Nauset Regional High School - Nauset Tides Yearbook (North Eastham, MA)

 - Class of 1979

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S 'lisa ' Q f Sw 4 ' s .X 5 'W .s rcws Kim Abel Virginia Alberts ■ ' ■”■3- ' ' " " ' " ' ’’MIL™ Leslie Atkins Stephen Bassett Kimberly Baker Thomas Baird Caroline Bartlett Kathleen Baskin Russell Bartlett Alison Benz Ginny Beals Stephen Beale Betsy Brackett Elise Blatchford Julie Bridgwood Jennifer Brier Gail Brogi Douglas Brown 19 ■ ; • I i.-.y-v. j ' Luther Bumps Diane Calkins Donna Calkins Kimberly Campbell Theresa Carey Mary Carroll Rebecca Cary Christin Chamberlain Yvonne Cavallini Lisa Chisholm Glenn Clark Sharon Cook Kelly Christopher Grace Clark Charles Clark Tammy Condit Janet Crary Collette Crawford 21 Leilani Dalphe Carrie Darling Marston Daley Jacqueline Day David Donahue Daniel DeJoseph Michele Duff Cathy Doyle Amy Dubois Diana Durgin Emily Farrell Tobias Fates Jeanne Fellers Rebecca Fiero Donna Fulcher Dale Fulcher Roy Freeman Brenda Gallant Barbara Gardner Michael Gessford Daniel Giese Christine Gibson Cindy Gonyer Diane Goss Susana Graham Kevin Kiggins Kenneth Higgins Grant Grenier Stephen Griffin Jamie Hibbs James Hill Kathy Hemmings Margaret Holland Robert Hooper Pamela Holmberg Cheryl Horton Stephen Hopkins Lori Houston John Hurley Lauren Jackson Esther Howard 1 1 rl m M _ r , v, At i Steven Jalbert Jonathan Joyal Jeffrey Killian Robert Janson Breten Kaeseleau Kimberlie King f Christine Kalinick Leigh Klein Steve Knowles Cecilia C. Kreber Ruth Kull David Kutcher Amy Lajoie mam Peter Lapiana Louise LeRoy Cynthia Letendre •a " •t • - Margaret O’Hara Glenn Olson Patricia Murphy Glenna Nolin Paul Norair James Nagle Susan Murphy Leah Newcomb $ ip Jean O’Brien Debora Osgood Andrew Payne Christine Ozon Barry Perreault Susan O’Neil Jeffrey Palm Anthony Pike Stephanie Pope MaryAnn Porcari 32 Bert Quick Debby Reid Peter Rice Stephen Richardson Cindy Rapose Louanne Price Leslie Quiroga-Martinez Jackie Quinn Douglas Reed Maureen Ryder Douglas Savonen Kenneth Roderick Petra Reck Lisa Roberson Jennifer Robinson Deidre Root Kathie Rose 34 Debra Robinson Richard Mylott Anne Shipman Janet Smith William Sears Debbie Simmons Larry Scaglione Linda Still Louis Smith 35 David Sullivan William Sweetser Brenda Taylor Steve Thielman Deirdre Tomkinson Mary Toner Ray Trautz Dawn Veit Michael Underhill Robert Unger Chris Wade William Walther Margaret Verdery Robin Wayda Brent Warren Lynda Watson Writ Terri Welch Christopher White Caroline White Christopher White Joan Whitten Michele Wilcox Thomas Wilcox Sandra Woodfin Steven Wragg 38 ,155 ' 'f 'S ff f gif Richard Mylott 3 Anne Shipman ff Janet Smith William Sears Shqqk 12 Debbie Simmons ifds. '9 Mx Linda Still Louis Smith if 'ful lf fi David Sullivan William Sweetser Brenda Taylor rx . fi" Regis Tesson Steve Timielman Deirdre Tomkinson aff' -1? ' if fo "m..,,.,- ' Michael Underhill Robert Unger Dawn Veit Margaret Verdery Chris Wade William Walther fgxvf N., will Memories of Jenny JENNIFER C. BRIER MAY 28, 1961 - January 2, 1979 « « • » -» 9 • ' « ■ ! « §« » i ft sftS 4 P :• t £ « « » 9 «t 0 ; ' • v, fc o t o %■ «£«■; ml ±»is»irW ft 6 • »!» ■ h? fe s 1 ■ft o. o B - i m . «« 4 . HN i . «• M JUs Up it ■ i • " c DREAMS Soft expanse of darkness Feels like velvet Escape into nothingness Enveloping everything Fuzzy images of people joining me They are there, but not really Open my eyes and they’ll disappear Past memories, desired things Hopes and fears Open my eyes and they’re gone. Jenny Brier - 1 04 78 42 Senior Superlatives Individualist - Janet Crary Dan Giese Most Talkative - Dale Fulcher Most Likely to Succeed - Leslie Atkins Tim Mooney 43 Class Clowns - Jean O’Brien John Zollinger Shyest - Margaret Holland Rob Hooper b - 44 Best Dressed - Jill Hirschberg Jeff Palm Tallest Shortest - Becky Fiero Steve Beale Most Talented - Michael Mellor Chris Gibson Best Looking - Ray Trautz Julie Bridgwood Best All Round - Amy Lajoie Chris White Favorite Faculty - Jimbo Most Athletic - Robyn Mather Dave Donahue Most Likely To Leave The Cape The Fastest The Class of ’79 Compliments of WELLFLEET OYSTER HOUSE E. Main St., Wellfleet Tel. 349-2134 47 Friendliest - Cindy Letendre 81 David Kutcher Class Flirts - Lisa McKim 8. Tony Pike -Q. fur Class Clowns - Jean O'Brien 81 John Zollinger Shyest - Margaret Holland 81 Rob Hooper r . Frank V. Daly Principal Vincent P. Bresnahan Vice Principal Nick Muto Superintendent of Schools Alan Brown Assistant Superintendent Susan Hunter Secretary Evelyn Anderson Secretary Priscilla Tomlinson Secretary Virginia Nelson Librarian Audrey Larsson Library Aide Peg Lajoie Library Aide James Scanlon Guidance Andrew Kalinick Guidance Joyce MacDonald Guidance Frances Bishop Guidance Secretary 50 John Rivers A. L. G. John Gray English Mary Murphy English William McCaskie English David Fraser Business Donna Demetri Business Nancy Laning English Robert Milbier English Rita Mousseau French Nancy Bradley French Robin Walker Business Shirley Longo English Anne Stout English _ Barbara Schoenbaum Spanish 51 Donald Bakker History Diane Campbell History Dr. David Gessford Science Paul Chamberlain Science Jean Emerson Sociology Drama Frank Hutchings History Edward O’Brien Science John Ryan Science Linda Herbst Latin German Mary Morrison Spanish French Robert Rice History Donald Campbell History a. C Donna Ferry Math Joyce Roche Science 52 Herbert Pettingill Science Joseph Walorz Math Eleanor Meldahl Art Richard Brown Industrial Arts David Gates Science Cheryl Belanger Math Kenelm Collins Industrial Arts Stanley Smith Industrial Arts Joan Howe Math Frank Killiam Math Electronics Edward Brookshire Industrial Arts Robert Wilkinson Math Thomas Andrulot Industrial Arts 4 4 4 1 4 53 I [ l Catherine Luhmann Home Economics Margar Erickson Physical Education Frances Wiatrowski Reading Specialist Jack Donahue Physical Education Tom Quimby Physical Education Donald Kuhnert Substitute Paul White Physical Education Barbara Chako Physical Education Kathryn Carey Special Needs Leo Miller Special Education Diane McCartney Substitute Fred Malcolm School Psychologist Frank James Music Band Irving Daubert Plant Manager 54 John Rivers A. L. G. John Gray English my -A. Mary Murphy English William McCaskie English ,pw 955316 Jimi ii J. W I 51' I - N n 'WE' ' - :Hgh X , ,A W Donna Demetri Robin Walker David Fraser Business Business BUSINESS Robert Milbier Shirley Longo Nancy Laning English English English E 2 Anne Stout English 33-5- .2 N, v m1.feS5a:i E' In Rita Mousseau Nancy Bradley Barbara Schoenbaum French French Spanish Linda Herbst Latin 81 German Donald Bakker History is-is Diane Campbell History Paul Chamberlain Science Mary Morrison Spanish 81 French Jean Emerson Sociology 8l Drama 5,1 llg li Frank Hutchings History ?Ji.'!:i Edward O'Brien Science QQ: ROb?Yf Rice Donald Campbell HlSt0"Y History Dr. David Gessford Donna Ferry Science Math ii' If 'Mi' V' John Ryan Joyce Roche Science Science wit, ' FN 7-an I ,. .I ' N gjlfw All . I :iffy I I iilll attll Herbert Pettingill David Gates Joan Howe Robert Wilkinson Science Science Math Math y . I Ulf - xii it Joseph Walorz Cheryl Belanger Frank Killiam James Owens Math Math Math 81 Electronics Art . Y in I "ii5.z'I: J - Y A-1Q', , - . W ' : 5 it! 1 A 1 , Yi r' Eleanor Meldahl Kenelm Collins Edward Brookshire Thomas Andrulot Art Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Industrial Arts ,Fi Richard Brown Stanley Smith Industrial Arts Industrial Arts 36 Good Luck From Your Friends at NAUSET T.V. Compliments of ROGERS LIQUOR LOCKER INC., Wellfleet, MA Tel. 349-2837 m 0»T« ve fS xV»ir i C V z y L, p ' - lv pp p 0 civuy m pf « CtnM ° J ' »-$T " " ' ■ u ! A ' ' ±l9e? o , 1 y O ' x u V VU r 4 X -s Xr III In. (N ID r , 5 6 X s- f r I 3 C • a x St -n £ ? ,V . T 3$ L V.y o If k . v AT $ p f 5 y r I 5 ■ A ° -- fi l . V ? X? 4 Vjl° 7 9 ®i I 0 W 1 A _ Cy P | ft- w X - ' of v ... j r 4% 0 to 0 " SfiLkri] p ' V! X . ■ (gomfz) ™ iv e ns. J HoUp (J ' yZvtf St 2 ’ z 60 Merry Christmas 1978 Best Wishes to All LIVINGSTONS’ PHARMACY Best Wishes to the Class of ' 79 LOWELL REAL ESTATE Compliments of LUKE’S MARKET Route 6A, Brewster Liquor, Beer, Wine, and Groceries Compliments of THE HANDLING COMPANY 9 Cove Rd., Orleans - 255-3520 (Handles for almost anything that needs a handle) 61 ? tm' K " A 9 I,-Q . tv' Q-P'N TW0o ' n iii 3 : ""'l" NCI 1 """ em Gong . C Compliments of Show? Good Luck From Your Friends at ROGERS LIQUOR LOCKER INC., NAUSET T.V. Wellfleet, MA Tel. 349-2837 7248 0 X , Q ,QTHFL 2h4,7fgJ I xg? 1iCxaFOMdnXD',CK QW YJMWK U U Q V NQYQAEXW? 91f.,x?,,.m :ff :wwf is J N mmm RM WMM fa Ny ww fy W 2 CMM 1457 W Wfwvwywj gif? WQ,ffvq5Eg W G M we .fi Q52 ww in W W vw W 1 CSX QQ gf? 1 MS: Q fmguwxi Q3 we 98 QW sl ffm A V if f S 5 Wim 51 N X 5, RQ Q 25 if w F6 1555 BX Q if is egg Aoi HQMMINJS 1 E V9 gf 93-4 5 vi? E Q4 gs fs N EA f W L ful S I Q , KOQYS 1 Q? wwf riff fm 6453 ggi' if -elf W iaenz 5 , jj auf W5 K IX WMM jj QW QV DWI: if MW Nb K, QQ Q Q M ww WH 1 ff"'?'W?f'QP"'7 e WQSSQQ BASSE. :W EQ YQ, M466 A3152 Z www ff :NNW wxwdj il Q? QS' ef ff if My 90711 wfil1Wf?1,V, ag?E is A P9 ' XM1HM MM mm WK Qlfwg YH LW?KQgOVY9f Ckr'fL W xcfgbop SN ' Q 52101, 64 M ,H H C9442 fb 5 fC9OME,zy W Q45 :V Merry Christmas 1978 Best Wishes to All LIVINGSTONS' PHARMACY R 1 ,. r 1 ' .x sg H" I fat, , 2 nk.. ,L FP, S - 1 A ,f ' U 1 V, ??,.sL . Y V Af if, 4 ' 'mi Best Wishes to the Class of '79 LOWELL REAL ESTATE Best Wishes to the Class of ' 79 VIKING ELECTRONICS N Eastham Best Wishes to the Class of ' 79 ORLEANS EXON Student Council C. Long, L. Oringer, L. VanNorman, J. Yonce, C. Kreber, E. Stewart. Row 2: E. Blatchford, R. Barlett, A. Brier, A. Whelan, E. Yonce, A. Lajoie, R. Fancy, A. Benz, M. Arsenalt. Row 3: Advisor-Mr. Chamber- lain, D. Fulcher, G. Beals, C. Gibson, C. Moore, G. Collins, N. Michell, C. White, A. Packett, D. Charles, D. Giese. Missing: L. Chisholm, K. Cole, T. Chipman, P. Walwer, D. Hancock, E. Benz, K. Sullivan, C. Galazzi, L. Chase. Student Advisory Council L. Bartlett, J. Mayo, L. Sullivan, E. Blatchford, C. Thompson. Audio Visual Aides R. Blakely, Advisor-Mr. Collins, K. Higgins, C. Griem, M. Dauphinee, R. Gill Good Luck to the Class of ' 79 TRUE VALUE HARDWARE Compliments of SOUTH WELLFLEET GENERAL STORE AFS Back Row, L-R; E. Howard, P. Scrivani, D. Geise, K.Meldahl.C. Price, M. Sullivan, L. Bumps, C. Gibson, D. Mazzeress, H. Moulton, C. Pearlman, M. Daley, K. Able, A. Lajoie, N. Perry, L. Oringer Middle, L-R; L. Houston, T. Condit, John Rivers, advisor, P. Higgins, D. Veit, D. Osgood, S. Cook, K. Campbell, J. Hamilton Front, L-R; J. Robinson, A. Dubois, C. Kreber Missing: D. Hancock Compliments of FONTEAU’S SPORTING GOODS 67 Alternative Learning Group Row 1: Peggy O ' Hara, Christine Ozon, Brenden Morgen Row 2: Sharon Cook, Miss Schoenbaum, Leslie Quiroga, Chris Chamberlain Senior Class Officers Elise Blatphford - Secretary Dan Geise - President Allison Benz - Treasurer Tim Mooney - Vice President Newspaper Row 1: Cindy Pearlman Esther Howard Mr. Fraser, Adviser Row 2: Tanu Merchant Beth Aiken Mark Manta full kjry mk k ■ m at lyy ■ fm fif Mm " wJEt ■Mi Health Careers Club Row 1: Dawn Berry Lisa Mckim Chris Barrio Betty Rogers Lydia Vivante Mrs. Wiatrowski: Advisor Row 2 Cheryl Long Sally Pike Heidi Pearl Business Club Seated Pam Holmberg Donna Demetri, Adviser Becky Cary Wendy Wiley Standing: Anne Rioux Sue Murphy Missing: Kelly Bronsdon Katrina Olson Good luck to the Class of ' 79 LEMA’S MARKET — Wellfleet Best Wishes to All The Light Garden 1978-1979 National Honor Society Fourth Row: Robert Milbier, adviser: C. Chamberlain; t. Mooney; C. Thompson; K. King; B. Perreault; R. Hooper; G. Velie; J. Mayo; M. Mellor; K. Meldahl. Middle Row: D. Malone; G. Brogi; R. Bartlett; C. Clark; D. Goss; M. Hale; R. Freeman; C. Ozon; A. Benz; D. Mazzarese; C. Gibson; H. Moulton. Second Row: T. Carey; K. Baskin; A. Dubois; L. Ford; D. Osgood; T. Paget; K. Abel; M. Thomas; First Row: M. Verdery; J. Hirschberg; L. Roberson; D. Durgin; A. Whitelaw; C. Pearlman; L. Oringer Missing from Photo: L. Atkins; M. Daley; L. Dalpe; B. Kaeselau; R. Kull; K. Aiken; S. Beswick; H. Brace; L. Griffith; D. Hancock; C. Malone; A. Packett; C. Price; R. Santos; and M. Sullivan. « f- " 4- t| y jrV ' « • tspn j A 1 jHk S K ■ S| If jt Officers: Leslie Oringer: Secretary Chris Chamberlain: Vice President Leslie Atkins: President John Mayo: Treasurer Induction Ceremony Character Scholarship Leadership Service Compliments of THE WORLD OF WATSON’S Orleans - Harwichport 69 Band Left to Right- R. Mead, A. Packett, J. Higgins, F. James: Director, L. Lunden, B. Andrews, K. Campbell. Top Row-Left to Right: R. Hooper, A. Jordan, A. Lunden, J. Gessford, L. Dorval, M. Hempel.L. Nelson, P. Scrivani, G. Collins, D. Balion, E. Nagy, K. Almeida, F. James: Director. Middle Row- C. Rutherford, B. Andrews, R. Price, R. Hazen T. Davis, M. Beatty, M. Goss, L. Hitchcock, L. Leroy, D. Milton, L. Lunden, R. Mead, C. Rapose. Bottom Row: A. Mills, K. Campbell, L. Price, J. Filliman, B. Cavallini, A. Packett, J. Higgings, R. Wayde, D. Goss, C. White. Brass Ensemble Band Officers 70 Chorus Front Row: E. Milliken. W. Wiley. S. Crosby. C. Stevens. Row 2: S. Ubro. A. Barnard L Bumps R Murphy. E. Howard. T. Condit Row 3: R. Condit. L. Still. B. Cary. K Ws o 7 L Dalpe, R. Hazen J ' ' Mary Ellen Fuller directs the Christmas Concert Madrigal Group K. Walorz. R. Condit. L. B cs. E. Hov a c. S. Croscy. _ Da ze » • •« . 4-avri ' - •» r i " ■frtaHg - 9y JHL ■ r ' v l y jgMWi fil -l. HK v ■ J t if 1 " Ml £ - V J ■i T artuffe Cast Of Tartuffe Michael Mellor Cheryl Horton Audrey Fontneau Helen Moulton Julie Bridgwood Luther Bumps Chris Gibson David Hancock Charles Price Michael Sullivan Dick Syvanen Mark Safner Compliments of BAY COLONY Federal Savings and Loan Association 1029 Route 28, S. Yarmouth, MA 02664 Director: Virginia Emerson » r f I I Woody Allen he ain’t. Drama Night Above: Charles Price rages at Chris Gibson in “Lion in Winter”. Right: Charles Price again! This time he charms Amy Fad- ley with his rendition of “Love Song” from “Pippin”. 74 There, there Arlyn, I’m not that gorgeous. Mike Mellor’s “Ralph” really knocked ’em dead. Compliments of THE CAPE COD BANK AND TRUST ,.4 Drama 1 2 y. First Row; Left to Right; K. Baskin, T. Carey, A. Founteau, M. Robes, C. Price, C. Kole, C. Gibson, L. Walker, D. Infield, M. Munsey Second Row; L. Bumps, J. Bridgewood, D. Crary,, M. Parent, R. Wright, T. Merchant, A. Fadley, K. Coombs, E. Yonce, T. Gamier, C. Thomas Third Row; I. Whitelaw, I. Cremieu-Alcan, L. Quir, L. Robinson, J. Quinn, L. Price, B. Cavalini, A. Clifford, A. Whitelaw, L. Oringer, M. Cordeiro, Fourth Row; Mikhail, C. Ellis, J. Yonce, C. White, R. Earle, K. Meldahl, D. Giese, D. Charles, P. LaPiana, M. Daley, D. Syvanen, D. Mazaresse, M. Safner Hiding In Costume Room; David Hancock “The knave of hearts, he stole the tarts!” Clappa Yo’ Hands!!! Row 1; S. Klahne, C. White, P. Norair, J. Zollinger, C. Ellis, L. Ford, Row 2; A. Dubois, C. Kreber, R. Earl Row 3; Miss Herbst, Mrs. Walker (advisors), G. Brogi, R. Mather, D. Fulcher, A. Packett, C. Chamber- lain, L. McKim, C. Ozon, C. Kalinick, J. Mayo Row 4; G. Beals, M. Arsenault, B. Millette, B. Aiken, G. Richards, D. Kuhn Yearbook s■. ' - rv N . WSf£-T .. -TiQf S vpSr v 1 I . if 3-C COPYSHEET • Fit all body copy, caption and identification for a single 2 When copysheet is complete, tear off top tab. discard payb on one 3-C copysheet, If possible Do not remove top tab or carbons until copysheet Is complete BE ACCURATE - COR¬ RECTIONS COST TIME AND MONEY! 1 Sj»e sample 3-C copysheet shown m Prep Booh for detailed instructions carbons Send white and yellow copies to publisher Retain pink copy for your records 3 In an emergency you may use plain white typing paper with two carbon copies Order additional 3-C copysheets on the re-order card in your Editor ' s Kit 40 45 50 55 60 CHARACTERS 48 54 60 66 72 TO THE INCH NAUSET TIDES STAFF Co-Editors: Amy Dubois Ceal Kreber Senior Formal Editor: Chris Ozon Senior Informal Editors: Ceal Kreber Amy Dubois Peter Rice Underclassmen Editors: Dale Fulcher Lisa McKim Faculty Editor: Duncan Kuhn Photography Editor: Paul Scrivani Sports Editor: Sue O ' Neil Business Managers: Leslie Atkins Chris Chamberlin Art Work: Ginny Beals Lisa Roberson Janet Crary Amy Lajoie Organization Editor: Chris Kalinick Layout Staff: Sean Baker, Faythe Collins, Colleen Hogan, Eric Nagy, Elise Ford, David Hancock, Michael Gessford, Luther Bumps Business Staff: Barbara Atkins, Pam Holmberg, Kathy Aiken Alan Packett, Gail Brogi, Beth Millette, Beth Aiken, Becky Cary, Geoff Richards, John Rubman, John Zollinger, Chris White, Katie Hamilton, Colleen Hogan, Sue O ' Neil. 1979 Yearbook Color Contest Winners: Tibby Kull, Jeff Richards, Paul Scrivani Cover Design By: Michael Mellor Advisors: Linda Herbst and Robin Walker SCHOOL NAME AND ADDRESS SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS Naus et Reg ional H igh School JOB NO 18142 PAGE NO. 77 i-VlW ' Jv " Junior Senate Front: T. Paget, L. Oringer, K. Cole Back: C. Thompson, S. Beckman, R. Santos, G. Loomis Senior Senate (Left to Right): D. Kutcher, K. Meldahl, G. O’Brian, J. Crary, P. Rice, J. Bridgwood, M. Gessford Best Wishes to the Class of ' 79 HOBBY HUT PATRONS Charles and Evelyn Beals The Brother Automotive Dave and Lisa The Dubois Family Warren F. and Marilyn A. Dyer Mr. and Mrs. James C. Killian Helen Kreber Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kuhn Jeanne Lawless, Sr. Dr. and Mrs. John B. LeRoy Silas Luhmann Mr. and Mrs. Alfred R. Mills Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nickerson Floyd and Evelyn Pickard The Pretty Vacants Mr. and Mrs. M. Radlhammer Mr. and Mrs. Roger Reid Mr. and Mrs. Francis Roberson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tibbits Mr. and Mrs. Francis Verdery Mr. and Mrs. Michael Walker i( f: i Good Luck to the Graduating Class From NICKERSON HOMES, INC. Compliments of WELLFLEET NEWS STORE Main St., Wellfleet 80 | ok e,r$»r| Kathy Aiken John Allard Scott Andrews Barbara Atkins Robin Avery Glenn Baker Robin Bassett Scott Beckman Scott Beswick Don Beusee Jim Botsford David Boundy Heidi Brace Tim Buhler Andy Bunzick Mark Buttkus Beth Carpenter Pete Caye Dylan Charles Russell Chipman Tina Chipman Debbie Clark Ann Clifford Glenn Collins Kathy Coombs Tom Cuningham v • ♦ Mark Dauphinee Tammy Davis Tristine Davis Kelly Dial Scott Doane David Doddridge Steve Dubois Buzzy Emond Ron Fancy Ken Freeman Jim Fulcher Michael Gallant Patty Gallant John Ganss Becky Gifford Randy Gill Dan Glucksman Julie Grenier David Grew Chris Griem Leslie Griffith Mike Hale Jane Hall Jenny Hamilton Ken Higgins David Hancock T " Phyllis Higgins Todd Higgins Colleen Hogan Scott Homemer Crettiev-Alcon Isabblle Chris Jalbert David Jalbert Drew Jamison Amy Jordan Tammy Joyce Jim Kaser Kenyon Keyes Lynn Kiele Walter King Lynda Linnell Juanita Long Glenn Loomis Lisa Lunden Maureen Mahoney Mike Mahoney Jennifer Maker Cyndi Malone Chris Martin Ginger Mayo John McCully Danny McEnaney Kim Mead -% ■ ' - mm Ted Millette Gail Montgomery Brian Moran Mary Mullen mm Lise Nelson Jane Newcomb Janet Newcomb Chris Nickerson Eric Olkola Bill Olson Joe O’Neil Leslie Oringer Sue Ozon Alan Packett Therese Paget Troy Palmer Terry Park Cindy Peariman Tracy Peters Ingrid Peterson Natalie Pope Charles Price Robin Quick David Quinn Kathy Quist Jon Renolds ' (•iffw W f vw-Vi. u.