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

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PUBLIC LIBRARY STOUGHTON, MASS. .02072 Periodkvl SrOUGHTON PUBLIC LIBRARY p. 0.80X209 SrOUQMTOH MA 00972 IsrouQMTOH.MAogp: Stou hton Vioh School Stough-tort.WaSS, 0207 Z ■JUNIOR YEAR 1979-1980 Second only lo one . . . Theresa comes through again . . . officers: Maureen Powers, Dori Kelly, Terrie Fianna. Joe Gclly . . . The Sub Supper . . . Junior Prom: April 18th, 1980 " Just You and Me " . . . Rocky Point — the Flume . . . cruisin ' . . . PSAT ' s, class rings . . . Another M.D. Telethon, another Spirit Award . . . Seniors. Richard Swartz. Bernie Gerson. Ben Hoffman, and Mike Abril perform at a football game. Gail Wingrove. Diane Frederickson, Kim Levy, Gene Chevry, Queen Laurie Engiey, Stacey Calleneder, Denise Blahut. 4 SOPHOMORE YEAR 1978-1979 Only 3 more years . . . Class Offi- cers: Robert Carter, John Day, Terrie Hanna, Lori Clough . . . Miss Murray still hangs in there ... " A Knight in Spring " . . . Spirit Award . . . Muscular Dys- 1 trophy Dance Telethon . . . Roast Beef Supper? . . . Class Trip to Lincoln Park . . . still walking . . . almost upperclassmen. JItM I I 12 While the fountain of youth is flowing, blossom forth and grow, as a young bud is early spring. You ' ve given advice: I did not heed Yet in my mind, you ' d planted a seed You ' ve spoken your mind ' til my head rang like a bell Oh yes. my gardener, you ' ve watered me well 16 hooks I ' ve read llfed You ' ve drilled in my head, " Be careful, but run! " Giving me one part shade and two parts sun And still I sit waiting, feeling blind, deaf and mute But I know, it is I, who must now bear the fruit Design and Copy: June Ailen 17 STOUGHTON SCHOOL COMMITTEE Dr. Peter Sperandio, Mr. William Dineen, Mr. John Dacey, Mrs. Rosana Molinari, Mrs. Joanne Blomstrom. SCHOOL COMMITTEE CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION DR. JOHN MURRAY Superintendent of Schools " I know no method to secure the repeal of bad or obnoxious laws so effective as their stringent execution. " GRANT MR.PAULLECLAIRE Supervisor, Ed. Svces DR.GUYTARDANICO Career Ed. Project Dir. 36 TO MEMBERS OF THE CLA3S OF I98I A hearty conp;ratulation3 on your graduation from Stoufhton Hip;h School. To your fajnily and the community, I al30 extend a warm thank you or the continued support v:Viich they have «»iv6n to the school on your behalf. Your graduation marUs a very important step in your educational career. It signals the attainment of one f.oal in life ' s never-ending educational process. You will be confronted by many challenges and seemingly Impossible tasks in the future. The staff of Stoughton High School has provided you v;itli the necessary- experiences to meet and solve those confrontations . At this point in time, the world-wide social condition seems to portray " man ' s inhumanity to man " . Society is seeking a solution to this phenomenon. May we, the staff of Stoughton High School, have imbued you with competence and compassion -- the competence which avoids being do-gooders and that compassion which enables you to suffer with those who suffer; be it from physical pain. Injustice or ir.norance. With these qualities, hopefully you will provide society with the solution it seeks. Continue developing your intellectual and human potential. They know no bounds. Go forth with hope, confidence and a desire to excel and I assure you that you will achieve your goals and be a credit to your parents, your school and, most import€untly , to yourselves. Thank you for makinp; my own tasks so rewardinr . My best wishes for iealth, happiness and success in the years to come. Sincerely , Dale F. LaVelle Principal Stoup;hton High School STOUGHTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS JOHN G MUF?RAy. Ed O. To the Class of 1981: It is a pleasure for me, as Superintendent of Schools, to extend to all the members of the Class of 1981 my best wishes upon this occasion of your graduation. It is only fitting that the happiness in this most Importanc year of your life will fondly be remembered not only as the year of your graduation but also as the year in which the hostages returned safely to their country and to their homes. This important event should be a constant reminder that the education which you have received had a major goal; namely, the development of your potential as a person that has the privilege of living In a free society. This individual freedom stemming from the guidance you have received from your teachers and family affords you an opportunity to not only find your place in the world but, in fact, to become an outstanding citizen of the world. We share in your hopes and dreams as you venture forth either to higher education or to the world of business. May you always exhibit the best personal qualities which you possess and find an enriched life because of the time you spent in the Stoughton Public Schools. Your parents, your friends and members of the school department are very proud of the accomplishment you have achieved. I hope that in the years to come you will look fondly back to the time spent here and, if the occasion permits, you will take time out to come back and visit with us. S incerely , " 7 Superintendent of Schools 37 Sc-nior (lass officers and Ad vcsors Robert Carter, President Tcrrie Hanna, Secretary For the first three years of the presence of the Class of 1981 in Stoughton High, Miss Theresa Murray was the advisor. It is no small task to take a bunch of freshmen and to coordinate their activities so that they form some kind of meaningful unity. Miss Murray (now Mrs. Hagerty) was able to acquit her responsibilities with great distinction. She was instrumental in help- ing the class introduce some new " tradi- tions ' " into Stoughton High, especially the " Dance Marathon " in support of Muscular Dystrophy, which raised record amounts her last year here. For her plea- sant manner, her dedication to the class, for her support to the individuals making up the class government, Mrs. Hagerty is deserving of the highest appreciation from the Class of 1981. She truly " cared. " We wish her the greatest joy in her new career as a housewife. To the class of ' 81: The years one spends in high school are divided by both academic and social persuits. As a class we have distinguished ourselves to be over-achievers in both these areas. We have reached a point in our lives where we can reflect on our many enjoyable ex- periences. Whether these experiences were shared with just a few or with the class as a whole, they will always be cherished. Four years ago we entered this school not knowing what to expect. As graduating seniors, we can feel proud of the many con- tributions we have made to help Stoughton High develop academically as well as socially. It is time for us to move on. We left our mark with pride and I hope other classes w ill follow our fine example. Sincerely, Robert Carter Class President Dori Kcllv. Vice President Lori Clough, Treasurer Mr. James Boushcll, Advisor TO THE CLASS OF ' 81 It has been my extreme pleasure to be your advisor this year. I will always remember the close relationships that were formed during this time. Although I have been with you for a short time, you have shown a great deal of en- thusiasm, desire and sacrifice in all class endeavors. May I wish you all the happiness and suc- cess in your coming years. James L. Boushcll 40 Mrs. Theresa (Murray) Haggerly Advisor. 1977-1980 Senior (lass ' xecuiive 3oaTcL (From) Debbie Shcff. Mar bclh k innis, Chcrri Cicary, (2nd) Karen Bcttr., Don Kcll . I die I uld. Jem uunt:, I ikcn 1urr.i . Pjiii S,i« er l . rd) I on C lough. J.iniie Hauheidcr. Di.inne VV hue lu.innL Mi Samara. I on Mondor Beverly Sleeves. Debbie Beigis. Paula Camara, Lori Freeman, (4lh) Terrie Manna. Denivc Murphv, Su an Banc, Maureen Powers, .lanice Kane. John Da . Billy W iksirom. Bn.m D.innelK. Sean MeC arihy. I red Raymor)d. Dann Grlffm. John Fidler (Rear) Lon Boraks, Bob Curler, Mark Goldberg. Bob Garniy The last year at SHS . . . 1980, the year Reagan was elected. Proposition 2 ' : began, and the hostages were freed . . . Mighty, Mighty seniors! . . . Class advisor Mr. Boushell; Class officers: President Robert Carter, Vice President Dori Kelly. Secretary Terrie Hanna, Treasurer Lori Clough . . . Sketti Supper, Homecoming . . . car?wash? . . . Another successful Dance Marathon . . . Chateau DeVille. Frank Davis Resort . . . yearbook, superlatives, applications . . . party, party, party . . . " you ' re seniors? ' ' . . . good times, good friends . . . graduation . . . Bye Dance Marathon for Muscular Dystrophy (Photo; Tom Melanson) School Spirit Contest 41 MICHAEL F ABRIL JUNE ALLEN Junia, Junebug . . . they tell me I ' m moody . . . Peeve: unsorted hangers . . . Favorites: blue sides, downpours, springs and summers ... to live it up! .. . " All Night Long, " call attention to yourself . . . thanks Ma, Dad. . . . catch ya on the wild side. LISA ALLEN Trouble . . . Peeves: getting up in the morning, ignorant people . . . Pink Floyd, comfortably numb. The Who, Teenage Wasteland . . . Cape Cod, Kinks Concert ... to get out of here. JENNIFER KARA ALPERT Friendly, creative, sensitive . . . Dupuis and " The Castle " . . . dancing, music, " disco " . . . " My ship will come? " . . . Teddy Pendergrass . . . " My prince " . . . " 108 " . . . " Can I ask you a question? " . . . always found with Heidi . . . lunch with friends before chemistry class . . . thanks to all my friends; I ' ll never forget you. RUDY ALTERIO Crenshaw . . . quiet, easy-going . . . Peeves: putting in engines, Mondays . . . Led Zeppelin, water-fall, ' 69 Chevy, the hut, dead-end, camping . . . Canada-bound . . . going out with the gang: Dan, Mark, Scott, Dean, Brad, Toad, Troll. JOHN R. ANDERSON, JR. Hondo, Johnny A. . . . sensitive, friendly . . . Peeves: cliques, student apathy . . Beatles, Patriots, Fidler Fan Club, StuC, being with family, friendship of Todd, Eric, John, Mark . . . college . . . Suzanne, Doobies 1979, football at Blue Hills, the pack . