Stoughton High School - Stotonian / Semaphore Yearbook (Stoughton, MA)

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PUBLIC LIBRARY STOUGHTON, MASS. 02072 Does Not Circulate . . nodical Booffl S cf.JtirC ' i 7S TABLE OF CONTENTS 3 Opening Essay 17 33 86 Faculty 97 Seniors 129 Administration 156 Student Life — Fall Student Life — Winter Business rainbow (ran-bo) n. An arc or circle that exhibits in concentric bands the colors of the spectrum and that is formed opposite the sun by the reflection of the sun ' s rays on raindrops. When we look upon a rainbow, we think of it as something clear and beautiful that we will never forget. As the Class of 1978 graduates, we look back upon our memories and think of them in much the same way. But just as a rainbow blurs and fades away, our memories will blur and fade away from our immediate thoughts. But, indeed, we won ' t forget them. The meanings of our experiences and the knowledge we gain from them influence our lives and stay with us forever. Although these experiences are diverse and seemingly unrelated, they, like the varied colors of the rainbow, blend together to create a complete feeling that stays in our minds forever. FRESHMEN 1974-75 FRESHMAN GIRLS CHORUS Front row: C. Mann, A. Brancaccio, S. Greene, E. Farrell, E. Finn, P, Galizio, R. Berg, D. Farrell. Second row: G. Meeks, L. Powers, K. Viola, T. Landolfi, C. Ness, L. Schiffer, A. Moore. Rear row: R. Cameron, B. Smith, J.V. CHEERLEADERS CLASS OFFICERS N. Carlson " 77. P. Galizio ' 78, D. DiStefano ' 77, N. Sperandio ' 77, T. LeClaire Seated: J. Huber, secretary; M. Sano, treasurer. Standing: Miss K. Crimmings, ' 78, M. McKinnon ' 78, M. T. Kelleher ' 78, G. Leopardi ' 78. advisor; R. Vita, president; J. Gallagher, vice president. FRESHMAN CLASS EXECUTIVE BOARD Front row: Miss K. Crimmins, J. Huber, R. Vita, M. Sano, J. Gallagher. Second row: S. Bunson. P. Galizio, M. McKinnon. F. Silva, K. Viola, D. Driscoll, J. Kolinski, J. Klim. M. A. Buckley. J. Craig. Rear row: M. Conti, K. Gately, B. HoUiday, R. Flaherty, M. Bagtaz, N. Stewart, C. Ness, S. Lynch, B. Dickenson, M. Teixeira. 4 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Front row: W. Flaherty, P. Freeman, B. Perkins, J. Dalton, C. Davis, D. Medeiros, W. McKenney. Second row: G. Eagles, N. Cariofiles, P. Galanis, R. Flaherty, S. Healey, J. Wells, R. Kelley. Third row: B. Heffernan, S. Sly, S. Winters, E. Bamberg, C. Single, M. Langer, T. Szostek, K. McGillvary. Rear row: S. Moriarty, T. Roche, R. Bowyer, W. Colter, M. Teixeira, M. Walsh. Tricia, the cut up . Mike dreams of the Stanley Cup . Beginnings . . . new friends, new surroundings . . . advisor, Miss Crimmins . . . class led by — Rick Vita, Judy Gallagher, Joanne Huber, Margaret Sano . . . frosh football — second to none ... a girls swim team, first year . . . Mary Ann Buckley, co-captain . . . J.V. Cheerleaders, Pam Galizio, Tricia Leclaire, Mary T. Kelleher, Maureen McKinnon, Gayle Leo- pardi . . . " A Valentine Begin- ning " . . . " Saturday In The Park " ' Hey Kath, what ' s up? " . . MEMORIES: Life ' s little joys, sun shining through the rain; the simple pleasures that helped us through those trying times: finding a chair on a crowded lunch, or an open basement, a pat on the back after a sad defeat, a smile from a special friend in the hall, and weekends; suppers, dances, good times with people we like. SOPHOMORES 1975-76 One step up . . . class officers. Rick Vita. Judy Gallagher. Joanne Ruber. Margaret Sano . . . Dance !( the Music featuring Second Soci- ety . . . our first Pizza Supper . . . Frank and Fry Supper?? pw. ' . ' ?;:;.-.-.- ,,- mn::::l ::::;t{ ' That ' s a hotdog? " Something new — hockey cheerleaders . . . " How we get- ting home " . . . Can ' t wait for wheels . . . Soon to be upper- classmen. The friends we ' ve made in the past four years will always be dear to us, even if we never see some again, because they ' ve all influenced us in one way or another. And some friends, our very closest friends, we will hold onto to remind us of our past, be with us in our present, and help us make our future. photo: Stewart photo: Leonard Homer photo: Maioh JUNIORS 1976-77 On our way to the top . . . officers all girls — Judy Gallagher, Debbie Driscoll, Joanne Huber. Margaret Sano . . . class rings . . . PSAT ' s . . . cheerleaders? . . . " The End is Near " " with Crystal City . . . successful pizza supper . . . first Gong Show: Keith Howard a winner . . . JUNIOR PROM QUEEN AND COURT Mary Savino. Sue Nichols. Queen Kelly Lyons. Renee Roche, Cathy Murphy. Leanne Britto. Chris Mann. On With the dance! Letjoy be unccMifined: No sleep till morn, when Youth and Pleasure meet To chase the glowing Hours with fl mg feet. — Lord Byron Cheerleaders support the Black Knights with a Httle artwork on Thanksgiving day. Juniors show their spirit while shading their eyes from the sun. " Look what I found at the book fair! ' (photo: Teixeira) «1 Keith Howard: " This is your Gong Show person speaking! " Science Fairs . . . writing compe- tition . . . Honor Society induction ... a prom of our own: " This One ' s For You " ; champagne glasses, beer mugs, the beach in the rain . . . SAT ' s, decisions . . . class trip rained out . . . Baseball Champs . . . Rick Vita elected president . . . our last finals . . . daisy chains and graduation. . . At last. SENIORS! 13 photo: Bill Heath It is said that at the end of the rainbow rests a pot of gold. No one can ever reach this gold, but still people try. The gold at the end of our rainbow, as we graduate from high school, is knowledge. Not only knowledge that we learn from books, but knowledge of life, of experience, of others, and especially of ourselves. We ' ve learned to face life ' s problems with a smile. We ' ve learned that there are things that can ' t be changed, and that there are things we have the power to change, if we try. We ' ve learned to enjoy sharing, helping, sacrificing, working, and learning itself. From the spectrum of experience, we ' ve learned what we are interested in and enjoy doing, what we are good at, and what we hope to experience in the future. photo: Maioli ■ ;, From the reflections of others upon ourselves, we ' ve learned what traits we admire in others, what makes us smile, what makes us cry, who we want to be with, and who we would hke ourselves to be. pholo; Maioli But just because we are leaving high school, this doesn ' t mean we will stop learning. The pot of gold is far away, and although it is unattaina- ble, we must strive to reach it. As we strive we will continue along the rainbow of life, experi- encing new things, meeting new people. And the more we try to reach that pot of gold, the better we will come to know ourselves. pholo: Rose photo: Maioli ■4 1 OFFICE 1 17 mm Mr. Francis Sanioro Ms. Joyce Ferullo Mr. Dale LaVelle Director FOREIGN LANGUAGES Language is but a poor bull ' s-eye Lantern wherewith to show off the vast cathedral of the world. R. L. Stevenson, " Walt Whitman " Miss Karen Coppenrath Miss Claire Bouin Miss Kathr n Neal 22 4 ; Mrs. Barbara Waterhouse Mrs. Ellen Griffin Mrs. Paula Bamford Mrs. Mary Anne Casserly HOME ECONOMICS " Is not a small house best? Put a woman into a small house, and after five years she comes out large and healthy. " Emerson Miss Isobel Macintyre Director Miss Beverly Burke Mrs. Kathleen Hunt 23 Mr. Guy Tardanico Coordinator, Career and Occupational Education Occupational Education Reading iVIusic Speech-Drama Mr. Naiff Bethoney Career Ed Mr. John Keppel Career Ed Mr. Arthur McCarthy Distributive Ed Mrs. Gladys Pfau Reading Miss Patricia Quinn Reading Mrs. Linda Dolan Drama-Speech Mr. Donald LeGrow Coordinator, Music Education Mr. Ronald Christiansen Music 26 Mr. Richard Stott Director, Drama-Speech (Photo: Andrea An as las ' 78) Mr. Jerome Cullen Phys. Ed Mr. Joseph Powers Phys. Ed n Mr. Charles Meroth Phys. Ed Mrs. Barbara Batchelder Phys. Ed Mrs. Michelle Foley Phys. Ed Mr. Donald Edmonston Coordinator, Interscholastic A thletics Athletics Physical Education Mrs. Dorothy MacQuown Special Ed. Mrs. Marie Jardin Special Ed Mr. Joseph Quigley Special Ed Special Education 27 Mr. Michael Champa Mr. Gary Hylander Mr. Francis Daly Mr. Ed McCarthy SOCIAL STUDIES " Two things we ought to learn from history; one, that we are not in ourselves superior to our fathers; another, that we are shamefully and monstrously inferior to them, if we do not advance beyond them. " THOMAS ARNOLD Ms. Cheryl Grenning Mr. Joseph McDonald 30 Mr. Warner Bucklin Mr. Robert Lynch it «»liitlll: Mr. Burnis DeVaughn Mr. Carlton Cormier Mr. Charles Green Dr. Daniel Davis. Coordinator Mr. James Gormley Mr. Roger Da we " would be a good thing if man concerned himself more with the his- tory of his nature than with the history of his deeds. " FRIEDRICH HEBBEL 31 MARK D. ALLEN ANDREA C. ANASTAS ALISA S. ARONSON CHERYL L. ALCONADA Stubborn, considerate, friendly . . . peeves: stools, phony people ... to strive for improvement . . . total destruction of social and racial prejudices . . . Poly, memories of spe- cial friends, pink curlers, swim team . . . Nursing. MICHAEL A. ALFANO Mike . . . serious, indecisive (But not really sure) . . . peeve: hypocrites . . . " Keep the faith! " . . . C.Y.O., Stu- dent Council. E205. Shoes to Boot . . . " Send in the Clowns " . . . " Miles to go before I sleep. " JOSEPH O. ALLEN Joe . . . political, radical . . . " To move a grain of sand is to change the world " . . . college, politics . . . to go where no man has gone before . . . Spam . . . John Lennon, " Imagine. " MARK D. ALLEN Found with David Boncordo. Donny Grover. and Larry Covino . . . camping, traveling, and weekends . . . plans to have a good job, make good money and to live freely. KATHY M. AMARU Kathy . . . talkative but shy ... " I can ' t believe I ' m outta here " . . . Getting up in the morning ... Jr. and Sr. years with Mr. Downs . . . Summer of ' 77 . . . Memories of a certain someone . . . " Your Time Is Gonna Come " ... to be happy. ANDREA G. ANASTAS Stubborn, talkative, sentimental . . . " Disney Girls " . . . number 84 and the rides to Braintree. the beach, Mae West. Friendly ' s . . . " Time it was. and what a time it was " . . . to be free. TIBERIO L. ARAUJO Tibby . . . quiet, moody, friendly . . . " to the Max " , " I believe you " . . . peeve: Disco . . . electronics ... to become wealthy, travel . . . stop crime . . . Connie, Rob- ert ' s car . . . " Foreigner " — Neil Young . . . Glad it ' s over. ALISA S. ARONSON Frampton. frisbees. Kazoophony, my weird dreams . . . Lunch with " Carlos, King Kong with the girls " . . . peeves: springy buns, deadlines, sunburns . . . Python mama, summer of ' 77 . . . to make people smile, to be well organized. TIBERIO L. ARAUJO GEORGE J. BADEAU III 34 EDWARD BARBATO PETER BARRETT WILLIAM BAILEY Bill . . . quiet, shy, calm . . . peeves: girls that wear sneak- ers, two-faced people . . . feed the starving people . . . E- hour Suspense and Horror . . . Boston, Eagles, Doobies ... to become a computer technologist. ERIC BAMBERG Bamma . . . determined, quiet . . . peeve: football lockers, freaks . . . college, engineering . . . " The Rock Pile " . . . world peace . . . Boston, " More Than a Feeling " . . . to be successful. LYNN BAMBERRY Seed . . . impatient . . . " What ' s your problem? " ... to be married on 10 4 78 . . . Darel forever . . . Steven Bishop, " On and On " . . . Foghat . . . getting caught . . . 486jam packed. EDWARD BARBATO Barbo Saab . . . unpredictable . . . " Welly, some " . . . peeve: kids ranking other kids . . . Mass. Maritime, then out to sea. . . . pressed hams. Welling with Daynes, Tea Time, Pennsylvania . . . cross country, hockey, spring track. PAUL EDWARD BARRETT Crazy, weird, quite strange . . . peeve: car problems . . . peace . . . tea time at Sturbridge Village . . . Pennsylvania . . . to be happy and enjoy life . . . to go to college. PETER BARRETT Crazy, cool . . . loves the party life . . . Earth, Wind and Fire . . . " Devotion " . . . Taurus . . . to be rich some day . . . peeve: SHS. . . " really " . BEVERLY M. BARRY Bev . . . optimistic, determined, practical . . . peeve: 8 13 76, arrogance . . . F- and G-hour peons . . . 2 11 77 with Judy . . . my best friend 9 10 75 . . . Friendly ' s . . . the girls, 1 21 77 . . . Buck, 6 2 77 . . . college and be happy. CAROL BARTLETT " Only Kidding " . . . to be a nurse . . . memories of 5 1 1 76 with Kenny . . . majorettes . . . writing essays . . . spe- cial dance at the Junior Prom. ROBIN BEAUDET Booty . . . moody, gullible, uncertain about life . Bargain " . . . Bruce 11 23 74 . . ures family and friends. . " No peeve: prejudiced people . . . to be a model treas- skipping with Wendy IS PAUL EDWARD BARRETT BEVERLY M. BARRY ROBIN BEAUDET 35 ANTERO BENTO A PETER D. BERNASCONI JONI E. BLATT MICHAELG. BEDARD DANIEL T. BENJAMIN " What ' s up " . . to get rich . Led Zeppe- 1975 MICHAELG. BEDARD Mike . . . unexcitable, witty, neurotic . . . peeves: con- ceited people, hypocrites . . . Ski Club, track, Linus Nas- sise, Mrs. Goody, . . . ELO ... on the road to Penn. State. DANIEL T. BENJAMIN Danny . . . destructive, good natured . . . . . pet peeve: getting a haircut ... to fly . . . " students are teaching the teachers " . lin. " Dazed and Confused. " MICHAEL BENSON Quiet. . . peeve: getting up for school . . . D-hour . . . Steely Dan . . . to go to college. ANTERO BENTO Tony . . . quiet, friendly . . . " Wish I had something like that " . . . peeve: " When I don ' t get what I want " . . . would like to see the world, get a million dollars . . . remembers good teachers . . . Boston . . . plans to join service or college. ROBBIN BERG Independent, determined, opinionated . . . " true too " . . . camping ' 77 . . . livin ' . . . fight down Ames . . . apt. 2 . . . Kyra and my notebook . . . our laughing fits . . . peeves: boredom, coffee brandy . . . to be successful. PETER D. BERNASCONI Indecisive, procrastinating, optimistic . . . Sturbridge High . . . Jr. Prom ... 6 11 .. . gaspiller . . . " Knights in White Satin " . . . benzene buzz, shopping carts. The Mart . . .39 lefts. JONI E. BLATT Happy-go-lucky, sensitive, smiling . . . 4 22 77 . . . gym- nastics . . . " Angel " . . . Friday Nights ' 77 . . . Junior Class Trip . . . Camp Academy . . . BBG . . . " Heaven ' s Missing an Angel " . . . " Sir Duke " . . . special friends . . . to be healthv and happv. RICHARD BOHN Rich . . . moody, friendly . . . peeve: two-faced people . . . Steve Miller . . . to continue school. ' A. MICHAEL BENSON ROBBIN BERG BOB BINNS RICHARD BOHN 36 ERICA. BRADBURY RONNIE BOWYER LUANNE MARIE BOYLE RONNIE BOWYER Rudie . . .short-tempered. . . " Not Even " . . .pet peeve: school ... to get married to Kathy . . . C-lst . . . Steve Miller Band. LUANNE MARIE BOYLE Lu . . . talkative, friendly . . . purple . . . majorettes . . . 5 11 77. . . " I Only Want To Be With You " . . .hanging around with Jan . . . pet peeve: homework on vacations . . . to be a secretary. ERICA. BRADBURY Found at Seekonk Speedway . . . pet peeve: warm beer . . . remembers the gold Cadillac . . . " Cruisin ' " , Gene Vincent and the Blue Caps ... to get married and own a home. . . be a radio repairman. AMELIA LEA BRANCACCIO Amelia Lucia Maria Juanita . . . crazy, emotional . . . treasures many friends . . . memories of cheering with Jo . . . cousin Annette . . . " Kisses " . . . Winter Dance ' 75 . . . Vermont . . . Ti Amo . . . Bee Gees. ANDREA L. BRAWDERS Andy . . . quiet, easygoing, friendly . . . " You Klutz! " . . . pet peeve: the " clique " . . . Junior Prom . . . Fleet- wood Mac . . . fond memories of a special friend . . . 3 23 75 . . . hopes for a cure for cancer. . . . to go to college. EDMUND BR VZAITIS Ed . . . Watching sports . . . basketball . . . pet peeve: A- hour on Monday morning . . . remembers Mr. Hart ' s " Happy Hour " . . . SHS Knight . . . yearbook staff . . . to go to college. JOHN A. BRENNICK Aloysius . . . " Johnny B. " . . . D and D hours at a stretch . . . Postal Dippy ... 4 years in " Mister B ' s " class . . . skiing at Cranmore every day off instead of homework . . . The Terrsma Gavus Gazette. FREDERICK R. BRILL Fred . . . accent, shy . . . " Huh " . . . Halloween ' 76 ... 7 28 76 ... the Island . . . Tuesday 22 . . . 9 25 76 . . . Friendly ' s . . . football ' 77 . . .Yes. . . pet peeve: peepers at the party. AMELIA LEA BRANCACCIO EDMUND BRAZAITIS FREDERICK R. BRILL 37 TANYA BROOKS MARYANN BUCKLEY STEVEN M. BUNSON WALTER BURKE JOANNE CAMPANELLO NICHOLAS CARIOFILES TANYA BROOKS Tee . . . friendly, soft-spoken, active . . . " shout-up " . . . peeve: snobby people . . . nurse and model . . . likes this school a lot . . . wishes no one to be poor, everyone to have success . . . friendly people . . .off to nursing school. MARYANN BUCKLEY Buck . . . friendly, moody . . . " ya had to be there " . . . Friendly ' s . . . swimming, gymnastics . . . peeve: nothing to do . . . cruising with Mary T. . . . F- and G-peons . . . 7 girls in an LTD . . . Steve . . . D-208, Mr. Murphy . . . " Later Deb " . . . treasures family and friends, thanks Mom and Dad. STEVEN M. BUNSON Buns . . . ex-peobodian . . . corresponding secretary . . . fond memories of Nerusy . . . " Sheesh " . . . Bunson Bur- ner . . . senior weekend . . . The Board . . . Class of ' 82. THERESA BURLEY Terriburley . . . talkative, dumb, crazy . . . " Check it out " . . . lies . . . peeve: people who don ' t listen . . . remem- bers someone special, Mac ' s, field trips, . . . " Can ' t Help Falling in Love " . JOANNE CAMPANELLO Jo . . . determined . . . " Juliusness prevails! " . . . fun with Rom, Jen, Garcia . . . " The Quest " . . . . college. NICHOLAS CARIOFILES Nick the Greek . . . to be found at Blue Hill Country Club . . . football . . . Beach Boys . . . blackjack games in E- hour study . . . peeve: double sessions . . . to go to college. MICHAEL CARPENTER Carp . . . easygoing, nonchalant . . . " Don ' t do it " . . . " We ' ll catch ya " . . . pet peeve: getting up in the morning . . . Summer of ' 77 . . . Dennisport . . . " grey chevy " . . . to become a musician . . . Zeppelin . . . Floyd. THERESA BURLEY DANIEL CANNON MICHAEL CARPENTER 38 KEVIN M.CARR SIMONE J. CASTELLARIN JENNIFER JEAN CHURCHILL ROSINACIMILDORO KEVIN M. CARR K ... to become a carpenter . . . good times with Steve, Bob . . . riding with S. SIMONE J. CASTELLARIN Sim, Martha . . . many special moments with John . . . Alice Cooper concert . . . shed . . . vans ... 139 Shell Randolph . . . John ' s certain scratches . . . " Love is the mystery but the lust is the technique " . . . Cheryl, Joani, Micks. JENNIFER JEAN CHURCHILL Jen . . . friendly, determined, individualistic . . . " Well, what can I say? " . . . peeve: getting up in the morning for school ... to attend college . . . friends, Cumbies, Jo, Rom, Garcia, and SHS. ROSINACIMILDORO Rosie . . . sensitive, friendly . . . " no way " . . . peeve: Frank ' s carpeted stairs . . . to go to college . . .Alan, 7 18 76, green car . . . " You ' ll never find " , " We ' ll stay together " . . . Drive-In with Donna and Phil. WILLIAM L. CLEMENTS Bill . . . looney, active . . . " jet head " . . . peeve: Fords and jet heads. . . join Air Force . . . make a lot of money ... to live in the past . . . the walkout . . . Pink Floyd . . . too many people . . . JANET A. CLIFFORD Jan . . . Quiet, friendly . . . chorus, swim team, drill team, majorettes, Luanne and friends . . . 5 11 77 ... " I only want to be with you " . . . 3 24 77, John, Maine ' 77. STEVE COFFIN Realistic, outgoing, generous . . . " No bargain " . . . peeve: Mexican, English teachers . . . college, maybe . . . 12 years of school . . . the walkout . . . Yes, " Rounda- bout " . . . rules too strict. CHERYL A. COG AN " What? " . . . peeve: people who say things they don ' t mean and make promises they don ' t keep . . . cruising with buddies, Randolph, murbutlers, 3 12 77 . . . " You got chicken on your face " . . . Judy Joe, N.H., N.Y., Mar- tha ' s Vineyard. MARCI H. COHEN Shy. quiet, orderly, friendly, intelligent . . . peeve: people blocking the hallways ... to go to college, find a good career . . . wishes everyone in the world would get along ... the faculty and students . . . " Knowing Me, Knowing You " , Abba. WILLIAM L.CLEMENTS STEVE COFFIN MARCI H. COHEN 39 BARBARA COLETTI KAREN CONCANNON KATHLEEN M. CONNOR emoR PLAYS MARK E. COSTELLO 40 peeve: " Coz " BARBARA COLETTI Carefree, crazy, gullible . . . " Do it up " . waking up in the morning . . . work study . . . . to become a counselor. KAREN CONCANNON Kenny Koo . . . " Party on! " . . . " Do you have a pass? " rich ... no poverty . . . glad to be out of here. KATHLEEN M. CONNOR Kathy . . . stubborn, outgoing, friendly . . . " really " . . . wet Mary Janes . . . Lancaster — St. Albans ... a missed afternoon in Andrew Sq. . . . The Business . . . The Park at 12 . . . looking for Charley . . . someday we ' ll ride. MARK CONTI Determined, easygoing . . . found with Joan ... a cer- tain bug . . . pet peeve: friends who aren ' t . . . 8 4 76 . . . the island . . . party . . . pumpkins . . . Conway . . . " Changes " , David Bowie . . . to be happy. MARK E. COSTELLO Crazy, easygoing . . . " You drive us wild, we ' ll drive you crazy " . . . Future: U.S.A.F. . . . Kiss, Led Zeppe- hn. PEGGY COSTELLO Crazy, sensitive, dumb . . . memories of gymnastics, humanities, wasted field trips, Pennsylvania . . . bare feet . . . special friends and certain smiles. Piglets, mag- gots, twins and topher. MARK CONTI PEGGY COSTELLO WILLIAM P. OTTER JOAN M. COUGHLIN LEONA MARIE COULOMBE JAMES J. CRIVELLARO CATHERINE M. DACEY WILLIAM P. COTTER Bill . . . serious, crazy . . . " What the hell do I care? " . . . Tuesday 22, 76 . . . Halloween, 76 . . . 