- - Mike Rhodes Geoff Richards Mike Richardson Janice Robes Keith Rose Kim Rotti Chris Rutherford Tammy Sanders Bob Santos Tom Schlienler Paul Scrivani Celeste Shipman Bruce Simonds Katherine Smith Scott Smith Mark Sweetser Richard Syvonen Jennifer Taylor Missy Thomas Chris Thompson Brian Tilton Bryan Totman Abby Tubman Courtney Vautrinout Gregg Velie Richard Verfaille •V. Jim Wragg Eileen Yonce Al Youngren Tony Zehnder Jim Morton Tom Gusto David Mazzarese Class Officers - top row: Missy Thomas; Tina Chipman bottom row: Kim Mead; David Hancock Patty Walwer Jenny Warren Laura Wennergeren Arlyn Whitelaw Wendy Wiley Chris Adams David Adams Chris Anderson t Bobby Andrews Scott Anthony Maryellen Arsenaul Mary Avellar Heidi Badger Dan Baker Debbie Balanoff Karl Barrio Lauren Baskin Marcy Bassett Tom Beaton Martha Beattie Bruce Beaulieu r Eddie Benz Tracy Berto Alex Beswick Mark Bettencourt Linda Beusee Janis Bodamer Allison Brier Lisa Brown Mark Burnham Jack Buzia ’I |V ' y(V John Cameron Leona Carey Margerat Carroll Sean Caswell Barbara Cavallini Mary Clark Debbie Clappier Royale Condit Mary Lou Cordeiro Ted Croft Hilarie Crosmen Louis Csoky Paul Daley Todd Dennison Carolyn Dick Marlene Dickson Mike Donahue Terry Doucette Sean Doyle Ralph Earle Mary Emmons Scott Emond Chris Erikson Tony Estrada Amy Fadlesy Cora Fellers 89 I Laurie Felt Audrey Ferragame Debbie Fleming Jorie Fleming Brian Foley Lexa Ford Bobby Fratus Lee Gallagher Jean Gessford Maria Giese Lottie Gilmore Darryl Gove Guy Grant Mark Griffin Elizabeth Griffith Scott Griffith Lisa Hall Julie Hamilton Dee Harris Missy Hatch Jennifer Hawkes Richard Hazen Joe Hemmings Jane Hersey Laura Heyde Mark Heyde 90 • ' Jennifer Higgins Paul Hogg Mitchell Horton Holly Houk Daniela Infield Peter Jensen Chris Joans Jay Jorgensen Don Kachka Kervin Kahn Steve Kalinick Mchelle Killian Bill King Claire Knowles Sam Kotis David LaBranche David Lamparti John Lawless Mark Leckey Denise Lee Sandi Libro Anne Lohan Maggie Loranger Andrea Lunden Mark Manta Robyn Marciezyk ... k rww r i ... Peggy Martin Kay Maxner Peter McCully Matt McPartland Duanne Mead Christy Meffen Terry Miller Patricia Millin Al Mills Janet Mitchell Lisa Montgomery Carol Moore Cathy Murphy Mike Nagle Eric Nagy Sean Nevin Darryl Nickerson Paul Nickerson Mark Osgood Phil Painter Robin Palmer Claudia Penzarella Glen Perron Kevin Perry Mark Peters Lloyd Pickard Sherry Proia 92 „-4 I. f ■ • . Wendy Pugsley Jimmy Quinn Julie Rabbitt Jody Rapose Willie Renolds Laura Richardson Ann Rioux Sue Rioux Cathy Roberts Deidre Robinson Melanie Roderick Lisa Rotti Steve Savonen Jamie Sheerin Jill Sherman Karen Shipman Karen Silva Charlie Smith Doug Steward Kevin Sullivan Beth Sylva Marie Tartaglia Linda TenBroek Sue Tingley Casey Thomas Anne Thompson Lisa Thompson Craig Trembley Jon Tubman 1 Dee Trautz Lynn VanNorman Sheri Vaughan Pete Vogt Laurie Walker Kim Walorz Clyde Walsh Mark Walsh Fred Walters Simeon Watson Anne Whelan Heather White Dawn Wikstrom Jill Wragg Stacia Young Sue Young Ben Zehnder Class officers left to right: Peter Janssen; Carolyn Dick; Kevin Sulliven; Eddie Benz Beth Aiken Ken Almeida Mary Avery Shaun Baker Darryl Balian Kristine Barrio Lisa Bartlett Diane Beau lieu Dawn Berry Kate Beswick Christopher Blackwell Dawn Bodamer Duane Boucher Virginia Boundy Scott Branco Pam Brogi Lauralee Brown Lori Brown Todd Bunzick Chris Carboni Bob Carey Melinda Carey Andrea Carleton Bill Caron Teresa Cavazos Art Cestaro ' T. Lisa Chase Holly Chipman Eileen Clark Peter Clark Kevin Clayton Chuck Ering Richard Farrell Judy Filliman Andy Foreman MaryJo Franzago Faith Collins Edwin Crary Shelia Crosby Jenny Crosman Heather Cullium Sue Curtis Jim Darling Stephanie Dauphinee Carol Davis Paul Dick Kelly Doon Lisa Dorval Paul Dubois Audrey DuCharme Chris Ellsasser Laurie Fulcher Gino Furlano I Chris Galazzi Debbie Gallant Ted Gambos Steve Gifford Matt Goss Linda Gasper Katy Hamilton Robin Harwood John Hayes Mary Hayes Greg Hall Matt Hempel Coby Hildreth Lisa Hill Leslie Hitchcock Adam Houck Hayley Houston Robin Hughes Steve Hurd Janice Ide Holly Jamison Chris Janson Brian Jennings Andy Jones Jim Jordan Darragh Joyce Joe King 97 - V.O ' - ' »“ ' ■• ' ' Marie Krikorian Martha Kroll Becky Lacasse Peter LaFrance Peter Lajoie Sandy Langlais Leslie LaPiana Daria Lamed Maria Lawless Kim MacRae Jackie Maker Wendi Marciezyk Mellissa Massey Tony Maxner Jim McCully Peter McCutchen Michael McDonald Mike McEnany Alec McGinley Dorian Mead Beth Millette Beth Milliken David Mills Debbie Milton Leanne Munoroe Scott Murdock Beth Nickerson John North 98 . «4 »t . Todd O’Brien Chris O’Donnell Liz Ohmann Jeanne O’Neil Natalie Oswalt Charlie Ozon Danny Ozon Tracy Palm Kris Palmiter Mike Parent Ted Parke Carol Parlente Heidi Pearl Karen Peluso Stephanie Penn Susie Peters Alfred Picard Sarah Pike Russell Price Ann Putnam Tommy Quinn Katie Radlhamer Jim Ramsey Mark Remington Carrie Ritchie Betty Rogers Dorian Ronan Ken Rose Becky Rosenberg Laurie Ryan Ellen Sandblom Micheal Santos Tom Schwinn Steve Scrivani Henry Shepherd Monica Shiel Lisa Simmons Dale Smith Dave Smith Dell Smith Larry Smith Melanie Smith John Starr Chris St. Aubin Joanna Stevens Eric Stewart Jenny St. Germain Lisa Stubbs Bear Tayler Dan Thompson David Tibbits Steve Tilton Laurie Tullock Libby Turnbull 100 Derek Vautrinot Doug Velie Darryl Verfaillie Lydia Vivante Kassie Warren Chris Wells Kim Wherity Ian Whitelaw Mark Wiatrowski Eric Wilson Bucky Winslow John Yonce Heidi Dyer Class officers left to right: Kevin Clay¬ ton; Lisa Bartlett; Ian Whitelaw; Cheryl Long ' . ' 4 ,. ‘M ■ : r i-i : ' ' r Chris Cooney Kathy Corcoran Anne Klimshuk Chris Nickerson Dove Taylor Debby Bedford Kris Doby Rick Hazen Barbara Jordan Mike Mahoney Shaun Rose Juniors Sophmores Freshman John Bennet Nancy Blatchford Donna Henry Cheryl Long Kathy Long Tese Stevens Camilla Valli Bev Ware John Watkins Anne-Marie Zehnder 102 ' 'S ' if , Q ' x , I 'A 1 R gf A 1 X it .l f s. s f. .y N' Y ' - 5 1 ' . ' ' A71 'fr G , , if 'ri - ' 'ia ff" ,J f u i ll Q3 3 ITT i 1 -' a . H' wk I i fmliil' X N 4" QQ "-' X , F' 'I Q 'r?Ei'+ 11,1 K .," M N : 5 ' iv Q 'rl w . 3 JT T ii If 'W uififgeli 'x wif: ii"xf , .iii ' - if A fi' A : ,f ini, ,ggi . ' ' fi I A wr s its 1' T ,K .X A , Z!! VV. If if, J fi-r V P,-' ,fiff it r X' -V N S "' X x ,' Q I Todd O'Brien Chris O'Donnell Liz Ohmann Jeanne O'Neil Natalie Oswalt Charlie Ozon Danny Ozon Tracy Palm Kris Palmiter Mike Parent Ted Parke Carol Parlente Heidi Pearl Karen Peluso Stephanie Penn Susie Peters Alfred Picard Sarah Pike Russell Price Ann Putnam Tommy Quinn Katie Radlhamer Jim Ramsey Mark Remington Carrie Ritchie Betty Rogers Dorian Ronan Ken Rose Front Row: S. Richardson, J. Palm, T. Pike, S. Theilman, M. Gessford, D. Donahue, L. Smith, G. Clark, N. Mitchell, T. Loranger, D. Sears. Back Row: S. Wragg, B. Emond, A. Youngren, J. McCully, D. Charles, S. Dubois, D. Hancock, R. Fancy, Coach Jac k Dona¬ hue. Roster (Varsity A Boy’s) Barnstable 1 1 Nauset Cape Tech 3 3 P-Town 0 11 Harwich 1 4 Chatham 3 3 " M. V. 0 7 Sandwich 5 1 Cape Tech 0 3 " P-Town 0 2 " Harwich 14 “ Chatham 2 4 M. V. 0 7 Sandwich 0 2 KUA 1 2 SandwietA ' r k 0 Nauset 1 Acton-Boxborc 4 Nauset 1 Roster - Girls Soccer Nauset Medfield 8 0 Masconomet 4 3 Scituate 0 5 Norwell 0 6 Harwich 0 11 Duxbury 1 2 Cape Tech 1 8 Scituate 0 4 Norwell 0 5 Cape Tech 0 1 Harwich 0 4 Duxbury 0 2 Tourney: Brookline Medfield Front Row: H. Brace, G. Mayo, C. Knowles, H. Houston, C. Dick, S. Young, C. Doyle, T. Palm, S. Young. Back Row: Coach Bob Rice, H. White, A. Lo- han, M. Tartaglia, L. Baskin, J. Newcomb, J. Newcomb, T. Paget, A. Benz, L. Bartlett. Front Row: C. Trembley, S. Nevin, C. Barrio, E. Benz, M. Rose, C. Kalinick, S. An¬ thony, P. Painter. Back Row: D. LaBranche, C. Thomas, J. Buzia, D. McEnany, D. Mead, M. Osgood, T. Cunningham, D. Syvanen, K. Walsh, K. Sullivan, Coach David Brown. •- WW Top Scorers: S. Rose and E. Benz Front Row: J. Fleming, B. Fiero, A. Klimshuck, J. Bridgewood, S. Wilcox. Back Row: C. Malone, D. Harris, A. Whelan, M. Cor- diero, L. Wennergren. Freshmen Roster 7 Wins - 2 Losses Top Scorers Chris Ellsasser David Tibbitts Front Row: P. Dubois, D. Mills, P. Lajoie, J. Me Cully, E. Ellsasser, B. Winslow, D. Tibbitts, M. McEnaney, D. Christopher. Back Row: Coach Tom Quimby, D. Vautri- not, B. Jennings, B. Shepherd, L. Smith, C. Wells, D. Verfaillie, B. Taylor, P. Me Cutchen, S. Branco, E. Crary, K. Rose (Manager). Cross Country Coach Joe Walorz, J. Higgens, N. Oswalt, B. Ware, M. Massey, L. LaPiana, R. Bartlett. In Cage: R. Perkins, D. Sullivan, T. Parke, B. War¬ ren, S. Griffith, R. Farrel, C. Thompson, T. Buhler, P. Dick, T. Fates. Missing: H. Pearl, J. O’Neil, M. Hayes •IP wm Me ■ . 4 Wins - 2 Losses Cape and Islands League Meet Champions - Second overall in League!!! Three Top Runners: Chris Thompson Russ Bartlett Toby Fates in | iJ ■ - Back Row: M. Arsenault, R. Mather, Coach Barbara Chako, L. Chisolm, K. Abel, K. Radlehammer. Middle Row: A. Lajoie, D. In¬ field, M. Loranger, M.Thomas. Bottom Row: J. Maker, J. Maker, G. Beals, E. Blatchford, K. Cole. Back Row: K. Warren, H. Chipman, N. Blachford. Middle Row: K. Radlehammer, J. Filliman, G. Boundy, J. Maker, E. Sand- blom, R. Harwood, S. Higgins. Front Row: L. Carey, A. Carle- ton, L. Bartlette, M. Arsenault, Coach N. Monk, M. Carey, J. Sherman, L. Turnbull. Left to Right: M. Safner, J. McCully, C. Thompson, P. McCully, B. Totman, S. Beals, D. Bownedy, T. Savage, B. Warren, A. Youngren, B. Emond. Inside Left to Right: P. Caye, Coaches: Jim Packett, Leo Miller, Robert Masterson, Manager: S. Merdock. Boys Varsity Basketball Wins - Ties - Loses 8 - 3-0 --- .Qy. ; Girls Varsity Basketball Top Row: Mr. White (coach) S. Young, L. Baskin, T. Berto, T. Davis, K. Mead, J. Newcomb, M. Tartaglia, S. Young, J. Hawks (manager) Bob Rice (assistant coach). Bottom Row: J. O’Brien A. Benz, R. Mather, L. Newcomb. Record: Overall W L 9 - 8 League W L 8 - 5 “Getting set for the shot” “Train of concentration is not broken even after the “hack”” Basketball Cheerleaders Top; M. Kroll, S. Wilcox, R. Quick. Back row; K. Shipman, D. Fulcher, M. Emmons. Floor; A. Whelan, T. Chipman, R. Cordeiro L. LaPiana, M. Cordeiro. Gymnastics Row 1; C. Anderson, M. Ryder, H. Chipman. Row 2; J. Fleming, D. Harris. Row 3; Coach-Mrs. Campbell, M. Dickson H. Hauck, K. Able, D. Barry, C. Malone, Assistent Coach-Miss Chako. On Floor; L. Fulcher, J. Gessford. in Back Row: B. Tilton, G. Kaser, D. Sullivan, T. Bulher, L. Bumps B. Taylor, S. MacDonald. Front Row: T. MacDonald, D. Smith, P.Dick, R. Bartlett, D. Duff, S. Doyle, F. Bonfini. Missing: Jon Joyal. 112 Freshmen Basketball Lmx Awjsf V r f § My Back Row: D. Vautrinot, J. McCully, C. Wells, D. Ver- faille, D. Smith, J. Starr, L. Smith, D. Thompson, S. North, T. O’Brien, E. Stewart. Front Row: P. Lajoie, Coach Jim Pack- ett, C. Ellsasser. Record: League 10-0 Overall 15-2 Boys J.V. Basketball Back Row: E. Benz, T. Dennison, B. Bearse, C. Walsh, A. Haze, M. Walsh, D. McEnaney, M. Os¬ good, K. Sullivan, C. Thomas, D. LaBranche, M. Griffin, T. Miller. Front Row: M. Bettencourt. Coach-Bob Masterson, S. Kalinick Record: Overall League 11-6 11-3 Girls J.V. Basketball Top Row: Coach Bob Rice, G. Boundy, J. Higgins (manager) C. Warren, J. Maker, R. Harwood. Bottom Row: C. Ritchie C. Knowles, C. Moore, C. Dick. Missing: B. Nickerson, H. Houston, H. Dyer. Record: League 8-6 113 J Ice Hockey Back Row: Coach J. Austin, B. Andrews, S. Nevin, J. Quinn, J. Hemmings, J. Lawless, J. Wragg, M. Donahue, E. Wilson, S. Emond, Coach J. Donahue. Bottom Row: S. Anthony, J. Campana, T. Loranger, S. Wragg, D. Donahue, T. Mooney, C. Berto, R. Fancy. 114 fAAGhJJ H£S ISPOKTS fruuSTBBEo k J -I 1 1 xT- HoTDO£|5 SAL£ M ' 4 THE M CLASS ±3 79 Lorn Dalphe Steve Thielman Andy Payne Matthew Yonce Isabelle Cremieu-Alcan Stacy Jackson Esther Howard Dan Geise Memories ANDREW PAYNE: The Prince of Brewster, Jorge of Czechoslovakia, Muscle Mouth, Wild and Crazy guy, Activities: Band 1,2, and 4; track 3,4; physics with Zoll. Disco-“are we really here?”; gym with my Czech brother 6 period; ‘‘those crazy American foxes”, study hall 3rd period; anti Neil puns. Memories: ‘‘Yea, I remember Harvy’s Pond”; Doug’s skiff boarding last summer; the best; ‘‘Come on John,” The road is too busy, Doug. You and Brad better get out and stop the traffic. ‘‘Saturday Night: ‘‘Let’s go to the comber and P.T.P. Hey J.B.,D.B., A.B. Hyannis every weekend the summer of ' ll. 9-2-78 it’s only the beginning.” If I catch one of you talking one more time, remember Natali.” ‘‘Out of the entire staff of Watson’s, you have been chosen” “Watch Out. What did you say? Never mind.” O.S., J.M., D.R., J.Z., R.V., N.M., N.P., H.C., T.G. Favorite sayings: “Woody, Woody”, “get Down”; “I didn’t even see that one, did you?” “Crusing speed”; “Warp 1”. ISABELLE CREMIEU-ALCAN: Friends, the French girl won’t forget you. 4 months, that was too short. Anyway the wind blows . . . dreamy Phyllis. C’etait vraiment chouette, Chris! Tanu, too bad you couldn’t laugh with my brother! Australia isn’t that far away from New Caledonia, Brendon . . . Muchos besos Leslie AFS! Thanks everyone, I love you all — the people I have known during this end of 78! Special memories to all the ALG students John R., and also to all the french speaking people of Cape Cod. I have enjoyed the rides late in the night, the days in Boston or Hyannis, and also Phyllis, Chris 0. Marty, Becky .. . playing the piano, the discos! Little rainbow of Halloween night... Nostalgia is not what it used to be ... Dreaming Sweet 16!! Isabelle. KATHIE ROSE: Pickles, Hey you, space case, Favorite sayings: shut your face, I’m busting out of here, got to go back to the warden, here comes the cookie truck. Trivia: theme songs, laughing, being spoon fed cling peaches, going nuts, being ignored, my pet limb, having fun with D.R. and J.W. during lunch, I see the beach but were’s the water? crusing, Charlie the ghost, throwing things, bad humor, dozing off, visiting spaceland, Thanks to Bonerac Roooh and all the other lunatic escapes for getting me out of here, sane(which is questionable). DEBBIE SIMMONS: Field Hockey 2,3; Gymnastics 1,2; Track 1,2. “Jimmy X 2” My love to both - forever!! CC’s house, 10 30 76, 10 3 78, “Concerts - especially J. Geils. J.W. I’ll always be ready for Rds. 2,3 and 4 if you are. Also Carrie and the PS when we found out one and one = three. Bakers Pond. New Years ' ll Hey Moe, remember the WB. My shorts w Starsky and Hutch. Kay maybe someday we’ll be relatives. Summer ' ll was and summer of ’79 will be. (C.D., J.C., D.S.) Many memories with Robyn I’ll never forget. To all my friends . . . Happiness, Peace, Love forever. Much love to my parents for being there. Good luck to my sister Lisa. I leave to be with Jimmy; we’ve only just begun. Life is what you make it JAMIE HIBBS: Swimming; Bingo Wednesday nights; Partying with friends; life; workstudy; Montreal in the suumer; Laurinos with Brenda. “Bet Me”, “Oh Really”,, “I don’t want to be here”. Thanks to family and Brenda for all the support this year. DEBORAH ROBINSON: One year too long at N.R.H.S. thank god I’m outta here ... so many different high schools, so psyched for college-78 was great. Bye Choate, Hello L.A. - 6 months of California party life, always Mark A. Hating to leave . . . then summertime, too many flings — Don, Lee, Petef, Joel, Mark, Leighton, Joe and then Jim, Karl.Sticking Mary with Pete(but he was cute) getting left behind, singing too loud, car troubles Squire with Mary, Michelle, SueG. and sometimes Cheryl; flirting, meeting all sorts, beaching taboos, giggles, hangovers, cruising with Winnie, mini vega, getting bagged-Tufts Party with C.H., M.P., and what’s his name, Camebridge life!! Down with Land Ho, right Lynne? Ms. Piggy, Laura at least we know were our men are, M.T. bag him. Kristen Scott(2nd parents?) Study Hall with M. Toner, digger, Tessie dear(N.T.U.T.B.R.), arguements, losing the show, being a spaz, Florida, (K.B.) (L.C.J.), (R.Q.) Laura, Lynne, Therese and especially Kristin good luck next year you ' ll need it!! M.P. and M.M. thanks for helping, Mom and Dad sorry for the numerous hassles. BRENT WARREN: Early times Miller timer; all the road trips in the van, lets break out Muf; Many thanks and good wishes to G.O., T.D., R.T.; Activities: Baseball 1-4; Cross Country 3,4; I leave Nauset with all the things I should have done but didn’t. Best Wishes to the Class of ’79 Cape Wide Automotive Compliments of FULLERS PACKAGE STORE, INC. Hilltop Plaza, Orleans • ' ■ sfen «!