Somerset High School - Raider / Memoirs Yearbook (Somerset, MA)

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r r RAIDER 1978 Somerset High School Somerset, Massachusetts Leslie Cross, Jane Perry, Editors i 1978 RAIDER MAN OF THE YEAR Edmond Goulart The Senior Class takes a great deal of pride in having Edmond Goulart as the 1978 Raider “Man of the Year.” Because of his dedication to the teaching profession he has succeeded in making economics at Somerset High a truly worthwhile educational experience. Mr. Goulart is an outstanding educator who has won the admiration of his students and colleagues, and we commend him for a job well done. m msiBm “A portrait gallery should be filled with those we know, those we would like to know, and those we should never forget.” Harry Chapin 8 n J§ ■■ ; ■?: ' - : h ' - ■ ' i : -W , tiiiiti mgm§ gg L ik l 1 i f jp . 1! 6 9 y i fig p | 1 f g . |S i Ki m ■ :■; ■ • r ' 1 _ MR. THOMAS DALEY — Superintendent 18 MR. EDWARD KAYLOR Secondary School Supervisor MR. RUSSELL TEASDALE Assistant to the Superintendent MR. CARL McDERMOTT —Principal VICE MR. SALVATORE PETRILLO Vice Principal MR. RICHARD MAHONEY Vice Principal MR. EDWARD SULLIVAN Assistant Principal Social Studies MR. JOHN SOARES MRS. ROXANNE LEONARDO MR. RICHARD BREZINSKI MR. JOHN DRISCOLL MR. JAMES HENRY MR. RAYMOND GAUDREAU MR. ROBERT SOUZA MR. DONALD REBELLO MR. CHARLES LEARY MR. RICHARD SMITH MR. PAUL McMANUS Department Head MR. EDMOND GOULART MR. ROBERT CROUCH 21 MISS PAULINE DUMONT MR. DONALD McNAMARA 22 MRS. MARILYN GAUDREAU Science MR. MILTON ROCHA MR. DAVID PEREIRA MR. DAVID CHAUVETTE MR. ROBERT TAVARES MISS SHARON HAMLEN 24 MRS. JEAN NOWACK MRS. ALBERTA PERRY Dean of Women MR. FREDERICK NEWTON MR. NICHOLAS PEACHY MISS MARYJANE SULLIVAN MR. WILLIAM SULLIVAN Department Head MRS. FLORENCE TAYLOR MRS. PAULA SAROCKA MR. RICHARD LAMOTHE Yearbook Advisor MR. PAULMARCHAND MISS ANNE SCANLON MR. HARVEY ALDEN MR. PATRICK MERCIER MR. GERALD ST. ARMAND MRS. BEVERLY CARON MR. THOMAS BURNS 26 MR. RAYMOND McDONALD MRS. CAROL KIDD Department Head MR. ALFRED ZAGORSKI MRS. MARY GEORGE MR. BRIAN SULLIVAN MRS. PAULA KELLY MR. LAWRENCE THOMAS MR. JAY KELLY Industrial Arts MR. WILLIAM REED MR. FRANCIS MURPHY MR. GORDON HAGGERTY MR. JOHN AZEVEDO igr m a MR. PAULAUDETTE MR. WILLIAM MATTE Department Head Guidance MR. EDWARD SANDOMIERSKI Department Head MR. DAVID MALLOY MR. WILLIAM BARRAR MISS DORIS LOCICERO MRS. ANNA DANIELSON Reading DR. DAVID CUCINOTTA Director of Reading MISS GAIL RIVETZ MRS. JACQUELINE ETTER Business « MR. HERVE LAVOIE MISS LORETTA NOWACKI MR. DOUGLAS RAPOSE MR. JAMES TOWERS Department Head MRS. SHARON CAVALLARO MR. RICHARD TETELBAUM Foreign Languages MRS. HAIDEE GIL DEJESUS MR. GEORGE PONTES MRS. CECILE McNAMARA MISS ELIZABETH SOUZA MRS. CYNTHIA VALENTINE 32 MR. CHARLES LEVESQUE MISS GERTRUDE O’NEIL MRS. JEAN MITCHELL Librarian MR. DAVID KNECHT Audio-Visual Director MR. PAULBOUFFARD Cafeteria Supervisor Health MR. GRANT Health Coordinator MRS. MARCIA SALMON Dress Making MISS GAYLE PYATT MRS. LINDA BOISELLE Music MR. JAMES WHITE Department Head MRS. AMYGOULART MR. DAVID ROBINSON MR.KIAH O’BRIEN III Art MR. BRUCE MAGGS MR. ROBERT PERRY Department Head MR. RICHARD WORTON MISS PATRICIA MEDEIROS MR. JEFFREY ROTHWELL Permanent Substitute MR. JOHN SILVIA SR. MR. LEO LAFLEUR Special Needs MRS. BEATRICE CORREA 35 Cooperative Education MR. PAUL CORCORAN Max Ed Coordinater MR. ROBERT TAYLOR • • Nurses MRS. IRENE MORGAN Registered Nurse MRS. MILDRED MORGAN Registered Nurse Secretaries MRS. ANNE GAGNE MRS. RAE SULLIVAN MRS. AUDREY BURHOE MRS. MARY CURT MRS. LORRAINE TALBOT MRS. MARY SIECZKOWSKI 1 MRS. MARYELLEN CORCORAN MRS. CECELIA REIS MRS. JUNE O’KEEFE MRS. MAUREEN DONAHUE MRS. PAULINE FIORE ’78 CLASS PROFILE S3 auoxitz Oxfzxzxxion: " 3t ’ x (Soot] ” " Ok Pk ij P od, SStznz " S auoxitz Ofang-Out: Pkmuztx, OlpkC S3auoxitz Ol {£ak: SPizza, 23okxtzx, Ptzak S3 auoxitz Pliunckizx ddjiot: SSuxcjzx 13 ing, cPfncjzko’ ±, OV[cJ3 onaldx dafztzxia’x Szxt A [zat: Okiakzn SPiz, (2k our P {zin Stauoxitz Oax: 28 O 2, SPoxxckz, (Soxuzttz S3auoxitz iPaxtimz: SPaxtyincj, (poing Out P ' Vitk S3xizndx, JSixtzning to Pl uxic tuoxitz Pl { uxical tf xouji: S3kzzturood P aa, Oxoxkif, PStikkx and cPVaxk, PV oodiz ItSLuzx S3 auoxitz Odzjioxdiny Ptxtixt: Oat 2Stzuzn±, Qamzx SJaijkox, dziton kj.okn Woxxt P uxicaL (Sfxoufz: 2J ixx, 23 .(2. and tfiz dkunxkinz 33and, Ox nondx S3 auoxitz JSong: ( 1 Vz cpzz tkz (Skam ionx, cStaixuraij to cdfzauzn, OoLoux WMjy ( WoxLd S3auoxitz Odudio dotation: ( 1W PfcPfS3, ( 1 1002, ( 2S0xdY Si auoxitz OV ouiz: 2tax IVaxx, Onz S3tzur Ouzx thz (luckoo x PVzxt, c2f- 2 t ax 23x 33oxn S3 auoxitz cPf-ctox: cPfL SPacino, (Stint Paxturood, SPauL PVzurman S3auoxitz Pfctxzxx: SOaxkxa dbtxzixand, Sdaxak, S3atjz SOunatuaij S auoxitz SJ.33. dbk our: dSatuxdai) PVigkt, SDkxzz x Oonifiamj, v axk St auoxitz 23ook: OSSootx, Otkzx Sbidz oj Ol ' idnigkt, SJkz Pi ok kit (2azo[ (z f. c -fj-j-omo “In order to be unique, you must be different. In order to be different, you must be what no one else but you can be.” Allen Ashley Pitt (ff cL’iy zA {. cy H’iLcfi “Never look down to test the ground before taking your next step; only he who keeps his eye fixed on the far horizon will find his right road.” Dag Hammarskjold JWiak as,[ X. cjfytzx.anctz.’i “What a world this is, so full of love and care, we have no time to stand and stare. The Legendary Kinks J-L±a cjtyLnzzLcla “May you always have the freedom to be yourself.” Anonymous z LcticL’ul arf-. c -[ms,ida 3V{cma. zrv . c7fujcL%£iz “We never know how high we are Till we are called to rise; And then, if we are true to plan. Our statures touch the skies.” Emily Dickinson J-Js-trozan cztmazaL “Nothing should be prized more highly than the value of each day Goethe cZLLZcibztn c?tnzci r icLL “It is not what you have lost, but what you have left that counts.” u clulcl c fmazaL “True happiness consists not in the amount of friends you have, but in their quality and worth.” Anonymous “Live for today Dream of tomorrow Learn from yesterday Anonymous “I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday and love today.” William White zA [att(i sax A . cjtyifictzn “I will demand a commitment to excellence and to victory, and that is what life is all about.” Vince Lombardi Lpatzicia U . c fttzljEzy “The world is such that what appears to be an end is only a new beginning.” zA cc Te V . RzcluHlzil ‘‘Cherish yesterday . . . dream tomorrow . . . live today. . .” y a. a£ t S. sAazct ‘‘To try and fail is not true failure. But to try and fail . . . and try again; this is the essence of success.” Me -HozL- zan ¥3 zn£ jLclz± ‘‘I ain’t lookin to compete with you, beat, cheat, or mistreat you, simplify you, chastise you, deny, defy, or crucify you. All I really want to do is baby be friends with you. Bob Dylan zA [Lc(iciz[, T zzon cz j-nita. zA . i[octzau “If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.’’ Henry David Thoreau oaxdmun ¥3 ozdzn “Many a victory has been around and will be suicidal to the victors.’’ Plato J abiLcia Rozclzn “Let it be.” Beatles ' JBhd’icje, “A smile is the whisper of a laugh.” tj )onna dV[. ? » ■ 3 nicE o j.o(in J.. H otE fio “Perhaps I’ll never show this world All I could be I just can’t sing to any man The song he wants to hear. And I know that some won’t, like others try to be my friend. But I’m all of me, and that’s All that I am . . .” Jim and Ingrid Croce 0 EtEZ UBoudzECiu “It is fatal as it is cowardly to blink facts because they are not to our taste.’’ Tyndell c Vuncif -J2. H oujIzez J2ecl dB zantnEZ “Every so often it’s pleasant to find. That some little thing will have brought you to mind And a warm happy slow comes to brighten that minute Simply because there’s a thought of Somerset High School in it.’’ Judi. d3 , iLt(xind “We’re getting older, time goes by a little older with every day. We were the children of yesterday. Cat Stevens miz JBi’iovjn “Where my future will take me, it’s anyone ' s guess But I found my friends at S.H.S. They were four great years that just went by. My best shot I’ll give life, believe me I ' ll try.” J.B. JW az(z 3- yg° “Heading out on the highway looking for adventure in whatever comes our way. Born to be wild.” Steppenwolf Uyzoin c j-. (2a.(-naC. “Winning is not everything, it’s the only thing.” Vince Lombardi “. . . They said I would shine like a light on the city, but I hope it would be like the moon on the sea.” Johnathan Edwards % zuin (2a.zta.ni, “Every boy is on his own in these uneasy times. I’ll sing a song that rhymes with all my feelings. How can I be sure that what I’m livin ain’t a lie. Lord I’m going to try to understand.” Piper 2PauCa y. 2apLO±tacj no “Life is worth living But only with a smile A smile makes everything count It makes life worthwhile!” Cricket X ianE X. daxon. Xtzfifizn Xf. da rzzizo “Tis fate that flings the dice And as she flings of Kings makes peasants and of peasants Kings.” Dryden JV(u£ az[ X. daztzr ‘‘The future belongs to those who prepare for it.” Ralph Waldo Emerson XfncLrz Xf. daxuatfio ‘‘The greatest achievement is not in never falling but in rising after you fall.” Vince Lombardi X fnn X . darvatfio ‘‘You need some time to be free, time to go out searching for yourself, hoping to . . . time.” Xfxt(i ur daKjadfio ‘‘The hopes that last in some far distance seem, Maybe the truer life, and this the dream.” Adelaide Ann Proeter ri yjfQ sSV v SV ' 5yxSV SV ' ‘SV ' sS ! s J s 5 J vV ‘ y ’ s y 5)J - 5s v 5v y S mmmmm i hihiiiiiihhiuhhi . i (i czfy . ( 2 a . XU CL [Ha j 2 onrux z 2 [. daxuatfio “Courage is to dry one’s eyes and laugh at a fall, get up and try again. dmanuE daxuatfio “To get into the best society nowadays, one has either to feed people, amuse people, or shock people.” Oscar Wilde z 2cii)tnonc[ W. da±Ejj “Yes, there are two paths you can go by but in the long run there’s still time to change the road you’re on.” Led Zepplin zn axfz (2z±toncjuaij cz faxon !2 dlia UE non “The man’s only message is be real to yourself. Listen . . . to the voice that guides you. Don’t let the elements surround you. Don’t let the money pull you under yourself. John Pousette Dort 45 2b zljora (i cXf. (2(iia(i[.ovj6,(zi “I listen to the wind to the wind of my soul Where I’ll end up well I think, only God really knows.” Cat Stevens Xtzcin dfiouinazcl ‘‘If it feels nice, don ' t think twice.” James Taylor lAia a czrf-nnz (Zfxouina’iA ‘‘You can do whatever you want to do, wherever