7 28 76 ... the island . . . Friendly ' s . . . peeve: peepers at the party . . . Football ' 77 . . . Doobie Brothers. JOAN M. COUGHLIN Coogan . . . " What happened? " . . . peeve: jelly donuts ... St. Albans trip, Saturday morning practices, tennis . . . nursing. LEONA MARIE COULOMBE " To strive, to seek, to find and not to yield For my purpose holds ... To sail beyond the sunset . . . " (Tennyson) JANE CRAIG Stubborn, moody, happy . . . Gorms and Ham, Pennsylva- nia, morning circle . . . peeve: school . . . Fleetwood Mac. JAMES J. CRIVELLARO Jim . . . crazy . . . " do it up " . . . peeve: school . . . Join U.S.A. F. . . . wishes for everyone to be rich . . . Led Zep- pelin, Pink Floyd. CATHERINE M. DACEY Cathy . . . forgetful, " Graceful " . . . " All news is good news " . . . Prod, or Christian . . . peeves: spiders, getting up in the morning . . . remembers trips with Tee Pee and Tee Jay, Putt-Putt, Stuffed Ant, Mod Squad . . . college . . . to be happy. JOHN J. DALEY Johnny . . . " hiye " . . . unpredictable, crazy . . . skipping A and B hours for breakfast with Mike . . . " What ' s your act? " . . . peeve: radar cops and inspection stickers . . . found at Roxie ' s . . . Hopes for world peace. JANE CRAIG DAVID CROSE JOHN J. DALEY 41 JAMES F. DALTON GINNY DAMIANI CHARLES L. DAVIS DONNA MARIE DAVIS GINA DeMAYO JAMES F. DALTON Dee . . . determined, crazy, easygoing . . . never give up . . . peeve: losing . . . Air Force, College . . . Moscow ... a world free of crime and sickness . . . found wrestling . . . Beatles. GINNY DAMIANI Ginny . . . crazy, but happy . . . " What time is it? " , " Don ' t forget! " . . . good times with Steph, Miriam, Laura . . .John 1 1 76. . . to teach art . . . Fleetwood Mac. CHARLES L. DAVIS . . . Chuck . . . pet peeve: peepers at the party and getting caught . . . remembers the Island, Friendly ' s, N. Conway, ski trip . . . Tuesday 22. DONNA MARIE DAVIS Davis . . . moody, sensitive, dazed . . . the Island ... 7 girls in a Black LTD . . . peeve: blushing . . . my D buddy . . . faces . . . Nissen Man ... the " champ " . . . Friend- ly ' s . . . crazy with Pam . . . Agawam . . . cherishes fam- ily and friends. PAUL DAYNES Daynesie . . . " Welly " . . . pet peeve: track practices . . .memories: track and dances ... " I Like Dreamin ' " . . . to go to college and be rich. EDDIE DECOSTA Confused, usually uninterested ... " I don ' t care " , " really " . . . Boston, Queen ... to become a meteorologist or work in construction. MARIA G. DEFREITAS Gorett . . . ambitious, friendly, energetic . . . " Allright " " Go for it " . . . college, success, happiness . . . 12 19 76 . . . " When I Need You " . . . summer of ' 77 . . . remem- bers: the Mart, all that drinking ... Jo, Rom, Jen . . . the good people. GINA DEMAYO " Of friends and mountains, serenity and sunshine; this no school could teach me " . . . phony people . . . " your door ' s not shut " . . . Fleetwood Mac . . . Apt. 2 . . . Pat- ty ' s . . . Labor Day weekend . . . 9 30 76 ... to write a book. ED DEMPSEY Eddie . . . happy, easygoing, friendly . . . " What " . . . peeve: dishonest friends . . . have fun and work the same as everyone else. ' ■A PAUL DAYNES MARIA G. DEFREITAS ED DEMPSEY 42 MICHAEL G. DEPALMA WENDY DEUTSCH JANE E. DEVITO BRIAN DICKINSON MICHAEL TIMOTHY DINEEN MICHAEL G. DEPALMA Mike . . . steady, quiet, easygoing ... " I hear ya! " . . . pet peeve: getting up for school . . . to go to college, to be known . . . wishes life could be simpler . . . too many memories of school . . . " Daybreak " . WENDY DEUTSCH Wendi . . . " Butterflies are free " . . . the mountains . . . the ocean . . . pet peeve: arguments . . . found in Brock- ton with Billy . . . " Stairway to Heaven " . . . snow. JANE E. DEVITO Juanita . . . independent, rowdy, determined . . . " later " . . . cheerleader ' s dance ' 75 . . . certain red light in Brock- ton .. . Canada, 4 20-25 75 . . . Frampton 6 15 77 . . . the times with Pep, Glenn, Billy, Steve . . . treasures my friends. NEILC. DEVINE Quiet, friendly . . . " I ' m out of here " . . . pet peeve: home- work . . . plans to go to college . . . double unscheduled . . . hopes to travel across country . winter track . . . Beatles, Aerosmith successful. BRIAN DICKINSON Conservative, somewhat shy . . . " Such is life " . . . peeve: " Massachusetts Drivers " . . . memories: friends from school and Our Lady of the Rosary CYO . . . Chicago . . . to teach history . . . wishes for peace in the world. CATHY A. DIGIAMPIETRO D . . . sensitive, moody, easygoing, friendly . . . " How ya doin ' ? " . . . Girls varsity Softball ... to have a cure for all terminal diseases . . . to be a registered dietician. MICHAEL TIMOTHY DINEEN Mike . . . confident, fun loving, sincere . . . " Ya gotta believe " . . . remembers: Christmas cookies, beating Can- ton, peeping, . . . wishes for world wide cooperation . . . to go to college, play hockey. . memories: ski club, . . to be happy and WILLIAM DEXTER III CATHY A. DIGIAMPIETRO BRENDA DOHERTY DIANA L. DOHERTY DIANE E. DOUCETTE MICHAEL DOYLE DEBORAH J. DRISCOLL . " We ' re outa Yes, 8 15 77 with Poke . . . BRENDA DOHERTY Bren . . . critical, hyper . . . " whatever " here " . . . 6 11 76 . . . D-hr commons . . . . pet peeve: five of eight . . . found " Roundabout " . DIANA L. DOHERTY Flea . . . talkative, gullible . . . " We ' re outa here " . . . pet peeve: being told what to do . . .to be financially secure . . . legalize it!! ... D-hr. commons . . . Labor Day Weekend . . . Teddy. DIANE E. DOUCETTE Di . . . " I ' m happy being who I am, so why should I copy someone else? " . . . " The Pledge " with Carol . . . 15 on 9 26 76 . . . to be lefty . . . memories of Noah, Nettie and Hondo from White Island . . . Basket on Ash . . . a lot of great times with my special friend, Brian. DENISE L. DOWNEY D . . . quiet, friendly . . . gymnastics . . and friends . . . pet peeve: two tables . . . . beeps and the circle . . .6 18 76. . successful. MICHAEL DOYLE Mike . . . loud, rowdy . . . " no way " . . basement ... J. Geils . . . plans to be own a business . . . EUGENIE DREIST Jeannie . . . understanding, quiet ... " I think he ' s follow- ing us, Ronnie " . . . " Can I have a pass? " . . . " I ' ve got the music in me! " . . . to be a registered electrologist. DEBORAH J. DRISCOLL Debbie . . . sweet, sensitive, sentimental . . . F and G peons ... 7 girls in a black LTD . . . remembers Jr. Prom, 2 19 77, a litde Miller, 8 years with Jude, all the good times with the gang . . . " Later Buck " . . . Many thanks to my family and friends . . . to be happy. PAUL E. DRISCOLL " It ' s all over, you can laugh now! " . . . remembers fort comedies . . . Heineken ... to get far away . . . treasures friends . . . DiMeola ... To Kenny: I ' ll never forget the great times we had together. treasures family . . a certain car to be happy and smoking in the a mechanic . . . DENISE L. DOWNEY EUGENIE DREIST PAUL E. DRISCOLL 44 CAROL A. DRUM LINDA DUCEY KANDE D. DUPONT GARY P. EAGLES JOSEPH ENNIS CAROL A. DRUM An afternoon at Andrew Square . . . The " Pledge " with Diane . . . Park at 12 . . . Paw . . . Sweeney ' s soap opera . . . Another chapter for our book . . . the business ... 1 1 12-14 76 . . . " Untie the boat first " . . . ISIS ... the giant check. LINDA DUCEY Ducey . . . quiet, moody ... to get married and find a good job . . . remembers gym classes with Flakey . . . Pink Floyd . . . " Dark Side of the Moon " . . . wishes everyone in the world could be happy. KANDE D. DUPONT Bon-Bon . . . quiet, sweet . . . " hi! " . . . pet peeve: leav- ing all my friends . . . to be an actress . . . happiness in life . . . wishing everyone good luck . . . remembers dances, Driver-Ed with Mr. Sarno . . . Frampton. SUSAN E. DUROSS Sue . . . silly, sarcastic, moody . . . peeves: springy buns, fat people . . . " dusch, " " swinging " . . . Tmbnes . . . Uncle Tony . . . wet Mary Janes . . . Shazam Isis . . . Drive-Ins with a special friend . . . Wed. nites with Alisa and Monty . . . 8 16 77. GARY P. EAGLES Beagle . . . quiet, lazy . . . " Much later " . . . found hang- ing out at Bob ' s . . . plans to be an electrician . . . Led Zeppelin. LAURIE ELLIS Crazy . . . peeves: lies, breaking up, broken promises . . . " We ' re killing ourselves but we ' re having fun " . . . Fleet- wood Mac . . . wishes for lost friendships to return . . . found at Dub ' s with Joy, Terri, and Kathy. JOSEPH ENNIS " Party " . . . plans to be a truckdriver . . . legalize pot . . . Yes . . . " Roundabout. " LISA L. ESTEY LeeLee . . . gullible, crazy, wasted . . . Cougar . . . " Fire emup " . . . remembers parties with the Cooked Crew . . . Happiness with Stan . . . " How Deep is Your Love. " SUSAN E. DUROSS LAURIE ELLIS LISA L. ESTEY 45 DEBRA LYNNE FERGUS BARBARA J. FALLON EILEEN R. FARRELL BARBARA J. FALLON Barb . . . paranoid, moody, sensitive . . . 11 12-14 76 . . . " Talk to Me " . . . found with Chris . . . afternoon at Andew Sq., 12 18 76 . . . Paw . . . peeve: 1 9, " Talks with a special friend . . . " Looks Like We Made It " ... 2 2 77 . . . thanks Mom and Dad. EILEEN R. FARRELL " One secret of life is to see greatness in everyone. " JOHN L. FAVRET " Master of time, setting sail over all of our lands, and as we look forever closer shall we now bid farewell, farewell . . . " Yes in concert ' 77. DEBRA LYNNE FERGUS Deb, Fergie . . . friendly, sensitive, active . . . " hmmm " . . . peeve: outside pressure . . . Masters ' happiness, friends . . . serenity . . . world-wide understanding . . . chorus with Bev and Linda, Shorty, jazz choir . . . Music Forever! KATHLEEN M. FERREIRA Kathy . . . smiling, laughing, ranking . . . leaves Stough- ton Hi . . . treasured memories with Dorothy, Lisa, Gibbs ... " I get by with a little help from my friends. " ELIZABETH L. FINN Liza . . . sarcastic, " witty, " friendly . . . Shazam Isis, Roly Tweedledee. the Park at 12, talks with Diane, pickin ' up Papa ' s guys, Vermont. Search, an afternoon in Andrew ' s Station . . . treasures many close friends, you know who you are! JEFFREY M. FINNERTY One of a kind, quiet, and outgoing . . . leather and combs . . . " Don ' t touch me there " . . . peeve: Vinyl, " Scobag, " station wagons, the sound of crunching metal, and any- thing general . . . the stairs . . .12 14 74. JOHN L. FAVRET KATHLEEN M. FERREIRA ELIZABETH L. FINN JEFFREY M. FINNERTY 46 JUDYT. FLAHERTY DOROTHY FOLEY ROBERT L. FLAHERTY WILLIAM P. FLAHERTY LEANNE FOSTER JUDY T. FLAHERTY Jude . . . happy, sensitive, gullible . . . " I ' m sorry " . . . peeve: 8 13 76 . . . cheering camp . . . Friday nights in the Toyota Friendly ' s and the Island . . . Florida . . . college . . . treasures family and friends. ROBERT L. FLAHERTY BoBo, Boom Boom . . . friendly, easygoing, athletic . . . " You animal " . . . Junior Prom ' 77, beach days, football. college-bound . . . Eagles " Thanks wrestling . Mom. " WILLIAM P. FLAHERTY Turkey . . . easy to get along with, athletic . . . " TTiat ' s cool " . . . peeve: athletic socks falling down . . . college . . . success, happiness . . . class party ' 76, beach ' 77, jumping off the bridge ' 77, football, crashing Junior Prom . Boston. DOROTHY M. FOLEY Friendly, talking, smiling ... Hi times with Kathy and Lisa . . . treasures memories and life. . . 8 12 76 . . . happiness with Jimmy . . . " You ' re Still the One " . . . " Just Remember, I Love You. " MARY ANNE FOLEY Talkative, crazy, always laughing . . . peeve: friends who aren ' t . . . " don ' t ya know how? " . . . found at McDonald ' s ... to be healthy, wealthy, happily married . . . wishes for feather to fly through the air. JOSEPH FORTE Ho . . . idealistic, sympathetic, creative . . . live together hand-in-hand . . . peeve: fast brake, late signal, wide swing . . . service, keeping in touch ... rid the world of corrup- tion . . . world of happy people. LEANNE FOSTER Lee . . . witty, bored . . . " What are you, nuts? " . . . peeve: wasting time . . . D-hour commons . . . Falmouth ... to be financially independent ... to see the land before it ' s gone. STEVEN FRANCESCHI Cheskie . . . temporarily sane . . . " Cryptilized " . . . peeve: people who think they know everything about everything . . . walkout ' 76 . . . " Cat Scratch Fever " . . . later for this. MARY ANNE FOLEY STEVE FRANCESCHI 47 PAULINE M. FREELAND PAUL FREEMAN VITTORIA FRESINA PETER GALANIS JUDITH A. GALLAGHER RONALD JAY GARBER PAULINE M. FREELAND silly, rowdy, impatient . . . " I ' ll kill waiting for someone . . . memories of year, and Mr. Monti . . . Beatles, . to be married, have children, and be Peewee, shorty . . . him " . . . pet peeve: Joe and friends, Jr. " Slow Dancing " . . happy. PAUL FREEMAN Paul . . . Blue . . . crazy, talkative, friendly . . . " See you in the funnies " . . . pet peeve: Al ' s crew, snobby chicks . . . Jethro Tull, The Who . . . memories: football, party up Vermont, the V.W. . . . Pro football ... to marry and have kids. VITTORIA FRESINA Vicky . . . pet peeve: phonies . . . memories of good par- ties, B-hr. commons. Southern Comfort, and Peter Framp- ton concert ... all the good partying times with Joanne, Kathy , Mary, and Elaine ... be yourself and that ' s what counts. PETER L. GALANIS Humorous, accident-prone . . . abandoned in subway . . . lighthouses . . . peeve: peepers at the party, empty houses . . . climbing trees with Hoffa 9 12 77, nyball 6 4 77 . . . the island, dogtrack ... ice cubes . . . Tuesday 22 . . . " To each his own. " PAMELA A. GALIZIO Pam . . . sarcastic, loud . . . " Really " , " See you later Jude " . . . pet peeve: bad moods . . . crazy with Donna . . . junior year . . . the island . . . Friendly ' s . . . talks with Mary . . . to go to college, be happy. JUDITH A. GALLAGHER Jude . . . talkative, friendly, sensitive . . . F- and G- peons . . . " See you later, Pam " ... 8 yrs. with Deb . . . Junior year. . .3 4 73,2 19 77. . .Florida. . . Toyota cruisin ' . . . peeve: fried clams, sunburns . . . Leenie . . . thanks, Mom and Dad. MARY MARGARET V. GALLAGHER Mar Bear . . . jamming with Joanne at the James Mont- gomery Band . . . tree people . . . secret mission through snow jungle . . . peeve: fake smiles, onions . . . " that ' s the way it should be " ... to travel, meet new people. RONALD JAY GARBER " Everyone must stand on his own two feet and be his own man " . . . " Don ' t give up until you drink from the silver cup " . . . with Cindy, yesterday, today, and tomorrow. DIANE R.GARRITY Di . . . easygoing, happy, sarcastic . . . peeve: coming in late ... the Island, Friendly ' s . . . " 25 " . . . my corner . . . Toyota crusiin ' . . . treasures family and friends . . . thanks, Mom. PAMELA A. GALIZIO MARY GALLAGHER DIANE R.GARRITY KEVIN GATELY STEPHANIE J. GAUDET STUART GAY JAMES M. GEARIN VERONICA GERBICK 2 fn KEVIN GATELY Quiet, friendly, determined . . . found with Natalie and very good friends . . . " fine, how ' s yours " . . . peeve: not accomplishing things ... to share and fulfill my dreams with someone special . . . leaving . . . Thanks, Mom. STEPHANIE J. GAUDET Talkative, stubborn, friendly . . . " Sure, Charlie " . . . peeve: working . . . Marxes . . . Gin . . . Ruth . . . The beach is gone! . . . smoking in elevator . . . Led Zeppelin . . . Larry 10 1 1 75 . . . To be happy and rich, with a cer- tain someone. STUART A. GAY Stu . . . crazy . . . " all right " . . . pet peeve: cruddy atti- tudes . . . playing whist . . . track . . . stage band . . . " Does anyone have a pass? " . . . peace ... To make peo- ple happy . . . go to college. JAMES M. GEARIN Jim . . . sarcastic, short, friendly . . . " Hey you " . . . peeve: peepers at the party . . . abandoned in the subway, hole in A-4th, the island, Friendly ' s, the Great Pumpkin . . . Memories of the time spent with Joanne. ANN M. GELLY Sensitive, gullible, friendly . . . 6 3 77, Tony . . . swinger " ya-hoo " . . . Good Friday . . . Island . . . steakout ... 4 22 77 . . . the beast . . . little mun . . . peeve: frigid weather, frizzies . . . treasures family and friends . . . my black pearl. VERONICA GERBICK Ronnie . . . friendly, competitive . . . swimming, track . . . D-hr. commons with Jeannie ... a certain car . . . beeps and the circle . . . pet peeve: crowded tables ... a future in fashion. MARIE A. GIBBONS Gibbs . . . moody, talkative, friendly . . . " really " , " get lost " . . . peeve: nosey people . . . found on Steps with Jo and the gang . . . wants to be a hairdresser . . . football games . . . memories of Driver-Ed . . . wants to be happy. RICHARD J. GILLESPIE Reese . . . friendly, quiet . . . found at parties or partying . . . " Nice " . . . remembers Bruce ' s red bomb to Boston . . . Driscoll ' s beat cottage . . . Plymouth with Bob . . . pet peeve: snobs . . . Robin Trower . . . live a good Hfe. ANN M. GELLY MARIE A. GIBBONS RICHARD J. GILLESPIE THERESA GILMORE DAVID A.GIROLX MICHAEL P. GLENNON NANCY M. GOLDEN MIRIAM L. GOL LSTON JOHN G.GRANT JR. DAVIDA. GIROUX Dave . . . happy, hungry . . . pet peeve: fakers, snobs, homework ... to be very successful . . . live in Vermont . . . " Sweet Babv James " . MICHAEL P. GLENNON Mike. . . easy to get along with . . . pet peeve: school . . . to work . . . accomplish a successful life. NANCY M. GOLDEN Nancy . . . friendly, talkative . . . " On, really " . . . good- byes . . . bank teller . . . travel . . . peace, dances, ecology field trip with Cid . . .Matthew. ERIC GOODMAN Wasted . . . pet peeve: not being able to party . . . lower drinking age . . . decriminalizing all unnecessary drugs . . . Alice Cooper, Pink Floyd. MIRIAM L. GOULSTON Mir . . . clever, spaced, intense . . . way out . . . pet peeve: deliveries with Mark . . . Cape with Sand, G-hour English with " Drugs " . . . Grateful Dead, " Friend of the Devil. " JAMES B. GRADY J.B. . . . carefree, easy to get along with . . . found around . . . Benny Ha Ha ' s with goof . . . Bruce ' s red bomb to Boston . . . Driscoll ' s beat cottage . . . peeve: ignorant people, cheap Chateau . . . to go to college, be happy. JOHN G.GRANT JR. To be a Certified Public Accountant . . . pet peeve: teach- ers . . . to be rich . . . stop all wars. SUSAN M. GREENE Susie . . . friendly, sensitive, gullible . . . " Oh, really! " . . . 1971, found with Paul . . . " Summer of 77 " ... to model . . . Junior Prom . . . C-hours with Mr. LeGrow . . . cherishes family, friends . . . to be happy forever. 50 ERIC GOODMAN JAMES B.GRADY SUSAN M.GREENE STEPHEN J.GRENON FRED HAGERTY STEPHEN J. GRENON Steve . . . good natured . . . " you know " . . . go to college . . . own and operate business . . . Commons . . . Step- penwolf . . . found trucking along in van. KAREN J. HALL " There are in the end three things that last; faith, hope, and love, and the greatest of these is love. ' ' KEITH F. HALL Too-Tall . . . pet peeve: working on weekends . . . college . . . own a house . . . wishes for world peace. RICHARD HALLETT Rick . . . talkative, impatient . . . " no bargain " . . . pet peeve: E-hour study ... be a technician ... to carry a book home someday ... rid world of snobs . . . ' 76 walk- out . . . Deep Purple. CLARE L. HANLEY " 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. " (Author Unknown) RONALD P. HANSEN Ron . . . moody, impatient, friendly, witty . . . " right " . . . pet peeves: snobs . . . work with law enforcement . . . wealthy by age 40 . . . everyone to be happy . . . 76-77, Mr. Kellog ' s math class . . . " Born to be Wild. " KEITH F. HALL JUNEHAMDEED COTTT. HARJU MARK HARON JANIS ANN HARRINGTON WILLIAM J. HEATH BRIAN S. HEFFERNAN SCOTT T. HARJU Scotty . . . quiet, lazy . . . " Right " . . . people who ask me questions . . . Over 12 feet . . . Muldoonish . . . vaulting . . . t o go to college. MARK HARON Quiet, sincere . . . peeve: taking down soccer nets . . . remembers the fun times in New Hampshire . . . Aeros- mith, " Dream On " . . . to be a radiologist. JANIS ANN HARRINGTON Jan . . . small, pretty . . . " Shoot " . . . doesn ' t like people talking about her . . . remember friends Donna Shea and Maura MuUaney . . . There should be heat in B308 . . . would like her eye to get better . . . to go to California and get a job. SONIA P. GREENE-HART Cheerful, happy, nice, sweet, generous . . . " That ' s life " . . . excuses for being late to class, accounting, Spanish . . . Diana Ross . . . become a Phys. Ed. teacher . . . to be successful in everything. WILLIAM J. HEATH Bill . . . crazy, friendly . . . " We ' re out of here! " . . . " Which way? " , " You gotta help me " . . . peeve: getting up in the morning . . . Plymouth, peeping, Halloween ' 76 . . . Eagles, " Desperado " . . . to go to college and be happy. STEVEN J. W. HEELEY Steve . . . trite, hardworking, procrastinator . . . " Fool " . . . the sailing samurai skier . . . Linus Nassise . . . Chin- ho and Five-O . . . D and D for hours on end . . . parch- ing my skies at Jiminy Peak . . . many " dippy " games . . . band . . . football games at dawn. BRIAN S. HEFFERNAN Heff . . . sarcastic, witty . . . K.O. at Friendly ' s, the island, June 22, 1975, Conway ... a certain Red Sox game . . . " There ' s people behind that wall! " Ski trip — 3-kid . . . peeve: backstabbers. DEBRA ANN HEIRTY Debbie . . . shy, friendly . . . remembers drill team, field trips with Humanities, Cape, banana tree, right Y-8, friends . . . to be a hairdresser and happily married. SONIA P. GREENE-HART STEVEN J. W. HEELEY DEBRA ANN HEIRTY 52 JOANNE M. HERR DAWN HEWINS STEPHEN HILL KAREN M. HINCHLIFFE ALAN HOODLEY KERMITB. HOLIDAY JOANNE M. HERR Jo . . . talkative, crazy . . . " Be serious " . . . peeve: iron fences around the school . . . April 18, 1976 . . . sitting on the steps in the morning . . . English with Mrs. Weddleton . . . Aerosmith, " You See Me Crying. " DAWN HEWINS Toots . . . moody, shy . . . " I ' m moving back to Fram- ingham " . . . peeve: school lunches . . . to go into the army ... to be somebody . . . For everyone to get along . . . DECA . . . lunch with Lisa, E.