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

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NAUSET TIDES 1981 NAUSET TIDES 1981 NAUSET Tl fr o c. v Co D i t a i (2e 0OJ2 _ 30809000203529 v £. CM0157 3 ,kh wrr ; vw « -sr NAUSET REGIO NAL HIGH SCHOOL NORTH EASTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS NAUSET TIDES EMERGENCY DOOR rr i il I R H f ■V... ' v ■■ ' ■■ : ,iv • • 4 a w. ■ SEASONS WE ' VE HAD OUR LAUGHS, WE ' VE HAD OUR PRAISE WE ' VE HAD OUR YEARS OF WONDROUS DAYS, BUT EVERY SEASON HAS ITS END SO IT IS NOW GOOD-BYE, OLD FRIENDS. WE SAY FAREWELL, WE GO OUR WAYS, AND TAKE WITH US THESE PRECIOUS DAYS. TOO MANY GAMES, TOO MANY TEARS, WE NEVER CAN FORGET THESE YEARS. WE’VE HAD OUR FUN, WE’VE SAILED OUR SEAS, WE HAVE OUR YEARS OF MEMORIES, AND NOW WE TRAVEL OUT TO REACH SOME NEAR OR DISTANT FUTURE BEACH. John Gray education §$ TO MRS. DIANE CAMPBELL AND MR. ROBERT MILBIER FOR THEIR NEVER-ENDING DEVO¬ TION AND HELP THROUGH-OUT OUR FOUR YEARS AT NAUSET. WE, THE CLASS OF 1981, OFFER OUR GREATEST APPRECIATION AND THANKS. TH . CJUlss of l 38 18 ' yWtfPftltv ' • ' 1 ' .v ' .,x V ' .: Maryellen Arsenault Scott Anthony Christine Adams David Adams Christine Andersen Robert Andrews Robin Allison .. ’ v.- ; v Mary Avellar Heidi Badger Marcey Bassett Dan Baker Thomas Beaton Cheryl Ayer | ■ j i4 Alexandra Beswick Mark Bettencourt Martha Beattie Edward Benz a Michael Layton Bruce Beaulieu Debra Bedford W 1 ' , I. ■ ' L- T J Mark Burnham Sean Caswell Jack Buzia John Cameron Barbara Cavallini Royal Condit Leona Carey • ' .v; ; -• Louis Csoky Karen Dessauer Hilarie Crossman Paul Daley Charles Connors Mary Lou Corderio Michael Donahue Laura Dupee Ralph Earle Mary Emmons 26 Debbie Fleming Jorie Fleming Jean Gessford Alexandra Ford Lee Gallagher Charlotte Gilmore Andrea Gonsalves Guy Grant Suzanna Gray Mark Griffin Lisa Hall Melissa Hatch Jennifer Hawkes 29 Jane Hersey Joe Hemmings ■ Jennifer Higgins Richard Hazen Laura Heyd ’ • •• ' v.v.Vv. Jensen Daniela Infield Wendy Hughes Holly Houk Barbara Jordan Claire Knowles Jay Jorgensen Michael Kane Dorothea Kerry Stephen Kalinick Michele Killian Don Kochka Sam Kotis Duncan Kuhn John Lawless Martha Kroll David Labranche Mark Leckey 33 Annemarie Lohan Juanita Long Margaret Loranger Andrea Lunden Scott MacDonald Mark Manta Margaret Martin Duane Mead Terrance Miller Patricia Millin Alfred Mills 35 Peter McCully Thomas McLuckie Rosemary Murphy Michael Nagle Carol Moore Carol Mitchell Cathy Murphy Janet Mitchell 36 Eric Nagy Darryle Nickerson Sean Nevin David Nowicki Mark Osgood Joanne Paine 37 Shery Proia Lloyd Pickard Wendy Pugsley Glenn Perron Jimmy Quinn Phil Painter Kevin Perry 38 Catherine Roberts Laura Richardson Anne Rioux Julie Rabbitt Beth Robinson Deirdre Robinson ' N ii William Reynolds Melanie Roderick Lisa Rotti Stephen Savonen John Scharlacken Paul Sears 40 Jamie Sheerin Jill Sherman Nancy Swensen Beth Sylver 41 $! . -t: •? ’ ' W r U; y: Marie Tartaglia Lisa Thompson Jonathan Tubman Linda Tenbroeck Kenneth Thomas Anne Thompson Craig Trembley • ' vj w-j . «: w. 1 ,?.ufMfJt ? X v -0 . • ‘ " • V.Vv.»-Vv; Clyde Walsh Simeon Watson Peter Vogt Lynn Van Norman f ' ' ' K Lori Walker Mark Walsh ’ ■ t u«r i Heather White William Whitten Mathew McPartland Ann Whelan Scott Wildman Susan Young NICEST EYES: LYNN VAN NORMAN JOE HEMMINGS SENIOR SUPERLATIVES BEST DRESSED: JAMIE SHEERIN PETER JENSEN CLASS CLOWN: DANIELLA INFIELD DAVID LABRANCH BEST LOOKING: ANN WHELAN MIKE DONAHUE 45 8SE FRIENDLIEST: ANN LOHAN MARK GRIFFIN CUTEST: ANN FIERO SCOTT EMOND INDIVIDUALIST: JULIE HAMILTON CHARLIE SMITH Mr? SHORTEST TALLEST: DEE TRAUTZ PETER McCULLY BEST ALL-ROUND: LAUREN BASKIN ED BENZ MOST TALKATIVE: LISA ROTTI K.C. THOMAS MOST STUDIOUS: LEXA FORD SHORTEST TALLEST: ANN THOMPSON SCOTT EMOND MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: MOST ATHLETIC: MARY ELLEN ARSENAULT STASIA YOUNG JEFF HOGAN PETER MCCULLY 47 MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT: CAREY DICK BOB ANDREWS MOST TALENTED: AMY FADELY RALPH EARLE CLASS PEST: ROYALE CONDIT MARK WALSH OTHER SUPERLATIVES: CLASS FLIRTS: KAREN SHIPMAN SCOTT MCDONALD MOST ARTISTIC: HILARIE CROSMAN KEVIN PERRY MOST STUDIOUS: DUNCAN KUHN NICEST SMILE: MARYLOU CORDEIRO PHIL PAINTER 48 Vincent Bresnahan Evelyn Anderson Frank Daly Priscilla Tomlinson Alan Brown Nick Muto 50 Diane Quayat .,% j j I .4 Virginia Nelson Suzanne Moulton Frances Hefner Wiatrowski ' A Audrey Larson Breene Wright 51 y :• Frances Bishop Joyce Macdonald Andrew Kalinick James Scanlon Jill Gaitenby John Randall mu Vi Mu . m «, T VT$V!fSj- Kathryn Carey Patricia Sager a ■ . y Leo Miller Fred Malcomb Best of Luck to the Graduating Class of 1981 LAND HO - Rte. 6A, Orleans Best Wishes to the Class of 1981 BAKUS SOULE JEWLERS Main St., Orleans i : I , 5 | m A- i rr ;v;: ■ , Robin Walker Compliments of HYANNIS JEWELRY SHOP Orleans and Hyannis Best of Luck to the Class of 1981 Le Gourmet - Orleans John Rivers Donna Demetri Donald Bakker Virginia Emerson Frank Hutchings Robert Rice Diane Campbell Donald Campbell Nancy Lanning William McCaskie vixm Mary Murphy Robert Milbier Shirley Longo John Gray Nancy Bradley Heinrich Sirucek Barbara Schoenbaum 57 Stuart Finlay James Owens Eleanor Meldahl Stanley Smith m Frank James Mariellen Fuller 58 Susan Milsky Richard Brown Good Luck in the future PARADISE FRUIT AND PRODUCE Orleans Kenelm Collins k -V A C jt J " Edward Brookshire ... ' iAWMi • XT; Joseph Walorz Cheryl Belanger Donna Ferry Joane Howe Frank Killam Robert Wilkinson • « Vv Joyce Roche David A. Gates Herbert F. Pettengill Paul T. Chamberlin John Ryan David W. Gessford John Donahue Edward O’Brian Lise Hembrough Barbara Chako Margar Erickson Paul White Lunch Bunch " Congratulation To The Persistant Group of ’81. " Focalpoint Studio Post Office Sq, Orleans. 63 •H Beth Aiken Robert Averbuck Mary Avery Thomas Babbitt Darryl Balian Lisa Bartlett Diane Deaulieu Kate Beswick Christopher Blackwell Dawn Bodamer Franco Bonfini Duane Boucher Virginia Boundy Scott Branco Pamela Brogi Kelly-Jo Bronsdon Amy Brown Lauralee Brown Todd Bunzick Chris Carboni Andrea Carleton William Caron Best Wishes to the Class of 1981 LIVINGSTONS’ PHARMACY Orleans Arthur Cestaro Dean Christopher Peter Clark Kevin Clayton Edwin Crary Sheila Crosby Jennifer Crossman Heather Cullum Gino Furlano Nancy Gasco Linda Gaspar Edward Gombos Gregory Hall Robin Harwood John Hayes Matthew Hempel Donna Henry Colby Hildreth Adam Houk Hayley Houston Sue Hughes Steve Hurd James Darling Stephanie Dauphinee Michael DiLauro Kelly Doon Lisa Dorval Paul Dubois Heidi Dwyer Chris Ellasser Judy Filliman Andrew Forman Mary Jo Franzago Laurie Fulcher David Ingram Holly Jamison Andy Jones Joseph Karem Smooth Sailing and Fun to the Class of ’81 BRIER ELECTRIC, INC. South Orleans, MA 02662 Eileen Krug Peter LaJoie Sandra Langlais Leslie LaPiana Louise Largey Maria Lawless Paul Leonard Kathy Long Jackie Maker Melissa Massey Tom Mazarella Jimmy McCully Peter McCutchen Michael McEnaney Alex McGinley Kevin McNutt Dorian Mead Good l uck to the Class of 1981 PURITAN CLOTHING CO. Orleans Shopping Plaza, Orleans Beth Millette Beth Milliken David Mills Scott Murdock Bethany Nickerson Pandora Nickerson John north Todd O’Brien Liz Ohmann Jeanne O’Neil Natalie Oswalt Charles Ozon Dan Ozon Tracy Palm Kristin Palmiter Michael Parent Carol Parlante Karen Peluso Stephanie Penn Richard Perkins Suzanne Peters Sarah Pike David Polutchko Russell Price Anna Putnam Thomas Quinn Katy Radlhammer Tyrone Richarson Carrie Ritchie Doreen Ronan Ken Rose Jonathan Russell Laurie Ryan Ellen Sandblom Michael Santos Tom Schwinn Steve Scrivani Geoff Shenk Buffy Smith Dale Smith David Smith Dell Smith Larry Smith May All of You Find Your Own Oracle P. J. DOUBERLY’S Main Street, Orleans, MA 255-6950 69 Melanie Smith Joanna Stevens Patricia Stevens Eric Stewart Walter Stratton Lisa Stubbs Daniel Thompson Steve Tilton Laurie Tulloch Libby Turnbull Amy Tyldsley Derek Vautinot Doug Velie Darryl Verfaillie Beverly Ware Kassie Warren John Watkins Chris Wells Ian Whitelaw Mark Wiatrowski Eric Wilson . , W ' rVV- ' Bucky Winslow John Yonce Racheal Zweig r 1l f Tom Chartrand Cheryl Chipman Vera-Jean Clark Peter Coneau Caroline Connors Melinda Crary Erin Cunningham fob. 2 ' Lee Baker Lori Bartlett Tammy Beale Scott Beird Eric Bengston Sue Blauner Brendan Boulerice Timothy Bowman Tracey Branco Jenny Brown John Brown Stephen Brueckner Eric Bruinooge Daniel Burnham Jeff Cartier Jennifer Cathie Conrad Charles Heather Alberts Anthony Alves Edwin Andrews Sheila Avellar Leonard Avery Eugene Ayres Michael Hemmings Karen Henry Andrew Herold Kimberly Hogan Kathleen Daley Alexandra Daley Ronni Day Deanna Deitrich Brian Dillree Shannon Dobson Robin Gatto Susan Glahn Robin Glidden Karen Gogolinski Laurene Griffin Catherine Guyer Susan Hannon Christine Havener Glenn Hawthorne Owen Dodge Terrence Doyle Paul Dubois Tracy Dubois Eric Dupee Win Ecker Valerie Edler Timothy Ering Andrew Fettig Barbara Francke Claire Francke 72 Andrew Horne Mark Hughes Timothy Hughes Steve Huntley Sandra Jackson Virginia Jackson Odin Kaeseleau Amy Kalinick Lisa Kiele Sean Kilawee Karen Klimshuk Peter Knapman Peter LaBranch Laurene LaCasse Patricia Lamperti Inger Landers Jay Larson Mae-Ellen Layton Leslie Leite Geoffrey Lemos Marisa Lemos Sherri Long Kristin Lunden Putnam Macomber Pamela Maguire Cynthia Marino Reed Martin Augusto Marto Robert Mazzarese John McKean 73 r ' V ‘r ' :i T, - ' W 1 ■ - ,,»! • ; . v -,s Brian Perreault Karin Perry Jeff Pickard Kitt Raser Neil Reney Kevin Richardson Marianne Riordan James Ritchie Pamela Rogers Mike Russo Cheryl Santos Michael Schmidt Kathleen Schofield Chris Mentzer Joseph Miller Susan Minor Petra Mitchell John Murphy Sharon Murphy Kathleen Newton Peter Nichols Chris Norgeot Dennis North Stacey O’Brien Mark O’Neil Edward Oswalt Carol Paige Chris Pavigtionite Molly Payne Joe Perkins I I ? 1 Craig Shipman Lauria Smith John Stolnacke Frank Stubbs Laura Sullivan Sarah Brown Pamela Burnham Donald Carboni Thomas Cams Gina Cestaro Carol Chandler Melissa Chase Michael Chipman Mark Abbott Scott Adams Charles Aldred Cheryl Alves David Amerault Timothy Anderson Brian Beaulieu Kerri Beckman Lisa Bedford Eve Bergstrom Steve Bettencourt Scott Bodamer Ettore Bonfini David Bortnick Mart Boulerice Brett Branco Michael Arnold Timothy Austin Karen Ayer Robert Baker Brenda Barnes Sheila Bartels Compliments of THE GLASS EYE North Eastham, MA 02651 John Chisholm Julie Christopher Rita Clifford Jackie Cobb Monica Costa Kevin Crosby Melissa Dauphinee Shawn Dias Megan Doyle Kevin Eagar Amy Eldredge James Elliot Kimberly Ellasser Steven Enos Sarah Ering Joy Ferguson Donna Foley Charles Frazier Kristin Frazier Heidi Ganss Jenny Gibson Randall Gifford Compliments of DRAKE INSURANCE AGENCY N. Eastham, MA 02651 Amy Gill Brian Gilmore Traci Goldberg Mark Goodspeed Kelly Grady Dean Grant Elizabeth Greene Julie Griem 77 Kim Griffith Lisa HaD Douglas Hailett Janet Hamilton Samantha Ham,Item Mathew Hammatt Joan Harris Alison Hartwell Andrew Harwood Jane HawKes Ben am n Hem pel Cassandra Herold Theresa Herrick JacqLel ne Hcg3r El sa Hollister Sally Hoover Karen Horton DruciBo Howes Kathleen Hughes Lonnie Johnson Krist na Knight Denise KochKa Gregg Kotis Tom Krug Chris LaJoie John Largev Kerri Leckev Dara Lee Joseph LinneU Michael L c ev Congratulations and Best U ishes to the Class of h?