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North Attleboro High School North Attleboro Massachusetts Volume 37 To say that you give your free time unself- ishly to students, friends, and fellow faculty members would be an understatement. You have virtually dedicated your very lives to the sharing of ideas, insight, and knowledge with all of us at North Attleboro High School. The Honor Soci- ety, the Yearbook, and the summer curriculum committee reflect but a few of your many involvements. Never have you sought recogni- tion or reward. Today the staff of the 1977 Northern Light Yearbook recognizes the countless contributions and the warm personal friendships of Martha and James Frutchey. We dedicate this book to them who, during our years of high school, have given us a glimpse of true dedication and com- mitment. From the YB ' 77 Staff . . . Top right: Houda Al-Amir — School Staff, Index. Above: Li,sa Scorgie and Sue Winsor — Activities. Right: Karen Jourdenais — lafitorial Assistant. Fall, ' inter. Spring. People, places, events. As the seasons change, so do the people and activities at North Attleboro Fiigh School. Each season prompts a special sport, a special day. Each season provides a special memory. This 19’ ’ ' Yearbook tries to recapture those activities as they occurred dur- ing the past academic year. The Yearbook Staff invites you to recall the fresh- men and football in the fall, the College Bowl and the slave auction in the winter, and the seniors in the spring. We hope you enjoy the memories. 6 Top left: Sue Winsor — Activities. Top right: Cathy Flanagan — Underclassmen. Above: Sue Gariepy — Sports. Right: }incx. Onoyan — Editorial Assistant. 1977 Northern Light PrcxJuction Staff Senior Editors: Pam Perkins Betty Salesses Lisa Scorgie Junior Editors: Houda Al-Amir Dave Balut Nora Broughton Sue Gariepy Sue Winsor Sophomore Editors: Cathy Flanagan Joanne Onoyan Editorial Assistants: Karen Jourdenais Janet Onoyan Karen Richardson Lisa Segel Lori Van Dusen Lynda Van Dusen Business Manager: Philip Saulnier Staff Artists: Paulette Labrie Jane MacKenzie Photographers: Lynn Correia Lori DeBlois Howard Harrop Don Martino Gina Palmucci Ed Pariseau Jim Winsor Advisors: James Frutchey Mary Ellen Samma r In this section . . . Administration . . . Faculty Support Services . . 12 14 20 Administration 12 Above Left: William Wassel, Assistant Principal — " Well, I guess it’s that time of the year again.’’ Above: Alfred Slowe, Occupational Education Director — " I never feel bad when the camera breaks, but please hurry up because I haven’t got all day.” Below: " That’s right, Mr. Hanold. You will have cafeteria duty for seven peri- ods a day next year.” Below left: " Mr. Shockro, your head is the only thing that shows because I hap- pen to be the star of this picture.” 13 Theresa Ashe, English Robert Aussant, Biology Charles Ayotte, French Thomas Baccala, Music Elaine Bedard, English John Bellissimo, Electricity Lloyd Benson, English John Bevilaqua, Language Department Head Vincent Baldasaro, Social Studies Raymond Beaupre, Physical Education Jean Armstrong, Art David Arnold, Mathematics Michael Arnone, Auto Mechanics 14 Mary Blenner, Resource Teacher, Special Needs Richard Bonenfant, Resource Teacher, Special Needs Roland Brousseau, Math-Science Coordinator Arthur Canuel, Power Mechanics Barbara Carr, English Roderick Cavedon, Computer Programming Ronald Christianson, Music Supervisor Rosemary Coughlin, Resource Teacher, Special Needs Doris Daley, Spanish Josephine Dawson, School Nurse Robert Dennis, Distributive Education Sandra Dennis, Student Activities Coordinator Patricia Doyle, Guidance Counselor 15 Paul Fernbcrg, Typing William Flannery ' , General Business Mary Lou Foley, Reading Fdward Fox, Guidance Counselor Martha Frutchey, Social Studies Elizabeth Graass, Guidance Counselor Jeffrey Grant, Chemistry Robert Ciuthrie, Social Studies Carol Duhamel, English Marcel Duhamel, French Robert Faxon, Chemistry Roger Frechette, Social Studies James Frutchey, Social Studies Alice Hall, Typing Robert Hanold, English 16 Liz Humeston, Home Economics Susan Hogan, Business Math Frederick Horan, Mechanical Drawing Sandra Huidobro, Spanish Elizabeth Ingram, Child Development Clinton Johnson, Earth Science Peter Johnson, Head Guidance Counselor Marilyn Kass, Mathematics Frank Kelley, Jr., German Frank Kelley, Sr., Auto Mechanics Cornelia Kulczyk, Media Coordinator Margaret Laliberte, Stenography Pauline Leaver, English Victor Lister, Humanities Coordinator Brian Marsden, Art 17 Robert Rawding, Biology Myron Reimer, Chemistry Harlene Robert, Mathematics Pamela Rossi, Physical and Health Education Jean Mcxrn, Accounting Helen Mullen, Media Specialist Barbara Murphy, Physical Education Lee Norris, Mathematics Arthur Nunes, Biology Robert Perfetto, Composite Metals John Perkoski, Guidance Counselor Kenneth Pickering, Physical Education Evelyn Ramalhete, Clothing Mary Ellen Samma, English Charles Schwing, Mathematics Fred Sherry, Mathematics Edward Shockro, Social Studies Frank Speeckaert, Social Studies Rolf Tallberg, English Mary Talty, Office Practice Phyllis Thibault, Latin Roger Thibault, Social Studies Walter Valley, Carpentry John Vandereecken, Mathematics Carolyn Wachta, Art Susan Young, Home Economics Not Pictured . Jane Alonzi, Graphic Arts James Barry, Graphic Arts Joyce Costa, Mathematics Emily Powers, Biology Richard Smith, Biology Virginia Waynich, English 19 J Above: Secretary, Mrs. June Crosta — " I think I look better without my glasses. What do you think?” Above far right: Secretary, Mrs. Mildred Con- nor — " I can finally get some peace and quiet while my picture gets taken.” Right: Secretary, Mrs. Cynthia Dcx)little — " I like to stand, but it’s ridiculous when I have to stand for three hours in one position just to have my picture taken.” Below far right: Secretary, Mrs. Eleanor Pike — " May I help you?” 20 Left, Teacher Aides: Steven Robertson, Mary Lou Vandal, Martha Crawford, John LaCroix. Below, Cafeteria Staff, first row: Manager, Beatrice Leary, Carol Balut, Pat Gignac, Gloria Beardsworth, Noreen Brunell, Rosemary Toole, Elsie Maione, and Terry Derois. Second row: Helen Theriault, Rose- mary Ellis, Shirley Mobriant, and Irene Rioux. 21 In this section . . . Saturday Afternoon 24 Football 26 Cheerleaders 30 Marching Band 32 Majorettes 34 Drill Team and Color Guard 36 Field Hockey 38 Cross Country 40 Powderpuff Football 42 Freshmen 44 Freshman-Sophomore Social 54 Sophomores 56 Saturday Afternoon at N.A.H.S. Saturday afternoon at the football field. A time for old and new classmates alike to cheer for the Big Red. The autumn leaves fall slowly to the ground while the older people in the bleachers look back to their playing days at NAHS. Confetti fills the air when North scores, pride runs throughout the bleachers. " Red Fever” is all around. Students know that some- day they too will return to watch their town play. Football The 1976 Red Rocketeers opened their season with a 34-6 victory over traditional rival Bishop Feehan. After a close first half. North’s new wide-open offense, led by Quarter- back Carl Hebert, struck for two T.D. passes and one T.D. run. The victory was dampened when Tri-Captain Bill Cavalieri hurt his knee, an injury that sidelined him for the season. North next met the Sharon Eagles under the lights at Community Field, where they built up an easy 21-0 halftime lead and held on to win, 21-14. The key play of the game was a 5 5 -yard return of a blocked point-after- touchdown kick by Tri-Captain Rick Sanville. North next travelled to Canton, only to be shutout by a tough Bulldog defense, 7-0. North bounced back the next week with a 7-6 win over Stoughton. In that game. North scored the first time they had the ball on a 17-yard pass from Hebert to Wide Receiver Mike Redding. Although North had a wdde edge in the play, it took a great defensive play by Tri-Captain Mitch Meyer to save the victory. North’s next game was against the King Philip Warriors where they lost a 21-13 thriller. The fans were treated to a great passing show as Hebert completed 15 passes for the day, ten of them to Redding for 183 yards and two T.D.’s. North was behind for much of the game but ended play on the K.P. one-yard line as time ran out. After this, the Red Rocketeers were due for an easy game, and got it in a 28-6 win over the Foxboro Warriors. Returning home the next week to play Oliver Ames, North’s ground game compiled 336 yards in rushing as the offensive line tore huge holes in the Tigers’ defense. The next game was one that will be remembered for many years to come. The undefeated and heavily-favored Mansfield Hornets paid a visit expecting to take out years of frustrations on the Rocketeers. " Big Red” had different ideas, however, and won an astoundingly hard-fought vic- tory, 21-20. Scoring highlights of the game included a 26- yard pass from Hebert to Fullback Jay Gaboury and a one- yard plunge by senior Mike Schmidt. North then played Franklin and suffered a controversial loss to the Panthers, a protested pass-interception call set- ting up Franklin’s go-ahead score. For the fourteen Rocketeer Seniors, Thanksgiving Day symbolized the dream of all NAHS football players — a win over Attleboro. Led once again by the passing combina- tion of Hebert and Redding — good for five completions, 164 yards, and two T.D.’s, North scored a come-from- behind victory over the favored Bombardiers, 13-7. Mike Redding received the L. G. Balfour trophy as the game’s Most Valuable Player. Post-season honors went to Mike Redding and Mike Schmidt, All-Hockomock-League Selections. Chosen to the Sun-Chronicle All-Star Team were Mitch Meyer, Gary Viera, Mike Redding, Carl Hebert, and Gary Carter. North’s Annual Unsung Player Award went to Dave Paulhus, while the Defensive Player Award went to Gary Carter. Above: " Slippery little devil, isn’t he. ’’ SEASON REC;ORDS X’arsHy N.A. A Bishop Feehan 6 N.A. 21 Sharon 14 N.A. 0 Canton 7 N.A. 7 Stoughton 6 N.A. 1,S King Philip 21 N.A. 27 Foxboro 8 N.A. 27 (Oliver Ames 0 N.A, 21 Mansfield 20 N.A T Franklin 14 N.A. 13 Attleboro 7 . I ' N.A. 18 Bishop Feehan 6 N.A. 18 Sharon 6 N.A. 0 Canton 6 N.A. 0 Stoughton 0 N A 6 King Philip 22 N.A. 0 Foxboro 20 N.A. 0 Oliver Ames 2 N.A. 21 Mansfield 20 N.A. 0 Franklin 6 26 Above, the Varsity and J.V. Football Kzms, first row: Bill Cavalieri, Mitch Meyer, and Rick Sanville. Second row: Mike Schmidt, Steve Rickard, Bob Thresher, Dave Paulhus, Kevin Schmidt, Gary Viera, Gary Carter, Kevin Blount, Joe Plath, Norm Achin, and Ken Greaves. Third row: Kerry Dolin, Randy LaCasse, Brian Turley, Jay Daly, Bob Mochrie, John Rabuffo, Jay Gaboury, Brian Patch, Carl Hebert, Tom Cronin, Chris Poholek, and Chuck Reinbold. Fourth row: Bryan VanLeeuwen, John Bourgeois, Ray Savard, Mike Brunell, Steve Shumila, Keith Waterman, Bill Curren, Bruce Bliss, Curt Wells, Matt Reynolds, and Roger Letendre. Fifth row: Ray Emerson, Don Johnson, Gary Beyer, Steve Savard, Chuck Shumila, Ray LeClerc, Chuck Averill, Mark LaBonte, Bob Pouliot, Mitcb Forbes, Scott Potter, and Bill Texeira. Sixth rawv John Kelly, Brian Ives, Abe Barker, Bill Robinson, Mike Redding, Tim Lalancette, Ed Cbretien, Greg Schmidt, Mike Kraskouskas, Frank Teixeira, and Rich Nolin. Seventh row: Bill Con- roy, Mitch MacDonald, Mark Barrett, Joe Fitzgibbons, John Bits, Kevin Wilber, Ed Trost, and Scott Mochrie. Eighth row: Kurt Hagarman, George Johnson, and David Boucher. Left: Defensive player, Steve Rickard, carries the ball. 27 Above, the Freshman Football first row: Tom Wilber, Randy Hebert, David Thorp, Michael Nolin, Keith Beyer, Lance Woodbury, Steve Dupli- sea, David Pratt, and David Astin. Second row: Jeff McGlashing, Timothy Redding, Bill Lepere, Joh n Simms, Tom Messier, Greg Horton, Jackie Johnson, Timothy McCretton, and Todd Johnson. Third row: George Nitso, Mark Andrews, Michael Fulton, Paul Fredette, James Butterworth, Shane McKenna, Russell Hall, and Michael Cavedon. Fourth row: Glenn Plante, James Savard, Brian Copely, John Chaplow, Shawn Jorde, James McNamee, Glenn Feder, and Mark Labrie. lop right: Coaches Perkoski and Beaupre — " Fifteen yards for what??” Bottom: The Senior and Sophomore girls show their spirit at the Homecom- ing rally. Opposite page, top left: Number 33 Jay Ciaboury — " Please pass the Buffe- rin!” Opposite page, top right: The Jumpy Juniors tell everyone " how bad they want it” at the Homecoming rally. Opposite page, middle left: The freshman float crew — " Why does our truck have to be the one that won’t start?” Opposite page, middle right: " Oh, no, it’s floating away! Now we’ll never get it back.” the Homecoming Queen .incl her court, from left ta right: Arnone. Mau- reen, McCil.iin, Denise S.iv.ird. Sue MHa ' ort, ()ueen, K.iren Ruh.irdson, (daire Butterworth, Steph.inie Rioux, .ind Jean I.,il-ont.iine. AhoiT. the ( ' heerlciulcrs, nZ nw: Se zel, T:imm (tom.i. .mil (, ' l.iire Butterwortli. Second you : K.uie (i.iulin. , Mi(!l;iiii, P.itriiia (Ih.irlcbois. .mil Donna V ' I ' hnd rou: .Mau- reen ( l.miN . Faul.i Sullivan, .mil Kim .M.iher. Vourth row: K.itln Kreisher. Football-Basketball Cheerleaders The Foothiill-Biiskctball ( !hc-crlc " .ulcrs at Nz HS had a year. It .started out witli summer praetiees and camp at Dean junior ( ' olle :e. There they placed second out ot ei ht sijuads in the overall lompetirion. IT sponsoring two dances and selling spirit pins, they raised $63“). In adilition to cheering at games, the (Iheerleaders made takes for the I-ootball .md Basketball teams and judgetl the Junior High iheerleading tryouts. During the comjxtition season, our girls islated fourth out of thirteen sc]uads at D.ivid Brout High ScIkk)!. At Franklin High St hook they pkuetl thirtl out t)f fourteen stjuatls. F ' or the first time, as well, the NAHS (iheer- leatiers hostetl tfieir own theering tompetition, raising $2(K). OppositL ' page, top right: Our piritvd ( ' hccrlciulcrs Opposite page. niiddU: Kim M.ilicr — " W ' c ' rc numlxT one Opposite page, bottom: Lisa Scgcl — " Now hear rhi lapt: Our Senior girls. Pat C. ' harlebois ((, ' aptain) and Donna Vanilal Below: The Famous NAHS All-Ciirl Ka oo Band Bottom: " Make sure you get me in ff w arv |B KAt tf ■i Ss. S xj SSSSsS jV rfr 1 1 Marching Band The North Attleboro High School Marching Band, a talented group of 51 students, contributed a great deal of time and work to successfully represent the school at football games, rallies, and parades throughout the Fall season. Under the direction of Mr. Thomas Baccala, the students formed a very effective marching band which added spirit to games and rallies. Besides the football games, the Band also participated in various Bicentennial parades in the area and in the Homecoming Parade and Santa Claus Parade. This year the Band raised money by selling red and white stocking hats. Above left: Mark Cotter and Walter Cekala room T ' Wally, where’s the closest men’s Above right: Diane Sarrazin uses the fifty-yard line as a tight rope while balancing the NAHS Band banner. Right: Scott James — " Anybody got an Alka Seltzer?” Opposite page, middle left: Mr. Baccala — " All right, everyone, one more time from the top: ' Thousand bottles of beer on the wall . . .’ ” Opposite page, middle right: }oc Falacco — " The Band welcomes any and all contrib- utions.” Opposite page, bottom: Tammy Shaftoe — " Boy, am I starving! I wish Mr. Baccala would turn his back so 1 can whip out the peanut butter sandwich that I hid in this horn. " Top, the Band, nZ row: Brian Bagley, Debbie Boynton, Gary Hill- man, Joe Falacco, Bonnie LaChance, Doug Greene, Mike laconi.s, and Frank Kohler. Second row: Debbie Dalton, Sheri DiVittorio, Scott James, Tammy Knowles, Neal Coffey, Laurin Harrop, Sue Harrop, Bill Lepere, David Bull, David Tinkham, Kevin Chabot, and Mike Hustler. Third row: Evelyn Gledhill, Karen Jourdenais, Pam Riley, Mike Cote, Robert Holmes, jeannine Ducharme, Mike Nolin, Chuck Leland, Don Branagan, Tammy Shaftoe, Michael Ful- ton, and Vivian Ciledhill. Tourlh row: Cathy Dromsky, Marjorie Reed, Andrea Werner, Jim Cavanaugh, Walter Cekala, Bob Pouliot, Paulette Fabric, Janet Desroclie, Bill Schofield, Carl Friend, Christo- pher Loew, and Don Petrie. Pi lh row: Laura Lepere, Robert Jacpies, Mark Cotter, Dan Mallon, and Dan Richards. Majorettes The Majorettes filled their year with many activities besides their actual half-time performances at football games. They participated in the Spring Cioncert and Spring Festival, the Junior hiriety Show, parades, and rallies. They also enje yed a cookout and numerous parties and breakfasts. They decorated the bo s ' locker room and distributed cand ' and baked goods to the football team. To raise money, the girls .sold coffee and donuts to the adult education classes and spon.sored a very successful dance. The girls practiced during the summer and attended a Majorette clinic to perfect their rc:)utines fc:)r football season. Much help was also offered by their advisor. Miss Paula Roy. F ead Majorette Patty Roy ' s daring feat of twirling a flaming baton highlighted the year ' s events. Patty, coached for this special task by Miss Delores " Huffy " Rabuffo, could be seen out on the field with her hat off, her hair up, and a bucket of water close at hand. Fier successful performance added quite a bit of excitement to the usual half-time routines. Ahon: F.itty Paul secretly worries about facing the mess in her kitchen after a pre-game breakfast. R ghl: The Majorettes get ready for a half-time per- formance. Bilow. tfie Majorettes: l.eeann Cilinton. Brenda (dark. Patty Paul, Kathy Nolin. Lori VanDusen. l attv Roy. Sue Slawson. Sandy Desroche. Teal Shaw, and Laura Pierson. Drill Team Color Guard ' I ' lic Drill Team, under the direetion ot Debbie Blackbird, majorette, and landa h ' ournier and Maureen (iochrane, advisors, began their j ' lrat ticing in June and tontinued into the sch(X)l year. These D girls spent long hours mastering their routines, and this eUort shoued on the Held during their halt-time pertormances. The team also i ' arti(. ipateal in several holiday j ' larades and various competitions. The C. ' olor (luard, headed by Diane B.iyson, marched at foot- ball games and in parades, carrying the flags and school colors. Diane and several of the members of the dolor (iuard held a number of get-together breakfasts which were enjo ed by all. The dolor duard also opened the Thanksgiving Day game by joining the Attleboro High dolor (iuard in a routine. This joint effort t reated a splendid display of red, white and blue. vVc ' ' . ' Ji loinu H.irhiny. Ixarer. .iw.iitN the half-time pertorm.iiHe w ith uiuert.imt . Hd ' iu. the Drill nZ rau: Sue ' elletri. Kim l- ' ish. KelK Beaupre. I.inila I.etev re. 1 )ehr.i Hl.u. khiial. .Muhelle l..irm.i . K.itin lor. .iiitl l.ine K.irther. Sii ' Hii you: (.imi (.heiie . (iiixK B.ireiite.ui. l..iur.i l.epere. Joanne ()no an. Rohm (. ' ote. B.ttrio.i X ' elleiri. l.oren.i .Moore, .md I ' .im Rockett. lop. the (. ' olor (iu.ird, first roiv: I.vncLi l-kTthold. Doiin.i Lee, Oiane P.nson (ic)iilet, .ind IikIv I ' ortunc. SnonJ row: Linda Beaulieu, Darlene l.e,t: t lensine Hanlini;. lanet Onosan. (iind Mair, Debbie Lee. (iath L ' lan.igan Debbie aelin kl. Pam Peterson, and K.u (iallotta. . Iwt ' i,’ lo.inne ()no .in. (i.itlu l■la .l, .ln. l.aura Lepere ancl Kim l•ish |sei form their o ' . n version of tlie ( ' ,in-( ' .in from the ble.u liers. Ij.II: K.i ( i.illoit.i Top: Varsity players, Kathy Kummer and Kathy Gaskin — " Hey Kath, don ' t tell anyone, but I think that Canton player just lost her skirt! " Right: Patty McMorrow — " Hail!” Far right: Darlene Carney dashes to the rescue. Bflow, the Varsity team, ; .( row: Stephanie Riou.x, Rose Provost, Maureen Sullivan, Kathy Ciaskin, Kathy Kummer, Karen White- field, and Denise Savard. Second row: Patty Johnson, Mary Mac- Intyre, Karen Richardson, Donna LaFontaine, Maryjo Silva, Miss Connors, coach, Patty Legg, Sandy Dargis, Wendy Sim- mons, Patty MeXforrow, and Lynn Wells. Field Hockey The Fielti Hockey team finished its season with a record of six wins, four losses, and six ties. The team placed fifth in the league, the highest rank ever reached by the N.A.H.S. Field Hockey team. The girls, coached by Marcia Connors, worked well together and were described by their coach as " dedi- cated, enthusiastic, and determined.” Maureen Sullivan and Kathy Gaskin captained this year’s team. The team achieved a great personal victory when it won its second game against Franklin and stopped this team from entering the State Championships. In individual competition, Maureen Sullivan was judged Most Contributing Player, Lynn Wells received the title of " Best All Around,” and Cheryl Kraskouskas was named " Most Improved J.V. Player.” The J.V. team, coached by Pamela Rossi, ended its season by placing sixth in the league. The coaches look forward to an even better season next year with outstanding returning Varsity talent and excellent J.V. prospects. SEASON RECORD I ' arsity JV. NA 3 Stoughton 0 NA . 0 Mansfield NA 4 Mansfield 0 NA 0 Oliver Ames NA 0 Oliver Ames 0 NA 0 Foxboro NA 1 Fox boro 1 NA 1 Sharon NA 0 Sharon 1 NA 1 Canton NA 2 Canton 0 NA 1 King Philip NA 0 King Philip 0 NA 0 Franklin NA 0 Franklin 1 NA 0 Mansfield NA 2 Stoughton 1 NA 0 Oliver Ames NA 0 Mansfield 0 NA 0 Foxboro NA 0 Oliver Ames 1 NA 0 Sharon NA 0 Foxboro 0 NA 0 Canton NA 1 Sharon 1 NA 0 King Philip NA 0 Canton 1 NA 0 Franklin NA 1 King Philip 0 NA 0 Franklin 0 Below left, the J.V. team, m row: Debbie Hannan, Sue Vaillancourt, Michele Moxter, Darlene Carney, Karen Schmidt, and Faith Silva. Second row: Miss Rossi, coach, Lisa Arnone, Jean LaFontaine, Barbara Quackenbush, Kim Erickson, Cheryl Kraskouskas, Debbie Dalton, and Tracy Magnan. Third row: Sue Hillsman, Maura Tighe, Krissy Kummer, Cindy Quackenbush, Diane Martha, Marsha LaLiberte, and Kim Tinkham. Above: Rose Provost — " Anyone for soft- ball?” Ijeft: " Has anyone seen the ball?” Cross Country The Boy’s Cross Country team had a winning season this fall with an overall record of 9 wins and 7 losses. They placed fourth in the league. The injuries of John Flynn and Mike Atwill, captain, weakened but did not dis- courage the dedicated team. They placed third in the Hockomock League meet, and Coach Charles Ayotte expects the North runners to be even stronger next season. The girl’s team, co-captained by Lisa Grenier and Karen Lindstrom, enjoyed a good season with 4 wins and 4 losses. They placed third in the Hockomock League meet, and Lisa Grenier finished second in the individual standings. Lisa also captured the trophy for points scored while Sue Gariepy received an award for Most Contributing. Mrs. Susan Young, coach, was pleased with this year’s team but hopes for more participation next year. Right: Fred Di Vittorio, " Ayyy!” Right, the Boys’ Cross Country team, .( row: John Hobson, Peter Bannon, Mark Padula, and Scan Hanley. Second row: Bob Tetley, Kevin Houle, Fred DiVittorio, Charles Ayotte, coach, Mike Atwill, captain, John Flynn, Dan McCrory, and Dave Serpa. Third row: Rich- ard LaFontaine, Steve Scarpaci, Chris Loew, Gene Bouthillctte, Jimmy Paul, Don Branagan, and Dave Bull. SEASON RECORD Boys ' Team NA 30 Franklin 25 NA 20 Stoughton 41 NA 25 Foxboro 36 NA 23 King Philip 32 NA 37 Sharon 18 NA 26 Canton 32 NA 37 Oliver Ames 18 NA 17 Mansfield 42 SEASON RECORD Girls ' Team NA 24 Franklin 37 22 36 NA 25 King Philip 30 25 31 NA 40 Cantctn 21 30 25 NA 37 Sharon 19 34 21 Left: the Girls’ Cross Country team, first row: Rita Mulligan, Leslie Curren, Cindy Parlee, and Karen Lindstrom. Second row: Susan Young, coach, Karen Haug, Sue Gariepy, Lisa Grenier, and Norma Jourde- nais. Below left: Bob Tetley — " What a time for a ' Big Mac Attack’!’’ Below right: " Hey you guys! Wait for me!’’ Bottom: " Do you think this is how Farrah Fawcett Majors got started?” Powderpuff Football R h : Senior chccrlcaclcr. Mike Walker, srands atop the psraniid to proelaim vie- tor . Ab ' ii. the Powderpuff partieipants, .( row: Mike W ' aterman, Tom Johnson. Bob ■Moehrie and .Matt .Medarthy. 2rid roic: Diane Berg. .Maureen (dane . Beth Daly, (daire Butterworth. Trace (low. Joanne (iroke. Michelle Meyer, Tim Sheehy. Steve Ruk.irti. .Mike l.izotte. Steve Scarp aci and Frank Thomas, dtv row: Patty Johnson. Dianne Sarra in, Debbie Mercier. Donna Vamlal. Kathy Kreischer. Kit (Hover. Sue Purdy. Rose (iarroll. Karen Michaud. Paulette l.abrie and Andrea Werner. - row: Kathy (iaskin, I.ynn W ' ells, (iary ’iera. Sue I.acasse. Pam (ior- netta. Sandv IwBeau, .Marry Doble. Sue ISeaupre. Karen Richardson. Bambi .Mait- land and I.ynn (lobin. Sth row: Allison (, ' urren. Anne Vandette. Patt Me Morrow. Diane I.ckus. Patty I.egg, Nancy .Mattson. Karen Haug, (i.irol IMiss and Norma Jourdenais. hth row: Tammy (irosta. 7 ; rmi ' : Tammy Shaftoe. Val Clibson. Lyn-Su Wambolt. .Slar .Maclntcre. Sandy Dargis, Sally (ioyle. .Marsha Laliberte, Barbara Sutherland. .Mary ,Mc(dain. .Maureen Sullivan, Denise Savard. (, ' indy (Juacken- bush. Roe Doxsee and Rita .Mulligan, S H row: I’am Perkins. Katin Peterson, Kay (lalotta. Sue (lariepc. Michele .Moxter. Rita Doran, (i.irol Bonenfant. (diris, Barker. Barbara McDon.igh, .M.irv jo Silv.i. Robbie Rocha, and Dar- lene Derois. On the evening of (fttoher 3()th the Junior and Senior girls m et at (Community Ineld for the annual Powderpuff l oothall game. The Junior Jets were a strong and challenging oppttnent, hut the Senior Sharks proved to be stronger and captured the victory. The final score was about 13- 7 although no one is certain because the Juniors wanted only to quickly forget the whole thing and the Seniors were too busy celebrating to remember any- thing. A special personal victory was achieved by the spir- ited male cheerleaders when they, after many failures, perfected their pyramid. Top: Three Junior " guv . " Boh Nolin. Tom Johnson and Pliil Johnson, sliov. ' off their legs. Ahon left: The girls meet f.ite to f.ue on the field Above right: Mike Brunei! ser ed .is one of the to. u lies tor the Junior team. Ij:fl: One of the t heerle.ulers ' less siuaesstul .ittempts ,ii .1 pti .i mid. Above, ht row: Erin Achin, Scott Achin, Cal- vin Akers, Sam Al-Amir, Denise Akroyd, Anthony Alix, Mark Andrews, Lisa Arnone, David Astin. 2nd row: Mark Astin, Leslie Atwill, Steven Badger, Sharon Bagley, Jeffre Baker, James Baldasaro, Peter Bannon, Loui: Barker, Dennis Barnabe. Top: Lisa Coyle — " I’m stumped!” Above: Really getting into the music. Right: " What did he say. ?” ■Mir» d Freshmen 44 Left, 1st row: Maureen Barry, Wendell Barry, Tom Battesby, Melissa Beaupre, Kelly Beaupre. 2nd row: George Bcland, Richard Bedard, Shaunda Bellanger, Alan Bcllavancc, Lee Bil- lingkoff. 5rd row: Keith Beyer, Donna Birs, Dale Blanton, Robert Bonin, Diane Bonneau. 4th row: William Bosh, Jay Bourgeois, Steve Bowman, Tim Boyle, Russell Brower. 4th row: Karen Burns, James Butterworth, David Butler, Maria Camero, Glenn Cameron. 6th row: James Card, Sue Carey, David Casale, Mark Case, Darcy Castro. 7th row: Mike Cave- don, Cliff Cehelsky, Walter Cekala, Neal Chabot, Charles Champagne. 8th row: Paul Champagne, Patty Charette, John Chaplow, David Cherette, Carol Closson. Below, 1st row: Bob Colleran, Shelly Cooper, Brian Copley, Lynne Correia. 2nd roiv: Robin Cote, Elissa Couture, Cindy Craigin, Tom Culhane. 7 rd row: Cindy Curti, Deborah Dal- ton, Lauren Daly, John Danko. 45 Above, 1st row: Dawn Davignon, Greg Dean, Lauren Delfino, Lori DeBlois. 2nd row: Maureen Dennis, Ralph Dellaratta, Kevin Derois, Jennifer Desilets. ird row: David Difiore, Sherry Divitto- rio, Sharon Doble, John Doyle. Right. 1st row: Christa Dulude, Steve Duplisea, Jeff Dusablon, Laura Dzialo, Cristen Eliason. 2nd row: Paula Falocco, Brad Fay, Glenn Feder, Kim Fish, Carol Foley. Ird row: John Foley, Rita Foley, Dawne Fontaine, Kim Fontaine, Kim Forbes. 4th row: Gail France, Kim Franklin, Peter Franklin, Paul Fredette, Dale Fuller. " sth row: Mike Fulton, Ellen Gaboury, Sheri Gariepy, Jeannine Gaudette, Daniel Gaudreau. 6th row: Tammie Gaudreau, Nancy Gaulin, Micah Gilmore, Don Girard, Vivian Gledhill. tth row: Jane Gobin, Lauren Gow, Steve Grant, Michael Gregory, Doug Greene. 8th row: Robin Grimes, Lynne Guimond, Micbele Gula, Laurie Ffagopian, Russell Fdall. 46 Left: " This is what it takes to get out of class early.” Below left: " This tops it!” Below: " All together now, class . . . ' See Spot run . . Bottom, 1st row: Kathy Hanley, Debbie Hannan, Jensine Harding, Robert Harris, Melinda Har- rop, Betsy Hart, Lori Hebard, Shawn Hebard, Randy Hebert. 2nd row: Robert Hervieux, Annette Hetu, John Hickman, Patricia Higgins, Patricia Hill, Gary Hillman, Mark Holmes, Greg Horton, Karen Howard. 47 Right, 1st row: Loren Howard, Jill Howard, Kathy Hughes. 2nd row: Milton Hulbert, Chris Hume, Mike laconis. 3rd row: Scott James, Wendy Janes, Joanne Jarvis. 4th row: John Johnson, Karen Jourdenais, Shawn Jorde. 5th row: Robert Johnstone, Todd Johnson, Jane Karcher. 6th row: David Jurdak, Archie Kell, John Kelliher. Below, 1st row: Marianne Kiff, Tamara Knowles, I inda Knox, Frank Kohler, Cheryl Kraskouskas, Kristina Kummer. 2nd row: Mark Labrie, Jean LaFontaine, Philip LaFontaine, Richard LaFontaine, Steve Lamarre, Robin Jacobs. 48 I Above, 1st row: Sherri Landry, Lorraine Langlois, Michelle Lanni, Maria Lapierre, Michelle Lar- may, Donna Larock. 2nci row: Sharon Latham. Leo Lavallee, Cathy Leach, Scott Leary, Lynda Lefebvre, Sandy Legg. Left, 1st row: Wendy Legg, William Lepere, Arlene Letourneau. 2nd row: Lew, Jesse Lew, Mark Lizotte. 5rd row: Roland Lizotte, Gretchen Loew, Jimmy Lowery. 4th row: Sue Luchetti, Susan Lund, Patricia Mackenzie. 5th row: Michelle Mackey, Richard Mallon, Daniel Marcotte. 6th row: David Maslowski, Mary Maselbas, Tim McCretton. 49 Right, 1st row: Mike McDermott, Lisa Ann McGee, Jeff McGlashing, Mike McGovern, Shane McKenna. 2nd row: Mike McMorrow, Jill McNally, John Melucci,Jim McNamee, Edward Mercier. rd row: Tom Messier, Scott Meyer, Lori Moore, Lisa Jean Morris, Diana Moran. 4th row: Dave Morriseau, Diane Mor- riseau, Linda Mulligan, Mike Murphy, Steve Nardelli. th row: David Neal, George Nitso, Joey Noel, Mike Nolan, Mary Noviello. 6th row: Tom O’Brien, James O’Brien, David O’Brien, Janet Onoyan, Tina Osborne. ’th row: Karen Padula, Gina Pal- mucci, Julie Paquin, Mike Pariseau, Cindy Parlee. 8th row: Chris Paulhus, Pam Pederson, Laurie Percevay, Larry Perkins, William Perkoski. Below. 1st row: Kenny Perrault, Robert Perry, Kellie Peterson, Donald Petrie. 2nd row: Colleen Phalen, Barbara Philibert, Mic- helle Pierson, Diane Pinkham. 3rd row: Michael Pizzarelli, Cindy Place, Richard Purdy, Herbie Prew. Above: " That new sub sure is something!” Left: Diane Sullivan — " This is harder than I thought!” Above, 1st row: Diane Prendergast, David Pratt, Keri Poirier, Joanne Plath, Glenn Plante, Anne Padsiadlo, Barbara Quacken- bush. Shelly Rancourt, Mark Raposa. 2nd row: Timothy Redding, Kim Rhuda, Joanne Roach, Lynda Roccia, Cori Rocha, Pam Rock- ett, Debora Root, Barry Rose, Cheryl Rose. 51 Right. 1st row: Hhiinc Roy, Donna Salcsses, Cliff -Saucrlinck-r. James Savard, Steve Savard, Karen Schmidt. 2nd row: Michael Schnack, Kim Scho- eppner. Bill Schofield, Ed ,Senechal, Keith Seym- our, Danny Shepard, rd row: Faith Silva, John Simms, Laurie Stapelton, Stanley Steliga, Diane Sullivan, Sheila Sutherland. 4th row: Mike Sweet- land, Bill Swenson, Joe Swistak, Steve Tavares, Kathy Taylor, Robert Tetley. 5th row: David Thorp, Maura Tighe, David Tinkham, Kim Tinkham, JtxJi Tolliver, Pamela Toth. 6th row: Susan Travis, Mike Trowbridge, Joseph Tur- geon, Donna Turinese, Kevin Uhlig, Suzanne Vaillancourt. tth row: Lynda VanDusen, Gary V ' clino, Patty Velletri, Sue Velletri, Debbie Ven- turini, VX ' endy Vician. 8th row: Sue Voisine, Rickey Wain, Charlene Walsh, Scott Walsh, Jeff ' X ' erner, Tom XX ' ilber. Left: Jim Winsor, Lance Woodbury, Sharon Wright, Charles Yankee, Meredith Young. Above left: Joanne Plath — " Two minutes left to do this test AND I ONLY HAVE MY NAME DOWN ON THE PAPER!” Above: Algebra class — " What does he mean, ' 2 + 2 = 5’??” Left, Freshman Class Officers: Lisa Arnone, President; Kris Kummer, Vice-president; Deb Hannan, Secretary, and Barbara Quackenbush, Treasurer. Not pictured: Colette Achin, Matthew Achin, Rochelle Achin, Ivette Alicea, Raymond Blanchard, Kevin Boucher, Richard Bourgeois, Mark Bradley, Mike Brown, Pamela Carnes, Glen Charron, Pam Chretien, Michael Cipriano, Arthur Connolly, Andrew Corbett, Lisa Coyle, Lori DeBlois, Marilyn DeForest, Bonnie Donais, Jon Elliot, Jerry Espinosa, Eric Flanagan, Gary Fontaine, Steven Frigon, Todd Germaine, Walter Goddard, Mike Godin, Bill Gregoire, Kevin Hayes, John Hobson, John Hogan, Kevin Houle, Ray Howard, Albert Howarth, Mike Hustler, Robin Jacobs, Jeanne Jones, Cheryl Kiff, Michele Lavasseur, Cheryl Lefebvre, Charles Leland, Richard Letourneau, Brenda Lightbody, Michael Mancini, John Mann, Joanne Marchessault, Bill Marcotte, Ken McAulty, Loretta McCormick, Maura McManus, Jeff Mercier, Bob Morse, Mark Muir, Kelli O’Hern, Frank Perry, Gary Polion, John Raposa, Lisa Robertson, Dee- Ann Robitaille, Steven St. Germaine, Brian Santsaver, Bruce Seymour, Albert Wain, Cheryl Webb and Larry Wilbee. 53 Freshman-Sophomore Social The annual Social was held on Saturday evening, April 30th, as a semi-formal dinner dance. It was sponsored by the freshman and sophomore classes. The cou- ples enjoyed a chicken and shells buffet catered by Morin’s Diner. All of the dancing and dining took place in the school’s cafeteria where music and happy faces created a pleasant atmosphere. This event has worked out very well so far and seems to be the underclassmen’s answer to the prom. Above right: Robin Hart and Philip Saulnier — " This sure beats second lunch.” Above: Cindy Craigin and Paul Fredette — " Have I got a deal for you.” Right: Suzanne Vaillancourt — " Look, isn’t that Robert Redford and Faye Dunaway.” 54 Top left: Deb Hannan — " Don’t do that, it tickles.” Top right: Tom Fredette and Mary MacIntyre — " If he thinks he’s going to get me to tango with him . . Above: Brian Copley and Sharon Doble — " I wonder if I should ask him to dance.” Left: Karen Schmidt and Cheryl Kraskouskas — " What did you say was in that punch?” 55 Sophomores Aiove: Judy Bliss — " 1 sure wish that she would stop staring over my shoulder!” Ist row: Roy Anderson, Patricia Armstrong, Payson Averill, Brian Bagley, Holly Ballou. 2nd row: Michael Balut, William Barker, Mark Barrett, John Beauchaine, Racine Beck, rd row: Andrea Berg, Lynda Berthold, Marion Betts, Gary Beyer, Steve Billington. 4th row: Johnathon Bits, Debra Blackbird, Judith Bliss, Virginia Bonin, Michael Branagan. 5 ? row: Gary Briggs, Joe Broughton, Adam Brown, David Bull, Steve Burgess. 6th row: Dorothy Buttlar, Marie Caisse, Lynn Cappa, John Caranci, Heidi Caron. 1th row: David Carr, James Cavanagh, Kathy Cave- don, Ann Chabot, Kevin Chabot. 56 Below, 1st row: Priscilla Chalifour, Peter Charlebois, Cindy Cheney, 2nd row: Dan Chernov, Edmond Chretien, David Christianson, ird row: Leeann Clinton, Kathy Cochrane, Eileen Cochrane. 4th row: Neil Coffey, William Conroy, Michael Croke. 5th row: Leslie Curren, Patricia Dalton, Kenneth Daly. 6th row: Michael Dantonio, Camilla Davignon, Jane Dean. Left: Leslie Curren — " Uh-huh, mmm, 1 57 liiloii . I l row: ( hriMinc l)cn cr. Ju l ' Dc ehctrc . Saiidv Dcsrothc. 2nd rou: H.irr Dositk. (kitluTinc Dromsks. Kcrrin Dunn, rd row: Kimberly Durkin, R.iMirond imer on. Kimbcrl britkson. 4lh row: Valerie liritkson. I.ynn I ' . ans. I.oribeth b ' errante .VA Joseph b ' it giblrons. (Catherine Flanagan. Kevin Flanagan, (ilh row: _]c icr Fong. Lisa F ' ontaine, Thomas F ' redette. Ri hl: Peter liar e — " I wonder hen the ne t belK d.miing meet is.- ' " liilow: ](.i n (i.iranti — " How am 1 supposed to knou who disiovered America. 1 missed I l.iss esterd.iv ' " BoUorn: Don Johnson. Hill (lonroy and Joe Fit gibbons — " W ' hat’s Don looking at. ' Playboy ! " J I Top: I ' .rin Shcehy — " Circcn — 3 .incl ' i ' ellou —1. or is it the other v . a arounej. " Above: Maura Hove. Lisa Metrano and Dianne Martha — " It .it first you don ' t succeed. tr eopvin ' " Is row: (i.irl Lriend. Stott L ' rigon. Scott h ' uller. Hrend.i Ciabourv. K.itiileen ( aulin. 2nc row: Stece Ciavitt. Bruce (lebski. Julie (lilmartin. I.ori (lirard. (iharlene (joulet, in row: Duma Cioulet. Sean Fd.mlec. How.ird H.irrop. Peter e . Brad H.i - erly. 4 ’ row: Kurt Fi.ices. Robert FFe.dec. Fdeidi He.ird. Robert Fdicket. Rich.ird FFolden. row: Robert Flolmes. M.uir.i Mote, (lolleen F-Fulbert. Ste e FFow.ird. Bri.m Ices. 6 A row: D.i id John- son. Donald Jolinson. ( iher 1 Jorde. .M.iureen Joseish. Debor.ih Kamps, “’ A row: lohn KelK. M.irk Kieon. Michael (ihert l Kiny:. (dnd Kinder, 59 Above, 1st row: Donna Krzywonos, Marc Labonte, Robert Lacasse. 27id row: Thomas Lacasse, Thomas Lacasse, Lynne Laderoute. 3rc row: Cathy Lafoun- taine, Timothy Lalancette, Dennis Lamarre. 4ih row: Rose Lamoureux, Cheryl Latimer, Denise Lavallee. ' sth row: Raymond LeClerc, Jerry Legg, Cynthia LeBlanc. 6th row: Brian Lees, Terry I-egg, Laura Lepere. Top: " Who, us? Talking??” Above: Kim Durkin — Don’t look so sad, Kim. Right: Holly Ballou — " Don’t you dare , . Left. 1st row: Wendy Lestage, Roger Letendre, Jeffrey Lewis, Brian Lincoln, Chris Loew. 2nd row: Mitch MacDonald, Brian Mackey, Tracy Magnan, Kim Maher, Carol Maigret. rd row: Cindy Mair, Daniel Mallon, Dianne Martha, Daniel McCrory, Amy McLaughlin. 4th row: Kelly McLaughlin, Erin McManus, Laurie Mercier, Sally Merigold, Cheryl Merriam. 3th row: Barbara Messier, Lisa Metrano, James Meyer, Diane Michaud, Lisa Midon. 6th row: Carol Monast, Karen Mongomery, Cheryl Moore, Joseph Moore, Raymond Morse. 2th row: Jo-Ann Neal, Karen Nevers, Deborah Nolin, Richard Nolin, Loriann Olaski. Below: Cindy Kinder and Cam Davignon — ing around.” " We’re just clown- 61 Right. 1st row: David Ci)ldham, Joanne Dnoyan, Russell Pacheco, Mark Fadula, Cynthia Parenteau. 2Tici row: Steven Parenteau, Douglas Parlee, Sallyannc Phipps, Barbara Porro, Scott Potter. irci row: Robert Pouliot, Janice Pratt, David Preco urt, Rosemary Provost, Joseph Rankin. 4th row: Michael Redding, Marjorie Reed, Francis Reynolds, Matthew Reynolds, Dan Richards. 5th row: Lisa Riley, Pamela Riley, Stephanie Rioux, Dave Robert, ' X ' illiam Robinson. 6th row: Rosemary Roccia, Phillip Saulnier, Steve Savard, Susan Savard, Robert Scarlatelli. 7th row: Frank Scarpaci, Ciregg Schmidt, Robert Schofield, Lisa Segel, Sheila Semple. Below: David Carr — " They call that lunch!” 62 f Above, 1st row: David Serpa, Erin Sheehy, Charles Shumila, 2nd row: Dale Silvia, Mark Silva, Wendy Simmons. 3rd row: Michael Slaney, Diane Soucy, Ernest St. Pierre. 4th row: Maureen Stack, Diane Sujdak, George Sweetland. 3th row: Matthew Szpila, Scott Tanner, Brian Taylor. 6th row: Linda Taylor, Erank Teixeira, William Texeira. 63 Ahoie. hi row: Shell. i Thom.iv. io.innc Tliorpc. Alison Thresher. (Ire Kimberh Tinkham. Susan Treen. K.iren Trembl.i . D.u kI Trima. Rox.mne Trombles 2nd row: lulw.inl Trost. Sh.u ne Trumble. D.n id Tvler. Ioann LJhlip. Debr.i V ' ( ' ire or ' .irne . Heidi V ' K.iren Viles. Rksi Vismsi. hd row: Robert V ' iseusi. W’.une W’.iite. I ' red W ' .imholt. I.ori W ' .imbolt, I.isa W ' .ird. Betli Wkittv. Sherr X ' ' cbb. L.iurie W ' eston. Stesen W ' halen. - A row: William W ' halen. B.irt W ' llli . Don.iki W ' insor. .S.irah X ' oikI. F.imel.i ' I ' oun . The.i ' I ', Deb- bie .ielinski. , lion: Rilev — ’’.Are ou serious.- ' 64 phlund: Ldrn.i Bainton. William Barr . Theresa Bassett, ( ' liristtt- plier Be.iiipre. Steve Beaupre. Barr Betts, D.n id Boucher. Scott Boulct, Timotlu Bourgeois. John (l.imara. Donald Clarlstrom. Mich.iel ( ' asale. Tod C. ' .istro. Ciarrv (lensorio. Franco (lerrone, W ' .itson C. ' onnolly, l)v..i ne (Took. Da id Delaurier. home Dewitt, Peter Dion, Steve Fay, John Feiti. .Mitchell Forbes, Jerr Henderson. JefTret Darrah, Deanna l.uobs. ITnnt Jewett. Joseph Kcnne . Fatri(,ia Kile , Joseph Kisamore, Di.inne I,.illier. Dennis I..imarrc. Bcthanne,t;ille. Brett I.angille, i( ille. D.i id Laramee. .Michael F.irochelle, James Lettg. Paul I. on. .M.irchese. D.i id, Peter .McNamee. Robert .Nlich.iud. Cit ' or e .Mocline. Timotlu .Mullanet. Laurie Norman, David o lello. John P.iulousk , l.,iur.i Petrarea. Denise Pimental. WTlliam I uriK. .M.iric Ren.iud. Sonn.i Rccnolds. Brian Rose. .Michael l. nne Ro . R.isheed.i S.imej.i. Dennis Schn.ick. Brend.i Silva. John Sil- i.i. .Mich.iel Soullier. J.inice Spencer. .Mark T.u lor. Scott T.u lor, Tony X ' K.iren X ' elino. Tin.i X ' elino. (jre :or N ' iens, Ruth Voisine. Kimberb W.irend.i. J.imes W ' halen. K.iren Whitelield. Richard Wight- m. in. Kecin Willxr. Jon WTlie. Top left: Doii P.irlee — " I didn ' t do it ' I was here all the time. " Top right: .Sophomore (Hass Officers. ' row: KelK Me L.iughlin. I res. 2nd row: Laurie WT ' ston. ' Freas., Maureen Stack. Sec., Andrea Berg. ' .P. . l wn.- John Kellv — ' ' Ancone .i bite.- ' " 65 Winter In this section . . . Learning 68 Model U.N 72 Model Senate 73 College Bowl 74 Future Business Leaders 75 Father-Daughter Dance 76 Drama Club 78 A Cappella Choir and All State 82 Double Quartet and Southeast District 83 Stage Band 84 Concert Band and Clarinet Quartet 85 Student Activities Program 86 G.A.A ' 89 Student Council 90 J — Honor Society 92 Junior Classical League 94 Student Advisory Council and Outdoors Unlimited 95 D.E.C.A 96 Aides 97 The Free Press 98 Yearbook 100 Ice Hockey 102 Hockey Cheerleaders 105 Indoor Track 106 Girls’ Basketball 109 Boys’ Basketball 112 Gymnastics 116 Juniors 118 Junior Prom 126 Variety Show 128 Learning Learning! Whether we realize it or not, learning actually does happen in our school. Thanks to the diverse course offerings at NAHS, knowledge is no longer gleaned only from textbooks in a traditional classroom setting. Rather, it is often acquired by the individual student himself, sitting at a potter’s wheel, pushing a child on a swing, or miming on the stage. We also learn in places like the cafeteria, the auto mechanic shop, the hallways, and yes, even in the Media Center! But learning does depend on how much the student contributes to it as well as what the teacher has to offer. The many electives allow the teachers to con- centrate on their particular areas of strength and interest — such as writing, science fiction, psychology, jewelry making, graphics, or business law. These varied programs allow the students to choose courses which interest them, thereby prompting increased learning. Often, teachers merely support the stu- dents’ self -generated enthusiasm offering advice and resources when asked. Can you feel the spirit of learning shining out at you from these few pages? Try to remember . . . Right: Alan Bankert — " They told me that when I was a senior I wouldn’t have to do the paint-by-numbers anymore.” Btlow right: Mike Rizzo — " Oh darn! My IBM stocks just went down 25 t a share.” Below: Mr. Chick, Bob Schofield, and Joe Falocco — " No, Joe, you cannot drop an H-bomb on Turkey.” Left: Terre Girard and friend — " We’ums wet our what?” Below: Charlene Wright — " No, it’s not a big mud pie — it’s art!’’ Below left : Crawford — the individual. Bottom: Laurie Girard — " If plagiarism means copying from one book, then copy- ing from all these books must be research.” mn Top: Bambi Maitland and Diane Payson — " Aw come on — you don’t expect me to believe that one” Above: Brian Patch and Andy McLaughlin — " Hey, where are the pictures?” Right: Mr. Duhamel — " What do you mean you broke my new bamboo fishing pole?” 70 Top left: Bonnie MacPherson — " If you kids don’t get it right this time, I’ll . . . I’ll . . .’’ Top right: David Johnson — " Who me? Oh this is just a little super-advanced metaphysics — no sweat!” Left: Mr. Arnold — " . . . And I quote, ' The rain in Spain falls mainly’ . . Above: Bill Curren — " I use Dial and 1 wish everyone did.” Model U.N. ( )n Dcvcmbcr 10-12, twelve NAHS students and their advi- sors. N’ineent Bakiasaro and Rolf Tallberg, participated in the Har ard Model I ' .N. in Boston. The students represented the L’nited Arab Hmirates in various committee and floor meet- ings throughout the weekend while Mr. Baldasaro and Mr. Tallberg floated from group to group. Romping around on the Sheraton Hotel elevators (on free time, of course), hiding the advisors ' ' lugg.ige. ' and having strategy meetings at 2 A.M. in the morning reflect some of the e.xploits of this ' intellectual ' group. All in all. the Model LkN. provided a very interesting learning e.xperience for both the adults and the student dele- gates. Riflhl: TckIc) .Mcn.inl — " Ben thc Mirc tlcn ' t make Cluke like this in North .• ttleboro, " Bilou right: .Mr. Baldasaro lau ths at another t)ne of his own Italian jokes. Ahoic. the .Moeiel I ' .N. delc t.ites. Iir t row: Sue W ' insor. Sue Harrop. Traces (ion. Joanne Ciroke. and l im Perkins. stiouJ row: PKnn. Don Husses. .Alison (iurren. Debbie Bovnton. Steve Sehnack. .im) Jon (diernos. Sot pnturvd: Todd . Ien.ird. 72 Model Senate The 19 ' 76- " " Hoekomock Model Senate rook place on April 28 and 29 at NAHS. Although these two days were very hectic, a lot was accomplished. The hills trom North that were passed included a hill to abolish liquor advertis- ing, a bill to abolish the electoral college, a bill to prohibit illegal aliens, and an amendment to the Constitution to pro- hibit abortion. The latter was debated on the m.iin f-loor and proved to be a very hot issue. It was, however, defeated in the final vote. Several North delegates valianth tried to pass their bills in committee, but failed. Those bills included a bill to establish T ' v.t Land Is ) ' our LcOid as our new national anthem and a bill concerning child abuse. 7 ' ). tlic Model Sen.ite deley.ites Lisa Seiial. Don D.i c lydut. Honda Al-Aniir. Ion (diernoc. Don Hiisscv. Sue W ' insor. I’am Perkins, ’rr.uev ( low , lo.inne (iroke. I•red W ' .imholt, .ind ( liernoc AhoVi Uft: las.i Seyal ch.its ccitli a new-found friend , . _Ioe IkdoiK) — " If ou don ' t ote m w.i . I ' m coiny to pouiiil m fists on tlie table and i r " 73 College Bowl L’sin the same procedure patented several years a o, the senior and junior teams were chosen for the (iolle te Bowl. In the contest which followed, the veteran senior team defeated the juniors with a con- vincing .score of to H5. I- ' rom these ei ht scholars, the judges a core team of five members. The group consisted of three seniors — Joe I ' alocco, Lisa Scorgie. and Donna Vandal — and two junior members — Kay (lallotta and Ihimbi Maitland. The alternate players, Karen Richard- ,son, Karen Hang, and Jon (ihernov, also participated in a few of the con- tests. Along with the other judges, Mr. Was.sel decided that the female counterparts of the team would compete in rotation while h ' alocco would remain a permanent fi.xture to keep the team co-ed. After a two-game losing streak. North came out fighting in the com- petition against Seekonk. Seekonk, a new team on the circuit, was nipped in the bud by the NA bowlers with a score of .M ' ) to l O. NA came out on top once again for a viemry against lx).xboro, but finished up the .sea- son with a defeat by the strong Attleboro team. Hopefully the latter will meet its match in next year’s NA (, ' ollege Bowl team. Rlfihl: I .ic.i Stor ic (.onfulcntly rc ' c;iN to M.utland she knew .ill the answers — only her hu er broken Bilou . the (atllcTte How l team Kay (rallotta. Karen Ihiu . Jon Phernoy, Hamhi .Mait- l.inil. .Scor ie, JiK ' I ' .iloeco. Karen Rit hardson. .ind Donna Vandal. 