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STOTDNIAN STDUEHTON HIGH SCHOOL BTnUEHWH. MA 0Z07Z lb-. " Dreams in their development have breath, And tears, and tortures, and the touch of joys. " Byron In our development we too have breath and tears, tortures and touches. They make us what we are. We also share parts of ourselves with others. Art: Ed Giles 3 JUNIOR YEAR 978-79 Jolly Juniors! (front) Laurie Manuel, Linda Miniutti (rear) Terry Leoffler, Cathy Schillinger, Linda Ensin, Joan Slattery, Diane Cameron Kidding around with Maragret Kiddy are Eddie Giles, Bob Viola, Scott Trocki and Mike Gallagher Smile! You ' re on Candid Camera! (Steve Quattrucci, Corinne Tobin) Upperclassmen . . . class rings . . . PSAT ' s . . . SAT ' s . . . Officers: Kathy Grady, Mike Molinari, Maureen Grady, Sue Bruce . . . Sketti Super, Junior Prom . . . (Junior Dance) " Somewhere in the Night " . . . Three down, one to go. I ' til ' Juniors jump for joy: Marybeth Coughlin, Sue Bruce, Kathy Grady, Chris Costello, Lynn Howes, an Denise Stenstrom 4 On his way to a touchdown is Paul Galanis The SHS Chorus Line: Martha Lynch, Eddie Giles, Denise Strenstrom, Joan Slattery, Terri Stewart, Marybeth Coughlin, Patty Hickey. Jean Barret, Sue Bruce, Chris Costello. Diane Hart and Martha Lynch This is the way to the car wash so early in the morning. 5 Class officers . . . Paul Carter, Kathy Grady, Maureen Grady, Ellen Joseph . . . Roast Beef Round-Up . . . Sophomore Bike Ride . . . Happy Times Together . . . Working our way up. Maureen Grady tells Santa what she wants for Christmas. 8 W(i shared the touches of joy: winning an award being with friends achieving what we have worked hard for Sharing has helped us work through the difficult times and laugh during the good ones. Now we must move on, toward the bright dreams and promises of the future, always keeping pasl memories within us. FRESHMAN YEAR 1976-1977 V " You take one more picture and I ' ll shove that camera down your throat! " (Terri Stewart) The first and last Gong Show for Michael Spack " GONG EM! " Freshman girl ' s basketball: CorinneTobin, Chris Jennings, Kim Savino, Bea Aguire, Terry Leoffler. Vicki Alexander, (front row): Maureen Grady, jean Climo, Jayne Edmonston. Kerry Galizio, Cathy Grady, and Coach Miss Leoffler. Getting lost . . . First gong show . . . high shool dances . . . Win- ning Girl ' s }.V. basketball Dee- Dee making Varsity . . . Band exchange concert to Vermont . . . ' I can ' t understand why we, as the freshman class, lost the Tournament of Plays, can you? ' 12 Freshman Execulivp Board: (back row) Claire Myers. Robyn Levine. Doug Proctor. Chris Jennings. Nan(. (;r.irin, Rosannc Si.hwarl Corinne Tobin. |ean Climo, Regina Cotlam, Kalhy Grady. Advisor: Miss Neal. Maureen Grady. |eanne O ' Neill, Bill Quallrucci. Paul Carter. Girl ' s Chorus; (back row) Renee Yaffee, Georgette Mason, Bernadette Mason, Mary-Ann Young, Karen Wallace, Jean DiGiampietro. Carol Smith, Sharon Something, Hayley Freedman, Heidi Freedman, Karen Blacker, Nancy Simon, Lisa Sousa, (Front) Lynne Neville, Janet Hunkeler, Gail Jones, Chris Jennings, Susan Kane, Margaret Kiddy, Denise Linihan, Roxanne Armstrong, Nancy Sweeney, Patti Whyte. F ACULT A I U L T y " The mdn who Cdn mdke hdrd things easy is the educator, " EMERSON DR. FRANCIS ADAMS Coord.. Lang. Arts DR. WILLIAM ANDREWS Guidance MR. HERBERT ALPOEL Math MR. STANLEY BARAC Eng. Drwng. MRS. BARBARA BATCHELDER Phys. Ed. A new look in phys. ed.: electives, including classwork in health education! r 1 MRS KAREN BEN|AMIN For l.ang. MR DONALD BERNIER Bus. Ed. MR WILLIAM BERRY For. Lang. MISS CLAIRE BOUIN For. Lang. MR. lAMES BOUSHELL Bus. Ed. MRS. BEVERLY BUCKLIN Home Ec. " He teaches who gives and he learns who receives. " EMERSON MR. WARNER BUCKLIN Soc. Slud. MISS ANNACARREIRO For. Lang. MISS JANE CARROLL Home Ec. MR. EDWARD CABRAL Dir.. Math I MRS. MARYANN CASSERLY Home Ec. MR. lOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN En lLsh MR. RONALD CHRISTIANSON Music MR lOSEPH CIARDI Ind. Arts MR LEONARD CIDADO Science 19 MR. JOHN DOWNS Math MR. DONALD EDMONSTON Social Studies ' ' Shall I tell you the secret of the true scholar? It is this: Every man I meet is my master in some point, and in that I learn of him. " EMERSON 22 MISS MARIANNE ELLIS Math MR. WILLIAM FEDORA Science MR. LEONARD FINN Dir Ind Arts MRS. MICHELLE FOLEY Dir. Phys. Ed. MRS. RHONDA GILBERT Math m J MISS I.INDA CI.OVKR MR lAMKS C.OKMI.RY S(i(„ Slud MR CHARLES GREEN Soc. Stud. " The office of the scholar is to cheer, to raise, and to guide men by showing them facts amidst appearances. " EMERSON IRS. CHtKYL GkhNNIIML. 30C. Stud. MRS. ELLEN GRIFFIN Home Ec. MISS lUDITH HAMILTON English MR. RICHARD HART Science MISS MAUREEN HERRERA Science t ■ . MR. MICHAEL HOMER English MRS. KATHLEEN HUNT Home Ec. V MR. CHARLES HOMER Ind. Arts 7 MR. GARY HYI.A nRR Sue. Slud- MR PHfl.IP lACOBACCl " Finally, education alone can conduct us to that enjoynnent which is, at once, best in quality and infinite in quantity. " MANN MR. JOHN KEEPEL Occ. Ed. MR. BRUCE JACKMAN Phys. Ed. MRS. THEA KAUFFMAN Science MR. PETER KMIEC Ind. Arts 24 MRS lANETKROL M.ilh MRS KATHERINE LATNER Reading MR DALE LAVELLE Dir. For. Lang. MR DONALD LEGROW Coord. Fine Arts MRS. lOYCE FERULLO-LEWIS For. Lang. MR. ROBERT LYNCH Soc. Stud. MR. PETER MACCINI MISS ISOBEL MACINTYRE MRS. DOROTHY MACQUOWN Science Dir. Home Ec. Special Ed. MR. ARTHUR MCCARTHY MR. EDWARD MCCARTHY MR |OSEPH MCDONALD MR FRANCIS MCLELLAN MR. THOMAS MEDEIROS DisI.Ed. Soc. Stud. Soc. Stud. English Art V MR. JOSEPH POWERS Physical Education MS. PATRICIA QUINN Reading MR. JOSEPH QUIGLEY Special Education MRS. PATRICIA REIDY Business Education MRS. MINNA RICHMOND Director of Business Education MR. FRANCIS SANTORO Foreign Language MR. ANTHONY SARNO Science MISS CHERYL SHUCARS English " The better part of every man ' s education is that which he gives hinnself. " J. R. LOWELL 28 DR. MARGARET SORENSON Coord.. Science MR. THEODORE SPACK Industrial Arts MR. SUMNER TAPPER English " He is yet a scholdr, fhdn which kind of mdn there is nothing so simple, so sincere, none better. " PLINY DR.GUYTARDANICO Coord., Career and Occup. Education MR. ROSS THOMPSON Science MR. NUNO VIEIRA Foreign Languaj c MR. WILLIAM WALSH Industrial Arts MRS. KATHRYN WARREN English MRS. BARBARA WATERHOUSE Home Economics MISS JANE WELCH Guidance MR. PETER A. WILLIS Dir.. Art and Tech. Drawing MR. CARLTON CORMIER With sincere regret but with grateful appreciation we acknowledge the retire- ment of Mr. A. Peter Willis and Mr. Carlton Cormier after decades of dedicated service to the students of Stoughton High. May they each be blessed with many years of well- deserved rest. " Consider that I labored not for myself only, but for all them that seek learning. APOCRYPHA r i. ' J MR. STEPHEN- WOODRUFF Math MRS. MARIANNE WEDDLETON English MR. lONZEELAND Science MR. DALE LaVELLE Principal 1980 MR. ALBERT TWOMEY Principal 1979-1980 DEDICATION The 1980 Slotonian proudly dedi- cates its faculty section to Mr. Arthur L. Penardi, a lifelong resi- dent of Stoughton and himself, a graduate of Stoughton High. Mr. Penardi retired this year after more than three decades of service to the Stoughton School Department, mostly as assistant principal. This is the third time that the Sto- tonian has been dedicated to Mr. Penardi. The 1968 edition expresses our feelings too. " At Stoughton High, generations of students nave come to know him for his fairness, equanimity under pressure, and his genial personality, if anyone is truly for the " kids ' it is our assistant principal! " MR. ARTHUR PENARDI Assistant Principal MR. ROBERT McLAUCHLIN Adminislralive Assistant lo (he Principal MR lAMES BOUSHELL MR. THOMAS McUERMOTT MR. lEROMECULLEN MR. GEOFFREY FANNING Interim Assistant Principal Coordinator of Library Serv ices Manager of Attendance Center Manager of Attendance Center Director of Athletics MR. RAYMOND O MAIXEY MRS. MARCELYN CURRY School Nurse 1980- MRS MARTHA MacNEVlN Guidance Secretary- 30 MRS DORIS BAMBERG Secretary- Miss ANN FALLON Secretary MRS LADYBIRD SMITH Aide MR. WILLIAM HAYWARD (Kojack) STOUCH TON SCHOOL COMMIT I KH Mr. John Donnelly, Mr. William Dincen. Mrs. Rosana Molinari. Mr. Kenneth Hill. Mrs. Inanne Blom- strom. The 1979-1980 school year brought about many changes in the administrative staff. Mr. Aibeirt Twomey who had been interim high school princi- pal since the middle of last year has become Administrative Assistant School-Community Rel- ations. The new principal of the high school is Mr. Dale LaVelle, former director of the Foreign Lan- guage department. On the retirement of Mr. Arthur Penardi, Mr. James Boushell became acting assist- ant principal of the High School. Mr. Boushell moved from his teaching post in the Business Edu- cation Department. Mr. Geoffry Fanning, who was the high school Attendance Officer, transferred to the Junior High School to become Admininistrative Intern, and was replaced by Mr. Jerome Cullen. Before being named Attendance Officer, Mr. Cullen was phys- ed instructor. . ALBERT TWOMEY ministrative Assistant DR. GUYTARDANICO Career Ed. Project Director MR. PAUL LECLAIRE Supervisor of Educational Services MR. NEILDOHERTY Manager of Financial Affairs 31 6 Ci(k6i Of lf80 In behalf of the Stoughton School Committee, I wish to congratulate the Class of 1980 on the completion of their high school education. The School Committee and the Stoughton School Department feel that they have provided you v ith a quality edu- cation. You are now prepared for whatever future endeavors you so desire to pursue whether it be in the area of future educa- tion or immediate employment. We feel that this educational foundation will be of great value to you in your future plans. Sincerely, . r ,, . Chairman Stoughton School Commltte Congratulations on your graduation from Stoughton High School. On behalf of the school administration, teachers and staff, I wish to extend our best wishes on this happy occasion. By your individual efforts you have made your family, relatives and friends very proud of you. I am sure at this juncture in your educational career you are aware that learning is a lifelong process. This is not a new idea. It is, however, a concept that has taken on a new urgency in the 1980 ' s. You must develop to the fullest your intellectual and human potential in order to direct the quality of your personal and social life. To achieve this you must be highly motivated and persistent, sensitive in your relationship with others, and imbued with the desire to make a contribution to the society in which you live. Thank you for the many kindnesses you have extended to me and for the contribution you have made to the school depart- ment. May the days and years ahead be filled with happiness. Sincerely John G. Murray, " td.D. Superintendent of Schools Congratulations! You have completed your secondary school education and will enter the world of higher education or the world of work. Since you were prepared for this day at Stoughton High School, you have the base upon which you can meet the competition and succeed. This base will give you the edge needed in the BO ' s. For this, you can point with pride to your school and commu- nity. However, the central figure in the pursuit of success is you. You are the one who must put it together. You are the one who must cultivate the base and develop the edge. You are the one who must compete. You are the one who, in the final analysis, must work for this success. In other words, you must put it in motion. 1 A — We have confidence in you and congratulate you on your past efforts. incer y, Oj yCe - ' ' - Best wishes to you all for good health and happiness in the future. ALBERT J. TWOMEY ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, SCHOOL-COMMUNITY RELATIONS On this momentous occasion, I consider it a privilege and an honor to wish you my sincerest and warmest congratulations. Congratulations and thanks must also be extended to your families and the community, in general, for the many sacrifices they have made and the unstinting support they have given to Stoughton High School on your behalf. The senior high school staff has attempted to provide you with the best education possible to meet your own personal needs and those demands which will be placed upon you by society. Hopefully, during these past few years you have come to realize that education is a never-ending learning process; and that by constantly striving to do your best, you will attain the level of self-respect, confidence and maturity that is a sign of excel- lence. May the joy and happiness you feel today carry over into your future careers — whether you enter directly into the market- place or continue on to higher education. Let today be the first day of the rest of your life. Seize it and wring every ounce of enjoyment from it. You earned it. I hope the years ahead reflect upon you and the community the potential excellence of which you are capable. Best wishes and best of luck in meeting the exciting challenges of the future. Sincerely " aJisL " l jJ Xj- 32 Dale P. LaVelle Principal Stoughton High School CLASS OF 1 980 OFFICERS AND ADVISOR Paul Carter President TO THE CLASS OF 1980: Being president of the class of 1980 has given me a great opportunity to work with my fellow classmates. It has also given me great pleasure to know that there were so many members of the class willing to put in the time and effort to make class activities a big success. We were willing to try new activities such as t he Roast Beef Supper. None would have been successful if it were not for the cooperation of the class members. I would like to thank the other class officers, both past and present for their dedication to the class. I would also like to express our apprecia- tion to Miss Neal for her support. Finally, I wish each member of the class of 1980 good luck in future endeavors. Sincerely, Paul Carter President WiJtL HI Mike Molinari Vice-President Susan Bruce Treasurer Maureen Grady Secretary " I can ' t wait for this day to end. " (Donna Nue, Terry Stewart, Wendy Fuld.) Miss Kathryn Neal Advisor TO THE CLASS OF 1980: It has been a long and winding road you have traveled to reach your desti- nation — graduation. The path was often rocky and difficult to climb but you had the spirit and determination to overcome these obstacles and achieve most of your goals. I am proud to say that I was part of your journey and hope that we can continue to share experiences as you follow your own individual routes in the future. A special thank you is extended to the officers and other dedicated work- ers of your class who helped to make your journey through Stoughton High School successful and enjoyable. Fondly, Kathryn M. Neal Advisor 34 SENIOR CLASS EXECUTIVE BOARD 1980 (Front) Rich McGrath, Mike Reardon, (second) Steve Hoffman. Phil D ' Alessandro. Steve Quat- trucci. Bob Bunson. Bill Quattrucci. (third) Corinne Tobin. Scott Lane. Ken Boudreau. Terri McLaughlin. Suzanne Still. Jean DiGiampietro. Tina Rose. |oan Clifford, (Rear) Martha Lynch. Mic- helle Yankauckas, Karen Walsh, Cheryl Ducey, Clara Zadra, Nancy Farrell, Lynda McLeod, Sandy Barber, Karen Blacker, Pam Camera. (Front) Maureen Grady. Sue Bruce. (Second) Donna Noe. Marjorie Harlow. Karen Lorenz. Terri Stewart. Lisa Francioso. (Third) Beth Dunne, Vicki McDermott, Kathy Parker. Michelle Pinaud. Kathy Grady. Kerry Galizio. Nancy Gearin, Chris Costello. (Rear) Diane Hart. Mary Beth Coughlin, Maureen Coughlin. Paul Galanis. Paul Carter. Mike Molinari. 35 DIANE M. ALLEN BEATY AGUIAR VICTORIA A. ALEXANDER RONALD L. BAETA BEATY AGUIAR Beaty, Speedy, Aunt B. . . . unpredictable, gullible, talkative . . . Peeves: phonies, making decisions, Mac ' s . . . Rolling Stones, The Cars, " Let the good times roll " . . . The Bradford, B-time, skiing, summer of ' 79 . . .plans to enjoy life and travel. VICTORIA ALEXANDER Vicky . . . loud, friendly, sarcastic . . . Favorites: Styx, Eagles, field hockey ... to go to college and be happy . . . Memories: 10 1 79 Bradford Hotel. 11 12 79 Billy Joel. DEBRA ANN ALLEN Debbie . . . moody . . . Peeve: prejudiced people . . . Favorites: Earth, Wind and Fire, tacos, pizza ... to become CPA and be happy . . . Memories: Keith 4 23 78, Liz, Tracy, Yvonne. DIANE MARIE ALLEN Quiet, moody, Gemini, quick-minded . . . Peeve: prej- udiced people . . . Parliament . . . Earth, Wind and Fire . . . CPA ... to get married and be rich . . . Tracy, Peter, Reg, Yvonne. CELESTINO ARGUDIN Tino " the Cuban " . . . crazy, out of this world . . . hates Foxboro High . . . likes girls, soccer, music, dance and people. RONALD L. BAETA Ronnie . . . quiet, easygoing . . . Peeve: Superstars . . . Favorites: Outlaws 11 28 79, public places, causing havoc . . . " Hey John " . . . plans to be successful. JANE M.BAILEY Hane . . . Peeves: work, looking twelve . . . The Brad- ford . . . B-time . . . The chomper . . . getting lost with Terry . . . " Let the good times roll " . . . " ishcalata- beeta " . . . skiing . . . 12 8 78 . . . morning strolls. DEBRA A. ALLEN CELESTINO ARGUDIN JANE M. BAILEY 36 MELISSA A. BAILEY SANDRA ANN BARBER JEAN M. BARRETT RENDA GAIL BEAUREGARD RUTH-ANN BALL DAVID BARBATO MELISSA BAILEY Missy . . . sensitive, mysterious, unpredictable . . . Peeve: two-faced people . . . Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Who ... to live forever . . . Jimmy ' s people, Outlaws. Aerosmith, parties at Plana, keep riding. DAVE BARBATO Found in B-105 . . . thank you, Mr. Green, for 4 years of track . . . thank you, Walshy ... to go to college and be a printer. LAWRENCE N. BARBELL Larry . . . friendly, outgoing . . . Peeve: no time to run . . . college, occupation in computers . . . winter track. SANDRA ANN BARBER Sandy . . . friendly, easygoing . . . cruisin ' with Marie, purple, " bye guys " , Ronnie, 7 31 79 . . . Peeve: snobs . . . friends forever with Jeannie B. . . . Plans: career in business . . . Bee Gees . . . forever and always with Ron. ELIZABETH C. BARRETT Shorty . . . quiet, moody, aware . . . liars, cheaters . . . Earth, Wind and Fire, lasagna ... let brotherly love continue . . . college . . . memories with Deb, Joyce, Peter, Ronnie . . . my sister Shelley . . . love and thanks to Aunt Barbara and Verdell. JEAN MARIE BARRETT Jeanne, Weiner . . . good times with Deb, Paula, Helen . . . friendship with Sandy and Barb forever . . . Peeve: short jokes . . . plans to be happy and be a nurse. BARBARA ANN BATES Bebo . . . exceptionally unusual, utterly confused . . . Favorites: Frampton 7 27 79, " yo! " . . . Plans: to be famous . . . the MG with Linda and Jeanette, Bunchy, Mac and Bean . . . " Thank you all! " BRENDA GAIL BEAUREGARD Gail . . . weight-conscious, busy, friendly . . . the neighborhood, parties down the place, Molsons, Bill, picnics on Moose Hill, James Taylor, Bob Seger ... to go to college, be successful . . . Peeve: no free time. LAWRENCE N. BARBELL ELIZABETH C. BARRETT BARBARA ANN BATES GEORGE L. BERDOSJR. 