITT leaves wishing he was never here and also
Tom Barrett and The Maico Blues.
ROBIN MEUSE leaves Mr. Williams sincere thanks and
gratitude. She also leaves much love and good wishes for her
younger brother and sister.
LUANNE MURPHY leaves Mr. Sperandio a notebook and pen,
cil made by Prospects, Inc. She also leaves her nickname,
'iMurph" to the future "Surfs" of Millis High.
SHAWN O'RElLLY leaves his younger brother, Paul, a book
entitled, M1001 Excuses On Why You're Late To Class".
LISA PALANGE leaves to find a wild and crazy guy!!!
DENISE PROCTOR leaves Mr. Cangi a box full of Cinnamon
DAVID REYNOLDS leaves John Delaporta a new whist
partner and Kurt McCandless his cheater fHe'll need itll. He
also leaves Mr. Baker someone he can bet with next year and
Paul Albani a jar of vitamins - to make him grow. Also, to Mr.
Massey, a big thank you for everything he's done.
PAUL ROBINSON leaves his name, "Robysawn", to his sister.
PHILLIP ROUSE leaves grasping the knowledge and integrity
that M.H.S. passed on to him.
DOUGLAS SPEARING leaves Wayne Devens his name, "Spir-
tle," and a very special girl all his love.
DONALD TACKETT leaves his beard to Mark Sullivan.
DONNA THIBAULT leaves her rowdiness behind for her
sister, Debby, to carry on. It should run in the family.
LINDA TIBERI leaves Pam Stivaletta with no one to help make
a mess in Foods.
JUDITH TRAVERS leaves Jeanne her nickname, "J.T.", and
Twink to party alone. She also leaves the teachers of MHS her
six brothers and sisters.
DAVID TOLAR leaves sIngin', "I am a Lumberjack and I'm
ALAN WOLPERT leaves his nickname, "Wally" to his
BARRY WYE leaves Spider all his charm, and also leaves with
everyone calling him Brian.
BRIAN WYE leaves no more confusion of mixing him up with
his brother, Barry.
MARIKO YAGI leaves for Japan.
DONNA ZONFRELLI leaves her brother, Robert, the
challenge of winning the "biggest mouth" in his senior year
and to her brother Paul she leaves the task of carrying on the
DOUGLAS SPEARING AND DOUGLAS STEEVES leave Mr.
Henck a big thanks and a five gallon drum of coffee. They also
leave the inseparable Buddies Award to Joya Minnicucci and
Erica Keller. The men from SQUAT leave one lamp, one mug,
one reclining chair and 51,000 to replace and cover the
damage done during SQUAT sessions.
Three senior girls leave a certain volleyball coach without a
senior to put on J.V.
The senior class takes Mr. Doyle with them.
The senior "Shahs of Iran" leave Dawn, Louise, and Doug a
team that plays and doesn't fight.
Some girls on the basketball team and one fan leave J.W. one
pair of the good kind!
The participants of the senior breakfast leave one, two, or
three days late.
The Tech. III class leaves free ballet lessons to Mr. Baker's
The Algebra Ill class leaves Mrs. Bush, Carol Kujanpaa.
The back of Mrs. Bush's Math IV class leaves her extra graph
paper for more zoo signs.
The senior class leaves Mrs. Browne saying, "Where-ya- is
The seniors in Mr. Flanagan's Latin class leave saying, 'latin
The senior class leaves Miss Moan a six pack and a potato.
The senior class leaves Mr. Keen one free invitation to a party.
The senior class leaves with Mrs. Morrill still saying, "C'mon
get to class!"
The seniors leave Mr. Tuohey a lifetime supply of promotional
JEANETTE, TERRI, CORLYNE, AND LISA leave Mr. Ar-
senault very unhappy in a cloud of smoke.
KIM AND JANET leave Mr. Cangi a book on "50 Ways to
Keep Your Class Awake", and the "Signal".
ELLEN AND KELLY leave their title "Queens of Homeroom
116' to Mr. Magner.
The seniors in Mr. Naughton's Western Civilization class leave
him one backburner to put his lectures on.
The senior office practice class leaves Mrs. O'Regan wonder-
ing where we really were on Tuesday, March fifth!