74 Future Business Leaders The Future Business Leaders, a new group at North, had as its officers for 76- : Ann Champagne, Pres.; Cfarolyn Pederson, V.P. ; Mary MacIntyre, Sec.; and (dim Davignon, Treas. Three bake sales and a car wash were the money-raising activities for this first year. Ne.xt year, the club hopes to run their operation more smoothKc On June 1 , a banquet was held at the Ba-Hia restaurant. Below, Future Business Leaders, first row: Cam Davignon, Mary MacIntyre, Ann Champagne, and Carolyn Pederson. Second row: Lisa Fontaine, Debbie Kamps, Karen Viles, Sue Marchese, Sheila Thomas, Jim Roach, and Carol Maigret. Third row: Mike Cote, Marjorie Reed, Cheryl Jorde, Linda Taylor, Diane Soucy, Sue Savard, Lynn Cappa, Heidi Heard, and Rita Doran. 75 Father-Daughter Dance On December 3, the third annual Father-Daughter Dance was held in the school cafeteria. The Student Council sponsored event proved enjoyable for all who attended. Dinner consisted of a turkey buffet. Girls and their dads danced throughout the evening to the music of Stei’m Sprague and Company. Riiil ' i: " . . .md the b.intl pl.ucxl on. " Bil ' iu: ( .irol Kohhie Roth.i. .incl (low — ' ' A soon .is ke aet our .Kt together, we ' re iroinu to the (lone Sliow ! " 76 77 ' ♦tC! Drama Club The Drama Club began its busy year with its third annual children’s play, Ali Baby and the Thirteen Thieves. Created by Drama Club members and directed by Judith Cobb, Ali Baby was a big hit with the two packed audiences of first through fifth graders. The whole cast thor- oughly enjoyed performing for these attentive youngsters, especially since they missed two days of classes! In December, an additional paid performance was given for the Owens-Illi- nois Christmas party. Very stiff competition enlivened this year’s Festival of One-Act Plays. Winning by a hangnail with a lot of hard work was Joe Falocco’s The Long Goodbye. She Was a Lazy Witch, directed by Evelyn Gledhill and Melissa Fulton, and Paulette Labrie’s The Mice Have Been Drinking Again rounded out the battlefield. Robert Hanold, Sandra Dennis, and Marcel Duhamel, respectively, served as faculty advisors for the plays. In the competition, Ted Lamoureux, received the Best Actor award and Lisa Riley, the Best Actress award, both for their performances in The Long Goodbye. Distinguished Per- formance medals were presented to Judy Crawford for Mice, Diane Payson, Sheri DiVottorio, and Mike Healey, all for their performances in Witch. A great climax to a mem- orable evening! Drama CIub, r.( row: }on C’hcrnov, Judy Crawford, Paula Palocco, Fred Wambolt, Sheri DiVittorio, Erin McManus, John Foley, Ted Lamoureux, Sue Winsor, and Mike Healey. Second row: Diane Payson, Jo-Anne Roach, Karen Nevers, Judy Fortune, Nancy Gaulin, Cathy Leach, Rose Lamoureux, Scott James, Melissa Fulton, and Debbie Boynton. Third row: Lisa Midon, Pat Higgins, Sheila Semple, Lisa Riley, Karen Lindstrom, Judy Bliss, Tammy Shaftoe, Sue Vcldman, Pat Hanley, Debbie Lee, and Bill Cihapman. Fourth row: Ken Daly, Alan Bankert, Steve Schnack, Joe Falocco, Wendy Vician. Don Branagan, Evelyn (iledhill, John Flynn, Bonnie LaCihance, Ron Ouellette, Jeannine Ducharme, and Karen Michaud. 78 Top left: Ted Lamoureux reflects. Left: Joe Falocco and Ted Lamoureux — Does the King have appendicitis.’ Tune in next week . . . Above: Karen Michaud candidly exhibits her overall dislike of a certain liquid substance. 79 The Drama Club cooperated with the Senior Class to pro- duce A Midsummer Night ' s Dream, which was presented on April 15 and 16. This was the first Shakespearian production ever attempted at North and was very well received. At a banquet on May 24, thirteen new members were inducted into the International Thespian Society. Their long, hard hours working on drama productions throughout the year made them eligible for membership. They were: Sheri DiVittorio, John Foley, Jo- Anne Roach, Erin McManus, Rose Lamoureux, Lisa Riley, Fred Wambolt, Don Branagan, Debbie Lee, Ron Ouellette, Karen Lindstrom, and Debbie Boynton. The Club also recognized Joe Falocco and Ted Lamoureux as Best Thespians for 1976-77. The officers of the 1976-77 Drama Club included: Karen Michaud, Pres.; Ted Lamoureux, V.P.; Sue Winsor, Sec.; Judy Crawford, Treas.; and Pat Hanley, Scribe. ASore: Judy Crawford and Fred Wambolt rehearse ' their’ scence. Right: Lisa Midon — " It’s not nice to fool Mother Nature!’’ 80 Left: Diane Payson to Mike Healey — " I don’t remem- ber this being in the stage directions.” Above: Sheri DiVittorio — " Hi honey — how’s tricks?” 81 A Cappella Choir All-State lop. A C. ' appclla Choir, m row: Suzanne Winsor, Joanne Onoyan, Debra Blackbird, Janet Onoyan, Mary Maselbas, Lori DeBlois, Lisa Scorgic, and Susan Harrop. second row: Patti Paul, Rosemary Roccia, LeeAnn Clinton, Christa Dulude, Jeannine Du- charmc, Melissa Fulton, Michelle Fredette, Lynda Roccia, and Patricia Roy. Third row: Melinda Harrop, Sarah Youd, Teal Shaw, Joanne Thorpe, Karen Nevers, Jensine Harding, Sheri Divittorio, Debbie Boynton, and Pamela Pederson. Fourth row: Tamara Knowles. Kay Callotta, Janet Desrochc, Pam Riley, Linda Bainton, Vivian Ciledhill, Judith Fortune, and Andrea Werner. 1977 was a characteristically active year for the A Cappella Choir. Its membership had grown from 25 in 1976 to 38 in ’77. The new recruits, as well as the old members, worked together to form a very talented, cohesive group. Among the Choir’s activities were the annual perform- ance at Madonna Manor and a special concert for the Area Association for Retired Persons at the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Attleboro. At the biggest event of the choral season, the Spring Concert, the girls sang themselves right into the hearts of the audience. At the year’s close, all choir members were awarded choir pins. At :he awards banquet held at the Rome Restaurant, senior members received plaques honoring their contributions and efforts in various musical groups. Right: All-State Winners: Lisa Scorgie, All-State Orchestra; David Christianson, All- State Band. 82 Double Quartet Southeast District The Double Quartet, an offshoot of the Choir, also had a busy schedule. The DQ sang for the Kalmia Club and traveled with the larger group to perform the encores. The members worked very hard to make their year a success. Southeast District qualifiers traveled to Taunton High School for a weekend of rehearsals and concerts. The SE District Band, Orchestra, and Chorus are composed of the best young musicians in this District of Massachusetts. The All-State winners spent four days at the Univer- sity of Lowell rehearsing and performing. The members of All-State are considered the top musicians in the state. Top left, Southeast District Winners: Judy Crawford, Chorus; David Christianson, Band; Lisa Scorgie, Orchestra; Jon Chernov, Band. Above, Double Quartet, first row: David Christianson, James Ixjwery, William Swenson, Tim Boyle, and Robert Bonin. Second row: Susan Harrop, Sheri Divittorio, Debbie Boynton, Joanne Onoyan, LeeAnn Clinton, Debra Black- bird, Tamara Knowles, Melissa Fulton, and Michelle Fredette. 83 Stage Band In 1977 the NAHS Stage Band changed from an idea into a real- ity. Although their repertoire remained limited, their diligence and loyalty to the group, as well as Mr. Baccala’s time and patience, made the Band a blooming success. Included in their activities were performances in the Spring Concert and the Variety Show. A .- David Bull — " Wake me when it’s over . . . zzzz.” Right, Stage Band, first row: Kevin Chabot, David Christianson, Donald Petrie, David Bull, and Michael Cote. Second row: Scott James, Tamara Shaftoe, Evelyn Ciledhill, Robert Jac- ques, and Donald Branagan. Third row: Franklin Kohler, Steve Grant, Paula Falocco, Walter Cckala, and Mark Cotter. Fourth row: Douglas Greene, Mike Nolin, Chet Cekala, Neal Coffey, and Joe Falocco. 84 Below. C onert B;ind, r row: Paula Falocco, Scott James, Paulette Labrie, Melinda Harrop, Mike laconis, Diane Sarazin, Kevin Chabot, Sue Harrop, Doug Clreene, Debbie Boynton, Bob Pouliot, and Mr. Thomas Baccala, Director. Second row: Mark Holmes, Dave Bull, Bill Schofield, Vivian Ciledhill, Mike Nolin, Laurin Harrop, Don Petrie, Mark Cotter, Bill Lepere, and Dave Tinkham. Third row: Franklin Kohler, Pam Riley, Mike F’ulton, Andrea Werner, Evelyn Cledhill, Don Branagan, Jeannine Ducharme, Joe Falocco, Jim Cavanagh, and Walter Cekala. Fourth row: Steve Grant, Janet Des- roche, Laura Lepere, Debbie Dalton, Karen Jourdenais, Mike Cote, Mike Hustler, Carl Friend, Bob Jacques, Neal Coffey, and Chris Loew. I Ai M i Concert Band Clarinet Quartet The NAHS Concert Band had increases this year in both players and talent. After the marching sea- son, the band settled down for some serious concert playing. After an exchange concert with North Andover, the band lapsed back into the marching rhythm with the event of the Little League and Memorial Day Parades. The Band ended its season on a high note with the successful Spring Concert on May 6. An Awards banquet was held in honor of the Band on May 12 at the Rome Restaurant. At the banquet, students received jackets, letters, and pla- ques for allegiance and ability. Above, Clarinet Quartet: Daniel Chernov, Jon Chernov, David Christianson, Sue Harrop. 85 Student Activities Program Although a newcomer to the staff at NAHS, Mrs. Sandra Den- nis has made herself right at home. Since her arrival this fall, she has enlivened students’ free periods. Called the Coordinator of Student Services, Mrs. Dennis plans programs of interest for stu- dents to attend during their free periods. Some of the programs she has organized include: Public Relations with the Foxboro Company, Women in Radio with Bev Horne, Clown Workshop, Drug Awareness, Reggae Music with Jamaica Way, How Police Dogs Are Trained, Careers With the Army, Navy, and Marines, Careers in Business, Group Discussion on Dieting, How to Pres- ent Yourself for a College Interview, and a chance to meet WPRO-FM radio personalities. Opposite above: Mrs. Dennis and Steve Gavitt — " Just a little off the sides, please.” Opposite below: The cast of the Christmas assem- bly sing foreign-language carols. Above left: Mrs. Dennis — " You mean we can book the whole Mormon Tabernacle Choir for the 17 th?” Above: Sheri DiVittorio — " Oh, give me a home where the buffalo roam . . .” Left: Karen Velino and Nora Broughton per- form at the Christmas Assembly. 87 Below: Paul Schmidt, Jeff Tinkham, Steve Pratt, and Mrs. Dennis — " Do you mean nobody cleaned up the gym after the dog show?” Belou ' right: Mime Howard Warner proved to be one of the most popular guest artists this year. Bottom: Bob Lanpher — " I’m a Diet Program dropout!” Right: A USMC helicopter pays a visit to NAHS — " That’s it, Fred. Put ’er down on second base.” Girls ' Athletic Association Above, Girls’ Athletic Association, y rr Joanne Onoyan, Janet Onoyan, Lynda VanDusen, Pam Toth, Kelly Peterson, Karen Schmidt, Faith Silva, Amy McLaughlin, Carol Monast, Erin Sheehy, Laurie Hagopian, and Wendy LeStage. Second row: Pam Rossi, Advisor, Bambi Maitland, Mary Masel- bas. Shelly Cooper, Lisa Arnone, Cheryl Kraskouskas, Kris Kummer, Roe Doxsee, Lynn Cappa, Stephanie Rioux, Maureen Sullivan, Marcy Doble, Kim Mayer, and Kim Erickson. Third row: Tracey Gow, Karen Trembley, Donna Salesses, Suzanne Vaillancourt, Darcy Castro, Debbie Vandal, Thea Yurman, Karen Whitefield, Rosemary Provost, Michele Lanni, Lauren Gow, Dehbie Nolin, and Beth Watts. Fourth row: Mary Jo Silva, Sue Hilsman, Judy Bliss, Patty Dalton, Lisa Riley, Dianne Martha, Andrea Berg, Lisa Segel, Wendy Vician, Patty Velletri, Patty Johnson, Diane Berg, and Debbie Dalton. Fifth rou’t Pam Riley, Cam Davignon, Kathy Gaskin, Lynn Wells, Cindy LeBlanc, Maura Hoye, Chris Denzer, Maureen Stack, Lisa Midon, Jane Dean, Sandy Dargis, Mary MacIntyre, and Joanne Croke. Following the precedent established in earlier years, the GAA sold calendar towels to raise money for its treasury. The group sponsored several open gyms after school this year and, on the last day of school, traveled to Rocky Point Park for its annual outing. Most of GAA’s treasury was used to purchase the trophies and all the other awards for girls’ sports which are distributed at the year’s end. During 1976-77, the Student Council sponsored and assisted in varied activities. During early November, its members manned the polls in a school-wide Presidential election. Reflecting national attitudes, Jimmy Car- ter won by a slight margin. In late November, the Council sponsored the annual Homecoming Parade, with each class decorating a float. Other social activities included the ever-popular Father-Daughter Dance as well as a weekend school dance. Around Christmas, Council members collected for the annual Santa Fund for needy children sponsored by the North Attleboro Jaycees. In the spring, the Council advertised and assisted with a very successful Blood Bank with many students and faculty participating. A week-long Anti-Smoking Cam- paign with films and invited speakers also attracted student and faculty interest. The Council also involved itself in student-faculty-administration discus- sions of problems related to open campus and the smoking area. They also met with faculty members to help revise the Student Handlx)ok. Right: Denise Savard, Student Council President — " Oh, no! I forgot the morning announcements!” Below. Student Council, w erf! ' Jim Savard, Dave Paulhus, Kelly McLaughlin, Sue Bcaupre, Don Johnson, J. Elizabeth Hobson. Standing: Steve Savard, Denise Savard, President, Nancy Mattson, Corresponding Secretary, Amy McLaughlin, Sergeant-at-Arms, Maureen Sullivan, Treasurer, Patty Johnson, Recording Secretary, Lisa Arnone, Claire Butterworth, Frank Thomas. Kot pictured: Doug Martha, Karen Richardson, Vice-President, Jeanne LaFontaine. Student Council 90 f Honor Society This was a year of change for the Honor Society. The schedule of activities was expanded, membership increased dramatically, and Ms. Elaine Bedard took over as faculty advi- sor. The group’s main fund-raising activity — selling ads for and producing sports programs — was expanded by the addi- tion of football season and Christmas basketball tournament programs. Once again this proved to be a financial success. The Society also sponsored the ever-popular Career Day invit- ing students to speak with college and technical school repre- sentatives in the Media Center. Honor Society members partic- ipated in the Awards Assembly and on March 23, prepared a banquet to induct new members. This year the Society wel- comed 36 new members, the largest group to ever be inducted at North High. For social activities, the Society enjoyed a ski weekend in New Hampshire in February and a party at Mr. and Mrs. Frut- chey’s house in May, where Kentucky Fried Chicken served as the entree. Above. National Honor Society, 1st row: Pam Perkins, Joe Falocco, Bob Lan- pher (Secretary), Maureen Sullivan, Fred DiVittorio, Sue Winsor, Pat Johnson (Vice-President), and Lisa Cirenier. 2nd row: Steve Schnack, Bambi .Maitland, Donna Vandal, Donna I.aFontaine, Ia)ri VanDu.sen, Denise Savard (Treasurer), Lisa Scorgie, Sue Slawson, and Sue Harrop. Not pic- tured: Karen Richardson. President. Right: ]oc Falocco — " It’s my favorite — Avocado Hawaiian Punch!” 92 Above, the newly-inducted Honor Society members, y rr row : Elizabeth Hobson, David Christianson, Mike Redding, Kelly McLaughlin, Don John- son, Frank Thomas, Pam Riley, and Kathy Peterson. 2nd row: Cam Davignon, Debbie Mercier, Sue Gariepy, Chris Loew, Dave Bull, Jon Chernov, Dave Balut, Mark Kapolchok, Joanne Onoyan, and Elaine Sickinger. 3rd row: Stephanie Rioux, Nora Broughton, Barbara McDonagh, Tracey Gow, Nancy Mattson, Betty Salesses, Diane Berg, Marcy Doble, Lisa Segal, Sue Beaupre, and Houda Al-Amir. Far left: Don Johnson discovers the first " activity” for new mem- bers. Left: Steve Schnack — " I thought that skiing was only coasting downhill!” Below: Donna LaFontaine, Patty Johnson, Bambi Maitland and Karen Richardson pose with " Mr. B.” 93 Junior Classical League The JCL enjoyed a fairly active 76-77 year. This year’s fun included a successful bake sale, a trip to R.I. School of Design, a Saturnalia party, and, of course, the annual Slave Auction. Some members of the Latin Club joined the holiday spirit by singing in the Christmas Assembly. At the Awards Assembly, the club awarded certificates to the students with the highest scores attained, by exami- nation, in each level of Latin. Right: }oe Falocco, our faithful auctioneer, proceeds to take bids for this lovely Roman column. " Do 1 hear 50C. ” Junior Classical Uague, y A rmi ' : Bob Scarletelli, Donna Vandal, Lisa Scorgie, Sue Winsor, David Maslow- ski, Mark Holmes, and Doug Cireene. Seco nd row: Denise Savard, Tracey Gow, Houda Al-Amir, Sue Gariepy, Pam Perkins, and Paula Falocco. Third row: Phil Saulnier, Dave Balut, Jim Savard, Sandy Dargis, Debbie Mercier, Treas., Kay Gallotta, Pres., Debbie Boynton, V.P.-Scc., Scott James, Jo- Anne Roach, and Richard Langevin. 94 S.A.C. Outdoors Unlimited In 1976-77, the Student Advisory Committee addressed itself to the ever-present threat that the School Administration would close the smoking area; the smoking area remained open. It also tried to get authoriza- tion for a juke box in the school cafeteria; no juke box has yet been approved. Score; one win, one loss — a good season, but not a great season. Top. the Student Advisory Committee: Mary McClain, Maureen Clancy, Denise Savard, Marcy Doble, and Colleen Foley. Outdoors Unlimited held several fund-raising activities this year to build up its treasury, making a come- back from near-extinction. The club has hopes for increased membership and a strong schedule of activities in the upcoming year. Above, Outdoors Unlimited, m row: dreg Varney, Fred Wambolt, V.P., Cindy Kinder, Sec., Rose Carroll, and Nora Broughton. Second row: Steve Whalen, Steve Schnack, Tammy Shaftoe, Phil Saulnier, Wayne Jewett, Cindy Cheney, and Cindy busignan. Pres. Kot pictured: Bob banpher, Treas. 95 D.E.CA. DECA, Distributive Education Club of America, in the past year was active in running North High’s school store, " Ralph’s Corner.” They also aided in selling advertising for the year- book. DECA sponsored one of the many dances held dur- ing the year. DECA members participated in a series of regional conventions where they demonstrated skills in retail sales and advertising. Right. DEC ' A, first row: Kelly Caldwell, Colleen Foley, and Paula Petti. Second row: Bob Dargis, Dave Hebert, Dave Silvia, and Bob Fournier. Third row: Beth Desilets, Sue Lamarre, Betty Gibeault, and Beth Treen. Be M ' , Junior DECA, m raw. ' Jane Gebski, Valerie Butler, Carolyn Pederson, and A1 Bowen. Second row: Phil Johnson, Roger Bray, Burt Phipps, and (ilenn Packer. Student Aides Whenever a projector, screen, or recorder is needed; whenever, a message is to be delivered or a morning attendance sheet is to be circulated, one of North High’s student aides performs the task. Along with these jobs, the office aides make phone calls to inquire about absent students or just punch in tardy students. The water aides work as a team with the special needs students develop- ing water skills. Left, Office Aides, m row: Cathy Leach and Mary Noviello. Second row: Darcy Castro, Lisa Arnone, Michele Pierson, and Jeannine Gau- dette. Third row: Maria Lapierre, Joanne Plath, Patty Velletri, and Kim Tinkham. 11 •: i Him Left. Special Needs: Frank Thomas, Bruce Dzialo, Jim Meyer, Ken Cauldwell, Roy Anderson, Betsy Hart, Kevin Dzialo, Phil Whalen, Wendell Barry, Roland Lizotte, and John Silvia. Ijeft, Water Aides, J rf row: Fred Wambolt, Karen Haug, and Lynne Wells. Second row: Pamela Rossi, advisor, Kim Santsayer, Diane Pay- son, and Cindy Lusignon. 97 The Free Press Incorporating the production of the school newspaper right into the classroom journalism course eliminated some of the age-old problems that plague publications at NAHS. It allowed students to work on the paper during school hours rather than after school when many of them hold outside jobs. It also led to better organization and involved more students. Mr. Rolf Tallberg, the advisor, says that more than 40 students contributed to The Free Press during the past year. Circulation has also increased. More than 500 students bought each of the five issues produced this past year. Eventually, The Free Press hopes to publish every two weeks, but this will involve students working on it during their free time at school and two to four afternoons a week after school. According to Mr. Tallberg, the paper needs more people to sell ads and to take pictures. It also needs more school-related articles. The Free Press must be " more than amusement. It ought to create dialogue, to open problem areas for discussion,” comments Mr. Tallberg. The newspaper staff welcomes students from all classes, including the freshmen, and hopes to develop a strong, central staff which will provide some continuity from year to year. This past year. The Free Press was edited by Todd Menard, Steve Pratt, and Nora Broughton. The Free Press staff, y n row: Nora Broughton, Ginny Arena, Lisa Segel, and Rolf Tallberg, advisor. Second row: Brad Haverly, Bob Blount, Steve Pratt, Jeff Tinkham, Brian Patch, and Gary Viera. 98 Galadriel staff: Rus Benson, advisor, Bonnie MacPherson, Nora Broughton, Ginny Arena, Jane MacKenzie, Pat Hanley, Laura Taylor, Tammy Shaf- toe. Sue Veldman, and Ted Lamoureux. Galadriel Under the guidance of Mr. Rus Benson, its advisor, NAHS’s literary magazine, Galadriel, has evolved into a pleasing professional publication. This year’s edition, dedicated to the mythical and ever-elusive whale, displayed brown-tone sketches and detailed character descriptions among the poetry and short stories. Students from all classes are urged to submit writing and art work for inclusion in Galadriel. A small staff then selects the poems, short stories, and sketches for publication. Although the staff has not been formally organized into an editorial hierarchy previously, it intends to be more traditional in staff structure next year. The staff hopes to increase circulation from approximately 400 copies this past year to 800 or more copies. It also hopes to produce two issues a year, perhaps one each semester. Galadriel also suffers from student time spent on its production. Again, stu- dents have difficulty working on it after school hours and so must devote much of their free in-school time to it. Also, underclassmen do not contribute signifi- cantly to the magazine. Mr. Benson feels that the latest issue contained a " good balance” of art and writing, and some good poetry. " Students are showing a better use of imagery and metaphor,” he says. This increased interest in poetry has prompted the staff to consider sponsoring poetry workshops next year. 99 v y y ’ c«: ' w X , s: f- V V I X ' . ' ' i- ' T i Yearbook Staff, y rr rwu ' Senior editors Betty Salesses, Pam Perkins, Mike Walker, and Lisa Scorgie. Second row: Cathy Flanagan, Joanne Onoyan, Dave Balut, Sue Winsor, Nora Broughton, Phil Saulnier, and Robert Holmes. Third row: Debbie Mercier, Kevin Blount, Lori VanDusen, Marcy Doble, Gregg Berkley, Sandy LeBeau, Wayne Jewett, Diane Sarrazin, and Sue Gariepy. 