$l THE ULLAGE GREEN GENERAL STORE Rte. c. Bracket Road. V Eastham of Christine Mackenzie Allison Magon Alyson Mahoney Gary Maintanis George Malone Gregg Manchester Blair Manuel Julie Marantz Maria Marcotte John Martin Kathy Mather Richard Mazzarese Stephen McCutchen Patricia McKean Tammy McLaughlin Courtney Mead Marlee Miller Lauren Monks Karen Morse Heather Murray Neal Nichols Becky Nickerson Thomas Nickerson Paul O’Neil Suzanne Paquette Robert Patrick Lillian Perreault Somoang Philavane John Pierce Kevin Pooler 79 Janai Quinn Grant Reineke Kenneth Reycroft Monica Royal Anne Ryan Michael Sabine Johanna Schneider Wayne Schuman Jeff Scott Christopher Scrivani Beth Seiser Scott Shepherd Jack Sherman Carol Shimkus Terry Silva Karyn Smith Kathleen Smith Lisa Smith Raina Stefani Patricia Stevens Dennis Still Kim Stoffell Sean Sullivan Andrew Sweet Christina Swidrak Robin Tanio Lisa Taylor Susanne Taylor Grant Thayer Leonard Thorton 80 Jerome Tilton Greg Tsouprake Sara Tubman Jenny Van Hoven Ben Vivante Todd Walker Gregory Walters Michelle Watkins Raymond Wherity Bevin Wilson Gwynne Wiatrowski Bruce Winslow David Yates Wendy Yeutter Jeff Zartarian Laymor Clark Cindy Garling Shirlee Hoffman Christopher Nickerson Eileen Shakour Camilla Valli MR. RANDALL’S CLASS F R E S H M A N S O P H O M O R E S MAKE UP PICTURES L. Antonez N. Carey J. Chase A. Richards A. Tasha K. Abel C Ayer W. Baker N. Blatchford A Brintinal C. Cope M. Farrow D. Giese L. Howard R Palmer G. Svanen J U L. Watts K. Ward R S S. Babson D. Darrell A. Ducharme M. Hayes L. Hitchcock M. Kirkoran R. Rosenburg H. Shepherd L. 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HBiK Go ahead Frank, I’m listening But, all she did was skip one Who left that on the field? You Betcha •vyflj- vwW 1 2 ' SEPTEMBER Smtwtfs f 7 2 7 s 1 H 15 Jb Zl ,22 23 28123 e OCTOBER S M T W T F 5 m 5 1 6 Hi 7 Ml 8 12 9 3 10 4 11 1 1 19, 2.4 13 20 27 14 U 2$ J5 22 29 b 23 30 17 24 IS 25 R mceaA ggyv J 4 5b 1 2 3 1 7 S 1 10 14 J1 1 b 17 7 23 fa 23 ,3C s JUNE SMTWTF 5 5 b U 12 13 18 14 20 2S - 26 Zl FE3F UAP Y i 1 2 If 3 T— " f 4 - 1 r 8 1 10 !( 12 15 lb n IS M 22 23 24 25 26J AW S M T W T F S v r W % 1 2 3 j 5 ' b 7 S 9 (0 11 a 13 14 15. lb 12 wl 12 10 20 17 Zl IS 22 29 23 30 2 3 4 23 14 II 18 MBEK W TJFS. W ji 5 b 7 b 12 13 H 15 w 70 2J 22 3! M r 2? A X 4 KCR LL 2 3 H jj 6 7 9 0 ii, 12 13 14 r 15 16 §1 9 20 Zl 22 23 26 27 28 24 .t — J 30 31 p »p f “2Sf ft 6 f t MQi— ' 8 2 3 4 7 9 10 U 13 14 15 lb 17 18 VACATION . ' ' • ■ ■- .MXWHitb ' !- HALLOWEEN DANEE TH ' JUS PAY OCltlBEH 30 7 00 - 10 00 ADMISSION $ 2 . 00 CM l k ' mmm STUDENT COUNCIL Front Row L to R: P. Jensen, L. Bartlett, M. Arsenault, A. Whelan, M. Gallazi, M. Paine, K. Able Second Row L to R: B. Aiken, L. Basken, A. Gonsolas, T. Branco, K. Beckman Third Row L to R: B. Branco, B. Andrews, M. Hempel, G. Wiatrowski, D. Christopher, R. Price, S. Dobson, S. Kalanick, L. Van Norman, E. Benz, C. Dick, C. Lajoie, T. O’Brian Front Row L to R: D. Kuhn, S. Baker, S. Kilawee, E. Nagy, D. Robinson, S. Dobson, E. Johnson, M. Miliken. Back Row: L. Gilmore, K. Beswick, B. Robinson, L. Carey, D. Balenoff, D. Trautz, L. Simmons, FI. Badger, J. Rivers, B. Smith, A. Forman, J. Flamelton, D. Kerry, B. Miliken, L. Van Norman, M. Arsenault, C. Anderson. 97 BAND ' i ' V;.•;v; Left to Right: M. Beattie, L. Dorval, B. Cavaliini, E. Nagy, D. Deitrich, T. Branco, K. Abel, D. Balian, B. Andrews. Left ro Right. First Row: M. Beattie, L. Dorval, S. O’Brien, B. Cavaliini, E. Nagy, D. Dei¬ trich, T. Branco, K. Abel, D. Balian, B. Andrews. Second Row: L. Kiele, J. Brown, D. Mills, R. Hazen, A. Mills, K. McNutt, T. Chartrand, M. Goss. Third Row: D. Beausee, Director Frank James, S. Han¬ non, Left to Right: J. Van Hoeven, K. Beckman, M. Chase, R. Ste- fant, K. Mortan, S. Bartel, R. Gifford, C. Scrivani, S. Pa¬ quette. MATH LEAGUE Left to right: J. Higgens, J. McKean, J. Scharlaken, E. Nagy, R. Price, P. Knapman, G. Boundy, S. Dauphinee, M. Franzago, C. Aldiade, D. Velie, G. Thayer, D. Kuhn AFS First row: J. Crossman, A. Thompson, K. Radlehammer, S. Peters Back row: M. Emmons, K. Sveinspotter, L. Thompson, C. Dick, Miss Shoembaum 99 91 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY First Row: T. O’Brien, Adviser Mr. Brezna han, J. Scharlacken, L. Dorval, L. Hitch¬ cock, D. Infield, C. Roberts, M. Arsenault, S Dauphinee, B. Aiken, R. Price. Second Row K. Rose, M. Hemple, S. Branco, D. Dorer, S Baker, J. McCully, M. Osgood, D. Kuhn, M Franzago, L. Ford, M. Burnham, R. Nagy, S Kotis, G. Hall, W. Stratton. Third Row: K Dessauer, P. Jensen, G. Boundy, T Schwinn, P. Clark, D. Velie, M. Goss, D Mead. K. Daley, C. Andersen, K. Olson, C. Mur¬ phy, N. Swensen. Adviser Donna Demetri M r, li 7y . fT, ■ ■ ' ' i J: -J I it i ' ' : f ’v ‘ % U V ’sfc.H.r . % t,. • ■ % v jBTt cy . af- P SggU tj. SENIOR SENATE First Row: M. Arsenault Second Row: P. Jensen, S. Young, L. Van- Norman, J. Hamilton, T. Berto, A. Whelan, L. Thompson, C. Adams JUNIOR SENATE First Row: M. Hemple, R. Price, D. Velie Back Row: B. Aiken, L. Hitchcock, H. Houston, S. Peters SOPHOMORE OFFICERS First Row: K. Gogolinski, R. Glid- den Second Row: C. Mead, A. Horn ' »■ ’ v III ' ! • ' I I l Ilf (ill i . . iti 1 f 102 SKI CLUB First Row: M. Arsenault, P. Millian, C. Adams, J. Sheerin, K. Dessaurer, C. Murphy, Adviser Fred Malcomb, P. Jensen,.L. Dorval, T. Glucksman. Second Row: S. Peters, K. Goga- linsky, H. H’uston, J. Maker, L. Bart¬ lett, E. Sandbloom, S. Grey, A. Zender, J. Marantz, L, Tulic, M. Avery. Third Row: M. Parent, C. Blackwell, M. McDonald, S. Watson, G. Nameless, K. McNutt. CHORUS First Row: J. Cathie, J. Hersey, S. Murphy, C. Marino, T. Herrick. Sec¬ ond Row: J. Quinn, J. Bodamer, R. Condit. Third Row: R. Hazen YEARBOOK First Row: A. Brier, L. Richardson, C. Murphy, J. Sheerin, M. Franzago, R. Zweig, B. Millette, D. Kuhn. Sec¬ ond Row: R. Walker, C. Andersen, J. Stevens, L. Bartlett, H. Dwyer, K. Newton, A. Beswick, B. Aiken, C. Adams, A. Brown, L. Bartlett, L. Felt, N. Oswalt. Third Row: L. Beusse, J. Sherman, D. Bodamer, H. White, J. Snow, R. Condit, J. Her- shey, B. Wayda, T. Beaton, T. McLuckie, S. Scrivani. Advisers: Katie Carey Robin Walker Compliments of Cape Cod Photos Main Street Orleans mxmmi CAST: ADVISER JEAN LAMPREY S. Dobson D. Balanoff L. Walker S. Dobson T. Cams K. Shipman B. Aiken A. Forman C. Lajoie A. Fadely S. McDonald FI. Chipman J. Younce A. Lohane R. Earle M. Miliken R. Zweig E. Krug J. Gibson S. Cockman R. Mazzarese M. Arsenault R. Condit R. Mazzarese Student Director Julie Flamilton M. Franzago Stage Director Paul Daley L. VanNorman R. Whitelaw Tech. Director I. Whitelaw K. Beswick A. Thompson L. Lopiana J. Watkins H. Badger C. Moore J. Marantz B. Andrews 106 107 i DRAMA NIGHT Hd ! no IN MEMORY OF JOHN PATRICK HAYES AUGUST, 1964 - DECEMBER 1980 The days will pass The good times, and the bad, will be gone. But we’ll remember the people The friends we did it all with Maybe they were the best. We’ll ever have. These memories we’ll live, to brighten our days. For our thoughts and our feelings Are with us to stay forever. -J.M.G.- i ' ll f ill!!! .Hi l BOYS VARSITY SOCCER Left to Right. First Row.- M. Bettencourt, S. Nevin, S. Anthony, D. LaBranch, T. Denison, M. Donahue, J. Lawless, P. McCully, M. Osgood, C. Thomas. Second Row: Coach Jack Donahue, D. Adams, P. Lajoie, M. O’Neil, D. Verfaille, L. Smith, D. Christopher, T. Schwin, P. McCutchings, J. Brown, C. Wells, C. Ellsasser, B. Winslow, E. Benz, S. Kalinick, C. Walsh, B. Andrews. Missing: J. McCully 112 JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER £ CANDIDS First Row: P. LaBranch, E. Bengston, C. Mentzer, J. Ritchie, E. Dupee, A. Marto, J. Hayden. Second Row: K Rose, R. Martin, E. Crary, S. Branco, M. McEnaney, C. Charles, B. Boulerice, T. Ering. 113 SOCCER CHEERLEADERS First Row.- L. Sullivan, D. Ronan, M. Cordeiro, D. Dietrich, K. Racer. Sec¬ ond Row: D. Flarris, M. Massey, K. Klimshuk, K. Shipman. Third Row: H. Chipman, J. Fleming. Top: S. O’Brien. FRESHMEN BOVS SOCCER First Row: G. Malone, D. Yates, C. Csoky, J. Largey, A. Harwood, C. Lajoie, M. Goodspeed, P. O’Neil, B. Branco, S. McCutchen. Second Row: J. Sherman, J. Scott, B. Vivante, S. Philavane, M. Arnold, S. Bodammer, G. Rein- eke, J. Zartarian, J. Chisolm, M. Hammet, R. Mazzeresse, B. Beaulieu, B. Lyons (Coach). 114 Compliments of Nauset Sport Shop Orleans Plaza i H GIRLS VARSITY SOCCER Front Row left to right: A. Lo- han, M. Tartaglia, D. Lee, K. Abel, W. Yeutter, J. Hawkes, K. Palmiter Back Row: Coach Bob Rice -i-. Brown, L. Van- Norman,foung, L. Griffin, C. Dick, H. Houston, L. Baskin, C. Knowles, Asst. Coach Don Kuhnert ,III It 1(111 If VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY First Row: A. Gonsalves, B. Millette, R. Harwood, M. Gallazzi, L. Bartlett. Sec¬ ond Row: M. Crary, L. Bartlett, M. Lor- anger, L. Turnbull, S. Brown, L. Crary. Third Row: Manager: M. Franzago, D. Infield, J. Maker, G. Boundy, K. Bes- wick, E. Sandblom, Coach B. Chako. N. MV Ch Nan Sand Har MV CH PT Nan PT Har Sand VS: 0-2 0-1 2-0 0-1 0-6 1 - 4 3-5 0-2 2 - 1 3-3 0-4 1-7 116 i n i n 11 11 n 1 i, £ 7 r i 4 k ' f f itt JUNIOR VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY First Row: N. Cary, R. Zweig, K. Grady. Second Row: R. Clifford, L. Smith, S. Tubman, A. Eldredge, L. Hall. Third Row: C. Shimkus, P. Rogers, A. Ma¬ honey, K. Hughes, L. Monks, T. Gold¬ berg. JUNIOR VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER First Row: M. Royale, K. Mather, J. Hawkes, E. Bergstrom, K. Hogan. Sec¬ ond Row: M. Crary, K. Gogolinski, T. Beale, P. Stevens, W. Yeutter, K. Nev- in, A. Hartwell. Third Row: H. Alberts, A. Cunningham, C. Alves, C. McKen¬ zie, C. Knight, K. Abel, D. Lee, S. Pa¬ quette, C. Ritchie, L. Stubbs, L. Peur- ault, S. Hannon, Coach Don Kuhnert. 117 ICE HOCKEY CHEER¬ LEADERS First Row: P. Rogers, L. Leite, C. Chipman, L. Kiele, Second Row: D. Ronan, M. Lemos, K. Klimshuk, S. Blauner, L. Bartlett, K. Newton. BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS First Row: K. Beswick, S. O’Brien, M. Massey, J. Walorz, A. Ryan, M. Galazzi, J. Ferguson. Second Row: C. Blackwell, A. Richardson, K. Raser, B. Seiser, M. Cordeiro, M. Loranger, A. Gonsalves, Kevin Clayton. 118 CROSS COUNTRY First Row: K. Raycroft, S. Diaz, L. Baker, T. Krug, T. Eager. Second Row.- D. Mills, M. Manta, G. Villalobos, R. Perkins, M. Boulrice, G. Shipman, J. Karem, K. Sveinsdottir, G. Tsouprake. Third Row: Coach Joe Walorz, K. Griffith, T. Branco, C. Avener, C. Blackwell, T. Nickerson, S. Griffith, P. Dick, E. Wilson, L. Johnson, D. Balian. STATS: GIRLS: 0 - 2 BOYS: 5 - 5 VARSITY BASKETBALL Front Row left to right: Co-Captain E. Benz, Ass. Coach Robert Masterson, Coach Leo Miller, Asst Coach Kim Shea Co-Captain P. McCully Second Row left to right: C. Ellsaser, D. Verfalie, J. North, C. Walsh, T. Richardson, A. Hayes, J. McCully, M. Osgood, S. Breukner, Manager T. Miller, H. Shepherd, S. Dobson, L. Smith, P. La- joie, Asst Manager C. Nickerson. VARSITY First Row.