Stevens High School - Red and Black Yearbook (Claremont, NH)

 - Class of 1979

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Always stressing the fact that the student is number one in importance, Mr. Paquette finds that this action is a part of the mutual respect. Although he has been teaching at Stevens for thirty one years, his classes are still as exciting and as fresh as those of an anxious young college graduate. With Mr. Paquette's philosophy of "You never concentrate on the negative," every student feels confident enough to contribute to an intense dis- cussion during class. The students love Mr. Paquette as much as he loves them and will truly miss him after he retires at the end of this school year. "There is not a youngster I dislike or even feel irked by. I've never been sorry I came to Stevens. I've had a very fortunate life." 'wg 1? 55 1. J, 4 Y kg 2 'if I 5 fa A M i X John Bennett if 54 X, Q-6 xxx 3 K mg I Nathan Ainsworth l t.tQ Q 7 Q- fi ' , J William C. Armstrong Ronda Baril xx rm SEN Maurice Blanchard Marilyn Blight Dennis Bolduc N'- Chris Bottinger I Lauren Bowen Joseph Bowen fi J. 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Dubreuil, K. Fay, M. Dennis, A. Com- og Second row-M. Descoteau, L. Devenger, K. Donahue, K. eillyg Third row-T. Dow, R. Crawford, H. Dorr, M. Curtis, . Decoteau. irst row-J. Cotrupi, S. Dole, L. Davis, A. Cutts, W. Cuttsg econd row-T. Decker, J. Early, S. Devoyd, M. Day, T. De- chaineg Third row-T. Contois, S. Colpas, M. Downing, D. ombs, D. Cook. mv 5 ,Eirst row-C. Brown, Q.Carrier i QQT5 'ff 1. . ..fQJf"""""""" ,, First row-R. Lane, K. Hutcheon, A. Lavoie, M. Lemieux, Second row-J. Laroche, U. Malapolska, J. Larnoureux, Third row-M. Johnson, D. Hurlburt, K. Jones, K. Lafont, C. Irish. First row-L. Goss, P. Gagne, K. Hawes, S. Gutierrez, G. Ha bets, Second row-D. Gogin, R. Hall, M. Ferland, D. Gardini B. West, Third row-T. Feriand, M. Fay, S. Haines, P. Holmes T. Ford. First row-S. Magnuson, L. Martel, D. Mercier, A. Madeja, C. O'DeII, L. Marcotteg Second row-L. Love, K. Mack, T. Marcotte, M. Martin, S. Mongeong Third row-K. Morse, K. Orvis, R. Lundgren, J. Marro, T. Nightingale. First row-B. Greco man, K. O'Shea, R. 1, B. Fisch- Third row-R. M. Gagne, R. First row-Q. On, S. O'Hara, C. Mongeon, J. Lumbra, L. Mur- rayg Second row-R. Lernieux, R. Menard, R. Lord, J. Morin A. Minklerg Third row-F. Montefusco, C. Micnalenoick, D Moore, M. Mossey, M. Michalenoick. First row-L. Stillson, M. Collette, M. Ruetz, S. Rouillard, B Simpson, D. Simoneaug Second row-D. Searles, J. Tebo S. Stocker, B. Templeton, D. Smith, Third row-J. Swan, R Russell, K. Routhier, R. Swenson, C. Simoneau. .,.,.ov-" ...av DWDM' ff,fl5'.7f ' if., ... ,- i,.. " v First row-M. Phillips, M. Poirier, E. Pond, J. Pederson, K Patch, Second row-D. Prever, J. Raney, J. Ransom, R. Rey nolds, D. Rivardg Third row-J. Plante, S. Plante, L. Parkin son, L. Peaslee, D. Parry. irst row-R. Hoisington, W. Ziske, G. Peave, F. Wagner, econd row-B. Trombley, J. Whitham, D. Tice, E. Veilleuxg hird row-C. Wilson, S. Wagner, J. Brown, D. Wheeler, M. ilt First row-T. Simino, K. Soucy, T. Tebo, C. Scala, Second row-L. Stephens, A. Spahr, D. Serem, K. Spaulding, B. Rus- sell, Third row-E. Templeton, R. St. Sauveur, W. Steenber- gen, T. Stammers, E. Sicard. l Front Row-B. Parenti, T. Lemere, M. Houlinan, V. Stark, K. Duplissie, D. Greenwood, Top Row-K. Maki, D. Ryea, P. Berrio, B. Stearns, N. LeBlanc, T. Parkinson. X? 371 " 5 Front Row-N. Rocker, T. Stillson, E. LaVertue, T. Johnson, B. Brown, Back Row-D. Baird, D. Huriburt, K. Howe, Laurie Turns, C. Bailey. ' at V .bei ..., r Mary Houhhan Elanrme Burbee Vice Pres urrows Secretary -, Pres Pam ecker Treasurer MN. WWW a""6-n-... fmwfn-' Jeff .mis ""'1Y" K' E 145 :uf WWYRQHHIIK .fuk 5, NS, MM A- A.. D. Malapolska, J. Babineau, M. Bonneville, C. Bou- chard, J. Bass, L. Blanchard, C. Bemis, B. Bechok, A. Boisclair, R. Boone. E. Barden, C. Young, D. Basso, R. Tucker, G. Bailey, C Blish, Q. Boutwell, L. Avery, T. Bailey, N. Dale, M. Agan. 1 R. Ber- i T- A. S. front: J. Cumberson, J. Collette, J. Currier, G. Dan sereau, G. Caplan, Elaine Burbee, D. Cressrnan, G. Bur nam, D. Davis, M. Burbee. :rontz M. Chamberlain, M. Rousseau, D. Clough, P ondon, M. Breen, J. Dalton, J. Zweeres, C. Charest, B runnel, M. Buckrnan, B. Paris. Front: M. Ferland, T. Frederick, L. Kawoski, S. Duplessis C. Ferlandg Back: D. Dion, A. Emmanuel, L. Duplessis K. Desmarais, S. Elliott, K. Farmer. Front: J. Dunaman, R. Descnaine, M. Gaderg Middle: B Davis, M. Eberhardt, E. Fowler, S. Delano, Back: K Fletcher, J. Decateau, B. Dupont, G. Desnarnais. Back Row: M. Rousseau, B. St. Aubin, J. Smith, J. Stoughton, D. St. Sauveur, A. Rousseau, T. Root, M. Simpson, S. Rouillard, R. Slack. Front Row: W. Spaulding, S. Stockwell, T. Stillson, J. St. Pierre, S. Smith, N. Rodri- guez, K. Stone, S. Schneider. Back Row: J. Peavy, A. Reed, D. Peasley, R. Perry, D. Pearson, P. Rainey, G. Parrot. Third Row: P. Perron, R. Nelson. Second Row: M. Nunn, L. Reynolds. Front Row: D. Poirier. Q . Lordf u v i 'D 7MiIIer -fl. Il Q uri swf o S He emmin wa r id X a D Hensl tRow J-1 v e T Hay,e D Johm 4? NX-. 15-"K XT' R' Back Row: B. Rogers, M. Gedney, C. Honney, A. Gavin D. Gill, M. Grayson, L. Hause, T. Hanks. Third Row:L Johnson, D. Habets, L. Johnson. Second Row: C. Han- son, C. Herd. Front Row: M. Girard. .., I ,,,,, I ,N Q.. Back Row: J. Lancaster. Third Row: S. Langlois, B. La Bounty, S. Klunger, Second Row: M. LaPlante, R. Lewko, N. Laplante, J. LaRoche. Front Row: D. Lewis, P. Lovely, D. Lefaye, L. LaPIante, S. Krueger, N. Lavertue, P. Johnson Front: D. Wheeler, S. Waldheim, D. Westover, R. War- yas, M. Towle, R. Wentzel, A. Triantafillou, K. Youden, P. Yatsevich, M. Tewksbury, B. Wilmarth, G. Wisinski, L. Szalucka. St Pierre DTS" M. D Smith. 'say ' fin ' it W..-S T 9 ,y Front: T. Tewksbury, S. Titorenko, D. Thompson, S. Wright, L. Zubryd, D. Williams, J. Sullivan, S. Weber, T. Templeton, W. Spaulding, P. Veilleux, A. Ulz, D. Thomp- son, L. Trepanier, C. Winot, R. Washburn, S. Wilkie. 47 Back Row: B. Oldenburg, A. Richmond, T. Pierson, G. Para dise, M. Pequee, G. Parker, B. Rich, D. Prudhomme. Sec ond Row: D. Patten, J. Perry, C. Nestor, L. Reed, C. Peralta L. Perron, S. Partridge. Front Row: L. Rivard, J. Ransom, D Poisson, J. Newton, T. Patch, R. Oldenburg. ze if 5QlQfQ,i kf VZ: T 11 21:5 sift mf - H PM 5' , m M X CD Sight +L NX O t H5553 . s 'X .11 A X335 WSP Q' x PQ K EQ Sleigh lm 1 - . ,Ms 'ev E if i KSN? -'l W-W N Sw -x "' 2 c Q it' - W XM , "4 Q5 R SNA W. ' f" sf , .gnc 'lil M' .5 X ? C. SH- is Nsxrwg. 1 wx-Mgt X55 ,A w X n O Q X Q X P 'f it gs.. ff s - - X T " X' f ym ,ima Wig, 5 x at RF 4 . , f, X X XX 3 K? K 4 Vg, i f X X A Q x VY ming W T3 gm ig.,h,:J X ,lisa w xi J, it fmvg ggi jim ?13'?3'ts W. 9 X .ms f at iv J X T , rx' n Q A Q We .- . 5+ N , f X f Wiilfittt iss g ,Q gs f M Q . . M wx 0 ' is wt N t . K Qt ' 4 Lord. Thrgdfioyg: Nelson? D.. ms K. McElAr3eaviy R. Marte ZfiSecond Roiiv: arcottew A T. Mclilifeavy. Front ROWQ Di Mc ,,i ,,i o rse E. . Mathegogig R. Menardw . ' s A 'iii , ,., , I Back Row: J. Lewko, K. Lesnick, T. Kidder, A. Lanzer. Third Row: D. Langlois, S. LeBlanc, J. LaPointe, T. Lavoie. Sec- ond Row: J. Leslie, G. Limoges, M. Jordan, Nl. Kelly. Front Row: G. LaFont, P. Lessard, A. Leslie. 48 K Borofsky Sec G Muyara Vice Pr s P Nelsonw Pres L Obymako QmlsslngbTreas N, S 1' lf, 4 "" I HU Af: law ,f 'QS WRQ XLCM 'MQW 1-auf if ! if 1 X v-'-,4---n W.--an-1.- Front Row - T. Blackington, T. Boardman, A. Austin, D. Baril, T. Beauregard, B. Benoitg Second Row - B. Allen, C. Allen, J. Balch, T. Tetreault, B. Bacon, D. Bartley Front Row - D. Buinicky, J. Brooks, L. Carpenter, Second Row - C. Allison, B. Brown, J. Brunnell, K. Carr, Third Row - F. Boone, K. Bonneau, J. Bourdon, J. Burbee. 4? J. Bellavance, S. Aimig my -0? Bielecki. .......... f Bi V f"' '14 First A. Thibeault, A. M. Alnorg P Amell, L. First row - L. Fay, J. Dixon, Second row - E. Ferris, S. Cutts, L. Clark, B. Connors, S. Clarke: Third row - S. Decker, B. Dupont, C. Cox, J. Estabrook, P. Costa: Fourth row - C. Cotrupi, J. Ferguson, S. Tobey. First row - N. Chandler, P. Burrows, Second row - J. Brown, P. Bonneville, Third row - E. Carr, J. Frottierg Fourth row - T. Chamberlain, D. Caccavaro, J. Caplan, K. Carter, K. Borofsky, M. Chabot. .,., W ' B UWQPG-rf3f3QCOS? Sec' ROW - ssrr Q o1meS,s,cair- ard, L. ---, M. Jacquier, M. Walker. Top to Bottom - L. Hurlburt, B. Grenier, B. Hutchins C. Jacques, C. Frecnette, G. George, K. Veilleux, T. Veil Ieux. Top to Bottom - D. Hipwell, S. Fitch, G. Howe, L. Grayson, A. Turns, L. Helie, L. Gendron, M. Granger. First row - P. LaRoche, L. Marcotte, S. Kozel, M. LaPointe, J. Lamoureuxg Second row - G. Mackenzie, B. Lamphere, S. LaRoche, J. Kinhan, D. Limoges, Third rovv - J. Blaisdell J. Jones, Fourth row - L. Johnson, J. Kebalka, C. Lancast er, H. Littlefield, A. Leahy. First row - N. Jordon, K. Johnson, P. Lord, L. Lariviere, L. MacDonald, Second row - L. l-lurlbert, P. LaPoint, C. Matheson, A. MacPherson, Third row - A. Marro, S. Liz- otte, J. Lathan. ' 1 land, K. Clay, L. Donahue, D DensFi'lore,.E.. Dec it u, Dole. .2 . f D. C. row First Row - T. Pinard, Second Row - J. Quelch, A. Pin- ardg Third Row - N. Reed, G. Miyara, Fourth Rovv - R. Normandin, C. Poirier, D. Tucker, Fifth Row - J. Wen- ger, L. Obyrnakog Sixth Row - P. Nelson, J. Messer. First Row - W. Mongeon, D. Oldenburg, Second Row - D. Paige, J. Peterson, Third Row - D. Miller, S. Mc- Guire, Fourth Row - R. Mitchell, D. Miller, Fifth Row - M. Paquette, C. Ransom. iFirst row - P. Tetreault, D. Moseley, M. Richmond, D. First row - L. Sheveneli, E. Simino, L. St.Sauveur, S Scott, D. Schmitt, D. Sandersong Second row - J. Rook- Sears, P. Steinteg Second row - C. Tarr, N. Rushia, J . er, D. Smith, J. Sirois, S. Simpson, S. Spahr, C. Stowell. Rogers, J. Tenney, N. Rosinski, K. Weitkunat, L. Roberts. i First row - D. Stillson, D. Slack, R. Stickney, S. West, First row - G. Stoodley, B. Washburn, V. Johnson, N. Second row - H. Rook, T. Schettino, P. Smalley, L. Johnson, Second row - L. Mardanes, L. LeCIair, D. Kib- Ripleyg Third row - J. Stewart, B. Routhier, M. Rourke, R. bie, D. LeMarche, M. Libby. Spooner. 