« •►- Memories STEVEN BEALE: Steve, Bealesy. Activities: soccer 1,2,3; Basketball 1-4, Capt. 4; C l Champs; Baseball 1-4; A.F.S. 3. Thanks to Mr. Miller for all the help he has given me in finding a college, and to Chamberlin for chemistry and biochemistry. SIS. Rock Harbor lighthouse w S.P. REGIS TESSON: Nicknames: Re, Twiggy, J.J. Hobbies: Rob, Serendipity, sewing, walking, nature, animals. Sayings: Be serious, Seriously, “Get your feet down”. I, Regis Tesson want to especially thank Mr. Bakker for getting me through history. I also want to wish K.H. D.T., D.R., P.H., A.B., L.S., H.S. the best of luck in the future. And I leave my younger sister the math class that Mr. Killam supposedly taught. GOOD LUCK!!! PAMELA HOLMBERG: Pam, Pruney, Stretch, 2-tall. Softball 2 3. Hobbies: Billy, Partying, Nature, Cruising, Memories, WELLFLEET, W.H. Drive-In, P-town gang, Friends, and Life. Favorite Sayings: Do it up, Book it!, Speak to me Lipchen, Dream On. Dedications: I, Pam Holmberg, leave Mr. Gray many thanks much appreciation for all he has done for me. I leave Ree, Kathy and Dee many years of friendship and luck, and I thank them for helping me make it through all our years together. CATHY DOYLE: oh, well; What ever!! Sailing at night; psyched for the weekend; Munch out with DF, CK, AD, LM; Never knowing what’s going on!; French Fries; Being driven insane by Jess and Kyle; DF don’t forget the speaker at D.I.; Where is Great Island?; Kreb. “Check it out’’; You fool!; Good Luck to my soccer buddies; Thanks to Mrs. Walker for making me a lawful citizen; “What a bummer”; Checking out BD’s house: THANKS to all my friends for trying to understand; I’ll never turn a Wellfleetian or a mudrake! “What a Rush”; Mr. D, Mr. Rice, Mrs. Longo, and Mr. K thanks for everything. Hold fast to your dreams for through them you will be able to fly. BRENDA GALLANT: Activities: workstudy, N.S.P., camping, Nauset Beach, dancing, partying, V.B. on friday nights. Good times with the Beltis Clan and the B.R.S. Favorite sayings: no clue, Really, you jerk, let’s get out of here. Nauset gave me nothing but bad memories. Thanks to my family and friends who helped me through those bad times. CHRIS WADE: Wade, Big C. Drama 1.2V6; surfing 1; skateboarding 1,2,3,4; Nauset Woodsman 1,2,3,4. Trivia: making skateboards, poolriding, surfing, my chevy. Favorite sayings: What time does this class get over? I Chris Wade leave this school knowing full well that I haven’t been bagged with my skateboard half as many times as V.B. caught me with it. JOAN WHITTEN: Getting stuck in big puddles with S.S., watching Soap Opera’s, which S.P. and P.H. got me hooked on! Really all I want to say is thank you, to all my friends, but most of all thank you Steve and Mon and Dad. I leave Mrs. Demetri one File Cabinet!!! Compliments of Cape Cod’s Finest Fashion Shop BETH BISHOP Compliments of GIGI’S SHOE REPAIR Cove Road, Orleans 119 Peter S. Rice Am Mike Gessford Cecilia Kreber Compliments Of Best of everything to the Class of ' 79 from the ORLEANS INN OF THE YANKEE FISHERMAN Memories CECILIA C. KREBER: Ceal, Kreebie, Kreb, Keebler, Bert; Activities: Field Hockey 1, 2; Soccer 3, Track 1, 2, 3; Student Council 4; Yearbook 2, 3, 4, (Co-editor 4) A.L.G.!! Raising hell with A.D., C.D., S.O., C.B., E.B., P.R., M.G., B.D., H.G., ETC ....... Sundance, Wyo., SUMMER!! Crazed times with C.D., B.D., Co.. Mr. Brian, sunsets, moonsets stargazing, sailing at night, Being crazy laughing all the time, hyper, ICE CREAM CONES COOKIES!!! the munchouts with Amy Cathy Sue, Drinking Reunitie with Doyle! the night you went swimming, remember Cathy? Campground Beach, shooting shooting stars, Boston with Cathy (getting lost, raising hell, the bathroom), Germany, Waltham (Brian, Al, Dom), swampwalks, full moons, rainbows, working at the “S” with Cathy, long walks and talks with Amy, and Cathy, RCPJ SAM (invisible kids) Nights in White Satin. “Moody Blues’’, “Whateever!” “Who, Me?’’ “Meme lets go munch- out!’’, “Doyle what time is it?’’, “I’m confussed!’’ “Amy-Not too shabby!!!’’, Doyle, check it out!!’’, “What ' s your major malfunction’’ “I leave Coach lots of cookies, Amy Ice cream cones forever, and Doyle a Porta-A-Pottie!!” Thanks Amy and Cathy for being the best b udies I could want. Thanks everyone for just being there! Mom.XXOO. “Amy your socks are inside-out!’’ “Look to this day for yesterday is but a dream, and tomorrow a vision a vision of hope.” Bye, I ' ll miss you all! xox AMY E. DUBOIS: “Arne the Dame,” “Rosebud,” “Boxwood,” “Meme Doodimples,” “Ernie,” etc . . . Activ¬ ities: Field Hockey 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4(?), Honor Society 3, 4, Yearbook 2, 3, 4, ALG! Trivia: Rowdy with ice cream, munchkins, and green M M’s . . . my invisible kids, RCPJ Sam), toe-typing, pooh-bear, daisies, Prom night! - falling down the BIG hill! water balloon fights, waiting for Fridays, moonrise Nauset Beach B-ParTIES! mine and Pete’s favorite number, SUMMER ’78, fogging up myggoggles, laughing so hard I snort!, being with little kids, long talks with S.O., Causing trouble with Kreb for 6 years, being crazed with C.K., S.O., C.D., E.B., M.G., and P.R., favorite sayings: “Kreebie lets get ice cream,” “lefties are better,” “Hmmmm. Not too shabby!”, Ceal, you are a case,” “my socks are on inside out!” ... I leave Nauset saying thanks to all my family and friends . . . “May we always observe lifes beauty and joys through the eyes of the child with-in us.” MICHAEL BALE GESSFORD: Mike, Mikey. Soccer 1-4; Tennis 1-4; Co-Capt. 3 4; Class Pres. 1.; Vice Pres. 2; Senate 3,4; Eagle Scout. “Excellent” “I should’ve won”; Soccer 78; Discovering what Nauset pride is all about; Sailing with Mr. Q.—Screaming Banshees?; Watering trees in Chemistry; 6 milks a day; Stuff with Peter since first grade; To Elise—Words aren’t enough; Accused of making google eyes at Amy; f One can’t have enough friends—thanks to all; Tennis 79 Nauset case closed; Brendan—you’re a great brother!; To Mr. Donahue—thanks for helping me find my place.; To Jimbo I leave all the confidence he told me I always had but never found. ELISE D.B. BLATCHFORD: Elius, El, Liisie. Baseball 1, Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Captain allstar, Track 1-4, captain. “Increase the level of pain.” Student Council, Class of ' 79, Hoop stat 3-4 Favorite Sayings: Ke¬ vin, which one? In the next life. L=B3 Pete, lets hit U. Mass. Brendan baby! Kids, MIKEYYY! Brother! Trivia! Sailing in Maine, watering trees, adopted parents, painting with K.P.S., B-day parties, Nauset trackie pit crew and initation, Rocky Horror, fetal position, studies with Mike, Oh God: Track marathons, Germany, Being rowdie-Hello ' 78! Hi Mr. Donahue Being weedy with my “brothers”, Having gennerally good times with all. I leave Mr. Walorz, one case of cider suds, and a ton of cinders to replace the ones in my legs and . . Jim, a frisbee on “E”. Mr. Rice a hope. P.D. (My little bro) the inside lane of the track. Todd, a love and light, yet to be stumbled upon. And everyone and infinite amount of happiness, love and smiles. Thanks and much love to those who truly do. Just don’t forget: Milkshakes have no bones. Goodbye!!! “I shall pass through this world but once, If, therefore, . . . For I shall not pass this way again. PETER S. RICE: skinny, Rice-a-roni. Tennis 1-2-3-4- (co-captain) 3-4, S.A.C. 1, Senior Senate. Shut up Kutcher! I’m just serious! Jimbo.Nausets best coach. Erp-Amy. Put your shoes on. Amy- The pop¬ corn!!! Whistling for dogs through a P.A. No! I officially apoligize to Mrs Stout for the 4 years of wise¬ cracks Mike and I shelled her with. Thanks Mr. Smith for putting up with total chaos. Mr. C, can we water the tree’s? Ahh.Yes. The beach A.D. Crazy times with M.G., A.D., P.N., C.K., E.B.,. T.T., C.W., M.Y., B.W., T.M. Thanks everyone!!! CATHERINE DOYLE: Cathy, Doylie, D.V.D., Dewey, Mrs. Pauls, Do; Cross Country-1; Gymnastics-1,2; Soccer-2,3,4; SUMMERTIME!!; Being crazed with CEAL, Brian, Al, and Dom; Not too Shabby; Nov. 18; Campground Beach; the cloud behind Paps Gino’s; L.M. remember the Prom; Football with PR, MG, DK, AD, DK; you crazed!!; Working at the “S” Sheraton; water fights; Going to Boston with Ceal THE BRASS BELL GIFT SHOP open the Year Round BEST OF LUCK TO THE CLASS OF Brewster ' 79 THE CHEESE CORNER Orleans Shopping Plaza 121 Mary Porcari Amy LaJoie Kim Abel Lisa Chisholm Memories MARY PORCARI: field hockey 1,2,3, gymnastics 1, cheerleading 1,3,4, drama 3,4. Watching Shelly do crossword puzzles in Eng. class 4. Loving Art, dance, the beach, summer, the sun!!! and rainbows . . . Athol . . . the lake and partying, Brad, the special people and the memories I’ll never forget. MOVING-sum- mer of ' 77 high times on the beach with R.F. S.W. -London-gambling with Carole C. the Unforgettable Enterprise Hotel!! Cheering season. “Do I really have to stand on Shelly’s shoulders!!!’’ One outrageous evening with C.H., J.B., and needless to say . . . Summer of ’78 - the Beach, the Sun, the Squire!! “Willie-s”, car troubles (D.R. your a jinx) Tabu- “slow down you crazy child’’ P.L.M. adventures, Keith! soccer games with A.L.-Gino who? Long talks with M. T. thanks for listening. Crazy times with Michelle, wild evenings at C.H’s - thanks for being special you guys!! Winnie keep smiling good luck with your love life, take it easy Sue Y., take care T.L. . .To my friends, family, and everyone who is special to me . . . When the time comes that we must say good-bye and go our special ways, you will never really leave, because in my thoughts and memories you will always be-wherever I may be I will always take with me the loves and friendships I’ve had, the spur of the moment experiences, and the beautiful times that I have shared with the specialist of friends ... I leave Nauset my memory and smile to linger on . . . LISA CHISHOLM: Geish, Chiz. Activities: Field Hockey 1-4; b-ball (bench)l; cheerleader 2,3, capt. 3; stu¬ dent council 1-4; class officer 1,3; A.L.G. 4! Trivia: Summer ' 78, Dennisport, Hello to ASHLAND!! JEFF- it’s for real. Unbelievable! Hot blooded. Amy-La ... Do we know them? I’m so confused! “Hey O.B.’’ Lost weekends away, almost all nighters, veggin’ with S.W., Wed. night space cruises—A.L., K.A., and L.H. Many good times with M.U.-“Hey Mikey’’ Fizzin ' nights with the girls, laugh attacks, Chinese Food, Les¬ lies’ house. Special friends, long talks with Pete, sunsets in Eastham, being away but not alone, missing, Reunions with old friends—Doug and J.D. I leave Al Youngren short girls and lots of love! H.C. and J.M. baby powder, and Bob Rice thanks and kissed from my ugly white “PIG " dog! “They are one person, they are two alone . . . KIMLYN ABEL: Kimbies, Ablet . . Activites: Field Hockey 1 -4; gymnastics 1-4; co-capt. 4; tennis 1 - 3; stu¬ dent council, Junior Senate, ALG! Trivia: Captain, Who? Ashland, “What happened to your mother, L.C.? Al, H.S. bus with the blind, deaf, and mute guy . . faker . . Beware of Brooks . . Midnight skatingf with no skates . . HERE, Michelle? O.K. . . Tequilla, M.M.? Coasting to White Mt.’s . . . crazy cottage times . . . FINALLY found Al’s Pringles . . Bumpin ' butts with L.H. . . . “The Boy With the Moon and Star on his Head’’ . . Eyeball aches . . . Robyn, shots at Ellis? . . rock climbing . . Florida Rain—Bahama sunshine? deep dis¬ cussions over coffee w S.C. . . . FEGARO! Thanks for caring, ya egg . . Being “wild and crazy gals’’ . . “Hello? Is this you? This is me . . having excellent friends . . much love and luck to Kristin . . . We both leave Nauset . . Thanks, Wilky, and Paul T., I’m not really that SLOW!! AMY LAJOIE: Amy-La-Amie; Activities: Field Hockey 1 -4, captain 4, basketball bench 1, tennis 1 -4, class officer 1, student council 2-4, executive board 4, A.L.G.!!! Trivia: Summer of ' 76, Alison; waiting for the boat, T.B., T.L. - Ya Dud! R.F., A.B. - sharks? The brook-watch your step!! Kim’s cottage, the pizza’s done - time for pringles M.M. my famous back hand spring! LONDON, ’78 - good times with M.P., C.H., B.H., pigtails - is this our motel? I love the White Mountains S.C., K.A., let’s stay up here . . L.C. over the bridge to Grandma’s house we go . . Working at Beachside with Jean! Elfs at Christmas Time! Leslie’s house . . . pajamas at the dump - out for Chink food with the girls. Hot blooded with AShland, L.C. let’s party in a rest area! I leave Kristin a metal stick and a magnet ball, I wish my little brother best in his years at Nauset. . . they are three together . . . they are four each other.’’ MICHELLE MUNSEY: Munz. Field Hockey 1; Basketball 2,3; Softball 1 - 4; Drama 3,4. So many good times with Amy L., Kim A., Lisa C., Mary P. All nighters at Kim’s Cottage and Kristin’s House. Falling in brooks with K.A. and A.L. (Kim’s house midnight; Ashfield - alright Lajoie—your next!) Munching out with KA - a whole loaf of bread or was that crumbcake? Paper Cups - couldn’t be real Dunfey’s with A.L. and K.A.— movie stars Mary P. and the summer of 78 - wild! Now where has Debbie gone? OH God! Willie Who?-32. Crazy-Oh-5. “Thanks for the ride Chiz!’’ Partying in the weirdest places with M.P., S.G., J.G., C.H.,,.laugh¬ ing —it’s great! Being crazy, loving dancing, the beach, sakting, motorcycles! Skiing?! I’m psyched! Sue Y. Take it easy, kid. A.L. and K.A., get psyched for the Bahamas! All my love to J.M.-You’re Great! Thanks, Mrs. Emerson—I had fun!! I leave Mr. Rice my laughter and smile —It’s been real. I wish to thank my family, especially m y mother, for all the love and understanding she’s given me. “Remember the past, Enjoy the present, Look forward to the future.’’ Bye Nauset . . . World, here I come! Yeeeeeha!!!! 123 ■BwamoHMi Tracy Loranger 124 Compliments Of CAPE CODE REALTY AND BUILDING OF WELLFLEET CELTIC CORNERS Memories CHERYL HORTON: Drama 3,4, B.Ball cheering 2,3, Soccer cheering 3,4, Too Tall? Party problems with Cleo. Baha! M.P. B.H. promtime war (T.L. you wretch!!) Thankz for the “Dates” T.L G.C. Hey Glenn still just friends right? Too Bad! Can’t say I didn’t try. Julie’s love life—I give up! License time a cause of many adventures Recall All? Perverted talks with M.P., J.B., S.W., L.W., (Thanks for the tips guys!!) Lon¬ don just one big party. Mary and Julie “Needless to say I’m censored!!” “Yuk Yuk Yuk” Summer 77-78 the Nauset beach crew—prepared!! Those Green bergs! See ya’II summer 79 for wild times con’t. Cos- ciousness troubles at concerts and plays. Thanks to all my saviors. Locked out with M.P. S.W., Mary and Debbie remember buzz nights and one in particular—Bagged! A Jinx D.R.? How wild was that night T.L.? Mary T, and adventures to come, Michelle and old times, and most of all Mary P. Don’t ever lose touch! Tufts adventure and more to come Goodbye Mitch, Goodluck with Nauset! To the friends who made high school special to me Thanks for the love and laughs—You’re crazy!! But I love you all!! LUANNE PRICE: Cheering 2; Band 1,2,3,4; Drama 4; German Exchange 4; “It’s so cold in here”; “How old do I look?”; “Don’t walk so fast.” “Cold hands, warm heart”; My moods. Moons, balloons. The three “Int’s” and the one to come. Cuttyhunk and Maine. FOR FEAR YOU WILL BE ALONE-Red hair. Sunshine. Soccor in Portugal. Honest smiles. Blue truck, old ears-YOU DO MANY THINGS-Daisies. My dreams will come true. I’ll just have to alter them a bit. Gum drops and jellybeans-THAT AREN’T YOU AT ALL (RB)- Sewing and sewing and se .... 10 puppies. “Kiss Me” but-tons and spider-webs. Wicked, excellent, what a rush. Agh!! Freshmen “Face-washing” Winnie The Pooh. Being myself!!? Unsophisticated. LBSLO. A cos¬ tume?! In three hours?! LHOTP verse. I leave the bandroom to whomever can handle FBJ better than I could. Much love to Wamsutta and Mrs. L. I ' ll always remember those who care. You know who you are. Novady changes anybody. Poeple have to change themselves. And it’s the hardest work there is. TRACY LORANGER: Soccer 2,3,4; Hockey 1,3,4; Baseball 1,3; Brazil 2; Surfing 3,4 and forever. Freshmen days with B.W. Always chasing after Laura W. Excellent times in Brazil. My nice sister Mag. Baseball games with Tim. Weekends with G.C., B.S., S.T., Getting tubed with Doaker, my everstokem surf pal. Hockey, the best times of my life. Weekend surfing in R.I., dreams of Hawaii. All my and Doak’s big plans but never happening. Becky you midget I love you. One crazy night with C.H. Arbor days with Robyn. Working till 5:00 in the morning. Coke. The Car’s. Boston, Doak”s Favorite. Concerts. Rides to school with Fox. Good times with Marylou. Ragging with Tony. Glenn C., you’re terrific. I leave Cape Cod surfers with the con¬ stant dreams of tubular swells, you fools . . . See ya in Hawaii. STEVE WRAGG: Soccer 1-4, Hockey 1-4, Baseball 1, crutches 1-3, whirlpool 1-4, stitches, caps, being accident prone, falling apart. Mr. D., thanks for all your help, patients, tape jobs and everything else you’ve done for me. You were the best coach I’ll ever have. Minnow and Johnny Mac, go mad-dog next year, good luck you guys. Sports, parties, concerts, critical mass, lines, Kayleen. Writing notes so I won ' t forget things, and then forgetting the notes. “Thats the way it goes.” “You can’t chew on a star. Shatter¬ ed! Bright light fright. Jimmy stay out of trouble and go nuts in Hockey. Jill, keep using your brain. David D. and Doak, excellent teams, great times, a couple of bummers. Aerosmith. K.B. thanks for making the last couple of years so memorable and worth living for. I’m glad we had such an excellent class and now were outta here. I leave Mr. Donahue teams, and I wish I didn’t have to. I leave Nauset . . . VIRGINIA BEALS: Ginny, Bealsie, Beezly, Baby Beals, Beagle. Field Hockey 1, 2,4, Softball 1,2,3,4, Student Council 2,4 Art 1,2,3,4 Yearbook, Ski Club, A.F.S. 2,3,4. Goodtimes with good friends. Gail(Bogi) a friend always. Thanks for always being there and keeping me out of muddy water. Peg(Scarlet) we’ve made it! You’re a great friend. No more skinny jokes! Thanks for everything. Here ' s to the future! Gumbears. Ger¬ many ' 79. Brendan and Leslie. Chris’s french lessons, thanks for tr-trying. Beating Sandwich! Montreal Olympics ' 79 having lunch inG.N.’s bomb. Sharon watch out for big black flies. Cupcake Birthday (tea- box) Having Partie’s. Lunch table crew! rainbow’s forever! V.J., the semi-pro. Attempting to act intelligent but rarely succeeding. Memories! “the true harvest of my daily life ... is a little star-dust cought, a seg¬ ment of the rainbow that I have clutched. Thoreau T tnssMH Debby Osgood Becky Carey Peggy O’Hara Glenna Nolin 126 Doug Savonen Compliments Of IRELAND’S REAL ESTATE Marston Daley Memories MARSTON DALEY JR.: A.L.G., Sailing, summer, London, M.V., Concert... My music, Fantasy, drama, key¬ boards, the beach, Laura nyro, Foghart and Fleetwood Mac! “Anything bur Foreigner Beth” To EVERY¬ ONE in A.L.G., Enjoy!! The devil’s hungry, can you feel it burn? Be the master or the teacher, we all have so much to learn. Don’t mind me Leslie” GLENNA NOLIN: Rosie, Glenda, Sara Jane . . . MICHEAL O’NEIL 2,3,4; Buck! Thanks to: Mike, My sisters Sue and Kathy, the Correia Family, The 0: O’Hara’s . . . Love to: Peggy O ' Hara, Sue B., Esther Klahne, Kathy N., Fern K. . . Going out to lunch with Scott K. G.B., L.W., Blueberry Yogart! JACKSON BROWN, “STAY” FLEETWOOD MAC “DREAMS”. Trying to ski . . . Madison CT . . . Finast . . . The target ship with P.G. . . . Love that Reunite!! Work Study, Thanks Mr. Collins . . . Mrs. Luhman . . . Mrs. Walker . . . Mr. Milver . . . Favorite Sayings: She needs a slap! Oh my God! Sike! ... My neice ERIN . . . Kathy and Tom . . . Sue Nolin,,. Especially Love to my parents and Mike!! I leave Nauset with a Big Smile. REBECCA LEE CARY: Nicknames: Becky, Bee, Canary, T.P. Activities: Chorus 1 - 4; Softball 2. All Cape Chorus Festival 1 - 4. Rainbow 3, 4. Trivia: Hanging around the Chorus Room, Singing my songs about life, Talking with R.W., B.G., and all of the Beatlemaniacs. Favorite sayings: Hey-Hey-Hey! Hi There! What it is? OH SCUZZ CITY! Hl-I’m