- S. Young, T. Berto. Second Row: Manager J. Hawkes, S. Young, C. Knowles, J. Maker, C. Moore, G. Boundy, K. Palmiter, L. Tulloch, C. Ritchie, L. Griffin, B. Nickerson, Manager P. Stevens. Third Row: Coach Paul White, Asst. Coach Don Kuhnert. BASKETBALL Coach Paul White Co-Capts.: Tracy Berto Stasia Young 121 First Row left to right: Captain E. Dupee, Coach Robert Masterson Second Row: P. LaBranche, C. Mead, J. Ritchie, D. North, P. O’Neil, J. Brown, M. O’neil, A. Horne FRESHMAN BASKETBALL JV BASKETBALL Front Row: J. Sherman, A. Thorton, S. Bodamer, Coach Kim Shea Second Row: C. Lajoie, Co-Captain M. Arnold, J. Zar- tarian, Co-Captain M. Abbot, G. Malone, M. Goodspeed, G. Tsowprake, M. Chip- man, S. Shepherd, B. Branco, M, Bouler- ice, G. Reineke, J. Chisholm JUNIOR First Row: J. Quinn, T. Beale, S. Hannon, K. Mather, M. Royale. Second Row: K. Hughes, C. Alves, A. Hartwell, W. Yeutter, A. Daely, Managers: J. Hawkes, P. Stevens. Third Row: Coach Don Kuhnert. VARSITY BASKETBALL First Row: J. Harris, S. Pike. Second Row: S. Tubman, L. Hollister, J. Gibson, R. Stefani, H. Houk. Third Row: C. Shimkus, N. Cary, C. Ander¬ sen, P. McKean, L. Taylor, E. Bergtron. GYMNASTICS 123 ICE HOCKEY First Row: S. Emond, B. Beaulieau, G. Grant, J. Lawless, M. Donahue, J. Hemmings, M. Leckey, S. Anthony, S. Nevin. Second Row: Coach Jack Donahue, S. Hurd, D. Young, L. Avery, E. Wilson, M. Hemmings, G. Vaughn, A. Howard, D. Grant, Assistant Coach Bill Howard, Manager M. Russo. KENNETH, CASEY THOMAS: K.C. Friction-FeeFee Soccer I- 4 Basketball 1-2 F the 3-4 Dra¬ ma 2-4 Good Times With P.L.. . . Abuse them Breeders. " Sat¬ isfaction Guaranteed” Soccer 79 " The Best” 8 Surfing Summer of ’80 with C.E., J.N., P.D., S.M. Harsh Tokes with M.W., P.L. Bust at the park " Try somewhere else” ELLEN FOREVER Thanks Mom and Sonny for all the help " Love Ya” TONI MILLER: When I first came to Nauset, 1 didn’t know anyone, but now after two years I’ve come to know quite alot of people who have be¬ come my friends. People I’ve had fun partying with. Thanks Mom and Dad for caring so much and trying to help me. Terry D. (Baby) I hope you’ll be around for a long time. We’ve had some fun times and plenty more to come. I love you! MARK WALSH, WAISHY: Basketball I, 2, 3 Baseball 1-4 BROWN for us! Harsh toke. No need for NRHS unforgetable trips to Brown. $1.37 for unleaded! Let’s go wild! Summer of ’80. Good times for us. E.B., K.C., M.H., C.M., B.G., Lynne, Sudbury, W.K. 1st per chem. w K.C. Thanks a lot to both my parents for helping me through my past years at Nauset. PS Oh by the way. Dad, I blew the transmission on the Car! MELANIE RODERICK: " Mel” " yahoo!” " wicked” " let’s go gook out!” Summer ' 79 Best ever! with J.W., B.C., C.A. Special thanks to J.R., B.H. two of the best friends! We definitely have had our share of the good times with trips to P-town. A.A. you have been a very important part of my life. You have made the last two years worth it! ILy forever! All my love to my parents, Thanx for ever¬ ything. We outta here? BILL WHITTEN: Skiing in Quebec and V.T. with S.S. Dicing with P.N. and J.J. Remem¬ ber days after school upstairs with C.E. and D.N. Parties with K.H., J.J., J.C., P.J., S.S, P.S., C.E., K.P., S.N., and P.R. Baja’s in the 510, Greenhouse action, Officer Stevens and the new beach. Jimi Hendrix, Deep Purple, Thanks Nauset for all those good times (be¬ tween classes) Love Ya always K.H. KEVIN PERRY: Activi- ties-none with the school, Nicknames- Space Without a Trace, Captain. Best friends, S.M., O.K., E.W., E.E, D.D., tunes Hendrix, the Zeps, James Gang, Pink Floyd. Favorite things about school; before school, lunch, between classes and after shcool. Thanx Nauset for all the memories (I hope I get Amnesia). When I grow up I wanna be just like Zip¬ py the Pinhead. WENDY FRAZIO: Sunrise , 35 Hillsdale, MHS, E2I4, 21 Jones, WOHS and P.C., A.O., C.O., and Mrs. T’s " B”, Mr. Cs stairs. Science Expo with P .C.-Good Times: at Clover Ct., Winding Way, and Linsley Rd. Explorer Post 1981: Chiefs House and L.F., P.V., J.H., J.C., R.M., P.M., Road Ralley, Meetings, Party for L.F. and P.M, Casey Jones, Always Remember.- " Let Me Love You Tonight”, 21 2 hr. ph. c. to L.F., Letters, E2II, 2 Sea Mist, Sunset. SCOTT ANTHONY: Anthro, - Soccer 1-4, Baseball - 1-2 Sophomore year with T.L. and Doaker. Maddog Hock¬ ey. ’79 Soccer THE BEST! " What ever” Cruising with Bonzo in the Ballzy-JOHN- NYS?? - with MD., T.D., and E.B. - Kim forever-down to the beach with G.G JAMAI¬ CA - B.U. Bus rides and as¬ tro turf, injuries stink. 11- Good luck L.P., N.G. and the rest of that gang. " Hey everybody, keep in touch.” MICHAEL LAYTON: Yearbook 2, 3 guitar I, 2, 3, Piano I, 2, 3 Mexico 3 Y.E.P.Y. I want to thank all my great Bolivian families and friends. They made my year there really great and I’ll never forget them. Thanks also to the Orleans Rotary Club for giving me the chance to go. It was really an experience. Most of ail thanks to my terrific family who have never stopped giving me their love and support in everything I do. Yeah Miss Brunch, J.T., Miss Cocktail Never forget Mexico. I’ll see you guys this summer. 2 ' ) CHRISTINE LEE ANDERSON- Fish! Gymnastics 1-4, Captain 3. MEXICO 4 20 80! Trivia.- Writing poems, horseback riding, chasing after Mad Dog and MAINE!!! Carley Simon, April Vacation PARTYll V G juice! LR " Smokey the Bear. " Hey Boat, never forget our LOUD talks. Marcey, Janis, Cathy Katrina GOOD LUCK!! Laura R THANKS for your friendship!! NEVER let it die!! Mike, Terry Scotty, THANKSll Love ya! DS I’ll nev¬ er forget. Dad, Bernie and Re¬ gina I LOVE YOU!! Mom, I’ll always miss you. PAUL BORTNICK.- Remember Party¬ ing in the room with CE, JC, MK, DJ, BW, JJ. Spe¬ cial thanks to Nauset for the ups and downs VB and FD thanks for the special vacations you gave me. The Doors, Zep. Smith Joe stay on the track, you’ll nev¬ er catch me!! LAURA RICHARDSON: Bernie. Writing, Skiing. Fav sayings.- ' ' Forget it!” " With what my good looks?” " Did I ask?” MAINE!! " Hey Chris, don’t forget Maine, the waterfall, liverwart!! When you need us we’ll be there.” LIONS!! UNICORNS!! Forever!! Karen—basketball games!! April vacation ’78! Bruce— " Love Al¬ ways”. Gary— " I miss you”. Anthonys!! Jello!! Being locked up in the darkroom. " Hey Barb—we never did blow up the lab!!!” Terry M., Mike D., Anne R., Mom and Dad, " Thanks, I love you.” HEIDI BADGER: X-Country 1-2 Track 1-4 Drama 2, 4 ALG 3, 4 Fun and Games w Jenny: Thanks Mel¬ on, Full of Energy " Hurdles” Love to Act, Sing and be me! White Moun¬ tains w John and Gang Group Ad¬ venture, Mom and Dad; Your the greatest in everyway. " Wish I didn’t have to Grow-Up. But can’t wait!” Life is what you make it. Make Way World, Here I Come!... CHRIS ERICKSON: Riding my Bike, skiing, walking to the inlet at night, Macadamia Nuts, White Russians, GEORGE GRITZ- BACH and fruit cheese boards at the Sun. Holualoa, HAWAII!!!.. . Old Saybrook and Lyme . . . Nantucket... New Hampshire .. . Philadelphia.Thanx to my family and friends, especially Hi- larie, for making these years much better. PAUL DALEY: Dubba, Corny. Activities: Golf 1-3, Baseball 4, Drama 2, 4. Remember the PROM 79 with RH, JT. Drama with KC, RE, AF, and LW. The Wall with MB, ML, PP, TD, DL. Coach Wilky, Mrs. E. Thanks to Mom and Dad for putting up with me. HEY ANIMAL ... California, here we come. CHRIS JONES- " Willie” " Wil”, Jonseee, Baseball 1-4, sayings " Five in the sky”, " Scott why does it al¬ ways happen to us?” July 14 DK, Nauset SG Cruis¬ ing in the " carlo” and Soutmobile”. Belanger’s Geo class. " Diving with DK and SG. Summer with JM, TW, MO, Jaques. Scott remember MOLSON, JS, AND Pitt. Thanks Nauset, especially thanks to Mom and Dad, I never would have made it without you. Good luck brother and sister. SCOTT GRIFFITH: " Dallas”, HNIC” - Cross Country 2- 4, Co-Capt 4 Track 2-4 Tri- Capt 4, Good job Reagan! Cruising with C J, D K, MOLSON! Scout Mobile! (BH) " That’s what she says” " Hey Chris why does it al¬ ways happen to us?”. " Five in the Sky”. LM I’ll al¬ ways love ya. Run hard and fast lit- tle brother. Thanks Mom and Dad, I never would’ve made it with out you! I leave Nauset to the rest of the Griffith Clan, Take Care of them. DON DOCHKA: Koch, Frog. Activities: French I, 2, 4. Road trip to R.l. w SG, CJ. No-U turns, USS Massachusetts. 10-minutes from Brewster to Truro. Belangers Geo. class. HNIC Diving w SG, CJ. Friends: DA, AM, CJ, SG, KK, Friend. Summers w TP, Thanks to Mom and Dad who hope for my success. Nauset take care of my little sister. I leave Nauset with Many fond Memories. 127 TRACY BERTO: Traylee, BCrt, TB. Basketball I % Softball 2, H F w MLC . . . Are you sure you know the way? 1-4-3 forever. Just a pinch . . . Bologna sand¬ wiches. Good times w TD!!!lt wasn’t my fault, judge! Colada action W LB, EB. GOOD TRY WUSS!! N.H. w TS. Thanks for being special!! I hear you but I’m not listening!! Hawaii ’79. How I wish you were here! And a spe¬ cial thanks to you Dad!!! ■ MARGARET CARROLL: Margarita, Marg, Margie. Sunrises and sunsets; the beaches. Summer and frisbees ... The fourth of July at P. Town? A-Days!! Art, and JR, AG, LB, LT, JR. The seven wonders!! The Who, Foghat, Yes, the Outlaws, Led Zepplin . . . Green grass and high tides forever. Thanks to my sister for all the help through the years. A very special thanks to Mrs. Meldahl. 1981, This is it! 128 Best Wishes to the Class of 1981 Orleans Exxon Compliments of the Brewster Bicycle Shop, Inc. Orleans Center WILLIAM R. REYN¬ OLDS: Bert, Willings- ford. Working nights with KGE. Trips to Hyannis. Winter of ’80 at McDonalds. I did that? Racing JQ to school in the rain. Whats the matter Jim, can’t you handle the power? High test and fast mustangs forever. Helium Hits at the Arco Station. Thanks to Jack Daniels for be¬ ing there. CHRISTINE ADAMS: Soccer I- 4; Softball I; Track 4-, Yr-Book 1-4; AFS 3-4; Honor Society 3; Senior Senate. Marching—S- mile Scott!! Lisa (FEBS) . . . Thanks! " COSMIC LUNCH”, The Clowns? P-Town w RK TM Perverted Robots . . (Hills) April II . . . Stars Moons, SH’s . . Thanks Jim Germany (Pubs!!) Cruisin w CD, " Floor it” (Oops!).. 1C CDM!! TS Skiing w LF (Negs! Right?) Rainbows Bubba Forever!! Thanks to my friends! (Esp. CD, TM, LF) Good luck Scott! Thanks Happiness to my parents! JOE HEMMINGS: Hockey 1-4, Frisbee w B.L., Surfing with Guy Griff, Parties XX Junior year. Bones w guy and Anthony. Munching out at Arnolds, Jamai¬ ca w Nevin, Outlaws w Griff, Looking forward to green grass High Tides in Hawaii w Guy, Best of luck to the class of 1981. SHERRY PROIA: Soccer 1,2; B Ball Stats 2-4; STEVEN JALBERT! (LYA) HAWAII ’79, Maui Wowee, Kaluha, C l Championship ’79 Ju¬ nior Prom ’80.. BIE ... SUMMER! Concerts, Parties, Rock n’ Roll, Frisbee, White Bench, Watching SJ Surf! Coast Gaurd Nauset Light, Nauset, Sea St., Sunsets Campground, Rainbows, Riunite, GREEN DEATH!, Slammers Quarters JZ’s-, New Years Eve ’80 Steve, Where’s Sherry?, P-Town, Backroom, Intense Talks w DH MR, Much Luck! Dee Ken, Take care MB, Thanks Mom Dad! Thanks everyone! JOHN CAMERON: Activi¬ ties: None, Parting at New Beach with Doctor Bort- nick, JJ, BW, SN, KH, PS, Miller, Molson, My old friend Jack (Daniels). Jim Morrison and the Doors, Deep Purple, Cream, Pat Travers, Wild Times in the Datsun. Seabrook 10 26 79, No Nukes! Kegger at Crows Pasture, Summer Concerts, Zappa, Kinks, The Dead, Sabbath, Tom Petty. Party¬ ing at the Grave Yard. Go¬ ing on trips with PJ, JT, TM. Remember, for every pig ther’s a frying pan!!!!! ANNE M. FIERO : Art, Art, Art. P- Town, Backroom, Soccer games, wild nights at R.M.’s, J. Geils concert, Quarters, February 14, many parties write J.G.?, unfor¬ gettable circus. Prom night, too many memories ... Thanks to all my friends, especially you, B.S., J.G., and D.L. also to Mrs. Mel- dahl and Mr. Owens. And Dar¬ rell, what can I say? but you’re the most fun I’ve had in a long time! I love you—Mom and Dad thanks, you’re great! I now leave Nauset never to return. JULIE T. RABBITT: Jul, Rab, Rab- j bitt. Art 1-4, Portfolio 3-4; Thanks Mrs. Meldalh. Boogia (S.G.) I miss ya! Concerts buzzed out. Summer 80. The best of my life. | l Long Summer nights with CN, Sippin’ 7 7. Campground! Good- | times with LB.SB.MC.DT.CEJD jj f MB. Thanks mom, you’ve made it i| easier. Sorry about being late! 1 (HA! HA!) I’ll be home by dawn! || Good bye Nauset ! The best is yet to come! Compliments of Oleans Fisherman’s Market Cove Road, Orleans HOLLY HOUK: Gymnastics 2-4. Track 2 + 4 ; Wellfleet dances with Dawn and going to BB Trips to P-Town with DB, DT, FC. Summers