55 First Row - E. Winot, C. Wigntman, J. Wnippleg Second Row - D. True, R. Caruso, P. Westover: Third Row - S. Kinney, C. Raney, L. Zuiiog Fourth Row - J. Wilterdink, G. Tardiff, J. Wilson. in Memory of Wesley "Jamie" Rooker WNW! X-QP -4 'RS Q. A 'W WWW t'a.n..sk!NS ,Ah 54.+ulQ9 'Wh SOFTBALL IS: -that one fantastic catch that makes up for all your errors. -getting on base and then being called out because you didn't have a a batting helmet on. -playing back because a power hitter is up at bat, and she bunts. -water fighting and powder fighting - What a mess! -moseying along when you should have run. -snowing during the Springfield game. -having to run laps, and the coach forgets that you are still running. -taking pride in what you do and who you are. Sheila, don't look so happy. Front Row - P. Abbott, S. Kozel, K. Hemmingway, M. jordan, L. Stillson, P. johnson, l. Richardson. Back Row Coach Raney, C. Young, K. Stoughton, I. Caplan, S. Foss, M. Sanborn, D. Smith, S. Morrow, I. Ruetz. l'm over here! There's something over there. Front Row- S. Stockwell. S. Titorenko. D. Poirier, L. Fowler. D. Smead. Middle Row- Nl, Burbee. G. Paradise, H. Rooker, P. Lord. Back Row- L. Reed. C. Winot. K. Doolittle. B. Welch. J. Sullivan. C. Hurd. L. Snow, K. Jacquier. D.Searles.Coact1 Proulx. Q You guys are a joke. We . ,vw - You mean there is an opponent? Stevens ponent Springfield 10 . 3 Hartford 7 O Windsor 4 V 2 Keene 5 . 3 Woodstock 918 6 Keene 2 . 1 5 Newport Q Q 18 4 Hanover U U . Tx gg' i 4 0 Lebanon 3 7 Fall Mouni , Q 3 Vg 'iil 2 6 windsor fl 13 . f , Hanover 4 14 :ll A Lebanon 16 W ,, 15 QnMoufmt. i O s bfOke5'3fif5 'FSii 4 vi . 7 Q W ...'.. , - ff+.f:ff"?"t"i W 37. Luxe .1 M514 1. 455 Following a disappointing 1976 season, Coach Silva began rebuilding the 1977 Cardinals around a nucleus of solid performers: Dave O'Hara, Jason Twitchell, and David Royce. As the season progressed, several fac- tors contributed to the finest season since 1949. The team yielded torrid hitting, excellent base running, and magical outfielding. To no one's surprise David O'Hara became the premier pitcher in the valley. These fac- tors, plus the tireless efforts of Tom Fovvler, David Puks- ta, Paul Silva, and the enthusiastic fans, led the team to their first post season action in over a decade. The Card- inals carried their winning tradition to the state play- offs. The impossible dream finally surfaced on June 4th when D. O'Hara backed the team's fine efforts with a two hit - nine strikeout, 2 to 1 masterpiece giving Ste- vens its first N.H.l.A.A. Class I State Championship over defending champs, Timberlane. Nluch credit is to be given to the entire 1977 baseball team. Watch this Cartwheel- Take this! Safe by a mile. Front row - D. O'Hara, W. Ardinger. D. Royce, J. Twitchell, R. Kanto, J. Kebalka, J. Brunt. Back row - Coach Silva, D. Puk- sta, M. Kebalka, J. McGuire, R. Davis, K. LeBlanc, R. Davis. 60 ful ,Q 1 5 3 Q E WlnotS Roulllard A Gershberg B Wllrnarth R Dubreull, S. Bailey, M. Simpson. M. Tewksbury, P Berruo R Morrow J Currier S McGuire Coach Fowler G Wlsrnskl J Lancaster. 1 J h.l ' . or .... .W R, A "1'l'+' .Q " -"'fs::g.: f ' R .A . . 'f Record f 5 545 17-4 L9 M, . fini ' layoffs B, "- ' teveijl cyaa Franklin R V6 rf? Monadno B ' .h ,k"Q'ifaf'A- 5 1 ' . ,si-r 'ii-Q' ' T ' ' ' J 'V' st- - .i . 'A . .f , ' . 1 155277, g f: . if M" -1 . ' . 7" A 774. 1 3 "ff " - .,,, if F' W ,y 1 , 'V im, :- H' .ia 19 "fr3'g'f"7 mari.. :ii . . vhy, 15: -,? I 1 f V, J . rf 591.1 . f F4 if A J Belargeruk R Nelson J Babuneau J Peavey A Triantafillou, G. Fowler, G. Gratacos, C. Bemis Buckman J Balch D StSauveur P Lucia Coach Roberts. fx y The boys' and girls' tennis teams fared equally well this past season despite the girls' team being forced to face the ravage of ill luck, including such misfortunes as sprained ankles and freak May snowstorms. With the expert coaching of Bill Knee and Roger Grenier, the two teams placed third and second respectively in the Connecticut Valley Champ- ionships. Barbara Rietscha and Tim Bush led the teams. Supporting players who contributed greatly were Diana De- Valk, Nancy Maxfield, Carol Anderson, Susan Williams, f Cheryl Hilliard, Chuck Maxfield, Billy O'Shea, and Chuck Lan- B caster. That'll teach them! Nm x Wi! . - s, itsii. , fi: ,,i.,,i r x,,.,,,,,f-4 r WMM? fffl ali, X M i f , N i H - l've got to make this look good. Oh! I think my neck's stuck. , i igx ,5 V "w!,ff-Q fl? S... J 53- . l Front Row- T. Monetta, J. Bass, M. Libby, K. Jacquier, M. Breen, T. Tetreault. Back Row- T. LeMere, M. Rorke, G. Kaplan, J. Estabrook, R. Lique, M. Rousseau, T. Bush, Coach Grenier, C. Lancaster, C. Maxfield, K. Janelle, B. O'Shea. K. Kinman, A. Turns. Q 'Opponent M. Keene Hanover , Kearsarge 4 Con Val ..,J 1 .O Littleton T 2 fi 7 Kearsarge Q1 8 Monadnock A6 3 Hanover 2 7 Springfield 6 1 Springfield 8 1 BellowsAEalls 8 1 Connecticut l'i Valleyf Championships- second Record- 6-9 T ubi ' Ahh. is ,qi Row- C. Bettez, L. Obymako, G. George, Sirois, T. Chamberlain, M. Houlihan, P. Forrest, J. Messier, R. Coutu, D. Hickey. Back Row- Coach Kriee, S. Williams, L. Davenport, A. Leahy, D. DeValk, B. C. Anderson. C. Hilliard, G. Miyara, L. Giguere. 63 Of all the high school sports, track is perhaps the one that demands the greatest perfection of individual performance. The 1978 Track Team was one with many talented individuals. Though the team record was not very impressive, the young squad showed great promise for future years. With a team consis- ting almost entirely of underclassmen the outlook for coming teams is a bright one. Thanks to dedicated coaches like Paul Potter, track is alive and growing at Stevens High School. ,f xfn L sr Q. rf 1 '-Q K S gulr xxx lggg D ' A 1 r .4.Ms.M- if N., . o,.. x . . third jirst ?irst ef" H+ ff f 1 .tk mls-av we wt . Vg M31 'AA First rovv - S. Weber, P. Roman, J. Nlacullevvicz, C, Gierko, P. Houghton, L. LeClair. Second FOW- Coach Potter, M4 BWOVTV D- Richmond, M' Howard, D. Clough, C, Stowell, C. Sprague. Third rovv - Coach Slater, B, Dupont, J. lVlo2den,lVl. Chamberlain, Grayson, C. Bouchard, P. Decker. Fourth row - Coach LaBelle, W. Hemingway, G. Clough, H. Decelle, J. Blaney, E. Mercier, J. Hodgman. Fifth row - D. Alvarez, H. Lan- 64 zer, T. Parkinson, lVl. Geary, M. White. '-A A Place For i l 033374, FALL SPCRTS . s 1 -f- LL -l'YM'1".:1w :v--fw,Mxf5- ilk zz , .wa - 4 4 3 . I 4 4 A' Ma- QR? 1' ,fhx -, R1 1 K f L x We wwf fi -f4LNi':., - team effort, hard work, and dedication. - a series of hard, tiring, and demanding practices often in the FOOTBALL IS: scorching heat. - a growing experience, both physical and mental. - the ability to overcome aches, bruises, and pains. - an early curfew the night before a game, and a party the night' after a game. - outstanding players - Jason Twitchell, Dave O'Hara, Jeff Kebalka. Louie Zullo, Scott Peabody, Richard Kanto - and coaches - Coach Orvis, Coach Silva, Coach Fowler, Coach Kaplinski. - a season of victory and defeat. - rewarding. He didn't catch that, did he? I guess this one is over your head! Hey! Where's my leg? Back Row: Coach Silva, Coach Fowler, D. St. Sauveur, E. Bennis, D. Lucia, E. Wynott, R. Johnson, A. Triantafillou, M. Richmond fmanagerj, Coach Orvis. Third Row: J. Stewart, J. Estabrook, D. Mainofi, T.Lucia, B. Dupont, G. Wisinski, M. Gedney, J. Balch, M, Gaton, J. Babineau. Second Row: S. Marro, D. Kibbie, D. Richmond, B. Dupont, B. Bacon, L. Zullo, B. Stearns, S. Walker, P. Berrio, S. McGuire, M. Howard, R. Boone R. Morrow, Front Row: J. Brunt, J. Kebalka, M. Paulson, S. Lacroix, J. Twitchell, D. O'Hara, S. Peabody, J. Tebo, J. Beebee, R. Kanto, R. Burbank. 66 'YS A .Q 'J ' 'lg Y Back Row: Coach Kaplinski, C, Wilson, R. Currier, K. Lalfonte, M, Dougning, D. Coturp, S. Colpas, M. Johnson, R. Balch, M. Fay, M. Lemieux R. Brown, Coach McCormick. Front Row: S. Magnuson, B. Swenson, G. Bergeron, G. Aldrich, M. Phillips, T. Belanger, R. Ovellette, S. O'l-lara L. Bailey, A. Lavoie, M. Poirier, T. Contois. Q f 7 f l,-J l need a band-aid for my elbow, W 6 1, Nice iob "Though we may forget our record was five wins, eight losses, and one tie, we will remember the important things, the mo- ments: doing the worm before the Newport game, upsetting the Keene team C2-15, collisions averaging more than one per game, that if we had had our first part of the season like the last, we would have gone to the state tournament, the growing up we did during the first six games. We will remember all those special moments of friendship, caring, and frustration that made up our season. Through the years we may forget those days and weeks, but we will always remember those moments, those very special moments that were a very im- portant part of our lives." KS. 1 ,TW W if gif 8 V . On your mark, get set, go! Where's the ball? Q S H 0 .v. pf 4,1 ww N Back Row: Coach Aimi, C. Frechette, J. Messer, K. Stoughton, A. Leahy, J. Caplan, C. Webster, J. Wilson, L. Stillson, P. Nelson. Front Row: J. St. Pierre, S. Kozel, G. George, C. Cox, A. Pinard, S. Foss, C. Stowell, L. Ardinger, T. Chamberlain. 