here, you can start the class now, I’d like to thank all of the people who can ex¬ cept me for the straight person I am. Thanks Mom and Dad for giving me all the support and ove I need. DOUGLAS SAVONEN: “Scag”, boner, Doug, Dougie, Activities: Ski Club 3,4, Basketball 1, Waterskiing with John, Crusing in Andy’s Gremlin, John’s V-Dub, Bluefishing, Summer concerts, Pochet marsh 3 a.m. 11 5 78 remember John? Me, Cindy, and P-town, Lonely nights on Beach Point; Me, D.R. and K.H. hal- loween night, Sailing on Herring Pond! My whaler and the open ocean; Cindy’s Standard shift Vega: 4- wheeling. Favorite sayings: Hey-man, bring it up to crusing speed; Let’s go check out the marsh; We got bag limit; I’ve still got it; I Douglas Savonen leave Cindy all my love and affection and hopes of much luck in the future; also thanks for putting up with me; To Peggy I leave all my hopes that you succeed in life; I know you will; To Andy, I leave my favorite gunning spot and all those Black clucks. To my brother, I leave Mr. Pettingill’s 7th period Chemistry class; Have fun. And many thanks to my parents for pushing me toward the future. MARGARET O’HARA: “Peggy”, “Scarlet”, Soccer 1,2,3, softball 2 Who’s Who amoung H.S. Students, A.F.S. Math?? 3$! f, smiling and living life to it’s fullest, Hey, mom can I have another pet? Germany 79 , Love to: Cindy my faithfull Chemistry partner good friend (yuk, yuk, yuk,), to Ginny who has al¬ ways lifted my spirits (we’re Radcliffe bound, ha, ha,) to Glenne and her many years of true friendship, to Doug for the fun in Chem. and the unforgetable memories: “Lunch Table Crew” and my dear A.F.S. sister Leslie and friend Brenda, both inspirations and two great kids whom I shall never forget, Ay Que Bello”, “see ya mate”. Love especially to Scott who has mean so very much to me. My special Thanks to S.K. for all the wild and crazy times in 6th period study may our future times be as fun. London “78 may Spain be as fun. I leave the underclassman and the future students of Nauset with the hope that they meet as many great people and get as much out of this school as I have. THANKS-EVERYONE!!! DEBORA LYNNE OSGOOD: “The rock?” “a chicken?” Scookie-you ain’t like any odda guy. Keep dream¬ ing Jen Tib. Onward Myrtle. Love to all my friends. Germany Smile John. A.L.G. learning and laughing. A.L.G. “Though the years give way to uncertainty And the fear of living for nothing strangles the will There’s still part of my though sometimes it’s hard to see Alive in eternity That nothing can kill” (Jackson Browne). T 128 John Mayo Kim Campbell Susan Murphy Caroline White •x Lori Houston Compliments of DOYLE NEWS AGENCY Memories. JOHN MAYO J.B. L.J. John-Goy brother J. Activities: x-country 3,4; Tennis 1-4 Honor Society 3,4 (treas¬ urer 4) Yearbook Staff 3,4 (photography editor 4) Student Advisory Council Rep. 4 The Tree Muskateers. Breaking speed limits w Andy Doug. “VW’s aren’t supposed to go that fast!” Sayings- ‘‘Don’t worry, they never card you here.” ‘‘Peter stop fantasizing!” ‘‘Better to trust a man who is frequent in errors than one who is never in doubt.” Summertime! Concerts-Doobie Bros. Boston in Boston. PRIMO! Photography, missing cameras. Field trip to Boston (remember the bum Jill?) Sweeping sidewalks at Watsons and blow¬ ing tge oatcgecj! Owl French (Mrs. Morrison’s walk) ‘‘Zut, alors!” I leave the nosiy 6th per. study w DS DM JH CM SK to poor V.J. To my Gingerbunny I leave my study habits, her loud stereo and an ashtray. Good luch Chris G. ‘‘The B. the K. forever!” Au revoir Nauset. ‘‘So many women-so little time.” KIMBERLY CAMPBELL: Kim, Kimmy, Mei-meis. Band 1,2,3,4; Newspaper 1, Chorus 3, ALG 4 Trivia: MUSIC!!, cruising with Carrie and Jen, music theory with Gima and thanks to ALG, especially Sharon and Deb for being my friends. SUSAN ELIZABETH MURPHY: Sue, Susie, NBHS, Business, 4 C’s, Virginia, Brewster, Sarah’s Parties, Favorite People: Mike, Dave, Tom, Tony, Kim, Louise, Jenny, Joe, Debbie. Activities: Swimming, Skating, Beach, Mike. Be happy, Be good, Be wise, So long Nauset! I gave you my best, Linnell. KELLY CHRISTOPHER: (and friend) BYE CAROLINE GRACE WHITE: JOHN, J. T. Hutch, Pudge Fisk, Smiley, Hey You, Captain " C”, Dr. Winston O ' Boogie Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, C.C. Conservatory Wind Ensemble 3, 4; Music Festivals; Yearbook 1, Bassoon (I haven’t even looked at the music Yet!) Piano (I did practice! X-mas concert ’77 (ERIC!!) ARG concert ' 78 (Ringo loves you!) Fun in Boston! The guy in the subway . . . ! Red Sox!! Good times with F.B.J. and the scums in the bandroom! (I’ll bet you a cookie to a donut..) Mr. Campbell’s history class . . . ! Read¬ ing letters! Seeing Arthur get cut in the subway! New York! Ithaca’s Ramada Inn . . . Nova Scotia, Disney- world, Williamsburg Beatles, James and Livingston Taylor, Eagles, Bee Gees. Eric Clapton, Andy Gibb, Bob Dylan, Carly Simon, Rolling Stones, YELLOW MERCEDES, and many, many, more! (Also, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Dvorak . . .) ” ’e’s a swine, isn’t ' e George? “Help!” ‘‘According to Einstein . . .”, ‘‘You swine!” “SCUM”, ‘‘Hi Mr. Rice”, ‘‘ARG!” ‘‘Let ' s go to Liverpool and put it back the way it was—We’ll show them what fun is” ‘‘Gie’s a Kiss” Thanx to me mum and Dad, all me mates, me family, and me teachers. Special and extra’special thanks to Shakespear, D.D. (Paulie) R.W. (Hello Robin!) L.R. (RINGO) B.G., D.G., (George) C.H. L.G., M.H., J.F., . . . Don Campbell, Bruce, Walter and Harriet, and John Lennon. ‘‘I’d like to say thank you on behalf of the group and I certainly hope we passed the audition.” LORI HOUSTON: Lo-Lo, Lo, Lawrence, Lor, Lorletta, Spaz, Huey!!!! Activities: Soccer 2, Cheerleading 2, Agent 2,3,4 Riding 1,2,3,4, ALG 3V 2 , 4; Memories: The week of 3 9 76 with Scookie, D.R. and Trout!!! Mint COOKIES, ‘‘Let’s Chat! Bzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz!!!!!!! SMS and Gang, CC, MV, P.N., D.N., D.B.P. Trying to keep D.N. up past 9:00! The great summer times with everybody! Crusin around trying to find Mar¬ garet! Going to dinner at the D.D.I. Night Drama practice with D.C., and D.C.! Crystal Lake. Making a fool out of myself, sneaking notes to S.P., and D.F. in biology!!! Bumping biffeys with K.A. 3rd period! Wednes¬ day night: Space Shots to current history with A.L., L.C., K.A., Loving kids, hanging around C.N. D.N. Mineral Oil time!!! Getting P.O. at Justin, 4 horse shows. ALWAYS BABYSITTING!! Having J. N. picking Mar¬ garet and I up!! Having to look at J.N.’s BZ ' ed eyes!!! Sayings: ‘‘Woe ba mamba” ‘‘Oh my stars! ‘‘You’re sooo disgusting!! ‘‘Do up another?” ‘‘Gross me out!” “Sure!” ‘‘Will ya knock it off?” ‘‘Cut it out Justin!’; ‘‘So much for that!” See ya later P.N. D.N. —Take care!! Catch ya later C.N. D.N.! THANKS!!! I leave Nauset wis hing I found ALG a couple of years earlier!! Much thanks to Mom Dad!! Love ya gang!!! 129 Michael Mellor Memories MAUREEN RYDER: Moe. Gymnastics 1 - 4 Capt. 4. Soccer cheering 2,3. MARK! Digger rides with AB, SW. The Gang “77”; TAPES; Juan Charlos, Happy Spring! They’re gonna convict us all! Concerts. Boz Scaggs and my omens . . . Beach rides with Mark! LC, Where’s Rte. 9? Follow the red hats! Oh my God! Head Foot; “Curley”; Nauset Beach. BCF and the fresh water spring . . . RUSH!! NED, AB, What’s 10 - 100 gottagobano! Shelly, Fosters J.S. . . . Hey straight! Anticipation with SE, KC. One for all and all for one with KC, SW. Being paranoid of cars, Mark slow down!! Why are we stopped at this green light? Don’t go now it’s red!! Sunday walks. Crying, Laughing, Living, and Loving!! Good luck JR and Annie . . . New Years 77; DS, JW, RA. Hey Twin, She’s still falling, watch out for those cloud lifts! EP, what can I say? Hey Mikey! C’mon you guys I’m not that short. I ' m sorry baby!! Debbie and Jimmy, Good luck with your little one . . Mark, What do you mean, Whatdoyoumean? ? Rides to school in my car. Shop! To Mrs. Campbell, I leave lots of love and thanks for understanding me and being my second Mom . . ToMark, my favorite pastime, I love You! Thank you for being you ... To my family, thank you for letting me be me. I love you Mom! People are People, and they all have their faults. But don’t look down on them if thats all you see, keep looking deeper ... I leave Nauset High, to be with you know who! Bye Nauset, Thank you for all the memories. NEAL IAN MITCHELL: Activities: Soccer, Wrestling, Golf, Student Council, Independent Study, Living, Hik¬ ing. After four years thank you Mr. Gray. Mr. Wilkinson deserves the Teacher of the Year Award. Having fun in Ancient Golf table games on M.V. Can I see some means of identification!! Weekends were made for MICHELOB!! Road Trip plus Sea Nag equals Nagle. Being obscure. Favorite sayings: Avoid bureacracy, Know not what Scottish Independent. T.M., J.N., R.V., J.Z.,, B.S., S.T., die laughing. I leave Nauset to Janet and Petra. True Independence is in the heart and soul. MICHAEL MELLOR: Drama 1-4; Newspaper 1 - 3; Yearbook 4; Nashnul Hoonner Thothiety 3, 4. Nick¬ names: Mellor, Mellan, Mike, Sir, Hey Faggot, Flash (not really but I should have been called that), Mikey, Bartholemew Fitzwittington III (not really either) Hobbies: Reading, drawing, acting, handgliding (actually I just saw a picture of it once), model-building (made a car once), being violent and insulting, being sort of a nerd, an inspire genius, martyred saint, self centered, Sayings: “hey!” “Oh” “yupyupyupyup”, “UH”, “Get off my foot!”, “Oh No!” The end’s come off!” “My head is stuck!” “Hello little furry kitty cat. Bite me, kitty, bite me! It hurts so good! Yesyesyesyesyesyesyes. In closing, I’d like to offer my heartfelt thanks and eternal gratitude to ABSOLUTELY NO ONE!! YOU ALL TRIED TO TEAR ME DOWN, EVERY ONE OF YOU AND WHEN I’M ON TOP, I’ll DESTROY YOU ALL IN A SLOW COOKER!! PHBLRRRRRRRRT!! ROBYN LOU MATHER: Rob, Stein. Field Hockey 1,-4; Basketball 1 - 4; Softball 1 - 4; Hey Al - don’t for¬ get Europe ' 76 (Turkey, Kaiser, Bars) Summer of ’76 with S.W., Boot it, Shell! Partying with DS, AL, SW, KC, MR, RF, JM, SW, ETC . . . Hey Kris, it was her last one! New Years Eve-76. It was a cold night in the fort! Beaching it! Hawaiian Punch-Going prepared. Steve W. remember my promise? I hope you didn’t tell anyone. Keep in touch, good friends shouldn’t part. Stairway to Heaven. Grape drink COKE!! Kim’s cot¬ tage all 4 years, won ' t forget those times. Governor Prince was a one of a kind. Shell, getting caught in the locker room! B.C.F. Summer of ’76 was the beginning of a lasting relationship. I won’t ever forget you Ronnie! Finding a friend that can’t be matched. Right Debbie! Being there to see the little one grow up. Giving taking advice from AK Thanks for caring. Arbor ' 78. Hey Tracy, thanks for the wooden handle!! R.F., I ' ll always be wishing for that special day. Thanks to Mr. Rice for being such a good friend coach. A special thanks to all my friends who make my 4 years at Nauset the best they could be. Kim Butcher, you won’t be forgotten. Cindy Gonyer - " , .4Ni Pat Murphy Larry Scaglione Best Wishes to ALL the Class of ' 79 BACKUS AND SOULE JEWELERS Congratulations to the Class of ’79 BETTY’S PLACE N. Eastham - 255-4803 Julie Bridgewood Mary Toner Jeanne Fellers Memories JULIE GAYLE BRIDGWOOD: Soccer Rah Rah 1-4; Captain 3,4, B-ball cheerleader 1; Gymnastics 2; Track 1,2; Jr.-Sr. Senate; Class Sec. 2; spraining ankles; passing out at half time; massages; going to states; GC at the sports banquet; dancing on Rt. 6 w CH, DF, CD, JC: This is your morning wake-up service; Wheelies W DF, SM, RA . . . at museum w Mr. Rice; Cleo and Goldilocks; BAH A!!; DK’s lectures; notes w SW; ST prom; P.S. Fred . . .; party problems w CH; Mammy, Chris I need Gas; Jr. Prom Halloween W TB; “needless to say I’m . . .” w CH, MP: Halcon Condominiums? Chester Molester; candlelight dinners w DG; I lost my X chromosomes; Band w WB; Anthony’s hostess; being a kook; GO FOR IT!; DECENT!; CH DF what am I gonna do?; too many boyfriends; Dylan ' s legs’ DF’s parties; Boston w drama; wearing dresses; London; advice from Joel; cash shoppe at Rocky Horror; the Boyfrield w CH; my shrink TP; Mrs. E. I’ve got cleavage! LF I will reform; DD I’m grounded again, Hansel Gretal; open mouth insert foot; intense talks w CH, DF; Youguys I forgot my jump pants; long distance w DF; Friendly’s fourth period; dating at 16’ Special people’ Dennis, Dale, David, Cheryl, Mrs. Longo . . Thanks Dylan Dennis for let¬ ting me be weird, Mom and Dad for being there when I needed you, my sister for making my bed when I overslept. Good bye Nauset I take my memories. PATRICIA MURPHY: Nicknames-Murph, Trish, Tricia, Pat. Activities-Track 2,3,4. Staying after school with Mrs. Belanger. Hobbies-Art, Animals, Bicycling, Swimming, Tennis, and other sports. Favorite Sayings- Well pardon me Jack, No Sweat, Were really Bookin. I leave Nauset with many happy memories of all my teachers and all the faculty, with special thanks to my Math teacher Mrs. Belanger for being a great friend and helping me out. I like to give my mother a very special Thank-you for all her inspiration in helping me through school. I really enjoyed going to Nauset and really hate to leave it. Good luck Nauset. LARRY SCAGLIONE: I would like to be an auto mechanic because I an interested in cars. I would like to be a commercial fisherman because I have been fishing for eight years. I would like to have my own race car because I like speed. One more thing “I love New York.” MARY TONER: Field Hockey 3, Tennis 3,4. To J.M. I wish to say “HI”, also good luck next year and in years to come. Thanks are given to the people at Nauset for giving me a good time while I was here. To M.D., if I were you I ' d get rid of your silver bracelet. MAP, J.D., D.R. and L.K. I thank you all for being so much a part of my two years at Nauset. C.H., Oh my God: rush, goof on guess what! Good luck at school with J.G. I leave High School with nice memories from two schools. All I can say is I owe the good times to the people I’ve been acquainted with throughout high school. To E.P. care for the van, and to “O’Brien” I know, don’t loose the good spirits you constantly carry. JEANNE FELLERS: “Jean Bean” Tennis 2,3 Riding, Camping in N.H. Morgan Horses Listening to Music. I want to thank D.R., G.M., J.W., B.G., B.P., and many others for being such great friends. CINDY L. GONYER: “Cin” “Cinders” Drama 2,3, I give all my love to the people who helped me when I needed them most. Tom I love you. Thanks Moe for wonderful times you’ve been a good friend. Dawn and Michael I hope you know how much I appreciate everything you’ve done for me, please keep in touch. B.C. Fair “my nosey, my nosey, my nosey gonna sneezey.” Cathy D. do you remember our Love is . . . D.V., M.R.,-spaghetti dinners, late night swims, fondues, walking in Boston, the agony of da feet. Mr. Wilkenson, I appreciate your kindness and tutoring. Our freshmen parties will never be forgotten. I leave Nauset knowing my future will be better than my past. wmbsmh mammssm David Donahue Dale Fulcher Lisa McKim Shelly Wilcox Best Wishes From CHRIS BULLOCK IMPORTS, INC. West Road, Orleans Memories DAVID DONAHUE: David D. Speedo, Mr. D. Soccer 1,2,3,4; Capt. 4 Hockey 1,2,3,4 Baseball 1,2,3,4 Hunt¬ ing, always eating, waterskiing, I don’t want to work, I’m not really dumb, everbody just thinks I am. Jocks have it easy, Minnow teaching me how to drive the bronco, Wraggman and I really did try Bernie, lets go gunning, Mr. Doak + the snow goose. Tep. will you drive? Sky busting p. Town are GREAT, Pumpkin. Going to Maine with S.R., M.D., and Big Bern. Kua, Hawaii. I love being Portuguese! Sandwich Fans, Love Me. Prom with Tep. Hey Higgs! Hey mr. Bone! Anybody know any jokes? Therese all the good times we had will never be forgotten, “Thanks; MOM and DAD you’re the greatest!! 5 and a lucky foot for the goal, “give ’em hell for me " ! Nauset I wish I were coming back for another season. Good Luck. MICHELLE K. WILCOX: Shelly Shell Shelby. Basket ball 1,2, Cheerleading 2,3, captain 4 Drama 2,3,4. B’s in the B! Writing poems, tapes-no, it’s listening to us! Juan Carl Carlos. “Is anyone here prepared to die?” “He’s falling on the ground and opening his mouth but nothing’s coming out” “I’m outta here” CBS News Update. “You mean you are actually off the ground?” Moe, watch out for those cloud lifts! Vedging with L.C. Dollar bills!