37 PAUL B. BISHOP KAREN H. BLACKER KIM BERGGREN JAMES S. BERNSTEIN STEVEN BLYE KIM BERGGREN Friendly, outgoing . . . Peeve: prejudiced people, try- outs . . . " Anybody wanna party? " " Still, ... to go to college . . . field hockey, softball, Doobie Brothers Concert ' 79. JAMES BERNSTEIN Bernie . . . talkative, easygoing . . . Peeves: 11 21 77, ignorant people ... 3 years here, 2 as preppy ... to live comfortably . . . college is a must, Syracuse. DAVID J. BEZARRO Dave . . . friendly, easygoing . . . Peeve: fork lifts . . . 11 6 78 . . . friends . . . " Boom, Boom, out go the lights " . . . college ... be happy. PAULB. BISHOP " Bish " . . . athletic, crazy, quiet sometimes . . . Peeve: cats . . . Favorites: hockey, soccer, pizza, computers, " dumb luis, " " the borons " . . . Plans: college, com- puter programmer . . . Memories: making the soccer tournament for the first time. CATHY BITTO Cat . . . sensitive, quiet, easy to get along with . . . Peeve: snobs . . . Styx . . . dancing . . . Hampton Beach . . . " what ' s the matter? " . . . Halloween of ' 78 with Beth and Jean . . . 4 3 78, 5 1 78 . . . Jimmy ' s Junior Prom . . . talks with Leslie . . . Plans: to be successful, to be with Jimmy . . . thanks, Mom and Dad. KAREN H. BLACKER Sensitive, honest, friendly . . . Peeves: phony people, cliques . . . going to college, being successful, just being happy . . . the Jr. Prom, good friends, special times with Eljay, Ali, Marie and Pam. NEAL D. BLOOD Neal . . . easy going . . . takin ' it as it comes . . . Favor- ites: skiing . . . unemployed . . . " Hey, I ' m bad " . . . steak and donuts . . . Akimbo . . . Peeve: Roxie ' s ... to ski the Raven and leave Matt in a snow bank. STEVEN J. BLYE Steve . . . friendly, generous . . . people who want you to drive them somewhere when you want to go somewhere . . . found at Jimmy ' s Market . . . " Stair- way to Heaven, " Zeppelin . . . veterinarian. CAROLYN A. BONARRIGO Cal . . . sensitive, friendly, fun-loving . . . road trips, nothing to do . . . treasures times with Danny, Chi- nese food with Sue, good times with Jean and Karla, Lisa ' s parties . . . down the circle with Danny, John, Sue . . . turn the page ... be a secretary, happy. CATHY BITTO NEAL D. BLOOD CAROLYN A. BONARRIGO 38 SUSAN BRADBURY LEITTA R. BROOKS KATHRYN L. BOYLE KAREN BRACCHI SUSAN L. BRUCE KENNETH BOUDREAU Ken, Foot . . . humorous, easygoing . . . Peeves: home- work, essays, modern fiction . . . Favorites: Aeros- mith, Boston, Van Halen, pizza, ultimate. Commons . . . Plans: college . . . Memories: skiing, drive-in, jun- ior class trip. KAREN M. BRACCHI Philosopher . . . artistic . . . crowded hallways . . . disco dancing, water colors, art, " Eight is Enough, " " You are not accepted until you accept yourself " . . . Bald Soprano 77-78, crowded lockers, crutches — 78, gym excuses . . . thanks to Mom, Dad and Maria. SUSAN BRADBURY Sensitive, friendly, aloof . . . Peeve: gossipy people . . . Wow! . . . weightlifting in gym. Sabbath, Nazar- eth, Todd Rundgren, Utopia . . . found at Westgage Lanes and Fields Park . . . " Think about it " . . . Rain- bows. LEITTA R. BROOKS Outgoing, lively, funny, down to earth . . . Peeves: prejudiced people, people who say my name wrong . . . Earth, Wind, and Fire, " Lady ' s Night, " history, ' Cut it out! ... to go to college, a lawyer . . . Summer of ' 78, going out with my good friends . . . 8 11 79. SUSAN L. BRUCE Sue . . . optimistic, impulsive . . . Wendy ' s and Corin- ne ' s friendship . . . park 227, Scusset . . . the accident . . . " gooey " . . . my debut . . . lost n ' Boston . . . shhh . . . the neighbors . . . soph doubles . . . 2:07 . . . Boston House . . . laughing fits . . . riunite . . . man the life boats . . . Egg McAngles . . . PJ party talks . . . purple fluff . . . treasures family, two big sisters. LISA GALEBUCKLIN Lisa B. . . . quiet, indecisive, deceiving ... 8 years with Joan . . . cheering, postering . . . Flying Horse- teeth, Goose Eggs . . . looking forward to " Whiskey from the Sea " . . . Deer at Ed ' s . . . Peeve: Bucky ... to marry money. ROBERT BRAHM KEVIN BROWN V- LISA G. BUCKLIN 39 PAMELA CAMARA LYNNE C. CAMPBELL ROBERT BUNSON BARBARA BUOB JOSEPH A. CARLOS ROBERT BUNSON Bobby . . . lazy, optimistic . . . playing basketball artd tennis . . . getting lost all over the East Coast . . . Iron Man Streak . . . Plans: to go to college. BARBARA M. BUOB Quick-tempered, impulsive . . . Neil Young, J. Geils, lessons learned, banking the 8, 90 proof. Zag . . . " give us a break! " , the " good " side, dentistry, love to Ken, thanks mum and daddy-o. PAMELA CAMARA Pam, Spammie, Isabel . . . Peeves: prejudice . . . band . . . Spanish A-hour, track, lunch by the garbage ... to be an architect. DIANE MARIE CAMERON " All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream. " EDGAR ALLEN POE LYNNE C. CAMPBELL Spacey, loves to party . . . Peeve: getting up in the morning . . . Zeppelin, Teenage Wasteland, Bad Com- pany . . . " nice " ... to travel . . . Summer of ' 79 ... Marx ' s . . . 10 19 79 Cathy ' s wedding . . . Times in the Converts . . . " Finally outa here. " JOSEPH A. CARLOS Peeve: no buzz, ISS, Scruffy . . . Favorites: Styx. Sab- bath, football . . . Marine corps . . . travel . . . 11 10 79 ...11 12 79, glad to be out. PAUL JAMES CARTER P.C. . . . basketball, baseball . . . special thanks to Mr. John P. Hall . . . tracking, Bible class . . . night at Knollsbrook, once in November . . . Mr. Berry, Mr. Gormley . . . Peeve: host teams, the system . . . Sky- nyrd, Tull . . . Doobies, 8 25 79 ... to be a lawyer . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. PAUL FRANCIS CALLAHAN JR. DIANE MARIE CAMERON MARIO CARDOSO PAUL JAMES CARTER 40 JOHN E. CHISHOLM JOAN DENISE CLIFFORD ERNIE COLETTI ROBIN CHEVERIE Rob, Robie . . . Peeve: snobs and ignorant people, Cheaptrick and Styx . . . found with Ann, Allison, Terri, and Cheryl . . . school dances with Diane and Bonni . . . Red Sox games with Gina . . . Plans: to go to college. JOHNE. CHISHOLM Peeves: Chevy ' s, lunches, history, 500-word compos- itions . . . Favorites: 2:09, shop, Cadillacs, " we ' re outa here " ... go into construction. JOAN DENISE CLIFFORD Quiet, independent, happy ... 8 years with Lisa ... 4 14 79, 8 25, Prom . . . Flying Horseteeth, Goose Eggs . . . looking forward to " Whiskey from the Sea " . . . Boulogne! . . . okay . . . Peeve: uncaring people ... to live on cruise ships. JEAN MARIE CLIMO Slimo . . . always smiling, outgoing, sneaky . . . " Porker " . . . treasured memories with David . . . spe- cial memories of my sister Pat . . . Maine with Turk, Nancy, and David . . . Scusset Beach with David, Cathy, Jimmy and the little girl . . . Homecoming. ERNIE COLETTI Easy-going . . . Peeve: the system . Kinks . . . found with the characters college. Favorites: The . Plans: to go to JOSEPH M. COLLINS Joe . . . quiet . . . football and basketball teams ... 8 19 78 Chris . . . Peeve: English . . . " checkers " ... to go to college. RICHARD M. CHURCHILL JEAN MARIE CLIMO JOSEPH M. COLLINS 41 BRIAN CONNOR MARIA F. CORREIA JAMES E. COSTA REGINA COTTAM BRIAN P. CONNOR " The Borons " . . . French III . . . skiing Loon Moun- tain . . . Cheap Trick, Surrender . . . Plans: to go to Bentley College as a business major. JAMES N. COOPER Jim, Jimbo . . . Favorites: computer programming, " I shall return, " mystery meat, " Saybemo " . . . Gong Show, Youth Chorus. MARIA F. CORREIA Tina . . . calm, quiet . . . Peeves: smoking, violence . . . ping-pong. " You Light Up My Life, " fruit, secretarial work ... " I had a pleasant four years. " DENISE M.COSTA Denise . . . quiet, intuitive . . . Peeve: writing, espe- cially letters and essays . . . New Wave, Pretty Vacant, " meow, " " We mean it man! " , Lydon ' 77 . . . Gong Show and the Unknown Cabbage . . . college and a career in advertising . . . Obrigado pai e mae. CHRISTINE A. COSTELLO Chris . . . mischievous, crazy . . . cheering and gym- nastics with Vickie and Beth . . . visit China with MaryBeth ... P ' s cottage . . . Aunt Judy . . . " gooey " . . . t-papering, " the girls " . . . the shattered rock with Vic . . . Telp talks with Vickie . . . 8 19 78 — Joe, X and Checkers, April Fool ' s Day ' 78 . . . travel . . . work with children. MARY ELIZABETH COUGHLIN Marybeth . . . friendly, crazy, happy . . . good times with friends . . . Aunt Judy, Chinese with Chris, Big Blue, Fanueil Hall . . . " runnin ' reds " . . . summer of ' 78. Doobies, Bad Co., 7 21 79 . . . " scenery " . . . 10 19 79 ... to be a nurse. DENISE COSTA CHRISTINE A. COSTELLO MARY ELIZABETH COUGHLIN 42 MAUREEN ANN COUGHLIN BONNIE R. DAVIDSON R. MATTHEW CULLEN STEPHEN A. CUNHA CHERYL A. DAVIS MAUREEN ANN COUGHLIN Mo . . . Mr. Sarno and Student Council, Stage Band with Lyn, Bermuda . . . subs on Blue Hills, waterme- lon candy, hayride. Mo and Bo . . . 46, " Always and Forever, " 9 30 78, Paul . . . Homecoming, my family . . . college. R. MATTHEW CULLEN Matt . . . talkative, friendly . . . Friday night hockey, 75 below on Gunstock . . . baseball, skiing . . . unbe- lievable, the crown . . . Supertramp . . . blades, U.N.H. STEVEN F. CURRY Steve . . . quiet, resourceful . . . found on the golf course . . . " Ah, Could Be " . . . architecture . . . girls talking and blocking the halls. PHILIP A. D ' ALESSANDRO Phil . . . gullible, friendly, easy going, talkative . . . Peeve: Not enough time . . . remembers American Studies and the great plays and musicals ... to go to college and become a dentist, be happy and success- ful .. . thanks for everything. BONNIER. DAVIDSON Bon ... an unlimited field of modesty . . . Favorites: Meatloaf, " Sometimes When We Touch " , " jHola!, i Como Estas? " . . . Plans: health, happiness and suc- cess . . . Memories: 4 14 79, New York City, summer theatre . . . thanks Mom, Dad, and Jodi. BRIAN K. DAVIS Friendly, sarcastic, late . . . Paula 12 10 77 ... the crown, lightbulbs, skiing . . . Peeve: seized engines, foulpoles ... J. Ceils, Doobie Brothers ... to be suc- cessful. CHERYL ANNE DAVIS Friendly, optimistic, content . . . Peeve: waiting when in a hurry ... Go Godzilla, lasagna . . . travel . . . Long Island, Maine, Phoenix, summers of " 78 and ' 79 . . . to be content. PAMELA C. DAYNES Pam . . . Peeves: " Where ' s Jeanne? " stabbed in the back, family arguments . . . excellent memories of Onset Island, a green sailboat, Doobies, Canada, Ber- muda, B109. T + c, " Muck and Myer, " Eagles, great times with my better half . . . commercial artist. PHILIP A. D ' ALESSANDRO BRIAN K. DAVIS PAMELA C. DAYNES 43 CHRISTOPHER I. DICKINSON KEVIN DOHERTY MARIA RITA DeAGUIAR PAULA DeGREGORIO DEBORAH DONOVAN MARIA RITA DEAGUIAR Rita . . . moody, sentimental, determined . . . Peeve: people who don ' t care ... to get married and have a successful life . . . sixteen, library, summertime, spe- cial people. 7 19 79. falling in love with Tony . . . hoje e sempre. PAULA J. DEGREGORIO Sensitive, temperamental, determined . . . Peeve: waiting . . . Bad Company. Led Zeppelin. AC-DC. " Brain Death ' " . . . trips at the bowling alley, summer of ' 79 with John 6 9 79. space invaders . . . I ' ve come a long way. but with an even longer way to go. lEFFDELMONICO Peeve: pigs and no buzz . . . Favorites: Rolling Stones . . . Plans: college . . . Memories: the Who concert with Chris. CHRISTOPHER J. DICKINSON Chris . . . shy. introvert . . . Favorites: J. Ceils. " Yo! " . . . Plans; to go to college . . . Memories: steak and donuts. J. Geils. " Akimbo. " JEAN DIGIAMPIETRO Shy. sensitive, sarcastic . . . " ZOOF " . . . good times with Tina and Chris . . . Peeve: getting up early . . . " Think-you " . . . lost near Ames Pond . . . good ol ' Nesh ... to be an accountant, married and happy. KEVIN DOHERTY Likes to laugh . . . girls, sports . . . Peeves: slow walk- ing in the hallway, homework . . . Plans: hope to go to college, major in communications. MARGARET DOHERTY Margie . . . Peeve: slow moving people . . . Favorites: Pink Floyd. " Us and Them " ... to make the most out of life . . . B-second basement. DEBBY DONOVAN Sweet, gullible, sensitive . . . Peeve: diets, saying goodbye . . . 10 15 78. 9 30 79. " Yes " concerts with Cathy, partying at Jimmies. Bob Seger. turn the page. JEANETTE T. DONOVAN Jess . . . friendly, sensitive, mischievous . . . Deca. Marx ' s, hanging. Poopsy, laughing, parties in the summer, my all-time best friend . . . Peeve: mopping floors at Mr. G ' s . . . good times in Connecticut and more to come ... to go to California. JEFFREY DELMONICO 1 JEAN M. DiGIAMPIETRO MARGARET R. DOHERTY JE VNETTE T. DONOVAN 44 ROBERT F. DONOVON CHERYL A. DUCEY BETH CARTER DUNNE M JILDOXTADER A- )AMES P. DOYLE JIL DOXTADER Forgetful, outspoken . . . Peeves: prejudiced people, sewing, cats, liars . . . Amaretto, New York . . . Randy 6 7 77, " If you love something, set it free, if it comes back to you, it ' s yours, if it doesn ' t, it never was. " JAMES DOYLE Kind, considerate . . . Peeve: school . . . bowling, clam chowder, history ... to have a date with the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders . . . Chess Club. JOHN DOYLE Peeve: those nasty little sea creatures found in ocean motion . . . skiing . . . make money with little educa- tion. BETH CARTER DUNNE Summer of ' 77 . . . Aunt Judy . . . only the good die young . . . P-town . . . Halloween ' 78, Cathy, Jeanne, wild woman . . . cheering and gymnastics with Chris and Vickie, " pork chops " ... go to college. GIGI YVETTE DUPONT Humorous, sensitive . . . Favorites: Styx, Pauline ' s house, clowns . . . Paul 2 3 79, family 7 18 77, Dad 4 3 74, working with Mac and Pauline . . . married and be happy, Cathy ' s friendship, thanks Mom. IRENE A. DWYER Irene . . . friendly . . . Peeve: waiting for something to do, gym . . . Favorites: Lynyrd Skynyrd, Chinese food. Oh ya? . . . Plans: to travel and be happy with Tim . . . Memories: good times with Kelly, Timmy 7 77, Jimmie ' s Market. MARY ELLEN EAGAN Mel, Merln . . . Peeves: " in town, " poindexters . . . swim team bus rides, getting lost, four wins . . . camp . . . skiing . . . Cinderella . . . green . . . dreams of a pool. JOHN J. DOYLE RICHARD M. DUGAN GIGI Y. DUPONT MARY ELLEN EAGAN 45 RORY G. EASTMAN JAYNE F. EDMONSTON PAMELA L. ELLISON LINDA D. ENSIN DAVID R. FARRELL LEE FENTON RORY EASTMAN Easygoing, humorous, quiet . . . Peeves: brown nosers, Big Heads, strict mothers . . . Favorites: Roll- ing Stones, aqua lung, motorcycling, wrestling, water skiing . . . Plans: college, enjoy life, summers on the Cape. JAYNE F. EDMONSTON Jayne . . . sensitive, quiet, friendly, moody . . . sum- mers in Harwich . . . talks with Kerry and Karen . . . Special . . . basketball . . . Peeve: knee injuries, saying good-bye, waiting . . . " Oh my God! " . . . Billy Joel 11 12 79 . . . treasures family, thanks for everything Dad . . . hopes to find total happiness in life. LINDA D. ENSIN Binda . . . Peeve: people who nag . . . B-time, Bradford Hotel, morning strolls, breakfast . . . The Cars, Ber- muda, wild chase through the swamp, Port party, Fleetwood Mac, getting lost. SCOTT EWING Huey . . . friendly, easygoing . . . snobs . . . " Ya right " . . . Scusset Beach, parties at Bridgewater, skiing in Maine, Blue Hills, a date with someone special Night of ' 79 graduation . . . Plans: college. Northeastern. DAVID R. FARRELL Dave . . . quiet, athletic, quick-tempered . . . Peeve: Jim ' s Duster . . . Favorites: Aerosmith, soccer team, " bowling and ice cream " . . . Memories: shooting people on 95 with Jim, " Tails over heads any day, " Lincoln Park with Kathi 8 20 77, 9 14 79. NANCY J. FARRELL Nanc . . . quiet, friendly, always smiling . . . Bermuda with the jazz choir . . . U Mass . . . Music Dept. . . . " Not even " . . . Peeve: ignorant people . . . " Hi, it ' s me! " . . . 3 31 79 . . . S-P-E-L-L I-T S-U-E ... to be a music teacher . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. LEE FENTON Calm, cool and collective . . . aggressive, hard-work- ing . . . Peeves: jocks, disco . . . Black Sabbath, Van Halen . . . Gong Show, the bands that come to play ... If it wasn ' t for my friends I wouldn ' t have liked it as much. SCOTT EWING NANCY J. FARRELL ELIZABETH M. FERREIRA 46 t! Htf ' t VINCENT G.FOLEY HARDY FISHER LARRY FITZPATRICK LISA M. FRANCIOSO DAVE FLANAGAN Dave . . . Peeve: essays, Modern Fiction class . . . Favorites: cars, Aerosmith . . . Bob Dylan, " Stairway to Heaven, " pizza, football, frisbee. Earth Science, Biology ... to go to college, science major. KENNETH E. FOGARTY Ken . . . average, hard-w orking, friendly . . . Peeve: snobs, Monday mornings, tailgaters . . . college . . . Favorites: Fleetwood Mac, ELO, pizza, baseball, ski- ing, hockey . . . Memories: skiing in N.H. with Mike, Rick, Rich and Doug. DENISE M. FOSTER Dee Dee . . . moody . . . Peeve: Saturday and Sunday practices ... to go to college . . . Commodores, space cadets . . . Hockomock Champs ' 77-78. LISA M. FRANCIOSO Lis . . . gullible, friendly, rowdy, loud . . . cheering, dancing, parties, dances, U-day, T-papering, Nano, " wicked good, " " the girls, " " How ya ' doing!, " 10 19 79, 10 9 77 a year of good memories . . . Peeve: ear infections . . . thanks Mom and Dad ... to have a happy life. CYNTHIA S. FRANK Cindy . . . imaginative, gullible, silly . . . the ultimate diet . . . " Greek salad, no oil please, " " aurright " . . . cruisin ' with Sue . . . remember Onset Bay? July ' 78 . . . yellow bathing suit . . . boring days at Roxies . . . to find cheapest college, highest paying job ... I love you Mom and Dad. KENNETH E. FOGARTY DENISE M. FOSTER CYNTHIA S. FRANK 47 MARIE FRANKS WALTER FRAZIER HAYLEY S. FREEDMAN HEIDI FREEDMAN SAMUEL FREITAS WENDY S. FULD HAYLEY S. FREEDMAN Hazel, Silvergirl ... a little flaky . . . Peeve: jerks, . . . Howdy Doody, found at Mac ' s, nights in Boston with Donna and Chris, Nutty Buddies ... to be a medical technician, nurse . . . thanks for all the corrupting. HEIDI FREEDMAN Howdy Doody . . . really, working at the cinema, crazy times with Sue, Bickford ' s 3 79, Randy ' s party . . . Scott, Riunite, parties, chem with Karen, Doobies 10 5 79, " ushers, " memories ... to be a pediatrician. DAN FREEMAN Dan . . . easygoing, shy, mischievous . . . Peeve: work- ing late, getting caught, summer school . . . Favorites: The Who, football, hockey, " Take it easy, " Michelob ... to be a carpenter, to marry and have a nice home ... ' 78 green pickup, 2 8 78, Babe Ruth. SAMUEL FREITAS Sam . . . quiet . . . Peeve: waking up for school . . . Plans: to make money and enjoy life. WENDY S. FULD Wen . . . Sue ' s, Corinne ' s, and Sandra ' s friendship . . . " Hi, how are ya? " . . . Hyannis, lost ' n Boston, PbLt! laughing fits . . . common talk . . . 