68 -name. , , A-ff .Q Get off my back! Hartford Springfield Bellows Falls Lebanon Woodstock Newport Hanover Lebanon Windsor Stevens O O O O O 4 3 2 1 Opponen ts 3 3 2 2 5 1 4 1 1 rw-up ' , .1 X 5 L QE Y F r L 'Hug-.M KD. X. X we ff" '4 Back Row: R, Frechette, L. Alvarez. T. Decker, L. Stephens, A. Spahr. S, Mongeon, L. Murry, Coach Jennlson. Front Row: S. Roulhard, B. Garneau, J. Tebo, K. Aimi, M. White, D. Vashaw, B. Veilleux. D. Chaffee. L . . .L YOu've gOt to be klddmg Catch It before It gets away W i if 'K rv, ' N N Back Row: Coach Thompson, C. Hurd, C. Bouchard, P. Decker, P. Lessard, D. Hickey. Front Row: J. St. Pierre, C. Davus, P. Forrest, D. N Searles, M. Houluhan, D. Polrler, D. White, L Qi D -- The 1978 soccer season was one of many "its", if the Cardinals had not been the first in the state to fall in a "shoot-out", if the ball had dribbled into the goal at Keene, if Hanover had not scored the im- maculate goal with a minute to play, and if the ball had gone under the crossbar in- stead of over it at Woodstock - Stevens may have been in the tournament, and who knows? As it was, led by Connecticut Valley League All-Stars: Peter Marro Cco- captainj, Billy O'Shea Cco-captain and All- Statej, Danny Alvarez CAII-Statej, Donny White, and Billy Wilmarth -, the Cards equipped themselves well. They finished at 9-4-1 to uphold a proud tradition of a fighting come-from-behind team. The first year coach, Coach Radbill, deserves much credit for the Cardinal's banner year. , Q Q Back Row: B. Burr, J. Stoughton, B. O'Shea, D. Alvarez, C. Lancaster, Third Row: J. Mozden, S. Aimi, D. White, B. Wilmarth. Second Row: B. Bodkins Cmanagerj, S. Rouillard, C. Alvarez, T. Matheson, B. Martell, Coach Radbill. Front Row: M. Simpson, J. Lancaster, R. Robins, P. Marro. i l.,-I sss. i Q - 1 f . - ,.,f: 3, ig. sy. - Back Row: J. Stoughton, Coach Negyessey, J. Banil, Second Row: A. Lanzer, C. Scala, T. Martell. Front Row: A. Bovine, R. Landry, R. St. Sauveur, E. Fowler, D. Lewis. , X. ,Y fa 1 5 f Q , , Cross country running is a natural sport and a team sport in the purest sense, since a cross country team can only do well when all its members, who carry out their assignments separ- ately, perform well. Carolyn Sprague and John Tierney were the outstanding individual performers. T The agony of victory? CVUiSin' Do time hustle I l'm glad that's over 23 49 5 17 Girls 5th, Boys - 'Bogey iff 1 .' 3 - 53, Front Row: L. Jennings, P. Houghton, C. Sprague, M. White, L. Blanchard, S. Poirier, C. Rietscha, Q P. Roman, R. Coutu, H. Littlefield, M. Breen. Back Row: D. Clough, J. Tierney, G. Clough, S. nie ' Fitch, Nl, Biron, S. Reilley, l-l. De-Celle, M. Grayson, Q. On, D. Gill, S. Perry. A Place For WINTER SPORTS .f . r This year Alpine and Cross Country Ski Teams faced many challenging goals. After losing four seniors last year, the remaining members proved to be just as tal- ented and dedicated as ever. This year's team brought with it new talent and strong competitive attitudes. The season started slowly because of poor snow con- ditions. This factor brought out the best of the boys' skills. They captured first place in almost every meet. However the girls, having moved up to Division II after last year's State Meet, faced tougher com- petition. They finished the year winning half their meets. The Ski Team should do well in their State Meet. The team possesses strong feelings of dedica- tion and competitiveness. Coach Knee is to be com- mended for his outstanding coaching ability. H Almost there 74 Go for it! - - "'tf'-w..,, 1 Look at my form! My boot's on fire! A Y w Q., . , .. I - Un-do it -NNN- I have to go way over there?! Freestyle Back Row: S, Fitch, M. Srmpson, K. Kinhan, W. Kravel, A. Spahr, S. Alma, N. Reed, B. Vellleux. S. Poirer, S. Langlois, L. Blanchard,P. Roman. M Ebbehart, J. Trottler, A. Lanzer, S. Roulllard, B, Bechok. J. Mozden. R. Coutu, P. Vellleux, Coach Knee, M. Hllllard, J. Estabrook,J. Whipple, M. Breen. Front Row: D. Clough, L. Jennings, R. l-lilllard, R. Nelson, K. Alrnl, D.Polner. C. Rletscha, S. Roulllard, G. Wlsinski, C. Hurd, S. Perry, M. Pecue. ,HN Q HIL ,kMl.,:-3-Jlolxy, 1, K q.:.:-I-Fvvsl-, K ,:,..qPW.....:.,,A. iv, L. ?5rlr. . . 4 L gl ft- if"?+f1?.i ftff' fs .ff-W J fitffgf f -'i J. -ls 1 Agri' 4114. if - :ln watt , -1' 5 f .,1,,. it .t Q 1. ,f J ff .Q ir . if ' ' .. Q fl fe' aff e aff, , . M H Newport, Stevens C2 J . B. - 1st, G. - lst X Sunapee, B. - ls, G. - lst l Div. II Nordic jumpy B. - lst, G. - 3rd Plymouth, . B. - 2nd, G. - 2nd Keene, - 1st, G - 2nd Concord, B. - lst, G. - 2nd W """'V--Q-.. Newport, B. - lst, G. - lst an N 'lf' .. 3.,.2...1...go! 75 Basketball is a game. A game is full of failures and suc- cesses. Disappointments and successes are life. Life is learning. Learning is playing athletics. Athletics contain athletes. Athletes try to enjoy life. Enjoying life is playing basketball. A friendly hello l dare you to cross this line. We EOTCVW-3 Covered- Back Row: Coach Stoughton, L. Johnson, S. Kozel, J, Caplan, C, Young, M. Jordan. Front Row: L 76 Ardinger, K. Stoughton, J. Wilson, L. White, L. Stillson, K. Carter. . . g STEVENS iff fiifkx , aww' Sffvfivs ?D 4 n sm Back Row: J. Tenney, K. Lesnick, B. Sicard. Second Row: G. McKenzie, L. Murry, L. Snow, K. Jacquier. Front Row: J. St. Pierre, G. Brooks. . f Back Row: M. Ferland, Coach Brody, S. Plant, L. Stephens, K. Orvis, S. Latouche, Second Row: K. Goodrich, P. Brunt, R. Frechefte, T. Tebo Front Row: S. Mongeon, M. white, K. Donahue. XS -N 143 NX XJ X in gf , 4 . we L. -X E' . ' ,L 1 fi -, " .I 1 QS ' .V J ' 2: ,L he 1' We .XX-Q Q f 'X , 4 N' DN N L ff S- i ,J YY? .1 X . X V it A MX - L -, .w X Sf S- X N ii- io N i N 0 , N X, ,. 77 -9 N .W ty f wx' we .J ,- IX 3- X Nc, 3, y ,. L, WX i . V X! . 1 mp.,- .- S N X K -- A N X X X. . VJ I X W -f X, , jx Q- 5 V P R , .-0 X3 .i + . 1 X-. 'P X. X . L J , .E .X J- xx. 1 'X' 'X PA ' . -L . .J . X LX X gr' X- f Q f N ci X h , I wg x xx Y 4, i L J 1 X, N... C' N -1' Q-Q N, QS.. -' "N X N ,Q K x 1 N X f S imiqf. fs, SM X-V J- N - an X - N Q . N. w,YM7 ?i'.f.9g, iff? 05 0 5 Back Row: Coach Carpenter. M. Howard. C. Lancaster, P. Berrio. K. Jacquler, B. O'Shea. Coach Grenier. Front Pow: B. Booth, l., Zullo, C. Maxfleld, E. Tenney. A. Pornieko, J. Tvvntchell. YJ l f .1 5 Back Row: B. Wnlrnarth, M. Gedney. J. Stoughton, Coach Grenuer, D. St. Sauveur. M. Johnson, A. Bovine. Front Row: D. Cressrnan. T. Martell, G. Dansereau, T. Kidder, P. Raney, M. Tewksbury. J. Lancaster. f l - H35 R ' C ' .1-. . Q ' ' 5' VQNN4 ' ' e D ,. ' 1 'LT J N A . ' i U .Q " Q 46 'I ' sgmtuqy ,gully 4 A T F c "42ft Q54 t Q .' Q . I I. 'vnu , fx , . ' ' T 1 fsfft A I ' F . Qpuuf -M-be . ,i K f -F 2 :.- r f 3304, 3 QQQIN4' f . ln! , . , f fy TEE T 7 K -I ' ..r Q - I A V art ' F C' T "et lf F ' T ' ' ...Lu C fr viinatlla of Jn J 4.1 Back Row: B. Watson, E. Templeton. M. Fay. F. Montefusco, Second Row: Coach I.aBeIIe, C. Irish, S. Putnam, D. Cook. G. Pecue, A. Lavoue. Front Row: S. O'Hara. S. Haines, D. Cotrupl. M. Gagne. T. Boardman. 79 What price is glory? Just another 100 yards. The girls' 1978-1979 Winter Track Team consisting ofco- captain Carolyn Sprague, Patti Houghton, Marcia White, Lisa Scott, Pam Decker, Cindy Stowell, Clara Frechette, Linda Skoby, and Sharon Titorenko has put on many fine performances at each meet. Each girl individ- ually has contributed to the team with her effort. The boys' 1978-1979 Winter Track Team enjoyed outstand- ing results led by co-cap- tain Danny Alvarez, the Cardin- al thin-clads matched up well with the best teams competing at Leveron Field House at Dart- mouth College. Six of the boys qualified for the Class I champ- ionships. This feat in itself is quite an improvement over last year. Back Row: J. Kebalka, B, Dupont, R. Boone, B. Dupont, E. Winot, D. Richmond, T. Parkinson, B. Bacon, D. Alvarez, E. Mercier, C, Alvarez, S. Quimby, Coach Corriveau. Front Row: M. Byron, H. DeCelle, M. White, C. Sprague, D. Houghton, C. Frechette, C. Stowell, L. Scott, L. Scoby, Q. On, D. Westover, J. Tierney. 80 A :Ah xg - Log.-Q . I W if 'Ri FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS: Front Row: P. Johnson, L. LeCIair, B. Landry, S. Jackson, L. Levesqueg Middle Row: C, Bechok, L.SzaIucka, J. Wenger, Top Row: D. Caccavaro. FALL CHEER- LEADERS SOCCER CHEERLEADERS: Front Row: C. Davis, M. Ferland, M. Geary, J. Ferguson S. Michaud, C. Clay, Back Row: C. Ferland, L. Heiie, L. Clark, P. LaRocne. L. Boardman. VARSITY Left - Right: H. Sirois, L. Clark, S. Spahr, L. LeCIair, B. Landry, L. Levesque, J. Wenger, D. Caccavaro. JUNIOR VARSITY Left - Right: M. Ferland, J. Ransom, S. Duplessis, M. Geary, C. Ferland, J. Tebo, B. Simpson. FRESHMEN Front: T. Battagliag Middle: C. Bowen, R. Reynolds, K. Mack, A. Medaja K. Carter, J. Lumbra, D. Baron. WI TER CHEERLEADERS C17 ,.,.ww---M .ak -1. -Q. x! ta S2 A my argue' -.,, 5 4 04 493 an 4? Rx fs x ' Ab' lm Swag -- Back row: P. Harrigan Cfacul ty editorj, L. Giguere, A. Puk sta, L. Wilson, J. Shostal Ctypisth, T. Spanos Cco-edit orj, D. Schmitt, K. Ahern Clit erary editorj, P. Houghtor Cart editorjg Middle row: N LeBlanc Csenior editorb, C Sprague Csports editorj, C Anderson Cco-editorjp Fron row: V. Sicard' Csenior edi torj, B. Rietscha Csports edi .torJ, L. Hastings Cunden classmen editorjg missing: IJ Davenport Cmusic editorj. RED AND BLACK EDITORIAL AND WORK STAFF. Left to Right: L. Wilson, S. Bugee, K. Borofsky, K. Bogie qeditory, D. Brooks, A, Libby, J. Tierney, C, Gierko. RED AND BLACK BUSINESS STAFF First row: M. Prinn, K. Carr, K. Ahern, W. Stuart, S. Weber, L. Kelley, P. Decker, G. Bailey Second row: J. Wil- son, P. Nelson, C. Cotrupi, P. LaRoche, R. Slack, P. West- over, J. Mozden, Third row: G. Parkhurst, G. Brooks, L. Zullo, M. Howard, T. Flet- cher, K. Jacquierg Fourth row: D. Schmitt, V. Sicard, P. Johnson, Fifth row: A. Pi- nardg missing: C. Head. MODEL CONGRESS front: C. Alvarez, E. Mercier, L, Shevenell, A. Marrog Back: M, Richmond, P. Costa, son D Puksta J. Tierney K. MacPi'ier , . , . GlRL'S STATE M O D E L U N "Hello U.N.?" Front: L. Sheveneilg Middle: E. Mercier: Back: C. AI varez, J. Tierney, A. Marro. BOY'S STATE Front: E. Tenney, J. Tierney, D. Cioutier, P. Harrigan, R. Kainug Back: T. Halevan, D. O'Hara, M. Trottier. 