-hr. with Mr. McCarthy . . . friends . . . Boston . . . I ' m glad it ' s over. STEPHEN HILL Steve . . . quiet . . . pet peeve: English . . . Armed Forces, professional drummer . . . Drum Corps 75-77 . . . Led Zeppelin. KAREN M. HINCHLIFFE " For yesterday is but a dream and tomorrow is only a vision, but today well-lived makes yesterday a dream of happiness, and every tomorrow a vision of hope. " (April 1977) DAVID M. HOFFMAN Hoffa . . . friendly, psycho . . . peeve: West Street . . . the island . . . Friendly ' s . . . " Right " ... no luck on 9 12 77 . . . detour signs . . lighthouses and mushrooms KERMITB. Brad . . . friendly, easygoing . . . " Yeh right " . . . peeve: two-faced people . . . 6 4 77 . . . 7 28 76 . . . the island . . . Friendly ' s . . . Football ' 77 . . . Earth, Wind and Fire . . . to be a pilot. THERESE M. HORIGAN Terry . . . lazy, crazy, happy . . . found with Amanda and Cath . . . peeve: misplaced benchmarks . . . F and G peons, the island, Friendly ' s, hikes . . . Fanueil Hall . . . The Ick . . . " A-What? " . . . Monty Python . . . Earth Scientist. ROBERT HORTON Bob . . . easygoing . . . " Oh yeah " . . . pet peeve: high school security guard . . . " Rockin ' Down the High- way " Doobie Brothers . . . to be married and rich. KEITH F. HOWARD " Do not ask what tomorrow will be, and each day that fortune gives you counts as gain. " (Horace) found with the guys . . . . . to do something in life. HOLIDAY DAVID M. HOFFMAN THERESE M. HORIGAN KEITH F. HOWARD CHERYLL LYNNE HOWES JOANNE A. HUBER PATRICIA HULL DONNA IRELAND EIJALIISA JARVINEN CHERYLL LYNNE HOWES It ' s so hard to say goodby to yesterday, to all the good times that I had, But now it ' s time for me to travel on, down my own road of life ... I will always remember my high school friends now and forever. JOANNE A. HUBER Jo, Hubie . . . sensitive, nervous . . . peeve: phonies . . . noses . . . thanks Sano for Spa, Dennisport . . . Marcy, Lois ' tacos . . . Junior Prom 6 29 75, 10 23 77 . . . Lan- caster . . . Bimbo . . . The Search . . . peace and love with family and friends. PATRICIA HULL Tra-Ra . . . cute . . . " Oh my God " . . . peeve: fighting with Alan ... to have money . . . F-hour Commons . . . Led Zeppelin. JOHN MICHAEL HURLEY " The kid with the G-rated mind " . . . Quiet, friendly . . . " What ever! " . . . peeve: waking up . . . to go to college and travel . . . " Danish Modern " . . . Summer of ' 77 . . . " Old days, good times I remember " . . . Steely Dan . . . Found in E205. DONNA J. IRELAND Peeve: phonies ... to stay happy . . . 11 27 77, 9 5 77 . . . Janice ' s craziness ... a cure for cancer ... a certain truck driver. MICHAEL JACKSON Mike . . . weird, semi-smart, happy, enjoys life . . . " Really? " . . . " Stairway to Heaven " . . . peeve: staying at a red light more than once ... see all people happy, have a family, own a business. EIJALIISA JARVINEN Friendly, artistic, stubborn . . . peeve: Coca-Cola . . . " But in Finland we have — " ... to continue my education . . . remembers teachers, especially Mr. Gormley . . . Aiti ja isi kiitokseni tasta experience vuodesta. KAREN M. JOHNSON Happy, sensitive, friendly . . . trips with Tee Sea, Tee Jay . . . Mod Squad with Cathy and Marggie . . . " All news is good news " . . . Prod or Christian . . . peeve: getting up early . . . Remembers volleyball with Ugly . . . Putt-Putt, dances, Summy. JOHN MICHAEL HURLEY MICHAEL JACKSON KAREN M. JOHNSON 54 CONNIE JONET DANETTE M. JORDAN KAREN MARIE KEARNEY MICHAEL KEEN CONNIE JONET Saozinha . . . quiet, dirty-minded, outgoing . . . " What can I say? " . . . peeve: getting up in the morning . . . to go to college, finish college . . . peace, joy for everyone, love . . . skipping E-hour study . . . Tavares. DANETTE M. JORDAN Friendly, talkative, crazy . . . two-faced people . . . to be successful in life . . . to be wealthy . . . peace throughout the world . . . fence in the morning barking . . . Roberta Flack. KARIN KANE Sensitive, happy, impatient . . . " Really? " . . . Summer of ' 77 . . . Fields Park . . . " Hawaii, " Hawk, Headlights . . . " Year of the cat " . . . treasures family and friends . . . great times with Darlene ... go to college, travel, and be happy. MARCY L. KATZ Marce . . . friendly, gullible, crazy . . . " Burr! " . . . " That ' s right " . . . peeve: phonies . . . the gang, duck hunting with Lois and Brian, Chinese food with Jeff . . . Pennsylvania . . . Joanne . . . 9 30 77 . . . Thanks Mom and Dad ... to become a fashion buyer. KAREN MARIE KEARNEY Friendly, funny . . . Majorettes, CYO . . . right Y-2, field trips, banana tree, C-hour Commons ... to travel, be happy. KATHLEEN KEATING I thought I ' d never really care, until I could not graduate here, life never meant that much to me, until your friend- ship set me free . . . the Park, superscrap, " Smiley, " " Shorty, " " Desperado. " MICHAEL KEEN Mike . . . lazy, always laughing . . . Friendly ' s, " The Odd Couple " . . . peeve: report cards, making excuses ... to go to college, law school. JANELLE KEENAN Nelle . . . agreeable . . . " It ' s okay " . . . peeve: SHS ' bar- tender and photographer . . . Arizona . . . Dave . . . " Wanna leave " . . . partying, teeing . . . Apartment 2 . . . Cheryl, " Stiff " . . .the diner . . . thank you, guys. MARCY L. KATZ KATHLEEN KEATING JANELLE KEENAN MARY THERESA KELLEHER DIANE T. KELLEY DONNA J. KELLEY ALISON J. KELLY RICHARD M. KELLY PETER J. KING Nis- 11 pet MARY THERESA KELLEHER Mary T. . . . friendly, crazy, loud . . . F and G peons . . . Friday 13th ... the island . . . 4 19 75 . sen ' s man . . . Friendly ' s . . . Cape with Buck 26 76, Bob. . .Thanks Mom. DIANE T. KELLEY Diane . . . quiet, rowdy . . . " Oh my God " peeve: saying goodbye to loved ones . . . college and marriage . . . to be happy . . . memories of Pops Con- certs ' 75, ' 76, ' 77. DONNA J. KELLEY Donna . . . quiet, but talkative . . . " U-jerk " . . .4 16 76, 6 19 77 ... " I feel too deep " . . . peeve: saying goodby . . . years with Donna C. . . . 6 18 77 . . . the Cape . . . " My Mistake " . . . treasures family, friends . . .all that ' s left are the memories. ALISON J. KELLY Al . . . quiet, easygoing . . . memories: summers at Chatham, gymnastics . . . Friday nights . . . Cat Ste- vens, Carly Simon . . . " Sounds of Silence " . . . fun with friends at SHS ... to travel, be content. JOAN M. KELLY Friendly, sensitive, happy . . . " What ' s the matter? " . . . peeve: waking up in the morning . . . Halloween ' 75 . . . track ... 20 mph . . . Friendly ' s . . . Island . . . " let ' s eat " . . . clowns . . . Summer of ' 76 . . . Mark 8 4 76. RICHARD M. KELLY Rich . . . friendly, easygoing, sincere ... " I really don ' t care " . . . pet peeves: trees . . . go to college . . . Penn- sylvania . . . Aerosmith, " Train Kept a Rollin. " PETER J. KING Blunt, witty . . . found with Muldoon and Driscoll . . . pet peeve: cut- throats . . . " You gotta step on people " . . .Little Steve, 8 19 77. . . DiMeola . . . Heineken. JOANNE R. KLIM Jo . . . happy, crazy, friendly . . . 9 25 76 Kevin . . . cheering . . . Jeanne 25 hrs. . . . hole in A-4th. Marty Mouse and sunglasses, abandoned in subway . . . Cha- sin ' BA . . . " Hey Jim " . . . peeve: Friday 13th . . . good times with Mary. JOAN M. KELLY JOANNE R. KLIM JEFFREY A. KNELL DONNA MARIE KOLBE JEANNE E. KOLINSKI MARK A. KOLTZ MICHAEL R.KRAMER STEVEN A. LACIVITA JEFFREY A. KNELL " The misuse of science is responsible for many of the world ' s most serious problems, but only by the enlightened use of science will we solve them . . . " (Albert Einstein) DONNA MARIE KOLBE Munchkin . . . happy, weird . . . " Oh! My word " . . . pet peeve: goodbye . . . to be a nurse, to be happy with Paul . . . Fleetwood Mac, " The Chain. " JEANNE E. KOLINSKI Friendly, unpredictable, crazy . . . Randy Vataha 4-ever, Jo 25 hrs. . . . Chasin ' Ba, Marty Mouse and Sunglasses, abandoned in subway, Nissenman, 5 t . . . peeve: guar- drails ... 7 girls in the black LTD . . . contests with Champ. . . Toyota Cruisin ' . . .1 28 77. MARK A. KOLTZ Koltzie . . . " Why? " . . . memories of Nerusy . . . Philly . . . Fleetwood Mac, " Rumors " . . . Peabody . . . " Go your own way " . . . Sundays with the Pats ... a different drummer . . . Celtics Pride . . . Pro-Specs . . . College . . . stats. MARC KONTOFF Syd . . . " All quiet on the western front " . . . pet peeve: Audrey ... to become a baker . . . have a Mercedes . . . united world. MICHAEL R. KRAMER Mike . . . quiet, sincere, moody . . . " Really " . . . peeve: rumors . . . to be a lawyer . . . self-confidence . . . defeat all prejudice . . . Friendly ' s, the island, college ping pong, talks with Joanne . . . The Cozone . . . hockey Knights . . . " I ' m out of here. " DONNA KRUPA " You may forget the friends with whom you ' ve laughed — But never the ones with whom you ' ve cried. " STEVEN A. LACIVITA Weird, crazy, smart . . . pet peeve: Paul, my boss . . .field geologist . . . boring teachers . . . " Kiss " . . . to go on to college. LISA M. LAFRANCE " Pebbles " . . . quiet, shy . . . " Get lost, will ya " . . . pet peeve: waiting for people . . . to be a beautician ... to get married ... Jr. year . . . accounting . . . " Feelings " . . . Jimmy 7 9 77. MARC KONTOFF DONNA KRUPA LISA M. LAFRANCE 57 SHAUN LANE THERESA M. LANGER PAUL FRANCIS LEAVER 58 TERRI A. LANDOLFI TERRI A. LANDOLFI Giggles . . . talkative, crazy, gullible ... " I don ' t believe it! " . . . pocketbook in flames . . . ' G-hour figurines " . . . Cheryl, winter of ' 75 . . . peeve: B-second doors . . . G- hour Commons . . . to be free . . . " Feelings. " SHAUN LANE Irishman . . . noisy . . . " We ' ll catcha " . . . peeve: snobs . . . Mr. Downs . . . math class . . . found with Lorraine . . . Scott ' s garage . . . to be rich and happy. THERESA M. LANGER Terry . . . friendly, happy, sensitive . . . " Say please " . . . peeve: good-byes . . . 9 27 75 . . . free football games . . . Red and Black Buick ... the fence . . . White Wall . . . Summer of ' 77 . . . long walks . . . C-hour Commons . . . to be a secretary. DONNA LARGE — Squirt . . . moody, loud . . . " no bargain. " " anything " . . . pet peeve: Army ... 1 1 7 74. found with Ralph . . . " Lady. " Styx . . . to be happv. PAUL FRANCIS LEAVER Loud, crazy, talkative, happy . . . homeroom gang . . . rides on hockey bus . . . Friday, Saturday night parties . . . be successful . . . talks with Joan . . . ride to Ply- mouth . . . Thanks Mom and Dad . . . " I ' m out of here. " STEPHEN J. LEBLANC Steve. LaFleur . . . easygoing, idiotic, ambitious . . . found in new Nikes . . . X-country, track, winter champs ' 76, Mr. Green and Bob Tosca . . . Rev. Ed Moon ... Jr. Prom, 4 22 77, a lesson learned 12 18 76 . . . Leona . . . be successful, married, a physician. DONNA LARGE PATRICIA J. LECLAIRE MlCHAtL D. LEDWITH JAMES LEM KENNETH LINCOLN PATRICIA J. LECLAIRE Tricia . . . friendly, happy, bptimistic . . . Fri. the 13th . . . cheering . . . Nissens man, red lights, Toyota in the rain, TP with the girls, 6 yrs. in homeroom, Friendly ' s, the island, Cid, Woody . . . Simons Rock and Boston ... to teach and be happy. MICHAEL E. LEDWITH Mike . . . quiet, conservative . . . hopes for happiness . . . James Taylor . . . Amirita Island, second-hand house . . . plans to attend, excel in college . . . much love to the par- ents of a grateful son. JAMES LEM Quiet, easygoing . . . " I ' m going to sleep " . . . pet peeve: waking up . . . skipping out . . . Led Zeppelin, " Stairway to Heaven " . . . to be rich and happy. DENISELEMAR Outgoing, out-spoken, sensitive . . . teach exceptional chil- dren . . . two-faced people, having nothing to do . . . " Really? " . . . Roy Ayers . . . Commodores . . . 1976 in D-lst basement on 1st lunch . . . Vic . . . demolish all prejudices and racial injustice. GAYLET. LEOPARDI Gayle . . . carefree, friendly . . . Rob, remembers 3 14 75 . . . Keebler Cookie Caboose . . . Blue Hills . . . tp with girls . . . A.M. parties . . . Thanks D, 7 1 77, DECA pres., 6 yrs. homeroom . . . treasures her ring ... to be married. JOAN MARIE LETSON Joanie . . . laughing, happy, smiling . . . " No way! " . . . skiing with the gang, pickin ' up Papa ' s Guys . . . Eagles, Steve Miller . . . cruisin ' with Liza, summertime . . . Lan- caster . . . " Nez! " . . . the business . . . 10 24 75 . . . Fields Park at 12 . . .island. . . " Born to Be Wild. " DARLENE LEVY To travel . . . peeves: rainy nights, two-face people . . . before school . . . Aerosmith, Rolling Stones . . . Field ' s Park . . . meeting Karin ... " I dunno, " " C ' mon " . . . headlights, hawk, heads right, tails left . . . 9 30 77 . . . summers. KENNETH LINCOLN Kenny . . . quiet . . . " Really " . . . peeve: getting called for skipping without skipping . . . " Shout It Out Loud " . . .to get a job. . . travel the country. GAYLET. LEOPARDI DARLENE LEVY LAURIE LOWELL 59 LOIS ANN LL ' RIE SARAH-ANN LYNCH KERJN E. LYONS JOHN W. MACKENZIE CHRISTINE M. MANN LOIS ANN LURIE Lo . . . " Duck " hunting with Marcy and Brian . . . Frampton ' s Frisbees . . . Chinese weekend . . . the talk in Maine . . . Fonda Pixie 1-7 . . . Lunch with " Carlos " . . . good times with Dean . . . will always cherish friends . . . thank you Mom and Dad. SARAH-ANN LYNCH Friendly, smiling, gullible . . . 12 14 74 . . . StuC with Uncle Tony . . . Friday nights, skiing, love to " the gang " . . . memories of summers in Mashpee ... on the Good- ship Lollipop Beach Boys . thank you. . the Search . . ' Sarah Smile " . Junior Class Trip . . . . to be happy . . . SHS, Kelly . . . .Jr. library ing . . friends KERIN E. LYONS friendly, gullible . . .9 12 75. . . Good Friday Prom ... Sr. Prom " 11 . . . The Stakeout . . . the . . . Sweathogs . . . the island . . . Wash . . . ski- . peeve: frigid weather . . . treasures family and . to be happy. ELIZABETH A. MACKENZIE Lily . . . crazy, loud . . . 4 20 76 . . . the stakeout . . . the green tank . . . Florida . . . Arthur . . . " eh mun! " . . . jello . . . two doormen . . . lost key ring . . . proms " 11 . . . Zazoo Pitts . . . Halloween ' 75 . . . the island . . . Sweathogs . . . peeve: frigid weather . . . treasures family and friends. JOHN W. MACKENZIE Mac . . . lazy, easily bored, sometimes crazy . . . " Let ' s go to the Pups! " . . . found hunting, fishing, or at the track . . . remembers: the Spa, Friendly ' s, the Gibbons ' with Deano . . . Chinese Weekend . . . Cleaning up at the pups . . . Jeff ' s farewell . . . the gang. CHRISTINE MARY MANN Chrissie, Chris . . . laughing with Laura . . . Chinese Weekend. Teasin ' Tina 1-7 . . . " We ' re All Alone " ... to the gang: thanks for being my friends . . . love to Mommie and Daddy ... a prayer for someone special . . . the pre- cious past . . . to be fat . . . Art School, model. RUTH M. MANN Ruthi . . . impatient, gullible, happy . . . " Really? " ... to be married ... to travel to Bermuda ... to change ... 3 2 76 . . . Falcon, concerts. Labor Day weekend in Ver- mont . . . 2 9 76, found always and hopefully forever with Steve. ELIZABETH A. MACKENZIE RUTH M. MANN TIMOTHY J. MANNING MARJORIE MANSFIELD LYNN MARINO LAURA J. MARK TIMOTHY J. MANNING Tim . . . quiet, ambitious, easygoing . . . pet peeve: wak- ing up on Monday mornings . . . " Times are tough " . . . to go to college . . . Roxies . . . Fleetwood Mac . . . Com- mons. MARJORIE MANSFIELD Margie . . . sometimes crazy, quiet, open-minded . . . " If we weren ' t all crazy, we ' d go insane! " . . . peeve: hatred, prejudice ... to master ambitions and use them where most needed . . . wishes for world to be peaceful . . . remembers moving to Stoughton and all the helpful people. LYNN MARINO Talkative, friendly . . . " Got any good scoops? " . . . spar- kle posters, notes, locker decorations, peanut fights, C-hour Commons . . . Chicago, 6 29 75, " Just You ' n ' Me " . . . " Petie, " " Do you feel like we do? " ... to travel, be a graphic designer. LAURA J. MARK The clam . . . peeves: knuckle cracking, rain . . . to grow a few inches . . . cure for cancer . . . 11 25 77 . . . lunch with " Carlos " . . . Mr. W ' s Phil-ins . . . 5:56 Time Machine . . . memories with Chris ... a special prayer for Annette and Everett . . . James Taylor . . . " the gang. " DAVID A. MARTIN Dave . . . " What ' s up? — the sky! " . . . found down the Chemung . . . remembers Summer of ' 76 . . . down the hole . . . " watch out for those glass onions. " CATHY MAYO Quiet, crazy at times . . . people who lie . . . long truck up A-4th ... to feel free and secure . . . laughs with Marga- ret .. . to be happy with Kenny . . . " You and Me, " Alice Cooper. JOANNE MARIE MAYO Jo, Crash . . . moody, funny, friendly . . . " what a ninny " . . . peeve: snobs . . . secretarial school, travel . . . " our little gang, " dances, Driver-ed, subway, Boston, Julie ' s cot- tage, football games in mud. Bill the cupid doll . . . love to Mom and Dad. WAYNE MARKIE JAMES MARTIN JOANNE MARIE MAYO LYNNE MAYO MARY JO MAYO CATHERINE McCARTHY JOE McCLOUD LYNNE MAYO Daydreamer, quiet, happy with life . . . " Party on " . . . peeve: Monday morning ... to get married, travel, work . . . 9th grade with Mr. Douglas, Junior Prom . . . " The Things We Do For Love " . . . found with Eddie, Shenani- gan ' s. MARY JO MAYO Happy, quiet, sensitive . . . found with Tony . . . to go to college ... to be successful . . . laughs with Doreen . . . Pumpkin . . . D-hour Commons. CATHERINE McCARTHY Cathy . . . quiet, sensitive, usually smiling . . . laughing with Amanda . . . Friendly ' s . . . the island . . . Mr. Awe- some . . . peeve: contacts under your eye . . . Florida . . . " I ' m confused " . . . Costa ' s . . . " the Ick " . . . remembers Chi Chi . . . to be happy. KEVIN R. McCarthy MacAdoo . . . friendly, persuasive, stubborn . . . peeve: two-faced people . . . law school, F.B.I. . . . " You gotta step on people " . . . Tuesday 22, baseball champs, scoffin ' and muffin ' with Joe, The Black Lagoon . . . " We ' re Outta Here! " JOE McCLOUD Ginzo . . . small, dark, strange . . . " You Got to Give it to Me " . . . peeve: report cards . . . to be an architect . . . Aerosmith ... to have peace of mind . . . remembers girls in the corridors. CHERYL McDonald Friendly, talkative . . . " that ' s life " . . . falling in history . . . Commons with Terri . . . snobby people . . . Boston . . . Thanks to Mom and Dad. 62 KEVIN R. McCarthy BRETT McDANIEL JO-ANNE Mcdonough DIANE E. McLaughlin MAUREEN MARIE McKINNON WILLIAM F. MEADOWS CATHERINE A. McGRATH Cathy. . . good natured, sensitive . . . pet peeve: blushing . . . brick walls, 8 8 77 . . . pink curlers, basket on Ash . . . Macs, Thorn . . . Smiley . . . treasures family and friends . . . to go to college and be happy. MAUREEN MARIE McKINNON Moe . . . moody, unpredictable, sarcastic . . . " I ' m seri- ous " . . . summer fun at Hampton . . . New York with Micky . . . pet peeve: jealous people . . . treasures family . . . Fleetwood Mac . . . To be successful and wealthy. DIANE E. McLaughlin Di . . . Commons ' 75- ' 76 . . . Joey 6 27 77 . . . Begin- nings . . .Jr. Prom ' 77 . . . harbor lights ... Sr. Prom ' 76 . . . Apartment 2 . . . Horseneck . . . Vermont weekend. LINDAJ. McNALLY Sensitive, friendly, unpredictable . . . peeves: boredom, friends that aren ' t . . . remembers: swimming, CYO, bas- ket on Ash, pink curlers, Tmbnes . . . to go to college and be happy . . . treasures memories of a special friend. WILLIAM A. McNAMARA JR. Billy . . . friendly, easygoing, moody ... " I don ' t know " . . . found at Marx ' s . . . Led Zeppelin, New York 6 7 77 . . . remembers summer of ' 77 . . . to travel and be rich. WILLIAM F. MEADOWS Bill . . . not too fast . . . morning smokes . . . Betsy . . . Fridays at Fred ' s . . . stage band ... St. Albans . . . pet peeve: hard guys . . . " It ' s been fun. " PAULA A. McLaughlin WILLIAM A. McNAMARA JR. 63 DENNIS MEDEIROS GLENDA ANNE MEEKS DONNA M. MEIER JOSEPH MENDONCA CHERYL METTLER GINA M. MOLINARI DENNIS MEDEIROS Persistent. . . " We ' re out of here " . . . pet peeve: teachers who give homework and think that ' s the most important class . . . to go into the service ... to live . . . world peace . . . freshman football, wrestling . . . Cat Stevens. GLENDA ANNE MEEKS Wilma, Glen . . . rowdy, talkative, determined . . . " Tell me about it, " " Who cares " . . . snobby people ... to become a nurse . . . to be happy with someone special . . . 12 18 76. . . Mr. Gormley ' s sociology classes . . . " Don ' t Give Up On Us Baby " . . . Paw . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. DONNA M.MEIER Crazy, friendly . . . " Say what " . . . " Yeah right " . . . peeve: snobs ... to get married . . . memories of the Drive-In with Rose and Alan . . . A-hr. Commons. ' 76 . . . " Slow Dancin ' " . . . Phil 8 14 77. KEVIN C. MEREDITH Nard . . . understanding, easygoing . . . " I ' m panicking " . . . peeve: cliques . . . to go to college . . . own business . . . change discrimination . . . DECA, Debatain A. P.P. ... " I Must Let the Show Go On. " CHERYL METTLER Softspoken, determined, gullible . . . likes to spend money . . . " You think so " . . . peeve: liars . . . Bad Company ... A rainy night in Brockton, Hampton Beach, Summer of ' 76 . . . first car, sophomore year . . . " Zina. " MARJORIE BETH MILLER Margie . . . friendly, happy, ambitious . . . to be a nurse . . . memories of USY . . . Quincy Senior Prom . . . the fun times . . . summer of ' 77 . . . Sketti Supper . . . looks forward to happy times in the future. GINA M. MOLINARI Friendly, flirtatious, usually smiling . . . " Spare me " . . . Jeanne abandoned in subway . . . peeve: rumors, clumsi- ness . . . Friendly ' s . . . " icecubes " . . . Toyota cruisin ' . . . Agawam, Florida, college, med. tech. . . . treasures family and friends. TOM MONAHAN Moon . . . lazy, friendly . . . " We ' re out of here " ... to join the service . . . to be wealthy . . . " no one should ever be hungry " . . . Mr. Quigley ' s English class . . . Lynrd Skynrd. KEVIN C. M EREDITH MARJORIE BETH MILLER TOM MONAHAN DANIEL p. MONE JEANNE MONE GREG J. MONTESANO JAMES B. MONTGOMERY STEPHEN MORIARTY DANIEL P. MONE Captain Jack . . . shy, quiet, kind . . . " the hell with it " . . . peeve: stairways . . . freshman year . . . " The First Cut is the Deepest " . . . Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young . . . make it to California and then have a plane trip back. JEANNE MONE Mone, Jean Bean . . . talkative, easygoing, funny, unpre- dictable . . . " You ' re a jerk " . . . Industrial Arts . . .make all dreams come true . . . Gina ' s apartment 2, Patti ' s, D- hour Commons, . . . Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young . . . " I ' m out of here. " GREG J. MONTESANO Monty . . . stubborn, easygoing . . . " We ' ll catch ya " . . . to have a successful career and be rich . . . Teddy ' s Shop, Dianne 12 21 76. . . Yes ' 77, Eagles and Mac ' 75. JAMES B. MONTGOMERY " God grant me the serenity to accept the things I can not change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom always to know the difference. " SUSAN M. MOONEY Sue, Sue Moo . . . peeve: Levi ' s without a belt . . . Satur- day mornings in the rain . . . Girls ' tennis will win, some- day . . . pyramids in the living room, 2 23 77 . . . " You can tell me — if you want to " . . . U Mass Amherst with Connie. ANNE A. MOORE Nan . . . happy, gullible, suspicious . . . " You ' re hurtin ' " . . . peeve: people who talk . . . to go to college, to make people happy . . . 6 16-19 77 Jari ... old friends . . . Fleetwood Mac, " Dreams " . . . found with Murray, Lynn, and Lesley. THERESA MOORE Tami . . . moody, quiet, friendly . . . peeve: getting up for school ... to do something interesting ... to get more jobs for everyone . . . car wash . . . Peter Frampton . . . Bee Gees . . . STEPHEN MORIARTY Steve . . . calm, moody, lazy . . . " I ' m shot, " " Hey you " . . . Tues. 22, 76 . . . the Island . . . Hoffman and the tree . . . Peeve: Peepers at the party . . . " What ' s up gentle- men? " . . . to go to college. DONALD B. MORRILL JR. Don . . . moody, outspoken . . . " not even " . . . peeve: brown nosers . . . hockey, traditional blue line . . . parties ... 2 a.m. walk in Field ' s Park . . . Cruisin ' with cube . . . Snow ' s ... to be rich and famous . . . " Aqualung, " " Agents of Fortune. " SUSAN M. MOONEY THERESA MOORE DONALD B. MORRILL JR. 65 7S n STEPHEN J. MULDOON CATHERINE A. MURPHY TIMOTHY P. MORRIS DONNA MORRISON MICHELLE MURPHY DONNA MORRISON Crazy, gullible . . . " Be Free " . . . peeve: coming home at night . . . Florida, to party forever . . . work study . . . Rod Stewart, " I am Sailing. " MICHAEL F. MORRISSEY Don ' t walk in front of me, I may not follow. Don ' t walk behind me, I may not lead. Just walk beside me, and be my friend. STEPHEN J. MULDOON Steve . . . friendly, talkative . . . " go easy " . . . peeve: school . . . parties with the Fort Gang . . . " Ya " . . . Wrestling, track . . . Frosh Dance — look what it started . . . " Why now? " . . . Red and Gold . . . DiMieola. ELAINE MULHERN Stoney . . . Britten Ave. Flaming Field Secret Agent Mis- sion . . . " Watch the river flow! " . . . peeve: people who have to have the last word . . . Neil Young, " Southern Man " . . . to be a business worker. CATHERINE A. MURPHY Cathy, Murph . . . sensitive, unpredictable, usually smiling . . . " What a queer! " . . . F and G hour peons, 7 girls in the black LTD, Toyota Cruisin ' . . . peeves: cold sores, getting caught . . . Florida . . . found with Diane. DIANE C. MURPHY Moody, naive . . . " Later, " " Soon, Di? " . . . peeve: no smoking rules . . . " Touche " . . . Brockton kids . . . Nancy and Brad: mornings with Leanne and Diana . . . breakfast. . . Greg 12 21 76 . . . To be a lab technician. MICHELLE MURPHY Friendly, talkative, crazy . . . peeve: boredom . . . to be a secretary ... to live a happy fulfilling life . . . balloons with Cindy and Jet, pink curlers at the drive-in, " Are you cold? " . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. JOSEPH MURRAY Joe. . . quiet, but friendly . . . peeve: going from E-build- ing to A-4th ... to become an electrical engineer . . . Steve Miller Band . . . to be successful in life. MICHAEL MORRISSEY ELAINE MULHERN DIANE MURPHY JOE MURRAY 66 MARILYN NICHOLSON SUSAN T. NICHOLS FREDNEBEL Happy, friendly, shy . . . " You big galoot! " . . . peeves: dumb questionnaires, closed basements . . . tennis in Commons . . . " Jump, Shout, and Boogie " . . . world peace, immortality . . . college. CYNTHIA L. NESS Cindy . . . talkative, crazy, smiling . . . " Spare me " . . . Lancaster, Pa., majorettes, 6 11 77, Bickfords, ski trips with Jet . . . " Gruesome Twosome " . . . the gang . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. SUSAN T. NICHOLS Sue . . . happy, gullible, talkative . . . " No, really? " . . . peeve: two-faced people . . . gymnastics, American Stud- ies, Scusset . . . baby curl, straws. Angels. MARILYN NICHOLSON Mai . . . Peeve: being told what to do . . . " Southern Mance . . . 1976-1977 gym class . . . to go to Mexico . . . to be a police officer. JEFFREY S. NICKERSON Jeff . . . unpredictable . . . peeve: getting up in the morn- ing . . . the kids from lancaster . . . nights with Marcy . . . good tims in Walsh ' s and Kmiec ' s shops . . . Fleetwood Mac . . . to be an accountant. ANN MARIE NOE Talkative, friendly . . . peeve: stuck-up people . . . " Oh my God! " . . . B209-history class . . . munching on Com- mons . Donna. 6 10 77 Rolland with Rene, Jen and LINDA L. NOWE Lyn . . . crazy . . . peeve: taking tests . . . " This is the pits! " . . . chorus with Deb and Bev . . . to work with deaf children . . . Aerosmith ... to make everyone happy. ELEANOR O ' DONNELL El . . . Friendly, silly . . . the subway, trips to Boston, Ski Club, avalanche at Mt. Wachusett, certain ' 77 seniors . . . " the gang " . . . " Are you sisters? " . . . our golden plates ... to travel. DIANE PATRICIA OGAR Di . . . friendly, sensitive, gullible . . . " I ' m psyched! " . . . Ski Club . . . trips to Boston, talks with Liza . . . the Beach . . . the gold plates . . . " Someday we ' ll ride " . . . to be a nurse. JEFFREY S. NICKERSON LINDA L. NOWE DIANE P. OGAR 67 r DEBRA OLSEN MARKT. O ' NEILL JOHN PALERMO CONSTANCE J. PALMER MIKEPANCIOCCO DEBRA OLSEN Debbie . . . crazy, funny, shy . . . " Oh be serious " . . . Mr. LeGrow demanding " Get it right, " two-faced people . . . Pops ' 77 . . . no more wars . . . Vermont ' 77 . . . to enjoy Hfe, travel. MARK T. O ' NEILL Mark . . . Friendly ' s, Island, Halfmoon, Peepers at the party, Hoffer ' s Tree . . . peeve: stubborn, two-faced peo- ple. CONSTANCE J. PALMER " From quiet homes and first beginning, out to the undis- covered ends, There ' s nothing worth the wear of winning. But laughter and the love of friends. " (Hilaire Belloc) LOUISE ANNE PARRIN Lou . . . rowdy, silly, crazy . . . " That ' s Life " . . . peeve: getting up in the morning ... to work with children ... to be happy, get married and have children . . . Aerosmith, " Dream On " . . . wishes for a cure for cerebral palsy. MARY PARRIN Spaz . . . loud, crazy, friendly . . . " U-jerk " . . . peeve: two-faced people ... to work with children . . . share a family with someone special . . . stop child abuse and find a Are for cerebral palsy . . . remembers 5 1 76 . . . bicent rock . . . found with Kenny. MARK PANCIOCCO 68 LEO PETRIE CARLOS PENA LINDA C. PHILLIPS PATRICIA PECHONIS Patty . . . " Big One " . . . peeve: waiting . . . treasures family and friends . . . 6 12 76, Brant Rock, Cape, Ver- mont, Corner, Chrystal . . . " Teenage Wasteland. " CARLOS PENA Moody, friendly . . . " Outa here " . . . peeve: gas stations ... ski trips . . . " Knights in White Satin " . . . hockey ... to attend college, study engineering and be successful. RICHARD A. PENNEY Dicky . . . " You can ' t out fox a fox " . . . peeve: homeg- rown ... to get rich quick ... to buy a house . . . legalize pot . . . parties . . . Led Zeppelin . . . " I ' d rather be work- ing. " CARL E. PEOPLES Weebles . . . rowdy, independent, troublemaker . . . money hungry . . .Party. . .Oct. 4, 1976. . .wants to get ahead in life . . . Aerosmith, Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin. ROBERT R. PERKINS Bob . . . friendly, easygoing, carefree . . . Zeppelin ' 77, Vermont, Mars, Wally ' s, 1 10 75 . . . " Alcohol Forever, " " Do it up " . . . Good times with Chet ... to travel and go to college. LEO PETRIE Lee . . . courteous, polite, friendly . . . " not even, " " what ' s up? " , " catch you later " . . . attend Northeastern or Bentley . . . have a nice home and family and try to become a C.P.A. . . . Thanks to so many great teachers. KATHY PHILLIPS Active, daring . . . " Yes, even " . . . peeve: always repeat- ing myself ... to marry Ronnie . . . to be happy . . . C- first . . . " Sweet. " LINDA C.PHILLIPS Moody, sensitive . . . peeve: loneliness and not being able to smoke . . . having a good career ... be happy ... a successful marriage . . . breakfast with Karen, nights with Patty . . . Mammoth Mart . . . helping Mickey . . . " Bread. " TERESA PIMENTAL Terri . . . friendly, polite . . . " To love and be loved is the greatest joy on Earth " . . . peeve: getting up in the morn- ing ... to live a good life and be happy . . . sophomore year . . . " Without you " . . . good luck to everyone. ROBERT R. PERKINS KATHY PHILLIPS TERESA PIMENTAL 69 AMANDA S. POWELL LORETTA JEAN POWERS LINDA MARIE PRAY LEONARD J. PINAL D DONNA M. PIRES LEONARD J. PINAUD Lenny . . . studious, hardworking, determined . . . musi- cal . . . Saturdays with band ... on the drill team bus . . . hide the cookie . . . Alex . . . stageband with Al . . . Win- ter Dance . . . trip to Vermont, on chorus bus . . . " Hey Cymbals. " DONNA M. PIRES Gullible, sarcastic . . . " Yuh Right " . . . jello . . . Good Fri. . . . 11 6 76 . . . pool party . . . Halloween ' 75 . . . Sweathogs . . . Zazoo pitts . . . Ski trip . . . the Island . . . pet peeve: frigid weather . . . treasures family and friends. KYRA PLESS Carefree, worrywart, outgoing . . . " anyway, um " ... all the partyin ' . . . peeve: boredom, Sunday drivers . . . Fair Lawn . . . camping ' 77 . . . Vermont . . . teein ' . . . " wanna leave? " . . . apt. 2 . . . out laughing fits . . . fight down Ames . . . " Thanks you guys! " AMANDA S. POWELL Asp . . . happy, sensitive, moody, laughing with Cathy . . . F and G hour peons . . . Friendly ' s ... " a what? " . . . the Island . . . D103 . . . pumpkins . . . shopping with Mar ' T. and Cathy . . . Mr. Awesome . . . the ick . . . Florida . . . to be happy. DAVID POWERS Dave . . . quiet . . . " How Ya Doin ' ? " . . . peeve: guitar strings . . . memories: " The Prince. " Dr. Davis ' history class . . . Boston, " Peace of Mind " . . . to go to college, get married ... be successful . . . wishes for deflation of prices. LORETTA JEAN POWERS Mario . . . talkative, crazy, gullible, outgoing . . . " Boot it " . . . " Boring dates " ... to become a cosmetologist . . . to be on the passenger side . . . soph, year . . . Cheering . . . Student Council . . . the Island . . . Thanks Mr. Sarno . . . treasures family . . . Moe. LINDA MARIE PRAY Sensitive, nutty . . . " Catch ya later " . . . peeve: home- work on weekends ... to have a career in nursing . . . helping people in need, whenever possible . . . Christmas Dance 12 20 75, Sears ' parking lot 6 4 77 ... the good times with Bob. KYRA PLESS DAVID POWERS MICHAEL T. POWERS 70 BRIAN PSOTA KATHLEEN RANSOM JENNIFER L. RAPSON BILL REMICK JAMES J. PURCELL JR. DONNA M. RAFALKO BRIAN PSOTA Marcy. Lois and the mysterious duck, the ski trips and Mr. Bernier . . . Phil as Santa . . . Joanne and Margaret at the Spa . . . Dean and Mac at the pups . . . Jai-lai . . . Tur- keys I and II . . . Bentley College and accounting for future. JAMES J. PURCELL JR. Easy to get along with, always laughing . . . pet peeve: crystal gypsy, crutches . . . people who don ' t laugh . . " Hit the track? " . . . found at the track with Dave and Steve . . . Steve ' s place ... all my friends ... to go to Detroit. DONNA M. RAFALKO Donna . . . sensitive, nervous . . . " Ya, really " . . . peeve: waiting around . . . Junior year . . . " Only You " ... a special kind of friend . . . continue being happy ... be successful in everything accomplished. KATHLEEN RANSOM Kakathleen . . . burnt, paranoid, wacky . . . " Uh, this is so boring " . . .memories: 170 cut slips, second lunch with Mr. McLellan, the weebles, high times with Denise ... go to Minnesota, to visit Denise, have a horse . . . too many rules. DEAN A. RAPOZA Dino . . . Friendly ' s, Spa . . . Gibbons, Friday nights . . . cleaning up at the pups with John . . . " the tradition " and talks on the wall with Mario . . . Lois ' secret, the talk in Maine, Chinese weekend, ticklish . . . B ' s with Dad . . . Fall River . . . late lunches with Phil, the gang, band. JENNIFER L. RAPSON Jen-Jen . . . punctual, easy going . . . " out, out, damn spot " . . . pet peeve: indecisive people . . . wishes the world could live together, be one country instead of many . . . history with " Chumps " . . . Rick Wakeman, " The Last Battle " . . . work with people ... to have security in life. NANCY REARDON Nancy . . . weird, strange, friendly . . . " Oh my God " . . . found with Ricky (ick) . . . pet peeve: waiting, snakes . . . fond memories, 1 15 76 . . . stop child abuse ... to change 7 27 76 . . . to visit Hawaii . . . to be happy. BILL REMICK Bill . . . friendly, shy . . . remembers nothing good about school . . . Led Zeppelin. PATRICIA ROCCI Patti . . . quiet, happy . . . deliveries to the park . . . " Hawk " . . . " I can ' t believe it! " . . . New Hampshire . . . the Cape . . . Steely Dan, " Royal Scam " ... to live down the Cape and then. DEAN A. RAPOZA NANCY REARDON PATRICIA ROCCI 71 RENEE R. ROCHE THOMAS F. ROCHE JOHN RODERIGUES JR. JOANNE M. ROMANICK MANUEL S. ROSE ALAN ROSS RENEE M. ROCHE Renee . . . sensitive . . . " Do you know what I mean? " . . . deliveries to the park, the hawk, early mornings . . . Van Morrison, Stevie Wonder . . . Chuckie, 9 24 74 . . . to be happy. THOMAS F. ROCHE Tom . . . " Oh my word, I believe ya! " . . . peeve: people who think they know everything . . . 5 1 75 . . . The J. Geils Band . . . " I ' m out of here! " JOHN RODERIGUES JR. Quiet, happy . . . " Wanna Party? " . . . Fleetwood Mac, Frampton . . . partying at the place . . . to go to school and make the best out of life. JOANNE M. ROMANICK Rom . . . honest, independent . . . " Juliusness prevails! " . . . college . . . special times with Joanne, Gorett, Jen . . . " My Way " . DANIEL T. ROSE Beth . . . thanks, Mr. Green . . . always found on the track . . . peeve: vaulting and missing . . . Walsh ' s Shop . . . Blue Hill ' s Drive-In . . . Muldoonism . . . 2 19 77 . . . lost key ring. MANUEL S. ROSE Manny . . . " Yeah right " . . . ambitious, determined . . . show tickets at the dogs . . . parties, cars, hockey, pictures . . . peeves: two-faced people, welchers . . . " What a beautiful New Yorker! " . . . to be a dentist, see the world. JOY ROSENBLATT Scherre . . . friendly, crazy, vivacious, rowdy . . . Summer of ' 74 and ' 77 . . . cheering . . . Columbian . . . reunite . . . Coors . . . 8 28 77-10 23 77 ... all nighters . . . Super scrap . . . Joy-bird. KATHRYN ROSS Kathy . . . friendly, talkative, stubborn ... " I don ' t care " . . . peeve: two-faced people . . . " Escapades " . . . " Free- bird " . . . Yes ... to travel and be happy. DANIEL T. ROSE JOY ROSENBLATT KATHRYN ROSS 72 STEVEN P. ROSSMAN LISA ROTH ROLF RUBEN LINDA M. SACRAMONA LANCE SALTZMAN STEVEN P. ROSSMAN Ross . . . happy, friendly, quiet . . . " What? " , " Huh? " . . . peeve: fashion sHpper . . . found at the track with Jim and Dave . . . to go to college and be happy . . . to be suc- cessful. ROLF RUBEN Parties . . . the beach . . . Science fairs . . . Roxies . . . Maltese Falcon . . . people to see, places to go, things to do, always ... to bring order to the world. MARK RANDAL RUGGIERO " The whole world is a party and you are invited " ... to study architecture ... to become rich . town should hire new teachers. BARBARA A. RUSH Babs . . . paranoid, talkative, outgoing . . around . . . to be rich, travel, to be happy money peeve: waiting . . New Hamp- shire, the Cape . . . Friday nights . . . Concerts . . . " I ' m wicked scared! " LINDA M. SACRAMONA Sac, Nina . . . crazy, friendly, smiley . . . field hockey, Softball, B-ball . . . " Thank you " . . . pet peeve: the Bak- ery, goodbyes ... to have a career and family . . . treas- ures friends . . . Where are the Clowns . . . pink curlers . . . Basket on Ash. ELLEN SALETT Ell . . . happy, cheerful, friendly . . . " really " . . . " cold shoulders " . . . to be a secretary, to get married . . . peace and happiness . . . Monday and Friday unschedules . . . 10 7 74. . . " So You Say You Love Me. " LANCE SALTZMAN " Everyday in everyway I ' m getting better and better " . . . rich and famous . . . without studying . . . " They ' re com- ing to take me away, uh huh. " MIKE SANDLER Spaced, wasted, etc. . . . " Let ' s party " . . . peeve: people without a sense of humor . . . wishes that everyone could get along with one another . . . " Where ' s the party tonight? " . . . Maria. BARBARA A. RUSH ELLEN SALETT MIKESANDLER MARGARET H. SANO TERRI A. SATKIEWICZ MARYBETH SAVING JOHN SCADUTO USA SCHIFFER MICHELE SCOTT MARYANN SEERY MARGARET H. SANO " Guinea " . . . persistent . . . found at the Spa, 6 25 75 . . . Thanks Dick . . . peeve: nicknames for Margaret, pri- orities . . . " You turkey, " Dennisport, Simon ' s rock. D103, the gang. Bimbo, Pizza Suppers, friends like Hubie ... to be 5 ' 4 " , happiness . . . phonegirl to win. TERRI A. SATKIEWICZ Weird, strange, crazy . . . basements, flowers, Maine . . . accidents. Reunite . . . found partying with Joy and Laura, usually at Dub ' s . . . b ' days, hat . . . pessimists, plastic people . . . lanes, Paul E. Dever, caught again, sunsets . . . " Orange Sunshine " . MARYBETH SAVINO Mary . . . crazy, paranoid, sensitive . . . Summer of ' 76 . . . Good Friday, cruisin ' the stake out, the island . . . Mr. Sarno and StuC . . . peeve: frigid weather . . . week- ends in Wareham . . . family and friends, ski trip, grease monkeys . . . " Let ' s eat " . . . to be happy. JOHN SCADUTO Scud . . . unpredictable, friendly, determined . . . " What are you, malignant? " . . . peeve: gossip . . . debate with gummy . . . Fleetwood Mac, Boston . . . plans to own business. LISA SCHIFFER Memories of all the partying and good friends, being happy ... up the farm . . . the perfect match . . . 5 22 77 . . . the talks, the smiles . . . laughing . . . breakfast for some- one special . . . " Freddie kid and Me. " LORI SCHMOUTH Lau . . . friendly, rowdy . . . sitting on the rocks down the Cape . . . remembers friends. Commons ' 76, 3 3 76 . . . " Really " . . . peeve: stuck-up people . . . treasures family and friends . . . plans to live in the country and be happy. ERIC J. SEELEY Corn Husker . . . friendly, outgoing ... 1 1 12 77, Queen . . . Peeves: being short, physics, G-hour Commons. MARYANN SEERY Fanny . . . talkative, friendly . . . C-hour Mac, certain red light in Brockton. 11 13 76 . . . Out with Donna and Sis . . . fun with Sandy. Bert. Kath. Chris . . . treasures family and friends. JUDY SERPA " Live and let live " . . . peeve: snobs . . . Fleetwood Mac this school was like a jail to work and travel. ERIC J. SEELEY JUDY SERPA 74 -Alt f CELINA SERPA MARIA GORETT SERPA CHERYLANN SESTITO SUSANNE R.SIMONS CELINA SERPA Sally . . . occasionally loud, friendly . . . " Party! " . . . peeve: snobs, basement monitors, security guards ... to be married, own a small business ... to get rid of the atom bomb . . . lunch freshman year. MARIA GORETT SERPA My-Riar . . . friendly, talkative . . . " Laurie, you ' re sick " . . . peeves: prejudiced people, snobs ... to get married and see the rest of the world . . . D-hour with Mr. Cormier and Linda K. . . . Bay City Rollers . . . " It was fun. " CHERYLANN SESTITO Cheryl. . . talkative, crazy, easygoing . . . Brian, 9 17 76 . . . " Miracles, " partying B-hour commons . . . peeve: snobby, stuck up people . . . " The green hands " . . . Gina ' s apartment ... Jr. Prom, Bad Company, getting into trouble with Nelle. ERIC M. SHULMAN Shulee . . . friendly, generous, outgoing, available . . . " Carl Yastremski " . . . peeve: people who feel superior . . . Junior Prom, Foster Brooks . . . Frampton ... to catch Bigfoot and achieve my goals . . . to go to college, be a journalist. FILOMENA M. SILVA Fil . . . quiet, sensitive, easygoing . . . " You Fool! " . . . phonies . . . found with Leo . . . to be successful . . . A- and F-hour Commons freshman year. PAULA J. SILVA Unpredictable ... " I don ' t know " . . . peeve: rainy days . . . DECA, E-hour with Mr. McCarthy . . . " Slow Danc- ing " . . . to be rich and happy . . . for everyone to love one another . . . to go to school and work. RICHARD A. SILVA HiHo . . . strange, friendly . . . " Say What? " . . . school food . . . liver . . . Join the Navy . . . Chamberlain ' s " Chamberbrains " . . . English classes . . . Frank Sinatra. SUSANNE R.SIMONS Sue ... all around good . . . peeve: snobby people . . . lunch, D-3rd junior year . . . Fleetwood Mac . . . wishes for peace . . . to go to school, become a teacher, and get married. CHARLES SINGLE Charlie, Doug . . . lost, quiet, blank . . . " Nothing " . . . peeve: labels, cliques . . . losing to Franklin ' 74, beating Franklin ' 75 . . . undefeated . . . " Muldoonism " . . . Ralph . . . missing races . . . to go to college, to just get by . . . Thanks, Mr. Green. FILOMENA M. SILVA RICHARD A. SILVA CHARLES SINGLE 75 DEBBI SMITH LAWRENCE L. SMITH JOSEPH SPANGENBERGER TRACY LEE SISCO STEPHEN SLY TRACY LEE SISCO Trace . . . energetic, different, spunky, friendly . . . " Get away from me, " " You are a pollution of my life " . . . peeve: people staring at me for no reason ... to study criminal justice or law . . . to be able to communicate and deal with people . . . stop racial injustice . . . " Boogie Nights, " Heatwave. STEPHEN SLY Steve . . . quiet, happy . . . " You know " . . . found in Pinecrest . . . peeve: working Saturday night . . . Led Zeppelin ... to live and have fun . . . to go to technical school. BEVERLY ROBIN SMITH Bev, Smitty . . . friendly, talkative . . . " What can I say? " . . . phony people . . . become a nurse, get married, help people . . . harmony between all people . . . Chicago, " Colour My World " . . . Chorus with Deb and Linda . . . Honor Society . . . Michelle, USY dances . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and Steven. DEBBI SMITH Boze . . . stubborn, silly . . . John . . . fond memories of D-hour Commons . . . " After the Gold Rush " . . . Patty ' s . . . pet peeve: Scotch . . . to be happy. LAWRENCE L. SMITH Larry . . . cool, calm, irresistible . . . " Stick with me, you ' ll go places " . . . pet peeve: Jr. Prom ... go into law . . . why can ' t we all be friends? . . . beating Oliver Ames twice in ' 76 . . . Earth, Wind, and Fire, " Reasons. " PHILIP A. SOLITO Filthy Phil . . . band, late lunches, offbeat with Dean . . . always laughing . . . coaching 3rd . . . stuck at the pups with John . . . easy bets with Renee . . . munching out with Tex . . . Marci ' s party, Brian ' s party, Santa Claus and kisses . . . love girls. JOSEPH SPANGENBERGER Joe . . . independent . . . pet peeve: traffic lights . . . Yes ... to live like a king . . . college. SHARON ANN STETSON Susie, Scotti ... A wee bit daft . . . Bay City Rollers . . . Lien . . . chipmouse . . . The Big M . . . Brown eyes . . . " What ' s green and floats? " . . . L and C . . . Shaun . . . Always in my room . . . peeling potatoes, " Cover your feet! " . . .Tartan. . . Thanks Mom and Dad. - BEVERLY ROBIN SMITH ELIZABETH SMITH PHILIP A. SOLITO SHARON ANN STETSON 76 9- ■ TIT J! NANCY STEWART DAVID F. SWEENEY MARGARET ST. GEORGE LAUREN A. STICKLER THOMAS E. SZOSTEK NANCY STEWART Sensitive, easy-going, talkative . . . " Lordy be! " . . . fake people . . . Neil Diamond ... to help needy little children . . . Sturbridge Village with Jane, Peggy, Theresa, Laura . . . memories of 3 17-20 77 with Gorms and Ham ... to be happy. MARGARET ST. GEORGE Marggie, Marjorie Morningstar, Magpie . . . " Oh God! " , " Lovely, huh? " . . . peeve: ignorant people . . . Avis tries harder, " Mod Squad " with Cathy and Karen . . . " The trouble with inferiority complexes is that too often the wrong people have them. " LAUREN A. STICKLER Laurie . . . quiet, inquisitive, happy . . . peeve: cliques . . . to be free and happy . . . trips with TeePee and Tee- Sea . . . " My ring! " ... Jr. Prom, Pennsylvania trip. Sci- ence Fairs . . . Aerosmith concerts ... " I pray that the life of spring and summer may ever lie fair in my memory. " CAROL ANN STORM Talkative, moody . . . " It ' s cool " . . . peeve: good-byes . . . Paw ... to know someone, 10 30 75 ... to live my dreams . . . Sears parking lot . . . 6 4 77 . . . discussions with Mom. . . Ron, 7 29 77, 9 17 77 . . . to make some- one happy . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. CHERYL SULLIVAN Quiet, shy, paranoid . . . peeve: rainy days . . . " Oh, I don ' t believe it " . . . cruising with Dot, running for the bus . . . Mr. Murphy . . . " Dreams " ... to go into nursing . . . happiness and prosperity for all. DAIVD F. SWEENEY Sween . . . short, friendly . . . " ya right " . . . Tuesday 22 . . . the Island . . . detour signs . . . Friendly ' s . . . 4 12 77 . . . track . . . peeve: peepers at the party. HENRY B. SWEENEY JR. Hank work. quiet ... go to college for art and business JANE A. SZUM . . " I didn ' t see it! " . . . " No, first you . Search 11 12-14 76 . . . Danvers . . . . an afternoon in Andrew Square ... a . Sweeny ' s soap opera Happy, gullible untie the boat! " the park at 12 . certain unfinished chap . . . Paw . . . My place, Nashawena. CHERYL SULLIVAN HENRY B. SWEENEY JR. JANE A. SZUM 77, JANE-ELLEN TAMUL JAMES M. TARDANICO MARIO FINZETTO TEIXEIRA HARRY GLENN THOMPSON HEIDI A. TOTMAN JANE-ELLEN TAMUL Jet . . . sensitive, friendly, outgoing . . . " No problem " . . . remembers: picnic tables at Mac ' s, going crazy, bal- loons, Bickfords with Elliot and Michelle . . . skiing . . . The Who . . . memories of " The Gang " . . . to be a physi- cal therapist. JAMES M. TARDANICO Jimbob . . . easygoing, determined, snake . . . " Sweet, Nuthing! " . . . peeves: hard guys. Fords . . . high income with little work ... the burning poster . . . Led Zeppelin, " Gallows Pole, " " Seager " . . . " Goodbye Pinhead " ... to be successful in business. LUCIANA E. TEIXEIRA Lucy, Lou . . . gullible, friendly . . . " We ' re gonna make it " . . . trips to Boston, cottage, summer ' 77 . . . parties, a certain gift . . . the little group, movies with Crash and El . . . " More Than a FeeHng " . MARIO FINZETTO TEIXEIRA Tex, politician . . . " You ' re a sickie " . . . Stu-C, the tradi- tion, talks with Dean on the wall. Little Sis, munchin ' with Phil, " pink flamingos " , the gang, photography, " sempre- Brasil " . . . " time and fleeting moments are deep with love and memories " . . . Amor to Mom and Dad. CYNTHIA L. TISDALE Peaches . . . friendly, quiet, perceptive . . . " Life is what you make it " . . . peeve: leaving friends . . . Earth, Wind, and Fire. HEIDI A. TOTMAN Hidee . . . talkative, enjoys life . . . " you know, " " hke? " ... pet peeve: school gossip . . . successful career ... to have all people equal . . . The Vineyard . . . Carole King . . . to go to college, travel and have a family. JEAN E. TROPEA Talkative, lazy ... " I feel bad, " Sharon, " for sure " ... 5 27 77, memories of sneaking out . . . thanks Jeannie and Paula . . . good times with Kyra ... the pool ... " I love ya Jimmy " , longtime. 78 m JAMES VINCENT TVER LUCILLE VENTRESCO JOHN J. VALENTI CARLOS FARIA VARGAS JAMES VINCENT TVER Jim . friendly, moody . . . " Oh yeah sure! " . . • peeve: cold morning rides on bike ... to go to college ... to make it to medical school. JOHN J. VALENTI Jay . lazy, fnendly . . . football . . . Algebra II with Woody . . . " hi boys " ... pet peeve: peepers at the party . to go to school. STEVEN P. VALLEY Steve . . rowdy . . . " Whatever " ... pet peeve: radar traps . . . " One moment of clear insight is superior to a lifetime ' s fogged experience " . . . " Imagine " . . . John Lennon, " Born to be Wild. " CARLOS FARIA VARGAS Geep . easygoing . . . " today is yesterday ' s tomorrow " stop wars . . . work study . . . Boston . . . school has been a challenge . . . graduate from Stoughton High, work. JOHN F. VASCONCELOS Vasco . . . friendly, talkative . . . " you bet " ... pet peeve: showoffs . . . field trip to Plymouth ... Led Zep- pelin . . . enjoyed school but glad it ' s over ... to go to school and become a language major. JUDY VESEY Easygoing, stubborn ... " I don ' t know " . . . Thanks Mr Andrews . . . sophomore year with Jo and Paula . . . 7 3U II, Wed. nights ... to travel and be happy . . . treasures family. JOAN L. VILK Joanie . . . crazy, sensitive . . . " That ' s cool! " . . . peeve: double labs . . . remembers: " Bozo, " Cheerleaders Dance ' 75, B-hour . . . " Stairway to Heaven " ... Led Zeppelin to go to college and be a nurse. CYNTHIA A. VINCENT Cindy . . . quiet, friendly, cheerful . . . " Hey Piasano " . drill team, Vermont, Junior Prom . . . Senior Car Wash . . . Chicago ... get married and have a family . travel, get a job, be happy. l4 JOHN VASCONCELOS JUDY VESEY CYNTHIA A. VINCENT JOAN L. VILK I. ' KATHR N 10LA DAVID WALLER DAIVD P. WASSERMAN KATHRYN VIOLA Kath . . funny, friendly, crazy ... " I almost died " . . . chasin " Ba, pink curlers. Tmbnes. basket on Ash, swim team, bio with Judy, Vermont, Canada, 6 11 77 . . . col- lege . . . peeve: conceited people . . . happiness ... a spe- cial friend. RICHARD N. VITA Rick . . . determined, fortunate . . . peeve: peop le who hear but don ' t listen . . . loving parents, considerate friends, and countless experiences . . . English and music. .MICHAEL WALSH Walshy . . . partying with Baron Von Reitzma . . . White Island . . . Cannonball . . . Hypo . . . Hondo . . . Rod? . . . bikin " with Mike . . . Jethro Tull . . . the Bogs . . . peeve: backstabbers . . .college. . . " Tm out of here! " DAVID P. WASSERMAN Dave . . . crazy, weird, enthusiastic . . . " It was excellent " . . . peeve: Harr ' s whistles . . .college. . .Vermont. . .a special friend in waiting . . . class activities . . . assimilat- ing . . . " House at Pooh Corner " . . . work parties . . . Thanks. DIANA WATERMAN Frosty . . . crazy, friendly, happy . . . " you toad " . . . peeve: school rules . . . artist ... art class with Bob and Sac . . . Jethro Tull . . . Peter ' s birthday. Park kids, Robin. .Meg the school. JULIE ANN WEBER Jul . . . moody, quiet, active, friendly . . . " sure " . . . col- lege, travel . . . peeve: fakes . . . trips to Boston, cottage, cheering, our gang . . . love to Mom and Dad . . . " Sounds of Silence " . CATHERINE WEST MICHAEL D WHIFFEN LEROY WILSON JR. . . peeve: " Stairway go to col- JOHN L.WELLS JR. Wellsie . . . humorous, happy, nutty, . . . " Go get her, big guy " . . . Tuesday 22 . . . Halloween 76 . . . the Island . . . detour signs . . . Friendly ' s . . . 7 28 76 . . . peeve: peepers at the party . . . Ohio Players . . . football ' 77. CATHERINE WEST Cathy . . . crazy, happy . . . " That ' s prime! ' no smoking on commons . . . Bozo B hour . to Heaven " . MICHAEL D. WHIFFEN Neil Young, " Don ' t Let it Bring You Down " . lege . . . have a family. JOANNE E.WHITE Jowie . . . happy, moody . . . peeve: two-faced people, phonies . . . become a florist . . . baby curl, angels, cheer- ing with Lea, 12 6 75, proms . . . treasures Sue ' s friend- ship. ATWELL CECIL WILLIAMS At, Sir . . . easygoing, lethargic . . . " I ' m hungry " . . . peeve: people who toot their horns during sex scenes at a drive-in . . . " you schlep! " . . . Lou . . . weekend in New England . . . track, Mr. Green . . . thanks . . . goodbye from Sir, with love. DAVID F. WILSON Dave . . . quiet, musical . . . Hawaii . . . Stage Band . . . sickles ... the Hem . . . Steely Dan . . . Strat . . . park in St. Albans . . . phasing out on Saturday nights . . . fired up. GARY WILSON Easygoing . . . " What ' s up? " . . . peeve: boring parties, backstabbers . . . trade school . . . success . . . skipping out to party . . . Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin. LEROY WILSON JR. Dude . . . football, basketball, track . . . " All Day! " . . . peeve: no game time in Senior year football . . . social worker . . . to be with the one I love . . . wishes there was no poverty . . . Hockomock Champs . . . Earth, Wind, Fire. . . Doing the 880 in 2:08 junior year. pjjj ATWELL CECIL WILLIAMS GARY WILSON 81 f V AN DOMO WOODY DEBORAH WINTERS STEPHEN WINTERS Steve . . . tall, quiet, likeable . . . " Noz " . . . peeve: two-faced people ... to go into the service, make the bucks ... to be free . . . 9th grade shop, when the courtyard was open . . . Gallows Pole, Led Zepplin. AN DOMO D. WOODY Dom . . . fashion dresser, sophisticated . . . " Come on, dude! " ... Jr. Prom, Leann, 7 2 77, E-hour Miss Grif- fin, Miss Mac . . . Niecy Williams ... to become vice- president of father ' s company . . .all to be happy. TROY W. YOUNGER Easygoing, outspoken, sensitive . . . " What ' s Up? " . . . peeve: snobs ... to work for the airlines ... to keep self-respect . . . Earth, Wind, and Fire, " Keep Your Head to the Sky " ... It was all worth it and " Thank- you guys! " TROY YOUNGER SOME FRIENDS WHO WERE CAMERA SHY MICHAEL J. COLE THOMAS A. COOPER STEVEN R. COPLEY EDWARD DECOSTA ANTHONY DISTEFANO JOSEPH DISTEFANO GAIL DUCLOS CHARLES FISHER ROBERT J. FOLEY SUZANNE GILBERT JOHN HUGHES KENNETH JONES GEORGE-ANNA SHARP KING CAROL LALLY THOMAS A. LANDOLFI PATRICK LUNNIN DONALD MACPHAIL THOMAS MARTIN JANET MCKINNON CHARLES PARKER GORDON PRICE STEVEN P. VALLEY ERIC WINSTON IN MEMORIAM " . . . we would appreciate your joining with us in a moment of sadness . . . Just a couple of weeks ago, Stoughton High received unhappy news that Annette Pascar- elli, a member of the Class of 1976, had passed away after a short year of illness. Annette was only eighteen years old. She had served as secretary of her graduating class, and was a cheerleader. Just two years ago, as part of Homecoming she was a member of the Queen ' s Court, having been selected by her fellow seniors to that cherished post. We would hke those here today to rise in a moment of silence in memory of this young lady — Annette with the silent demeanor, the quiet, ever- ready smile, the zeal and dedication to her class and to others ... we pray that her family, friends, and classmates be comforted in their sorrow ... we are grateful that she was spared a long period of extensive suffering and in this moment of silence we cherish the memory of Annette Pascarelli . . . " (As read at Homecoming Ceremonies 1978) 82 IN MEMORIAM " Do not follow where the path leads . . . ather go where there is no path and leave a trail . . . " (Author unknown) ROBERT GUFFEY FRIENDSHIP Friendship is a priceless gift That cannot be bought or sold. But its value is far greater Than a mountain made of gold. For gold is cold and lifeless It can neither see nor hear And in the time of trouble It is powerless to cheer. It has no ears to listen No heart to understand It cannot bring you comfort Or reach out a helping hand. So when you ask God for a gift. Be thankful if He sends no diamonds Pearls or riches, but the love of real true friends . . . (Author undetermined) Scared, running, crying in the night, remembering something you can ' t forget . . a comb, a place . . . something that was his It can ' t be hidden any longer It ' s something we must face : the night pure black, things hidden in crevices never to show . . A spider weaving its way to a dusty ceiling . Keep going, spider! Maybe you ' ll find what you want, screaming and yelling: Let me out of here, please . . . The spider ' s falling, losing its way. Catch him before he drops; He ' s been caught and Now everything will be better . . . DIANE FINE KENNETH C. FINE O Master Musician Tune me for life again. The awakening of new music My heart wants to become. My life is now mingled in ecstasy ' s height. SIR CHIMMOY: " God, the Supreme Musician. ' 83 «. RICK VITA President To Miss Crimrtiins: Yesterday we were just freshmen, awaiting our first day of high school. You were there to help us adjust to our new surroundings. Today we are seniors, anxiously antici- pating our last day. You are still beside us, devoting all your time and effort to make our last year successful as well as exciting. All that is left are the memories, but these are happy ones which will always be cher- ished. Tomorrow we are on our own. Your many favors, endless generosity, and the outstanding example you have set will remain with us and certainly help guide us to a successful future. Thank you Miss Crimmins ... for the long hours, for the good times, for being a friend . . . The Class of ' 78 MARGARET SANO Treasurer MISS KATHLEEN CRIMMINS Advisor DEBBIE DRISCOLL Vice-President To the Class of ' 78: As incoming freshmen, you became aware of the need for knowledge. As graduating seniors, you attained that knowledge. You have accepted the challenge to mature socially and aca- demically which has earned you the respect of fellow students, faculty, and administrators. Together with your parents, we are all proud of you. As a class you have made it a rewarding experience for me as your advisor, and I thank you for this, for your friendship, and for the many hours you sacrificed to insure the suc- cess of class functions. May you continue to cultivate a rev- erence for yourself and for each other. May you never lose sight of your dreams. Kathleen M. Crimmins JOANNE HUBER Secretary 0- ' - =45 lENIOR CLASS EXECUTIVE BOARD: (Front) Mario Teixeira, Miss Kathleen Cnmmins, Debbie Driscoll, Margaret Sano, Rick Vita. (Second) Majorie Miller, Bev jmith. Bill Flaherty, David Wasserman, Lauren Stickler, Jane-Ellen Tamul, Kelly Lyons, Donna Pires. (Third) Dean Rapoza, Gina Molinari, Mary Kelleher, Tricia Lec- lire, Alisa Aronson, Bob Flaherty, Rolf Ruben, Lucy Teixeira, Jane DeVito, Cathy McGrath, Sarah-Ann Lynch. (Rear) Joanne Klim, Jeanne Kolinski, Mary-Ann [uckley, Susan Duress, Marci Katz, Manny Rose, Kathy Viola, Connie Palmer. Andrea Anastas, Marggie St. George, Judy Gallagher. Chuck Davis, Alison Kelly, Joni tlatt, Chris Mann. Cindy Ness, Joan Letson, Michelle Murphy. Linda Sacramona and Brian Psota try to carry on a ' onversation . . . . . but Brian is swept away by a wave of oncoming underclassmen. Mark O ' Neil is unaware of the needle in his finger as he poses with sewing circle of Keith Buggs, Kevin McCarthy, and Larry Smith. cin larah-Ann Lynch and Dean Rapoza seem to find something amusing in their ihysics problem. (Wish they ' d let the rest of us in on it!) — SENIOR CAR WASH: Not too organized, but they got the job done. (Photo: Anne Farrell ' 79) 85 CAFETERIA: (Seated) Mrs. Austin, Mrs. Mullen, Mrs. Audlee, Mrs. Reggiani, Mrs. Hadley. (Rear) Mrs. Childs, Mrs. Podgurski, Mrs. Hochmuth, Mrs. Drinan (Director of Food Services). ' I wonder 1 this is how Noah did it! " Debra Fergus, winner of National Merit Scholar- Atwell Wilhams, winner of National Merit Scholar- ship award. ship award. " Tex " meets " Duke " : Mario Teixeira shook hands with Gov. Dukakis on trip to the State House. Mr. Kellogg instructs Mark Koltz in computer programming. (Photo: Maioli) 88 David Wasserman performs a delicate titration. (Photo: Rose) Dr. Sperandio and Mr. Arthur McCarthy, with Tom Landolfi and Debbie Landolfi. winners at the Regional DECA Conference. (Photo; Maioli) SCHOOL COMMITTEE From) Mrs. Joanne G. Blomstrom, Chairperson; Mrs. Rosana M. Molinari, Secretary. (Rear) Mr. William J. Dineen, Mr. Kenneth A. Hill, Mr. John L. Donnelly, Jr. CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION Mr. Joseph Gibbons served as Superintendent of Schools until Jan. 31, 1978, on which date he was suc- ceeded by Dr. John Murray, former Deputy Superin- tendent of Schools. (See Page 91) DR. JOHN G. MURRAY, JR. Superintendent of Schools DR. DANIEL E. HUGHES Deputy Superintendent of Schools 89 To the Class of 1978: It is my pleasure as the representative of the School Comnittee to extend to each and every member of the Class of " 78 " sincere congratulations and best wishes. I remeni er the class of " 78 " entering the Junior High School much the way I ' ll remember the blizzard of " 78 " . I held ray breath, and In two short years I saw a very mature group of students leave the Junior High like lambs to become freshmen at Stoughton High School. There you relaxed, watched and waited for your class to be recognized. Three years later you emerged to show signs of 1 adershlp and spirit. At last It was the first day of school for the senior class of 1978. High spirited, full of enthusiasm, ready to rise above classes before you, you gave back to Stoughton High what it so badly needed - a healthy positive attitude, and a high set of values for lower classes to follow. You have shown a deep appreciation for equality and a firm sense of righteousness. May we, the school conmittee, extend to you our most sincere wishes for future happiness and continued success. Sincerely, Rosana M. Mollnari Secretary Stoughton School Cornnittee STOUGHTON PUBUC SCHOOLS •TOUaMTON. MAaaACMUSETTB OMTS JOSEPH H. GIBBONS January 24, 1978 To Che CUss of 1978: I an very proud of you, all of you, for what you have done as members of this class and as i eid ers of this con- lamlty. Your parents. Indeed the comnuaity, and I have Cried to provide the very besc educacional opporcunlty for you In Scoughcon. We have watched your progress through a wrld ac war, a counCry at pollclcal unrest, and shared with you a com- munity celebrating a 250th Birthday; and, through all of chls, you have done well. ' There are many people who have helped uke gradua- clon possible for you—your parenCs , relaclves, and friends; but I ask you, on that day, to think wrmly of the cldzens of Che town who, throu chelr taxes, have provided not only out- standing facilities but also Che educacional and extracurricular programs that were available Co you as a member of this commmlty Diey, coo, are proud of you, be sure you don ' c forgec Chan In Che years ahead. Whecher you enter the world of work or that of higher learning, keep In mind chac we have Cried as a commmlty and as a school system Co do only one Chlng and chac Is Co give you the best. I know as a graduate you will give us. In Che years ahead, your b esc. Congratulations I Sincerely, Joseph B. Gibbons STOUGHTON PUBUC SCHOOLS rrouaHTON. hassacmumtt oiora JOHN G. MURRAY, Eo.D. February 28, 1978 To the Class of 1978: Hay I take this opportunity to extend my personal and professional gratitude to you, the members of the 1978 graduating class. 