8 1 79 . . . saying goodbyes 2:07, N. Adams? . . . " The Accident " . . . Summer of ' 79 with " Sandra " . . . good ole Volvo. IRENE M. FULLERTON Irene . . . rowdy, crazy, gullible . . . Peeve: waiting . . . 6 19 79 . . . times with Jojo and Boom-Boom, Maine, Red Colt, 9 29 79 . . . " Let the good times roll " ... be a vet assistant . . . stay with Steve, thanks Mom and Dad. DAN FREEMAN mo IRENE M. FULLERTON 48 NANCY I. GEARIN PAULE. GALANIS KERRY A. GALIZIO ROBERT GAFFNEY Gaf . . . happy, friendly . . . Peeve: waiting . . . Neal Young, Hay-Hay, My-My, The Who . . . truck driver . . . Memories: the characters. PAUL E. GALANIS Athletic, sarcastic . . . football, baseball, Boz Scaggs. watermelon candy . . . Peeve: rumors, Brockton Fair ... to go to college and become very wealthy . . . Memories: dances and prom with Mo, 9 30 78 . . . very special thanks to Mom and Maureen. KERRY ANN GALIZIO Kerry, Ka . . . emotional, stubborn, loud, crazy . . . mocha shakes . . . Martha ' s Vineyard, Junior Prom . . . someone always special, 3 2 79 . . . P ' s cottage . . . Peeve: getting hurt, rumors ... " a real friend, " Aunt Judy ... to be really happy, thanks Mom and Dad. KELLY GALLAGHER Moody . . . Peeve: getting up in the morning . . . Stones, Chinese food, swimming, Art ... to go to col- lege . . . graduation parties, times spent with a special person . . . glad to get out. MICHAEL J. GALLAGHER Rutthie . . . Peeves: smoke, tying my shoes, being bummed out . . . bean, beach, borderland, special gift, Doobies, Fleetwood Mac ... to own a vet . . . the subshop, to grow a beard . . . " you ' ll get over it. " OLIVIA GARCIA Liv . . . moody, sentimental, determined . . . " Makes me sick " . . . Memories: 7 21 79 devoted to John . . . vacation . . . diamond ... to be a cosmetologist . . . Obrigado mae e pai. LISA MARIE GATELY Lis . . . moody, crazy, sentimental, always smiling . . . Peeve: cliques . . . 10 12 79 . . . STYX ... my year . . . " You ' ve Got A Friend " . . . James Taylor . . . Plans: to be a nurse . . . love and thanks to Mom and Dad. NANCY J. GEARIN Munch . . . short, emotional, outgoing . . . cheering with Wendy and Kary, 6 30 79 (717), salt-pepper shakers, " our family, " " the diseases, " special, V-day, " the girls, " t-papering, 10 19 79, green carnations . . . miles away . . . Peeve: coke, 7-2 . . . Days, Nights, and Weeks . . . the doctor . . . thanks Mom and Dad. MARY E. GIBSON Chippa . . . friendly, sensitive . . . friends with Jane . . . Lynyrd Skynard, Freebird . . . Plympton, New Hamp- shire, 1 13 79 . . . college, live a happy, healthy life . . . Larry, a very special friend . . . thanks Mom, Dad and family. MICHAEL I. GALLAGHER LISA MARIE GATELY MARY E.GIBSON 49 EDWARD MICHAEL GILES BARRY GILL ROBERT GOLDBERG KATHLEEN GRADY MICHAEL GRAINEY EDWARD M. GILES Ed, Eddie . . . friendly, crazy, outgoing, mentally unstable . . . Peeve: McDonald ' s . . . Favorites: Boston, The Knack, Cheap Trick, spring track, Gong Show: . . . theatre. Festival 78, ' 79 . . . to enter the Arts. BARRY GILL Zeppelin, Geils, Yes Concert . . . Peeves: disco. Babe Ruth . . . Memories of the characters, Halloween Phase II, hoboits and dragons . . . unique, the one and only ... to be a terrorist and or filthy rich. ROBERT GOLDBERG Bob . . . easygoing, quiet . . . Peeve: write-ups . . . Bad Company, Boston, Regina ' s II . . . college . . . Gong Show ' 79 . . . thanks. GINA N. GOUVALARIS Stubborn, crazy . . . 9:00, working, being bored . . . The Who, Bad Company, " This has to be a joke, no? " The Party . . . plans: Bermuda, college, be happy . . . times with friends, someone to forget, parties, the field . . . thanks to family and friends, we made it! KATHLEEN GRADY Kaky . . . outgoing . . . 273 Lowe . . . Moey . . . " so queer, " parties, " gooey, " P ' s cottage. Aunt Judy, Faneuil Hall, man the life boats, wishnick day . . . Norobia, soph year . . . c-hr talks with Kerry . . . good times with friends, na no . . . U-day. MAUREEN GRADY Moey . . . outgoing, sensitive . . . 273 Lowe, N. Adams? common talk, Kaky . . . sceva. Bad Co. 7 21 79 . . . parties, " booey, " Aunt Judy . . . P ' s cottage, " Nice! " Soph, year, Faneuil Hall, little blue, friends with Coe . . . slow fizz . . . " the Girls " . . . What a sin. MICHAEL J. GRAINEY Mike . . . rowdy, happy, obnoxious . . . Peeves: blue lights and warm beer . . . Favorites: before school, Foghat, the Cape, senior days at Ames, Bad Com- pany, the Who . . . " radical, " SCOTT ANDREW GREENBERG Burga . . . gullible, quiet . . . Peeve: being short, people who are one way . . . Billy Joel, " Stilleto, " Regina pizza, tennis, " Are you serious? " . . . lawyer . . . Bick- ford ' s . . . North School, IPS with Frank . . . Ruth 8 29 78, caught at deerfield, statue of liberty, the Doo- ba ' s. GINA N. GOUVALARIS MAUREEN GRADY SCOTT A. GREENBERG 50 LORI E. GREENE ROBIN M.HALL ROBERT HARRELL LORI E. GREENE Gullible, spacey . . . Peeve: braces . . . Favorites: art ... to work with small children . . . Memories: New Hampshire with Sue, Cape with the girls, space machine, summer of ' 79, Fred, 10 31 78 . . . treasures family and friends . . . glad to get out. ROBIN M. HALL Rob . . . friendly, talkative . . . hey bird! . . . Peeve: mental institutions. Barchie ' s beet soup . . . Eagles " Desperado " . . . Saturday nights at the drive-ins . . . treasures family and friends. MARJORIE M. HARLOW Margie, Pru . . . outgoing, crazy, flirtatious . . . Peeves: neat people . . . Favorites: M M ' s. ice cream, fish, home-ec ... to be successful . . . summer of ' 79, my sister, Shelly . . . thanks. Mom. ROBERT HARRELL Crazy. DIANE M. HART Red, Pink . . . crazy, friendly . . . Peeves: Reggie, brown nosers . . . Memories: Jr. Class Trip, " Tu Tu " . . . lollipops of history . . . Mac ' s, " Where ' d it all go? " . . . lost in Boston with the girls. Rocky Horror . . . B ' ford ' s . . . common talk . . . It ' s been a true learning experience. " Thanks Dad and Mom . . . " Ketcha. " PATRICIA ANN HICKEY Pat. Patty . . . outgoing, friendly . . . cheering with Terri . . . 11 4 78, Pat, skipping in Florida, Doritos. soph, doubles, " gooey, " Riunite, the lake, U-day . . . Park 227, dinners, the cottage, Wendy ' s mirror, Jac- queline, pretending, stupid point . . . treasures family and friends. STEVEN P. HOFFMAN Hoffa . . . unpredictable, moody . . . Peeves: Roxies, no parking signs ... J. Ceils . . . Gong Show — U Peo- ple .. . " What ' s up " . . . " used " . . . " Right " . . . 10 28 79 . . . Sketti Supper . . . 11 8 79 . . . Good times don ' t last forever . . . found with the Dudes. MARJORIE HARLOW DIANE M. HART STEVEN P. HOFFMAN 51 TODD HORTON DEBORAH E. HOWE LYNNE M. HOWES PHILLIP W.HUDSON MICHELLE G. lENELLO STEVEN F. IVALDI LYNNE M.HOWES Bowie . . . friendly, impatient, lazy . . . Good times with friends . . . " Still " . . . " Oh Well! " . . . Peeve: cats . . . Favorite: Jr. Prom, ' 78 champs, ' 79 Field Hockey . . . thanks, Mom and Dad . . . See ya. PHILLIP HUDSON Phil . . . grouchy, sensitive . . . Peeve: working on cars . . .Favorites: " As you can see " . . . The Best Bread . . . Plans: photographer . . . Texas, 12 9. JANET LYN HUNKELER " Hunk " . . . friendly, moody, shy, ambitious . . . Peeve: Being told what to do. Favorites: Billy Joel, Piano Man, swimming, " bummer " ... to work with children. MICHELLE IENELLO Michelle . . . crazy, friendly, unpredictable . . . Peeve: ignorant people, waiting around . . . Neil Young, like a hurricane . . . parties at Jimmy ' s Market and Avon . . . memories of 10 14 78 . . . Plans: to travel, life with Paul (later). BARBARA A. IMBRIANI Barbs . . . out to have a good time without getting caught . . . phonies, being told what " not " to do. Led Zeppelin, The Cars, Falmouth ' 79, beach, " Oh No Mr. Bill, " Riviera, jeep, skywalk, 10 27 79 . . . travel, col- lege, be happy . . . thanks, Mom and Dad. STEVEN F. IVALDI Beaver . . . easygoing, friendly . . . Peeves: French, los- ing . . . Favorites: computers, soccer, " Dumb Luis " . . . to go to college ... to travel, own my own business . . . 11 6 79 tournament. SANDEEP JAIN Chico . . . determined, shrewd, cunning . . . Peeve: dead cows in bathtubs . . . Bee Gees, " Too Much Heaven, " underwater Basketweaving, girls, " Own nothing, control everything " ... a date with Loni Anderson . . . chess teams . . . making Polish jokes. JANET HUNKELER BARBARA A. IMBRIANI SANDEEP JAIN 52 JOSE L.JARDIN TODD EDWARD JARDIN CHRISTINE A. JENNINGS WILLIAM T. JOHNSTON ELLEN CATHERINE JOSEPH CHRISTINE A. JENNINGS Chris . . . emotional, crazy . . . remembers good times with friends . . . Montreal ' 79 . . . sophomore year . . . runnin ' reds ... Big Blue . . . Bad CO., 7 21 79 ... to be a pharmacist. BRENDA JOHNSON Bren . . . quiet, friendly . . . Peeve: A-4th stairs . . . Ohio player. Faith and success equals time ... to become registered nurse . . . Sherri showing me how to thread a sewing machine . . . history with Mr. Ed. LAURIE JOHNSON Creative, friendly, outstanding . . . Peeve: inconsider- ate people . . . Favorites: Parliament Funkadelics, Rappers Delight, pizza, basketball ... to be a child psychologist. WILLIAM T. JOHNSTON Tad, S.S. . . . wild, open-minded . . . " Axe Victim, " the Kinks, the Dead, ' 79 . . . " We ' re Outa Here! " . . . brown Impala . . . Cape, camping, ski trips, Friendly ' s ... to college. ALICE M. JORDAN Al . . . sensitive, sarcastic, moody . . . Peeve: false friends . . . Favorites: " Oh God, " pizza . . . Memories: Saturday night drive-in, Brickel Road, 9 19 78 . . . Plans: " to be happy in everything I do. " ELLEN JOSEPH El . . . friendly, indecisive . . . Peeves: Ouch, " The keys are in the car, Lyn " . . . Bick ' s, ' 79 crew . . . " yes sister " . . . chased at Ames . . . Cizzy ... Jr. Prom . . . " Okay, fine " . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. SUSAN DENISE KANE Sue . . . happy, gullible, always smiling . . . Peeve: cig- arettes . . . Favorites: Barry Manilow, " Still, " playing the piano, " I want it neow! " . . . Memories: special moments with Mike, 10 21 78, Bermuda with Jazz Choir, Music Dept. . . . Kathi, Nancy, 5 17 79, " I ' m gonna miss you S.H.S.! " LAURIE JOHNSON ALICE JORDAN SUSAN D. KANE 53 DAWN MARIE KELL PAULA F. KELLY SUZANNE M. KAST KEVIN KEARNS SUZANNE M. KAST Sue . . . " Go placidly amid the noise and haste and remember what peace there may be in silence " . . . Jethro Tull, Beatles . . . Memories: Youth Chorus, chorus, violin, the hoover-no-dozes, SEMSBA, Honor Society . . . Gong Show ' 79. KEVIN KEARNS Kevin, Kat . . . Peeve: D-hour . . . Rich, Kenton island ... to own a Mercedes. the JOSEPH F. KEEN Joe . . . friendly, easygoing . . . " no problem " . . . Peeve: skiing into creeks ... J. Geils . . . steak and donuts . . . akimbo . . . college bound. DAWN MARIE KELL Dawn . . . friendly, quiet . . . Peeve: short people, jokes, curly hair . . . Bob Seger ' 78 . . . Shaw ' s scenery, pizza . . . special memories with certain someone 5 5 76 . . . Harry 10 19 79, junior year and the radicals . . . luv ya. Mom and Dad. PAULA F. KELLY Friendly, happy . . . Brian 12 10 77 . . . good times with friends . . . " gooey " . . . concerts . . . breafix . . . Honda ... Jr. Prom . . . field hockey ' 79 . . . Wishnick Day ... to reach the end of my rainbow. SEAN PATRICK KELLY Diseased . . . Peeve: last call . . . skiing, blasting, grad- uation parties up the pond ... to be rich and travel. JOSEPH F. KEEN MARK KELLY SEAN P. KELLY PHILIP KERMAN 54 KATHLEEN A. KERR MARGARET I. KIDDY WENDY S. KNOWLTON BRYAN I. KERSHAW LISAM. KERWIN STEVEN T. KOSTICK KATHLEEN A. KERR Kathi . . . optimistic, sarcastic ... I don ' t know . . . Peeve: pessimists . . . Favorites: Bee Gee ' s, 8 28 79 . . . " Lady " . . . Memories: 5 4 79, friends in gymnastics, soccer, 11 years with Sue, senior year, special times with Dave 8 20 77, 9 14 79 . . . Best of Luck to Class of ' 80. BRYAN J. KERSHAW Bryan . . . easy-going, friendly . . . The Stones, The Who, Zeppelin . . . Peeve: jump starts, cop cars . . . Favorites: hockey bus rides, Who concert and others . . . Plans: college bound. LISAM. KERWIN Liza . . . emotional, gullible, short-tempered . . . Peeve: making decisions . . . Barbra Streisand, Merv and Bing . . . Memories: Georgette, Barbara, library E-hour . . . there should be a basement for non- smokers ... to college . . . travel. MARGARET J. KIDDY Marg . . . crazy, talkative, sensitive . . . Peeve: mean people . . . " But I don ' t understand " . . . Styx . . . Bad Co. . . . Me? . . . cruisin ' . . . good times with the girls . . . A-h-h-h-h! . . . D-hr. with Penelope . . . 7 21 79 . . . Summer ' 79 ... D 3rd . . . Love ya . . . Thanks huns! ALBERT KINAN Al . . . Mr. Mystery Snake . . . Peeve: history . . . Favorites: Luv music. Rolling Stones, (Brown Sugar), baseball, pool . . . Plans: make it big! . . . Halloween night of ' 79 . . . the school lunches were always lousy! WENDY KNOWLTON Peeve: getting up in the morning, jocks, winter ... to be rich, party, California . . . Favorites: " Spare me, " " Freebird, " " White punks on dope " . . . 4 27 78 . . . Ho w ' s everything, Mr. Gormley ... ' 66 Fairlane . . . thanks. Mom. GREGORY T. KOKER Greg . . . Peeve: snobs . . . Favorites: bicycling, " I might be an idiot, but I ' m no fool, " " What ' s all this then? " . . . electronic engineering . . . always found at the computer. STEVEN T. KOSTICK Koop . . . determined . . . Peeve: those who gain with no pain, Buzzard . . . Favorites: Dallas Cowboys, Holy Cross basketball, accounting ... go to college, reach my goals . . . freshman mile champ in winter trsck PATRICK ANTHONY LACIVITA Pat . . . quiet, quick-tempered, athletic . . . " Hey Yo " . . . Peeve: The System . . . Miss M ' s Lasagne . . . bas- ketball ... To go to college and play basketball . . . Memories: Patty 11 4 78, The Doobies, Boz Scaggs, " Pretending, " the " T " in Canton . . . thanks. Mom. ALBERT KINAN GREGORY T. KOKER PATRICK A. LACIVITA 55 MICHAEL I. LaFRANCE BRENDA LALLY PAUL R. LANCIANI MARIE LANDOLFI TARYN LaPORTE SUSAN LEDWITH BRENDA L. LALLY Independent, friendly . . . Peeve: E-hour study . . . The Long Run . . . opening days at Fenway . . . Randy . . . Plans: legal secretary, dog training . . . Saturday night at the drive-ins . . . Memories: 3 years with the Business Department. PAUL LANCIANI Lance . . . super . . . Peeve: Modern Fiction . . . Boston, Eagles, Town Spa . . . football, Dream Police . . . Cheap Trick . . . aeronautics. MARIE LANDOLFI Ree Ree, Hayne . . . rowdy, chatty, friendly . . . the wholesome twosome, the mickey mouse, noodles. Black Sabbath ... to be a stewardess and to keep sane, . . . that between-the-hour smoke, Mr. B ' s E- hour, J. Ceils, Junior Prom. SCOTT M. LANE Scott, smell, yukon . . . outgoing, fun, never thinking, with the Knollsbrook clowns . . . Peeve: false friends . . . Favorites: Boston, Styx, Stairway to Heaven . . . winter and fall ' 79 . . . Cat ' 79 . . . to go to college and be a doc. TARYN lENE LAPORTE Ta . . . loud, sarcastic, smiling . . . Peeve: them . . . Vineyard ' 77, majorettes, p.j. riot, spirit, " in like, " . . . cruisin ' , 10 23 79 . . . good times with the girls . . . " Ahhh! " ... 5 yrs. with Barb . . . dental hygiene . . . my family . . . thanks, huns! DIANEJ. LAVALLE Quiet, easy going . . . snobby people . . . " Cheap Trick, " pizza, " Pop Muzik " . . . college . . . Drum Corps, Cong Show ' 78 . . . chorus with Bernadette, Georgette, Renee . . . love and thanks to Mom and Dad. SUSAN LEDWITH Happy, crazy . . . Tremblay oversleeping . . . good times with Suzanne and the gang . . . " The Home, " Copley Plaza, " Whoop those suckers! " . . . half-time, rainy movies, physical therapy . . . with love to Mom and Dad. KARL LEIF Blitz, bewildered . . . " Let ' s Hetch " . . . The Kinks . . . Peeve: last call . . . remembers a cottage in the rain. SCOTT M. LANE DIANE J. LAVALLE KARL LEIF 56 HENRY LEITAO JAMES LEONARD BRIAN LEWIS DARRELL WILLIAM LeM AR THERESA MARY LEOFFLER HANK LEITAO Hanko . . . friendly, easy going . . . Peeve: Dunkin Donuts . . . Doobies, steak and donuts . . . drive-ins. DARRELL W. LEMAR Ramon . . . found in Computer Room — 207, a great procrastinator . . . Peeve: waking up, hostile people . . . Favorites: Earth, Wind and Fire, Boogie Wonder- land, pizza, sweets, Spanish, physiology . . . future in politics . . . Memories: ' 79 summer in Mexico, Span- ish IV, Physiology. THERESA MARY FAITH LEOFFLER Terry . . . sensitive, impulsive, understanding . . . B- time on weekends only, lost at Onset, Doobie ' s Sum- mer of ' 79 . . . " Hello Officer? " . . . " Don ' t you ever, ever " . . . late for everything, 7 4 76 . . . " Can we still be friends. " JAMES M. LEONARD Taf, Jim . . . friendly, talkative, moody . . . Peeves: snobs, rumors . . . 6 30 79, J. Geils . . . 11 22 79, foot- ball, proms . . . batmobile, 11 12 79, Scusset, Har- wich 7 5-8 79, drive-ins . . . treasures family and friends . . . college . . . successful and happy. ROBIN G. LEVINE Rob . . . talkative, outgoing, " bag of, " parties . . . Peeve: T-J Maxx, rumors, forced separation from a friend . . . with Clair and Rosanne, 9 years . . . Memo- ries: first love, wet rugs, fat attacks, Wendy ' s and Tommy, a special person 1 30 79 . . . love you, Mom and Dad. BRIAN LEWIS Peeve: disco . . . Favorites: hockey, boating ... to join the Coast Guard. FRANCINE T. LIMA Fran . . . friendly, outgoing, becomes too involved . . . Peeves: backstabbers, prejudice . . . Favorites: " Always and Forever, " " Be my Girl, " basketball, journalism . . . Memories: 11 4 76, the " airplane " . . . Cheryl, C ' s, devoted to Joe . . . " Enjoy life to the ful- lest. " DENISE L. LINEHAN Pint size . . . happy, friendly, sensitive . . . Peeves: two-faced people, people who hurt others . . . Lynyrd Skynyrd, Freebird, Italian foods, football ... to marry AI, happy, healthy life . . . 