you want to go it’s up to you, and wouldn’t it be fine following your heart, playing your own part.” Steve We is berg t zxaLdi J . dtaizmont ‘‘I’ve seen good people, I’ve seen bad. I’ve seen lonely people. I’ve seen sad. I’ve seen black people. I’ve seen yellow. I’ve seen the drunk and I’ve seen the mellow.” J. S. (-fizCitCnz X. dommsxiu ‘‘Morning brings another sun Tomorrow See the things that never come Today.” Neil Young X)avjn (2 (2oo(z ‘‘I feel myself on the edge of things boundless, as if I were embarked upon the vasty deep. Ahead of all is uncharted. I know not whether I am bound, but only what I seek.” William Shakespeare £k EL Ca czrf-. Go zcozan “And the woods are lovely dark and deep But I have promises to keep Miles to go before I sleep Miles to go before I sleep.” Robert Frost c 3°y (2E G {. GozcLelzo “We’re only young once for that’s all society can handle.” Alex GozAelzo “Those who hold on to broken dreams, often get cut by their sharp edges.” G anAa[C. GozAelzo “If I should lose, let me stand by the road and cheer as the winners go by.” Berton Braley GB ZLU1E GoXXELO. “We’re gonna have a revolution.” Beatles P.S. Isn’t it great to graduate? J onna czrf-. doxxzixa. “Don’t walk in front of me, I may not follow Don ' t walk in back of me, I may not lead Just walk beside me. And be my friend.” mi }Loxinda (2o±ta “Still ending and beginning still.” Cowper .zffxzu doita “You’ve got the world at your fingertips, no one can make it better than you.” Spirit “The supreme happiness of life is so being loved for yourself, or, more correctly, being loved in spite of yourself.” Victor Hugo czrf-Licz (2outinfio “Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead, where there is not path, and leave a trail.” Anonymous HijncLa (2o±ta. y l axLa. L outo “The deepest feeling always shows itself in silence.’’ Anonymous JDzcrzzLy cy t- L-zans, “Face piles of trials with smiles it riles them to believe that you’ll perceive the web they weave. Keep on thinking free.” Justin Haywood Moody Blues £,LLzabzth csf. L-zsximzz “Time goes you say? Ah, no! Alas, time stays, we go.” Dobson 1 {Lena el c. L-zonan “You have the world at your fingertips and no one can make it better than you.” Spirit VVLLLuim L-zoon Thought alone is eternal “No goal is too high if we climb with care and confidence.” Unknown ddavan zA [. dzotzau “I believe in my right to be wrong, and still more in my right to be right.” Owen Lattimore U zitfi d. diLcinotta. ‘‘Dreams are for those who sleep. Life is for us to keep. I really think that we can make it.” Bread StLn d J . dutttz “Far away there in the sunshine are my highest aspirations. I may never reach them, but I can look up and see their beauty, believe in them, and try to follow where they lead.” Louisa May Alcott ddcwcrn [j aignaudt “It gets harder as you get older, and farther away as you get closer. But I don’t know the answers, does it even matter.” Crosby, Stills and Nash z o(j£zt df . ddauiion “Born to be Wild.” Steppenwolf dd camljza “For long you’ll live, and high you’ll fly. Smiles you’ll give, and te ars you’ll cry. But all you’ll touch, and all you’ll see. Is all your life will ever be.” Pink Floyd J-JCIULCI VV. J_J £CO±ta “To be a friend man should not attempt to reform or reprimand but should strive only to make others happy if he can.” Wilfred A. Peterson C A {ic(lCLE(l J £C 06 ,ta. “Have I aligned with a blown mind wasted my time on a drawn blind.’ Johnny Winter U az£n JJ)£mouza “Just remember — when you think all is lost the future remains.” Bob Goddard Lilian J-jzpun “After all, it’s only a weed that turns to a flower in your mind.” Thomas Benton f Z 7 2 £t£A£ ! 2 LO 2 2 £ “The tragedy of life is not that it ends ■BnBBHBHHHHBBHB ? so soon, but that we wait so long to begin it.’’ Richard L. Evans 2 U E(jin j-jocgz “The power that is stored in this noman’s land of chance. Is there someone who knows what they’re doing?’’ Gordon Lightfoot [l anu 3. [j zaji £au []A z(yui !Z ) u(jZ “Love doesn ' t make the world go round. Love is what makes the ride worthwhile.’’ Franklin P. Jones J.o(in J uc[o± “We ain’t no movie star, but what we are is what we are.” Alice Cooper {Zcliva’iA A uzanA “If you can’t dazzle them with intelligence, baffle them with . ! J 5 X ?v3 Si y x rQy x x x i)j y .’ ■S5v r 5 y x xS5 ) S5 v - 5 v » y- S5vKS5 v - v xS5y) S5 v . r yv JvxS y S fancy J2. !2 ut ££ “Laughter is not at all a bad beginning for a friendship and it’s the best ending for one.’’ Oscar Wilde U im(jzrC j cSf-. g[ “You never get a second chance to make a good first impression.’’ dJfzonza± d. Sagan “Happy are those who dream dreams and are ready to pay the price to make them come true.” !Z ' zfjoxa (t. cSf. ScfzazA cStzfifianny ' J. SCia± “Nothing is a greater impediment to being on good terms with others than being ill at ease with yourself.” Honore De Balzar acguzCim S . dmaxA. “My friend is not perfect — nor am I — and so we suit each other admirably.” Alexander Pope area CLZlCLh “To hatch a crow, a black rainbow bent in emptiness Over emptiness But Flying” Ted Hughes zA a.zy J2ou ziCfiauzz Kindness “I shall pass through this world but once. If therefore, there be any kindness I can show, or any good thing I can do. Let me do it now, let me not defer it or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again.” Grellet U3zian ztac) “The eyes of honesty can achieve How many millions do we deceive each day? In charge of who is there in charge of me do I look on blindly and say I see the way.” Yes ann E.znanAs,± “And think not you can guide the course of love, for love if it finds you worthy shall guide your course.” Zk-ffay = • 3 ZZZE.LZCL “Go to sleep and dream again, soon your hopes will rise and then from all this gloom life can start anew and there’ll be a crying soon.” Brian May .uditfi cd-f-. ' ' L? £,ZZ ELZCL JlinAa. ssizzizn. “The future belongs to those who prepare for it.’’ Ralph Waldo Emerson J A La UU =4. ‘D zzzzlzcl “Take your time, think a lot, think of everything you’ve got. For you will still be here tomorrow, but your dreams may not.’’ Cat Stevens szzon “If you worry about tomorrow and don’t live today Suddenly you will realize that all you have are empty yesterdays.’’ Pau£ t£tlon fdobs,zt inns. “What a drag it is Getting OLD . . .” The Stones 55 £z[iza(jztfi 3 Canacjcin “Happy times and bygone days are never lost. . . In truth, they grow more wonderful within the heart that keeps them.” Kay Andrew czf icpL azxi 3on±Eca “A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men.” J nnL± zA [. ontaCnE “History does repeat itself.” Buddy Starcher Jlitux }o r iczfj(z “If you don ' t get lost there’s a chance you may never be found.” ea 2 zA [. ozzzitzz “How many detours I had to make, along how many walls I had to grope in the darkness of my ignorance until I found the door which lets in the light of truth.” Johannes Keppler cJ otjzzt dB . 3 oztin | f 5 xQy!f 5 j ( ; i x 5iJ S5y)(S x yx j SV 5sx s 5v ' 5v ' v kSV « 5v . ' ax£u. D. 3 ’izzmcin J onna zA {. afjxLzi “Music, the greatest good that mortals know, and all of heaven we have below. " Addison A axij S. “I’m looking for the answer to my life, reaching for the key to my soul, and the treasure which is hidden deep inside. " j arcs, [ c j-. (f aAljoLi “If any man seeks greatness, let him forget greatness and ask for truth And he will find both. " N. L. e 2 2 a[[unt “We may never pass this way again. " Seals and Crofts UyatfiCzzn, annon “Let me flow into the ocean Let me get back to the sea Let me be stormy, and let me be calm Let the tide in, and set me free. " The Who azcint J oCcm.d d f. (f axant J zljorcifi (f ard ffa “They are free who do not fear to go to the end of their thoughts.” Anonymous Sxia cl df. axinsx “Youth is the opportunity to do something and to be somebody.” J. J. Munger L auid Q. CL J,t lL£,X “So on and on I go, the seconds tick the time out, there’s so much left to know, and I’m on the road to find out.” Cat Stevens Suian J2. autfzLEZ “If I cannot do great things, I can do small things in a great way.” mS: Unknown Su±a.n E.tzxma.n “We are all travelers in the wilderness of this world. And the best that we find in our travels is an honest friend. " Robert Louis Stevenson EAvjclxA. £,± “Tired of lying in the sunshine, staying home to watch the rain. You are young and life is long And there is time to kill today. And then one day you find ten years have got behind you. No one told you when to run. You missed the starting gun. " Pink Floyd cz)-foCCij f inci£±(zL “You walk along, you get no where. You sing your song, they only stare Speak what is right, oh if you dare. Life is such a funny game.” Thom m Lia. fcna. [±fzi “Like the fool, I am and I’ll always be. I’ve got a dream. I’ve got a dream. They can change their minds, but they can’t change me. I’ve got a dream. I’ve got a dream. I know I could share it if you want me to if you’re going my way I’ll go with you.” Jim Croce t ' IfizryC “If the sea of life is covered by waves, wait on shore till the storm blows over. " Anonymous . -J?L±a zA . zti’ifzz “The secret of life is enjoying the passage of time.” James Taylor 59 zSta.nCzy caftan (f foLd “The common man keeps the wheels turning; but it was an uncommon man who invented the wheel.’’ Anonymous dorian o[Cu(j “Look not mournfully into the past. It comes not back again. Wisely improve the Present. Go forth to meet the Future without fear and with a manly heart.’’ Longfellow dd z(-ria o±±Ln “If you love something, set it free If it comes back, it’s yours If it doesn’t, it never was. Think about it.” 72E1 2b. “Tomorrow is just another name for today.” William Faulkner J aurzzn x. ' fXO.CLE “Yesterday’s dearest moments are today’s dearest memories.” W. R. Lawrence (2o[CzE.n xA [. . “Life is very short and there’s no time for fussing and fighting, my friends. " Beatles Judi “Don’t work for a living. Work at living. " Unknown £i. lUE,ztin “There are few so young and none so old that their abilities cannot find a need or their interest an outlet. " Daniel J. Evans cf iafzazA J2. czHclIjiIj “If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away. " Henry David Thoreau • I [ZJimotfiij czHcujCjz’ity “Remember that time is money. " Ben Franklin “But at my back I always hear times winged chariot hurrying near. And yonder all before us lie deserts of vast eternity. " Andrew Marvell X cunzCa X. X ' ia.’uiiion “And in chasin ' what I thought were moonbeams. I ' ve run into a couple of walls . . . But in looking back at the faces I’ve been I would sure be the first one to say When I look at myself today I wouldn’t have done it any other way.’’ Jim Croce Xfazt Xfionzai X. Xfazt “Try a smile today and celebrate your life in a positive way.” Maurice White XVancy X. XfXsxt “Smiling leads to loving. Loving leads to sharing. Sharing leads to happiness. And happiness is forever »t Mike X a jid X. cXfzxoux “It’s easier to tell a lie than it is to tell the truth. It’s easier to kill a fly than it is to turn it loose. It’s easier to criticize somebody else Than it is to see yourself.’’ George Harrison X [icfia£,C Xf. cXe,zoux “Sometimes the lights are shining on me and other times I can barely see . . . But lately it occurs to me what a long strange trip it’s been. " The Grateful Dead £A2 [4 ezoux “Being different does not mean Not the Same — but Being Yourself. . Stephen Heroux Ck ai si zf . czHodcjatE onatfian 3 [aiz czHodoifi “I have never let my schooling interfere with my education. " Mark Twain czHoj-fnian “There is one knob to the door of a man’s life, and that is on the inside. That door never opens except as the man inside opens it. " Megiddo Message UzzicLncz c fo[[anA “The true competitor is hurt deeply when he loses. He acknowledges his defeat, but he convinces himself it is only temporary and he will come back, and come back, and come back, until he stands in the winner’s circle.” Francis A. Tarkenton JlorL cztf-. cJ-fofjfz in± “When you give of yourself, you truly give. " Gibran tj onna zA {. czH ui±Ey “Steal your face off your head.’’ Grateful Dead zAfancy 0 . zJ-fu±±Eij “Do not let your chances like sunbeams pass you by.’’ Howard datliy d. dannuzzL “The sensible thing is to use hard thinking to find the right way to live and then to live that way, whether many other people do or few do.” Herman Wouk zAl ich CLE [J!. guJgt “Dreams are the touchstones of our characters.” Henry David Thoreau CJj odlE U EEn.E nVLat % D(JLy “And we all know it’s better that yesterday has passed. Now let’s all start the livin’ for the one that’s gonna last.” Cat Stevens Uyazzn .3. U znyon “Happy are those who dream dreams and are ready to pay the price to make them come true.’’ ax ct U £Z±fi CLVJ U onna U(inc) “Accept me as I am so I may learn what I can become.’’ £ ud Uyhcn jz ' uj ez “There are many roads to success. The ones that we’ll construct ourselves will lead us to happiness »» iJnzfiz IJyoznz “Everybody thinks of changing humanity and nobody thinks of changing himself.’’ Leo Tolstoy zaljztfi ci f-. Uyozafz “Time goes so fast Life asks so much No wonder friends get out of touch. But in our hearts deep, true, unseen. Friendship stays forever green.’’ Xfiortzai W. Xacfzzy JVa tanatj Xaj-buz “I feel the change cornin’ I feel the wind blow I feel brave and daring.” B. Manilow cXj-rzrz Xc JW cm(z U . Xancjj-LzCd ‘‘Life is like a clock. It ticks away unnoticed. So get your head together Before it slips away.” h nn -j-.cuja±±z ‘‘Friends are the windows of the world.” Unknown XViCticurz czH. XaLpointz ‘‘If you do not understand my silence, you will not understand my words: ' Banj-Lea ' .” Unknown Xi±a. XaXatCz ‘‘In my dreams, I can see I can.” David Crosby jxinzz± Jlzsiomtz “Atoms for peace? Man is still the greatest miracle and the greatest problem on this earth.” Gen. Dave Sarnoff AfoujinAa. J2zAo “Of the people in my past Fading faces in a Working dream And though they never Seem to last very long There are faces I remember From the places In my past.” James Taylor 3 nz czH. J2zz “Now, I’m learning to fly and this freedom is like Nothing that I’ve ever known. I’ve seen the bottom And I’ve been on top But mostly I’ve lived in between. And where do you go When you get to the end of your dream? " Dan Fogelberg WiCCicun J2zz “Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence. The slogan ‘Press on’, has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race.” Calvin Coolidge X eklee X. Xzqautt y EnEE 2 . -j-zgauLt “I’ve been smiling lately thinking about the good things to come, and I believe something good has begun.’’ Cat Stevens Xl azquEzitE XeUe 2 L C.JL oantiE ErnELtn dyntn La X. Xeue±cjue “A smile is a curve that sets things straight.’’ Unknown XzEnda X. Xofz E± “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.’’ X atki Xf. Xofz Ei U Lm zA [. Jlijns, “You will find satisfaction in any of lifes contests, whether you win or lose . . . for when you give your best in life, the best comes back to you.’’ ■zzA lauzzzn Jlyoni “There is no Eden or Heavenly gates that you are going to make it to someday. But all of the answers you seek will be found in the dreams that you dream on the way.” D. Fogelburg Uyzzzidzn. A a an “Yesterday is already a dream, and tomorrow is only a vision. But today, well-lived, makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope.” Anonymous dl axij £(Xzn. zA [a(ion£ij “Accept me as I am so I may learn what I can become.” zAJ ak ucn “Tomorrow’s a new day. Let’s start it a new way. A day of happiness and love for knowing we can depend on God above.” R. J. M. Cta ZZ Jlu ±lLzZ “There is a destiny that makes us brothers. None goes his way alone. All that we send into the lives of others Comes back into our own.” Edwin Markham 1 1- atiicia l azifia[[ E-tiiz zA {. zA [ancLziji[[.£ “There’s a road. Which way you take it. That’s the way Your life will grow.” Road -A 2 2 A [annz± “lam not afraid of tomorrow, for I’ve seen yesterday and love today.” William Allen White cJ onabl zA [a , icz[Cu± “. . . if I lose. I’ll walk away and never feel bad . . . because I did all I could, there was nothing more to do.” Joe Frazier czrf-nn ! clxl£, A [axciaxi[[.E “Know thyself.” Socrates £ok n l [az UE± Hi 1111 XyoljExt cXj-- l [axtin {J.. Xl [a±±ci “You can’t change the past, but you can ruin the present by worrying about the future.” Anonymous zA [Lc(i£.[e. X . zA [a±±z “For long you live and high you fly And smiles you give And tears you cry. And all you touch and all you see Is all your life will ever be.” Pink Floyd .uditfi X. X Z[attz “Friendship is the light of the world. And without it, you would live your life in darkness.” Jude X citiiafz !Z7. X {att(i £(AJ± “The one working with a slack hand will be of little means, but the hand of the diligent one is what will make one rich.” Proverb Chap. 10 Verse 4 X onrux XV . Xiciz “The road of life has more sun than shadows.” Unknown Uyznnztfi zA [. zd cd fu[ty {Jx. “I’m going to try with a little help from my friends.’’ Beatles ants, x.jy £.an± dd. A [s,ds,izo± “As soon as laws are necessary for men, men are no longer fit for freedom.” Pythagoras (dyntliLa cd f. d {zc[£i r io± “People so seldom say I love you . . Then it’s either too late or love goes So when I tell you I love you It doesn’t mean I know you’ll never go. Only I wish you didn’t have to.” Anonymous dPabiiaia c j-. “It matters not what you are thought to be, but what you are.” Sypress “The more faithfully you listen to the voice within you, the better you will hear what is sounding outside.” Dag Hammarski jold Marking SmM zA [zCCo “The hardest thing to learn in life is which bridge to cross and which to burn. " zAfic(i oCa± A [o[£oy “You never lose. But sometimes the clock runs out on you. " Vince Lombardi C ' lyntfaia J pnLz zAJ i OYILZ J2oi± A oxin “The true profession of man is to find his way to himself.” Hermann Hesse (-tizzyC c f. zA [oT[zy " There are beautiful flowers and beautiful trees It makes me happy to feel the cool breeze I love the sun, for it shines so bright But then it gets dark and turns into night I think of the good times and I think of the bad But I don ' t get depressed or even sad I’m always real happy everyday Cause that ' s what God wants in ' His ' best way.” C. A. M. SSzaJfozd cz j-. zA [ OZ±£ “Man can climb to the highest summits, but he cannot dwell there long.’’ George Bernard Shaw C ' lyntfi ia cz j . A [o±(lZZ “You may say that I’m a dreamer. But I’m not the only one I hope someday that you’ll join us. And the world will live as one.” Beatles V cL%ij £i. zA [u[[zn “I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood and I — I took the one less traveled by. And that has made all the difference.” Robert Frost [j cujLct zA { utzzaAfj “It’s only a weed. That turns a flower In your mind.” (2o£Czzn S. zA uzfifiLf “Outside my window ' J Another day. It can be bright Or it can be gray. It can be filled With tasks well done With love and friends. With joy and fun. The blessing of choice Is given to me To color this new day That I see.” Katherine Edelman JW auza c j-. zA UZfjflL) “Take time to be friendly, ' J It is the road to happiness. Take time to laugh. It is the music of the soul. Take time to give, It is too short a day to be selfish Take time to be kind. No matter how small, it is never wasted. Take time to love. And you shall be loved in return.” c O lf Qa ms.iL zA [uzf2fiy " It’s only the giving that makes you what you are.” Ian Anderson csfi ' yobszt .uds A [uzfj.njj zA [sCa.nis c f. dVaiiff " We don’t remember the days. We remember the moments.” Simons cAfsiLcm " Live by no man’s code. And hold you judgement for yourself.” Bob Dylan tzA lazfz cAfick szion Quns zA {. O’ dBzisn " I’ve got nothing to do but smile.” Grinch czrf-nn A {. (£) ' donnox “The tragedy of life is not that it ends so soon, but that we wait so long to begin it.” Richard L. Evans c fntonio Q.. Giius.ixa “A man who never made a mistake, never made anything.” W. Churchill J OLj [Luzuicl Scott GLivESl “Those who have never experienced hell will never experience heaven.” Unknown Su±cuz ’ zJ [zL[ “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” Amanda Bradley £Paa7S. Ot L± fljyx x x r v (X iyX X yxS X f 5vX y)f X X V . ' r J X V ' S ' ' 5v ' . ' .- .Vljv. ' vtjy J2lKIcLl U. OuzHzttz “There’s a time for joy, A time for tears A time we’ll treasure through the years.’’ B. Wilson 1 -W £. (UuzLUtU “Those who make the worst use of their time most complain of its shortness.’’ La Bruyere Paul Williams ( nzzyL v . u- ' achzc.o “If you do little the grains are small. Do less you are still important.” Ms. Carol Stigh iiLca. U aLua Experience if nothing but memory J-Jozotnij c? t. c aLLa± “I don’t like to commit myself about heaven and hell — you see, I have friends in both places.” Mark Twain 74 ' a fs z J- aPn zez “Do not follow where the path leads. Rather, go where there is no path and leave a trail.” .uCiz J- amzza “Man cannot discover new oceans Unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore.” Unknown n PafD,f 2 a± “Time is on my side.” Rolling Stones J £.t£,Z D. 0 CLCfU£,tts, “I am he As you are he As you are me And we are all together.” Beatles 0- cuiE,nt “Yesterday is already a dream and tomorrow is only a vision, and make every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope.” Unknown zA [Lc(ie[[e J- azznt “I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday, and I love today.” William Allen White U . -J CLWCLO “I get by with a little help from my friends.” J-jauLd U EZELZCL “There is nothing which persevering effort and unceasing and diligent care cannot overcome.” Seneca J_JEnnc± 1 . U- ' ezelzel “This above all: to thine own self be true. And it must follow, as the night the day. Thou canst not then be false to any man.” William Shakespeare JLjonaLcl Uezelzcl “Man’s best friend is a dog with a bone.” XOiUl UEZZELZCL “In the long run, the power of the mind is greater than the power of the sword.” Unknown {J.a.nz J . J- zxxy “Is there a chance that we may find. That your gentle glance can help me find. How to love you? And if we’re never to go on. My history now includes a touch of you. And it makes me smile.’’ William Mulligan dficLzCzi 7 - U atfz£z£n “The best way to destroy an enemy is to change him into a friend.’’ Unknown Sdvjazd Lpo(Xci’id J- atzicia A . Lpontz “It is not how much we have. But how much we enjoy. That makes happiness.’’ Unknown sl lazyann “We’re free to go where we wish and to be what we are.’’ Jonathan Livingston Seagul ZJfiomai Lpottzx “I want to travel as far as I can go, I want to reach the joy that’s in my soul. And change the limitations that I know. And feel my mind and spirit grow; I want to live, exist, ‘to be,’ And hear the truths inside of me.” Doris Warshay 1 iuian J zou[x . . And yet we’ve just begun to live, so much of life ahead, we start out walking and learn to run and yet we’ve just begun . . Carpenters Jloxznz czty. Lp jatt “I shall pass through this world but once. If, therefore, there be any kindness I can show, or any good I can do. Let me do it now, let me not defer it or neglect it, for I shall never pass this way again.” Grillet LPau[a J2. QuzntaC. " I wonder what tomorrow has in mind for me, Or am I even in its mind at all. Perhaps I’ll get a chance to look ahead and see Soon as I find myself a Crystal Ball.” Tommy Shaw Quinn “Take as much as you think you ought to, give just as much as you can. Don’t forget what your failures have taught you or else you’ll learn them all over again.’’ D. Fogleburg avid Qdacins. “I get by with a little help from my friends.’’ Beatles X$e(ria Xf. X afzo ±a “The whole life of man is but a point of tin v, let us enjoy it, therefore, while it lasts, and not spend it to no purpose.” Plutarch s ZEtlda. X. XyClflOiCl “Life comes your way but one time. Live it, love it, before you leave it behind.” B. L. R. .anat X a zoia “There are places I’ll remember all my life; though some have changed; Some have gone and some remain. All these places had their moments . . In my life I’ve loved them all!” Beatles [Xzljozafi Q.. X?ajz t “You’ll never learn to fly oza Unless you learn to fall You ' ll never know the answers Till you’ve heard the call You can’t turn your back Until you face it all — Take my word.” Unknown Xynne X i . X eyo “Life is a pure flame, and we live by an invisible sun within us.” Sir Thomas Browning ( Wayne. J- atzicia cz f. ?v “The day of darkness comes to every man And lingers while he reaches out his hand And he cannot know how it will end Till he finds out if has a friend.” Unknown Hb zSue, czrf-nn zf ioux “. . . There’s a strange new light in my eyes. Things I’ve never seen; changing my life, changing me . . .” Chicago ( 2azoC czfy. “Because the world is round. It turns me on. Because the wind is high. It blows my mind. Because the sky is blue. It makes me cry.” Beatles tj onna zA [. zf o(jUlo ux “Now as I see myself as I am feeling very free. Life is everything it’s meant to be. When my days have come to an end I will understand what I left behind. Part of me. I’ve been searching so long to find an answer. Now I know my life has meaning.” Chicago zf aymonA taiCCz jCinAa. “Standing on a hill in a mountain of dreams telling myself it’s not as hard as it seems.” Led Zepplin dciujin. d. Stovers. “Lookin’ for a life I can call my own.” Kinks JWiafi CLZ £ dP. S u±±e££ ' CLCLl BtzakA a. Sc “Time is: Too slow for those who wait. Too swift for those who fear. Too long for those who grieve. But for those who love, Time is eternity.” Henry Van Dyke JW auz zn S£oicl “If you wake up and you don’t want to smile, if it takes just a little while. Open your eyes and look at the day. And you’ll see things in a different way.” Fleetwood Mac U az£,n ( W. S£o± n£zzcj “I believe in the sun even when it is not shining. I believe in love even when I am alone I believe in God even when he is silent.” Anonymous Sonnci J2. S oaL “You will always laugh again, but you will never be young again.” Dick Clark _!So 2 2t£ a(jza “When this you see remember me and bear me in your mind. Let all the world say what they may, speak of me as you find.” £[iza(jzt(i zSa[mon “If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. If you can dream it, you can become it.” William Arthur Ward WitCiam czH- ‘zSa’icjznt Cj.z. “Why worry, when it’s warm over here. You have so much to say, say what you mean, mean what you’re thinking and think anything, why not?” Cat Stevens JV{ Lcfiaz[ Sauzztt£ “As soon as the rush is over I’m going to have a nervous breakdown. I worked for it, I owe it to myself, and nobody is going to deprive me of it.” Unknown lazy s. s. zSfi sxl “Take your time, think a lot. Why think of everything you’ve got. For you will still be here tomorrow but your dreams may not.” Cat Stevens 85 cSt v£,n d. S(iEznza.n “Some folks slip when they’re out on the limb. They think they went too far and rush to get back in. So don ' t get scared when you see yourself Just thank the Lord that you ain’t nobody else.’’ Rick Derringer Slecz(z ovtr±(zi “Special joys and special places, special friends together — the Moments pass so quickly, but the memories are forever!’’ G. W. Douglas dfiEZLE cdf. cSi[ jLa Ezutci ■zSdvia “A person ' s sights should be as high as his ambitions can raise them and everyone should try his best to hit his target.” George E. Ruff Uyazzn zA [. “If you can find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn’t lead anywhere.” Frank A. Clark cStEjzfianLz cSduia “I’m as free as a bird now, and this bird you cannot change.” Leonard Skinner raAj-orA Simmon± “All you touch, all you see, is all your life will ever be.” Lester Flug = ?. £Cc£y “For it never was easy to live with a head, so I ' ve kept to the back room and live there instead. What comes to the front room is only for ‘friends’ I have a bay window, but that’s where it ends . . Ian Hunter cz fzidi -H. Snz[[ “. . . You wouldn’t like the beach today the flags are all so tattered the kites are all too few. You’d be like me wondering how I came to be here not troubled but not happy. . .” Rod McKuen U z(Jtn czdf. SnijcLzx “Many times it takes real courage to stand up and be counted; but to keep standing up after being counted is the real test of strength.” J. T. Rutherford “There are friends who sail together Through quiet waters and stormy weather. Helping each other through joy and through strife — And they are the kind that give meaning to life!” Hughes zd az azzt d)oazzi “The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or touched, they must be felt with the heart.” Helen Keller ( ' 2(i’ii±tofi(iz T i Souza J2. ouza 3 n czfy. cSouza U zit(i Souza Izan S. cSouia 3 “As we go on in years, we may separate. But in my heart our friendship is one thing time cannot take. Thank God for memories — Good and Bad.” Cindy Medeiros L yazzn h ou±a “The best portion of a good man’s life, his little unremembered acts of kindness and love.” Wordsworth Uyz’i’iy zA [. Souza “Love is a friend, a fire, a heaven, a hell where pleasure, pain and repentance dwell. " J 2 o[cl cSouza “The significance of man is not in what he attains, but rather in what he longs to attain. " Kahil Gibran cSt Jzn cSovjcl “I was born Born for adventure women, whiskey and sin No I’ll never surrender Live by the sword till the end. " LPaut czfy. c Stantzy “For long you live and high you fly, but only if you ride the tide. And balanced on the biggest wave you face toward an early grave. " Pink Floyd zf o(jExt cztf-. Jbto(xrz[[ “Sometimes I can laugh and cry, and I can’t remember why. But we still love those good times gone by. Hold on to them close or let them go. " James Taylor JStta 2 S. Stu(zui “Don’t look back because those good old days are now. " Carly Simon 89 BW £ . Jbu[[iucLn Suzannz J2. zSuI%L(jan “The important thing is this: to be able at any moment to sacrifice what we are for what we could become. It is not how much we have, but how much we enjoy, that makes happiness.” czAfancij JSu±fiLZo “If you love someone let him go free. If he comes back he’s yours. If not he never was.” zA [io.(i cle[ Uclvclizi “Give me the beauty of the inward soul; and then may the outward and inward man be as one. May I reckon the wise to be the wealthy and may I have such a quality of gold as none but the temperate can carry.” Socrates £T S.LXS.LXCL U iarz 2 X. UziiiErZ “The tragedy of life is not that it ends so soon, but that we wait so long to begin it.” Richard L. Evans X. Ufidjautt “Nobody can take away the times we’ve had Each moment extra long It’s a memory to have Don’t you forget with the dawnin’ I ' ll be gone.” Stephen Stills X o(j£,xt Xfxainox “The failure of one man leads to the success of another man.” The Grateful Dead dfzxLitofifiz’i Q acfio n “Time keeps on Slippin’. . . Slippin’ . . .Slippin’. . . into the future.” Steve Miller oizfjfi Xf. Q znafxa. “Don’t let life discourage you: Everyone who got where he is had to begin where he was.” Richard L. Evans WiCCuim X. Q csn± ”... never put off till tomorrow what you can do today.” Lord Chesterfield dCiza(j£t(z ccQ. Q iuzixo± “. . . Only the beginning, only just a start. . .” Chicago J.sj ' I ' XEy d. WaLtz J[ ax (z cp ty. Wat(zLn±on. “The greatest discovery of my generation is that human beings can alter their lives by altering their attitudes of mind.” William James Jliia “The games up.” Terence Phormio 11.208 GPztzx G. ( GVhaLzn cSt (j£.n cR. Wna[[s.if “There’s nothing you can do that can’t be done Nothing you can sing that can’t be sung Nothing you can say, but you can learn how to play the game it’s easy. All you need is love.” The Beatles Uyatfzhzn zA . l l fiits. “The answer lies within. " Cat Stevens J- abiLcLci W(iits.fi.