1 am pleased that I have had Che pleasure of knowing many of you personally over Che years and the oppor- tunity, as a school admlniscracor, Co be ac least familiar with your family names since you entered grade one in September of 1966. Those years, I hope, have been kind to you, your parents, your grandparents, and all chose who love you. All of us are very proud of you. You have cooperaced veil in Che learning process vlch your Ceachers and, hopefully, have gained noc only academic knowledge but also experience In Che social world. There Is no subsclcuce for knowledge nor a greacer Ceacher than experience. Utilize the knowledge you have gained and temper It with good, common, practical sense In every-day living. For, as Che philosopher states, wisdom Is nothing more than fermented knowledge. The knowledge you now possess, which hopefully will help you to live wisely In Che fucure, must be tied Co a sense of self-awareness and pride In being a Scoughcon High School graduace in Che year 1978. Besc of luck in the years ahead I Sincerely, TOWN OF STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL PCm I. SPOUNDIO. EO D. •TOUMTOH PuaUC SCHOOL. TO THE CLASS OP 1978 With this edition of the Stotonian, I hope that It will keep alive the memories and aequaintances that have made Stou ton High School meaningful to you. I an sure that you will enjoy reading this book. Of greater significance is what we have aeeonplisbed together during a very short but extremely important time in your lives. I do hope that the experiences which we shared will provide you with the knowledge and the wlsdCBi to overcome the problems which you will encounter as you go through life. May your Journeys be happy and fruitful. May you enjoy the good things of life. And may peace be with you all the days of your lives. Sincerely, Peter J Speraijdio, Ed.D. Principal. 90 DEDICATION MR. JOSEPH H. GIBBONS SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 1 948-1 978 A yearbook is a book of memories, a volume which records the highhghts and milestones of any given year. Such a mile- stone was achieved in 1978 as, for the first time in 30 years, Stoughton ' s school system had a new superintendent at the helm. Dr. John Murray succeeded Mr. Joseph H. Gibbons who served as superintendent of schools since 1948. To the average senior, or as a matter of fact, the average reader of this book, perhaps Mr. Gibbons was just a name, an individual viewed momentarily as he strode one of the school corridors or as he passed out awards at graduation. Yet there is no senior who hasn ' t benefited in some way from the achievements of Mr. Gibbons ' long stay as superin- tendent of schools. It may be true that school committees and town meetings have to approve most of the major changes in Photo: Mr. F. E. Maioli Photo: Mr. George Blackwell the operation of the schools — but none of these come into existence, as a practical thing, without the drive, recommen- dations, and sometimes nagging of the superintendent. If you attended any school in Stoughton from Grade 1 on, you were probably in a facility which has been constructed since 1948, since Mr. Gibbons came on the scene, for he has been responsible for a thirteen million dollar school building program. Also, in the past 30 years, industrial arts was revived at Stoughton High; driver-education was introduced; a com- plete dramatics program accompanied the magnificent new auditorium; the music curriculum was expanded; a new pro- gram in occupational education came into being. We dedicate the ' 78 Stotonian as a tribute to the 30-year contribution of Mr. Joseph H. Gibbons to the school children of Stoughton. GUIDANCE " I have found the best way to give advice to your children is to find out what they want and then dvise them to do it. " HARRY TRUMAN MR. LEON KAHN ' -4 Learning through experiment Student " taps " faculty resource while teacher " phils " student with knowledge. (Very punny!) DAY BY DAY . . . getting up in the morning . . . going for breakfast . . . forgetting your combination . . . getting homework done in homeroom . . . hop- ing for a sub . . . anticipating the bell . . . com- mons . . . mad rush during basement break . . . fire drills in the snow . . . double labs . . . burning posters . . . dodging security guards . . . finding a chair on first lunch . . . looking forward to the weekend . . . " T-G-I-F " 93 The storm of the century . . . snow-bound . . . three weeks off . , , shoveling and shoveling . . . army plows . . , driving ban . . . stranded on 128, 138 . . . no milk . . . national emergency, disaster area . . . walking around town . . . snowmobiles . . . getting plowed in . . . groceries on a sled . . . great skiing . . . stir crazy at home . . . All photos on this page by Eleanor O ' Donnell unless otherwise specified elsewhere. NO KIDDING? NEWS FLASH: Sophomore girl loses eye in microscope as biologist at next table discovers the cure for Mr. Peirce ' s jokes. ' My broker is E. F. Hutton and E. F. Hutton says . . . " . (Photo: Manny Rose •78) " Dance? You gotta be kidding! We ' re supposed to be dancing? " (Photo: Rose 111 •V»l? " Where ' s the water? " ' Close Encounters of the Fourth Kind? " (Photo: Rose) " May I have this dance 96 Rear) Keith Howard, Marilyn Goulston. (Front) Beverly Steves, Kathy Griffin, Leslie LeBrun and Stu Gay ake time to watch the battle. " CAMELOT " Queen Guineviere, (Marilyn Goulston ' 79), and her attendants. Two Standing ovations were the reward of the Camelot cast and crew who performed in the annual musical sponsored by the SHS music and drama groups on Nov. 4-5. Over 50 students participated in the production which was well received and featured Keith Howard as King Arthur, Marilyn Goulston ' 79 as Guenevere, and Brendan Myers ' 79 as Lancelot. Also appearing as principals were Steven Copley, John Hurley, Kathy Viola, and Eddie Giles ' 80. Debbie Heeley was the student director; Mr. Richard Stott was faculty stage director; Mr. Donald LeGrow, music director; and Mrs. Linda Dolan handled choreography. CAST MEMORIES: " Where ' s the orchestra? . . . Beware of falling trees . . . real costumes!!! . . . cutting up curtains for capes . . . ' I ' m not wearing tights!!! ' . . . bow, curtsy . . . the chessboard and water scene . . . ' Find Jelly ' . . . Mr. Stott plays horsey . . . ' Mummy told me ' . . . Guineviere — one more time! " 99 Karen Kearney Co-Capt. Cindy Ness Capt. Luanne Boyle Co-Capt. MAJORETTES: Front: Karen Kearney, Cindy Ness. Luanne Boyle. Rear: Carol Bartlett, Janet Ryan, Carolyn Crowley, Janet Clifford, Taryn LaPorte, Susan Wynd- ham. MAJORETTES Saturday morning practice . . . cold batons . . . drops and mistakes . . . bus rides . . . orange and black ... a good routine . . . high stepping . . . corsages . . . a lot of fun. DRILL TEAM Go-go boots and plastic hats . . . " Will someone PLEASE carry the American flag? " . . . frozen fingers . . . left, left, left, right, left . . . some- body has to do it. Carol Bartlett 100 Janet Clifford 3RILL TEAM: Mascot — Deborah Lee, P. J. Angell. Front row: Captain Susan Mooney, Margaret Lynch, Linda dePina, Paula Myers. Denise Pedro, Karen Lotti. Tami -lomer. Monica Klim. Second row: Jean Young, Suzanne Still, Leanne Homer, Donna Heirty, Anita Werkowski. Third row: Laura Vincent, Robbie Hanna, Susan Led- vith, Michelle Pinaud, Robin Rogers. Fourth row: Patti Barrett, Kathy Parker, Bonnie Dawe, Martha Lynch, Mary Shea, Margie Cabral. Fifth row: Diane Fredrickson. Oonna Lee, Debbie Herity. Rear: Caren Poley, Cindy Vincent. Robin Bingamon. Debbie Heirty Capt. Sue Mooney Cindy Vincent 101 Victory for the Varsity!! HOCKEY-SOCCER SQUAD: Front: Lisa Franciosa, Nancy Gearin. Joanne Lyons, Loretta Powers. Rear: Alice McAvoy. co-capt.; Kary Leclaire, Gail Klim, Tricia King, Jackie Barry, co-capt. Denise DePalma ' 79, calls for a cheer. Co-capt. Jackie Barry ' 79. CHEER- LEADERS Sunday morning practices ... on time . . . waiting for our uniforms . . . rainy Saturdays . . . muddy fields . . . Spirit Rallies . . . bus rides . . . falling mounts . . . " Hey Look Us Over " . . . Vicky Alexander, Paula Kelley, and Patty McCarthy help Laurie Ghelfi defend the Stoughton net. Vicky Alexander, Cheryl) Howes box in their opponent. Denise Fraser. Vicki Alexander. Laurie Chelfi. Cheryll Howes. Paula Kelley, Patty McCarthy gang up in defense of the SHS goal. Chery ll Howes FIELD HOCKEY The SHS field hockey team ended another sad season with a record of 0-15-1. The girls, playing against experienced competition, always tried hard. Leading scorers were Sheila Farrell ' 79. Paula Kel- ley ' 80. and Nancy Batte ' 79. Play- ing excellent defense this year were Vicki Alexander ' 80. Denise Fraser " 79. and goalie Laurie Ghelfi ' 79. Front row: Sheila Farrell, Laurie Ghelfi, Capt. Patty McCarthy, Cher ll Howes. Capi. Denise Fraser. Monica Pena. Second row: Joanne Sammartino. Nancy Craig, Vicki Alexander, Nancy Batte. Paula Kelley, Paula McGarvey. Rear row: Kathy Bitto, Lee Brazao, Barbara Kelley, Coach Joan Schultz. 104 Frani row : Chris Buckley, Capt. Ronnie Gerbick, Capt. Many Ann Buckley, Marcia Malamut, Gaye Stivaletta, Clara Zadra, Laurie Manuel, Robyn Ricci, Ginny Brandt, Nancy Lanza, Karen Duross. Rear row: Sue Duross, Carol Cronin, Jean Cheverie, Cheryl Ducey, Terri Parent, Cathy Moore, Jan Blomstrom, Karen Belts, Carolyn Sears, Chris Jennings, Jean O ' Neil, Mary Ellen Eagan, Cathy Egan, Janet Ryan, Scott Lloyd, Coach Chris Brady. Capt. Mary Ann Buckley Capt. Ronnie Gerbick Susan Duross Eileen Farrell Mary Ann Buckley awaits the start of the race. SWIMMING The SHS girls swim team ended its third season with a 2-1 1 record. The leading scorer was Mary Ann Buckley ' 78 with a total of 104.5 points. Other top scorers were swimmers Ronnie Gerbick ' 78, Gaye Stivaletta ' 81, and diver Lau- rie Manuel ' 80. los Robyn Ricci swims to victory. VARSITY- (Front) Leroy Wilson, Tom Roche, Enc Bamberg, Bill Flaherty, Nick Canofiles, Bob Flaherty, Bill Cotter. John Wells, Ron Bowyer, Jay Valenti, Brad Holi- day Steve Monarty Peter Galams, Fred Brill, Paul Freeman. (Second) Joe Dawe, Louis Quattrucci, Urry Zadra, Jim Donnelly, Steve Masiello, Michael Lanza, Mark Agostim Richard Mankavech, Jim Leonard. Paul Galanis. Pat LaCivita, Steve Hoffman. (Third) Ray Karavetsos, John Donnelly, Chuck Breen, Mike Reardon, Steve Quatrucci. Andy Denneno. Paul Myers, Donald Straughter, Jim Jordan, Kevin Hanley, Bill Quattrucci. (Fourth) William Locke, Dan Gaultier, Ron Baeta, David Ire- land, Ronald McDonald. Sean Kelly. (Rear) Coach John Downs, Coach Bill Powell, Coach Steve Woodruff, Coach Jeff Fanning. Leroy Wilson Jay Valenti Fred Brill Bill Flaherty Brad Holiday Steve Moriarty Bob Flaherty VARSITY FOOTBALL Although on the losing end of the Canton game, the varsity grid forces can take solace in the fact that they rebounded from a series of opening losses, and came into the traditional Thanksgiv- ing game battling for first place . . . With a 27-2 thrashing of SHS in the annual game. Canton captured first place, and the Knights finished with a 5-3 league record and a 5-5 overall sea- son . . . All-stars named by the Hockomock League included John Wells, Bill Cotter, Paul Freeman, and Steve Moriarty, who was also named honorary team captain . . . the Knights recorded five consecutive wins in their last seven games ... the key factor in the team ' s success was the clutch performance of their defense; whenever the offense sputtered, the defense kept them in the game . . . notable performers were the three cap- tains, together with Bill Flaherty, Jim Leonard, Jim Donnelly, and Paul Freeman ... In the season opener, Randolph won 6-0 on a recovered blocked punt in the SHS end zone . . . After a 24-6 loss to Foxboro, the Knights sprung a mild upset over a favored Mansfield team 21-14 . . . A last second field goal attempt fell short, and Stoughton defeated North Attleboro 14-12 in an exciting home game . . . Moriarty provided the only score against Franklin 7-0, and picked off four enemy passes in a lack- lustre performance by the team . . . Steve scored all three touch- downs and rushed for 136 yards in a Homecoming Day win over Oliver Ames HAS . . . Continued on Page 107 106 Capt. Ron Bowyer 9.. Capt. John Wells Capt. Bill Cotter Leroy Wilson and John Wells lead the Knights into another one. COACHING STAFF: John Downs, Steve Woodruff, William Powell and (Head Coach) Jeff Fanning. Alright, who ' s got the ball? SEASON STORY . . . The Stoughton four-game win streak came to an end as the visiting Taunton Tigers overwhelmed the Knights 39-17 in a non- league game . . . SHS touchdowns were scored by Bill Flaherty and Jim Donnelly ... A 9-0 shutout of King Philip put SHS back on the winning track ... a 30-yard field goal by Pete Galanis and a two-yard TD run by Fred Brill provided all the scoring . . . Stoughton ' s effective defense limited KP ' s ground game to 46 yards rushing ... A three-yard touch- down run was all Sharon needed as they scored a stunning 7-0 upset victory over the winning Knights the final Saturday of the season . . . the defeat, which would have cinched the title, was coupled with a Canton loss and set up the first place battle on Tur- key Day, won, unfortunately, by the Bulldogs. 107 JUNIOR VARSITY: (Front) Joe Dawe, Chuck Breen, Jim Donnelly, John Donnelly, Larry Zadra. Mark Agostini, Steve Quattrucci, Rich Mankevich. Pat LaCivita. Jim Jordan. Steve Hoffman, Bill Quattrucci. (Second) Louis Quattrucci, Ray Karavetsos, Steve Masiello, Mike Lanza, Mike Reardon, Andy Denneno, Paul Myers, Jim Leo- nard, Paul Galanis, Kevin Hanley. (Third) Dave Ireland, William Locke, Don Gaultier, Ron Baeta, Donald Straughter, Ron McDonald, Sean Kelly. (Rear) Coach John Downs, Coach William Powell. VARSITY: ff o« ) Mariano Melo, Ronald Garber, John McKay, Paul Bishop, Capt. John Vasconcelos. Capt. Jim Gearin, Dave Farrell, Mark Haron, Dom Bitto, Coach Mike Stuber. (Second) Jim Noble, Howard Souza, Joe Mendonca, Joe Amural, Jim Barret, Dave Carter, Rick Lennon, John Jardin, Tino Argudin. ' Rear) Larry Homer, Mario Embrozzio, Hardy Fischer, Ricky Rush, Dave Bezzaro, Mario Cardozza. JUNIOR VARSITY: (Front) Jeff Cabral, Dennis Melo, Bobby Spooner, Billy Farrell. (Rear) Coach Roberge, Kevin Overstreet, George Cariofiles, John Dey, John Peterson, John Melo, Tom Foley. Mark Haron rushes to beat his opponent to the ball. Co-captain John Vasconcelos uses his head. SOCCER Disappointing is the story of the soc- cer season. The team finished fourth in a six-team league. Highhghts of the sea- son were a tie with Cathohc Memorial in a " mudbowl " contest and an upset win over Foxboro 6-3. Individuals who stood out were Cap- tains John Vasconcelos and Jim Gea- rin, Rick Lennon, Joe Amural, and Dom Bitto. Bitto and Lennon made all- league. Good prospects coming out of this year are Dave Farrell and Hardy Fischer. Overall record was 2-9-3. 109 (Front) Atwell Williams, Eddie Barbato, Capt. Charlie Single, Danny Rose, Stephen LeBlanc, Stuart Gay, Coach Charles Green. (Second) Leon Wilson, Joe Daley, Tom DiNapoli, Dave Barbato, Tony Aguiar, John Fitzpatrick, Greg Stenstrom. (Third) Scott Carrara, Steve LaFrance, KelJey Shea, Scott Swanson, Steve Kostick, Dave Sten- strom, Joe MacDonald, Richard McGrath. (Rear) Valdis Kirsis, Mike Miniutti, John Schillinger, Jim Feeney, Amy Strack, Jack Bertram. Danny Rose Atwell Williams Stephen LeBlanc Eddie Barbato CROSS COUNTRY Once again proving its mettle, Stoughton ' s cross country team placed second to Oliver Ames in the Hockomock meet. Splash- ing his way through the muddy course to lead the Knights was CharUe Single in seventh place, followed by teammates Leon Wilson, Joe Daly, and two sophs, Joe McDonald and Dave Bar- bato. The JV ' s won the league championship; leading runners were Mike Miniutti, Steve Kostick, and John Schillinger. In the frosh race, Tom DiNapoli paced SHS to a third place finish. With a second place finish in the Hockomock League and a record of 14-2, the cross country team had much to be proud of. Single, Wilson, and Barbato were the top individual runners, showing consistency and determination. The JV ' s also had a strong season. With only a few members of the varsity graduating, there are high hopes for Coach Charles Green ' s team next year. Captain Charlie Single and Coach Charles Green. 110 Dishwashers Mark O ' Neill, Donna Pires SPIRITED SENIORS: Fronr: Marci Katz, Lynn Marino. Rear: Liza Finnl Kathy Viola, Chris Mann, Laura Mark, Lois Lurie, Alisa Aronson, Sarah Lynch. I Lynn Marino and Marci Katz clown around. HOME- COMING Sketti Supper October 22, 1977 On the job is waitress Maryann Buckley. Feeding time as Gina Molinari and Bev Barr observe. DANCING GI Jane-Ellen Tarn RLS: Ann Gelly, Donna Pires. Lily MacKenzie, Alisa Aronson. Chris Mann, Sue Moont ul, Lynn Marino, Michelle Murphy, Luanne Boyle. Janet Clifford. Andrea Anastas. 112 lOMECOMING COURT: Mary Savino, Margaret Sano, Joanne Huber, Judith Gallagher, Deborah Driscoll. Escorts: J. B. Grady, Peter Bernasconi, Rick Vita, Gary Eagles. Peter King. Queen Debbie Driscoll is crowned by last year ' s winner Nancy Sperandio •f » Team work displayed by Kande Dupont, Alisa Aronson, Clare Hanley. 113 STUDENT GOVERNMENT If ' 1 STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Mr. Anthony Samo, Mark Conti, Mary Savino, Roseann Zucco, Gail Klim, Mario Teixeira. STUDENT COUNCIL (From) Mike Alfano, Loretta Powers, Kathy Viola, Mr. Anthony Sarno, Gail Kiim, Roseann Zucco, Mark Conti, Mario Teixeira, Debbie Geighas, Chris Conti, (Second) John McCann, Mary-Jo Slack, Mary Ellen Eagan, Tricia Leclaire, Maureen Coughlin, Susan Wyndham, Betty Flaherty, Sarah-Ann Lynch, Phil D ' Alessandro, Kary Leclaire, Tricia King, Gina Moli- nari, Judy Flaherty, Tammy Zizzo, Lisa Giordano. (Third) Jean O ' Neil, Darrel LeMar, John Anderson, Terry Loeffler, Gail Windgrove, Dan Alfano, Dean Rapoza. i I PAM DiMATTEO President CLASS OF 1979 (Front) Rich Whittington, Chris Conti, Barbara McPherson, Mike Miniutti, Pam DiMatteo, Eileen Gallagher, Tammy Zizzo, Paula Meyers, Mr. Cidado. (Second) John Jardin, Jeff Moeller, Joe Dawe, John Schillinger, Lou Quattrucci, Denise DePalma, Robyn Ricci, Mary-Jo Stack, D. J. McHugh. (Third) Betty Flaherty, Chris Buckley, Rick Lennon, John McKay, Jackie Barry. Gail Klim, Patricia King, Alice McAvoy, Joanne Lyons, Joanna Tucker. (Fourth) Bill Lyons, Andy Denenno, Paula Belliveau, Jean- nie Piechi, Linda Johnson, Kary Lec- laire. Denise Jackson, Priscilla Mey- ers, Susan Wyndham. (Fifth) Jay Don- nelly, Rick Romain, Bill Harron, Kevin Hanley, Tom Sacramona, Ralph Quattrucci, Marcia Malamut, Terri Martell. (Rear) Jeannie Loud, Roseann Zucco. Laurie Ralston, Lynda Shipps. Denise Eraser, Cathy Coughlin. 1 U EILEEN GALLAGHER Vice-President BARBARA McPHERSON Secretary MIKE MINIUTTI Treasurer MR. LEONARD CIDADO Advisor CLASS OF 1980 (Front) Terri Stewart, Bar- bara Norton, Maureen Grady, Kathy Grady, Ellen Joseph, Kem Galizio, Paul Carter, Linda McCloud, Kim Santos. (Second) Mau- reen Coughlin, Rosanne Shuartz, Nancy Sawyer, Chris Jennings, Francine Lima, Nancy Gearin, Regin Cottam, Corrine Tobin, Joanne Samartino, Paula Kelly, Karen Lorenz, Susan Bruce, Rich McGrath, Paul Galanis, Robin Levine. (Rear) Jeanne O ' Neil, Ste- ven Hoffman, Patrick LaCivita, Steve Quattrucci, Bill Quattrucci, Lmda Tyer, Jane Edmonston, Mary Beth CoUghlin, Jimmy Leo- nard. PAUL CAR! hK President ROBERT CARTER President KATHY GRADY Vice-President MAUREEN GRADY Secretary ELLEN JOSEPH Treasurer PAULA CAMARA Vice-President TERRI HANNA Secretary STEPHEN FARRELL Treasurer MISS KATHLEEN NEAL Advisor MISS THERESA MURRAY Advisor CLASS OF 1981 (Front) Robert Carter, Paula Camara, Terri Hanna, Stephen Farrell, Miss Murray. (Second) John Anderson, Jimmy McLane, Ted Crifo, Pam Sawyer, Jamie Batchelder, Michelle DiLor enzo, Laura Spingler. (Third) Lori Freeman, Deb- bie Bender, Lori Clough, Diane White, Kathy Eagen, Kevin Boyle, Michael Sano, Rejeanne Lepro, Bonnie Dawe, Janet Ryan. (Rear) Susan Monahan, Christine Holmes, Elaine Hunt, Nancy Lanza. 115 A handful of adorable actors from the large cast: Susan Mooney, Michael Alfano, Jams Harrington, Debo- rah DriscoU, Margaret Sano, Manuel Rose. (Photo: Mario Teixeira) l.xx)ldng their best: William Flaherty, Cindy Ness. (Photo: Cline) 117 The preparations end and fun begins: Chuck Breen, Rich McGrath, Mark Bishop, D. J. McHugh, Dickie (Photography Blackwell) Peyton, Kathy Grady, Terri Stewart, Maureen Grady, Conine Tobin, Patti Hickey. 118 Miss Kathleen Crimmins ' " three angels " : Judith Gallagher, Deborah Driscoll. Pamela Galizio. What ' s one man ' s drink is another man ' s poison (or so it seems): Mr. Anthony Samo, Mary Theresa Kel- leher and Santa. Urging on . . . Tino Argudin. ' TWAS THE NIGHT. . . Decorations . . . gowns . . . suits, ties, vests. . . " Do I look alright? " . . . flowers . . . dancing . . . Santa and Mrs. Claus . . . formality . . . " Is my hair a mess? " . . . kisses from Santa . . . superlatives . . . laughing with friends . . . mistletoe . . . warm hearts . . . Then curbing her desires. Dasher, Dancer, Prancer and Vixen? John Schillinger, Lou Quattrucci, Mark O ' Neil, Jean O ' Neil. Santa and the Mrs. (Phil Solito, Jean KoUnski) 119 FRESHMEN Barbsira Kelly moves down the field. Smile pretty! 