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

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NAUSET REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL NORTH EASTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS I -Z ' + • ■«£.i ' - 22ti ' -. 7 £ ■ Ov r: •• : ,$ -■W- CONTENTS: DEDICATION .3 SENIOR FORMALS .17 UNDERCLASSMEN .49 ORGANIZATIONS .79 TEACHERS .93 ACTIVITIES .109 SENIOR INFORMALS .117 SPORTS .151 We The Class Of 1980 Dedicare Our Yearbook To Mr. John Gray We Wish To Thank Him And Show Our Grear Appreciation For His Dedication And Help Throughout The Years. Good Luck, Mr. Gray!!! The Class Of 1980 [ ; v 1 1 J » •. ' • ' ? » ! ' • ••••;• x. ' twwr f ;y.v , " ■■ • [1 £ ■ JqV m y , K ggw s - Pg Bh - % Jj 3 _. P7 E f The years have come and gone so fasr They hardly starred, rhey were past, Bur may our Nauser days live on Long afrer Time says rhey have gone. Because we have our Yearbook now To give us all a clear look how We looked and thought and worked and ployed Ar Nauser for rhose years rhar mode Us whar we ' ll be through all rhe rest — And may rhar be rhe very besr As were rhe past four lively years. Despire frustration, fears and rears Our years ar Nauser shone so brighr Thar we now have a life-long light To guide us anywhere we roam — Bur mainly may rhey guide us home, And larer when we meer again, The girls turned women, boys turned men, May this recall (as now ir seems) The spirit of our youthful dreams. — John Gray 16 1 Scott Beckman David Boundy James Borsford Heidi Brace Timorhy Buhler Perer Coye Dylan Charles Andrew Bunzick Mark Burrkus brephen Chilson Berh Carpenter Tamara Davis Trissie Davis Mark Dauphinee Thomas Cunningham Hank Curris Patrick Cunningham 22 Scorr Doone David Doddridge Sreven Dubois Ellen Fograshy Colin Ellis Ron Fancy Audrey Fonrneau Andrea Francke Ken Freeman Michael Gallanr ■ Parricia Gallanr Patricia Gainey 24 Jane Hall ■m- Michael Hale Dan Glucksman wm mm w Juliet Grenier •t : ! tj? A . David Grew Kf Leslie Griffith Arthur Homeyer Jennifer Hamilton David Hancock Todd Higgins Phyllis Higgins Colleen Hogan nVjf lUMMiii ■ Gary Kaser Kenyon Keyes Walter King i f M l Anne Klimshuk Lynn Kiele Daphne Landers 29 .‘. ' - ' i.V ' » ' , ' .! ' ' Lynda Linnell Glenn Loomis Jennifer Maker ■ ft M Jft U H .v Liso Lunden Cynrhio Malone Chris Martin John McCully Daniel McEnaney Laura McGinley Kim Mead Marie Menengas Brian Moran Helen Moulron James Morron Edward Millerre Gail Montgomery Sue Ann Morron _- 3 ' Noger Mosbah Mary Mullen Jane Newcomb Janer Newcomb Lise Nelson Christopher Nickerson Leslie Oronger Joseph O ' Neil Suzanne Ozon Eric Olkkola William Olson Robert Ozon Therese Pager Theresa Parks Tracy Perers Alan Packerr Cindy Pearlman Ralph Plorke Charles Price Robin Quick Ejja Rahko Donna Reed David Quinn mm u Natalie Pope i Keirh Rose Robert Sonros Kim Rorri Kevin Schumon Tammy Sanders Celeste Shipman 38 ...,i - v v, Katherine Smith Scorr Smith Bruce Simonds Richard Syvanen Dove Taylor Jeff Swesen Lisa Luden Roberr Thomas Chris Thompson Brian Tilron Bryan Torman Missy Thomas Jennifer Taylor 40 Courtney Vaurrinor MK i m mmm Gregg Velie Parry Walwer Jennifer Warren 41 2 Friendliest - Kim Mead, Glenn Loomis and Tina Chipman SENIOR, SUPERLATIVES Most Individualistic - Cindy Pearlman and Mi¬ chael Sullivan Best Looking and Best Dressed - Therese Paget and Ron Fancy Most Likely to Succeed - Chris Thompson and Arlyn Whirelaw SENIOR SUPERLATIVES Most Arhleric -Janer Newcomb and John McCully f I Ji Class Flirrs - Al Youngren and Laura Winnergren Mosr Arrisric - Lisa Lunden and Colin Ellis 47 Class Clowns - Jenny Maker and Mark Durrkus SENIOR SUPERLATIVES Tallesr and Shortesr - Barbara Reney and Brian Torman. Shyest - Amy Jordan and David Grew (camera shy) Space Cadets - Ernie Parquerre and Lise Nelson (on a space mission) Best All Around - Kim Mead and Ron l-ancy 48 5iop,s Christine Adams David Adams Christine Andersen Robert Andrews Scott Anthony Maryellen Arsenault Mary Avellar Cheryl Ayer Heidi Badger i i Daniel Baker Lauren Baskin Marcey Bassett Brian Bearse Thomas Beaton Martha Beattie Bruce Beaulieu Debra Bedford ' ' , ‘‘V , ■ ,t ; . 1 k Leona Corey Margorer Carroll Sean Caswell Barbara Cavallini Royale Condir Charles Connors Mary Lou Cordeiro Howard Cox Ted Crofr Paul Daley Todd Dennison Carolyn Dick Marlene Dickson Michael Donahue David Dorer Terry Doucerre Kelly Doyle Sean Doyle Laura Dypee Ralph Earle Mory Emmons Scorr Emond Chris Erickson Tony Esrrada Laurie Felt William Finlay «- • Debbie Fleming Jorie Fleming Alexandra Ford Robert Frarus Lee Gallagher Jean Gessford Michael Gallant Andrea Gonsalves Guy Grant Suzy Gray Mark Griffin Scott Griffith Lisa Hall Julie Hamilton Sean Hansbury Deanna Harris Melissa Hatch Jennifer Hawkes Richard Hazen Joe Hemmings Jane Hersey Laura Heyd Mark Heyd Jennifer Higgins Jeffrey Hogan Wendy Hughes Daniela Infield Perer Jenson Christopher Jones Joy Jorgenson JUNO zp Steve Kalinick Michael Kane Dorothea Kerry Michelle Killian Claire Knowles Donald Kochka Sam Kotis Duncan Kuhn David Labranche I l David Lamperti John Lawless Mark Leckey Annemarie Lohon Juanita Long Margaret Lornager Mark Manta Margaret Martin Perer Mccully Thomas Mckluckie Matthew Mcparrland Duane Mead Christine Meffen n- K- ! ► ► it- Terry Miller Porricio Millin Alfred Mills Janer Mirchell Lisa Mongomery Carol Moore Carhy Murphy Maureen Murphy Rosemary Murphy Michael Nagle Eric Nagy Sean Nevin Paul Nickerson Mark Osgood Phillip Painrer Glen Peron Kevin Perry Lloyd Pickard Sherry Proia Wendy Pugsley James Quinn Jodi Rapose William Reynolds Laura Richardson Anne Rioux Susan Rioux p - Lynn Vonorman Pere Vogr Lori Walker Clyde Walsh Carhy Roberts Deirdre Robinson Derh Robinson Melanie Roderick Liso Rorri Jamie Sheerin Jill Sherman Karen Shipman Karen Silva Charles Smirh Jeff Smirh Julie Snow Douglas Steward Anne Thompson Lisa Thompson Dee Traurz Craig Trembly Jonarhan Tubman IORS SOPHO Mary Avery Darryl Dalian Lisa Darrlerr Dawn Derry Karhryn Deswick Emily-Kate Deshop Christopher Dlackwell Nancy Dlarchford Dawn Dodamer Franco Donfini Duane Doucher Virginia Doundy Corolyn Dowie Scorr Dranco Pamela Drogi Kelly-Jo Dronsdon Amy Drown Lauralee Drown Todd Dunzick I i 1 Chris Carboni Melinda Carey Arthur Cesraro Holly Chipmon Dean Christopher Peter Clark Kevin Clayton Favrhe Collins Edwin Crary Sheila Crosby Heather Cullum 1 OMORES O lT) Susan Curris James Darling Stephanie Dauphinee Carol Davis Paul Dick Michail DiLaure Sean Dobson Kelly Doon Darrell Dorer Lisa Dorval Paul Dubois Audrey Ducharme Chris Ellsasser Shawn Farley Richard Farrell Judirh Filliman Andrew Forman Mary Jo Franzago Laurie Ann Fulcher Gino Furlano Christopher Galazzi Debra Gallant Paige Garnett Nancy Gasco Linda Gaspar Stephen Gifford Edward Gombos Gregory Hall Robin Harwood John Hayes SOPHO Mary Hayes Marrhew Hempel Donna Henry Sonia Higgins Leslie Hirchcock Adam Houk Hayley Houston Sreven Hurd Janice Ide Tamra Inman Hollis Jamison Drion Jennings Eric Johnson Andy Jones Darragh Joyce Joseph Karem Joseph King Mario Krikorian Marrho Kroll Sandra Langlais Leslie LaPiana Louise Largey Mario Lawless Kathleen Long Todd MacDonald Michael Maguire Jacqueline Maker Wendi Marciezyk Melissa Massey Tom Mozzarella ' T K? 59 V OMOPvES I James McCully Perer McCurchen Michael McEnaney Alec McGinley Kevin McNurr Doraian Mead Elizaberh Millerre Derh Milliken David Mills Perer Mudge Scorr Murdock i I » I II Derhany Nickerson John Norrh Todd O ' Brien Lizaberh Ohmann Jeanne O ' Neil Naralie Oswalr Charles Ozon Danny Ozon Michael Parenr Carol Parlanre Heidi Pearl Karen Peluso Richard Perkins Suzanne Perers Alfred Pickard Sarah Pike Stephen Plorke Russell Price Anna Purnam «er - A Larry Smirh Maura Smirh Melanie Smirh Chris Sr. Aubin Joanna Srevens Parricia Srevens fc 6i Thomas Schwinn Sreven Scrivani Henry Shepherd Monica Shiel Doreen Ronan Kennerh Rose Rebecca Rosenberg Laurie Ryan Ellen Sandblom Michael Sanros Lisa Simmons Dale Smirh David Smirh Dell Smirh Eric Srewarr Lisa Srubbs Dear Taylor Daniel Thompson Sreven Tilron SOPHO Thomas Quinn Karherine Radlhammer James Ramsey Mark Remingron Carrie Rirchie O MORES I Laura Tulloch Libby Turnbull Derek Vaurrinor Douglas Velie Darryl Verfaillie Lydia Vivanre Beverly Ware Kassie Warren John Warkins Christopher Wells Kim Wheriry n FRESH Karen Abel Hearher Alberts Anthony Aives Edwin Andrews Sheila Avellar Leonard Avery Carolyn Ayer Gary Baker Lee Baker Wendy Baker Lori Bartlett P -r 63 Jennifer Brown John Brown Stephan Brueckner Eric Bruinooge Daniel Burnham Bussell Campbell Jennifer Cathie Conrad Charles Tom Chartrand Cheryl Chipman Vera-Jean Clark Peter Comeau Tammie Beale Timmy Bedford Faith Bell Eric Bengston Brendan Boulerice Tim Bowman Tracey D. Branco Auralie Brintnall MEN Melinda Crary Mark Creonre Erin Cunningham Kathleen Daley Alexandra Daly Perer Day Ronni Day Deanna Deirrich Perer Dobson Shannon Dobson Owen Dodge Terrance Doyle Paul DuDois j Tracy DuDois Eric Dupee l I William Eagar Valarie Edler Charles Eldredge Tim Ering Patrick Farley Melissa Farrell Andrew Ferrig Pamela Foley Barbara Francke Claire Francke Milisa Galazzi Robin Gatto Dana Gibson Susan Glahn Robin Glidden Toby Glucksman FRESH Carhy Guyer Leigh Hale Sue Hannen Christine Havener Glenn Hawrhorne Odin Kaeselau Amy Kalinick Carrie Kamens Lisa Kee Lisa Kiele Sean Kilawee Karen Klimshuk Perer Knapman Laurene LaCasse Parry Lamperri Inger Landers Jay Larson Mae-ellen Layron Leslie Leire Geoffrey Lemos Marisa Lemos 6SX KZ Mike Hemmings Karen Henry Kimberly Hogan Andrew Horne Mark Hughes Sreven Hunrley Chris Hurchins Sandy Jackson Virginia Jackson Lisa Jones . MEN Robert Long Sherri Long Krisren Lunden Amy MacDonald Purnam Mocomber Pom Maguire Augusro Marro Robert Mazzarese Kathy McMakin Chris Mead Christopher Mentzer Matthew Milliken Petra Mitchell john Murphy Sharon Murphy I i i Kellie Nevin Kathy Newton Pandora Nickerson Christian Norgeor Dennis North Stacey O ' Brien Mark O ' Neil Edward Oswalt Carol Paige Renee Palmer Andrew Parkingron Chris Paviglionire Molly Payne Joe Perkins Karin Perry Jeff Pick ard V 66 Pam Rogers Cheryl Sanros Kathleen Schofield Craig Shipman Lauri-Ayn Smith Michael Stevens Jon Stolnacke Virginia Stoltzfus Frank Stubbs Laura Sullivan Ginger Syvanen Holly Tarleton Heidi Tubman Greg Vaughan Eric Von Henrschel Justyne Walorz Kim Ward Lau rie Watts Elisabeth Wayda Regan Whirelaw Lisa Wiley Susan Witter Steve Wyeth David Young John Zarrarian How dare you rake my picture? " They ' ll never find us here. You didn ' t. " T t Ron F. always on his roes. 3 , » . . • . V ■• ' " l »-.y » • ' - b» , ■ ■ " v . ■ •; ». - ' • •’ v. ' . ' .r: ' , - v’f • - $ 1 -?5 • ;. ' ••; A ■ .. ■« ; ' . ... 