with Matt, go¬ ing on strange trips with Dawn and sometimes Matt. Study’s with BZ, making fun of LD. Spanish with Ca, Sharing Math books with MM. Hey Matt its 5 in the morning. Go home. J. Geils with Sim because I lost Matt. Good luck to Adam, CC, AZ, LM, CC, BR. Signing off forever. LAUREN JEANNE BASKIN: Bakey. SOCCER!! Shetting my git together with camel. Proctor w Len, Tom, Luck FOA. Special friends, Mossy Vaughanie. Triple chair w Leeheehee Bag¬ gie, Soccer in the snow, LAUGHING, Harwich Skip- day. Talks w Van, BL. KKJ’s w CM. Thanks to Suey, Lou, Melon, Tango. You helped lots hopefully viceversa too. Unexpressable thanx to Mom, Dad family! Thanx for having faith Coach Rice Kutie! DEBORAH R. FLEMING: Deb. Do. Summer concerts of ’80. All the great times I’ve had w Cheryl, Missy, Nancy, Suzy, Heidi. The Dennis Drive-In. Missy sorry about the Hot Chocolate. The un¬ known hugger. Cheryl, keep con¬ trol around Mark. The last 2 years have been great thanks to all my friends. Look out Nauset here come Faith fe Stacey! Good luck to all my friends once they graduate. Thanks Mom. Best Wishes to the Class of 1981 The Clothes Works 31 Main Street, Orleans 130 SCOTT MACDONALD: Wrestling 2-3, Capt 4; X- Country 3; Surfing w K- C, PD, JN, CE, LS. Sum¬ mer w Karen. Rock Har¬ bor and circle drive. An unbelievable trip to Flor¬ ida w MB. Dancing at Studio 19 and the fe¬ males, Hitting G C one time to many w JM. Cruising to the disco w K-C PL all set to do some abusing. Babysit¬ ting w KS. Harwich par¬ ties w LB AG. Thanks Mom Dad for all your help. Never would have done it without you. Later. Best Wishes to the Class of 81 TIMBUKTU Travel Cove Road, Orleans 255-5737 Jorie Fleming " Jorie” soccer cheering 2-4, gymnastics 1-4 N. Beach 1-4 Sum¬ mers " 78- " 80, unbelievable! Many wild nights P-town Beachcomber Spiper. Thanks E.W.J.G. and Julie for getting me through summer alive. Many crazy times w Carol " wake up service” Soccer cheering, state champs yamon! Take care T.D. Good Luck R.T. and S. Min California. Mega¬ drinks w M.D. " Easy!” Arubaw Jean. Never forget my good friends. Thanks Mom and Dad for putting up w me and caring. I leave Nauset my three brothers. " Bumb out” LAURIE FELT: How come you guys never gave me a n-name? Feltip, soccer 1,2, and 3. Scorekeeper G-Var- sity B-Ball 3 and 4. Track 2,3, and 4. C.A. (N-Hamp- shire Ski Buddy) and H.W. we’ve been friends a life time!! Keep intouch!! C.D. (1st Party), M.A. and H.WL GOOD LUCK TO GOOD FRIENDS!! C.R. PAERIES - Corn and Rice!! Beth your a great friend and my Believ¬ er. SURFING AND PARTY¬ ING w N.O. and B.A. Bol- ston Beach Truro- LOVE YOU Bill! Love Thanks to Mom Family!! Lisa Ann Thompson Track 2-4, Yearbook 3, 4, Senior Senate AFS. Freshman Year (wow!) Prom w R.B. (BTS!) Lisa, Ann, Al, Me- lis. Me. Larrie- So much to say, more to remember. Tom said what? Florida, nights at Jones w LG, WN. Paronoia strikes!! Why uh .. yes! Provincetown (?) The guy in the red car. Katrin. Quincy gang, LJ " You’re driving me crazy” LD thank you bunches Grapes on sale?? Follow your dreams . . . Best of Luck to the Class of 1981 JAZZ Boutique 211 Main Street, E. Orleans Walters, Fred Al¬ right we’re out Didn’t think I’d make it. Thanks to those who made it possible: Mand P, (al¬ though we never agreed on any¬ thing your sup¬ port was there), Lisa " ok let’s” I’ll see ya Jam with J.P. Bill W. take it easy on the J.S. Mike let’s go crusing and keep up that guitar. Nauset woods¬ men Jag-on, See ya’all. Best Wishes to the Class of ’81 Robinson’s 5 10 Cape Cod and the Island 131 I I I ' 1 51 MARCEY ANN BASSETT. Bass, Marc. Florida 4 16 80, Beach, Rainbows, Shooting stares, Day dreaming. Sum¬ mer Winter of " 79-80”, September 5, New Years, RAGGEDY ANN! 4th of July, parting, Little Blue M.G. Sandpip- per Hill, Sunset Hill, Surfers Beach, JEFF! Larrys House, Jag Hill, S.C., Cold Duck, Riunite, No mans Pond, In trou¬ ble with Diane. Good times with Chris, Janis, Cathy, Katrina, Diane, Pam, Lisa, and many more. Thanks ev¬ eryone. It’s been fun. Special thanks to Lisa. GOOD LUCK! GUY E. GRANT: Lafleur. Soccer I, Hockey 1-4, Surf¬ ing 1-4 and forever. Out¬ laws, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Mol¬ ly Hatchet. Many hot see- sions with J.H. and M.G. Lets turn up the vibes in the tubes. Your still all right L.H. and you’ll always be! Hey Raputa! " Green Death” Well, its time for me to bolt! N.R.H.S. And let the good times roll. PETER MCCULLY: Nick names, The Animal, Peter Mac. Basketball 1,2,3,4. Soccer 1,2,3,4. The 1 Sport. Nauset ’79 Division II State Champions. The team that couldn’t be beaten. Huh, Mr. Donahue, Thanks for everything! Mr. Miller, I loved every second of hoop! " Never say never”. Brother Jim, next year is yours, do it up! I love you Mom and Dad. To Sen¬ iors, GO WILD! To everyone who made Nauset,worth while, You’rs Beautiful. Taurus. Best of Luck in all your endeavors Peters Real Estate SCOTT EMOND: ZZulu, Zu. Hockey 1-4. Good times with Red, skins, Turk and the Camp¬ ground crew . Weekends with J.O., K.O., The RSWHW, Special thanks to J.O. because she has been so nice to me. Skiing, New Hampshire with T.Y., S.Y., S.H., A.L. Play Bobby Brown, J. Geils, Van Halen, Sur faries at Coast Guard. Thanks to my friend S. Y., P. P., M.K., T.D., M.D., T.M., T.C., C.A., L.R. I can finally say I made it. Coast Guard. Compliments of Nauset Marine Inc. Nauset Marina East Glenn Perron: I Glen Perron promise never to return to harass any teach¬ ers ever again. ft Arthur M. Hayes: Fresh¬ man, Catham, 78-79-80-81, Nauset, miss Chatham love Nauset, Hoop I-2-3-? 10-11 many bowls, A-Wall, spring fever. 12th 1st day, J.D. and Tuborg. Lynyrd Skynyrd lives. 80 summer-best ever!! Monica. C.E., W.E., E.B., T.T., G.S., H.T., T.V., (J. Geils, Charlie Daniels), Vince- cleavage. Bud tails, 2 kegs. I love you R.M. I love all the friends I made when I came and I hope they all have ’’High” goals in life. Rosemary Eileen Murphy: Thank you Mom and Dad for giving me life. Thanx John, Patricia, Shar¬ on, Kevin, and Kellie. Good luck, Kathy C., R.C., J.H., C.K. and the chorus. Time to stand on a chair and wave a baton! May I have the keys pleez? Chorus I, 2, 3, 4 C.C. Fest. I, 3, 4. Don ' t say hi, see if I care!! Sing piano, organ. Barry Manilow, S.T., Fantasy. Solo, no-one can hear you! thanx everyone. Bye Y’all! Linda Tenbroeck: Nau¬ set Head I, 2, 3, 4, Art I, 2, 3, 4 ALG Zephyr my flying horse with rainbow wings. Trou¬ ble agead in ”C” bath¬ room my home away from class. I Linda TenBroeck leave Nau¬ set with no thanks for the office or gym to live the rest of my life with John Vieira and by beloved puppy Tonya. To my friends, much love. ”Bye, Bye, Bye.” 133 PATRICIA MILLIN: Germany, Hey Gerda how are ya kid? Chris, Amy and Barbara- Ya man! - You shouldn’t of let me carry the wine .... Ziggy, Garfield, Hola Carolina, AA, Summer ’80 P-town with Chris and Rita I HATE THE MOUNTAINS OF TRURO!! frogurt attacks (peach in the bottom choco¬ late on the top), talking with Jamie about mad crushes, Hey Herbie baby! HEIDI BADGER X-country 1.2 track 1,2,3,4 Drama 2,4 Alg 3,4 Fun and Games w Jenny: Thanks Melon Full of Energy " Hurdles” Love to act, sing and be me! White Mnts. w John and gang Group Adventure Mom and Dad-, You’re the greatest in everyway " wish I didn’t have to grow-up but can’t wait!” Life is what you make it Make Way World, Here I Come! . . . Good Luck to the Class of ’81 True Value Hardware ANDREA T. GONSALVES- Andi, Gonzo, Atom ant, Marge. Field Hockey 1-4 Thanx: Lee, Lynn, Gargam, EsI. Take care; Tango, Mar- hen Piggy . . . Winket, Car¬ ol. Buffalo. HARWICH . . never forgetten Brasil, Ethel, and crew. Why J.J.? Memories of long summer nights with my Tommy D. Champagne James Lynn. Catch a bizz weasel. Colise¬ um action. Oh Paleeez. Dickie, I’ll always be there. Pam, best wishes. Much happiness, Dad All my love and thanks to Mom and Sonny. We’ll see ya Nauset . KENNETH CASEY THOMAS K.C. Friction- FeeFee Soccer 1-4 Bas¬ ketball 1-2 F the 3,4 Dra¬ ma 2.4 Good times with P.L.Abuse them Breeders. " Satisfaction Guaranteed.” Soccer ’79 " The Best” 8 Surfing Summer of ’80 with C.E. J.N. P.D. S.M. Harsh Tokes with M.W.P.L. Bust at the park " Ty somewhere else” Ellen Forever. Thanks Mom and Sonny for all the help " Love Ya” Compliments of James Trainor £ Associates Real Estate Route 28, Orleans TODD DENNISON: Skins, Gun¬ ner, Soccer 1-4, Baseball 1-3, Bas¬ ketball 1,2, Lots of good times with M.D. Johnny’s QhWhat, where, with, how - E.B., S.A., M.D., M.G.. Campground where is the action B. B. W. where are you. T.B. I leave you all my love. Lots of good friends, sorry to see them go. Champions all the way 1979. Thanks Mr. D. ANN WHELAN: (Van Ha- len?) Cheerleading I-4-, Stu¬ dent Council 2-4-, Jr. Sr. Senate-, never leaving Cable Road; watching GH after school in Mr. Miller’s room, Soccer season ’79! BV ulsers, The big M., 3 19 80, Pina Coladas + scary phone calls, Leslie, I’ll miss you (meow!) Mellon Smel- lon! Stv. Klink—keep in touch ok? Great friend¬ ships w Lisa T Allison B. Thanks! LH (Mew!) Fasting or over indulging. Peanut Butter! 6 6 80—I Love Ted¬ dy, to the class of 81, Good- Bye! (Gotta go wee wee). DAVE LA BRANCHE: " Scoot”, " The Scooter”, " 4”; Soccer I-4-, Baseball I- 4; Hoop I, 2; Pool Sharkin’ w MD and Skins at Ozzie’s; Beach Day ’80, Dun- kin those Soph, and Fresh. Chicks with my " Banchi Terroists ’ TB and the HZ Monsters-, Bubba " You Devil”; Studies w HH, DR, and little CL-, Smit- ty’s Bash; Good times w Bonz, Gip- per, LB, Kal, Gonzo, TM, LR, and KC; Lv " My Wrists”; and of course Mag; Thanks Mr. " D”-, Bye Nausetl TERRANCE M. MILLER: Mills, Terry. Basketball 1,2; Trainer 3,4-, Sports Fan 1-4. Hanging out with the Gang . ... With good friends, Mike D., Todd D., Eddie B., David L.Going to parties . . . sitting on the wall . . . Hav¬ ing fun being seniors . . . listening to Laura R. com¬ plain .... Having study with Chris A.Best of luck to all my friends and to the many teachers who helped me . . . Thanks Mom and Dad for everything. Compliments of Adams’ Rib Rte. 6A, Orleans 255-2270 Good Luck to the Class of ’81 The Red Balloon’ Orleans, 255-4208 135 TOM BEATON: Photography! It’s been great! Thanks a million , Mr. Owens for all your help and advice. Tom McLukie a good guy for a laugh. Contact sheets for A’s. See ya Steve Scriv. Have a good Senior year. Thanks A.L.G. for letting us use your photographical equipment. Most of all thanks to all of the teachers who have helped me through high school. Re¬ search for Mr. Gray always fun. Laura in the dark room! NEVER FORGET! BYE ALL MARK STEPHEN BURN¬ HAM: Berg, Marco, Honor Society 3,4, G + S- 1,2,3,4, Struggles in Math 1,2,3,4, Schickelfritz in Bermuda ’79, C, J Band in, Photogra¬ phy, ”Que Voulezvous dire?” Francium, amyl ace¬ tate, TEETH. Dentistry, J. S. Bach, lessons with U. Rick, The OMDO with R.M. and V. E., Responsibility. Many thanks to Mom and Dad and the Community for all that they have done for me. Washington DUNCAN McNICOL KUHN: Skunk, Drunkan, Dr. Dunk, Tennis(ha), Math League, National Honor Society, Yearbook, ALG! Hey Juan. Joh(Tubmanism and knife throwing)-, Sam, we’re doomed to 4’s; Blob-Pontiac Power-, Kevin-The Buc and Panzenblite; Berg the super sub! Dr. Johnny and the Null set. Germany. 3x3P9. " No, I won’t take my boots off” The El Comino . . . Not that bad. Jim. East-Ho! Amy-De- spite boot marks and cousin O’ROARKE you’ve kept me sane (?) and happy. Mom thanks. " We’re all just pris¬ oners here of our own de¬ vice” Sayonora RALPH EARLE: Patches, Rocket, Pelegro. Activities: Drama 2,3,4; Golf 3,4; Newspaper 4-, WNRHS morning and afternoon an¬ nouncements. German Exchange Trip! The deputties. 