-you B.O.C. J.GIELS- well we tried. Foreignor-robyn what happened? TIGERS!! Beave- munks. pulling benders with Krissy-straight? “forting it” and a cold New Years eve! Christmas vacation- my heads pounding! The locker room bagged BTM. Twins and the three muscateers, D-rides- let’s hit the dunes! Dicki! He’s dead! the poor little one. 5th period with Al. crossword puzzles!! even in the cars! Sun¬ sets Butcher Buttons!! Hey L.W. Wanna a Big Mac? My cheering buddy M.p. “Take a turn” Getting locked out of houses! SSTBTHW Friendly lunches. Letters. Good luck kisses! “Be Good” “It’s up to you” Behind lockers, before B-Ballgames-how do you feel? Heavy busrides!! Long nights!! Knocking at the window. Thanks to Mr. D for being so sweet. Much love to John M. For . . . well he knows. I leave K.C. a year with¬ out us, make the best of it. I leave Nauset with a lot of memories-Thanks a special thanks to my Mom for putting up with me for all these years. DALE FULCHER: Whale; field hockey 1, 2, Gymnastics; 1,2, Softball 1,2,3, soccer stat 3, Go for it; well I’m finally leaving But I’d like to thank all the people who have helped me through my four years and the biggest thanks goes to my parents; special people: LM, CD, JB, TS, LN, RM, Mr. Rice, Mr. D., Coach K, and all the other people of Nauset; LM what can I say, you’ve been a great friend; Doyle, thanks JB, you’ve given me lots of advice and I thank you, you’ve been a real good friend!, “The DQ”; “Not to Shabby”; to my sophmore friends the wale will never lose its pail (SY, GM, LB) LR, ML, KM, remember nbs motel! Studying at study? Class of ' 79; I wish people would mind their own business; “Lisa’s Acquantances;” To my sisters I leave the hope that they will be able to have the same kind of friends like I did at Nauset; Bye JW, I know you’ll miss me; I love the best and there is only one thing that is the best!! Good bye Nauset and to all the people left here! LISA McKIM: Activities: Cheerleading 1,2, Feild Hockey 1; Yearbook 4; President health careers club 4; TRIVIA: Long talks with D.F. C.D. “SUMMERTIME” “The House” “Getting lost in the T” “it’s too funny (I can’t stant that)” “GO FOR IT” “Not so shabby” Dale, what can I say? You’ve always been there when I needed someone, may our friendship stay as strong as it is now forever!! Long distance phone calls. Thanks to E.O. for all the good times so fare may they always continue. To my parents: thanks for every¬ thing!!! Peter Brown Concert. . lost items . . . The guy next to us ... . too close to death!! L.N. I’m glad we finally patched up our differences. C.D. remember the prom of ’78 and shot guns. To Mr. Walorz (JOE) I leave future math students in hope that they are quieter than Dale and Me, though I know you’ll Miss Us!! Dale-L.L. sorry it didn’t work out. L.W. remember all the fun in First Aid (ex: cleaning baby LILLIE: I can’t do this; all the class arguments, if you know what I mean) l X , , L A Q iw ,fi , J .au ,L ye L . I Us L. i..5 mes rll Fi+e9'giQ4l Jeanne Fellers Julie Bridgewood Mary Toner Pat Murphy Best Wishes to ALL the Class of '79 BACKUS AND SOULE JEWELERS l Cindy Gonyer Larry Scagllone 9 I i ii l.. ,. Congratulations to the Class of '79 BETTY'S PLACE N. Eastham - 255-4803 Memories STEPHANIE POPE: Stephanie, Steph, Sto. Activities: Drama 2,3,4, Stage Manager 3 4. Out for good times!! Sunsets, watch out for full moons “slithing around the “Ho " parking lot " Huh Kim? My poor Datsun, Foxboro with P.E. P.H., Stanley, my hero! The good days with Patti, Brenda, Tammy, Kathy, Wendy, Michael, the Binnacle with Jon, Geoff, Dave, Wayne, sometimes P.E., T.T., M.V. Where’s Mr. Wonderful 1 I know where 2 is. Let’s hope I know where this road comes out!! Liebfraumilch with Peg. Working at the theatre is like not working at all!! Brenda how’s business? Back slope with all my buddies Diane and Donna, Ray, Steve, Theresa, Glenn, Betsy, Terry. I write this not knowing where I’m going and when I read it again I probably still won’t! BRENDA TAYLOR: Nicknames: Brenda Lee, Brenda Lou. Art 1-4, Shop 4 Being totally crazy, living, laughing, sunsets, walking the beach, good times with good friends, and lots of memories. Good times with P.E., S.P., D.R., L.H., W.H., K.H., and my brother and sisters. The moon, full moons, drawing, Partying, Wellfleet, The Beach Comber. The memories of my brother Kenny. If you love something, set it free, If it comes back to you, it was yours. If it doesn’t, it was never yours. Fa¬ vorite saying: I’ve had it! ANTHONY PIKE: Tony Chef. Fox Lane High School, Soccer 1,2,3 LaCrosse 1-3, Nauset Soccer 4. Thanks, Mom and Dad. Thanks s.s., my friend M.L., Widemouthing with Tracey, Fort Hill, Back¬ seat Comet, photographs memories. If my friends could see me now, special people. S.S., M.L., J.B., S.M., L.P. Summer cove, Mako, Kansia, see you in the slopes, Bill, See you at Johnson Wales. Nauset girls — thanks for the good times, High School ... It was fun. OH boy wait till College. RAY TRAUTZ: Wang, Dang, Concerts. The Stones 3,4. Good Waves and good baggies made my days through the Nauset bummers. Trips to Zero Gravity with J.C. Girl Watching 1,2,3,4 “It’s ONLY ROCK n ROLL BUT I LIKE IT. " TIM MOONEY: Ice hockey, Golf, Colts, Mets, The Ramones. Thanks to Mr. Wilkinson, Mr. Donahue, and Mrs. Morrison. Best wishes to Tracey and to Billy. Good Luck to Dave K. and Steve K. in quest of their goals. Of course best of luck to Dan and Keith; You went over the Berlin Wall once, you can do it again. TAMMY LEE CONDIT: TeeLee, B, BW, Black Widow-Crow, TLC Cape Cod Music Festival 1 - 4; ALG 4; Chorus 1,2,3; Yearbook 1,2; Golf 2, Beachcomber 1-4; Back room 1 - 4; Drama 4; Smiles 1-4; VT 1 - 4; Neil 1-4. Memories down behind “A " and “C " , Nauset Beach, Prom ' 78, 17th Birthday with Esther and Royale, Beachcomber every night possible with Esther and Mary and Janice; Singapore Slings and Mark; Sleeping 1st per. in ALG; Steve Martin all over, Hiking around the White MTS. with John and ALG; Skimobiling in the woods at night with Neil and getting lost with Chris B. and family; ZONKAS!!! listening to Peter go on and on and on about Chris GROWING UP!! Sailing, Dancing the walls down, trying to play my G-box, trying to sing songs Marty writes, Black Sabbath, Aerosmith, Ted Nugent, Elton John, Queen, Caravan to midnight-freak-out, living and loving!!! JENNIFER ROBINSON: Jennifer. My love to all the friends who have backed me up through the years . . . Tib, Chris, Deb, Tanu; Goals? (ho Ho) Mittens!! See ya in Brown DEB; save a room for me. A.W. “remember the granada and “THE TUBES " ; “keep moving, girl” — slipping into the bathtub! “No Tib, not Brighams, please? “Hey, Chris, d’you know where we are? " Deirdre, I leave you my love, and the ability to believe in yourself. ROSY’S: Saphira (the underarm spe¬ cialist?) France!!! (Right, Chris?) Thank you A.L.G. for letting me grow. Hey John, Thanks BILL WALTHER; “Free Bird” Golf: 3,4, Cross Country: 3,4,? Baseball 1,2, Soccer: 1,2, Ice Hockey: 1,2,3, Chemistry Ace. Freshmen days with T.L., and T.M.. The days of fighting with D.S. “Prom Night 78 " “Crankin tunes with B.O. " Lynyrd Skynyrd, Aerosmith, Boston. Top Three. “Kings and Queens " by: Smith M.H. with M.S., Number one. George Carlin and Zohn. Having some excellent times during the summer of “77 " with L.G. Good Luck, kid! Sargeant V.J. and the world of know¬ ledge? Just one more salute. Good Luck! “PINK IS UGLY’’!!! Good times with T.M. the senior V.P. “The growth of the human mind is still high adventure, in many ways the highest adventure on earth. " Norman Cousins Compliments of THE CAPE CODDER 137 Glenn Clark | 4 Michele Mickle 138 Billy Walther Tom Savage Billy Sweetser Cindy Rapose 8W- Cindy Letendre Memories - Good Luck! Getting munched out with the chef’s crew period. 3. Good luck to everyone!! Great times skiing in NH with P.R., also shark fishing with Pete. “Let’s go get ’em Quint’’. T.P. and the wonderful world of food. VOIF. Friday the 13th 78. watching some excellent soccer games in 78. Let’s get that sigh Ernie P. “go for it’’. Good Luck to Mr. D. in the future. Hey Tony, see you at J W, maybe! Maybe going to the CIA Playing football with Tim and Tracy, those where the days! Summer nights at the HO! Cruisin in the V.W. with Russ and Toby (bo) “Let’s belt the ele¬ phant.’’ I leave Nauset with these solemn words “Oh boy is this great!!’’ P.S. I thank my parents for everything that they have done for me. Good bye to all! CYNTHIA LETENDRE: Cindy, Cid, Cindy Love, Cindy Bear, Danger Woman. Art 1,11,111. West Side Swim Team. The beach, Joggin, . . . “ALL nighters’’ Snow Storms’’ Newcombs Hollow Summer . . Ambition-“To travel and always be near the ocean’’. CINDY RAPOSE-“Cin” “Cindy Loe " “Cynthia Louise’’ “Dindi” “Rap-a-hose’’ and Mr. Smiths favorite papoose. Activities: basketball stat 1; tennis 3-4; talking on the phone to Doug, Bob, Peg, Deb, and Scott, nurse’s aid 1; band 1-2-3-4; Cape Cod Festival 3, playing stupid, cruising, Truro . . . Favorite Sayings: “Hey Mum’’ “peachy’’ “hey O’Hairy’’ (yau! yau! yau!) “I think too much’’ “Just thinking’’ “I think I’ll sell my drums” . . . Water fights with P.O., S.K., D.S., T.K., in gym class. E.F. melting my undies in the dryer, T.C. scraping it out . . . Having fun in Chem Class with T.K., D.S., S.K., P.O., washing cars, pink hair, goose stew, Leslie telling lunch crew ... 1 leave my love to one wild and crazy guy Doug! I leave my crazy guy JR. Steven. MOM’s saying “You can call Me Roy And You Can Call me Jay but you don ' t have to call me Mr. Johnson” Dads saying “She’s going to be a bum” “Best summer 78!!! I send my love and thanks to my parents. GLENN CLARK: “Doaker” Hockey 1 - 4; Soccer 1 - 4; Getting radical in the surf with T.L. The Nauset Hockey team is supreme. Soccer was great and KUA was a total rush. Tracy, we ' ll make it to Hatteras someday. Hunting snow geese with D.D. and S.R. Skiing Hidden Valley with D.D., S.R., M.D., T.L., and T.M., and taking down fences with S.R. Smooth, 14, BOSTON, Cars, spaghetti, VW’s, coke, New Image boards, July 5th, HoJo ' s, Koho 221 ' s and steak. LISA!! Surf pictures and sleeping in Math. Fighting with T.L. and pretending to lose. Good luck everybody. I, Glenn Clark leave Nauset in search of New Zeland tubes. I’ll send everyone postcards from Hawaii. MICHELE MICKLE: “Tom” The Good Times. (Sandwich) PUERTO RICO, Horse back riding with R.W. (64 Buick, Feb. 24 - Aug. 23). Summer of “77”. The beach, skipping. (Plumbing and Heat¬ ing). Being spoiled. Getting roses. I want to thank Miss McDonald for helping me all these years, and my mother and father for putting up with me and giving them headaches. TOM SAVAGE: Basketball 1-4; Track 3,4; National Merit Scholar; Boston with Marco, Doin’ it up on the L expressway. Bridgette and the red R-X7; A mile above the rim; Can’t help it if I’m the best; Saturday Night!! 4 in a Van; Whirlpool; fat ankles; smooth as silk; Thanks coasch; To Leach, thanks for trying-sorry-maybe someday; To the rest of you I leave 40 feet, in the hopes that you may yet reach true satisfaction (RM); LM-F.O. My friends ain’t nothing like it, a fond adieu; Presi¬ dential Bound; My love to CS, though our paths may never cross again; I’m off for a Rocky Moun¬ tain High; Maybe Ireland; Spanish 24 hrs. I’m outta here! Cead Mil Fault. Total BSA all the time. WILLIAM SWEETSER: Billy; Activities: Varsity Hockey 2,4. “Frodo Lives” FAREWELL LOUISE MARIE LEROY: “lulu” Chorus 2; band 4 - bassdrum; Windham High 1,2; this place 3,4; Memories from days of getting up at 6:30 A.M.; Windham Hl-parties; Southern Comfort; “I shan’t forget birthday 16, Rubino! What did we ever do with the bottle?”; eating and sleeping; best class-English 2 with Mr. Skoog; growing up; Most significant day—February 17, 1978; Steve Peters!; The Ho; being a little bit backwards; eating moosemeat with Stevie; “This is for you Steve ... SMACK !” All those worries about moving to the Ca pe, then finding out I love it! Someday: So¬ cial Work and Travel. God bless the class of ' 79.Bye LISA ROBERSON: Lise, “Ringo” Art 1-4; Drama 2-4; Softball 1; Honor Society 3,4; Trivia: London, England! Hats! Big Macs, Pinball, comic books, movies, 3 stoogies, Monty Python’s Flying Circus Beatles, Elton John, Concerts, parties, trips to Boston, being a chocoholic, doing imitations, mak¬ ing scenes with C.W., D.D., D.G., being the Fab Four and driving Friz crazy. “You guys are con- Best Wishes to The class of 1979 RAINEY MEDICAL LABORATORY Best Wishes to The class of 1979 CAPE OPTICIAN OF ORLEANS 139 f Lisa Roberson ' GCOBG Wendy Hill miM’llWi ' IIIIIIIBIWI 140 Keith Meldahl Leigh Klein Toby Fates Diane Goss Memories fusing me!” ‘‘Definitely Dindy” ‘‘Your outta my will!” ‘‘What a swine!” ‘‘Just wait ’till I’m rich and famous!” Thanks to: Mrs. Meldahl, who could teach even Rembrandt about art; B.G., D.D., D.G., C.H., C.W., M.H., R.W., everybody else--‘‘l get by with a little help from my friends . . and special thanks to the Stork, who brought me to the best parents in the world!! That’s all Folks! LEIGH KLEIN: Just Leigh. Bonnaza Jellybean, Petit Huit. Party 1-4!!! Good times with LAURIE, Dee, Becky, Dave, Jacki, Ron, Gary, Neil. Summer of ’78 with Ian and Trev. DEE THE INSTI¬ GATOR!!! PB J’s. Hey wanna do a doob, or what? Crusin in the Buzz-beal with Dee. STYX VAN HALEN JACKSON BROWN-STAY My bro. Jamie. Canadians are a blast, esp. JOHN!!! POCO ANDY! APPALOOSAS ARE NO. 1! Beach rides with Laurie Nauset Light Coast Guard. Parking lot with Russ F. Hey Beck your shoes are untied. Coffee donuts 2nd. Being SMALL! AFRICA with SUZIE, THANKS Stars hold magic. Oh Yeah? W S with Mr. Collins. Early Grad ' 79!! I leave Nauset with a smile. Thanks Mom Dad, love you both . . My life ambition is to be a COWGIRL. Peyote Buttons. DO-B-WA even cowgirls get the blues. KEITH MELDAHL: Taking a short moment to relax, listening to the RAMONES and racing his AFX slot cars (refer to picture), Mr. Meldahl will soom return to the arduous task of writing Top Ten Hits for the PREETY VACANTS. Hits such as “Ugly”, ‘‘The Berlin Wall”, ‘‘I want to Build an Atom Bomb”, and ‘‘Kill all the Babies” have already made Top Ten. He is currently in the process of pro¬ ducing the group’s debut album, ‘‘Love is the Answer.” Mr. Meldahl often climbs the Berlin wall with his associates D.G. and T.M. as a source of inspiration. Mr. Meldahl feels that the various frus¬ trations he has felt over the years at Nauset are epitimized by the Poet A.R. Ammons. ‘‘I want it you can’t have it why can ' t I it isn’t yours why? because l’ll take it you can’t why because TOBY FATES: ‘‘Docta T”, Hey Docta!” Running 1-4, Soccer 1-3, wrestling 3,4. (Don’t be Wimps!) Never on time, Kristing Sixtine and her ‘‘laugh Marks” Huh? I don ' t know!” Cranking the Tunes and Getting tuned with B.W., ‘‘Hey Boe!” ‘‘THE SHOTGUN” Get Psyched and GO FOR IT!! Kutcher and his CONCLUSION. The early morning business, ‘‘Russ, 170??” ‘‘Time, B.H., Acad¬ emy IS DEAD!” Going MAD DOG In gym, Laughing at Dan Geise, A Natural! I leave this place with the knowledge that there are so many things that can go wrong, and they do! And for all the Woodsmen, at N.R.H.S., I give a BIG PARTY at lunch behind “C”! GOODBYE, AT LAST!! DIANE MARIE THERESA GOSS: George, Mother Goose, Diane 1 or Diane 2, The Other Di¬ ane, Hey You, Mr. Dead — Band 1-4; C.C. Conservatory Wind Ensemble, H. Town Band, other mus ical events, Nat’l Honor Society, . . . “ETC!” Euphonium (Effie Flat), D’s Guitar, ‘‘77 X-Mas Concert (LS, CF, Sue.Pass the binoculars! ..)... S A T ... ), ' 78 ARG Concert, Days in Boston, The guy in the subway (But we really couldn’t stay!), craziness in Band (. . . But seriously . . .), US His. 4 terms with Burgurus Rex. Sit down strike walk out in God’s chemistry class, Nerd posters, Letter writing, Card present times, N.Y.!!, Ithaca’s center attraction — The Ramada Inn!!, M. Course 10, Monday nights, Hovering, ARTHUR (Leave me Arthur alone) . . . .; Beatles, Ex-Beatles (’ello G.), Slowhand, Bros. Gibb other one, J. Taylor Clan, Chicago, James Mont¬ gomery (You’ve got to be joking!), YELLOW MERCEDES. Also Dvorak, Beethoven, Wagner, Gil¬ bert Sullivan . . . Q’s; Yea, a swine; Dead grotty; Not a bit like Cagney; It used to be you, huh . . .; Just hold this; You Swine; Hi, Mr. Rice!; OH SCHMUCK: OM: Let’s have a rumble!; I thought it was green; BEAR!; I think they’re following us . . .; THANKS To ev ' ryone, ’specially; RW (’ello Robin!), “L” (Fun in English designing folders), MH (NY); BG (PLGI), JF, CF, LS, Ingrid (Write), Da Madoo Da Fadoo, The residents at Southern Mortuary, Pleasant Lake, somewhere in Tenn., et al . . . ALSO The rest of the 3 Muskateers plus 1: Johnny (Later ....), Paul (Timbre . . . You’ll learn to like it), Ringo (Hello Men, Wake up!) ‘‘The MORE I LEARN, THE LESS I KNOW: BUT WHAT I DO IS ALL TOO MUCH.” G.H. ROY FREEMAN: National Honor Society 3 4; Mono 3; Brewster Baptist Youth Fellowship - Pres. 3, Sec. 4; Orleans Jr. Vol. Fire Co. Pres. 4; Nicknames: Big Roy, Hefty, Iron Duke, Hobbies: Girls; Music (Aerosmith-Zepplin); good friends, bowling, camping, Nickerson State Park, the beach, nature. The weight room and good talks. The group in the library. The Navy! S S, my dedicated friends: T.B., K.F., R.H., L.L., D.R., N.S., and C.W., and all the great times we ' ve had. Seymour Pond, my Malibu, sailing, summer fun. Rob — let’s get better girls this summer, if it’s possible! A special thanks to Mr. Frazier — a great teacher and friend who made school more than bear¬ able. Compliments of WELLFLEET SPIRIT SHOP Compliments of WELLFLEET PHARMACY 141 Breten Kaeselau 142 Liza Ford Christine Ozon Robert Hooper Brendan Morgan Leslie Quiraga-M Roy Freeman Memories BRENDAN DALE MORGAN: Brendan baby, Mate. Thanks to all who have made my American stay as great as it has been. Special thanks to my parents, my brother Mike and sister Jean — a fan¬ tastic family. Thanks to my treasured friends who have done nothing but add enjoyment to this twelve months; especially Leslie, Peggy, Scott, Elise, Peter, Tanu, Chris, Ginny, Gail and Steve, but the list is endless. Thanks too, to my lunch friends who have taken my attention off the food and made it almost edible. Many thanks to my teachers. Thanks also to my special mates — Mr. and Mrs. O’Hara. O’Hara Pat Pastimes — going to Friendly’s the post office, spending money, losing table tennis to Mike but most of all — waiting for snow. I leave Nauset and America with a huge amount of gratitude, to all, wonderful memories and a lot of friends. Special thanks and all the love in the world to my family and friends at home and in Australia, and my EVER endearing love to my very beautiful girlfriend, Liz. Thanks. LESLIE QUIRAGO M: Ay! Caramba, Cochabamba. A.F.S. BOLIVIA. Drama, tennis, playing piano, walking on the beach, sunrises and sunsets. To the O’Hara’s: Mom and Dad and my dear sister Peggy. Amulula! Thanks for everything you did for me. It’s an experience I’ll never forget. We had a wonderful time together, sharing not only our countries, but our lifes. I love you all!! It was great to be in Nauset. To all my dear teachers, thank you for giving me all the knowledge that I’m sure will be useful in my future. Having help with Trig, from my Australian brother and best friend: Brendan. I beat you mate! Meeting Scott, Cindy, Jeannie, Chris, Lisa, Jackie, Tanu, Isabelle, and .What is a Friend? A friend is someone whom you can really be yourself, share a laugh, a secret, a viewpoint, a success or a dissappointment. A friend is someone who accepts you just the way you are. Well, you’ve been all that for me. My family, teachers and friends will be part of my life and heart forever. I will never forget you!! To my family in Bolivia: “I HAVE THE GREATEST FAMILY IN THE WORLD!” I love and miss you all, you’ve been for me. ”Te quiero”. BRETEN KAESELAU: Bert, Bressay, Brettel, whatever . . . Blu-fingers (my guitar), tunes and fris- bee, concerts and getting rowdie. Partying with P.L., R.M., L.M., D.L. The imaginary band . . . . “Paraphernalia”!! Our imaginary guitars, DZZZT!! Shafty eyes, My mother is too shafty. LEC¬ TURES. Those interesting talks with P.L. during gym. Tottie talk . . . “Esa Littole Oblio. N.S.P.! Trips to P-Town. “Don’t CALL ME BRET!!” It’s the boys — hoofin it. Fee-foul. Fishing. Bicycleing miles on end. “Pizza or grinders?” Sunsets and moon rises at the beach. Washing Gregs car a million times . . . Going 140 mph “SLOW DOWN”!! Not too shabby, “Lata .. . much.” Wassa matta man? Odin, Hey its what you make it. I’M OUTTA HERE!!! ELISE FORD: “Liza”: “Lisa” Ice skating, swimming, bicycling, working with children — teach¬ ing summer nursery school, sewing, playing the alto clarinet, handbells, C of J Choir, Honor So¬ ciety 3,4; Yearbook 4, wearing braces, making pies in chef’s class. Bermuda! I leave Nauset — glad to be away from Math and eager to go on in life!! Many thanks to my parents and the com¬ munity