£xiA “Each dawn brings life’s precious gift — another day in which to live, to love, and to find happiness. " zf o(jLn cjty. iPfiitne-u “People so seldom say I love you, and then it’s either too late or love goes. So when I tell you I love you, it doesn’t mean I know you’ll never go, only that I wish you didn’t have to . . .” Lawrence G. Green 0 abiu2.La WiC(zLn± “Here I am, just waiting for a sign Asking questions, learning all the time It’s always here, it’s always there It’s just love and miracles out of nowhere. " Kansas mm “The whole Earth is my birthplace and all humans are my brothers.” Kahlil Gibran WaCts-i Wnzfz “There never seems to be enough time to do the things you want to do once you find them.” Jim Croce ’ si (dfizzyt cz f. WohtznfiotnLE “Life is for living and giving and caring and sharing with people we love.’’ Edward Cunningham Wohtznfiotnzz “So long as we love we serve; so long as we are loved by others, I would almost say we are indispensable; and no man is useless while he has a friend.” Robert Louis Stevenson It azljaza U. Wony “Try everything in life once, and the fun things twice.” Ziggy nzE± Wood “I get by with a little help from my friends.” Beatles zStz jzn S. 2 vjotin±(zi “I am not afraid of tomorrow for I’ve seen yesterday and love today.” William Allen White J atzicia c f. “If we begin with certainties, we shall end in doubts, but if we begin with doubts and are patient in them, we shall end in certainties.” Francis Bacon “The gull sees farthest who flys highest. " Jonathan Livingston Seagull zi±±on “Music is to me the perfect expression of the soul.” Anonymous J inAa cA f- Wzztzt i . 30 2 ; ' m% }; V V £ ' “You shall above all things be glad and young. For if you’re young, whatever life you wear It will become you; and if you are glad, Whatever’s living will yourself become.” e.e. cummings 95 It’s the laughter, We will remember, Whenever we remember, The way we were. Photographs and Memories 96 Scattered pictures of the smiles we left behind, Smiles we gave to one another for the way We were. Good morning yesterday You wake up and time has slipped away, and suddenly before you find the memories you left behind. Remember, do you remember the times of your life? . Seniors Second Straight Victory No Wonder the Seniors Won Sophomores Freshmen l UNIVERSAL mk Musictown Festival IV Mounting anticipation . . . and the winner is . . . The Queen and her court: Lola Souza, Musictown Queen ’77- ' 78; Doreen Raposa, Festival Princess; Sharon Van Brunt, Festival Princess; Debra Kokoszka, Miss Congeniality. . . . Lola Souza 104 Tom Eagan Matt Aspden Roger Brisson . .I ' m not gonna look Tom Potter. . . Jean Forrester. . . Senior Music Makers Wheat Kelley. . . Mike Tavares. . . Leslie Cross . . . Mark Goldberg . . . “L wv Mark Watkinson . . . 105 Lola Souza . . . Richard Habib . . . Brenda Lopes . . . Liz Creamer. . . -Oh, My God!” Therese Dionne . . . Michelle Parent. . .inExcelsis. . . Karen Kenyon . . . “Gloria”. . . 106 Donna King . . . Lorene Pyatt. . . Stan Gold . . . “Deo” Maria Alvarez . . . Karen DeMoura . . . “I didn’t do it.” Stephanie Means . . . L Anita Bilodeau . . . Judy Sieczkowski. . . Colleen Murphy . . . Paula Quental. . . Paul Ouellette . . . Mary Gabriel. . . Ken McNulty . . . Karen Rosenberg . . . Lisa Forczyk. . . " cheeese” Tom Hart. . . 107 Paula Amaral i Donna Gabriel. . . Jane Perry . . . “Ten-hut! " First Row: Michelle Ferreira, Tricia Zygiel, Betty Flanagan, Mary Ellen Mahoney. Second Row: Jane Perry, Leslie Cross, Jody Ascroft, Jean Forrester, Julie Wolstenholme, Stephanie Means, Ellen Cuttle, Kerri Magan, Jackie Emard. Third Row: Judy Sieczkowski, Lori Benevides, Liz Amaral, Pat Riley, Liz Soares, Betsey Kozak. Fourth Row: Pam Harrison, Donna King, Mary Gabriel, Donna Robidoux, Colleen Murphy, Karen Rosenberg, Richard Habib, Lorene Pyatt, Donna Gabriel, Paula Quental. Fifth Row: Mike Tavares, Ken McNulty, Paul Ouellette, Roger Brisson, Liz Creamer, Wheat Kelley, Lisa Forczyk, Mark Goldberg, Karen Kenyon, Therese Dionne. Pam Harrison . . . ' y Gunners Laurie Jane Guerrettaz, Donna Parent, Judy Sieczkowski (head), Cindy Tes- sier, Theresa Sieczkowski. Color Guard First Row: Kerri Magan, Leslie Cross, Jody Ascroft, Brenda Lopes (head), Jean Forrester (assistant head), Julie Wolstenholme, Stephanie Means, Ellen Cuttle. Second Row: Sue Daley, Melissa Carter, Beth Robinson, Debbie Tavares, Anne Demers, Marybeth Keyes, Barbara Couta, Jennifer Cor¬ coran, Judy Oliveira, Evelyn Falandys, JoAnne Costa, Liz Aspden, Beth Kublin. 109 Brenda Arruda, Debbie Rapoza, Robin Pobzoznik, Jackie Emard (co-head), Pauline Francoeur, Sue Oliveira, Jane Perry (head), Leah Rebello. Flag Twirlers Lori Benevides (head), Pat Riley, Liz Foley, Betsy Kozak, Liz Soares, Tricia Quinn, Liz Amaral. BRASSES: First Row: Rosalyn Gold, Brenda Smith, Sheryl Means, Rebecca Greenberg, Russell Hebert, Marge Chebot, James Paradis, Ann Marie Proulx, Lisa Forczyk, Sandy Alvarez. Second Row: Geri Potter, Diana Gendron, Troy Mitchell, Clifton Trask, Kevin Medeiros, Paul Thibault, Bruce Botelho, Paul Chichlowski, Mark Ferreira, Mark Goldberg, Mark Richards, Paul Magan, Paul Ouellette, Rosemarie Forczyk. Third Row: Wheat Kelley, Judi Quinn, Kathy Sullivan, David Ray, Scott Sylvia, Arthur Grimes, Robert Roy, Ken McNulty, Phillip Warren, Mike Costa. REED INSTRUMENTS: First Row: Theresa Viveiros, Andrea Reback, Celeste Brisboise, JoAnn Gondela, Donna Joynt, Michelle Robideaux, Mary Gabriel, Carla Schindelwig, Andy Santos, David Rodriques, Robert Costa. Second Row: Doug Bower, Gary Wolfe, Martha Gladeau, Roger Lemelin, Karen Rosenberg (Vice Presi¬ dent), Richard Habib (President), Marie Mulensky, Judi Cavanaugh, Elizabeth Creamer, Joan Clark, Leslie Perry, Kim Saraiva, Susan Escobar, Karlene Kenyon, Robert Silvia. Third Row: Doug Amarelo, Gerard Goyette, Sandy Lopes, Jean Bilodeau, Edward Ready, Mary Hill, Beth Lockett, Robert Ready, Susan Lopes, Joce¬ lyn LeMaire, Marlene Martin, Jordan Medeiros, Paul Ouellette, Roger Brisson. FLUTES: First Row: Gina Caron, Colleen Brogan, Lisa Carr, Paula Quental, Donna Gabriel (Librarian), Colleen Murphy, Donna Robidoux, Diane Lebel, Karen Crossley. Second Row: Toni-Ann Amaral, Cindy Sieczkowski, Ann Sullivan, Doreen Raposa, MaryBeth Rua, Liz Palmer, Roberta Kress, Sharon Van Brunt, Patricia Waring, Lisa Macomber. Missing: Leanne Sinclair (Secretary). r r SB jHt; JEW?. PERCUSSION: First Row: Therese Dionne, Mark Brisson, Lorene Pyatt, Kim Dyl, Marcella Santos, Pam Harrison, Chris Oliveira, Debbie Kokoszka, Karen Kenyon. Second Row: Mark McGill, Beth Marcille, Chris Forczyk, Mike Tavares, John Costa, Patti Gagne, Chris Guay. Third Row: Karen Rousseau, Donna King, Lynn Sos- noskie, Linda Lemelin, Corinne St. Denis, Edward Pontes, Marcus Dyl, Karen Rocheforto, Marion Mitchell. Chamber Players First Row: Lola Souza (concertmistress, president), Mark McGill (vice president), Karen Rousseau, Nancy Gray, John Reinhagen, Debbie Churn, Nancy Galib, Geri Potter. Second Row: Audrey Amaral, Karen Crossley, Lisa Coroa, Joyce Robidoux, Sue Bernardo, Kim Saraiva, Renee Cardinal, Denise Levesque, Chris Mulroo- ney, Bonnie Fisher, Mrs. Jill Winter (conductor), Dana Bogle. Show Group Center: Mr. Kiah O’Brien III (Director). Left to Right: Leslie Cross, Andy Santos, Pauline Lavoie, Mark Goldberg, Michelle Parent, David Still, Kar- lene Kenyon, Mike L’Heureux, Anne Demers, Eric Gold, Geri Potter, Mike Tavares, Richard Habib, Avery Brannaka, Russell Hebert, Marybeth Keyes, Matt Aspden (president), Therese Dionne, Stan Gold, Liz Aspden, Chris Forczyk, Lisa Coroa, Craig Watkinson, Liz Creamer. Jazz Band First Row: Scott Silvia, Nancy Galib, Colleen Murphy, Tom Hart, Sue Lopes, John Lockett, Roger Brisson (president), Doug Bower, James Paradies, Lisa Forczyk, Paula Amaral. Second Row: Donna Parent, Ken Volcjak, Mike Costa, Judy Quinn, Robert Roy, Wheat Kelley, David Ray, Therese Dionne, Mr. Robert Perry (Direc¬ tor). Third Row: Eddie Pontes, Mike Tavares, Dana Bogle, Paul Thibault, Bruce Botelho, Mark Ferriera, Paul Chichlowski. I Jazz Chorale First Row: Ken McNulty, Rosemarie Forczyk, Maria Alvarez, Mark Goldberg, Lisa Forczyk. Second Row: Mr. Bruce Maggs (Director), Leslie Cross, Mike Raposo, Michelle Parent (president), Stephanie Means, David Still. Third Row: Mark Watkinson, Anne Demers, Stan Gold, Chris Forczyk, Sue Esco¬ bar, Karen Kenyon. Symphonic Band Concert Choir First Row: Geri Potter, Bert Proulx, Melissa Carter, Barry Ferris, Mike Raposo, Karen DeMoura, Craig Watkinson, Sharon Foster, Andy Santos. Second Row: Mr. Bruce Maggs (Director), Russ Hebert, Sue Escobar, Chris Mulrooney, Chris Oliveira, Donna Shea, Chris Forczyk, Lorene Pyatt, Diane King. Third Row: Leslie Cross, Jane Perry, Therese Dionne, Karen Kenyon, Anne Demers, Stan Gold (president), Lisa Forczyk, Michelle Parent, Rose¬ marie Forczyk. Fourth Row: Mark Goldberg, Ste¬ phanie Means, Ken McNulty, Mark Watkinson, Dave Still, Rick Habib, Brenda Lopes, Marybeth Keyes, Leanne Sinclair. 