5 " Now where was I? DAYDREAMER! FROSH FOOTBALL: (Front) Coach Joe Powers, Coach Bruce Jackman, Carlos Silva, Craig Cassano, Joe Mulkay, Bill Wickstrom, Brian Domielly, Tom Flaherty, Steve Maiocco, Tony Freeman, John Fidler. (Second) Rudy Alterio, Mike Sano, Jeff Sturgess, Steve Carlson, Keith Romaine, David Nutting, Robert Garrity, Kevin Moriarty, Rick Leonard, Raul Sferrazza. (Third) Ed Conrad, Danny Teige, Jimmy DerUng, Eric Freeman, Don Mulhem, Joe Gelly, Juan Silva, Dan McGillvary, Walter Mark, Mark MacKelligan, Kevin Boyle. 122 s0.m f oviG % Camera struck and camera shy. (Front) Suzanne Dino, Cathy Egan, Stacy Callender, Carol Campbell, Barbara Kelly, Coach John Dennison. (Rear) Laura Brahm, Susan Monahan, Pam Sawyer, Liz Fonzerelli, Debbie Bender, Gail Windgrow. (From) Jeffry Cabral, Jim McLean, William Brandt, William Wickstrom, Paul Devito, Dennis Mello. (Sec- ond) William Fairbaim, Paul Sferrazza, Rich Leonard, Tim White, Mark McKelligan, Brian Donnelly. (Rear) David Nutting, John Peterson, John Dey. (Coach Tim Hathaway not present). Freshman Valdis Kirsis on the road to victory. Freshman Randy Slater waits for the rebound in var- sity contest. (Front) Jack Marinelli, Sean McCarthy, Rick Penna, Richard Galanis, Chris Lyons, Brad Campbell, Steve Carlson, Coach Bumes De Vaughn. (Rear) Joe Mulkay, Tom Foley, Sunil Natrajan, Bob Carter, Darrell Lovett, Ron Doloff. Tri-captain John Wells at the outdoor rally. Emhusiastic fans at the Thanksgiving Day game. Co-captain Cindy Ness helps Dan Fichera hold up his tuba. 128 (Photo: Manny Rose) CHESS CLUB: (Front) John Brennick, advisor Mrs. Thea Kaufman, Peter Howe, Mike Spack. (Rear) Mike Borgeson, Phil D ' Alesandro, Bechara Maloof . NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY, 1977 INDUCTEES: (Front) Mario Teixeira, Dean Rapoza, president, Qare Hanley, secretary, Marggie St. George, vice-president, Connie Palmer. (Second) Joan Coughlin, Eric Bamberg, Bill Flaherty, David Wasserman, Lauren Stickler, Jane-Ellen Tamul, Kelly Lyons, Bev Smith. (Third) Steve Bun- son, Lance Saltzman, Mike BedardTMike Alfano, Alisa Aronson, Bob Flaherty, Rolf Ruben, Joni Blatt, Sarah- Ann Lynch, Cindy Ness, Rick Vita, Joan Letson. (Rear) Cathy DiGiampietro, Debbie Fergus, Luanne Boyle, Andrea Brawders, Bevery Barry, Jeanne Kolinski, Joanne Klim, Cheryl Alconada, Sue Mooney, Linda Pray, Mar- garet Sano, Ron Garber, Bob Binns, Pete Galanis, Kevin McCarthy, Alison Kelly. (Not present) Joanne Huber, treasurer. INTERNATIONAL CLUB: (Front) Miss Claire Bouin, advisor, George Badeau, treasurer, Filenis Castelo, secretary, Steve Copley, vice- president, Leona Coulombe, president, Marci Cohen. (Second) Mike Borgeson, Lucy Teixeira, Eijaliisa Jarvinen, Leslie LeBrun, Joann Kelley, Vickie Norden. (Rear) Deborah Geigis, Eliza Campanario, Alisa Aronson, Suzanne Simons, Debbie Fergus, Phil D ' Allessandro. MATH COMPETITION: (Front) Manny Rose, Margaret Sano, co-captain, Dean Rap)oza, co-captain, Mark Koltz, Bob Binns. (Second) Advisor Mr. Robert Kellogg, Tom Colburn, Alan Cline, Peter Howe, Lauren Sto- low. (Rear) Debbie Howe, Joan Clifford, Lyn Roose. PHOTOGRAPHICS: (Front) Peter Michelov, Manny Rose, Len Pinaud, Mario Teixeira, Advisor Mr. Frank Maioli, Alan Cline, Todd Batchelder, Mic- helle Constantino. (Second) Cheryl Cogan, Joanne Mayo, Mike Roach, Gail Klim, Jane DeVito, Janet Clifford, Nancy Batte, Cheryl Mettler, Kathy Phil- lips. Rich Kelly, Steve Kelly, Steve Valley, Bob Foley. (Rear) Keith Howard, Mike Moody, Tim Morris. 131 " I wonder if this is how Jean-Claude Killy got started! " 1 " To dry one ' s eyes and laugh at a fall, and baffled, get iq) and begin again. " SKI CLUB ROBER T BROWNING (Photography: Eleanor O ' Donnell) " They don ' t have power brakes? You ' re kidding, right? " P SIlt DECA: (Front) Gayle Leopardi, president; Kevin Meredith, vice-president; Mr. Arthur McCarthy, advisor. (Second) Steve Weisman, Tibby Arujo, Kevin Carr, John Favret, Tom Landolfi. (Rear) Tony DiStefano, Rich Bohn, Paula Silva, Lucy Ventresco, Donna Camara, Dan Benjamin, Donna Kelley, Debbie Cowgill. (Not present) June Hamdeed, Georgianna King, Dawn Hewins. " A httle bit more to the left, please! " WSHS RADIO: (Front) Mike Coffin, John Fahey, Carolyn Benson, Maura Mullaney. (Rear) Scott Lloyd, (Photo: Mario Teixeira) Keith Howard, Mark Meckler. speciaUst; Richard Wesley. Senior star Bill Cotter quarterbacks play. Sophomores Paul Carter and Pat LaCivita were great assets to this year ' s team. VARSITY: (Front) Coach Don Edmonston. Larry Zadra, Paul Carter, Reggie Slater, Keith Buggs. (Rear) Larry Peter, Ed Brazaitis, Dan Fichera, Steve Moriarty, Bill Cotter, Pat LaCivita, Larry Smith. (Not present) Mark Agostini. 134 JUNIOR VARSITY: (Front) Don Straughter, Robert Bunson, Vinny Gouvalaris, Paul Galanis, Jeff Delmon- ico, Coach Warner Bucklin. (Rear) Jim Leonard, Steve Hoffman, Lance Hamilton, Kevin Reardon, Ed Grady, Rick Carlson. (Freshman picture on Page 123) BASKETBALL After a championship last year, an 8-8 league record (8-9 overall) seems a trifle disappointing. But in a rebuilding cam- paign, with only three players from last season ' s team, Stoughton ' s hoop squad provided an exciting season and with added experience can look to a promising future. This year ' s team was built around its co-captains, Bill Cotter, a defensive stand- out, and Steve Moriarty, who averaged over 18 points per game and was named captain of the league all-star team. This duo was backed by a solid nucleus of upperclassmen, together with sophomores Paul Carter and Pat LaCivita, and fresh- man Reggie Slater. The season started in winning fashion, followed by a four-game losing streak which set the pattern for the chase, all year, for the elusive .500 goal. The Knights handled North Attleboro, Fox- boro, and Mansfield twice each; the strongest game was the finale, a 91-51 decision over Mansfield. Sharon was just too much for the inex- perienced Knights, winning twice, as did the strong Oliver Ames and Franklin teams. The only time Stoughton was blown out was a 67-44 trouncing at the Dan Fischera ' 79 goes up. hands of the Panthers. They played every- one tough and no one can argue that most of the games didn ' t supply excitement. Highlights were a last second win at Mansfield, and revenge victories at Can- ton and King Phillip, the latter in triple overtime. VARSITY: (From) Coach Barbara Batchelder, Danette Jordan, Cheryll Howes, Denise Foster. (Second) Robyn Ricci. Jeanne O ' Neil, Barbara McPherson. (Rear) Nancy Batte, Janet Roche, Denise Fraser, Lynne Howes. Denise Fraser gets up high for a jump ball. i Co-captain Cheryll Howes " You can ' t stop me, " says Lynne Howes as she lays two in for Stoughton. Ro byn Ricci goes up strong for a basket with an assist from teammates Danette and Denise. GIRLS BASKETBALL The girls varsity basketball team saw its season come to an end as it was defeated by Silver Lake in the opening round of the state tournament. SHS lost 68-52 to a team which ultimately went all the way to the finals. The girls had a highly success- ful 13-3 season and ended in a two-way tie with Franklin for the Hockomock cham- pionship. Although handicapped by a lack of height, they didn ' t let this hamper their style of play. The Knights were a fast run- ning team who depended mostly on speed and fast breaks, coupled with a good defense. The girls averaged 65 points per game. The three losses were all close, and with any break could have resulted in an undefeated season. Cheryll Howes and Danette Jordan were co-captains of a team which had many shining individual players. Some outstanding performances during the sea- son were turned in by Jordan, Lynne Howes. Robyn Ricci, Dede Foster, and Denise Fraser. " The team ' s prospects for next season are excellent, " Coach Barbara Batchelder says; " we have good talent coming up. " Obviously, losing Danette to gradua- tion will be a factor, but we have the talent to shift our game plan a bit and make up for her loss. " Some high scoring: Fraser (Silver Lake) 20. Jordan (OA) 27, Fraser (Mansfield) 20, Lynn Howes (Sharon) 16, Foster (Fox- boro) 18. (Continued on Page 137) JUNIOR VARSITY: (Front) Coach Mary Cotter, Co-captain Paula Kelly, Co-cap- tain Joanne Blomstrom. (Second) Clara Zadra, Jeanne Climo, Mary Jo Stack, Jayne Edmonston. (Rear) Margaret Lynch, Pam Daynes, Linda Tyer, Francine Lima. " Oh, no, you don ' t, " says a Franklin opponent as she stops Clara Zadra from shooting. Paula Kelly moves past her opponent in JV match. Coach Mary Cotter gives her JV team some last minute instructions before they return to action. FAST BREAKS. . . (Continued from Page 136) The Junior Varsity girls closed their season with an 11-5 league record. Coached by Mary Cotter, the JV depended mostly on high scorers Paula Kelly, Jan Blomstrom, Clara Zadra, Lynda Tyer, and Jayne Edmonston. Coach John Dennison ' s freshman girls finished with a 3-4 record, missing the last three games due to storm cancellations. As a whole, the team showed much improvement and progress. Barb Kelly, Laurie Brahm, Jayne Sallerson, and Co- captains Flora Fonzie and Deb Bender had good seasons. (Frosh girls pictured on Page 123) Co-captains Danette and Cheryll start the game with the traditional handshake. Denise Foster brings the ball up for Stoughton. Danette (who was named to the All-Star team) goes up to add more points to the SHS total. WRESTLING VARSITY: (Front) Bob Flaherty, Eddie Abril, Eric Bamberg, Chuck Breen, Mark O ' Neill. (Rear) Coach Steve Woodruff, Dominic Totino, Jim Miller, Jim Dalton, Craig Kosinski, Gary Mulligan, Steve Muldoon. With a fifth place finish in the Division I South Sectionals and an 8th place finish among 54 schools in Div. I State Tourna- ment, the SHS wrestling team completed a very successful season, which saw Jim Dalton end an outstanding career. The team finished with a 10-5 record in their dual meet schedule, including victo- ries over strong teams like Quincy, Dur- fee, Plymouth-Carver, and Randolph. In the Sectionals, Stoughton finished in fifth place with 116 team points, only 24 points behind first. Dalton (114-lbs.) and junior Jim Miller (107-lbs.) placed first. Other placers were Craig Kosinski (121), second; Mark O ' Neill (169), third; Steve Muldoon (134), Bob Flaherty (140), fourth; Kevin Hanley (128) fifth. Kosinski and Dalton placed second and third in the State Tourney, with Craig being accepted as an alternate to the New Englands. The duet of Kosinski and Dalton also led the team in many individual categories for the season; they tied for team honors with 74 points. Jim finished with a perfect 15-0 record, which included 9 pins. Kos- kinski (voted MVP by the team) had a 14- 1 dual record, including 8 pins, and a fine 6-2 tournament record. Jim Miller, in his first varsity campaign, was defeated just once (1 1-1-2) and scored 62 team points. Others on this year ' s team were senior Eric Bamberg, juniors Chuck Breen, Mike McKinnon, Ed Abril. Scott (Continued on Page 139) Rodney Viera attempts to take his opponent down. Steve Muldoon prepares for another match. Another triumph for Craig Kosinski. PINNING THE SEASON DOWN. . . (Continued from Page 138) Eastman, and Gary Mulligan. Also on the team were freshmen Craig Casano and Dominic Totino, who contributed to the team ' s success with a fine first year 9-6 record. Dalton ' s 22-1 record gave him a .956 winning percentage which ranks as a Stoughton single season record. Steve Muldoon closed out a fine wrestling career at SHS with an overall 41-22-8 record. JUNIOR VARSITY: (Front) Ron McDonald, Mike McKinnon, Dave Horrigan, Tom Simms, Craig Casano, Frank Walsh, Bill Farrell, Stephen Stenstrom, Carlos Silva, George Cariofiles. (Rear) Coach Tom Buckley, Scott Trocki, Rodney Viera, Scott Noe, Ed Milano, Dennis Medeiros, Dave Imbriani, Ron Baeta, Scott East- man, Juan Silva, Gary Stetson, Bill Quatrucci. VARSITT: (Front) Dave Catalano, Mike Kramer, Mike Dineen, John Donnelly, Jim Gearin. (Rear) Joe Sugrue, Paul Leaver, Rick Lennon, Paul McNamera, Rick Rush, Dom Bitto, John McKay, Dave Carter, Bob Sullivan, Dave Powers, Head Coach Ray O ' Malley. Paul Leaver Mike Dineen Mike Kramer Kick save Caulano! Co-Captain Co-Captain JUNIOR VARSITY: (Front) Brian Kershaw, Bob Keating, John Scarafone, John McNamera, Coach Joe Powers. (Middle) Doug Proctor, Paul Bishop, Bob Viola. Ken ogarty. Bill Pushee. (Rear) Richard McGrath, Ken Ross, Mike Molinari, Joe Sugrue, Paul McNamera. HOCKEY For the varsity hockey team, the highhghts are few, if any. The team suffered its first losing season ever under Coach Ray O ' Malley, who has compiled 39 wins as SHS coach. The team was young, sporting only six seniors. They did, however, manage to start off the year by sweeping the first three games. Then came Canton, which took the steam out of the SHS machine with a 5-4 close win. This started a streak which took the Knights out of conten- tion, as they dropped eight straight before they scored their final victory, a 4-0 shutout over North Attleboro. The Knights ended with a 4-11 record, in fifth place in the Hockomock League. Co-captains Mike Kramer and Mike Dineen were bright spots. Dineen was leading scorer on the team; Kramer was named to the league all-star team as a defenseman. The jayvees, under Coach Joe Powers, had a better year. They were never out of any match; their leading line did well enough to be moved up to the varsity in mid-season. Coach Tim Hathaway ' s freshman team managed to go undefeated in a 9-game season, shortened because of the bliz- zard cancellations. (Freshman Hockey Team on Page 123) He ' s got the puck. After him! On his tail ■ ■ « ' r i ::zri 1 i Stop that puck Ed Barbato Paul Daynes Scott Harju Brad Holliday Steve LeBlanc Danny Rose Eric Shulman Charlie Single Atwell Williams Leroy Wilson INDOOR TRACK With a strong, 40-point, third place showing in the Hocko- mock League championships, Stoughton ' s indoor track team wrapped up the 1977-78 season in fine style. SHS runners Leroy Wilson and Greg Stenstrom finished fourth and fifth in the 600, and Ed Barbato, third in the 1000. In addition, the Black Knights had three runners (Joe Daly, Dave Barbato, and Tom DiNapoli) in the top six in the mile. Charlie Single finished third in the two-mile and Brad Holliday, third in the 300. Although the trackmen did not win the dual-meet champi- onship, they more than held their own. Coach Charles Green had a young team. Only six of the 16 Knights in the league meet were seniors. Stoughton ' s final league record was 4-3, as they finished third in the standings. Some of the top performers were in the mile, Joe Daly; 600, Greg Stenstrom; 300, Paul Daynes; 1000, Ed Barbato; two- mile, Charlie Single; 45-yd. hurdles, John Schillinger; 50-yard dash. Brad Holliday; Shot, Atwell Williams; Relay, Sten- strom, Daley, Mike Miniutti, Wilson. Greg Stenstrom and Leroy Wilson race for the finish line. (Front) Coach Bob Tosca, Danny Rose. Leroy Wilson, Brad HoUiday, Ed Barbato, Capt. Atwell Williams, Charlie Sinde, Steve V Bl nc Eric Shulman He Charles Green (Second) John Schillinger, Marie Ogar, Steve SaUerson, Tony Aguiar, Scott Harju, Scott Carrara, Joe Dawe Paul Daynes, MJce Mimutti, Greg Sten- SfoTrS rSKdoro 7z, Joe llcDonald, f om DiNaooU, Dean Carfeton, Joe Daly, Adam Turak, Steve UFrance Dan AKano Paul s dan Myers, Richard Uwrence, Mark Young, Jim Bertram, John Fitzpatnck, Larry Fitzpatnck, Martha Lynch, Dave Barbato. (Rear) Kevin Boyle, Valdes Kirsis. Amy Strack. a (Front) Head Coach Michelle Foley, Terri Hanna, Ellen Berman, Capt. Maryann Buckley, Stacey Lebow, Anna Cottam, Maria Camara, Coach Katherine Neal. (Rear) Regina Cottam, Lori Clough, Carol Niosi, Joni Blatt, Alison Kelly, Donna McCarter, Lori Tripp, Bonni Sandler. Maryann Buckley vaults over the horse. Once again, the record of Stoughton ' s gymnasts doesn ' t reflect the true nature of the season. The girls continue to provide a bet- ter competitive record each year, and the margin of defeat nar- rows more and more. The uneven bars competition did the most harm to the Stough- ton cause, but the SHS girls fared extremely well in the other three events. Individual standouts were Lori Stolow and Theresa Ott in all three events; others were Anna Cottam in the floor exercises; Maryann Buckley, Regina Cottam, and Donna McCarter in the vault; and Alison Kelly and Joni Blatt in the balanced beam. In addition to Anna Cottam, two freshmen who made their mark were Maria Camara and Lori Clough. The season ' s record was 1 - 10- 1 . Alison Kelly does her balance beam routine. Joni Blatt Maryann Buckley G Y NASTXC5 143 Alison Kelly 78 PIZZA SUPPER (All photos this page: Joanne Mayo ' 78) Cindy inceni lakes a short break from waitressing to enjoy a joke. Bev Bairy is in the background. Mr. Thomas Medeircs (Art) and family sample culinary delights prepared for them by ' 78 gourmets. THE GONG SHOW r.iE HAPPY WINNERS: The group " Shhh " who sang " Where Are the Clowns; " Dianne Kelley, Mark " on toff, Pam Martin, Juha Ramirez, Alan Weiner, Leslie LeBrun, Carol Tiecheira, Eijaliisa Jarvinen. Teixeira) ' id you hear the one about the — SMUSH " Mr. Chet Pierce receives a well- deserved pie in the face from Mr. Frank Santoro. (Photo: Mayo) Atwell Williams and his motley group of miners were a high scoring act. (Photo: Mayo) Juan Silva stole the show with an energetic disco dance — the audience liked him so much that they called him back for a repeat. (Photo: L. Teixeira) " My girdle is killing me. " " Rockettes " Mario Teixeira, Manny Rose, Dean Rapoza, Phil Sohto, Bob Flaherty, Bill Flaherty, and John Hurley demonstrate what can happen to fairly normal people when they become, sen- iors. (Photo: L. Teixeira) MUSIC GIRLS CHORUS: (Front) Carolyn Benson, Beverly Sleeves, Marie Franks, Heidi Gillette, Jill Howard, Jar Harrington, Ruth Martin, Denise Pedro, Eliza Campanario, Maureen Powers, Jackie Ransom, Carolyn Seai Theresa O ' Leary, Susan Kane. (Second) Amy Columbe, Joanne Simmons, Nancy Joseph, Maura Mullaney, Li Morris, Patti Barrett, Mary Bertram, Avelina Nunes, Mr. Donald LeGrow. (Rear) Nancy Lanza, Carol Tischer Ann Lincoln, Denise Frazier, Kathy Griffen, Lee Romanelli, Amy Mellow, Nancy Kaylor. SOUTHEAST DISTRICT WINNERS: Rick Vita, Leonard Homer, Keith How- ard, Brendan Myers. MIXED CHORUS OFFICERS: (Front) Vice-President Jim Montgomery, Librarian JoAnn Kelly, Tenor Section Leader Ross Howard, Librarian Janet Clifford. (Rear) President Keith Howard, Bass Section Leader Leonard Homer. Alto Section Leader Eugene Driest, Soprano Section Leader Maggie Sterns. JAZZ CHOIR: (Front) Drummer Rich Whittington, Mr. Donald LeGrow. Piar ist Sue Kane. (Second) Nancy Sweeney. Nancy Farrell. (Third) Leonard Home Debbie Fergus, Brendan Myers. Maggie Sterns, Ross Howard. (Rear) Dave Wa: serman, Keith Howard. MIXED CHORUS: (Front) Janice Hamilton. Haley Freedman, Jean Curtis, Leanne Homer, Ross Howard, Brendan Myers. Beverly Smith, Nancy Sweeney, Lisa Gatelj Karen Blacker, Elizabeth Martin, Diane Hart. (Second) Georgette Mason. Carol Cronin. Bernadette Mason. Noreen Callahan, Leonard Homer. John Fahey. Bechar. Maalouf, Lisa Olsen, Margie Cabral, Janet Clifford, Linda Wirrell. Lynn Perkins. (Third) Maggie Sterns. Annie Hopkins, Leslie LeBrun, Mike McCaffery, Raul Meic Jim Montgomery, Keith Howard, Kathy Viola. Susan Greene. JoAnn Kelly. Jeanne McMenimon. Suzanne Cast. (Fourth) Robie Hanna. Monica Klim, Pam Martir Karen Wallace. Heidi Freedman. Diane LaVeli. Lauren Stolow. Patty White. Debbie Fergus, Nancy Farrell. Renardi Driest. Eugene Driest. (Rear) Susan Kane, Lind Trenholm. Janet Hunkeler. Linda Nowe, Renee Yaffee, Karen Martin, Debbie Olsen, Gail Segnni, Lori Manuel, Sharon Stetson. 146 . . Melody is a form of remembrance . . . It must have a quality of inevitability in our ears. " GIAN-CARLO MENOTTI MARCHING BAND: (From) Chnstopher Lindsey, Roland Koltz, Paul DeVito, Gary Stetson, Fred Tibbets, Phil Solito, John Day, Kevin Keams. (Second) Rob- ert Keating, Hannah Goldberg, Larry Fitzpatrick, Brad Morris, Paul Maclntyre, John Grant, David Pray, Jim Montgomery. (Third) Jeff Sturgis, Eric Hirschom, Maureen O ' Donnell, Coleen Klim, Jim Binns, Dean Rapoza, John Walsh. (Fourth) Lyn Roose, Nancy Farrell, Joan Coughlin, Tonya Barrett, Mike Abril, Ben Hoffman, Chris Sievers, Steve Heeley. (Fifth) Cindy Frank, Chris Tsinzo, DeDe Farrell, Henry McGibbon, Frank Lyons, Bob Binns, Barbie Norton, Maureen Coughlin. (Sixth) Pam Camara, Suzanne Trembley, Bill Meadows, Cathy Schillinger, Dave Wilson, Terri Hanna, Dave Hutchinson, Peter Hall. (Seventh) Paula Camara, Joe Gomes, Lenny Pinaud, Rich Whittington. (Rear) Danny Alfano, Enc Goodman, Stuart Gay, Peter Gabrielle, Rich Swartz, Dan Fichera. BAND OFFICERS: (Front) Vice-President Dan Alfano, Equipment Manager Chris Klim, Percussion Section Leader Lenny Pinaud, Woodwind Section Leader Dean Rapoza. (Second) Brass Section Leader Atwell Williams, Freshman Representative John Day, Uni- form Manager Joan Letson, Secretary Joan Coughlin. (Rear) President Rick Vita. STAGE BAND: (Front) David Pray, Bill Meadows, Stuart Gay, Jim Montgomery, Bob Binns. (Second) Dean Rapoza, Atwell Williams, Kevin Keams, Dan Alfano, Paul Maclntyre. (Third) Lenny Pinaud, Dave Wilson, Rick Vita, Chris Klim, Frank Fedorowicz. (Rear) Rich Whittington, Dan Fichera, Jeff Sturges. OUTSTANDING MUSICIAN AWARD WINNERS: Dave Wilson, Jim Montgomery, Atwell Williams. 