3 . ;f v i h ■ X m mm § AY! 1 5 distance runner A no Oh noooooo!, Mr. Dill! Jennifer Crossman Lisa Duacanr Heidi Dwye Lorrie Gilmore Amy Gregor Lauren Griffin Karee Keymans Andrea Lunden Lynn Malone Robyn Marciezyk Sue McDonald Perer Nichols Srephanie Penn Mike Russo Shown Rose John Srollmake Rollard Smith Camille Vallie 76 IN MEMORY OF KENNETH A. ALMEIDA JR. OCTOBER 9, 1964 - July 6, 1979 BRASS ENSEMBLE Row 1: P. Scrivani, D. Mills, T. Davis, C. Rutherford, A. Ducharme, R. Hazen, S. Crosby. Row 2: A. Mills, K. McNurr, G. Collins, M. Wiorrowski, S. Gifford, K. Palmirer, K. Mead, M. Goss. STRING ENSEMBLE K. Word, K. Raser, B. Carpen¬ ter, J. Brown. Missing: Mott Milli- ken. 80 WIND ENSEMBLE Row 1: B. Cavalini, R. Price, E. Nagy, A. Packerr, J. Filliman, J. Higgins, D. Ballian. Row 2: D. Traurz, D. Delieu, A. Lunden, L. Darval, B. Corpenrer. i BAND Row 1: B. Cavallini, B. Carpenter, L. Darval, A. Lunden, A. Packerr, R. Price, E. Nagy, J. Filliman, J. Higgins. Row 2: D. Traurz, D. Belieu, D. Mills, T. Davis, C. Rutherford, A. Ducharme, R. Hazen, D. Ballian, Mr. Frank James. Row 3: K. Mead, A. Mills, G. Collins, M. Wiarrowski, B. Gifford, K. McNurr, S. Crosby, P. Scrivani, K. Palmirer, M. Goss. 81 CHORUS Row 1: J. Hershey, R. Condir, E. Milken. Row 2. W. Wiley, S. Crosby, A. Fonrneau, R. Hazen, R. Murphy, H. Cullum, F. Collins. Missing: H. Whiring, K. Long, Miss Mariellen Fuller. ■ STAGE BAND Row I A. Mills, G. Collins, M. Wiorrowski, J. Filliman, B. Cavallini, J. Higgins, D. Ballian, E. Nagy. Row 2: R. Hazen, C. Rutherford, K. Mead, P. Scrivani, Mr. Frank James. 82 HEALTH CAREERS CLUB Row 1: D. Berry, M. Lawless, C. Moore, M. Hayes, M. Massey, S. Perers, K. Raddlhammer. Row 2: A. Zehnder, S. Pike, B. Nickerson, T. Davis, H. Houston, J. O ' Neil. MATH LEAGUE Row 1: Mrs. Belanger, D. Christo¬ pher, S. Dauphinee, D. Velie, D. Hancock, Mrs. Howe. Row 2: M. Fronzogo, D. Mozzorese, I. White- low, D. Kuhn, C. Thompson. Miss¬ ing: R. Condir, K. Sullivan, J. Hig¬ gins. 83 Row 1: M. Arsenoulr, A. Packerr, D. Hancock, C. Thompson, R. Fancy. Row 2: Mr. Paul Chamberlin, K. Abel, T. Bronco, M. Galarzzi, L. Malone, H. Pearl. Row 3: K. Sullivan, A. Whelan, L. Baskin. Row 4. C. Golorzzi, E. Sreworr, P. McKurchen, G. Collins, C. Moore, E. Benz, D. Christopher, L. Barletr, C. Dick, A. Brier, D. Charles, T. Schwinn, M. Paine. Row 5. P. Jensen, S. Beckman, G. Loomis, K. Coombs, L. Oringer, E. Younce. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Row 1: M. Hole, L. Oringer, A. Pockerr, K. Aiken, D. Infield, D. Kuhn. Row 2: Mr. Milbier, C. Thompson, M. Thomas, J. Tubman, C. Roberts, C. Peorlman, A. Whitelaw, C. Walsh, M. Osgood, S. Beswick, B. Santos. Row 3: P. Jensen, E. Nagy, S. Kotis, M. Arsenault, M. Bernham, K. Sullivan, D. Hancock, C. Adorns, T. Paget, C. Malone. Missing: Smith, H. Brace, L. Griffith, R. Syvanen, G. Velie, C. Meffin, C. Roberts, D. Robinson. JUNIOR SENATE Row 1: A. Lohon, A. Whelan, M. Cordiero. Row 2: P. Jensen, M. Arsneaulr, S. Kalinick. 85 Row 1: C. Greim. Row 2: M. Schmitt, L. Srubbs, D. Wore, G. Loomis, L. Dorvol, A. Drier, M. Avery, L. Tulloch, H. Tarleron, J. Scillrin, Mr. Fred Molcomb. Row 2: S Beckman, S. Beswick, J. Ganss, G. Collins, E. Okkola, S. Watson, S. Caswell, P. Dick. Row 4: T. Cunning ham, P. Jensen, M. Dauphinee, J. Borsford, J. O ' Neil, M. Burkus. Missing: The Ayer Sisters. M ALG Sirring E. Nagy, H. Moulton, L. Gilmore, D. Robinson, L. Simmons, B. Smith, H. Badger, C. Pearlman, P. SCrivoni, K. Beswick, L. Carey, B. Carpenter. Standing - C. Tremblem, M. Sullivan, S. Killowee, D. Kuhn, K. Sullivan, T. Gainey, P. Higgins, J. Hamilton, G. Flomenhoft, Adversor John Rivers, D. Mazzarese, N. Mosbah, D. Trautz, D. Bauanoff, Advisor Meg Craig, J. Morton. Missing: L. Oranger, C. Price. qi;- i.v- ;v, ■ • c.-n NEWSPAPER K. Sullivan, J. Hogan, M. Sullivan, M. Franzago, P. Caye, K. Rose, S. Beckman, H. Dyer, S. Baker, L. Hirchcock. 4 | l i BUSINESS CLUB M. Ayer, K. Daly, C. Ayer, C. Murphy, C. Anderson, K. Olson. Good Luck To The Class Of ' 80 THE RED BALLOON Orleans Good Luck To The Class Of ' 80 TRUE VALUE HARDWARE . , •••• •»»» m | U " ■ . ' Row I L. Barrlerre, D. Milerre, K. Smirh, C. Hogan, Mrs. Walker (advisor), D. Kuhn, E. Sandbloom, D. Aiken, 5. Dauphnee, M. Hempel. Row 2: M. Franzago, L. Hirchcock, J. Maker, L. Hall, J. Sherman, L. Thompson, A. Drier. Row 3: K. Murphy, L. Gilmore, M. Shiel, H. Dyer, J. Srevens, M. Ayer, C. Ayer, K. Daly, C. Sanros. YEARBOOK Desr of Luck ro rhe Class of 1980 CAPE COD PHOTO ART 88 Orleans, - Chatham, - Provincerown Nouser Tides 1980 Yearbook Sraff Editor: Colleen Hogan Assistant Editor: Duncan Kuhn Senior Formols: Potty Wolwer Senior Informals: Alison Drier and Lisa Thompson Underclassmen: Deth Aiken, Stephonee Dauphnee, Anne Sandbloom, Lisa Barrlerre, Beth Millerre, Organizations: Lisa Thompson, Alison Brier, and Colleen Hogan Sports: Lottie Gilmore, Jill Sherman, Monica Shiel Faculty: Jenny Maker Color Section: Jill Sherman, Monica Shiel, Katherine Smith Activities: Mary Jo Franzogo, Leslie Hitchcock, Colleen Hogan Art Work: Lisa Lunden, Katherine Smith, Monica Shiel, Jill Sherman Photographers: Editor: Paul Scrivani, Duncan Kuhn, Colleen Hogan, Joanna Stevens, Heidi Dwyer, Mark Hughes, Mart Hempel, and Mr. Owen ' s Photography class Business Staff: Managers: Michael Layton and Chris Adams. Lisa Bartlette, Dove Taylor, Lisa Hall, Mary Lou Cordeiro, Beth Millerte, Cathy Murphy Advisor: Mrs. Bobin Walker Cover Designed by Katherine Smith SOPHMORE CLASS OFFICERS Jackie Maker, Secretary Eric Srewarr, President Ian Whitelaw, Treasurer Chris Galazi, Vice President lif SENIOR SENATE Drew Jamison, Therese Paget, Chris Thompson, Chris Griem, Brian Moran, Leslie Oranger, Alan Packerr. 90 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Missy Thomas, Vice President Tina Chipman, Secretary Scott Beckman, President Kim Mead, Treasurer 1 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Eddie Benz, President Kevin Sullivan, Vice President Lauren Baskin, Treasurer Carol Moore, Secretary 91 t " , ; Vincenr Bresnahan Alan Brown Frank Daly Nick Muro Evelyn Anderson Priscilla Tomlinson Frank V. Daly - Principal. Colorado College, B.A.: Temple University, M.A. Graduate studies at Penn. Stare University. Vincenr Bresnahan - Vice Principal. Holy Cross College; University of Mass; University of Connericut, A.B., M.A., C.A.G.S. Quote: Nau- ser is the best high school on the Cape, if nor in the entire stare. Nick Muro - Superintendent of Schools. Alan Brown - Assistant Superinten¬ dent. Evelyn Anderson - Secretary Priscilla Tomlinson - Secretary 94 Suzanne Moulron V. J. Nelson Anne Ryder Fred Malcomb Fred Malcomb - Psychologist. Certi¬ fied School Psychologist; B,A., M.A., C.A.G.S. Quote: Stop and smell the roses along the way! Nina Mellor - Library Aid. B.A., M.A. Audrey M. Larson - Library Aid. Douglas College: B.S. Quote: ' Twas brillig, . . Suzanne Moulron - School Nurse. University of Virginia: B.S. in Nurs¬ ing. Audrey Larson Nina Mellor Diane Campbell Donald Campbell t Virginia Emerson Frank Hurchings Robert Rice Donald Bakker Virginia Emerson - Hisrory " Mrs. E. " University of Maine,- Clark Uni¬ versity ; B.A., M.A. Quote: Power usually corrupts; absolute power corrupts absolutely. ' ' Lord Acton Frank Hutchings- Hisrory - Went¬ worth Institute, University of Mas¬ sachusetts ,- B.A., M.A. Robert Rice - Hisrory Sr. Bona ven¬ ture University,- B.A. Donald Campbell- Hisrory West Virginia Wesleyan College,- B.A. Diane Campbell - History Westfield Stare College; B.A. Donald Bakker - Hisrory " Flash” MIT, Columbia University,- B.S., M.A. Heinrich Sirucek Pvira Mousseou Nancy Bradley Rita Mousseau - French Pembroke College; B.A. Quote: Quel esr le numero magique? Le temps posse. . . .le temps passe! Nancy Bradley, French Spanish - Colby College, Hofsrra University; B.A., M.A. Quote: " Donde una puerto se cierra otra se abre ' ' Cer¬ vantes Robert Milbier - English Norwich University, American International College,- B.A., M.A. Mary L. Morrison - Spanish G French Anna Maria College; B.A. Quote: Pain on roast. Barbara Schoenbaum - Spanish Carroll College, Middlebury Col¬ lege: B.A., M.A. Heinrich Sirucek - German Universi¬ ty of Heidleberg, Boston Universi¬ ty,- B.A., M.A. Barbara Schoenbaum Mary Morrison Robert Milbier mmi ft r, - William D. Me Caskie John M. Gray Nancy Laning Shirley Longo Anne Stout Mary Murphy John M. Gray - English. Yale, Har¬ vard; B.A., A.M.T. Shirley Longo - English. University of Mass., Amhersr; B.A. Mary Murphy - English. Wilson Col¬ lege, University of Scranton,- B.A., M.A. Nancy Laning - English. Boston Uni¬ versity,- B.S. William McCaskie - English. North¬ western University, Boston Store Teachers College,- B.S., M.E.D. Anne Srour - English. Vassar Col¬ lege; A.B. 98 s : Joyce Macdonald Andrew Kolinick Korherine Fee Frances Bishop James Scanlon Don Kuhnerr Joyce Macdonald - Guidance. S.U.N.Y. ar Brockporr, S.U.N.Y. ar Plarrsburgh; B.S., M.S. Andrew Kalinick - Guidance. Andy. University of Mass., Am¬ herst; B.A., A.M. Ed. James Scanlon - Guidance. Univer¬ sity of Rhode Island, Brown Uni¬ versity,- B.A., M.A. Katherine Fee - Special Needs. Frances Bishop - Guidance Secre¬ tary. Don Kuhnerr - Teachers Aid. I Donna Demerri Korhryn Carey David Fraser Donna Demerri - Business. B.5. in Business Ed. Central Conn. Stare b MS in Business Kathryn Carey - Special Needs. University of Denver, graduate studies, Leslie College, Bridgewater Stare College, Robin Walker - Business. C.C.C.C., Salem Stare College,- A.A. in Ex¬ ecutive Secretarial, B.S. in Business Education. Francis Hefner Wiarrowski - Read¬ ing Speacialist. Manhartanville Col¬ lege, Trinity College,- B.A. David Fraser - Business. Salem State College,- B.S. Robin Walker Francis Hefner Wiarrowski Patricia Sager Marjorie Craig Eleanor Meldahl John Rivers James Owens Sruarr Finlay Stanley Smith Marjorie Craig - Reading Specialist. " Meg " Drown University, Dridewarer State Graduate Courses,- D.A. Quote: No Problem Eleanor Meldahl - Arr. College of William and Mary, Columbia Uni¬ versity D.A., M.A. James Ownes - Arr. Rhode Island School of Design; D.F.A. Stanley Smith - Industrial Arts. Bos¬ ton University; A.A., B.A., M. ed. Stuart Finlay - Industrial Arts. Uni¬ versity of Maine,- D.S.C.E. John Rivers - A.L.G. University of Massachusetts, Boston University; B.A.,M. M.Ed. Saying: NOW! ■,v . vn Edward Brookshire Kenelm Collins - Industrial Arts. Moss. Maritime Academy; B.5.Marine and Electrical Engineer¬ ing. Quote: You ' re out of the sand box league; or should be. Richard E. Brown - Industrial Arts. Fitchburg State; B.S. Quote: The meanest man you ever met. Edward Brookshire - Industrial Arts. " Mr. B " Keene Stare College of U.N.H.; B E D. Susan Milsky - Home Economics. Boston University, New York Uni¬ versity; B.S. Quote: " How much more rime do we have? " " Be experimental ' ' " Try it. " Mariellen Fuller - Music. " To toll " University of Lowell; B.A. Mariellen Fuller Susan Milsky Frank James 103 Donna Ferry Frank Kiliom Joane Howe Joseph Walorz Robert Wilkinson Cheryl Belanger , Frank Killiam - Math. Boston Uni¬ versity, Garden College; B.S. Joan Howe - Math. Douglas Col¬ lege of Rutgers University, Masters courses at Bridgewater University,- B.S. Joseph Walorz - Math. University of Mass.; B.A. Cheryl Belanger - Math. Cape Cod Community College, Bridgewater State College; A.A., B.A. Robert Wilkinson - Math. " Wilky " Attended Boston College 2 Vi years, Fairfield University,- B.B.S., M.A.T. Donna Ferry - Math. Boston Uni¬ versity,- B.S. I ' l I l» l Herbert F. Perrengill David A. Gates Joyce Roche Herbert Perrengill - Science. Univer¬ sity of Maine, Dowdoin College, Union College, Ricker College, Drown University, Eastern Illinois University; D.S. in Education, M.A.T. in Chemistry. David Gates - Science. Sronehill College, Drown University, Dridgewarer Stare, Simmons Col¬ lege, University of Hawaii, Penn. Store; D.S., M E D., M.S. Paul T. Chamberlin - Science. Val¬ paraiso University, Doll State Uni¬ versity, Dackwell University, Sr. Lawrence University,- D.A., M.S. David