85 S T O S E P H S l HERO and HEROINE UNSUNG HERO and UNSUNG HEROINE Kathy Stoughton and Dave O'Hara Carolyn Sprague and Danny Alvarez VARSITY "S" S 'E' 1 First row: L. Stillson, R. Coutu, C. Cook, J. Tierney, L. Shevenell, P. Houghton, L. Blanchard, P. Roman. S. Poirier, Second row: S. Aimi, K. Stoughton, C. Sprague, L. Giguere, B. Magnuson, L. Hastings, C. Frechette, M. Houlihan, A. Leahy, Third row: J. Messer, L. LaClair, J. Wilson, L. White, E. Mercier, C. Maxfield, D. O'Hara, J. Mozden, C. Anderson, Fourth row: B. O'Shea, P. Marro, D. Alvarez, D. Cloutier, S. Marro, M. Howard, C. Alvarez, T. Spanso. missing: L. Ardinger, C Head NATIONAL ATHLETIC Front: L. White, L. Stillson, R. Coutu, Cook, L. Hastings, B. Magnuson, P. R man, Middle: J. Wilson, C. Anderson, Stoughton, T. Spanos, C. Sprague, J. Tie ney, P. Houghton, Back: P. Marro, L. L Clair, D. Alvarez, D. Cloutier, E. Mercie C. Maxfield, D. O'Hara. l SCHOLARSHIP SOCIET ST. PAUL'S QUALIFIERS First row: J. Wenger, D. Tucker, D. Caccavaro, P. Nelson, Second row: S. Simpson, C. Cotrupi, G. Miyara, N. Reed, Third row: A. Thibault, A. Turns, L. Fay, J. Wilterdink, Fourth row: L. Shevenell, N. Rushia, J. Quelch, J. Wheeler, Fifth row: C. Frechette, L. St. Sauveur, M. Richmond, S, Tobey, Sixth row: T. Chamberlain, L. Ardinger, L. Basso: Seventh row: P. Bonne- ville, K. Veilleux, S. LaRoche, K. Jacquierg Eighth Row: G. George, S.- Clarke, H. Littlefield, P. Costa, Ninth row: L. Williams, J. Caplan. NATIONAL MERIT ont: D. Cloutier, P. Houghton, P. Roman: Back: D. Alvarez, K. Stoughton, C, Anderson, T. Spanos, Quelch, L. LaClair, M. Sanborn, P. Harrigan, N. LeBlanc, S. Perras, P. Marro, missing: T. Halevan. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Qmrfimj IHONQPQ soocvy 4 l ST. PAUL'S ATTENDEES EFS HEP front: S. Perras, P. Marro, T. Spanos: Back: D. Alvarez, C. Ander- .on, K. Stoughton. If tv we STUDENT COUNCIL First row: D. Schmitt, Second row: P. Nelson, L. Obymakog Third row: L. Giguere, P. Harrigan, J. Garneau, S. Foss: Fourth row: J. Mozden, L. Kel- ley, A. Puksta, N. LeBlanc, M. Richmond, P. Perrong Fifth row: A. Marro, J. Lewko, G. George, L. Shevenell, D. Poirier, D. Searles, H. Littlefield, C. Anderson, 1 YOUTHIN I GOVERNMENT 'I X? X J. Tierney, C. Sprague, L. Shevenell s . DAR GOOD CITIZEN ANNEX STUDENT COUNCIL Front row: C. Keating, M. Phillips, G. Bergeron, K. Morsell Middle row: A. Cloutier, G. Stowell, W. Steenbergeng Bac row: B. Garneau, S. Rouillard, M. White, M. Denis, K. Mack, K Aimi, L. Stephens, J. Ransom, A. Dorr, L. Turns, P. Larnott, K Carter, C. Bowen. DECA irst Column: R. Beauregard, L. Hause, J. Trombley, M. White, V. Roy, W flatheson: Second Column: W. Mongeon, L. Lizotte, A. Pomiecko, D, Miller, S essard, R. McCrossin, Third Column: M. Oldenburg, D. Woodman, R. Patch ', Bailey, R. Pinsonault, Ms, Gott: Fourth Column: K. Johnson, G. Carpenter. '. Robbins, D. Schettino. FHA Front: T. Lavoie, D. McCreary, L. La Middle: L. Johnson, T. Robbins, L. J nard, L. Zullo. Plante, C. Marcotte ohnsong Back: T. Pi ANNEX PHOTO CLUB M. Papps, M. Day, N. Rooker , K, l-lutcheon. ANNEX FHA Front: R. Landry, T. Bly, B. Simpson, D, Greenwood, S. Stocker, Back: Mrs. Simpson, T. Marcotte, T. Simoneau, L. Stephens, K. Howe, B. Russel. 'S 1 , .,.... li it 2. if-as F s ANNEX SCIENCE f CLUB Front: R. Reynolds, A. Dorr, M. White, L. Stephens, K. Mack, Back: M. Day, T. Blyp, M. Beaureguard, T. Boardman, U. Malopolska, K Howe R Gaudreau D Moore K S auld- ing, M. Mossy. IR. LIBRARIANS S. Clarke, L. LeCIair, M. Prinn CHESS CLUB Front: J. Dalton, K. Bonneau, Middle: S. Quimby, T Lemereg Back: B. Connor, L. LaCIair, M. Descoteau K. Youden. PEP CLUB as ill K f Front: L. Carpenter, P. Westover, K. Carr, K. Weit- kunat, K. Anerng Back: T. Schettino, P. Smalley, C. Gierko, D. Cook. IR. ROTARIANS front: P. Marro, C. Anderson, T. Span- Js, L. Stillson, K. Stougl'1ton,V, Sicard, Q. Coutu, D. Alvarez: Back: D. Cloutier, I. Sprague, P. Roman, K. Bogie, L. Davenport, C. Maxfield, E. Mercier: nissing: C. Cook. MATH TEAM 1 . X I Gx Front: N. LeBlanc, S. Poirier, J. Moz den, S. Quimby, P. Roman, Back: D Gill, H. Littlefield, L. Blanchard, P Costa, J. Wilterdink, M. Breen. DRAMA CLUB Front: D. Gill, B. Magnuson, E. Cole, P. Harrigan, L. Giguere, C. Gierko, T. Pinard, K. Ahern, D. Langlois, C. Nestorp Middle: S. To bey, P. Houghton, L. Goss, B. Garneau, A. Cloutier, S. Bogle, S, Wilkie, C. Honney, B. LaRoche, L. LaClair, J. Wheeler, Back: Mr Norton, L. Kelley, C. Winot, W. Stuart, S. Weber, J. Wilterdink, L. Trepanier, S. Simpson, D. Limoges, Mr. Everett. OUR ADVISORS Annex FHA-Mrs. Simpson Annex Science Club-Mrs. Scranton Annex Student Council- Mrs. Sunderlin Chess Club- Mr. Tucker DECA- Ms. Gott Drama Club- Mr. Norton, Mr. Everett FHA- Mrs. Nooney Junior Class- Ms. Blight Math Team- Mr. Provencal National Honor Society- Mrs. Hause Pep Club- Mr. Carpenter Red and Black Business Staff- Mr. Scranton Red and Black Editorial Staff- Mr. Bolduc Senior Class- Mr. Magoon Sophomore Class- Mr. Grenier Student Council- Mr. Jobin A Place For . . . MUSIC 1 R . .fw- - 'C' 1 xx s X --5 N P -u .,, , .i- X K' 4- ,,.o ,.., . -.,,,.,.v x-,- 5.,,.p1"" X .. c . ,..wf 1-2ff""' ,M-3, "" X 1-Q... rx- 5' ,Nw L .1 'gxfggn . 3 pm J . I ko, l Q' - s es' .g S s Lx , ff xt x. , , R . x- , . w. x w .,. Q ' xv " .--x R57 ,Q Q A Q . , ' z 'Xa . v 1 Ou r ' 4 5, , ., . .A 4 ff s. -w 1 x ' , " --. "-A.. . 4, A x 1 I 4 Y-ly 4 x .Q W f A if Q Q- N, 1' y xv J' -f 4 ' ' J- ,- 13 B45 'AA xm,f , .ag - 'x Managers: B. Brown, R. Bissonette, H. Brown. Iolor Guard: N. Rodriguez, C. Cox, B. Magnuson, ams, C. Honney, M. Geary, K. Ahern. ...+- 5 Majorettes: D. Searles, B. Garneau, L. Giguere, R. Rey- nolds, K. Carter, P. Perron, C. Bouchard, K. Carter, J. Cap- lan. Flags: E. Duplessis, D. Langlois, T. Mercier, C. Nestor, K. Soucy, S. Poirier, P. Roman 1... l Ihgaf r l Q Trumpets: A. Puksta, D. Cloutier, S. Tobey, S. Weber, N. Flutes: A. Weber, J. Brown, L. Hastings, B. LaRoche, . R0Oker. B355, ' l I. .. Brass: L. Kelley, P. Harrigan, D. Gill, S. Magnuson, J. Bells: J. Candon, B. Bechok, L. Blanchard, S. Rouillard, l Rooker. Breen, R. Gaudreau. , ivy . gin .fl 1 - WW. ..-.a,.,.,-..-f,.gMs HH' ln Percussion: L. Love, M. Papps, G. Potter, M. Chamberlain, D. Greenwood, G. Dansereau, S. Packard, S. Bogle, D. Holmes, D. Tice, J. Shostak, S. LaRoche - i Saxaphones: S. Wilke, K.Hutcheons,S. DeVoyd,T. LeBlanc, Clarinets: C. O'DeIl, J. Bennett, L Bennett K Stone K -. Wilson, J. LaRoche, B. Rich, K. Borofsky, K. Bogle, M. Goodrich, L. Howe, C. Hurd, L. Roberts D Hensley Plourde. It K '9' Q .H , M is 'r 1'?""' fb X Af - " Front: C. Nestor, T. Mercier, P. Perron, K. Borofsky, S. Sears, L. Blanchard, M. Gedney, J. Wilterdink. Middle: D. Puksta, W. Ziske, J. Babineau S. Tobey, N. Rooker, D. Cloutier, L. Bennett, K. Bogle, L. Wilson, B. Rich, M. Houlihan, S. Wilke, L. Howe, L. Roberts, C. Jacques, B. LaRoche, A Weber, T. Spanos, V. Sicard. Back: G. George, S. Weber, D. Gill, L. Kelly, S. Marro, S. Bogle, S. Packard, M. Gader, M. Papps. S. LaRoche, M Breen, K. Carter, S. Magnuson, R. Coutu, C. Anderson. V4 --- ' 5' , y YR ll-A .N?1"I'?'L..sL,4 in M., I P' , 'I' Cv -2" 7' 1 'ri 1 J 'K i Q, ' 1 ,- j G. , " , 'fl G A ,. 2,3 ef x-'Dr -' uf' .. ., I 'iii K ' ' : ' A j . W4 L 'if -' View I' 9 -1' f' . Front: A. Weber, B. LaRoche, L. Hastings, J. Bass, J. Brown, W. Packard, K. Carter, P. Perron, J. Garneau, S. Weber, S. Tobey, J. Babineau. Middle: L. Roberts, L. Howe, K. Stone, D. McCreary, C. Hurd, J. Bennett, K. Goodrich, K. Hutcheons, S. DeVovd, K. Bogie, L. Bennett, D. Tice, B. Bechok, D. Cloutier, A. Puksta, N. Rooker. Back: D. Gill, M. Papps, M. Gader, J. Shostak, S. Bogle, D. Greenwood, R. Gaudreau, S. Packard, S. LaRoche, M. Breen, G. Dansereau, S. Magnuson, P. Harrigan, S. Wilke, C. Bemis, J. LaRoche, L. Wilson, M. Pecue, L. Blanchard, L. Kelly, S. Marro. . . if , 2 ,,, iq . K, ,V . ,,, . " . E " . ...X as W ,5 ,ts M nf- N . Q ,, . .. . f . A .. 4 A 02: .my . JW do i fx .:7 f 1 ? . L. . , A as .x Q t a s ft I ' X 3 ti it i 3 ll 'Q N Q S s 1 V 4 . . f. f I W L 8 T 1 F , t . at L99 . s' 1 if f wigggaf kVAV" , 1 , Q ' h , J, Z 5 X Q 5 , 'E 7' , : 5 -- ,f 3i'.,,'.-. -st, , Lf. , . -J . .. , X .r T 'f..' 4' -. 'JE' " i f ' 'H li: :' - . W ' Si. Ziiifif ' 'W " - .- Y ' ' ' ' ' ' ,- . " 11253755 . J.. a A xl , X . L . ,A . , A Bax . , 5,53 .- N Q K . Ak 5 .., A .Q S A . if A : . Q V r li 1 ' A . L7 . if ' 7' A Q si ESL - .b s 5.3 .5 Q M 23 1, M , 5.1 K '. 1 . Q f Q 1 . by ffl if -P. 4 . 59"-:Q 5 V' if A " f - A M 135' F- . x . 6 L "4 I -'g' - .-h- . . ' ' m s- . - .Q mr' JS' ' A - ' A ff f S ' ' 2- "' S if 'I' w- in ,,,-,- .Q , H . .f -. ..., . ,. A , . . . . , ., - .. ' . . f- -.A f ---x - , .-z f ws re-- 1 '. 