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. JUNE D.ALLEN LISA M.ALLEN JOHN A. BAKER HOWARD J. BARER 42 JEANNE M. BELIVEAU MICHAEL BENJAMIN TONYA R. BARRETT JAMIE A BATCHELDER LEONARD BEATRICE DEBORAH A. BENDER JOHNNA L. BARRETT J.B. . . . crazy, loud, found with Donna, Toni, Paula . . . Peeve: phonies ... Superlramp, E.L.O. ... " no problem " ... Norwood 11 5 80, cheering, Italian food club ... " chuga chuga, " 7 1 80, Friday the 1 3th, Muddy Pond ... to be happy . . . thanks everyone. TONYA BARRETT Toni . . . outgoing, loud, crazy, loving . . . Peeves: subs, moody people, discrimination . . . Zeppelin, science . . . " Do it up " . . . Stu ' 11 ... M.I.T., Ajnp . . . Maynard " 79 " . . . Roxies " 80 . . . to be successful and prosper . . . thanks, Mr. Maccini, and especially Mom. JAMIE A. BATCHELDER Jamie . . . friendly, sensitive, embarrassed, gullible . . . " Don ' t confuse me " . . . Peeves: waiting, depending on others . . . long talks, parties, great times with friends . . . " Still. " field hockey ' 79, S-ball with Harry, Agua! . . . Florida, 4 20 81 . . . rainbows ... to make all my dreams come true ... to be happy. SUSAN M. BATTE Tuttie ... the cold, " 008 " , Florida . . . " spoonin, " . . . Peeve: saying good-bye . . . " Jingles, " " I don ' t know, " always-n-forever, still . . . good times with Janice, Denise, Moe . . . Little Leagues . . . S-ball with Har ... to reach the end of my rainbow. DEBORAH A. BENDER Debbie, Deb , . . Kelly, you ' re my best friend, thanks . . . drive-ins . . the prom and beach party . . . Cape Cod vacations . . . thanks to special friends. MICHAEL BENJAMIN Bone . . . weekend warrior . . . Pet Peeve: war meltdown . . . Favorites: " high voltage rock and roll, " sin city . . . Karen Lee. Black Sabbath. New York. FAITH D. BERGLUND Short, patient, determined ... 4 25 80. 11 9 80. Walpolc. Virginia, found with Corinne always . . . Nova, drill team, my best buddy, talk to me, I want it . . . Peeve: people who think they ' re better . . . Future plans: psychology . . . love and thanks to Mom and friends. FAITH D. BERGLUND 43 NEIL M. BERGMAN NEIL M. BERGMAN Skunky . . . funny, radical, crazy . . . Peeve: warm Schlitz cans . . . Favorites; Zeppelin, Sabbath, Skynrd, Duggan St., " Wake up Louie! " . . It ' s been real, thanks Mom and Dad. ELLENS. BERMAN LI . . . friendly, moody, sensitive . . . Peeves: wailing, no money, mug- giness. Frizz . . . Memories: cruising with Mare, the poo . Munch house, seven in a Montigo . . . Favorites: the buzz, splurging . . . " Think about it " ... all my love to Steve ... to lead an exciting life . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. MARY ELIZABETH BERTRAM Mary Beth . . . quiet, shy . . . Peeves: Carol ' s driving, waiting . . . Memories: Beatlemania. chorus, ski trips. CYO dances, parties, sum- mer of ' 80. " ding dong " ... to go to college . . . good times with friends. DAVID B. BESOZZI Quiet, happy, insane . . . Peeves: people, designer jeans . . . Favorites: The Grateful Dead. " Long live rock, " Granola bars ... to move to the mountains . . . " The Lord of The Rings " . . . Thanks for everything, Walshic. KAREN ANNE BETTS Ka . . . friendly, moody . . . Peeve: desert nights . . . Little Leagues, t- ping, laughing fits, good times . . . Florida . . . take time to love and be loved . . . thanks. Mom. Dad, and family. DENISE MARIE BLAHUT Dee . cheerful, outgoing, friendly, rowdy . . . Peeves: marines, cliques . . . Favorites: unicorns, purple, seafood, " Don ' t worry about it, " radiology . . . Memories: junior prom, 9 28 80 . . . thanks. Mom. BOB BLAIR Bob . . . Peeve: can ' t leave school grounds at 7:45 . . . Favorites: Freebird, cocaine, Ted Nugent . . . Memories: skipping, getting chased by security, Tony ... to travel, hopefully . . . glad to leave, this place is going down hill. ELLEN S. BERMAN JEANNE BERNARDI MARY BERTRAM DAVID B. BESOZZI KAREN A. BETTS JAMESA. BINNS DENISE M. BLAHUT BOB BLAIR 44 I MARKC. BOIVIN LORI BORAKS EILEEN J BORG ESON ELLEN JOYCE BOTSIAN DEBRA A.BOYD MARY JO BkAOBL R ' LAURA BRAHM MARK BOIVIN Peeves: Bonham ' s death and the blues . . . Remembers: Geils and Seger. weekends, suds and Jack. LORI BORAKS Spacey, loud . . . Peeves: not getting enough sleep, noisy people . . Favorites: Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd . . . Memories: Bickford ' s. F-hr Commons, senior carwash, Laura, thank-ya sir. EILEEN J. BORGESON Leen, Leenie . . . quiet, stubborn, moody . . . 7 26 77, 7 24 80 . . . Col- orado, Italian food, Jackson Browne, Springsteen, blue . . . Teel ' s Cabin, good limes, weekends ... to travel and be happy . . . thanks to Mom, Dad. ELLEN JOYCE BOTSIAN El ... us four, ouch!, " Cars, " California, " Wanna munch? " . . . Ames, my art buddy, secrets, all the good times . . . Peeves: bad moods, waiting, desert nights . . . love and luck to family and friends, to go to college, travel and be happy. DEBRA ANN BOYD Deb, Weebles . . . stubborn, sensitive, gullible, forever stuttering . . Peeves: cliques. Miss Piggy, disco . . . Seger, 9 6 80, " Turn the Page. " Sabbath, " the world is full of kings and queens who blind your eyes and steal your dreams, it ' s heaven and hell, " animals . . . Dave, junior prom. 4 18 80 . . . " think green " . . . " let ' s go to Randolph. " MARY JO BRADBURY M.J., Mare . . . gullible, friendly . . . " no sir " . . . Peeves: frizz, diets, no gas . . . Memories: Joe. cruisin ' with El, summer ' 79 with Jan. man faces, 4 17 79. 6 28 79 cut, Florida, seven-montigo ... Favorite: Riunite . . . thanks. Ma and Dad. 45 BILLY BRANDT RITA BRASIL tLiZABhl H J. BKA AU WILLIAM BRANDT Bills Peeves: Dunnie ' s Scotch, the boys . . . Favorites; hockey. Zep- pelin, Heinekens, The Boss, The Gibbs Boys, 12 16 80 ... to die in- credibl rich RITA BRASIL Reels . . family, talkative, crazy . . . " Come on, " " Always and forever " . . summers of " 79 and " 80. times spent with best friends . . . plans: marry, go to business school, and " be successful in whatever 1 plan to do " . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. ELIZABETH J. BRAZAO Liz . . . Gee . . . athletic, crazy . . . Peeve: getting caught . . . Favoritcs:Fleetwood Mac, 1 1 1 7 79, " Freebird, " " Still " . . . Memories: field hockey and the Franklin stick . . . thanks Ms. Batch, early Thursdays with Brian, Kathy, Diane, and Mich ' s, good times . . . later. DIANE ELIZABETH BRENNICK Dinnic, Wobbles. . . Pet Peeve: cliques . . . Favorites: Seger, " Turn the page " . " Hell is for children " . . . Memories: the Cape, beach bums, 9 14 79, " Gimme a break. " " OH (iOD " . . . thanks to all. DONNA M. BROWN Impulsive, mo(.)dy . . . Peeves: getting caught, nothing to wear . . . I avorites: before school, times with friends. The Doors, six years with Slcph and Laurie . . . " really " . . . miss ya patty . . . future with Sean, 3 1 5 80 . . . love you Mom and Dad. MARY KATE BURKE M.ir . shy. quiet . . . Doobie Brothers. Pablo Cruise. Billy Joel . . . S 2. " 79, Bermuda 5 30 79 . . . Plans: to go to college, travel. JEFFERYT.CABRAL Jeff . . . wild, crazy, loud . . . Peeve: school . . . Favorites: Jeanne 2 27 80 . . . Van Halen, Lynyrd Skynrd, " Freebird " . . . soccer ' 78. ' 79. ' 80 . . . skipping with Billv. getting bounced ... get married, make lots of money . . . usualK found at the diner. CYNTHIA ANN CABRAL Cindv . . Peeve: broken promises . . . Favorites: The Who. Cars, Beatles. Teenworld. frisbec. football, beaches . . . Memories: Drum Corps. Medford. drives and talks with Boody. summer parties . . . " Time onh what vou make of it " . . . Dean. Thanks for the memories. J DIANE E. BRENNICK DONNA M. BROWN MARY KATE BURKE MIKE P. BUTTERWORTH CYNTHIA A. CABRAL JEFFERY CABRAL 46 STACEY L.CALLENDER MARIA C. CAM ARA ELIZA A.CAMPANARIO BRAD CAMPBELL CAROLYN CAMPBELL MAUREEN A. CANNON GEORGE CARIOFILES STEVEN CARLSON PAULA CAMARA STACEY LYNNE CALLENDER Slace, Chick, Francisca . . . quiet, patient, lucky, fickle . . . Peeves: cli- ques, fake people, getting up early . . . Favorites: track, " check it out, " ' Spanish, " slick chick, " art, Diana Ross ... to be a dentist . . . Memories: Winter Dance 12 10 77, Jr. Prom 4 18 80. . . " Go for it! " MARIA C. CAMARA Saozinha . . . always smiling, understanding, moody . . . Favorites: ten- nis, soccer, dancing, listening to the radio, French ... 8 13 79, 4 1 8 80 . . . found with Pam and Slace . . . to be happy. PAULA CAMARA Outgoing, crazy . . . Peeve: punks . . . Favorites: " Good job, " " eee! " . . . Memories: a very special sophomore year, the Italian Food Club, Lori, Jean, " The cases are alive! " . . . Thanks SHS, it ' s been cosmic. ELIZA A. CAMPANARIO Liza . . . shy, quiet . . . checrleading, Stu-C . . . falling at Martha ' s Vineyard. Halloween " 80 . . . C-hr. Commons with the guys . . . talks with Bob . . . sophomore year: Jolly Giant, a bottle of cheese, a smile and a nudge . . . wailing . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. CAROLYN JEAN CAMPBELL Kalrin, Boopa . . . friendly, shy, unpredictable . . . Peeves: getting up in the morning, marching in the mud . . . Memories: just hanging around with Judy, camping, summer of ' 80, writing essays in a half hour . . . love and thanks to Mom. MAUREEN A. CANNON Moe . . . crazy, friendly, talkative . . . Memories of someone special, summer of ' 76, Chevys and Pontiacs . . . 2 16 80 . . . much love and thanks to Mom and Dad. GEORGECARIOFILES George . . . The Greek . . . Blue Hills Country Club Commissioner . . . Cal ' s ghosts . . . basketball at Stonehill 4 10 80 ... to go to college, to be an accountant. STEVEN CARLSON Steve . . . easy-going . . . Peeves: school, work . . . Favorites: football, concerts, the Pat ' s . . . retire early and be rich . . . thanks. Ma and Dad. 47 DEAN CARLTON LISA ANNECARRIUOLO ROBERT EDWARD CARTER DEAN CARLTON PsNcho, Bagel . . . " Oh well " ... " I don " i care " . . . Peeves; Trol , put- ting in engines . . . Favorites: hanging around . . . Cindy, Troll, Rudy, Dan, Mark, Scott, Brad, Toad ... " 68 Camaro ... El Camino ... be happy and have fun . . . thanks. LISA A. CARRIUOLO 1 IN outgoing, friendly, impatient . . . Peeves: lies and broken pro- mises . . . Favorites: Tom Pettie, Santana, Fleetwood Mac, " Turn the Page " ... to live from one day to the next, cosmetology . . , Memories: good times with good people, cherished memories with Bruce . . . thanks. Mom, for everything. ROBERT EDWARD CARTER Boomer, Rocco . . . friendly, athletic . . . Peeve: the system . . . Ivy League . . . baseball with Prior, thanks Mr. Bucklin ... On the floor, Seger. road trip, 7 21 80, Jocko ' s Parlor . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. CRAIG CASANO Peeves: 8:00 a.m. to 2:09 p.m.. making weight . . . Favorites: Led Zep- pelin, Lynyrd Skynrd, Hendrix, wrestling ... to go to college for business . . . Memories: The Who. 1 2 16 79, Bird Street Conservation. ALISON L.CHERRY Ali . . . moody, silly, quiet . . . Peeve: rainy days, boring weekends . . . Favorites: piz a. gymnastics, skiing . . . " to the beach " . . . " See. 1 did it " . . . Remembers: Rick 5 15 80, Blue Hills, 9 8 80 Yes, five years with Laurie, all the good times . . . work with kindergarten kids. JEAN MARIECHEVERIE Chev . . . Peeve: friends who aren ' t . . . Bob Seger, Butch, Nova. Dinky, talks with Paul, any deserted island will do. Cahoons Hollow, painting the town with Rox. beautiful loser, fire and rain ... to help the disabled love to Jim. thanks Mom. Dad and family. RONALD SCOTT CHISOLM Scott . . . unpredictable, short, funny . . . Peeves: people who smoke, know-it-all people. Commons, buses . . . Favorites: The Rose. Divine Madness, spaghetti, baseball. Red Sox, driving around ... to be a com- puter technician. CRAIG CASANO JL.W L HL ERIE ALISON CHERRY JAMES CHISHOLM R. SCOTT CHISHOLM FLORENCE CIMILDORO 48 CHERl-ANN CLEARY LORRIE A.CLOUGH JANET LEIGH COCCHI JOHN COE CHERYLCOLLINS JOHN CONNOLLY EDWARD L. CONRAD SUSAN CONSTANTIN CHERI-ANN CLEARY Cheri . . . talkative, sensitive, accident-prone . . . Peeves; waiting, screen doors ... " I forgot " . . . C.Y.O. ski trip with Dori, The Bulkhead, good times with Grace, ' 82 girls 1 . . . Gina ' s party, the original four Bermuda " 81 ... the Vega, J, Geils 4 1 9 80, Tom i 1 1 4 80, college. LORRIE ANN CLOUGH Cloughbough ... " 1 don ' t believe you just did that " . . . Peeves: black jujifruits. fights with Sheff, 8:00 practices . . . Favorites: funions. " Sail On " . . . coaster road in the green machine . . . the cave . . . slushbound . . . " thanks guys for four full years of fun " . . . love to Mom and Dad . . . college bound. JANET LEIGH COCCHI Jan . . . friendly, outgoing . . . Peeve: Frizz, waiting . . . Memories: cheering with Wen. M and M. weela 9 23 79. fun times with Mare and El, " Der you Queer, " Christmas party ' 79, seven in a Montigo. Dan ' s senior prom and beach, love to Dan ... be happy, go to Hawaii . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. JOHN MICHAEL COE Friendly, easygoing . . . Peeve: getting up at 6:00. parking at jr. high . Favorites: ' 67 Firebird, skiing, golf. " The Cars. " radical machines . . . Remembers: National Honor Society. Golf team. Roxies. Martha ' s Vineyard, bringing a truck to the ' 81 car wash . . . automotive engineering. SUSAN M. CONSTANTIN Sue C . . . sensitive, quiet, moody . . . Peeve: stolen cars . . . Favorites: Neil Young. " Lotta Love " . . . special memories with Mark Augustmi . . . Aurora Borealis. " Pocahontis . . . Nantucket island 1 I 3 80 ... a letter from Aimee . . . Thanks. Jo . . . Many Thanks, Mrs. Powell. 49 ANNA M COTTAM PATRICIA A. COUGHLIN AIMEEL. COULOMBE ANNA-MARIA COTTAM Anna . . . cra y, friendly, talkative . . . Peeves: rain on the weekends, liars . . . rainbows . . . " Stairway to Heaven " . . . gymnastics, gum sup- ply, pink . . , " What? " . . . Love to David, 8 2 80, Florida with the gang . . . Marxes, Babe, Sweet Sixteen surprise party . . . proms . . . thanks. Mom. PATRICIA A. COUGHLIN Patty . . . friendly, generous, patient . . . Peeves: Wendy ' s, cabs, fences Charlie ' s place . . . cats . . . eight bathrooms! ... get the raincoats . . . N.Y. with Dianne and Lisa, 8 27 80 . . . fingers and scum . . . ManNficId 1 39 . . . to go to college and work with children. AIMEECOULOMBE Quiet, sensitive, aggressive . . . Peeve: driving to school staccato-style, try-outs . . . Favorites: The Who concert ' 79. writing poems, young senior, " Chapter, " by mom, best friend Bryan, the first competition, go- ing for gold . . . Love you. Mom and Dad. TEDS. CRIFO Thco . . . friendly, talkative . . . " get off my back! " . . . Mac ' s. Shaw ' s . . . 4 18 80 and party after . . . Pet Peeve: backstabbers . . . " B-52 ' s . . . " license and registration please " . . . memories with Mrs. Claus . . . to be successful . . . thanks to Mom and Dad. DENISECRIVELLARO Determined, loud, outgoing . . . Peeve: rules . . . Favorites: the Who. " Born to be Wild. " the Kinks. AC DC. " much later " . . . Remembers: weekend of 8 8 80. Lebanon. New York. Black Sabbath, I I I 1 78 . . . h.ippv w ith Bobby. THOMAS FRANCIS CUMMINGS Tom Peeve: losing to Canton . . Remembers: junior prom, ski trips, Roxics . found with Chrissy . . ' 71 Monte Carlo ... the Cars con- cert. Civic Center football Plans: college. MARGARET DALTON Maggie always late . . sunshine. White Mountains Dalion Mountain! . . . Ma. Dad. and our Frecbird. to find TFDS CRIFO DENISECRIVELLARO I THOMAS F.CUMMINGS EDMUNDJ.CZVRAS MARGARhT M. DALTON 50 DENISE E. DALY BONNIE DAWE JOHN E. DAY DIANA ELIZABETH DeG YVES THOMAS R. DeNAPOLI LINDA L. dePINA DEBORAH L. DePINHO MARK PETER DeVEBER PAULG. DeVTTO DENISE DALY ' Found with Butch . . . gulhble, moody, talkative . . . Peeves: pigs, two- faced people, waiting . . . " Tom Petty, " " Stones, " " Seger, " " Turn the Page " . . . 4 14 80, April vacation ' 80, the Tornado . . . My second family . . . cherished memories with Butch ... to be happy. BONNIE LEE DAWE Bon Bon . . . quiet, sensitive, athletic . . . Peeve: nagging . . . eating, bowling, holidays. Drill Team, years in green, Junior Miss Pageant . . to become a flight attendant. JOHN EDWARD DAY Hondo D . . . crazy, rowdy, ambitious . . . Peeves: the system . . . SHS, Jazz Band, Mr. C, hockey, cartoon voices, head butt, Nancy Jean, col- lege, Olympic hockey " 84, Bermuda . . . thanks, .Mom and Dad. THOMAS R. DeNAPOLI Tom . . . friendly, athletic . . . Peeves: coffee. " What ' s the matter? " . . . found with Pam ... my uncle ' s brother, Ross, Brookfield forever . . Champs ' 80, ' 81, rides home on track bus, Pam 10 15 77, Squinch . . a special home, thanks Ma and Pa. LINDA LOUISEdePINA Lin . . . friendly, easy-going, happy . . . Peeves: two-faced people, bigots . . . Onset beach 10 24 80. tall ships ' 80. New York, New Hampshire, Puerto Rico, Washington, Indiana " treasured memories of all the great friends I ' ve made. " thanks, Mr. Monti, Mom and Dad. DEBORAH L. DePINHO Debbie, Buffy . . . moody, gregarious . . . Peeve: gym . . . Favorites: Bad Co.. Uriah Heep, Art 1 2 3 4 . . . thanks, Mr. Medeiros . . . 4 7 80. 10 4 80 . . . Thanks, Mark ... I love you. Mom and Dad. MARK PETER DeVEBER Space . . . New York, New York . . . Mac ' s a. v. room . . . " Praying to the porcelain god " . . . Babes and the Dirty Dozen . . . good luck to my buddies Andy, Warren, and Chuck . . . good times at the Spa . . . " Whip it. " PAULG. DeVITO Guido . . . moody, friendly, athletic . . . Peeves: Mr. Bernier ' s jokes, disco, no money . . . Lynyrd Skynrd . . . Roll Gypsie Roll . . . hockey . . . 12 15 79 . . , Atlantic Rythm Section and Bonnie Rait in Concert . . . college, computer science. 51 JOHN M DiGLORIA JOHN DiGLORIA John . . . wild and crazy guy . . . Peeve: snobby, two-faced people . . . Favorites: Van Halen, " Could This be Magic, " red cup, . . . Memories: summer of ' 80, Mr. Barac l.d. I, 11,111... looking forward to summer of ' 81. BRADFORD W. DILLMAN Pickle . . . friendly, do anything for anybody . . . Peeves: snobs, rallies . . . Favorites: Faith, Johnna, Corinne, Chinese food, movies, " Another one bites the dust " . . . Memories: Jr. Prom, Commons ... to go to col- lege, see the world. LUCIA C. DiLOLLO Lou . . . moody, loud, outgoing . . . Peeves: dry nights, 8:00 bells . . . Favorites: french fries, " The Cars, " Town Spa . . . Memories: the gang 10 3 80, eight years with my buddy Ruth, Jr. Miss Pageant, 10 25 80, Al 10 77-6 79 . . . thanks. Mom and Dad, I love you. MICHELLE DiLORENZO Shorty, Shelly . . . quiet, fickle, sensitive . . . Peeves: cliques, popularity contests . . . Favorites: punk rock, B52 ' s " Rock Lobster, " pizza . . . Memories: marathon dances. Winter Dance with Jimmy 12 15 79, Mr. Boushell ' s Accounting I class ... to be a computer programmer. PETER M. DiMATTEO Pete . . . serious, funny, talkative . . . Bob ' s Foodmart . . . Peeve: math, rainy winters . . . Favorites: snowmobiling, Dillon, movies. Student Council ... to be successful in business. SUZANNE L. DINO Sue . . . friendly, quie t, easygoing . . . " Don ' t worry about it " . . . run- ning for the bus . . . tennis, Rhode Island . . . hot chocolate and donuls with Heidi . . . Quebec . . . law school, to be happy . . . " love always to m family. " ELENA M. DIO Eky . . . sensitive, impatient . . . Peeves: waiting, friends that aren ' t . . . Favorites: Bob Scger. mmm good bug . . . Memories: skipdays ' 79. Jim 8 17 80. partying with Laurie and Marci, Laurie ' s 360 ... to be a legal secretary . . . thanks. Mom. RONALDS. DOLLOFF Ron . . . easy-going, radical . . . Peeve: accidents, car loans . . . Styx, Journey, Seger . . . Memories with Sue, Kansas concert, Lisa. 10 3 80, weekend in New Hampshire. Mich ' s. " Not even a little bit " . . . thanks. Mom BRIAN R. DONNELLY Mostly quiet but sometimes outgoing . . . Peeves: sadness, away games . . . Favorites: Julie 1 2 29 79, the boat trip, hockey . . . " Is it safe? " . . . to be very happy. BRADFORD W. DILLMAN MICHELLE DiLORENZO SUZANNE L. DINO LUCYC. DiLOLLO PETER DiMATTEO 9 ELENA M. DIO RONALDS. DOLLOFF BRIAN R. DONNELLY 52 SCOTT J. EAGLES EDWARD T. EARTBAWEY LAURIE A. ENGLEY MICHELLE A. ENNIS SHARIE. ENOS LISAJ.ENSIN CATHERINE MARGARET PAGAN KAREN A. DUROSS Karen . . . friendly, fun, easily embarrassed . . . Peeves; pickles, scums . . . eight bathrooms! . . . tomato face . . . majorettes . . . Fro and a belt . . . I ' ll never forget my friends . . . every minute spent with Dave . . . nursing . . . I ' ll miss this old place but I ' m glad to go . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. CATHERINE MARGARET EAGAN Cathy, Catalina . . . gullible, bus rides, track . . . Bene, " Fighting Irish, " 10 28 79 best buddies, beach queens, hot pink . . . Favorites: nice Irish boys, gook ' n, red lights, prep, Newport . . . Peeves: knees, ham, no pool, sassooning . . . " Go for it! " SCOTT J. EAGLES Beagles . . . easy-going, willing, normal, satisfied . . . Peeves: wedgies, hickies . . . Favorites: Stones, " Give me a Break, " seen with Deb. Michelob . . . Memories: Martha ' s Vineyard incident, scarred for life. Sandy Neck Beach 9 28 80, Carlos ' wild Saturday night ... to go to college. EDDIE EARTBAWEY Lazy, sarcastic, friendly, always late . . . Peeves: jocks, getting up, the boys . . . Favorites: Lynyrd Skynrd, " Turn the Page, " football, the taste buds . . . bodyman ... J. Geils, Jimmy ' s, The Three Musketeers . . . memories of the beast . . . field trips. LAURIE ANNE ENGLEY Laurie . . . friendly, silly, studious . . . Peeves: pressure, towtrucks . . " Colour My World, " 23rd, found with Bob ... Jr. Prom, Scusset . . . StuC. drill . . . 