007 in Mu¬ nich. " yes carmen I live in Rock¬ efeller Center” " you’re right Mr. Chamberlin, Barbara’s cry¬ ing again!” Nuremburg Dr. Mill¬ er. YNEAH! Risk with B.A., P.J. Sean s bowtie! THANKS Me. Chamberlin, Mrs. E: Wilke, Coach K., Mr. Rice-yes the pie! All my love to Mom Dad. NULL set bos, lunchroom boys! Drama! TSCHUSSCH DEIDRE ROBINSON: ALG 3- 4, Track 1-2. Thanks to all those who shared timed. Special love and thanks to Julie, (I have lost my mind) and to Giesey, VJ, will they ever approach me? Endless winter vacations in the West Indies, Frenchies, sailing and money,money, money, N.N.N.F. unite. Thank you John Rivers for your great tolerance and humor. And goodbye to all of the Nauset masses. MARLENE T. DICKSON: Hen, Doris. Gymmie 1-4, Proctor w Lauren!!! Donuts in the mouth, sor¬ ry Kim! SUMMER!! g t’s w Jorie GJ, Easy! What’s your mission? Rock Lobster!! Apples, yellow T-shirts, YA- HOOO! xmas vacation ’79, a egg, Maria! Please start, car. Prom ’80- Disco Scotty - ColeqCold Duck! q-tips, much love and thanks! Lynn, many dreams and laughing fits, fits! M. T. - Reese’s pieces !! quarters, surf¬ ersl 960-AWZ, 841-BJI, thanks. Mom and Dad, I made it! Later muchly!! TOM McLUCKIE: Mac The darkroom Laura and rope . . . wow: m.m: You cam ' t make clocks swim T.B. But the book said . . . SS Your locker was a room of plenty, once I found the key. L.r.: Beware of animals in the dark with rope. Hope your picture got in Animals eat me. later. -m - , - £ ■ ' MARTHA JANE BEATTIE: Marty, Bumby, Band 1-4 announcements Hi! YHNEAH, Jag on, Too bad. Mega, Hey Boad! Fuzzbuddies, Negs, Swooper, G. G. I. Linda re¬ member First day, face fights, SHH, Ouch, £ King!? Study w LB J.Q. D.B, B.C, £ T.M,. Summer of 79! Parties w Linda, Lebisk Mark, Chris, K.H. £ L.T. D.B., P.G., H.B., D.S., G.C., R.G., Barbi, H.T., M.A., Jenny B.W., A.B., D.B., B.M., G.L., C.V., £ The Quinn Brothers. Nauset Pilgrim, 4-wheeling, KP’s £ quarters! Thanks for the friendship £ the memories! ADIOS AMIGOS 137 PETE VOGT: Pedro, Kato, Devotee. Video 3-4 . Electronics I 2, Mr. Col¬ lins, Mr. S. Jo’s, Rib, Snow. P.B. T.P. B52.Is this our " Duty Now For The Future?” O.J.V.F.C. Dave, Whoo!! Snap?!?!?!!! D-l .. Go .. . Bridge Rd. Cem . . . OH-NOOOO!!! Quick, Take the know ... My apologies to Nauset P.B. AESV?? Thanks to Mr. J. SVC Video Productions .... Mr. Ryan - Thanks KC.WP.LK.PO, . . Thank you Mr. Mrs. O’ M. D.VIDEO!!!!!!!! Steve S. Custom!! Where will the fu¬ ture lead us? Nauset, Thank you Goodbye!!! CHARLOTTE ROSWHITA GILMORE: Lottie, Lot, Wee- die. German ,2 Field Hock¬ ey ,2 Yearbook 3 ALG 3,4. Summers with T.C. G.C. (vandals) thanks; love ya RCJ. To my family, we shed a lot of years and tears to¬ gether. Thanks Rob! What’s up Jules? Hang in there Hei¬ di. " Isacc!” Sunsets at Campground. P-town. Cof¬ fee at Friendly’s. Betty’s at midnight. A song for you RCJ, Jesse-Carly Simon. Thanks Meg, Well... Ready or not world here I come! CHISS! MICHAEL DONAHUE: Mr. D., Mi¬ chael D. Soccer 1-4, Hockey 1-4, Baseball 1-4. Luck 5. Gunning with the boyd D.D. S.R. Back Room with J.M. Thanks Todd for being there, and Terry for hang¬ ing in. 143 Lou, I never had it so good. Soccer 79, Junkyard Dogs, Jamaica, Get some birds Nansky, Hey K.C. wanna beef? What’d you say we did Ed. To David I really love ya kid. Thanks Mom and Dad I love you both. MARK HEYD: Marky, Crash, Working at S.O.G.S. Summer of ’79 and ’80 with MD, SD, MK, TS, JK. Missy Thanks for everything and good luck the next 3 years. Toyota’s, telephone Poles, Stonewall, Rain¬ bows, Boats, Sandbars, Camoroe’s, Green M M’s. Hey thats my car. Twins are Primo, Pleas¬ ant Bay, Nauset Beach. Thanks to my family and friends for helping me through these four years. CATHY ANN MURPHY: " Muffy”, " Murph”. Yearbook 3,4; FBLA 3,4; Connecticut, Sunsets, Riun- ite, Finast Parties, Drive-Ins, Summer of ’80. Ray!! Mexico ’80, New Years Eve, Cruising in the Silver Streak. Great times with Katrina, Chris, Marcey, Lisa and many more. Datrina watch out for those puddles!! To Mrs. Mur¬ phy thanks for making my past four years enjoyable. To family and friends—a big thanks, you’re really great!! Mom, I miss you. Thanks to all that made Nauset worth-while. . . . CATHY ROBERTS: Cath. Honor Society 3, 4; Trip to JFK. Gilbert £ Sullivan, " Yoeman of the Guard”, Marching in the C. J. Band, Washington, Mak¬ ing gum chains in Earth Science with Lex, Latin Banquet with AM £ U.B., Sewing, music. Ad¬ vanced Cooking with Christy, Working at the Nursing Home with Carol .Many thanks to my Community Family for their love and help ... . . " I press towards the mark of my high calling in Christ Jesus.” LYNN DIANE VAN NORMAN: VAN HA- LEN. Memories: Soccer 3, 4; Outlaws, May 11. Strategies with Carol. July 1 . Bermuda. L.l. and laughing fits with Mar¬ lene. Rainy Campground Beach. Soccer’s three L’s. Never say Never. Rides with Ed. Happiness Andi. Great talks Bakey. Wild Horses. Riunite! Rifle Range. Twice as much Raymond, you’ll always be spe¬ cial to me. Thanks Mom, Dad, and Bill, I love you. Good luck to all my special friends. Dreams: ENDLESS SUMMER, California here I come. PAUL SEARS: Henry. Favorite sayings-Hi neigh¬ bor, whudda ya say. Hi bud. Ac- tivities-Demo derbies with my cars, woodsing it with B.D. Sum¬ mer of ’80, there will never be an¬ other summer like it-So long Nauset- 139 LOUIS CSOKY: Memories} Over¬ land assault with " the Tank”; winter sports with Mike, Chuck, and Dr. Johnny; " P. Bombs”. The Nullset hoboin g; Dave’s prison, Dave vs. " The Tank”, and Chucks blue hair; " Watch me take this corner! J.S. Death to the " J’s”; Assume positions! JUANITA LONG: Juanie, Nita, Juan Beniques. Favorite saying ways re¬ member M.H., T.P., T.S., W.W., D.O., J.P., B.S., J.B., The boys from Syra¬ cuse, Nauset Beach, Young life. Thank you Mr. and Mrs. Tilton for being there. Thanks Dad for being there when I needed you. Parties with friends on the beach during the sum¬ mers. I leave Sherri all the things I didn’t learn. I will always Love Brian T. FOREVER. GOOD BYE. SEAN CASWELL: Ca- maro 1. No, I could have not been doing 90 mph officer " D.K.”. Flelping Americans gas crisis. Nauset beach, what poles. Trips to Flyannis D. L. Are you sure this is a road. It looks like a bike trail to me. I will leave nauset my tire prints to last forever. SUZY GRAY: Sue, Rainbows, Black labs, Snowstorms, fires, unicorns , rivers, horses, blue, open mead¬ ows, Concerts, " Sea and Sant”, New Jersey, rain, Re¬ vine Lake, Blairsden, sum¬ mer and fall, mountains, Burt, " plants”. Sweet and Pepper, Jeeps, winding roads, Moorland Farms, 3, Blood Red, Mustangs, Som¬ breros, S.C., Strawberry- Dacquiries. Thanks for good times with friends. 140 LAURA M. DUPEE: Dupe, Poo, Bucko. Basketball 1,2. Computer Science. Love always to Mike. Thanks for summer ' 80. Best friend near and far, Mariel Luck to M.K., L.J.H., M.H. Thanks to Narbonnes at the wonderful world. Memories of Nauset beach and the " Burg”. Thanks to Mom and Dad. Bye Nauset. MARK GRIFFIN: " Surfing ... Forever . . .”, Soccer 1-4, Floop 1-2 Baseball I, Radical surf lessons w all the surf maddogs. C.G., Beach and Newcombs. Intense talks. Lynyrd Skynyrd, J. Geils, the Stones, and Molsons (forever golden). Dreams of far off tubes. Special friends.Thanks Mom and Dad for everything-l love ya. Many parties and great times w good friends. To friends leaving Nauset and staying . . . JIMMY QUINN: Flits of helium be¬ hind Arco with W.R. + S.S. Van Halen and J. Geils with B.W., K.H., and J.J. Beach riding with P.S. and B.D. Special thanks and all my love to KATHY To all the really great times to¬ gether an d to the many to come. Many thanks to my parents for having to put up with me. MARY EMMONS: Soccer 2,3, AFS 2-4, OYA, NT Pageant 1,2,4, Germany 4, D. Exchange 3, Cheerleading 2, Softball 3. Special people: S. Winai Mom Dad, Parrish, Carol-Hey Spaz! All the people at B. Mannor, Penny Patch, Sammy’s. Thanks to all the people at Nauset who made High School great! Special thank— to MOM the rest of my family! 141 II I JAMIE MARIE SHEERIN: Soccer, Gymnastics?, Yearbook, Math League. Ski Club. MJH NEVER forget! Semi-formal, cheerlead¬ ing, football-B.C.! Then—New school adjustment time. Bio- partners: thanks Trish Mary ! SPAIN! The girl w the pants. Trying to cope! Soccer! Key West—zero mile marker! Ski trip—Diaster time!! Right CM? Thanks sooo much!! And you CA KO! Crutches . . Concerts! Bathroom! Anthony’s!! Softball games? Pigah! The Party! Tree? Trish Chris . . . Mom and Pop-1 love you! Stay w me, SJ! DAN BAKER: Fa¬ vorite pastimes: sailing, electron¬ ics and counting the days ’til school is over. Fi¬ nally made it through only a couple days left! " Ya there?” AM, MM. Bye Nauset, and good luck to the class of ’81. JOHN LAWLESS: Judge. John Law. Soccer 1-4, Cap’t 4; Hockey 2-4, Capt. 4-, Baseball 1-4, State Soccer Champs 1979, Going wild in Jamaica, the Orange Bomb: abused but still running, EB and the " lost” keys at the Grateful Dead Concert-, Nov. 16, 1979!! The Cleaver and Wendy’s: after hours parties, ”1 still don’t think it was that funny RM, we’re Seniors already? Good luck to everyone who’s anyone and THANKS WENDY!! STASIA YOUNG: Stash. Soccer 1-4, Basketball 1-4, Softball 1-4. Ski forever! Senior Senate-, Gunstock ’80, K2. Ski¬ ing with Jenni and Anne. Colorado, someday. Anne I didn’t shut your fin¬ ger in the door!! Jenni,50 360’s aren’t you dizzy? Laurene you can ski it’s easy, but don’t fall over the edge. Summer ’80 with BD, thanks, for ever¬ ything. Thanks Mom and Dad. Anne and Jenni keep in touch, I’ll miss ya. Go for it!!!!!! 142 ; ■ ■ . v BARBARA CAVALLINI: Barb, Bubba, Mega-bummer, Totebag, Well? Hey Piggy, Marfie, Band 1-4, Conservatory W. E. 1-4, C.C. Festival 2-4, Drama 2, Parties 2-4, NB, KP, Brace Parties, w Quinn Brothers, HB, MB, LT, LT, KH, PG, LB, CG, GC, RG, MA, especial¬ ly JR. TEXAS! , Heidi, remember KZ- 104, DB, CD, JG concerts? 7th period study w MB, JQ, DB, TM. Good luck FBJ. Thanks to my parents. I love you all. Hey Bernie lets blow up the lab! LEONA CAREY: I’ve always tried to please others. Do what they would like. Act the way they do. Trying not to be different. Yet, I am. I, like pleasing others. But, I have to please myself. I’l act the way you do, then I’ll act like myself. I’m really not different. It’s just that I’m not like others. I’m my¬ self. I’ll miss all who were close, Yet I’m looking for¬ ward to starting anew. MICHAEL KANE: Thanks to Cape Cod and Nauset high for a great year. Remember all the parties and Good Times? J.J. and his Kegs? Ice cream fight in Grif¬ fin’s car, Toney Bowser, Sweet Home Alabama, accidents, Sci- tuate, prom, Driging Ralph’s sofe. Rush, Thanks Todd! Hi to Sean D., Middle B., Karen, and Missy R., (I.L.Y.)! Food Fight at Betty’s Place at 2 a.m. Thanks to all My New friends! It’s Been Real! A SHAWN ROSE: Wellfleet T.W.C.B.E.