W. Gessford - Science. Cor¬ nell University, Michigan Store Uni¬ versity; D.S., MS., Ph D. Horticul¬ ture. Plant Dreeding. Edward O ' Drien - Science. Dosron College, Dosron Stare College,- D.S., M.E.D. Joyce Roche - Science. Chestnut Hill College, Graduate courses in Science, Child Development and Education; A.D. Paul T. Chamberlin Edward O ' Drien David W. Gessford 105 John D. Ryan Leo P. Miller Barbara Chako Paul White John P. Donahue Thomas ft. Quimby Margar A. Erickson John B. ftyan - Science. Chemical Engineering ond Chemistry; B.S., MAT. Leo P. Miller - Special Needs. Fitch¬ burg Store College; B.S.E Barbara Chako - Physical Educa¬ tion. Bridgewater Stare College,- B.S. John P. Donahue - Physical Educa¬ tion. Dartmouth College, Universi¬ ty of Miami; B.S. Margar A. Erikson - Physical Educa¬ tion. " Ginger " " Panzer School Montclair Stare N.J.: B.S. in Ed. at Bridgewater State College. Thomas ft. Quimby - Health and Driver Ed. The Baptist College at Charleston,- More head Stare Uni¬ versity,- B.S., M.A. Doctoral Candi¬ date - Boston University. Jimbo Erving Douberr Plant Mgr. Merrir Fraser Bob Crofr Lunch Bunch Josephine Ed Bedding 106 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTION CEREMONY NOVEMBER 8, 1979 Honor Society Officials - Alan Packerr, Cindy Pearlman, Michael Hole, Chris Thompson. in • 40$ ' J2flACrn Compliments of ADAMS ' RID Orleans Compliments of GOULD REAL ESTATE 220 Main Street, E. Orleans THE CAST Therese .Eileen Yonce The Wairer .Dylan Charles Lirrle Man .Roberr Mazzarese The Prospecror .Michael Sullivan The Presidenr .Richard Syvanen The Daron .David Mazzarese Srreer Singer .Andrew Foreman Flower Girl .Monique Van Zanren The Ragpicker .Charles Price Paulerre ...Shannon Dobson The Deaf-Mure .Regan Whirelaw Irma .Daniella Infield Shoelace Peddler .Perer McCurchen The Broker .John Yonce Srreer Juggler .Scorr Beckman Dr. Jadin .Perer Dobson Counress Aurelia, The Madwoman of Chaillor .Ann Clifford The Doorman .Roberr Mazzarese The Policeman .Michael Rhodes Pierre .Kevin Sullivan The Sergeanr .Perer Dobson The Sewer-Man .David Mazzarese Mme. Consrance, The Madwoman of Passy .Shannon Dobson Mile. Gabrielle, The Madwoman of Sr. Sulpice .Eileen Yonce Mme. Josephine, The Madwoman of La Concorde .Cindy Pearlman Richard Syvanen The President Dylan Charles Perer Dobson Michael Sullivan The Prospecrors David Mazzarese Roberr Mazzarese Press Agenrs Perer McCurchen John Yonce Perer Dobson Adolphe Berraurs Dylan Charles Richard Syvanen Direcror - Peggy Heyden Srudenr Direcror - Julie Hamilron Tech. Direcror - Ian Whirelaw Compliments of HUBBARD PAINT AND SUPPLY COMPANY " Theatre Block Orleans Nager Mosboh Eija Rohko was our guesr from Finland. She sroyed wirh rhe Layrons in Easrham. Nager Mosboh was our guesr from Tunisia. She srayed wirh rhe Snows in Orleans. Monique Van Zanren was our guesr from Holland. She srayed wirh rhe Dicks in Orleans. Eija K Rahko Monique Van Zanren 4§ti • " ' .-wr j 3enioi ItifiiMiials X , a small bird in the safety of my nest room n J noujinay... but my coincj s are s ? oet. X’m pushed out do f ?e efqe of a branch, J ' I look back hearincj, Go on! You’re But outfit, I’m nof ready, Im ad on your oian _ . 7 ... . ly, _i_ m afraid J I look out ifrom the end of the branch ana wonder,... coil I I fly or coil, X fall ? v V v 1 1 I I I I •i I DAVID DOD¬ DRIDGE. Work Study 1, 2. Many highs ro TM, JH, GM, JC, GK, JT, PJD, JD, D. Many by ' s ro JM, RA, SM, TL. In my opinion Jocks ore Jerks. D-Hirs in rhe 4-4-2. Long live Rock. The kinks, The Who. Larer Cope Cod and Nauser Re¬ gional—MUCH!! PATTY GALLANT. " Smarry”, " Shrimp " . . Always remembering rhe summer of 79 wirh HD, LD, MA, LT, DW, MB, CV, DC, DS, KH, The Quinns, and rhe M.M. Turrle ' s, KP, parries or Kevin ' s corrage. Doug ' s parries, " Ger rhe Scissors " , " Hurry I ' m in a Rush " . Debby ' s sod car. Cheap Trick Concerr, " Your scoorer pies or . . Ski Trips wirh RA G DR, ND or 100 am. SUMMER FRIENDS, Caughr in rhe woods or PL, " Munch Our " I leave Nauser ro rhe remainder of rhe " Group " . GOOD LUCK . . Heidi shifr!! RANDALL E. GILL. Ran¬ dy, merr. Ski Club 3, 4; AV 1-3. Cruising in my caddy wirh MD, KK, GC. MILLER KID. Nauser Beach, rhe harbor, Wellfleer pocky runs. Warch our for Tele¬ phone poles. Ir ' s oil righr, we ' ll be all righr. I don ' r know. Rochesrer Inn Rm 100 Rochesrer Vermonr. JANET GOFF. Ceil¬ ings, floors, and walls, I walk rhe empry halls. Dells, bars and doors Bar¬ riers seem ro srarr wars. Chrisrian and moro-X 118 RODIN NADINE QUICK. Activities: G.AA. 1-2, Football Cheering 1, 2, Basketball choreo¬ graphing and cheering 1-3, color gourd 2, Purple Pride 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2; Band 1-3. Great rimes with Steven! Darlene, Gory, Rick, Alison; modeling class. Love ya see ya ' ll later. The cape—wicked? NAUSET .. adjustment rime. Lisa Lunden! Peter, David, Wendy ' s, Ellis ' , Lisa Hall, AK, KR, AY, TC, RA, LW, LK, JM, TH, and many more,- Summer, chink food, work, Michael, Bos¬ ton w TC and RA. Friends colling. Times with LW, PM, TH, TC, and RA. To Illinois, Arkansa and the Cape, Thanks! And to Mom I love you! GLENN LOOMIS. Loom, Ger¬ many with Russ and Andy, Ein Kolsch Birre. The wisdom of Bm, snurfenhagen! Blue Mole Hair swearer Gong, Scott, Kim, Chris, Cm ' s Gator. Teen-age Physlosophy, Rus¬ sell MA., Thanks Mom 6 Dad for all you have done and the love you hove given me. Fears and Pains. So long class of " 80 " , Thanks Shark. ROBIN AVERY. " Rob " , " Berta " . Missing Foxbor- ough!! Crazy bus rides with TC. Fieldday " 78 " (a day nor to be remembered). Endfield w KM, KQ, and Pg. " CALIFORNIA " . The cot¬ tage. Hey Tina, do you wont to go bikeriding?? Making fools of ourselves on Wed. nights. Boston with TC and RQ. Tina thanks for everything, I couldn ' t ask for o better friend! I leave Nau- set, bur the memories I hove, I will never forger. KATHERINE A. SMITH. Activi¬ ties: Notional Honor Society, Yearbook 4; Art 1-3; Porrfo- lio-rwice. Sailing. My best wishes and continued friend¬ ship to Abby, Ann, Tricia, Colleen and oil my other great friends. Many thanks to Mrs. Meldahl for all her help throughout the years. There is only one succes- s—to be able to spend your life in your own way. More- iy. JANET L. NEWCOMB. Newc. Ac¬ tivities: Soccer 2-4; Hoop 1-4; Sofrboll 1-4; Being w O ' B, Nau- ser Beach,P Sar Nighr Oldies, Andrew Sisrers, Shirley Temple! Beer—June 18, 1977. I will nev¬ er forger hanging around w Cecil-we ' ve hod some rimes rogerher! Anne stop flashing rhar smile—your cure! Being w my twin. I hare ro leave you, I love you. Baskin your good! You know ir! Thanks for everything, Miss Ferry, PW, BR, VJ—Wharcha doing VJ? Good luck Mark and Chris! 120 JANE NEWCOMB. Basket¬ ball 1; Soccer 2-4; Sofrboll 2 ; Tennis 3 ; Fruirsrand- —How much is corn? 20d on ear, irs right in fronr of your face. CC thanks for everything JJ, AK. Hey buddy, keep in touch. Ja¬ net I love you, what ever happens in the future good luck. Mr. Rice thank you for your support through out the years. ERIC OLKKOLA. Oke the Joke, Redneck, Plumberpower, Shades, 4 eyes, and Flamer. Activities: Skiing, wrestling, and weightlifting. Favorite sayings: " What do you think? " , " Hey commader! " ; I ' ll never forger ALGEBRA II. Thanks JQ and TC for being really good friends. HEY JIM, When ore we going hell raise ' n? DAVID GREW. Nick¬ name: Derv. Activi¬ ties: Track 1-4; Cross Country 1-3; Volley¬ ball with TC, TM, SB, and the gang. Bowling. Using big words, Friday nights, driving in re¬ verse, procrastinat¬ ing. Some day I ' ll meet you know who. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN THOMPSON. CAT. X- Counrry 3, 4 , Hoop 1-4, Tennis 1-4; Srudenr Council 4; National Honor Society. Parrrim- ing or DHA. RD, Dome, Hack, Dicky and PF Swifrie X-C Fags. Goofin with DS and JN. Hern Mazz, Disruprin with feind and the swearhogs, 50 lashes Baby Foce-gor any gum? KA Green hearts. To the respected faculty, and to Coach, Doc, and Joe, thanks for believing in me. And now I take a more prepared and confident step to¬ wards the future. PETER CAYE. Soccer 2; Basketball 1-4; Baseball 1-3; Golf 4. Thanks to Mr. Miller for his help and rime he gave to me and to Mr. Mil- bier for all the help he gave me in Eng¬ lish and to my par¬ ents especially for their support from year to year. LAURA MCGINLEY. " Lie, Bou, Schnuckums, " . Having a great time with Lisa L., Ann C., Inga V., Betsy U., Bob P., Carl M., George V., Tong G., Kim R., Tony P., going to Washington D.C., and Boston, RAINBOW FREAK, RAINBOW ROOM, RAINBOW EVERYTHING, being thrown in the boy ' s bathroom by Tony P. and Brent W., Mr. Gray ' s English, working at Head and Foot, promoted to the Swearer, Junior Prom, my best friend Bert Quick, great parries at Easrham cottage, my birds Martini, Olive, and Mickey, thanks to Mom and Dad—love you both. MISSY THOMAS. Act: Field Hock¬ ey 1-4; (Co-Capr 4), baseball stars 2-4; class secretary 3 ; Vice-pres. 4. Laughing at ever¬ ything with Therese (reh Aca- damy), DR that ' s disgusting, Kim—long talks about J C, how many days, go anim al, thanks for all your advice, Cyn- di—gum? STS, Mousekeerer, " he ' s so cute ' ' , Chris—Doobies, thanks to summer b-ball, P- Town, roll calls, Gilligan ' s Island, KA, Garfield, I can see it in your eyes, To my family—I can ' t thank you enough. CYNDI MALONE. Ming, Act: Cheer¬ leading 1-4 (Co-Capr 4); gymnastics 1, 3, 4; javeline 2, 3; Canton, S.B.C.R.T.M., Wendy, T.I.T.F.D.O- .T.R.O.Y.L: Karen-smile, it is our se¬ cret, Missy—he ' s so-o-o cure! (CT), Mousekeerer, STS, SO—cheesecake, Kim-Joh, rahs-rahs plus Tina, New York (JB), summer-MB, DR, KR, GL, DH, KS, JB, JO, SS, SC, JC, TC, MLQ, WR and graduates, going crazy, Sears, Jim! Ming and Herbie, 3 9 79, 7 27 79!! Freebird, Bucko, I ' ll love you always . . Many thanks to my family, LATER . . MUCH! 121 KATHY CORCO¬ RAN. Kathy. Thank you to my friends and the help they ' ve given me during the past 0 years. Special thanks to Tammy S., Linda L., and Rosemary M. Thank you to all the teachers that helped me through these years. Special thanks to Mrs. Carey, Mrs. Sager, and Mrs. Dwyer. Good Dye to Nau- ser High. m LESLIE ORINGER. Pugs. ALG 3,4; cosmicness, Drama 1-3; Marry 2-4 ... ! London 2 18 78. Rainbows!! Penguins, Photog¬ raphy, music, beaches, sum¬ mer 1-5-1, shooting stars, ' ' Fan¬ tasy " , dancing, hubber Marry blue journey, MV Con¬ cert, sleepless N.Y. Isabelle, Phyl, Tricia, White Mrs. Dr. Flem, Prom 78 79, Sunrise Breakfasts, Kelley, Boston. Blessing of Fleer C. ”T " LMMD! 7 4 ' 77-79 P-Town! Fleetwood, Jackson, Foreigner, C.S.N., Foghar. Poke Berkeley Curt- less!! M.D. Thanks for being spe¬ cial. Rainbows are like friends, they bring smiles to your eyes. DAVID QUINN. Activities: Hock¬ ey 1-3; Tennis 1,2,4. Parries! Hey Scrub! Pilgrim Lake and Nauser Beach. LAURIE. Our cruising with Andy and Bill. PW, JM, JH, EF, AP, in the Library. Riding with Julie and Saladin. Rasksu and Arlyn in English class. Going to Florida with CG. Thanks HT! I leave all my love to Laurie. Smourrney! Breakers with Nat. Thanks to my parents for purring up with me. Good luck to all my friends I am leav¬ ing behind. CINDY PEARLMAN. Alia " Cin, Cid, Sins, JP, Cindy ' s, gypsy, BD, Jerimi. ALG!! noncon¬ forming, dance and more dance, drama, arguing inrellectualisms . .. the clique - HM 2 , CP, MR, DM, CG. Conversations with JH, LB, DH, DB, PH, MS, KS, DC, KA, the clique. Summer 78, P-Town, my parents, NY!! Chas ' parries talent shows, Marley Concert, deflating, Medieval History, lousy punk parries, " Twas brilling the slirhy roves did gyre gimble in the wabe, all mimsy were the borogroves mome rath outgrabe. " I love you all . . . " Good Luck to the Class of 1980 " PURITAN CLOTHING CO. Orleans Shopping Plaza, Orleans PHYLLIS JILL HIGGINS. P.J., Sisrerwoman. Pi¬ ano!! ALG 3,4. " Ir ' s shrinking rime in Pep- perland. " Leslie, Tricia, Derrhie, Isabelle . . may rhe srars of life fol¬ low you always. Shod¬ dy, Mabel, Maudy, Puppy,and Terence . . . love ro you all . . finding rhe lirrle prince. " I ' m so happy rhar you love me . . N.Y.C. " Acrors and stages now fall before rhe rrurh and rhe love shared between re¬ mains growin. RUSSELL CHIPMAN. Russ, MUNK, Monkey. Favorite Sayings: Ah my grandma does berrer. Say ir slow and in English. German Exchange 3. Hirring rhe Alleys and Friend¬ ly ' s wirh TM, DG, DM, GL, and DD. Going ro Germany; seeing a parr of rhe world, making new friends, playing basketball wirh ren year old German kids and watch¬ ing rheir faces lighr up as rhey scored. Being lore for rhe farewell speech, watch¬ ing AD drunk ar rhe dance, watching Mr. Chamberlain count us every five minures . . LOVE IN DLOOPING! Thanks Nauser! TIMOTHY DUHLER. DH, Dham, Hack, Slow. Cross Country 3,4; Wrestling 2-4; Track 2,4. 