for all they’ve done for me and to all at Nauset who have helped to make these past four years happy ones. Mr. Bakker, may you have many more Community kids until the one day where you finally give in!! ROBERT HENRY HOOPER: Nicknames: Hoop, Big Hoop, Happy Hooper, Activities: Band 1-4; National Honor Society 3,4; Stage Band 3,4; Independent Study 4. Favorite Sayings: “Judas Priest!” Hobbies: leather, reading, studying, Massachusetts Archaeological Society, nature. My best regards to T.B., N.S., A.M., K.F., B.R., S.M.D. — Good Luck! Roy, Here’s to all the good times past, present, and future. Many, many thanks to all those at Nauset who gave part of themselves to me. I leave Nauset with much hesitation. “There is more day to dawn. The sun is but a morning star.” Henry David Thoreau CHRISTINE OZON: Nicknames: Chris, Tina, Teeteen. Act’s: A.F.S., Yearbook, tennis, N.H.S. etc. TRIVIA: Odd fellows trip to N.Y.C. and the fabulous people I met there. Blimpy’s and Zum-Zum’s, Macy’s furniture room and Radio City w Bobby, piano, Anglet, France, Echo weekend, laughing at Tibb, long walks, serious conversations with Tin on the bus when I don’t miss it, writing letters, speaking French, “It’s not funny!” Why am I laughing?? “Peggy, should we quit today?” C’est vachement chouette, eh Isabelle? I’ll never forget the friends I’ve known at Nauset. Tanu, thanks for being such a nice and understanding sister and friend. Lots of love to Lisa, Jack, Dan and my wonderful parents. I love you all. Adieu Nauset!! Compliments of WELLFLEET GULF Best Wishes to the Class of 1979 143 ■ rvs -j Bob Janson Sandy Woodfin Leslie Atkins Kathy Hoban Sharon Cook Jill Hirschberg David Kutcher Memories ROBERT JANSON; Fishing-1,2,3,4; Skin and Scuba Diving 3,4. Partying in Jersey 1,2,3,; Cape Partying 3,4. Boston, Kiss, Pink Floyd, Yes, Aerosmith and Led Zepplin. Nauset you opened my eyes to life and love. Tracy, I’ll love you forever. To Mom and Dad thanks for helping me start a new life. To my brother Chris — Hang on kid, only three more years. To Mr. C. — Advanced Bio. was fun but you can keep your wild virgins and white eye males. For all my other friends, I bid you farewell, I’ll miss you all. As you Travel Down the Road of Life, Remember, -Let the Good Times Roll — LESLIE VIRGINIA ATKINS: Les, Les-a-lie, Liver. Act: Band 1,2,3; Band Officer 2,3; Stage Band 3; National Honor Society 3,4; President 4; Yearbook 3,4; Co-Business Editor 4; AFS ,; Math League 4; Rainbow 1,2,3,4; Grand Patriotism of the Grand Assembly of Massachusetts International Order of the Rainbow for Girls 4. Trivia: Sugar, Go for it, Wendy’s hot and greasy burgers, LB, CC, Biggs, fighting with Mr. J. MIT, the TRIP TO MAINE, Summers at the D.K., Managing?!, the week at Supreme in Kent., Germany!!, I leave Nauset to my sister Barbara. May you find all the happiness and friends that I have. Faith can break the sky in two and let the face of God shine through. DAVID KUTCHER: Baseball 1,2,3,4. Soccer 1,2,3. Basketball 1. There is nothing to fear but fear itself (F.D. Roosavelt). The help I received from faculty members Joe Walorz, Ed Obrian, Bill Campbell. Thanks! I want to thank Jack Donahue and Bob Thomas for the help they gave me in baseball. The years may pass by but the memories will live in my heart and mind forever. Flying at 3000 ft. “Hey Chris, watch out for that jet at 3 o’clock. Good luck Tim M., Dan G., Keith M. It was great being S.C. members; Going to Beantown to see the Bosox. Thanks Dad. “The harder the task the sweeter the victory!! JILL HIRSCHBERG . . “Hirsch” “Me’’. We missed our flight. Michael Mac, Music, and Memories!! Boats in the water, water’s in the boat Disco, what if I get carded? you!!! what happened to in¬ separable trio? Long talk w LK, MV, Martinis at Lociceros, Nuki!! (Queen)? “All the days’’ laugh¬ ing with friends, CM, LF., DM, LK, LF. and first period study. Being thrown out of the library w CM, DM, JM, DS, Sk, NP. Weekend trips to Brown. Tony your such a fag! Oh boy!! Endless number of trips to East Orleans deli. Letter writing “S.W.L.A.L.O.N.A.T.D. " Partying with Geroge Schmuck. Sam-Sam welcomes you to our community! Thanks Mike! Canoe +rips with C.M. Remembering Holy Angels; Ann-Marie and all of the many others. Trig. w Andy, Lynn, John and Doug. To our future yes, YOU!!! Nauset skaket, rock harbor, pochet. The lounge again? Dancing JAZZ Mark it’s not that bad here! DM and Willemary dill. Mrs. Manero?? Beaching it at Nauset w Mac. Helmuts who? “where’s the Batmobile. Literal meanings “We’re gonna get hit Hirsch!’’ He wants to com¬ mit suicide again! “Be home at 11:00’’ “Is that a lincoln I hear?’’ “FOOD” Tony, your family life is what? Juvenile fiestiness you were always there Mac. Thanks for your love Mam and Dad! July 4, 1977.78 Why are you doing this to me?” Leaving Nauset with a smile .... SHARON COOK: Cookie, Scook, Ozzie, Where the hell have you been? Hooie, the week of March 9, 1977!!! I think I’ll go upstairs and rest my eyes! Lets chat! The mint cookies are all gone Beags — a word of wisdom; beware of Big BLACK FLIES!!! A returning boomarang that did not return? Green Leslie Green!! Petra, are you enjoying your American salad? TAMU MARTIAN?? O.B. my running mate in the year whatever. 2:00 Its too late baby now though we really did try to make it! Bummer, deep sign, look of depression! Ooh Shazbat! KENYA KENYA KENYA THANK YOU SO MUCH!! I’d like to thank ALG, YL, and AFS for making my four years at Nauset a worthwhile ex¬ perience. Sometimes I lie awake at night and wonder where my life will lead me, waiting to pass under sleeps dark and silent gate. Jackson Bowne SANDRA JEAN WOODFIN: Nicknames: Sandy, San, Sam, Sambo. Ambitions: to travel, work in forestry and someday open an art studio. Memories: Tamzen Mary (RM. 943) the happy wan¬ derers, Jama, C.C. and the gang, the car actually swims, we tested it out Liney B., Sid, and me, camping, Billerica bikeys, Bowbean and the boys, Cath M. and our travels in Bess, concerts, parties, and let the good times roll on forever! KATHY HOBAN: Kath’. Favorite sayings: Ya’ Sure, excellent walking, wine and windy days, bare¬ foot, being absentminded, dried flowers, my own room (finally), R.l. with Laur and David and having an excellent time, Ho-Jo’s, Partying to the “MAX” w WH, JT, LR, DF, BT, TT, PE, SP, GC, PP, MT, LJ, AC, JC, JR, Being lazy, Colorado, My big “Sis” and her “Hubby”, Sunsets, FLEET- WOOD MAC LINDA RONSTADT In jon’s van, “Maybe I’m wrong but whose to say whats right” Many thanks to everyone that helped me to help myself, Especially my parents. Keep Growing EAST LEIGH NURSERIES Compliments of WELLFLEET REAL ESTATE 145 ,}» ' Luther Bumps Anne Shipman Jon Joyal Dyanne Malone Robin Mead Chris Kalinick Memories DYANNE MALONE: Those eyes and that laugh, Library 6th, great times with G.B., J.O., C.M., J.H., K.B., D.S., A.P., J.M., S.K., D.K., D.H., S.S., Stop Shop, and C.K., T.D., R.T., shooting arrows with S.O., Chinese food at two, English and deep talks with Gail, those labs with Kathy, concerts — Boz Doobies, and parties, stairway to Heaven, trips unknown, T.V. Trivia: new kids and old friends, thank you Dina, Gary and Peter for close friendship and memories, thank you Mom Dad and Family, writing letters with Roy, summers with C.M., J.C., T.C., S.C., And MLQ, LOUD soccer games, cookies with Zoll C.W., I leave Gail tips on how to get a guy, W.R. my place at S.P., a good book and a crowded table in the library for Eric, a lifetime savings and first string to J.C., to Jeannie a snotty member of the dishonorable society, and lots of Greek dates for D.B., food, memories are to build on! Thank you Nauset. JONATHAN JOYAL: OUTLAWS, Mike Jagger, the ring, girls, Joyal Parties, toga, toga, toga, lets jam out, GO MAD DOG, Green Death, “Bones to go,” time to m-e-l-l-o-w out, lazy spring days at the beach, intense surf and warm sunshine, Broken shock cords and broken hearts. If we live through this do it again!!! CHRISTINE KALINICK: Chris, Nick; Training and showing dogs, backpacking, driving my pony, watching old movies, mountains, Yellowstone, Animals, Adam, Becki, Kerry, Tara, Ted, and Sali. Thanks to Jenny, Tibby, Tina, Jill, Tanu, Gail and the rest of the lunch crew for all the fun and laughs. Favorite sayings: “Excuse me?”, “Hey, Gobie”, “chumcha” Thanks A.K. and E.K. for all the help and support. Tib, remember Soshe I, and Tretons in U.S., Let ' s go to the hop. See you in France, Jen. ROBIN MEAD: Nicknames: Binski, Robbay, Robbie, Bert, Rob, Wabin, Ribon, Nibor, Dame. Ac¬ tivities: Band 1 - 4, Space Cadet, Skiing always, Sailing, Sea Scouts 1 - 4; Soccer 2,3; Softball 2 - 4; Partying 1-4; Favorite sayings: soooo funny! Look what time it is, l we better go, Not too shabby! Pretty Shafty! Eyes. Bowling? Going to the beach with Lili, KP, DF, Always knowing what time it is. Trying to keep my smile all the time, even through the good and bad. Trying to keep everyone happy as much as possible. Goofing around behind “C”, Fri, and Sat. nights w DF, BB, KP, BK, PL, DL, LM, PM, AND BH. Decisions, decisions!! Wed. nights in Orleans. Faking it in the caf. w PL. Giving in ALL the time. Vat a Vaiste. BH, I want to thank my teachers and especially my terrific parents for putting up with me for these years, (which must have been tough), and for caring enough. I leave Nauset to my brother and his STRAIGHT A’S. THANK YOU ALL. ANNE SHIPMAN: “If I leave here tomorrow will you still remember me?” Lenard Skynyrd . . Roll¬ ing Stones,. . . “Beasts of Burden”. “F.S.S.S.S.S. . . . Mark Handy . . . Cordoba . . . Junior Prom “78” Nights in White Satin . . . Parties . . R.I.C. . . Wachusett Regional High School .... Handy’s Van . . . B.O.H.V. . . . Tears go by . . . After Midnight . . . “You can’t always get what you want. “Float Committee . . . February 13 . . . Mark Anne . . . Rutland . . . Sewing . . Water Skiing . . “To each his own.” Weekends . . Babe’s . . Winter Carnival “78”, Hampton Beach . . Dancing . . Casino . . Wachusett Football Games . . Home Coming “78” Papa, Gino’s . . . Chinese food . . Bear Hill Farm . . . Crimson Clover . . Christmas Eve . . Friends . . Mark I auto body . . “Goodbye doesn ' t mean forever. Led Zeppelin . . . “Stay” Bob Segar . . “Night moves”. P.F. and the Flyer’s . . . “First cut is the Deepest.” I’ll be home soon.” “P.T.L.” Feelings . . “My Family” Last chance Saloon ... 56 Chevy ... “I forgot.” “It’s a long road and a little wheel and it takes a lot of turns to get there!” LUTHER BUMPS: Lexy, LAB, Bumps, Steamship? Aquacultural; Yearbook 1-4; Chorus 1-4; ALG 4; Ski Club 1 - 4; Band 1; Math Club 2 - 4; Cross - Country 1; High Diving 3,4; wrestling 3,4; climb¬ ing 1-4, Sr. Senate; St. Comp. w UMW and The Phs., The musicals 1 - 4. Ah Wilderness, Tartuffe, more Tartuffe, Dr. Nite 1-4, “Tell me you’re kidding?” “Sorry it’s so late but . . .” “You are now in the outskirts of infinity, (one step beyond).” NMS, London, cast parties, beach parties, drama banquets, the RHPS, long talks with MM, CP, DH, JB, EH, LA, DFM, BB, SC, GF, MS, DC, CH, Trips to the White Mts., skateboarding, Boston (and the “z”) Many, many thanks to Mrs. E., Miss Hooker, FSK, John Rivers, Mr. O’Brien. I leave Nauset with too many good memories. Good luck w math GF. Best Wishes from THE INN OF THE - Compliments of GOLDEN OX DEMETRI’S SANDPIPER RESTAURANT Route 6A, Brewster, MA Route 6, N. Eastham, MA 147 -- ., f a i Q f e P f ET if " " A i i i X , ii i,,x5i,,q- David Kutcher Sharon Cook Jill Hirschberg Kathy Hoban if Bob Janson '-N N' Leslie Atkins Sandy Woodfin Memories CINDY L. GONYER: “Cin” “Cinders” Drama 2,3, I give all my love to the people who helped me when I needed them most. Tom I love you. Thanks Moe for wonderful times you’ve been a good friend. Dawn and Michael I hope you know how much I appreciate everything you’ve done for me, please keep in touch. B.C. Fair, “my nosey, my nosey, my nosey, gonna sneezy.” Cathy D. do you remember our Love Is ... . D.V., M.R.; Spaghetti dinners, late night swims, fondues, walk¬ ing in Boston, The agony of da feet. Mr. Wilkinson, I appreciate your kindness and tutoring. Our freshman parties will never be forgotten. I leave Nauset knowing my future will be better than my past. GAIL BROGI: “Bogi” Horseback riding, bicycling, art, ballet, Maine Vacations, walking through the woods, and watching and playing all sports. My animals-Ping, Roily Polly, and Daisy Belle, My plant — Schroder and my stuffed animal — Ertle. Cruising around with Ginny. Eating Pepperidge Farm cookies with Jeanne. Blocking my ears when going to games with Dyanne. Being corrupted by Dyanne and Jeanne. Listening to Lynda’s problems with Ken. “Animals are such agreeable friends — they ask no questons, they pass no criticisms.” George Eliot CHRIS MACLELLAN: Mac, Little Mac-Mac; “me” Hey, Hirsch were gonna get hit! Hey, I’m gonna run you over chink! OH BOY, we missed our flight!! Bummer it’s Monday. Weekends at Brown with J,H., D.S., J.M., A.P., S.K., AND N.P. NERDS-ONS and GOOBERS!! DISCO, what if we don’t get in? A.S. you can’t dance! Remembering Hudson High in Ohio and Kim, Mag, Tish, and others! Days and nights at Nauset Beach with Friends. D.M., J.H., and Willamary dill! Mike and his stupid threats. Hey you guys I’m gettin’ sick! the benz, jeep, and the great batmobile. FOOD! Flied lice and pu-pu’s with Jill. Helmute what? How do you spell that? Jill, I wish you the best of luck with your KING in the years to come. Hey, big Tony, your a good kid and thanks for all the rides in your GREEN batmobile! Oh, Jill your the greatest and thanks for being my friend I luv ya for it. Mom and Dad thanks for everything you’ve done for me and thanks for being there when I needed you! I love you both very much!! See ya later Dyanne, Steve, Doug, John, Liza, Nat, Andy, and Lynn. Nauset, I leave you with lots of great memories and bails of Happiness. TIBBY KULL: What’s a Tibby? Food fights with the lunch crew-4; Flying pickles- 4;water fights during gym with Cindly Loo and You too 2,3; Latin 3 and our future “Cliffie” - Shazbat - “arlyn needs a little spice in her life” says O’B, Merry Christmas to Deb R. and Deb O. Happy New Year Deb. What a tradition! Here’s to the Chris’ especially Chris C., Chris 0. and Chris K. Hey You! Go Colby! Goodbye Orleans Hello Boston. Remember it, Nikie? Isabelle is the fastest eater I’ve ever seen! Hello Jen and Tanu. By the way, Tanu I am going. Say Hi to Rahil and I ' ll see you in the next caste. Hello Bermuda Baja to the best years. To the distinguished faculty — you’ve been great! We really do love you. Mr. Owens and the darkroom — thanks! Carocolor and Eddiechrome — what? My check bounced again? Thanks for making life fun. Hello Mom! Thanks for everything. Merry Christmas to all and to all a good life. PETER LaPINA: Basketball 1,2,3 . . Track 3,4 . . Soccer 2 . . Drama 4 . . Hunting, Fishing SKI- DOOING in Canada and Vermont, Music (Boston) Favorite sayings: “What’s Happening?”, “Just Kidding!” Trivia: Frisbee’n with G.L. and S.B. during summer of ' 78. Going to Hyannis, Table 13, Disco ' 78, I hope that J.M. knows what sex he is by the end of next year. I would like to thank the teachers of Nauset and the people of Nauset for a great four years. TOM DUFFY: T.D. Art 4, Shop 4, English 4, Math 3, Nauset Woodsmen 4, Guitar 6, Simsemilla. Favorite Sayings: “Hey, Joyal, let’s jam this weekend” Gibson, Fender, Marshall, Aerosmith, Led Zepplin, Clapton, Beck, Sholt’s from Boston. Take it easy V.J. stay healthy, The yearbook should have been dedicated to Jimbo the Janitor or Stew Finlay. DOUGLAS BROWN: Sport fishing, hunting, boats, crusing around in the green machine, catching a jag. Do a little 4-wheeling, park it and leave it. Double it and do it. Do a little of the right kind. Going to the D.D. with S.H. having a few with no money. I leave Nauset with alot of memories and say good bye to R.M. but not for good. LEAH M. NEWCOMB: Lee. Basketball 1-4; Softball 2,3,4; All Star 2, Track 1 — Cape Island Open 1st, 2nd. Feb ' 76, Remember Herringbrook Way! All the good and bad times with T.S. May they Best Wishes to the Class of 1979 THE COVE SALT BOX, distinctive gifts Cove, Road, Orleans. 255-5588 Compliments of THE HOLE IN ONE DONUT SHOP Rte. 6, N. Eastham-At the Fairway 149 Emily Farrell Glenn Olson Pam Levassuer Betsy Brackett Scott Klahne Margaret Verdery Memories continue FOREVER. To Patty-lt’s to bad you weren’t graduating with us. The great times in Elementary School with Gessy, Necky and Peter, 2 on 2. To my whole family I love you all. Thanks to Paul White and Bob Rice for putting up with my sour face. May you always continue to product 1 teams. To D.F. and L.M. I wish the best to you both, keep on flirting, you do it best! Good bye to all my friends, Good Luck and may I see you all someday. To D.V. and M.R. Your life is one and your life is together. Good Luck. To my sisters Jane and Janet you have only one year left make the best of it. C.N. and C.N. it sure was hard for all of us but thanks. To my Gaelic, lover GRAM MACHREE!!! To the PE dept thanks for making this year gym class something to enjoy. CL COLORADO HERE I COME!!! EMILY L. FARRELL: Parties! Doing nothing 1,2,3,4. Having fun with summer friends! Going to Florida with P.W. “Melting C.R. clothes in the dryer” Concerts at the coliseum sleeping during the warm up bands. Smiling and enjoying life. Taking care of my animals. Favorite sayings: T.C. can you help me with m math? “Get out” “Are you serious?: Don’t embarrass me!” “Dad can I have another animal? I leave my love to my sister Irene, and to my crazy niece Erin whose always bugging me . . . Also to my nephew Denny, Judd, Mathew, Kyle, and Micheal I leave my big mouth for future use!! . . . Finally I leave Nauset relieved!!!! PAMELA LEVASSUER: Nicknames: Pam, Spam, Pammy, Pammel. Activities: Art 2,3,4. Soccer 2. Frisbee 3,4 . . . Bicycleistmatist!! Sayings: Hey there! How Ya Doin? Not too Shabby! Ree Foul!! Ah, Man!! What’s your problem? Ya Dumb! Decent! Partying with: B.K. (N.S.P.!!) R.M., D.L., (B BALL GAMES, CRUISING!!!) L.M., especially L.S. (Jan. 25 !!!). Munching out!! Zeppelin, Outlaws Concerts!!!!!! Jibbers Green Death!! Rainbows. The moon. (HA! HA!) Skiing with J.D., L.H., D.F., G.B., and R.M. — What a joke!!! Sheep Pond. Always Complaining. Traveling (Hopefully) Making Plans. Always being asked for gum!!! Loving the cold!!! Wanting to LEAVE!!! I leave D.L. to deal with the system!! SEE YA LATER!!!!!!!!!