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

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J CONTENTQ Opening Essay 3 Faculty 17 Seniors 33 Student Life — Fall 1 03 Student Life — Winter 1 2 usiness 1 5 time it was and what a time it was a long time of innocence, a time of confidence long ago it must be I have a photograph preserve your memories they ' re all that ' s left you paul simon 1 We became the largest class ever to hit SHS. . . with us came our spirit, enthusiasm and crowded conditions ... we made new friends and had to adjust to our new surroundings . . . our advisors Mr. Billage and E Cid . . . Jug End, a trip to the mountains by way of Sharon DPW . . . Bike Trips to D.W. ... Jr. Prom . . . Scusset beach the next day Sub Supper 77, 78 . . . American Study Classes . . . St. Albans exchange . . . Trip to Lancaster . . . Blue Hills Drive In . . . Football Spirit . . . Romances lasting till the day after the Prom. watching as the girls varsity became league champs . . . we saw girls track in its first competitive season . . . the tournament of plays . . .Blue Hills hike. . . Gong Show . . . Music Man . . . Pops Concerts . . . Science Fairs . . . PSAT ' s members of the class of 1979, we have been free to express our own individual personalities ... we choose to go our own spe- cial directions . . . our lives depend on the knowledge we choose to educate our- selves with ... we are able to live a life of success or poverty if we choose . . . striving to be ourselves, individually . . . showing others our achievements, becoming ourselves. During the time we have spent in high school we hav acquired knowledge, and experience . . . We havj many friends. . . We have shared the good wi V • Time will bring an understanding of ourselves, the people around us and the society in which we live. | e mat esen Time is what we make of it . . We have the present . . . We have the past . Most of all we have the future MR. DONALD BERNIER bus td MISS MARY ALICE BUCKLE Bus. Ed. 18 MR. JAMES CLARK English MIS S KAREN COPPENRATH For. Lang. MR. DANIEL DAVIS Coord., Soc. Stud. .1 Jm MR. CARLTON CORMIER Soc. Studies MR. JEROME CULLEN Phys. Ed. I MR. ROGER DAWE Soc. Stud. MR. FRANCIS DALY Soc. Stud. MISS KATHLEEN CRIMMINS 20 English MISS JOAN DANDRATA Math MR. JOHN DENNISON English MR. BURNIS DEVAUGHN Soc. Stud. MRS. LINDA DOLAN Drama-Speech Science Math TV MRS. BRENDA HARRINGTON English MRS. ELLEN GRIFFEN Home Ec. " Education is the abilify to listen to almost anything without losing your temper or your self- confidence " Robert Frost MR. JAMESGORMLEY Soc. Stud. MRS. CHERYL GRENNING Soc. Stud. MISS JUDITH HAMILTON English MR. MICHAEL HOMER English 22 MR. PAUL LECLAIRE Ind. Arts MR PETER MACCINI Science MR. FRANCIS MAIOLI Bus. Ed. MR. RICHARD MENDES MR. JOSEPH MACDONALD Soc. Stud. MRS. DOROTHY MACQUOWN 24 Spec. Ed. MR. THOMAS MEDEIROS MR. EDWARD MCCARTHY Art Soc. Stud. MISS ELLEN MOORE English Science Ind.Arts 25 MR. SUMNER TAPPER English MR. WILLIAM WALSH Ind. Arts MISS JANE WELCH English MR. JONZEELAND Science 27 DEDICATION The ' 79 STOTONIAN is dedicated to Dr. Peter J. Sperandio, who served as Principal of Stoughton High School from 1 966-79. TO THE CLASS OF 1979: Congratulations to you on your graduation. The diploma which you received is significant. More importantly, however, was your involvement in the educational experiences provided at Stoughton High School. These experiences have certainly had an effect upon you. We hope that you have developed social values so that you will not only know yourselves better as individuals but will be more understanding and considerate of others. By the time you will have received your yearbooks I will be retired. The many years I have spent with students have been very enjoyable for me. Of course there have been some problems but we were able to resolve most of them. That is the way of life. I hope that I have, in some small measure, contributed to your future happiness. To all of you, my personal best wishes for success, enjoyment and the attainment of your personal goals. Sincerely, Peter J. Sperandio, Ed.D. Principal PJS:db A major change in administration took place at Stoughton High School on Feb. 23. On that date, Dr. Peter Sperandio, who had been principal at SHS since April, 1966 retired. Mr. Albert Twomey, administrative assistant for school community relations, was named interim principal. Dr. Sperandio has been principal for 1 3 years, a length of time which established him as holding the office for the second longest period among SHS principals to date. During his term as head of the school, many changes took place, primarily an increase in the student body from 1200 to nearly 2000, and from 50 faculty members to well over 1 00. As principal, he was part of the evaluation of 1969, following which Stoughton High received full accreditation for ten years, the maximum period permitted. He was also principal in 1969 when SHS celebrated its centennial and was the author of a pageant performed at that time. Other changes were the expansion into the D and E Buildings, the changes in the curriculum to reflect greater choice through greater electives. In other areas he had to contend with moments of stress, arising from change, including some non-violent disobedience of existing codes of student conduct and some violent confrontations resulting from abolition of previously established smoking areas. " Commons, " with its built-in problems resulting from overcrowding, came into being during his term of office. None of these were of his making, but as principal he had to cope with them. Despite these stresses and strains, Dr. Sperandio will probably prefer to look back to many outstanding accomplish- ments by students entrusted to him. In the 1967 STOTONIAN, dedicated to him, tribute was paid to his " guidance and friendship. " Students in the Class of 1 979, who have been at Stoughton High during the last four years of Dr. Sperandio ' s tenure echo these sentiments and wish him well in his years of retirement. We express our gratitude for his many years of dedicated service to education. 28 MR THOMAS MCDERMOTT DR. MARIA GERSON Director of Library Services School Physician MRS. MARY VOGEL, R.N. School Nurse During 1978-79, several administrative changes took place at Stoughton High: Mr. Anthony Sarno, instructor in biology and advisor to the Student Council, was named administrative intern. Mr. Geoffrey Fanning, science instructor and football coach, was selected to fill a new position, Manager of the Attendance Center. Mrs. Mary Vogel, school nurse, for many years, retired. Mrs. Vogel was a Stoughton High graduate (Mary Flynn) and was mar- ried to the late Frank Vogel. head of the SHS math department. Mr. Albert J. Twomey, was named interim principal. Mr. Twomey was a star athlete at Stoughton High, who later served as a suc- cessful football coach. He was Director of Athletics at SHS, assistant principal at the junior high, and Dean of Students at the high school; at the beginning of the year he was named administrative assistant to the superintendent for school-community rela- tions, from which post he was moved to the principal ' s office. CAFETERIA: (Front) Mrs. Audlee, Mrs. Reggani, Mrs. Childs, Mrs. Austin. SNACK BAR: (Left to Right) Mrs. Lynch, Mrs. McArdle. (Rear) Mrs. Hadley, Mrs. Podgurski, Mrs. Hochmuth, Mrs Mullen. 30 1CH00L COMMITTEE: (Seated) Mrs Rosana M Molinari, Chairperson; Mrs Joanne G Blom- trom. (Standing) Mr. William J. Dineen, Secretary; Mr. John L. Donnelly, Jr., Mr Kenneth A. Hill DR. DANIEL E. HUGHES Deputy Superintendent of Schools DR. GUY TARDINICO Adm. Asst. to Superintendent To the Class of 1979 For many of you, the past twelve years have been memorable ones in the educational system of Stoughton Many of you will go on to college confident in the solid foundation you received in Stoughton Others will go directly into the job market to immediately pursue your careers In either case you should look to your present educational background as a " beginning and not an " ending " to the learning process Hardly a day will go by that you won t learn — by study, or by your own experiences, or by the experiences of others A few years ago, the morale of students in the educational system was at a low ebb Today, morale and " school spirit " are on a definite upswing Your class has played a major role in turning this around in Stoughton Your class spirit is exemplary, and one that you can be proud of This same spirit is bound to make you successful in life The Stoughton School Committee wishes you well in all your endeavors, and congratulates you on your many achievements in the Stoughton School System Warm regards. John L Donnelly, Jr Stoughton School Committee Dear Members of the Class of 1 979 May I extend my personal and professional congratulations on the happy occasion of your graduation from Stoughton High School It will be a pleasure for me to share in all of the activities related to your graduation These various celebrations culminate on that one June evening when you will officially graduate from Stoughton High School The significance of that evening will only be felt after the ceremonies have ended and you have had an opportunity to reflect on the years spent as a student in the Stoughton Public Schools I hope your recollections and memories will be filled with happiness As the months and years progress, I am sure your thoughts will return to those teachers and members of the school staff who not only instructed your mind, but also personally gave of themselves to assist you. The time you have spent in school has been shared with your parents who have dedicated and sacrificed many of their personal goals to provide you with the benefits of a fine education it would be most appropriate on the evening of your graduation to express a h eartfelt thank you " to your parents Together with them, we have worked for only one purpose and that is to serve your best interests academically and socially To all the members of the Class of 1979 I extend my personal thanks for the kindnesses you have extended to me as your Superintendent of Schools Be assured I will always be available to help you in any way possible in the years ahead I am very proud of each one of you Sincerely JGM dm John G Murray. Ed D. Superintendent of Schools 31 Robyn Bernstein President Some people have said we weren ' t a very close class. Maybe that ' s true. Maybe there were times when we didn ' t seem to be working together. It seems to me that we had a lot of fun in whatever we did. That ' s what I like to remember the class for. A bunch of kids who weren ' t afraid to try different things, and enjoyed themselves while trying. I would like to thank everyone who helped make this a year I will never forget. On behalf of the class of 1 979 I want to express deep appreci- ation to Mr. Cidado for his co-operation and advice, for his assistance and guidance. Thanks a lot to the past officers: Denise, Robyn R., Dianne, Mike, Nancy, Denise, and the present officers Eileen, Barbara, and Chris, and the executive board for all their hard work during the past four years. ROBYN BERNSTEIN CLASS OF 1 979 Eileen Gallagher Vice President Christine Buckley Treasurer Barbara McPherson Secretary Mr. Leonard Cidado Advisor To the Class of 1979: It has been a deep pleasure and privilege to have served as your class advisor for the past four years. I have found it most rewarding to have worked with your officers and with the other hard workers of the class. We tried many things. Maybe some didn ' t go as well as we would have liked, but the record shows that most were successful. That we did so well is due to these many fine workers. At the same time, we all had a lot of fun. Not only did I enjoy the " formal " advisor- class relationship, but I ' m also grateful for the personal relationship which has grown up between us. In the years to come, I will cherish the memories of these friendships. SINCERELY. LEONARD CIDADO 34 ECUTIVE BOARD Mr Leonard Odado, Robyn Burnstein. Chris Buckley. Eileen Gallagher, Barbara McPherson (Second) Jean Pecci Diane Jorgenson JoAnne Mahoney Paula Myers Margaret Lynch aryjo Slack, Sue Wyndham, JoAnna Tucker. Tammy Zizzo (Third) Joanne Musmon. Linda Goldberg. Karen Lotti Mike Minuitti John Schillinaer, Gail Klim John Donnelly Alice MacAvoy Jackie Barry snise DePalma. Paul McNamara. Rick Lennon. Dan Alfano (Fourth) Tricia King. Betty Flaherty. Manea Fugate. Pam DiMatteo. Bonnie Mark. Monica Klim. Priscilla Myers Kary Leclaire Linda Johnson arlene Garrick. Ralph Quattrucci. Laurie Ghelfi. Nancy Batle. Kathy Coughlm. Linda Shipps. Robyn Ricci. Laurie Ralston Ginny Brandt, Roseanne Zucco (Rear) Rick Romaine. Cindy Hemeon Lou Ouat- jcci Dave Carter, Denise Jackson. Jetl Moeller. Billy Harron. Joe Dawe. Jerry Hill. Tom Sacramona. Jay Donnelly 4 1 MJlL w 7 VSHS brings the news and weather at the Senior Variety Show John Jardin, Ralph Quattrucci and Lou Quattrucci ) photo: F. E. rlaioli They ' ve got spirit! (Dan Gaultier, Joe Dawe, Paula Belliveau, Jackie Barry, Nancy Batte, Laurie Ghelfi. Andy Denneno. Jay Donnelly, John Dor photo: Peter Michajtov 35 EDWARD J. ABRIL MARK ROBERT AGOSTINI ANTONIO AGUIAR MARIA L. AGUIAR DANIEL T ALFANO EDWARD J. ABRIL Ed . . . quiet, easygoing . . . peeves: cars that stall, back gym . . . wrestling, baseball . . . " Eekarolly " . . . remembers: Ed ' s place, Boston Concert, smiles, the drive-in. MARK R. AGOSTINI Aggo . . . tall, dark, handsome . . . peeve: a black Camaro . . . favorites: Neil Young, taking chances . . . plans: college . . . special thanks to Rose Marie Constantin . . . many memories with Simone J. Cas- tellarin. ANTONIO AGUIAR Tony . . . athletic, outgoing, hard worker . . . peeve: snobby girls . . . favorites: track, science, disco . . . memories: 1978 cross country, Senior Carwash, summer at the drive-in. . . plan: nutrition. MARIA L. AGUIAR Louie, Louisa . . . friendly, talkative . . . peeve: racial prejudice, snobs . . . favor- ites: " Whenever I Call You Friend, " pizza, Spanish class . . . memories: 10 15 77, times with Carlos, Miss Bouin ' s Fiesta . . . plans: to be happy. DANIEL T. ALFANO Dan . . . confident, ambitious . . . " Well, not really " . . . band, track, StuC, etc the Blue Max . . . " dictator " and The Com- plete Works of Carol Peterson . . . Class Trip . . . Lorn . . . the Corporation . . . always whistling ... to go from Hocko- mock to Ivy. BONNIE L. ANDREWS Bon . . . talkative . . . liars, I.S.S. . . . " I ' m outa here " . . . Zeppelin . . . The Who ... to be rich and happy . . . tree swing- ing with Tarn . . . memories of Dave Cata- lano and Dooley . . . " Don ' t cry, Don ' t raise your eyes, It ' s only teenage Waste- land " . . . 10 14 78 . . . John. 38 BONNIE ANDREWS LISAAUDLEE JISELAM AVILA LISAAUDLEE Lee . . . quiet, easily embarrassed . . . the union . . . found with Lori and Joan . . . peeve: " The Wicked Witch of the Nut- house " . . . laughter with friends . . . Disco Jeanne. . .7 23 78. JISELAM. AVILA Friendly, easy going, flirtatious . . . peeve: being told what to do . . . favorites: For- eigner, Bee Gees, Steno-I . . . memories of E-hr with Mark and Mark, " Mrs. Rich- mond throwing away the gum " ... to always be happy. DENISE ANN BARKER Niecy . . . crazy, talkative, sensitive . . . peeve: prejudice . . . favorites: Commo- dores, tennis, " No Bet Buddy " , " Spare me " . . . plans: to become successful in life . . . memories: being with Eddie, " Sat- urn, " 10 6 78, 10 28 78. CINDY-LEE BARRETT Cindy-Bear . . . peeve: being told what to do . . . favorites: going motorcycle riding . . . always with Dave . . . plans: to marry Dave. . . " I finally made it. " DEBRA JEAN BARRETT Debbie, Bug . . . peeve: unhappiness . . . Gold Dust Twins . . . John 6 17 77, goon, Friday nights, library, Bones, ketchup and Tubby, Nantasket, classes with Sandy . . . Bee Gees . . . to be happy. DONNA BARRETT Don . . . happy-go-lucky, talkative . . . peeve: dishonest people . . . favorites: Boston, stuffed cabbage, baseball, art, " coke " . . . " wa-wa-wa " . . . plans: to be a dog groomer. JAMES H. BARRETT Jim, J.B. . . . insane . . . peeve: penguins, boredom . . . memories: Jr. prom with a very special girl, soccer, apples, squid hunting, " The Diary " . . . favorites: Boz Scaggs, Beach Boys . .. . " Thanks John " . . . Wild and Crazy. DENISE ANN BARKER S S JEFFREY BARLEY DEBRA JEAN BARRETT DONNA BARRETT JAMES H BARRETT 39 JACQUELYN M. BARRY TODD C. BATCHELDER NANCY J. BATTE VIRGINIA BEARD DENISE M. BEAUDOIN JACQUELYN M. BARRY Jackie . . . excitable, moody . . . " Are you serious? " . . . cheering with Al . . . 8 13 76 . . .17 years with Denise . . . memo- ries: cruisin ' with Loretta, the jetty, Eagles ... a career in fashion ... to be happy and on time. TODD BATCHELDER Quiet, friendly, thoughtful . . . peeve: snobs . . . favorites: Fleetwood Mac. " unreal " . . . memories of track . . . to go to school. NANCY J. BATTE Noogie . . . summers, the beach, and Cape Cod . . . skiing, tennis . . . weekend inN.Y. . . . directing traffic at Billy J. 9 30 78 . . . trip to Arizona . . . good times with friends ... to travel. VIRGINIA ANN BEARD Ginny . . . gullible, sensitive, quiet . . . peeves: two-faced people . . . favorites: " Knights in White Satin, " Moody Blues, " You ' re Dreaming " . . . plans: to marry Gerard, stay friends with Faith . . .Richie ' s house, 5 20 78, Gerard 2 27 78, Brother Ed. DENISE M. BEAUDOIN Walter 10 21 77 . . . Novass . . . D-hr Commons ... Jr. Prom . . . X-mas dance ' 77 . . . " you are wonderful tonight " . . . peeve: fake people ... to marry Walter and be happy forever . . . " thanks, Mom and Dad. " KENNETH A. BEAUREGARD Kenny . . . favorites: swimming, camping, hiking . . . peeve: nothing to do on week- ends . . . memories: night with Jim, Steve, Kevin, Mike at Glen Echo with Noreen and friends . . . plans: Air Force, Forestry Col- lege. PAULA J. BELLIVEAU Paula B, PJB . . . gullible, moody . . . peeve: Linda ' s moods . . . " Wicked good: . . . directing traffic at B. Joel 9 30 78, " who who " . . . 10 22 78, talks with Dave B . . . paper stealing . . . s-team . . . t- papering . . . the Noog face . . . Pam ' s contacts . . . wild and crazy in Newport . . . Special thanks to Linda and Noogie. CAROLYN A. BENSON " Music is the healing force of the world. It ' s understood by every man, woman, boy and girl. That ' s why I love music. " KENNETH A. BEAUREGARD PAULA J. BELLIVEAU RICHARD A. BENJAMIN CAROLYN ANN BENSON ELLEN R. BERGMAN SUSAN G BERMAN ROBYN I BERNSTEIN ELLEN R. BERGMAN Gypsy . . . crazy, rowdy . . . " What ' s the E for? ' ' . . . " Precious and Few " ... 6 a.m. on Island . . . good times with Al 1 1 1 4 76 . . . campaigning with Poco . . . 8 31 78 . . . those illegal drives . . . fun in the boy ' s basement ... a blue volare . . . Big Bird and Chump . . . to survive. SUSAN G. BERMAN Sue . . . unpredictable, sarcastic, always laughing . . . " Whatcha Gonna Do? " . . . good times 7 27 78 . . . " It ' s been real with Colleen and Co. " Cruisin ' in the Carib- bean 4 14 79. . . The Twins, Suzie B. . . . to be happy. ROBYN I. BERNSTEIN Rib, Crazy Robyn ... Mr. Rogers, " Sure " . . . Yes 77, Tubes ' 78, 3 12 78 . . Row- boat . . . T-day . . . 5 25 77 . . . 9 30 77, " Pres!? " . . . " Imaginary Lover " . . . " I ' m outa here " . . . " Thanks Cid " . . . " School, what school, it ' s prison! " JOHNE. BERTRAM Jack . . . memories: track, cross country and American Studies . . . plans: college. ROBIN J. BINGAMON Rob, Bing . . . gullible, quiet, friendly . . . peeve: snobs, bushes at the movies . . . favorites: Boston, Frampton, Jackson Browne, Steve Martin . . . plans: to be sec- retary, travel . . . memories: Rob, Mary, Laura, Leanne, Jeanne, Paula . . . " coma- tose " parties at Vinnies . . . " thanks, Mom and Dad. " PAUL BINNS Binnsy . . . ELO, " I ' m Mandy, fly me " . . . Springsteen Concert Aug. 26, Civic Center. LORI JEAN BISHOP Shy, Scared . . . peeves: verbal fighting, yelling, noise . . . seen with Lisa and Joan . . . favorites: Boston, Steve Martin, " Life ' s Been Good, " writing letters . . . plans: to visit pen pals, marry and have children . . . " thank you, Mom and Dad. " MARK ERIC BISHOP Bish . . . unique, flirtatious . . . Alison . . . peeve: Waiting . . . Martha ' s Vineyard . . . Beatles . . . " Who ' s that girl? " . . . Five hours . . . Fan Club . . . to be happy. DOMENIC J. BITTO Dom, shakes . . . athletic, tired, hungry, confused . . . peeves: arguments, knees . . . hockey, ping pong, soccer, Styx . . . " I knew that " . . . college, be happy . . . flat tires, buttons, drive-in, Hampton Beach, pumpkins, ornaments. JOHN BERTRAM ROBIN J BINGMAN JOANNE G. BLOMSTROM SANDRA J. BOYD VIRGINIA ANNE BRANDT JO ANN G. BLOMSTROM Jan, J.B. . . . friendly, outgoing, athletic . . . beakers with Tammy . . . the Brooke people . . . Regional Board . . . the Bat- mobile . . . ice-cream cruises with Clara . . . pizza with Dracula . . . " Thanks, Mom and Dad " . . . to go to college. SANDRA JEAN BOYD Red, Sandy . . . quiet (at times) . . . peeve: snobs . . . favorites: Bee Gees, Aerosmith, pizza, football, business . . . " not much " . . . Blue Hills . . . " parties " ... car problems . . . 