KIM AND JANET leave Mrs. Ralston with her frog, and Mr. Ar-
senault with his hamburger helper.
ELLEN, CHERYL, LAURENE, AND KELLY leave Mr. Salerno
an elevator and what's left of the alligator clips.
To Mr. Sperandio we leave our deepest appreciation and a
well-deserved THANK YOU. We also leave him a Class of '79
T-shirt with a beer mug on the front.
In conclusion, we pray that no one herein mentioned will
take offense, but will receive this testament in the manner in
which it was given.
In testimony, we the Class of 1979, here unto set our hand
on the seventh day of June in the year of Our Lord, one thou-
sand nine hundred and seventy-nine, do declare this to be our
Last Will and Testament.
LMYILUG7 01 CL-, tire.
yanye nf Ze!
PROPANE CAMPER TANKS FILLED
BURNERS INSTALLED AND SERVICED
Michael H. Mushnik 37 Broad Street
Samuel Mushnik Millis, Mass.
"Hai if C53 1011,
ALEXANDER'S COIN OP
917 Main St., Millis, Ma.
ALBERT M. BELTON, D.D.S.
825 MAIN S'rRz:'r 376-5003 MILLIB, MAss. 02054
ARTHUR L. BLOCK, D.D.S.
Office Hours 1100 Main St.
By Appointment Millis, Mass
MAXWELL-PADELFORD CO., INC.
1352 Main Street
Miliis, Massachusetts 02054
SHELL STATION, INC.
- MAIN STREET
857 Main Street
Millis, Massachusetts 02054
DR. 81 MRS. JACOB J. ZALVAN
Cvmpnmems KAY'S BEAUTY LOUNGE
of 138 Pleasant sr., Minis, Ma. 02054
JOHN HARKEY REAL ESTATE
Catherine M. Dixon 376-8491
Best wishes from
MILLIS BROOK FARM
a 1800 382 69 o STALL NG a NS scY NG
SUPPLY CO., INC. num
120 Main St. Medway, Mass. ill ,
'IFJ Fmlc PRu'rEa'rmN Emalssamsu Vo.. Im-.
HEVSFYIITIFIQ in IVIBSOFIVYH APPROYVED oevuces :Bla mms Auro c coN1noL OF E
Lou sabazinem I
President 3 INDUSTR L RD
Tel 1617, 533-6701 MARK MCFADDEN usown MASS 02053
Card 8. Gift Shop
936 Main St.
Featuring: Hallmark Cards
MILLIS HARDWARE INC.
979 Main St.
32 Exchange St., Millis, Ma.
D. L. MURPHY INSURANCE AGENCY
JOSEPH M. HERMAN
SHOE CO. INC.
RALPH F. WHELIHAN
1292 Worcester Road, Framingham, MA 01701
Bus. 617-620-1336 0 Res. 376-8036
THE MILLIS TEACHER'S
EXCELLENCE IS ITS OWN REWAFID-ANONYMOUS
Best Wishes to the Class
MILLIS HOUSE OF PIZZA
915 Main Street
Checking accounts, savings accounts, loans:
For a bank that can handle all your banking
needs, all you need is to find your way to the
South Shore. And that's easy.
South Shore Bank is located conveniently in
towns throughout the area.
Including Millis at 929 Main Street.
1360 Main Street f Millis, Mass. 02054 X i6l7l 376-2996
PRECISION METALLURGICAL CORPORATION
34 Farm Street
Millis, Ma. 02054
Complete Auto Body Repairs
298 Village Street
Medway, Mass. 02053
Lic. No. 824
JAMES R. COLELLO, INC.
Plain St., Millis, Mass. 02054
BEST WISHES TO
THE CLASS OF '79
Millis Motor Parts,
34-36 E n sr r
HARVARD APPARATUS XC me 'ee
CO. Minis, Mass. 02054
150 DWG' Road 376-2919 David J. McQuinn
Millis, Mass. 02054
Corner of North and Main St.
KERWIN 81 KERWIN
Carpentry, Roofing 8. Remodeling
376-8961 946 MAIN STREET
376-5149 MILLIS, MA 02054
TO THE CLASS OF '79
Building Materials Group
ANYTHING TO SELL?
Dover Country Store Inc.
We buy anything from attic to cellar that we can sell.