1 ro 3 in srupidiry, 3 thru 7 wirh Heaven. Where ' s Firzy? Boorin ' ir wirh R.D. Mario and rhe fume car. Too much surface area. Grounded for life. Whar a year ir was. DH Academy will never die as long os rhere is DH. XL Terror. Ken¬ wood turn up rhe volume, bass, and rremble. Spain and C.D. Whar a monrh. Thanks, Mom and Dad. JILL WRAGG. Dillie, Billy Willy Nil- ly. Germany, volleyball w rhe gus b Alex-Thante for purring up w my knee. Dancin! Good lafs w CK, JSW, SW, JLW, LS, AD, SD, DG, TC, TN and every¬ one else available. Training classes. Animals. Kali Mac-Ar¬ rack arfer pooch, Lesrer Lighr- bulb. Halloween ar UMass w Chris, Ellen, Ricky, Yardley, Chuckles, b all rhe weird guys nexr door. Wendys ar closing rime. Help! Thanks for all rhe love and supporr JTW, AW, b JW. See you ar Northeast, Chris! Compliments of LEMA ' S MARKET Desr Wishes ro All LIVINGSTONS ' PHARMACY 124 TONY YOUNG. Red. Shop 1-4; Work Study 3,4; Ski Club 1-4; Track 1,2; Red don ' t core Turk don ' t care. Where ' your byrd. Summer nights at camp¬ ground beach. Hey, Ed, who ' s going to buy your coffee now. Coffee run ' s 2nd period. Hey! Gunner. I leave Nauser on the path to wherever I end up. BARBARA ATKINS. Eyeball, Pea¬ body, Groce. Who invited all these tacky people? Running on empty. If life gives you lemons make lemonaide! Rainbow, Flor¬ ida, New Hampshire, Thomson ' s Island, MIT parries, Wendy ' s Sum¬ mer of 79. If I leave here tomor¬ row will you still remember me. To all my friends from P.h.S. I ' ll always remember the good rimes we have had. To CC, LA, CC, AP, TS, TP, WW, DR, CR, LL, and all the others remember the good rimes. To my parents thank you [ for being the greatest parents in | the world. This is the end of the beginning. Compliments of THE HOUSE OF YARNS 115A Route 6A - 255-4598 NAJET MOSBAH. Cowboy hots. Indian Clothes - Disco music, Bee Gees ; wasw!! Cakes and ice— cream — hmm!! Look¬ ing at the sunset by the ocean while listening to gentle music. Snow at the Snow ' s. Travelings through different countries and learning foreign lan¬ guages. Indian Cape at Crazy horse with Julie, Monque and Jamie. Climbing the wall with Eija. Ten Fashion Shows. Catching bouquet or P ' s wedding. Many thanks to my American friends. I Najet from Tunisia leave Nauser with a smile, hoping to get what I want our of life. Many dreams hove come true for me and I know many more will. I ' m optimistic. Orleans, MA AUDREY FONTNEAU. Aud, Font, Hershey Friends. What I ' ll give you since you ' ve asked is all out rime together. Take the rugged sunny days, the warm and rocky weather. Take the roads that I hove walked along, looking for tomorrows rime, piece of mind. Take the Lillys and the lace from our days of childhood, all the willow winding paths leading up and outward, this is what I ' d give this is what I ' s ask for, nothing more. Compliments of CENTRAL PACKAGE STORE Orleans Shopping Plaza MAJORIE AYER. Acr.: Business, FBLA, RB, Ski Club, Yearbook, YL. Hopinron High School 9 - 11. YMCA, Swimming, Dances, Snowmobile parries, skiing snow and wa¬ fer, biking, volleyball. I leave Nauser High ro my sisrers, Cheryl, Carolyn, Karen. Thanks Mom, Dad and Gradparenrs. " rhe key ro gerring rhe mosr from life is ro hold a posirive arrirude in your mind, and rhe belief rhor rher ' s norhing you connor do, in your hearr! " Good luck ro oil. ANNE T. KLIMSHUK. Annie. Gymnasrics 1-3; Soccer Cheering 3 Capr. 4, Jeffrey 2 - 4 - ever. " Nighrs in Whire Sarin " , Lincoln conrinenral wirh MR, MC, JP; Sunsers,- Pleasanr Bay under rhe srars!! Concerrs. Jeff, Thank - you for loving, caring and jusr being you! Good rimes wirh rhe JN ' s, DH, TP, TJ, . . . EP. N ' The Green Machine,- DANCIN!! Prom 78 - 79; Smiles!! Hapiness is. . . being wirh Jeffrey; " The Besr INN " . To my family " I love you " and rhanks ro rhe Palm ' s. HELEN MOULTON. Alfie, Erma, Eilene ' s (I love you roo, Mike!) Hey, whar does GDDF mean? Tor- ruffe!! Srare comp. Hav¬ ing imaginary friends. Fla.! Remember rhe Alamo, righr Charlie? O.J.W.B.! BOSTON! Long ralks wirh Cin. " I ' m so de¬ pressed! " Being sick. Chickenpox? I miss Lu- rher! Alg? The pusilani- mous lion . . . Skipping down Newbury Srreer. Poor Mikey! Filmore, NY? Chrissy, where ore you? Thanks for rhe ride, Mrs. E.! DAVID JALBERT. As we soil across rhe sea of life, Each pass¬ ing wove brings abour a new experience, Somerimes rhe wind mokes rhose waves prer- ry rurbulenr. Bur, rhar ' s rhe sea of life, and ir ' s a journey we musr oil moke. Each day brings abour a new horizon . . . Each sunser brings abour a new Peace. Len Millord. Caroline . . rhe ring . . surfing . . I made lr!! Sray wasred! Besr Wishes ro rhe Class of ' 80 ORLEANS EXXON Besr Wishes ro rhe Class of ' 80 CAPE COD OPTICIAN OF ORLEANS 125 126 COLLEEN EMILY ALEXIS HOGAN. Arr 1-3; Port¬ folio 4. Yearbook 1-3; Co - Editor 4. Trivia: School with friends, Summer and all the best rimes with Robin and the CARREIROS!!! Being in Boston, Auro¬ ra, and Irhico and al¬ ways being so happ y there. Kathy, thanks for the laughs and friendship. To Nauser Beach, may you al¬ ways have children building sand castles at your shore. IMYR 6 MM TRISSA DAVIS. Tre. X - Coun¬ try 2 - 4 ; B - ball 1 - 4 ; Track 1 - 4; Trumpet 1 - 4; " Forger it " Bahaing w TB, TK, 6 GH. Water Tower action w TB summer 76. In the rain? His¬ tory w LW Millstone RD. BUNNY SUITS Trackies live on! To JO, best of luck w JW. HAWAII!! Thanks Mom and Dad! Everywhere w CE Dirt Roads? Blueping at Long Pond!! MD it was fun! Nauser Beach w ALYOH YEAH!! In the bathroom? Thante for everything Laura! Much thanks to Mr. Walorz! Good luck to Chris, I ' ll be back! Compliments of WELLFLEET MOBIL CENTER and A SCOTT BESWICK. Spez, Bruce, Track 3,4. Ski Club 3,4. Honor Society 3,4? Wellfleerian. Cruisin ' Fleetville with TC 6 TM Looking for the la belle femme. Living at the beach, trying to remain calm around Debbie. Little Darlin ' - oh no!! Those one night mistakes. Quebec 79 - dead bodies JB? Quebec ' 80, warn the Canadians. Duck Harbor, pig out, thanks Mazz! Party ' n w Orleans gang. Ski¬ ing w a 15 h.p? Lisa T. you ' re the best. Flounder slaughter w SB. Moped, the dirt - bike of the future. Mazz I hope you get your diploma and your band all straight¬ ened our. Keep in touch. Nauser: Thanks for being the catalyst to my future. RON FANCY. Minnow,- Soccer 1-3, Capt. 4; Hockey 1-3; Copt 4; Tennis 1; Baseball 2, Student Council 1-4; Vice Pres. 1; Tres. 2; " I ' m no jock " " Bum¬ mer " " Do a bird” " Ya mon” Sum¬ mer soccer league and the Ho? I cna ' r quire recall! Weekend madness with Bert and Johnny Mac,- In school lines with RT and EP; Going wild with oranges after smoking Sandwich; road trips to checkout Brown and an unforgettable stop at MacDonalds - Maddogs, Chris, Bert, and Cully: Thanks for many wonderful rimes in Boonsville; Best wishes to Coach ' D ' and my parents,- The Junk Yard Dogs will never die. BAY SAILS MARINE Rre. 6, Wellfleer BRIAN MORAN. Shark, Vince, Batguy. Ac¬ tivities: Javelin 1-4 ; Senior Senate, Bird-Pho¬ tography. Sayings: ' ' Poof ' Didn ' t I just tell you to leave! Monty lives, stand and deliv¬ er, Hey Hons, Be there Aloha!! Infinite thanks to my Ultimate Friend GL . . . and friends T.M. Kenedy Bros. Max, Munk, Dave, Doanna. . Do nor go where the path leads, Rather go where there is no path, And leave a trail . . . GAIL MONTGOMERY. Nicknames: Gi- Gi, GJ, Monty, Act: Track 1; Riding 1-4; SMS; Summer of 79 riding 4 hours a day with Donna, Lady and Angel, 4 o ' clock horse shows with Donna, get¬ ting ripped off by S.R., Ellis Mkr., Soft¬ ball gomes parties, riding with Tree and Shrub (Bush), " Boop you ' re such a Midge " . " What ' s up? " . To my friends Donna, Barbara, Bess, Jenny, and Amy, we ' ve had out troubles and differences bur I still love you all. And to my new friends Holly and Laurie, I leave Nauser hoping that your years are as good as mine were. And I thank everybody who has ever helped me with my riding and I ' ll try hard to never let you down. DONNA MARIE REED. Juan. Lar¬ in 1-3; Riding 1-4 ; SAAS, Beach- rides, Barnspeople, Cathy, Les¬ sons with Laurie, Summer of 79!!! " Thar-horse” and " Fan¬ cy " , Afternoon rides with Gail. NO MORE PETS!! Joey and Toots. Horseshows. First, who me? Ellis Marker Softball games and parries. Friday nights! Gail ' s party. MT and DT my other family, Boop-Midgeology BW thanks for the friendship! Thanks to Dad and Mom and my brothers for their support. Toots, Joey, Brummel and Fan¬ cy you will always be mine. GOOD BYE NAUSET! EIJA RAHKO. Activities: Soc¬ cer 4; Basketball 4; Tennis 4. Nicknames: Rasku, Raski, Roxy Raski. Fiddle Ginger. English class Arly and David, I had such a good time with you. Thanks Nauser for everything, special thanks to my host families and to my fantastic rotary club, and all these people who helped me through this year. May¬ be I are too many Jim Dan¬ dies bur I was on the finnish diet: ice-cream, salad. Love Ejja. Compliments of WELLFLEET PHARMACY Compliments of CAPE COD FIVE CENTS SAVINGS Wellfleer 127 128 KIM MEAD. F.H. 1,4; X-Counrry 2,0; B-BqII 1-4; Track 1-4 ; Co-Capr. 4 ; Class Treasure 3,4; Band, Srage Band 2-4; Who ' s Who Among Amer. H.S. ; Laughing A lor-es- pecially w MT. Go Animall Brural, In- deprh disscussions w CM (J G J), Vaca¬ tions w KM — don ' r forger Cape Cod Summer Nighrs. Hawaii 79! Great track and band rimes w TD. Run it off! Al¬ ways G.Y.A.T. J.D. " Times to remem¬ ber are great but rimes to look forward to are even better. ' ' Many thanks to a great family. GREGG VELIE. Vealhorn, Vealzaroo, Negs, Nubian, Dusty, Prep. Honor Society 3,4 ; Mike, Drew, Mark, Dick, Chris. In the library with the " Community Kids ' ' before school; Three tables at lunch; Perio picks; Dew and Donuts at the Ponderosa; Dogs with Mark; Community Band, Choir, Bell Choir, Kids Programs, Dinners, G G S Bartley Fallon,- Dick much luck in AFS and future encoun¬ ters. Thanks Mom G Dad G Community Family for caring enough