6 20 78 . . . Earth Science . . . classes with Debbie . . . Nose. . .dances. . . to enjoy life. VIRGINIA ANN BRANDT Nana . . . peeve: people who place them- selves above others . . . favorites: swim- ming, home-ec, Disneyworld, " Schgood, " " hello! " . . . plans: to be successful and happy . . . memories: " Pinchy-pinch " , Crescent Ridge, Charlie ' s laugh . . . spe- cial memories of times with Roseann and Charlie. CHARLES F. BREEN Chuck . . . quiet, indecisive, good natured . . . peeve: jokes about the Breenmobile . . . remembers wrestling and the rock pile . . . " The Barn " . . . " Costarica ' s " ... go skiing . . . cohorts in crime . . . to go to college. GARY A. BRODSKY Pud. . .curious, looking for new things to do . . . peeve: stuck up girls . . . favorites: Led Zeppelin, Mamakin, " Later " . . . plans: college bound, psychology . . . memories: exchange program to Penn., Ellie, party . . . sociology. PATTI BROWN ' Later " DONNA BRYSON SUSAN BRYSON CHRISTINE BUCKLEY Sensitive, lunch . . and 2 . . Noreen. DONNA BRYSON short . . . peeve: too short, a " to each his own " . . . Photo 1 . memories with Deb, Sue, and SUSAN BRYSON Sue . . . moody, crazy, happy, quiet . . . peeve: two-faced people, people who say one thing and do another . . . swimming, horseback riding . . . plans: to be a secre- tary . . . " when I first came to the school. " CHRISTINE BUCKLEY Buck . . . friendly, happy-go-lucky ... to go to college, to be happy . . . B. Joel, 9 30 78, " Who Who, " shoe horn, 11 26 77, American Studies, pistachios in a Toyota . . . straws with Patti, seven sardines in a Gremlin, good times with friends . . . it ' s been real. BRENDAR. BUDRICK Crazy, friendly, talkative . . . peeves: liars, fakes . . . favorites: Moody Blues, Knights in White Satin . . . memories: Christmas dance 76, ' 77, ..summer of ' 78, ' 76 . . . plans: college, special-ed. . . . thanks, mom and dad for all you ' ve done for me. KEITH J. BUGGS Bugzie . . . persuasive, moody, unique . . . peeve: prejudiced people . . . favor- ites: Earth, Wind and Fire, Parliament, " That ' s the way of the world, " basketball, girls, history " what ' s up buba? " . . . mem- ories: Deb 4 27 78, Mr. Ed. and basketball . . . plans: travel, college, and California. COLLEEN-ANN BURKE Col . . . friendly, witty . . . " Really " . . . " Whatcha gonna do, " " Always and For- ever " . . . 7 27 78, 4 16 77, Cruise to Carribean, April ' 79 . . . good times with Sue, Robyn, Kathy, Anne . . . Plans: col- lege, travel . . .to be happy. KATHLEEN ANN BURNIE Kath . . . friends, especially Cuz, 4 14 79, Babe Ruth with gang, Paul 10 29 78 . . . memories: weekend with Anne and Helen . . . peeves: Cleo, my temper . . . " Baby, don ' t get hooked on me. " SUSAN BUTTERWORTH Sue . rowdy, crazy, outgoing, gullible . . . peeves: snobs, conceited people, school . . . favorites: " Shut your face! " " Really, " " Wow! " . . . memories: two years with Mr. I., Woody ' s class . . .plans: to marry Charlie on July 7, 1 979. BRENDA BUDRICK BRUCE BUDRICK KEITH J. BUGGS COLLEEN-ANN BURKE KATHLEEN ANN BURNIE SUE BUTTERWORTH 43 MARJORIE CABRAL COLLEEN F. CADDELL NOREEN K. CALLAHAN WILLIAM J. CALLAHAN 1 ARNIECE L. CALLENDER MARJORIE CABRAL Margie . . . drill team, bus rides, lollipops . . . to forget the Nut House . . . " Just Like a Bridge Over Rocky Shores " . . . Muscle Bunny . . . Linus . . . " Turkey " . . . " Really! " . . . history talks with Carol . . . " lamnermal " . . . to be happy. COLLEEN F. CADDELL Charlie . . . gullible, easygoing, happy-go- lucky . . . peeves: snobs, jocks, liars . . . favorites: Rolling Stones, Zeppelin, " Really " . . . memories: Gibbons friends, the gang, work study, DECA, found with Mark . . . plans: to be successful in life and happily married. NOREEN CALLAHAN The Kid . . . muy loca en la cabeza . . . peeve: two-faced people . . . favorites: Diana Ross, My Life, Billy Joel, hun, Poo, love . . . memories: Glen Echo, y muchas fiestas, chorus . . . Spanish 3, Alfonso, Senorita Bouinie. WILLIAM J. CALLANAN Bill, Cal . . . friendly, crazy . . . four years with Walshy, hocky ... the Barn Concert weekend . . . plans: to travel. ARNIECE L. CALLENDER Niecy . . . friendly, talkative, crazy . . . peeve: two-faced people . . . favorites: Bohamma, Parliament, Funckadelics, track, English, " That ' s cold! " . . . memo- ries: senior skip days, Mr. Moscato ' s class, " Fernandes " . . . plans: travel the world, computer operator. PAULCARBONE Friendly, easy going, a little shy . . .peeve: deadlines . . . favorites: ELO, " Stairway to Heaven, " photography, " Don ' t worry about it " . . . memories: ' 78 cross country, indoor track, spring track, photography with Mr. Maioli, house with Mr. Finn . . . plans: construction, build own house. ERIC K. CARLSON Rick . . . friendly, active, appreciative . . . peeves: Monday mornings, algebra . . . favorites: Doobie Brothers, Earth, Wind and Fire, spaghetti, " Stairway to Heaven, " . . . plans: college, own a business, go to Hawaii . . . memories: summer of ' 78, bas- ketball. RICK CARLSON GLENN S.CARR SCOTT D CARRARA GLENN S.CARR ilenn . . . peeve: indecisive people . . . 3oston, Rolling Stones, Summers of 75 nd ' 76 . . . plans: to be millionaire. SCOTT D. CARRARA Scott . . . impatient, outgoing, pleasant . peeve: right knee . . . favorites: Chi- cago, " Looks Like We Made It, " pizza, aul, track, Coach Green, hallway hur- jling, " Hey Bootsie, " Lumberjacks Club . plans: to succeed. JAMES A.CARRIUOLO Diego, Jamie . . . humorous, smiley, intel- igent . . . Led Zeppelin, " Whole Lotta K ove " ... To travel and be rich ... Jr. Dlass Trip ... Jr. Prom with Sue . . . " La ;ena con mi clase de Espanol. " rack on . . Hour LISA J.CARROLL Blue eyes ... at home in Bos- living for the weekend . . . Happy . . " Where ' s Judi? " . . . " we (now, thanks Dad, Fitzy ' s . . . roses . . . ' I ' ll never forget that, " " Take care! " iarter . DAVID A. CARTER crazy, smiling, determined Favorites: Santana, " Nights in White Satin, " hockey . . . memories: Kramer ' s corner, 3 20 78, attic window, imagination horror . . . plans: business. STACEY MAUDE CARTER Cart-Cart . . . loud, crazy, friendly . . . peeve: SHS, prejudice . . . favorites: Teddy Pendegrass, Earth, Wind and Fire, " That ' s The Way of the World, " " Feel The Fire " . . . memories: track, " skippin ' school, " ' 76 Walkout, B-1st and B-2nd basements . . . plans: school for special education, get married. JO ANN B. CASASSA Jo . . . crazy . . . " hey guys " . . . found with Lisa Jeanne . . . Linus, Woody, Charles, Sarnie, Markie, Hal . . . 9 19 76, Dee and Mickey, Rainbow, Post 57, the guys. . . dedicated with love to Richard. FILENISS. CASTELO Fil . . . friendly, sensitive, skeptical . . . peeve: people who don ' t accept you for what you are . . . favorites: Fleetwood Mac, disco, fashion shows, the office, " later, much! " . . . memories: Connie and Lea, summer ' 76, O.A. game, Senior Prom ' 76. . . found with Al . . . " It ' s been real! " JAMES A CARRIUOLO LISA J CARROLL JOHN F. CHAPLES MICHAEL CATALANO J «i STEVEN J. CERUTI LAURA A. CHAMPNEY LYNNE D.CHERRY LAURA CHAMPNEY Shy . . . peeve: history . . . favorites: Bos- ton, " Let me take you home tonight, " pizza . . . plans: to get married. JOHN CHAPLES John . . . open minded, easy going . . . favorites: Bruce Springsteen, " Racing in the Street, " hockey, " I can ' t relate " . . . memories: print shop, Canada class . . . plan: to get out of school. LYNNE DEBORAH CHERRY Lynnie . . . quiet, shy, humorous . . . peeves: being short, rainy days . . . favor- ites: pizza, swimming, art, Drum Corps ' 75- ' 79 . . . plans: college of art, continue Drum Corps . . . memories: " DCI Champi- onships, Denver, Colorado. " CANDIS CHEVERIE Candy . . . quiet, shy, responsible . . . peeve: homework, snobby people . . . Bee Gees, Hockey and Psychology, " Take a Hike, " " Hopelessly Devoted to You, " Chi- nese Food . . . plans: to be an RN with a Bachelor ' s degree . . . Drum Corps, going to Florida in ' 75. MARYE. CLIMO Slime, Slimo . . . easy-going, friendly, crazy, talkative . . . peeve: ignorant peo- ple .. . favorites: Cat Stevens, James Tay- lor, Fire and Rain, salad, swimming, art, YoYo . . . memories: Harvest Fest with Terri, N.H. with Cindy . . . plans: art school, get rich . . . always remember and love Mom and Dad. ALAN D. CLINE " Education is what you have left over after you have forgotten everything you have learned. " (anonymous) 46 CANDY CHEVERIE MARY E. CLIMO ALAND. CLINE JOHN J. COCCHI FRANCIS XAVIERCOE Fran . . . friendly, easy to get along with . peeve: Monday mornings, running quarters . . . Boston, track, tech drawing . plans: college . . . cross country, ski club, junior prom, sub supper. JOSE A. COELHO Quiet, easy-going . . . peeve: jocks . . . favorites: Eagles, soccer, " Unreal " . . . memories: stuck in Norwood during the blizzard of 78, B-hr. Commons . . . plans: college. MICHAEL COFFIN Mike. . . peeve: people blocking the corri- dors . . . favorites: The Producers, Caro- yn and Joan . . . memories: Wits, Pub. _ib., photographs, and Contemporary Drama. THOMAS COLBURN Tom, Hobart . . . that far-away look . . . fishing, climbing, skiing . . . hiking trips . . . Maine . . . beach days . . . peeve, flashing lights . . . driving with Jeff . . .will remember cocoa, friends. MICHAEL P. COLE Mikey . . . friendly, quiet . . . ELP, " Free- bird " . . . 11 7 78 . . . good times with special people . . . peeves: Monday-Fri- day, speed limits . . . shoehorn . . . Maine . . . " Thanks John " . . . the bottle. RICHARD COLSON Peeve: school . . . favorites: Led Zeppelin, " Whole Lotta Love, " parties, found with the characters (sometimes) . . .memories: summer of ' 77, Mr. Sparks shop class. DIANE M. CONNOLLY DeDe . . . carefree, lazy, happy . . . " no lower " . . . peeves: feet, getting caught . . . numb cheeks . . . found with " the Murph " . . . special times with Dev . . . Van Horrison, Al Green . . . to be happy. MICHAEL COHEN THOMAS H COLBURN MICHAEL P. COLE RICHARD COLSON DIANE M CONNOLLY 47 THOMAS CONSTANTINE MICHEL A. CONSTANTINE CHRISTOPHER J. CONTI THOMAS CONSTANTIN Tom . . . forgetful, easygoing, quick tem- pered . . . peeve: people who drive on the wrong side of the road, back gym . . . baseball, wrestling . . . " Wrong " . . . remembers great times in summer of 77 with Mary Jo . . . Ed ' s Place . . . plans: college, baseball. MICHEL ANN CONSTANTINE Shelly . . . stubborn . . . favorites: Town Spa, " Ten Years After, " " I ' m only kidding! " " This place is the pits! " . . . peeves: walk- ing to work, rainy vacations . . .memories: Deb and Dolly at the gas station . . .plans: college for fashion design . . . " Good luck to all my friends. " CHRISTOPHER J. CONTI Chris . . . artistic, easygoing . . . little red bug . . . Student Council . . . D103 . . . talks with Roseann . . . 10 7 78, 10 8 78 . . . peeve: two-faced people . . . Billy Joel . . . " Thanks, Mom and Dad " ... to be happy and to be an industrial designer. ice skating, camping, Ohio Players, " Get Off, " Tavares, " How should I know? " . . . plans: to work with airlines and have a happy, full life. KATHLEEN MARIE COUGHLIN Kathy . . . happy, mesmerized, crazy . . . cruising on foot . . . Friday the 13th, ' 78 . . . clowns . . . The Entertainer . . . " well done " . . . " I ' ve got a dime " . . .lame. . . peeves: " Them, " getting caught . . . Bos- ton 11 6 78. . .to be a nurse. ANNE L. COULOMBE Friendly, talkative, aggressive, sensitive . . . favorites: Bob Seger, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Pink Floyd, " We ' ve Got Tonight, " " Really! " " How ya doin ' , " " Don ' t be naive " . . . plans: happiness, success, independence . . . memories: Seger concert ' 78, B-hour commons, senior year, good times with good friends. Pam PAMELA W. COOK favorites: chorus, Little Theatre, NANCY CRAIG Craiger . . . athletic peeve: getting up early softball, " What? " . . . . . . Being on TV. easygoing . . . . . pizza, hockey, plans: undecided KATHLEEN M. COUGHLIN DIANE CRISPI CAROL ANN CRONIN CAROLYN J CROWLEY CAROL ANN CRONIN Ca . . . moody, sentimental . . . peeve: two-faced people . . . chorus . . . swim team. . . Summer of ' 78 with Jan . . .7 5 78 Marg . . . " What ' s up Dawn? " " Wish you were here Carm " . . . Styx 12 78 . . . 151 , " Thank you for being a friend " . . to be happy. CAROLYN J. CROWLEY Lyn . . . friendly . . . peeves: cliques, gos- sip .. . favorites: Bee Gee, " Let ' s go for pizza, " foreign language, tennis at Long- wood . . . memories: summers in England, France and Georgia, majorette captain, Walpole High ' 77, Super Bowl Champs, football season, sleepover parties . . . plans: travel, college. JEANNE CURTIS Jeannie . . . quiet, crazy . . . thanks to great friends for fond memories . . . Cali- fornia, the union, fellowship with Paula and Brian. . . thanks to Mom and Dad . . . " we don ' t remember days, we remember moments " . . . college, to be happy. HELEN ANN CZYRAS Czynuk . . . weird, silly, gullible . . . " Oh My God, " Babe Ruth, Chatham . . Memo- rial wknd with Anne and Kath . . . Penn. with Naomi 3 18 78, 17 yrs. with Anne . . . peeve: Cleo ... " I Love the Night Life " . . . treasures times with Tony . . . " Thanks, Mom and Dad. " JOSEPH M. DALEY Joe . . . determined, tries to do better . . . peeve: two-faced people, Mondays . . . favorites: hamburgers, pizza, track, shop, gym, " Buzzard 1 " . . . memories: ' 76 cross country league meet, Stonehill . . . " Glad it ' s over with " . . . plan: to be happy. PAULA MARIE DALY Sensitive, " What " . . . peeve: sophisti- cated people with no class . . . favorites: " writing and singing my own songs, " Ital- ian food . . . memories: musicals, Gong show ' 77, Chorus, California, Florida . . . plans: to be successful composing songs and finding a friend . . . " Thanks, Mom and Dad for being true friends. " SANDRA DAVIS Sandy . . . friendly, important . . . peeve: school . . . remembers summers in Maine . . . plans: to live a good life, have money and travel. JOSEPH R. DAWE III Joe . . . crazy, athletic, friendly . . . favor- ites: football, pizza . . . plans: to become rich and successful . . . memories: " Bea- tlemania, " Vineyard ' 77, concert at Ames, 10 21 78 . . . special memories: " skootchin ' around, " Drive-In, sprints in the dark. JEANNE R CURTIS HELENA. CZYRAS MARYELLEN DEANE SUSAN ANN DECOSTA ANDREW P DENNENO MARYELLEN DEANE Deano, Mel, Poop . . . Bigbird . . . " Check it out! " . . . " Absent again? " . . . " Musta been a cricket! " ... " I taught I taw a Puddy Tat " . . . campaigning with Gypsy . . . chocolate chilis . . . sunrise with Frosted Flakes . . . Log ' 76 . . . midnight swims. SUSAN A. DECOSTA Usually interested, moody . . . " What? " . . . peeve: getting caught skipping . . . favorites: Queen, Jethro Tull . . . plans: to be a cosmetologist . . . " Good times with the gang. " ANDREW P. DENNENO Andy . . . " no problem " . . . summer con- cert, " The Barn, " football, skiing . . . peeves: make-up work and moody people . . . 10 28 77, " Stairway to Heaven " . . . to be happy. DENISE M. DEPALMA Nice . . . sensitive, talkative, determined . . . " Mama " . . . peeve: 8 13 76 . . . cheering with Patty and Terri, " I don ' t believe it " ... 17 years with Jackie . . . Boz Scaggs . . . Uncle Jim, numbcheeks . . . college. DEBORAH DESMOND Debby, Roid, Duck . . . peeve: Nesh . . . " Free Bird " . . . remembers all the girls, high school years with Paul, Kathy for ten years . . . bye Mr. Walsh and thanks . . . loving memories of Dad . . . much love and thanks to Mom. PAULA M. DEUTSCH Moody, friendly, sensitive . . . Bob Seger . . . Chinese food . . . " You ' re hurtin " . . . the beach . . . Billy 7 29 78 . . neighbor- hood. . . wishes to change 3 6 78 . . .to go to college. DONNA DIGLORIA Outspoken, loud, friendly ... to be a nurse . . . physics labs, N.Y. with Flash . . . Paw, the union, colorful tips 24 . . .Jr. class trip . . . 6 20 78 . . . Ports soap opera . . . meaningless relationships at lunch, applesauce. TARAS DIJAK Teedle . . . found at Lee ' s . . . easy goin ' , lazy . . . The Who, Neil Young . . . " Take it Easy " . . . peeves: hardguys, zits . . . Summer ' 75 . . . good time at Odum . . . Saturday Night Live — Sunday Mornin ' Blues ... 23 July 1978 ... to live in the country. PAMELA J. DIMATTEO Pam, Poopie . . . Mary Jo and Denise ' s friendship. . . peeves: egg burps, my con- tact, worrying . . . artichokes, hockey, Ed ' s place, " grape, " The Vineyard ' 77, Leadershop, junior year with Dar, water- melon fight . . . " Thank you Cid " . . .11 10 77. . .Bill. . . purplemoon . . .Treas- ures family and friends. DONNA R DIGLORIA TARAS DIJAK PAMELA J DIMATTEO DANIEL R. DOLLOFF JAMES F. DONNELLY DANIEL R. DOLLOFF Dandan . . . quiet . . . peeve: school . . . favorites: Styx, " Suite Madame Blue, " boating, concerts . . . memories: Fri. and Sat. nights at the drive-in, and after it. JAMES F. DONNELLY Jay . . . friendly, happy, athletic . . . found at Andy ' s store . . . peeves: an empty wal- let, car troubles . . . favorites: football, " skiing " . . . plans: to be rich and unem- ployed . . . memories: concert weekend, split up until 3, The Barn. JOHN LAWRENCE DONNELLY III John, J.D. . . . athletic, outgoing, wild and crazy . . . peeves: snobs, penguins . . . Beatles, ELO, hockey, football, squid . . . to go to college . . . hockey season, drive- in, cruisin with the men, " Teenager In Love, " Toast. . . Good Luck to all! TIMOTHY P. DOUCETTE Timmy . . . peeve: Mank at Octoberfest . . . favorites: Stones, baseball, Smelly . . . plans: to be a plumber . . . memories: baseball, party at Scotties ... the Gang: Dave, Pack, Mike, Dennis, Scott. MAUREEN DOWNEY Moe . . . peeve: getting up in the morning . . . favorites: " Freebird, " sorta kind, " meet me at Shaw ' s " . . . plans: to live life one day at a time . . . memories: sitting in Larry ' s car every morning, all the terrific parties. RENATEO. DREIST Nadie . . . sensitive, moody, quick-tem- pered . . . peeve: backstabbers . . . Styx, " Grand Illusion, " " Fooling Yourself " . . . 7:30 at the fence, good times with Jeannie and Lorry, camping . . . to be a model and live life to the fullest. CHERYL ANNE DUBAY Easygoing, but not outgoing . . . Fri. and Sat. nights cruisin ' with Jeff and Tony, get- ting lost in the common and a burnt bowl . . . " Hey mun! " . . . Atwell ' s hat and painted black finger nails . . . take one day at a time, hook Michael. JOHN L DONNELLY III TIMOTHY P DOUCETTE WILLIAM J. DUNFEY CAROLYN J. DURFEE SCOTT J. EASTMAN WILLIAM L. DUNFEY Bill . . . crazy, wild, enjoyable . . . peeves: telephone poles, teachers, lunches . . . favorites: Boston, smoking, " Take it easy, slowdown, " basketball, football . . . mem- ories: ' 76 walkout, cutting class, class trips, sub suppers, passes . . . always found with John, Chris, and Steve . . . plans: travel with John, happiness, wealth. BRENDAS. EBNER Crazy, sensitive, gullible . . . peeve: peo- ple that don ' t accept you for what you are . . . favorites: " Freebird, " Lynyrd Skynyrd, " Born to be Wild " . . . plans: social work . . . memories: Summer of ' 78, 11 8 78 KIM ELLISON Juanita . . . friendly, quiet, sensitive, seri- ous, determined . . . peeve: bananas . . . favorites: pizza, Commodores, " and what not, " fried clams . . . memories: San Fran- cisco ' 78, tennis ' 76, ' 77, Saturday in town, Chem I, " Wild Bill, " Voot Verbs ... to acquire my M.D. DORIS A. ELMS Dolly. . . crazy, happy, jealous . . .peeve: fighting with Mom . . . favorites: Fleet- wood Mac, " Freebird " . . . plans: " all my time with a certain someone, " go to school . . . memories: Kim ' s family, years with Tom, the Cape with Cathy, 10 8 78, fond memories of a certain someone . . . much love and thanks to Mom. STEVEN ENGLEY Steve . . . peeve: 6 11 77 ... to travel, get rich, get away . . . 