4. nt- ii . -- , ,, f . , , ' , ' 1 Q " Sf. - +I ' - f '. ai. S 5? P' 1 ' tri 1 I x gf if gi y 2 . Q Q S Q 'Q . is w ' . N , ' 3 A L First Row: L. Wilson, K. Bogle. Second Row: A. Weber, M. Pecue, D. Tice. S. Tobey, S. Weber, N. Rocker, J. Babineau, K. Hutcheons, S. DeVoyd Third Row: L. Hastings, B. LaRoche, J. Brown, W. Packard, J. Garneau, D. Cloutier, S. Marro, J. LaRoche, S. Wilke. Fourth Row: J. Bass, K. Car- ter, K. Stone, L. Howe, C. Hurd, L. Kelly, D. Gill, L. Bennett, M. Breen. Fifth Row: S. Magnuson, J. Bennett, D. Greenwood, M. Papps, S. Pack- ard, M. Gader, S. Bogle, L. Blanchard, S. LaRoche. ,Al .1 . - uf 'Pi' . ' .4 il " ALL STATE: Front: M. Gedney, J. Wilterdink, J. Garneau, C. Nestor, S. ALL NEW ENGLAND: J, Shostak' J- wggterdink. Simpson, D. Gill, J. Shostak. Back Row: B. Simpson, L. Turns, S. Weber. L. Kelly, B. LaRoche, S. LaRoche. FOOTBALL BAND MEMBERS: S. Marro, J. Babineau, M, Gader, C. Bemis. C H . O . I R 5 First Row: K. Bogle, C. Anderson, Mr. Magoon. Second Row: B. Simpson, C. Keating, L. Giguere, G. Miyara, L. LaPIante, S. Bogle, S. Wilke, S DeVoyd, K. Hutcheon, J. Marro, L. Turns, L. Basso, S. Sears, A. Weber. Third Row: L. Jennings, K. Goodrich, L. Goss, L. Johnson, D. Green- wood, C. Honney, L. Johnson, B. LaRoche, J. Shostak, M. Rouke, W. Ziske, B. Magnuson, S. Weber, S. LaRoche, D. Langlois, M. Houlihan, B Fluette, L. Hastings. Fourth Row: K. Ahern, C. Nestor, C. Gierko, W. Packard, L. Bennett, P. Costa, A. Marro, S. Marro, D. Gill, J. Garneau, P Harrigan, N. Rooker, A. Puksta, L. Kelley, S. Tobey, J. Wilterdink, K. Weitkunat, K. Carter, L. Wilson. N O T A B L E S 100 C. Anderson, L. Giguere, C. Keating, S. Sears, B. Fluette, L. Hastings, L. Wilson. 5 - Front: K. Bogie, B. Simpson, S. Weber, A. Weber, P. Harrigan. Middle: L. Turns, J. Wilterdink, J. Shostak, L. Basso S. LaRoche, C. I-ionney. Back: B. LaRoche, S. DeVoyd, L. Kelley, D. Gill, K. Carter, J. Garneau. 'W' t 'PAN N Y gn M.. l- Choir Officers: B. Magnuson, L. Hast- ings, P. Harrigan, L. Giguere. ' Band Officers: K.. Bogle, D. Cloutier, L Wilson: Missing: B. LaRoche. Orchestra Officers: S. Tobey, G. George, T. Spanos, V. Sicard.: A 190 'NRRW' F' P lQ Kristine Ahern Jane Babineau A ?',,.,.1'9' Stephen Bailey Nancy Baril 104 web-J ffl , 1 if I 1 Christopher Aiken Daniel Alvarez Carol Anderson Janice Bailey Kelley Bailey Peter Bailey Kristine Ahern: Choir-43 Color Guard-2,43 Drama Club-45 FTA-33 Pep Club-45 Red 81 Black Editors-43 Stentor- 2g-"The sweetest of all sounds is praise." Daniel Alvarez: Fresh. Basketball-lg J.V. Basketball-25 Vars.Basketball-33 Intramurals-45 Nat. Ath. Sch. Soc.-3,43 Nat'I Honor Society-3,45 Project Challenge-2,43 Jr. Rotarians-43 Red 8. Black Workstaff-43 Sen- ior Play-4p Soccer-1,2,3,4p St. Paul's Adv. Study-33 Varsity "S" Club: Track-1,2,3,43 U.N. Model Assembly-33 -"Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt." Carol Anderson: Choir-1,2,3,4g Advisory Committee-43 Band'1,2,3,g D.A.R. Good Ciz. Awd.-4g F.H.A,-35 Musicals-1,43 Nat. Ath. Sch. Soc.-3,43 Nat'l Honor Soc.-3,43 Notables-3,43 Orchestra-1,2,3,43 Jr. Rotar- ians-4g Red and Black Editors-2,43 Red Peppers-1,25 St. PauI's Adv. Study-35 Student Council-1,2,3,4g Tennis-1,2,3,4p U.N. Model Assembly-35 Varsity "S" Club-45 Harvard Book Club Award-3.-"Yes Virginia, there is a Santa Claus . . . the most real things in the world are those that neither children nor men can see." Jane Babineau: "Always live up to your reputation: not only is it a quick way to be wellknown, but it's also a good conversation starter for someone else." Kelley Bailey: "What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies with- in us." Peter Bailey: Fresh. Baseball-13 J.V. Baseball-23 Vars. Baseball-3,43 J.V. Basketball-23 DECA Club-3,4g Intramurals-2,3,4g Soccer-33-"lt is the sport that gives the pleasure, not just the victory. Stephen Bailey: J.V. Baseball-33 Track-23-"lt matters not what you do but how you do it." Nancy Baril: Field Hockey-1 ,2g -"lf your conscience isn't your guide then your apt to be taken for a ride . . 133 aff? Joan Barton Joel Beebe Janet Belanger Ye? Timothy Bergeron Donna Blake Steve Boardman Joan Barton: Fresh. Basketball-15 Girls Ski Team-2.- "Life changes, don't get caught in a season." Joel Beebe: Fresh Basketball-13 J.V. Basketball-23 Fresh Football-1, J.V. Football-23 Vars, FootbalI-3,4.- "Obstacles are what you see if you take your eye off your goal. V. W. Red Bomb," Janet Belangerz F.H.A.-1, Jr. Prom'2. Brenda Benoit: "You are the one . . Donna Blake: F.H.A.-1,2,3.- "Life is not a spectacle or a feast, it is a predicament." Martha Bodeur: Fresh. Basketball-lg F.H.A.-33 Field Hockey42g Pep Club-1,23 Project Challenge-1,23 Red 81 Black Bus, Staff-33 Red 81 Black Home Room Rep.-1,2,3, Science Club-lp Senior Play-4, Soccer Manager- lg Track-1,2,3,.- "lf in Heaven we don't meet, hand in hand we will face the heat." Karen Bogie: Choir-1,2,3,43 Advisory Committee-43 Band-1,2,3,43 Field Hockey-13 Musicals-1,43 Orches- tra-1,2,3,4, Jr. Prom-33 Jr. Rotarians-43 Red St Black Bus. Staff-45 Red Peppers-1,2,3,4, Senior Play-43 Stevenaires-1,2,3,4, Stage Band-1,2,3,43 Band Treasurer-4: "Love is patient and kind. If you love some- one be loyal to him, always believe him, and always stand your ground in defending him. Corinthians 12:48t7" Brenda Benoit 1 l""7 Martha Bodeur 1 Karen Bogie Wi James Boisclair 105 JoAnn Boone: "Fair is foul, and foul is fair." Brian Booth: Fresh. Basketball-13 J.V. Basketball-33 Vars. Basketball-43 Fresh. Football-13 Intramurals- 3,4- "You grow up the day you have your first real laugh - at yourself." Debby Brooks: Intramurals-2,3,4g Red 84 Black Bus. Staff-45 Senior Play-4-"Some people make the world more special just by being in it." Hugh Brown: Band-3,45 Orchestra-3,45 Jr. Prom-35 Senior Play-4. Jerald Brunt: Fresh. Baseball-13 J.V. Baseball-23 Vars. Baseball-3,43 Vars. Football-43 Project Challenge- 13 Senior Play-4- "l'm ordinarily very shy, but l take the time to satisfy." JoAnn Boone Y -I . . I 1'-I . ,- -'ia' ' U-,W - ssr, J V 3' if? Q: Mi- '. .2'If"'?1W4fkfy ap r .W . W 5 Y Nw? Brian Booth Debby Brooks Hugh Brown Jerald Brunt - - Sherrie Bugbee: F.H.A.-1,33 Red 81 Black Bus. Staff-41 Track-2- "You learn only from the country where thingsare truer not from the city 'where things are unreal." , Randy Burbank: Fresh. Football-15 Vars. Football-43 Intramurals-3,4. Laurie Burnash: F.H.A.-3,45 Pep Club-15 Project Challenge-lg Jr. Prom-35 Science Club-13 Senior Play-4- 'One must be fond of people and trust them if one is not to make a mess of life." 41- Bryan Burr: Soccer-1,2,3,4- "To be honest is to be one man out of ten thousand." Gloria Carpenter: DECA Club-45 F.H.A.-1- "He who never made a mistake never made a discovery." Sherrie Bugbee 11 . ...,.. Z Vi, if rl fa. - Randy Burbank Laurie Burnash Bryan Burr Gloria Carpenter 106 Lorna Chicoine: "Very little is needed to make a happy lifeg it is all within yourself, in your way of think- ing." Lisa Clark: Fresh. Basketball-13 F.H.A.-15 lntramurals-23 Jr. Prom-35 Red 84 Black Workstaff-2.- "Make the most of yourself, for that is all there is of you . . Gordon Clough: Fresh. Baseball-lg Fresh. Basketball-13 Cross-Country-1,2,3,4g Intramurals-2,3,4g Project Challenge-2,33 Jr. Prom-3: Senior Play-43 Track-2,3,4. Raymond Clough: Fresh. Football-13 Intramurals-3. David Cloutier: Band-43 Boy's State-35 Class Treasurer-2,3,4g Fresh. Football-15 Musicals-43 Nat'l. Ath. Sch. Soc.-3,43 Nat'l. Honor Soc.-3,4g Orchestra-43 Jr. Prom-33 Jr. Rotarian-43 Red Peppers-43 Senior Play-45 Stentor-43 Track-1,2,4.- "The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart." . N ' gf f i 4 ' -ar f I 4 GY it R. 3 di? .M ' 5 ,ff Lisa Clark Gordon Clough Raymond Clough Candace Combs: Fresh. Basketball-13 F.H.A.-13 Intramurals-2,3. Cellissa Cook: Advisory Committee-45 Fresh. Basketball-13 Color Guard-23 Cross-country-35 Gymnastics- 1,2,3,4g Intramurals-1,23 Nat. Ath. Sch. Soc.-3,43 Nat'l Honor Soc. 45 Project Challenge-1,2,3,4g Jr. Prom-2,3,4p Jr. Rotarians-43 Senior Play-43 Ski Team Mgr.-33 Tennis-23 Varsity "S" Club-3,4.- "Follow your heart and your dreams will be easier to reach . . . " Rita Coutu: Advisory Committee-43 Color Guard-25 Cross-country-3,43 Field Hockey Mgr.-23 Musicals-43 Nat'l Ath. Sch. Soc.-3,43 Orchestra-43 Project Challenge-3,43 Jr. Prom-2,3,4g Jr. Rotarian-43 Senior Play-43 Ski Team-2,3,4g Student Council-2,33 Tennis-2,3,4g Varsity "S" Club-2,3,4.' "There is a posi- tive side and a negative side: at each moment you decide , . """ .MN va'-J fyffff sf' nj, Candace Combs Cellissa Cook Sindie Courtemanche af? Lorna Chicoine David Cloutier lk Alan Collins W. W., Rita Coutu P lStephen Dalton Marie Davis Q' ' 'IAQ , vqtn V. 4 if J Qi J lx H L 1 'dj 'Z , -.4v I Q, i s gyyy J Donna Desmarais Raymond Dubreuil os ia Ernest Dansereau Michael Day Martha Dole Ronald Ferguson 1 Pamela Dansereau Pamela Dansereau: Band-1,2,3g Vars. Basketball-1,2,3g Field Hockey- 13 Project Challenge-3. Elisa Davenport: Choir-1,2,3g Fresh. Basketball-13 Notables-35 Jr, Prom-33 Jr. Rotarians-43 Red 81 Black Editors-45 Tennis-3,43 Track- lg St. PauI's Qualifier-33 Home Room Rep,-1,2.- "Envy is the art of counting others blessings and not your own." ' " Marie Davis: F.H.A.-3,43 Intramurals-2g Jr. Prom-3,45 Senior Play.- "Accept me as who I am and not who you want me to beg let me be happy with what I want and not what you want me to be happy with Donna Desmarais: F.H.A.-15 Red 81 Black Bus. Staff-1, Martha Dole: DECA Club-45 Intramurals-1,25 Jr, Librarian-1,2,3g Pep Club-2,33 Jr. Prom-35 Science Club-25 F.B.L.A,-1,2,3. Raymond Dubreuilg J.V. Baseball-2,3. Tonya Fletcher Bonnie Fluette Tonya Fletcher: F.H.A.-33 Gymnastics-1,2,3,4g Project Challenge-1,23 Jr. Prom-33 Red 81 Black Workstaff-12,33 Senior Play-43 Tennis- 2,3,4- "I have learned that to be alone with those I like is enough." Bonnie Fluette: Choir-1,2,3,4g Musicals-45 Notables-43 Jr. Prom-33 Senior Play-4-"The best way to destroy an enemy is to change him into a friend." Sandra Foss: Advisory Committee-43 Vars. Basketball-33 Field Hockey- 2,3,4g Math Team-2,3,4g Project Challenge-3,45 Stentor-2g Student Council-3,43 Varsity "S" Club-3,4- "Real love begins when nothing is expected in return." Rita Gagne: "Please be patient . . . God isn't finished with me yet." Vivian Gardini: Gymnastics-13 Field Hockey-13 Project Challenge-15 Science Club-13 Track-1,2. James Garneau: Choir-1,2,3,4g All States Musicals-43 Band-1,2,3,4g Drama Club-43 Musicals-43 Red 84 Black Workstaff-43 Red Peppers- 1,2,3,43 Senior Play-43 Stevenaires-3,45 Student Council-3,4- t'Give your best to the world, and the best will come back to you." K l Sandra Foss Pamela Gagnon l a .s James Garneau 1"X' J, Patti Germond ann' Rita Gagne l i K7 l l Vivian Gardini Mary Geary Cynthia Gierko 109 Lisa Giguere if Karen Godfrey ? en-pr l H f 5 1 IL, Rose Guerrin 43" -435: M . ,-." I Timothy Halevan 110 Keith Girard MW? Audrey Granger Richard Haines Lawrence Hall Lisa Giguere: Choir-2,3,4p Vars. Cheerleaders-1,2g Class Sec.