100 Si . Kw j ♦ 3 r.«. -., 99S 5 ' rfvV UV ‘ • - VS m: V A i ' ►i ' L f • f S5S5 i iv ' H., Fourth row: Paula Falocco, Janet Onoyan, Lynda Van Duscn, Lori Deblois, Gina Palmucci.Jim Winsor, Diane Berg, and Karen Jourdenais. Fifth row: Houda Al-Amir, Lisa Riley, Kim Erickson, Kellie Murphy, Ginny Bedard, Carol Bliss, Allison Curren, Karen Michaud, and Nancy McGowan. Sixth row: Robbie Rocha, Lisa Segel, Joanne Croke, Barbara McDonagh, Tracey Gow, Sandy Dargis, Cam Davignon, Fred Wambolt and Glenn Shaw. 101 Ice Ho ckey The North Stars, NAHS’s Ice Hockey team, experienced a rather disappointing season, win- ning only four of seventeen matches. The team, coached by Mr. John Harris, improved some- what over last year but not as much as had been hoped. Most defeats could be blamed on being out-skated. The superior competition in the league demands that the North Stars skate more, involving more ice time. Chris Cullen, goalie, was named to the All-Hockomock-League team. The 23 -member J.V. Ice Hockey team won five of its thirteen matches. It proved highly competitive in all its matches, much improved over last year. It also l(X)ks forward to spending more time on the ice next year. Right: Coach Harris — " Oh No! Not again! " Below: Goalie Chris Cullen — " Who is that masked man?” Bottom left: Steve Lewis — " Alright, who put chewing gum on the puck?” Bottom right: " Cmon you guys! We can’t all be goalies!” I ' arsity Season Record NA 1 Millis 2 NA 1 Attleboro 3 NA 3 Stoughton 5 NA 0 Franklin 2 NA 0 Canton 10 NA 3 King Philip 9 NA 3 Oliver Ames 4 NA 3 Stoughton 6 NA 2 Franklin 4 NA 1 Canton 7 NA 1 King Philip 1 NA 3 Oliver Ames 9 NA 4 Feehan 1 NA 1 Stoughton 5 NA 0 Franklin 6 NA 2 Canton 7 NA 1 King Philip 5 NA 5 Mansfield 2 NA 2 Oliver Ames 3 NA 1 Fox boro 0 NA 3 Feehan 2 Top, the Varsity Hockey first row: Carl Heben, Steve Lewis, Tom Sager, Chris Cullen, Ed Hickey, Tim Sheehy, Bob Aheam, Bill Fuller, and Dave Will. Second row: }on Chabot, Mike Staple- ton, Dave Langille, Dan Conley, John Stapleton, Gregg Berkley, Paul Briggs, Dave Parlee, Dave Balut, and Doug Martha. Above, the Junior Varsity Hockey team, first row: Bob Colleran, Marc Labonte, Doug Parlee, John Birs, Mike Balut, Frank Teix- eira. Dale Silvia, Shane McKenna, Mike Larochelle, and Mike McDermott. Second row: Chris Hume, Richard Clarke, Matt Rey- nolds, Greg Dean, Greg Tinkham, Jeff Lewis, Scott Fuller, Chuck Shumila, Gregg Schmidt, Matt Szpila, Gary Briggs, Tom Culhane, and Coach Richard Hammond. Left: Bob Ahearn — " Hey! Your stick is caught on my shorts!” Junior V arsity Season Record Millis Millis King Philip Oliver Ames N, Smithfield Oliver Ames Franklin S.E. Yoke Lincoln King Philip S.E. Yoke N. Smithfield Franklin NA NA NA 13 NA NA NA 10 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA Top left: Bob Ahearn — " O.K., my guess is that you’ve got the puck in your right hand.” Top right: Mr. Mitchell, Mrs. Battista and Dave Will — " Really, Dave, you should switch to an electric razor.” Above: Tim Sheehy — Gee w ' hiz! Why do we have to leave just as the game is getting interesting?” Right: Bill Fuller — " Alright, wiseguy, who are you calling ' birdcage breath’??” 04 HOCKEY PLAYERS ONLY Hockey Cheerleaders Left, Hockey Cheerleaders, left to right: Wendy LeStage, Lynn Laderoute, Dianne Martha, Kim Erickson, Lisa Metrano, Lisa Riley, Sue Rickard, Andrea Berg, Alison Thresher, Sharon Melucci. Left: Kim Erickson — " I sure wish they’d turn on the lights in here!” Above: Wendy LeStage — " This game is so exciting.” Bottom: " Look! It’s a Good Humor man!” This was the first year that cheerleaders participated in ice hockey. They did their best cheering for their team in the twenty- degree atmosphere of the rinks. The Hockey Cheerleaders entered competitions at Prouty and Franklin High Schools, and co-hosted a third one. Their favorite pastimes included stops at McDonald’s, team breakfasts, candy bags, and " Chinese Red Lights.” Far left: " It’s nice to be appreciated.” Top left: Norm Achin competes in the high hurdles. Top right and opposite: Kevin Blount — " Ready, set, go!” Above: Chet Cekala, Kevin Schmidt, and John Hob- son — " Wait a minute. This says that the meet is tomorrow night!” Right: Chris Loew — " If 1 keep up this pace. I’ll be first in lunch line!” Indoor Track The severe weather in January, February and March, coupled with unusually large amounts of snow, made road training diffi- cult, if not impossible, for the 39-member co- ed Winter Track Team. The team lost all seven of its meets but did manage to capture some individual honors. The team placed sixth in the All-Hocko- mock-League meet. In the All-State meet, Kevin Schmidt placed second in the 50-yard dash. 106 Season Record NA 40 Foxxboro NA 42 Stoughton NA 32 King Philip NA 40 Canton NA 42 Sharon NA 20 Mansfield NA 26 Franklin Below left, Indoor Track Tezm, first row: Bill Fay, Chet Cekala, Tra- cey Gow, Kevin Blount, Marcy Doble, Bob Lanpher, and Jim Paul. Second row: Walter Cekela, Scott Potter, Sean Hanley, Mark Padula, Neal Coffey, and Chris Loew, Third row: Peter Bannon, Jeff Wer- ner, Dan McCrocy, Kevin Schmidt, Mike Brunell, and Gene Bouthi- lette. Fourth row: Wendy Vician, Kim Durkin, Karen Montgomery, Laurie Percevay, Rita Mulligan, and Kim Tinkham. Below right: Neal Coffey and Chris Loew — " Hey! Four guys into three lanes won’t go!” Bottom left: Dan McCrory — " Will you guys make up your minds and tell me which way to the finish line?” Bottom right: }o x ch on — " Faster than a speeding bullet . . Right, above: Sean Hanley — " Only six more miles to go!” Right, below: Rita Mulligan — " Only six more miles to go! Belou ' left: Werner, Walter Cekala, and Gene Bouthilette — " Well, I don’t know what it is either!” Below center: Dave Bull and Bull Curren — " Hurry, the bus is leaving! Bottom: Bill Curren hands off the baton in a relay race. Girls ' Basketball Captained by Sue McCrory and Patti McMorrow, and coached by Bar- bara Murphy, the Girls’ Varsity Basketball team won six of its sixteen games. Lack of height, not lack of enthusiasm or hustle, determined many of the losses. Kay Gallotta was named to the Hockomock All-Star team and was recognized as G.A.A. High Scorer. The G.A.A. also voted Patti McMorrow as Most Contributing Player. With only three of its fourteen members graduating this year, the Varsity team looks forward to many experienced players in the next few years. The Girls’ J.V. Basketball team earned a split season, winning eight and losing eight games. Coach Barbara Murphy feels the team was too large to grant all the girls sufficient playing time. She suggests that pos- sibly a freshman team would give the girls the practice in fundamentals they need before playing J.V. basketball. Aboi’e, Girls’ Varsity Basketball team, m row: Sandy Dargis, Darleen Sanville, Cathy Gaskin, Patty McMorrow, Sue McCrory, Kay Gallotta, Debbie Dalton, and Mary MacIntyre. Second row: Coach Barbara Mur- phy, Karen Schmidt, Kris Kummer, Karen Whitefield, Carol Monast, Stephanie Rioux, Donna Salesses, Sue Gariepy, and Karen Jourdenais. Left: Sandy Dargis and Darleen Sanville — " Just call me ' Stretch’.’’ Season Records Varsity NA 32 Stoughton 42 NA 53 Mansfield 26 NA 31 Oliver Ames 59 NA 37 Foxboro 45 NA 41 Sharon 65 NA 46 Canton 41 NA 48 King Philip 47 NA 31 Franklin 44 NA 40 Stoughton 52 NA 33 Mansfield 23 NA 54 Oliver Ames 42 NA 33 Foxboro 52 NA 28 Sharon 48 NA 45 Canton 56 NA 47 King Philip 35 NA 27 Franklin 47 Junior Varsity NA 13 Stoughton 33 NA 43 Mansfield 18 NA 27 Oliver Ames 31 NA 20 Foxboro 30 NA 14 Sharon 27 NA 28 Canton 29 NA 28 King Philip 26 NA 30 Franklin 21 NA 25 Stoughton 47 NA 29 Mansfield 9 NA 33 Oliver Ames 17 NA 28 Foxboro 23 NA 33 Sharon 21 NA 24 Canton 19 NA 26 King Philip 28 NA 21 Franklin 25 Above left: Darlene Sanville — " Keep away, keep away!” Above right: Cathy Gaskin — " Concentra- tion is the name of the game.” Above: Carol Monast and Mary MacIntyre — " Keep trying, Mary. You’ll get it in the basket one of these times.” Right: Sandy Dargis — " Oh, oh! It’s going right through that window!” i Left: Kay Gallotta and Karen Whitefield " Mine, all mine!” Below, the Junior Varsity Basketball team, first row: Patty Dalton, Pam Riley, Lynn Cappa, Karen Tremblay, Cam Davignon, Judy Bliss, and Coach Steve Robertson. Second row: Cindy Place, Colleen Phalen, Cheryl Kraskouskas, Sue Vail- lancourt, Karen Schmidt, and Debbie Dalton. Third row: Linda Mulligan, Kris Kummer, Maura Tighe, and Donna Salesses. Boys ' Basketball The eleven-member Boys’ Varsity Basketball team, coached by Ken- neth Pickering, won only two of its twenty games this season. Three of the games had score differences of less than five points. Seven members will be returning to the Varsity squad next year. This year’s captain was Gary Viera. The eleven-member J.V. Basketball team, coached by Michael Babul, won four of its 19 games with seven games being very close in scores. Again, only two of the team were juniors; therefore, the freshmen and sophomores gained experience. The Freshman Basketball team, with seventeen members and coached by Rick Smith, won eleven of its sixteen games. Below, the Varsity Basketball team, row .- Gary Viera. Second row: Coach Ken Pickering, Kelly McLaughlin, Brian Patch, Don Johnson, Dave Paulhus, Roger Bray, Tom Healey, Bill Robinson, Paul Schmidt, Mike Redding, Matt McCarthy, and trainer Carl Mitchell. Season Record NA42 NA35 NA42 NA51 NA60 NA41 NA42 NA47 NA61 NA43 Silver Lake Attleboro Stoughton Attleboro Mansfield Oliver Ames Foxboro Sharon Canton King Philip NA42 NA56 NA50 NA45 NA55 NA45 NA45 NA45 NA34 NA54 Franklin Stoughton Mansfield Oliver Ames Foxboro Sharon Canton King Philip Feehan Franklin Opposite, top: Paul Schmidt and Don Johnson — " Push, push, push!” Opposite, micLile: Mike Redding — " Ooops . . Top left: Brian Patch — " Coming through, please!” Top right: Kelly McLaughlin — " No, I don’t want to dance!” Above: Don Johnson — " No you don’t!” Left: Gary Viera — " C’mon you guys, give me a break!” Season Records Junior I ’arsity Freshmen NA 31 Attleboro 47 NA 47 King Philip 29 NA 34 Stoughton 45 NA 50 Franklin 44 NA 36 Attleboro 60 NA 55 Stoughton 69 NA 30 Mansfield 55 NA 55 Mansfield 54 NA 39 Oliver Ames 48 NA 44 Oliver Ames 56 NA 64 Foxboro 54 NA 52 Foxboro 34 NA 37 Sharon 34 NA 52 Sharon 41 NA 43 Canton 40 NA 64 Canton 47 NA 43 King Philip 44 NA 54 King Philip 31 NA 27 Franklin 29 NA 55 Franklin 49 NA 51 Stoughton 65 NA 54 Stoughton 67 NA 40 Mansfield 39 NA 66 Mansfield 37 NA 49 Oliver Ames 63 NA 66 Oliver Ames 84 NA 37 Foxboro 51 NA 71 Foxboro 43 NA 24 Sharon 65 NA 53 Sharon 58 NA 47 Canton 53 NA 72 Canton 38 NA 44 King Philip 54 NA 40 Bishop Feehan 46 NA 41 Franklin 55 Above right: Steve Whalen — " Well, Superman always did it this way.” Right: Mike Croke and Joe Fitzgibbons — " Hey! Where’d you get those moves?” Fklow, The Junior Varsity Basketball team: Manager George Johnson, Chuck Averill, Steve Savard, Bill Conroy, Keith Estey, Steve Whalen, Steve Savard, Joe Fitzgibbons, Tim Lalancette, Mike Croke, and Manager Mike Branagan. Top left, the Freshman Basketball team, first row: Brian Copley, Greg Horton, Tom Battersby, Mark Lizotte, Keven Uhlig, and Jerry Espi- nosa. Second row: Jack Johnson, Bob Hervieux, Glenn Feder, Dan Mar- cotte. Bill Lepere, and Tim Redding. Third row: Ray Blanchard, Tom Messier, Russ Hall, John Simms, Tom Wilber, and Coach Rick Smith. Top right: Tom Messier — " I know he’s not seven feet tall. He just looks seven feet tall!” Above ? .• Jerry Espinosa — " Honest, Coach! I didn’t do it!” Above: Look, Coach! Fourteen balls in the air at the same time!!” Left: Brian Copley — " Two points for the good guys!” Gymnastics Although the enthusiastic 24-member gymnastics team won only four of its eight meets, it displayed much improvement over last year, with several students receiving individual honors. Norma Jourdenais was named to the Boston Globe Scholastic All-Around team and to the Hockomock All-Star team. She also received the Highest Point Total on the team. Leslie Curren was voted Most Con- tributing. In the Hockomock Individual Competition held on March 2 at NAHS, Cindy Parlee, Lynn Gobin, Diane Berg, Debra Vandal, and Norma Jourdenais placed significantly. All the varsity gymnasts and some Team II members attended sum- mer camps in 1977 for which they raised their own money. Coach Marcia Connors feels the team’s main weakness is its need for a dance coach to help choreograph beam and floor exercises. Above, Team , first row: Debra Vandal, J. Elizabeth Hobson, Leeann Billingkoff, Joann Thorpe, Cindy Parlee and Kathy Cavedon. Second row: Sue Beaupre, Leslie Curren, Diane Berg, Lynn Gobin, and Norma Jourdenais. Right: Debbie Vandal — " Hi there, handsome!” Top: Diane Berg and Fluffy Hobson — thing you can do I can do better!” Any- Abave left: Norma Jourdenais — " And now for my ' Wonder Woman’ impersonation.” Above right: Lynn Gobin It s easy! Left, Team W, front: Carol Closson. First row: Karen Nevers, Tammie Gaudreau, Erin Achin, Lauren Delfino. Second row: Jane Gobin, Sue Lund, Cathy Taylor, Kim Rhuda. 117 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 56.25 49.65 60.95 62.15 61.90 67.50 71.80 69.30 Season Record Stoughton Franklin Stoughton Canton King Philip Canton King Philip Franklin 54.90 73.25 60.40 63.10 59.85 72.65 64.45 80.05 Juniors Above: Jeannine Ducharme — " You should have this guy . . Right: Paul Schmidt — " What a bod!” Right, 1st row: Houda Al-Amir, Linda Allen, Robert Amedei. 2nd row: Lori Angus, Betty Ann Arnold, Dave Balut. Ird row: Pam Barker, Linda Beaulieu, Jim Beaupre. 4th row: Claire Beauregard, Ginny Bedard, Laurie Bellavance. th row: Carol Bliss, Robert Blount, Carol Bonenfant. 6th row: Janet Bonome, Don Brana- gan, Scott Bremner. 1th row: Nora Broughton, Mike Brunnell, Valerie Butler. 118 Above, 1st row: Claire Buttcrworth, Pat Casey. 2nd row: Darlene Carney, Doug Cash, Tina Cerreto, Ann Champagne, Brenda Clark, Mike Cote, Amelia Couture, Sally Coyle, Tammy Crosta. Above: Pam Barker and Keith Waterman — " If my boyfriend only knew!” Left: Steve Rioux — " All right! Who put tomato soup in my paint?” 119 Left, 1st row: Jzmcs Curtis, Beth Daly, Daniel Dalton. 2ne row: Darlene Derois, Rita Doran, Kerry Dolan. 3rd row: Rosemary Doxsee, Stacy Erickson, Judith Fortune. 4th row: Lori Frisell, Dean Fuller, Katherine Gallotta. 3th row: Suzanne Gariepy, Richard Gaulin, Valerie Gibson. Below: Darlene Carney — " Signed in late, pass out for 2nd, skipping 3rd, study 4th . Right, 1st row: Evelyn Gledhill, Roberta Goulet, Curt Grosse, Jayne Hall, Patricia Hanley, Susan Hillsman. 2nd row: Martha Hirsch, George John- son, Philip Johnson, Thomas Johnson, Deborah Jones, Norma Jourdenais. 3rd row: Diane Kamps, Mark Kapolchok, Kathy Kreischer, Randy Lacasse, Eileen Lacasse, Annette Lapointe. 2 ' ’ j 121 Right: Mike Brunell — " All I vant iss your blood!” Far right: Marsha Lalibcrte — " Don’t tell me that!” Below: Bill Curren and Ray Savard — " Don’t worry. Bill, I’ve got the answers tattooed on my wrist!” Bottom: Carl Hebert, Kathy Kreischer, and Tammy Crosta during a typical study period. , i. ' dw tinwir Right, 1st row: Donna Lee, Darlene Legg, Pauline Lemieux, Donna Letourneau, Michael Lizotte, Cynthia Lowney. 2ncl row: Bambi Maitland, Douglas Martha, Steve Martino, Patricia Mason, Robert McCarthy, Mary McClain. }rd row: Mau- reen McCretton, Barbara McDonagh, Christina Metrano, Laurie Merigold, Lori Meyer, Pamela Meyer. Above: Dean Fuller — " Mmm ... I see . . .” Left, 1st row: Robert Mochrie, Michele Moxter, Rita Mulligan. 2nd row: Kellie Murphy, Susan Murphy, Timothy Nolan. 3rd row: Robert Nolan, Carol Noviello, Laureen Pardo. 4th row: Donna Parker, Brian Patch, Patti Paul. 5th row: Kathleen Peterson, Christopher Poholek, Cindy Quacken- bush. 123 Right. 1st row: Roberta Rocha, Joseph Rofino, Raymonci Savard. 2nci row: Steven Scarpaci, John Schmidt, Paul Schmidt, -ire row: Teal Shaw, Steven Shumila, Sharon Sicicinger, 4th row: David Silva, Mark Silva, Marc Smith. ' )th row: John Stapleton, Thomas Sullivan, Paula Sullivan. Below: Bruce Fernberg and John Vaillancourt — " I think we missed .something, John I” Iwft. 1st row: Barbara Sutherland, Susan Theroux, Lisa Todesco, Creorge Vaillancourt, John Vail- lancourt, Donna Vanbever. 2mi row: Brian Van- Leeuwen, Rae Varney, Suzanne Veldman, Lyn-Su Wambolt, Keith Waterman, (iurt Wells, ird row: Andrea Werner, Bryan Whatmough, Mora Wheeler, Sue Win.sor, (iharlene Wright, Judith Yankee. 124 Above, } imor Class Officers, T Vj row: Mary McClain, Vice-President, Dave Balut, President. Second row: Tracey Bar- boza. Treasurer, Maureen Clancy, Secretary. Not pictured: Craig Achin, Andrea Alix, Mark Anderson, Virginia Arena, Robert Ashworth, Joseph Baldasaro, Kim- berly Bartlett, Catherine Bennett, Donald Betts, Arthur Bleau, Bruce Bliss, Todd Bliss, John Bouthillette, Alan Bowen, Faith Boyd, Debra Boyer, Paul Briggs, Kenneth Brissette, Susan Brown, Peter Brunelli, Debra Burns, Leslie Burns, Linda Cauldwell, Donna Cauldwell, Jon Chabot, Tamara Chapman, Jonathan Chernov, Maureen Clancy, Mary Conley, Joanne Croke, Thomas Cronin, William Curren, Robert Currie, John Daly, Sandy Dargis, Leslie Davignon, Timothy Deschenes, Janet Desroche, David Dewitt, John Ducharme, Deborah Fames, Keith Estey, Bruce Fernberg, Paul Fleming, Daniel Flynn, Colleen Foley, John Forbes, David Franklin, Robin Frazier, Jay Gaboury, Jayne Gebski, James Germain, Michael Germain, Thomas Gibbons, Douglas Gibbons, Christopher Gilmore, Theresa Girard, Lynn Gobin, Deborah Gomes, Tracey Gow, Kurt Hagarman, Edward Hansen, Robin Harris, Richard Healey, Brad Heard, Carl Hebert, Beth Higgins, Kevin Hill, J. Elizabeth Hobson, Kathleen Hogan, Jonathan Holmes, Kimberly Howard, Donna Ivory, Daniel Jacobs, Alan Jette, Neil Johnson, Deborah Kenney, Earl King, Julie King, Lisa Kivlin, Kath- leen Kronheim, Paul Labrie, Paul Lalancette, Marsha Laliberte, Kenneth Lallier, Christine Lamarre, Jacqueline Lam- bert, Jean Landry, David Langille, Keith Larson, Richard Lefevre, Michael Lucchetti, Mary McIntyre, Rayanne Mackey, Donald Martino, Nancy McGowan, Kathleen McKitchen, Peter McNamara, Paul Medal, Sharon Melucci, Scott Meserve, Michelle Meyer, Patricia Morrill, Daniel Nicholson, John Noble, Richard Pacheco, Glenn Packer, Kenneth Padula, David Parlee, Burton Phipps, Thomas Piantadosi, Francis Pollard, Maryellen Purdy, John Rabuffo, Darryl Read, Dennis Redding, Michael Reid, Edward Reinbold, Susan Rickard, Stephan Rioux, James Roach, Darlene Roberts, Angela Roessler, Dale Rose, Timothy Rowles, Darlene Sanville, Edgar Sauerlinder, Faith Savage, Holly Sav- age, Richard Savard, Kim Partington, John Pedini, Brad Schofield, Tamara Shaftoe, Colleen Sherry, Maryjo Silva, Timothy Slaney, Kelly Smith, Irene Staples, Brian Turley, Charles Twyman, Brian Vivian, Michael Waterman, Allan Watters, Kim Wentzell, Beth White, Mark White, Rachael Wnuk. 125 Junior Prom Above, the Queen and her Court, center: Queen Claire Butterworth. First row: Kellie Murphy, Tammy Crosta, Mary McClain, Dave Paulhus, Maryjo Silva, Kathy Krcischer, Carol Bliss, Ginny Bedard. Second row: Mike Schmidt, Steve Shumila, Doug Grosse, Mike Brunell, Ray Savard, Matt McCarthy, Kerry Dolan. 126 The Junior Prom was held at the Sheraton-Tara in Fram- ingham, Mass, on Saturday, May i . The theme of this year’s prom was " I Need You” with music by Full Circle. The Jun- ior boys selected as Prom Queen Claire Butterworth, and all who attended the prom enjoyed themselves. Opposite page, top: Mike Schmidt and " date” — " Where’s Kellie, Mike?” Opposite page, left: Memories of the Junior prom. Top: Dave Balut and Kim Schoeppner — " What did you say!?” Above: Laureen Pardo and Pat Morrill — " I thought we were having turkey not chipped beef.” lx:ft: Kelly Smith — " Are you serious?” 127 Variety Show Ttif Annual Junior ’arict Show was held on Saturday. Ma 1 1 in the NAllS Theater. This year ' s show featured two pertonnames to near-eapaeit (.rowds. W ' ith stalwart M.(l. .Mike Hrunell introduein t: the ' manv aets. the enthusi- .istie responses of the audiences were both a reward and a tribute to the ( .ind crew . The c]ualit of performances offered was judged by many to have been the best ever. Among the more memorable .Kts were a " Ciong Show " lampooning the NAMS Faculty anil a Junior Fashion Show models we will never Ixr able to full - describe. In every respect, this year ' s show was a smashing success. 128 Opposite, top left: Steve Schnaek and Greg Berkley — " The B(xl Beauti- ful " Opposite top right: } mm Beaupre ings for us. Oppostte bottom: ]un ' wr g rh dance their I ' rihute to HoUyuoocl. Above left: Vse l- ' aloeeo anil Ted Lamoureux in their ' ' Mont Pithon " sketch — " I don ' t like this show Above: Mike Brunell attempts another joke. Ijeft: w (iurtis and Peter McNamara — Do ou two alwa s dress like this. 129 r In this section . . . Baseball 132 Softball 136 Boys’ Tennis 140 Girls’ Tennis 142 Track 144 Golf 147 Class of 1977 148 Senior Superlatives 180 Senior Prom 186 Senior Play 188 Awards 190 Class Day 192 Senior Reception 194 Graduation 196 y ' y Varsity Baseball 1977 was a somewhat disappointing year for the NAHS varsity base- ball team. The season record of six wins and ten losses does not show the close games and heartbreak losses which hurt the team badly. Their first game, against Stoughton, was a one-run loss in ten innings which shook the Rocketeers’ morale. This may have affected the whole season, as the record shows. The season was not without its bright spots, however. NA came up with some winning combinations and victories highlight the record. This year, like last year, the team will lose many key players, among them several pitchers. Still, there is the hope that with a few new faces from the junior varsity and freshman teams, the Rocketeers will " go get ’em’’ next year. Right: Brian Patch trying to look " chic.” Below: Tim Rowles — " I can’t bear to watch!” Below right: Gerry Gohring — " Did I hit it, did I hit it?” NA Stoughton Mansfield Oliver Ames Foxboro Sharon Canton King Philip Attleboro Franklin Oliver Ames Mansfield Stoughton Sharon Feehan Canton Foxboro King Philip Franklin Cumberland Attleboro NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA (f M- ' V NA NA NA Season Record Left: Mr. Harris — " Well boys, the Dow-Jones Industrial Average went down five points yester- day.” Below, the Varsity Baseball Team: Mike Red- ding, Brian Ives, Don Johnson, Chris Poholek, Gerry Gohring, Jay Poirier, Gary Viera, Tom Sager, Dave Paulhus, Brian Patch, Joe James, Billy Cavalieri, Phil Johnson, John Kelly, and Tim Rowles. Left and above: Co-captains Tom Sager and Dave Paulhus at work for the team. 133 Junior Varsity And Freshman Baseball The Junior Varsity Baseball Team, coached by Jeffrey Grant, played a good season with ten wins and eight losses. Coach Grant agreed that he had a good team and a good season. Coach Richard Smith’s Freshman Baseball team was rewarded with a successful season of ten wins and four losses. Coach Smith said that although the team had some problems, its record speaks for itself. With tw ' o teams like these the Varsity baseball team should be very strong in the future. Belou Junior Varsity Baseball Team, 1st row: Ernest St. Pierre, David Trima, and Mike Branagan. 