3 25 77, the Gib- bons . . . glad to be out. BRENDAS. EBNER KIM ALICE ELLISON DORIS ANN ELMS STEVEN F. ENGLEY MARIA A ESCOBAR 9 » » JOHN M FAHEY JR PATRICIA M FALLON MARIA ANTONIA ESCOBAR Toni . . . friendly, quiet . . . peeve: igno- rant people . . . favorites: Bee Gees, " Feelings, " seafood, English . . . plans: get a job, get married to a nice guy . . . December 24, 1977, Summer of 78 . . . wish I didn ' t have to leave. JOHN M. FAHEY Janet 3 24 77 . . . Film Club . . . Friday nights AV Room . . . " The Producers " . . . Mr. Kellogg . . . Mike . . . peeves: bad knees and Algebra 1 . . . " That was a quick twelve years. " PATTY M. FALLON Phee-Phee . . . peeves: wandering eyes and back seat drivers ... a certain hitch- hiker . . . " don ' t panic! " . . . to go to col- lege in Vermont ... 4 for the price of 2 . . . P-town . . . Summer ' 77 . . . Naomi and Sheila — Charlies Angels. ELLEN ROSE FARRELL Outgoing . . . Sensitive . . . anxious . . . to accomplish different things . . . peeve: " people who do not take time to see what ' s going on " . . . favorites: E.L.O. " Out of the blue, " . . . basketball, photography . . . plans: to go to school. SHEILA M. FARRELL She . . . Midnight, " High hopes, " Ail- American Girl . . . peeves: looking twelve, wondering eyes . . . memories: laughing on the stairs, four for the price of two, P- Town, Charlie ' s Angels, Naomi, Patty . . . " I ' m starved " Summer ' 77 . . . " To be me and free. " CAROLYN F. FEENEY Crazy, talkative . . . favorites: " Well, what can you do? " " Only kidding " . . . memo- ries: Jr. Class Trip, Jr. Prom, 6 20 78, Blue Hills, car problems, parties, square cor- ners, the union, the falling tree, the Grand Tour, Sister C. Orvella. NAOMI L. FERNANDES Nay . . . moody, sensitive, sentimental . . . " I ' m only kidding ' . . . Patt . . . trying to kill the bird and almost succeeding . . . The Virgin Islands . . . peeves: conceited peo- ple .. . Lizzy, MooMoo, 10 7 78, savage amusement. . . laughing on the stairs. I I i CATHERINE A FARRELL ELLEN R FARRELL SHEILA M FARRELL CAROLYN F. FEENEY NAOMI L FERNANDES ROBERT J FERRINI 53 DANIEL J FICHERA LISA FISCHER JOHN D. FITZPATRICK ELIZABETH A FLAHERTY RICHARD C FORRESTER DANIEL J. FICHERA Fish . . . tall, crazy, bonafide . . . " S ' up " . . . peeves: hard guys, Rt. 138 . . . Ski- chada . . . Earth, Wind and Fire . . . B- ball, first slam, thanks Mr. Ed . . . stage band with Ron . . . 4 28 78 . . . 8 31 76 . . . too many kids ... to survive. LISA FISHER Fish . . . talkative, gullible, friendly . . . peeves: snobs, diets, boredom . . . favor- ites: Zeppelin, Skynyrd, " Freebird, " Pink F loyd, cheeseburgers . . . memories: Pinecrest, Jimmy ' s, 6 78, memories of Dave, happiness for Sue and Charlie, 10 14 78 76 walkout, waterfights . . . plans: to go to California. JOHN FITZPATRICK " Fitz " . . . quiet, bookish, high-strung, always running . . . peeves: hypocrites and bureaucrats . . . favorites: Italian food, Billy Joel, Boston, road-running, J. R. Tolkien, Nestle ' s crunch bars . . . plans: take life as it comes . . . memories: winter, fire drills, burnt poster. ELIZABETH A. FLAHERTY Betty . . . gullible . . . pizza, softball . . . to go to college . . . B. Joel 9 30 78 . . . the Great Con . . . conferences ... at the beach . . . Barb 12 17 77 ... the Elms . . . N.H. ... " A Lesson Well Learned " . . . drive-in . . . seven sardines to a Gremlin. RICHARD C. FORRESTER Richie . . . personable, joking, friendly . . . peeve: math . . . favorites: Boston, " More than a Feeling, " spaghetti, Chinese food, basketball . . . memories: the disco bands, concerts, dances . . . plans: work ... " I like all the people I work with in school. " MICHAEL J. FRANKLIN Benjy, bearded one . . . friendly, easy going . . . favorites: " I can relate to that, " " Want some tuna? " . . . Steely Dan, jazz, frozen pizza . . . memories: Jai Lai, Rte. 24, Thurs. nights in Boston and Westwood. DENISE M. FRASER Frase . . . athletic, friendly, curly . . . peeve: getting caught . . . B. Joel 9 30 78, T-Paper, 4 28 78, Tech Tourney, tryouts for S-team . . . " Who, Who " . . . good times with friends . . . to b e happy. SANDRA J. FREELAND Ma . . . quiet, short . . . peeve: waiting, 6 3 78 . . . memories: 7 4 77, Mrs. Reidy ... " I told you so, Dad " . . . grateful to Ma, Dad, and Ruth. MELISSA FRIEDMAN Missy, Missa . . . peeve: working . . . favorites: boating, " Freebird, " " no way " . . . plans: to take it as it comes . . . mem- ories: Summer of ' 78, party with the girls . . . trouper, lost down the Cape with Steve . . . swim team. 54 MICHAEL J FRANKLIN DENISE FRASER SANDRA J FREELAND MELISSA B FRIEDMAN MARIEAL. FUGATE MARIEAL. FUGATE Rie . . . quiet, easygoing . . . peeve: get- ting up early . . . favorites: BeeGees, Steve Miller, Billy Joel, pizza, lasagne , ski- ing, swimming, " that ' s good " . . . memo- ries: Blue Hills, the Bump, 6 20 76, many parties, trains with Jo, lost keys, the Union, great friends . . . plans: the business field. LORRAINE K. GABRIELLE Lori . . . peeve: prejudiced people, " Macho Man, " jockettes . . . favorites: Teddy, " Close the Door, " Earth, Wind and Fire, " I don ' t know " . . . plans: to be a computer technician, to be happy and rich. EILEEN M. GALLAGHER Leenie . . . talkative, outgoing . . . Quee- nie . . . Tubby . . . Pistachios in the Toy- ota . . . Friday night with Kev . . . Talks with Jude i . . 9 23 78 . . . B ' fords . . . Lau, nights we can ' t remember . . . some- one rude and tough . . . plans: college. GARY A. GARCIA Cube . . . peeve: ' 69 Catalina . . favor- ites: baseball, pingpong, Styx, Lite ' s . . . remembers: trips to Pennsylvania . . . Dennisport, Styx Concert . . . special memories to Gail, Dom, Ricky, Runt, and Mary. DARLENE M. GARRICK Dar . . . moody, sensitive . . . Sumner Gardens gang ... My Big " C " . . . " Loo- kin ' good " . . . Maryland with Tammy . . . going crazy with Alice and Tammy . . . talks with Linda ... Jr. year with Pam . . . wild and crazy in Newport . . . the Cape . . . swamp . . . college. DANIEL L. GAULTIER Goat . . . easy-going, quiet, moody . . . peeve: Monday mornings, Friday nights . . . Pink Floyd, lobster, spaghetti . . . seminar in Reading . . . football . . . fores- try .. . to live in Midwest . . . " uncalled- for disciplinary rules for innocent ones. " EILEEN M GALLAGHER GARY A GARCIA DARLENE M GARRICK RENEE MONICA GATES DANIEL L GAULTIER 55 PAUL E. GEDEN DOUGLAS R. GEIST LAURIE J. GHELFI MICHAEL GIBBONS JOAN GIBLIN FAITH GIBSON PAULE. GEDEN Melon . . . peeve: coming straight to school . . . Yes, Tull, " Moody Blues " . . . homeroom with Leenie and Laurie. DOUGLAS R. GEIST Doug . . . talkative, very easy-going . . . peeve: Roxies, Trig, Gremlin . . . favorites: Foreigner, Boston, Italian food, baseball, " LIFE begins at 2:09 " . . . plans: college, engineering, marriage . . . memories: weekends. LAURIE J. GHELFI Ghelf . . . crazy, funny, talkative . . . plans: college . . . T ' papering, 9 30 78 . . . Leenie, nights we can ' t remember " . . ..good times with friends . . . B ' Fords, Tubby. . . Friday nights with Kev. FAITHANNE GIBSON Gibby . . . rowdy, happy, sensitive . . . peeves: two-faced people, cheaters . . . favorites: " Freebird " Zeppelin, " We ' re out of here! " . . . memories: 76 walkout, best friends with Ginny, Summer ' 78, Dave C, Mark 11 10 77, Timmy 8 11 76 . . . good times with Michelle and Lauren . . .thanks to Mom and Dad and Richie. MICHAEL R. GIONET Mike . . . always partying . . . peeve: cig. smoking . . . Favorites: Steely Dan " Nut- bosh City Limits, " Chinese Food, football, algebra, " Where ' s the party? " . . . memo- ries: ' 76 walkout, Mrs. Kauffman ' s Biology class . . . plans: Northeastern University, be successful. THERESA M.GLENNON Stubborn, impatient . . . peeve: waiting . . . good times with Carol, especially before A-hour on Mondays and Fridays . . . 10 25 78 with Debbie F . . . love to Mom and Dad. DONNA LEE GLIDDEN Donna . . . quiet but talkative, impatient, happy . . . " really " . . . remembers Sum- mer of " 78 in NH, VT, NY . . . talks with Donna K . . . David 10 8 77 . . .treasures family and friends ... to travel and be happy forever. 56 MICHAEL R GIONET SUSANNE GIORDANO THERESA M GLENNON DONNA LEE GLIDDEN I f SCOTT D. GLIDDEN LINDA C GOLDBERG LINDA J GOLDEN SCOTT D. GLIDDEN Paint man stilts . . . quiet, easy-going . . . Steve Martin . . . sow . . . Frampton, the Eagles . . . " Stairway to Heaven " ... Jr. Class Trip . . . graphic arts ... Mr. Cul- len ' s gym class . . . peeve: geometry. LINDA C. GOLDBERG Sensitive, ambitious memories: Cali- " the Union " . . . . Gwen . . . wishes . " thanks, Mom and fornia, the beach delayed reactions . the gang happiness Dad. " LINDA GOLDEN Lin . . . friendly, talkative . . . peeve: peo- ple who think they ' re God ' s gift ... Jr. Prom with John . . . 1 28 78 . . . Party of ' 78 . . . Led Zeppelin ... all the great times with Mary . . . to be happy. CHRISTINE A. GOOD Chris . . . gullible, talkative, friendly, happy . . . " wicked good " . . . Styx . . . peeve: the Marines . . . Lancaster, Gibbons school, Old Silver Beach with Eric 10 5 78, Summers of ' 77 and ' 78 . . .to travel. MARILYN D. GOULSTON " If you love something, set it free. If it comes back to you, it is yours. If it doesn ' t, it never was. " (Anon.) STEPHEN E. GOULSTON Steve . . . happy, ambitious . . . peeve: chances up New Hampshire, being broke, walking in winter . . . favorites: Lynyrd Skynyrd, " Freebird, " Chinese food . . . glad to get out. VINCENT S. GOUVALARIS Vinny . . . athletic, out-going, " Wild and Crazy " . . . peeves: snobs, penguins . . . favorites: Beatles, Who, basketball, " Knights in White Satin, " squid, " Hey, Pai- san " . . . memories: drive-in, cruising with the men . . . good luck to all. EDWARD W. GRADY Ed . . . friendly, easygoing . . . basketball . . . peeve: G-hour . . . Thanksgiving ' 77, Friday 13th ' 78, junior party and beach party, Falmouth ' 78 . . . the vehicle, lawn job . . . " One Sunday Night, " " Who ' s next " . . . to go to college and be happy. KATHI GRAINEY Friendly, always smiling, talkative . . . peeve: I.S.S. . . . favorites: " Baby I Love Your Ways, " Rough Draft, ' 69 Chevy, Bert ' s, 5 19 76, Roxies, The Neighbor- hood . . . memories: Rockathon, concerts, clubbing, breakfast at Friendly ' s, ' 76 walk- out, parties at Ames, Jams at Fields . . . plans: marry Mike. STEPHEN E GOULSTON VINCENT S GOUVALARIS EDWARD W GRADY CYNTHIA A. GREEN PAUL J. GUAY PAUL D. GUDINAS CYNTHIA GREEN Cindy . . . friendly, cheerful, crazy, rowdy, sensitive . . . peeve: conceited people . . . favorites: Billy Joel, " Only the Good Die Young, " " Aw right! " . . . memories: Jr. Prom, Fields Park, Pops ' 77, Miss Bouin ' s Spanish III class . . . plan: to be a steward- ess. PAUL GUAY Paul . . . wild and crazy . . . peeve: Lite Beer and Miller . . . Tull, Zeppelin, food . . . Ted ' s truck, fishing . . . " The Death Trap " . . . " The Bench " . . . Muddy Pond . . . The Esplanade 4 77 . . . Bert ' s place. MELISSA J. HADLEY Lissa . . . shy, good sense of humor . . . peeve: cliques . . . drive-in in the rain . . . Chem II with Linus . . . found with Jeannie and Jo . . . to be a pediatrician. LORNA HALL Cookie . . . rowdy, friendly, funny, talented . . . peeves: phony people, SHS, two- faced people . . . favorites: French fries, spare ribs, swimming, basketball . . . " you take that! " " The funk is with you! " " What it be like and where it be at! " . . . plan: to be a stewardess. PETER J. HALL Pete . . . friendly, willing to help others, considerate . . . " do up that Ferguson " . . . pizza . . . swimming . . . marching, half-time shows . . . " Get It On " . . . stagehand. JULIE HALLET Smit 7 18 77 . . . Saturday night jams — " Train " . . . the neighborhood . . . good times with Bren and Doreen . . . " the Hank look " . . . found happily and forever with Smitty. JANICE LYNN HAMILTON Janice . . . always smiling . . . " Hello " . . . summer of ' 78 . . . Carol . . . Dawn . . . RC Cola . . . yearbook, Sales Man- ager . . . " Camelot " . . . chorus . . . to be an accountant. JULIE A HALLETT CLARENCE J HAMILTON JR. JANICE LYNN HAMILTON DONALD E. HAMMEL PAULB. HAMMOND JR. KEVIN G HANLEY PAULB. HAMMOND JR. Pablo . . . athletic, quiet . . . peeves: men- tal clones, being disappointed . . . favor- ites: Earth, Wind and Fire, football, " I ' m gonna be a bum, " . . . plans: to Un-Do it . . . memories: when Scott got me in trou- ble in 4th grade. KEVIN G. HANLEY Kev, Bean . . . stubborn, determined . . . football, wrestling . . . SS division I Sec- tionals . . . Junior Prom . . . " Glen Echo 78 " . . . 11 10 77 ... to go to college and be happy. ROBIE L. HANNA Rob, Bob .». . remembers " Charlie ' s Angels, " found on the track, memories of the " Big Wins, " state trials, drill, Winter Dance, 4 28 78, a red rose, Sir, deadlines, mumbles, French fries a la Lor, 12 24 78 . . . always in search of something, early childhood devel. special ed. gullible . . . peeve: school . . . favorites: " Really, " " In the light " . . . memories: the summer of ' 77, good times with Poke . . . plans: to be rich, travel, and take life as it comes . . . thanks, Mom! WILLIAM R. HARRON Bill, Cheryl CHERYL HANRAHAN . . quiet yet talkative, impatient, Bo . . . friendly, easy going, moody . . . " Oush me " . . . peeves: my knees, steering wheels . . . 11 10 77 . . . Pam . . . Vineyard, Wakefield Tourney, summer baseball, New York . . . Jefferson Star- ship, " Miracles " . . . to go to the Rockies. DEBRA SUZANNE HEELEY Deb . . . indecisive, laughing, always late . . . peeves: hypocrites, going to school with wet hair . . . bank, Ski Club, E-205, Sat. morning football games, making pumpkins with Bren . . . special friends and great memories . . . " Thanks. " DONNA HEIRTY Quiet, shy, friendly . . . peeve: snobs . . . remembers England, Drill Team, Cap, Dances and friends . . . to go to art school and be happy. DEBRA SUZANNE HEELEY KAREN R. HEGGIE ROBIE L HANNA CHERYL M. HANRAHAN DONNA HEIRTY 59 A. JERRY N HILL CYNTHIA LOUISE HEMEON JOSE M HENRIQUES RICHARD J HIGGINS EILEEN A HOLMES CYNTHIA LOUISE HEMEON Cindy, Cin . . . moody, crazy . . . peeve: people who don ' t care . . . plans: college, my own business . . . memories: exchanges to Penn. and Vt., Summer of 78 . . . Salem, band, plays, open house . . . football, Debbie ' s front steps. JOE M. HENRIQUES Joe . . . friendly, crazy, and wild . . . peeve: getting up . . . favorites: " Sharing the Night Together, " disco, " That ' s Cool! " , " Later " . . . memories: Summer of ' 76, treasures good times with Karen and Fil, game at B. C. High . . . " It ' s been real. " JERRY N. HILL Virtuous, literate, deliberate, zealous . . . favorites: Chic, " The Greatest, " soup, bas- ketball, Latin . . . " wise men see and hear like little children " . . . memories: public speaking, the togetherness of our class . . . plans: lawyer, business man. EILEEN HOLMES Poke . . . " What was I gonna say? " . . . parties at Dave ' s 6 11 76. Chez, Brenda, Boc and Ed ... to be a chef, thanks to Mac . . . Summer ' 78 . . . " Freebird, " " Stairway to Heaven " go " " I ' m glad to LAWRENCE HOMER Larry . . . quiet ... to be a fireman . . . ambition: to finish the house . . . Junior Class trip . . . golf, midnight hockey games . . . memories of someone special . . .6 23 78. . . peeve: short hair. LEANNE B. HOMER Sunshine. . . Sweetie Cups . . . the Union . . . getting lost in Blue Hills . . . times with Mary, Bing, Rog, Jeanne and Laura . . . keys in the car . . . second to arrive . . . parties at the Vinnie ' s . . drill team. . .to be happy. LEONARD C. HOMER Len . . . James Taylor . . . college . . . good times with friends . . . driving around with Brendan ... a certain night in Easton . . . " I hate it more than anyone. " ANNT. HOPKINS Stage . . . stars and beach . . . Karen . . . lollipops. . . " Hide the Cookie " . . .green . . . " Don ' t Let Life Get you Down! " 60 LAWRENCE A HOMER LEANNE B HOMER LEONARD C HOMER ROSS MICHAEL HOWARD PETER W HOWE MARYELLEN HUNNEWELL ROSS MICHAEL HOWARD " As we live, we are transmitters of life. And when we fail to transmit life, life fails to flow through us. " (D. H. Lawrence) MARYELLEN HUNNEWELL Mac . . . friendly . . . peeve: snobs . . . favorites: Aerosmith, " Precious and Few, " skiing. . . memories: the Jr. Prom, football games, the old gang, English class with Linda . . . will always cherish the memory of someone special . . . plans: live in Cali- fornia, be happy. DAVID J. IMBRIANI One wild and occasionally crazy guy . . . peeve: people who look for trouble and find it . . . Favorites: beer cans, weekends, " and just lookin ' for trouble " . . . memo- ries: second lunch riots, drive-ins, " Ooh? What ' s that smell? " . . . plans: to turn into a nice guy. MICHELLE B. INDECK Peeve: complainers . . . favors pizza . . . " there is no problem that cannot be solved " . . . to go to college . . . 7 78, the beach . . . attendance office with Debbie, Helen and Paula. BRIAN W. IVALDI Lazy, sensitive, understanding . . . peeve: Pleather . . . favorites: Geils, Miller, Feat, Martin. . . memories: Winter Dance, 6 10 78, beach, Chowie Mick, Piattie, Tea, D ' Angelo ' s, Cousins, Fellowship ... to travel. MARYK. IVALDI Mer . . . mischievous, but learning . . . peeve: Buddy or Kristy . . . s-team, T- papering, pumpkin stealing . . . " Do it up " . . . Tull, Miller, Geils . . . D ' Angelo ' s . . . 6 25 77 ... a special friend . . . " thanks guys " . . . plan: college, travel, peace of mind . . . " Thanks, Bri. " JAMES G. JACKMAN Jim . . . Easy going, friendly . waiting, waking up for school . and be happy. . peeve: to work DAVID J IMBRIANI MICHELLE BETH INDECK DAVID M. IRELAND BRIAN W IVALDI MARYK IVALDI JAMES JACKMAN 61 DAVID JACKSON DENISE JACKSON JOHN FRANCIS JARDIN THERESA REGINA JAY DENISE JACKSON Ner, Jacksor . . . crazy, silly, happy ... " I love it " . . . " Knights in White Satin " . . . art advertiser . . . tennis, cheering, Great Con Circles, drive-in, jetty, Ed ' s, juicy talks, watermelon fight . . . " Prove it all night " great times with Pam and Mary Jo . . . treasures family and friends. JOHN FRANCIS JARDIN Johnny J. . . happy-go-lucky, friendly . . . peeve: phoney people . . . " The Bottle " . . . " Santana " . . . 11 26 77, Maine . . . To be successful and happy ... to meet up with a special friend . . . thanks, Mike! THERESA REGINA JAY Terry, Buck, Ter, Rentarea, Chuck, Tex, Killer, T. Jay . . . friendly, happy, outgoing . . . memories: Dunkin ' Donuts and Friendly ' s . . . found with Susan at Tip Top . . . malicious mischief ... to make some- one happy someday. LINDA M. JOHNSON L.J., Der . . . sensitive . . . peeve: " my mood " . . . wild and crazy at Newport, 11 7 78, panda and a special friend . . . directing traffic at B. Joel 9 30 78 . . . " the noog face " . . . T-papering . . . S- team . . . first dance Denise . . . the hill at Sturbridge . . . Pam ' s contacts, long talks with Paula . . . college. JEFF JOHNSTON Forgetful, impatient . . . junior class trip, golfing . . . fishing trip . . . skiing . . . the green truck . . . Jethro Tull . . . peeve: Tom ' s driving. LUTHER D. JORDAN JR. Duke . . . reserved, rowdy . . . peeves: cigarette smoking, " new rules " . . . favor- ites: Bob Seger, " Night Moves, " filet mig- non, partying, the Cold War, " it ' s party time " . . . " to be best at whatever comes my way " . . . memories: walkout ' 76, Jones Field. DIANE L. JORGENSEN Quiet, sensitive, crazy at times . . . plans: medical technologist, to travel . . . memo- ries with the Union, 6 20 78, Boston . . . " thanks to my family. " J i ERIC STEPHEN KANE JOHN J KANE RAYMOND C KARAVETSOS ERIC STEPHEN KANE Friendly, crazy, stoned . . . Led Zeppelin, Blue Oyster Cult . . Godzilla. . " What ' s up? " . . . Summers ' 77 and 78 . . . Gib- bons School, Falmouth Heights, Lancaster Jr. Year . . . gray Chevy ... to travel abroad. RAYMOND C. KARAVETSOS Ray, Karat . . . quiet, easygoing . . . peeve: having no money . . . favorites: Boston, pizza, football, baseball . . . mem- ories of the touchdown against Foxboro . . . plans: to go to college and to be suc- cessful. ALAN KAUFMAN Al . . . excellent . . . strongly favors art . . . memories: " the day I got my license " . . . plans: to go to art school in Boston . . . " It was a memorable experience that I will never forget. " DENISE MARIE KEARNS Humbles, Duck . . . sensitive, friendly, slow . . . peeve: rainy days . . . Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, Spa pizza, skiing . . . " Thank you Mama " . . . 7 4 78, a friend — Gudionsson . . . memories of David . . . spring fling, 10th grade, the Cli- mo ' s Mooney, Deb, N. Hampton ... a future with John. DOREEN MARIE KELLEY Impatient, sensitive, creative . . . peeve: people being " late " . . . memories: " me and Albie 9 6 77, " good times with Brenda . . . plans: college, travel and marriage. JO ' ANN KELLEY Every person, no matter how great or small, is a human being with hopes, fears, emotions, and faults. RICHARD W. KELLY JR. Rick . crazy . humor Heaven humorous, talkative, friendly, peeve: people with no sense of . Led Zeppelin " Stairway to . . prom, ski trips, dances, the worm, drive-in, rest area, Cape runs, Welly Beach . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad . . . col- lege. THOMAS E. KELLY Tom . . . loud, rowdy . . . peeves: parking lights, Ford, disco . . . favorites: " Let ' s Roll, " the gang, " I ' m over my head " . . . memories: 8 26 78, busted at Bob ' s, Doris, a special person . . . plans: to be rich and happy . . . glad to get out . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. ALAN J KAUFMAN DENISE MARIE KEARNS DOREEN MARIE KELLEY JO ' ANN M. KELLEY RICHARD W. KELLY JR THOMAS E KELLY 63 ANNE MARIE KERR ANNE E. KILDAY PATRICIA E. KING KATHLEEN KIRKPATRICK ANNEMARIE KERR Anne. . .sociable. . . 1 2 years of friend- ship . . . memories of someone special . . great friends . . . 6 20 78, the union, and great tips from Paw 24 ... to always be happy. . . Keys at drive-in and wallet. ANNE ELIZABETH KILDAY Anne . . . sensitive, sarcastic, sentimental . . . memories of Yankee Stadium, " until I am " ... 17 years with Helen . . . peeve: C-hr., Jr. year and Cleo . . . " Always and Forever " , treasures B-day card from Carl- ton Fisk . . . talks with Kathy . . . " Thanks Mom, Dad and Family. " PATRICIA E. KING Trish . . . sensitive, impatient . . . Mar- tha ' s Vineyard ' 77 . . . che ering . . . The Elms . . . Pistachios in a Toyota . . . birth- day night with Jo and Gail . . . American Studies . . . 3 20 78 . . . Seven sardines to a Gremlin ... my pumpkin ... to be happy. KATHLEEN A. KIRKPATRICK Kathie . . . stubborn, paranoid . . . favor- ites: Beatles, Rocky Mountain Way . . . memories: Summer of ' 77, Wayne ' s stairs, the park " Rocco " . . . stranded, special times with Sandy, Mare, Bert . . . peeve: waiting . . . attend college . . . treasures, family, friends, and beano. CHRISTOPHER KLIM Memories of band . . . pulling an all- nighter with Billy and John . . . walking around at 2 a.m. . . . good times in St. Alban ' s, VT . . . will always remember Bill, John, Steve, Mike and Jo hn. GAIL M. KLIM Hyperactive, crazy . . . cheering . . . July 4th .. . summer ' 75 with Mary Jo . . . pis- tachios in a Toyota, 7 sardines to a Gremlin . Tubby . . . birthday night with Jo and Trish . . . drive-in . . . " Prove it all night " good times at Dennisport. . .2 28 76. . . circles . . . " Thanks. " MONICA MARIE KLIM Pumpkin . . . memories of drill team ' 77, " 78 . . . " Little Kid " . . . 9 29 78 ... St. Albans, VT . . . " What a Rush! " . . . 3-set matches . . . peeve: cliques . . .. " If We Only Have Love. " ROBERTA KLIM Bert . . . crazy, loud, carefree . . . Jayson 5 6 78 . . . Aerosmith . . . Lord of the Thighs . . . Bullard Ave. . . . Harwichport Summers. . . Bootsie . . . good times with Sand, Mar, Kath and Chris ... to get my street signs. 64 CHRISTOPHER J. KLIM GAIL M. KLIM KENNETH B KNIPPENBERG ANTON KOKER CRAIG PAUL KOSINSKI VALERIE J LAMPLOUGH KEN KNIPPENBERG Found with Shock . . . Outlaws, green grass and high tides . . . peeves: disco, stoplights, Kiss . . . favorites: Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Karn Evil 9, Siberian Knatru, " Yes, of course " . . . plans: to be an Elec- tronics Engineer. ANTON KOKER Tony . . . quiet . . . Lisa . . . Boston . . . driftwood . . . Pechonis . . . " absence of heat " . . . college ... " I think I am, there- fore, I am. I think. " CRAIG P. KOSINSKI Friendly, quiet . . . Neil Young, Yes con- certs . . . wrestling and wrestling camps, many a good time . . . Junior Olympics . . . peeve: stupid rules . . . to go to col- lege and to travel. VALERIE LAMPLOUGH Val, Weasel . . . Dave . . . " Thanks, Gorm " . . . smokin ' apples, Joe, Randolph mobil, " Freebird " . . . Bob Seger, " Still the Same " . . . 7 7 77 . . . partying with Barb, soph year at Friendly ' s . . . to be married and happy. LESLIE S. LEBRUN A message to all. Go forth and judge not. We know not our little minds: We are but human after all. KAROLYN M. LECLAIRE Kary . . . moody, sensitive, quiet . . . cheering, Friday the 13th . . daytime. . . the jetty . . . juicy talks with Denise . . . pass ' em around . . . stepsisters . . . spe- cial thanks to Tricia, Nancy, Woody ... to go to college. DAVID R LANE MICHAEL LANZA LESLIE S LEBRUN KAROLYN M LECLAIRE DONNA M LEE RICHARD CHRISTOPHER LENNON DENNIS LEOPARDI BRENDA LESSA DIANE S LESSA RICHARD CHARLES LETSON RICHARD CHRISTOPHER LENNON Rick . . . athletic, sarcastic, humorous . . . " Fern, " " That ' s Right " . . . peeve: weak ankles . . . hockey bus, Styx . . . Summer 78 with Joan . . . New Year ' s Eve ' 78 . . . ornaments . . . pumpkins with Joan and Sandy. . . to play pro ball . . .5 23 78. DENNIS J. LEOPARDI Dennis . . . peeve: ignorant people . . . favorites: Yes, Uncle Salty, pizza, hockey . . . remembers working in kitchen at the hospital . . . plans to move to Washington State. . . " I can ' t wait to leave. " DIANE LESSA Di . . . quiet, shy, silly . . . peeve: dishon- est people . . . favorites: Beach Boys, " If I can ' t have you, " baseball, art, " Cool It! " . . . plans: to be an artist or a vet. RICHARD A. LINDEN Rick . . . serious . . . peeve: getting up for school . . . favorite: shop . . . memories: Saturday nights, Wisconsin summer ' 78, fly swatter . . . plans: my own business " It ' s finally over! " KAREN F. LOTTI Beach and stars cleft . . . Novi . . . . lollipops . . . . . Uncle Ron . . . . Saturdays . . . G- . " Someday " . . . Ann publish . . . Med. Tech . simple and free . . . roses gone? " thanks " Where has it JEANNE LOUD Jeannie . . . lazy . . . plans: to be happy . . . memories: Tanglewood, gunshot, the rocks . . . hanging out at the steps with McCabe . . . going to Boston with Dotcy and without Paula . . . good times with Roxy and Jean. . . Thanks, Mom. JOSEPH P. LOUGHNANE JR. Joe . . . average, observant, demanding . . . peeve: people who don ' t know how to drive, unsociable people . . . favorites: steak, pizza, ice cream, Mercury, hard rocks . . . plans: business school . . . memories: trips. 66 RICHARD A LINDEN PATRICIA A. LUNNIN JOHN LYNCH MARGARET A. LYNCH PATRICIA A. LUNNIN Trish, Fish . . . ill-tempered, loud on occa- sions . . . peeve: ignorant people . . . " Foul for the City " . . .Zeppelin. . .11 4 76, motorcycle rides with Carl, school gang, Robin and Meg, the wastes ... to have a good life. JOHN A. LYNCH John . . . funny, radical . . . peeve: regis-, try cops . . . favorites: Sabbath, Stairway . . . plans: to be a cop . . . memories: Gary M ' s scar, security police at Junior Prom . . . F-hour commons. MARGARET-ANN LYNCH Maggie, Book-it . . . Blue Hill hike . . . love and hate . . . 4 28 78 . . . girl ' s track, Bil- lerica, Charlie ' s Angels, high jump, league meets, memories of the " big wins " . . .10 23 78 . . . 9 29 78, " I am nermal " . . . weekends . . . blue ... on and near the water, Oceanography. JO ANN LYONS Jo . . small, friendly, usually laughing . . . " I ' m hungry " . . . good times with Tri- cia, Gail and Alice, hockey games, Jr. Prom, sophomore year, tubby, birthday night, 5 years with Sandy . . . Jimmy . . . pink squirrels . . . the special cheers for Tricia . . . to be happy and college. WILLIAM E. LYONS Bill . . . friendly, flirtatious . . . peeve: Busch at Nugent . . . making the rounds with the gang, tennis . . . " skiing " . . . Aerosmith . . . summer concert . . . the barn ... the Cape . . . meet you at the rock . . . college. RONALD J. MACDONALD JR. Ron . . . cool, calm and collected . . . favorites: football, wrestling, Boston . . . college-bound. PAULM. MACINTYRE Shakespeare . . . creative, classy . . . peeve: first run buses . . . favorites: Carl Yastrzemski, Tolkien, pea soup, Yakety Sax . . . memories: Red Sox games, Gong Show ' 76, Saturday half-time shows ... 4 yrs. with Miss Ferullo, the group in home- room . . . " It ' s over already? " PAUL S. MACKAY Peeve: people who don ' t know how to drive, slow walkers in the hall . . . Bob Seger, Aerosmith . . . skiing, canoeing . . . future plans: to go to college or work. JO ANN LYONS WILLIAM E LYONS RONALD J. MACDONALD JR. PAUL M. MACINTYRE DONALD S. MACK PAUL S. MACKAY 67 JEAN MARIE MACPHAIL JOANNE F. MAHONEY MARCIA L. MALAMUT RICHARD J. MANKAVECH KATHLEEN MANNING SANDRA J. MANNING JEAN MACPHAIL Jeanie, Rocks . . . outgoing, talkative, comedian ... to marry, be happy . . . memories: Ken, good times warehouse, " Sorry " . . . " Precious and Few " . . .par- ties with Karen . . . Bye. JOANNE F. MAHONEY Jo, Tee-Tee . . . crazy, talkative, loud . . . favorites: " Oh, yeah, " . . . " Oh, neat " . . . plans: to be happy . . . memories: Blue Hills, the bump, Boston, many parties, trains, balloons, keys, the union . . . many thanks to Mom and Dad. MARCIA L. MALAMUT Irritable, loud, weird . . . the entertainers crusin ' on foot . . . " I ' ve got a dime " . . ringin ' ' em in to N.B. . . . well done . . Jai-Alai ... " I don ' t even know " . . . peeve: " them, " pigs, Rich . . . memories summer of 78, will be back soon . . . to be happy. RICHARD J. MANKAVECH Rich, Mank, Vech . . . crazy . . . peeve: Dickie, Oktoberfest ' 78 . . . football, track, skiing, Boston, Foghat . . . plan: to become a doctor. KATHLEEN MANNING Kathy . . . talkative, crazy, happy . . . peeve: two-faced people . . . favorites: Neil Young, Sugar Mountain . . . memo- ries: 1 8 77, found with Chucky, Debby, and Momzy 12 25 77, going out with the girls . . . plans: medical assistant, to find happiness with a certain someone. SANDRA MANNING Sandy . . . always laughing, friendly . . . favorites: The Doors, " Rocco, " Immigrant song . . . memories : the park, Harwich- port, summers . . . good times with Bert, JoAnn, Kathie, Chris, Sharon, Sandi, and Barbara. JEFFREY T. MARDEN Jeff . . . crazy . . . " The Stage " . . . " Comings and Goings " . . . the feet behind the curtain . . . crackers in English . . . making pumpkins with Deb, Bren, and Di . . . Dorothy Quincy ' s W.C. . . . demol- ishing A408 ' s wall . . . senior pics with Lynne. BONNIE G.MARK Bon . . . to be a Vet . . . the Prince, phys- ics, Mr. B., N.Y. with Flash, Shop ... 12 years of friendship . . . Rainbow, bright tips from Paw-24 ... St. Mike ' s, the union . . . square corners, a crush, a prayer, many thanks. TERESA E. MARTELL Terri . . . lazy, loud, mesmerized . . . cruising on foot . . .clowns. . .Friday the 13th, 1978. . . The Entertainers . . . " well done " . . . lame . . . " Ringin ' ' em in " . . . " I ' ve got a dime " . . . peeves: " Them " Paranoia . . . Boston ... to live an easy life. ELIZABETH J. MARTIN Liz . . . crazy, happy . . . peeve: friends who aren ' t . . . favorites: Rod Stewart, Bee Gees, Italian foods, " Smile: It makes every- one wonder what you ' ve been up to " . . . memories: Beach Boys ' 76, Boston ' 78, working at Roxies . . . to be a stewardess. 68 JEFFREY T. MARDEN BONNIE G. MARK TERESA E. MARTELL ELIZABETH J. MARTIN KAREN MARTIN SHERRY L MARTIN KAREN MARTIN Crazy, moody . . . peeve: two-faced peo- ple .. . favorites: Bee Gees, " Strawberry Fields Forever " . . . memories: Mountain Road 78, Liz, Debbie, Lisa, Nancy, Cathy, Cindy, and Billy. SHERRY L. MARTIN Shu . . . friendly, shy, aggressive . . . memories of Kenny Fine ( " miss ya " ) . . . animals . . . love and thanks to Ma and Dad, Shirl and everyone. STEPHEN C. MAY Beauregard . . . " sex, drugs and rock and roll " . . . usually found with Mike . . . Bob Seger . . . " Freebird " . . . peeves: ciga- rette smoke, running out of gas . . . likes parties and concerts . . . to be a pilot, be successful. ROBERT MAYO Take me to the station And put me on a train, I ' ve got no expectations To pass through here again. (Mike Jagger-Keith Richards) WILLIAM J. McAULEY Billy . . . lazy, on the go . . . peeves: get- ting up early, working . . . favorites: " Stair- way to Heaven, " big beef and a fribble, " thanks a lot " . . . memories: Boston 78, Cape Cod Summer of 78 . . plan: to go to law school. . . finally out of here. ALICE McAVOY Al, Mac . . . Sumner Garden gang . . . July 4th .. . " Lookin Good " . . . Step Sis- ter .. . the stars ... 17 years with Barb . . . cheering with Jack . . . 3 17 78 . . . passenger in " Big C " . . . thanks to my friends for being my family. DANIEL C. McCABE So on and on I go, seconds tick the time out. There ' s so much left to know, and I ' m on the road to find out. STEVEN MASIELLO STEPHEN C MAY MARIE J. McCANN MARY ELIZABETH McCARRON DONNA MARIE McCARTER patricia a McCarthy MARY ELIZABETH McCARRON Beth . . . happy, hopeful . . . peeve: crowded halls . . . favorites: Yes, Bread, science, Tolkien ' s trilogy, " I can ' t wait to get these things off my teeth! " . . .memo- ries: hikes at Blue Hills, 10 28 78, 10 31 78, working at Roxies . . . plans: go to college, study earth science, and enjoy life. DONNA MARIE McCARTER Moody, shy, stubborn . . . " I don ' t know " . . . peeve: arguing with certain people . . . Bob Seger, gymnastics . . . memories of the Cape, freshman year . . . getting caught with ice cream . . . Kenny 12 6 75. . . to go to college. patricia a. McCarthy Patti . . . sensitive, crazy, impatient . . . field hockey . . . MD . . . Cape . . . B ' fords . . . Sumner Gardens Gang . . . peeve: being sick 4 13 76 . . .Monti. . . The Great Con . . . Straws with Buck . . . car problems . . . summers ... a lesson well learned . . . " Gee, Barb " . . . Col- lege. john Mcdonough Mac, Quiet, unpredictable, closet partier . . . peeve: telephone poles, Boston, double vision, tennis, gym . . . plane: Texas, to be happy, to travel with Bill . . . the walkout . . . homeroom, Blue Hills trips, freshman year, glad to be out. PAULA J. McGARVEY P.J., McGary, Maria Mundo . . . " wild and crazy, " . . . green . . . figs, Spam and the Union . . . The Allagash . . . plans: to be happy. lynne r McDonnell john r Mcdonough JOHN T. McFADDEN PAULA J McGARVEY HENRY MARK McGIBBON DONALD J McHUGH JR ANDREW J MclNNIS HENRY MARK McGIBBON Friendly, crazy, outgoing . . . peeve: nags . . . favorites: sailing, weight lifting . . . memories: morning, rowdiness . . . " School is okay " . . . plans: to go to col- lege. DONALD J. McHUGH JR. DJ . . . friendly, outgoing, " wild and crazy guy " . . . peeve: ignorant people . . . " Knights in White Satin, " " Hey, I ' m easy " . . . memories: wrestling with Woody, summers in Maine, Humanities with Jim and Judy, Penn trip . . . 10th grade English with Goodie . . " Thanks, Bill! " Ken . certs bird- Styx later. ' Mike KENNETH R. McKEE Osiris . . . Walkout 76 . . . con- . friends in Easton . . . " Free- . Doctor, Doctor . . . UFO . . . . music, college . . . " much MICHAEL F. McKINNON . impatient, quick-tempered . . . peeve: waking up . . . " Freebird " . . . The Who . . . The Vehicle . . . Lawn Job . . . One Sunday Night . . . " The Teas- er " . . . Hampton 78 . . . to go to college, to be wealthy. PAULF. McNAMARA Mac . . . always laughing, crazy, carefree . . . " Knights in White Satin, " hockey, Algebra II . . . " s ' up " . . .Chem I labs, Junior Class trip, hockey bus . . . Dave . . . College of Engineering, happiness, meeting the right person. BARBARA J. McPHERSON Argumentative ... a lesson well-learned . . . Maryland, N.H.,. . . " Gee Patti " . . . Summer Garden gang . . . 125-BWA . . . 12 16 77 with Betty . . . Great Con . . . basketball . . . Cid . . . seventeen years with Alice . . . college. JOEMcSWEENEY Joe. . . found at Al ' s or working . . the characters, Summer 77 . . . " Stairway to Heaven " . . . parties at the bridge . . . " The Gray Ghost " . . . to be happy. KEN R McKEE MICHAEL McKINNON PAUL McNAMARA BARBARA J McPHERSON JOSEPH McSWEENEY 71 DIANE LEE MEDEIROS DONNA LYNN MEDEIROS MARCMEKLER DIANE L. MEDEIROS Di . . . crazy, sensitive . . . j. geils . . . nothin ' but a house party . . . summer of ' 78 . . . Forge . . . parties with friends . . . " Later, Deb " . . .11 10 77. . . to be with John forever . . . get married and be happy. DONNA L. MEDEIROS Rowdy, crazy . . . Aerosmith, 11 27 78, " Dream On, " Mark, 4 29 78 . . . plans: college . . . parties at Glen Echo . . . friends are forever . . . walkout ' 76. MARC MEKLER MEK . . . impulsive . . . favorites: Boston, Doobie Brothers cars, pizza, football, accounting . . . plans: college, to work for a radio station . . . memories: SHS radio staff, working the lights for various produc- tions, the Blizzard of ' 78. JOSE A. MENDONCA CLAttf OF ' -7? 72 JAMES E MILLER JR MURRAY J. MILLER MICHAEL P MINIUTTI KIMM MIRET JAMES E. MILLER Jim . . . lazy . . . peeve: waiting for the cop . . . Zeppelin, The Who, Tull, " Free- bird " . . . Hampton 78 the vehicle . . . lawn job . . . " One Sunday Night " . . . wrestling. . . to be a millionaire. MURRAY J. MILLER Peeve: 8 a.m. bell . . . favorites: " pass me a cold one, " Black Sabbath . . . memory: Honor Roll, sophomore year . . . " catch ya. " MICHAEL P. MINIUTTI Mike . . . friendly, unpredictable, odd . . . " Excuse me " . . . track, victory rides, Stuart ' s brownies, Beer Hill ... the big drop . . . Turnpike with the guys, 8 13 78 . . . Jeff, John, and all the girls . . . Col- lege and to live a hell of a long time. KIM MIRET Bim, Kimba, Kimbell . . . crazy, outgoing, rowdy . . . peeve: morons . . . " still crazy after all these years " . . . Italian, much later, I need a drink, Gary ' s mouth, Florida with Mike, class trip . . . to be a nurse, to be happy. JEFFREY C. MOELLER Jeff . . . friendly, easygoing " Whata Mean " . . . good times with good friends . . . memories: Cape with Rick, concerts with Mike, John, and the girls . . . Friday the 13th, 1978 ... ski trips . . . " Thanks, Mom and Dad. " ROBERT B. MONDOR JR. Friendly, easygoing, hyper . . . peeve: get- ting up in the morning . . . favorites: " What a character, " baseball, the Cape, bowling, " Ma, give me some money " . . . memo- ries: always taking phone messages, two broken collar bones . . . plans to be an architect. KATHLEEN A. MOONEY Moon, Kathy . . . independent, friendly . . . peeve: 6-day absences, cooking for others . . . " It ' s a dive " . . . plans: to be a nurse . . . summer of ' 78, 2 2 78, 6 2 78 ... a cure for diabetes. SHARON A. MOORE Friendly, easy to get along with, sensitive . . . peeve: waiting . . . favorites: Italian food, art, " Freebird " . . . memories: 1 1 76, past years, summer of ' 78, Nantasket, Melissa, Barbara, Sandy . . . plans: to be successful and happy . . . thanks to my family. JEFFREY C MOELLER ROBERT B MONDOR JR DAVID A MULLEN GARY P. MULLIGAN BARBARA J. MURPHY DEIRDREM. MURPHY GARY P. MULLIGAN Peeve: Monday thru Friday, 8:00 A.M. to 2:09 . . . favorites: Lynyrd Skynyrd, " Loco- motive Breath, " wrestling . . . plans: prep school, attend college . . . memories: Rt. 25 rest area, Cape Cod, " ski " on early Thursday. BARBARA J. MURPHY Friendly, talkative . . . peeve: waiting . . . memories: Luna, Kiss of Light, 42, Sub, South School, Camping in the rain . . . the gang, memories of Sharon, Sandy, Mel- issa, Kim and Claire ... to be happy with Paul. PATRICK M. MURPHY Packy . . . peeve: waking up on Monday mornings . . . favorites: Moody Blues, Stones, Molson ' s . . . memories: going out for breakfast . . . plans: college, electron- ics. JOANNE B. MUSMON " To dream of the person you would like to be Is to waste the person you are. " (Anony- mous) BRENDAN P. MYERS " If a man does not keep pace with his com- panions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured, or far away. " (Henry David Thoreau) PAULA M. MYERS Paula . . . friendly, moody, talkative . . . treasures license . . . peeve: snobs ... " I don ' t understand " . . . getting lost in Fields Park . . .Jr. Prom . . . winter dance . . . treasures family . . . to be happy. PRISCILLA A. MYERS Pris . . . gullible, sensitive, emotional . . . peeve: phone people ... " I like you just the way you are " . . . getting lost in Fields Park . . . " Can ' t find the time " . . . Proms 78 . . . treasure family, 4 22 77 . . . Paul and Rick . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. BRENDAN P. MYERS PAULA M.MYERS PRISCILLA A. MYERS JOHN E. NICHOLSON BRIAN NICKERSON RADFORD NICKERSON BRIAN NICKERSON Independent, friendly . . . peeve: running out of beer . . . favorites: Italian food, " Born to be wild " . . . memories: partying in van, 1 27 78 to 8 6 78, third lunch with Slimo . . . plans: to be independently wealthy . . . thanks, family. DEBORAH NONNEMACHER Debbie . . . happy, moody, crazy . . . favorites: orange and yellow . . . peeve: two-faced people . . . love to be with little kids and help them out. VALERIE G. NOREN Val . . . talkative, friendly, outgoing . . . peeve: Monday morning . . . triangle . . . Found with Marilyn and Terry . . . Donna 4 12 78 ... To be an accountant and be happy. CATHERINE A. NOWE Turkey . . . rowdy, open-minded . . . peeve: prejudiced people, snobs, crowded hallways . . . favorites: Heat Wave, Com- modores, Boston, " Got to have Loving, " " Instant Replay " . . . remembers Walk-out of ' 76 . . . plans to work with children . . . thanks to Mom and Dad. DIANE J. OLIVA Di . . . moody, crazy, talkative . . . peeve: snobs . . . " I ' m so embarrassed! " . . . " What can I say? " . . . Pina Coladas . . . shell. . . to go to college, to travel. LISA M.OLSON Crazy, happy . . . peeve: having to get up in the morning . . . favorites: " How Deep is Your Love, " " I ' m serious, " Italian food . . . memories: Beach Boys ' 76, Boston ' 78, good times with Liz, Debbie, Billy, Karon, Cindy, Nancy . . . plans: college, kinder- garten teacher. WAYNE NICKERSON DEBORAH L. NONNEMACHER DIANE OLIVA LISA M. OLSON 75 EUGENE E O ' NEIL THERESA G. OTT PETER J.OUELLET 11. mBk?- MARY SUSAN OVERSTREET JERALDR PALAZZO GENE O ' NEIL Gene . . . favorites: " Stairway to Heaven, ' ' Zeppelin, ELP, Bad Co. and Yes. TERRY OTT Terry. . . gym, drama, films, international club, senate . . . Janis Joplin, snow jun- gle . . . family, friends. PETER OUELLET Primitive . . . dreamer, moody . . . peeves: waiting for buyers, finding a park- ing space . . . favorites: Rolling Stones, " Midnight Rambler, " metal shop . . . remembers lunch at the Town Spa . . . plans to be a mechanic. MARY OVERSTREET Mare . . . moody, independent, deter- mined . . . peeve: waiting . . . favorites: Heart, " Dreamboat Annie " . . .memories: good times with Sandy and Joan, the park . . . glad to leave. JERALD R. PALAZZO Jerry . . . loyal, ambitious . . . peeve: backstabbers . . . Steely Dan, Spring Vacation ' 77 . . . Daytona Beach ... a career in radio broadcasting. WILLIAM PALMER Billy . . . peeve: waking up . . Jethro Tull, Led Zeppelin . . own a business and get rich. favorites: plans to SUSAN ELLEN PASSANISI Sue . . . friendly, gullible . . . green days with Laurie and Linda . . . out with the guys, 10 14 78, thank God for bathrooms and back doors . . . Boz Scaggs, Half, 2 21 77 . . . peeve: THEM, Zack ' s ... to be happy and travel. ROBERT M. PAVADORE Bob . . . talkative, stubborn, independent . . . peeve: having no money . . . favor- ites: Chicago, football . . . plan: major in law . . . memories: Roxie ' s Christmas Party, DennisDort ' 78, three-day week- ends. 76 WILLIAM PALMER SUSAN ELLEN PASSANISI fOOTBACL M ROBERT M PAVADORE ,2k AV JEANINE PECCI MONICA MARIE PENA JEANINE PECCI Jez . . . wild and crazy . . B. Jel 9 30 78, Summer 10 30 78 . . . summer ' 78 with Robin D., thanks . . . The Union 6 20 78 . . . Peppermint Ride 23 78 . . . memories of MaryAnne ... to special people, " thanks for the times. " MONICA MARIA PENA No. 1 sow, the Cuban, Raula . . . happy- go-lucky gal . . . peeve: those who are ignorant of others ' feelings, sows . . . found with John . . . 6 27 78 . . . 4:45 . . . rocks at D.W.. . . never again Shea . . . Steve Martin . . . to be happy. ARTHUR PENNY Artie . . . peeve: waiting, being broke . . . favorites: Led Zeppelin, hockey, wood shop, " What ' s up? " . . . plans: to live a happy life, own a wood-working company . . . memories: Big Parties, good times camping at the Cape . . " glad to get out! " DONNA COLLEEN PERKINS Dee, peewee . . . small, shy, sensitive . . . peeve: friends who aren ' t, tall people . . . favorites: Rolling Stones, Summer of 77atD.P.W.. . . memories: 9 15 77, 12 31 77, ' 77 and 78 with the gang . . . two years with and Dad Mr. Homer Thanks, Mom FRANK L. PERRY Frightful Frank, Clondike . . . quiet, easily excited,. . . peeves: being undernour- ished, Ed ' s suspension, people wrecking the woods . . . favorites: Bob Dylan, Mom ' s food, motorcycling in the woods, " Easy! " . . . plans: to make the family proud, to build something weird. JOHN D. PERRY Unpredictable, easygoing . . . peeves: ignorant people, running out of beer, work on Sat. mornings . . . favorites: Lou Reed, Yes, Italian foods, hockey, fishing . . . plans: find a good career, memories: 76 Walkout, the Cape with Carl, John and Steve, weekend in Plymouth, Seaconk Speedway. LAWRENCE PETER Larry . . . quiet, lazy . . . peeve: Sunday practices . . . favorites: ELO, basketball . . . memories: game against Franklin, arguing with Dave . . . to go to college. RAYMOND POMERLEAU Ray, friendly . . . peeve: school . favorites: Meatloaf, " Bat out Hell " . . . " Thank God it ' s over. " of DONNA COL LEEN PERKINS FRANK L PERRY LAWRENCE PETER RAYMOND J. POMERLEAU DAVID V POSHKUS 77 DAVID N. PRAY LOUIS J. QUATTRUCCI JR. RALPH E. QUATTRUCCI KAREN A. RAGUSIN DAVID N. PRAY Dave . . . musical, friendly, creative . . . peeve: Miller in the can . . .swimming. . . Led Zeppelin . . . Fil in history . . . " What are you, nuts? " . . . Walkout 76. LOUIS J. QUATTRUCCI JR. Quazz . . . friendly, crazy outgoing . . . peeve: hospital johnnies . . . plans: col- lege . . . memories: Summer of ' 77 at Mar- tha ' s Vineyard, Beatlemania, ELO, Cohorts in crime, Spidermen, concert and chase at Ames. RALPH E. QUATTRUCCI III Ralph . . . friendly, tall, happy . . . Billy Joel, baseball, photography . . . peeve: moody people . . . memories: college, Jr. Prom, trip to Boston, American Studies, Ed ' s drive-in, " Foul Play, " friends, " It ' s been real, " Cid, 1MB, baseball bus . . . good times with friends. KAREN A. RAGUSIN Humorous, confused, talkative . . . " Hol- low " . . . 7 20 78, " Freebird " , jam . . . Doobie . . . Taylors . . . 9 2 78 with Bobby . . . peeves: waiting, peacocks . . . the Fence, summer ' 77, laughing and mun- chin ' with Fat . . . the beach ... to be happy. LAURIE JEAN RALSTON Ralston . . . happy, flirtatious, confused . . . peeve: stealing signs . . . favorites: Boz Scaggs, out with the guys, 1 0 1 4 78, 7 7 78, cruisin ' on foot, 4 28 78, " Them! " . . . Green days with Sue and Linda . . . plans: to travel. MA JULIA RAMIREZ M. Jule ' s . . . friendly, talkative . . . peeve: prejudiced people . . . favorites: " Could we be friends, " " jus keeding " . . . plans: college . . . memories: great times with Connie, Maria, Grace, ' 77-79, thanks to the Musmons for the great times . . . " Gra- cias, mama y papa, adios. " NANCY RANDALL Nanc . . . moody, sensitive . . . peeve: friends who aren ' t . . . to go to college and be happy with Stephen ... Jr. Prom ... 2 3 78 . . . lights at the Industrial ... 10 30 77 . . . memories of a friend . . . spe- cial memories with Steve, Sween and Jean . . . many thanks to friends and family. 78 LAURIE JEAN RALSTON MA JULIA RAMIREZ M. CEDRIC A. RANDALL NANCY L RANDALL HELENA REBELO Adventurous, sensitive . . . favorites: Chi- nese food, camping, discos . . . plans: to be an accountant . . . American Studies. COLLEEN C. REILLY Charlie . . . sensitive, moody . . . peeves: saying good-bye, snakes . . . favorites: shop, " I ' m embarrassed " . . . memories: pinchy-pinchy! Crescent Ridge with Nana and Roseann, Linda ' s muffler . . . treas- ures family and friends . . . " Thanks, Mr. Walsh " . . . to live a long and happy life. SUSAN R. REYNOLDS Intelligent, sensitive, quiet . . . favorites: " Freebird " and Dave, Led Zeppelin, 6 22 76, the pit 78 with Tom, Glen Echo . . . memories: Junior Prom with Jamie. ROBYN E. RICCI Talkative, flirtatious, outgoing . . . " Hul- low " . . . " Freebird " jam, Doobie, 7 20 78 . . . peeve: getting caught . . . summer ' 77, the fence, munchin ' , Taylors . . . Champs ' 78, a good laugh, Mom and Dad . . . to be happy. PAULREMICK MICHAEL J ROACH CAROL A. ROCCI JANET A. ROCHE ROBIN ANN ROGERS KENNETH D. ROLT RICHARD F. ROMAINE CAROL ROCCI Peeve: getting caught . . . memories: 12 24 77 with ugly, Chris and Doug, kids down Sentinel . . . remembers: before school with Theresa . . . good luck to Renee and Pat. JANET A. ROCHE Funny, wild, sensitive . . . peeves: nag- ging, getting caught . . . favorites: the J. Geils Band, " Can you handle it? " . . . plans: to enjoy life, the easy way . . .mem- ories: 2 19 76, Friday nights, Ames, Swift ' s Beach. ROBIN ANN ROGERS Rob, Rog . . . crazy, stubborn . . . Annap- olis, marriage . . . Steve Martin . . . Frampton, Drill Team, party at Vinnie ' s the Cape ' 77, memories with Rob . . . " the Union " . . . Rob, Laura, Jeanne, Mare, Leanne, Paula . . . loving memories with Greg, 4 28 78 . . . love to Mom and Dad. KENNETH D. ROLT Big guy . . . moody, stubborn, independ- ent . . . peeve, a certain week of school, shadows, phone calls . . . Stoughton Track Club. . . President of Union Carbide . . . Westerly, R.I. . . . Mt. Lafayette ... to set my own goals and to reach them. RICHARD F. ROMAINE Rick . . . argumentative, crazy . . . peeve: Busch at Nugent . . . football, Ted Nugent, Blue Oyster Cult . . . plans: Navy . . .con- cert weekend, the Barn. ELLEN SUE ROVNER Ellie . . . friendly, crazy, emotional . . . best times with Deb and Robyn . . . Fields Park . . . rowboat ... a nice cream . . . disco . . . weekend at the Cape . . . Gold . . . dancing classes . . . 8 4 78 with Jeff . . . " If My Friends Could See Me Now " ... to be happy . . . thanks to Mom and Dad. RICHARD RUSH Rick . . . easy going, friendly . . . peeve: Monday mornings . . . favorites: Pink Floyd, " Freebird " . . . memories: Tull, Yes, C.S.N, concerts . . . plans: work, get rich, and retire early. THOMAS J. SACRAMONA Sac . . . funny, happy, crazy, happy-go- lucky . . . baseball, good times with friends, Gong Show, drive-in, Prom, dances, skiing . . . peeve: anyone with a bad sense of humor . . . to go to college and have fun. LAURA SAHL STEVEN RSALLERSON ROBYN BETH SALTZMAN LAURA LORRAINE SAHL Lau . . . happy, emotional . . . peeve: prej- udiced people . . . " Aw-Right! " . . . Sum- mer 78, Canada, 77-78 a year to remem- ber . . . " the guys, " red shorts . . . always found with Tanya . . . " Thanks, Marsha and Mr. Murphy. " STEVE R. SALLERSON Steve . . . easy going, talkative . . . the Sallerson charm . . . abnormal times with Suzanne . . . Steve Martin, " Wild and Crazy Guy " . . . going to the library with Ken . . . to be a lawyer and have a good time. ROBYN B. SALTZMAN Bob . . . moody, friendly, sensitive . . . peeves: Summer of 78 . . . 6 30 78 . . . " Can ' t say no " . . .discos. . . loves fash- ion . . . Red Sox forever . . . D-hr with Anne . . . found with Anne, Kathy, Helen, Colleen, and Sue ... to travel and be happy. NANCY SCARAFONE Paquet . . . sarcastic, easy going . . . " We ' re doomed " " Don ' t aggravate me " . . . peeve: waiting, grapefruit juice . . . " Freebird " . . . many times at 1053 . . . " Thanks, Mr. Walsh. " JOHN FREDERICK SCHILLINGER Schill . . . unique, always screwing around . . . " If I didn ' t tell you, you wouldn ' t have known " . . . peeve: people who can ' t express themselves . . . the vineyard . . . skiing the White Mts, ELO Beatles . . . " summer and Lightning " . . . move to Alaska. WAYNE A SAVINI I i ■ I NANCY E. SCARAFONE JOHN FREDERICK SCHILLINGER DANIEL C SCHUKO 81 MICHELLE S SCIPIONE GRACE M. SERPA MARIA G. SERPA MICHAEL J SHAINIS MARYE SHEA MICHELLE S. SCIPIONE Mitzi . . . moody, emotional, friendly . . . peeve: girls that comb their hair fifty times a day . . . " What ' s next hour, Rob? " . . . New Hampshire with Donna, Carol, Janie, Cathy . . . California with Donna ... 9th grade English with Mrs. Warren . . . to be a nurse. . . thanks to Mom and Dad. GRACE SERPA Funny, friendly . . . peeve: conceited peo- ple . . . memories: " Stairs ' 76, " . . . Home-Ed with Ma, Mrs. Reidy, Commons with Robin . . . plans: to go to college. MARIA GRACE SERPA Gracey Poo . . . funny, friendly, sensitive, brave . . . peeve: prejudice . . . " Oh, that ' s cute, " " Le Freak " . . . memories: Goret in the bush, Cheryl ' s Cad, Maria ' s boy . . . " Thanks, Mrs. Reidy " . . . devoted to Rob. MARYE. SHEA Mare . . . wild, crazy . . . Rob, Bing, Laura, Leanne, Jeanne . . . peeve: lobby . . . Saturday Nite Close . . . Donna ' s Scoops . . . 9 30 78 . . . " Diamonds, jew- els, furs, gifts, " . . . parties at Vinnie ' s . . . Jackson Browne . . . " what a guy " . . . fashion school. ROSEMARY A. SHEPLEY Rosey . . . quiet, shy, sensitive, silly . . . peeve: people who lie, rainy days . . . Steve Miller, " Fly Like an Eagle, " pizza, baseball . . . plans: to become a secretary or nurse. LINDA ANNSHIPPS Lin . . . The Entertainers, Friday 13th ' 78, greendays with Sue . . . Zacks . . . half my family . . . peeve: " Them " . . . " Stay " . . . Cruising with the guys ... to become a P.T. ANN SHOCKLEY Shock . . . quiet, pensive . . . always with Ann, Robin, Sue and Elsie . . . plans to go on to school . . . thanks to Mom and Dad. DEBRAM. SIEGEL Debbie . . . outgoing, daring, emotional . . . " You too, Buddy! " freshman year, 3 12 76, Fields Park T-Day . . . Rowboat ... a nice cream . . . memories: times with Ellie and Robyn, Tommy 4 28 77, Cap weekend, pizza, " Freebird, " Foreigner . . .travel. . . live, love, and laugh. 82 ROSEMARY SHEPLEY LINDA ANN SHIPPS CHRISTOPHER P. SEVERS JEFFREY M. SILVERMAN EVANNE SINGER CHRISTOPHER P. SIEVERS Chris . . . easygoing . . . Saturday nights, summer with the gang in Maine . . . foot- ball games . . . Commons with friends . . . trips to Boston . . . " The world would be nothing without friends " . . .to be an engi- neer. JEFFREY M. SILVERMAN Jeff . . . Peeve: Mike ' s beard, disco . . . Steely Dan, jazz . . . Mac ' s . . . Thursday nights in Boston and Westwood, Route 24, the Cape, guitar ... " I can ' t relate " . . . " What ' s a guy to do? " . . . " own my own business. " EVANNE SINGER Sensitive, loyal, aggressive . . . peeve: dirty lunch tables . . . Lynyrd Skynyrd, Moody Blues, " Turn the Page, " c.c. cook- ies, touch football, snow, " Really! " Busch . . . plans: happiness, college, to be with Jeff . . . memories of summers in old Cape Cod. THOMAS SLY Tom . . . mellow . . . peeve: deadlines . . . memories: Jethro Tull and Uriah Heep in concert . . . plans to make it through hard times and enjoy the good times. DAVID A. SMITH Smitty . . . peeves: Skimpy J . . . favorites: Stones, Molson . . . memories: party at Scott ' s, the group, Scott, Pak, Tim, Mike, and Dennis ... to make the best out of life. MICHELLE S. SMITH Shelly . . . friendly, talkative . . . peeve: boring classes, prejudiced people . . . favorites: " Earth, Wind and Fire, " " Get Off, " pizza . . . plans: be a Special Ed. teacher . . . memories: study, lunch, Home Ec, Gail Jones, parties, Faith Gib- son. WALTER SMITH Turtle . . . peeve: math class . . . favor- ites: Fleetwood Mac, " Freebird " , football, anything the school doesn ' t cook . . . col- lege. LAURA SMITH MICHELLE S SMITH WALTER SMITH LAWRENCE A. SNYDER ELSIE SOULE HENRY SOUSA CYNTHIA ANN SPURR MARY J. STACK LAWRENCE SNYDER Larry . . . crazy, easygoing . . . peeve: rip- offs . . . favorites: Lynyrd Skynyrd, " Free- bird, " Jethro Tull, " Sure you can " . . . summer of 78 . . . remembers 10 28 78 . . . plans: to own business. HENRY SOUSA Hank . . . fun, crazy . . . Meatloaf, " Para- dise by the Dashboard Light " . . . sticky stuff ... Air Force, marriage . . . Medieval Manor with Karen . . . apple . . . P-town ... " I got spurs " . . . flying. CYNTHIA SPURR Cindy . . . talkative, crazy . . . peeve: rainy Fridays . . . Neil Young, " Give Me a Break " . . . plans: a future with Dave . . . buses with Denise, Marx ' s, Cape, Friday nights . . . Thanks, Mr. Walsh. MARY J. STACK Mary Jo, MJ . . . . . " I ' m sorry " friendly, unpredictable . . track, Canton girls hockey, times with Pam and Denise . . . " grape " . . . 11 22 77 Tommy, " A whole big bunch, " Ed ' s . . . IBM ' s . . . " Simon says white! " " Right, Sue? " , Summer ' 75 with Gail. . . to goto college. JOHN STANWOOD Woody . . . rowdy . . . favorites: Lynyrd Skynyrd, pizza, basketball, " Do it up! " " Catch ya " . . . memories: partying, Bos- ton Concert ' 78, Walkout ' 76, summer ' 78. MARGARET STEARNS " Do not walk in front of me, I may not fol- low, Do not walk behind me, I may not lead, Just walk beside me and be my friend. " (Camus) DAVID J. STENSTROM Stenny . . . stereo nut . . . never serious . . . often crazy, found with Chrissy, " All the time! " . . . Billy Joel, Fleetwood Mac . . . plans: engineer. 84 JOHN M. STANWOOD MARGARET B. STEARNS DAVID J STENSTROM GREGORY STENSTROM LOREN STOLOW MICHELLE STRACQUALURSI GREGORY STENSTROM Greg . . . determined . . . Annapolis, to the stars, not enough time . . . marriage . . . kites in a sandstorm, Horseneck, Dreaming . . . good friends . . . good times with track, Mr. Green . . . loving memories with Robin . . . love to Mom, Dad, and brothers. LOREN STOLOW Lor . . . silly, straaange . . . . . gymnastics . . . stage . . . green . . . lollipops . . la Rob ... 3 o ' clock club pigs . . . zxy(z + k)-5p . . . " not really " . . deadlines French fries a . . 17 yellow . games . . . stars and beaches young. friends forever MICHELLE STRACQUALURSI Quiet but talkative, gullible . . . peeve: people without a sense of humor . . . " Whatever " . . . " Who do? " . . . devoted to Mark (4 23 78) . . . will never forget Tumbleweed, Di . . . to be successful. JOSEPH D. SUGRUE JoJo . . . fidgety, always moving . . . peeves: standing still, elevators, sisters . . . favorites: Bee Gees, spaghetti and ketchup, hockey, " Good, wholesome fun " . . . memories: locking the keys in the car with the engine running ' 78, New Hamp- shire . . . plan: to work. ANNAM. SZADAJ Shaggy, Anna-banana . . . ambitious, moody . . . peeves: school, basement monitors, security guards . . . favorites: Rolling Stones, " Color My World, " French fries, " Sure! Right, " . . . memories: ' 79 rollerskating party, all my friends in Com- mons. JOSEPH D SUGRUE ROBERT G. SULLIVAN 1 J l ' KEVIN P. SWEENEY ANNA MARIE SZADAJ 85 CLAIRE TAGLIERI A- HELENE M. TARDANICO ANNETTE TECTOR T 1 MICHAEL TEPPER TIMOTHY THOMAS DOROTHEA C TIERNEY CLAIRE M. TAGLIERI Sensitive, friendly . . . peeve: waiting, weekend mornings at work . . . Italian style . . . Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, Ames, times with Kim, Janet, Barb, 4 7 75 ... to go to college and find happiness with a certain someone . . . " Thanks, Mom and Dad. " HELENE M. TARDANICO Friendly, content . peeve: waiting . . college, travel . Horse, 10 28 78 Cape out . . " I love to party " . . . " For sure! " . . . plans: . Neil Young, Crazy . . summers on the . Swamy, Tower Street, ' 76 Walk- " Bye now! " DOROTHEA TIERNEY Dotcy . . . gullible, crazy, embarrassed . . . peeve: a certain name . . . " Oh really " , Bad Company, " Movin On " . . . plans: go to college and be happy . . . Tanglewood, found with Bob, 10 9 76 . . . Micky, Zero, Tony, Mac, Jim Gorm, Ruth . . . blinking light, cam, gang . . . " Thanks Mom. " JUDY TOLPIN Jude . . . outspoken, flirtatious, gullible . . . peeve: crowded corridors . . . favor- ites: Lynyrd Skynyrd, " Freebird " , Led Zep- pelin, " I need a good joke " . . . plans: social work with teenagers . . . memories: Prudential, 10 27 78, ' 69 Impala, Boston. SANDRA A. TRAMENTOZZI Sandi . . . friendly, outgoing, happy, crazy . . . peeve: people who are always late . . . favorites: Cougar XR7, disco, " I Love the Night Life " . . . found with Mary and Joan cruising through the park, 8 26 78, C-hr with Mac ... to work in the field of fashion. LINDA DORIS TRENHOLM LORRAINE G. TRIPP JOANNA J TUCKER LINDA DORIS TRENHOLM Old-fashioned, romantic, giggles . . . " My Life, " " Still the One, " " We ' ve only just Begun " . . . swimming, cross country ski- ing, tennis, music . . . memories: people I ' ve known, good times we ' ve had . . . N.E. Broadcasting School, marriage. LORRY G.TRIPP 7:30: fence . . . summer ' 78 with Jeannie . . . Styx . . . Bristol . . . my pig . . . sip-a- long . . . stay ahead . . . " ball-busters " , Newport . . . catch ya later . . . party with Hoolio ... we know . . . " big shots are only little shots that keep shooting! " JOANNA JOYCE TUCKER Tuck . . . nutty, sensitive . . . found with Tammy, pine trees, Sumner Garden gang . . . peeve: spare tires . . . Swamp, Step Sisters . . . Chips at Farmer ' s Outlet ... 