11 17 79, 6 11 79. WILLIAM LOCKE Uncle Willie . . . quiet, quick-tempered . . . Peeve: hard guys ... J. Geils, must ' ve got lost, football, " look out for the pole! " . . . Plans: college, success . . . foot- ball games and many parties. ROBIN GAYLE LEVINE FRANCINE T. LIMA WILLIAM D. LOCKE 57 KAREN B. LORENZ MARTHA M. LYNCH LISA J. LODGE BYRON K. LONG BECHARA A. MAALOUF LISA J. LODGE Lu . . . talkative, loves to party . . . found at Jimmy ' s Market . . . 10 14 78, fishes . . . Outlaw s, 5 26 79 . . . " Green Grass and High Tides Forever! " . . . Led Zep- pelin and Neil Young . . . " I ' m outa here! " BYRON LONG Outspoken, outgoing . . . Favorites: Earth, Wind and Fire, seafood, several sports ... to further education and obtain a successful career . . . enjoyed school and w ill never forget the nice people. TAMMY LONG Crazy, talkative . . . Fleetwood Mac, hamburgers . . . Special Ed. teacher, Mr. McLellan and his red beard . . . Memories: biology in E102 . . . " I ' ll never forget good times with Lee-Lee, Stacky. Jonesy, Beth, Byron. " KAREN B. LORENZ Friendly, talkative, loud . . . dented fingers on V-Day, D-hr with Penelope, parties, special, slow fizz, 11 12 79, B. Joel Concert . . . long talks with Jayne, 105 " privileged, " frisbee at Scusset, M M ' s . . . friends of ' 82, lasting friendships . . . Florida, college, thanks, Mom and Dad. RICHARD JAMES LOUGHNANE Serious, easygoing, hard-working . . . Peeves: mean- ingless rules and regulations, coming to school tired . . . Favorites: pizza and the T-Bird and its big V-8 . . . to go to college . . . Memories: ski trips, work. MARTHA M. LYNCH Grinch . . . outgoing . . . Peeve: carrying dead cats . . . Kathleen 9 30 79, Troupe 2877, Charlie and Jake, 5 rifles, the big W, U-day, turkey, Santa ' s elves . . . col- lege, medical technologist . . . good luck, Lisa . . . thanks to friends. FRANK LYONS Frank . . . loud, criticizing . . . Van Halen, cars, Bea- tles, football ... to attend college . . . Vermont, band. BRUCE MACDONALD Big D ... in his front yard . . . change rings . . . Pinto, 25,000 . . . Chicataubut . . . 6 12 81 . . . many a restau- rant . . . Christmas Eve ' 79 . . . M.B.A. RICHARD J. LOUGHNANE FRANK J. LYONS BRUCE MACDONALD 58 RUTH ANNE MACKAY MICHELE MACKENZIE lOSEPH L. MACNEIL LESLEY MAKRIS KENNETH A. MANN RUTH ANNE MACKAY Ruth . . . outgoing, friendly, impatient . . . Peeve: math . . . Regina ' s pizza ... to go to college and be happy . . . Billy Joel, 11 12 79, Karen and Jane . . . football games, breakfast on Tuesdays . . . biology with Karen, Lisa, Jane . . . Scott . . . 8 29 78. MICHELE MACKENZIE Michele . . . laughing, crazy at times . . . Peeve: peas and raisins ... J. Ceils, Zeppelin, partying with the crew, B — 2nd basement, 3rd date with Joe, jelly buckets forever, Cathy ' s wild ones . . . have a future with Joe . . . Smell ya in a bleam. JOSEPH L. MACNEIL Joe Mac . . . rowdy, out in right field . . . people who misspell my last name . . . Aerosmith. " Lord of the Thighs " . . . hockey ... go to college . . . summer of ' 79 in the mobile home, " good times, bad times " in Hud ' s boat . . . Horge ' . . . Plunkett Dooba . . . bumping cars . . .9 4 79. KAREN MAHONEY Bunchy . . . crazy, mischievous, gullible . . . Peeve: snobs . . . Favorites: The Who, Freebird, " I saw that book and read that movie " . . . Plans: to be happy . . . thanks to everyone . . . Memories: E-hr. study, a read sweater, Dave, 12 25 78 a candle, looking for Mr. Fun. LESLEY MAKRIS " Well, I left my happy home to see what I could find out ... I left my folk and friends with the aim to clear my mind out . . . Well, I hit the rowdy road, and many kinds I met there, many stories told me of the way to get there. " CAT STEVENS DEBRA A. MANGONE Li ' l Debbie . . . emotional, gullible . . . Peeve: preju- diced people . . . Beatles, disco, real Chinese, karate, " be serious " . . . Model ... 3 a.m. hockey game, dumb blonde, 11 14-15 79 with Steve, being with Kim, " Where love rules — there is no will to power. " KENNETH A. MANN Ken . . . friendly, easygoing . . . Peeve: English . . . Plans: to go to college, to enjoy life and to meet new people . . . Favorites: The Cars, Steely Dan, the drive- ins, ice skating, hockey . . . the prom . . . summer with Amy . . . school is more pleasant when you ' re crazy. KAREN MAHONEY DEBRA A. MANGONE 59 LAURIE MANUEL KARLA J. MARAGLIA BERNADETTE MASON MICHAEL McCaffrey LAURIE G. MANUEL Friendly, outgoing, honest . . . Peeve: phonies, bad moods . . . New Hampshire, WEEL smiles, " Let ' s go bowling! " , James Taylor . . . swim team (Raisin Bran) . . . summer ' 79, junior year. " Pep skry. " KARLA J. MARAGLIA Crazy, moody, friendly, trusting . . . Peeve: disco and Friday lunches . . . Freebird, Van Halen, AC DC, " hey moose! " . . . Plans: to be a teacher . . . 3 11 79, 9 30 79 . . . Toast party, park days. JOHN MAROTTA John . . . moody, friendly, stubborn . . . Peeve: cliques, rumors . . . Memories: J. Geils . . . weekends. Com- mons, Scusset, drive-ins . . . Harwich July 5-8, ' 79 . . . to go to college and be happy. BERNADETTE MASON Bern, Bernie . . . quiet, athletic, sensitive, easy-going, responsible . . . Peeves: putting an elephant in a shoe box, confusion . . . Favorites: Journey, " Lovin " , Touchin ' , Squeezin ' , " Italian, track, biology, " really! " . . . elementary education . . . x-country spring track ' 77, Camelot chorus . . . love and thanks to Mom and Dad. GEORGETTE MASON George . . . shy, quiet, sensitive . . . Donna Summer, Barbra S., pizza . . . conceited and two-faced people . . . reg. nurse . . . Camelot, Gong Show . . . Berna- dette, Lisa, Renee, Diane . . . thanks. Mom and Dad . . . Mike 1979. MICHAEL McCaffrey Mike . . . tall, smart, nice-looking . . . Peeve: waking up . . . Favorites: Bee Gees, " Still, " steak, math ... to work full time . . . Memories: the chorus trip to Saint Albans, Vermont. JOHN M. McCANN II Fonz . . . friendly, easygoing . . . Peeve: subs, false rumors . . . Memories: J. Geils, skiing, " what ' s up " . . . to go to school . . . 10 7 78, 10 8 78. Mt. Everest . . . thanks to Mom and Dad. JOHN M. McCANN II 60 JOAN M. McCarthy VICTORIA I. McDERMOTT MIKE McDonald RICHARD J. McGRATH LISA A. McCarthy KELLI McDANIEL JOAN M. McCarthy Quiet, friendly . . . Peeve: waiting . . . Bermuda . . . science vistas . . . Fleetv ood Mac, James Taylor . . . laughter with friends . . . college and travel. LISA ANN McCarthy Lee . . . quiet, friendly, shy . . . Peeve: Mondays, two- faced people . . . Favorites: Bee Gees, Strawberry Fields Forever, volleyball, Home-ec, " no problem, " " Oh, my God " . . . Plans: be happy, enjoy life . . . " memories with Bruno, " 3 27 77, " With love for- ever. " KELLI McDANIEL Friendly, talkative, stubborn, spoiled rotten . . . Peeves: snobs, broken promises, lies . . . usually found with Paul . . . Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones, The Who . . . teenage wasteland . . . memories of Ber- muda . . . 12 3 78 . . . Freebird . . . Dazed and Con- fused . . . I ' m glad it ' s over . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. VICTORIA J. McDERMOTT Vickie . . . cheering and gymnastics with Chris . . . T papering . . . " gooey " . . . the shattered rock with Chris and others . . . Winter Dance ' 78 . . . " checkers " . . . Bermuda ... to go to college. RICHARD J. McGRATH Rich . . . easygoing, mellow, snake . . . Peeve: cliques . . . What ' s Up?, Really . . . hockey bus rides, week- ends, Easter, mustard, groggy Doobies, Boz Scaggs . . . Memories: 4 28 79, Lori ... go to college . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. MARY M. McKAY Quiet, gullible, crazy . . . Peeves: dreams that never come true, rainy weekends, waiting . . . Memories: the Cape with the girls, blue LTD, gonzo, good times with friends, " Bobs. " Scott 10 27 77, " pinky, " Kathy and Lori, to be happy, thanks. Mom and Dad. JOE McDonald KATHY McGRATH MARY M. McKAY 61 TERI A. MCLAUGHLIN LEIGH C. MCLELLAN MARIE F. MCLELLAN KATHLEEN P. MCLEOD JEANNE E. MCMENIMON CHERYL A. MCSHARRY THERESA ANN MCLAUGHLIN Teri . . . friendly, shy. sensitive, humorous . . . little sister, conceited people ... J. Geils . . . spaghetti . . . lunch, Softball . . . " spare me " . . . memories with Lisa and Cheryl, first lunch with friends, Calif, summer ' 78, Boston . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. LEIGH C. MCLELLAN Little Leigh . . . friendly, outgoing . . . Peeve: thinking ... J. Geils, Back to get ya . . . wrestling, baseball . . . Jake and bullfrogs at drive-in ... 11 to 4 at luniper . . . proms of ' 79, summer with Alice ... to be very suc- cessful . . . much happiness to baby brother Tom. MARIE F. MCLELLAN North Stoughton, the hut . . . good times with good people, Pat 9 16 78 . . . Peeve: phonies, cliques, wait- ing . . . Neil Young, Foghat, Chinese food ... a future in art. KATHLEEN P. MCLEOD Kathy . . . talkative, happy determined . . . Peeve: waiting . . . the Damage is Done, pizza and fries, " Think you ' re so cool " ... to get married and be suc- cessful. Gibbons School, blizzard of ' 78, February 9, summer of ' 76 . . . Junior Prom. LYNDA MCLEOD Eljay . . . loyal, opinionated, enthusiastic . . . false friends . . . " woo baby! " . . . " to become the best one can in whatever I do and live life to its fullest " . . . good times with friends new and old . . . Ali, Karen, Pam, Gina . . . thanks. Mom. JEANNE E. MCMENIMON Jeannie . . . friendly, sarcastic, logical, happy . . . talks with Patty and Terry . . . cruisin ' in the Rambler with Nanci, Lisa and Patty . . . good friends, good times. CHERYL MCSHARRY Cheryl . . . BoomBoom . . . friendly, loud . . . Peeve: snobs, prejudice . . . Always and Forever, Be my girl . . . Oh, God! ... to be happy and enjoy life . . . Wayne ' s Kahlua gang, Fran, Cheryl, C ' s, Summer of ' 79, the " airplane. " LYNDA MCLEOD JOHN MCNAMARA JEAN M. MCSHEA 62 STEVE MOAN 1 STEWART MELLYN RAUL F. MELO PETER V.MICHAJLOV Smiley . . . humorous, easygoing . . . Favorites: Styx, Boston, Led Zeppelin, " Come Sail Away, " pizza, ulti- mate. Physiology, kiss-off . . . Memories: ski trip to Magic Mt., class trip. Summer of ' 77, 66 Dodge Dart, Waterville Valley ... to become a physician. LINDA A. MINIUTTI Friendly, happy, honest . . . Peeve: dirty fingernails . . . Favorites: Bob Seger, " Let ' s go bowling, " " Don ' t worry about it, I ' ll do it later, " ... Jr. Prom, Freshman year with Scott, drive-ins, found with Laurie, double dates . . . thanks, Mom and Dad. ROBERT W. MOAN Bob . . . Peeve: not getting work done in Commons . . . Favorites: Aerosmith, Dream On, pizza, basketball, music ... to go into music . . . Memory: Gong Show ' 78- ' 79. STEPHEN J. MOAN Steve . . . quiet, out in left field . . . Peeve: sitting through Commons . . . Favorites: Aerosmith, Train kept arollin ' ... to own my own CP. A. firm . . . Mem- ories: 5 26 79 at Paragon Park. DAVID MILLER ROBERT MOAN 63 MICHAEL JOHN MOLINARI MICHAEL T. MONAHAN CATHERINE R. MOORE KIMBERLY A. MORGAN F 1 MICHAEL F. MORGANELLI THOMAS MURPHY MICHAEL JOHN MOLINARI Mike . . . friendly, easy going, athletic . . . What ' s up, Smelly, to each his own . . . Peeve: rumors . . . Memo- ries: Doobies, Boz Scaggs, hockey bus, ski trip, good times with good friends ... to go to college and play hockey . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. MICHAEL T. MONAHAN Mike . . . quiet . . . Peeves: open trunks, barracuda . . . J. Ceils . . . Bad Co. . . . Yes . . . Fort Schuyler . . . Bud . . . New Hampshire Bone . . . parties in summer of ' 79 . . . looks forward to graduation. CATHERINE ROSE MOORE Cath . . . boy-crazy, friendly, talkative . . . Peeve: snobs, disco, conceited guys . . . " Are you serious? " . . . Cheryl, Marie, Johnnaaa . . . Memories: New Hampshire with Cheryl . . . Aerosmith, Moody Blues . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. KIMBERLY A. MORGAN Kim . . . moody, a true Gemini, choosy, talkable, loud, crazy . . . Peeve: Don ' t touch my face! . . . he ' s a stank boody, a certain black cougar, missing the last bus, parties in town, bow-legs, giving evil looks . . . going into business administration, times with Pam. MICHAEL F. MORGANELLI Morgy . . . quiet, friendly . . . Peeve: getting up early . . . " Runnin ' on Empty " . . . basketball ... a Bread collection . . . Italian foods . . . computer program- ming ... to go to college for math and computer sci- ence . . . always brown-bagging it. BRADLEY S. MORRIS Brad . . . quiet, easygoing . . . Peeve: Saturday morn- ing practices . . . Kansas, " Carry on My Wayward Son " ... to make it through the bad times and enjoy all the good times, college . . . 4 14 79 . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. ROBERT J. MURPHY Peeves: jocks, rules, work . . . Favorites: sympathy for the devil, Kawasaki, gimme shelter ... to go to col- lege, be rich . . . The Who 12 17 79 . . . 7 26 78 . . . Memories: Mr. Walsh ' s print shop. THOMAS J. MURPHY JR. Murph . . . short . . . Peeve: weekend mornings. Disco . . . Favorites: Styx, Van Halen, dig that . . . short cut to Stoughton (New York) . . . Look, Mom and Dad, I finally made it! CHRISTINE THERESE MURRAY " A friend is a person who reveals to you that you are not alone in the world ... by turning out (beyond hope) to share all your most secr6t delights. " C. S. LEWIS 4 y, BRADLEY S. MORRIS ROBERT T. MURPHY CHRISTINE MURRAY 64 CLAIRE A. MYERS HAUL W. MYERS |R JAMES A. NARDOZZI JOAN NATOLA CLAIRE A. MYERS Friendly, gullible, nervous . . . Peeves: getting caught, nothing to wear, separation from a friend . . . Robin and Rosanne, nine years . . . wet rugs, Beatles, Wen- dy ' s, " spicious, " " sorry " skiing ... to be happy, treas- ures family and friends . . . Freebird. PAUL MYERS, JR. Paul . . . friendly, lazy, musical . . . Peeve: getting up in the morning . . . Favorites: Led Zeppelin, " Good times, bad times, " football, " How can you tell? " . . . plans to go to college . . . Memories: good parties, 11 10 79, 9 9.79. JAMES A. NARDOZZI Sarcastic, good-natured . . . Peeve: paying my debts . . . juke joint Jimmy . . . summer of ' 79 and the sum- mer to come ... J. Geils, reading, going down to Cape, hunting, fishing, and mother ' s cooking ... to go on for better education. JOAN M. NATOLA Joany . . . stubborn, gullible, crazy . . . Peeve: waiting, Stormin Norman . . . Favorites: Foreigner, " You can ' t always get what you want, " tigers, weekend party- ing, " wicked excellent " . . . Memories: Tuesday 7 3 79, Shyla and Gumby, 9 14 79 . . . thanks, family. LYNNE ANN NEVILLE " Fun Loving, " talkative, sensitive, crazy . . . Peeves: waiting, bulges . . . " his ex ' s " . . . Favorites: Bad Co., skiing, partying, " tell me a secret, " Levis . . . Bermuda ' 78 . . . Canada . . . summer ' 79 . . . Buzz. Bay . . . Mem- ories: 8 22 78, Gail . . . thanks. Ma and Dad. MARYBETH NIOSI Mare, M.B. . . . easygoing, sarcastic, happy . . . Peeves: being broke, losing things, locked out . . . " What am I gonna do " . . . slow ride . . . " who ' s next? " Marx ' s . . . a frosty one, Maine, letters, convertibles . . . always cherish family and friends. JIM NOBLE Nibs . . . soccer . . . " Life Goes on " ... to be a drafts- man in a big company or in the armed forces. DONNA NOE Snowy . . . friendly, crazy, talkative . . . dazed and confused . . . found at Mac ' s . . . skipping for break- fast . . . nights in Boston with Chris and Hayley . . . " Really " . . . McSow . . . field trips . . . day after Jr. Prom . . . Munching on commons ... no luck on 5 25 79 ... to be a nurse . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. LYNNE ANN NEVILLE MARYBETH S. NIOSI DONNA NOE 65 PAULS. NOE SHAWN JOSEPH NONNEMACHER RONALD L. NORRIS BARBARA MARIE NORTON MARIE T.OGAR CATHERINE A. O ' NEIL PAUL S. NOE Scotty . . . outgoing . . . Peeve: conforming . . . Marie. 6 21 79, Lynyrd Skynyrd, J. Geils, Bad Co.. Fort Schuyler, to be happily successful . . . New Hamp. Bone, Babe Ruth. Mike ' s accidents, wrestling, ' 79 sec- tionals. SHAWN NONNEMACHER Quiet, shy, happy, friendly, polite . . . Peeve: beating around the bush . . . " O.K. I know it " . . . trip to Flo- rida . . . snowcamp. CYF campout . . . Vermont. RONALD L. NORRIS Ron . . . talkative, friendly . . . Peeve: people who are stuck up . . . Favorites: Eagles, " He who tries . . . suc- ceeds " . . . Plans: college in the fall . . . memories: 4 27 79. BARBARA MARIE NORTON Barbie, Babbs . . . shy, easy going . . . found with Ta or Schill . . . Peeve: them! . . . Vineyard ' 77, Doobies. the Bradford, cruisin ' with the girls. 10 23 79, AAA- hhh! . . . thanks, Mom and Dad. MARIE T. OGAR Sensitive, friendly, gullible . . . summer of ' 79 . . . " Days of Wine and Roses " . . . Bermuda . . . Hallow- een . . . lollipops of history . . . track . . . class trips . . . to be a nurse . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. DAVID B. OLSON Dave . . . normal . . . Peeve: disco . . . Jeff Beck Zep- pelin, " Heart of the Sunrise, " Green Grass and High Tides, Emerson Lake and Palmer . . . Sign Painting School . . . Rick ' s cellar, concerts with friends, the Cape. CATHERINE A. O ' NEIL Cathy . . . shy but friendly . . . Peeve: braces, donuts . . . Bob Seger, " Turn the Page, " Yes concerts with Debby, " Heart of the Sunrise, " skiing. Fish ' s party, 10 14 78, Day of the Perfumed Pot, 12 24 78 . . . " Adios mis amigos. " JEANNE R. O ' NEILL Sensitive, optimistic, athletic . . . Peeve: " Where ' s Pam? " . . . Stuc. B-ball. swimming . . . Patti ' s cottage. 10 20 79. " Yaaah! " , winter dance ' 77, food. Canada, B109, " Muck and Myer, " B-Company, " the girls, " " better half " . . . treasures family and friends. ANNE M. OUELLET Bob Seger . . . The Who . . . skiing ' 79- ' 80 . . . " No Way " Falmouth Heights, dairy bar. peons, jeep, pit stops, skywalk. sign stealing, always 2 17. 9 28 79 . . . Peeve: traveling on " E " ... to travel, go to business school, be happy . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. DAVID OLSON JEANNE R. O ' NEILL ANNEM. OUELLET 66 STEPHEN PALERMO TERRI-ANN PARKIN KATHRYN N. PARKER KATHLEEN E. PARKINSON STEPHEN C. PALERMO Little man . . . Peeve: getting up in the morning . . . Favorites: Boston, " Smokin, " steak, hockey, math . . . " What ' s up " . . . Plans: to become a firefighter. KATHRYN N. PARKER Kathy . . . quiet, friendly . . . Peeve: oral reports . . . Favorites: Ca c ' est bon!; Bon pour moi, special K! . . . Cape Cod Accordians, drill team, Sundae Bash at Linda Mae ' s, dented finger on u-day, summer at Winchester, " The Borons " . . . Plans: to be pharma- cist. KATHLEEN E. PARKINSON Kathy . . . short, moody . . . rainy Friday nights . . . The Stones . . . " You can ' t alv ays get what you u ' ant " ... to forgive and forget . . . special friends: Mary and Lori . . . love you, Ma. TERRI-ANN PARRIN Terri . . . talkative, rowdy . . . Peeves: school, work, seeds, windshields . . . Memories: the lake, summer of ' 79, C-town, Van Halen, 8 18 79, Bob Seger, Carry on Wayward Son, Doobie Brothers, let the good times roll. GEORGE H. PARSONS George . . . talks a lot . . . Peeve: rainy days . . . Bob Seger, old time, Rockin Roll, Polish . . . water skiing . . . parties with the gang ... to move to Arizona. JAMES J. PELKEY Jim . . . quiet, moody ... J. Ceils . . . " Look out for the pole " . . . special memories of Jeannie L. . . . Rhode Island, Walpole ... to go to college and be happy. MARY PELLES Jeanne . . . best friends always . . . Carolyn . . . muchas gracias . . . love always to both my families ... a lot of love to a very special guy . . . 5 29 78 . . . Neil Young . . . Led Zepplin . . . N.J. . . . sea-side ... an Oldsmobile . . . Rocky Horror. MARK J. PETRIE Marco . . . loud, absent-minded, radical . . . Peeves: last call and loose gaps . . . Led Zeppelin, " Song remains the same, " " You know I do!!! " army, 5 26 79, Outlaws, Labor Day weekend, N.Y., ' 79. MARK PETRIE MARIA E. PIMENTEL MICHELLA.PINAUD KEVIN A. PLUNKETT HOLLY A. POOLER MARIA E. PIMENTEL Connie . . . friendly, stubborn, shy, forgetful . . . Peeve: two-faced people . . . Favorites: " Sad Eyes, " putt — putt, " I can ' t believe it " . . . I ' m glad it ' s over . . . to work and travel. MICHELLE A. PINAUD Quiet, happy . . . Peeve: friends who aren ' t . . . Sat. morning practices . . . " This is true " . . . hamburgers . . . Spicky to Chris, munching in Chem . . . the gang that graduated . . . James Taylor, Dan Fogelberg . . . treasures family and friends ... to go to college. STEPHEN J. PIRES Steve . . . " what ' s up " . . . Memories: football, week- ends on the Cape at Cal ' s, Ted Nugent ... to go to col- lege. KEVIN A. PLUNKETT Plunk . . . quiet, shy, athletic . . . Peeves: big talkers, " superstars " . . . football, baseball ... to go to college and become an engineer . . . stay athletic . . . 8 77, 10 79. CAREN R. POLEY Caren . . . friendly, extroverted, different . . . Peeve: 8:00 a.m. Mon.-Fri. . . . Favorites: Fleetwood Mac, quad, Chinese food on school vacations ... to be comfortably wealthy and happy . . . dreadful tennis, cookies with Lisa and Nancy, Spring Convention. HOLLY A. POOLER Crazy, talkative " ... Peeve: waiting, gas money ... partying with the gang . . . Cruising through Fields Park . . . Donuts 8 29 79 . . . Akasaka . . . Pope day . . . " Let the good times roll " . . . Zeppelin, Neil Young . . . to enjoy life. PATRICK POWERS Pat, rock and roller, hate disco . . . Favorites: Led Zeppelin, Bad Co., Aerosmith . . . Peeve: rules and regulations . . . Memories: Saturday Night Jams, par- ties, good music and Marie . . . Plans: Rock Musician and bodyshop proprietor. STEPHEN J. PIRES CAREN R. POLEY PATRICK POWERS 68 STEVEN PRISCO WILLIAM EDWARD QUATTRUCCI MICHAEL T. REARDON MARK W. REILLY DOUGLAS S. PROCTOR WILLIAM A. PUSHEE DOUGLASS. PROCTOR Doug, Dummy Doctor . . . quiet, bashful . . . Peeve: hockey . . . Moody Blues, Little Feat . . . House in the Mountains . . . The Island, riding. WILLIAM A. PUSHEE Bill, Push . . . Peeves: getting up, teachers Nugent, Freebird ... no bargain. Ted STEPHEN W. QUATTRUCCI Quazimodo . . . the Human Bowling Ball . . . crazy, funny, loud, ignorant . . . Peeve: one eyebrow . . . Favorites: Doobies, food, screwdriver, everything and anything ... to have 10 or 12 children . . . times spent in New Hampshire . . . day after Jr. Prom, drive-in, 8 19 78. WILLIAM EDWARD QUATTRUCCI Guy, Quazzy . . . friendly, sociable . . . Peeve: people who don ' t like to socialize . . . Favorites: Beatles, Bos- ton, football, wrestling, socializing, " but seriously, " " Let ' s go socialize " ... to go to college. MICHAEL T. REARDON Mike . . . friendly, talkative, crazy . . . Peeve: Mon- day ' s football films, " Wacko " ... J. Geils 6 30 79, painting Canton, football, go to college, be successful . . . good luck to family and friends. MARK W. REILLY Mark . . . big, friendly, easygoing . . . Peeve: chain saws, pizzas, E-hour studies ... J. Geils, " Where did our love go " . . . " am I going too fast " ... to be a hit- man or priest . . . remembers Valient. JEFFREY PAUL RICHARD Independent, moody, fidgety, sometimes lazy, last- minute person . . . Peeve: idiots who have their licen- ses and excellent cars . . . Year of the Cat, basketball, walking home in the snow in 9th grade, jamming with the guys ... to make bucks and live a casual lifestyle. ii STEPHEN W. QUATTRUCCI SCOTT RAY MARIA RE HBINDER JEFFREY P. RICHARD 69 JANET L. ROSENBERG SANDRA ROTH EVELYN A. ROOSE MICHAEL A. ROSE MARSHA SAHL EVELYN A. ROOSE Lyn . . . organized, independent, up and down . . . Peeve: ketchup on onion rings, " Ouch " . . . Cabaret, Bermuda . . . three power hungry flutes, " Bick ' s " with friends . . . Wednesday nights . . . The Comedy Hour, the cage ... to learn. MICHAEL A.ROSE Mike . . . talkative . . . Peeve: " Dead Ends " . . . college ... to become an accountant . . . Ma R ' s class . . . house cruising with Cathy . . . collect Mickey Mouses, prom with Shaboo. TINA M.ROSE Talkative, crazy, sensitive . . . Peeve: getting up early . . . " zoof " . . . good times with Chris and Jean . . . Gong Shows . . . good ol ' Nesh ... to be a biologist, married, and happy. JANET L. ROSENBERG Janet . . . outgoing, flirtatious . . . Peeves: arguments and snobby people . . . Mark 4 4 78, Koalas, Black Sabbath, Japanese food . . . Summertime! . . . Ferrari vs. Trans Am? . . . " Never Say Die " . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. MARSHA SAHL Gullible, ignorant, sensitive, sentimental . . . Peeve: low shoes . . . Earth, Wind Fire, . . . travel and be with Steve, 7-79 Onset, 6 4 79, wood shed, drive-in, 9 78, alone with Steve . . . Vicki, Lori and " Moe " . . . Thanks to " Moe, " Mike. MICHAEL V. SAMMARCO Mike . . . imaginative . . . Spanish I and II . . . Advanced Dungeons and Dragons . . . " take it slow " . . . Cape Cod . . . Roman Holiday . . . college, games. TINA M. ROSE KENNETH ROSS OCTAVIO I. RUGGIERO MICHAEL V. SAMMARCO 70 JOANNE SAMMARTINO c VERONICA L. SANGSTER r KIMBERLY I. SANTOS lOHNS. SAMUELS BONNI-LYNNE SANDLER JOANNE SAMMARTINO Jojo . . . friendly, mischievous, rowdie . . . Peeve: get- ting up early . . . Summer ' 79 with the Kahlua gang . . . " Shattered " . . . PJ riot . . . " Oh my God! " . . . cruisin ' 10 23 79, good times with the girls, " Ahhh! " . . . breakfast with munchkin . . . " In like! " . . . special memories with Bobby . . . thanks, huns! BONNI-LYNNE SANDLER Bon . . . Newburgh, NY . . . Long Live Rock . . . happi- ness forever . . . finding out who your true friends are. . . " What stairs? What house? " . . . writing on the wall . . . 12 16 79 . . . " my name ' s not Betsy! " . . . Rainy Day Women 12 and 35 (Bob knew) ... to be a gymnastics teacher. ELIZABETH SANDLER Betsy . . . impulsive, instigator . . . Peeve: perfume bottles, homegrown, anything phony . . . " Don ' t call me Bonni " . . . Turn the Page . . . Freebird, Bad Co., Green Grass and High Tides, Allman Bros. . . . Smell ya, SHS. VERONICA LYNN SANGSTER Vicki, Vicaletta, gangster . . . friendly, funloving, boy- crazy, outgoing . . . Peeves: Robyn, no shoes . . . Favorites: " I ' m in love, " " McSows, " " Are you seri- ous? " " Moe, " Marsha, " Myron, " Gail . . . Memories: 7 20 79, 7 27 79, caught in the rain . . . Bad Co. tour ' 79 . . . Lake Cochituate. CHRISTINE SANSOUCIE Chrissy, San Sow . . . cheerful, sorta shy . . . Peeve: gym . . . Favorites: Yes, Zep, Dazed and Confused, to be happy . . . Memories: Saturday nights in Boston with Donna and Hayley, a certain guy, Mrs. Mac . . . Bermuda with Frankie Avalon . . . Love and thanks to Mom and Dad. KIMBERLY A. SAVING Peeve: unwanted remembrances . . . Memories: aka- saka, crickets. Bene, " The Bradford, " late days at the beach, guardian angel, " Listen, Girlie, " a special din- ner, Chinese food, morning strolls, the hood, long talks, B-time with the gang, Ruth, getting lost, P.J. riot ... to be happy. NANCY M. SAWYER " How many times must a man look up before he can see the sky? Yes ' n how many ears must one man have before he can hear people cry? Yes ' n how many deaths will it take till he knows too many peo- ple have died? " BOB DYLAN ELIZABETH SANDLER CHRISTINE SANSOUCIE JOHN SATKIEWICZ NANCY M. SAWYER r CATHERINE ROSE MARIE SCHILLINGER ROSANNE M. SCHWARTZ MAUREEN T. SBARDELLA JOHN SCARAFONE MARK |. SEERY MAUREEN SBARDELLA Moe . . . friendly, crazy ... a red Camaro . . . the track . . . Onset with Lori ' 78 and Marsha ' 79 . . . good times with good friends . . . 6 4 79, 7 27 79 " halfway there " ... to get outta Stoughton and be happy . . . thanks, Marsha. JETTA M. SCHIFONE Happy, outgoing . . . Peeves: getting up mornings . . . Favorites: Gramma ' s cooking, Bob Seger, Led Zeppe- lin, Dazed and Confused . . . Plans: to work for the airlines . . . Memories: parties at Ames, Pits, Pat and Dave . . . thanks, Mr. Walsh. CATHERINE ROSE SCHILLINGER " A man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away. " Henry David Thoreau STEPHEN W. SCHUKO Steve . . . aggressive . . . Peeve: waking up . . . Neil Young, working out . . . Plans: to make millions . . . thanks. Ma and Dad. ROSANNE M. SCHWARTZ Rosanna Danna . . . moody, friendly, good listener . . . Peeves: free advice, limitations ... " I haven ' t the faintest idea " . . . found with Claire and Robyn . . . Styx . . . lots of memories . . . 4 15 78 . . . love and luck to my friends ... to be happy . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. KIMBERLY A. SCIARRA Kim . . . sincere, deep-thinking, tranquil . . . Peeves: prejudices, jealousy, phony people . . . Favorites: Beatles, " cherish, " all food, swimming, English . . . Memories: first car, Junior Prom ... to be successful. MARK]. SEERY Booke . . . comical, friendly, outgoing, loud . . . Peeve: early mornings, trash nite . . . Favorites: Springsteen, back streets, swimming, hockey, " How ' s it going, " certs ... to travel . . . Springsteen ' 79, Nantucket bound . . . Memories: homeroom with cousin, thanks Paul. GAIL A. SEGRINI That laugh, wild and crazy, moody . . . Peeves: Gink ' s cars, " No you can ' t go " . . . Florida, Camero. concerts, skiing . . . " You know I will " . . . college, be rich ... 9 16 79, camping ' 79, Buzz Bay, New Hamp. Lynne, Sha . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad and Grandparents. JETTA M. SCHIFONE STEPHEN W. SCHUKO KIM A. SCIARRA GAIL SEGRINI 72 ALISON I. SHAFFER KIM SHKA ALISON JILL SHAFFER Ali . . . crazy, unique, funny . . . " Hola " . . . " What a hunk " . . . Hey Guys . . . Eljay and the Gang, Quebec, Marathon, proms, dances, U.S.Y., Public Relations . . . " Work with people for the people " . . . thanks Mom and Dad (David) Mev . . . " Do unto others . . . " KIM SHEA Kim . . . friendly, talkative . . . Peeve: two-faced peo- ple, waiting around . . . Favorites: Skynard, Neil Young, Outlaws: " Green Grass and High Tides For- ever " . . . parties at Jimmy ' s . . . Memories: Deb, Rick and Doug down Glen Echo, 7 4 79. JAMES SIEGEL Jimmy . . . friendly, happy, polite, very sociable . . . liked by everyone and likes everyone . . . " Welcome wherever I go with a world of friends. " RENARDO J. SILVA Observant, quiet, talented, friendly, timid . . . foot- ball, track, likes to play all sports, art, math, science ... to go to college . . . the fun on the track team . . . throwing javelin and being 1. LISA S. SILVER Sociable, kind, friendly, love to have fun . . . Eagles, " One of These Nights, " munchies. Distributive Ed Club ... go on to college, be successful . . . the sum- mer of ' 78 when I met Tony . . . Junior and Senior Prom with Tony. LYNNE A. SIMMONS Lynnie . . . impatient, understanding . . . Peeve: limi- tations . . . " Oh my word! " . . . Neil Young, Love is Rose, Like a Hurricane, Steely Dan . . . thanks and good luck to my friends. THOMAS W. SIMMS Tom . . . normal . . . Peeve: disco . . . Favorites: Zeppe- lin, ELO, Van Halen, Yes, Aerosmith, Bad Co. . . . Memories: concerts with friends, Rick ' s cellar, the Cape . . . " Stairway to Heaven " . . . " Green Grass and High Tides " ... to go to college. NANCY SIMON Fun-loving, crazy, happy . . . Peeve: two-faced peo- ple, snobs . . . Michael, summers of ' 78- ' 79, times at the gas station. Cape, concerts, sunrises, a hot night in July, cruisin with Patty, Jean and Lisa, talks with evervone. RENARDO J. SILVA LYNNE A. SIMMONS NANCY S. SIMON 73 TERRI SMITH LISA J. SOUSA lOAN SLATTERY APRIL SMITH JOAN SLATTERY Bone . . . impatient, moody, forgetful . . . Peeve: get- ting lost, B-time, wild chase through the swamp, the party, Bradford Hotel, " Can I come out, now? " turn- pike at 3 a.m. . . . Caren ' s car before school, Pajama day, breakfast, sidewalk in Onset, doobs, cars, the bones . . . TERRI SMITH Unpredictable, forgetful . . . Peeve: waiting . . . Who, Zeppelin, Skynyrd . . . Memories: 10 14 78, wild par- ties with the Jimmy ' s crew . . . " I ' m outta here! " HOWARD SOUSA Howie Baby . . . fast-tempered, hard-working, Por- tugese . . . Peeves: car payments, car insurance, Walt Disney. Jeff . . . Favorites: Styx, The Grand Illusion, What a piece of linguisa, I ' m fine. Summer of ' 79, Cape Cod. LISA J. SOUSA Nigele . . . Incredible Hunk Jim, Babe, Lake George, 7 11 78 with Anthony, will never forget all the guys in Brockton . . . Oh my god Teri, spare me . . . soph, biol- ogy in E102 . . . homeroom for 6 years with Howie and Bobby . . . thanks, Mom and Dad. MARIA L. SOUSA Lucy, Lucinda . . . friendly, easygoing, ambitious . . . Peeve: gossips, conceited people . . . " Stairway to Heaven " ... to be happy and free, to travel . . . Sum- mer ' 76 . . . International trip . . . Gong Show. PALMIRA AMELIA GONCALVES de SOUSA Pam . . . shy, quiet . . . Peeve: school rules, people talking behind . . . Bee Gees, " Knock, knock, knock on Heaven ' s Door, " soccer, seafood . . . travel, work and fun times . . . Spanish class and Commons . . . Lewis and Clark expedition ' 78 . . . I ' m glad it ' s over. HOWARD SOUSA MARIA L. SOUSA PALMIRA A. G de SOUSA 74 MICHAEL SPACK SUZANNE MARIE STILL f SHEILA STANDISH MARY LYNNE STATKUS MICHAEL SPACK Mike, Phil, Ted . . . Peeve: homework . . . " Boston Celtics Forever, " Doobie Brothers ... to go to college for engineering . . . juggling in Mr. Cid ' s Biology class, never enough time betv een classes . . . president, captain of victorious chess team. MARY LYNNE STATKUS Stacky . . . friendly, shy, quiet . . . Aerosmith, Lord of the Thighs, pizza, basketball . . . green Chrysler, over my sister ' s house (lights), campfires, Molson, Jone- sey, Smitty, Niecey, Tu iggy, I ' m out of here, finally . . . thanks, Ma and Dad. TERESA L. STEWART Terri . . . outgoing, outspoken, nuts . . . cheering with Patty, 4 yrs. . . . Canton House, 11 4 78 with someone special, skipping in Florida, Doritos, Boston House, Park 227, Riunite, D-hr. with Penelope . . . converting, U-day, p.j. parties . . . treasures family and friends, to be happy. NANCY S. STICKLER Morning walks, anytime is B-time, out for breakfast, caught in the swamp . . . cookies with Caren and Lisa . . . found wrestling at parties, forever lending out money . . . Doobies, lost in Onset, Pajama day . . . Bob, 6 9 79 .. .to be happy. SUZANNE MARIE STILL Sue . . . crazy, gullible, talkative, outgoing . . . Peeve: jealousy . . . " Stairway to Heaven " with Steve, " Somewhere in the Night, " " If . . . " drill team, Sun- dae Bash . . . Memories: John, 9 77-9 79, 10 21 78, 12 15 78, 2 14 79, 4 27-28 79, 6 10 79 . . . thanks, Mom and Dad. DON A. STRAUGHTER JR. Don . . . indifferent, easy-going, wise . . . Peeve: preju- dice, ignorant people . . . varsity football, 55, Frank- lin, C-hour Commons, Parliament, " No Sir " ... to be successful, college football . . . thanks to Mother and Father. MICHAEL STEVENS NANCY S. STICKLER DON A. STRAUGHTER JR. 75 NANCY E. SWEENEY SCOTT M. SWENSON ROBERT SZUM JAMES M. TEMPESTA NANCY ELLEN SWEENEY Munchkin . . . strawberry blond, little, friendly . . . Peeve: fake friends. . . Summer ' 79 . . . PJ riot ... " I don ' t believe it " . . . cruisin ' , 10 23 79 . . . good times wUh the girls, " Ahhh! " . . . breakfast with Jojo . . . Lil- ' man . . . Brockton girls, tunes . . . " In like " . . . thanks, huns! SCOTT M. SWENSON Swenie . . . determined to be different . . . Peeve: gaskets, nagging, morning after . . . Favorites: the moped. Hulk, " Hey Smelly " . . . thanks, Mom and Dad, I love you. ROBERT PAUL SZUM Bob . . . funny, different, always smiling . . . Peeve: people who take life seriously . . . Beatles, hits of the 50 ' s, " What? " ... to go to school ... Jr. Class Trip, driving. STEVEN TALLARIDA Tal . . . friendly, always smiling, talkative . . . Peeve: homeroom . . . Memories: The Cape, Dart, " running with the devil " ... to go to college. DEBBY THEOBALD Deb . . . impatient, outgoing, sensitive . . . Peeve: school, getting up early . . . Eagles, chocolate, " what ' s up, " April 21, ' 79 Mrs. Warren ' s field trip . . . would like to work with animals . . . always with Gary, Natalie, and Brian, 11th grade. CORINNER.TOBIN Coe . . . Sue and Wendy ' s friendship, " psss " . . . laughing fits . . . egg macangles . . . lost in Boston, summer of ' 79 ... a special friend, 6 2 79, " teddy bear, " Park 227 . . . Peeve:, the accident . . . fresh and soph with Moey, treasures family. I STEVEN TALLARIDA DEBORAH THEOBALD C ORINNE R. TOBIN 76 PATRICIA A. TOBIN LYNDA ANN TVER SUZANNE TREMBLAY SCOTT M. TROCKI BARBARA A. VESEY PATRICIA A. TOBIN Patti . . . sentimental, friendly . . . " You wish, " " no way " . . . Peeves: getting up in the morning, home- work . . . special friends, warm memories . . . 