10 3 1 78 with the gang . . . Memories: Florida . . . love to Mom and Dad ... to be a doctor. MICHELLE ANNE ENNIS Michelob, Shelly . . . crazy, moody, sensitive . . . Peeves: two-faced peo- ple, ISS . . . Favorites: Doors. Lynyrd Skynrd. Chinese food . . Memories: clubbing at the edge, the Who " 79, Bob Seger ' 80, 8 14 79 Fish ' s party ... to be happy and have money. SHARI E. ENOS Shari . . . determined, friendly . . . Favorites: Cheap Trick. Led Zep- pelin . . . Peeve: pick-up trucks . . . Memories: sophomore year with the gang, C-hr. Commons, 10 31 78, 10 31 80 with the " substance, " Jr. Prom . . . Florida ... to go to college . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. LISA JEAN ENSIN Lisa . . . friendly, happy, easygoing . . . Peeves: deadlines, work . . . eight bathrooms! . . . cats, Charlie ' s Place . . . N.Y. with Diane and Patty 8 27 80, Roxies 1 1 hrs., Mansfield 139, fingers and scum ... get the raincoats ... to go to college. 53 — 1 DEBORAH J. EPSTEIN GERALD M. FABIAN MICHAELS. FAHEY DEBORAH J. EPSTEIN Debbie, Deb . . . talkative, crazy, daring . . . Favorites; " Stairway to Heaven, " Led Zep., I Love N.Y., yeah, U.S.Y. . . . college . . . Memories: " Oh, those wild Friday and Saturday nights! " " Farewell to my fourth and final high school. " MICHAEL SHAWN FAHEY Mike . . . Peeve; crutches . . . Favorites; Beatles, " My Life, Activities; band; 9th, lOth, 1 1th, 12th . . . chorus; 10th, 1 1th, pizza 12lh. CHRISTINE FALANDYS Chris . . . found with Dave . . . Peeve; dieting . . . " drop dead " . . . Art . . . concerts . . . " remember me " . . . sweetheart 7 28 78 . . . New York Sabbath weekend . . . partying with Dee ... to be an artist. STEPHEN FRANCIS FARRELL Talkative, moody . . . Peeves; waiting, impatient people, contradictions . . Favorites; Kansas, " New York, New York, " pizza, skiing . . . col- lege and law school. FRANCIS J. FEDOROWICZ JR. Frank . . . serious, fussy . . . Peeve; silly girls, car payments, accidents . . . Favorites; 47. sis. Trans Am, tennis. Seger, band . . . Memories; Little Leagues, 10 11 80, 10 12 80. Spa , . . college . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. JAMES FEENEY Jim . . Favorites; J. Ceils Band, " In the Nighttime, " running ... to go to college, computer science . . . Boston Marathon ' 80, black party, Roxic ' s, Mister Bill, Spence . . . Student Council, cross-country, spring track . . . thanks. Coach Green. WILLIAM FAIRBAIRN CHRISTINE FALANDYS STEPHEN FARRELL FRANCIS J. FEDOROWICZ, JR. JAMES FEENEY 54 JOHN FIDLER n TOMMY FLAHERTY FLORA FONZI ALISON FISHER MICHAEL FRANCIOSO DEBRA A FISHER DIANE M. FREDERICKSEN RENE FREELAND JOHN ANDREW FIDLER Fid . . . casual, argumentative, boisterous . . . Peeve: chickces . . . Favorites: corny and the Doobie Brothers 11 15 80, basketball, BC Eagles, " catch that, " feasts, the brewski brothers . . . Blue Hills 9 XO . . . Stonehill 5 80 . . . plans to go to college, journalist. ALISON RAE FISHER The Beatle ' s " Help, " Sherlock Holmes, hiking, camping ... to live in Maine . . . thanks to the teachers who understood and cared . . . " I never found the companion that was so companionable as solitude. " (Thoreau). THOMAS E. FLAHERTY, JR. Tom . . . wild, outgoing . . . Peeve: no buyer, attendance office . . . Favorites: Led Zep., Little Lowies, skiing . . . " Do you know the way to London, England ' . ' " . . . summer " 80 . . . Sherwood Forest, the rock . . . Sandwich, Sept. ' 80 . . . to go to college . . . love to Mom and Dad. THOMAS JAMES FOLEY Tom . . . easygoing, quiet, moody . . . Peeves: cliques, rumors . . . Memories: J. Geils, The Who, Seagcr, Junior Prom with Ava, winter dances ... to go to college . . . best times with Lisa . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. FLORA FONZI Fonzie . . . easy-going, friendly . . . Peeve: working on Saturdays . . . Favorites: Kenny Loggins, " no problem, " Boston . Memories: Bcatlemania, Junior Prom, the car chase . . . thanks to Aunt Pat, Mom and Dad. DIANE MARIE FREDERICKSEN Di, Freddie, Sarasmile . . . brewster . . . hank Bev, JoJo, Lori . . . GMH gang . . . Memories of my twin . . . Jacoo ie ' s . . . forever friends Bev . . . special thanks and love to Eddie. RENE FREELAND Reeny . . . friendly, smiling, strange . . . " behind blue eyes. " Neil Young, " ya know ' . ' " . . . to find that special someone, live free, be happy . . . many cherished memories of friends . . best luck to l.t)rraine always. 55 ERICS. FREEMAN Crazy, outgoing . . . Peeve: Clickees . . . Favorites; Edie 9 27 80, Doobies, skiing. Fid, Goldies, John, friendship . . . Memories: walks with Edie, calling Corny . . . " found with Bros singing " . . . Future: to go to college and be happy. LORI S. FREEMAN Lori . . . friendly, sensitive, gullible . . . Jean, Paula, Deb, friends . . . Mac ' s, ice cream, drive-ins, weekends . . . track, swimming . . . Peeve; ripped shades and thoughtless people . . . eight laps to go ... to reach success. BETH FRIEDMAN Spacey. Giggles . . . quiet, sensitive, friendly . . . Peeves: waiting, school, " You ' re fired " ... J. Geils, Van Halen, " Turn the Page, " dancing, run- ning, swimming ... to be happy and successful, go to California and live it up ... 1 survived Chamberlain. EDIE A. FULD Prep, 9 27 80 . . . " Cases are alive, " Ar, Ar, Ar, Rock Lobster, B52 ' s . . . donuts at Papas . . . popcorn, good ole Volvo . . . Mildred, Mike and Buddy . . . good times with good friends . . . good luck guys . . . college, then instant success. JEANMARIE F. GAGNON Jean . . . sensitive, friendly, gullible . . . Peeve; getting up early . . . Rox- ies, E hour, study with Chris and Judy, boy on big blue, found at inda aes with Chris ... to be a doctor. RICHARD A. GALANIS Rich . . . athletic, sarcastic . . . Peeve; People with negative attitudes . . . football, J. Geils . . . college, to be an accountant ... Jr. Prom Weekend . . . Town Spa. Little League. " Thanks, Mom. " JUDITH CORNELIA GALLANT Judy . . . quiet, shy . . . Peeve; waiting at the high school office . . . History ... Jr. Prom. Summer 1980 . . . College, law . . . Thanks to all my teachers. ROBERT J. GARRITY Bob . . . friendly, caring . Peeves; passes, fights, towtrucks . . . 23rd. " Colour My World. " found with Laurie . . frosh football, Jr. Prom . . . C-hr Commons, talks with Liza, brothers . . . walk with Deb ... to be a carpenter . . . thanks. Mom. ERICS. FREEMAN BETH E FRIEDMAN JEANMARIE F. GAGNON 1 LORIS FREEMAN EDITH A. FULD RICHARD A. GALANIS JUDITH GALLANT ROBERT GARRITY 56 DEBORAH RUTH GEIGIS JOSEPH J.GELLY BERNARD R GERSON LORRAINE GILLESPIE WENDY SUE GLIDDEN HANNAH M.GOLDBERG MARK W.GOLDBERG CHERYL GOLDEN DEBORAH RUTH GEIGIS Deb . . . bubbly, zany, smiling . . . " Hiiiiiiii " . . . Favorites: J. Geils, Nana ' s cooking . . . C.Y.O. fiascos . . . poo-poo platters with the gang . . . mattaface ... six years with Vick . . . Budgie ' s sweet 16th . . . 5 2 80 ... Jr. Miss Pageant . . . E205 . . . Silver Lake . . . Peeve: Fritz ... to be a female Phil Donahue. JOSEPH JAMES GELLY Joe . . . friendly, easy-going . . . Peeves: waking up, senior girl clique . . . J.V. football . . . cruisin ' in the truck, Seger, Mich Light ... 12 15 .. . to go to college, coach football . . . AMEN. BERNARD R. GERSON Bernie . . . Peeves: pop quizzes, months with five Thursdays . . . Latin, " Overture in B flat, " C-hour studies in E204, writing non-controversial stories for the " Knight, " assigning brownie points . . . half-time shows, Stafford, Conn., SEMSBA ' 80 . . . " Do unto others as you would have others do unto you " . . . " The buck stops here. " HEIDI SUSAN GILLETTE Friendly, moody, always blushing . . . hot chocolate and donuts at " our table " . . . always found with Jennifer . . . " Stairway to Heaven " . . . Canada: Dupuis, metro, " the " castle " . . . " Sooner or Later " . . . " Always remember, never forget " . . . college . . . medicine . . . happiness. WENDY SUE GLIDDEN Wen . . . moody, talkative, friendly . . . Peeves: waiting, rain, bad knees, frizz . . . Memories of John Mac. 6 28 79 . . . Favorites: rainbows, J. Geils, cheering with Jan and Nancy, salt and pepper, a bad day with Ellen, cruisin ' with Mare, Florida . . . thanks to family and friends. HANNAH MELISSA GOLDBERG Short stuff . . . moody, determined . . . Peeves: T.V., cliques, high heels . . . Favorites: " Stairway to Heaven. " peppermint. " Don ' t do mc any favor s " . . . Memories: Stafford. Gongshow with Julie, 3:30 a.m. . . . bye gang. MARK W.GOLDBERG Goldie, Iceman . . . optimistic, crazy . . . Peeve: Monday mornings . . . Favorites: Doobie Brothers, the Brothers, Fidler fan club, " Would you please turn your lights on? " . . . Blue Hills Country Club 9 80, Stonehill College 4 10 80 ... to go to college. CHERYL A. GOLDEN Cherwl . . . friendly, outgoing, talkative . . . Peeves: getting hurl, saying good-bye, people judging others . . . Favorites: The Who. " Turn the Page " . " These Molsons " . The Kinks 10 18 80 ... to be happy and with John forever . . . thanks. Ma and Dad. 57 JOE A. GOMES JOSEPH C GOMES SUZANNEGOOD JOSEPH GOMES Bubba . . . sexv, humorou;., social, loving . . . Peeve: " Yep " . . . Favorites: Commodores, " I ' m easv. " . . . to have a family of four . . . band trip to Conn . . . times with Sue, Sioughton Elastic Web, Mickey Mouse, ' 75 Camaro. SUZANNEGOOD Sue . . . moody, social, friendK. gullible . . . Peeve: no labels, jinxes . . . psycho chicken . . . Sunday swing . . . 