to persevere. CHRIS NICKERSON. Chris Nick¬ erson is the winter Senior head Coach of of basker- ballm and I belong to the National Wildlife Federation as I receive each month Ranger Rick. You can also remember me by the three Bohannons, Audrey, Paul and Adam. Hi to my friends Mr. Daly, Mr. Bresnahan, and Mr. Donahue — we make the lunch room ream!! . . . thoughtful NRHS students and teachers for doing so much. Thanks! KATHLEEN COOMBS. " Coomba " London ' 78 Canterbury Cathe¬ dral. Laughing, singing, smiling, crying, loving, dreaming, caring, lis¬ tening, thinking. My special friends. Just be¬ ing me alone. Thanks. Best Wishes From The SEA G SAND RESTAURANT Rre. 6, N. Eastham Best of Luck to the Class of ' 80 THE CHESS CORNER Orleans Shopping Plaza AMY JORDON. MIKE HALE. Activities: Bond 1, 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Moth League 4; pho¬ tography, trombone, assorted Community Musical Groups, " Dew " n " Doughnuts " or the Ponderoso, working with SM, GV, DV, DJ, PC, MB, MH, and KS. Bermuda, and Schnicklefrirz. Many thanks to all my Com¬ munity Family for everything. What if the spell of a place foils upon a youthful heart and the bright horizon colls! Many a thing will keep rill the worlds ' work is done and youth is only a memory. When the old en¬ chanter came to my dooe, laden with dreams, I reached our with both hands, for I knew that he would nor be lured with the gold that I might later offer. CHRISTOPHER GREIM. Nick¬ names: Vito, Wally, Favorite Sayings: Haya ; Goh-hort; Did I studdo?; No seriously. Activities: Track 1,2,4; JV. Hockey 2 ; Ski Club 3,4; Senior Senate. Sho-No- Na with G.L.; Leave it to Bea¬ ver with RC; Cookout with DJ GV; Disco With MD ; Goin out with HB; JN; TD ; LW ; TG. A special thanks to my mother and father, nor the one who brought me into this world, bur the ones who brought me up without them I would nor be where I am today! THANK YOU! KATHY AIKEN. Tennis 1 - 4; Yearbook 3,4; Newspaper 2,3; Bond 1,2; Nor. H.S. 3,4; Alan thanks for being a fan¬ tastic friend. L. Toad, weird birthday presents, passing notes, bond forever! E.N. Smock those Dads! LH, KB, MF, DB, HC, and expecially Sreph — Keep on dancin ' ; Joanna — Ich Spreche Deutsch; Karey=rhe bionic doubles partner! Roon - couldn ' t ask for a better sis¬ ter. Hey Drugs! — Summer 79 C.M.M., Tu es crorre, M.O., munga women or mors. Compliments of S. WELLFLEET GENERAL STORE Compliments of Wellfleer Real Estate 1?9 130 ADDY TUBMAN. Flabby-normal, Abdomen. Parrying, concerts, George: Ain ' r love a . . . . ! Mr. Bill, Friendlys, rhanks for rhe loughs and being a good listener. Good luck to Barry and Jamie in rhe Airforce. Kathy, rhanks for your support and friendship. You ' ve helped me through alor, see you in Boston. Having fun with JC PH, BH, MG, BL, CF, SM, and GW! Munching our at Mike ' s Halloween, summer of 77 - 79, fall¬ ing asleep and being lore for work, being with kids, Gibson ' s porch, Chinese food, being roll, LED ZEPPLIN, Thank You, immi¬ grant song, and Junior Prom . . . Sean thank you for being you and leaving my thoughts behind. Finding rhe strength to look forward and nor behind us. All of my love! Jon lots of success in becoming a scholar. Lots of rhanks to my art teachers for their guidance. Lots of confusion in rhe lost 2 years. I ' m finally out!! EDWARD MILLETTE: Ted, Zork, Xom. Soccer 1 - 0 Vi, Track 1 - 4, Snow season 3,4; with GMC and Shark, Tom Foolery and Shark, Munk, Loom, Wimpy, Joe, Bors, Fiend, Doana, Derv, Gim, Sid, Dick, Mr. C, Smirry, Bump, Honk, Spark, Big Bob, Big Ken, Randall, Scrib, Ganzo, J02, KM, LK, CM, ER, . You Wellfller roughians and all you underclassmen. Coaches Gray, White, and Walorz, Mr. M., Hutch, HP, ESK, KNC, EB, SS, and the class of ' 80, Don ' t overwork yourselves. Compliments of " Wellfleer Oyster House ' ' E. Main St., Wellfleer Tel.: 349-2134 SALLY ANN KANE. Gerry, Tarlly, Alp, B L. Thanks to B 2 + B 3 for rhe good rimes sp ecial rhanks to H.P.A. Sciruate was rhe Best. Remember, WR, Cloud 9, Rubber Uhaul, D.A.P., Patrol, Dicky, Bilbo, Excop in a Batmobile, Cricekrs, S.B.B.S., Geils, Peg- gorry, Allniter, " Where ' s Joe " , Fozzie Bear, Summer 76, MACK, " H.M.B.Y.G.I.N.3 " , Uncle Sams, Feb 79, Dreamworld, Spit New Years 78, Florida, Pitts, Myron, The Bell, Labo ' s, IRISH 1, Sunapee, The Bor- een, Bridgewater, Frizzez, Big Biddle, Washington D.C., SWEET JANE, " T.N.E.D., " DA NA NA NA, DA NA NA NA NANA NA . . " Mescafied, da vadirion, " No - Nay - Never " , It ' s been real telephones ringing! GARY KASER. Soccer 1, wrestling 2,3,4; Hunt¬ ing, fishing, backpacking. Hunting trips to Vermont; and Brewster, summers at rhe Cleaver with BS, EB, PR, and GS. I ' ll miss Stan Smith I want to spend rhe rest of my life hunting with Buck. Compliments of WELLFLEET SPIRITS SHOP KIM ELLEN ROTTI. Tomorrows exist in order that new ideas might live. Therese — We could write a book; let ' s make it a never - ending novel. Therese, Denise, and Tina — To answer the question you ask so often — No, I will never regret the decision you all helped me to moke in the eighth grade. Nor with friends like you. Halloween 79 — Thank you D M. On Thar Beach. KENYON PETER KEYES. Ken, Big Ken, Skiing Quebec in February, Miller, Nauser Beach, The Wall, Parrying, Cruisin, Watch that fire hy¬ drant, Cabin, Wash., Roch¬ ester Inn, Allard Const, going North., Center Harbor Rais¬ ing Hell, Light shows. Every¬ one at Nauser Beach, Spe¬ cial thanks to Mrs. Campbell, Ed Brookshire, Mr. Collins, May Father. Working with R. Banana, Gary P., Cooney, Fox, Bout, Bumper, Bulldozer. Favorite Sayings: Low life, Oh no, You will be all right. Thank you Nauser! WILLIAM HANCOCK. My first clue came when I awoke one morning earlier than you expected and my room wasn ' t reassembled yet. I saw nothing, a cold nothing. Now, when I look at my cre¬ ations through closed eyes I see your real faces. You gave it a good try, bur it won ' t work. You must real¬ ize that by accepting me nor by fighting me can I at last get to sleep. What a good sleep it will be. TRACY JEANNE PETERS. Trammy, Trac, Honey, Little One. Activities: Rainbow 1,2; Chorus 1,2; Rob 3,4. Fave Sayings: " Are you kidding?” " Please, for me?” " Your crazy!” Par¬ rying at Nauser with RJ, TS, BG, JH Meeting Eddy Muster. My Sherona. Dynesry. Making trips over the dune. Working with Tam. Being pinched by Joe. " Tam, stop flirting!” Girly talks with Tam. May 3, 1978 ROB + ME, FOREVER! Mom + Dad: " Thanks for bearing with me”. To Juanita I leave my gym sneakers, and Lori, my Soc. homework! Rob, remember I love you! I leave Nauser with a few gray hairs! BYE! I ' m outa here! Compliments of CAPE COD REALTY AND BUILDING OF WELLFLEET Compliments of LOWELL REAL ESTATE 131 BRYAN TOT- MAN. Basketball 3,4; Tennis 3,4; Nickname: Ter Wampus. Mud wamping on my beerup old moro, caramer- aning all sum¬ mer. These rwo years were ex¬ cellent Nauser, I couldn ' t have gone ro a better school. Later. . MARY MULLEN. Trivia. Par!! Favorite Sayings: I can ' t stand it any more; Let me drive,- and what do you want me ro do about it. MM G TP thanks for just being there on that there cloud. We ' ve some routy rimes to come when we get out of here. DK - I ' ll get you one someday, after I get mine. Thanks alot. All my thanks to Elaine and Jeff B. and most of all, Pat, who gave me a new life and new love. I ' ll love you always and all-ways. THOMAS CUNNINGHAM. Thunderchicken, Hulk, The Duck. Activities: Soccer, Track, Skiing, Night riding with SB, Hell rides and wres¬ tling with Oke. VH, DB, CD, Concerts will never be for¬ gotten. Totaling pick-ups with SB and TM. Skiing with everyone. Digging cars our of Duck Harbor with SB and TM. Wasting my life away at Newcomb Hallow Beach with SB and TM and the summer crowd. Trying ro catch Rockerfeller on his bike, I leave Nauser in search of the endless sum¬ mer. LISA CAROLE LUNDEN. Much love and thanks to Robbie, Celeste, Laura, Nat, Andy, Kris, Mom, Dad, and Billy for making life so beauti¬ ful. I love you all very much. Ce¬ leste, remember Worcester? " you go in first! ' ' " I wanna sir down! " " Mom, Dad . . I ' m going to buy another horse. " Long talks with Robbie — you ' re a wonder¬ ful friend! My beautiful horses, Shaggy and Angel. Beach rides and weekends at UMass with Billy. ”1 love you, boo-boo-nose! " Uni¬ corns! Swimming with dolphins, my baby harbor seal, drawing, sailing. I love you Billy, you ' ll al¬ ways be very special ro me; the best is yet to be! 132 Compliments of and Best Wishes ro the Class of 1980 WELLFLEET GULF ANDREW JAMISON. " Drew " , " Gruesome Drewsome " . Senior Senate, C. of J. Bond, Brass Choir, Choir, Fishing, Photography, Helping with kids, Always found with Mike or Gregg or in the Library with " the Com¬ munity Kids " . Taking care of BD, and JJS. Working at the Ponderosa with the guys. Many thanks to my Community Family for all of their help and support and to SB for always keeping an eye on me. BARBARA RENEY. Shrub, Boopee, Midge, Summer 79, Kinks, Doobies, Dead . Rol¬ lerskating, Riding with Gigi and Don Juan and Tree. Love to Gigi and Don Juan my best friends and Mike . The guys at Ellis ' . Working with Joe. Mideology Lives! Switzerland, London, Germany. Behave yourself Neil. Good Bye Nauser. HEIDI J. BRACE. Turtle, Smirty, Ida. Soccer 3-4; Track 3; K.P. and sum¬ mer following, I ' ll nev¬ er forger. DB and CT concerts - GREAT! Your cupcakes or . . . PG, LB, LT, MA, MB, BW, BC, MD, CG, MM, par¬ ry people, friends all and I love ya. Thanks MD for understanding. Thanks everyone for making me stay. Negs on private school! Thanks to M and D for everything. JOE O ' NEIL. Nicknames: XJ, Rocko, Joey, Scumbag. Ac¬ tivities: Basketball 1,4; X- Counrry 1 ; Student Advisor 1 ; what happened 2,3? Good Times w fiend, bors, miles, Buhler, RB. Summer w AI. Bors saying ' s,- miles doings,- fiend, class clone. BhA, the whole bit. Hey Bud. Weeta woos. No knee ' s jackson. Wait a minor. Temper,- who me? Keep it up Loom, Vince, Munk, Doana, Zork. Take it away beez and Dome. Ah well, are we here? we ' re . . . Compliments of ROBINSON ' S 5 10 Cope Cod and the Islands Compliments of THE RECORD RACK Newest Albums, Cassettes, 8-Tracks All 45 ' s and oldies. Special Order Service Wellfleer tel. 349-2880 134 CHARLES G. PRICE. Chos, Tuna, Amazing, F.D.F. (rehearsals with rhe same); Prom 78 and Tarruffe, (Where are my keys?) Over rhe river and through rhe woods . . . Milla! Thanks ro all rhe faculty and DK (nor Zeus). Long talks wirh MR, HM (let ' s ger mellow), CP ' S, and DM (you killed my Pala¬ din!) Remember rhe Alamo! Where are my keys? (Harder ro ger inro than Cornell . . ) Bunny! ALG (N.Y. City) and much, much, more. Forsan er haec olim meminisse juvabir. WILLIAM OLSON. Wilber. Activities: Hockey 1,2; Soccer 2. Good rimes wirh BS, JN, DQ. Nickerson Srare Park 43, 1979, Brewster Commons wirh SM. 55 Never Die. Go wax your egg, Ed. J. Geils 1. Good luck, PM, KS. Thanks Ma and Dad. Larer, Buddy B. TODD A. HIGGINS. FREEBIRD. Surfing 1-4 6 ever. Soccer 1- 4. Mr. B ' s Office 2,3,4; Skyn- yrd, Black Sabbarh, Children of rhe Grave. J. Geils, Van Halen, Ann Whelan. Sum¬ mers, Crowded Line Up ' s. THE BEACH, Being a Bum, Lightning Srorms, Sourh Shore Srings, Intense Surfing Sessions. MOLSONS, is gold¬ en. " 4W-D ' N " , Concerts, The Point, Slow Down Dube, The Boys, " Up in Smoke ' ' . Parry hard, " AND THIS BIRD