113 Men’s Chorus Front Center: Mr. Kiah O’Brien III (Director). First Row: Chris Forczyk, Barry Ferris, Chris Mulrooney, Craig Watkinson, Bert Proulx, Paul Ouellette, David Still. Second Row: Andy Santos, Mark Goldberg, Stan Gold, Michael Raposo, Bruce Simbro, Ken McNulty. Third Row: Doug Bowers, Phillip Warren, Russell Hebert, Mark Watkinson. Fourth Row: Tim Wood, Mike L’Heureux, Tom Potter. Fifth Row: Richard Habib, Mike Tavares. Concert Band ———— Women’s Chorus First Row: Mr. Bruce Maggs (Director), Sandy Alva¬ rez, Pat Desrosier, Lisa Maddix, Anita Bilodeau, Debbie Corriea , Karlene Kenyon, Doreen Rapoza. Second Row: Denise Levesque, Debbie Kokoszka, Marlene Martin, Donna King, Maria Alvarez, Karen DeMoura, Lorene Pyatt, Lola Souza. Third Row: Melissa Carter, Carol Hamilton, Sharon Foster, Joann DeVido, Diane King, Chris Oliveira, Marcella Santos, Carla Schindelwig, Sue Dailey. Fourth Row: Leslie Cross (president), Jane Perry, Anne Demers, Donna Shea, Beth Correira, Michelle Parent, Ste¬ phanie Means, Karen Kenyon, Brenda Lopes, Pam Harrison. Blue Raider Marching Band Chorus First Row: Sandy Alvarez, Karen Rousseau, Karen Crossley, Pat Desrosiers, Diane May¬ nard, Debbie Parent, Kathy Silva, Susan Therrier, Melissa Carter, Mike L’Heureux, Chris Mulrooney, Barry Ferris, Bert Proulx, Craig Watkinson, Marybeth Rapoza, Karen Horton, Karlene Kenyon, Dorene Rapoza, Mr. Bruce Maggs (Director). Second Row: Marlene Martin, Leslie Cross, Kathy Arm¬ strong, Donna King, Maria Alvarez, Linda Medeiros, Sue Escobar, Cindy Tessier, Maura Murphy, Mike Raposo, Chris Forczyk, Rosemarie Forczyk, Karen Kenyon, Karen DeMoura, Lorene Pyatt, Pauline Lavoie, iherese Dionne, Anita Bilodeau. Third Row: Debbie Fortin, Carol Hamilton, Sharon Fos¬ ter, Joanne DeVido, Elaine Oliveira, Rachel Parent, Louise Silva, Diane King, Tim Wood, Stan Gold (President), Chris Oliveira, Mar¬ cella Santos, Carla Schindelwig, Sue Dailey, Lola Souza, Pam Harrison, Sue Dubois. Fourth Row: Debbie Kokoszka, Debbie Tavares, Jane Perry, Donna Shea, Michelle Parent, Stephanie Means, Anne Demers, Mark Goldberg, Ken McNulty, Phillip War¬ ren, Mark Watkinson, Dave Still, Brenda Lopes, Ellen Roderiques, Marybeth Keyes, Lisa Forczyk, Mary Hill. Orchestra Student Council First Row: Barbara Wong, Kathy Silvia, Delores Soares, Patricia Marshall, Barbara Messier, Kar- lene Kenyon. Second Row: Steven Berg, Lenny Camara, Ann Marciarille, Marcy Smith, Ann Ward, Jacqui O’Neil, Paula Castonguay, Eric Gold, Leah Rebello, Mr. Edward Ward, Advisor. Third Row: Mike Bedard, Steve Heroux, Sheila Corcoran, John Botelho, Ed Gelles, Lisa Ginalski, Jim Slaby, Sue Rioux, Peter Mello, Jim Wood, Sue Sullivan, Ellen Cuttle. Senior Class Officers Student Advisory Committee Steve Heroux, John Botelho, Sheila Corcoran, Mike Bedard, Ed Gelles. Bottom Row: Elizabeth Saab, Jim Wood, Peter Mello, Sue Sullivan, Aaron Chavenson, Sheila Cor¬ coran. Upper Left: Ellen Cuttle, Terry Holland, Mau¬ reen Rosa, Julie Wolstenholme, Mr. Edward Ward, Advisor. Freshman Class Officers First Row: Suzanne Morgan, Jim Medeiros, Barbara Messier, Jane Belanger. Second Row: Patricia Mar¬ shall, Kathy Silvia, Delores Soares, Karlene Kenyon. Third Row: Miss Maryjane Sullivan, advisor, Christine Mello. Junior Class Officers First Row: Mr. John Silvia, advisor, Lisa Thibault, Leah Rebello, Lori Benardo. Second Row: Kathy Grimes, Paula Castonguay, Lisa Almeida, Frank Novo. Third Row: Alice Donahue, Eric Gold, Kevin Trainor. Library Aides First Row: Lisa Torres, Barry Ferris, Brenda Almeida, Carol Hamilton. Second Row: Wendy Swain, Cindy Maurico, Diane Ferreira, Isara Car¬ valho, Karen Roberts. Third Row: Sharon Cordeiro, Joanne Charon, Christine Mello, Mrs. Jean Mitchell advisor, Patti O’Neil, Lori Freeman, Bill Brayton. First Row: Susan Violette, James Paradise, Kathy Silvia, Susan Dubois, Douglas Amarelo. Second Row: Rosalyn Gold, Nancy Gray, Debbie Chichlow- ski, Jim Slaby, Lola Souza, Scott Ramsden. Third Row: Steve Mick, Mr. Gerald St. Armand, Michael Bedard, John Botelho, Eddie Gelles, Eric Gold. Math Team Chess Team Mr. David Pereira, Ehud Kleinberger, Eric Denison, Susan Violette, Steve Mick, Nick Molloy. First Row: Jane Belanger, Suzanne Morgan, Delores Soares. Second Row: Donald Olivier, Mary Mullen, Mark Goldberg, assistant editor, Stephanie Elias, editor, Pamela Harrison assistant editor, Susan Violette. Third Row: Patricia Marshall, Dawn Cook, Pat Bousquet, Lynne Rego, Lola Souza, Scott Ramsden, Michelle Beaulieu, Lois Morin, Alice Donahue, Holly Ginalski, Mr. Robert Tavares advi¬ sor. i Business Co-op Janet Raposa, Elizabeth Soares, Betsy Kozak, Pat Borden, Sue Gauthier, Anne LaGasse, Linda Fer¬ reira. Co-op First Row: Dawn Rushton, Donna Correira, Pamela De Cambra, Paul Fillion, Robert Stowell, Gerald Clairmont, Raymond Robitaille, Keith Emard. Second Row: Rebecca Makuch, Renee Legault, Donna Borges, Kevin Rebello, Jeffrey Waite, Judith Ferreira, Cherie Silvia, Joyce Cordeiro, Michael Bergeron, Mark Castonguay. Third Row: Mr. LaFleur, Mr. Taylor, Deborah Carvalho, Patricia Marshall, Nancy Bowker, Charles Faria, Michael Russell, Bruce Correia, Brian Felag, John Duc- los, Mark Nickerson, John Souza, Scott Oliver, Mr. Rothwell, Mr. Corcoran. Education Mr. ' Richard Tetlebaum, Karen Tessier, Denise Par¬ ent, Jean Souza, Peter Paquette, Pat Wilkens, Donna Rego, Jim Winters, Donna Hussey, Nancy Durfee, Scott Oliver. Distributive tn Sophomore Class Officers Bottom Row: Lenny Camara, Steven Berg, Richard Alpert, Sabre Mellen. Top Row: Miss Patricia Medeiros, Marci Smith, Jeff Haggerty, Ann Ward, Judy Cote, Jacqui O’Ne il. Audio-Visual Aides First Row: James Pavao, Tony Oliveira, Ed Soares, Robert Forczyk. Second Row: Ron Francoeur, George Nunes, Kevin Mannes, Joseph Pavao, Mrs. Maureen Donahue, Advisor S.A.E. First Row: Robin Cook, Scott Silvia, Sue Rioux, Ste¬ phanie Elias, Rosanne Rogers, Barbara Coutu, Stepanie Means. Second Row: Christine Oliveira, Joan Clark, Pat Bousquette, Diane Ferron, Michelle Beaulieu, Pamela Harrison, Susan Violette, Karen DeMoura, Nancy Galib, Miss Elizabeth Souza, Advi¬ sor. .jmL, “Rockbound” directed by: Kiah O’Brien III Tim.Richard Habib Pearl.Carolyn Sousa Cal.Russell Hebert Gramps .David Azevedo “It’s Easy to Win” directed by: Sharon Hamlen Debbie Duncan .Susan Dubois Nancy Duncan .Lynne Rego Keith Th omas.Mark Watkinson Dennis Thomas . . .Craig Watkinson Mrs. Duncan.Carol Hamilton £ff you think you ait beaten you axt., Uf you think you dale not, you don ' t. Uf you d Cikt to win, hut think you can t, Ut ' s almost a cinch you won t. Df you think you ' ll Cose, you it lost, 3ox out in tht woxhd wt find Success btyins with tht fellow ' s will; Ut ' s all in tht state of mind. Jlife ' s battles don ' t a lway s yo Uo tht stxonyex ox fastzx man; !But toon ox Catt tht man who wins is tht one who thinks ht can. 122 1977-78 Cheerleaders Front Row: Michelle Ferreira, Denise Roberge, Second Row: Cindy Gronbeck, Head Cheerleader, Betty Flanagan, Lisa Thobault. Third Row: Margie Schwartz, Mary Ellen Mahoney, Tricia Zygeil, Debbie Lopes. 1977-1978 Pep Squad First Row: Lois Rego, Paula Castonguay, Sue Benetti, Kim Kinson. Second Row: Jackie O’Neil, Chris Zwolinski, Becky Carr, Kathy Furze. Third Row: Shelly Michaud, Sandy Veloza, Kyle Pickering, Janine LeCompte, Liz Castro. 124 Football 77 Front Row: Trainer, Mike Pomerleau, Bob Trainor, Steven Sherman, Brad Sullivan, Pat Mathews, Tri-Captains, Terry Holland, Dave Pereira, and Manny Car¬ valho, Ken Levesque, Bob Murphy, Gary Aldrich. Second Row: Marcel Gadbois, Jim Judge, Nick Molloy, Jim LeCompte, Peter Whalen, Andre Carvalho, Steve Carreiro, Mark Langfield, Charles Phillips, Jeff Cote, Tom Lackey. Third Row: Coach John Soares, Coach John Azevedo, Frank Sullivan, Mark Marchand, Greg Gagne, Jeff Hertz, Randy Cordeiro, Joe Venafra, Mike Heroux, Billy Sullivan, John Oliveira, Billy Talbot, George Laing, John Lopes, Coach Robert Taveres, Head Coach Ed Winslow. Fourth Row: Pat Shea, Kevin Trainor, Tom Forand, Pat Mcgee, Rick Stafford, Tom Williams, Bob Whitney, Chris Sowden, Fred Nasiff, John Dunne, John Souza. 1 26 TRI-CAPTAINS: David Pereira, Manny Carvalho, and Terry Holland. The 1977-1978 football team led by Tri-Captains, Dave Per- reira, Manny Carvalho, and Terrence Holland finished the season with a respectable record of 4 wins, 3 losses and 2 ties. This years team was again dominated by defense with 4 shutouts and a skimpy average of just 9 points per game. The offense led by junior quarterback Rick Stafford, who added a second dimension with fine passing, made excellent showing in all the seasons games. Somerset, as last year, made a fine contribution to the Divi¬ sion Two all-conference all-star team with Joe Venafra, Mike Heroux, Ken Levesque, Andre Carvalho, Manny Carvalho and Bob Trainor all being named to the team. The graduating Seniors leave Somerset with the feeling that they have helped better themselves, instill a winning atti¬ tude, and prove to themselves that as a team they are sec¬ ond to none in hard work, desire and discipline. Seniors First Row: Trainer, Mike Pomerleau, Brad Sulli¬ van, Pat Mathews, Terry Holland, Dave Pereira, Manny Carvalho, Ken Levesque, Bob Murphy. Second Row: Nick Molloy, Jim LeCompte, Peter Whalen, Andre Carvalho, Steve Carreiro, Mark Langfield, Charles Phillips, Jeff Cote, Tom Lackey. Third Row: Coach John Soares, Coach John Azevedo, Bob Trainor, Joe Venafra, Randy Cordeiro, Frank Sullivan, Mike Heroux, Gary Aldrich, John Souza, Marcel Gadbois, Steven Sherman, Coach Robert Taveres, Head Coach Ed Winslow. Offense First Row: Gary Aldrich, Dave Pereira, Andre Car¬ valho, Terry Holland, Ken Levesque, Frank Sullivan. Second Row: John Oliveira, Pat Mathews, Greg Gagne, Rick Stafford, Mark Langfield, Manny Car¬ valho, Peter Whalen. Defense First Row: Terry Holland, Joe Venafra, Jim Judge, John Lopes, Mike Heroux. Second Row: Jim Lecompte, Steven Sherman, Nick Molloy, Jeff Hertz, Bob Trainor, Manny Carvalho, Brad Sullivan. 127 Season’s Record Varsity 4 Wins — Junior 7 Wins — Volleyball The 1977-1978 Girl’s Volleyball Team led by senior co-cap¬ tains Nancy Lafleur and Maureen Rosa finished the season with a record of 4 wins and 6 losses. The year was a building year with only 3 seniors but what was lost in skill was made up in enthusiasm. Senior Co-Captain Nancy Lafleur was named to her second consecutive all-star team. Other fine performances were put in by co-captain Maureen Rosa, Kim Lyne, Cheryl Freitas, and Deidre Ironfield. The junior varsity comprised of freshmen and sophomores finished with a very fine record of 7 wins and 3 losses, so that just bright things appear in the future for girls volleyball a t Somerset High. First Row: Cheryl Freitas, JoAnn Rebello, Kim Lyne, Co-Captain Nancy Lafleur, Co-Captain Maureen Rosa, Deidre Ironfield, Wendi Mills. Second Row: Nancy Pavao, Diane Raposa, Denise Fernamdes, Pat Roy, Dawn Antone, Betsy Duffy, Kim Gagne. Third Row: Head Coach Kathy Goodwin, Debbie Antone, Debbie Hol¬ den, Beth Gellerman, Denise Proulx. 