-25 Drama Club-43 Gymnastics-1,2,3,4g Majorettes-43 Musicals-1,43 Notables-3,43 Jr. Prom-2,35 Red 81 Black Workstaff-1,2,3,4g Tennis- 3,45 Senior Play-45 Student Council-1,2,3,4g Varsity "S" Club-1,2, 3,4g- "God evidently does not intend us all to be rich, or powerful, or great, but He does intend us all to be friends . . Keith Girard: DECA Club-33 Jr. Prom-35 Tennis-25 Track 2. Rose Guerrin: J.V. Basketball-1,25 DECA Club-33 Gymnastics-15 Field Hockey-1,25 Intramurals-3,45 Project Challenge-1,2,3,43 Jr. Prom-35 Track-2,3,43- "The happiest people seem to be those who have no particular cause for being happy except that they are so." Edward Hallock Emily Hanson Timothy Halevanc Boy's State-35 Nat'l Honor Soc. - 3,4. Edward Hallock: DECA Club-3,4-"To err is humang to forgive is divine." Emily Hanson: "The good and the wise lead quiet lives." Timothy Hardy: "The greatest pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do." Peter Harrigan: Choir-3,43 Band-3,43 Boy's State-33 Soc.-3,43 Red and Black Editors-45 Red Peppers-45 Senior Play-43 Stevenaires-3,45 Student Council-4-"All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances. and one man in in his time plays many parts." Lynn Hastings: Choir-2,3,4p Advisory Committee-43 Band-1,2,3,4, Bas- ketball mgr.-2,3g Intramurals-33 Musical-4, Nat. Ath. Sch. Soc.-3, Notables-3,43 Jr. Prom-33 Red 81 Black Editors-43 Red 84 Black Work Staff, Red Peppers-45 Science Club-15 Senior Play-4, "A friend is one who knows you as you are, understands where you've been, accepts who you've become, and still, gently invites you to grow." Peter Haynes: Band-1,23 Track-3. Alison Hathaway Peter Haynes Carolyn Head: Advisory Committee-4, J.V. Basketball-1, Vars. Bas- ketball-2, F.H.A.-33 Field Hockey-1,23 Project Challenge-1,2,3,4g Ski Team mgr.-3, Track-1, Varsity "S" Club-43 'My friend is not perfect, nor am I. We suit each other admirably . . Joseph Helie: "l never let my schooling interfere with my education." Terry Holt: Stentor-2. Linda Hood: Color Guard-2. i-JF' - Peter Hanson X '79 Peter Harrigan Carolyn Head g. .5 i Elf H it 3 4.7 P lr P l . . ,. . ,H Terry Holt Timothy Hardy M' Lynn Hastings Joseph Helie ,aww-M. ,nab Linda Hood 111 4 N, 'MS 4' . AF' 1 Q I Patti Houghton Keith Janelle Edward Jarvis Sheri Jarvis 112 Marshall Howe Susan Hutchins Susan Jackson Patti Houghton: Cross-country-3,43 Drama Club-43 Nat. Ath. Sch. Soc.-3,43 Nat.'l Honor Soc.-3,43 Red Sl Black Editors-43 Track-2,3,4g Varsity "S" Club.- "lf you can imagine it, you can achieve it. If you can dream it, you can become it." Ward Susan Hutchins: Project Challenge-2,3.- "The only real freedom is that which one finds in his heart." Susan Jackson: Advisory Committee-43 Band-13 J.V. Cheerleader-23 Vars. Cheerleader-2,3,43 Gymnas- tics-1,23 Field Hockey-23 Intramurals-3,45 Project Challenge-1,2,3g Jr. Prom-35 Senior Play-43 Track- 2.- "lt's nice to be important but more important to be nice.' Keith Janelle: Fresh. Baseball-13 J.V. Basketball-23 Vars. Basketball-2,33 Vars. Football-25 Intra- murals-2,3,43 Soccer-13 Tennis-2,3,4g Varsity "S" Club-2,3,4.-"I would take my fun anywhere I could find it." Sheri Jarvis: "There is no greater invitation to love than in loving first." Anita Jewell Ann Johnson David Johnson V W. ,.,4 ' i - i "f V F F by 'qw ,V, A y K Patricia Johnson Vicki Johnson Ricky Kainu Patricia Johnson: Fresh. Basketball-13 Vars. Basketball-23 Vars. Cheerleaders-23,43 Varsity Softball-23,45 Intramurals-2,3,4g Pep Club-13 Red 81 Black Bus. Staff-3,43 Science Club-13 Senior Play-43 Varsity "S" Club-3,4. - "l believe the deepest impression is made in those moments when I can care. Vicki Johnson: Fresh. Basketball-13 J.V. Basketball-23 Field Hockey-1,2,3g Nat'l Honor Soc.-33 Jr. Prom-35 Senior Play-43 Student Council-1,2g Varsity "S" Club-2 - "lt's not that you do something for someone, it's that you be something for someone." Ricky Kainu: Boy's State-3. - "Better by far you should forget and smile than that you should remember and be sad." Richard Kanto: J.V. Baseball-23 Vars. Baseball-3,43 Fresh. Basketball-1: J.V. Basketball-23 Vars. Basket- ball-3g Boy's State-33 Fresh. Football-13 Vars. Football-2,3,4g Intramurals-1,2,3,43 Jr. Prom-3. Phillip Kinson: Fresh. Football-13 Stentor-25 U.N. Model AssembIyA3. Gloria LaCasse: DECA Club43. - "Let the good times roll." Alan LaCIair: "Do not follow where the path leadsg rather go where there is no path and leave a trail." Lisa LaCIair: Chess Club-43 Cross Country-33 Drama Club-43 Gymnastics-2,3,4g Intramurals-2,3,43 Nat. Ath. Sch. Soc.-3,45 Nat'l Honor Soc.-3,43 Senior Play-43 Track-2,3,43 Varsity "S" Club-2,3,4. - "Vidi Vivi, Vincti." Stanley LaCroix: "All l want is less things to do and more time to do them." Michael LaFont: Class Vice-Presfl. - "A wise man sees as much as he aught, not as much as he can." flff' ' Mfr' L Alan Laglair Lisa LaCIair Stanley LaCroix Richard Kanto sf t wrt' 1 Phillip Kinson ..P rs., ' Ai' ' ,::' is X 'W , FIA: , ., in . lf, 3-. rg ' ' r ,317 .. n' v ,'.Z i j , S . W 'ligftl " if Hi M .affiv ' ff , 55 gif 1 i E :V A Gloria LaCasse Michael LaFont Richard LaFont ,, , at I I l. Suzette Latouche - ix' 4112 Nancy LeBlanc Lisa Lemieux ,W Beth LaFountain Beth Landry Richard LaFont: "lt seems to be right to joke about but not to be joked against. . Beth LaFountain: Field Hockey-13 Senior Play-4. - "Life is but a seed waiting to grow. All you must do is plant it!" Beth Landry: J.V. Cheerleader-23 Vars, Cheerleader-2,3,43 Class Sec.-3,43 F.H.A.-33 Gymnastics-1,23 Intramurals-2,3,43 Pep Club-15 Project Challenge-1,2,3,4g Jr, Prom-3. - "When I finally got it all together I forgot where I put it . . Brenda LaRoche: Choir-1,2,3,4p All State Musicals-3,43 Band-1,2,3,4g Drama Club-43 Math Team-13 Musicals-43 Orchestra-2,3,4g Jr. Prom-33 Red Peppers-2,3,4g Senior Play-4: St. Paul's Qualifier-33 Stevenaires- 3,4. - "Music is my master, and he plays second flute to no one." Suzette Latouche: J.V. Basketball-23 Gymnastics-1,2,3,4g Intramurals- 2,3,4g Jr. Prom-35 Senior Play-45 Track-1,2. - "Go confidently in the directions of your dreams." Nancy LeBlanc: Advisory Committee-43 Math Team-1,2,3,4g Nat'l Honor Soc.-3,43 Red 84 Black Editor-43 Senior Play-43 St. PauI's Qualifier-35 Stentor-23 Student Council-23,43 Track Manager-2. - "Work is the greatest thing in the world: so we should save some of it for tomorrow." Linda LeCIair: Advisory Committee-43 J.V. Cheerleader-23 Vars. Cheerleader-1,43 Drama Club-43 Gymnastics-1,2,3,4p Intramurals- 2,3,4g Jr. Librarian-2,3,4g Project Challenge-1,2,3,43 Jr. Prom-33 Senior Play-45 Student Council-1. - "I love smiles and happiness but most of all I love life . . Lisa Lemieux: Stentor-23 Tennis-2. - "Our faults irritate us most when we see them in others." Michael Lemieux: Jr. Prom-33 Senior Play-4. - "Take me not for what I am, but for what I could be." Brenda LaRoche i Beth LeBlanc Linda LeCIair Michael Lemieux new-K Q P. 1 A 3 Daniel Lesnick l Ronald Lique G. Tammy Lurvey 'df vs ffi Beth Magnuson l ,Q - Sandra Lessard Lauri Levesque Sandra Lessard: DECA-4. - "Do not follow where the path leadsg rather, go where there is no path and leave a trail," Lauri Levevesque: J.V. Cheerleader-2,33 Vars. Cheerleader-43 Gym- nastics-1,2,3g Intramurals-2,3,4g Project Challenge-1,2,3,43 Senior Play-4. - "No life is so hard that you can't make it easier with a smile iv Audrey Libby: Intramurals-1,33 Red 81 Black Bus. Staff-43 Senior Play-43 St. Paul's Qualifier-3. - "lf you share and show you care, then your life shall never lack a friend." Ronald Lique: Fresh. Baseball-13 Gymnastics-33 Intramurals-3,43 Student Council-3,43 Track-1. Karen Lumbra: "After the Rain . . . the Rainbow." Tammy Lurvey: Track-1. - "Engage your brain before putting your mouth into gear." Catherine MacKenzie: Vars. Cheerleader-33 Drama Club-43 Field Hockey-1,25 Jr. Librarian-33 Project Challenge-1,2,3,43 Jr. Prom-33 Red 81 Black Work Staff-1,23 Senior Play-43 Student Council-1,2, Varsity "S" Club. - "Kitty" . . . . . but first they must catch you . . Beth Magnuson: Choir-1,2,3,4g Band-2,3,4g Vars. Basketball Mgr.- 2,33 Drama Club-43 Musicals-43 Notables-33 Jr. Prom-3g Senior Play-43 Track-2. - "Strangers are friends that you have yet to meet." Peter Marro: Band-25 Class Pres.-23,43 Intramurals-2,3,4g Musicals- 1,43 Nat. Ath. Sch. Soc.-3,43 Nat'l Honor Soc.-3,43 Project Challenge- 1,2,3,4g Jr. Prom-33 Red 81 Black Work Staff-4: Soccer-l,2,3,4g St. Paul's Adv. Study-3: Varsity "S" Club-43 Jr. Rotarian-43 1978 Class Marshall-3. - "lf you do not understand my silence you will not understand my words." Audrey Libby gl? if fl' - - 4 - -, Karen Lumbra ? Catherine MacKenzie Peter Marro i 1' lj 'gii I E V 4 . . VE ., . wi- it it Brad Martell William Matheson Charles Maxfield Donna Merchant Brad Martell: Fresh. Basketball-15 J.V. Baseball-2 Fresh. Football-13 Soccer 2.4. William Matheson: Fresh. Baseball-lp J.V. Base ball-23 Vars. Baseball-3,43 Fresh. Basketball-1 lntramurals-1.2.3. - "Tyke." Charles Maxfield: Vars. Baseball-43 Fresh. Basket ball-15 J,V. Basketball-23 Vars. Basketball-3,43 Intramurals-2,3,43 Nat. Ath. Sch. Soc.-43 Jr. Rotarian-43 Tennis-1,2,3g Vars. "S" Club-3.4. A ffl Edward Mercier Serena Mercier Edward Mercier: Intramurals-2.3.43 Nat. Ath. Sch. Soc.