4 29 78, summers of ' 77, ' 78 with the girls . . . Green v ' s, J ' s locker with Tammy . . . to be happy. KATHLEEN M. UNIACKE Kathy . . . active, moody . . .Wayne 4 25 77 . . . girls ice hockey, Cutlass Supreme, Ronstadt . . . found always with Randye and Wayne . . . peeve: 4:00 Sat. mornings . . Canada ' 78 — 1st place over Assabet T1-78. . . to camp freely across the coun- try and to someday enter the medical field. RENE M.WALLACE " Pits " . . . crazy woman, driving expert, loads of fun . . . peeve: boring teachers . . . favorites: Lewis and Clark, " If I can ' t have you, " " Coozie " . . . plan: to be with Steve . . . memories: ' 77, ' 78 F-hour Com- mons, four tables at lunch, poke . . . thanks to all my friends. ANITA WERKOWSKI Anita . . . friendly, outgoing, artistic . . . Carly Simon, " Oh Boogers " . . . " to take each day as it comes " . . . times with Bill and Bob . . . our gang . . class trip. . .6 20 78 . . . meaningless relationships at lunch . . . applesauce . . . friends. WILLIAM WHITE Bill . . . quiet, easygoing . . . peeve: sea level . . . " whoosh? " . . . Blue Hills . . . dog hunt . . . " No-way " . . . Cathedral Ledge . . . Linda Ronstadt, John Mayall ... to travel. RICHARD WHITTINGTON Rich, Whit . . . friendly, active, always late . . . " What? " . . . drive-in . . . summer nights . . . " Stanley Lamoni " , s-team . . . " Wild and Crazy " at Newport . . . the hill at Sturbridge . . . peeves: the knee, rash, and no time . . . long talks with certain people. KEVIN R. WILDER Wildman, Redneck . . . Favorites: " Dylan " " tones, " " Bud, " " Jo " . . . peeve: Snobby girls . . . memories: rest area Rt. 25 . . . hopes to become rich. RICHARD P WHITTINGTON JEFFREY G.WILSON LEON SHACKLEFORD WILSON THERESA L. WINTERS DENISEE WOOD 8 JEFFREY G.WILSON Jeff, S.F.. . . friendly . . . peeve: the morning after . . . favorites: Boston, " For Sure " . . . memories: Moose Hill with the gang, Connecticut, Ohio . . . Plan: Cali- fornia. LEON SHACKLEFORD WILSON Chubby . . . calm, quiet . . . favorites: Aunt Helyn, Lorna, Karen, Lester, Leroy . . . typing every day of the week . . . plans: to work with Community relations, become a successful business man . . . memories: cross country 75-79, basket- ball ' 75-79 . . .nice people. DENISEE. WOOD " D " . . . sensitive, gullible, easygoing . . peeve: snobs . . . favorites: Neil Young, " ya right " . . . plans: to travel, go to college and be happy . . . memories: hanging at the Gibbons, the Cantwells, found with Joe, DECA. TANYA D. WOODY Tumbleweed . . . rowdy, happy, crazy . . . peeve: two-faced people . . . " Good deal, " " That ' s brutal " . . . basketball . . . pizza, Chinese food . . . Commodores . . . " Le Freak " . . . 10 22 78 Philip . . . always found with Laura . . . summer ' 78 . . . thanks to Mom and Dad. SUSAN M. WYNDHAM Sue . . friendly, talkative, sarcastic . . . StuC . . . swimming ... ski trips . . . Saturday morning practices . . . files at Park Surgi . . . " Pass ' em around " . . . Step Sisters, 6 yrs. with Tarn . . . Jr. Prom . . . Friday nights . . .11 10 77. LAWRENCE J. ZADRA Larry . . . competitive, quiet, friendly . . . peeve: losing . . . favorites: football, bas- ketball, and baseball . . . plans: to go to college. TAMMY ANN ZIZZO Taz . . . stubborn, crazy . . . step sisters, " My Big C " . . . peeves: spare tires, wet bread . . . swamp, 17th, pine trees . . . J ' s locker, Maryland with Dar, " Lookin Good, " green v ' s, beakers with Jan . . . to be happy. ROSEANNZUCCO Happy, gullible, moody . . . peeve: pho- nies . . . favorites: Student Council, Home-ec, " Schgood, " " Hello! " Charlie ' s laugh . . . memories: Crescent Ridge, " Ah-Pinch! " he balloons, times with Ginny and Charlie . . . plans: to be happy . . . wishes for world peace. TANYA D WOODY LAWRENCE J ZADRA PAULZAROS TAMMY ANN ZIZZO r ROSEANNZUCCO IN MEMORIAM (The Senior Section of the 79 STOTONIAN is dedicated to the memory of David Catalano, so tragically taken from us just before school opened in August, 1978. The following mes- sage was prepared by Val Lamplough) TO THE CLASS OF 1979: During the summer of 78 we lost a class- mate, David Catalano. For all that knew him, it was a great loss. David is a person no one will forget. Some will remember the many hockey games he played for SHS; others will remember the parties they had with him. No matter how he is remembered, these memories will be cherished by us for the rest of our lives. To David: Thanks for the many happy times we shared. VL 79 DAVID CATALANO 89 QUB 9UPPER OCTOBER 14, 1978 " You really want us to serve that? " (Mark Bishop, Joe Dawe, Vincent Gouvalaris. John Donnelly, To Constantin, John Jardin, Bill Harron.) Want to clown around? " CLASS CLOWNS: (Front) Laurie Ralston, Linda Shipps (Rear) Sue Pa: sanissi, Kathy Coughlin, Terry Martell, John Donnelly. Hey, look us over! " (Mary Jo Stack. Dan Fichera. Denise Jackson, Robyn Bernstein, Ellie Rovner, Debbie Siegal, Robyn Ricci, Roseann Zucco, Rob Hanna. Monica Klim, Margaret Lynch, Cindy Hemeon, Sandy Boyd ) HOMECOMING OCTOBER 28, 1978 X first in SHS history rain delayed the homecoming two weeks After anxious waiting, the queen. , 3 amela Dimatteo. was announced But even with the extra time we heard the cries of " where s the prown? " (Superintendent of Schools, Dr John Murray, Homecoming Queen. Pamela Dimatteo. 1977 }ueen, Debbie Driscoll) •nother first: an escort on crutches! Homecoming Court: John Jardin, Christine Buckley, David Carter, Patricia King. William Harron. Pamela DiMatteo Tom onstantin, Mary Jo Stack, Mark Bishop, Karolyn LeClaire. Paul Carbone promises never to tell Tom Constantin ' s (and John Jardin s) secret. ' It started in the year 1967 ' ' ' School Days " " Commercials ' ' ' We have two weeks to put this show together! " Where are we going after? " ' For All We Know " ' It ' s starting in the year 1979 " Another Commercial?! 95 ANNUAL CARWAQH 8EPT. 30, 1 978 Photos by Paul Carbone SHS students were asked in a poll taken by the Stotonian Staff to express their opinions on various subjects. Several observations were made from the results obtained. For example, the seniors felt that in high school it is better to date around than to have a steady. Their favor- ite overall movie was Animal House. Could it be that they may be anticipating what is ahead of them? It was also discovered that 73% of the senior class lacked the enthusiasm to take part in the poll. We thank those participants who were willing to act as members of the senior class. Someday when we look back upon this remembrance of our high school days, we will be able to remember who our favorites were and what we were into. Tops on the Tube 1 . Saturday Night Live 2. Mork and Mindy 3. SOAP 4. Three ' s Company 5. M.A.S.H. 6. Starsky and Hutch 7. Laverne and Shirley 8. Quincy 9. Johnny Carson 10. Nova SHS Best Sellers 1 . Amityville Horror 2. Lord of Rings 3. The Other Side of Midnight 5. Other Side of the Mountain 6. The Bible 7. The Promise 8. TheHobbit 9. Taylor Caldwell 1 0. The Immigrants art: Jean Curtis Pastimes for Our Times 1 . Having a good time 2. Going out 3. Listening to music 4. Being with friends 5. Partying 6. Reading 7. Sleeping 8. Parties 9. Eating 10. Laughing Soaring Superstars 1. Billy Joel 2. Boston 3. Styx 4. Bob Segar 5. Bee Gees 6. Led Zepplin 7. Neil Young 8. Fleetwood Mac 9. Barbra Streisand 10. Beatles Pick of the Flicks 1 . Animal House 2. Cheech and Chong-Up in Smoke 3. Midnight Express 4. Oliver ' s Story 5. Every Which Way But Loose 6. One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest 7. Love Story 8. Lord of the Rings 9. Heaven Can Wait 10. " OGod " Wheels With Appeal Camaro Trans-Am Firebird Corvette Mercedes-Benz TR 7 7. Monte Carlo 8. Cadillac 9. Porche 10 VW Students Say Nope to Dope 1. Do you feel you need a stimulant? yes — 20% no — 80% 2. Do you think marijuana should be legalized? yes — 52% no — 48% 3. Do you think the drinking age should remain at eighteen? yes — 82% no — 1 8% How ' s Your Love Life? 1. In high school it is better to: (a) date around 63.5% (b) have a steady 35.5% (c) not date at all 1 % 2. On a date I would rather: (a) go to a dance 2% (b) watch TV at home 5% (c) go to a movie 21 % (d) go parking 28% (e) go to a party 44% photo Phil Hudson Enthusiastic Seniors Did you participate in the survey? yes — 27% no — 73% 99 DEBBIE DESMOND Friendliest LOUQUATTRUCCI Most Happy-Go-Lucky RICK LENNON Most Typical Senior s mm f W V I! ni JHmALJ ' J TOMCONSTANTIN Cutest DENISE KEARNS Cutest CHRIS BUCKLEY Happy-Go-Lucky, Humorous JOHN JARDIN Humorous, Friendliest, Popular PAM DIMATTEO Most Popular 79 SENIOR SUPERLATIVES tfroropU... DAN ALFANO Likely-to-Succeed LOREN STOLOW Likely-to-Succeed LARRY ZADRA Most Athletic DENISE FRASER Most Athletic KEVIN WILDER 100 M ' schievous. Craziest ROBYN BERNSTEIN Mischievous, Craziest GARY MULLIGAN Most Mischievous CHRIS CONTI Most Artistic JIM JORDAN Best Dressed JACKIE BARRY Best Dressed MIKE MINIUTTI Most Flirtatious ROBYN RICCI Most Flirtatious JOHN SCHILLINGER Most Talkative ROBERTA KLIM Most Talkative ALAN KAUFMAN Quietest DONNA HEIRTY Quietest ) ■ EILEEN GALAGHER — Most Typical Senior • SHARON MOORE — Best Looking ELSIE SOULE — Most Artistic BOBBY SULLIVAN — Best Looking BRENDAN MYERS Best Actor wm ■■■■ DENISE DEPALMA Most Spirited ANN HOPKINS Best Actress GARY GARCIA Most Gullible BETTY FLAHERTY Most Gullible 101 " Now there is frost upon the hill and no leaf stirring in the wood; The little streams are cold and still; Never so still be winter stood. " (GEORGE O ' NEILL, Where It Is Winter) With a lack of snow this winter, Ski Club activities were unfortunately limited . . " Where ' s the snow That fell the year that ' s fled where ' s the snow? " (Samuel lover, The Snow) About all the members could do was to think snow and to have their pictures taken. photo: M Lynch (Front) Captains Susan Wyndham, Taryn LaPorte (Rear) Gail Wingrove, Maureen Powers, Janet Ryan, Nancy Lanza. Atten — shun! ' MAJORETTE DRILL TEAM (Kneeling) Co-Capt. Robie Hanna, Margaret Lynch, Monica Klim, Denise McKain, Martha Lynch, Dianne Lotti, Diane Lavelle, Michelle Pinaud, Kathy Par- ker, Co-Capt. Karen Lotti. (Standing) Robyn Carter, Debbie Connell, Carolyn Campbell, Laura Sheedy, Susan Ledwith Sue Fitzpatnck. Darlene McKain. Beth Hurley, Kathy Duross, Barbara Simpson, Suzanne Still, Ann Parker, Dianna DiCastro, Bonnie Dawe Idalia Brazao. Princiot Tisdale 105 FOOTBALL BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS: Front to Rear (left) Patty SOCCER HOCKEY CHEERLEADERS: Front to Rear (left) Wendy Glidden. Fedorowicz Denise Murphy, Lisa Francioso. Co-Captain Patty Hlckey, Paula Camara, Tricia King, Denise Jackson, Capt. Alice McAvoy. (right) c t Denise DePalma (right) Stephanie Welch, Pam Sawyer, Lisa Bucklin, Nancy Gearin, Johnna Barrett, Kary Leclaire, Gail Klim, Capt. Jackie Barry Co-Captain Terry Stewart. FOOTBALL Captains SENIORS (Front) Richard Mankevich. Larry Zadra. Andy Denneno, Mark Agostini, Mike Lanza. Jim Donnelly, Chuck Breen, Kevin Hanley (Rear) Lou Quattrucci, Joe Dawe, John Donnelly. Dan Gaultier, David Ireland. Ray Karavetsos. Steve Masiello Mike Lanza Dan Gaultier " The Knights take to the field ' Two down one to go Marotta takes the ball Mark Agostini kicks off for Stoughton VARSITY AND JUNIOR VARSITY: (Front) Lou Quattrucci, Joe Dawe. Rich- ard Mankevich, Mark Agostini, John Donnelly, Andy Denneno, Larry Zadra, Mike Lanza, Dan Gaultier, Ray Karavetsos, Jim Donnelly, Chuck Breen, Kevin Hanley, Steve Masiello (Second) Sean Kelly, Carlos Silva, Jim McKelligan, David Ireland, Mark Petri. Brian Donnelly, Paul Myers, Steve Pirez, Paul Galanis, Mike Reardon, Don Straughter. (Third) Jim Pelkey Juan Silva, Walter Mann, David Nutting, Bob Garrity, Sean McCarthy, Tom Foley, Steve Carlson, Kevin Plunkett, Bill Quattrucci (Rear) John Marotta Walter Frazier. Walter Mark. Jim Leonard, Joe Collins, Don Mulherny, Scott Miret, Joe Gelly, Ron Baeta. Zadra kicks one of his many field goals Galanis holding the hall and Straughter does the job blocking. Injuries to key players were a major reason why Stoughton ' s varsity did not reach a goal as Hockomock champi- ons. The Knights completed a 4-4 Hockomock League record and a 5-5 record overall. Captain Mike Lanza and Andy Den- neno were both sidelined with knee injuries and were missed at the two defensive tackle posts. Others missing action were Locke, Marrotta, and Silva. Bright spots of the season were the kicking of Larry Zadra and the consist- ently good pl ay of the defense. Zadra won two games with his field goal kick- ing. His best performance was in the Sharon game in which he kicked three field goals, including a game-winning 42-yarder. The defense worked as one of the best in the league and consistently Joe DiMarzo John Downs Time Out 1 Look 1 A four leaf clover! shut down the opposing offense. Zadra and Denneno were joined by Dan Gaultier and Dave Ireland on the All-League team. Record: SHS 21, Randolph 0; SHS 15, Oliver Ames 12; Mansfield 10, SHS 8; SHS 9, Foxboro 7; Franklin 17, SHS 0; North Attleboro 42, SHS 8; Rockland 21, SHS 17; SHS 25, King Phillip 14; SHS 9, Sharon 7; Canton 7, SHS 0. The JV squad completed its season with a 4-4 record, impressive consider- ing injuries to the varsity which forced many of the better jayvees to be called up. Key players were Sean Kelly and Ron Baeta. The freshmen ended with a 5-2-2 record Top players were Rich Qua- trucci, Ron Howes, and Pat Totman 109 Joseph Amaral (left) is determined to get that ball before his opponent as Fernando Melo (center) and David Farrell (right) watch. David Farrell (left) seems to be saying, I ' ll get it as John Melo struggles John Jardin James Barrett John McKay David Carter Michael Cole Mario Ambrosio Jose Henriques Capt Domenic Bitto Capt. Richard Lennon VARSITY: (Front) Mario Ambrosio, Jose Henriques, James Barrett, John McKay, Michael Cole, Capt, Domenic Bitto, Capt. Richard Lennon, John Jardin, David Carter, Coach Michael Stuber. (Second) Mario Cardoso, Fernando Melo, Raul Melo, Paul Bishop, David Bezarro, David Farrell, Joseph Amaral, Tino Argudin. (Rear) John Melo, Hardy Fischer, Artie Serradas. SOCCER The varsity soccer team compiled a 7-5 record in the Norfolk County League. A midseason slump cost the booters a spot in the post-season tour- ney. Leading goal scorers for SHS included Paul Bishop, Dave Bezaaro, Fernando Melo, Jose Henriques, Rick Lennon and Joe Amaral. Farrell, Amaral, and Lennon made the all-teams. The jayvees ended with a 4-8-3 record. 1 10 J. V. SOCCER: (Front) Alan Saltzman, Kevin Overstreet, Joe Gomes, Luis Montiero, James Moble. (Second) Jose Avelar, John Linden, Joel Skoletsky, Bechar Maalouf, Coach Peter Robergs (Rear) Tony Andrade, Christopher Sheedy, Edward Kundrot, Richard Bertram, Charlton Canty, Kenneth Rolt Francis Coe | (Front) David Barbato, Tony Aguiar, Francis Coe. Michael Miniutti. Paul Carbone, Kenneth Rolt (Second) Valdis Kirsis, Thomas DeNapoli, John Day, Jane Day. Bernadette Mason, Richard McGrath (Third) Kevin Boyle. Steven LaFrance. Mark Miniutti, Daniel Falvey. Kalvis Kirsis (Rear) 1 Daniel Simon, Adam Turok. Jay Eagles, Paul Spruill Leon Wilson Paul Carbone Capt Tony Aguiar and Coach Charles Green An encouraging word from the coach David Barbato is congratulated as he crosses the finish line CR088 COUNTRY With a fine second place finish in the Hockomock Leaque meet he cross country team ended a successful season with a 7-1 league record and 8-2 overall. The harriers had a strong showing in all meets except for their sole setback in their first meet, losing to Foxboro 25-30 Following his single loss the Knights rolled over the remaining teams in the ' e n a e defeating I King Philip 16-45, Mansfield 17-45 Oliver Ames Sharon 1 6 43 Fr 15-50, North Attleboro 21-34. and The 78 varsity was the strongest Stoughton has had in rent memory Having enjoyed their most successful season the group climaxed the fall campaign with a good fifth place finish at the Divi- ciationmeet 3 V ' Ct ° ry the S ° U,h Sh0re Pnnci P als Asso " Leon Wilson finished sixth in the state meet and second in the SSPA meet Leon was named to the All-Hockomock League and the Patriot-Ledger all-scholastic teams. His best time was a stimnq 1510 performance in the state meet. Other top performers included Dave Barbato, Tom DiNapoli Tony Aguiar. Joe McDonald, Peter Foley, and Jay Eaqles ' The jayvees finished with a 6-1 record Although they didn ' t win the league title, the 1978 team and uoach Charles Green have much to be proud of in Chris Buckley Ginny Brandt Jean Cheverie SWIMMING School records and personal " bests " were shattered often this season by the Stoughton High swimmers. The final record of the team was 1-7-0. Stoughton ' s best effort was in the Mid- dleboro Relay Carnival in the 4 x 50 relay. Jeanne O ' Neill set a new school record of 29.1; Robyn Ricci swam a personal best 29.9; two freshmen, Lisa Clough and Elaine Sweatt, swam exceptionally strong legs as the Knights finished fifth in a field of nine. (Front) Meq Schillmqer. Lon Freeman. Captain Robvn Ricci. Captain Chris Bucklev Captain Gmnv Brandt. Jeanm O ' Neill Terne Hanna. (Second) Coach Chris Brady. Cathy Eagan. Karen Duross. Janet Ryan, Nancy Lanza. Kare Betts Elaine Sweatt. Mary Ellen Eagan. (Rear) Holly Robichaud. Ronnie White. Kim Levy. Ellen McClain. Li; Clough Jeanne Young. Jean Cheverie. Anne Zechello. Don Kelly. Laurie Manuel Ronnie White 112 Front) Lisa Gambrazzio, Brenda Beauregard, Liz Brazao, Monica Pena, Jayne Sallerson, Capt. Den- e Fraser, Capt. Patti McCarthy, Sheila Farrell, Jamie Batchelder. (Rear) Ann Malinowski, Joanne Sammartino, Kim Berggren, Lynne Howes, Nancy Batte, Laurie Ghelfi, Vicky Alexander, Paula Kelly, ' atty Savino, Barbara Kelly. FIELD HOCKEY The field hockey team improved last season ' s dismal record of 0-13-3, win- ning their first game in five years and then finished with a 4-9-3 record. This year SHS finally had some experienced players, thus taking the edge off the lack of a JV group. The wins were against Sharon (1-0), Mansfield 2-1, Foxboro 2-1, and North Attleboro 3-0. The nine losses were very close. Denise Fraser and Paula Kelly were the outstanding players on the team; Denise was named All-League. Goalie Liz Brazao and halfback Lau- rie Ghelfi also contributed to the all- around tremendous effort of the team. Coach Barbara Batchelder and the team seniors deserve great credit for bringing respectable field hockey back to Stoughton. Paula Kelly, Nancy Batte, Monica Pena. Captain Denise Fraser Monica Pena Parti McCarthey Sheila Farrell Ann Malinowski 113 She shall overcome 1 (Bernadette Mason) John McKay proving it isn ' t as easy as it looks. Ready or not, here I come (Jean O ' Neill) 114 S-P-l-R-l-T(Robyn Ricci, Ginny Brandt, Janet Ryan, Nancy Lanza, Chris When Coach Batchelder talks . . . (Vicky Alexander, Jayne Sallerson, Buckley, Holly Roichaud). Barb Kelly). CLASS OF 1 982 (Front) John Quattrucci, Miss Kathy Crim- mins. (Second) Dianna DiCastro, Mrs. MaryAnn Casserly, Stephanie Welch, Ellen McCarthy, Kim Catalano. (Third) Patty Fedorowitz, Jane Day, David Stolow, David Breen, Mary Ellen Mann, Fran Tobin, Maria Sangiolo, Michael Jackman. (Fourth) Maura MacNamara, Beth Hurley, Maureen O ' Donnell, Lisa LaCasse, Chris- tine Marino, Kathy Hanley, Pauline Bald- win, Lynn Jackson, Kathy Duross, Julie Shipps. JOHN QUATTRUCCI president STEPHANIE WELCH vice president KIM CATALANO secretary ellen McCarthy treasurer MRS. MARYANNE CASSERLY advisor MISS KATHLEEN CRIMMINS advisor CLASS OF 1 98 1 (Front) Bob Carter, John Day. (Second) Lori Clough, Dianne White, Janet Ryan, Kathy Eagen, Shari Enos. (Third) Ted Crifo, Pam Sawyer, Maureen Powers, Paula Camara Judy Hunkeler, Carolyn Campbell, Denise Blahut, Laurie Engley. (Rear) Dori Kelley, Diane Fredrickson, Bev Steeves, Robert Shalit, John Anderson. CLASS OF 1 980 (Front) Miss Kathyrn Neal (advisor), Kathy Grady. (Second) Maureen Grady, Mike Moli- nari, Susan Bruce, Donna Noe, Jean Climo (Third) Stephen Quattrucci, Steve Hoffman, Paul Galanis, Bill Quattrucci, Diane Hart, Regina Cottam, Barbara Vesey, Lynda Tyer (Fourth) Karen Lorenz, Corinne Tobin, Susan Ledwith, Joan Clifford, Tina Rose, Jean Digiampietro, Lynda McLeod, Suzanne Trem- blay, Marjorie Harlow, Alison Shaffer, Maryel- len Eagan, Michelle Yankauckas. (Rear) Richard McGrath, Bob Viola, Pat LaCivita, Jim Leonard, Jayne Edmonston, Maureen Coughlin, Taryn LaPorte, Barbara Norton, Pamela Camara, Clara Zadra, Jeanne O ' Neill, Kathy Parker, Chris Jennings, Mary Coughlin, Diane Cameron, Chris Costello, Teresa Stew- art, Patty Hickey, Nancy Gearin, Lisa Franci- oso, Beth Dunne, Paula Kelly. KATHY GRADY president MIKE MOLINARI vice president MAUREEN GRADY secretary SUSAN BRUCE treasurer MISS KATHYRN NEAL advisor TUDENT ADVISORY BOARD: (Front) Michael Sano (1981), Kevin Donnelly (1982), Joanne Blom- Irom Regional Advisory Board Member. (Rear) Chris Conli (At-Large member and chairman), amel Allano (1979). Not Present: Jeanne O ' Neill (1980) and Darrell LeMar, (alternate regional dvisory board member.) STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: (Front) MaryJo Stack (treasurer), Sue Wyndham (corresponding secretary), Gail Klim (recording secretary). (Rear) Mr. Anthony Sarno (advisor), Maureen Coughlin (vice president), Chris Conti (president). STUDENT COUNCIL (Front) Maureen Coughlin, Chris Conti. (Sec- ond) Roseann Zucco, Linda Carroll, Sue Wyndham, Gail Klim, MaryJo