YOU ' LL NEVER CHANGE. DOVE TAYLOR. Snoop, Do- vey Doodle. Trivia: MARK! June 16, 1979, Mark: I want ro thank you for being so understanding and for lov¬ ing me. I love you and al¬ ways will. Thanks Mom for your endless parience wirh me. Good rimes with: LN, AF, SO b NP, RGT ' s, The One And Only Jelly Donur, " Junior " , " Bur Honey " , Thanks love and luck every¬ one. I finally made ir. Best Wishes ro rhe Class of ' 80 AVERY INSURANCE Main Srreer, Orleans Compliments of MOONEY FUEL AND GRAIN Depor Square, Wellfleer ELIZABETH M. CARPENTER. Berh, Berhie, Beff, Lizzy. Bond 1-4; Cope Cod Music Festi¬ val 1-4; Playing my Cello in rhe Cape Cod Symphony for 5 years. MUSIC! My cello and flure, practicing, " Justin Tyme " , Rob¬ bie D. " The Mutants. " Having grear sum¬ mers, Parrying, Prom nire 79 wirh Vini B. Asri Spumanre Summer of ' 77, Sreve Lewis, summer of 79, hanging around wirh crzy people - The Cuccia Klan, Lee, Paul, Ed, John - The Bizijj ' s - Charlie, Sreve, Missy and especially Vini!! Go for ir.. OK Bye . . Who baby. P-Town. Being who I am and whar no one else rells me, or wanrs me ro be. VIRGINIA MAYO. " Ging " . Ac¬ tivities: Soccer 1-4; Softball 1-4; Fesrs 1-4; Trivia,- long rrips, Doo- bies, Ourlaws, Dor shors, rry ro keep a srraighr face Marie. Sophomore year shack shors wirh Sue. Being a pain in rhe neck. Feeyaddle. Periods of un¬ consciousness . . The line is drawn, rhe curse is casr, rhe slow one now will larer be fasr, as rhe presenr now will larer be pasr, rhe order is rapidly fadin ' , and rhe first one now will larer be last for rhe rimes they are a- changin. - Dylan - ANDREA FRANCKE. Words TINA MARIE CHIPMAN. " Beaner " , " wee " Class pres. 2 ; Vice Pres 3 ; Sec 4 ; Srudenr Council 3,4; CHEERING. " Being able ro rrusr everyone " Rob¬ in my sis. So many crazy rimes wirh her! DD wirh Robin ' s A Q. B-Ball cheering w Ann W., your a nur bur stay rhar way kid. CM your a sweer- heart. MLC and Arlyn rake care. Dee and Robin you are two special peo¬ ple never lose touch. Mike my spe¬ cialist person, thanks for everything. Kim . . whar can I say, you ' ve al¬ ways been rhere . . remember Ver¬ mont! I leave Nauser w beauriful memories of rhe people I ' ve shared my 4 years wirh. Now I ' ll go on ro bigger and berrer things. Best Wishes from DEMOTT AND PENO REAL ESTATE are flowing our like endless rain inro a paper cup. They slirher wildly as rhey slip away, across rhe universe. Pools of sorrow, waves of joy are drifting rhrough my open mind possessing and caressing me. Hey Lise!! Roll¬ er skating?! BH and AW. " AYE SANTORO " . . MAD¬ NESS COUNTS . . AW SUE - " Watch our for rhe puddle!” Pares wirh TS and B.? Born ro run — BS. " Van Halen " special D.T.N.A. . . . J.D.J.T.K.C. Main Srreer, Orleans 135 PATRICIA GAINEY: Tricio, Alter¬ native Learning Group 3,4; Ad¬ visory Doard . . Sunsets, Skip¬ ping to Nauser Light w DL and the house, being withdrawn, Phyllis, Leslie, AD, Kathy . . New York 78 w lsabelle . . . sum¬ mertime 79 - P ' Town, the cen¬ ter, parries at Ems, MB, Blessing of the Fleer, The Rocky Horror Picture Show - in costume, Clau¬ dia, Wodfschmidrs 6 O.J., G.E. - one of the few, Rocky, Nauser Beach, Elvis Costello . . We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars. Wild. EILEEN MARIE YONCE. " Yonsrer Monster " Student Council 3,4 Girls ' Store 3, Drama 1- 4, The Highlanders, Ballet, London 78 - Canterbury, Sr. Maartens 78 79 - I shall return! Nauser Beach - sour cream G onion potato chips, stars, dancing, walking in the rain, Mr. Sluggo (my puppy), Ford Mus¬ tangs, earing and sleepijg, memories, hopes and dreams, precious friendships, haring school bur living through it anyway with the hope of better things to come — traveling? Beautiful people, laughing, lov¬ ing and living . . . THE FUTURE!! MONIQUE VAN ZANTEN. AFS. THE NETHERLANDS. Nicknames: " Le Freak, Monique, Le Chic, Moana- ble, messy monique, nik. Drama rehearsals, study, fun! Mister Bill, outdoor education, soccer getting lost in Cambridge with Carrie, Bos¬ ton, smuggling food in lunch with Roksoe. HALLOWEEN . . B-52 ' s! Riding bikes in the middle of a rainy night with Carrie. Wee-o- week chicky baby. Indians and Najet in Provincerown. M.W., I ' ll never forger Nauser, and all my American friends. Harrstikke gezel- lig hier! SUZANNE MARIE OZON. " Suzy Snow¬ flake " " Giggles " . Activities: CHAT¬ HAM!! - Pates with D.L. and A.F. 75 Seaview Drive with D.L., T.S., L.J., and B.? Thar rainy Sunday watching Bor the " B.T. " lose $220 on the Pitts¬ burg - Phillie game " Andrea, where does the puddle end? " Summer 78- 79 - " Willaboo and Company! " " Leigh, he ' s lighting up a cigarette " — " Oooh Nooohh! " ORLEANS CAR¬ DINALS 79!!!!!! (ESP. 14) Hey num¬ ber 11, we saw all that! " " L.I.N.Y.S- l.I.N.J.I.!!! " Simon and Garfunkel - " Sounds of Silence " FIN AST PARTIES and VAN HALEN SPECIAL " D.T.N.A.” Compliments of HOPKINS CLEANERS Orleans, Wellfleer, Provincerown Best Wishes from THAYERS PHARMACY Main Street, Orleans GLENN COLLINS. G.M.C. Fuzz. Activi¬ ties: Student Council 2-4; Track 2-4; Bond 1-4; Ski Club 3-4; Sea Scours 1-4; Collins Crash Club 3-4 with KK, BM, TM. On the wall. Coast of Maine, Sugarloaf and the Cabin, " I can ' t do 2 things at once Kenyon " , DC 2 re¬ member Clam? DC 3 right Randy? Gong Show G the apple juice with DM, Hey Whimpy, You ' ll be alright. FH G his mudrakes, o good Jr. Prom with or without BC (No Brickhouse) V Isles ' 77, some good rimes or Randy ' s, Ken ' s, and HB ' s, with RG, MD, KK, CG, BW, LLA, MA, MB, KH, DS, TM, BM, DM, HW, A and K ; I can ' t remember. Some 3 or earlier AM ' s with TM, BM in the snow, Halen, Nauser Beach with the whole crowd forever. JOHN MCCULLY. Johnny Mac, Jock, Soccer 1-4, Copt. 4; Basketball 1-4, Copt. 4; Base¬ ball 1-3; Track 4. Freshman Year, never forger. Varsity with SM. Hurt Sophomore. Fighting with JC all the rime. Be good! Weekends with Ron G Chris. Food! Ron or MacDonalds! We gor ' em Chris, 3-4! Ploying soccer oil the rime! Marko . . . SL or the Ho. Mr. D. getting me on the right foot. Q. I ' ll get you! PW he ' s rough. Head bolls ore great! Good bye SW. Good luck. Mr. Miller, the best coach, keep it up. Mom and Dad the greatest. Good Luck Brothers. JANE CANTINE HALL. Juana, Iguana. To stu¬ dios for activities in school, Espana, my in¬ jured krupo, this is only O.J., closet drinking, the price is right, sur¬ prising Jenny, going off cape for 5 minutes with C.P., erotics in the study hall with DQ, EF, JM, AP, G PW. Jenny ' s waterfall, sugar cook¬ ies and water, dislocat¬ ed knee and twelve years I ' m done. Best of Luck to the Class of 1980 ELLIS MARKET 57 Main Street, Orleans ALAN G. PACKETT. Acriviries: Bond 1-4; Notional Honor So¬ ciety 3,4; Treasurer 4 ; Stu¬ dent Council 2-4; Vice Presi¬ dent 4; Senior Senate,- Ger¬ man Exchange. Favorite sayings: Gimme a break, hurrin for certain! Trivia: Fort Hill, Piunire, four years of laughs with Kathy, Summer of 79 and forever with Chrisrin,- Good luck to all my high school friends. I leave Nauser with thanks for what it has taught me and with thoughts and hopes for the future. LYNN KIELE. Just Lynn! Much Thanks to DP, TP, CH, BH, LW, MT, MP, DN, 6 TP. Digger Days. " S ' go " , " Yahoo ' ' . " Ya mon ' ' , " Yi- pah " . Beachcomber action. Hey, Deb, let ' s go to Eddies! Save it for Chemistry, Laura. Scruffy Lush, what a Wertzberger! Caution we break for gooks! She-a-noid-a Pager. Hey Trace, wanna buy a ticket? Does it.. . ? Backroom . . 293 . . Piggy ' s . . DISCO!! Nauser Beach. Go for it KC! LDS (GROSS) Thanks Mom 6 Dad NATALIE POPE. Activities: Track 1; S. Council 2; Scarsdale 2 ; Art 1-4; Hock¬ ey Star 2-4; riding always. Trackies, Library with JH, TP, AP, SK, CM, etc. Times with PD, BY, BT, MC, CC, DT. Greatest friends LL, TD, CS, DQ, TB, JJB, LM, LT, PL. Watsons with AP, NP, JD. Breakers with Dave. Crazy with TD, NP, DH . . Harwich always with DH, JC, MC, BY, CC. Canada with DS, JP, Pete, Sno, Muff, Joe Shad for¬ ever. CC CO., Ho with JK TM, Woodshed 78 79. S-ball games Brewrun with CEC . . MC times nor forgot. . Nights in white sarin. Thanks Nauser folks. CELESTE M. SHIPMAN. Celestial. Yr. Book 4; Art 1-4; sewing. Bear Hil l Farm Rutland. W.P.H.S. (Rowdy rimes with TA, BM, PG, JF, JS, DC, TP, in New Hampshire) Black dimion summer of 77 . . Thanks Jodi for all your help. BM you ' ll always be spe¬ cial to me. Senior Prom 77, Led Zeplin — (Jeff Stairway to heaven). Mrs. Allen, the Hille Family, " My family and friends from N.P.H.S. LC, TC, PA, KP, NP, SS, LN . . Mom and Dad thank you for all your love and guidance. Compliments of HYANNIS JEWELRY SHOP Orleans and Hyannis Compliments of Cape Cod Bank and Trust Wellfleer Office — MARK ALAN DAUPHINEE. Clam, Grizzly, Genrle Den. Student Council 1,2; Ski Club 3,4; AV 1-4; Wash. D.C. 2; Parry 1-4. " Squeeze me " , " What ' s everybody doing tonight " Cruising with Randy and Ken, Par¬ ties with Glenn and HD, MD, DW, MA, LT LT, LD. Thanks Janet and Heidi, I love you both. The emergency room with Chris and Mr. Chamberlin. I wish to thank all the teachers and friends at Nauser who helped me make my 4 years at Nauser great. Mom Dad, I love you. LAURA WENNERGREN. Winnie, Little Win, Pooh Dear. Cheer¬ leading 1-4; Soccer!! Dus Rides! Sick again! DIG MAC! Tickerron! " Lynn, you should ' ve saved it for chemistry! " " Where ' s Dlooma? " " Scoot down. " Do much ND Pete? Knitted booties, bunnysuirs, giraffes! Disneyland with TD in the rain? Summer 79 with TD, PM, RQ, LK, TP, DR, + RM. To LM, TT, TL, I miss you this year! Peter Mac you made high school worth while, thanks for everything Tris, Goodbye Mrs. L. Mom and Dad . . I ' ve decided to keep you, cuz I love you! PAUL SCRIVANI. The Scriv Man, Scriv, Act: ALG! 2Vi, 0,4. Phorog. 2-4 ; Sur- fin 1-4 EVER! Track 1-4 ; Capr. 3,4. The ELP, Land Ho! and the DDI at 2:00 in the morning. NOT to forger THE FRI¬ DAY NITE ROAD CREW! (Scriv to your Partner . . ) The Deauriful Whr. Mrs. w ALG! London 78 Spain 79 and Mexico ' 80. CHICAGO, The Doobie Dros., and DTO. Hey Riv ' s thanks for everything you ' ve helped me with. Say, Guru, PM, MR, it ' s been a blast! (PJH I LOVE YOU KID). Well I ' m talk¬ ing about a walk in the country, Mother Nature ' s sweet charm, the smell of her perfume as we walk arm in arm . . . T. KATH DRUCE SIMONDS: Activities: Daseball 1-4 ; Wresrlin 0,4 ; Nicknames: Drucey, Sid, Sid- monds, Simmonz, Simes. What ' s up? What ' s going on? Fights in school store — Whar ' d you say about wres¬ tlers? LR — What I wrote last year still goes. Saturday night at Nauser with Monk, Zork, Gim, DM, GL, GC, KR. Many thanks to all my friends and teachers who helped make these 4 years at Nauser memorable ones. Desr Wishes to the Class of 1980 Compliments of PEGGY ' S YARN SHOP Desr Wishes ro the Class of 1980 ARDEN ' S LIQUORS Rre. 6, Wellfleet, MA RONNIE REYNOLDS. Ron. Shop 1-4. Workstudy 3,4; Orleans Jr. Fire Depr.; R + R Consrrucrion. I Ron Reynolds leave Nauser forever. 11— ' —-— .