(MUNCH)! GLENN OLSON: Boo, Stein, OLLIE. Baseball 1-4; Basketball 1 2; Soccer 3; Stage Crew 3 4; Betsy, Always having an excellent time being together. Partying with B. B.W. D.D. Tryin ' to get lucky. Snowstorms. Breaking down at the Sagamore Bridge. The Pig Sam, Duke Duke, Eloise. Favorite Sayings: “Hey, Wanna Get Lucky?”, “Hey Chump”, I’m gonna break your face . . To Mr. D. I leave a freshman, Dave Kutcher. To Jimbo I leave a cigarette factory. To my little sister I leave Bres. And my excuses. To Mikey Rhodes I leave no stage crew and many head¬ aches. To Nauset I leave thanks for 4 good years. MARGERET VERDERY: Riding 1 - 4; Student Council 2,3; Nat. Honor Soc. 3,4; German exchange 4; Snow’s button pusher. Trialrides with A.S.; MLD; Ptown; WSF; horse shows; FGF; the “inseper- able trio”:; MRC; letters; phone calls; going mad-dog with L.K., and J.H. and embarrassing MRW (I don’t know you guys); 6 4 78; Summer 1978; Nauset Beach parties; concerts; Digger rides; SMS; LH (my fellow lunitic); the Nick crew and friends; Round Robin; JPT; little white Subaruby and spastic Samantha; always trying to do 90 million things at once and never succeeding (“I can’t handle this!”) thanks to my parents — you ' ve done more than I can say; I’m heading down South to horse country — see ’y’ all later . . BETSY BRACKETT: Bet, B2, Lizabeth. Stage Crew 3 4; Kitchen 2,3,4; My little Boo, Miss Piggy Sam , Swedish Swamp Coffee, protecting Trina, Sundays with G.O.! C.M., M.M., NOT DRIVING!!! Duckie, waterskiing, having a tiny mom but a larger master, being lazy, my poor stinkey bink and my new Max and Spencer, Arthur, Roz Mr. B., boobsie twins, sailing, Moles Ville with S.P., G.M., G.O., R.D., T.C., J.H., M.C., E.F. Bothering little Mikey, riding Eloise (at least trying to), Maine Pines, Fiddle F. Farm., my great relatives, my super Dad, driving Binski crazy, London with G.M. S.B., Friendlys, galley dutie with D.F., water fights, B.H. and his buggies, bothering Brook. Favorite sayings: “THE MOTHERS ARE HOME” “but hunny PLEASE!” I leave Nauset wondering whose going to get stuck doing Berthas apples and to Uncle Stan I leave all the dumb blondes he can handle!! Compliments of WELLFLEET MOBIL CENTER BAY SAILS MARINE and Rte. 6, Wellfleet 151 152 Margaret Holland Diane Durgin Jean O’Brien Steve Richardson Jacki Quinn Memories SCOTT ERIC KLAHNE: Golf 2; Track 3,4; Yearbook Photo. 4; Chemistry !@ $% ! $ r?? (P.O.H. only redeeming factor) Mrs. Walkers Law Class 4; U.S, History Honors 3, HARVARD BOUND!!! Heinrich 3, Duren Germany, Mercedes 280SL, Boston Trips, Much love to PEGGY, my foreign exchange friends; Leslie Tanu, Brendon, and Isabelle and to N.S. (good luck in Washington) G.N. (cruising and candy bars 3) also to my good friend Cindy and to all the rest of my close friends. Much love also to my Mother, who throughout my entire life has given me constant love and support and to all the teachers and guidance counsilers at Nauset I owe a large thank you! I leave Nauset taking with me some of the best times of my life, optimistic that I will someday be¬ come a successful lawyer. To the underclassmen, I can only say that Nauset is what you make it. Aufviedersehen! PAMELA HOLMBERG: Pam, Pruney, Stretch, 2-tall. Softball 2 3; Hobbies: Billy, parties, Nature, Cruising, Memories, WELLFLEET, W.H. Drive-in, P-Town gang, Friends, and Life. Favorite Sayings: Do it up, Book it!, Speak to me Lipchen, Dream on. Dedications: I Pam Holmberg, leave Mr. Gray many thanks much appreciation for all he has done for me. I leave Ree, Kathy and Dee many years of friendship and luck, and I thank them for helping me make it through all of our years together JACKIE QUINN; Nicknames: Jack, Jacques, Klynore; Activities: soccer (with coach K.), basketball (with Sr. Peter), tennis, softball (with Gramps) and horse-back riding. The Emerald Isle. My good Benedictine background, climbing the Twelve Pins, apple-pieing the beds in the dorm, rolling down Cleggan Head, Winnifred-Pooh! Doing sums with the master, learning Gaelic, traveling 9 countries with German, Ted, cross-barring home with Feichin Walsh, American Christmas in VI, going to the pictures with Debbie H. Favorite Sayings: “I bags the leftovers” ‘‘No your not forgiven Trish!” ‘‘Really?” ‘‘You wouldn’t believe it.” I leave Nauset with many happy memories of the year and a half I had here. Thanks to all my patient teachers and most of all thanks to my parents. DIANE MARIE THERESA DURGIN; Paul, Diane 2 and or 1, the other Diane, Little Diane, Hey You, Muscles McCartney, Band 3,4; C.C.Conservatory Wind Ensemble 3,4; Yearbook 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Organ (Practice? ME?), ' ll x-mas, concert, ' 78 ARG concert. BOSTON! (Re¬ member the guy in the subway) RED SOX!, Hanging out in the bandroom, Sharing my birthday with Burgurus Rex, Writing letters, Pulling Arthur, New York! (Ramada Inn), BEATLES, (’specially Paul), Bee Gees, A.Gibb, Taylor Co. Chicago, Eagles, Dvorak, and YELLOW MERCEDES! ‘‘Well I’m going to broaden my outlook”, ‘‘No, actually we’re just good friends”, ‘‘You swine!:” “SCUM” ‘‘Hi Mr. Rice!”, “SCHMUCK!”, ‘‘Let’s ' ave a rumbler!, ‘‘It’s Them!”, ‘‘I think we’ve been recog¬ nized!”, ‘‘Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanokoniosis” (It is a word!) “ARG” ‘‘Aw Bear” Thanks to my parents for their love, the Fab Four and and Brothers Gibb, my teachers (well, most of them), L.G., B.C., R.W., (Hello Robin!), C.H. (Hey Grandad!), L.R. (Ringo Star), D.G. (Hovering Harrison) and C.W. (Paul McCartney’s sidekick! — JOHNNY!) . . . Let it be . . . JEAN O’BRIEN: Jeannie, O ' B. Field Hockey 1,2; B-Ball 1 - 4; S-Ball 1 - 4; CC 3; Senior Senate 4; Dishonorable Society 4; Joking around 1 - 4; Having a hard time corrupting Gail; no Chinese food at 2 a.m.; Bowling giving the future “Cliffie” (Arlyn) a hard time; ‘‘Hey Mare!” My long-lost sis¬ ter Bertram; Pat, she’s got potential!” Being Sharon C’s running mate for the Presidency in 2000; Let’s chat instead of work!; Remember gang, it;s only a movie! Latin 3???; ‘‘The only way to stay sane is to be ‘‘crazy”; Nanu-Nanu; HELLO!!! Running around the outside of an insane society, the healthiest thing to do is laugh.” Warren Hinkle P.S. Hi! Jane Hall. MARGARET HOPE HOLLAND: Nicknames: Margherita, Mar, Hope. Activities: Art 1 - 4; Softball 3. Trivia: Hanging around with B.C., R.W., M.M., C.H., and the Beatlemaniacs — C.W., L.R., D.D., D.G., being mysterious, ah-haaaa!, canoeing with M., camping up in Chester, VT., day¬ dreaming, long walks. Favorite Sayings: ‘‘Oh, Well”; “grose!!”, ‘‘you’ve gotta be kiddin’ me”. Thanks to Mrs. L. and Mrs. M. and my family for all their help. ‘‘Life belongs to the living, and he who lives must be prepared for changes.” STEPHEN RICHARDSON: “Steve”, “Bernie”. Soccer 3,4; Baseball 1 - 4; Gunning with Dave, Doug, Doak, Mike; Fishing on the Nektom; Cruising with Tom; Skiing; My firebird; Maine. Compliment’s of SNOW ' s, Orleans 153 David Turcotte Theresa Carey Kathy Baskin John Zollinger Kevin Higgins maw Dee Tomkinson Becky Fiero Chris Chamberlain Tanu Merchant Memories LANI J. GOVE: Sky, madman, Beetle, Legs, Hey you, Long Johns, Loonie, Goofie, Flanny. Track 2,3,4; Soccer 3; Going Crazy 1 - 5; Being misunderstood 1 - 5; Not getting caught 1 - 5; Favorite Sayings: “Take my word, I’m a madman, don’t you know?” (E. John) “The real in us is silent, the acquired talkative.” Trivia: Beach combing with M.C., T.L.C. and good ol’M.G. Smoking up East- ham in the “Slug-Bug”. Dedication: Love to: Miss McDonald, C.L., W.C., L.L., R.C., M.C., D.W., K.K., B.K., L.H., L.C., J.W.: Darrel, Never forget the “Slug-Bug”, Bill plus Cathy. Don’t touch my beer, tha’s my dancing spirit you have there! art art art art art art art THOMAS L. BAIRD: Nicknames: Tom, Bairdsky. Activities: Cross Country 1,2; Track 1-4; Cap¬ tain 4. Band 1-4; Stage Band 3,4. Trivia: Wellfleet and Hyannia. Being with my friends. Weekends. Scalloping. Cruising around the Cape. Riding motorcycles. Audrey Having loads of fun in this Senior Year. Favorite saying, Prove it, sure we can. I thank those who made these four years at Nauset so great. DAVID PAUL TURCOTTE: Turk; Surfing 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 . . Kathy. Pool dust, Granny knots, the 4 second tube, Surfaries, The Woody, Any swell? Hoot Hoot Herbie, Goin left! Pretty Vacants, Leo, got a smoke? I leave Nauset on the path to MAUI! KEVIN HIGGINS: Nicknames: Higgs at Half, Kev. Activities: Track, soccer with a broken arm, 2,3 A.V. 2,3,4; I.A. 1 - 4; Club Disco 2,3; Hunting, fishing, jogging the Point. Trivia: partying with L.G., K.F., D.S., A.P., D.D., this ones for Ad. Kw, wicked!!! Favorite sayings: lets check out the beach, Punch it! I’m going crazy! Let’s go cruisin. I leave Doug the rock blind and Double “D” Crow Hill — remember? I leave Leslie my Pinto., Good luck in the future, Don’t forget those parties! I leave Nauset with two Higgins’s to come. Have fun!! KATHLEEN BASKIN: Kathy; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Cheerleading 2,3; Drama 3,4; Ski Club, Honor Society: smiles, barefeet, Backstage elastic fights with TC, RD, and MC, sunshine, running for the bus, sweaters, SKIING, weird parties with Dale, London ' 78, sailing — Tall Ships, Rendez-vous, sombreroes, Lil Abner, sacking out on the aud. rug (and in Ancient History), swimming at LL ' til 2:00 am, scraping CR’s clothes out of the dryer, TVH DQ, Gorilla attack on the beach, re¬ membering nothing and forgetting all the rest ... To Theresa Carey, I leave a life-time supply of pencils, to my family, I leave much love and thanks, and to Laurie, I leave lots of great times and a new “roommate”. Good-bye and Good Luck! THERESA CAREY: Softball; Drama 2,3,4; Honor Society; London ' 78; Scraping C.R.’S clothes out of the dryer, Elastic Fights, lending pencils to Kathy, White pants and Cold duck; taking off my shoes, Gorillas on the beach, Hot camaros; Summer ’78; the scenic route, China Lake York Beach; P.R. at the Orleans Cinema, Long walks and cups of tea; Hot Ken!!!!!! CHRISTIN A. CHAMBERLAIN: Chris, Krista, Chocolate-Chip; Rainbow 1 - 4; Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook 2,3,4; A.F.S. 3,4; Golf 2; Chorus 1,2; This is tacky! Yeo Skipper! I hate Trig! Fat Out! Excellent. Steve, Wendy’s, Liza, MAINE, Colby, Dancing with the gang, Fun with Les Barb, German Class?, Good Luck: Les, Barb, Tammy, Kim, Esther, Tibby, Mike, Barry, Tamm, Cindy, and Alan. My ambition is to be happy, succeed, grow-up, and to grow my hair! I leave Nauset with sadness, but look forward to the future both joy and fear . . . TANU MERCHANT: “NUNU” Rotary Exchange Student from Bombay, India. Trivia: Horseback riding, letter writing, meeting people, eating, sleeping! Favorite pastimes: CLOWNING!! Chris, you’re the first sister I’ve ever had, and you’re the Greatest! Thanks for everything! Tibby — for the friendship and laughter; say “group”. Isabelle, how’s the belly buttom? (oops sorry!) Bren¬ dan, did you eat your apple today? Chris, excuse me? “OOPSIE WOOPSIE, come here poopsie. Boston, where’s Mama Chris? DEIRDRE TOMKINSON: Dee, Dee-dee; Favorite sayings: Doobie-Wah, Get small! Say what? Party Hardy, and May every day be “Campground day”. Good times w L.K., B.F.; getting small in the buzz-beal while listening to Van Halen, p.b.j. sandwiches, “Good Friday “78”; Mr. C’s chem. class, coffee donuts 2nd period. P-Town tower 11 7 77; Deja-Vu, Sailing . . .; Special thanks to the Cestaros — especially G. — what’s 3x12 again? R.H.P.S. w K.P. — “Don’t Dream it — be it”. Last of all I ' d like to thank Mom for always being there. I leave Nauset with a smile. Congratulations Class of ’79 . . . Don’t Forget The Frosty!! WENDY’S OLD FASHIONED HAMBURGERS 155 156 Memories ■1 REBECCA FIERO: Becky, Little Beck, Bucky. Cheerleading 4. “You guys’’ I’ll always remember going to P-Town with Leigh and Dee. Good times with K.W. and S.H. in Monson. Soccer games and the bus rides home. Bosely’s with A.K., H.P., and B.P. Hey Kermit! March 18th. Good Friday " 78. Dee the instigator. My great sister Anne. Watching Leigh canter. Great talks with Kim, “Hip- Hip” Sitting in the back of the class first period. Hanging around with T.L. The trip to M.V. on Halloween. Never reaching five feet tall. My first driving lesson with E.B. Joking with T.P. Working at Bradlees. And of course, BION. JOHN ZOLLINGER: Ex-Cheshire CAt. ’70 Chevelle? Skiing with McKegs in the Berks. Party Roberts? Move?? C.C. Summer ’77 Thanks and luck to S.B., D.R., C.W., M.Y., and the “Welch” R.V. “Who me crazy?” SNL 1, S.S. takes one to get one. Phase? “I better sit down. “Cone of my own. ’41, ’47 Chevy, “Hey Andy, up to the B.C.? Cruising for the A W. I leave 5-year plans to the Russians and R.V. Rich and Famous by 25? J.L. will rise and reign supreme again! Watch out Martin. MICHELE DUFF: Let it grow, let it grow Let it blossom, let it flow In the sun, the rain, the snow Love is lovely So let it grow .... ADIOS AMIGOS!!! BARRY PERREAULT: “Curlers”, “Hair”, “Bush”, “Bear”, “Brillo”, National Honor Society 3,4. Hobbies: Music, eating, sleeping, drinking languages (all of them), history, Disco Dancing, Donna Summer, Grace Jones, All this work would be for nothing unless I knew my brother would be coming here next year for his 4-year struggle. Trivia: great times I’ll never forget with L.A., C.C., B.A., J.M., C.C., and N.B. SUSANNA GRAHAM: Man’s wisdom is the gift of heaven, the greatest gift of all. In either am nor wish to be clever enough to prove you Wrong, though all men might not think the same as you do.Farewell! LYNDA L. WATSON: Nicknames-Lyndy-Lou, Baby Watson TRIVIA: “Summer of ’78” (K.J.R.) To Gail I wish only good wishes for you now and always, thanks for being a good listener. To all of my friends I hope that we stay close. Glenna and Ginny, lunch wouldn’t be the same without both of you, thanks for lots of laughs. I leave holding fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is a broken winged bird that cannot fly. KEN RODERICK: Nickname: Rod Basketball 2 . . work study 3,4, Trivia: Waterskiing at Long Pond. “Summer of 78” Working at the B.P. with D.M. Looking forward to the winter of 79 at Killing- ton with P.F. T.S. STEVEN “ACE” KNOWLES: Activities: 1,2,3,4 golf, partying and women chasing. Favorite say¬ ings: The most important things in life are: women, money, golf, and booze. You talkin to me? Hey Nat, when we gonna have dinner. Party at Nat’s house, Tim you going to play golf today? Jim road trip tonite? Jean, Party tonite? In leaving I say, “Thanks to all of the people who helped me get through High School.” ROBIN WAYDA: Band 2,3,4; Chorus 1; Stage band 3,4; Cape cod Music Festival 1; Playing cards in the library. Always being late for Mr. Campbell’s and Mr. Wilkenson’s classes. Braces forever! Favorite saying: Nanoo Nanoo. Thanks to C.W., B.G., M.H., B.C., L.R., B.D., D.G., For a terrific four, and many thanks and much love to my parents for without them it would of been harder than it was. DIANE CALKINS: Nicknames: “D” C.C. Twin 1. Favorite sayings: How’s your love life? Trivia: Partying at N.B. w T.W., DD.C., R.D. M.N. Going to Hole In Oneat 7:28am for a cup of coffee. Favorite Teacher E.B. Out behind “C” w S.B., J.H., D.C. 2. Activities: Field Hockey 3; I.A. Compliments of HOWARD JOHNSON’S Route 28 and 6A, Orleans, MA 157 David Turcotte Tanu Merchant Theresa Carey 81 Kathy John Zoliinger Chris Chamberlain Baskin Kevin Higgins f Dee Tomkinson 84 Becky Fiero 154 Memories l 4; Drama 3. I leave E.B. with the lantern started 4 78. I also leave the “N” twins to be the most look alike in their year. THANKS! DONNA CALKINS: Nicknames: “D”, Dummy, Pest. Activities: Field Hockey 1 - 3, Drama 3, I.A. 4, Favorite Sayings: Let’s split, lata, Oh man, Hurry up, You brat, Hey we’re on time. Trivia: N.L. Early in the morning 7:30, looking for the boys, to and from school, Back stage with R.D., L.H., 5. B., S.P., Behind “C” w S.B., J.H., D.C. 1. Well thanks to T.W. R.D. Mostly for my best two years down on the Cape, and especially all my thanks to my parents for putting up with the good and the bad and for putting me where I am now, On the Cape, and still in school. I also leave the Newcomb TWINS to take out place in the SR. year. TERRI WELCH: Ter, Terrance, Marie. Activities: Drama 2; (with S.P., ETC.), Work Study 3,4. Fa¬ vorite Sayings: “I can’t drive without my hat”, ‘‘So what’s up?”, Hi Guys! Trivia: Confusing people with D.C., D.C.; Coffee and doughnuts at 7:28; partying!! 