130 % r- I || ' v: " • ' p I ■ :: ' ' . ®J Dual Meet Record 5 Victories — 2 Losses S 24 Coyle-Cassidy 35 17 Dighton-Rehoboth 46 22 Seekonk 33 21 Diman 36 37 Taunton 20 29 Attelboro 28 21 Feehan 34 Cross Country This year’s Richard Bernardo led Cross-Country team finished with a dual meet record of 5 wins and 2 losses but, this does not tell the full story of this fine team. The boys led by Seniors Eric Gartner and Gerry Harris, were extremely competative in the meets and the entire boys team should be highly praised. The other standouts for “The Big Blue Machine” were Bill Robitaille, Paul Gartner, Brendan McNally, Dave Gauthier and the Gallant brothers Glenn and Jerry. A remarkable girls ' team led by Michelle Lussier and freshman Marilyn Fernandes, finished an extremely excellent fifth place in the state. The girls being a very young team found that what was lost in experience was made up in enthusiasm, hard work, and much discipline. Knowing what Coach Bernardo has done in the past for Cross Country we should expect great results from “The Big Blue Machine.” Bottom Row: David Gauthier, Brendan Mcnally, Glenn Gallant, Gerry Gallant, Ed Kortas, Kevin Sow- den. Second Row: Jackie Boudreau, Jeanie Hoyle, Jane Bence, Michelle Lussier, Theresa Populow- ski, Brenda Almeida, Kim Wilson, Carrie Griffin, Marylin Fernandes. Third Row: Carolyn Corrigan, Paul Gartner, Eric Gartner, Gerry Harris, Tom Sullivan, Bill Robataille, Lori Bernardo, Coach Rich¬ ard Bernardo. s 0 2 5 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 1 7 1 0 Field Hockey 10 Wins — 2 Losses 3 Ties Stang Westport Fairhaven Dartmouth New Bedford Attleboro Stang Westport Dartmouth New Bedford Case Fairhaven Hanover Franklin 0 3 0 0 1 2 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 State Tournament State Tournament, loss on corners in double overtime. Field Hockey The 1977-1978 Field Hockey team coached by Mrs. Kathy Milan and Miss Ronnie Nobrega, completed another suc¬ cessful season. Under the leadership of this year’s tri-cap¬ tains, Betty Flanagan, Pam Quinn, and Sue Messier, the var¬ sity squad finished the year with an impressive record of 10 wins, 2 losses, and 3 ties. With this outstanding showing, the Raiderettes were able to participate in the Southeastern Massachusettes State Field Hockey Tournament for the fourth consecutive year. The team advanced to the semi¬ finals only to be defeated on corners in double overtime. Congratulations are in order for this year’s fine team. Their determined efforts have certainly paid off. The students on this year’s team are not only a credit to themselves, but also to their school. First Row: Becky Cody, Paula Messier, Carol Colbert, Betty Flanagan, Pam Quinn, Sue Messier, Liz Mello, Mary Ellen Langfield, Gail Ward. Second Row: Mel issa Sowden, Lisa Blais, Sharon Aldrich, Nancy Gendreau, Kathy Phillips, Marcy Schneider, Allison Johnson, Sheila Rousseau, Steve Heroux, Sue Thibault. Third Row:Coach Kathy Millan, Ann Hussey, Sue Thibault, Robin Allard, Lisa Hebert, Patty Mullins, Kara Prazner, Martha Ward, Lisa Van Brant Mary Lib Barrar, Abby Cabral, Tracy McNally, Sue Morgan, Cheryl Mullin. - A. -• rv JS yzs ' 5? ‘ 5 , n i • ' ' V " . - .. ' ' ■ k » V«r 5r. - , " ■ ' . H,’-■ S4 ' • ' ■ . • Soccer 7 Wins — 3 Losses 2 Ties 5 1 Diman 1 6 Holy Family 1 2 Old Rochester 1 7 New Bedford Voke 1 5 Connolly 0 8 Stang 1 0 Dartmouth 1 0 Attleboro 3 1 Dartmouth 0 2 Old Rochester 0 7 New Bedford Voke 0 11 Holy Family 0 3 Connolly 0 6 Stang 1 2 Attleboro 2 0 Medfield 2 State Tournament Soccer The Somerset High Soccer team finished its fourth season with a very successful record of 11 wins 2 losses and 1 tie and a second place finish in division two. The team qualified for the annual state tournament and lost to a much stronger Medfield by the score of just 2 to 0. Coach Whitney Horton was extremely pleased with the growth of the team in both skill and teamsmanship. The team was led by senior cap¬ tains Udy Klienburger, Rich Fonseca and Keith Cucinotta. Kleinburger along with goaltender extraordinaire Ken Cord- erio and Cucinotta were selected to the conference all-star team. Somerset out-scored their opponents by a wide mar¬ gin of 51 for to just 13 against and this could be attributed to the high powered offense and extremely tough defense led by goaltender Cordeiro. The one highlight of the season aside from making the state tourney, would have to be the tie game against division lead¬ ing Attleboro. The League Commissioner who witnessed the game said it was the best game he had seen throughout the entire season. Good luck to Coach Horton and his future teams. First Row: Chris Banford, Roy Oliveria, Bill Lapointe, Keith Cucinotta, Richard Fonseca, Udy Kleinburger, Brad Morse, Kevin Cabral, Danny Shea, Dave Berube, Ken Cordeiro. Second Row: Coach Whitney Horton, Bob Cross, Dave Ferreira, Steve White, Chris White, Steve Daley, Leonard Terry, Greg Cabral, Stan Senical, Jeff Mello, Billy Lach, Kevin Medeiros, Chris Brough, Louis Collins, Assistant Coach Joe Andrade. 138 Coach Whitney Horton, Seniors, Kevin Cabral, Bill Lapointe, Roy Oliveria, Brad Morse, Dan Shea and Assistant Coach Joe Andrade. Front Row: Keith Cucinotta, Rich Fonseca, and Udy Kleinburger. 139 ’ 4 «R 9 Q t ........ - ■ ,,... ■ S W fi» .ry ,,V ' -- -r. - “•■• - v % M»VjU|.. igP «!? ., »■ - % dgg m .. c mm UiSWfB® gsgsEpi 1 ' ??Ssm 4h » V , - • • .Avi r j . " i- WK _ • ' V . • • Vi : s ®k ’V , S|% K Viw-. ft 5 ' v . •■ . JHk iik v m $ ? C ' mb ' .V ' , v x K-ivST ,... iv. e« •« tS ? - • 17 . vja. 1977-78 Raider Basketball First Row: Kyle Snell, Capt. Mike Borden, Capt. Jeff Ferreira, Walter Palmer, Chris Gendreau. Second Row: Bob Brabant, Billy Malloy, Dan Salmon, Chris Cor¬ reia, Mark Mollo, Billy Sullivan, Coach Ray McDonald. The 1977-78 Somerset Raider basket¬ ball team started the season young and inexperienced. With only three players returning from last year’s squad, the young players had to do hard work this season. The team was also placed in the highly competitive Division I and ended the season with a respectable 6 and 10 conference record and 10 and 10 overall mark. Senior co-captains Mike Borden and Jeff “Dudley” Ferreira were the cement which held the team together throughout the season. Although lack¬ ing in size, the Raiders possessed speed and quickness. Sophomore Chris Correa did a fine job in the pivot despite his frequent height disadvan¬ tage in many contests. Borden and Ferreira gave added board strength. Mike Borden was the team’s leading point getter ending with a seasonal average of 23.1. Mike also reached the 1,000 point plateau with a stellar 34 point performance against arch rival Durfee. Junior Chris Gendreau averaged 10.1 and Jeff Ferreira pulled in a 9. Considerable help was also supplied by Bill Molloy, Kyle Snell, and Dan Salmon. Senior Walt Palmer made his presence known whenever he entered a game. SOM 71 Tiverton 48 71 Case 67 58 Dartmouth 70 67 Attleboro 61 53 Connolly 62 72 Middleboro 52 56 Durfee 71 86 Taunton 67 47 New Bedford 67 59 Barnstable 70 67 Fairhaven 91 60 Attleboro 54 61 Connolly 59 57 Durfee 84 57 Taunton 55 54 Barnstable 60 67 Dartmouth 57 94 Case 59 58 New Bedford 68 60 Fairhaven 70 •■e All in all, 77-78 proved to be a satisfy¬ ing and rewarding season. 141 1977-78 Winter Track First Row: Linda Rowe, Jane Belanger, Sabre Mellen, Paula Messier, Mary Ellen Newton, Marcy Smith, Michelle Lussier, Tricia Quinn, Sue Langlais, Kim Wilson, Susan Rowe, Beth Abaraham. Second Row: Clair Lussier, Chris Chilli, Marilyn Fernandes, Lisa Lavoie, Doris England, Sue Bernardo, Terry Chicholowski, Laura Farnum, Michelle Truver, Kelly Gabriel, Patty Marshall, Denise Proulx, Sue Morgan, Bill Robitaile. Third Row: Coach Sheila Fitzgerald, Brendan McNally, Chris Bonas, Gerry Gallent, Bill Ryan, Dick Guilmete, Tom Sullivan, Bill Driscoll, Peter Langfield, Gary Aldrich, Jim Slaby, Joe McGuinnes, Eric Gartner, Gerry Harris, Chris White, David Banford, and Coach Nick Peachy. This year’s Winter Track team coached by Nick Peachy com¬ pleted the season with a record of 1 win and 6 losses. This record is by no means saying that the team lacks talent. Under terrible conditions (no indoor track thus no home meets and lack of practice area) the team did have some fine individual performances turned in by Senior Co-Captains Eric Gartner and Gerry Harris in the 600, 1000, and mile respectively. Also Chris White, who qualified for the State Finals, did well in the high jump. Most improved player for the Raiders would have to be Gary Aldrich in the shot-put (a first year performer). The Girl’s team headed by coach Sheila Fitzgerald completed a very successful season of 6 wins and no losses. There were many star performers on this year’s squad, starting with the Freshmen they were: Chris Chilli, Sue Morgan, Sue Rowe, Kim Wilson, and Marilyn Fernandes. Sophomore standouts were Sabra Mellen, Paula Messier and Gina Digammino. The Junior stars were Captains Linda Rowe and Beth Abraham along with Michelle Lussier. Finally, the Senior standouts for this year’s team were Captain Clair Lussier, and Betty Salmon. The girls did very well in the state meet with Marilyn Fernandes finishing eighth in the mile, Betty Salmon sixth in the high jump, and the mile relay team finished twelfth. Both the boys’ and girls’ teams overcame adversity throughout the season and finished on a strong note. Nick Peachy and Sheila Fitzgerald should be commended for their fine jobs and best of luck in the coming season. 144 Co-Captain Eric Gartner Co-Captain Gerry Harris The Tri-Captains Clair Lussier Beth Abraham Coach Nick Peachy GILL G LL GIRLS’ BASKETBALL 77-78 VARSITY SHS 0 56 Westport 31 55 Middletown 33 37 Taunton 49 44 Feehan 40 68 Case 24 47 Coyle 34 62 D-R 56 37 Taunton 31 29 Seekonk 44 32 Feehan 37 58 Case 19 34 mpr D H 52 45 Attleboro 35 25 Seekonk 45 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE TEAM AND THEIR COACH, NANCY PAULHUS. FINAL RECORD 11-5 Girls’ Basketball Led by captains Sheila Corcoran and Mary Ellen Langfield, the Raiders finished the season with an impressive 11 and 5 record. Mary Ellen was the team’s leading scorer at 23 points per game. Congratulations are in order for their fine efforts. Their determination and hard work have certainly paid off. Coached by Ted Poroda, the junior varsity had an equally impressive 11 and 5 record. With this young talent waiting in the wings, Somerset should have a very promising future. First Row: Mary Beth MacIntyre, Capt. Sheila Corcoran, Capt. Mary Ellen Langfield, Chris Torpey, Becky Coady. Second Row: Coach Nancy Paulhus, Gail Ward, Debbie Benoit, Cathy Phillips, Dawn Antone, Sue Messier, Carole Colbert. 