—■—-fin ROAD® COMMODE LISE NELSON. Activities: Bond 1-4 Eric Franke 3,4 . . . ? Trivia: Poopae, Roo, Coro and Keeba. Good rimes with AF, BF, CF, DT, and especially with LEON!! Alice Cooper, Desperado. My Firebird and my Pioneer. " Thanks Eric " . " The Dragon Wagon” Horses. Appaloosas. Rollarskaring. " The Rollar Duck " . Living or the Franke ' s house (almost) Thanks Eric for always being there! JAMES E. MORTON. Hockey 2,3,4; Shop 2,3,4; ALG!! Are we late yet? Coast Guard? Maybe? Beautiful Girls!! Aerosmith 77, 78 - Go for it Duane!! Craziness on another planer. The Blazahs. Bert, have a nice one! New Years Eve. A night to nor to soon be forgotton, maybe. I leave Reeves all the babes he can handle. Later! TAMMY LEE EMILY SANDERS. Tam, La Tam Tam, Sissy, Silky. Activities: Rainbow 1,2,3,4. Trivia: Per¬ verted talks with Tracy. Hot summer nights at Nauset. Atkins and her sence of humor. Juanita ' s love life. Cruising with Barbara G. in our green Cinderella!! " Barb, remember those 49 close encounters? " Parrying with BG, TP, BJ, JH, JOE, GE, and RE. Summers of 78679. Being known as " Rob ' s sister”. The beach! Running Music! " Barb, stop at the fish marker! " Memories of Gary and the good times we had. " Gary, I won ' t forger you! To all my friends, thanks for the good rimes! They won ' t be forgotten!! To my little sister Laura, I ' ll come back to Nauser for your gradu¬ ation in 1993. I leave Nauser knowing my future will be better than my past. Best of Luck to the Class of ' 80. Le Gourmet - Orleans. " Best wishes to the Class of 1980 from BACKUS AND SOULE JEWELER ' S MAIN STREET, ORLEANS " JENNIFER A. MAKER. Jen, Jenny, Adela. Soccer 2 ; field Hockey 3,4; Softball 1-3; Spain 1979. PW ' s crowded parries. The wineskins. Drive-ins. Learning ro dive. Meow Mix penicl kit. Sanra Claus Dowling. Camping wirh HW. Climbing rhe monument wirh JH, Study with DQ, EF, JH, AP. U.S. History Class. My golf bag from PW and JH. Hello Mrs. Laning! Physics. Drugs watch your stick, end. HANK CURTIS. Ace, Easyrider, crash and Minot. Waita minor. One minor one equals zero. Hog ridin wirh JO and RC, b HA material or what? Who sez you can ' t smoke at 60 M.P.H.? Tray duty and suspensions seemed ro break up the montony of my extremely demanding course loads. Good times w SP, JO, SS, MD, and JD. To Mr. Dresnahan, a rather sour grape on a pretty good four years at Nauser. Thanks Dud. Take care of Minette for me she ' s still got a couple of years left. ALFRED YOUNGREN. Soccer 2-4; Dasketball 1-4; Hawaii 79. Wiping our 69 ' s — it wasn ' t my fault, C b I Champs, Champagne Jam. Good rimes wirh CC, SD, MR, PMC. Cruis¬ ing wirh CC. Center Harbor! WO AH. Thanks Mom b Dad. Later. SCOn DECKMAN. " Deck " , " Mr. Prez " " Druce " . Activities: X- Co untry 1-2; winter track 3-4; track 1-4; Ski Club 1-4 ; Pres. 3-4; Quebec City; Junior Senate; Student Council 4; School newspaper 4 ; Senior Class President; Wellfleer Track Club 2-4; " The Gucchi Dros”; Dluegrass Guitar; Vaulting,- Nauser Deach Par¬ ries,- track parries,- seeing Grandma at Friend¬ ly ' s; MT 5 12 79; AFS ; Drorhers DS, SD, GL, DJ ; scuba diving. It ' s sometimes hard telling who your real friends are. I leave Nauser still grow¬ ing, still learning, eternally striving. Thanks to all. " MAY ALL OF YOU FIND YOUR OWN ORACLE " P.J. DOUDERLY ' S Main Street Orleans, MA 255-6950 1 141 142 PATRICIA WALWER. " Parry T rish Shaky " Who down in Florida with palms can ' r hear rhe Yank ee sound of drums? " I leave all furure grumps ro Sran Smirh. GOODBYE!!! LYNDA LINNELL. Lynda, Lyn, choo-choo, Lionel . Gymnasrics 1,2. BBC. Yourh Group 1-4; Secrerary 2, Pres. 3,4. The D.Q., The Gimmies. How goes ir? The Tracy, Juanira, Tammy,- daily Soap opera. Tom jogging roday? Lors of rhanks for my years ar Nauser ro TP, TS, JL, BA, IP, KF, RF, KK, BK, DW, RH, JR, KA, CC, LA, BP, CP, EH, DW, SE, Good luck Dave and Ellen. Good luck Sandy, Joe, and Sharon rhroughour rhe resr of your school years. And lors of rhanks ro Mom and Dad for everyrhing. " GO FOR IT " THERESA MARIE HUBERT. Band 1; Majorerre 2 ; Foorball and Baseball srars 1, 2,3 ; Songleader (pep squad) 2,3; Track 1,2,3; shor pur 1 yea!! Ivy Chain 3 ; Cross Counrry 1,2,3; Synchronized Swimming 1,2,3. Crusin ' rhe srrand CALIFORNIA STYLE! Beach! Volleyball, rollarskar- ing, parries!! I ' ve only jusr begun — Thanks for hang¬ ing wirh me mom! Gabby your a grear sisrer . . Re¬ member our farewell parry in Malibu? I do, Ir was grear!! And srill is, Bye. COLIN D. ELLIS. I wanr ro rhank everyone who helped me Through rhe pasr four years, and especially my reachers and friends. I will always remember Nauser, and rhe reachers who be¬ came good friends, Mrs. Carey for rhe way she would make work meaningful; Mrs. Meldahl and Mr. Ownes for being such an inspira- rion ro me and my arr ; Mrs. Emer¬ son for giving me rhe courage and srrenrh ro over come fear ; Mrs. Laning, Miss Hooker, and Mr. Gray for giving me a love of lirer- ary arr. Complimenrs of WELLFLEET NEWS STORE, Main ST. Wellfleer. Complimenrs of ROGERS LIQUOR LOCKER, INC., Wellfleer. ROBERT FRANCIS SANTOS, Bobby, Bob, Bubbo, Ace. Acriviries: Track 2-4; W-Track 3-4; Honor Sociery 3-4; Truro Life (dor¬ mant); Working or DK ; Listening to BT jokes at NRHS. Special thanks and best of luck to all my friends and acquaintances mode possible through Nauser. I only wish that it hod lasted longer. See you at URI SB? JOHN ALLARD. Rob, Hey, What ever. Ski, motor cycles, cars, pool or Bill ' s, going for Kave rides down the beach. Con¬ certs to the born 76, 77 . . . Que¬ bec 79, 79 trip our of here thanks to Stu. Thanks to Ed. Later SUSAN COLLINS. " Sues, Suge " . Good Old Sopho¬ more Days! Highrimes, Eye openers or the sun spot. Paul June 30, 1978-? Switzerland, London (Erics?) Skyline Drive False Smiles KENNETH C. FREEMAN. Nick¬ names: Ken, Kenny, KC. Trivia: the Youth Group, camping, biking, hiking, bowling with RF and CW. My Pinto doesn ' t " stink ' ' ! .To all my friends, rhamks for the good rimes, and for be¬ ing there when I needed you! To Mr. Fraser and Mrs. Belanger, thanks for all your help, and for being such good friends. Compliments of IRELANDS REAL ESTATE, Orleans. Best wishes from the NAUSET MARKET, North Easrham. 143 COURTNEY VAUTRINOT. C.V., Smourrney. Band 1,2,3; Tennis 2,3,4; C.C.C. Wind Ensemble. Oh my God! Whar ' s new? Why? Don ' t hurt me! Ice skating and Discoing with " The Group”. JIMMY! All those suprise parries with HB, PG, GL, BC, LB, MB, etc. Chemistry Class. Fighting with DQ. Cruising with EO and QJQ. The Quinrriplers! Partying or N.B. and P.L. Thank you everyone for giving me a fantastic summer of 79, especially Jimmy Q. Thankx Mom and Dad! I leave Nauser pleased. Compliments of HANDWEAVING SUPPLY CENTER OF CAPE COD, East Orleans. Compliments of EAST ORLEANS DELI, Main Street. DENISE M. RON AN. Soccer cheering 4; B- ball cheering 4; gymnastics 1; Summers, beachin ir! Sky Lab parry LG, JB, ere. Jugglers - Cher! N.J. somewhere. Missy, they ' re raking rurns . . . Hello gorgeous! Munchin. Scarsdale w TP - oh well. Grear friends and funnin w KR, CM, WR, KS, LG, KF, CS. Psyched for summer (FS) Florida in Feb. Cyn? Karen, rhe car stalled! Californio 78 B.N.B.!! Much ro look back on and remember. To friends and family - just thanks, you ' re really great!! BYE. JOHN GANSS. Mobil 1,2,3,4; Well- fleer Master 1,2,3,4; Ski Club 3,4; Quebec 79, also ' 80. Racing down Ste. Anne ro Miller Time. Rack lifting with CG, rhe hand in rhe marress. Tumblin ' rhe dice in Wellfleer harbor with SB, DG, KR, KG, SB, and whoever else climbed aboard. Grear Island sun run. More in ' 80, huh Keirh? Talk ro BC about ir! He ' ll go for ir. Fender- work on rhe eternal fender. 60 Chevy, you can do ir! Gorra run. Good Luck all. I leave wirh many a fond memories, really. THERESE PAGET. Tep, Tessy, Soccer 2,3; Tennis 1,2,4; Secrerarr 2 ; Senare 3,4; " D- Y US " , " Desperaro”, Url, Always laugh¬ ing, skiing fiascos wirh DD — Ocrober 29 (rhanksAI) Many RED ROSE, sruffed ani¬ mals, DAVID more good rimes rhan I could mention - please don ' t ever change. Proms 78, 79. MT, no more HP! " Yipah " SUMMER!! Laughing firs W?Lw, DR - Nouser - Soccer - 293, Back Room. Tic ker Scoping!! KC ' s. Where ' s rhe bucket? ' ' Hockey gomes (Warer- rown)!) LK, you she- o-ne-o-oido! " T ' m so embarrassed! " Many special friends - TT, KR, GE, MT, LK, DR, LW, DR, TP - rhanks for good rimes! " Thank you Mom, Dad G family. Bye Nauser! Compliments of COVE REALITY, Orleans. Compliments of BESSOMS ' COUNTRY STORE, E. Orleans. 146 THOMAS SCHEINLER. Tucker, Tom. Scu¬ ba diving, Florida rrips my sorra Impala . . . Friday mornings ar Friendly ' s w TZ and Wk. Rake ir Mrs. DM Death race 2000 with Jeff. " Quiet " Parties in Easrham. Busch, Mich, Bub, Wild Irish Rose. " No way, why should I do it? I ' m never gonna use it after I get out of high school anyway!! " Good rimes w GR, KV, TZ, WK, AL, KL, JD, and alot of good times w DB, in N, J, Thanks Andy for doing this! DANNY MC ENANEY. Nauset is 1, 3, 4; Soccer 11, 12; Basketball 11, Bishop Feehan High School. Football you get 9, 10. Erin you luck. CR you messed ir up. KS, CS, AS, thanks for being there don ' t know what I would do with our you. Buick Skylark. No¬ vember 17, 1979. Beat rime of my life so far. I did ' nr forger about you Kim thanks for making me so happy,, never so happy. ERNIE PAQUETTE. Ernesto, Squirm- dagger, Nugent. Surfing 1 - 4 ; Girls 1 - 4; Varsity Woodsman 1 - 4; Ski Club 2, 4. HATTRAS, Surfin ' , Skiin ' , Skatin ' , and Partyin- with JR, the best friend I could ever have. Anne too! The outrageous sum¬ mer of ' 78, Mother of Pearl, Pray for snow, THE VAN, Laura, thank you so much, Go for it Minnow! " Ay der boy, Gotta bone? Thanks Mrs. Longo and Mr. Gray. I, Kid Beyondo, leave N.R.H.S. headed for California, Waves and Poon- tang. BRIAN TILTON. Red Bar¬ ron. Activities: Wrestling 2, 3, 4 ; Elecrrnics, auto and metal shop. Favorite Courses: Hym and 1:45 p.m. weekdays, Mr. Smith, Mr. Killam, Mr. Brown, Mr. Collins, Mr. Brookshire. My favorare staff: All the Janitorial staff and Guidance Staff. I will leave Nauset my memo¬ ries of me and my sweaty Gym Stuff. The Trail of the Knave Of Hearts The suspect . . . " Dylan Charles . . . the story opened with the bloke alone, then came the four. Looking. The saw - 7 nires of cider w DH, CP, EY, AW, KC, MS, and the Dale. Deutschland Uber Alles was heard in passing. Subliminal suggestion at Nauset. Clash city rockers ar CP ' s - We rule OK! times change, he cried a human race lost through this wanted world pass; I will not be many I have looked in the past! " GUILTY. Best of luck to the graduating Class of 1980 LAND HO Rr. 6 Orleans. Best Wishes to the Class of 1980 THE CLOTHES WORKS 31 Main Street Orleans MICHAEL SEAN SULLIVAN. Dorn: North¬ ampton, M A. Domicile: Brewster. Height: 5 ' 10, Weight 151lbs. Hair Color: dirty blond. Nauser — neophyte: auto mechanics, jagmeisrer, keg party, blow dry, spike heals, Holland, clog., origiona- liry: Auswurf, stage direction, rhesbians.: In the beginning God created the heav¬ en and the earth. — Then the whining school - boy, with his satchel and the morning shining face, creeping like, snails, Unwilling to school . . . Our let us keep our garden planted. ARLYN ELISSA WHITELAW. Activities: Drama 1 - 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Trivia: dance forever, travel, school trips, England, Holland, Italy, Spain, Mexi¬ co (?), Larin 3, (J.O ' D. I owe you one!), Movies, musicals, sewing. Good luck to TC, AL, EY, KC, TG, AC, and others. Favorite sayings: " This is Grrrear! " " Don ' t tell me these things! " TONI GONYER. Nickname. Tone Act: Gymnastic ' s 1, drama 2, 3; workstudy 4 ; RGL the image! Remember the w ' s, then forger. R.l. here we come! A.D. who will ask? camping, sking, skating. " I " , special talks, park, " r " rears gone? hang it! . . . knowing the YG, TC, DR, RA, how can we ever forger CS. My motto: " let the post stay where it is, let the future rake me there " ELIZABETH M. HOWES. Bess . . . Trivia: The Cougar . . . good friends, J.E.W ' s talent for b.s. . . . A.J. the starves . . . K.R.T. . . . " Monty " , " Juan " many four footed friends . . . Barn ' s " trims " . . . M.H. the T - bird . . . Santoro Brother Vegarable . . . Summer of 79 w " Al " " cousin " AF (OH NOOOOH) . . . Rhode Island w AW . . . " Space " ... MR JR, P - Town!! (K R) . . . " we had something to learn, now it ' s rime for the wheel to turn. Grains of sand, one by one, before you know, it ' s all gone . . . " TR Richardo Syvanen. " It ' s about get¬ ting off your and seeing what a place this is and what a jam place it could be. " " If you can do it you don ' t need to say it. " " You can ' t make something right unless you know it ' s wrong. " 100 punks: Gregg, Dylan, Drew, Davo, Kev Bators, Mr, Mike, Chris, Cojers, Pe- pira y Belira (thanks for the help gals). Chuko, Kathy, Eileen, and various others. 