6-23-78 with M.M. and with R.D. and whoever else seemed to be around! I ' ll always remember you M.C.! I leave Nauset with a Good¬ bye to Mrs. Laning and the thought of my sister in 12 years! Bye gang! . . . Have fun!! BARBARA GARDNER: ‘‘Friz”, ‘‘Shorty”. Chorus 1; Business Club 1; Trivia: Fieldtrips, going to court; London, England; Favorite sayings: ‘‘Here they come again!”, ‘‘Get outta here”, ‘‘Na¬ turally ‘‘I just washed my hair!”, Favorite things to do: eat, talking L.R., up the wall. Bugging D.D., D.G., and C.W., walking on the beach with C.W., I liave my history books with Mr. Hutch¬ ings, and my study hall with Tammy. Thanks also to D.R., K.R., J.W., and R.W. Thanks to all those who make this possible and thanks most of all to the two people who made it all possible, and my sister’s and brother who helped me with all that awful homework. DAVID W. SULLIVAN: ‘‘Sully”; CC wrestling, Lacrosse; math club; dishonorable society; D.S., C.C. yearbook “B all you can B” General Lee. PETRA RECK: I want to thank all the people who gave me the chance to come to America. Es¬ pecially Mr. Mrs. Van Norman and my Gernam Parents. STEPHEN BASSET: Nickname: Wease,; Activities: NONE. Trivia: Hanging out behind “C " , Going to the Boughnut Shop 2nd period with D.C., J.H., Partying!!! Riding around in the green Buick. Hiding behind my sunglasses. Working at the B.P. Thanks to the cafeteria ladies for munchies!!! Hanging out on Wellfleet street corners. P.S. I leave Nauset with no knowledge of the past four years!! MICHAEL BRIAN UNDERHILL: “Mike” “undies” “Sea Gull” “When all else fails read the direc¬ tions.” “ARF” “A game of hoop” “Decent” “Get me a half gal of milk.” “Wellfleet Gulf” “See ya”, “one these days under the hood.” VIRGINIA C. ALBERTS: Gina, the Mafia Leader, A Grub! Activities: changing my attitude towards life and finding its not so bad 3,4; Any more Coke? This is true. Help! Hey spy, what’s happening! J.B. let’s go to the store! Hey R.M. French pronouns! Thanks to my family, June Whit, and my teachers for putting up with me. Also Joyce McD. F.B.J. a very special thanks for helping me through my Junior year on an even keel; I couldn’t have made it without your help and guidance. Always stick to your beliefs, it may get you into trouble but it’s the only way to be. Look out world, here I come!!! DANIEL MEANY: Nickname; Freak; I would like to dedicate my drinking days to the B.N.I. to the crazy group at D.D., G.M., S.C., T.M., J.H., J.D., past three years. I would also like to dedicate the yearbook to Mr. Walker for making me a law abiding citizen, and for getting the year together, the best senior year at Nauset Good Luck to my friends who might be staying here for more years to come. FREAKS Unite! Compliments of Have a Good Life - GOOSE HUMMOCK SHOP HEAD AND FOOT SHOP Orleans 159 I Memories ALISON ANN BENZ: “Al” Soccer 2,3,4 (Co-capt 4); B-Ball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Class Treasurer 2,3,4; Student Council 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Soccer ’77 and ’78 — the ultimate. (Papa Gino’s hasn’t changed at all!) K.A.’s Cottage — couldn’t ask for more. N.E.D. with More — “What’s a 10-100?” Summer of ’76 mini-golf sessions with T.L., A.L., T.B., waiting for the boat. Europe ’77, Rob — what a “trip”. Driving lessons Fox and Mike. “Let me think about it.” Owls and bears, “keep a low profile.” Nauset Beach (till I die???). Beach rides with S.W. and M.R., sunsets, “brainstorms”, getting psyched at Liney’s . . . whoa! Living in my car, Snap City! Doubles with Amy “Can this really be tennis?” Having a great time and regretting nothing. Good luck Kris and Trace. Thanks to all who have given me help and support and made my years at Nauset unforgetable. It’s been real, and the memories will live on . . . RUSS BARTLETT: BHAVP. FTA! Flash! Goodbye Zeits, Wittet, and T.A. Grandman’s 100, XR on the lines, those were the days! Doublin’ up with Kath and Nancy and BH. Whittemaker- the test. The 360.X5 on the road, Boot it! MG in the shop, Wrestling-114, can he do it? JELVS! BHS- parties in the pines- the blessings. LeMans-E. Orleans, Mario Buhler DNF; too much surface area. The call from VA. Please, Walter 10:00? Monapatrol! You’re busted! Monomoy Audio-Specialists in tremble and balance, some bimodulation-maybe. S.T.F. in orbit-hold on kid! C.C. ’78, Huff- hater Club, team membership, maybe next year. Do it Dick! Track-shoot for Miles. Good riddance to N.H.S. As I cruise away in the white Trans Am on two wheels, I leave the last BHA board meet¬ ing behind me. As for 32, too bad. I finish up this year doing beakers with the Doctor, B.W., and BHA. The Z is coming, then hello Georgia. DAWN M. VEIT: “Dawn”. Drama 2,3, ALG 3 V 2 , 4-Michael and CG, TG with our bottle of Riunite, cold winter nights, watching movies from the beach parking lot. Halloween ’77, ’78, “guys were crazy”. Going out to dinner and listening to hurricanes across the table. 7th period-“bUt we don’t have a class” Slowcooking hamburgers, sitting on the cancal, Maine and alone finally. Fondues and spaghetti, afternoon rows across the cove, Cin, Tom, Michael, and myself falling asleep in the beach parking lot. Thanks to my two families whose love and support has backed me up. To MA., I leave the bus stop and its traffic, Donna and Linda the hope of finding someone special. To A.L., D.S., K.A., A.B., M.R., S.W., L.C., R.M., I wish you love and happiness. I leave L.C., to forsee our pot-belly’s at 45 and happy March 24th. Cindy and Tom you have something special and that something is you’re beautiful people. Cindy thanks for always being there. To Michael I leave behind my life in hopes of creating a more beautiful one with you, from now on you’re my life. p.s. L.N. keep on trying. A.L., keep on washing cars. CHRISTIN G. GIBSON: Chris, Chrissie, Chrislet, Cristina. Activities: Student Council 1,2,3,4; Drama 1,2,3,4; SAC 1,2,3; RAC alt 4: Track 2; Newspaper 1,2,3,4; Exec. Board 3,4; ALG 4; Year¬ book 3,4; The Clique 12; Hating Math 1,2,3,4! Trivia: Rehersals, Rehersals!! Never having enough time! Always being sweet and innocent, Little Abner rehersals, (rides with Julie) LONDON!! The HOTEL Enterprise, CANTERBURY!!! with that whole crew (Look at the sheep, Chas!) Prom ’78, close encounters, Summer ’78 — swimming and magicians, Youth Group! Camp Dennen 1-4; Orisa, Long deep talks with W.VV. C.W., getting mellow, costumes for Tartuffe (incest is best), Ip for Ip, The Holy Wars with Cats, Tennis with Kim, talking, laughing, being slightly spaced crazy!!! Imitations with my scarf, voice class, learning to dance? Dreaming . . . Charley’s Aunt!! “Daht- mouth, dear?” What?! Yale Drama School!! Creating cleavage (ouch 1), four hands in Adv. Bio. (remember Chris?) M.M.’s eyebrows, staying through for Mike-Fleetwood Mac et als., Tuna, Never cutting my hair!! Loving and living. Sayings: “Oh, dear . . ”, “you blew it”, I’m sorry”, “Be real”, “Oh my God”. I leave Kim a can of tennis balls, Esther a shoulder to cry on, Sue, my scarf and Nauset to Jenny. Many thanks to Mr. E., Mrs. Laning (most of all!), et als. Thanks and love to C. I leave Nauset with many warm memories and friendships. THANKS!! Best Wishes to the Class of ’79 EASTHAM AUTO PARTS, INC. Compliments of DRAKE’S INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 161 6 wgsafffw A ,,, QA N David Sullivan W it 1 i W A it . 1 A C 4' 1, E 'qs fi. ,A .W , 1 4 wf..Xft,5?iii,atv'g53.,s5vqK i. f 'L 2 -, ,QL l K 3 ' . , W iw at Petra Reck . ,. fi a f Vi, ' r ' . 41' is -'g',Ji'ii' -f S. ,,g- "'-' s,-s Q3"w19'1f-X ' -43-ai ' Y' .,-' A-ff ve I, . A 5-,,,. -rp .. 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KATHLEEN ANN HEMMINGS: Kathy; I like . . . watching DAVE surf, skateboard and all the great things he does! Long sunny days at the beach, swimming, sailing, riding Whisky, going to Boston to see Ed Sue, listening to Jackson Browne, DAVE!!! and English with Mr. Laning, thank you! Good luck in everything you do D.R., P.H., E.H., T.Y. everyone! I leave Nauset with lots of high hopes and a great big smile! GRACE CLARK: “Grade” “Skippy” Art 1,2 poetry, “PMP” Sunday afternoons, good friends, sunsets, photography, feasting, wine and dancing, long walks and rewarding conversations. To my friends at Nauset, good luck and keep in touch. To my mother, family and the people who make it possible for this final year - thank you. JANET POPE CRARY: “Crarybutt”, “JC”, Track 1-4, Field Hockey 1-3, Art, Yearbook, Ski Club, Boy’s Hockey Stat. 2-4; Jr. Sr. Senate; Drama 3-4. Sailing, swimming, skiing, skating, smiling, sunshine! JPM, Nauset Beach — nite day, First partie test! Fireworks, Tourney games, horzon, summer sunsets Nova Scotia, Leominster, Germany “79” woods mountains, beebles fantasy, car crazy cutie, Trackies — ML, RD, TD, JR, GL, TF, EB. Also SL LH. Goiod luck Ed. Much thanks to the Morans. “There are places I’ll remember, all my life, though some have changed. Some forever, not for better, some have gone and some remain.” SUSAN A. O’NEIL: Activities . . . Track 2-3 . . Yearbook 3-4 . . Track 2 . . . Trivia . . Munchouts with Amy and Ceal, Pizza and Ice Cream, “Mom and the family”, FRIENDLYS, summer, Beach Parties The Prom With Amy and Mike, depression, field day ' 78, reaching the top of the hill and rejoicing, sunsets and moonrisings, meeting new people (DM) learning to drive the honda, Finally feeling close to Ceal, “Dancing Queen” The Freshman Fued, D-Dragon in the summer, R C quiet times, learning to be me, Tourney games . . Good times with A.D., C.K., M.G., P.R., C.G., L.P., E.B. Freshman and sophomore year with P.O. (who I couldn’t stand at the time) C.B., H.G., W.E., and little brother David. “My friend is one whom I can associate my choicest thoughts.” Thoreau JEFFREY ROSS PALM: Nicknames: J.R, Jarvine. Soccer 1 - 4; Basketball 2,3,4; Drama 1 - 4. Favorite Sayings “Got a Bone?”, Hey d’ere boy!, Y.C.S., Summer of 78, “Surfs up in Cape Had- teras with -Big ERN.”, Partying in the Van — May 12, 1978, Prom Night, best night of my entire four years at Nauset, My life began with Anne, T.I.T.A., Thanks to Mr. Donahue for giving me the opportunity in my Junior Year, and to Mark Matheson for the coaching and the tips. Now I leave Nauset High! KIMBERLY J. BAKER: Favorite Saying: I finally made it! Activities: Photography, Head Foot Shop, Embroidery, Horse, Having Fun, Chet. DEIRDRE L. ROOT: Dee- trivia: Summer Saturday nights; 400BZD; November 29, 1978; people jumping up and down in front of doors; mighty midgets, little David, Good Luck Donna Inca! I leave Nauset with no regrets!! Good Luck to K.H.,D.T.,T.D.,R.T.,E.H.,P.H. JACQUELINE DAY: Jackie,Wacky,Yacky. Horseback riding, Joey, partying, P-Town, partying, Piggy’s 2 for 1, Truckin, the mustang, Summer ’78, Laughing at the jocks, individualize, Good Times with D.M., D.D., J.F., T.M., L.H., C.D., T.S., J.H., L.K., L.B. Favorite sayings: “say what” “No way” “your a nut” I Jackie Day leave Cris Dobey the agony of 2 more years at N.R.H.S. Thanks Mom and Dad. Compliments of CAPE COD FIVE CENTS Best of Luck to the Class of ’79 SAVINGS, LE GOURMET Wellfleet 163 T 1 t v Memories COLLETTE CRAWFORD: CollettaSue. Class President 1, Student Council 1, Drama 2,3,4, Gym¬ nastics 1,2, Cheerleading 2, “76-a year to remember, D.D.” Talks in the salarium with Hermie, Good Times with S.M., (Snow drifts,Mushrooms!!!) Long talks with R.A. (F.I.-E.R.). N.Y., Florida!! Cushing “T” parties, Alumni all nighters (Mikey), SUMMERTIME!!! (Chris) Thanks to D.S. for every¬ thing. I, Collette Crawford leave Nauset HIGH!!!! DEBORAH ANN REID: Nicknames: “Debby,” Deb, Hey Reid, Bonerack, Strech. Favorite sayings: Lets not and say we did, Scooby dooby doo, Excellent, you twit, swift. Activities -Gym (2) t,t,f with Kath and Whit. Flying arrows, not at that target! lunch and English with Rosey and Rooh. Trivia-Being crazy with Renee, “Compass” watching soaps, getting my braces off, being with close friends (The best of luck to: Tib, Cin, Whit and Kath) walking the beach, being confused, Thinking about ... I leave high school hoping to find happier times ahead as the wonderful times I have spent with Mom, Dad, and Steven in the past. “Thanks” Memorles ALISON ANN BENZ Al Soccer 2 3 4 fCo capt 41 B Ball 1 2 3 4 Tennrs 1 2 3 4 Class Treasurer 234 Student Councll 34 Natlonal Honor Soclety 34 Soccer 77 and 78 the ultlmate fPapa Glno s hasnt changed at aII'1 K A s Cottage couldnt ask for more N E D wlth More What s a 10 1009 Summer of 76 mln: golf sesslons w1th T L A L T B waltlng for the boat Europe 77 Rob what a trap Dnvlng lessons Fox and Mlke Let me thunk about It Owls and bears keep a low profule Nauset Beach ftlll I dIe'P'?'?D Beach rldes wlth SW and M R sunsets bralnstorms gettlng psyched at Llneys whoa' Llvlng In my car Snap Cnty' Doubles wlth Amy Can thus really be tenn1s'P Havlng a great tlme and regrettlng nothlng Good luck Krls and Trace Thanks to all who have glven me help and support and made my years at Nauset unforgetable It s been real and the memones wlll Ilve on RUSS BARTLETT BHAVP FTA' Flash' Goodbye Zelts Wlttet and TA Grandmans 100 XR on the lrnes those were the days' Doublln up wlth Kath and Nancy and BH Whlttemaker the test The 360 X5 on the road Boot It' MG In the shop Wrestllng 114 can he do It? JELVS' BHS partles In the panes the blesslngs LeMans E Orleans Marlo Buhler DNF too much surface area The call from VA Please Walter 10 O09 Monapatrol' You re busted' Monomoy Audlo Speclallsts In tremble and balance some blmodulatlon maybe STF In orblt hold on krd' CC 78 Huff hater Club team membershlp maybe next year Do It Duck' Track shoot for Mules Good rlddance to N H S As I cruise away In the whlte Trans Am on two wheels I leave the last BHA board meet Ing behlnd me As for 32 too bad I flnlsh up thus year dolng beakers wlth the Doctor B W and BHA The Z IS comlng then hello Georgla DAWN M VEIT Dawn Drama 2 3 ALG 3 V2 4 Mlchael and CG TG wlth our bottle of Rlunlte cold wlnter nlghts watchlng movles from the beach parkrng lot Halloween 77 78 guys were crazy Golng out to dlnner and llstenlng to hurncanes across the table 7th perlod but we dont have a class Slowcooklng hamburgers slttlng on the cancal Malne and alone finally Fondues and spaghettl afternoon rows across the cove Cln Tom Mrchael and myself falllng asleep ID the beach parklng lot Thanks to my two famllles whose love and support has backed me up To MA I leave the bus stop and IfS trafflc Donna and Llnda the hope of flndlng someone speclal To A L D S K A A B M R S W L C R M I wlsh you love and happlness I leave L C to forsee our pot belly s at 45 and happy March 24th Crndy and Tom you have somethlng speclal and that somethlng IS you re beautlful people Candy thanks for always belng there To Mlchael I leave behlnd my Ilfe In hopes of creatlng a more beautlful one wlth you from now on you re my llfe p s L N keep on trylng A L keep on washlng cars CHRISTIN G GIBSON Chrls Chrlssle Chrlslet Cnstlna Actlvltles Student Councll 12 34 Drama 1 2 3 4 SAC 1 2 3 RAC alt 4 Track 2 Newspaper 1 2 3 4 Exec Board 3 4 ALG 4 Year book 3 4 The Cllque 12 Hatlng Math 1 2 3 4' Tnvla Rehersals Rehersalsll Never havlng enough t1me' Always belng sweet and Innocent Llttle Abner rehersals fndes wlth JUIIGJ LONDON" The HOTEL Enterprise CANTERBURYIII wlth that whole crew fLook at the sheep Chas'J Prom 78 close encounters Summer 78 swlmmlng and maglclans Youth Group' Camp Dennen 14 Orlsa Long deep talks wlth W W 81 C W gettlng mellow costumes for Tartuffe flncest IS bestj lp for lp The Holy Wars wlth Cats Tennls wlth Klm talklng laughlng belng sllghtly spaced crazy"' lmltatlons wlth my scarf volce class Iearnlng to dance? Dreamlng Charleys Aunt" Daht mouth dear'7 What'7' Yale Drama Schoolll Creatlng cleavage Couch 11 four hands In Adv Blo Qremember ChrIs'71 MM s eyebrows staylng through for Mlke Fleetwood Mac et als Tuna Never cuttlng my ha1r" Lovlng and llvlng Saylngs Oh dear you blew It lm sorry Be real Oh my God I leave Klm a can of tennls balls Esther a shoulder to cry on Sue my scarf and Nauset to Jenny Many thanks to Mr E Mrs Lanlng fmost of aII'J et als Thanks and love to C I leave Nauset wlth many warm memones and frlendshaps THANKSII 1 , 11 11 , , - , - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I . . 1 . I , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - H , ,, , . . . . .. . . ., . ., . ., . 1 11 - 11 - - - 11 ' 1 11 , . . . H . ,, . . . . , . . . . . ., U . ,, . . , . . . . , , . . . . , . . H . . ,, . . . . , . . . . , . . . I . . , . . . . , , . . , . . , . . , . . ' . . , . , ' , . . ' ' . ' . , , . I , . . . ' . , . . . . . . . . . . , , . . . . . , . , , , . . 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DRAKE'S INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. wr Sue O'Neil Caroline Bartlett V b ' ' f a ,mff-jp, ,, A- , - qv 35,5 N..,a t xf A 7- 5i" 1n 5i2 it iQ1 , ' ' ,LA "4 ' by 1-M552 at ' 3,151 ffwiii if Q 2,3 f- X vw K X 4 "' Kim Baker Jeff Palm Grace Clark X Janet Crary 162 Richard Mylott Kathy Hemmings Memorles CAROLINE BARTLETT Lmey Soccer 78 Go for ntl' Early mornlngs at the beach KATHLEEN ANN HEMMINGS Kathy I like watching DAVE surf skateboard and all the great thrngs he does' Long sunny days at the beach swlmmlng sallmg rldmg Whlsky golng to Boston to see Ed 81 Sue llstenlng to Jackson Browne DAVE"' and Engllsh with Mr Lanlng thank you' Good luck In everything you do D R P H E H T Y everyone' I leave Nauset with lots of hugh hopes and a great bug smlle' GRACE CLARK Gracie Sklppy Art 12 poetry PMP Sunday afternoons good frlends sunsets photography feastnng wane and danclng long walks and rewarding conversatlons To my frlends at Nauset good luck and keep In touch To my mother family and the people who make It posslble for thus flnal year thank you JANET POPE CRARY Crarybutt JC Track 1 4 Fleld Hockey 1 3 Art Yearbook Ski Club Boys Hockey Stat 24 Jr 84 Sr Senate Drama 34 Sallmg swlmmlng sknng skating smlllng sunshrne' JPM Nauset Beach nate 84 day Flrst partle fest' Flreworks Tourney games horzon summer sunsets Nova Scotla Leominster Germany 79 woods 81 mountalns beebles fantasy car crazy cutie Trackles ML RD TD JR GL TF EB Also SL8tLH Golod luck Ed Much thanks to the Morans There are places I Il remember all my llfe though some have changed Some forever not for better some have gone and some remaln SUSAN A O NEIL Actlvltles Track 2 3 Yearbook 3 4 Track 2 Trlvla Munchouts wlth Amy and Ceal Plzza and Ice Cream Mom and the famlly FRIENDLYS summer Beach Partles The Prom Wlth Amy and Mlke depresslon fleld day 78 reaching the top of the hull and rejolcrng sunsets and moonrlslngs meetlng new people CDMJ Iearnlng to drlve the honda Flnally feeling close to Ceal Dancing Queen The Freshman Fued D Dragon In the summer R8tC qulet times Freshman and sophomore year wrth P O Cwho I couldn t stand at the trmej C B H G W E and Ilttle brother Davld My friend IS one whom I can associate my cholcest thoughts Thoreau JEFFREY ROSS PALM Nicknames J R Jarvlne Soccer 1 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Drama 1 4 Favorite Sayings Got a Bone? Hey d ere boy' Y C S Summer of 78 Surfs up In Cape Had teras with Bug ERN Partylng In the Van May 12 1978 Prom Nlght best night of my entire four years at Nauset My llfe began wlth Anne T I T A Thanks to Mr Donahue for glvlng me the opportunlty In my Junlor Year and to Mark Matheson for the coaching and the tlps Now I leave Nauset Hugh' KIMBERLY J BAKER Favorite Saying I finally made lt' Actlvltles Photography Head 81 Foot Shop Embroidery Horse Having Fun 84 Chet DEIRDRE L ROOT Dee trlvla Summer Saturday nlghts 4OOBZD November 29 1978 people jumplng up and down In front of doors mighty mldgets llttle Davld Good Luck Donna 84 Inca' I leave Nauset wlth no regretsl' Good Luck to K H D T T D R T E H P H JACQUELINE DAY Jackle Wacky Yacky Horseback rldlng Joey partying P Town partylng Pnggys 2 for 1 Truckln the mustang Summer 78 Laughmg at the jocks lndlvlduallze Good TmeswlthDM DD J F TM LH CD TS J H LK LB Favorltesaylngs saywhat N way your a nut I Jackle Day leave Cris Dobey the agony of 2 more years at N R H S Thanks Mom and Dad - v I T . r H H - v . 1 1 AA ' ' lv - - V - ' learning to be me, Tourney games . . Good times with A.D., C.K., M.G., P.R., C.G., L.P., 81 E.B. i ' . ., . ., . ., . ., . ., . ., . ., . ., . ., . . ' ' 1" " " o COIT1pllI'Tlel'ltS of CAPE COD FIVE CENTS Best of Luck to the Class of '79 SAVINGS, LE GOURMET weufleer Memories COLLETTE CRAWFORD: CollettaSue. Class President 1, Student Council 1, Drama 2,3,4, Gym- nastics 1,2, Cheerleading 2, '76-a year to remember, D.D." Talks in the salarium with Hermie, Good Times with S.M., CSnow drifts,Mushrooms!!!D Long talks with R.A. CF.I.-E.R.j. N.Y,, Florida!! Cushing "T" parties, Alumni all nighters CMikeyj, SUMMERTIMEI!! CChrisJ Thanks to D.S. for every- thing. I, Collette Crawford leave Nauset HIGH!!!! DEBORAH ANN REID: Nicknames: "Debby," Deb, Hey Reid, Bonerack, Strech. Favorite sayings: Lets not and say we did Scooby dooby doo Excellent you twit swift. 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