Stack. (Third) Kevin Donnelly, Rodney Vieira, Peter DiMatteo, David Breen, Kathy Duross, Karen Duross, Diane White, Deborah Geigis, John Anderson. (Rear) Francine Lima, Linda Tyer, Michael Sano, Stephen Farrell, Darrell LeMar, Karolyn LeClaire, Daniel Alfano, Tammy Zizzo, Joanne Blomstrom, Alice McAvoy, Mr. Anthony Sarno 117 Preparing the sketti, (Kathy Parker, Pam Camara, Kathy Grady and Karen Lorenz). The gang ' s all here! (Bob Viola, Lisa Franci- oso, Bill Quattrucci, Pat LaCivita, Steve Quat- trucci, Rodney Vieira, Brian Davis). Some jolly juniors, (Marybeth Coughlin, Kathy Grady, Chris Costello, Denise Stenstrom, Sue Bruce, Maureen Grady, Lynne Howes) Action! (Lynne Howes). I ' ve got it, and you can ' t have it. (Paul Galanis). What a doll! (Pamela Daynes) A Linus Lab? (Todd Jardin and Paul Guay) ORS 119 4 Behind the rope at the Dance Marathon sponsored by the Class of 1 981 in behalf of Muscular Dystrophy. (Photo: Blackwell) Sue Kane takes a rest. CLASS OF 1981 Sophomore spirit is best shown by some of its events: a first in the " corri- dor " award, the highly-successful Dance Marathon, the tournament of plays entry, and several outstanding athletes. Mr. Albert Twomey, (acting principal) and Denise Kearns. Patricia Fedorowicz and John Quattrucci. (Unless otherwise specified, photos in this 1 20 section are by Frank Federowicz.) Prime movers in the successful Dance Marathon sponsored by the sophomores were: (Front) 1 1- year old Patrick Edgehill, Hanson. (Center) senior co-chairman Denise Kearns, Mary Climo. Kathy Mooney (Rear) faculty advisor Miss Theresa Murray, sophomores Robert Carter and Ted Crifo Getting ready for traditional kick line at sophomore supper. Sheriff Debbie Scheff rides again at the Roast Beef Round-Up. Brian Donnelly, Paula Camara, John Day, and Jeff Sturges are caught by the camera as Brian inspects his cupcake. Robert Carter, sophomore class president, receives plaque for the " best spirit corridor " from Dr. John Murray, school superintendent, at the fall rally. (Photo: Peter Michajilov) Sophomores participating in Tournament of Plays: (Left) Carol Tarchara, Richard Thompson. (Front) Robert Garrity, Hannah Goldberg, Julie Ryan, Mau- reen Powers, Paula Camara, Laurie Engley, Nancy Joseph. (Rear) Scott Hubler, Faye Spivack, Allan Wiener, Darryl Hammond, Louise Starkowsky, Caro- lyn Campbell, Deborah Geigis, Robert Shalit. photo: Blackwell 121 FOOTBALL: (Front) Coach Bruce Jackman, Peter Bishop, Mark Jordan, Teddy Barry, Kevin Donnelly, Chris Walsh, Joe Visser, Pat Totman, Paul Callahan, Mark Romaine, Ronny Howes, Kevin Betz, Jack Maloney, Coach Joe Powers. (Second) Manager Jim Jordan, Kevin Galizio, Mike Keen, Scott Neville, Tim Plunckett, Bruce Dolinski, Lenny O ' Connell, Mike Unda, Ricky Fergus, Rick Quattrucci, Kevin Moriarty, Danny Holtzman. (Rear) Jeff Laurie, Eddie Homer, Brian Pyres, Steven Mankevich, Tom Zine, Peter Sew- yck, Mark Lewis, Glen Perry, Greg Bash, Gobie Scott. BASKETBALL: (Front) Gobi Scott, Rick Quat- trucci, Mike Doucette, Kevin Donnelly, Bob Ricci, Coach Mike Stuber. (Second) Sean McCarthy, Howard Brezner, Chris Walsh, Kevin Moriarty, Malcolm Maclnnes. (Rear) Marc Green- spoon, Ed Homer, Greg Bash, John Wilczewski. H flf 5 50 BASKETBALL: (Front) Paula Karavetos, Patty Soreno. Coach John Dennison, Kathy Daly, Julie Polvinen. (Second) Lynda Roche, Karen Tropea. Lisa Clough. Debra Ireland, Christine Spurr. (Rear) Ellen McCarthy, Kathy Hanley, Alyssa Uni. HOCKEY: (Front) John Russell, Peter Bishop. Bob Pushee, Jim DiStefano, Paul Fountain, Rob- ert Rivers, Richard McKay. (Rear) Mike Alco- nada. Mark Romaine, Mike Unda, Ron Howes. Mark Angelos, Keith Galizio, Joe Szum, Jim McNamara, Coach Tim Hathaway. FRESHMEN TEAMS 1978-79 (CLASS of 1982) 122 We ' ve been verrry good girls! Freshman frolics at the senior sub supper: (Front) Lauren Connolly, Colleen Klim, Lisa Catalano, Ste- phanie Welch, Martha Myers, Diane Lotti. (Rear) Monica Klim, Paula Myers, Robie Hanna. " I didn ' t think it was that funny. " (Front) John Wilczewski, Jimmy Bomen. (Rear) Keith Galizio, Ricky Fergus. wmmmssm wmmmmw am Mrs. MaryAnne Casserly supervises Home-Ec class including Alison McBride, Lori Gorman, Diane DiCastro and Stephanie McGowan. " Please God, help us win another one! " Patricia Fedorowicz " Hey, who let the photographer in? ' FRESHMAN TOURNAMENT OF PLAYS ENTRY: ( " The Crazy Mixed Up Island ol Doctor Moreau " ) (Front) Richard Kilday, Debbie Connall, Patar HuMar, Laalia Malamut, Stavan Smith, Judy Waiaa, Linda Moody, Donna Fowler, Tammy Aguiar. (Raar) Danny Kellay, Michael Jack man, David Stolow, Maria Sangiolo, Mark Hurley, Jodi Davidson, Robert Weetbrooks, John Quattrucci, Diana Lotti, Martha Myers, Stephanie Welch, John Whittington, David Breen, Paula McNally, Christina Mains, Lori Intarr anta. ] 23 Leonard Homer (Clifford Bradshaw) and Deborah Geigis (Sally Bowles), photo: Michael McCaffrey " Come to the Cabaret " is the invitation of The waiters and waitresses captured the audience in their ensemble number " Tomorrow the M.C., played by Brendan Myers photo: Belongs to Me. " Maioli STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS AND ADVISOR Mr Anthony Sarno (advisor). Chris Conti (president). Roseann Zucco. Maureen Cougnlm (vice president). Paul Galams. Gail Klim. (recording secretary), Dom Bi Ho, Mary Jo Stack (treasurer). Tom Constantin, Susan Wyndham. (corresponding secretary), Kevin Hanley. 126 Look at Santa ' s elves! (Diane Hart. Martha Lynch) Rick Lennon Bob Sullivan John McKay John Donnelly Dave Carter Dom Bitto Paul McNamara Rick Rush Bill Harron Joe Sugrue With a varsity loaded with seniors and a great deal of promise, the hockey season was extremely frustrating to Coach Ray O ' Malley and the SHS fans. The team seemed to have talent, plus hustle and desire, but just couldn ' t put the puck in the net and as a result finished with 4-4-11 record. Co-Captains Rick Lennon and Bob Sulli- van headed a team which included seniors Bitto, Carter, McKay, Donnelly, Rush, and McNamara. Highlights of the year were the two ties against perennial league and tour- nament powerhouse Canton, each 3-3. Underclassmen provided strong backing to the seniors and some promise for the future. Bill Brant (who sided with Sullivan) and Mike Molinari will be key components for future SHS sextets. Hampered with problems, Coach Joe Powers couldn ' t get some consistency from his JV team and ended 5-7-2, but went 4-1 against Hockomock League oppo- nents. Dave Nutting, defense, and Bill Fairbairn, center, were strong for the JV group and should provide welcome addi- tions to the varsity. Goalie Joe McNeill came up with 100% effort; other standouts, all aggressive, were Bill Wikstrom and Dan Proctor on wing, with Ken Fogarty at cen- ter. Playing an independent schedule, the freshmen, coached by Tim Hathaway, came up with an impressive 8-4-2 record before they were merged with the jv ' s to end the season. 128 HOCKEY VARSITY: (Front) Kevin Kershaw, Bob Viola. Paul Bishop, Rich McGrath, Bob Sullivan, Rick Lennor Paul McNamara, Rick Rush, Mike Molinari, Steve Weeks. (Rear) Coach Ray O ' Malley, Billy Fairbairr Bill Callanan, Joe Sugrue, Dom Bitto, John McKay, John Day, John Donnelly, Dave Carter, Bill Hai ron, Bill Brandt. Coach Steve Woodruff ' s grapplers did pretty well for a rebuilding year. The wrestlers overcame some early season problems and ended with a 9-6 record. A total of 22 different boys (many underclassmen) participated in varsity matches. The team was led by Capt. Craig Kosinski who finished undefeated at 121 pounds. Craig led the team in every category and ended the season with a first in the Holiday and Sectional Tourneys. In the latter, he was named " outstanding wrestler. " Seniors Chuck Breen, Kevin Hanley, and Ed Abril each had winning sea- sons. Abril (3) and Hanley (4) placed in the Holiday meet and Hanley (3), Abril (3), were joined by Craig Casano (5), Scott Noe (6), and Pat Murphy (6) in the sectional tournament. VARSITY: (Front) John Kane, Craig Casano. Jimmy Miller, Capt Craig Kosinski. Lee McLellan, Patrick Murphy (Rear) D. J. McHugh, Kevin Wilder, Chuck Breen, Ed Abril, Scott Eastman, Kevin Hanley, Tom Constantin, Coach Steve Woodruff. JUNIOR VARSITY: (Front) Jeff Lawrey, Frank Walsh, Dan McGillvary, David Breen, James Alexander, Brian Pirez, Gerald Abelow, Scott Trochi. (Rear) Bill Quattrucci, George Carofiles, Carlos Silva, Rod Vierra, Scott Noe, Chuck Thomas, Gary Stetson, Rory Eastman, Mike Sano, Coach Tom Buckley. Coach Woodruff coaches from the side. Patrick Murphy Stay away from me, or I ' ll. 131 ... a more serious moment . (Dan Fichera. Larry Zadra, Pat LaCivita, Keith Buggs, Larry Peter, Keith Buggs. and Coach Don Edmonston). Vinny Gouvalaris Dan Fichera BASKETBALL An outstanding end-of-season per- formance turned the season around for the boys varsity quintet and enabled SHS to enter the Class A tournament again. The Knights lost to Framingham South in the opening round, but how they got there is a good story. In the early part of the season SHS was considered a powerhouse of the league, but they lost some crucial matches and were all but counted out. A comeback brought them back into the last league game of the season and a " must-win " sit- uation against Canton. They did so. con- vincingly, 83-52. Coach Don Edmonston deserved credit for never losing faith in the team despite the roller-coaster type of season. The final record was 14-9. Pat LaCivita was the team ' s high scorer followed closely by Keith Buggs. Key players were Larry Zadra, Larry Peter and Dan Fichera. Reggie Slater and Paul Car- ter provided a great deal of strength from the bench. Rich Tepper, a freshman, was the ace " gunner " for Coach Warner Bucklin ' s junior varsity. The JVs won ten of their last eleven games (five against strong opposition) and ended with a 1 5-7 record. The JVs displayed great skill on both offense and defense. In his first year as frosh coach, Mike Stuber piloted the team to a 9-7 record. Kevin Moriarty was high scorer consist- ently for the freshmen, followed closely by Bob Ricci. 132 Larry Peter does more than just rebound Alright 1 (Buggs. Zadra, LeCivita, Fichera and Reggie Slater.) VARSITY: (Front) Vincent Gouvalaris, Larry Peter. Keith Buggs. Eric Carlson. (Second) Edward Grady. Paul Carter. Pat LaCivita, Joe Collins. (Rear) Mark Agostini. Dan Fichera (Not Present) Larry Zadra. Reggie Slater. Denise Fraser Janet Roche Coach Barbara Batchelder Fraser driv es hard for Stoughton Bowie passes for another Stoughton break! (Lynne Howes ' 80) The girls varsity basketball team couldn ' t put together a decent streak and was unable to defend its league championship. The girls finally ended with a 7-11 record. It was a frustrating season for Coach Barbara Batchelder ' s charges. A series of close losses denied them a chance to mount another winning sea- son. Denise Fraser was high scorer; Jeanne O ' Neill came into her own and proved a good inside shooter. Coach Mary Cotter ' s JV team gave promise for future Stoughton efforts as they accumulated an 1 1 -7 record. Jayne Sallerson was the top point- getter for the jayvees. The best record was that of the girls freshman team. They ended up 8-2. Topping other scorers for Coach John Denison ' s quintet was Lynda Roche. 134 Vicky Alexander 80 is goin ' through. VARSITY: (Front) Capt. Denise Foster, Capt. Robyn Ricci, Denise Fraser, Lynne Howes. (Second) Coach Barbara Batchelder. Clara Zadra, Paula Kelly, Francine Lima. (Rear) Linda Tyer, Jeanne O ' Neil. JUNIOR VARSITY: (Front) Ann Malinoski, Lee Brazao, Jayne Edmonston, Beth I Collins (Second) Ellen McClain, Flora Fonzereli, Vicky Alexander, Debbie Bender I. (Rear) Jane Doyle. Barb Kelley, Laura Brahm, Jayne Sallerson Coach Cotter speaks Let me be. . . (Robyn Ricci) GIRLS BASKETBALL The word gets across (Coach Batchelder and Jeanne O ' Neil). 135 I 1 Regina Cottam Co-Capt Donna McCarter Joan McGrath Terry Ott Co-Capt Loren Stolow GYMNASTICS The gymnastics team averaged 85.8 points per match this season, well over last year ' s 71.7. The girls saved their best performance for the last meet, losing to first place Canton 1 1 6.4-90.3. Terry Ott was high scorer through- out the season and placed fourth in the floor exercises in the Hockomock championship. Terry ' s highest all- round score came in the Canton match, 27.8 points. Several potential scorers were lost to the team due to injuries. The team record was 4-1 0. 136 (Front) Coach Michelle Foley, Joan McGrath. Dianna DiCastro, Vicki McDermott. Chris Costello. Loren Stolow, Maryanne Buckley. (Second) Anna Cottam. Stacy Lebow, Beth Dunn, Kathy Kerr. Carolyn Niosi, Ann Bender. (Rear) Terrie Hanna, Lori Clough. Gina Hudson, Regina Cottam. Jane Costa. MaryBeth McGinnls, Terry Ott. John Schillinger Fran Coe Paul Carbone John Fitzpatrick Steve Sallerson Greg Stenstrom John Schillinger does what he is best at! Greg Stenstrom cheered on by Ken Rolt. (Front) Coach Bob Tosca, Karen Liaknickas, Kathy Bryan, Leslie Allen, Lon Freeman, Julie Shipps, Bernadette Mason, Linda Car- roll (manager), Susan Fitzpatrick (manager). (Second) Mike Miniutti, John Schillinger, Leon Wilson, Steve Sallerson, Fran Coe, Paul Carbone, Greg Stenstrom, Tony Aguiar. (Third) Kevin Plunkett, Chris DeAndre, Tom DiNapoli, Jay Eagles, David Barbato, Steve Quattrucci, Ken Rolt. (Fourth) Sunil Natrajan, Kalves Kiris, John Fitzpatrick, Richard Lawrence, Adam Turok, Steve Lai- ranee. (Rear) Peter Foley, Richard Fergus, Tim Plunkett, Danny Falvey, Mark Miniutti, Coach Peter Smith. Mike Miniutti Leon Wilson Ken Rolt Tony Aguiar WINTER TRACK The indoor trackies finished third (out of eight teams competing) in the league championship meet. In the dual-track season, Coach Bob Tosca ' s group came up with 4-2-1 record good for fourth place, actually only one point behind the tri-champs of the league. Season performances included the fol- lowing " best " (all at the Franklin field house): 50-yard dash, Mike Miniutti (three times) 5.8; 300, Steve Sallerson 36.5; 600, Greg Stenstrom 1:20.9; 1000, Leon Wil- son (twice) 2:27.2; Mile, Dave Barbato 4:39.1; Two-Mile, Barbato 9:56; 45-high hurdles, John Schillinger (four times) 6.1 ; 50-yd. high hurdles, Schillinger 6.9; Shot, Steve Quattrucci 36 ' 9 1 2 " ; high jump, Schillinger 6 ' ; 4x320 relay, Sallerson, DeNapoli, Stenstrom, Barbato 2:37.0. Other top performances at other loca- tions included 1000, Tom DeNapoli 2:24; Mile, Leon Wilson 4:32; Two Mile, Barbato 9:49. John Schillinger equalled a school record in the 45-yard hurdles and set a new record in the high jump. Jay Eagles, a freshman, was a pleasant surprise in the two-mile all season. 137 m Kick save by goalie Kevin Kershaw. Dave Carter and Paul McNamara are on the ice. Two points for Fish. (Dan Fichera) Robyn Ricci looks for help. Barb Kelley envies Deb Bender as the ball goes her way. Vinny Gouvalaris shows his stuff. Look mom, no hands! (Terrie Hanna) WINTER SPORTS Stoughton High was the scene of a highly-successful cultural exchange program on Dec 5-7 Foreign students from nine countries visited 140 Stoughton and participated in a series of panels before all students of SHS enrolled in foreign language classes The program was sored by the Stoughton High foreign language department man Prep, where the 28 visitors were enrolled as students co-spon- and New- YEARBOOK STAFF: (Front) Mr. Tapper (advisor) Robie Hanna. (Second) Margaret Lynch. Nancy Randall. Monica Klim, Linda Goldberg, Jeanine Pecci (Third) Kenneth Rolt, John Donnelly, Michael Minuitti, Susan Wyndham, Laurie Ghelfi, Peter Howe. John Fitzpatrick, Greg Stenstrom. Priscilla Myers, Carol Cronin, Janice Hamilton. (Rear) Bonnie Mark, Joanne Mahoney. Karen Lotti, Diane Jorgensen, Anne Kerr, Anne Hopkins, Paula Myers, Cindy Hemeon, Daniel Alfano, Jeanne Curtis, Leanne Homer, Melissa Hadley. Ellen Farrell, Anita Werkowski, Donna DiGlona. Chris Conti YEARBOOK STAFF: (Front) Paula Myers, Sandy Boyd. Diane Oliva. Cheryl Dubay. (Rear) Mariea Fugate. Jisela Avila, Gail Klim, Patty McCarthy. Mariea Fugate Diane Jorgensen 9TOTONIAN 79 No one knows what he can do till he tries " When we started in September most of us knew very little about putting out a yearbook Needless to say we didn ' t let that stop us We were willing to learn, and we did It took us a while and although there were many times when we wanted to quit, we didn ' t And Stotonian 79 was no longer a dream, it became a reality However without the miraculous help of our dedicated leader. Mr Sumner Tap- per those deadlines would never have been met He taught us what is meant by the word teamwork Although we were rather a small staff, we stuck by each other and kept our wits about us in many a difficult situation And although a few deserted our sinking ship the rest of us managed to keep the ship afloat It wasn ' t so important when the book came out. but rather what we put into it We would especially like to thank three people whose names may not be famil- iar but whose efforts were outstanding Mariea Fugate for keeping the business end organized. Diane Jorgenson for lending a hand whenever it was needed, which incidently happened quite a bit. And special thanks to Chris Conti for dis- playing his artistic talent in designing our cover. we win not soon forget those confusing photo sessions a lot of missing pic- tures leaving space for a blizzard that wasn ' t working during vacations those deadlines our original surveys new ideas climbing the stairs that s in the back room ' " don ' t you see it " . . I thought he was supposed to do it! ' . . ' I ' ll think we II make it ' If our class was any bigger we ' d have to leave out the faculty section 1 ' What do you mean you can ' t find his pic- ture 7 wasted days and wasted nights the friendships the fun the memories Success generally depends on knowing how long it takes to succeed " It may have taken a large part of our senior year — but we found the success we were hoping for Congratulations to the staff of " 79 " Robie Hanna Editor-in-Chief 142 BUSINESS STAFF: (Front) Michael Minuitti, Janice Hamilton (Second) John Donnelly, Susan Wyndham, Laurie Ghelfi, Priscilla Myers, Donna DiGloria. (Third) Monica Klim, Leanne Homer, Bonnie Mark, Joanne Mahoney, Jeanine Pecci, Melissa Hadely, Ellen Farrell, Margaret Lynch, Carol Cronin, Cindy Hemeon, Anne Kerr, Paula Myers TYPING STAFF: (Front) Marilyn Goulston, Leanne Homer. (Rear) Carol Cronin. LAYOUT STAFF: (Front) Karen Lottie, Robie Hanna. (Second) Nancy Randall, Monica Klim, Linda Goldberg. (Rear) Diane Jorgensen, Margaret Lynch, John Donnelly, Joanne Mahoney. ART STAFF: (Front) Donna Heirty, Jeanne Curtis (Rear) Anita Werkowski, Chris Conti EDITORS, COORDINATORS, MANAGERS Daniel Alfano Chris Conti Carol Cronin John Fitzpatrick Linda Goldberg Janice Hamilton Leanne Homer Gail Klim Karen Lotti Margaret Lynch Joanne Mahoney Michael Minuitti Diane Oliva Jeanine Pecci Nancy Randall Greg Stenstrom Loren Stolow 143 Ed Giles ' 80 ( " Greased Lightning " ) Ken Rolt ( " The Night Shift Janitors " ) " Ami The tough judges! (Mr. Frank Santoro, Mrs. Beverly Bucklin) Lucy DiLollo ' 82, Karen Heggie ' 79, Denise Barker ' 79, Arnice Callendar ' 79 ( " Sweet Essence " ) Gong Show Winners Friday, February 2 Sweet Essence First Round Lucy DiLollo, Karen Heggie, Denise Barker, Arniece Callendar 2nd Round The Whiz Kid Juan Silva 3rd Round Wizzers Maureen Powers, Terrie Hanna, Lori Clough, Gail Wmgrove Saturday, February 3 Stephanie Welch First Round 2nd Round John Walsh and Nancy Farrel 3rd Round Paula Daly GRAND WINNER Juan Silva The MC with the jokes!! (Mr. Chester Pierce) u 0 PI 1 f STUDENT HONORS HISTORICAL CONFERENCE: (Front) Brenda Beauregard, Ron Norns, Christine Murray, Bobby Bunson. (Second) Debbie Howe, Bonnie Davidson, Christine Tsinzo, Tina Rose, Karen Walsh, Michelle Pinaud, Rodney Vieira. (Rear) Michael Rose, Sandra Bar- ber, Kathy Grady, Barbara Norton, Susan Bruce, Marjone Harlow, Alison Schafer, Steven Weiss. (Awards: Beauregard, Norris, Murray) LOREN STOLOW, PETER HOWE National Merit Finalists GIRLS CHORUS: (Front) Mr. Don LeGrow, Heidi Walraven, Parti Fedorowicz. Maria Sangiolo, Diane Shitman, Marie Fitzpatrick, Susan Sted, Linda Moody, Mr. John Keama. (Secor Paula McNally, Marie Giroux, Jodi Davidson, Kathy Hill, Martha Myers, Maura MacNamara, Joan McGrath Corrine Corrbett. (Third) Maria Ascensao, Karen Hvoslel, Jane Day, S Fitzpatrick. Beth Foster. Meg Schillinger, Ann Parker, Linda Gustafuson, Holly Robichaud, Stephanie Welch, Deidre Foley, Beth Ventresco. (Piano, Sue Kane) STRING ENSEMBLE: (Front) Diane Lavelle. Debbie Howe. Stacy Callendar. (Rear) Jane Day. Suzanne Kast. JAZZ CHOIR: Ross Howard, Alan Werner, Leonard Homer. Brendan Myers, David Breen. Robert Westbrooks. Nancy Farrell. Nancy Sweeney. Maureen O ' Donnell. Marilyn Goulston, Maria Sangiolo, Maggie Stearns. (Drummer Rich Whittington; piano. Sue 146 Kane.) MARCHING BAND: (Front) Mr. Ron Christianson, director, Tim Lyons, Mike Fahey, Paul Leblanc, Mike Roppoloi, Nathan Rudin, Bob Rossi, Fred Tibets, David Saltzman, Brenda Beauregard, Chris Klim, Henry McGibbon. (Second) Cheryl Dubay, Cindy Hemeon, Nancy Farrell, Ramona Hill, Debbie Heeley, Maureen Coughlin, Pam Camara, Lynne Roose, Cindy Frank, Suzanne Tremblay, Denise Foster, Chris Tsinzo, Louise Starkowsky. (Third) Paul Maclntyre, Lisa Lacasse, Maureen O ' Donnell, Colleen Klim, Pam Farrell, Joe Gomes, Frank Lyons, Bill Dindy, Richard Schwartz, Mark Busby, Peter Hall, John Wiliczewski, John Day, Larry Fitzpatrick, Chris Sievers, Dave Pray, Ben Hoffman, Mark Hurley, Cathy Schillinger, Barbara Norton. (Fourth) Brad Morris, Mike Doucette, Don Dumas. Tonya Barrett, Jetf Sturges, Frank Fedorowicz, Bernie Gerson, Jim Bowman, Charles Delaney, Chris Lindsay, Hannah Goldberg. (Rear) Gary Stetson, Roland Kolz, Mike Abril, Mike Franklin, Peter Gabrielle, Kevin Kearns, Eric Hirschorn, Dan Fichera, Rich Whittington, Paula Camara, Ellen Joseph, John Walsh, Dan Allano. BAND OFFICERS: (Front) Lynne Roose (vice president), Dan Alfano (president), Maureen Coughlin (treasurer). (Sec- ond) Frank Fedorowicz (section leader), Ellen Joseph (sec- tion leader), Jeff Sturgis (librarian), Barbara Norton (unilorm manager). (Rear) Pete Hall (section leader). STAGE BAND: (Front) Daniel Allano, Freddy Tibbits, Jeff Sturges, Sue Kane, Frank Fedorowicz, Maureen Coughlin, Lynne Roose. (Rear) Pete Hall, Mike Abril, David Pray, Rich Whittington, Kevin Kearns, Chris Sievers, Michael Franklin, John Day. 147 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. 