1 20 79 . . . summer of 79 . . . 10 2 79 ... " I like Dreamin, " " Emotion. " SUZANNE TREMBLAY Sue . . . adventurous, friendly, lazy . . . Ledwith ' s " Low Life " . . . Seals and Crofts, ELO ... " I know, really! " . . . " Did I just say something? " . . . Mondays 2:10 with Laura and Karen . . . 5 16 78 . . . Mac ' s . . . good times with Cindy and Sue . . . college . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. SCOTT M. TROCKI Trock . . . " What " . . . demanding, determined, differ- ent . . . Peeves: going slow, report cards, being grounded ... to be a flight engineer . . . wrestling . . . " The Who, " The Alan Parsons Project. CHRISTINE TSINZO Chris . . . talkative, friendly . . . Peeve: getting up early . . . Zoof . . . " Think-you " . . . good times with Tina and Jean . . . Friday nights — Allright with the GMH gang . . . Shall we. Let ' s . . . the " Tsinzo " mobile . . . Plans: to go to college. LYNDA ANN TYER Mel, red . . . outgoing, loud, friendly . . . found with Kerry and De . . . b-ball . . . Betsy ... 10 years with John . . . 1 12 79 . . . Bob, I promise . . . someday. NATALIA M. VARGAS Nat . . . friendly, dreamer, eater . . . Black Sabbath . . . Chinese food . . . Milkyways . . . Peeve: getting up in the morning . . . 8 30 79 . . . 11th grade . . . Brian, Debby, Gary ... to be a millionaire . . . thanks. Mom. BARBARA A. VESEY Peeve: getting up early . . . outging, sensitive . . . sum- mer of ' 79 AKASAKA . . . B-time around the clock, lost in the streets of Onset, the Bradford, The Cars, caught in the swamp . . . pajama riot. Junior Prom. Fran 6 17 79, treasures family ... to be happy. MICHAEL VIEIRA Mike . . . very quiet, not lonely . . . Peeve: disco . . . Favorites: journey, pizza, football, math . . . spring track, winter track, playing pool over Rick ' s place . . . to live in California. CHRISTINE TSINZO NATALIA M. VARGAS MICHAEL VIEIRA 77 KAREN DEBRA WALLACE lOHN R.WALSH RODNEY VIEIRA LAURA M. VINCENT RODNEY VIEIRA Croon, quiet, moody . . . " What ' s that supposed to mean? " . . . wrestling, Camaro, brews . . . Peeve: wait- ing . . . philosophy of life: cheat ... to become a chemical engineer . . . fun with friends. LAURA M. VINCENT Face . . . talkative, lazy . . . Peeve: getting up early . . . Yes, Moody Blues, The Who, Ripplin ' Waters . . . Fri- day nights. Alright with the GMH gang . . . Shall we. Let ' s . . . Mondays 2:10 with Suzanne and Karen . . . Mellow-out . . . " think you " . . . Plans: to go to college. ROBERT F. VIOLA JR. Vee, Bob . . . active, friendly, happy . . . Peeve: people who can ' t be themselves, police at night . . . hockey, canoeing with Mike, ski trip . . . talks with Paul Mc . . . 1 12 79 Lynda, I promise . . . someday . . . thanks, Mom and Dad. KAREN D. WALLACE Kiki . . . Sundae Bash . . . Henry . . . marriage . . . " She Believes in Me " . . . 7 7 78 . . . Candela! Candela! . . . Oklahoma, are you kidding John? JOHN KEVIN WALSH Obstinate, happy, sensitive . . . Peeve: 2r-l-4s = hope- less, thoughtless people . . . Memories: " Fall of a life- time, " chased at Ames, sweating, Nantasket, winter dances, Sept. ' 77-Sept. ' 79, Jr. Prom . . . love and thanks to Mom and Dad. JOHN WALSH Guido . . . Peeve: Monday mornings . . . Favorites: J. Ceils, Whammer Jammer, do it up . . . Plans: to be rich . . . Memories: 10 30 79, Rick Derringer Concert, working at Sinai . . . good times with good friends, Friday afternoons, later. KAREN A. WALSH Sensitive, classical . . . Peeves: stereotypes . . . " These woods are lovely, dark and deep But I have prom- ises to keep And miles to go before I sleep " ... to go to college . . . Sundae bash . . . memories of dances and Spa . . . journalism . . . thanks Mr. T. . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. SHARON L. WEBB Obnoxious, happy-go-lucky . . . Peeve: superficial people . . . Yess . . . Supertramp . . . Burritos . . . tacos . . . the letter ' k ' and the number ' 6 ' . . . to go to college and become a psychiatrist . . . 7 14 78 . . . summer of ' 79 . . . Ellisville with Kevin and Lyssa. ROBERT F. VIOLA JR. JOHN KEVIN WALSH KAREN A. WALSH SH y ON LIANA WEBB 78 LAURA WEBBER ISA R. WEINSTEIN STEVEN CHARLES WEISS HOWARDS. WERMAN REGINA WHITE LAURA JEAN WEBBER Laurie . . . quiet, laughable . . . Peeves: gym, people who think they are better than others . . . hanging around the cafeteria in the mornings, mouth, Thiber- ello and Stugg . . . Hanging around homeroom with friends, and Wednesday G-hour commons. LISA R. WEINSTEIN Friendly, outgoing, flirtatious . . . " loves a challenge " . . . Peeve: making mountains out of molehills . . . Steely Dan, Zappa, jazz . . . 10th grade, USY . . . cook- ies with Nancy and Caren . . . chases with Patty and Jean . . . thanks to parents and grandparents. STEVEN CHARLES WEISS Wizzy . . . Peeve: cafeteria food, phonies . . . Favor- ites: Hero Captain Yossarian, Eugene lonesco, Monty Python, other insane individuals. " Notime Tou- louse. " " I may be an idiot, but I ' m no fool, " " What ' s all this then? " ... to go to college, engineering, suc- cess. HOWARD S. WERMAN Loud . . . Peeve: getting up in the morning, weightlift- ing . . . get a good job, hopes to get married to a nice girl . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. JEANETTE L. WHIFFEN Talkative, tempermental . . . Peeve: jocks, h e ' s in N.Y. . . . Favorites: Aerosmith, Blue Oyster Cult. " Smack, " here comes trouble ... to be married to someone spe- cial, forever . . . summer of ' 79 with Peter, 7 27 79 . . . I made it. REGINA WHITE Stuff . . . shy, sensitive, loud, crazy . . . Peeve: con- ceited, lollygagging people . . . Parliament, Funkadel- ics, Chinese food, basketball, math, " Oh really! " . . . Plans: going to college, working, getting in trouble with Sherma and Kim. PATRICIA A. WHYTE Patty . . . crazy, moody, paranoid . . . found with Billy . . . 2 26 79, " What a bargain " . . . Memories: Onset, Doobies, Eagles, B-Time, PJ riot, cruisin ' with Jeanne, Nanci. and Lisa . . . P-stealing. breakfast with De . . . a certain night in July . . . thanks. Mom and Dad ... to be happy. RENEE S. YAF FEE Yaf . . . sensitive, easygoing, outspoken . . . Peeve: two-faced people . . . Favorites: being with friends . . . Memories: chorus with Bernadette. Georgette, and Diane ... to go to college and be a lab technician. JEANETTE L. WHIFFEN PATRICIA A. WHYTE RENEE S. YAFFEE 79 MARY ANN YOUNG I MICHELLE YANKAUCKAS MICHELLE A. YANKAUCKAS Shelly . . . crazy, outgoing, caring . . . Peeve: details, details . . . food, dancing, horses, and peo- ple . . . plans to go to college, become a vet . . . sum- mer ' 79, racetrack, dancing lessons . . . Chevy Vega wagon, my sister Margie. DEANNA M. YOUNG Deanna . . . quiet, impatient . . . Peeve; Mondays . . . Favorit es: standing at the Crossroads. Elvis Costello . . . Plans: to be rich and happy . . . Memo- ries: the chase through Blst. freshman year. Mac ' s. MARY ANN YOUNG Mare . . . shy, innocent, laughable . . . learning his- tory dates . . . Village People . . . remembering Lau- rie, Charlie, Betty . . . going to the beach with Pete 7 14 79 . . . thanks Mom. Dad, Pooka, Nancy and Tony. CLARA ROSE ZADRA Clara . . . sensitive, quiet, emotional . . . Peeve: say- ing good-bye . . . Favorites: basketball, tennis . . . memories of special friends . . . football games . . . Sundae Bash . . . 128 to Tennessee with mo. 10 4 79 . . . It ' s been real . . . thanks mom and dad ... to go to college and be happy. DEANNA YOUNG rr CLARA ZADRA CINDY ZELMAN 80 ja Renorium... Traditionally, this page is the " last " one to be sent in, and, unfortunately, with rare exception it has been used for the purpose it has been intended — to record the memory of our classmates who passed away before they had a chance to graduate with our class. Happily, this year is an exception. We express our deep gratitude for having been spared the need for any kind of " In Memorium " and pray that this record extend for a long, long time and that we continue to be spared the anguish of losing a close one. GRAND PRIZE AWARD WINNERS: Mr. Dale LaVelle, Dr. Margaret Sorenson, Kalvis Kirsis, ' 82. Rob- ert Olsen, ' 83, Richard Thompson, ' 81, Michael Kreitzberg, ' 83, Julie Cotter, ' 82, Mr. lohn Donnell y. 1 HONORABLE MENTION WINNERS: Mr. Dale LaVelle, Dr. Margaret Sorenson, Risa Fisher, ' 82, Terry Thompson, ' BS. Patty Serene, ' 82. Elaine Norden, ' 83. Judy Thomas, ' 83, Holly Robichaud, ' 82, Bob Rivers, ' 82, Robert Carter, ' 81, Mr. John Donnelly. Ellen McCarthy 82 Kalvis Kirsis accepts first prize from Dr. Murray. Ann Pellegrini Holly Robichaud . TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL SCIENCE FAIR First Grand Prize Award: Kalvis Kirsis (10) Second Grand Prize Award: Robert Olsen (9) Third Grand Prize Award: Richard Thompson (11) Fourth Grand Prize Award: Michael Kreitzberg (9) Fifth Grand Prize Award: Bacterial Bioluminescence of Vibrio Fischeri Can Life Survive on Mars? Effects of External Stimuli on Breeding of Fish Instrumental Conditioning Mrs. Thea Kauffman, Mr. Paul Monti, Mr. Peter Maccini. Julie Cotter (10) The Effect of Biotin on the Growth of Yeast Cells HONORABLE MENTION A WARDS judy Thomas The Effects of the Herbicide Weed-No-More on the Waterflea Daphnia Pulex Elaine Norden A Comparison of the Rate at Which Mold Grows on Bread Treated With Various Chemical Preservatives Bob Rivers Natural Vs. Chemical: The Effect of Varying Types of Fertilizers on the Growth of the Tycopersicon Esculentum Robert Carter Bio-Gasification: A Future Fuel Terry Thompson A Comparative Analysis of Natural and Synthetic Fibers and Fabrics Holly Robichaud The Effect of Water Pollution on Daphnia and Copepods and Their Effect on Food Chain Patty Sereno Mineral Deficiency Risa Fisher Water Pollution 83 CATHY BITTO KAREN BLACKER DIANE CAMERON PAUL CARTER FRIENDLIEST: JIMMY LEONARD PATTY WHYTE MOST POPULAR: MIKE MOLINARI KATHY GRADY MOST HUMOROUS: STEVE QUATTRUCCI SUSAN LEDWITH MOST HAPPY-GO- BOB VIOLA LUCKY: DIANE HART MOST ATHLETIC: PAT LACIVITA LYNNE HOWES MOST MISCHIEVOUS: EDMILANO JOANNE SAMMARTINO CRAZIEST: STEVE QUATTRUCCI KERRY GALIZIO MOST FORGETFUL: JIMMY LEONARD BETH DUNNE MOST ARTISTIC: ED GILES MARIE McLELLAN MOST LIKELY TO PAUL CARTER SUCCEED: MAUREEN COUGHLIN CUTEST: LEIGH McLELLAN DENISE STENSTROM MICHELLE PINAUD MOST SPIRITED: BILL QUATTRUCCI TERRY STEWART BETH DUNNE CINDY FRANK MARIE FRANKS 86 KEVIN KEARNS BEST MUSICIAN: BEST ACTOR: BEST ACTRESS: 3UIETEST: BEST DRESSED: VIOST FLIRTATIOUS: OST TALKATIVE: klOST GULLIBLE: OST TYPICAL SENIOR: JEST LOOKING: JICEST SMILE: AR BODY: ISS LEGS: LASS COUPLE: PAT LACIVITA KEVIN KEARNS SUSAN KANE ED GILES DIANE CAMERON SCOTT MacINTYRE MARIE FRANKS DON STRAUGHTER CATHY BITTO STEVE HOFFMAN KAREN BLACKER DARYL LEMAR KAREN LORENZ PHIL D ' ALESSANDRO CINDY FRANK STEVE HOFFMAN BRIAN DAVIS KATHY GRADY RON BAETA KERRY GALIZIO DAN FREEMAN PATTY HICKEY MARK PETRIE lEANNE O ' NEILL DAVID FARRELL KATHI KERR SUPER- LATIVES MICHELLE PINAUD DENISE STENSTROM TERRY STEWART SUSAN LKinVlTH DARRFLI, LKMAR KAREN LORENZ LEIGH McLELLAN EDMILANO MIKEMOLINARI STEVE QUATTRUCCl BILL QUATTRUCCl DON STRAUGHTER BOB VIOLA IIMMY LEONARD MARIL Ml l.KLLAN r i lEANNE O ' NEILL JOANNE SAMMARTINO PATTY WHYTE 87 SHS seniors were invited, in a poll taken by the Stotonian staf f, to express their opinions on various subjects. Several observations w ere made from the results obtained. For example, the seniors felt that it was all right for a girl to ask a boy on a date. Also, when given a choice, the students favored sports cars to any other type. It was also discovered that a larger per- centage of students participated in the survey this year (33%), than did last year (27%). We thank those who did take part for giving us the Class of 1980 ' s Funky Favorites. (art: Karen Bracchi) Tops on the Tube 1. M.A.S.H. 2. Soap 3. General Hospital 4. Mork Mindy 5. White Shadow 6. Saturday Night 7. Benny Hill 8. Eight Is Enough 9. Dallas 10. Taxi SHS Bestsellers 1. Amityville Horror 2. Lord of the Rings 3. Thorn Birds 4. Catch 22 5. Forever 6. Jaws 7. All Animals Great and Small 8. Johnny Got His Gun 9. The Dreammakers 10. Bell lar The THORM 6iRD$ Catch ZZ FUNKY Pastimes for Our Times 1. Partying 2. Sports 3. Listening to Music 4. Eating 5. Drinking 6. Watching television 7. Parties 8. Being with friends 9. Sex 10. Sleeping Soaring Superstars 1. Led Zeppelin 2. J. Geils 3. The Who 4. Bee Gees 5. Styx 6. Bob Seger 7. Eagles 8. Pink Floyd 9. Earth, Wind, and Fire 10. The Cars 1. Kramer v. Kramer 2. The Rose 3. Animal House 4. Jaws 5. Star Wars Pick of the Flicks 6. Rocky 2 7. Justice for All 8. Exorcist 9. Midnight Express 10. Kids Are All Right 88 FAVORITES Wheels With Appeal 1. Camaro 2. Trans Am 3. Corvette 4. Mercedes 5. Porsche 6. MG 7. Jaguar 8. Mustang 9. Ferrari 10. TR-7 Students Say Nope to Dope 1. Do you feel you need a stimulant? Yes — 19% No — 78% 2. Do you feel that raising the drinking age has been effective? Yes — 8% No — 90% How ' s Your Love Life??? 1. In High School, it is better to: (a) date around 57% (b) have a steady 39% (c) not date at all 0% 2. On a date, 1 would rather: (a) go to a party 42% (b) go to a movie 28% (c) watch television 4% (d) go parking 17% 3. Do you feel it is all right for a girl to ask a boy on a date? Yes — 80% No — 16% Enthusiastic Seniors Did you participate in this survey? Yes — 33% No — 66% 89 HOME- COM- ING AND SKETTI SUPPER Entertaining the troops are Jeanne O ' Neill. Suzanne Still, Donna Noe, Terri Stewart, Rosanne Schwartz, Karen Lorenz, Margaret Kiddy, Alice Jordan. " I don ' t know which is worse, THIS service or THAT entertainment!! " (Chris Tsinzo, Steve Weiss, Todd Jardin " If you ' ll clown around with me. I ' ll and Sandy Barber.) give you a lollipop! " (Terri Stewart) THE SEVENTIES This page and the three which fol- low are part of a section of the ' 80 Stotonian dealing with SHS over the last decade. Starting with 1970, pictures of activities in the school have been taken from the yearbook files and arranged by years. The differences and similarities between the years are brought out, especially in com- paring the early seventies with the late seventies. In looking through these pictures you may find some people you know or whom your older brothers and sis- ters know. You may even see one of your favorite teachers " way back then. " s n N.iiK V ( ii ' .ii in l ' ' ()()ll)iill-Biisk(Ml)iill . . . SocccM ' - I l()(;k( v • • • rained oiil rally, lall- iii mounts . . . midnight cIkmm- in ... " a 1 ways on I init " . . . Torry ' s SItM ' povcr . . . Hike ride; to D.W. 99 DON STRAUGHTER PAUL MYERS Jead Coach Jeff Fanning, and assistants Joe Di Marzo, Stephen Woodruff, lohn Downs BILL LOCKE |OE COLLINS V ' roni) Kevin Plunkett, Bill Quatlrucci. Paul Myers. Steven Quattrucci. Capt. Sean Kelly. Capl |im Leonard. Capl |ohn Marolla. Mike Reardon. Paul Galanis, Ron Baela. (2nd) Don Slraughlcr. [oe Collins. Renardo ilva. Mark Peine. Sieve Pires. |im Pelkey. Pal LaCivila, Bill Locke. (3rd) Ron Howes, Richard Schwarlz. Don Mulhern. Sieve Carlson. Tom Foley. Rich Leonard. Scoti Neville. Kevin IDonnelly. Brian Pires. (4lh) lobi Scoll. Cahner Scotl. Bob Pushee. Rich Quallrucci. Peter Sewcyk. Tom Zine. |oe Gelly, Danny McCillvary. Paul Callanan. (5lh) Glenn Perry. David Nulling. Brad Weeks. Rick Fergus. Mike Keane. Ed Homer, ihris Walsh. Kevin Bells. (Rear) Waller Mann. Mike Doucelle. Carlos Silva. )uan Silva. Rich Galanis. Mark Romaine. Mark [ordan. Kevin Moriarly. Tim Plunkelt, Paul Galanis charges toward the end zone FOOTBALL The 1979 varsity football team ended up with a disappointing 2-8 record. The Knights played well defensively all year but never got the big day from the offense they needed. High point of the season was a 21-16 victory over Franklin in a fourth period comeback. Paul Galanis scored twice and Carlos Silva one td to put the orange-and-black ahead. The Knights were a strong defensive team all year. In most games, they kept the oppo- nent scores down and they lost more than their share of closely contested defensive bat- tles. Stoughton is a better team than the record indicates. They were in almost every game and could easily have turned some of the tough losses into victories. The IV football team was successful with a 5-2 record in the league and a 6-3 record over- all. The freshmen posted an impressive 5-0-1 season, putting them in first place in the league. RENARDO SILVA MIKE REARDON JIM PELKEY SOCCER The best soccer team in Stoughton High history compiled a successful season in which only one reg- ular season game was dropped. For the first time, an SHS soccer team qualified for the state tourney. The Knights dropped their opening round match, but this in no way detracts from the record of 11-1-5, overall and 8-1-5 in the league. The sole loss in a tough league was a 1-0 loss to Franklin, but the defeat was avenged with a first-ever win the second time around 5-2. lohn Amaral a freshman was high scorer with 10 goals. 3 assists, followed by Fernando Melo, 9 goals, 4 assists. Dave Farrell, senior fullback, was named both the Division I and Norfolk County All-Star teams. Jim Noble Coach Michael Stuber (Front) Mario Cardoso, Joe Amaral, Capt. Hardy Fischer, Tino Argudin, Capt. Dave Farrell, Steve Ivaldi. Jim Noble. (2nd) Luis Montairo. Jeff Cabral, Jim Costa, Fernando Melo. John Amaral. (Rear) Coach Mike Stuber. John Melo. Bill Farrell, Arty Serados, Paul Bishop. Joe Amaral, Mario Cardosa Dave Farrell takes control! 102 (Front) Coach Charles Green, Jay Eagles. Steve LaFrance, Dave Barbato. Bob Ricci, Tom DeNapoli. (Second) Jack Marinilli, Peter Foley, John Day, Dan Falvey, David Jordon. (Rear) Steve Kostick, Mark Hurley, Kalvis Kirsis, Adam Turock. CROSS COUN TRY The cross country team placcjd second in Division I of the South Shor(? Principal ' s me (it. The Knights also took s(;cond place in the h a ue meet, third in th(? Catho- lic M(!morial Invitational M(iet. and sixth in Division 2 of the; State Meet. A close loss to Foxboro in th( final meet of the season ave th( harri(;rs second place in dual m(!