-i,Z3,4 S.S. Mud- hake Ahoy! Bud weiser Runs in Wellfleet and Lis¬ tening to Good Music- The Rolling Stones and Country and Western Jac Tunes- At Wellfleet Jag Spots - Power Lines, Hightoss, Sunset, The Dessert, Watt’s, Boat House in Winter 78-79, La¬ conia Races 78. Crash. Mo¬ tor-cycling. Having a great time with Laurie W. Good Bye—For good. Thank God! 143 KAREN SHIPMAN: I’d like to dedicate this little spot in my yearbook to someone very special: " My Mother” Thanks Mom for always being there with open arms when I need you the most. Without your love and care I wouldn’t be where I am today. You’ve given me a feeling of se¬ curity in life that’s helped me through so many hard times we ' ve all experienced together. Thanks Mom I love you lots. CAROLYN DICK: Rainbows, ik hou van jou, consufed, in¬ tense internal combustion, ce vrai n’est-ce pas?! Youth is not chronological age but the state of grow¬ ing, learning and chang¬ ing—All people must be helped to regain the condi¬ tion of youth. Satori, AFS, thanks you guys an illusion folding into reality, star¬ gazing, rain, dreamer, laughter, . . . Chickybear, MBG, . . . Let us not look back with regret or for¬ ward in fear but around us in awareness. JULIE ALLEN HAMILTON: Jules, Alternative learning group 2,3,4 Drama, 1-4. To scooks, Kate, Allison, Michael, Cin, Charles, Phyl, David, Deirdre - Thanks and grati¬ tude for lessons taught and time shared - I love you all in my own weird way. Craig, keep on growing sweethears. Nauset is what you make it. Janet, you’re on your way. John, Mrs. Laning - Bless you for your guidance and care, Mrs. Emerson - thank you. " All the world’s a stage ...” HEATHER WHITE: I’m on my way I know I am. Somewhere not so far from here. All I know is all I feel right now. Life is like a maze of doors, and they all open from the side you’re on. Wherever I may go, I’ll always have my friends. We all had some great times. Thanks for being there. Expecially Jwels. You’re a great sis, and will always be a close friend. MARIE TARTAGLIA: " Tango” Soc¬ cer, an excellent time, (clouds still roll in) Hawaii ’79- Steve, Maui Wowee . . . Wow! Thanx Ging for caring and being there. To the " dot shots,” we’ll see ya. Summer of ’80- could never be described. Outlaws blue grass and high tides, rainbows, sunsets, and sunrises - blitzed to see them all. Much love to all my friends who made these years at Nauset what they should be. DEBRA L. BEDFORD: Da-Ba, Bedspread, YH- NEAH, Oh sad, Jag on. Remember the sum¬ mer of 80 with Mark, D.Q., J.Q: M.A, P., C.V, H.B, L.T, M.B, L.B, L.T, 7th period study with J.Q, D.Q, M.B, L.B, Thanks for all the help D.Q, 1980 con¬ certs, Nauset Beach parties with the group. Great times off Cape with Mark. PETER JENSEN: Tennis 1,2,3,4, co-captain 4; N.H.S. student council, CCSC Girls, Skiing!! Que¬ bec ’79 Vermont ' 80. love ya Laurie. Sam, what are you trying to tell me-, not too shabby; nice jeans Ralph; Eric, don’t get too friendly with those snakes; The sheep at 6 a.m.; moonless nights on the beach; RISK with Ralph Bob; chicken half sandwiches for lunch; your still the one Mary; THANKS NAUSET. Salud ALFRED MILLS. Al, Fred, Big Al, Barnaby, Big Bird, Fredo, Willy Band 1-4; First Bone 2-4; X-County 3, 4; Baseball I-4-, Basketball I, " Hey Mark, seen Dipes To¬ day?” " Go for 110, Mark, all the way” " Hey man ” Body Surf” Mark, John, Dave, Dipes, Koch, Chris, Scott, Band Crew (that’s you to Martha), D. B, R.P, D.M, Best LUCK in Future. Thanks Mom for breakfast every early, early morning. Thanks Dad for all school help. LISA S. ROTTI: Lis, Lee, Wisa. Friends, Being happy. Laughing, Summer, Beaches, Sunrises Sun¬ sets, Rainbows. Many special thanks to all my dear friends. You’ve made my High School Years the way they should be.- I LOVE YOU ALL — Benjamin, Mary, Mag, Steve, Pete, Mikey-I’ll always re¬ member my summer of ’80- so many memories- Thanks. Mary Mag-so much to say-just thanks and I love you. JULIE SNOW: Ive spent a week la¬ boring over what 75 words I’m go¬ ing to put down on this little index card words that would have mean¬ ing to friends that would have meaning to friends that would want to read it. I found lots of meaningful things to write, none fit in 75 words. To be consistant none of this matters because its all just a figment of our imagination. Heather. I thank everyone at N.H. r 145 JAY JORGENSEN: Yacko. Activi¬ ties: NONE! 71 Firebirds, House Par¬ ties, P-Town with BW, KH, PM. The Beach House, Moosehead, Summer Concerts; ZZ TOP, TOM PETTY, Partying with SN, PR, BW, KH, JC, PS, PJB, CE, MOLLY HATCHET, DEEP PURPLE, ACDC, JUDAS PRIEST, HENDRIX, BLACKFOOT. The New Beach, Michelob, Bil¬ liards, Wild Times with SN, PR, in the Cutlass, Mad Cruising in the Datsun, The Killer with Flynn. Re¬ member you can ' t get anywhere until you open THE DOOR! DAVID ADAMS: Baseball 2 - 4 -, Soccer 3,4; " What’s up”, " ya man " . Nauset 1, alias 1. Thanks Sam, Pete, Chuck, Koch, Scott, Chris, Al Mark, Mark B., Louis, etc. Don’t worry Sam the best is yet to come. Thanks Mr. Donahue, Thanks ev¬ eryone for a great 4 years. Thanks Mom and Dad, for all your love and help and thanks Lorretta, my stepmother, and Donald and Chris, my brothers, and fi¬ nally I say goodbye to NAUSET HIGH. CHERYL AYER: Pho¬ tography I, Ski Club 3, and Track 2 . Thanks to my good friends: Deb¬ bie, Nancy, Mary, and Jill. Remember all the good times. Summer of 1980. Skating. N.H., Tunes, Concerts, Ski¬ ing, Going out for din¬ ner. Trips, Boston. Yvonne, WBCN, Run¬ ning, Beaches, K.G. JEAN MARIE GESSFORD: Jeannie. Tennis 1-4. Cal, Mex, NYC, U.S. OP., Lyn- yrd Skynyrd, Pink Floyd, tpath, " turn it up! " Nau¬ set Beach, summers, mish-, toot-, confer¬ ences, 4-wheel (DK), wa¬ ter-skiing?, vacationing w Jor, z.s.p., " custom”, " can I drive? " . First Class Times with JD, JF, LW, SP, MB, JB, JB, EB, DM, AB, and naturally, DB. Good luck Art. Con¬ certs, spacecrafts, a.p., £ other happenings with Capt. John. Good times to come. The van . " Hi Ya Sweetie!”. Love thanks to Dad, Mom Michael. 146 MARY AVELLAR: Soccer I 3. I leave the bus stop to S and C. Going to Province- town with Patty, also going to N.Y. with her for the weekend. We had a blast. Don’t forget " Cookies” Clark. I give many thanks to CA, CD, PM, LH, HW, and LF. You’ve been real good friends, hope to stay that way. Thank you Mom and Dad for everything. BYE SAMUEL KCTIS: Tennis 1-4; Political Club 3,4; Nullset. People to Men¬ tion: Jon and Spain 79, Sangria. Pe¬ ter still confused about me, Eric math on the phone. Mark my chem¬ istry partner, Chuck my oldest friend. Mike and Dave. No Long. Baby Slain. Toronto 80, Thanks Tan¬ ya for a great time. Mom and Dad its been different. Greg, the best is yet to come. " I ' m so bored with the U.S.A., Clash, Punk, nonconformity. I’ll miss it all. KATRIN SVEINSDOT- TIR , Afs Iceland! Ac¬ tivities: Cross coun¬ try, track, no nick¬ names, just about 3 ways of pronouncing Katrin. Thanks to everybody. Special thanks to my Host Family, Nauset and my Friends. It’s okay here, I just want one vanilla cone and something to eat. Love Katrin. JILL SHERMAN: Yearbook 3 % 4, Editor; Softball 1-3; ART!! Fun with Monica, Lisa, Bin, Andi, Cheryl, and . . . Cape Skate! Fiendish plans! RATZ! Sealand!! Being sly, Cu- ties. Paul? Special letters. Missing Monica! Mike’s, FAME! Pete? Fish, swampwater, snagging, pewter! McDonalds.!’ Geil’s Concert . . . are you O.K.? Soccer! E.S.P., Driving!! Monica and Lisa, you’ve made my life very special. Code names. Clothes, go wild! Being me! Mom, I love you. Dad, you too! Nau¬ set, it was nice while it lasted.sorta. 147 LEXA FORD: Lex, Honor Society 3,4; chemistry labs with Christy, history es¬ says with Wendy; analogies with Cathy-, Hyperbolic parabaloids with Mark; ten¬ nis in the rain with Eric and Sue-, arguing with Duncan and Mr. Bakker-, G S Bal¬ let, CJ band, Washington, Bermuda ”79”; 23 kids at the busstop, three tables at lunch, " Oh Cute!”-, Special thanks to mom, dad, and the rest of my communi¬ ty family. MICHELE KILLIAN: Soft- ball 2,3-, Soccer 3; Girls V. BBall stats 3. Summer ’79 SO at HOLDEN BEACH, N.C. w SM, SM, MV, BH. HAWAII, Here we come! March 7-22! Go for It! Summer ’80 w LH, LD, MH, CM, MH, CD. Con¬ cert w F.G. Nauset Beach w CM, NC Sky- sharks! Sue + Sheryl - forever in touch w $20 phone bills! M.D. - Hang tough ! Mom + Dad Thanks for all the sup¬ port! I luv ya! Jeff + Dad - thanks for helping with my car! DIANE C. BEUSEE: DC, Bid D, DeDe. Buzzy (the dog in the Wire fox terrier suit!) HELLO CAPE COD! It was quite an ex¬ perience meeting, BC, LT, MB, LT, PG, JF, JC, KH. CG. Encoun¬ ters with AB (BC Party) and thank you MB! Surprised Linda 9 6 80. Libby.- ' s Face haha. Goodbye, PG, HB, DQ, ETC. Buzzy at the beach, what a joke. Quarters, Just lean me against the wall Marty!! Houk a Blah! MARIA BRENNAN: Wellesley 1-3; Nauset 4; TANA - the pairs 1,2,3. Our F.L.’s (M T) JEANNE—the best sister ever-IIIANNE—my twin THANKS!!!SUPER SUMMERS ON CAPE COD!! M.B. (grasshop¬ per) Lots of love and happiness . . . 6 22 80. J.D. Best day of my life!!! Marlene—3 A.M. taxi, " A egg” 12 28 79.184- CCL!!! MOM DAD, I LOVE YOU BOTH!! We can’t return, we can only look behind from where we came .... . . SEE YA! 148 WENDY PUGSLEY: Wendle-, Pugs; Edith. European History with MA-, Happy Hours at lunch, VJ’s office. Art with Dl, Break¬ ing chemistry tubes with LB!!, Rochester; Much thanks to B E, J D, and my Community Friends. Thanks too. Mom and Dad. " Every moment brings a treasure of it’s own special plea¬ sure. AMY J. FADELY: " M”. Activities: Drama I, 2 , 4,. Music I, Exchange Stu¬ dent 79-80! (Suomi) Fin¬ land, what an exper¬ ience! Dancing! Party¬ ing!! Lori we grew up all right!!! Anne talking, laughing, we had great times! Cin, Bek, Chip and Dale! Mrs. E.! Mr. and Mrs. T, thanks for put¬ ting up with me. Mutti you were always there, thanks for caring. Matt I love you and care deep¬ ly!!! Many more good times to come!!! Hyra matka fokainen ja pitkai- kaisyys.! LISA BROWN: Lee. Thanks to all who helped me survive this madhouse: Mom and Dad, my music teachers in Boston (guitar, flute, S saxophone), Aerosmith, Jimiq IHendrix, Joe Perry Project, Jeff Beck, Led Zeppelin, The Stones, Fred W, AT, MK, MC, JR, and all my friends, Hal¬ loween ’79! Live on Woodsmen! Con- certs-n-crazies! Remember: the art room is 1! I’m looking forward to the future and am glad to leave nauset! JODI RAPOSE: Jo ; Jods. Good times with DG, KO, SE. It was a good Sum¬ mer, To Chris your loss not mine, but good luck. Melanie, you can be a pain, but you are my best friend, no more fighting with AA!! Debbie your spoiled sick, " MA " , BH, JR, KO, MC, LT, CD keep out of trouble. Frosty Gaylord Muffins 1. Thanks Mom and Dad, I finally made it. Were out of here! t 149 f.f.r r ' iWiV Ym r.r.ry. AA WA 4 A M A AM 4-4 SS MAGGIE LORANGER: " Smag”. Field Hockey 1-4, Tri-Capt. 4; Cheer¬ leading 3,4-, Softball I- 4 ; Nauset Beach l-D? " Summer of " 80 " ; con¬ certs w Wis, Quigs, ’Teve, Peach, Ben, Mi- key. Hey Lis, remem¬ ber 7 4 80? Didn ' t think so! Low cals. Jr. Prom, Thanx Tracy. Tracy. Glenn I miss you guys! Trips to Sa¬ lem NJ. Many special friends. To Lisa, the most beautiful friend ever. Thanks bud! T.T.M.G.P. I love ya! Bye Nauset, I’m Col¬ lege bound! LISA MONTGOMERY: Activities: Dave 1-4 and forever more, Davd and Billy vs. Jack Daniels, tell me a story, BEACHES, our black dodge, Conn. Booze cruise, Da¬ ve—my love is your’s always and forwver. Jill, your so special to me! Many times we won’t forget, what the Hell is that? Jellybeans, aspirins, " Tango " on skates, quails in the road. Monica, good luck in prep school. Lisa H, thank you so much for just being there. Mom, Dad thanks. MARGARET MARTIN: Peggi, Pegleg, Peg-Sue. Good times with AL, JM, DK, RM, TS, KP. Mixing Drinks of whatever and talking it all out with A. Par¬ ties. Sack out time! Long walks talks. They do ya alot of good. HALLOWEEN ' 78, ' 79. NEW YEARS EVE—a joke! Sunning fun- ning, looking at all the geor- geous guys. All of em. Feb¬ ruary vacation ’79. Fourth of July—a blast every year. Special thanks to my par¬ ents. Love ya Matt. WENDY HUGHES: Dana Hall-, Fresh¬ man Basketball-, dance; Senior-Sopho¬ more-, Preps. Nauset-, Soccer ' 79, okay Ben, you’re not a misogynist! Parlez - vous francais? Dennis and Chip. 22. Fig-Newtons Diet! Lisa, Wisconsin. Chris and Bubba. Disco. Good times with JRL. Hey Dipstick, Bet this one surprised ya. Huh! BRUCE BEALIEU: Hokey 1.5.4. Baseball 4. Good times with Pe- te(animal) Mac, M.B., J.M., J.Z. Duxbury game-a time to remem¬ ber, Good time partying with good friends. Wild surfing sum¬ mer with K.C., P.P. Senior year is excellent. THANKS to my loving girlfriend LESLIE for sticking with me through school and hopefully forever. I love you, MOM £ DAD. LAURA HEYD: Laura Jean, Jeannie. Ice Skating at L.C.S.C. Working at ROWENA’S B.D. Summer of 80 with E.D., M.K. , C.M., S.D., L.D Eric, thanks for everything! Hope your last two years are great! Mark, hate to say it but without my twin I would e lost. Lin¬ da you have been a fantas¬ tic sister! Thanks to all my family, teachers and friends. Last Heyd to come and last to go. Best to Frank Daly and Nauset! BEN ZEHNDER: Quebec ’79 more than just a ski trip. Hot wire a fast car. Germany ’80. Never buy a G. S. 455. Wellfleet, Nick, and bown burns. Someday I’ll buy a 750. ERIC SANDOR NAGY: Nag, Horse, BAND I-4-, Stage Band 3,4; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3, 4; ALG 3,4; Math League 3,4 Pygmy shooting with Berg- " Smack those Dads!” SCUBA, Snakes. " Oui Monsieur” and long hours of math with Sam, 6:00 a.m. for the exam. " Chick Peas, Tennis, Latin, et ce¬ tera. Remember Lexa?” Balloons from Peter and Sam. DE¬ BATE! Folks with KA, AP, and Dl. Mr. James, a wonderful teacher and person, I won’t forget you. Goodbye NRHS, Thanks! 