-3,43 Project Challenge-13,43 Jr. Rotarians-43 Senior Play-4g Soccer-1.23.43 Track-1,2,3,4g U.N. Model Assembly-3,45 Vars. "S" Club-3,43 Model Congress-4. Serena Mercier: Project Challenge-43 Track-4. - "I look toward the future, because that is where I plan to spend the rest of my life." Sarah Michaud: Vars. Cheerleader-3,45 Gym- nastics-23 Jr. Librarian-4: Jr. Prom-33 Red 81 Black Work Staff-1,2,33 Student Council-1. - "The curve of a smile can set a lot of things straight." l' A -Q-' X ' ,,,6,,,,, 'Q I WA 5 7 Peter Monette Philip Methot Sarah Michaud Joseph Monette f ' 5 ' lv V ' ,.s' ri "ax I if 2 ,nf ,Q ya William Monette Terri Mongeon Russell Morrow Suzanne Morrow Terri Mongeon: F.H.A.-1,25 F.T.A.-1,2,33 St Paul's Qualifier-3g Tennis Manager-2,3. Russell Morrow: J.V. Baseball-43 Vars. Football 2,3,4. Suzanne Morrow: Fresh. Basketball-13 Vars Basketball-23 Intramurals-2,3,43 Musicals-1 Jr. Prom-33 Vars. Softball-2,3,4. Barbara Nelson: Drama Club-45 F.H.A.-4. - "School is a nice place to visit . . . but only once in a while!" KQNN Jeffrey Morse - ni- 1 Glenora Murray l' Teresa 0'CIair: Advisory Committee-43 Musicals- 4g Jr. Prom-33 Senior Play-4. - "lt matters not how long l live but how well." David O'Hara: Vars. Baseball-1,2,3,4g J.V. Basket- ball-23 Vars. Basketball-33 Boys' State-33 Fresh. Football-13 Vars. Football-2,3,4g Intramurals- 1,2,3,4g Nat. Ath. Sch. Soc.-43 Vars. "S" Club- 3,4. - "Baseball is my life-l'm white not black." William O'Shea: Vars. Baseball-13 J.V. Basket- ball-2,3g Vars. Basketball-1,43 Project Challenge-35 Jr. Prom-21 Soccer-1,2,3,4g Tennis-2,3. Barbara Nelson Teresa 0'Clair David O'Hara William O'Shea 'A ,, Lori Ouellette Bonnie Patten rn--.'1'f'P Susan Perras ff' Roger Pinsonault ,fi Rickey Patch Scott Peabody: Class Vice-Pres.-2,3,4p Fresh. Football-13 Vars, Football-2,3,4g Intramurals-1,2,3,4g Project Challenge-3,43 Jr. Prom-3. Susan Perras: Band-2,33 Gymnastics-1,2g Intramurals-23 Math Team- 1,2,33 Nat'l Honor Soc.-3,43 St. PauI's Adv. Study-35 Student Council- 2,3g Track-2. - "Eat and drink for tomorrow we may die." Louise Perron: Project Challenge-1. Roger Pinsonault: Fresh. Baseball-13 Fresh. Basketball-13 J.V. Basketball-23 DECA Club-3,43 Intramurals-2,33 Track-3. Alfred Pomiecko: Vars. Basketball-4. Scott Peabody x 4.x S 5 , . Louise Perron - Michelle Plourde Dennis Poisson Alfred Pomiecko Margaret Prinn -1 --pw Jane Quelch 1 l Karen Ricker - Teresa Robbins Margaret Prinn: J.V. Cheerleader-13 Gymnastics-1,2,3g Field Hockey- 1,2,3p Jr. Librarian-1,2,3,4g Nat. Ath. Sch. Soc.-33 Project Challenge- 1,2,3p Senior Play-43 Student Council-43 Varsity "S" Club. - "When you have to take the blame, make sure you've had the fun!" Alexander Puksta: Choir-1,2,3,4p All State Musicals-1,2,3,4g Boy's State-33 Musicals-43 Jr. Prom-3,43 Red 81 Black Work Staff-43 Red Peppers-1,2,3g Senior Play-43 Student Council-2,3,4g Model Con- gress-3. Jane Quelch: Advisory Committee-43 F.T.A.-23 Nat'l Honor Soc.-3,4. - "Friendships are made to last through thick and thin and the pas- sing of time." Olney Quimby: Chess Club 43 Math Team-3,43 Track-4. Barbara Rietscha: Advisory Committee-43 Intramurals-43 Project Challenge-3,45 Jr. Prom-33 Red 8. Black Editors-43 Senior Play-43 Student Council-33 Tennis-2,3,4, - "Don't look away from the world: give yourself to it." Teresa Robbins: DECA Club-3,43 F.H.A.-1,2,-'13 Jr, Librarian-1. Donald Roberts: Fresh. Football-lg Track-2. Patricia Roman: Band-45 Vars. Basketball Mgr-1,23 Cross-Country-3,43 Girl's State-35 Math Team-2,33 Nat. Ath. Sch. Soc.-43 Nat'l Honor Soc.- 3,43 Jr. Rotarians-43 Ski Team-3,43 Stentor-23 Track Mgr.-23 Track-3,43 Varsity "S" Club-4. Tracy Rondeau: Vars. Basketball Mgr.-33 F.T.A.-2. - "Better by far that you should forget and smile than that you should remember and be sffijmfwjapdgf sf"fv'5"' tim sad." - Donald Roberts Patricia Roman ff' Alexander Puksta Olney Quimby ' tb If-. ,,..,.,w. Barbara Rietscha Tracy Rondeau Christopher Rosinski l' 4 1 l Judith Ruetz Christopher Rosinski: "Still waters run deep." Karen Rouillard: Advisory Committee-43 Basket- ball-lg Project Challenge-1,23 Senior Play-45 Student Council- 1,2,3,4. - "It's better to forgive and smile if you can't forget." Robert Rouillard: Cross Country-lg Intramurals- 1,2,3,4g Soccer-3,43 Track-1,2. e "Where you come from is not nearly as important as where you are going." - Karen Rouillard 1" 11 Lisa St. Aubin 'NTTW7 Christine Donna Schettino Jeffrey Schneider atm'-hw Robert Rouillard David Royce 1 Pbx ff? N.. St. Pierre Melanie Sanborn David Royce: Vars. Baseball-1,2,3,4g Fresh. Football-15 J.V. Football-23 Vars, Football-2. Judith Ruetz: "A smile is a mere sign of hope." Lisa St. Aubin: Track Mgr.-1. - "If you have love you have everything." Melanie Sanborn: Nat'l Honor Society-3,45 Jr. Promf3g Softball-3. - "No person who has once heartily and wholly laughed can be altogether irreclaimably bad," Jeffrey Schneider: Project Challenge-2,33 Boys' Ski Team-1,2,3. . fi eat' fit? Jay Shattuck John Shostak .1 .- :Z M if 'w rf J. i j: j r 2 .. 45.5 -H' ,L " D , A . 5 5, -st... Q.. .L g i ,lv . H . is 1 " t ' . i ws., P T2 1.4 ,h . . QV - . A he he A ay . viii I KK U ,lg . 5:1 , QSM. .t -12 !.. '-'QUE A V V. i, I. .',,x:,, Michael Sievert Peter Simoneau Jay Shattuck: DECA Club-3,4. John Shostak: A Cappella Choir-23,43 Advisory Committee-43 All N.E, Musicals-43 All-State Musi- cals-3,4g Band43,4g Chorus-2,3,4g Drama Club-43 Math Team-2,35 Musicals-43 Red 81 Black Bus. Staff-43 Red 8i Black Work Staff-43 Red 81 Black Homeroom Rep-23 Science Club-13 Stentor-23 Stevenaires-2,3,4g Track-2,33 Applicant for All- Eastern Musicals, Conducting-43-"Tyrants authority, for crime and a fool's excuse for fail- ure." Ambrose Bierce. Victoria Sicard: Advisory Committee-43 Band- Theo Spanos 1,2,3p Musicals-1,43 Orchestra-1,2,3,4g Project Challenge-1,2,3,4p Jr. Prom-3,45 Jr. Rotarians-43 Red 81 Black Editors-45 Red 8. Black Homeroom Rep.-43 St. Paul's Qualifier-33 Senior Play-43 l Tennis-2,31 - "Do not reject what you do not understand: for with understanding there may be acceptance . . . 9!25!76." Charlene Sievert: Advisory Committee-43 Color Guard-23 Intramurals-23 Jr. Prom-33 Science Club-15 Senior Play-43 Track-23 "We do not remember days: we remember moments." Michael Sievert: lntramurals-2,3,4g Project Challenge-1,3,43 Jr. Prom'3g Track-2 - "What appears to be the end may really be a new beginning." Carolyn Sprague - Victoria Sicard 'Hs .f f an A if Charlene Sievert fit K 7- 1 Heidi Sirois Joseph Smead Heidi Sirois: Fresh. Basketball-13 J.V. Cheer- learders-25 Class Pres.-13 Project Challenge- 2,3,4p Jr. Prom-3g Senior Play-43 Track-2. - "I can resist anything but temptation." Theo Spanos: Band-1,2,3g Vars. Basketball- 1,2,3g Varsity "S" Club-3.43 Math Team-13 Nar. Ath. Sch. Soc. -3,43 Nat'l Honor Society-3,43 Orchestra-2,3,4g Jr, Rotarians-43 Red 81 Black Editors-43 St. Paul's Advanced Study-33 Student Council-2,33 Track-13 - 'iliat Fig Newtonsf' Carolyn Sprague: Cross-Country-1,2,3,4g Nat. Ath. Sch. Soc.-3,43 Jr. Rotarians-43 Red A Black Editors-45 Girls Ski Team-23 Track-1,2,3,4g Varsity "S" Club-3,4g Youth 81 Govt-43 St. Joseph's Sports Award-4 - "lf your heart is full of love, then you always have something to give." Lori Stillson: Vars. Basketball-1,2,3,4, Cross Country-1, Field Hockey-1,2,3,4g Intramurals- 2,3,43 Nat. Ath. Sch. Soc.-3,45 Project Challenge- 1,2,3,4g Jr. Prom-3,43 Jr. Rotarians-43 Senior Play-43 Softball-2,3,4g Student Council-1,23 Track-13 Varsity "S" Club-1,2,3,4. - "Those who wish to sing will find a song." Katherine Stoughton: Band-1,25 Vars. Basketball- 1,2,3,4g Field Hockey-1,2,3,4g Intramurals- 1,2,3,43 Math Team-13 Nat. Ath. Ach. Soc.-3,43 Nat'l Honor Society-3,43 Project Challenge- 1,2,3,43 Jr. Rotarians-43 Senior Play-43 St. Paul's Adv. Study-35 Student Council-2, Softball-3,45 Track-1,23 Varsity "S" Club-3,43 St. Joseph's Sports Award-4. - "Success is not winning nor losing but a feeling inside after trying your best, enjoying your work, caring for people, and loving life with all its beauty." Lori Stillson Katherine Stoughton Scott Stowell: Intramurals-43 Senior Play-4. - "A Wild and Crazy Guy!" James Tebo: Fresh. Football-13 J.V. Football-2, Vars. Football-3,43 Intramurals-1,2,3,43 Track- 1,2,3,4. Edward Tenney: Vars. Basketball-3,43 Boy's State-33 Intramurals-33 Nat. Ath. Sch. Soc.-3,4. Ricky Thibault: Fresh. Basketball-13 J.V. Basket- ball-25 Vars. Basketball-33 Fresh. Football-15 J.V. Football-25 Vars. Football-3. Scott Thivierge: DECA Club-4. - "A friend is one who comes in when the whole world has gone out and when it happens, hold him with both hands." Jon Tierney: Boys' State-35 Cross-Country-2,3,4g Nat. Ath. Sch. Soc.-3,4 Project Challenge-1,2,3,4g Red 84 Black Bus. Staff-43 Science Club-13 Boys Ski Team-1,25 Track-2,3,4g UN Model Assembly- 3,43 Varsity "S" Club-2.3,-43 Model Congress-45 Youth 81 Gov't-4. 1 qi, dr- , Scott Stowell Mark Tatro James Tebo Edward Tenney orsi A ' Zvi 11" k' f T ' J , I, x vh., ,J . rl. L Ricky Thibault Scott Thivierge Jon Tierney Pamela Tilton 5 Michael Trottier: Boys State-33 Math Team-33 Stentor-2. - "To conform is dull." Jason Twitchell: Vars. Baseball-1,2,3,4g Vars. Basketball-3,43 Fresh. Football-13 Vars. Football- 2,3,4g Jr. Prom-33 Varsity "S" Club-3,43 1978 Class Marshall-3. Jon Wakeman: Fresh. Baseball-13 Cross-Country-23 Fresh. Football-15 Intramurals-1,2,3,4p Project Challenge-1,2,3,4g Jr. Prom-33 Boys' Ski Team- 1,2,3,4g Varsity "S" Club-1,2,3,4. - "When a friend asks, there is no tomorrow." 