2nd row: Mitch MacDonald, David Balut, Tim Lalancette, Jim Roach, Marc Labonte, Chuck Averill, and Steve Whalen. }rd row: Bill Conroy, Don Johnson, Mike Redding, Steve Savard, Carl Hebert, and Brian Ives. 134 Opposite top: " The coach said to always keep your eyes on the ball.” Ljfft. Freshman Baseball Team, 1st row: Lance Woodbury, Chris Paulhus, Steve Nardelli, Steve Duplisea, and Mike McDermott. 2nd row: Greg Horton, Chuck Yankee, Billy Lep- ere, Ralph Dellaratta, Jack Johnson, and Keith Beyer, lird row: Paul Fredette, Tim McCretton, John Simms, Tom Messier, Mike Cavedon, and Tom Culhane. NA 4 Season Records Junior Varsity Stoughton 3 NA 10 Mansfield 8 NA 1 Oliver Ames 0 NA 2 Foxboro 0 NA 0 Sharon 7 NA 5 Canton 4 NA 6 King Philip 3 NA 0 Franklin 3 NA 5 Attleboro 4 NA 0 Stoughton 4 NA 7 Oliver Ames 4 NA 0 Mansfield 5 NA 3 Sharon 4 NA 0 Canton 3 NA 3 Foxboro 7 NA 5 King Philip 4 NA 3 Franklin 7 NA 9 Attleboro 4 NA 4 Freshman Attleboro 3 NA 3 Oliver Ames 2 NA 2 King Philip 6 NA 15 Foxboro 0 NA 4 Attleboro 6 NA 10 King Philip 3 NA 2 Stoughton 3 NA 5 King Philip 3 NA 21 Oliver Ames 3 NA 2 Canton 1 NA 5 Franklin 1 NA 3 Canton 7 NA 6 Sharon 5 NA 8 Foxboro 2 Opposite bottom: Carl Hebert, pitcher, winds up for a fast one. Ijeft: John Simms — " Hey, you’re supposed to run the bases counterclockwise.” Above: Paul Fredette — " Now you’ve had it.” 135 Varsity Softball The Girls’ Varsity Softball Team enjoyed a good sea- son with eleven wins and seven losses which placed them fifth in the league. Patty Johnson, who pitched a no-hit- ter against Sharon, Lynn Wells who was voted Most Contributing, and Denise Savard who achieved the high- est batting average on the team, were this year’s captains. This year’s dedicated coach was Barbara Murphy who will return again next season with a permanent fan. Above: Stephanie Rioux — " Come back Herman!” Right: Donna LaFontaine — " I’m ready and waiting.” Below, Girls’ Varsity Softball: Sue Gariepy, Rose Provost, Carol Monast, Laurie Midon, Sandy Dargis, Maureen Sullivan, Donna LaFontaine, Lynn Wells, Patty Johnson, Denise Savard, Wendy Sim- mons, Debbie Dalton, Darlene Sanville, Stephanie Rioux, Barbara Murphy, Coach. . Above left: Maureen Sullivan — " Bet you don’t even have the ball Above right: Laurie Midon — " Look out Attleboro, here I come. Karen Whitefield — " I think I swallowed the ball! Season Record Stoughton Stoughton Mansfield Mansfield Oliver Ames Oliver Ames Foxboro Foxboro Sharon Sharon Canton Canton King Philip King Philip Franklin Franklin Attleboro Attleboro J.V. Softball The Junior Varsity Softball Team, captained by Maura Tighe and Faith Silva, had a record of five wins and six losses. The experience gained this year will be put to use next year on the varsity team. The team’s coach, Mary Savard was brand new to the coaching scene having been a star player on the Varsity squad only a year ago. At the Spring Awards Night Assembly, Jensine Harding, was awarded the trophy for being the most improved player. I NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA Season Record Canton King Philip Franklin Stoughton Oliver Ames Mansfield Sharon Canton Foxboro King Philip Franklin Opposite, far left: Tammie Gaudreau — " I wonder how the umpire will call it?” Opposite, left: " Joanne Plath exhibits her batting style. Opposite, bottom. Girls’ Junior Varsity Softball, 1st row: Tammie Gaudreau, Tina Osborne, Linda Lefebvre, Jensine Harding, Mary Noviello, Maura Tighe, Faith Silva, Thea Yurman, Michelle Mackey, and Karen Schmidt. 2nd row: Mary Savard, Coach, Linda Mulligan, Colleen Phalen, Joanne Roach, Jeanne LaFontaine, Sue Vaillancourt, Joanne Plath, Cindy Craigin, and Maura Hoye. Above left: Maura Tighe — " All right, who put the crazy glue in my glove?” Above: Harding — " Why do I have the feeling I’m being followed.” Below: Karen Schmidt and Maura Tighe — " Open your mouth and close your eyes ...” 139 Boys ' Tennis This was a truly memorable year for the Boys’ Varsity Tennis Team. In only its fourth year of competition, it posted a record of twelve wins and four losses, the first winning season ever and a dramatic improvement over last year’s previ- ous-best. In league competition, the boys were twice blanked by the very ' powerful Sharon team, and lost close matches to Foxboro and Stough- ton. These latter defeats were avenged in late- season play, however, and North finished strongly with shutout victories over no less than four opponents. In addition, the team was invited to compete in the Eastern Massachusetts Tennis Tournament. Although the boys lost to Hingham. 2-3, in the first round of play, it was a giant step for the young team. Three N.A. players were named to the All- Hockomock Team: Greg Dean in second singles, and the duo of Todd Menard and Glenn Feder as second doubles. With several lettermen return- ing to the squad next year, tennis would seem to have a very bright future at N.A. Season Record NA 2 Stoughton 3 NA 4 Mansfield 1 NA 3 Oliver Ames 2 NA 2 Foxxboro 3 NA 0 Sharon 5 NA 4 Canton 1 NA 3 King Philip 2 NA 4 Franklin 1 NA 3 Stoughton 2 NA 5 Oliver Ames 0 NA 4 Mansfield 1 NA 3 Foxboro 2 NA 0 Sharon 5 NA 3 Canton 0 NA 3 King Philip 0 NA 3 Franklin 0 NA 2 Hingham 3 140 Top, Boys’ Tennis Team, 1st row: Greg Dean, Peter Dean (co-captain), Todd Menard (co-captain), and Jeff Fong. 2nd row: Coach, John Wood, Steve Billington, Bob Hickey, Dale Rose, Bob Hervieux and Kurt Hagarman. ird row: Dan Chernov, Peter Charlebois, and Glenn Feder. Opposite (? ,• Jeff Fong — " I just invented a new sport — ' Karate-Ten- nis’.” Opposite bottom: Glenn Feder — " I’ve got it!” Todd Menard — " What do you mean got it, I’m the captain!” Left: Co-captain Peter Dean demonstrates his backhand. Above: Kurt Hagerman — " Play in the nude to get more fan support? That’s a thought!” Girls ' Tennis After losing four seniors to graduation last year, the Girls’ Tennis Team began with several new faces. The team, captained by Lisa Scorgie, got off to a flying start, winning their first four matches and developing high hopes for an invitation to the State Tournament. These hopes were to remain unfulfilled, however, as a late-season series of injuries to key players resulted in four straight lost matches. Despite their disappoint- ment, the girls vowed at the annual banquet not to be disheartened and to come out on top next season. Prospects for the 1978 season are good; the team will lose only two players, and this year’s crop of excellent freshmen will have benefited from their first year of strong league competition. Season Record NA 3 Feehan 2 NA 4 Stoughton 1 NA 3 Stoughton 2 NA 3 Oliver Ames 2 NA 4 Mansfield 1 NA 5 Mansfield 0 NA 3 Oliver Ames 2 NA 1 Sharon 4 NA 1 Foxboro 4 NA 2 Canton 3 NA 0 Sharon 5 NA 2 Foxboro 3 NA 3 Canton 2 NA 1 King Philip 4 NA 4 King Philip 1 NA 3 Franklin 2 NA 3 Franklin 2 Top left: Kay Gallotta — " I told my mother not to starch this jacket!” Top right: Pam Toth — " Oh-oh! Now what did I do?” Above: Gretchen Loew — " Oops! I think I missed it.” 142 Track Top: Gene Bouthilctte Right: Doug Martha — " Oh no. I’m late! Bottom right: Keith Estey — " I think my thumb is stuck. Below. Boys’ Track Team, 1st row: Steve Fay, Chet Cekala, Kevin Blount, John Flynn, Bob Lanpher, and Jim Paul. 2nd row: Doug Martha, Bruce Bliss, Brian Whatmough, Roger Letendre, Neal Coffey, and Jerry Espinosa, ird row: Randy Hebert, Bob Wilber, Sean Hanley, Mark Padula, Dennis Schnack, Mike Trowbridge, and Chris Loew. 4th row: Dan Shepard, Scott Potter, Dan McCrory, Jay Bour- geois, Richard Clark, Jim Savard, Tim Redding, and Dave Tinkham. " ith row: Jeff Werner, Jim Beaupre, Kevin Schmidt, Mike Brunell, Steve Shumila, David Difiore, and Keith Anderson. 6th row: Peter Bannon, Walter Cekala, Gene Bouthilette, Keith Estey, Mark Labrie, and Kevin Uhlig. 1th row: John Birs and Bruce Gebski. 145 Above left: " Free Beer.” Above right: Dan McCrory — " Why did he just go under the hurdle?” Left: Kim Tinkham — " They went that-a-way.” The Boys’ Track Team obtained a record of two wins and six losses this year placing them seventh in the league. This record, however, does not show how diligently the boys worked. One person who dem- onstrated dedication to the team was Kevin Blount, captain, who raised enough money to make plaques for the boy in each class who achieved the most points. This year’s stars were: freshman, Jerry Espinosa; sophomore, Chris Loew; junior. Gene Bouthilette, who also captured the most points on the team; and senior, Kevin Schmidt, who won first place in the 100 yard dash at the South Shore Principal’s Meet. Boys ' Season Record NA 40 2 Feehan 86 ' 2 NA 60 Sharon NA 76 Canton 69 NA 68 Foxboro NA 61 V2 Stoughton 83 ' 2 NA 52 King Philip NA 37 Mansfield 108 NA 75 Oliver Ames NA 50 Franklin 95 146 The Girls’ Track Team, captained by Kathy Gaskin and Lisa Grenier, experienced a disappointing season with two wins and seven losses. The highest number of points in running was obtained by Norma Jourdanais while Kathy Gaskin chalked-up the most points in field events. On spring Sports Award Night, Lisa Grenier received a trophy for contributing the most to the team. Girls ' Season Record NA 49 Feehan 51 NA 40 Sharon NA 42 Canton 67 NA 71 Foxboro NA 77 Stoughton 32 NA 51 ' 2 King Philip NA 45 Mansfield 64 NA 48 Oliver Ames NA 44 Franklin 65 Right: K. C. Dunn and Fred Wambolt — " This is called a hurdle, Fred.” Belou ' , Girls’ Track Team, 1st row: Cindy Place, Rita Mulligan, Ixslie Curren, Lisa Grenier, Kathy Gaskin, Kim Tinkham, Cindy Parlee, Wendy Vician, and Joanne Thorpe. 2nd row: Kerrin Dunn, Karen Jourdenais, Karen Padula, Darlene Derois, Kathy Cavedon, Flolly Bal- lou, Kim Durkin, Kim Tinkham, Cindy Kinder, and Wendy Legg. Srd row: Patty Dalton, Kris Kummer, Maria Lapierre, Deh Hannan, Donna Salesses, Shelly C x)per, Lee anne Bil- lingkoff, Karen Montgomery, Karen Tremhlay, Kathy Dromsky, and Kathy Taylor. 4th row: Rohhie Rocha, Cindy Quackenhush, Tracey Gow, Tammy Crosta, Mary McClain, Sally Coyle, Donna Vanhever, Maryjo Silva, Barbara McDonagh, Amy McLaughlin, and Lori Wambolt. Ith row: Dianne Martha, Lisa Coyle, Norma Jourdenais, Lynne Laderoute, Jodie Bainton, Lynda Bcrthold, Lynda Van Dusen, Janet Onoyan, Debbie Zielinski, Leeann Clin- ton, and Laura Lepere. 6th row: Tammy Knowles, Karen Richardson, and Marcy Doble. tth row: Susan Young, Coach, Patty Legg, Pam Cornetta, Dianne Lykus, Sherry Brunell, Sue Lacasse, Laurie Percevay, Steve Robertson, Coach. 69 38 57 ' 2 61 Golf King Philip L Season Record Canton Foxboro T Sharon Stoughton W Stoughton Oliver Ames L Man sfield Mansfield W Franklin Franklin T The Golf Team placed sixth in the Hockomock League while Paul Schmidt qualified for the individual state title match. Another young man that proved to be helpful to the dedicated team was John Danko who obtained the best total-points record. Coach Arthur Nunes hopes for more participants next year to strengthen the team. Left: Paul Schmidt — " Oh, Schmidt, you missed!” Below, Golf Team; Paul Schmidt, Bob Blount, Alan Bellavance, Rob Scarlatelli, John Danko and Cliff Cehelsky. 147 Class of 1977 Above, Class Officers; Sue McCrory, President; Sue Beaupre, Vice-President; Diane Berg, Secretary; and Betty Salesses, Treasurer. 148 ALf ’RHD ACHIN " Fred " " Primdlmt " I think thf next best thing to solving a prob- lem IS finding some humor in it. PAMELA SHE ARMSTRONCi " Pam " " As time pusses me by. I realize that will never knr w ei’ery thing. " NORMAND LEO ACHIN " Stormin ' Norman " Don ' t judge others by what they cun and can ' t do: accept them tor what they are. Senior Flay 4; Variety Show 4; Winter Track 4; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Football 4; Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Letter- men ' s Club 3, 4; Sr. Prom Committee; F ' loat Committee 4. MICHAEL ATWILL " Mike” " Most Ambitious " Gifts are God- given; be thankful. Fame is man- given; be grateful. Conceit is self-given; be careful. Yearbook 4; Senior Play 4; Variety Show 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Co-Cap- tain 4; Winter Track 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Foot- ball 1; Intramural Volleyball 3, 4; Jun- ior Achievement 3; Jr. and Sr. Prom Committees; Float Committees 3, 4; Powder Puff Football 4. KEITH THOMAS ANDERSON " Andy” The thing he wanted most out of school was himself. Baseball 1 ; Tennis 2, 4. BRADFORD BALDWIN " Brad " Freedom simply means the power to carry out your oun emotions. LINDA JEAN BAINTON Christ died; that ' s only history. Christ died for me; that ' s faith. Senior Play 4; Chorus 1, 4; Girls ' Ath- letic Association 1, 2. ALAN BANKERT It is better to rule in hell than serve in heaven. Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 2, 4; Variety Show 3. CLIFFORD BASSETT " Cliff” believe in getting into hot water; it keeps you clean. GREGG MUNROE BERKLEY " Berk” " Most Spirited” " Stubbornness does have its helpful features. You always know what you are going to be thinking tomorrow.” Yearbook 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Spring Track 3, 4; Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra- mural Volleyball 3, 4; Sr. Prom Com- mittee; Float Committee 4. DONNA JEAN BIRD " Dons” People change day by day. Ufe goes by time after time. And I will never forget those peo- ple. Homeroom Rep. 1; Model U N. 2, 3; Junior Achievement 2. ELISE MARGARET BEAUPRE " Bcaup” The day is done, but its memories are mine to keep forever. Yearbook 4; Variety Show 4; Spring Track 1; Girls’ Athletic Association 1, 2; Jr. and Sr. Prom Committees; Float Committees 3, 4. SUZANNE ELAINE BEAUPRE " Sue” " Most Spirited " 1 am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday, and love today. Student Council 4; Class Officer 4, Vice President; Homeroom Rep. 2; Honor Society 4; Yearbook 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Gymnastics 4; Intramural Volleyball 1; Cheerleader 3; Girls’ Athletic Associa- tion 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. and Sr. Prom Commit- tees; Float Committees 3, 4; Powder Puff Football 4. DIANE NORA BERG " Diane” " Most Contributing” In the life of every person, the most essential thing for happiness is the gift of friendship. Class Officer 2, 3, 4, Secretary; Honor Society 4; Yearbook 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Variety Show 2, 3; Basketball 1, Man- ager; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Intramural Volleyball 1; Girls’ Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. and Sr. Prom Committees; Float Committees 3, 4. MARK JOSEPH BEAUCHAINE " Beau” Most people try to have money, or they try to enjoy it; the tnck is to do both. PAMELA JEAN BELHAM " Pam” The greatest use of life is to spend it for something that will outlast tt. 150 SUSAN MARIE BONENFANT " Sue” A man makes mistakes but he isn ' t a fail- ure until he starts blaming someone else. Yearbook 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Athletic Association 1; Powder Puff Football 3. ROGER PAUL BRAY The world stands aside to let anyone pass who knows where he is going. JEANNE MARJORIE BLAIS " Jean” would trade all my tomorrows for a single yesterday. DAVID ALAN BOMBARDIER " Bomber” Take life easy if you want to have a good time. Intramural Volleyball 3. KEVIN JAMES BLOUNT " Mel” The best portions of life are his little name- less, unremembered acts of thoughtfulness and kindness. Yearbook 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Basket- ball 3, 4, Scorer and Statistician; Winter Track 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramu- ral Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Lettermen’s Club 3, 4; Jr. and Sr, Prom Committees; Pow- der Puff Football 3, 4; Float Commit- tees 3, 4; Special Olympics 1, 2, 3, 4, Official. JEFFREY STEVEN BODAK " Bo” Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we may die. Tennis 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 2; Intramural Tennis 3. STANLEY ANTHONY BRAGA " Bag” The only things worth learning are the things you learn after you know it all. DEBORAH DEAN BOYNTON " Debs” If mind, body and soul could but harmonize — what a boring life it would be. Model U.N. 4; Junior Classical League 3, 4, President 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Double Quartet 3, 4; Christmas Assembly 2, 4. )51 DAVID HUGH BROWN " Dave” My interest is in the future because I ' m going to spend the rest of my life there. RICHARD LOUIS BRODEUR ' X’hen people are free to do as they please, they usually imitate each other. SHERYL ANN BRUNELL " Sherry” Accept me as 1 am, so I may learn what 1 can become. Senior Play 4; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2; Girls’ Athletic Association 2, 3; Jr. and Sr. Prom Committees; Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Float Committees 3, 4. JOHN FRANKLIN BRUMFIELD There is no cure for birth and death except to enjoy the interval. LYNDA LEE BURKE " Wanda” It IS better to be small and shine, than to be tall and cast a shadow. NELSON FREDERICK BROWN II " Chuck” Is it possible that so short a time can alter the condition of a man? RICHARD RAYMOND BURGESS " Burge” A sure way to be cheated is to think oneself more cunning than others. Basketball 1; Football 1. MICHAEL DAVID BUNKER " Bunk” A man is a man only when he belongs to himself. 152 JEAN MARIE BUTTLAR Criticism, like ram, should be gentle enough to nourish a man ' s growth without destroy- ing his roots. KELLY ANN CALDWELL " ' Rockey” ' If I could go back the same way I got here and see the pe ople that I once held so near, Vd do my best to find an answer for you. But first I must wait till I set free, and I ion ' t know how long that ' s going to be. Newspaper 4; DECA 3, 4; Office Aide 1 . I ROSE MARIE CARROLL " D.B. and Edith Anne” To hear the laughter of friends, knowing their love will never end; to live your life for today, for yesterday has gone astray. So show your smiles of love today, for the sun comes up and fades away. Yearbook 3; Newspaper 3; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1,2; Drill Team 1, 2; Outdoors Unlimited 4. PATRICIA ANN CAVANAGH " Patty” This ts the springtime of my loving, the sec- ond season I am to know. You are the sun- light in my growing, so little warmth I felt before. MELANIE ANN CAPPA " Mel” Silence is golden, but I ' d rather talk. Drill Team 2, 3. MICHAEL JAMES CASE " Tiny” PAan IS free at the moment he wishes to be. SANDRA LEE CAVALIERI " Sandy” There ' s a twinkle of mischief in her eye. Homeroom Rep. 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Spring Track 1, 2; Girls’ Athletic Asso- ciation 2; Jr. Prom Committee; Powder Puff Football 3. WILLIAM PATRICK CAVALIERI " Cav” If you want to play, you have to pay. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Intramural Volleyball 3, 4; Lettermen’s Club 2, 3, 4. 153 DAVID COBB " Dave” The strongest man in the world is one who stands alone. JEFFREY PETER COOK " Cookie” Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workm an that needeth not to be ashamed rightly dividing the word of truth. DONNA ANN COCHRANE Friendship is having good friends you cat, rely on. CHESTER CEKALA " Chet” There are J , 5 56, 926 seconds in a year . . . and a second is a long time. Senior Play 3, 4; Variety Show 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; E3asketball 2, 3; Winter Track 4; Spring Track 3, 4; Intramural Volley- ball 3; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Children’s Play 1, 2, 3, 4. MARIA CERRONE Women are meant to be loved, not under- stood. Yearlxxjk 4; Variety Show 4; DECA 3, 4, DIANE HELEN CHABOT We do not remember days; we remember moments. Girls’ Athletic Association 1, 2; Jr. Prom Committee. DANIEL KEVAN CONLEY " Dan” There is no time like the present. Ice Hockey 3, 4. PATRICIA M. CHARLEBOIS " Pat” Always keep reaching for your dreams, but always keep both feet on the ground. Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Head 4; Jr. and Sr. Prom Committees; Powder Puff Foot- ball 3, 4; Float Committee 3. 154 PATRICK COYLE " Pat” 1 never like being hit without striking back. ALLISON IRENE CURREN AL” School is like a pile of garbage; it usually stinks. Model U.N. 4; Yearbook 4; Variety Show 4; Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Committee; Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Float Committees 3, 4. DARLENE PATRICIA COSGRAY God will be our guiding star, for this long road will part. He ' ll never leave us in the dark. He’ll be our light to the top of the stairs, and when he lays us doum to sleep, he’ll be the answer to our prayers. LINDA ANN CUNHA " Lin” I ' m not afraid of tomorrow, because I’ve seen yesterday, and love today. Drill Team 2, 3. MARK DANIEL COTTER " Slug” When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world. Junior Classical League 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, Statistician 1, 3; Golf 1. PAMELA JEAN CORNETTA " Corny” Keep on smiling and life will come easy. Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 3; jirls’ Athletic Association 1, 2, 3; Jr. ind Sr. Prom Committees; Powder Puff -ootball 3, 4; Float Committees 3, 4. CHRISTOPHER EDWARD CULLEN " Cull” The real problem of leisure time is how to keep others from using yours. Football 1; Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Cap- tain 3, 4; Lettermen’s Club 3, 4 JUDY ANN CRAWFORD " Judy, Judy, Judy” Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then is heard no more. It is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing. Honor Society 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Senior Play 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 4; Band 2, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Double Quartet 2, 3, 4; Outdoors Unlimited 2; Girls’ State — Alternate; One Act Plays 1, 2, 3, 4; Recorder Ensemble 2; Children’s Play 3, 4; Inter- national Thespian Society. 155 O ' NTHIA M. DHSILETS " Cindy " Without hontsty, then ,( no truth. ' X ' tthout truth, there ts no love. Without love, then is nothing. PETER ROBERT DEAN " Pete” Wfost Typical " A man ' s own character and manner are what most becomes him. Baseball 1; Football 1; Tennis 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Intramural Volleyball 3, 4. RAYMOND DION " Jumping Ray” I ' m never doing anything, hut I ' m always getting caught. FREDRICK DAVID DiVITTORIO " Oscar Weebolfester?” This. too. will pass. Honor Society 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4 Senior Play 2, 3, 4; International Thes pian Society 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3 Double Quartet 2, 3; Cross Country 2 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Winter Track 3 Spring Track 2, 3; FcK)tball 1. MARCilA LEE DOBLE " Marcy” " M.ost Typical " laiughter IS the shortest distance between two people. Homeroom Rep. 2, 3; Student Advisory Committee 4; Honor Society 4; Year- book 4; Senior Play 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Winter Track 4; Spring Track 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2; Girls’ Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. and Sr. Prom Committees; Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Float Committees 3, 4. ELIZABETH MARIE DESILETS " Beth” Everyone has a mind of his own and shouldn ' be put down for it. Homercx)m Rep. 1, 2, 3, 4; DECA 3, 4. ROBERT CHARLES DARGIS, JR. " Bub” Cnattve minds have always been known to survive any kind of bad training. Football 1, 2, 3; DECA 4. PAUL ANDREW DiFIORE " Tic” Everyone has his ups and downs and ini and outs. Baseball 1; Intramural Volleyball 3. 