99% of the popula¬ tion of today ' s world are losers . . . Are you?? GEOFFREY RICHARDS. Activities: Yearbook 1 - 4; drama 4. Trivia: My thanks to CP, CP, MR, HM, DM, ETC. ETC. Special thanks to MV for totally messing me up. YAHOO lives on! Also thanks to my teach¬ ers for putting up with me for four years. As I say goodbye to Nau¬ ser, I hope that I will wake up to reality before it ' s too late. Zenn, Continentals, and Canon. Shut up Cindy. WENDY WILEY. Nicknames Gwem, Wendell. Acrivies: Chorus 1 - 4 ; F,B.L.A. 3, 4 ; Pit and parking lor with MH, CC, DC; walking the beach with JF. Mrs. K., gum with KS, BW, having fun, bye TP, TS, JL, AB, LB, and Nauser. Favorite sayings: " When ' s JP working, " " Meanwhile back at the funny farm, Grandma ' s bearing off Indi¬ ans, bur they keep a cornin ' an a cornin ' . " I leave with best memo¬ ries, knowing good rimes and many good friends. SCOTT DOANE. Doana, Bruce, 445. Basketball 1 ; Draggin 1 - 4; Running Ed¬ ward off the road; cruising around in the Rambler,- Doin up Bleach at Nauser,- Smoke show with Mrs. M; Slave work at the Manor. I leave one red and white Rambler to the first seventeen - hun¬ dred. STEVE DUBOIS. Dumbois, Dube. Soccer 1 - 4 Basketball? maybe next year. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Surf¬ ing, warersking. Nauser Beach, Al¬ lards Barn 78 ' , 79 ' , 80 ' , - forever parrying with Coony, AL, TH, PMc, MR, KK, etc . . . Conney ' s mansion - good parry Christen 79 ' , Dan ' s house, Champagne Jam!! AL give up on DR let ' s go to Dennis. Good luck Tracy and you can do it Paul. Have fun thanks to all who helped. JAMES L. BOTSFORD. Jim, J.B., Dors. Activities: Track 1 - 4 ; Basket¬ ball 4 ; Wallsirring 1 - 4 ; Jaggin with Rocko, Fiend, Miles, Alias Ted, Max, Jack. " Hey, Ace " R.B., " Slow " , DM, TM, CG, SB, " Minor " . H.P.D. Slick comes alive; " Fanpeo- ple with Miles. " Pamster " NYC with C.M. 7 79. " Wheera - Woo, " Hey Bud " , Chuckhumph. Gal- laxy Gallopin ' . Prom - A - Rama I thank my friends and my parents. Now I must GET OUT We ' re outa here. LATROX NAUSET Compliments of JAMES TRAINOR ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE Route 28, Orleans 147 MODw WOL Y cieNr —1 iar ari. FiftSt Aid 5qfe rfstnitM t)Wvir s Jlgetd-ex SXA irTIJl? A J0 UStHOO BOOK 1 r THE CLASS OF 1980 LMEkTqT CIVIC 5 rTO? rA cUrniatfjf jsrrjssr: LATIN osr of us who will receive o diploma rhis June have been hanging around rhis prerry nice scbool ' for ttl£ 6 ' ears. We ' ve grown up and matured a lor. Now is rhe rime for us ro find and achieve our cioalsJa, or 5:30 in rhe morning and catching rhe bus when ir was pitch dark our and rhen finally wakirg qpvpnpe third period when your history teacher hands you on essay test, was only part of our fcnt QH$ay. also the unforgettable memories of earing lunch in our bright orange cafeteria and asking your triei ii .fbf lunch and once told always being disappointed unless poizza and peanut butter bars were onTf dnd gym were always rhe best classes; rhe rime seemed to fly. For 45 minutes the body rook e nd. Who con study when a friend is sitting across the table reading rhe latest issue of y ' jngMbr filling you in on what happened over rhe weekend? ., hool years starred with skateboards and ended with rollerskates; we watched Animal Houj yies and Saturday Night Live weekly on rhe T.V.; we visited England, Spain, Germany, Mexico, aadi cure our future, we combed rhe country ro find the right College or University to attend — ‘ Steve Martin, listened ro rhe Eagles, rhe Grateful Dead, Billy Joel, and need I remind you jjors. we all become Seniors we sow each other differently and realized that each of us was older pnd jet sense of respect for our fellow 1980 graduates ro be. I commemorate our chefs at rhe (poke sJ] ke dinner, cheer those slick talking sellers of rhe oranges and grapefruits, thank the addicted cgnfh congratulate those tasteful people who voted for our class ro graduate in rhe school colors ‘ ' 9 ou..iq v _ old!! to ur Nikes ore worn our and rhe lost grades ore in, and our yearbooks are signed from end vq to leave and soy our good byes ro Nauser hopefully with our diplomas in hand! » j - - Mod CRN HISTORY oftaftT si nec ..It+tm " f m. t m b u ' 4 - L » »«« w - 04 | f- ' A c tat. Aar. AfttAdA ■iREAT rr An-fK-T WPpI Il-ATIN u . njft. UVl HEftint, ' Wamner ' s Encash Srcvwimeir -L. iCovnposiTton THE RANDO HOUSE OicTlON nry CfrHEHMN t ' 6 f M Jj0 vjf m. 150 Dy rhe sea, Dy rhe sea, Dy rhe beauriful sea . . rr-- ' — ' r... M ' » ' ■ ' ■ . -• ' £! ( « mn§C3S« S Jgfbtw ■ - Row 1: Cooch Jack Donahue, S. Dubois, A. Youngren, C. Berro, J. McCully, R. Fancy, D. Charles, D. Machie, D. Syvanen, T. Higgins, J. Lawless. Row 2: S. Nevin, P. Lajoie J. McCully, C. Walsh, P. McCully, M. Donahue, C. Thomas, J. Bozie, K Sullivan, C. Ellassar, Manager Bob Andrews. m ■ SSSSSa $iSs 1-VPXt: Captains - John McCully and Ron Fancy. Seniors - Row 1 S. Dubois, A. Youngren, R. Fancy, D. McEnaney, T. Higgins. Row 2: J. McCully, C. Berro, D. Charles, D. Syvanen. Nouser Vi ' t pP” 0T’ 2 0 Falmourh 8 1 Harwich 3 0 Charham 10 2 Marrhas Vineyard 12 0 Provincerown 3 1 Sandwich 7 1 Tech 5 0 Harwich 7 2 Mass. Maririme 4 2 3 1 Charham 7 0 Provincerown 11 0 Marrhas Vineyard 2 2 Sandwich 8 1 Tech 7 2 C.C.C.C. 5 0 Upper Cape 3 0 Dover 6 0 Bridgewares ITayn- ham League 11-0-1 Overall 18-0-1 153 ■ mss 4 s ■ ,, ii t G Nouser 1 0 2 1 1 2 2 0 0 1 2 3 1 1 3 0 1 3 2 1 2 0 2 4 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 Masconomer Marlboro Masconomer Abingron Rockland Dridgewarer Duxbury Norwell E. Dridgewarer Rockland Abingron Dridgewarer Duxbury Norwell Sciruare E. Dridgewarer Sciruare Row 1: J. Hawkes, D. Nickerson, L. Griffin, C. Dick, C. Knowles, S. Young, L. VanNorman, Row 2: Coach Dob Rice, A. Lohan, H. Housron, C. Adams, M. Tarraglia, E. Rahko, L. Newcomb, L. Daskin, J. Newcomb, Assisranr Coach Don Kuhnerr. Caprains - Janer Newcomb, Eija Rahko, Jane New¬ comb. 154 Soccer Cheerleaders Row 1: L. LaPiana, T. Pager, Row 2. C. Moore, A. Whelon, M. Cordeiro, C. Malone, D. Harris, L. Winnegrin, E. Younce, Row 3 D. Ronan, A. Klimshuk, J Flemming. Hockey Cheerleaders Basketball Cheerleaders Row 1: A. Whirelaw, L. VanNorman, A. Gonzales, Row 2: E. Yonce, L Winnegrin, M Loranger, Row 3: C. Malone, L LaPiana, D, Dierrick, A Whelan. Row 1: T. Palm, C. Chipman, D. Ronan, L Leire. Row 2 L Kiele, K. Klimshuk, M. Kroll, M. Cordeiro, D. Henry. 1 Cross Country Team Cross Country Team: Row 1 J. V alorz (Coach), L, Thompson, M. Massey, T. Davis, A, Drown, Row 2: M, Farrell, D. Thompson, C. Shipman, A. Houk, R. Long, R. Farrell, A. Mills, Row 0: C. Thompson, T. Duhler, C. Blackwell, R. Perkins, H. Pearl, J O ' Neil, S. Avellor, Missing: P. Dick, S. Griffith 1 j LVJh Vi ■ «r 1 r? m Captains: Heidi Pearl, Jean O ' Neil Overall Scores: Doys 4-7-1 Girls 4-2-0 Girls Gymnastics Floor H. Houk, P Nickerson, C. Anderson, Row 1 Miss Chako (cooch), M. Dickson, H Chipman, D, Derry, D. Ronan, K Doone, Row 2 J Fleming, L. Fulcher, H Pearl, K Beswick. Varsity Field Hockey Row 1: D. Infield, K. Mead, M. Thomas, R. Harwood, J. Maker, L. Darrlerr, E. Sandbloom. Row 2: Coach Darbara Chako, H. Chipman, A. Gonzalas, M. Loranger, L. Turnbull, G. Doundy, J. Maker, M. Arsenaulr, M. Carey, L. Carey. Nauser 1 7 Falmourh 1 3 Charham 1 0 Tech 3 1 Provincerown 3 2 Harwich 0 0 Nanrucker 0 0 M a r r h c 1 Vineyard 0 2 Charham 2 1 Tech 4 0 Sandwich 0 2 Sandwich 5 1 Provincerown 0 2 Harwich 0 0 Nanrucker 0 1 M a r r h a Vineyard Overall 6 -7-2 J JK- Caprains - Jenny Maker, Miss Chako, Missy Thom¬ as. Row 1: John McCully, Caprain. Row 2-. Trainer T. Miller, Assr. Coach J. Packerr, Coach Leo Miller, Assr. Coach D. Masrerson, Mgr. D. La- Dranche. Row 3: Assr. Mgr. C. Nick¬ erson, A. Youngren, M. Osgood, A. Hayes, J. O ' Neil, P. McCully, D. Tor- man, D. Doundy, J. Borsford, M. Walsh, C. Thompson, C. Walsh, E. Benz, R. Chipman, Good Luck ro rhe Class of 1980 Complimenrs of Elaine Demerri GIGI ' S SHOE REPAIR 158 Roure 6, N. Easrham Orleans Seniors: K. Mead, T. Davis and J Newcomb. GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL Row 1: L. Baskin, S. Young, C. Dick, C. Knowles, Row 2: J. Howkes, M. Don Khunerr, C. Moore, J. Maker, K. Richie, J Newcomb, T Davis, T. Berro, K. Mead, Mr. Paul Whire. Ice Hockey Row 1: Coach Jack Donahue, 5. Nevin, S. Anrhony, C. Berro, J. Morron, R. Fancy, G. Granr, S. Emond, ROw 2: L. Avery, E. Wilson, M. Leckey, M. Hemmings, J. Hemmings, J. Lawless, M. Donahue, G. Voughn, B. Beaulieu, S. Wyerh, J. Zarrairian, B. Andrews. 160 Girls J.V. Soccer Row 1: K. Nevin, T. Deale, P Mirchell, C. Richie, K. Polmirer, V.J. Clark, L. Felr, K. Abel. Row 2: M Crary, M. Avellor, M. Killian, P, Lomperri, J. Srevens, S. Glohn, M, Emmonds, Coach Don Khunerr. Varsiry D Soccer Row 1. S. Nevin, D. Verfoille, P. Lojoie, P LoDronche, D. Winslow, C. Thomas. Row 2: C. Walsh, T. Schwinn, C. Galazzi, D. Mead, M. Osgood, D. Christopher, L. Smirh, Coach Kim Shea. Boys J.V. Soccer Row 1: S. Kalinick, T. O ' Brien, D. Verfaille, P. LaBranche, D. Christopher, D. Mills, Row 2: E Crary, D. Adams, S. Branco, L. Smirh, M. Osgood, C. Gallazzi, C. Wells, B. Wins¬ low, T. Schwinn. 161 Girls J.V. Basketball Row 1: T. Deole, M Dyer, D. Nickerson, L. Griffin, H Torleron, Row 2: Coach Don Khunerr, C. Warren, S. Hannon, A. Daly, G. Boundy, K Poimirer, L. Telloch, L. Ma¬ lone, l! ' Boys J.V. Basketball. Row 1: Coach Jim Pockerr. Row 2: P. Lojoie, C. Wells, S. Norrh, L. Smirh, J. McCully, T. Schwinn, D. Smirh, H Shepard, S. Dobson, D. Vaurrinor, D, Thompson, C. Ellsaser. J.V. Field Hockey Row 1: M. Galozzi, M. Lemos, C. Chip- man, 3. Aiken, L. Barrlerr. Row 2: 3. Mil- lerre, L. Key, K. Beswick, A. Daley, M. Paine, R. Rogers Wrestling Row I S. MacDonald, S. Doyle, T. MacDonald. Row 2: 3. Tilron, C. Erring, J. Karen, M. McParr- land, G. Koiser Freshmen Doys Soccer Row 1: N. Reney’, 3. Doulerice, D. Norrh, C. Menrzer, E. Bengsten, J. Zarrarian, A. Marro, M. O ' Neil. Row 2: Managers: L. Malone, G M. Srevens, 3. Eager, M. Schmirr, M. Hughes, J. Brown, J. Rirchie, P. LaBranche, C. Charles, T. Doyle Compliments of EARLY ATTIC BOUTIQUE Main Street, Orleans. Best Wishes to the Class of 1980 BRIER ELECTRIC Quanser Rd., S. Orleans, Ma, 02662 163


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