147 INTRAMURAL WRITING COMPETITION: (Front) Karen Lotti, Robie Hanna, Carolyn Benson, Alan Cline, Vinnie Gouvalaris, Tom Colbum, Brenda Budrick. (Rear) Bonnie Mark, Greg Strenstrom, Dan Alfano, Peter Howe, Linda Goldberg, Anita Workowski, Cheryl Dubay, Carolyn Crowley, Anton Koker, John Fitzpatrick, Lisa Carroll, Susan Berman, Ann Coulombe. l.W.C.P. (con ' t): James Donnelly. Diane Connolly. Rjck Lennon. John Donnelly. Dave Carter. Danny McCabe. Andy Denneno. Taras Dijak, Kerri Leclaire. Paula Deulsch. Jackie Barry. Kathy Coughlin, Loren Stolow. Nancy Batte, Donna McCarter. Eddie Grady. Rich Whittington. MARGARET SANO ' 78 D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award STUDENT HONORS HISTORICAL CONFERENCE: (Front) Laurie Ralston, Loren Stolow, Mary Chmo, Eileen GaUagher, Tri- cia King, Denise DePalma, Jackie Barry, Leona Coulombe, Terry Martell. (Rear) Lyime McDonnell, Dan Alfano, Peter Howe, Lenny Homer, Carolyn Benson, Lisa Carroll, Bill Lyons, Gary Garcia, Ralph Quat- trucci, Steve Le Blanc, Alan Cline, Cindy Hemeon, Joanne Kelly. MODEL SENATE: (Front) Mario Teixeira, Advisor Michael Champa, Sarah- Ann Lynch, Leona Coulombe. (Rear) Manny Rose, Dan Alfano, Rolf Ruben. BOSTON GLOBE ART AWARD WINNERS WOMEN ' S CLUB AUXILIARY: (Front) Sarah-Ann Lynch, Joan CoughUn. (Rear) Joan Letson, Margaret Sano. 148 JOHN FAVRET, Blue Ribbon CONNIE PALMER, Exhibition Award DRAMA STATE DRAMA FESTIVAL: " Comings and Goings " cast and crew, Steve Weiss, Student Director John Hurley, Karen Wallace, Monica KJim, (Crew). (Rear) Steve Copley, Diane Cameron, Lynn Marino, Jeff Mar- den, Annie Hopkins, Keith Howard, Eddie Giles (Cast). THESPIAN SOCIETY (TROUPE 2077): (Front) Lynne McDonnell, Diane Cameron, Secretary Debbie Heeley, President John Hurley, Vice-President Lynn Marino, Treasurer Steve Copley, Historian Martha Lynch. (Second) Marilyn Goulston, Brendan Myers, David Wasserman, Sarah-Ann Lynch, Margaret Sano, Jane-Ellen Tamul, Keith Howard. (Rear) Jeff Marden, Ross Howard, Mike Alfano, Aimie Hopkins, Eddie Giles. Sarah-Ann Lynch David Wasserman Jane-Ellen Tamul 149 SHS KNIGHT: (Front) Alisa Aronson, editor-in-chief; Mr. Sumner Tapper, advisor. (Second) Judy Gallagher, Cathy Dacey, Karen Johnson, Greg Stenstrom, Sue Moo- ney. (Third) Mike DePalma, Manny Rose, Ed Brazaitis, Larry Zadra, Eric Shulman, John Fitzpatrick, Mario Teixeixa, Chris Mann. (Fourth) Paul DeVito, Pam Sawyer IHSIN Joanne Mayo, Eleanor O ' Donnell, Lucy Teixeira, Francine Lima, Robie Hanna, Loren Stolow, Susan Wyndham. COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION gSHS KNIGHT HA- PttN A» f»ri£D THIS RRST Pt CE CHBTIRCATt - rHi laTK ' s at Ll MWA 1 SI E» IT IS THt iifTi rmiii ' A-.si AL ■ . ST— r « ett Sam For the first time in SHS history) one of its entries in the National Writing Achievement Awards sponsored by the National Council of Teachers of English was a " winner. " Keith Howard is recipient of a gift from the English teachers, presented by Mrs. Marianne Weddleton. For the third year in a row, the SHS KNIGHT won the coveted, prestigious First Place Award in the national scholastic journalism contest sponsored by the Scho- lastic Press Association, this time with a total of 902 points out of a possible 1000 points. Id). I M 1 JOURNALISM SHS SPORTS BUREAU: (Front) Mike DePalma, Sue Duross. (Second) Francine Lima, Linda Tyer, Eric Shulman, Marmy Rose, Mario Teixeira. (Third) Larry Zadra, Ed Brazaitis, Robert Carter, Dave Nut- ting, George Cariofiles, Paul DeVito, Paul Carter, Steve Hoffman. CUB REPORTERS: (Front) Paul DeVito, Rob- ert Carter, George Cariofiles, Steve Hoffman. (Second) Dave Nutting, John Fidler, Ted Crifo, Pam Sawyer, Lynda Tyer, Maura Mullaney, Suzanne Dino, Joe McDonald. (Rear) John Sam- uels, Howard Barer, Richard Lawrence, Natalia Vargas, Ahce McCarthy, Mary McGarvey, Alda Serpa, Mr. Sumner Tapper. 150 STOTONIAN 78 wjBUSINESS STAFF: (Front) Judy Gallagher, Mr. Tapper. (Second) Dean Rapoza, Ruth Mann. Mary Parrin, [jinny Damiani, Mario Teixeira. (Third) Manny Rose, Mark Koltz, Steve Heeley, Mike Bedard, John Bren- nick, Cathy Dacey, Karen Johnson, Marggie St. George. (Fourth) Diane Doucette, Jimmy Dalton, Diane Kelly, Ed Brazaitis, Bob Binns, Joanne Mayo, Joan Letson, Linda McNally, Jeanne Kolinski, Linda Nowe, Leona Coulombe. (Fifth) Julie Weber, Nancy Stewart, Debra Fergus, Luanne Boyle, Cathy McGrath. Standing) Lois Lurie, Stephen LeBlanc, Mike Alfano, Joanne Klim, Mary Savino, Bev Barry, Susan Duross, Michele Murphy, Cindy Ness, Phil Solito, Janet Clifford, Bev Smith. ALISA ARONSON Editor-in-Chief SALES STAFF: (Front) Mike Alfano. Mike Bedard. (Second) Linda Nowe, Janet Clifford, Bev Smith, Leona Coulombe. Debra Fergus. (Third) Jimmy Dalton, Mark Koltz, Steve Heeley, John Brennick, Joanne Mayo, Bev Smith, Joanne Klim, Marggie St. George. (Rear) Ruth Mann, Ginny Damiani, Diane Kelly, Bob Binns, Jeanne Kolinski, Michelle Murphy, Julie Weber, Nancy Stewart, Marcy Katz, Cathy McGrath, Mary Savino. JUDY GALLAGHER Business Manager ADVERTISING STAFF: (Front) Phil Solito. Judy Gallagher. (Second) Dean Rapoza. Lois Lurie. Bev Smith. Leona Coulombe, Mano Teixeira. (Rear) Cathy McGrath, Diane Doucette, Manny Rose, Mike Bedard, Steve LaCivita. Joanne Mayo. Cindy Ness, Cathy Dacey. Karen Johnson, Marggie St. George. SUSAN MOONEY Coordinator, Publication DIANE DOUCETTE Managing Editor CATHY MCGRATH Production Mgr. CHRIS MANN Art Editor JOANNE KLIM Financial Mgr. DEBBIE DRISCOLL Coord. Senior Sect. GINA MOLINARl Senior Photos PRODUCTION STAFF: (Fr ont) Susan Mooney, Cheryll Howes. (Second) Ginny Damiani, Manny Rose Mike Bedard, Eric Shulman, Mario Teixeira. (Third) Diane Doucette, Cathy McGrath, Lucy Teixeira, Deb bie Heirty, Eleanor O ' Donnell, Joanne Mayo, Donna Krupa, Andrea Anastas. (Rear) Mr. Tapper, Chri; Mann. Lois Lurie. Laura Mark. Cindy Ness. ART STAFF: (Front) Chris Mann, Lois Lurie. (Second) Eleanor O ' Donnell, Debbie Heirty, Laura Mark,] Cheryll Howes, Ginny Damiani. (Rear) Mike Bedard. PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF: (Front) Manny Rose, Mario Teixeira. (Rear) Eleanor O ' Donnell, Andrea Anas- tas, Joanne Mayo, Eric Shulman, Lucy Teixeira BOOKKEEPING STAFF: (Front) Marggie St. George, Joanne Klim. (Rear) Joan Letson, Joanne Mayo. 152 TYPING STAFF: (Front) Diane Doucette, Cathy McGrath. (Rear) Julie Web- ber, Joanne Mayo. ■.ITERARY STAFF (Front) Alisa Aronson. Mr. Tapper. (Second) Rulh Mann, Mary Pamn, Bev Smith, Leona Coulombt, Linda Nowe. (Third) i anei Cl.fford Luanne Boyle, Steve Heeley. Mike Bedard. Mike Alfano, Eleanor O ' Donnell, Tammy Moore, Debbie Heirty. ffou« . Diane Dou- ette Debbie Dnscoll Cathy McGrath. Mary Savmo, John Brennick, Joanne Mayo, Cheryll Howes, Margaret Sano, Joanne Huber, Laura Mark, larah Ann Lynch Debbie Fergus (Siandmg) Susan Mooney. Manny Rose. Phil Solito. Chns Mann, Mike DePalma, Susan Duross, Marcy Katz. ' ' " Ileaniie Kohnski Judy Gallagher, Bev Barry, Gina Molinan. Ahson Kelly, Karen Johnson, Uuren Stickler. Joni Blatt. SENIOR SECl ION STAFF: (From) Debbie Dnscoll, Gina Molinan. (Second) Ruth Mann, Mary Pamn, Bev Smith, Janet Clifford, Linda Nowe. (Third) Alisa Aronson, Steve Heeley, Mike Bedard, Mike Alfano, Eleanor O ' Donnell, Tammy Moore, Debbie Heirty, (Rear) Diane Doucette, Cathy McGrath, Mary Savino, Lauren Stickler, Margaret Sano, Sarah Ann Lynch, Alison Kelly, Joni Blatt, Debra Fergus, LAYOUT STAFF: (Front) Alisa Aronson, Laura Mark. (Second) Mike DePlama, Tim Manning, Bev Smith, Luanne Boyle, Leona Coulombe. (Third) Chris Mann, Susan Mooney, Eric Shulman, Phil Solito, Manny Rose, Bev Bam , Judy Gallagher, Jeanne Kolinski, (Rear) Cathy McGrath, Diane Doucette, Cheryll Howes, Margaret Sano, Marcy Katz, Susan Duross, Joanne Huber. BEVERLY SMITH Senior Write-Ups LAURA MARK Coord. Act. MIKE BEDARD Sales Manager JOANNE MAYO Adv. Control MIKE DEPALMA Sports Editor LEONA COULOMBE Faculty Section MANNY ROSE Photography MARIO TEIXEIRA Coord. Phot. Missed deadlines . . . Climbing four flights of stairs — after lunch! . . . DEADLINE! " But my dog ate the page " ... the immaculate closet . . . Who s this? " . . . " Help! My finger is stuck in the typewriter! " . . . " Who cares how you spell his name!? He probably didn ' t buy a book anyway " . . . Conung up late . . . Stolen??? ... " I have to do the page? AGAIN!! " . . . Wasted days and wasted nights ... " If we miss any more deadlines, Stotonian ' 79 " . . . " Favorite peeve: two-faced people . . . favorite color . . . favorite group . . . will always remember . . . we ' ll have to call it 153 Joanne White ' 78 is all smiles. Donna Barrett 79 concentrates on an art project ' -V Congratulations Class of ' 78 DiFa bio Construction 4 Porter Street Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Residential and Commercial Carpentry 344-2429 We carry a full line of V Groceries and Frozen Foods M B with the finest Quality miJJ_WA_J_ f R J Mayo Cons+ruc+ion Co. 211 Rogers Dr. Stoughton, MA 02072 Richard Mayo 344-9223 MARTIN ' S LIQUOR INC. 22 Porter St. Best Wishes Class ' 78 Across From New Post Office Mon. Thru Thurs. 8:00 - 10:00 Fri.-Sat. 8:00- 11:00 R.M.C. Printing Service Copy Center Roy M. Cohen, President 761 Washington St., Box 52, Stoughton, MA 02072 (617) 828-7525 344-5511 155 Thanks for the Memories: Judy Debbie Gina Diane Donna Pam Amanda Terry Cathy Joanne Jeanne Cathy Mary Ann Bev Tricia Sac Diane Cathy Andrea Heidi Judy Julie Joan Donna Mary T. Congratulations Mary Theresa Kelleher, Co-Captain Julie Weber, Co-Captain Tricia Leclaire Loretta Powers Joanne Klim Judy Flaherty From the Cheerleaders Congratulations and Best Wishes +o the Class of 1978 Walter Anthony ' s Allegro ' s Mens Wear Representative Paul M. Goulston Compliments of William Totman Companies 156 Best Wishes to the Class of 1978 BPM SUPER MARKETS Chet Cohenno Photography Genuine Parts — Hardware — Accessories — Chemicals — Shop Equipment — Tools — Advertising Specialties Congratulations to Compliments of the Class of 1978 Music Machine ATLANTIC AUTOMOTIVE " Everything for Your Car " 79 Porter Street Stoughton, Mass. 1 19 Sharon Street Stoughton, MA 02072 344-7559 She ehan Funera 1 Home Lowe Powers Inc. Est. 1860 1 15 Monk St., Stoughton 34 4-2061 Edward W. Sheehan Howard M. Bean 157 Park OB-Gyn Associates, Park inc. r Ks j la 1 1 1 A 1 Association 966 A Park Street Stoughton, MA 02072 966 Park Street Stoughton, MA 02072 344-9662 344-6060 Kenne+h P. Copi+horne, DDS TRI-TOWN MEDICAL 340 Pleasant Street ASSOCIATION Brockton, MA 02401 Robert Elliot Chaves, DDS Ur. Maria v erson 23 Walnut Ave. 921 Porter Street Stoughton, MA 02072 344-3030 158 STOUGHTON Dr. Marshall J. Brickel DRUG 35 Park Street Stoughton, Mass. 450 Pearl Street Jeffrey S. Becker, DMD Stoughton, MA 02072 dRO Pari- strp t J ' ft-O 1 JU Stoughton, Mass. 828-2180 Store Hours: 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. David S. Greenfield, DMD HZO real 1 oliccl Stoughton, Mass. Dr. Frederic Her+zmark HJU rCd.Il olICcl Stoughton, Mass. Harmon Optician Route 27 Park Plaza Park Dental Assoc. Stoughton, MA 02072 HoU r dlK ollccl Stoughton, Mass. c_l J 1 c II v Ar bdnnund J. bullivan, MD 73 Pearl Street Park Surgical Associates, Inc. Stoughton, Mass. 966 Park Street Stoughton, Mass. Edward Gray Jr.. MD Dr. Carl A. Walent John M. Crow, MD Robert Becher, MD 703 Washington Street loVin O ArtViiir 40 Stoughton, Mass. John K. Messersmith, MD 159 Compliments of CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION GALLO CHRYSLER STOUGHTON PLYMOUTH INC. CO-OPERATIVE BANK 1234 Washington Street Stoughton, MA 02072 (617) 344-3224 Best Wishes From R R Office BALFOUR COMPANY Official Jewelers for the Class of 1978 160 " Sights and Shapes and Shrieks Unholy . . . " SHAKESPEARE Forever the memories of all the Good Times . . . pictures, pictures, more pictures . . . the Pups (dreams of wimiing big) . . . the beach . . . Fribble drinking contest . . . watching the Turkies at football . . . Birthday parties, class suppers, Car Wash . . . Tuesday 22 at Wood ' s . . . Rallies, motorcades, and Orange and Black Day . . . Town Spa ... Ski Trips . . . Tex ' s pool . . . Red Sox and Patriots . . . StuC and Mr. Samo . . . School dances . . . Santa at Psota ' s . . . Manny ' s party . . . getting together to buy this ad. Michelle Murphy Joanne Mayo Sarah-Ann Lynch Joanne Huber Manny Rose Kathy Viola Joni Blatt Margaret Sano Marcy Katz Alison Kelly Eric Shulman David Wasserman (not in the picture but always in spirit are: Eleanor O ' Donnell Marggie St. George Bill Flaherty Mario Teixeira Susan Duross Phil Solito Joan Letson Cindy Ness Peter Bemasconi Brian Psota John Hurley Lucy Teixeira Diane, Liza, Rick, Rolf) Cheryl Sullivan Dean Rapoza Laura Mark Lois Lurie Alisa Aronson Jane-Ellen Tamul Jeff Nickerson Larry Smith Chris Mann Bob Flaherty John MacKenzie ADVERTISEMENT 161 Q ood Luck TO Class ot 1978 Compliments of n ni III 1 1 nc iki F. C. PHILLIPS. INC. Parshley Realty 344-2110 World ' s Largest Manufacturer of Athletic Spikes and Cleats 687 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. Sales — Rentals — Appraisals v ongr aTuiaTions Class of 1978 Best Wishes to the rackard Manse t7itT Class of 1978 ShoD 583 Plain Street ROXIE ' S Stoughton, Mass. 344-9634 162 UPOIHITOM ■OUR BUSINESS IS ADVERTISING YOUR BUSINESS ' 35 PARK STREET, STOUQHTON DIAL 344-4 «33 Tender Trap Haircutters Village Mall Canton, Mass. Haircuts for Men, Women and Kids UNICUT 29 Wyman Street Stoughton, Mass. 344-1552 Complete Auto Repairs Windsor Tire Co., Inc. 500 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. 02072 344-9909 — 344-8333 OX.X FASHXOJMED BAMBIIIUiEBS Richard Lewis Inc. 576 WASHINGTON STREET, CANTON CENTER Western Auto Cobbs Corner 828-3360 Automotive Parts and Accessories Bike Accessories and Repairs RICHARD | LEWIS INC. 163 Compliments of Lloyd ' s Animal Hospital 1995 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. Suzie ' s l fiC TrN BEAUTY SHOPPE k ' j ] ) 787 Washington St. fefl l ' Stoughton, Mass. 02072 T T Tuesday — Saturday W Sb ' ' Open Friday Nites 1 20 Per Cent Off for Senior Citizens Tuesday and Wednesday Only Best Wishes to the Class of 1978 S+ough+on Variety Store 79 Canton Street Stoughton, Mass. STOUGHTON ARMY NAVY CENTER 763 Washington Street Stoughton, Massachusetts 02072 (fi l 341-0769 STOUGHTON DINER Breakfast — Luncheon — Dinner Served Daily Bar-B-Q Chicken Liquors Orders to Go 344-9061 Sajimito Trading Co. 225 Turnpike Street Canton, Mass. Famous Maker Jeans at Discount Prices Raleigh Columbia Vista STOUGHTON BIKE CENTER 344-6860 Sales and Service on All Makes Xonv Vianiano 742 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 02072 164 Best Wishes From M M Variety 100 Perry Street Stoughton, Mass. 344-2203 RECORDS Crl APES INSIM THf nU-TOWN MALL CANTON 828-4533 Gay ' s FLORIST 399 Pleasant Street Stoughton, Massachusetts 02072 Phone: 344-2812 Clint, Dorothy and Russ Gay Compliments of Brian, Peter and Phil Cave Best Wishes Joe ' s Shell Station 825 Washington Street General Auto Repairs J. J. and A. D. Silva 344-9851 Good Luck to the Class of ' 78 LINE LUMBER Good Luck Class 344-24 1 0 of ' 78 From Evenings f§ LARRY SMITH w tT) photographs Color Candids for Weddings and Bar-Mitzvahs 1 15 Sumner St. Larry Smith Stoughton, Mass. Malcolm Parsons Insurance Agency, Inc. Insurance — Mutual Funds 6 Freeman Street Irving Parsons Stoughton, Mass. 02072 344-3200 A FRIEND 165 Jim Alach COBBS CORNER SHELL Tel. 828-9720 41 Washington St. Canton, Massachusetts 02021 Congratulations From CANTON LANES Congratulations Graduates James B. Cotter Funeral Home Inc. 39 Grove St., Stoughton Congratulations Central Liquor Mart 344-6080 21 Wyman Street Stoughton, Mass. SSiiiiiiiiiiiiii % Best Wishes Class of ' 78 Christopher ' s Shoes 770 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 1 1 1 o ii ■ ■ ■ itni 7 2 ClfSCtNT STKET • IIOCKTON. MASSACHUSETTS Phone 344-8981 FARMER ' S O UTLET, INC. Wholesale and Retail If you can find fresher fruits and vegetables they are still growing. 839 Park Street Stoughton, Mass. 02072 166 dloral Art Shoppe 681 WASHINGTON ST. (RTE. 138) STOUGHTON, MASSACHUSETTS 02072 (617) 344-2632 344-7563 344-9907 WILLIAM BROPHY Concrete Finishing Floors — Patios — Pool Aprons — Brick Mason 29 Freeman Street Stoughton, Mass. BROWN ' S SUNOCO SERVICENTER General Auto Repairs Ralph Brown Jr., Prop. 566 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. 344-9805 ItrucS OPEL Bernie Fafel Manager DINO BUICK 346 Washington St., Stoughton, MA 02072 Phone: 344-4567 Best of Luck From Dorothy-Jean ' s Bakery 419 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. Best Wishes Class of ' 78 Farley Funeral Home Jay W. Farley 358 Park St. Stoughton, Mass. 344-2676 affll gr Fresh, Dried and Artificial Flowers for Bar Mitzvahs — Weddings W7 Showers — Proms THE FLOWER BARREL Artistic Floral Designs 360 Washington Street Edith Levine Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Pearl Steiman 344-6846 Best Wishes Lee ' s Beau+y Salon 344-9966 161 Pleasant St. Stoughton, Mass. Hair Styling • Straightening Coloring • Razor Cutting Sales and Service of Wigs and Hairpieces Chico ' s Connb Clipper 299 Park St. • Stoughton, Mass. 02072 • 344-8974 167 MR. MATTHEW ' S HAIR CREATIONS 109 Sharon St. — Rt. 27 and Cobbs Corner Stoughton, Massachusetts Matthew Arena 344-9914.828-0092 Compliments of PRECISION DOOR WINDOW. INC. 37 Dykeman Way Central Street at Route 24 Stoughton, Mass. 344-6900 Good Luck Seniors TWIN-KEE CLOTHING MFG. CO., INC. 720 Park Street Stoughton, Mass. 168 Congratulations Class of ' 78 BOB ' S LIQUORS 289 Park St. Stoughton 344-4350 344-3666 BEAUTY CONNECTION COIFFEUR 353 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 341-0370 ' 341-0371 Hours: Monday thru Friday 9:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. Saturday 9:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Crimmins EASTON 138 MOTEL From Stough+on Real Estate — Insurance " The Ultimate in Fine Travel Accommodations ' Savini Banquet Facilities are ideally suited for Parties Banquets Weddings Reunions Large Pool Style Shows Business Meetings Conventions Dial 238-4321, 588-3000, 344-2020 25 Washington St., North Easton 3 Halls Accommodations 70, 200, and 600 169 Oongraf ulatlons From the TOWN SPA Compliments of SHAW GLASS COMPANY. INC. • Plate Glass • Window Glass • Mirrors • Residential and Commercial Glazing 2 1 3 Turnpike Street Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Boston Area 325-0051 170 1 mOLD MUSIC COMPANY SALES • RENTALS • REPAIRS 67 TOSCA DRIVE STOUGHTON. MASS. 02072 617 • 344-0101 LEONARD ARNOLD HOCHMAN PRESIDENT RANDOLPH SAVINGS BANK Offices in: Randolph North Randolph Stoughton Holbrook Telephone 344-4150 or 963-2110 171 WORLD ' S LARGEST BOOTMAKER I would like to take this opportunity to extend our congratulations to all graduates for reaching yet another plateau in their career development. To those graduates electing to continue their education, we extend our best wishes for the future. However, if your choice is to start your career immediately and we have a continuing need for entry level and or experienced employees in Administrative Management, Marketing, Electronic Data Processing, Manufacturing Technology, and entry -level production positions. At ACME we believe in being our industry leader and invite you to consider joining with us in the boot revolution. " Boots are bigger than ever this season. Next season. Every Season. " Why not send your resume to Career Development; ACME Boot Company, Inc.; P.O. Box 749; Clarksville, Tennessee 37040. If you live near an ACME Plant, check with its Personnel Department. We re sending the first team . Robert Turrentine President ACME Boot Company, Inc. Executive Offices Clarksville, Tennessee Plants Clarksville Springfield Cookeville Stoughton, Mass. Ashland City El Paso, Texas Waverly An Equal Opportunity Employer Acme Boot Co., Inc. 2 Canton Street, Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Acme Boot Co., Inc. 1500 East Piasano Drive, El Paso, Texas 79997 Acme Boot Co., Inc. P.O. Box 749, Clarksville, Tennessee 7040 172 Congratulations Class of 1978 Now that you have completed your High School education, unlimited possibilities for interesting careers await you With your High School diploma you can afford to be selective in your choice of career We would be pleased to discuss with you at any time opportunities available both in our office and distribution center, as well as retailing in the hundreds of shoe departments we operate coast to coast Whatever your career decision, we extend to you our BEST WISHES for your success morse shoe 555 Turnpike Street Canton, Mass. STANDARD MODERN PRINTING COMPANY JIM DOHERTY DICK VITA Compliments of BLACKWELL STUDIO " Your Class Photographer " 1 0 Freeman Street Stoughton, Mass. Gold Patrons Mr. and Mrs. Irving Aronson Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bamberg Leo and Georgette Bedard Mr. and Mrs. Edward Costello Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I. Cotter Mr. and Mrs. Roger Coulombe Miss Kathleen M. Crimmins Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. DePalma Mr. John F. Downs Mr. and Mrs. Walter Driscoll Mr. and Mrs. William K. Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. James Haron Mr. and Mrs. Francis Heffernan Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Kelley Mr. and Mrs. James J. Kolinski and Family Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Katz Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Lynch Mr. and Mrs. William S. Meadows, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Montgomery Mrs. Barbara O ' Donnell Mr. and Mrs. John Pires Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Pray Mr. and Mrs. William Powell Irving and Evelyn Saltzman Mr. and Mrs. Victor J. Sano Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Savino Dr. and Mrs. Peter J. Sperandio Mr. and Mrs. John J. Szum Mr. and Mrs. William Tamul Dr. and Mrs. James H. Tyer The Vita Family Mr. Jon Zeeland William and Helen Drum Silver Patrons Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. 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