156 JOSEPH ROBERT FALOCCO " Joe” " Smartest " A man without God ts like a fish without a bicyde. Honor Society 3, 4; Model U.N. 4; Jun- ior Classical League 3, 4; College Bowl 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3,4. WILLIAM ROGERS FAY " Bill” " Shyest” Life would not be as sweet wtthout its com- plications. Band 1, 2; Winter Track 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 3, 4; Lettermen’s Club 4. RUSSELL A. DUMONT " Russ” Adolescence isn’t a period; it ' s a coma. Baseball 1, 2, 3. TONI M. FERRARA You have the freedom to he yourself, your true self, to fly higher, faster, to learn, to discover, to open your eyes, and to see beyond. Chorus 2. STEPHEN C. DOIRE " Steve” Time ' s a wastin ' . . . so let it waste. ELLEN KATHLEEN FLYNN " L” Quiet but not idle; sober, but not serious. Class Officer 2, 3, President; Home- room Rep. 1; Variety Show 3, 4; Girls’ Athletic Association 1; DECA 3, 4, President 3; Jr. Prom Committee. KENNETH LEE ERICKSON " Helium Head” If at first you don’t succeed, try cheating. Homeroom Rep. 1; Football 1; Intra- mural Volleyball 3. JEANNINE EUGENIE i DUCHARME I Laughter is the only sun that drives winter from the human face. i 157 PAMELA JUDITH FONTAINE " Pam” 1 IS belkr to have one fnend of great value than many friends. Student Council 1, 2, Treasurer; Intra- mural Volleyball 1. ROBERT D. FOURNIER " Fondue” Al_y goals in life will he fulfilled. I will seek happiness and be free. Opportunities are lim- itless, and only motivation will get you these. Yearbook 4; DECA 4. WILLIAM RUTLEDGE FULLER " Rutledge” am always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught. Baseball 3; Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 BARBARA MARY FOURNIER To find one true friend in life is like find- ing the end of the rainbow. MELISSA ANN FULTON " Missy” Tor the world is hollow, and have touched the sky. Literary Magazine 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 1, 2, 3, 4; International Thespian Society 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 1, 3; Southeast District Chorus 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Dou- ble Quartet 2, 3, 4; Recorder Ensemble 1 ; Jr. and Sr. Prom Committees. MICHELLE ANN FREDETTE The Lord seeth not as a man seeth; for man looketh on the outward appearance, but the Lord looketh on the heart. Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Double Quartet 2, 3, 4; Southeast Dis- trict Chorus 3; Drill Team 1. RUTHANN FOURNIER " Shyest” Never put yourself down because what you do IS always worth something. JOHN VINCENT FLYNN " Flinny” Life IS like a Coke bottle: no deposit, no return. Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 2, 3; Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 1; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Intramural Vol- leyball 1 ; Lettermen’s Club 2, 3, 4. 158 KATHLEEN MARGARET GASKIN " Kathy” Faith is thu substance of things hoped for. the evidence of things not seen. Homeroom Rep. 1,2; Yearbook 4 Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Basketball 4 Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4 Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4 Girls’ Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. and Sr. Prom Committees; Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Float Committees 3, 4. ELIZABETH MAUREEN GIBEAULT " Betty” In the midst of winter. I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer. Newspaper 3; DECA 4, President. CATHERINE JEAN GLOVER " Kit” All I want in life is to be happy. Homeroom Rep. 1; Variety Show 2, 4; Field Hockey 2; Powder Puff Football 3,4. BRADFORD CHARLES GALLOTTA " Brad” Let every man be master of hts time. DONNA ELAINE GRANT " D.G.” Nature never betrayed the heart that loved her. Chorus 1; Intramural Basketball 1; Intramural Tennis 4; Intramural Vol- leyball 1; Tennis 4. GERARD GOHRING " Jerry” If at first you d m ' t succeed, you ' re running about average. I KENNETH STEVEN GREAVES " Greavsy” Reaching one’s goal makes all the trouble getting there seem worthwhile. Football 1,4; Ixttermen’s Club 4. llOHN DANIEL GARLICK f ' dnnk to the general joy of the whole vorld. 159 PAMELA ANN GRIMES " Pam” Time IS an ocean, but it ends at the shore, so I may not be here tomorrow. Junior Classical League 2; Yearbook 4. LISA MARY GRENIER " Neatest” Instst on yourself; never imitate. Your own gtft you can present every moment with the force of a whole life ' s cultivation. Honor Society 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Cross Country 3, 4, Captain 3, Co-Captain 4; Winter Track 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Field Hockey 2; Girls’ Athletic Association 1, 2; Senior Prom Committee. STEVEN RUSSEL HANCOCK KAREN HAYES " Steve” we grow old, the beauty steals inward. The man who thinks he knows everything often finds out that he has a lot to lose. DENISE HALL Vl ' e all live under the same sky, but we don all have the same horizon. THOMAS EDWARD HEALEY " Tom” We are free to go where we wish and to what we are. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 3; G 2; Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; I termen’s Club 2, 3, 4; Intramural B ketball 1, 2, 3, 4. SUSAN CAROL HARROP " Sue” Every way of a man is right in his ourt eyes. Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Mcxiel U.N. 4; Mock Senate 4; Yearbook 2, 3, 4; News- paper 1,2; Literary Magazine 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Double Quartet 2, 3, 4; Junior Achievement 3; Woodwind Ensemble 1, 2; Clarinet Quartet 1,2. MICHAEL JOSEPH HEALEY " Skip” All I ask IS a tall ship and a star to steer her by. Literary Magazine 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 2, 3, 4; International Thespian Society 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Spring Track 1. 160 BRIAN WAYNE HEIL " Hy-O” am only one of many. Homeroom Rep. 3; Football 1; Ice Hockey 1. LORNE EDWARD HIGGINS " Ed” I am a victim of circumstances. DAVID MATHIEU HEBERT ' Hebe” When I started in school, they said the hours ire long and there is no pay at all; but I ' ook my time and had a ball. ,DECA 3, 4. DONALD BUTLER HUSSEY " Don” My goal IS to make a little money first and then try to make a little money last. Model U.N. 4; Mock Senate 4; Out- doors Unlimited 4. 4ICHAEL ERNEST HOULE Mike” 1 warm life consists of a good set of feath- t. EDWARD PETER HICKEY " Hick” Learn to get what you like, or you will be forced to like what you get. Football 1; Ice Hockey 2, 3, 4; Intramu- ral Volleyball 3, 4. DAVID RUSSELL HOOD " Hoodie” It ' s just as easy to look for the good things in life rather than the had. Basketball 1; Football 1, 3. ROBERT CHARLES JACQUES JR. " Hey Jacques. . He who contemplates the world is in turn contemplated by the world. Band 1, 2, 3, 4- 161 DONNA-MARIF, ANNK KHNNHY " Donna” " Rest Dressed " The chief point of happiness is that a man should be willing to be what he is. PATRICIA ELIZABETH JOHNSON " Patty” " Friendliest " What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to humanity. Student Council 3, 4, Secretary 4; Homeroom Rep. 2; Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Yearbook 3, 4; Sen- ior Play 4; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co- Captain 4; Intramural Volleyball 2; Girls’ Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Rep. 4; Medical Explorer Group 2, President; Jr. and Sr. Prom Commit- tees; Girls’ State; Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Float Committees 3, 4. KATHRYN ANNA KUMMER " Kathy” ' Tis in my memories lock ' d, and you you self shall keep the key of it. Homeroom Rep. 1; Variety Show A Basketball Manager 2; Field Hockey : 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2; Girls’ Athleti Association 1, 2, 4; Jr. Prom Commi tee; Powder Puff Football 4; Futur Nurses Club 2. LISA LOUISE KNOX Ijove IS something you can give in re tun for a gift of love u a gift of life. IX3NNAJ KIDDER ANN MARY KIRYLO " Kidder” Friends are bom not made. Take time to be yourself; follow not in oth- Intramural Volleyball 2, 3. ers ' footsteps. Take the time to see yourself as you rially are. and your life will be ful- filled. JOSEPH RICHARDJAMES " Joe” To have lived and not to have loved is not to have lived at all. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Football 1; Intramural Volleyball 3; Ixtttermen’s Club 2, 3, 4. WA ’NE RA ' i’MOND JEWETT Success does for living what sunshine does for stained glass. Junior Classical Ixague 3; Yearbook 4; (Outdoors LInlimited 4; Junior Achieve- ment 2, 3, 4; Sr. Prom Committee; Intramural Basketball 3. 162 DIANE R. LABRIE " Di” It mutters not what you are thought to be, but what you are. PAULETTE LABRIE " D.B.” The world ts a stage, and I ' m there to try to make people smile. Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 2, 3, 4; i Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; I Powder Puff Football 3, 4; One Act I Plays 2, 3, 4; Children’s Play 2, 3, 4. RICHARD DONALD LACASSE " Rick” get high with a little help from my friends. SUSAN CLAIRE LACASSE " Sue” " Class Flirt " Every tndtvtdual has a place to fill in the world, and it ts important in some respect whether he chooses to do so or not. Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Athletic Association 1, 2. STEPHEN M. LaFONTAINE " Big Guy” Leaving the school with something in my brain. BONNIE HOPE LACHANCE What we steadily, consciously, habitually think we are: that we tend to become. SUSAN HOPE LAMARRE " Suzie” " Cutest " M.ay we live tn peace forever. Homeroom Rep. 1; Girls’ Athletic Association 1 ; DECA 4. DONNA MARIE LaEONTAINE " Smartest " I have learned that success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life, as by the obstacles which he has overcome while trying to succeed. Honor Society 3, 4; Variety Show 4; Band 1, 2; Spring Track 1; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Sr. Prom Committee; Powder Fhtff Football 3, 4; Float Committee 4. 163 CHARLES LATIMER " Charlie " The ktry to success is opening a door and get- ting in before it shuts. Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, Intramural Volley- ball 3; Lettermen’s Club 3. EHLODOREj. LAMOUREUX " Zipnoicl " .Wost Talented " Ijfe IS a howl of cereal: even .Wtkey hates it. l-itcTar Magazine 3. 1; Drama Club 2, C 1. ' ice-President 4; Senior Flay 2. 3, 1, Double Quartet 2. 3, 4; Outdoors I ' nlimitcd 2; International Thespian Society 3. 4; One Act Flays 2, 3, -L Chil- dren ' s Flay 3. 4. ildi RICHARD M LANGEVIN ■Rich " 1 a fe ts a long lesson in humdity. ROBERT ' WARREN LANPHER " Bob " " If it weren ' t for the last minute, a lot of things wouldn ' t get done, as the vicar said to the barmaid. " Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Cross Country 3; Winter Track 4; Spring Track 3. 4; Outdcxirs Unlimited 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4; Pow- der Puff Ftx)thall 4; Senior Play 4. CAROL LYNN LaPIERRE " Trouble” Ufe IS the great thing for all people. And life is beautiful to all friends of mine. Spring Track 1 ; Color Guard 2. MARIE LANDRY Keep your fears to yourself but share your courage with others. SANDRA ANN IxBEALJ " Sam” Tet today look to the past with remembrance and to the future with longing. Homercxam Rep. 2, 3, 4; Ycarlxx)k 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Jr. and Sr. Prom Committees; Powder Puff F(X)tball 4; Float Committees 3, 4. DONALD ROBERT LEMIELJX " Don” Society: Everyone keeping his own pace will, the world? Baseball 1, 164 PATRICIA IRENE LEGG " Patty” like the dreamt of the future better than the history of the past. Yearbook 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Athletic Association 2, 3; Sr. Prom Committee; Powder Puff Football 4; Float Committee 4. DEBORAH ANN LEE " Debbie” A simple life is its oum reward. DENNIS CRAIG LOWE Life demands from you only the strength you possess. CINDY-LOU LUSIGNAN " Lucy” Happiness is a by-product of an effort to make someone else happy. Humanities Curriculum Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Basketball 2, Manager; Spring Track 2; Softball 3; Intramural Volleyball 1, 2; Girls’ Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Rep. 3; Outdoors Unlimited 2, 3, 4; Jr. and Sr. Prom Committees; Pow- der Puff Football 3, 4; Media Aide 1; Float Committees 3, 4. JOANNE LEVESQUE One ' s eyes are what one is; one ' s mouth is what one becomes. KAREN JUNE LINDSTROM To achieve all that is possible, we must attempt the impossible. To be as much as we can be. we must dream of being more. Honor Society 4; Yearbook 4; Drama Club 4; Senior Play 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Spring Track 1, 2. 3; Girls’ Athletic Association l;Jr. Prom Committee; Office Aide 1, Powder Puff Football 3; Float Committee 3; One Act Plays 4; Children’s Play 4. STEPHEN CARL LEWIS " Louie” " Cutest " Just M the last bell struck, a peculiar sweet smile shone aver his face. Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, 4; Intramural Volleyball 3, 4; Lcttermen’s Club 3, 4. PAUL JAMES LYKUS " Shortie” Justice IS truth in action! 165 DIANNE ELISABETH LVKUS " Di” " Most Talkalife " Without a sense of humor, Itfe would be a mistake. Variety Show 3. 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Athletic Association 2. 3; Jr. and Sr, Prom Committees; Powder Puff Fcxatball 3, 4, Float Committees 3, 4. DIANE LYNN MARTIN Yesterday wai for sadness. Tomorrow is for happiness. And today is for whatei er life may bring. V’ariety Show 3; Drill Team 2. BONNIE JEAN MaePHERSON am what I am by the Grace of God. Newspaper 2; Literary Magazine 4; Chorus I . JANE MacKENZIE " ost Talented " Odi et Amo. Quare id faciam fortasse requins Nescio, sed fieri sentio et excrucior. Junior Classical League 2, 3; Literary Magazine 2, 3, 4; Drama (dub 2, 3; Variety Show 2; (4ne Act Plays 2. ARTHUR MALLON,JR, ' ' Archie” laugh at yourself first, before anyone else can. ■ V ' f ' Vi NANCY JEAN MATTSON " Nance” VTell-timed silence has more eloquence than speech. Student Council 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4; Homeroom Rep. 2; Honor Society 4; Yearbook 4; Variety Show 2, 3; Spring Track 1, 2; Girls’ Athletic Association 1 ; Jr. and Sr. Prom Com- mittees; Float Ciommittees 3, 4; Powder Puff Football 4. SUZANNE HARROLD McCRORY " Sue” We like because: we love although. Class Officer 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2. 3, President 4; Senior Play 4; Variety Show 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Ct) (i!ap- tain 4; Girls’ Athletic Association 1, 2. 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Medical Explor- ers’ Group 2; Jr. and Sr. Prom (Commit- tees; Powder Puff Fcxjtball 3, 4; Float Committees 3, 4. MARTHA ANNE MALONEY Wisdom is knowing when you cannot b wise. 166 MITCHELL IRVING MEYER " Mitch” Judge man by hn uctwm alone and not by others: but most of all. judge man impar- tially. Variety Show 4; Basketball 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Intramural Vol- leyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Lettermen ' s Club 3, 4. DEBRA ANN MERCIER " Deb” To snide is my greatest enjoyment, bettered only by when my friends smile back. Homercxim Rep. 1,2; Honor Society 4; Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4, Trea- surer 3, 4; Ycartxjok 4; Newspaper 1, 2; Jr. and Sr. Prom Committees; Powder Puff Football 4. TODD CLAJTON MENARD If only we ' d stop trying to be happy, we could have a pretty good time. DONNA ANN MELANSON Maybe I hang around here a little more than I hould. but once more I have some- place better to go. [ANDREW MARC McLaughlin ' " Drew” " Class Flirt " I Life ts just a game: don V take tt so seriously . think about it. Baseball 1; Winter Track 2; Spring Track 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Intramural I Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Lettermen’s Club 13,4; Powder Puff Football 3. SUZANNE MERCIER " Sue” " Best iMoking " The love we give away is the only love we keep. DIANE ELAINE MESSIER " Mess” All you touch and all you see is all your life will ever he. Newspaper 3, 4. PATRICIA IRENE McMORROW " Patti” The difficulties of life intend to make you better, not bitter. Homeroom Rep. 1,2; Variety Show 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Spring Track 2; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. and Sr. Prom Committees; Powder Puff Football 3, 4. 167 RIC:HARD MII.LHR •Rak " ' i not .1 qimlton oj liho ' i going to throw tht (mt slom : tt . qiastton of who ' s going to sun building with u. jFAN MITCHHI-I. Suture teaches beasts to know then jriends. KAREN LEE MOORE It ' s nice to be important, but tt more important to be ntce. KAREN ANN MICHAUD " DB., Mich” hje IS tike a Coke bottle: when it ' s empty, it shatters. Model U.N. 4; Yearbook 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4. President 4; Senior Play 2, 3, 4; V ' ariety Show 3, 4; Basketball 2, Manager; Powder Puff Football 4; Chil- dren ' s Play 2, 3, 4; One Act Plays 2, 3, 4; International Thespian St)ciety 2. 3, i. LAURIE ANN MIDC3N Ours ts not to compete with others but to compete with ourselves. Variety Show 4; Basketball 2, 3; Field Hotkey 2; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Chris’ Ath- letic Association 1, 2. 3; Jr and Sr. Prom Committees; Powder Puff Foot- ball 3, 4; Float Committees 3, 4. BRENDA ANN MUSIL " Muscle” I jfe IS what you make of it. so make it last. 168 CARCJIA ' N L. MOORE you do not understand my silence, yo will not understand my words. PRISCILLA GAIL MOORE " Cilia” W ' e know what we are, but not what u may be. w CHRISTINE E. NICHOLSON i| " Chris” ' For He is Lord of lords and King of kings, " and they that are with Him are called, and ; chosen, and faithful. B Student Council 1. j MICHAEL PAULOLASKI ' " Mike” often quote myself It adds spice to my con- ■ versation. PETER GEORGE NARDELLI " Panky” Life IS nothing without taking a chance. MICHAEL NOVIELLO " Nick” So wise so young, they say, do never live long. LINDA JEAN O’BRIEN " Obie” Without happiness, we are without life. Newspaper 4. KATHLEEN ANNE NOLAN " Kathie” " Photographs and memories, Christmas cards you sent to me: all that I have are these to remember you . , , " Model U.N. 3; Yearbook 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3, Head 3; Majorettes 4; Jr. Prom Committee; Spring Concert 3, 4; Spring Festival 2, 3,4. RONALD JOSEPH OUELLETTE " Ron” The smallest deed is better than the grandest intention. Yearbook 3; Drama Club 3, 4; Senior Play 3, 4; Variety Show 4; Junior Achievement 2. ROBERT PAUL OUELLETTE " Bob” Mine is not to follow, but to be followed. I PAMHLA ANN F’ARENTEAU " Pam” ’hdtner you an by nature, keep to it; neier deiert your line of talent. Be what nature tntended you for. and you wtll suc- ceed. Newspaper 4. DIANE LYNN PAYSON " Di” Len e and memories will live forever; so live today for today and tomorrow, not for yes- terday. Literary Magazine 1 ; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 3, 4; Softball 3; Color Guard 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Athletic Associa- tion 1, Outdoors Unlimited 3; Junior Achievement 2; Powder Puff Football 3; One Act Plays 3, 4; Children’s Play 2, 3, 4; International Thespian Society 3, 4; Swimming Aide 4 JAMES DAVID PAUL " Jimmy” 1) you want the best things in life, work for them. Nobody is going to give them to you: you have to earn them foryounelf. Cross Country- 2, 3, 4; ' X ' inter Track 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Lettermen’s Club 3, -1. DAVID JOSEPH PAULHUS " Dave” " Neatest " Our faith tn others portrays tn what respect we would like to have faith tn ourselves. Student Council 3, 4; Homeroom Rep. 1 ; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Basket- ball 1,4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermen’s Club 2, 3, 4; Jr Prom Committee; Pow- der Puff Football 3. PAMELA ANNE PERKINS " Pam” " S ost Ambitious " Do not wish to be anything but what you are and try to do that perfectly. Honor Society 3, 4; Mtxlel U.N, 4; Mock Senate 4; Yearbook 3, 4, Co-Edi- tor 4; Variety Show 3; Student Director 3; Chorus 1; Tennis 3, 4; Medical Explorers’ Group 2; Jr. Prom Commit- tee; Girls’ State; Powder Puff Ftxjtball 3, 4; Newspapier 1, 2, Editor 2. ELIZABETH PENSAVALLE " Bet hie” " .Most Changed Since h ' reshman Year " What IS success. Is it doing your own thing, or joining the rest? Class Officer 1, Secretary; Senior Play 4; Variety Show 2, 3; Tennis 4; Cheer- leader 3; Office Aide 1 LAURA KAY PIERSON " Kay-Kay” X ' ho I am. the way I am. and how I get it all together makes me the type of person i want to be. Variety Show 1, Chorus 1; Drill Team 1, 2; Majorettes 3, 4; DECA 3; Office Aide 2. PAULA SUE PETTI " Pet” Bind yourself: be yourself — the heck with the rest. Class Officer 1, President; Homer(X)m Rep. 2; Yearbook 4; Newspaper 4; Field Hockey 1, 2; Tennis 1 ; DECA 4. 170 JAY WILLIAM POIRIER " J” To be bom a gentleman is an accident: to die one is an achievement. Variety Show 4; Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4; Bas- ketball 1; Football 1; Intramural Vol- leyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Lettermen ' s Club 2, 3, 1 . •OSEPH ROBERT PLATH No-Eacc” ' rou ' old with me: the best is yet to come. ootball 1. 2, 3. 4, Intramural Vollcy- lall 2. 3. 4; Ixttermen ' s Club 3, 4. SHARON ANNE PLANTE It IS the common wonder of all men haw among so many millions of facts, there should be none alike. STEVEN JAMES PRATT " Bones” As a rule, the game of life is worth playing, but the struggle is the prize. Ncwspajscr 4, Co-Editor; Senior Play 4; Variety Show 4; Winter Track 4; Spring Track 3, 4; Intramural Volley- ball 2. 3, 4; Sr. Prom Committee; Intra- mural Basketball 2, 3, 4. LINCOLN KENNETH READ " Line” " iWost Changed Since Freshman Year " Everybody gather ' round. II ' V want to tell you what we ' ve found. Once we were looking for something real, and we have found it by calling, " Lord Jesus! " Literary Magazine 2, 3. 4; Outdoors Unlimited 1, 2, 3- SUSAN ELIZABETH PURDY " Sue” Some pass and are forgotten: others pass and remain special. JULIE MARTHA RHUDA Sight IS falling, and the dawn is calling. I ' ll have a new day. if it wtll have me. Senior Play 4; Variety Show 2, 4; Win- ter Track 1, 2; Curls’ Athletic Associa- tion 1 . 2. KAREN LEE RICHARDSON " Most Likely to Succeed. " Ideals are like the stars: U " e neier reach them, hut we chart our course by them. Student Council 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; Class Officer 1, Treasurer; Homeroom Rep, 2; Honor Society 2. 3, 4, President 4; College Bowl 3, 4; Yearbook 3. 4; Sen- ior Play 4; Variety Show 2. 3; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 4, Manager 1; Gymnastics Scorer 3. 4; Intramural Volleyball 1; Cheerleader 3; Girls ' Athletic Association 1, 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Jr. and Sr. Prom Commit- tees; Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Float Committees 3, 4. 171 MICHAHL ANTHONY ' RIZZO Nlikt " i i)i show you thdl when tt ram ami J’ ms It ' s just a stak of mmd. l-(x)th.dl 1. STHFHF.N W RICKARD " RKk " " ft t I joking " A man tranls thr world over in search of what he needs and returns home to ftnd tt. Homeroom Rep. 1, 2; Basketball 1; l• x)thall 1. 2. 3. 1; Intramural Volley- ball 1. 2. 3. 4; Ixttermen’s Club 3, 4; Jr. From Committee. PETER ANTHONY ROQUE " Stroker” They who thtnk beer, drink beer. ' X ' lnter Track 2; Clolf 2, 4. MICHAEL ROBERTS " Mike” All great men tn the world are dead. I thtnk I feel sick. CINDY LEE ROSE " Cin” She seems quite quiet, but don ' t let her fool you. RAND MIKE ROUSSEAU " Rexaster” Once a king always a king, but once a kntght ts enough. KAREN RLITH ROBERTS The creatton of a thousand forests ts tn o aconi. PATRICIA ANN ROY " Patry” W ' hen our hopes break, let our patience hoi Senior Play 4; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, Spring Festival 1,2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Majorettes 3, Head 4; Spring Concert 1, 2, 4. 