151 STEPHEN SAVONEN: Ski¬ ing Quebec " 78”, what a time I had. MacDonald’s, I can’t believe I did that. Hitting the marsh at 3 a.m., bagging pheasant out of season. Cruising in Willie’s Mustang. Thanks to W.R., J.Q., B.W., P.S., J.J., C.E., M.N. and with love to Debbie-no one could have straightened me out any better than you did. And many thanks to my parents for helping me through high school and getting me started toward my fu¬ ture. ANNE LOHAN: Annie Banani, Gold¬ fish. Dancing, Student Senate, Ger¬ many ”80”, Soccer!! Wing it! Wee- tabix and Smithtown, Skiing with Stash and Jenni! Gunstock, K2, M § M’s, " The Bathing Suit”. Stash you did so! Utaaah! J.B. Thanks to my friends for being them and to Mr. Rice for not letting me say ”1 can’t”. Thanks to my family for helping me make it. Don’t say goodbye, just say see ya later. DANIELA INFIELD: Tennis 1-4 (co-cap¬ tain 3); stick ball 2-4 (tri-captain 4). Summer 80, beachin it w the Worth¬ less sisters, N.O. and HC on days off. Frankie n’ Annette, " Surf’s up!” Sum¬ mer eve’s w SS My Chem. buddies AW, LT, AB: " Why uh . . yes” English laughs W Hilarie and Wild-Bill. JG, what happened to my A computer er¬ ror? Where are you KA? JM, hacking ” . . . like ya read about.” Did I miss the bus again? So long Nauset! CRAIG TREMBLEY: Shop 1,2,3,4. Ginger 31 2-4-ever, Outrageous Bike Crashes with R.G. Backroom on Tuesday nights with RG, BK, P-Town runs at 3-, M-13; moke shows with the ”T” no more. The 27th of each month is special. B-Neck parties summer and winter, Jaggin’ with the dragon. Manic Mechanic, Let ’em roll, My Women from To¬ kyo; Thanx Ginny Muchly By Nauset high. PS Many concerts to come. Ain’t nothin but a party. 152 HILARIE A. CROSMAN: Much LuvZ Thanks to Chris, Dio, Anne, My Ar¬ nold’s buddies, and especially Scott. Carhopping with Katy, Jody, and Juney, for 2 excellent years. G. GRITZBACK and coffee house con¬ certs. Nauset Light with Chris, Anne, and numbed feet. X-mas in Philadelphia, Thanksgiving in New Hampshire—Thanx Christofferson! Skiing in Vermont -Maria Von Trappe. English with Dio and Wild Bill H.L.! Portfolio, art history, and Castle Hill in Summer, with many thanks to Mrs. Meldahl for her su¬ perb guidance. ANDREA LYNNE LUN- DEN: Andi, Droid. Band I, 2, 3; Work Study 4. " You’re such a honey’’-, Peggi do something! Nose picking with Mitch. Intense talks with Peg and Janet. Thanks guys! Partying with the gang— Pepe’s van Prom nights, Hey buns! Love ya bunches! Thanks Mom and Dad, you’re the greatest. Thanks also to Tommy, Lida, Kris, De, Bobbie, Lorraine, and es¬ pecially Jon. This isn’t the end, it’s the begin¬ ning .... CLAIRE KNOWLES: It has been a great four years with the Class of 1981. Nev¬ er forget your first day at Nauset John S.-, Hawii’79! Eddie B. Peter Me, Bakey, Allison H., Alex B., Jane H., Royal C., Study with John s., MRS. Campbell and the gang. Soccer 1-4. Thanks Mrs. Laning, P.W., Coach K, Mr. Rice Softball ’80. All my love and thanks forever Mom and Dad. Lunches, Community of Jesus, " Pur¬ ple people eater!” SIMEON WAT¬ SON: Slim, Slimy. Ski Club, Culinary Arts, Thanks F.D. for showing me the ropes. T.D. and C.T. good times and new ideas. Three steps, at the beach with A. H. Working at the S.S. with J.H., J.F. and A.F. Colorado here I come, look out A.H. Born to be wild. 153 ROBERT G. ANDREWS, JR: " Blob”. Elockey 2,3; Soccer 3,4 ; State Champs 3!; Band 10,4; OJFD: Student Council 4 ; Mr. D., I thank you for not yelling every time I screwed yu up! ORISA w RE, PM, MS, PJ, and the rest of the crew. Mr. J., thanks for putting up with all my BS! CAROLINE w Ray- mond! I leave Nauset to my brother Ed, hoping someone will straighten him out. Thanks M D, I owe you more than just one!! MARYELLEN ARSENAULT: Mel, Melon. Field Hockey 2, 3; Track Mgr 2-4-, Student Coun¬ cil 2, Secretary 3, President 4. Junior Senior Senate. Nation¬ al Honor Society 3.4-, ALG 4. Rainbows. The Shack. Nauset light. 1 4’s. Bethie! Negs! log. My Joey—not Mr. Wright. C D w Annie bananie! Carol and Ellen—my BESTEST friends ever! CM, EB, CT, ES, LB, LV, AW, LT, AB, CA, PJ, KS . . . . Thanks You Guys! Much thanks to all my teachers, friends, and my Mom ... I love You! STEVE KALINICK: Kal, Kow. Soccer I-4-, Hoop 1,2; Baseball I; Track 4; Junior Senate; Senior Sen¬ ate; Student Council 4. Birdin, fish¬ ing with Scott. Pool game at Oz- zie’s. Brown Spring Weekend ’80. Many good times with many good friends. Football after lunch with Bonz and Bettie, 3-4. S S with Gonzo, LVN, MW nn Mr. Wheln, You: ' ve been great. Thanks. Don’t be dismayed at good-byes-, a fare¬ well is necessary before you can meet again ” Thanks for the memo¬ ries, Nauset. KATRINA OLSON: Kat, Trina, Mom Dad thanks for everything. The best of luck to all my friends in the future. Cat (Cathy) remember all the long talks on the phone and the trip to Connecti¬ cut. Thanks for all the booze cruises in the sil¬ ver streak. All the good times I’ve had since I’ve meet with CM, JR. CA, LH, JS, TM, MB, And ev¬ eryone else. Thanks to Bay for all the pleasant rides when I’ve had a tuff day at school. FBLA 2,3,4. Thanks Nauset. ALLISON BRIER: Alley Cat. Student Council 2-4, yearbook 3 and 4, Can¬ ada Quebec city 1978, summer 1979, North Americans, V.S. Girl’s State 1980, Jules; thanks for all the great memories NYC, Ann-, where is my belt? P.B., Ann’s get together 6 80, Miami, Riunite, .B.F. at Lisa’s, Lisa ; so much to say for all the good times in the past and so many hopes for the future. Thanks. For my family; I appreciate you all more than I let on! SUSA N RIOUX: Suicide Pony — Hobbies-4x4s- horseback riding- skiing- parties-sailing — Re¬ member? C.C.P.R. Sept. 80’ H.C.?D. and J. at N.B. on Pnight? Thanks to D.S. for being there. Eastern States Exposi¬ tion 80’! Thanks to M and D R. for the help through the years. Riding the R.R.B. M.R. slaughtering chickens. Thanks to for no help fixing D.T. Thanks to D.B. for the stereo. My love and tired muscles to Bubba, Sugar and evil kittys. JANET G. MITCHELL: Mitch, Planet. Being insane. " Go Eskimo” Nose mit¬ tens are in! " Slice of Life” To be Scot¬ tish means Independent. Troubles with the Bucket of _. " Let’s get close” Truisms. Summer of ”80” with Eric, Doug and Pete. " Stop it or my brother will beat you up!” Fun on the ”B”. Prom ”80”. Riunite; Southern Comfors. " The Sun People”. . are you alright Andie? Peg and Andie, Thanks. Smile Eric! To Petra . . . god help you! aSs.— Off ’ PHIL PAINTER: Felipe. Soccer ,1, 1. Hockey 1,2,4? Summer 80’ - One not to be forgotten. Thanks to my surf-bud- dies, SE, KC, SM, ML, BB, for making it real. A spe¬ cial thank you to every¬ one for the times to be remembered in £ out of school, you know who you are, hang loose! Much is owed to a great friend £ a great dad. L.F. off to Cal. in search of perfect waves £ endless summers. 155 EDWARD BENZ: Bonz. Activities: Class President 1-4, Student Council I- 4, Soccer 1-4, Basketball 1-4 Co-Capt. 4, Tennis 1-4, Capt. 3,4. Summers with T. T. Good times that will never end. C.M. like a sister. ANTHRO and OZ, it’s been real. Good luck Buck. Thanks Mrs. Campbell and Mr. Milbier. To my countless friends, you”re the great¬ est. Mom and Dad THANKS and I love you. JOHN W. SCHARLACKEN: " Monseuer Buford Figaro,” (Memories From Texas): Hugh O’Brien Youth Foun¬ dation Leadership Seminar; Junior Achievement and NA book-, Newspaper-, Presi¬ dent Medical Explorers Post-, Masque Gavel Soci¬ ety-, Speech Drama-, Opti¬ mist International Oratori¬ cal Finalist; Mu Alpha The¬ ta-, French Honor Society; contributor Pegasus Liter¬ ary Magazine; National Honor Society. Thanks to JW, JB, IN, EP, HI to Al, Dave, Pete, Ralph and the gang. Love and thanks to Mom and Dad. JONATHAN TUBMAN: Man is indefinable be¬ cause at first he is noth¬ ing. Afterwards, he is his life and nothing else. Only he determines the answer, his nature. He will answer to no one but himself and is solely re¬ sponsible for his actions. In this manner he enjoys the ultimate, he is what he wills, he controls his existence. Subjectivity is the turning point. Exis¬ tence preceeds essence. What is is. MARY LOU CORDEIRO: ”Lou” Cheerleading 2-4-, M.E.D. 2-4-, 6 of us . . . in the starr zz. Annual Campouts? L.R., M.L.; Thanks for? Lauren wooden- legged grasshoppers. Marie, 7:00 am. Kim M. sleeping in the bug. Echo 85. Tina I miss love you. Ann W. you’re special. Traleebert, your shoulder’s soggy. Nantucket. You don’t owe me any money! Shoes socks. Sleeping on the FH; Bologna Sandwiches. Deci¬ sions. Making ponds. I-4-3-7 6 8 79-80. I’ve learned a lot. " We can make our plans, but the final outcome is in God’s hands.” NANCY LAUREN SWENSEN: Yearbook 4, Ski Club, Pho¬ tography I 2, Rainbow and " Bradlees Parties”. Party¬ ing, concerts, cruising cutting school. Thanx to my best friends, Cheryl, Fiona, Debbie, Carolyn Birne. If it wasn’t for you guys. I’d never make it through these past years. And for just being there when I needed a friend. Thanks to all my other friends, but most of all thanks Mom Dad, I love you both! Favor¬ ite Saying: " Cherish Yester¬ day ... dream tomorrow ... . live today”. JENNIFER HAWKES: Hawk. Soccer; 2- 4; Basketball Manager 2,3; Girl State 3. Maine ’79. Soccer Camp ' 79, Chico, Rice, Wheatbix, Diving heads, Jug¬ gling. Skiing IQ’s, Moguls, 360’s. Gun- stock ’80 with Anne and Stasia. The Bathingsuit! Banani and Stash your the best! Sailing takes me away. Dreams never die just the dreamer. I want by understanding myself to un¬ derstand others and become all that I’m capable of becoming. Thanks PF, BM, and Mom for your never ending love and support. LINDA CHRISTINE BEUSEE: LCB, Lin, Fuzzbuddies, Too Baaad, Whatever, Calm Down, YNEAH! Remember 9 6 78 Martha? Sum¬ mer of 79 with Martha, Libby, David, Patty, Mary, Debbie, Ran¬ dy, Glenn, Mark, Courtney! CDs at Double Dragon! Prom with Chris! Nauset, Kevin’s Cottage, 4-wheeling, Thanks Heidi, for everything! Thanx Libby! Thanx Martha! Summer 1980, Orleans Cardinals; Please Rain! The voice of the O.C., CHRIS GREIM-12, A and F! Laurie + Kevin! OP Sail 80 Taxis in Boston. WEO! TSHUSSCH! MELISSA HATCH: Missy, Miss, Hatch. Summers of ’79 ’80. Debbie and the hot chocolate. Juanita, your a great friend, good luck al¬ ways. Wendy thanks for being my friend for giving me your half. Hey JB DF don’t forget chemis¬ try—Oh No Mr. Bill! Hey Janis, someones in the bed! Bye Nancy—I remembered! Hey Steve, I made it. Mom Dad—someday I’ll know what I want to do. Jimmy I love you. Bye Nauset. 