1979 INDUCTEES: (Front) Lisa Audlee, Leonard Homer. Ken Roll, Joanne Musmon. (Rear) Melissa Radley. Linda Goldberg. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY, 1978 INDUCTEES: (Front) Mrs. Polly Savicki (advisor), Loren Stolow, Daniel Altano, Steve Sallerson, Peter Howe. (Second) Barbara Buob, Gregory Stenstrom, Robin Rog- ers. David Carter, Robie Hanna. Debra Heeley, Lynne McDonnell, Alan Cline. (Rear) Barbara McPherson. Carolyn Benson, Betty Flaherty. Karolyn Leclaire, Thomas Colburn, Larry Zadra, Joe Dawe, Susan Wyndham. John Donnelly. Jacquelyn Barry. Mike Miniutti. Paul Maclntyre. MATH COMPETITION: (Front) Miss Marianne Ellis (advisor). Mrs. Rhonda Gilbert (advisor). (Second) Gregory Koker, Thomas Colburn. Peter Howe. David Stolow. Valdis Kirsis. (Rear) Robert Carter. Evelyn Roose. Loren Stolow, Daniel Altano. Joan Clifford. Albertina Rose, Leslie Makris, Deborah Howe, Robert Bunson For the second consecutive year the SHS chess team was the champion of its division. In the ' 78- ' 79 season it was unde- feated with a 9-0-1 record. Team cap- tain and best player, Peter Howe, led the team with a 10-0-0 record. Richard Mankavech, Mike Spack, Paul Mac- Intyre were also undefeated; David Stolow, Bechara Maalouf, and Greg Stenstrom also contributed to the team ' s success. The highlight of the season was a victory over arch-rival Sharon. In this match, four of the five games were determined in " smash " orpvertime. In other matches, Stoughton defeated several opponents by 5-0 scores. SHS PHOTOGRAPHICS (Front) Alan Cline, Mr F E Maioh (advisor). Susan Bruce, Corinne Tobin (Second) Rodney Viera. Margaret Lynch, Scott Trocci, Ellen Farrell (Third) Joe MacNeil. CHESS: (Front) Rich Mankevich, Micheal Spack, Peter Howe, Bechara Dorothea Simolari, Nancy Thibeault, Maria (Back) Shauna Spillberg, Steve Quattrucci. John Maalouf. (Second) Greg Stenstrom, Steve Parmeggiani, Hanna Golberg, Schiiimger David Stolow. (Third) Paul Mclntyre, Mrs. Kaufman (Advisor). INTERNATIONAL CLUB: (Front) Miss Linda Glover (Advisor), Filenis Castelo (President), Kim Ellison (Vice President), Darrell LeMar (Secretary). (Second) Karen Blacker, Joanne Musmon, Cheryl Dubay, Denise Barker, Karen Heggie, Arniece Callender, Stacy Callender, Marie Camara. (Third) Jeff Blacker, Alan Freedman, Victoria Norden, Kim Morgan, Pam Ellison, Ladybird Smith, Suzanne Berger, Risa Fisher, Diane Shifman, Lynne Neville. (Rear) Bernard Gerson, Deborah Geigas, Suzanne Kast, Regina Cottam, Lynda McLeod, Alison Shaffer. SHS KNIGHT: (Front) Dan Alfano, Mr. Tapper (Second) Maureen Coughlin, Susan Wyndham, Ken Rolt, Monica Klim, Robie Hanna. (Third) Denise Barker, Karen Wallace, Rodney Vieira, Peter Michajilov, Suzanne Tremblay, Karen Walsh, Larry Barbell, Bob Bunson, Greg Stenstrom, Pamela Barber, Karen Lotti, Ann Hopkins, Jerry Palazzo, Bryan Kershaw, Chris Conti, Michelle Keenan, Nathan Rudin, Lisa Milano, Margaret Lynch. SHS SPORTS BUREAU: (Front) Laurie Ghelfi, Ken Rolt (Sports Editor), Rod Vieira, (Rear) Monica Klim, Bob Bunson, Larry Barbell. JOURNALISM " CUBS " : (Front) David Stolow, Mr. Tapper, MaryEllen Mann, Diane White. (Second) Mary Harkins, Julie Shipps, Michelle Keenan. (Third) Nathan Rudin, Lisa Milano, Lynda Moody, Deena Sie- gal, Brian Scibetta, Jean Falandys Paul Carbone Staff Photographer QHS KNIGHT The SHS KNIGHT was awarded first place in the annual Columbia Scholas- tic Press Association national contest in 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, and 1979. EDITORIAL BOARD AND MAKE-UP EDITORS: (Front) Maureen Coughlin, Mr. Tapper, Karen Walsh. (Rear) John Fitzpatrick, Dan Alfano. 150 State Drama Festival entry " The Potman Spoke Sooth " finished as first alternate in regional competition Cast included Diane Cameron, Jeff Marden, Ed Giles, John Quattrucci, Steven Weiss, Debbie Heeley. Paula McGarvey Kenneth Rolt THESPIAN TROUPE -2077: (Front) Marjorie Harlow, Ed Giles, Martha Lynch, Rich Thompson, Laurie Engley, Diane Hart, Diane Cameron, Carol Tarchara. CLASS OF 1980 WINNERS IN ANNUAL TOURNAMENT OF PLAYS (Front) Diane Han, Martha Lynch, Nancy Farrell (Rear) Edward Giles Steve Hoffman Steve Quattrucci CAST AND CREW OF " CABARET " — ANNUAL MUSICAL: (Front) David Stolow, Judy Weiss, John Quattrucci, Rich Thompson, Darryl Hammond, Diane Hart, Martha Lynch, Chris Mains, Juan Silva. Steve Sallerson, Ken Rolt. (Kneeling) Dan Kelly, Rich Kilday. (Second) Loren Connelly, Paula Daly, Loren Stolow, Lori Kerman, Maureen Powers, Louise Starkowsky, Martha Myers. (Third) Bonnie Davidson, Leslie Lebrun, Alan Weiner, Ed Giles, Maria Sangiola, Ann Hopkins, Tom Colburn, Carol Techara, Jodi Davidson, Nancy Farrell. (Fourth) Carolyn Benson, Laurie Engley, Leonard Homer, Debbie Geigis, Brendan Myers, Nancy Joseph, Bobby Westbrooks, Brian Ivaldi, Bev Steeves. (Rear) Margie Harlow, Scott Hubler, Linda Wir- rell, Ross Howard, Marilyn Goulston, Jeff Mardin, John Walsh. DECA (Front) Denise Wood. Kathleen Manning, Barbara Murphy, Deborah Desmond (Rear) Michele Constan- tme, Mary Sullivan, Sharon Moore. Melissa Freidman, Colleen Caddell, Sherry Martin, Lawrence Snyder, Mr Arthur McCarthy A large number of SHS students volunteered to wait on tables at the annual mas and a joyous Hanukkah. Christmas party for the elderly citizens of Stoughton. Donna Bryson ' 79 photo Maioli thanks elderly for " privilege of serving ' ' and wishes them a Merry Christ- PARK SURGICAL ASSOCIATES, INC. GENERAL SURGERY • ONCOLOGY • VASCULAR SURGERY SURGERY OF ARTERIES VEINS Edward B. Gray, M.D. Robert M. Becher, M.D. John M. Crowe, M.D. John D. MacArthur, M.D. John K. Messersmith, M.D. 966 Park Street Stoughton 344 3713 322 East Center Street West Bridgewater 588- 1 424 Good Luck STOUGHTON HARDWARE STOUGHTON DINER Breakfast — Luncheon — Dinner Served Daily Orders to Go 344 9061 TWIN-KEE CLOTHING 153 " Break a Leg " Class of 79 THE LITTLE THEATRE INTERNATIONAL FOOD GOURMET Brockton, MA Specialize in Cold Cuts, Imported Cheeses and Delicacies Congratulations From THE STAFF AMERICA ' S RESTAURANT, INC. Porter St. Tel. 344- 1 547 (9882) Full Menu Restaurant serving you fine Portuguese and American food at very reasonable prices: broiled and fried seafood, steaks, chops, roasts, etc . . . Chef ' s suggestion: Try our rich, delicious, old-country flavored soups and Azorean Pork Chops. You ' ll surely be pleased. AMERICA ' S FOOD MARKET LIOUORS 22 Porter St. Tel. 344-3434 Full line of domestic and imported wines, beers, and liquors. We select our own meat, produce, and fish and prepare them to your order if you wish. Also offering dairy, soft beverages, ice, domestic and imported groceries, tobacco, stationary, lottery and much, much more. Best Wishes From DENTCHS FORD CENTER James Kourafas Joe Salamone Al Beauregard Al Kourafas Wally Pickard Terry Moscavitz Mildred Kourafas Eileen Graham Bob Peterson Carol Densman Your Local Ford Dealer 1 776 Washington St., Stoughton Phone: 344-3500 Boston 365- 1 356 NEW ENGLAND PACKAGING, INC. Plastic Packaging Equipment Materials and Services 1 73 Tosca Drive Stoughton, Mass. 02072 6 1 7— 36 1 -8500 DONALD A. YOUNG Owner 878-1 (617) 828-9722 Hi k , , 6 WASHINGTON STREET, CANTON, MA 02021 ONE OF THE JEWEL COMPANIES Lots of Luck S.I. CO. NEW ELLIOT PONTIAC (Full Service) 1 782 Main St. Brocton, MA 0240 1 587-3000 or 96 1 -3229 Sales Hours: 8:30 to 9 Sat. 8:30 to 5 Tel. 238-74 1 5 MEADE ' S AUTOMOTIVE, INC. Tires — Batteries — Tune-Ups — Brakes — Exhaust Auto Repairs — Truck Repairs Welding 6I2 Washington St., Route 1 38 So. Easton, MA 155 Congratulations Class of 79 JORDAN B. HADGI Attorney at Law 523-1050 Area Code 6 1 7 Res. 344-0404 3 I State Street Boston, Mass. 02109 Eighth Floor ATTORNEY EDWARD I. MODISTE 85 Park Street Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Best Wishes to the Class of 1979 PORTER COAL AND OIL CO. A. WILLIAM BUCKLEY, JR., D.M.D. ANDREW C. CROKE, D.M.D. P.O. Box 76 795 Washington Street Stoughton, MA 02072 Dorchester, Mass. Tel 265-2235 Stoughton Res. 344-3954 I — 800 — 242 3837 E. W.GRENON SON, INC. Local and Long Distance Movers A A Industrial Park Tosca Drive Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Warehouse 344-6410 SHAW ' S SUPERMARKET BRENDAN ENTERPRISES BEST WISHES TO CLASS of 1 979 156 1 8 Wyman St., Stoughton, MA 62072 (6 1 7)344-5000 STOUGHTON DRUG CO. 410 Pearl St. Stoughton, MA 02072 Prescriptions Tel. 344-6150 828-2180 Your Neighborhood Drug Store and More! Congratulations CONSOLIDATED PETERBILT Rt. I Foxboro, MA 157 Compliments of LLOYD ' S ANIMAL HOSPITAL 1773 wasningTon jt. Stoughton, MA Best Wishes to the Class of 1979 STOUGHTON VARIETY STORE 79 Canton St. Stoughton, MA Best Wishes Class of 79 CHRISTOPHER ' S SHOES 770 Washington St. Stoughton, MA 344 5241 Jlees % ) BEAUTY SALON . 161 Pleasant Street Stoughton. Mass. 02072 Phone: 344-9966 i RANDOLPH SAVINGS BANK Offices in: Randolph North Randolph Stoughton Holbrook Telephone 344-4150 or 963-21 10 158 BROWN ' S SUNOCO Best of Luck From SERVICE CENTER General Auto Repairs DOROTHY JEAN ' S BAKERY Ralph Brown Jr., Prop. 566 Washington St. MougnTon, MA 344 9805 419 Washington St. Stoughton, MA 344. 2994 Compliments of Congratulation s From P C PHII i iP IMP World ' s Largest Manufacturer CANTON LANES J 1 1 I II tr 1 1 C s Jlrxtro ull ' J lca 1 j Compliments of SHAW GLASS COMPANY, INC. Plate Glass ' Window Glass Mirrors ' Residen+ial and Commercial Glazing. 2 1 3 Turnpike St. Stoughton, MA 02072 Boston Area 325-0051 159 HE BPfmf£S Vk 32ll Congratulations OUELLET PHARMACY, W bo 1 bKlN INC. r KUrCoolUINML rnAKIVIAV I AUTO 756 Washington St. Stough+on Square Can+on, MA Phone 344-3400 Best Wishes From: Compliments of R.M.C PRINTING SERVICE STOUGHTON COPY CENTER CO-OPERATIVE Roy M. Cohen, Owner BANK 761 Washington Street P.O. Box 52 Stoughton, MA (617)344-551 1 (617)828-7525 160 PAGE ' S Groceries • Wines • Liquors Fruit Baskets Made to Order Free Area Delivery — Tel. 344-3303 (617) 344-7357 MASS. HEATING INC. Residential and Industrial Ralph E. Quattrucci Jr. Pres. 66 Winslow Dr. Stoughton, Mass. 02072 BEAUTY CONNECTION COIFFEUR 353 Washington Street Stoughton, MA 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. 161 Best Wishes to the Class of 79 WOMEN ' S APPAREL SHOP 797 Washington St. Stoughton, MA " Women ' s — Men ' s — Boys — Girls — and Infant Wear " Tel. 238-4651 COLONIAL ORGAN PIANO STUDIO Home of the Mighty Wurlitzer iiorman vamcron i uj vvasningion ot. No. Easton, MA 02356 GAY ' S A FLORIST ™ 399 Pleasant Street Stoughton, Massachusetts 02072 Phone: 344-2812 Clint, Dorothy and Russ Gay y ANNC. PRAUGHT FLORAL ART SHOPPE 681 Washington St. (Rte. 138) Stoughton, Massachusetts 02072 (617)344-2632 DAVID iaaJJJasr Sales — Service Satisfaction Guaranteed No One Can Beat Our Deals New and Used Cars and Trucks 287 Washington Street, Stoughton 341 0310 162 Congratulations ' 79 BLUE HILLS LINCOLN— MERCURY 390 Turnpike St. Canton, Mass. Records Tapes □est Wishes to the Class of 1979 Inside the Tri-Town Mall Canton 828-4533 PORTER COAL OIL CO., INC. 893 Washington St. Stoughton o 1 UUbn 1 Jri AKM T NAVY ANDY ' S TEXACO CENTER Andrew M. Copello — North Stoughton Square 763 Washington Street Stoughton, Massachusetts 02072 (617) 341 0769 Phone: 828-9897 SHEEHAN FUNERAL HOME LOWE POWERS 1 NC. EST. 1 860 1 15 Monk St., Stoughton 344-2061 Edward W. Sheehan Howard M. Bean 163 Congratulations From the TOWN SPA Best Wishes From R R OFFICE BALFOUR COMPANY Official Jewelers for the Class of 1 979 164 GATEWAY SUNOCO SERVICE STATION FAST ROAD SERVICE TOWING Electronic Tuneups • Brakes • Mufflers General Repairs on American Foreign Cars Tires • Batteries • Accessoreis Ask About Our Monthly Special We honor Major Credit Cards 1775 Main St., Brockton 583-9844 THE STAFF OF THE STOTONIAN expresses its deep APPRECIATION to the many advertisers and patrons for their much-needed SUPPORT GENERAL FLOORING CO., INC. Linoleum ' Ceramic Tile Tel. 344-7200 764 Washington St. (Stoughton Center) Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Raleigh Columbia STOUGHTON BIKE CENTER 344 6860 Sri rinn Sprvirp nn A M rP Tony Viapiano 742 Washington St. Stoughton, MA 02072 SOUTHEND MINI MART 1679 Washington St. Boston, MA. 021 18 KE6-8373 Phone: 344-8981 FARMER ' S OUTLET, INC. Wholesale and Retail If you can find fresher frui+s and vegetables, they are still growing. 839 Park St. Stoughton, MA 02072 Best Wishes Class of 79 FARLEY FUNERAL HOME Jay W. Farley 358 Park St. Stoughton, MA 344-2676 Compliments of MUSIC MACHINE 1 19 Sharon Street Stoughton, MA 02072 Jim Alach COBBS CORNER SHELL Tel. 828-9720 4 1 Washington St. Canton, MA 02021 Best Wishes JOE ' S SHELL STATION 825 Washington Street General Auto Repairs J. J. and A. D. Silva 344-9851 166 BUICK a Bernie Fafel j Ql OPIL DINO BUICK 346 Washington St. Stminhtnn MA 0707? Phone: 344-4567 Congratulations Class of ' 79 BOB ' S LIOUORS Best Wishes to the Class of 1979 ROXIES 289 Park St. Stoughton 344-4350 344 3666 DENNENO ' S PIZZA — SUBS WINDSOR TIRE CO., 545 Pearl Street Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Phone 344-9803 INC. 500 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. 02072 344-9909 " 344-8333 167 344-8445 Best Wishes to the Class of 79 David S. Greenfield, DMD Periodontics and Oral Medicine 428 Pearl Street Stoughton, MA 02072 nR RHRFRT PH AVF7 UK. IxUDCK 1 UnnV CZ. SULLIVAN ROSANIA ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES, INC. and STAFF 85 Park Street — P.O. Box 30 Stoughton, MA 02072 PARK MEDICAL ASSOCIATES, INC. Internal Medicine 966 A Park Street Stoughton, MA 02072 OPTHALMIC PHYSICIANS, INC DR. FREDERIC HERTZMARK 450 Pearl Street Stoughton, MA 02072 Alexander Levins, M.D. David A. Fleishman, M.D. 966 A. Park St. Stoughton, Massachusetts 02072 C. A. WALENT, DDS 703 Washington St. Stoughton, MA 02072 PARK DENTAL ASSOC. MARTINA. KAPLAN, D.M.D. 480 Park Street Stoughton, MA 1044 Central Street Stoughton, Massachusetts 02072 MARIA L GERSON, M.D. 23 Walnut Avenue Stoughton, MA 02072 168 Best Wishes Class of 79 r KI rtUI l Klv PARK OB-GYN ASSOC ASSOCIATES, INC. 1 IN 966 Park Street James A. Tyer, M.D. Stoughton, MA 02072 Marshall P. Field, M.D. GODDARD ANESTHESIA SERVICE INC. Goddard Memorial Hospital Stoughton John W. Lingos, M.D. William C. Street, M.D. Fayette C. Root, M.D. Conrad Golaslci, D.O. ALL THE GOOD TIMES Ed Tommy John D. Ralph Bill H. Leenie Vin Denise J. John M. Carter Gail Sue Pam Mary Jo Tricia D.J. JoAnn Jim B. Joanna Larry Tammy Darlene Alice Robie Chris Jackie Betty Diane Barbara Denise D Rick Paul Gary Jimmy J. Dom Parti Paula B. Lou Schill Joe Mark John J. Rich Noogie Linda Cid 169 Congratulations Karen Lotti Co-Captain Robie Hanna Co-Captain Margie Cabral Margaret Lynch Monica Klim From THE DRILL TEAM Best of Luck to the Graduating Class of 1979 From the MAJORETTES Sue Wyndham ' 79 Captain Taryn La Porte ' 80 Co-Captain Nancy Lanza ' 8 I Janet Ryan ' 8 I Maureen Powers ' 81 Gail Wingrove ' 8 1 Best Wishes HORAN OIL CORP. Good Luck I and Best Wishes Denise DePalma Captain Jackie Barry Captain Alice McAvoy Captain Tricia King Gail Klim Denise Jackson Kary Leclaire STOUGHTON HIGH CHEERLEADERS 170 Congratulations Seniors From QUALITY AUTO PARTS OFSTOUGHTON, INC. 48 Wyman St. Stoughton, MA 344-5500 C. H. " Jack " Beckford Automotive and High Performance Suppliers Best Wishes From M M VARIETY 100 Perry St. Stoughton, MA 344 2203 STOUGHTON TV Authorized Quasar Sales and Service 7 Pearl St. Stoughton, MA George Thompson — Owner FLOWERS BY CELI Eichorn 1044 Central St. Building Stoughton, MA 344-2571 M Good Luck 11 MICKEY MCKINNON ' S DANCE CENTER 54 Porter St. Stoughton, MA I ROWLANDS TV 10 Wyman St. Stoughton, MA Tel: 344-3285 171 J 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 Turrenline 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 17040 173 Congratulations Class of 1979 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. Compliments of BLACKWELL STUDIO " Your Class Photographer " 1 0 Freeman Street Stoughton, Mass. GOLD PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Audlee, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Batchelder Mr. and Mrs. William A. Batte, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. James Bertram and Family Mr. and Mrs. William Brandt Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Chaples, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Colburn Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Dawe, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Donnelly Mr. and Mrs. James F. Donnelly Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fichera The John David Fitzpatrick Family Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Hanna Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Harron Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ireland Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Johnson Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr and Mrs. John A. Karavetsos and Mrs. Richard W. Kelly and Mrs. John R. Lotti and Mrs. R. J. MacDonald Sr. and Mrs. Charles F. Murphy and Mrs. Raymond Pecci and Mrs. Gerhard M. Peter Jr. and Mrs. R. B. Pray and Mrs. Robert Ricci Raymona T. Sousa Mrs. Kathleen Fugate Speed Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Sullivan Florence Tripp Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Tucker In Memory of Anthony Zizzo E. F. Knippenberg and Family SILVER PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Barker Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Gustaf Carlson Paul and Adeline Carter Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coe Mr. and Mrs. Rino Conti Ms. Patricia, Pam and Nancy Cook Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Coughlin The Roger Coulombe Family Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Engley Mr. and Mrs. Anders V. Jorgensen Mr. and Mrs. John L. Klim Mr. and Mrs. Walter McAuley Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. McCarthy, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. McGibbon Joan and Paul Miniutti Mr. and Mrs. John R. Moody Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson Mr. and Mrs. Philip Pavadore Judith and Louis Quattrucci Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Roach Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Roche, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Sievers Judy and Arthur Stolow Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Tremblay BRONZE PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Dollott Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Doucette Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Feeney Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Geden Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hanley and Family Mr. and Mrs. James Jackman Dorothy Kearns and Family Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Schuko Mr. and Mrs. A. Tepper 176


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