172 ELIZABETH JUNE SALESSES " Betty” " Wittmt ' ' Confidence: the feeling you have before you realh undentund the situation. Class Officer 2, 3, 4, Treasurer; Honor Society 4; Yearbook 3, 4, Co-Editor 4; ] Newspaper 1; Senior Play 4; Variety I Show 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 3, 4; Girls’ Athletic Association 2, 3; Medical Explorers’ Group 2; Jr. and Sr. Prom Committees; Powder Puff Football 3, Spotter; Float Committees 3, 4. RICHARD MARK SANTOS " Rick” Experience is not what happens to you; it is what you do with it. DECA 3.4. LYNN DOROTHY SAGER VI ' hen one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world. KIM MARIE SANTSAVER " San” VI ' hat I choose to do, and how I choose to do It: that’s what makes me, me. Homeroom Rep. 1; Basketball 1, 3; Intramural Volleyball 1; Girls’ Athletic Association 1; Outdoors Unlimited 3; Powder Puff Football 3; Swimming Aide 4. THOMAS LEE SAGER " Sage” Many men smoke, but few men chew. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Lettermen’s Club 2, 3, 4. RICHARD GERARD SANVILLEJR. " Rick” If you want to dance, you have to pay the band. Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Intramu- ral Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Lettermen’s Club 3,4. DIANE MARIE SARRAZIN " Dee” Don ’ judge people by just their looks alone. Judge them by their personalities too. Homeroom Rep. 1; Yearbook 4; Vari- ety Show 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Athletic Association 1; Office Aide 1; Special Needs Aide 2, 3, 4; Swimming Aide 3; Powder Puff Football 4. ROBERT SARAZIN " Bob” The older grow, the more 1 listen to people who don ' t talk much. 173 DEN ' ISH ANN SAVARD " B(Sl All Anmnd " Ihc work will wait while you show the child the rainbow, but the rainbow won ' t watt whtle you do the work. Student C ' ouncil 1,2, 4, Sergeant-at- Arms 2. Sccretar 3. President 4; Stu- dent Advisory Committee 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Junior Clas- sical Ix-aguc 3. 4; Senior Play 4; Basket- ball 1. 2; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Soft- ball 1. 2, 3, 4. Tri-Captain 4; Intramural Volleyball 2; Girls ' Athletic Associa- tion 1. 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Secre- tary 4; Medical Explorers ' Group 2, Vice-President; Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Regional Advisory Committee 4; DAR 4; Student Government Day Rep. 3. STEVEN PAULSCHNACK " Steve” Our li fe IS frittered away by detail. Honor Society 3, 4; Model UN. 4; Band 1,2. 3, 4; Outdtxirs Unlimited 4. ANNETTE SEEKELL " Net” The main thing to remember is to always be human. Homeroom Rep. 2, 3; Variety Show 3, 4; Intramural V ' olleyball 1, 2; Jr. and Sr. Prom Committees; Powder Puff Foot- ball 4; Float Committee 3, 4. DEBORAH ANN SUAVE " Debbie” If they don ' t understand you. keep them guessing. Newspaper 1; DECA 1. KEVIN JAMES SCHMIDT " Schmidty” To succeed in this world, one must look fool- ish but be wise. Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; FtxKball 1, 2, 3, 4, Winter Track 4, Spring Track 4, Lettermen ' s Club 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL WILLIAM SCHMIDT " Schmidty” " Best Dressed ' ' Most of us could more mountains if only someone would clear the foothills out of the way. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Ixtter- men’s Club 3, 4. LISA JEAN SCORGIE lave your life so that at any hour you wil be able to shake hands with yourself and tr] to accomplish at least one thing worthwhiL each day. Then when your nights come, you will be able to say: " I have done my best! " Homeroom Rep. 2; Honor Society 2, 3 4; Junior Classical Ixague 4, College Bowl 3, 4; Yearbook 4, Co-Editor Newspaper 1,2; Band 1,2; Chorus 1, 2 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Girls Athletic Association 1, 2, .3; Southeas District Orchestra 1, 2, 4; All-State Orchestra 2, 4; Spring Concert 1 , 2, 3, 4 Southeast District Music Festival 1 , 2 4; Powder Puff Football 3. GLENN SHAW A peace above all earthly dignities, a stil and quiet conscience. Hetmerextm Rep. 1 ; Yearbextk 1, 2, 3, 4 Drama (ilub 1 , Variety Show 1 ; Basket ball Manager 1; F(x)tball Manager 1 Audio Visual Aide 1 174 ELAINE BARBARA SICKINGER " Magnet” What you make of yourself is what you are; and what you show you are is what people see you as. Honor Society 4. TIMOTHY EDWARD SHEEHY " Tim” " V( ' lit lest " We Jnush to begin. Football 1; Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Cap- tain 3. 4; Ixttermcn ' s Club 3, 4; Jr. Prom Committee. lEFEREY EDWARD SPRAGUE " Heff” After the thrill is gone. Basketball 1, 2; .Spring Track 2; F ' oot- ball 1. MICHAEL STAPLETON " Stapes” The man who makes no mistakes usually does not make anything. Football 1; Ice Hockey 1, 2. 3, 4; Intra- mural Volleyball 3; Lettermen ' s Club 3, 4. ALICE DIANE SZPILA k ' hen there is an open mind, ihere will always he a frontier. SUSAN FAY SLAWSON " Sue” Take everybody ' s advice: then do as you please. Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook 4; 5 enior Play 4; Variety Show 1,4; Chorus 1,2; Tennis 1, 2, 3, Spring Track 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Majorettes 3, 4; Powder Puff Football 3. MAUREEN ROSE SULLIVAN " Emrose” The moment may be temporary, but the memory is forever. Student Council 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4; Home Rep 1; Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbcwk 2, 3; Senior Play 4; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, Statisti- cian 3; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Cap- tain 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3. 4; Intramural Volleyball 1, Girls ' Athletic Associa- tion 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. and Sr. Prom Commit- tees; Powder Puff Football 3. 4; Float Committees 3, 4; Gymnastics Scorer 4. LAURA JANE TAYLOR I ' xich happiness of yesterday is tomorrow ' s memory. Newspaper 4. 175 FRANK WILLIAM THOMAS " Most Contributing " If you smile at me. I will understand because that is something everybody every- where does in the same language. Student Council 3, 4; Honor Society 4; Senior Play 4; Variety Show 4; Tennis 3; Lettermen’s Club 3, 4; Powder Puff FtxJtball 4. LAURIF F.LLEN THIMOT All that we see or seem u but a dream within a dream. Newspaper 4. HELEN ANNE THORP Love sometimes stands quite close to hate-, good, too, sometimes stands quite close to evil, like silent chessmen side by side. Only the colors of the squares are different. Honor Society 4; Newspaper 1,2; Band 1 ; Field Hockey 2. CYNTHIA LOUISE THOMPSON " Cindy” Maturity consists of no longer being taken in by oneself ROBERT EDWARD THRESHER " Bob” It ' s nice to be natural when you ' re naturally nice. Basketball 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra- mural Volleyball 3; Lettermen’s Club 3, 4. JEFFREY EDWARD TINKHAM " Tink” Applause is the spur of noble minds, the enc, and aim of weak ones. Newspaper 3, 4; Spring Track 3, 4 Intramural Volleyball 3, 4; Junioi Achievement 2, 3, 4; Sr. Prom Commit tee; Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4; Pow der Puff Football 4; Float Committee 4. ELIZABETH ANN TREEN " B eth” The stars above us govern our conditions. MARK ELLIOT TROWBRIDGE " Trow” A married man is a happy man. Spring Track 1. 176 BEVERLY JEAN TURGEON " Bev” Thm IS no fuilun except in no longer try- ing. GLENN DAVID VALLEY " Wcxxiy” Ijfe IS either a during adventure or noth- ing. Jr. Prom Committee KATHLEEN ANNE VELLETRI " Kathy” Ask ei ' eryone ' s iidvice, and then do as you please. Model U.N. 2; Yearbcxik 4; Variety Show 3; Ir Prom Committee 77 DONNA ALYCE VANDAL " Red Rose” As you have noticed, nobody runs my life but me! Student Council 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Junior Classical League 3, 4; College Bowl 3, 4; Yearbook 3, 4; Senior Play 4; ( Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 3; Field Hockey 1, 3; Intramural Volley- ball 2; ( ' heerleader 3, 4; Girls’ Athletic Association 1, 2. 3, 4; Jr. and Sr. Prom Committees; Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Float Committees 3, 4; Ciymnastics 2, 3, 4, Announcer 3, 4. LISA ANN VELINO Smooth runs the water where the brook is deep. LORI-JEANNE VanDUSEN " Lori” Be glad of life because it gives you the chance to love, to work, to play, and to look at the stars. Homeroom Rep. 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook 3, 4; Newspaper 1,2; Senior Play 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Chorus 1; Drill Team 2; Majorettes 3, 4; Girls’ Athletic Association 2, 3. ANNE MARIE VANDETTE " Van” What is life without fun? Yearbook 4; Senior Play 4; Variety Show 4; Drill Team 2; Powder Puff Football 4; Float Committee 4; Spring Festival 2; Spring Concert 2. TER R ' JG TUCKER A life without friends ts really no life at all. hut a life without love is truly no life at all. CiAin’ MICHAFI. VIERA " ’c " Mon Alhltln " lit who always givts all ht ' s go! will always ht one sitp ahead . trwsp.iptr 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4; Bas- ketball 1, 2. 3. 4. Claptain 4: Football 1, s. 4, Intramural V’olleyball 1. 2. 3, 4; Jr. From Committee; Powder Puff F ' txJt- ball 3.4. PAMELA lEAN WATSON •■Watt” JuU he yourself, and you ' ll enjr y everything there is to enjoy in life. BRENDAN LEE VIOORITO " Vig " ’Alai Likely to Sueceed " It IS not the lofty sails hut the unseen wind that moves the ship. Honor StKiety 3. 4. LORI Sl ' ZANNIf VOEPEL Skate through Itfe smiling, and the humps will seem small. GEORGE EDWARD WALSH " Walsh” Ask not what your country can do for you. hut what you can do for yourself. MICHAEL LEWIS WALKER " Winky” " Best All Around " You can never shou ' better than as your own natural self. Homertxam Rep. 1; Yearb(X)k 3, 4, Co- F.ditor 4; Drama Club 1 ; Senior Play 4; Variety Show 3, 4, Winter Track 2, 3. 4, Co-Captain 4; Spring Track 1, 2. 3. 4, Co-Captain 4; Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Ix ' ttermen ' s Club 2, 3, 4; Outdoors Unlimited 3; Junior Achievement 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4; Sr. Prom Committee; Powder Puff Football 4; Float Commit- tees 3, 4. KELLEY ANN WARENDA " Kel” Happiness is in the future, yet to come. ELAINE CAROLE WEAKLEY " Free Bird” Student Council 1, 2; Newspaper 4 Variety Show 3, Basketball 1. 178 PHILLIP WHALEN " Phil” Hew beautiful a day can be when kindness touches It! DEBORAH DIANNE WILLMORE " Deb” A faithful friend is a strong ckfense, and he who has found such a friend has found a treasure. Jr. Prom Committee, ROBERT JOHN WILBER " Bush” If It weren ' t for the last minute, a lot of things would never be done. Senior Play 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Golf 2; Ice Hockey 1; Intramural Volleyball 4; Outdoors Unlimited 2, 3; Junior Achievement 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Powder Puff Football 4. DAVID MARTIN WILL " Dave” It is not what he has, nor even what he does, which expresses the worth of a man. but what he ts. Homeroom Rep. 1; Ice Hockey 3, 4; Intramural Volleyball 3, 4; Lettermen’s Club 3, 4. DOROTHY ELIZABETH YANKEE " Dot” never thought I ' d make it, but I did. RAYMOND WENHOLD Sothing can be unconditional: conse- quently. nothing can be free. WILLIAM JAMES WHITNEY " Whit” Finally, out of this zoo! LYNN MARIE WELLS " Wellsey” " Most Athletic " Climb to the threshhold of your own beliefs, not with the statements of others, but with the footsteps of your own experiences. Student Council 3; Variety Show 4; Basketball 2. 3; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Scjftball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Girls’ Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, President 4; Powder Puff Fcxjtball 3, 4; Swimming Aide 3, 4, Miss ng Senior Portraits: Robert Ahearn Gary Carter Susan George Bruce Grygalonis Philip Hilton Clifford Jordan Diane LeBlanc Ronald Maigret Robert Roderick David Silvia Paul Whitcomb Senior Superlatives 180 Opposite far left, Smartest: Donna Lafontaine and Joe Falacco. Opposite right, Best Dressed: Donna Kenney and Mike Schmidt. Left, Most Talkative: Bob Ahearn and Dianne Lykus. Above, Most Typical: Marcy Doble and Pete Dean. Opposite below, Best All Around: Denise Savard and Mike Walker. Below left. Most Talented: Ted Lamoureux and Jane Mackenzie. Below right. Neatest: Lisa Grenier and Dave Paulhus. 181 184 185 Opposite far left, Wittiest: Tim Sheehy and Betty Salesses. Top center, Class Flirt: Andy McLaughlin and Sue Lacasse. Above, Best Looking: Steve Rickard and Sue Mercier. Opposite bottom left. Shyest: Ruthann Fournier and Bill Fay. Bottom center. Friendliest: Pat Johnson and Fred Achin. Below, Cutest: Steve Lewis and Sue Lamarre. Senior Prom ' .• CA)ur( incmlxT . lAith escorts — Skij’ ' Sihofidd. Beth Trccn. Boh I ' ournicr. Stic Mcrcicr, Bob I lircshcr. L.uiric Mulon. Peter (irenier. Di.ine Bert;. Tom Tlosson. M.iiireen Sulliv.m. Mike Kiimmer. Sue Nk(. ' ror . ( ' Vier.i. cni.irlehois. .ind Ion Clh.ihot. Above: Norm Achin, Sandra LeBeau, Bob Wilber, Barbara Sutherland, Betty Salesses, Mike Walker — " Are they really going to bring a horse in here!. !” Right: Prom Queen Karen Richardson with escort Mark Langteigne. 186 L()fr mahogany-beamed ceilings and softly-dimmed lights added to the ele- gant atmosphere of this year ' s Senior Prom, held l-ebruary 24 at the Lantana Res- taurant in Rantlolph. Mass, (iouples danced to the prom ' s theme song, " W ' e M,u Never Pass This Whiy Again " as performed b ' the LAH. Band. The Senior boys chose Karen Richardson to reign as Prom Queen over the evening with Beth 1 reen. Sue Mercier, Laurie Midon, Lisa Cirenier, Diane Berg, Maureen Sulivan. Sue Medrory, and Pat dharlebois serving as her attendants. F.ver ' one proclaimed the Prom as " one of the best in ear ! ' ' 187 A Midsummer Night ' s Dream Top: Chet Cekela reads — " Merry and tragical! Tedious and brief ! That is, hot ice and wondrous strange snow. How shall we find the concord of this discord. ” Above: Ron Ouellette, Bill Chapman, Ted Lamoureux, Steve Schnack, Fred Wambolt and Scott James. Steve — " And for my next tri ck. I’ll pull an elephant from this magic plastic bucket.” Above right: Joe Falocco — " I’ll teach you to laugh at my funny pants!” Right: Bob Lanpher ages with the worry that he might not remember all of his lines. Far right: Sue Winsor — " All right! Who took the rest of my costume. ” Left: }on Chernov — " Once more, with feeling, }or ' ' Below: Karen Richardson, Melissa Fulton, Debbie Boynton, Lisa Riley, Pat Johnson and Lisa Midon — " Take Sominex and sleep, sleep, sleep. Bottom: Judy Crawford to Mike Healey — " Oh Mike, I simply adore it when you yell at me like that.” Once again this year, the Senior Class and the Drama Club presented the Senior Play, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Our devoted director, Ms. Judith Cobb, somehow managed to pull us all together for yet another successful show. It will be remem- bered as an educational and enjoyable experience by all. After weeks of hard work, memorizing lines, blocking, and attending late night rehearsals, the cast finally felt it was ready. But ready or not, Murphy’s Law — anything that can go wrong, will — was working for us during dress rehearsal and the per- formances when such unprecedented escapades as these occurred; an entire row of bushes was kicked over; the fairies started crack- ing up right in the middle of their big number; a certain male lead couldn’t seem to keep his pants up; and one of our leading ladies uttered the famous words,” . . . shine comforts from the lighting booth!?!” William Shakespeare would have certainly turned over in his grave had he been aware of North High’s pro- duction of his Elizabethan play! 90 Awards Left: Ted Lamourcux and Pat Hanley dedicate Gladrtel " to those who have seen Atlantis, the Whales.” Below, Award Winners, first row: Donna Bird, Sue Bonenfant, Judy Crawford, Jon Chernov, Lincoln Reed, and Karen Haug. Second row: Lisa Scorgie, Donna LaFontaine, Denise Savard, Lori VanDusen, Jane MacKenzie, Helen Thorp, Mike Healey, Ted Lamoureux, and Deb Boynton. Third row: Sue Gariepy, Kay Gallotta, Houda Al- Amir, Chris Nicholson, Paulette Labrie, Diane Michaud, Diane Payson, and Bill Chapman. Fourth row: Rick Miller, Paula Petti, Terre Gir- ard, Ruthann Fournier, Donna Melanson, Caro- lyn Moore, Diane Chabot, Elaine Sickinger, and Terry Tucker. Fifth row: Ron Oullette, Kevin Blount, Ray Savard, Jeff Bodak, John Flynn, Lynn Wells, and Fred Wambolt. Sixth row: David Christianson, Chris Loew, Don Lemieux, Mike Roberts, Mike Case, Dave Balut, Brad Gal- lotta, Ron Maigret, and Jim Roach. As in years past, the National Honor Society arranged the annual Awards Assembly. The entire school gathered in the gymnasium this spring to observe the presentations of awards in various subjects. Karen Richardson, Honor Society Presi- dent, opened the ceremonies and introduced the new members of the Honor Society. The yearbook was dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. James Frutchey. Above left: Mr. and Mrs. James Frutchey accept the 1977 Northern Light ded- ication. Left: Karen Haug receives the Rensselaer Medal for excellence in Math-Sci- ence. Above: Karen Richardson opens the Awards Assembly. 191 192 Class Day The Annual Informal Class Day Assembly for the entire school was held Friday, June 3. Once again the underclassmen looked forward to the yearly " roasting” of the Senior Class. Selected students read the class his- tory. will, and prophecy. In the afternoon. Formal Class Day was held. Parents, friends, and rela- tives attended the ceremony. Essayists were Karen Richardson, I ori Van- Dusen, and Judy Crawford. Above right: Gregg Berkley — " Whatsamarter Gregg? Did you see a ghost?” Relou ' right: Debbie Wilmore — " I hope they don’t say anything embarrassing about me!” Relou: Ken Erickson and Bill Whitney — " That was a good one!” Opposite above left: " Try to harmonize, girls!” Opposite above right: Andy McLaughlin poses for the photographer. Opposite below left: Denise Savard received the Merle Crockett Award for the Outstanding Student of the Year. Opposite below right: Lori VanDusen, Karen Richardson and Judy Crawford — Formal Class Day Essayists. 193 Senior Reception The Senior Class held its recept ion this year at the King Phillip Ballr X)m in Wrentham. An unu- sually large percentage of the class attended. Par- ents, teachers, and School Committee members were present to witness the tears shed by a gcxxl number of sentimental Senior girls. All in all, it was quite an emotional experience and a beautiful eve- ning to be remembered by all. 194 1 t ] T 1 m |;j| B rl vM H •oH • 1 1 »f.y , Opposite above left: Andy McLaughlin, Dave Paulhus, Tim Sheehy, Bob Aheam, and Steve Rickard — " All dressed up and no place to go.” Opposite below left: Sue McCrory, Sue Beaupre, Diane Berg, and Betty Salesses — " See the pretty clock?” Opposite right: Denise Savard and Kevin Blount — " Where have you been all my life?” Above left: Carl Mitchell and Diane Berg — " I hope those kids stay in a straight line.” Above right: Mrs. Ingram and Mr, Bevilaqua — The Grand March. Left: Laurie Thimot, Priscilla Moore, Pam Parenteau, Cindy Lusignan, Annette Seekel, Ellen Flynn, Kathy Velletri, and Kathy Nolan — " Try not to cry girls!” 195 Graduation Braving threatening weather reports and cloudy skies, the Class of 1977 became the eleventh class in a row to graduate outdoors at N.A.H.S. This year’s Senior Class was the first to spend all four years at the new school, and it seemed only appropriate that this charter class graduate on the new football field. The stands, colorfully arrayed in rain slickers and umbrellas, were fairly crowded. The essays by Valedictorian, Lisa Scorgie, and Salutatorian, Donna LaFontaine, were followed by a talk from Dr. Prentice K. Stout, a marine biol- ogist. Mr. Louis Kelley, Principal, presented a great number of academic awards and scholarships. Moments after the class received their diplomas and had begun to march off the field, the skies opened up, soaking caps, gowns, and diplomas. Top right: " Raindrops keep failin’ on my head . . .” Above: Lynn Wells, Bonnie Lachance and Ray Wenhold — " Really! Then what did she say?” Right: Lisa Scorgie, Valedictorian. 196 197 Top left: Mr. Vandereecken — " I’m just trying to keep every- one awake.” Top right: Lisa Knox — " Wait ’til they see what I’ve got up my sleeve!” Above left: Dr. Prentice K. Stout, guest speaker. Above right: Mortarboards sail in the air — " It’s over!” Left: Miss Ramalhete — " Now who’s the smart one in this crowd?” Index Doble, Marcia 42, 89, 93. 95, 107, 146, Lemieux, Donald 164, 190 Santos, Richard 173 SHNIORS 156, 181 Levesque, JoAnne 165 Santsaver, Kim .. .97,173 Achin. Alfred 149, 185 Doire, Stephen 157 Lewis, Stephen 102, 103, 165, 185 Sanville, Richard 27, 173 Achin, Normand 27, 106, 149, 186 Ducharme, Jeannine 33, 78, 82, 85, 1 18, Lindstrom, Karen 41, 78, 165 Sarazin, Robert .173 Ahearn, Robert 103, 104, 181, 194 157 Lowe, Dennis 165 Sarrazin, Diane . 32,42,85, 100, 173 Anderson, Keith 91, 144, 149 Dumont, Russell 157 Lusignan, Cindy- Lou 95,97, 165, 195 Sauve, Deborah .174 Armstrong, Pamela 149 Erickson, Kenneth 157, 192 Lykus, Dianne 42, 146, 166, 181 Savard, Denise 2S , 38,42,90, 92,94,95, Atwill, Michael 40,91, 149, 181 Falocco, Joseph 32 33, 68, 73, 74, 78, 79, Lykus, Paul 165 136, 174, 181, 190, 192, 194 Bainten, Linda 82, 149 84, 85, 92, 94, 129, 157, 180, 188 Mac Kenzie, Jane 99, 166, 181, 190 Schmidt, Kevin 27, 106, 107, 144, 174 Baldwin, Bradford 149 Fay, William 157, 107, 184 MaePherson, Bonnie 71,99, 166 Schmidt, Michael .27, 126, 127, 174, 180 Bankcrt, Alan 68, 78, 149 Ferrara, Toni 157 Maigret, Ronald 190 Schnack, Steven 72, 78, 92,93,95, 124, Bassett, Clifford 150 Flynn, Ellen 157, 195 Mallon, Arthur 166 174, 188 Beauchaine, Mark 150 Flynn, John 40, 78, 144, 158, 190 Maloney, Martha 166 Scorgie, Lisa 6, 74, 82,83,92,94, 100, Beaupre, Elise 150 Fontaine, Pamela 158 Martin, Diane 166 143, 174, 190, 196 Beaupre, Suzanne 42.90, 93. 116, 148, Fournier, Barbara 158 Mattson, Nancy 42,90,93, 166 Seekell, Annette 174, 195 150, 181, 195 Fournier, Robert 96,158,186 McCrory, Suzanne 29, 109, 148, 166, 186, Shaw, Glenn 101,174 Belham, Pamela 150 Fournier, Ruthann 158,184,190 195 Sheehy, Timothy 42, 103, 104, 175, 184, Berg, Diane 42,89.93,101,116,117, Fredette, Michelle 83,82,158 McLaughlin, Andrew 70, 167, 184, 192, 194 148, 150, 181, 186, 195 Fuller, William 103, 104, 158 194 Sickinger, Elaine 93, 175, 190 Berkley, Gregg 103, 129, 150, 181, 192 Fulton, Melissa 78, 82,83, 158, 189 McMorrow, Patricia 38,42, 109, 167 Silvia, David 96 Bird, Donna 150, 190 Gallotta, Bradford 159, 190 McNamara, Paul 129 Slawson, Susan 34,92,175 Blais, Jeanne 151 Garlick.John 159 Melanson, Donna 167, 190 Sprague, Jeffrey 175 Blount. Kevin 27, 100, 106. 107, 144, Gaskin, Kathleen 38,42,89, 109, 110, Menard, Todd 72, 140, 141, 167 Stapleton, Michael 103, 175 151, 190, 194 146, 159 Mercier, Debra 42,93,94, 100, 167 Sullivan, Maureen 38,42,89,90, 92, 136, Bodak, Jeffrey 151,190 Gibeault, Elizabeth 96, 159 Mercier, Suzanne . . 