1 'nr Jason Twitchell Ann Weber 'O Drama Club-43 l Lynette Trepanier Michael Trottier --dur 4' 49 'P ar Tammie Vashaw Q Carol Webster Owen Wadleigh vw Johannah Weitkunat Ann Weber: A Capella Choir-2,3,4p Advisory Committee-43 Band-1,2,3,4g Chorus-2,3,4g Musicals-45 Orchestra-23,43 Red 81 Black Bus. Staff-43 Red Peppers-2,3,4g Stevenaires-43 Tennis-2. - "Music is a universal language." Carol Webster: Fresh. Basketball-13 Field Hockey- 2,3,4g Intramurals-2,3,43 Pep Club-13 Project Challenge-1,2,3,43 Jr, Prom-33 Senior Play-43 Varsity "S" Club-4. - "Do not put off until tomorrow what may be enjoyed today." Johannah Weitkunat: DECA-43 Senior Play-4. - "The devil made me do it." Paula Welch: F.H.A.-1. 3 A lx - ,gg . H- - 3 A ZZ' v ik' or X., j Jon Wakeman l Paula Welch Donald Westover: .l.V. Baseball-23 Intramurals-23 Project Challenge- 1,2,3,4. Kenneth White: Cross-Country-33 Soccer-1,23 Track-2,3. Laurie White: Fresh. Baseball-13 J.V. Basketball-13 Vars. Basketball- 2,3,43 Field Hockey-35 lntramurals-2,3,43 Nat. Ath. Sch. Soc.-3,43 Project Challenge-1,2,3,43 Varsity "S" Club-3,43 Softball-2,43 - "I am an individualg there's no one else like me." Marcia White: Cross-Country-3,43 Red 84 Black Work Staff-43 Senior Play-45 Track-23,43 Varsity "S" Club-4. - "What appears to be the end may really be a new beginning." Mark White: DECA Club-3,4. - "All I need isjust one hit to get me by." Jane Wilson: J.V. Basketball-13 Vars. Basketball-2,3,4g Class Sect- Treasurer-lg Field Hockey-1,2,3,4g Intramurals-23,43 Nat. Ath. Sch. Soc.-33 Project Challenge-1,2,3,43 Red 84 Black Work Staff-43 Senior Play-43 Student Council-23 Varsity "S" Club-2,3,4. - "Friend- ship is eternal. Some aspects may change but not the essence." Lori Wilson: A Capella Choir-1,2,3,43 Advisory Committee-45 Band- 1,2,3,4g Chorus-1,2,3,4g Drama Club-43 Musicals-43 Notables-3,43 Orchestra-2,3,4g Jr. Prom-35 Red 84 Black Bus. Staff-43 Red Peppers- 1,2,3,43 Senior Play-43 Track-23 interstate Wind Ensemble-43 O.G.C. Council-3.4. - "The main thing in life is not to be afraid to be human." and I John 434. Judith Witham: "When I realize l'm snowbound, I will stop and look around to understand that finally l am where l should be found." as W Jane Wilson Lori Wilson Thy Gloria West Kenneth White Wham? Marcia White Patricia Wilson .AMVMW uw 'mf' 'X U ' '. 7' v ., , i ? F it V 1 .... S ' . -V lllll f ...gl ' llii J , W, 5' J W' ...Jil 'l fi!-E if iv. I M., ,,...... E lli ..- T ..:.. W L... Donald Westover Laurie White Mark White Judith Witham Donald Woodman 17 Jennifer Zullo Louis Zullo Donald Woodman: DECA Club- 3,42 Intramurals- 23 Pep Club- 3,4. Linda Young: Advisory Committee- 43 Math Team- 2. Kevin Yurek: Fresh. Football- 13 J.V. Football- 23 Intramurals- 2,32 Project Challenge- 1,2,3,4Q Tennis- 3,4. Jennifer Zullo: Fresh. Basketball- 13 FHA- 33 Field Hockey- 1,23 Student Council- 1. - "Jealousy and greed are both a child's game. Some of us grow up and some of us stay the same." Louis Zullo: Fresh. Baseball- 13 J.V. Baseball- 23 Fresh. Basketball- 13 J.V. Basketball- 2,33 Vars. Basketball- 4g Fresh. Football- 13 Vars. Football- 2,3,43 Intramurals- 1,2,3,43 Varsity "S" Club- 2,3,4. - "There are so many tangles in life that we have no appropriate sword other than laughter. - The gates of excellence are surrounded by a sea of sweat." Jeffrey Wright Linda Young A Special Place for Y' agp Kevin Yurek '.-FQ? hu... Raymond Johnson O S , Most Artistic Most Absent-Minded -l N Dan Alvarez, Patti Houghton John Shostak, missingg Alison Hathaway Most Athletic FAVORITES Color: Blue Subject: Open Study Dave O'Hara, Lori Stillson FAVORITES Song: "Le Freak' Group: Foreigner Most Dependable Most Enthusiastic Peter Harrigan Nancy LeBlanc Sue Jackson, Alex Puksta FAVORITE Sig ma , Bm Ein Most Popular Linda LeCIair, Bill O'Shea Most Respected Most Serious ' .- i David Cloutier, Theo Spanos Steve Quimby, Jane Quelch FAVORITE Best All-Round FAVORITE SJ R i fiiii X5 Qi Sport Jason Twitchell, Kathy Stoughton Car Best Built Best Dressed 4 I - Beth LaFountain, Louis Zullo Bimbo Dansereau. JOAVIH Boone , K Nix, . L iv Best Looking Class Clowns ,, ,... ,,.-v-'W' A i i Beth Landry' Scott peabody Scott Stowell, Margaret Prinn FAVORITE flflliw MQQELQQ QQ:-2 Cartoon Character Class Partiers Class Flirts ? I - Brian Booth, Lauri Levesque Friendliest Jennifer Zullo, Phillip Kinson - Sandy Foss, Mike Sievert ll 'nw '4 :fx ff? I.-. X Kqk- I I ., , O' I 53,5 fo. Q ii ' 3 - 4 2 ae-'p , ,. ,, . ,xi S, X 'P l " i ' I n ' ll f i ln 2 L ' Q .4 1 gf , I 1 F 1 1 f U 2 X W, -,. I X an U9 I , , . , , fi 1.15 I g,, Vj'f " . sl, ' ja. I ,QQ-, ', ., , an f 1 s rv ff ' , s STEVENS WELCOMES: Mr- Favaia Mr. Provencal Mr. Anderson Diversified Occupations Mathematics Chemistry if -1--M... STEVENS THANKS: iugq, Mr. Raymond W. LeBouthiIIier for 22 years of dedication to our school and FOUNDATION MEMBER Mr 81 Mrs Charles Johnson SUSTAINING MEMBERS Marlo 81 Helena Alvarez M D s 81 Mrs Howard R Anderson 81 Mrs Raymond R Johnson 84 Mrs Harold Levesque 81 Mrs Robert E Slcard Mrs Mary Thlbodeau Arlo 81 Mary Whlte CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS 84 Mrs 84 Mrs 84 Mrs 81 Mrs Mlchael 81 84 Mrs 81 Mrs 84 Mrs 81 Mrs Omer C Ahern Harold F Balley Jr Raymond E Bodeur Roland Bolsclalr Lucllle Boyle Raymond J Burbee Theodore Burr Robert Cloutler Gerald R Combs Mrs Susan B Cook 84 Mrs 81 Mrs 84 Mrs 81 Mrs 81 Mrs 81 Mrs Mr 81 Mrs Marcel Coutu Rlchard J Dubreull Bernard E Fluette Harold Fordham Robert Garneau John Glerko Francls J Glguere S Mr 81 Mrs Donald A Glrard Mr 81 Mrs Leo E Harrigan Nell 81 Bette Hastlngs Mrs Ivan Head Mr St Mrs Royal Houghton Mr 81 Mrs Mllton Jewell Walter 81 Marllyn Johnson 81 Mrs 81 Mrs 81 Mrs 84 Mrs 81 Mrs 81 Mrs Paul LaCasse Robert Landry Armand LaRoche Roger LaTouche Frank LeBlanc Jr Louls LeBlanc Romeo 81 Sandra Lemleux Mr 84 Mrs NlcholasC Marro Dr 84 Mrs Robert Maxfleld Roland gl Roberta Morrow Donald E O Clalr A W Peabody Moyor Charles 81 Lorraine Puksta 81 Mrs Donald B Rletscha 81 Mrs Nelson H Rondeau 81 Mrs Ted Roulllard Jr 81 Mrs Lawrence St Aubln 84 Mrs John Schettlno Jr Robert 81 Ruth Schnelder Mr 81 Mrs W James Slevert Charles 81 Joy Spanos Edward J 81 Joan K Tenny Mr 81 Mrs Wllllam P Tlerney Mr 81 Mrs Harry Vashaw Mr 81 Mrs Robert A Whlte Sr . . . 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' . 100 CLUB Class 1979 Class of 1980 Class of 1981 Class 1982 N C Marro Plumblng 81 Heatlng Supply Co lnc SUSTAINING MEMBERS Claremont National Bank Connecticut River Bank Connectlcut Valley Electric Co Supt 81 Mrs George F Dlsnard Ed s Equipment Service Chlef Bud Fltch General Auto Salvage Co Hltchln Post lndlan Head Natlonal Bank Loyal Order of the Moose Lodg P 84 C Food Markets Slnclalr Machlne Products Inc Town 81 Country Realty CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS A 8tAJ Hutcheon Inc Agel Corman Furniture Co Agway Feed 81 Farm Supplies Frank Allen s Farm Market Amerlcan Plate Glass Co Inc Annette s Beauty Salon Arnolds Motor Lodge Robert B Averill e 31201 Dr Thomas Bacon Barnes Roulllard 81 McPherson Inc Blam s Auto Servlce George s Boccla Frult Store Dr 81 Mrs Joseph Bouchard Buckley 81 Zopf CAttorneys at Lawj Bucko s Pharmacy Butcher Block Calano Carroll Cosmetics Christopher Parke Realty Cnty Bank 81 Trust Claremont Beef Co Inc Claremont Gas Llght Co Claremont Savings Bank Clear Mountain Sports Colonial Florlst Cross Baking Company Mrs Arnold Cutting Dan s Shoes Dean Hlll Motors Inc Ezersky s Hardware Dr 81 Mrs Phlllp D Estabrook Fashion Boutique Wllllam Ferrlter M D The Fmlshlng Touch Fletcher Real Estate Fred Allen Jewelers Frederick s Hadley lndustrles Inc Halr Fashuons by Kenneth Hank s Llttle Store of ' ' ' ' of ' n ' ' ' . The Corner Book Shop David Heller Co Highview Realty Thomas Hillebrand D M D Howe Motors Inc H 8t R Block Inc Indian Shutters Restaurant Jane s Aquarium Shop John s Furniture Joy Manufacturing Co Dr 81 Mrs Edward Kane Keating Insurance Inc Kimball s Inc King s Dept Store Krueger Pharmacy Inc Lambert Auto Sales Inc The Letter Man Press Lola s Beauty Shoppe Lorraine s Beauty Shoppe Maple Lanes Marsons Army 8. Navy Dept Store McCusker Stringer Funeral Home Merits Clothing 8t Gifts M H Fishman Co M 8.1 J s Auto Sales Dick Moody s Barber Shop Mr 81 Mrs Richard S Moody Morningside Recreation Area Old Fort 44 Motel Mr 81 Mrs Jeffrey Patten Powers Country Store Powers Shoe Co Inc Putnams s Flowers 81 Gifts Rand s News Stand Rite Sound Records Rockingham Electrical Co Ron s Appliance Mr 81 Mrs WesleyJ Rooker Roy Funeral Home Saucier Realty Sewing Basket Part ll Shirley s Donuts Short Stop Market Shulins Dr 84 Mrs James D Skillen Smalley s Mini Mart Smith Photo Center Stevens Drug Store Stoughton Davis Funeral Home The Studio Hal 81 Doris Johnson John C Summer Insurance Taylor Rental Tire Warehouse VII Trichology Shop Village Motors Mr 8t Mrs Richard Waldo Camp Wallula Western Auto Whntcomb Music Center White Mountain Travel Agency Dr William T Wilmot Yvette s Petite Shoppe nc Dr and Mrs Stanley J Kuk Dr Pauline Spear Leocha's Market V - Stevens High School Alumni Association ' ' 7 , I . If Jes! C, "' Rf! ACE' t Q Cf Rd QV' V0 C y QQ 0 X K Vida Rv Ol Cb taxi 'tai fjytf xxx at jf QWM Mr Whlle I dwell In the garrets of my mind I remember all that we have left behlnd Lufe seemed so sample a gentle and harmonious array But today IS now upon us and yesterday has strayed away So we are left to search our memorles to brung forth lmages of smiles Yet we envuslon tears of goodbye that send us many mules But If we are able to dry the tears and have our yesterdays to remind us Then tomorrow wlll be worth the whale and those tears shall never fund us Llsa Glguere 1979 wwf 'R fee L J- A A XL. AJ . . sf , , ,e y is Cn :FQ JL ."5 X J l fx - gf an -5 f . l C Xe 9 ply Qf tp , D .f Q K K , J A 2 , - L' R X X rx D 6 GL X Q C Ml' Q-Lite ,V K rw- If . WY , B Q -,W Q Q- Ga in -N ,N nb 5, A, , Q-X 'Xe f-NK X 0 X 16 2-w i A X, kv Cp! J A V dx Qjv ' 1 x. C 1 , . 1 A Qf l, . fgf 4 Q 'Q Nxfdx ff s N xii.. 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