(it competition. Senior Dav(i Barbato won the SSP meet as well as six out of eight dual meets. Tom DiNapoli generally followed right behind Barbato. Dave Barbato. Steven Kostic, Coach Charles Green - And they ' re off! The Dynamic Duo Running on air 103 r Ann Zechello racks up the points with perfect form Laurie Manuel (Captain) Jeanne O ' Neill (Captain) SWIM TEAM (Front) Wendy Dolloff. Holly Robichaud. leanne O ' Neill. Laurie Manuel. Linda Botsian. Michelle Lothrop. Susanne Dalery. (2nd} Ronnie While. Eileen Wingrove. Lori Freedman. Kristin Cody, Risa Marcus, (ody Davis. Darcy Distefano. Lisa Lorins. Carolyn Sears. Coach Chris Brady (Rear) |oanne Mclnnis. lean Young. Ann Zechello. Elaine Sweall. Kim Callahan. Diane King. Meg Schillinger. |ulie Cotter, Oh, No! Where ' s the water? (Laurie Manuel) SWIMMING When this year ' s swim team started, everyone involved hoped for an improvement over 1978 ' s 1- 13 disaster, but reaUstically no one gave the girls much of a chance. Of the 28 members of the team, only 8 had any experience in high school racing. After a start of 0 and 4, the sophomores on the squad exploded. In many ways 1979 was special. The team won more meets, and lost fewer than in any previous year. The team set a new standard for its per-meet scoring average. More individual firsts were won this season than ever before. The final record was a splendid 4-6. Coach Chris Brady talks to Ronnie White and Julie Cotter 104 ..V. FIELD HOCKEY l- ' ront) Yolanda Pena, Debbie Swarlz, Janice Standish, Carolyn Donahue. Ellen McCarthy. Karyn leterson. (Rear) Coach Monica Scanlon, Ann Bender. Clarise Aquiar, Kim Catalano, Denise Scibetta. Ilaura Smith. Joan McGrath. Karen Tropea. Barbara Kelly fights off the oppi :. ' I I Lynnc Howes plans her strategy. FIELD HOCKEY This year signified a major breakthrough in the sport of field hockey at Sloughton High, as for the first time in eight years, a junior varsity team was added to the program. Addition of a feeder team will insure the opportunity to place only experi- enced players on the varsity team, thus making Stoughton far more competitive in the league. The team ended with a respectful 1-11-5 record. Although not finishing high in the standings, the season was a success in many respects. The varsity team, with Co-Captains Lynne Howes and Paula Kelly, leading the way showed that deter- mination and hard work can overcome lack of experience. Despite being the decided league underdog, they played to several 1-0 losses and earned the respect of their opponents by being a factor in each game. The junior varsity team improved from a 10-0 loss in their season opener to a scoreless tie against the same learn in the sea- son finale. Coach Barbara Batchelder extends her congrat- ulations to all the girls, and to sophomore Ann Malinowski who was selected to the Hockomock All-Star Team. 105 And they ' re off! (Tom DeNapoli, Bob Ricci, Dave Barbato. Jay Eagles. Peter Foley, jack Marinelli) Jeanne O ' Neill splashes to victory Barb Kelly goes after the ball. MAJORETTES (Front) Janet Ryan. Taryn LaPorte. (Rear) Maureen Powers. Shnla Keen, Karen Duress, Patty Sereno. Wendy Doiloff, Debbie Bradbury. DRILL TEAM AND MAJORETTES 108 DRILL TEAM (Front) Michelle Pinaud. Kathy Hill. Faith Berglund. Dianne Lotti. Denise Pinaud, Kathy Parker. Sus.ir Ledwith. (2nd) Anne Parker. Laurie Engley. Bonnie Dane. Debbie Connell. Deena Siegel, Carolyn i Campbell, Laura Sheedy. Jane Day. (3rd) Barbara Simpson. Kathy Duross. Lauren Connelly. Liz Lyons. Beth Hurley. Jane Nickerson. Chris Mains. Denise Costa. t ANNUAL INTRAMURAL WRITING COMPETITION FINALISTS Debbie Geigas Terrie Hanna Michael Sugrue NOMINEES (Pictured at Right)(Front) Artie Serradas, (2nd) Cathy Eagan, Nancy Lanza, Stacey Callender. (3rd) |ayne Salierson, Ted Crifo, Rennee Hansen, Anne Zechello. (Rear) Scott Hubler, John Ander- son. Valdis Kirsis, Stephen Farrell, Suzanne Dino, Judy Gallant, Carolyn Campbell, Vicky Norden, Debbie Geigas. (Top Front) Michael Sugrue, Faye Spivack, Hannah Goldberg. (2nd) Richard Thompson, Andrew Sweeney. (Rear) Robert Carter, Dave Nutting, Ron Mone. (Bottom) Terrie Hanna, Lori Clough, Diane White. (Above) Lori Freeman, Paula Camara, Pam Saw- yer, Tom DiNapoli. (Left) Maria Camara. Jennifer Alpert, A ' elina Nunes. V.F.W. Essay Contest Finalist: SEAN NONNEMACHER V.F.W. Essay Contest Finalist: CHRIS DeANDRADE V.F.W. Essay Contest Winner: DAVID STOLOW D.A.R. Good Citizenship Aware MAUREEN COUGHLIN 114 4 TIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: Debbie Howe. Mary Pelles. Karen Wallace. Karen Walsh. Pam Daynes. jeanne O ' Neill. Paula Kelly. |ara Zadra. Maureen Coughlin. Suzanne Still (2nd) Mary Ellen Eagan. Chris Jennings. Terry Loeffler. Suzanne Trembley. Nancy Farrell. dney Vicira, Ken Fogarty. Greg Koker. Barbara Buob. Bernadelle Mason. Bob Bunson. Larry Barbell. Mrs. Brcnda Harnnglon (Rear) Ihn Walsh. Lyn Roose. Susan Ledwith. loan Clifford, Tin.i Rose, P,ini Camara. Karen Blacker. Kathy Parker. Michelle Pinaud. Phil D ' Al sandro. Ed Giles. Bob Viola. Brad Morris. Sandi in l.uri Honor Society Officfsrs: Bob Bunson, Joan Clif- ford. (Rear) Mrs. Brenda Harrington. Suzanne Tremblay. (Not Present: Ellen )oseph) fonor Society 1979 Inductees: (Front) Ron Norris, Kevin Plunkett. (2nd) hris Murray, Nancy Sawyer, Todd Jardin. (Rear) Ken Boudreau, Pete iichajlov. Jean DiGiampietro, Denise Costa. D.E.C.A. Conference Winners: Dr. John Murray, Cheryl McSherry, Chris San Soucie, Kathy McCrath, Lisa Silva, Jimmy LeBarre. Claire Myers, Prin- cipal Dale LaVelle, Advisor Mr. Arthur McCarthy. National Merit Commendation: LESLEY MAKRIS National Merit Commendation: MARY ELLEN EAGAN National Merit Commendation: JOAN CLIFFORD National Merit Commendation: DEBORAH HOWE Framingham Conference Winner: JUDY GALLANT Framingham Conference Winner: STEPHEN FARRELL Framingham Conference Winner: ARTIE SERADOS National Merit Semi-Finalist, Finalist: LYN ROOSE 115 STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: (Front) |eanne O Neill (Vice President). Maureen Coughlin (Presi- dent), Mr Anthony Sarno (Advisor). (Rear) Pally Sereno (Recording Secretary). Terry Leoffler (Corre- sponding Secretary). Peter DiMatteo (Treasurer). STUDENT ADVISORY BOARD: (Front) Stephen Farrell, Maureen Cough- lin, Jeanne O ' Neill. (Rear) David Breen, Michael Sano. STUDENT COUNCIL (Front) Cheryl Klim, Donna DiMatteo, Bob Bunson, Jeanne O ' Neill, Maureen Cough- lin, Peter DiMatteo, Terry Leoffler, Patty Sereno. (2nd) Mr. Sarno, Darrell LeMar, Gail Segrini, Jimmy Feeney, Eliza Campa- nario, Laurie Engley, Dianne White, Patty Coughlin, Karen Duross, Michael Sano (Rear) David Breen, Maria Sangiolo, Billy Stenstrom, Risa Fisher, Diane Shifman, Beth Hurley, Allison Goodman, Rodney Vieira, Stephen Farrell. (Not Present) Kerry Galizio, Steve Hoffman, Cathy Schillingerj John Anderson, Colleen Klim, Pam Mul-i cahy, Lisa Catalano, Steven FeldmanJ Angela Marotta, Bobby Palmer. MAUREEN POWERS President DORI KELLY Vice President TERRIE HANNA Secretary JOE GELLY Treasurer MISS THERESA MURRAY Advisor CLASS OF 1981 EXECUTIVE BOARD (Front) Maureen Powers, Dori Kelly. (2nd) Susan Batte, Lori Clough, Eileen Murray, Janis Kane, Ellen Botsian. (3rd) Terrie Hanna, Lori Green, Pam Sawyer, Paula Camara, Dianne White, Karen Bettes, Den- ise Murphy, Joe Geliy. (4th) Brian Don- nelly, John Anderson, Chris Lyons, Fred Raymond, Sinil Natrajan, Bill Wikstrom, Michael Sano, Rich Galanis, Jimmy Hoff- man, Bev Sleeves. (Rear) Diane Frederick- sen. Lori Mondor. (1 116 MISS KATHLEEN CRIMMINS Advisor CLASS OF 1982 EXECUTIVE BOARD (Front) Lori Kerman, Chris Marino. (2nd) Elinn Bernstein, John Quattrucci, David Breen. Mark Hurley. (3rd) David Stolow, Martha Myers. Pau- hne Bouldion, Lynne Jackson. )ane Day. Maria Sangiolo. Kathy Duross. Barbara Simpson. (Rear) Maureen O ' Donnell, Elizabeth Lyons. Lauren Connelly. Colleen Klim, lulie Shipps. Chris Spurr. Beth Hurley, Susan Gallagher. Kalhy Hanley, lean Sestito. MR. LEONARD CIDADO Advisor CLASS OF 1983 EXECUTIVE BOARD (Front) Debbie Swartz. Patty Quattrucci. Penny Sawyer, Chris Kelleher. Mr. Cidado. (2nd) Debbie Carter. Kim Crifo. Nancy Sammarco. Alison Barry. Denise Pinaud. (3rd) Karen O ' Neill. Robyn Greenberg. Mary Beth Tyer. Diane King. Gail Kitty. Donna DiMatteo. Cheryl Klim. Angela Mar- otta. Debbie Stenstrom. (Rear) Yolanda Pena. Bob Palmer. Stephan Ciulla. David Suslowicz. John Galanis. Mike Bousquet. David Gearin. Sheila Keen, Debbie Bradbury. Marie Dmonowske. Karen Francioso, Alison Goodman. 117 International Club: (Front) Debbie Geigas. Vickie Norden. (2nd) Miss Linda Glover, Robert Fernandez. Chris Van Haighl. Lucy DeLolo. Patty Sereno. (3rd) Michelle Lothrop. Kim Callahan, Kris Cody, ]im Cooper, judy Moore, Leslie Malamut, Donna Torres, Lynda McLeod. (Rear) Maria Rehbinder. Bonnie Davidson, Denise Cosia, Betsy Klayman, Nancy McNaughl, Sue Guslafson, Failh Marlin, Sue Kast. Bechara Maalouf. Debbie Carter. lane Fidler, Marie McLellan displays her Christmas artwork. 118 D.E.CA.: (Front) Jeannette Donovan, Lynn Simmons. Betsy Sandler. Claire Myers. (2nd) Kelly Dan- iel, Chris San Soucie. Cheryl McSherry. Kathy McGratli. (3rd) Jim LeBarre. Tammy Long. Lisa Sousa, Philip Hudson. (Rear) Mr, Arthur McCarthy, Michael McCaffrey, Vin Foley, -ramingham Historical Conference Participants: (Front) Mr lames Cormley. Miss luclilh Hamilton (2nd) Andrew Sweeney. Leslie 5warlz. Darryl Lovett, |ohn Fidler. Robert Carter. (3rd) Scott Hubler, |ohn Anderson. Stephen Farrell. Carolyn Campbell. |udy Gallant, Shan Enos. Eliza Campanario. Carol Tarchara (Rear) Ainnhos Serradas. Meritt Morasky. Valdid Kirsis. R m Mone. Brian Donnelly. Che- ryl Gropman. Frank Fediirowic .. Elena Dio. Rhonda Kuznitz. " Prince " comes to the aid of a damsel m distress " The Ding-a-Ling Brothers: " Bob Ding-a-Ling. Pete Ding-a-Ling, Steve Ding- a-Ling, Scott Ding-a-Ling. and Ken Ding-a-Ling. Math Competition (Sealed) Mr Michael Duarte (Advisor), loan Clifford (Capl ). Tina Rose. Lyn Roose (Capt.). Debbie Howe. Vickie Norden (Rear) Bob Bunson. Robert Carter. Chris Lyons. Greg Koker. Ron Norns. Pete Michajlov. Ken Boudreau. CHESS CLUB For the second year in a row Stoughton High s chess team proved to be tops in its division. A loss to Xaverian in the second round of the playoffs does not detract from the successful achieve- ments of the chess group which swept to an unde- feated 8-0-0 regular season. The final statistics for the year indicate the fol- lowing results: Mike Spack 7-1. Bechara Maalouf 5-2. Paul Meskonis 7-0. Sandeep Jain 6-1-1, ScotI Yaffee 6-2, Steve Parmeggranni 2-0. An exciting 3-2 victory over Milton Academy marked the first round of the playoffs which the Knight chessmen entered for the fourth consecu- tive year. Stoughton had lost to Milton 5-0 last year, but upset them this year. Fourth board San- deep Jain ' 80 won his game in only seven moves, while fifth board Scott Yaffee ' 81 devastated his opponent in 27 moves. With the score tied 2-2. second board Bechara Maalouf ' 80 won a dra- matic game as his foe ' s time ran out. Mike Spack. at the number one board, and Paul Meskonis, playing third board, were consistent winners throughout the season. It was a fine season for the chess club and its coach. Mrs. Thea Kauffman. Chess Club: (Seated) Bechara Maalouf, Alan Freedman, Mike Spack, Craig Cohen. (Standing) Mrs. Thea Kauffman, Steve Cardin, James Doyle, Scott Yaffee. 19 GONG SHOW WINNERS FIRST: SUE KANE SECOND: MIKE LENNON THIRD: INVASION Mike Stevens, Scott Bradley, Tom Finch, Dave Brodt FOURTH: NIGHTFALL Bobby Tarchara, Artie Chisholm, Sal Cardello, Mike Stevens, Bill McClellan Photography: F. E. Maioli, Joe PoHlho Bob Moan, Paul Myers, Steve Moan, Chris Gallivan. Gong Show winner Sue Kane accepts first prize from Mr. Robert Dolan. Eddie Giles STAGE BAND: (Front) Sue Kane. (2nd) Nancy Farrell, Mike Abril, Eric Hirschorn, Bobby Tachara, Chris Gallivan, Louise Starkowsky. (Rear) Larry Fitzpatrick, Jeff Sturges, Frank Fedorowicz, Chris Lindsay, John Day, Kevin Kearns, Lyn Roose Ellen Joseph and Cindy Frank jAZZ CHOIR: Sue Kane. Mr. LeGrow, Maria Sangiolo, Maureen O ' Donnell, Nancy Sweeny. Amy Coloumbe, Melisa Kelley. Nancy Farrell. ]im Day, James Mootis, Robert Westbrooks. David Breen, John Walsh ' HUSIC COUNCIL: Sue Kane, Debbie Howes. Maureen Powers. Maria Sangiolo. Maureen Coughlin. rad Morris, Tanya Barrett, Cathy Schillinger, Brenda Beauregard, Ramona Hall, Sue Kast, Dianne iotti. Mr, LeGrow, Mike Jackman, Martha Myers, Stephanie Welch, Mr. Christianson. 123 w r Diane Cameron Ed Giles Diane Hart THESPIAN SOCIETY: (Front) Steve Weiss, Scott Hubler. Chris Mains, Darrel Hammond, Phil D ' Ales- sandro, Carol Tarchara, Louise Starkowsky. (Second) Nancy Joseph, Evelyn Roose, John Quattrucci, Margorie Harlow, Eddie Giles, Diane Cameron, Diane Hart. (Rear) Tood Jardin, Greg Koker, Cathy Schillinger. Tournament of Plays Senior Entry (Steve Weiss, Diane Cameron, Evelyn Roose) (photo: Michajlov) In one of a series of drama workshops. Kenyon Martin demonstrates] " mime " to Diane Cameron. Nancy loseph. Martha Myers. 124 Tournament of Plays Freshman Entry (Donna DiMatteo, Madill Khoury) (photo: Michajlov) 9 Mr. Robert Dolan Mrs. Linda Dolan )tate Drama Cast and Crew: (Front) Donna Fowler, Steve Weiss, Chris Mains, Hannah Goldberg, John Jeaton, Tim Bernasconi, Bob Palmer. (Second) John Whitington. David Stolow, John Quattrucci, Ed Jiles, Phil D ' Alessandro, Diane Hart, Priscilla Geigis. (Rear) Robert Redford, Karen Bracchi, Peter lubler, Todd Jardin, Greg Koker, Scott Hubler, Darrel Hammond. •r Ifournament of Plays Junior Entry (Maureen Powers, Debbie Geigis, Rich Thompson ' (ohoto: Michailov) Phil D ' Alessandro Evelyn Roose Kathy SchillingiT Martha Lynch Mrs. Fields and Debbie Geigis. (photo: Giles) Greg Koker Todd Jardin Maureen Powers, Diane Hart (photo: Giles) Steve Weiss 125 The Winter Dance is the only semi-formal couples dance open to all classes. I Crowning the Snow Queen (Paul Carter. Jeanne O ' Neill, Steve Quattrucci and Kerri Galizio). Santa takes two at a time. (Terri Stewart and Patti Hickey) WINTER DANCE " DECEMBER DREAMS " DECEMBER 18, 1979 126 A first for the annual Winter Dance: A Snow Queen and Princesses. Santa and Mrs. Claus say hello to the group and their escorts, who are Frank Walsh. Karen Francioso, Diane Frederickson. Eddie Grady, Lori Kerman, Richard McGrath, Jeanne O ' Neill. Paul Carter. BASKETBALL Co-Captains Pat La Civita and Paul Carter led Coach John Douglas ' varsity basketball team to a winning season, although losing a chance to move into the post-season tournament. The season ' s highlight was La Civita ' s 1000th point scored in the final quarter of the final game. Feb. 22. Reggie Slater along with La Civita was named to the Hockomock league All-Star team. The jun- ior guard led the team in steals and he converted many into layups for the Knights. Slater scored 37 points vs. North Attleboro and surprised many with his shot blocking ability. Coach Douglas was highly complimentary of other starters: Richard Tepper. Joe Collins, who was a terror under the backboard, and Chris Lyons whose outside shooting and driving talents will be greatly needed on next year ' s team. John Fidler. Bob Bunson. Robert Tillman. Darrel Lovett. Robert Carter and Darrell Hammond also contributed to the winning team. 128 VARSITY (Front) Coach John Douglas. Co-Capt. Pat LaCivita, Co-Capt. Paul Carter. Robert Bunson. (Secof Reggie Slater. Richard Tepper, Robert Carter. John Fidler. (Rear) Darrell Hammond. Chris Lyons. PAUL CARTER PAT LACI VITA Slater with his familiar jump shot. Reggie finished third in league scoring. (Bob Tillman wears 3) JOE COLLINS ROBERT BUNS ON Finishing the season with a 12-8 record Coach Douglas states that every member of the team can be proud of his accomplishments. Prospects for next year are promising. Lyo is ' passing and Slater ' s shooting should compli- ment each other very effectively. Richard Tepper will have another year of experience on the varsity level, and John Fidler could move into a starling forward role. The only major weakness appears in the center situation where La Civita will be greatly missed. Some JV players will also fill gaps from graduating seniors. JV BASKETBALL After a slow start, the sophomore JV basketball team upped its record to 10-10 which greatly pleased Coach William Powell. Bob Ricci was the team ' s leading scorer and lop rebounder. Marc Greenspoon contributed from his forward spot as did Larry Smith who was brought up from the freshman team. Kevin Donnelly was the team ' s best outside shooter and Rick Quat- trucci ran the offense. Mike Doucette also contributed at both forward and guard. Many of the JV ' s starters will move up to varsity following their successful JV season. around but the only one he seems to find is the referee, love? Pal LaCivlla finally crashed the magic " 1000- poinl circle " for his career. 129 Lynne Howes Coach Batchelder JUNIOR VARSITY (Front) Coach Mary Cotter. Paula Karavetsos. Capt. Beth Collins, Donna DiMatteo. Cheryl Klim, Ly Roche. (Rear) Kathy Hanley,y lyssa Uni, Darey McDonald, Missy Moore, Stephanie Ciulla. VARSITY (Front) Coach Batchelder, Lynne Howes. Clara Zadra. Paula Kelly, DeeDee Foster, Jayne Sallerson. (Rear) Jeanne O ' Neill, Lynda Tyer, Liz Brazao, Jayne Doyle. Vicky Alexander. Heidi Heberling. Beth Collins does it with style. n Paula Kelly breaks away from Sharon opponents. DeeDee Foster goes up for a shot. 32 ' Oh, no, you don ' t, " says Lynne Howes. 