185, 186, 167 137, 175, 186 Bombardier, David 151 Glover, Catherine 42, 159 Messier, Diane .167 Szpila, Alice 175 Bonenfant, Susan 151,190 Gohring, Gerard 132, 133, 159 Meyer, Mitchell 27, 167 laylor, Laura 75,99,175 Boynton, Deborah 33, 72,78, 82,83,85, Grant, Donna 159 Michaud, Karen 42, 78, 79, 168, 190 Thimot, Laurie 176, 195 94, 151, 189, 190 Greaves, Kenneth 27, 159 Midon, Laurie 136, 137, 168, 186 Thomas, Frank 42,90, 93,97, 176, 181 Braga, Stanley 151 Grenier, Lisa .41,92, 146, 160, 181, 186 Miller, Richard 168, 190 Thompson, Cynth a 176 Bray, Roger 96,112,151 Grimes, Pamela 160 Mitchell, Jean 168 Thorp, Helen Anne 77,176,190 Brexfeur, Richard 152 Hall, Denise 160 Moore, Carolyn 168, 190 Thresher, Robert 27, 176, 186 Brown, David 152 Hancock, Steven 160 Moore, Karen 168 Tinkham, Jeffrey . 88,98,176 Brown, Nelson 152 Harrop, Susan 33,72,83.85,92, 160 Moore, Priscilla 168, 195 Treen, Elizabeth 96, 176, 186 Brumfield, John 152 Hayes, Karen 160 Musil, Brenda 168 Trowbridge, Mark . 176 Brunell, Sheryl 146, 152 Healey, Michael 78,81, 160, 189, 190 Nardelli, Peter 169 Tucker, Terry 177, 190 Bunker, Michael 152 Healey, Thomas 112, 160 Nicholson, Christine 169, 190 Turgeon, Beverly 177 Burgess, Richard 152 Hebert, David 96, 161 Nolan, Kathleen .34,35,169,195 Valley, Glenn 177 Burke, Lynda . . .152 Heil, Brian 161 Noviello, Michael 169 Vandal, Donna 30, 31, 42, 74, 92, 94, 177 Buttlar, Jean .153 Hickey, Edward 103, 161 O’Brien, Linda 169 Vandette, Anne . . . 42,60,63, 177 Caldwell, Kelly 96, 153 Higgins, Lome 161 Olaski, Michael 169 VanDusen, Lori-Jeanne 25, 34,92, 100, Cappa, Melanie 153 Hood, David 161 Ouelette, Robert 169 177, 190, 192 Carroll, Rose 42,95, 153 Houle, Michael 161 Ouelette, Ronald 78, 169, 188, 190 Velino, Lisa 177 Carter, Gary 27 Hussey, Donald 72, 73, 161 Parenteau, Pamela 170, 195 Velletri, Kathleen 177, 195 Case, Michael 153,190 Jacques, Robert . 33,84, 85, 161 Paul, James . 40, 107, 144, 170 Viera, Gary 27,42,98, 112, 113, 133, 178, Cavalieri, Sandra 153 James, Joseph 133, 162 Paulhus, David 27, 90, 1 12, 126, 133, 183, 186 Cavalieri, William 27, 153 Jewett, Wayne 95,100,162 170, 181, 194 Vigorito, Brendan 178, 183 Cayanaugh, Patricia 153 Johnson, Patricia 38, 42, 89, 90, 92, 93, Payson, Diane 37, 70, 78, 81, 97, 170, 190 Voepel, Lori 178 Cekala, Chester 32,84, 106, 107, 144, 136, 162, 185, 189 Pensavalle, Elizabeth 170, 183 Walker, Michael 42, 100, 178, 181, 186 154, 187, 188 Kenny, Donna-Marie 162, 180 Perkins, Pamela 7, 42, 72, 73, 92, 94, 100, Walsh, George 178 Cerrone, Maria .. 154 Kidder, Donna 162 143, 170, 181 Warenda, Kelly .178 Chabot, Diane 154, 190 Kirylo, Ann 162 Petti, Paula 96, 170, 190 Watson, Pamela 178 Chapman, William 78, 188, 190 Knox, Lisa 162, 197 Pierson, Laura .34,170 Weakley, Elaine 178 Charlebois, Patricia 30, 31, 154, 186, 187 Kummer, Kathryn 38, 162 Plante, Sharon 171 Wells, Lynn 38, 42, 89, 97, 136, 179, 183, Cobb, Dayid 154 Labrie, Diane 163 Plath, Joseph .27,171 190, 196 Cochrane, Donna 154 Labrie, Paulette 42,85, 163, 190 Poirier, Jay 133, 171 Wenhold, Raymond 179, 196 Conley, Daniel 103, 154 Lacasse, Richard 163 Pratt, Steven 88,98,171 Whalen, Phillip 97, 179 Cook, Jeffrey 154 Lacasse, Susan 42, 146, 163, 184, 187 Purdy, Susan 42, 171 Whitney, William 179, 192 Cornetta, Pamela 42, 146, 155 Lachance, Bonnie 33, 78, 163, 196 Read, Lincoln 171, 183, 190 Wilber, Robert 144, 179, 186 Cotter, Mark 32,33,84, 155, 185 LaFontaine, Donna 38, 92,93, 136, 163, Rhuda, Julie 171 Will, David 103, 104, 179 Cosgray, Darlene 155 180, 190 Richardson, Karen 29, 38, 42, 74, 91, 93, Willmore, Deborah 179, 192 Coyle. Patrick 155 LaFontaine, Stephen 163 146, 171, 183, 186, 189, 191, 192 Yankee, Dorothy 179 Crawford, Judy 69, 78, 80, 83, 155, 189, Lamarre, Susan . 96, 163, 1 85 Rickard, Stephen 27, 42, 172, 185, 194 JUNIORS 190, 192 Lamoureux, Theodore 78, 79, 99, 129, Rizzo, Michael 68,172 Al-Amir, Houda 6,73,93,94, 101, 118, Cullen, Christopher 102, 103, 155 164, 181, 188, 190 Roberts, Karen . 172 190 Cunha, Linda 155 Landry, Marie 164 Robens, Michael . 172, 190 Allen, Linda 118 Curren, Allison 42,72, 101, 155 Langevin, Richard 94, 164 Roque, Peter 172 Amadei, Robert .118 Dargis, Roben 96, 156 Lanpher, Robert 88, 92, 107, 144, 164, Rose, Cindy 172 Angus, Lori McQuade 118 Dean, Peter 140,141,156,181,186 188 Rousseau, Rand , . 172 Arena, Virginia 98,99 Dcsilcts, Cynthia 156 LaPierre, Carol 164 Roy, Patricia 34,35,82,172 Arnold, Elizabeth 118 Dcsilets, Elizabeth 96, 156 Latimer, Charles 164 Sager, Lynn 173 Balut, David 73, 93, 94, 100, 103, 118, Difiore, Paul 156 IxBeau, Sandra 42, 100, 186, 187, 164 Sager, Thomas 103, 133, 173 125, 127, 134, 190 Dion, Raymond 156 Lee, Deborah 37, 78, 165 Salesses, Elizabeth 7,93, 100, 148, 173, Barboza, Tracie 125 DiVittorio, Frederick 40,92, 156 Legg, Patricia 38, 42, 146, 165 184, 186, 195 Barker, Pamela 42,119 98 Beaulieu, Linda 37, 118 Johnson, Philip , , ,43,96, 121, 133 Smith, Kelly 127 Daly, Kenneth 57,78 Beaupre, James , . 118, 129, 144 Johnson, Thomas 42,43, 121 Smith, Marc 124 Dantonio, Michael 57 Beauregard, Clarie 118 Jones, Deborah 121 Stapleton, John 103, 124 Davignon, Camilla 57,61,63,75,89, 93, Bedard, Virginia , 101, 118, 120, 126 Jourdenais, Norma 42, 116, 117, 121, 146 Sullivan, Thomas , , , 124 101, 111 Bellavance, Laurie 118 Kamps, Diane , , , 121 Sullivan, Paula 30, 124 Dean, Jane , , , 50,57,63,89 Bliss, Bruce 27, 144 Kapolchok, Mark . , . 91,93, 121 Sutherland, Barbara . . 42, 124, 186 Denzer, Christine 58,89 Bliss, Carol ,42, 76, 101, 118, 126 Kreischer, Kathy , , 30, 42, 121, 122, 126 Theroux, Susan . . 124 Deschetres, Judy , 58 Blount, Robert . 98, 118, 147 Lacasse, Randyl 27, 121 Todesco, Lisa 124 Desnxhc, Sandra 34, 58 Bonenfant, Carol . 42, 118 Lacasse, Eileen 121 Turley, Brian 27 Dosick, Barry 58 Bonome, Janet . . . 118 Laliberte, Marsha , , . 39, 42, 122 Vaillancourt, John 120,124 Dromsky, Catherine 33, 58, 146 Bourgeois, John . 27, 144 Lamarre, Christine , 42 Vaillancourt, George , 124 Dunn, Kerrin , , 58, 146 Bouthillette, Gene 40, 107, 108, 144 Langille, David 103 Vanbever, Donna 124, 146 Durkin, Kimberley ,58,60,107,146 Bowen, Alan . 96 Lapointe, Annette , 121 VanLeeuwen, Bryan ,, 27,124 Emerson, Raymond 27, 58 Branagan, Donald .33,40, 73, 78, 84,85, Lee, Donna 37, 123 Varney, Rae 124 Erickson, Kimberly 39, 58,89, 101, 105, 118 Legg, Darlene 37, 127 Veldman, Suzanne 78,99,124 189 Bremner, Scott 118 Lemieux, Pauline , , 127 Wambolt, Lyn-Su 42, 124 Erickson, Valerie 58 Briggs, Paul 103, 118 Letourneau, Donna , 127 Waterman, Michael 42 Evans, Lynn 58 Broughton, Nora . 7,87,93,95,98,99, Lizotte, Michael , , , , 42, 127 Waterman, Keith . . ,,.27,119,124 Ferrante, Loribeth 58 100 Lowney, Cynthia , 123 Wells, Curt 27, 124 Fitzgibbons, Joe 27,58,114 Brunell, Michael . , ,27,43, 107, 118, 112, MacIntyre, Mary , 38, 55, 75, 89, 109, 1 10 Werner, Andrea 33,42,82,85, 124 Flanagan, Catherine 8, 37 , 58. 100 126, 129, 144 Maitland, Bambi 42, 70, 89, 92, 93, 94, Whatmough, Bryan 124, 144 Flanagan, Kevin 58 Butler, Valerie . . . 96, 118 123 Wheeler, Flora 124 Fong, Jeffrey 58, 140, 141 Butterworth, Claire . ,29, 30,42,90, 119, Martha, Douglas ... 103, 123, 144 Winsor, Suzanne ,6, 8, 72, 73, 78, 80, 82, Fontaine, Lisa 58, 75 126 Martino, Steven 123 92 , 94 , 100, 124, 188 Forbes, Mitchell 27 Carney, Darlene ,38,39,119,121 Mason, Patricia 123 Wright, Charlene ,, ,69,124 Fredette, Thomas 55, 58 Cash, Doug, 119 McCarthy, Robert Matthew , , 1 12, 123 Yankee, Judith 124 Friend. Carl , 33, 59, 85 Cerreto, Tina 119 McClain, Maty 29, 30, 42, 95, 123, 125, Frigon, Scott ,59 Chabot,Jon , , 103, 186, 187 126, 146 SOPHOMORES Fuller, Scott 59, 103 Champagne, Ann 75, 118 McCretton, Maureen , 123 Anderson, Roy , . 56, 97 Gaboury, Brenda 59 Chernov, Jonathan 72, 73,74, 78, 83, 85, McDonagh, Barbara 42, 93, 101, 123, 146 Armstrong, Patricia 56 Gaulin, Kathleen 30, 59 93, 189, 190 McGowan, Nancy 101 Averill, Payson Charles , 27, 56, 114, 134 Gavitt, Steve 59,86 Clancy, Maureen 30, 42,95, 125 Melucci, Sharon 105 Bagley, Brian 33,56 Gebski, Bruce ,59, 144 Clark, Brenda , , . 34,35, 118 Merigold, Laurie . 123 Bainton, Lorna 146 Gilmartin, Julie . , ,59 Cote, Michael . . . , , ,33, 75,84,85, 118 Metrano, Christina . 123 Ballou, Holly , , ,56, 57,60, 146 Girard, Lori 59,69 Couture, Amelia . 119 Meyer, Lori 123 Balut, Michael 56, 103 Goulet, Charlene 59 Coyle, Sara 42, 119, 146 Meyer, Michelle 42 Barker, William , 27, 56 Goulet, Diana 37 , 59 Croke, Joanne ,42, 72, 73, 89, 101 Meyer, Pamela 123 Barrett, Mark 27,56 Hanley, Sean 40, 59, 107, 108, 144 Cronin, Thomas 27 Mochrie, Robert . . . 27,42, 123 Beauchaine, John 56 Harrop, Howard 59 Crosta, Tamela . 30, 42, 1 18, 122, 126, 146 Morrill, Patricia . . . 127 Beck, Racine , , , 56 Harrop, Laurin 33,85 Curren, William . 27, 71, 108, 122 Moxter, Michele , . . . 39,42, 123 Berg, Andrea . . 56,65,89, 105 Harvey, Peter 58, 59 Curtis, James , 121, 129 Mulligan, Rita .41, 42, 107, 108, 123, 146 Berthold, Lynda , .37,56,146 Haverly, Brad 59,98 Dalton, Daniel 121 Murphy, Kellie , . , , 101, 123, 126 Betts, Marion 56 Hayes, Kurt , , 59 Daly, Beth 42, 121 Murphy, Susan 123 Beyer, Gary 27, 56 Healey, Robert , , 59 Daly, John . 27 Nolan, Timothy . , , 123 Billington, Stephen , , 56, 141 Heard, Heidi 59,75 Dargis, Sandra . 38, 42, 89, 94, 101, 109, Nolin, Robert , . . 43, 123 Bits, Johnathon 27, 56, 103 Hickey, Robert , , 59,141 no, 136 Noviello, Carol . , . . 123 Blackbird, Debra 36, 56, 82, 83 Holden, Richard 59 Derois, Darlene . . 42, 121, 146 Packer, Glenn 96 Bliss, Judith , , 56, 78, 89, 1 1 1 Holmes, Robert , 33 , 59, 100 Desroche, Janet 82,85 Pardo, Laureen 123, 127 Bonin, Virginia 56 Howard, Steven 59 Dolan, Kerry . . . 27, 121, 126 Parker, Donna 123 Boucher, David 27 Hoye, Maura 59,61,89, 139 Erickson, Stacy . . 121 Parlee, David 103 Branagan, Michael ,56,114,134 Hulbert, Colleen . , 59 Estey, Keith ,114, 144 Patch, Brian, , 27, 70,98, 112, 113, 123, Briggs, Gary . . 56, 103 Ives, Brian ... .27, 59, 133, 134 Fernberg, Bruce ,, .124 132, 133 Broughton , Joseph 56 Johnson, David 59,91 Flynn, Daniel 72 Paul, Parti 34, 82, 123 Brown, Adam 56 Johnson, Donald 27,58,59,90,93,112, Foley, Colleen . . . . 95,96 Pederson, Carolyn 75,96 Bull, David. . 33,40, 56, 84, 85, 93, 108 113, 133 , 134 Fortune, Judith 37, 78, 82, 121 Peterson, Kathleen . . , .42,93, 123, 143 Burgess, Stephen 56 Jorde, Cheryl 59, 75, 77 Frisell, Lori 121 Phipps, Burton 96 Buttlar, Dorothy 56 Joseph, Maureen 59 Fuller, Dean 121, 123 Poholek, Christopher 27, 123, 133 Caisse, Marie 56 Kamps, Deborah 59, 75 Gaboury,Jay 27, 28 Quackenbush, Cynthia ,39,42, 123, 146 Cappa, Lynn , 56, 75, 89, 111 Kelly, John , 27,59,65, 133 Gallotta, Katherine 37,42,74,82,94, Rabuffo,John 27 Caranci,John , 56, 57, 58 Kieon, Mark 59 109, 111, 121, 142, 143, 190 Reinbold, Edward . 27 Caron, Heidi 56 Kinder, Cindy .59,61,63,95, 146 Gariepy, Suzanne 8,41,42,93,94, 100, Rickard, Susan 105 Carr, David 56, 62 King, Cheryl 59 109, 121, 136, 190 Rioux, Stephan 119 Cavanagh, James 33. 56,85 Kraskouskas, Michael , 27, 59 Gaulm, Richard 121 Roach, James ,75,134,190 Cavedon, Kathy , , , 56, 116, 146 Krzywonos, Donna 60 Gebski, Jayne 96 Rocha, Roberta , 42,76,101,124,146 Chabot, Debra 56 Labonte, Marc 27,60, 103, 134 Gibson, Valerie 42, 121 Rofino, Joseph 124 Chabot, Kevin , ,33,56,84,85 Lacasse, Robert 60 Girard, Theresa 69, 190 Rose, Dale 141 Chalifour, Priscilla 57 Lacasse, Thomas E, 60 Gledhill, Evelyn . ,33,78,84,85, 121 Rowles, Timothy 132,-133 Charlebois, Peter .57,141 Lacasse, Thomas R 60 Gobin, Lynn , 42,116,117 Sanville, Darlene ... 109, 110, 136 Cheney, Cynthia , ,36,57,95 Laderoute, Lynne 60, 105, 146 Goulet, Roberta 121 Savard, Raymond . 27, 122, 124, 126, 190 Chernov, Daniel , , ,57, 73,85, 141 Lafountaine, Cathy 60 Gow, Tracey 42, 72, 73, 76, 89, 93, 94, Scarpaci, Steven 40,42, 124 Chretien, Edmond 27, 57 Lalancctte, Timothy 27,60,114,134 101, 107, 146 Schmidt, Paul 42, 88, 112, 113, 118, 124, Christianson, David 57, 82, 83, 84, 85, Lamarre, David 60 Grosse, Curt 121, 126 147 93, 190 Lamoureux, Rose 78 Hagarman, Kurt 27, 140, 141 Schmitt, John 124 Clark, Richard 103, 144 Larochelle, Michael 103 Hall, Jayne 121 Schofield, Bradford 186 Clinton, Leeann , 34,35,57,82, 83 Latimer, Cheryl 60 Hanley, Patricia . 78, 99, 121, 190 Shaftoe, Tamara 32,33,42,78,84,95,99 Cochrane, Eileen ,57 Lavalee, Denise 60 Haug, Karen 41,42,74,97,190,191 Shaw, Teal 34, 82, 124 Cochrane, Kathy 57 l eBlanc, Cynthia 60, 89 Hebert, Carl 27, 103, 122, 134, 135 Shumila, Steven , .27, 124, 126, 144 Coffey, Neal 33, 57, 84, 85, 107 , 144 LeClerc, Raymond 27 Hilsman, Susan 39,89, 121 Sickinger, Sharon 124 Conroy, William 27,57,58,114,134 Lees, Brian 60 Hirsch, Martha 121 Silva, David , , 124 Croke, Michael .57, 114 Ixgg, Terry 60 Hobson, Elizabeth 90,93,116,117 Silva, Maryjo 38,42,89, 124, 126, 146 Curren, I eslie 41, 57, 116, 146 Ix ' pere, Laura 36, 37 , 60, 85 Johnson, George 27,114,121 Silva, Mark 124 Dalton, Patricia 57,89, 111, 146 Lcstage, Wendy 61,89,105 199 U ' lcndrc. Ro cr 2 ' ’.61. 144 Silvia, John 97 Beyer, Keith 28.43, 133 Fulton, Michael 28,33,46.31,83 Lewis. Jeffrey 61,103 Simmons, Wendy 38, 63, 1.36 Billingkoff, late 43, 116, 146 Gaboury, Ellen 46 Lintoln, Brian 61 Slaney, Michael 63 Birs, Donna 43 Gariepy, Sheri 46 Liiew . ( ' Kristopher 33.40.61,83,93. 106. Soucy. Diane 63, ■ ' 3 Blanchard, Raymond 113 Gaudette, Jeannine 46, 97 107, H4. 190 St Pierre, Ernest 63,1.34 Blanton, Dale 43 Gaudreau, Daniel 46 MacI)on.ild. Miteh 2 ' ’. 61. 134 Stack. Maureen 29, 63.63,89 Bonin, Robert 43.83 Gaudreau, Tammie 46, IP, 139 Maikey, Brian 61 Sujdak, Diane 63 13onneau, Diane . 43 Gaulin, Nancy . . . 46, 78 M-i nan. Traev 61 Swectland, Cieorge 63 Bosh, William . 43 Gilmore, Micah 46 Maher. Kimberly 30,31.61,89 Szpila, Matthew 63, 103 Bourgeois, Joseph 43 Girard, Donald 46 .Mai ret. Carol 61. 3 Tanner, Scott 63 Bowman, Stephen 43 Gledhill, Vivian 33, 46, 82, 83 .Mair. Ciynthia 37,61 Taylor. Brian 63 Boyle, Timothy 43,83 Gobin, Jane . . 46, IP •Mallon. Daniel . 33. 61 Taylor, Linda 63 Brower, Russell 43 Gow, Lauren 46, 89 .Marchese. Susan ’3 Teixeira, Frank .27,63.103 Burns, Karen 43 Grant, Steve 46, 84, 83 Martha. Dianne 39. 39.61.89. 103. 146 Texeira, William 27, 63 Butler, David . 43 Greene, Douglas 33.84,83,94 McCrory. Daniel 40,61, 10 144, 143 Thomas, Sheila ( 4, ■ ' 3 Butterworth, James 28,43 Gregory, Michael 46 •McLaughlin. Amy .61.89,90,146 Thorpe, Joanne 64,82, 116, 146 Camara, Maria .43 Grimes, Robin 46 •McLaughlin. Kelly 61,63,90.93. 112, Thresher, Alison . M. 103 Cameron, Glenn 43 Guimond, Lynne 46 113 Tinkham, Greg (A. 103 Card, James 43 Gula, Michele 46 •Ms .Manus. Erin 61. " 8 Tinkham, Kimberly 39,64. 107, 143, 146 Carey, Susan 43 Hagopian, Laurie 46, 89 Mercier. laari 61 Treen, Susan 64 Casale, David 43 Hall, Russell 28, 46, 113 Merigold. Sally 61 Tremblay, Karen ,6-4,89, 111, 146 Case, Mark 43 Hanley, Kathleen .47 .Merriam. ChervI , , . 61 Trima, David M, 1.34 Castro, Darcy 43,89,97 Hannan, Deborah 39,47,33, 34, 146 Messier. Barbara .61 Trombley, Roxanne 64 Cavedon. Michael 28,43, 133 Harding, Jensine 36, 37,47,82, 139 Metrano. Lisa 39.61, 103 Trost, Edward . 27,64 Cehelsky, Clifford 43, W Harris, Robert 47 Michaud. Diane 61 Trumble, Shayne 64 Cekala, Walter 33, 43, 84, 83, 107, 108, Harrop, Melinda 47,82,83 Midon. Lisa .61, 78, 80, 89, 189 Tyler, David 64 144 Hart, Betsy 47 Monast. Carol 61. 89. 109, 110. 136 Uhlig, Joann 64 Chabot, Neil 43 Hart, Robin 34 Montgomery. Karen 61. 107. 146 Vandal, lOebra 64, 89, 1 16 Champagne, Charles . ,43 Hebard, Lori 47 •Moore. Cheryl 61 Varney. Gregory 64,93 Champagne, Paul . 43 Hebard, Shawn 47 M(x rc. Joseph 61 Veldman, Heidi 63 Chaplow,John .28,43 Hebert, Randy .28,47,144 Morse. Raymond 61 Velino, Karen 87 Charette, Patricia 43 Hervieux, Robert , 47, 113, 141 Neal. JoAnn .61 Viles, Karen M. 73 Charette, David 43 Hetu. Annette 47 Nevers. Karen . .61,78,82,117 Viscusi, Ricci 64 Closson, Carol 43, 117 Hickman, John 47 Nolin. lOcborah 61,89 Viscusi, Robert 64 Colleran, Robert 43, 103 Higgins, Patricia 47, 78 Nolin. Richard , 27,61 Waite, Wayne . . ( 4 Cooper, Shelly 43, 89, 146 Hill, Patricia 47 Olaski. D)riann 61 VC ' ambolt, Fred 64,73.78,80, 93,97, Copley, Brian 28,43,33,113 Hillman, Gary 33,47 Oldham, David 62 101, 146, 188, 190 Correia, Lynn 43, 143 Hobson, John 40, 103 Onoyan. Joanne 7 37, 62, 82, 83, 89, 93, Wambolt, D)ri 64, 146 Cote, Robin 43 Holmes, Mark . . 47. 83, 94 100 Ward, Lisa . . 64 Couture. Elissa 43 Horton, Greg 28,47, 113, 133 Pacheco, Russell 62 Watts, Beth 64, 89 Coyle, Lisa 43, 146 Houle, Kevin 40 Padula, Mark 40,62, 107, 144 Webb, Sherry . 64 Craigin, Cindy 43, 34, 139 Howard, Karen 47 Parenteau, Cynthia 36, 62 Weston, Laurie . (M, 63 Culhane, Thomas 43, 103, 133 Howard, Loren 48 Parenteau. Steven 62 Whalen, Steven . 64,93. 114. 1.34 Curti, Cynthia . 43 Hughes, Kathleen 48 Parlee. Douglas 62,63, 103 Whalen, William . .64 Dalton, Deborah 33, 39,43, 83, 109, 111, Hulbert, Milton 48 Phipps. Sallyanne 62 Whitefield, Karen .38,89, 109, 111, 137 136,89 Hume, Christopher 48. 103 Porro. Barbara .62 Wilber, Kevin 27 Daly, Lauren . 43 Hustler, Michael 33,83 Potter. Scott . 27,62, lO " ?. 144 Willis, Bart M Danko, John 43, 147 laconis, Michael 33,48,83 Pouliot. Robert , 2 ' ’, 33, 62. 83 Winsor, Donald 64 Davignon, Dawn 46 James, Scott 32, 33, 48 78,84,83,94, 188 Pratt, Janice 62, 63 Youd, Sarah . . , , M, 82 Dean, Gregory .46,103,141 Janes, Wendy . 48 Pretourt. David 62 Young, Pamela 64 DeBlois, Lori 46, 82, 101 Jarvis, Joanne 48 Provost. Rosemary 38. 39,62,89, 136 Yurman, Thea 64,89.139 Delfino, Lauren 46,117 Johnson.John 28.48. 113, 133 Rankin, Joseph 62 Zielinski, Debbie 37,64 Dellaratta, Ralph 46, 133 Johnson, Todd . 28, 48 Redding, .Michael 27, 38,62,93, 112, Dennis, Maureen 46 Johnstone, Robert 48 113, 133, 134 FRESHMEN Derois, Kevin .46 Jorde, Shawn 28, 48 Reed. Marjorie 33,62,73 Achin, Erin 44, 117 Desilets, Jennifer 46 Jourdenais, Karen 33, 41, 48, 61, 83, 101, Reynolds. Francis 62 Achin, Scott . . 44 Difiore, David 46, 144 109, 146 Reynolds. Matthew 27. 62, 103 Akers, Calvin 44 Di Vittorio, Sheri 33,46, 78,81,82,83, Jurdak, David 48 Richards. Daniel 33,62 Akroyd, Denise . 44 87, 189 Karcher,Jane 36 Riley. Lisa 62, 8. 89. 101, 103, 143, 189 Al-Amir, Sam 44 Doble, Sharon . 46, 33 Kell, Archie 48 Riley. Pamela 33 62,64,82, 83,89,93, Alix, Anthony 4 4 Doyle, John 46 Kelliher, John 48 111 Andrews. Mark 28, 44 Dulude, Christa . 46, 82 Kiff, Marianne 48 Rioux. Stephanie 29. 38, 62. 89. 93, 109, Arnone, Lisa . 29, 39, 44, 33, 89, 90, 97 Duplisea, Steven 28,46,133 Knowles, Tamara 33, 48, 82, 83, 146 136 Astin, David 28.44 Dusablon, Jeffrey 46 Knox, Linda 48 Robert, Dave 62 Astin, .Mark 44 Dzialo, Laura 46 Kohler, Franklin 33,48,84,83 Robinson. William 27,62,63, 112 Atwill. Leslie 44 Eliason, Kerstin 46 Kraskouskas, Cheryl 39, 48, 33, 89, 1 1 1 Rcxcia. Rosemary 62. 82 Badger, Steven 44 Espinosa, Jerry 113, 144 Kummer, Kristina .39, 48,33,89, 109, Saulnier, Philip 34,62,94.93, 100 Bagley, Sharon 44 Falcx ' co, Paula 46, 78, 84, 83, 94, 101 111, 146 Savard. Steve . . .27,62. 114, 134 Baker, Jeffrey 44 Fay. Bradley 46 Labrie, Mark .28, 48, 144 Savard. Susan 62. ■ ' S Baldasaro, James 44 Feder, Glenn 28, 46, 113, 140, 141 LaFontaine, Jeanne 29, 39,48, 139 Scarlatclli, Robert 37.62,94, D ' ' Ban non, Peter . 40, 44, 107, 144 Fish, Kimberlee 36, 37,46 LaFontaine, Philip . , 48 Scarpaci, Frank 62 Barker, Louis 44 Foley, Carol 46 LaFontaine, Richard 40, 48 Schmidt, (iregg 27,62,103 Barnabe, Dennis 44 Foley, John 46, 78 Lamarrc, Steven 48 Schnack, Dennis 144 Barry, Maureen 43 Foley, Rita , 46 Landry, Sherri 49 Schofield, Robert 62. 68 Barry, Wendell 43,97 Fontaine, Dawnc . 46 Langlois, Lorraine 49 Segel. Lisa . 30, 31, 62, 73, 89. 93, 98, 101 Battersby, Thomas 43, 113 Fontaine, Kimberly 46 Lanni, Michele 49,89 Semple, Sheila 62,78 Bcaupre. Kelly 36, 43 Forbes, Kim 46 LaPierre, Maria 49,97,146 Serpa. David 40, 63 Beaupre. Melissa . 43 France, Gail 46 Larmay, Michelle 36, 49 Sheehy. Erin 37, 39, 63, 89 Bedard, Richard , . 43 Franklin, Kim 46 Larock. Donna 49 Shumila. Charles 27,63, 103 Beland, George 43 Franklin, Peter . 46 Latham, Sharon 49 Silva. .Mark 63 13elanger, Shaunda 43 Fredette, Paul 28,46,34, 133 Lavallee, Lee 49 Silvia. Dale 63. 103 Bellavance, Alan 43, 147 Fuller, Dale 46 Leach, Catherine 49, 78, 97 200 Leary, Scott 49 Morriseau, David 50 Plante, Glenn 28, 51 Sweetland, Michael 52 Lcfebvre, Linda , .36,49, 139 Morriseau, Diane 50 Plath, Joanne . .51,53,97, 139 Swenson, William 52,83 l.cgg, Sandra , , 49, 143 Mulligan, Linda 50, 111, 139 Pratt, David 28,51 Swistak, Joseph 52 Lcg , Wendy , , 49, 146 Murphy, Michael 50 Prendergast, Diane ,51 Tavares, Steven 52 Leland, Charles , 33 Nardelli, Steven 50,135 Prew, Herbert 50 Taylor, Kathleen . .36, 52, 117, 146 I.eperc. William 28, 33, 49, 85, 115, 135 Neal, David 50 Purdy, Richard 50 Tetley, Robert 40,41,52 Letourneau, Arlene 49 Nitso, George 28, 50 Quackenbush, Barbara 39,51,53 1 horp, David 28, 52 Lew, Janice 49 Noel, Joseph 50 Rancourt, Rochelle 51 Tighe, Maura . 39, 52, 111, 139 Lizotte, Marc . 49,115 Nolin, Michael 28, 33, 50, 84, 85 Raposa,John 51 I ' lnkham, David .33,52,85,144 I.izotte, Roland . 49, 97 Noviello, Mary ... .50,97,139 Redding, Timothy 28,51, 115, 144 Tinkham, Kim 52, 97 Ixrew, Gretchen 49, 142, 143 O’Brien, David 50 Rhuda, Kim 51, 117 Tolliver, Jodi 52 Ixiwery, James , 49,83 O’Brien, James 50 Roach, Joanne 51,78,94, 139 Toth, Pamela . 52,89,142,143 I.ucchetti, Suzanne . 49 O’Brien, Thomas 50 Roccia, Lynda 51,82 Travis, Susan 52 I.und, Susan .49,117 Onoyan, Janet 8, 37, 50, 82,89, 101 Rocha, Cori 51 1 rowbridge, Michael 52, 144 Mackenzie, Patricia . 49 Oshorne, Tina 50, 139 Rockett, Pamela 36,51 Turgeon, Joseph 52 Mackey, Michele , . 49, 139 Padsiadlo, Anne 51 Root, Debora 51 Turinese, Donna 52 Mallon, Richard . , 49 Padula, Karen 50, 146 Rose, Barry 51 Uhlig, Kevin 52, 115, 144 Marcotte, Daniel . . . . . .49,115 Palmucci, Gina 50, 101 Roy, Elaine 52 Vaillancourt, Suzanne 39, 52, 54, 89, 111, Maselhas, Mary 49,82,89 Paquin, Julie 50, 143 Salesses, Donna 52 ,89, 111, 109, 146 1 , , 139 Maslow ' ski, David 49, 94 Pariseau, Michael 50 Sauerlinder, Clifford 52 McCretton, Timothy . . 28,49, 135 Parlee, Cynthia 41, 50, 116, 146 Savard, James 28,52,90,94, 144 Velino, Gary 52 McDermott, Michael 50,103,135 Paulhus, Christopher 50, 135 Savard, Stephen .52,114 McGee, Lisa 50 Pedersen, Pamela , . 37,50,82 Schmidt, Karen 39,52,55,89,109,111, McGlashing, Jeffrey 28, 50 Percevay, Laurie .50,107,146 139 IH ftO 107 14(S McGovern, Michael 50 Perkins, Larry . 50 Schnack, Michael 52 McKenna, Shane , . . . .28,50,103 Perkoski, William 50 Schoeppner, Kim 52, 127 McMorrow, Michael 50 Perrault, Kenneth 50 Schofield, William 33,52,85 Walsh, Charlene 52 McNally,Jill 50 Perry, F. Robert 50 Senechal, Edward 52 Walsh, Scott 52 McNamee, James 28, 50 Peterson, Kellie 50, 89 Seymour, Keith 52 Werner, Jeffrey 52, 108, 144 Melucci,John 50 Petrie, Donald . 33, 50, 84, 85 Shepard, Daniel 52, 144 Wilber, Thomas 28, 52, 115 Mercier, Edward ... 50 Phalen, Colleen 50, 11, 139 Silva, Faith . . . 39,52,89, 139 Winsor, James 53, 101 Messier, Thomas 28, 50, 115, 135 Philibert, Barbara 50 Simms, John 28, 52, 115, 135 WocxJbury, Lance 28, 53, 135 Meyer, Scott . 50 Pierson, Michelle 50, 97 Stapleton, Laurie 52 Wright, Sharon 53 Moore, Ixrrena 36,50 Pinkham, Diane 50 Steliga, Stanley 52 Yankee, Charles 53,135 Moran, Diana 50 Pizzarelli, Michael 50 Sullivan, Diane 51,52 Young, Meredith 53 Morris, Lisajean 50 Place, Cynthia 50,111,146 Sutherland, Sheila 52 We do it all for you " R+s. 152 and 106 Plainville, Mass. Congratulations to North Attleboro High School Graduates -Ano 4JTTL-E6pSb P.O. BOX 78 38 FOREST STREET ATTLEBORO. MASS. 02703 COAL CO., INC« Richard E. Doescher Sherman A. 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