146 SOMERSET 8 8 7 6 3 6 6 10 6 9 7 7 9 9 1 1 4 1 13 4 8 2 1 5 1 HOCKEY 20 Victories, 5 Defeats East Greenwich Dartmouth Coyle-Cassidy Connolly Seekonk Wareham Dighton-Rehoboth Holbrook New Bedford Connolly New Bedford Attleboro Taunton Case Falmouth Barnstable Durfee New Bedford Attleboro Taunton Seekonk Falmouth Barnstable Durfee Dighton-Rehoboth OPPONENT 3 1 1 4 1 2 1 2 7 5 0 2 0 0 7 3 3 3 3 3 2 1 4 3 2 Hockey The 1977-1978 edition of the Somerset High Hockey team held together by Seniors Ron Marcellus, Kevin Snyder and Russ Lavoie finished the season with a record of 20 wins and 5 losses and narrowly missed making the playoffs with a loss on the final night of the season to a tough Barnstable team 3-1. The team had some excellent individual performances starting with possibly one of the best players in the state and new holder of the State scoring title Senior Captain Ron Marcellus who has 239 career points. Kevin Snyder, another excellent player, was the highest scoring defenseman in the Southeast¬ ern Conference and has 89 career points — a high for defense- men at Somerset. Juniors Rich Stafford and Brian Paskowski become the 3rd and 4th players to go over the 100 point mark for their careers and both are just Juniors. Scott Geary, just a Freshman, took over in mid-season as starting goalie, shunned the pressure and did an exceptional job for the balance of the season. This was the first time in four years that the hockey team failed to make the playoffs and this would have to rank as the major setback of the season. Surely, if Coach Souza is back next sea¬ son the team will be in the thick of the fighting for the State Tournament. First Row: Tom Richardson, Paul Marcellus, Greg Cabral, Russ Lavoie, Manager Mike Taradash, Scott Geary, Jeff Colbert, Tom Przystac, Mike Medeiros, Rod Stafford. Second Row: Brian Paskowski, Mark Kelliher, Wayne Ferreira, Ken Cordeiro, Rich Stafford, Capt. Ron Marcellus, Kevin Snyder, Mike Krawitz and Coach Robert Souza. Missing from photo is Trainer Mike Pomerleau. — Spectator Photo — ■Ml Russ Lavoie Ski Club Mr. Zagorski, Advisor s GIRLS GYMNASTICS O 100.75 Falmouth 69.15 95.65 Dennis-Yarmouth 82.45 97.80 Dighton-Rehobeth 74.30 79.30 Wareham 45.90 96.30 Wareham 45.05 95.70 Falmouth 66.10 94.85 Dennis-Yarmouth 87.45 97.45 Barnstable 86.35 97.60 Barnstable 95.70 Also District champion and Coastal League champion It should be stated that the girls have not lost a con- ference meet since their very first meet of their first year as a team which was in 1974. State Co-Champions Gymnastics After having gone through an undefeated season, the gymnas¬ tics team placed first in a field of thirty teams in the district championship. Although it is a very young team, the girls have shown exceptional enthusiasm and maturity throughout the season, and it is because of these qualities that they prove themselves to be real champions. The team is led by a number of outstanding individuals. Junior captain Judy Cote competed as the all-around girl this season and placed first in the floor exercises, fourth on the parallel bars, eighth on the vault and a fine third all-around in the state meet. Sophomore Nancy Cote finished fifth on the bars and was a strong team member. Sophomore Jane Bence placed seventh in the floor exercises as well as seventh on the balance beam. Freshman Jane Cot§ placed tenth on the bars. A special thanks goes to coaches Bill Barnicoat and Pat Had¬ dad whose dedicated work throughout the season helped to put Somerset gymnastics on top. c °“- Paula Ja " e " " • H 152 Two Outstanding Somerset Athletes Ron Marcellus Massachusett’s All Time Leading Schoolboy Hockey Scorer! Goals 121 Assists 118 Points 239 Mike Borden A Member of the Exclusive 1,000 Point Club 1,147 Career Points 154 Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific adapted from Michener’s Tales of the South Pacific was the highly successful spring presen¬ tation of the Somerset High Music Department on March 2, 4 and 5. Our congratulations go to the director and choreographer Kiah O’Brien, musi¬ cal conductor Robert Perry, musical director Bruce Maggs, technical director Sharon Hamlen, production assistant Phyllis Gitlin, student direc¬ tor Richard Habib and the entire cast, orchestra and crew. The musical’s success was not hind¬ ered by the infamous “blizzard of ’78” as the cast and crew rallied together and managed to overcome the elements for three exceptional per¬ formances. Again, our commendations to every¬ one for their dedication and hard work. Mark Watkinson as Emile de Becque Leslie Cross as Nellie Forbush Matt Aspden as Luther Billis Lisa Forczyk as Bloody Mary Chris Forczyk as Lt. Joseph Cable Jackie Emard as Liat Stanley Gold as Capt. George Brackett 7 - Route 6, G.A.R. Highway Swansea, Massachusetts Best Wishes to the Class of ' 78 SLADE ' S FERRY TRUST Somerset, Mass. MEMBER FDIC SUMS FERRY Ml SOMERSET Your Hometown Bank SLIDES TERRY TRUST CO. ' THE BANK THA T HELPS PEOPLE ' S CONVENIENT LOCATIONS COR COUNTY l SOUTH STS RTE 118 SOMERSET SAANSLA MAIL SAANSE A 54 COUNTY ST i RIVERSIDE AVE. SOMERSET COR LINDEN I LOCUST STS FALL RIVER m ■McDonald ' s I ■ ■ WE DO IT ALL FOR YOU Best Wishes to the Class of ' 78 From iver National Somerset Branch e person you spea Le Comte ' s 500 Wood St. Somerset, Mass. 02726 Somerset Teachers ' Association m+a nea helping teachers teach Fall River And Quincy s . .. 149 SOUTH MAIN STEVE ' S SPORTS DEN 143 Centre St. Middleboro, Mass DODGE-MURPHY STUDIO nior 2979 County St. Somerset, Mass. Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of ' 78 Lincourt Pappas Insurance Agency 296 Buffington St. Somerset, Mass. Mullen Bros. incorporated 254 South Main St. Fall River, Mass. 1313 South Main St. Fall River, Mass. V " We have been happy to help you in your musical endeavors.” 76- 77 Virginia 77- 78 New York 78 Canada Somerset Rac Club f Somerset’s One-stop Service Station COUNTY STREET SERVICE STATION Best Wishes to the Class of ' 78 Somerset Friends of Music O ' Brien Johnson 190 Lorbes Rd. Braintree, Mass. 1857 County St. Somerset, Mass. 672-9648 Bavarian Pretzels Swansea Mall Swansea, Mass. Pennsylvania Dutch Hex Signs Narragansett School of Gymnastics 169 Ocean Grove Ave. Swansea, Mass. e fh . 9 Phoebe ' s Restaurant 1026 County St. Somerset, Mass. 02726 Capaldi Bros. Corporation Washington Hyw., Smithfield, R.l. P.O. Box 5097 Esmond, R.l. 02917 Telephone 401 —231-1350 Asphalt — Aggregate Division 718 G.A.R. Highway Swansea, Mass. 02777 Telephone 61 7—673-5864 • M Compli merits of a Friend Community Cleaner ' s 1049 County St. Somerset, Mass. 02726 Auclair ' s Market Since 1918 Known for Quality Goods and Excellent Meats 172 County St. Somerset, Mass. 02726 M m Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of ’78 Gauth ier Insurance Agency 1313 South Main St. Fall River, Mass. 02724 Ski House Flowers for All Occasions Thomas Tetrault Centre Shoe Store Golf Professional Fall River Country Club Lessons by Appointment 672 9338 All major brands of golf equipment in stock. 1160 County St. Somerset, Mass. Expert shoe repairing. Cheerleader and band shoes sold. 1241 Wilbur Ave. Somerset, Mass. 136 Hood St. Fall River, Mass. n 1 Elaine ' s Flower Shop “Water Front Lodging Overlooking Battleship Cove’’ 537 Riverside Avenue Jet. Routes 6 and 138 Somerset, Massachusetts 02725 Tom and Dreda Crompton 617-678-7665 K-Mart Shopping Ctr. Swansea, Mass. 02777 Ice cream for every occasion. The best is yet to come. Horner Windows Nev-A-Stik Exterior Door Units Interior Door Units Benchmark Doors RIMCO Windows Patio Doors Entrances czSomviid: Carvel of Swansea Horner Millwork m AT„, SHELL Perry Shell Service Station 2317 County St. Somerset, Mass. 02726 1215 G.A.R. Highway Somerset, Mass. 02725 Route 6A Sagamore, Mass. 02561 (617)679-6479 (617)888-4050 Gil Perry — Proprietor 673-8112 Best Wishes to the Class of ’78 Mr. and Mrs Charles N. Sullivan Construction 718 G.A.R. Highway Swansea, Mass. 27 Kay St. Somerset, Mass Somerset Paint Wallpaper Hardware 1119 County St. Somerset, Mass 1004 County St. Somerset, Mass Somerset Credit Union Wilbur ' s Dress Shop 251 S. Main St. Fall River, Mass. Feitelberg ' Insurance Agency 833 County St. Somerset, Mass. 740 County St. Somerset, Mass. Lucky 13 Game Room Harbour Mall Fall River, Mass. Best Wishes to the Class of ’78 Attorney and Mrs. Alan A. Amaral Charves Sons 1804 County St. Somerset, Mass. KUSINITZ INSURANCE AGENCY 17 Second Street i Fall River, Mass. COCHRANE INSURANCE 1162 G.A.R. Highway Somerset, Mass. SWANSEA FOUR THEATER Swansea Mall Swansea, Mass. SCHWARTZ HOME CENTER RIP-OFFS CORPORATION MAGONI’S 100 Slades Ferry Avenue Somerset Plaza, G.A.R. Highway 681 Riverside Ave. Somerset, Mass. Somerset, Mass. Somerset, Mass. PAUL’S PIZZA CHEF MR. and MRS. CHARLES E. DEMERS JACK’S VARIETY Wilbur Avenue Wamsutta Rd. 476 Read St. Somerset, Mass. Somerset, Mass. Somerset, Mass. RIVERSIDE ART SHOP PARK DRUG SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO. 1292 Riverside Avenue Main St. Slades Ferry Ave. Somerset, Mass. Fall River, Mass. Somerset, Mass. WHITE’S D’ARRUDA’S HARDWARE MR. CARL’S State Road, Route 6 1185 Fead St. BARBER SALON North Westport, Mass. Somerset, Mass. 1176 County St. Somerset, Mass. VERA’S HOUSE OF FASHION WEINTRAUB’S SOMERSET TIRE AND SUPPLY County St. 802 Riverside Ave. 109 Hawthorne Rd. Somerset, Mass. Somerset, Mass. Somerset, Mass. FAMOUS PIZZA PAUL HEBERT’S SPECTATOR Somerset Shopping Plaza UNDERGROUND RESTAURANT 780 County St. Somerset, Mass. 937 County St., Somerset, Mass. Somerset, Mass. ANOTHER WORLD SOMERSET PHARMACY ST. ANNE’S CREDIT UNION Somerset Shopping Plaza 1072 County St. 286 Oliver St. Somerset, Mass. Somerset, Mass. Fall River, Mass. SOMERSET SPEED SHOP BURGER KING TRAVIS FURNITURE 1190 G.A.R. Highway 883 G.A.R. Highway Ferry St. Somerset, Mass. Somerset, Mass. Fall River, Mass. 172 Venus de Milo Restaurant 75 G.A.R. Highway Swansea, Mass. BEST WISHES to the Class of 1978 From 11 n 9 ii Beginnings The School Store . . . and Now, Those Who EDITORS: Leslie Cross and Jane Perry. SENIOR SECTION: Betty Viveiros and Linda Ouellette. YEARBOOK STAFF: Leslie Cross, Jane Perry, Sue Sullivan, Linda Ouellette, Betty Viveiros, Aaron Chavenson. Second Row: Cheryl Pacheco, Ann Marciarelli, Lola Souza, Richard Habib, Terry Holland, Betty Flanagan. Third Row: Richard LaMothe, advisor, Jeff Ferreira, Russ Lavoie, Dean Chouinard, Nick Malloy, and Ellen Cuttle. 174 Made It All Possible SPORTS STAFF: Jeff Ferreira, Russ Lavoie, Aaron Chavenson, Sue Sullivan, Ellen Cuttle, Terry Holland, Moe, Larry, Curly and Betty Flanagan. PHOTOGRAPHERS: Dean Chouinard and Nick Molloy. MUSIC SECTION: Richard Habib, Lola Souza, and Ann Marciarelli. 175


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