1 .74 33 Paula Karavetsos poises for a shot. GIRLS BASKETBALL It is the end of an era for Stoughton High School girls ' basketball as seven varsity team members will graduate with the Class of 1980. Vicky Alexan- der, Dee Dee Foster, Lynne Howes, Paula Kelly, Jeanne O ' Neill. Lynda Tyer. and Clara Zadra com- bined with juniors Liz Brazao and Jayne Sallerson to accomplish a fifth place finish in a very compe- titive Hockomock League. The season was high- lighted by wins over perennial rivals Canton and Franklin as well as outstanding individual efforts by each of the nine girls. Coach Barbara Batchelder notes that while the season may not have been a success in the stand- ings, the school should take great pride in the dedi- cation, determination, and fine play of their girls basketball team. The JV girls basketball team ended its season with fine play by sophomores Beth Collins and Alysa Uni. Overall record for the varsity was 7-10, and for the junior varsity, 10-7. t3t Clockwise: Capt. Mike Molinari. Bob Viola, Richard McGrafh, Kenneth Ross, William Pushee. Break it up! VARSITY HOCKEY TEAM (Front) Coach Raymond O Mally. Paul DeVito. Kenny Ross. Richard McGrath, Mike Molinari. Paul Bishop. Bob Viola. Bill Pushee. Paul Fountain (Rear) Coach Brian Murphy. Bob Pushee. Billy Brandt, [ohn Russell. Mike Unda. David Nutting. Peter Bishop. Jimmy McNamara. Bill Wikstrom. Bill Fairbaim. Keith Calizio. Brian Donnelly HOCKEY The Stoughton High varsity hockey team, coached by Ray O ' Malley, completed the 1979-80 season with a 4-8-3 record. The highlights of the season were the two ties against league champion and tournament semi- finalist Oliver Ames and the tie against second place Canton. This year ' s team performed inconsistently all year, playing poorly against the weak teams and playing their best games against Oliver Ames and Canton. The first line, made up of Co-Captains Mike Molinari. Paul Bishop, and Rich McGrath, were offensive threats as was the second line of Bi Fairbairn, Brad Weeks and Brian Donnelly. Also, the third line made up of Keith Calizio, Bill Wik- strom and John Russell came on strong in the sec- ond half of the year. The defensive corps of Bill Brandt, Bob Viola, Ken Ross, Bill Pushee. Dave Nutting, Peter Bishop, Mike Unda and Jim McNamara provided strong protection for goalies Paul Fountain. Steve Weeks and Paul DeVito. The prospects for next year ' s team looks prom- ising as the entire second and third lines will be returning as will five of the eight defensemen and all three of the goalies. Stoughton tries to win the face-off. WRESTLING The Stouj hton High wrestling team, coached by Steve Woodruff, completed the 1979-80 ' season with a 4-9-1 record. In post-season tournament matches, the Black Knights came in 7th in the CM Holiday Tournament and 10th in the Division I South Sectionals. Craig Casano was the highest place winner for Stoughton. coming in second in both tournaments, wrestling at 134 pounds. At the CM Holiday Tournament. Scott Noe finished 3rd at 147 pounds while Bill Quattrucci finished 4th at 169 pounds. At the Sectionals, Quattrucci again wrestled well picking up a 3rd place fin- ish. Other individual place winners were Scott Trocki. who finished 5th at 140 pounds. John Corbett. who finished 6th at 100 pounds, and Noe, who finished 6th in his weight class. RONNIE BAETA RORY EASTMAN TRACY MADEN CAPT. LEIGl McLELLAN CAPT. SCOTT NOE BILL QUATTRUCCI SCOTT TROCKI CAPT. RODNE ' VIEIRA VARSITY (Front) Scott Trocki. Rorv Eastman. Capt. Scott Noe, Capt. Rodnev Vieira. Capt. Leigh McLellan. Frank Walsh. Coach Woo- druff. (2nd) leff Laurie. Craig Casano. Tracy Maden, Bill Quattrucci, leff Lynch. Danny McGillvray. (Rear) Kevin Mason, Mark lordan. Leigh McLellan Rodney Vieira Bill Quallrucxi Bill Quattrucci Jeff Lynch JUNIOR VARSITY (Front) Mike Sano, Neil Mailman, Mark Levine, Joe Murphy, Chris Chamberiin, Keith LePorte, Dave McLellan, Coach Tom Buckley. (2nd) Scott Miret, Steven Strenstrom, John Maloney, Eric Sneider, Jerry Abelovv, Mark Minuiti, John Corbett. (Rear) Tom McCann, Steven Feldman. Robert Palmer, Stephen Smith. Adam Doyle. Rodney Vieira, Leigh McLellan Diana DiCastro on the balance beam. (From) |an Callanan (Assistant Coach), Christine Kelleher. Robyn Greenberg. Regina Cottam. Denise Pinaud. Gail Kiddy. Marianne Buck- ley (Coach). (2nd) Joanne Davis, Chris Whiffen, Ann Bender, Dianna DiCastro. Lisa Sandler, Terri King. Debbie Slenstrom. (3rd) Sheryl Melanson. Terrie Hanna, Lori Clough, Jackie Boute, Gina Hudson, Anna Coltam. (Rear) Karen Norton, Debbie Bradbury. Stacie Lebow. GYMNAST CS The gymnastic team ended its season with an overall record of 3-9. The true nature of the team ' s performance, how- ever, does not reflect this record. The girls, playing against experienced competition, always gave their best effort. The leading all-around scorer (perform- ing in all four events) was Anna Cottam, averaging 24.4 points per meet. Regina Cot tam, the team ' s only Senior, was also an all-around, averaging 22.35 points per meet. Other individual standouts were Terrie Hanna on floor exercise with an average of 6.57, Gina Hudson on the vault with an average of 6.5 and Dianna DiCastro on the balance beam with an average of 5.1. The team completed its season in the Hockomock League Gymnastic Individual Championship. Competing for Stoughton were Anna Cottam, Regina Cottam, Terrie Hanna, Gina Hudson, Anne Bender and Dianna DiCastro. Special recognition should go to Terrie Hanna, who placed sixth in the floor exercise event with a score of 6.4 and Regina Cottam who ended her career placing fourth in the vaulting event with a score of 7.3. I Terrie Hanna leaps over the horse. Lori Clough flips for gymnastics. Clockwise: Dave Barbato, Kevin Plunkett. Renardo Silva, joe MacDonald, Mike Vieira, Steve Hoffman, Matt Cullen, Hank Leilao, Steve Quattrucci. ont) Coach John Dennison, Mike Vieira, Matt Cullen, Joe MacDonald. Steve Quattrucci, Dave Bar- o, Renardo Silva, Kevin Plunkett, Hank Leitao. (2nd) Diane Whyte, Tom DeNapoli, Jay Eagles, Joe illio. Jack Marinilli, Adam Turok, Steve Hoffman. (3rd) Karen Liaknickas, Mark Hurley, Patrick nne, Danny Simon, Dan Falvey, Timmy Plunkett, Bobby Westbrooks. (4th) Lori Freedman, Maria nara, Linda Moody, Kathy Bryant, Edmond Egan, Bob Jurgilewics, Kalvis Kirses, Billy Stenstrom. ar) Danny Holtzman. Gobi Scott. Karen Liaknickas and Kathy Bryant strain for the finish. WINTER TRACK Stoughton ' s indoor track team captured an overall fourth place in the Hockomock League Championship Meet. Coach John Denison ' s athletes also took fourth in the dual meet competi- tion. Leading scorers were Gobi Scott, 79V points; Dave Barbato 491 2; Adam Turok 37Va; Kevin Plunkett 32; Tom DeNapoli 31. A first for Stoughton was Scott ' s qualifying for the Eastern Regionals, where an unfortunate spill marred his endeavors. ,37 TECHNICAL DRAWING (Front) Vinny Foley, Larry Mangone, Jeff Richards, Matt Cullen, Mr. Stanley Barac. (Rear) Mike Vieira jimmy Noble, Bill Locke, Brian Davis, John Chisholm, Brian Lewis, John Hamilton, Jimmy Leonard Kenny Ross. Nancy Farrell displays her type of dance. • 1 " What a mess, " says Neal Blood. " Don ' t drop them, " says Paula Kelly to Mary Beth Coughlin. Artist (Pam Daynes) and her art. A Gleesome Threesome (Tina Rose. Sandy Barber, and Jean DiGiampietro.) 138 " My heart leaps up as I behold five leaping seniors in the Senior Spirit Corridor. " (Photo Maioli) Regina Cottam does her balance beam ro utine. 4 Santa ' s elves (Edie Fuld. Diane Hart, Maureen Grady. Kathy Grady) Terri Stewart and Marjorie Harlow take a break in Home-Ec routine. 139 141 Knight " Cubs " (Front) Robert Tarchara. Patrick Moody. Richard Miller. Laura Poshkus. (Second) Karen Francioso. Elaine Norden. Nancy McNaught. Patricia Serene. T(!rry Madan. (Rear) James Boudreau. Dave Wal- lace. Peter Stagman. Michael Small. Mr. Tapper and Clara Zadra discuss layout proce- dure. Lynda McLeod (Sales) Knieh ' Staff (Front) Mr. Tapper. Edward Gijps (2nd) Bru( r Ma( Diinald. Chris Tsinzo. (ran DiCiampietro. Sandra Barber. Karen Bran hi (,1rd) San- deep lain. Peter DiMalteo. Roherl Shalil. Grain Bez?arn. David NiiltinR. Pal Sereno. lulie Shipps. David Sinlow (4lh) N.incy Lanza. Kar Walsh. Lynda McLeod. Louise Slarkowsky. Nathan Rudin, |oe Polillio. Laura Silverman. Tim Tripp. Kevin Kershavv-. Eileen Boq |une Allen. (Rear) |im Boudreau. Richard Miller. Terry Madan. Elaini Norden. Ronda Kuznitz (Editorial Board: Karen Walsh. Nan Lanza. David Slolovv. Nathen Rubin). Barbara Buob Art Editor Linda Miniutti, Pam Camera. Clara Zadra 143 r Kathie Kerr Bob Bunson Chris Murray Sandy Barber 0 Pam Daynes Clara Zadra Maureen Coughlin Chris Tsinzo SENIOR SECTION: (Front) Lisa Weinstein. Steve Qualtrucci. (2nd) Maria Rehbinder, Jean Climo. Cathy Bitto, Wendy Fuld. Jean McMenimon (3rd) Michelle Pinaud. |oan McCarthy, Corinne Tobin. Sue Kane, Maureen Grady, Margaret Kiddy. Vickie McDermott. Mary Beth Coughlin. (4th) Mary Pelles, Diane Hart, [eanne O ' Neill. Pam Daynes. Kathy Parker. Lisa Francioso, Nancy Gearin, Chris Cos- lello, Paula Kelly. Kerry Galizio. Kathy Grady. (Rear) Don Straughter. Bob Bunson. Malt Cullen. Steve Hoffman. Marie Ogar. Michelle Yankauckas Suzanne Still Peter Michajlov PRODUCTION STAFF: (Front) Barbara Buob. Mary Gibson. (2nd) Gina Gouvalaris. Tina Rose. Lir Miniutti, Martha Lynch. Don Straughter. (Rear) Lisa Francioso. Sue Kane. Ed Giles. Peter MichajlJ Suzanne Still, Denise Costa, Bonnie Davidson, Karen Bracchi. 144 St ;v(; Quattrucci I.vnnc I lowc ' s Dther members of the yearbook staffs: (Front) Nancy Farrell, Maureen Coughlin, Chris Murray. Lynne 4owes. (Rear) Kathy Kerr, Terri McLaughlin, Nancy Sawyer. Ed Giles Nancy Sawyer Steve Quattrucci BUSINESS STAFF (Front) |ean DiGiampieIro, Bob Bunson (2nd) Mr. Tapper. Tina Rose. Lisa Calely. Suzanne Slill. Kalhy Parki-r (Ird) Karen Wallace. Michelle Yankauckas. Teri Slewarl. Corinne Tobin. Calhy Bilto. Lisa Francioso. Pam Daynes. Mary Beth Coughlin. (4lh) Phil D ' Allesandro. Mall Cullen. Steve Quallrucci. Steve Hoffman. Pele Michajlov. Scoll Lane. Ken Boudreau. Scoll Ewing. Ed Giles. Susan Bruce. Chris Coslello. (Rear) Pam Camara. Lynda McLeod. Margaret Kiddy. YOUT STAFF (Front) Mr Tapper. Steve Quattrucci. (2nd) Gina Gouvalaris. Laurie Manuel. Linda Miniulli. Martha Lynch. Barbara bob. (3rd) Lisa Franciosa. Clara Zadra. Liz Barrett. Diane Hart. Suzanne Still. Ed Giles. Bob Bunson. Pam Davnes (Rear) Maria Rchbin- fr. Mary Pelles, |ohn Walsh. Sandy Barber. Chris Tsinzo. Marv Ellen Eagan, Matt Cullen. Sieve Hoffman. Kathie Kerr 145 Maureen Coughlin presents the Spirit Award to junior class officers Maureen Powers, president: Dori Kelly, vice president; joe Gelly, treasurer. Carlos Silva avoids the enemy. JUNIORS CLASS OF 1981 Maureen Powers deep in thought. (Photo: Giles) Reggie Slater I ' m bored. The Juniorettes. (Photo: Fedorowicz) SUPERDANCE ' 80 ANNUAL DANCE MARATHON SPONSORED BY THE CLASS OF 1981 FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE CAMPAIGN FOR MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY S5,500 was contributed to the Muscular Dystrophy Fund, the highest amount collected in the area. Mort ;iiai, _ijO kids danced in the marathon. 148 Angela Marolta, Nancy Farrell, Cheryl Klim, Debbie Swarlz, Martha Myers Miss Theresa Murray Class of 1981 Advisor Ed Giles ' 80 and John Quattrucci ' 82 And they danced for 10 hours. Alison Shaffer 80 149 FRESHMEN CLASS OF 1983 , FROSH BASKETBALL Front) Coach Michael Sfuber, Mark Levine, David Jordan, John Galanis, Dave Suslowicz, Bob Tar- hara. {2nd) Jay Hansen, Eddie Doherty, John Loughnane, Darin Jordan, Jeff Peterson. (Rear) Larry ' ainten, Joe Jordan, Larry Smith. j ' ront) ilelvin FROSH HOCKEY Jim McKelligan, Lennie Intravesator, Matthew Dineen, Mark Bosque, Wayne Aronson, Richard Drey, John Murray. Bob Chace. (Rear) Dave Gearin. John , Auther Bishop, Scott Levy, Sean Brophy, Dave Stephansky, Dave Fogarty, Bob Cronin, Coach Tim Hathaway. j Congratulations From SOUTHEND MINI MART 1679 Washington St. Boston. MA 02 I 18 536-8373 INTERIOR DECORATORS • DESIGNERS HEDLEY V. HOWLETT IE 1749 CENTRAL STREET STOuGHTON. MASS 02072 |6 17) 3-14 2000 CRIMMINS FROM STOUGHTON Real Estate — Insurance 1032 Central Street Stoughton, MA 02072 When You Run Out . . . Run in! BAYBANK NORFOLK COUNTY TRUST COMPANY 810 Washington Street Stoughton, 02072 344-4210 871 Washington St. Stoughton 156 Compliments of F. C. PHILLIPS World ' s Largest Manufacturer of Athletic Spikes and Cleats (617) 34I-0320 Orrice houbs By Appointment margin a. kaplan d.m.d. practice limited to pedodontics I044 CENTRAL STREET. STOUGHTON. 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MASS g f ' .. ■ ' J ORDERS PUT UP TO TAKE OUT PLEASE CALL 828-4720 OR 344-4782 ANDY ' S FOOD MART 330 Morton S+. S+oughton, MA 344-7992 341-0231 STEVENS APPLIANCE CENTER 754 WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON. MA 02072 160 Try Our Specialties Anyone Who Tastes Them Once Will Always Remember Them FRIENDLY PIZZA For Fast Service Call 344-7172 875 Washington Street (Route I 38) Stoughton, MA STOUGHTON ARMY NAVY CENTER 763 Washington Street Stoughton, Massachusetts 02072 1617) 341-0769 Best Wishes From M M VARIETY 1 00 Perry St. Stoughton, MA 344-2203 Congratulations Seniors From QUALITY AUTO PARTS OF STOUGHTON, INC. 48 Wyman St. Stoughton, MA 344-5500 C. H. " Jack " Beckford Automotive and High Performance Suppliers 161 Best Wishes HORAN OIL CORP. 545 Pearl Street Stoughton, MA 02072 Phone 344-9803 TWIN-KEE CLOTHING IK UNIROYIU. FLAIR CARPETS INC. GENERAL FLOORING CO. 344-8000 BARMAN TIRE AUTO CENTER Most Major Brands 550 Washington St. Stoughton. MA 02072 Ken and Howard Barnnan Stoughton 764 Washington St. 344-7200 163 571 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. Anything Automotive 25 Hour Towing AAA ALA SERVICE Owned and Operated by Joseph Gonnes Stoughton, MA Phone: 344-9808 — Days 344.8429 — Nights Congratulations to All Graduates of the Class of 1980 From JIMMY ' S MARKET 253 Pleasant Street Stoughton, MA Phone:344-9310 Phone:344-8981 FARMER ' S WORLD, INC. Wholesale and Retail If you can find fresher fruits and vegetables, they are still growing. 839 Park Street Stoughton, Mass. Managed by Aurello and Sons CANTON FENCE 1219 Washington Street, Route 138 Stoughton, Mass. Good Luck to the Class of 1 980 16a OUELLET PHARMACY, INC, Professional Pharmacy 756 Washington S+reet Stough+on Square Phone: 344-3400 591 Washington Street Stoughton, MA JOE ' S GULF SERVICE Ryder Truck Rentals HVDER Dr. Mar+in A. Kaplan 1044 Central Street Stoughton, Mass. 165 166 Best Wishes to the Class of 1 980 DRUG FAIR 993 Central Street Stoughton, Mass. 344 5600 167 NOVEL-TEE ' S T-Shir+s Jackets Athletic Wear Trophies and Awards Custom Screen Printing Group Discounts 977 Central St. Stoughton 344-8438 Congratulations Class of ' 80 Fronn DOROTHY JEAN ' S BAKERY 419 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 344-2994 Congratulations Class of 1980 SAMAR COMPANY 168 Congratulations to the Class of 1 980 From STOUGHTON AUTO EXPRESS. INC. 1941 Washington St. Stoughton, MA 02072 Good Luck STOUGHTON HARDWARE 169 Ann C. Fraught FLORAL ART SHOPPE 681 Washington St. (Rte. 138) Stoughton, Massachusetts 02072 (6 1 7) 344-2632 Best Wishes to the Class of 1 980 From BLACKER ' S STOUGHTON SEWERAGE DISPOSAL COMPANY 22 Parnham Road P.O. Box 74 Stoughton. MA 02072 Phone: 344-1036 GOODYEAR WINDSOR TIRE CO., INC. 500 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. 02072 344-9909 • 344-8333 170 Congra+ula+ions From the TOWN SPA PIZZA Celebrating Our 25th Anniversary Serving Residents of Stoughton and Surrounding Comnnunities ® MEDICAL PHARMACY 769 Washington St. Tel. 344-23 I I Stoughton. MA STOUGHTON DINER 657 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Phone: 344-9061 Open Daily From 6 a.m. to I a.m. Closed Sundays Best Wishes LEE ' S BEAUTY SALON 161 Pleasant Street Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Phone: 344-9966 171 9 I TOTAL AUTO PARTS 339-341 Washington Street, Stoughton, Mass. 7 a.nn.-9 p.m. — Monday-Friday 7 a.nn.-5 p.m. — Saturday Phone: 344-4300 GRECO PIZZA 358 Washington Street, Stoughton, Mass. Across From Shaws — Phone 344- 1 340 Pizza — Clams — Grinders — Spaghetti — Fish ' n Chips — Greek Salads — Shish-Ka-Bob — Steak and Cheese — Pepper Steak — Baked Lamb Every Day Special — Buy 4 Pizzas to Go and One Cheese Pizza Free RECORDS TAPES 900tf ttibfotiooo Villaga Mall. 95 Washington Stre«t. Canton. Ma 02021 828-4533 Walpole Mall. Route 1. East Walpole. Ma 02032 762-3323 Mystic Mall. Everett Ave.. Chelaaa. Ma. 02150 884-8544 STOUGHTON BIKE CENTER Sales and Service on All Makes 742 Washington St. Stoughton 172 DAVID Sales — Service Satisfaction Guaranteed No One Can Beat Our Deals New and Used Cars 287 Washington St., Route 1 38 Stoughton 341-0310 173 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF I 80 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. 555 Turnpike Street Canton, Mass. 174 Compliments of BLACKWELL STUDIO " Your Class Photographer " 1 0 Freeman Street Stoughton, Mass. GOLD PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Barber Joe and Marguerite Collins Bill and Marion Coughlin Mrs. Ka+hryn E. Cullen The Lawrence Eliot Fitzpatrick Family Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Francioso Mr. and Mrs. John F. J. Fullerton Dot and Henry Hickey Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Ivaldi, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Williann Jardin Mr. and Mrs. Felix L. LaPorte Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ledwith Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Levine and Family Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Roose Mr. and Mrs. John J. Szum Dr. and Mrs. James H. Tyer Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Weinstein Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zadra Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carter David, John, and Elizabeth Ann Flanagan Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth hiart and Family Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Morris Mr. and Mrs. J. Peter Niosi Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Norris and Family Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas L. Parker Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Still and Family Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Sammarco SILVER PATRONS The Barbell Family Mr. and Mrs. Bunson Max and Monika Buob Mr. and Mrs. John Cannara Mr. and Mrs. Tibero V. Cunha Gene and Kay Fogarty Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Freedman Mr. and Mrs. John F. Giles Mr. and Mrs. Williann Kane Mr. and Mrs. James Noe Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Savino Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sawyer Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tobin Judith Quat+rucci The D ' Alessandro Family Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. McGrath Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Natoma BRONZE PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Edmund J. Curry The Daynes Fannily Joan M. Moreau Mr. and Mrs. Leo I. Petrie, Jr. and Family Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Tremblay Kenneth A. 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