157 Charles Smith: " Mess” " Just a little futher " New Hope for The Wretch¬ ed”. Crazy Lou and the " TANK”, trips to Hanover. " Hey Mike lets go hunt¬ ing”. Sam and Dr. Johnny, Death Army. Let the " Nullset” destroy you day.” The way you strut makes me sick. Your a member of a no future click. " Look around you " J” boy, your time of rule has come to an end. We re the " NULLSET” gone but not forgotten. Mark Bettencourt: SOCCER I, 4. Golf I, 4. Florida " 79”, Best time of my life so far! Bars with S.M. Brown " U” 78-80! Keene State with J.M., P.M. Major F.U.! Bummer. Crystal Lake! Summer " 80”. " Rocky Point” with D.M., J.M. 48 devided by 3? Duxbury game with B.B.! WHAT GAME? Freshman year at K.C.’s. Thanks mom and dad for under¬ standing! LATER NAUSET! Anne E. Thompson: Drama 4, French 1-3, Lotts of thanks to A.F. and L.W. from school, P.H., N.V., P. C.W., S.G. (Boomer) and the others from H.H.F. that kept me going. SHADOW, RAGTIME, MAX (KIL - CORAN), EVENTING!! Dres¬ sage, Crosscountry, Whow Jumping. Special THANKS to my Parents for their sup¬ port and money in my equine work also to big brother for occasional good advice. LOVE ALWAYS to M.S.A. and W.E.F. My beasts. Jane A. Hersey: Mple., Boston, Nauset, A.B. Remember that sign? Christmas shopping in Hanover with C.K. and R.C. The wrong pizza at Papa Gino’s. Chemistry with C.K. To my Lab Partner, C.K., I leave one broken crucible and some black chemi¬ cal that shouldn’t have been boiled. Sailing, Maine, and sum¬ mer friends. Hey, A.B., Macbeth said to say " HI”. (Ha., Ha.) R.C. we’ll get to Boston sometime. Compliments of THE HOUSE OF YARNS 115 A Route 6A, Orleans, MA 255-4598 158 1 Hr V Carol Moore: Seymour, What a scream. Sailing. E.O.F.M. Stratagies. Stang. Ermies. Norway, I’m coming back. Unforgettable times with Jorie. Wake up sssservice. Luck to Heidi, Jean, Laurie. Purple. Vshots. Pan¬ cakes. Ed a special friend and more. REFROSTY. Problems with Jim but good times too. Never enough thanx to Mel the perfect friend. LOG. Beau¬ tiful times with Buzzy. Life must go on, but memories will linger forever. Mom Dad thanxs for your love and support. Sean Nevin: Flynn. Activi¬ ties: Soccer 1-4, Hockey 1-4. Blow the doors off em’ ; Molly Hatchet, AC DC, ZZ TOP. Michelob. Many highs at New Beach with Yacko. Good times with P.R. 76 Cutlass Surpreme, 1. Par¬ ing with P.R., J.J., P.S., B.W., K.H., F.B. Surfing with J.H. G.G. Getting tubed (some¬ day). Greatfields Rd. Janu¬ ary 26 at Skaket Beach. NE- DAMANSKI! Junk yard dogs. Keep Flying High! ’ ' ■4A ' ' T.vL 1 f. ' Royale Denise Condit: Crisco. Moo-Alloooo! JEEZUM! Rainbow. Rocky Horror with Dennis C. Math class and CAKES. Fu’s ball at ZONKAS in Royalton. Bobby McCarthy and his moons! VER¬ MONT, IT’S MY WAY OF LIFE! To Bev, Stan and family-, I’ll always love you. To Nauset’s teachers-, My name is ROYALEnot Tammy! No beginning, there’s no ending. There’s no meaning in my pre¬ tending. Believe me, life goes on and on and on. -Queen-. Compliments of the WORLD OF WATSON’s Orleans David Nowick i: Adam raised a cam. Dumpmaster. Oh yeah. Little Further. Dr. Johnny. War party. I hate you. Kill than, Kill again. Butler H.S. The Brothers. The Tanic. No Long. . 159 Janis L. Bodamer: " Bo”, Boat, " The Spy”, Barquito. Softball 3, 4. Hey Ba- key! Missy $ Jimmy. Hey Chris Mar- cey good luck. Chris remember Chemistry with Mike and Terry! I need a Coke! Tami trying to sing Jes¬ sie! Remarkable " Mafia Leader”. Mr. Rice thanks for having confidence in me out on second base. Martha hit her, she doesn’t belong on the high¬ way with rollerskates. " Running Against The Wind”. Chris remember that day in gym? Missy remember Ghost in 237. Hey Katrina Cathy! Goodbye NAUSEV. 160 Martha KrolL Basketball Hockey Cheering I, 2. Jimmy 2, 3 forever. Best times with L. F. NANTUCKET, gd many more sis! D. H.-N. E. Dragway, E.J.’s party, T.P.-where are we? Thanks to Mom, Dad, Fern Laurie for giving me love support. Thanks to everyone who helped me graduate ear¬ ly. I dedicate my last two years to Jimmy Boland for making it worth while. Well, we are on our way to the big FLA. I love you forever. Susan L. Young: Winkie . . . P.C., Scorpion, Youngster. Soccer 1-4, Softball 1-4, 16 (Prep School). HAWAII 79, Playing Frisbee, Mauii Wawii in P.J’s. Riding Black Horses During Soccer. LISA, I’ll miss your laugh. Piggy Chinese Pineapples, Han¬ govers. Surfing and Quar¬ ters and Great times with Bakey Drawn. Good Luck Cuzens and Bamle Creath. Back Room, P-T, B-52’s. I’ll never forget my FRIENDS. Michael S. Nagle: Basketball I, 2, Detached 3, 4, starship trooper. Good BANDS! Yes, Rush, Speed- wagon, Neil Young, Good Friends! C.S., D.N., L.C. Testing the bounds of reality with the Null Set, slinging the bubbly Am¬ ber, " At Night We Ride through the Mansions of Glory.” Hiking, Jamming, Yes show ’79, " Sugar Mountain” March ’81-?, Pandora, love ya kid! The punks shall in¬ herit the earth. r NtM , 4 ! s ' 1 i k v Clyde Walsh: Wide Clyde, Billy Clyde. Soccer, Basket¬ ball, Baseball 1-4. Basketball with Marauders, Baseball with J.R. Skins, Mugsy and Scooter. How you doing? I’m living! Math with Dun¬ can, Jennifer, Ozzie. Thanks for the help, it didn’t work. Many good times with Robin, Deanna, AM, Mark and Ed. Thanks for being there when I needed you, and putting up wi th me. Oz, I wish you luck in the future and hope to keep in touch. Karen Marie Dessauser: If your heart is full of love, you always have some¬ thing to give. Alexandra P. Beswick-Alex. Skiing. Midnight bikerides. Volleyball with J.W. and the rest of the guys. Cape Cod summers. Swimming. Vicar. Chem. Labs with R.C. (I’ll nev¬ er forget!) Shakespeare with J.H. and all those other classes together. All my friends, too many to list. Special thanks to my parents, for just being there. I leave Nauset with sad¬ ness and happy memories. " And, departing, leave behind us footprints on the sands of time”. H.W. Longfellow ij; i.j; Mark Osgood: Sports I, 2, 3, 4. South Orleans with Bonz and Anthro. Nauset Beach and John¬ ny’s pizza. Study with the gang. Lucky 13. Thanx Rob and AM. Ed punctured lung in chemistry? Pool parties. Jim, Ed, here’s dust in your face. Baseball with J.R., Henhouse, Scoot, Billyclyde. Spanish with Carol, Mark. Condi¬ tional of Ganar, ELLIYOS. Dave those gals? Tracy too much laughing. DEANNA , prom New York, Springfield, Lakes, Memo¬ ries forever, take care. Thanx everyone. When’s the reunion? MOM. DAVID FREEDOM: library hangout - time to make new friends, for two great years - End of the road. - " Foooyboy” - Will miss D.C., S.P. C.S. S W.B - " DAVY” Love those Cheerleaders - Paving the way for D.D. MATT MCPARTLAND: Basketball I; Baseball I; Wrestling 3, 4. Thanks to Mr. Wilkinson for his fine mathematical instruction; to the school for the cheapest meal in town. Thanks to ED King for raising the frinking age on me. T.W.G.B.E. Spark n’ Spatt Inc. RICFIARD HAZEN III- Activities: Band 1-4, Chorus 2-4, Stage Band 2-4, " My thanks to Mr. Scanlon for his guidance and FBJ for his work with the band. Also, my SCUM.” I leave Nauset with the idea that all of my hard work has m-ant something. TERRY DOUCETTE: Moto racing, camping in Nickerson State Park, partying, smokin hooters, getting chased by the O.P.D. Biting onto chains, having keg parties (galore) Jam sessions. Watching sunsets, 5:30 AM express. " Sayings - Let’s blow this ghetto, Hey skinbag, fiyaddle. Holy shot, Hey Cappy, Spark another hooter there, Josie. Thank you T.M. for all your patience and understanding. And to my mother for all her support. Thank you J.D. for all your guidance. You were truly a great help. I don’t believe it, but I’m out of here. Later Nauset! TONY ESTRADA- Activities. Drama I, 2. Work study 4. A.L.G. almost Favorite sayings: " Let’s be real” " Bad scene” " What was I gonna say?” Crusing in the Montego. Boston the day before Thanksgiving with J.B., J.B., A.H., S.R., C.B. . Waterskiing off the old 50 with old Jack to keep us warm. Good times down Countryside w A.H. and the B brothers. Truchin 50’s style. " I just hope it starts. " I leave Nauset with the feeling it wasn’t worth it.” BETH SYLVER: Sheba, Bethie, " 77 Bust with Laurie. Trips with Leslie, Marty, Jen and Laurie. Skanky people! Long days and late nights on the Truro Dunes. Bad rides! I’m sorry I’m late, but we ... Grateful Dead in Maine. Sabbath and Cult in Boston. Thanks to Leslie, Annie, Julie, Laurie, Jen, Daph, Tracy, Terri, Doug and Mr. Collins for listening. Special thanks to Mom and Dad for understanding me. What a long strange trip it’s been! ROBYN MARCIEZYK: " Bob” Special thanks to D.B., K.Q., M.R., D.M., K.S., All the Walkers . . . Hang in there Wendi? Summer Field Day of ’79. Sunsets ... Full moons . .. Bob Seger! ILY Doug, you will always be special to me. I owe my high school years to you. HYDROPLANNING!? .. .I’ll always hate you S.H. Thanks Mom Dad. We didn’t get along but you helped me make it through high school. Where next Shiiip? DE KERRY: A.L.G. White Mts., have we come. Thanx to A.L. (our talks) P.M., J.M., B.R. ., N.B. - good luck Parties in Pepe’s Van Doubles with Andi, Backroom: Stephanie, The Sun. Beth, let’s leave school. Stuck at BP. Bakey - Let’s CHOW! What happened New Year’s Eve? Summer-parties, late nite swims. Trips with R.P., J.S., M.M., B.S., B.S., L.S., K.W. Miss you! Thanks for the best 2 years, Nauset. ROBIN E. ALLISON.- " Pepe,” Pepe La Pue. Work Study 3-4. Many thanks with love to Doc Sandy. Partying down Nauset in the " van” with 23. Van Halen, Tom Petty and lots more. Rum Coke as in ’51. Proms Crank. Love to Jean with memories. Many high times with people of the night. Cosmic Debris, Sounds of Silence. Sweetstuff. Do it in the road. Astra. Mickey Mouse. Go slow. Later, John. Good Bye, Nauset. Hello U.S.A. Lori Walken (Crank) DRAMA. A.F. and A.T. - It’s been real! Good times at Nauset Beach. Advice for Jean. Psycho Duck. Good times with J.G., R.A A.L. J.B., D.M., J.H., D.B. . Lots of love to Baby John! Love on D.K. Green Machine. Double it and do it! Custom - Riunite - Whiskey - Mish. - Ubanghis - Conferences True love and honesty - Doug! Doug, I love you and always will. We’ve been through a lot and had great times! Many more to come! Lisa Allysson Hall: Lis - Sophomore Prom - Hey Ann, where’s Lisa? Junior Prom OH BOY! G.G. I’m sorry and IWALY. Keep on surfing and drawing those bolts! California . . . someday. Love to L.T., A.W., L.M., N.G. Thanks for everything. Lisa D. Special thanks to you. Mrs. Walker, thanks. To my family, without you I never would have made it, love you. J.S. the best with B.G. The future awaits . . . goodbye Nauset. Patricia Milliri: Germany, Hey Gerda. How are ya, Kid? Chris, Amy and Barbara Ya Man! You shouldn’t of let me carry the wine ... Ziggy, Garfield. Hola Carolina, AA, Summer ’ ) P-town with Chris and Rita. I HATE THE MOUNTAINS OF TRURO!!! Frogurt attacks (peach in the bottom, chocolate on the top), talking with Jamie about mad crushes. Hey, Herbie baby! US t ,tf! ' ‘.SSSSg s,% gs L ’feSSnS I " : » . • We the 1981 Yearbook Staff wish to thank the faculty and stu¬ dents for their cooperation and understanding in preparing the 1981 NAUSET TIDES Yearbook. We also wish to thank all those who sponsored pages or donated money to help us make this a memorable book. To the Class of 1981: WE HOPE YOU WILL ACHIEVE WHAT IS WITHIN YOU. 164 NAUSET REG H S LIBRARY


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