Entire contents or individual pieces -
including almost any kind of furniture or bric-a-brac.
Bring it to the shop or we will come and get it
if there is enough furniture.
- CALL TODAY -
Spot Payment 81 We Carry Away
16 Park St., Corner Fit. 109 and 27, Medfield, MA.
D. TIBERI 81 SCNS INC.
SH NDWIC HE
Linda, Laura, Lance and Lee
THE CLASS OF '79
THE STUDENT COUNCIL
HOWIE OIL CO.
40 R3III'O8d Ave. Millis, MESS.
BEST OF LUCK
TQ RTE. 109 Minis
THE CLASS OF '79
COMPLIMENTS OF LUCIEN'S
RED BARN STEAK HOUSE Precision Haircutters
A FAMILY RESTAURANT
FINE FOODS 81 SPIRITS
THE MOST EXCITING RESTAURANT IN THE
Styling and Precision Cuts
For Men and Women
174 Main St. Open 9 AM-9 PM
Medway, Mass. 02053 Wed., Thurs.
9 AM-5 PM
H11 ilnriily f.r1'11r4'.rI R011t1'H0lc1vr
Mums cvcua at PARTS co. GENERAE2'-UMB'NG
ROUTE 109 4 1v11LL1s, MASS. O2054 '
Phone 376-2679 936 Main St. Millis
Best Wishes from
BO PEEP GENERAL STORE
Main St., MiIiiS
Blumoff Truck Leasing Inc.
Union St., Millis, MA.
BARRY H. SHAMUS, D.M.D.
975 Main Street
Miilis, Mass. 02054
MAC KINNON'S AUTO REPAIR
34 EXCHANGE ST.
MILLIS, MA 02054
EYE EXAMINATIONS HARD AND SOFT
JONATHAN Q. ABRAHMS
Q 6 1 ik-
Dr. Alan Bronstein , .
QpTQMETRlST 1 f SEAPEATY igoRL0-Home Reany 011.
765959 I iViiITis,aIxIilSgIeCT2C54
Minis Professional Bldg. REALTYWORLD ,gmwevgom
1104 Main street ' '
Miliis, Mass. 02054
66666 676-2616 REALTY WORLD
QUALITY CLOTHING - NEW 81 USED
LOCATED IN THE DOVER COUNTRY STORE
PROPRIETORS: 16 PARK STREET
STERHEN w. cooK MEDFIELD, MA 02052
I 3333 DENISE A. CARROLL 6171359-2900
MILLIS BEAUTY SALON Glen Ellen Country Club
430 Union St. 376-8242 To All the 1979 Grads
DON KUHN INSURANCE AGENCY THE CHARLES RESTAURANT
TO THE CLASS OF
THE GIRL NEXT DOOR, INC.
1064 Main Street
Good Luck to the Class of '79
ADAM'S PACKAGE STORE
- Rusty Cushman Prop.
P. L. TRUFANT
CESSPOOL and SEPTIC TANK SERVICE
Residential - Commercial - Industrial
Cleaning - Acid Treatment - Repairs
110 Holliston Street Medway, Mass. 02053
THE CLASS OF '79
THE FRESHMAN CLASS
THE cLAss OF 1980
THE CLASS OF 1979
ALL THE LUCK
AND HAPPINESS THE c1.Ass OF 1981
IN THE COMING FUTURE
The Mariano Family
The Robinson Family
The Travers Family
The Boudrot Family
The Whelihan Family
The Wolpert Family
The Gove Family
The Congdon Family
The Zonfrelli Family
The Rooney Family
The Collins Family
The O'FteilIy Family
The Stevens Family
The Wye Family
The Ed Walsh Family
Th e Ackerman Family
:sw CZX! b?MX5
M1 W W NN fi EQQWVQFEE
My W s2 w
Sw WWW W iw 3
X W, WWE
W, , MQMZW ,,M,
WWJWWM Wfzekf fat, 1
Quik J 9Mf X
fffff J W
W 7, Mfr
3 iii QA
M ww W
if wa Ng?
' 3139 533
W v n fmww
Fgjx MM 9 OJ 5
, i wwf
,5 OMVS QW A
Suggestions in the Millis High School - Yearbook (Millis, MA) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.