10 10 80, " Where ' d ya go, Her- mi " . . . loving memories of Dave . . . John 12 28 79 . . . good times with Dot, Lisa, and Cal. LISA ANNE GRANT Dingy, silly outgoing, social . . . Peeve: underclassmen, history, twenty - minute lunches . . . " Guess you had to be there " . . . Sean 4 18 80 . . . Saturday nights at Dot ' s and Sue ' s. DANIEL J. GRIFFIN Dan . . athletic, friendly, outgoing . . . Peeve: math . . . Favorites: baseball. The Who. Styx . . . college, success . . . the nut house. Friday night basketball games, road trips in the Toronado . . . F-hour with Zeeland. SHERYL LYNN GROPMAN She . . . friendly, sensitive, outgoing . . . Peeves: waiting, Mondays ... to marry Chuck 10 24 81, Wen Maid of Honor . . . Memories: love to Chuck 8 30 79. Sharon lake, friendships, football ' 78, Jr. Prom . . . thanks and love. Ma and Dad. DARRYL SCOTT HAMMOND Big " D, " Midget . . . cra y. funny . Peeve: prejudiced people . . . Favorites: The Jam. the Kinks. " Girl Next Door. " " Strobe Lights. " " David Watts. " Nervous Eaters. " National Health " ... to go to more concerts with the old group . . . Memories: Rocky Horror Picture Show. DANIEL J. GRIFFIN SHERYL L GROPMAN DARRYL S. HAMMOND 58 JOHN HAMMOND JR. RICH HARDIMAN TERRIE J. HANNA PATRICIA A. HART ERICS. HIRSCHORN BENNETT HOFFMAN JAMES HOFFMAN RENEE HANSEN TERRIE J. HANNA Thoughtful . . . Memories: secretary ' 8 1 , jello with Nese, drug fair with Lori and Jane, walking with Debbie . . . Favorites: eye-spy, juji fruits, apples, hurdles, ArArAr, Spa . . . Bozo and Gumby . . . special friends ril never forget. RENEE HANSEN Ne . . . Peeve: those faces, no ride . . . Favorites: B52 " s, Boston, Always and Forever, F-hour, Arcades . . . " Take your time " ... to be an il- lustrator ... the alley. Chateau, Florida, Revere Beach, special limes with Nise and Lisa, Dorchester . . . thanks. Mom and Dad . . . good luck Day. RICH HARDIMAN Baby Huey . . . Weekend Warrior . . . Peeve: jocks, death of Jimmie ' s, the boys . . . Favorites: Lynyrd Skynyrd, " Turn the Page, " By the cars, beers . . . Future plans: to retire . . . boring pit parties, vicious beast. PATTY HART ' Later. " DANIELA URSULA KATHARINA HAUCHLER Danny . . . crazy, always late . . . Peeves: root beer, homework . . . Favorites: " Morning has broken, " cello, piano, " In Germany it ' s dif- ferent, " Why not? " ... to study music . . . Memories: to many people in a car, 8 16 80, vielen dank an meine zweit-familie and freunde. " BENNETT HOFFMAN Ben . . . active, good kid . . . Peeves: school food, no snow in winter . . . Favorites: Doobie Brothers, Led Zep, prime ribs, skiing, band, " Howdy " ... to go to college — business administration . . . Memories: Doob ' s concert 11 15 80, Saturday football games, 19-holc golf courses. JAMES P. HOFFMAN Hoffa . . . lazy, sarcastic . . . Peeve: waking up, hangovers . . . Little Leagues . . . Spa . . . " Listen to this " . . . " Honka " . . . Zeppelin, Doors, Hendrix, Millers, Kawasaki ... to become a chef. 59 4 CHRISTINE MARIE HOLMES TAMMY R. HOMER CHRISTINE M. HOLMES Chris . . . happy, unpredictable . . . Peeve; dieting . . . Favorites: today, tomorrow, and forever, Inda Aes with Jean . . . Memories: E-hour studies. Boy on Big Blue . . . college bound. TAMMY R. HOMER Tarn . . . unpredictable, moody . . . Peeves: wailing, ignorant people . . . Stones, Eagles, Bread, Bob Seger . . . summer of ' 79, the park, the bridge, 2 8 80, ski trips, Hyatt, good friends and good times ... to be a hair stylist . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. DAVID WAYNE HORRIGAN This is the end . . . and the beginning . . . MICHAEL HENRY HUDSON Indescribable ... not having candy, looking for a job. getting busted . . . Gcils " Whammer Jammer. " Hcndrix " Who Knows " . . . pool. Bud, (jold . . . Jr. Prom with Stac . . . Que Pasa? . . . Got any candy? . . . many parties . . . the " snowy " summer of ' 80 with Peach . . . thanks. Ma ,ind Pop for putting up with the aggravation. JUDITH ANN HUNKELER Judy . . . happy, critical, impatient . . . Peeve: sharing things . . . hot fudge sundaes. " Who? " " What? " " Yeah. I ' m related " ... to go to col- lege . Roxics 1 1 hrs.. E-hour study with Chris and Jean. LAURIE A. HUNNEWELL I.au. Welly . . . impatient . . . Peeves: being broke, leaving parlies . . . Neil Young . . . Gcils ' 80, Seger ' 80, excursions with Marci, causing trouble with Lisa, Brad 7 19 80, breakdowns in Gina ' s car, Hull with Beth. 360 on Ml. Rd thanks. Mom. ELAINE M. HUNT Blaine . . . friendly, sensitive, understanding . . . Peeve: dwelling . . . 9 15 79. 10 7 80 " Behind Blue Eyes, " long talks with the captain ' s first mate, eight bathrooms. " Oh, but that ' s okay " . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. SHERRI ANN HUNT Paranoid . . . Mr. G ' s. vodka . . . Memories: Pegasus. 10 19 80. Bob forever. 8 1 80, mom ... Future plans: to have a child, psychology degree, go skydiving. JILL HOWARD MIKE HUDSON RICHARD HUGHES JUDY A. HUNKELER LAURIE HUNNEWELL ELAINE M. HUNT SHERRI HUNT 60 LISA JARDINE WARREN D. JENNINGS m LORI-ANNE KAGNO i JANICE E. KANE LISA KELL MARSHALL S. JOHNSON NANCY MARIE JOSEPH BARBARA J. KELLY DOROTHY POWERS KELLY WARREN D.JENNINGS Bird . . . Peeves: fishing for potato puff, second lunch ... the Cars, " Let the Good Times Roll, " Wendy ' s double, skiing . . . seabound . , . Holmes ' party, Sunday afternoon football . . . leaves bruised knees to Miss Batchelder. MARSHALL SCOTT JOHNSON Mush . . . friendly, the hour before the show . . . Allman Brothers, " Whippin ' Post, " Led Zep, Gibson forever . . . " EggaMacMuffinaba, " beach runs to Horseneck, all the great jams, summer of ' 77, Sue 3 16 80 . . . " Get that wallet, " On tour with Bob and Paul . . . " thanks to my parents, Elain and Eric. NANCY MARIE JOSEPH Nanc, Nancita . . . Peeves: close-minded people, doing dishes at track parties, left turns, ham . . . B ' Fords, 10 28 79 best buddies, prep, " Fighting Irish " beach queens, good times with Ellen, the Spa, travel- ing, gook ' n and red lights . . . " copley 10 " . . . " The Cane " . . . thanks Mom and Dad . . . " Go for it " LORI KAGNO Lori . . . Lake Massapoag, summer of ' 79, New York, Kenny, Kim, Mark, J Geils " 79, sweet sixteen with Kenny . . . New England School of Photography . . . Three Musketeers — Lori, Sue, Kim always . . . thanks Mom and Dad. JANICE E. KANE Silly, gullible . . . Peeves; waiting, friends who aren ' t . . . twin. Spa, " 008, " penny in a phone, rainbows, balloons, " Heaven must have sent you, " Florida, special times with a special someone ... to be successful . . . thanks to Mom and Dad. SUSAN P. KATZ Sue . . . cheerful, funny . . . Peeve: ignorant people . . . apples on com- mons . . . " Bet bent " and " Take a hike " . . . Kawas, 1 1 10 80, Boston Garden . . . found with Debbie . . . skating at Riverdale ... to go to college. LISA KELL Red, Lee . . . moody, crazy . . . Peeve: someone chewing ice . . . my best buddy Ron . . . " Can ' t see it! " . . . " What?! " . . . " What a character! " ... 10 31 80 with Craig, 10 3 80, Molly Hatchet and Kansas 1 1 10 80 . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. BARBARA KELLY " B " . . . Peeve: party poopers . . . Styx: " Babe " . party, house parties, pumpkin hunt 10 24 80 8 22 79 . . . thanks, Mom and Dad. Roxie ' s Christmas . . seen with Tim, DORI KELLY Dori, Dor . . . wise, happy . . . Peeves: goodbyes. Da ' s moody, burdens ... us four, Roxies, Dan 9 11 80, my coaster, poor El 6 21 78, parties, laughing fits, ski trip with Cheri, Falmouth summers. Three Musketeers . . . love and thanks to Mom and Dad. 61 M TTHFW V KFNDAI.I. KEVIN M. KERSHAW DAVID KERWIN KEVIN M. KERSHAW Kershaw . . . " beer drinker and hell raiser " . . . Peeves: pigs, no car . . . The Doors (1..A. Woman). Who, Scger, Black and Blue concerts . . . VIooschcad, Bud . . . college bound, to be happy and rich . . . good limes with Ann . . . 10 30 80 . . . summer " 80. Geils Cape . . . thanks. Mom and Dad for putting up with me. DAVID KERWIN Dave . . . quiet, sensitive . . . Peeve; speeding tickets, cops . . . Styx. Cars. Led Zeppelin . . . Plans: Navy bound . . . Foghat-Outlaws Concert 11 1 80. VALDIS KIRSIS Val . . . sarcastic, semi-oulgoing . . . Peeve: disco . . . Favorites: " But I like strawberry! " . Be Bop says there ' s panic in the world. Wendy ' s. Kriendly ' s. Central Park. Ocean State. Newberry Comics. Kinks ' 80. thanks Rose JIMMY KOLINSKI .limbo . . . Peeve; People who think they know it all . . . Favorites: Wino. Lynrd Skynrd, Lasagna. flat tracking and moto cross. ROLAND KOLZ Kol ie, " Rogie " . . . psycho . . . Peeve; the government, school . . . Favorites: the Who, Led Zep.. Cars . . . Memories; New Year ' s Eve ' 80, astronomy field trip, space cadets. Commons . . . Plans; wake up and grow older. ELLEN JEAN KOSTICK Fl . . . friendly, easygoing, quiet at limes . . . Peeves; braces, false friends, homework . . . " U Mass " with Lynne. working at camp, the ac- cident, Li.S.Y., " My younger sister? " . . . late for everything but parties ... 10 go to college, enjoy life, be happy . . . Thanks, Mom, Dad, and Koop. JAMES KOURAFAS Favorites: Stones, sympathy for the Devil, rip this joint. Sabbath Cult. Led Zep.. AC DC . . . Peeves: jocks, going to school . . . Memories; 2 7 80. summer ' 80, skipping out, Mr. G ' s . . . Plans; staying stoned, having good times. RONDA KUZNITZ " Turn the page " . . . mushroom pi za, peppermint schnapps . . . " catch a on the wide side " . . . Peeve: ignorant people . . . Memories: black ,ind blue, .lourney. Kinks. Molly Hachet. Kansas. St.C ' s. copperficlds. the circus. Bickford ' s. summer of ' 80 . . . psychology . . . " thanks ma for puttmg up with me. " love ya. VAL KIRSIS ROLAND KOLZ JAMES D. KOLINSKI ELLEN J KOSTICK JAMES KOURAFAS RONDA KbZNITZ 62 1 STEVEN LaFRANCE SUSAN M. LANDOLFI NANCY ANN LANZA RICHARD LAWRENCE DEBBIE L. LEATHERS CHRISM. LeBOW STACIE A. LeBOW RICHARD LEONARD STEVEN LaFRANCE Athletic, crazy . . . Peeves; work, freaks . . . Favorites: Eagles, J. Geils. " Love Stinks, " cross country . . . Memories: " 79 and " 80. 24-hour relay, drive-in Sat. nights, sleep out at muddy. ' 80 spring track champs. " 80 cross-country champs. SUSAN M. LANDOLFI Sue . . . talkative, crazy, always laughing . . . Peeve; People who change for the worse . . . Favorites: stores. Led Zeppelin . . . Memories: " Oh m God, " " I feel so scorched " . . . Remembers steps and runaway hub-caps with Janet . . . " I ' m glad to get out of here, but I ' m gonna miss this place! " NANCY ANN LANZA Nanc . . . chick . . . moody, quiet, serious . . . Always smilin ' . . . Memories: majorettes, swim team, track. C.Y.O. . . . Favorites: sewing, photography. French, skiing . . . " Would I Lie? " . . . Found with Slacey or Diane . . . Peeves: Chem., labs . . . " Go for it! " RICHARD LAWRENCE Rich . . . easy-going, happy, friendly . . . Peeve: getting up at six ... Favorites: Van Halen. Black Sabbath, track . . . Future plans: college . . . Memories: track team championship meet, spring 1980 . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. DEBORAH L. LEATHERS Debbie . . . happy, sensitive . . . Peeve: endings, starting over, waiting . . . Favorites: The Cars. Hornets, Town Spa. purple . . . found with Scott . . . Memories; Jr. Prom, G-hour Commons, Boston, Charlie Nor- ton ' s grave . . . college bound. CHRISTOPHER M. LeBOW Chris . . . happy, outgoing, talkative . . . Peeve; can ' t find a girl on weekends or get drunk . . . Memories: Bob Seger concert, pit parties. Gran Torino, Budweiser, Led Zeppelin. Stones. K party. STACIE A. LeBOW Stac . . . determined . . . " God Forbid " . . . Peeves: frizz, waiting . . . Memories: parties, sweet-16 party. 9 20 80-3 8 80, behind the bar with Ca, many faces, M and M ' s, Fla. ' 81. Jr. Prom with Mike, 6 years with Anna, Ames Estate, Stones. Molson, much love to Steve . . thanks. Mom and Dad. RICHARD LEONARD Rick . . . friendly, outgoing . . . Peeve: liars, two-faced people, school . . . Favorites: Zeppelin, skiing, football. Spa, Little League parties, sr. year. Molson, Gold . . . Memories: Jr. Prom with Christine . . . Future Plans; college bound. 63 RMl [ M. l EPRO REJEANNE M. LEPRO Sensitive, happy . . . Peeves: rainy days, waiting, starting over . . . Favorites: The Cars. " Ail Mixed Up, " Town Spa, " No way, " art, G- hour Commons . . . Memories: " Get the raincoats, " Boston, eight bathrooms. 1 1 30 80 ... to go to school. KIMBERLY B. LEVY Kimba . . . guillible, sensitive . . . Peeve: friends who aren " t . . . wide world . . . " 44 " . . . moons . . . mobile . . . shiner . . . 9-year friendship with Sue, double weddings . . . Stevie . . . 10 24 79, roses . . . " Let me be your angel " . . . that morning. Jo . . thanks. Lori and Laura ... to be happy . . . " Love you. Mom and Dad. " JOHN LINDEN fVanky . . . quiet, obscrvative, sneaky, sometimes sadistic . . . The Beatles, cat juggling. " Have you beaten your kid today? " . . . seeing the Rocky Horror Picture Show twelve times ... to become a mercenary soldier ... " I never ate a school lunch once in four years. " SCOTT LLOYD Gate . . . sadistic . . . Favorites: " Krodo lives. " Tammy. Aunt Zelda lives ... to get a job . . . Memories: raids, character assassinations. Tammy, " Frodo lives, " " The Lord of the Rings. " CHRISTINE LOPES Weezie . . . talkative, outgoing, sensitive . . . Peeves: two-faced people, saying bye to friends . . . " He ' s So Shy, " pizza, gymnastics, typing . . . Jimmy ' s senior prom, freshman basketball, summer of ' 80 with Pam, Steve, and Jim, 9 1 5 78 . . . " special thanks to my parents. " DARRYLLEELOVETT Crazy, friendly . . . Peeve: smokefilled bathrooms . . . Favorites: Earth, Wind, and Fire, Parliament, knee deep, basketball. " What ' s Up? " . . . Future: to go to college, and get a Master ' s Degree in business . . . Memories: North Attleboro Game — 1980. J. LYNCH Lynchy . . . slow . , . Peeve: low production level, disco chicks . . . Memories: 4 18. Saturday nights. Kinks, The Lincoln, Hampton Beach, the game, bud budget. " Let it be, " I ' m gone. CHRISTOPHER LYONS Safo . . . friendly, athletic . . . Peeves: waking up. sprints . . . Favorites: J. Gcils. steak, basketball, tennis. Little Leagues, roadtrip. Jocko ' s Parlor . . . thanks Clarky ... to go to college. KIMBERLY LEVY JOHN E. LINDEN CHRISTINE L LOPES -1 i SCOTT G. LLOYD DARRYL L. LOVETT JEFF LYNCH CHRISTOPHER G. LYONS 64 ALFRED E. MacDONALD LYNNE A. MacDONALD STEVEN MAIOCCO V LARRY MANGONE WALTERL. MANN JR. ROBIN L. MARATHAS JOHN A. MARINILLI ALFRED MacDONALD Al, Qui Chain . . . friendly, lazy . . . Peeves; Mondays, hangovers, big shots . . . Favorites: ski days, Haffenreffer . . . Memories: Bob Seger 9 10 80, Rossington Collins 8 23 80, CYO ski trip ' 79 . . . " and you always seem outnumbered, you don ' t dare make a stand " . . . thanks Mom and Dad, I love you. LYNNE A. MacDONALD Lynnie . . . crazy, loud . . . Peeves: 7-3, touchie-feelie . . . Favorites: Bet- sy, C.Y.O., Wednesday nights, U-Mass with Ellen, Norfolk . . . Chem. ( " I survived — barely " ) . . . Memories: Bermuda, " The Business, " the gang 10 31 80, Stephanie the cat ... " much love and thanks. Mom and Dad. " KEVIN H. MacINTYRE Macky . . . Peeve: Happy ' s Scorches . . . Favorites: The Kinks, The Doors, baseball, Hendrix, Zeppelin, " Admit it " . . . Future: to go to col- lege and play baseball . . . Memories: baseball championship, prom. Kinks concert. STEVEN MAIOCCO Mac . . . Peeve: double lab . . . Favorites: Bob Seger, " Turn the Page, " Italian food, skiing, Lowies . . . Future: to go to college . . . Memories: August 1980. LARRY MANGONE Easy-going, troublemaker . . . two minute mile in Whitman with Jeff. 6 78 . . . California summer ' 78, my ' 80 Mustang . . . Beatles . . . Fotomat lunchbreak with Lisa, 1 1 80. GRACE A. MANIFASE Friendly, talkative, crazy . . . Favorites: J. Geils, Bad Co., Stones, pizza, twenty-four hour period, the original four, kidnapped, the bulkhead. Swiss Beach 4 19 80, 10 5 80, Mike ' s apartment . . . Peeves: waiting, seatbelts . . . good times with Cheri, Bermuda. WALTER L. MANN, JR. Woota, Lee . . . friendly, outgoing, easy-going . . . Peeve: senior girls clique ... J. Geils, football Heineken, Sandy Neck Beach, 9 28 80 . . . J.V. football ... to own a company. ROBIN L. MARATHAS Friendly, crazy, sensitive . . . Peeves: school gossip, waiting . . . " Amie. " Elton and the boss 12 15 80 with Rob, Seger . . . " beautiful loser, " " the Cape, " the beach with Rob, " Mac ' s, " good friends, Jimmy 10 26 79, MF five . . . plans: to be happy . . . thanks Pete and Walsh. JOHN A. MARINILLI Jack . . . quiet, easy-going, athletic . . . Favorites: Rolling Stones. " Shattered, " track, cross-country, " Is it safe? " . . . Future: to go to col- lege and be successful . . . Activities: winning the track and cross- country championships . . . thanks, Mr. Green. 65 W Al.THR HE RBKRT MARK JR, WALTER H. MARK. JR. Carefree, happy-go-lucky . . . Peeves: English, reading . . . Favorites: Young. Stills, Clapton . . . Future: to become an architect . . . Memories: 3 19 80, Diane. MARIE MARQUES Carefree, flirtatious, happy-go-lucky . . . Peeve: two-faced people. Favorites: Bob Seger. Town Spa p jL . . . college, marriage . . . times with Manaand Maryellen. RUTH G. MARTINS Ruihy short, indecisive . . . Peeve: braces . . . Favorites: " Betsy. " The Kinks. " Freebird " . . . Future: college . . . Memories: Bermuda. 8 years with Lucy, " The Business, " Fall River cruises with Terry, Van Halen 5 3 80, " It ' s just you and me kid " 79, " talks with Vickie, 10 3 80 with the gang, 10 25 80 finally . . . " Let ' s split this joint " . . . much love and thanks to Mom and Dad. ARNOLD MATIA S Birdbrain. Sticks . . . devious . . . Peeve: school rules . . . Favorites: Led Zeppelin. " Stairway to Heaven, " soccer ... to become rich . . . 6 6 80 out of town . . Jane. SUZANNE MAYO Su ie . quiet, shy. understanding . . . Peeves: late people, waking up early Favorites: Bob Seger 10 17 80, Led Zeppelin . . . to become a nurse thanks to Sted, Mom and Dad. WILLIAM McCABE Troll short, speedy, cra y Peeve: tall people . . . Favorites: girls, wrestling, driving, the hut, magic bus . . . Canada bound . . . camping at the waterfall, goixJ times with the gang: Dan. Scott. Rudy. Mark, Toad, De.in. Brad . . skipping, smoking. KATHLEEN FRANCES McCARRON Kalhy food addict, outgoing, talkative, friendly . . . Peeves: crowded halls, school lunches . . . Favorites: Heart, corn chips and milk, Stevie and me . . . co mputer science . . . thanks Mom, love you much, I love you Daddy. SUZANNE MAYO WILLIAM K. McCABE GARY JAMES McCAFFREY KATHLEEN FRANCES McCARRON 66 i 41 ALICE McCarthy DANIEL J. McGILLIVARY MARY McCarthy MARY BETH McINNIS MARK McKELLIGAN MARY ANN McGARVEY WILLIAM McLELLAN WILLIAM S. McLEOD ALICE McCarthy Al, Dallas . . . Hiyee . . . my piano. Spam supper, senior car wash, snow angels, nights on the Cape . . . thank-you to my special friends, especial- ly Ricky . . . don ' t dream it, be it. MARY E. McCarthy Mare. Mouth . . . crazy, funny . . . Peeve: Touchy-feely, Cameltoes. two-faced people . . . Favorites: Kinks, Stones, " Be a fat friend, " Friday the Thirteenth, Ann and Johnna, muddy pond . . . Future: Nurses Aide. MARY McGARVEY Budg, McGarv . . . Peeve: 5 2 80 . . . Favorites: nems, diet pepsi. Springsteen, starry nights, the Allagash. punk parties, fellowship with Moose and Deb. the cape. Spam president ... to be a bartender. DANIEL J. McGILLIVARY Danny . . . easygoing, friendly . . . Peeves: soco. card games . . . Stones, Doors, football, Mich ' s, little leagues . . . Jocko ' s parlor, Geil ' s concert, baseball with the Jofa ... to go to college. MARYBETH McINNIS Mare, M.B.M. . . . friendly, loud, moody . . . Peeves: school halls, oatmeal . . . Favorites: Neil Young, Stones . . . Memories: kidnapped, the original four, goodtimes with Paula. 5 3 80. talks with Cid, Bo. St. Coletta ' s. the vega, " s ' matter? " sp-a-a-a ... to reach my goal in life. WILLIAM E. McLELLAN Mr. Bill . . . Peeves: hockey sticks, front tires, windshields . . J. Geils, " Freebird, " Gongshow " 79 . . . to go to a musical Rocky Point, B ' s house party . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. . Favorites: college . . . 67 JOANNE McNAMARA MARK McNAMFh MlKEMcNAMEE JOANNE McNAMARA Jo Mac . . . friendly, dimples . . . special memories with Susan . . . Brewster . . . good times and best friends ... 1 23 78 . . . thanks to Di, Tracy. Lori . . . Bermuda ... my special someone ... to find total hap- piness . . . thanks Mom, Dad, and family. PAUL J. McSHANE Favorites: Cars, skiing ... to go to college, become an engineer. DOROTHY MEDEIROS Dot. Dotty. Dotfree . . . happy, funny, fickle, outgoing . . . Peeves: fatso, no labels, cans with ears . . . Favorites: " O.K. crazy lady. " the Beatles. Doors, Stones, no satisfaction ... to go to college . . . Memories: Satur- day nights. South Shore, swings, Duwey, summer of ' 80 . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. THOMAS EDGAR MELANSON Tex . . Peeve: school food . . . Favorites: Charlie Daniel ' s Band. " Legend of Wooley Swamp. " pizza, photography ... to have a career in photography. AMY SUE MELLO . im . . . friendly, happy . . . Peeve: waiting . . . Favorites: country music. " W hat a Fool Believes " ... to be successful . . . Memories: Wendy ' s, skating, chorus, summer of ' 79. FERNANDO A. MELO Athletic, friendly . . . Pink Floyd, " Another Brick in the Wall, " " Freebird " . . . soccer . . . Peeves: two-faced people, cold weather . . remembers last Sharon game. JOHN MELO Very forgetful, funny . . . Peeve: homework . . . Favorites: Skynrd. soc- cer tourney ' 79 and ' 80. " So it goes. " my car or is it my brother ' s? ... to go to college and graduate. PAUL McSHANE DOROTHY E MEDEIROS THOMAS E. MELANSON AMY SUE MELLO FERNANDO MELO JOAO B. MELO DEBRA J. METTLER SCOTT M. MIRET SUSAN M. MONAHAN LORI A. MONDOR MICHELEM. MILLS RONALD JOHN MONE DEBRA J. METTLER Metla . . . crazy, moody, sensitive . . . Peeves: rainy nights, diets . . . Bobby 1 1 3 79 " go for it, " Bad Co., Bob Seger 10 9 80, good times with Di and Donna, Fish ' s wild one, the bench and Jimmy, riding with Missy ... to be happy . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. MICHELEM. MILLS Talkative, playing tennis, always a " few " minutes late . . . Memories: " The Cruise, " an exciting bike ride at Martha ' s Vineyard, C-hour com- mons with the guys, forever watching soccer and basketball games . . . college. SCOTT M. MIRET Happy, creative, sneaky, talkative, funny . . . Peeves: trolls, being grounded, Mondays . . . Favorites: camping at the waterfall, Sherwood Forest, The Hut, outdoors with Maychum, stick fights, good times with the gang ... to go to Canada, work in forestry, live deep inside the forest. SUSAN M. MONAHAN Sue . . . moody, talkative . . . Bad Co., J. Ceils, Molsons . . . found with Melon, 3 15 80 . . . Peeves: waiting, doctors . . . GMH gang . . . Mike ' s apartment . . . summer ' 80 . . . talks with Nancy and Diane, homeroom with Lori, Bermuda . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. LORI ANN MONDOR Friendly . . . found with Miki . . . Peeves: lies . . . Earth, Wind and fire, always and forever, the cave, apartment with Di, rag doll, homeroom with Sue, Bermuda, thanks to Di and Jo-Mac, love and luck to friends ... to B and B: I ' m sorry ... I love you, Mom and Dad. RONALD J. MONE Ron . . . political, radical, liberal . . . Favorites: Beatles, Stones, Dylan, Seger ... to be a lawyer . . . Memories: Lowies, getting sick in New Hampshire. 69 LISA MORRISON DONALD J. MULHERN LISA MORRISON Memories: good parties down the pits, parly over Donna ' s . . . Favorites: Led Zeppelin, Thank-you, Steppenwolf . . . Peeves: school, snobby peo- ple, two-faced people . . . move to Florida. DONALD J. MULHERN Don . . . friendly, wild, uncontrollable .. . Peeves: first through 12th grade, warm beers . . . Favorites: Geils, " Wamma Jamma, " cruising in the truck, cold Mich-Lite, football . . . Remembers: JV football and Tuesday practices, camp . . . marriage, good job. JAMES MULLIGAN Jimmy . . . Peeves: one extra year, blue lights . . . Favorites: Beatles, Jack Daniels, Budwciser . . . Memories: Happy Joe ' s Bar. 6 30 , taking Dad ' s car for a swim with Gary. DENISE MURPHY Happy, silly, always smiling . . . little leagues. Spa . . . " 008 " , Clarkies . . . Pumpkin hunt . . . penny in a phone . . . cheering . . . eye-spy . . . lots of laughs . . . special memories with special friends . . . Big Sis Michelle . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. EILEEN MURRAY Ei ... silly, sensitive . . . Pet Peeves: desert nights, waiting . . . Memories: us four, a keg with Moe and Pam, coaster road in Dor ' s machme, poor El 6 21, my little honey 3 14, laughing fits, " 008 " . . . thanks for the good times. MARYELLEN MYTHEN Mel, Melon . . spacey . . . Drum Corps, St. Joe ' s Grenadiers, Medford, dugout, frisbee, football . . . with Cindy . . . " Summertime " . . . Beatles, Jackson Browne, Bob Seger. Cars, friends, beaches . . . " All Right " . . . All m love. Peter. EILEEN MURRAY MARYELLEN MYTHEN 70 SUNILNATRAJAN CAROLYN D. NIOSl AVELINA M.NUNES MARIA DELURDES NUNES DAVID EDWARD NUTTING VICTORIA A NORDEN FRAN OGAR KEVIN M.OVERSTREET SUNIL NATRAJAN Indian. Tony . . . loud, hyper . . . Peeve: toenail . . . Rolling Stones. Kinks and Geils concerts, baseball, cards, rice. Millers. Little Leagues . . . blood at Spa . . . " awesome " ... to go to college and be a doctor. CAROLYN DANIELLE NIOSl Ca. Carol . . . friendly, talkative. Italian-tempered . . . Peeves: unkept promises, frizz . . . Memories: 5 30 78 ring. 3 7 80 paint it black, pup- py eyes. Seger and behind the bar with Stac, " Guess what? " 10 28 80 Heincken. burnt birch. Stones . . . love ya. Ma and Dad. VICTORIA A. NORDEN Vic . . . found with Deb . . . everyone at " our " table before school . . E-hour studies . . . " solarseal " ... to b ecome a C P A. ... my family . . . 8 19 80. AVELINA MARIA NUNES Avcy . . . crazy, talkative, friendly . . Peeves: snobs, cliques, two-faced people . . . Favorites: mancjas bicn, " I have to study " . . to be happy always . . . Memories: soccer games. 7 27 80. E-hour studies, summer of " 80. good times with the gang, Mad Doc. MARIA NUNES Marie . . . quiet, shy. friendly . . . fun in E-hour and A-hour studies . Peeve: two-faced people . . . Favorites: " Stairway to Heaven. " summer of ' 80 . . . found with the Gooses. Downs. Billy, and Dann . . thanks. Mom and Dad. DAVID EDWARD NUTTING Nut . . . friendly, easy-going, athletic . . . Favorites: Led Zeppelin. The Who. steak, pizza, hockey, baseball, " All right we ' ll do it. " " Awesome. " " No way " . . . Memories: The Kinks and The Cars con- certs, drive-ins, road trips, Stonchill. Jr. Prom ... to go to college. KEVIN M.OVERSTREET Impatient, optimistic, lazy . . . baseball. The Cars, wopper-burgers . " Give me a break " . . . Peeve: Monday mornings, studying . . road trips, shot by Mary with the B-B gun ... To live an easy life. 71 STEFANIEC. PANEK STEFANIEC. PANEK Stcf, Stcfi . . . happy, talkative, always on the go . . . Peeves: waiting, rumors . . . Favorites: The Kinks, Chinese food. Magic Carpet ride . . . Viemories: 5 19 79, Canada, library people, summer of " 78 with Suzie, always remember friends . . . Future: to be successful and happy. ANTHONY S. PASCARELLI Tony . . . talkative, rowdy, flirtatious, hot tempered . . . Peeve: morn- ings, phony people . . . Stones, " Snickers " , sleeping 1-a-a-a-ate, 9 16 64, 10 79, 8 80, 9 20 80 . . . C-hour commons with Jeff ... to become very rich and marry Penny, to travel. ROBIN PEARL F riendly, outgoing, moody . . . Peeve: taking gym . . . Favorites: Bob Soger, Bruce Springsteen ... to meet new people, be happy . . . Memories: Florida with Ann " 79, Boston with Amy, 2 14 80, weekend of 7 1 1 80, Kinks concert, Sammy Whites with Billy, Julie, Steve. FLORA M. PEDRO Flo . . . talkative, friendly, crazy . . . Peeve; snobs . . . " He ' s so shy " . . . " Cool-a-tion " . . . " please " . . . pizza, soccer . . . summer ' 79 . . . morn- ings with Mr. Downs ... to be a secretary, get married, be rich someday . " It ' s been real " . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. BILL PEDRO Diligent, cooperative, sensible . . . football and baseball . . . Peeve: Mon- day mornings, because they begin another week of school . . . summer " 80 . . . working, meeting new people, and going to many beaches . . . junior college, and then a major one, accounting. JOHN A. PIETERSEN Pietcrsen . . . loud, rowdy, talkative . . . Peeve: girls that are stuck-up . . hockey, parties, and good old rock and roll . . . Falmouth hockey game . . . technical school . . . " Thanks for nothing. " ANTHONY P. PARMEGGIANl ANTHONY S. PASCARELLI FLORA M PEDRO BILL PEDRO JOHN PIETERSEN 72 TRACY E. PINA MAUREEN POWERS PATRICIA J. PULITI MARK B. PIZZELLI MARILYN RABINOWITZ JACQUELINE RENEE RANSOM JOE POLILLIO TRACY E. PINA Tra . . . moody, crazy, sarcastic ... Peeves: prejudice and insensitive peo- ple, getting caught . . . Memories: Jo, Deb, Di, Bermuda, Chris, Jimmy, Richard, the beach, 9 23 79. MARK B. PIZZELLI Friendly, talkative, outspoken . . . Peeve: two-faced people . . . Favorites: Bob Seger, Chinese food, Fridays, " calm down " ... to be a business administrator, computer accountant . . . Memories: Junior Prom ' 80, summer of " 80, Horseneck Beach, camping . . . Barbara and Amy on C-hour commons. JOSEPH NOEL POLILLIO Joe . . . found in a Chevy diesel pick-up or in the photo lab . . . friendly, loud . . . Peeves: jealous people, greasing, onions . . . Hi, Ken . . . " Is it safe? " . . . " Aki-ki-ki-rrr " . . . driving my life away . . . spring track championship, 6 13-14 80, cruising ... to produce a world famous photo . . . Thanks, Mr. Green. MAUREEN POWERS Moe . . . friendly, short . . . Peeve: waiting, the system, " Aw " . . . Favorites: the girls, " 008, " " a wink, " " Babe, " ... to go to college . . . Memories: ' 73, juji fruits, spoon ' in. Florida, majorettes, thanks Jim, 12 15 79 — Joe . . . " thanks to my family. " BARRY PRAY Finn, Arnold . . . Peeve: false friends . . . Favorites: Bob Seger, The Who, It ' s embarrassing, " Come on Mom " ... to go to college . . . Memories: summer at Nanlasket, Junior Prom, Mary, Judi, Smell. PATRICIA PULITI Patty . . . active, on the go, sociable . . . Peeve: gym . . . " Bad Girls " . . . Queen . . . Italian food . . . " Whip it " . . . working with father in family business . . . special moments with Kenny and good friend, Paula Rubin . . . four good years, but goodbye. MARILYN RABINOWITZ Happy, talkative, easy-going . . . Peeves: snobs, two-faced people . . . Favorites: " Turn the Page, " " I don ' t know why I came here; the flies get the best of everything " ... to go to college . . . Memories: weekend of 1 1 9 79, friends, parties and Kalua sombreros. JACQUELINE RENEE RANSOM Jackie . . . friendly, active . . . Peeve: waiting . . . Memories: CYO, ski trips, prom, parties, " summer of ' 79, " The Hyatt, The Park 8 23 80. " Turn the Page, " " Two Black Widows, " special friends . . . Future: to be happy . . . thanks Mom and Dad. 73 I Rl l)f RK K ( RAYMOND ANA P RIBi:iRO CAROLE JEAN ROBERTS FREDERICK F. RAYMOND Freddie fricndK. easy-going . . Peeves: Sundays at Dcnneno ' s . . Favorites: J. Geils. Doors . . . Memories: Junior Prom weekend. Town Spa ... to go to college for computers . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. PAULA A RIBEIRO Friendly, happy, talkative . . Peeve: ignorant people . . . Favorites: " All Out of Love, " " Oh God " . to go to college . . . Memories: summer of " 80 at Frank Davis Resort with Eddie, great times in the cafe with friends. CATHY RODRIGUES Friendly, quiet . . . Peeve: waiting . . Favorites: Queen. Seger . . . " .Another One Bites The Dust " ... To go to business school or college, work . Memories: Friday nights, summer of " 79. Prom, dances . . . thanks. Mom and Dad LEIGH A. ROMANELLI Little Leigh sensitive, flighty, weight-conscious . . . Peeves: cliques. " Live and let live " . . . Favorites: coffee. " I. " French. Van Halen. " VS hip It. " " Let ' s split this joint " . . . Memories: Betsy, drive-ins. the g.ing 10 3 80. just ou and me kid ' 79 . . . love and thanks to Mom and Dad CATHY M RODRIGUES KE ITH ROMAINE TOM RODRIGUES LEIGH ROMANELLI ARTHUR ROOT MARC! G. ROSEMAN 74 JANET RYAN MARCY SALETT JAYNEE. SALLERSON CAROL A. SANTOS MICHAEL F. SANO PAMELA A.SANTOS YVONNE M.SANTOS JANET A. RYAN Friendly . . . Peeve: waiting . . . Favorites: pizza, J. Geils, the Spa . . . Memories: Junior Prom with Rich, Charlie ' s Place, Blondie at Blue, 1 27 80, majorettes, summer of ' 80, Karen and orange juice . . . love and luck to friends ... to go to college. JAYNEE. SALLERSON Jewish Jock . . . friendly, loud, outgoing . . . Peeve: B-fights . . . Favorites: " It ' s a baby, " field hockey ' 80, " I survived BBB, " " Still, " Doobies ... to go to college, be rich . . . Memories: all-nighters with Dori, Three Musketeers, John 10 3 80, Poor Ellie 6 21 78, " Look at the plane " . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. MICHAEL SANO San . . . political, irritant, abrasive . . . Peeve: the moral majority . . . Favorites: " Wow! What a woman " ... to become President . . . Memories: Fenway Park 4 5 79. PAMELA A. SANTOS Spam . . . crazy, talkative, happy-go-lucky . . . Peeve: jocks . . . Favorites: Doors, Road House Blues, " I don ' t even care " ... to be a mechanic . . . Memories: fun in Bev ' s room . . . bye-bye . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. 75 PAMELA J.SAWYER RICHARD J. SCHWARTZ DAVID J.SCIPIONE PAMELA JANE SAWYER Pam . . . spirited, sensitive, devoted . . . Peeves: false accusations and bum deals . . . Favorites: pizza, cheerleading, double dates, Doobies . . . to go to college ... 10 1 5 77 Tom always . . . lots of love to family and triends. RICHARD SCHWARTZ Rich . . . Peeve: Kids that don ' t care . . . Favorites: Zeppelin, Rock and roll, Beatles, " P.S. I love you " ... Memories: Connecticut 2 17 80, Beatlemania 2 1 80 . . . future; Pilot, United States Air Force . . . Love to Patty, thanks. Mom and Dad. DAVID J.SCIPIONE Scip . . . gone . . . Skynyrd, Hendrix, Hatchet; " Flirtin ' with disaster " . . . Peeve: Disco . . . Cape Cod bound . . . the Monza . . . Gold . . . the game . . . " four years is way too much for my face " . . . Italia ... Jo 10 31 80 . . . treasures all the good times with the guys. CAROL-LYNNE SEARS Peeve: two-faced people . . . Favorites: Seger, swimming, swim team bus rides, spam sec . . . Memories: field trips, Goddard parties, summer of ' 80 with a special friend . . . love and thanks. Mom and Dad. AIRINHOS M. SERRADAS Artie . . . Quiet, sensitive, debater, opportunist . . . Peeve: getting told what to do . . . Favorites: Doobies, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, soccer, mangos. American Studies ... Memories: Nancy 4 12 79, Doobies concert 79, Canton 1 2 22 79 ... to be successful. KELLY J. SHEA Kcl, Kelly O. Shea . . . Smiling, easy-going . . . found at work, under the table, and always with Debbie . . . " getting away with it " . . . Halloween night ... 1 1 1 79 . . . Memories: the Prom, especially the beach. CHRISTOPHER PAUL SHEEDY Chris . . . helpful, friendly, perfectionist . . . Peeve: waking up . . . Journey, Italian food . . . Memories: New Hampshire weekend party, summer of ' 80 . . . Future plans: college, architecture. DEBRA L. SHEFF Debbie . . . crazy, talkative, lazy . . . Peeves: Desert nights, fights with Clough . . . slush bound . . . " The Cars " . . . Mike, Mildred, and Buddy . poor Elly . . . " the Cases are Alive " . . . the Three Musketeers . . . rock lobster . . . cherished memories of Nanny. CAROL-LYNNE SEARS AIRINHOS M. SERRADAS ROBERT SHALIT KELLY SHEA CHRISTOPHER PAUL SHEEDY DEBRA L. SHEFF 76 GERARD C.SHOCKLEY CARLOS V.SILVA JUAN V.SILVA BRADLEY S. SILVERMAN LAURA H. SILVERMAN JOANNE SIMMONS il k CHARLES A. SILVA STEVEN J.SIMOES DOROTHEA SIMOLARI Shock . School. GERARD C. SHOCKLEY active, friendly . . . Favorites: Vechi-RYU Future Plans: CARLOS V. SILVA Bug, Lopez . . . friendly, athletic, sociable . . . Peeve: snobby girls, dumb teachers . . . Favorites: football team, wrestling, running track . . . Memories: Canton football game, Somerset game (195 yds), woofa ' s house . . . college. CHARLES A. SILVA Memories: Mrs. Kauffman, Paul M., John, Billy P., Ecology typing I, II, and III, Maioli, Mrs. Reidy and class, having friends, having good times and bad, fun at attendance office. JUAN SILVA The Wiz . . . easygoing, rowdy . . . Favorites: Commodores, Earth, Wind, and Fire, " Still, " football, basketball, wrestling, track, acting school in N.Y. . . . Memories: Gong Show, track championship, " The Wiz. " BRADLEY S. SILVERMAN Skita . . . quiet, Jewish . . . Peeves: asteroids, trolls, having to hurry . . . Favorites: Waterfall, dead-end. The Dead, The Doors, Hut and magic bus . . . Memories: good times with the gang. Toad, Crenshaw, Troll, Bagel, Mark, Scott, Dean, 9 14 79 . . . Canada Bound. LAURA H.SILVERMAN Talkative, gullible . . . Peeve: backstabbers . . . Favorite: potato chips, " You ' ve got a friend " ... to be happy . . . Memories: anniversary party. The Eagles, Molly Hatchet, Jr. Prom . . . thanks, Lori. JOANNE M.SIMMONS Jo . . . talkative, gullible, sensitive, crazy . . . Peeves: mornings, phony people . . . Favorites: Chinese food and pickles, " Don ' t misunderstand me, " ... to be happy . . . thanks, Laura and Jayna. DOROTHEA SIMOLARI Thea . . . friendly, energetic, carefree . . . Peeve: disco . . . Favorites: frisbee, canoeing . . . Memories: summer of ' 80, F-hour Commons, " Ola, " " hey, man. " 77 4 V Rl NCtSLATl.R RFGIN ALD B. SLATER LAWRENCE SLATER Larry quid. sh , friendK . . . Peeve: studying . . . Favorites: the Cars, " He who hesitates is lost " ... to drive a truck . . . Memories: Commons, getting busted, carwash ' 80. DANIELSLY Dan . . . easy-going . . . Peeve: getting up m the morning Beatles. Stones, the Who ... to be a computer technician. Favorites: BRUCESNYDER The juice . . . good natured an auto salvage yard. Peeve: teachers on m back to ow n STEPHEN .Vl.SONCRANT Dogga Peeve no buyer . . . Favorites: Bob Seger, " Turn the Page. " MX of Lowenbrau ... to travel . . . Memories: .August " 80, the " Cape, " chemistry. DAVID SOLSA Hardworkmg. quiet . Peeves: spaghetti lunches . . . Favorites: pizza, baseball. Lnglish. Dobbie Brothers, " W hat a fool believes " ... to work in electronics. ANN M.SORRENTI • nnie. Loads . crazy, talkative, independent, forgetful . . . Peeves: backstabbers, phonies . . . Favorites: Kinks, Stones. .Mmond brothers. " Ramblin " Man " ... to rehabilitate handicapped and disturbed children Memories: Virginia. Friday the 1 3th. " Heinekens, " Muddy " " MARIAF.SOUSA Chubs . . friendly, sensitive, talkative . . , P eeve: two-faced people . . . Favorites: Queen, " ril survive, " Chinese food ... to be a hairdresser . . . Memories: summer of ' 80 with Ronny. four good years, but good bye. FAYESPIVACK Friendly, ambitious, thoughtful . . . Peeves: " Figgy, " two-faced people Favorites: Beatles. Psychology, Spanish ... to get Master ' s in Psychology, become child and family counselor . . . Memories: American Studies, freshman play. Chemistry, A-hour Commons . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. BRUCESNYDER ANN SORRENTI FATIMASOUSA FAYESPIVACK 78 BEVERLY J. STEEVES AMY STEIN SUSAN G. STEINBERG STEPHEN STENSTROM GARY E. STETSON JEFFREY D. STURGES LOUISE R. STARKOWSKY LOUISE R. STARKOWSKY Mouse, Weezy . . . friendly, sensitive . . . Peeve: being bored . . . Memories: before school in E204, after school in E205. band bus rides. Pam ' s friendship, 1 1 1 80 ... to go to college . . . thanks, Mom and Dad. BEVERLY JEAN STEEVES Bev , . . friendly, intuitive . . . Peeves: A-fourth, beets . . . Favorites: " Run to Me, " Bob ' s games, " There ' s a reason for everything " ... to study music . . . Memories: 6 24 76, Hummerock, 9 29 79, Rainbow Camp, 5 2 80, Brewster " 80, friends forever, Diane, youth group . . . cherishes family and friends. AMY STEIN Friendly, talkative . . . Peeve: Monday mornings . . . Favorites: Bob Seger, Bread ... to succeed in college, meet new people and be happy . . . Memories: Florida ' 80, J. Geil ' s concert, Boston with Robin, Jr. Prom " 79 with Kenny, the drive-ins. good times with Danny . . . Found with Robin, Brenda, Mia, and Janet . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. SUSAN G.STEINBERG Sue, " Q " . . . moody, gullible . . . Peeves: Labor Day ' 79, mornings . . . Favorites: " Take a Walk on the Wild Side, " goofy . . . always with Paula, Jeannie and Chev . . . Memories: Geils 79, Seger ' 80, long pond, the getaway car, times with Jeffrey . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. STEPHEN STENSTROM Steve . . . outgoing, crazy, unpredictable . . . Peeve: Murphy ' s Law: anything that can go wrong will go wrong . . . Favorites: Van Halen. Cars, Billy Joel ... to go to college and have own business . . . Memories: track champions ' 80, wrestling, " Dad: Do your homework " . . . love to Mom, Dad, and brothers. GARY E. STETSON Stets . . . insane, crazy . . . Peeves: litter, Jocks, cops . . . Favorites: Led Zep, " Michelobs and I -hits. " ' 69 . . . 12 23 79, D.W. Fields Park at night ... to be a chef. JEFFREY STURGES Studley . . . ready, willing and able . . . Peeves: 8:00 to 2:09. Missy ' s mom . . . Led Zep all the way, " How can you tell? " . . . West Coast bound . . . seventeenth birthday, Connecticut or busted, plane trip back from Bermuda . . . catch ya later, Mr. Cullen. 79 MICHAEL K SLGRLE LESLIE STEPHEN SWARTZ ANDREW M.SWEENEY MICHAEL K.SUGRUE Mike . . . quiet, average, absent-minded . . . Peeves: dirty white socks, " the party ' s here, Mike " a certain brother . . . Favorites: Christmas, clean white socks ... to be an architect, writer, filthy rich and to live over 100 . . . thanks. Ma. LESLIES. SWARTZ Les . . . la y, guiilible. friendly . . . Peeve: locked basements . , . Favorites: The Who, " Who are you, " subs and Softball . . . college, (LCON ' N) . . . Memories: Spring tennis ' 79, Mrs. Casserly ' s E-hour Study. ANDREW M. P. SWEENEY Friendly, kind, funny . . Peeve: camp . . . Favorites: Cars, Kinks, Lola, pole vault ... to get through college . . . Memories: track " 80 — 1 ' ( " . " Spa " , Mac and the A.V. room . . . thanks to my good friend Mark! ROBERT C.SWEENEY Roberto, Bob . . . Peeve: school lunches . . . Favorites: The Who, " She ' s so Cold, " football ... to go to college . . . Memories: Gong Show, D- hour Commons, proms, beach parties, chorus. CAROL A. TARCHARA Funny, daring, totally crazy . . . Peeve: waking up . . . Favorites: Pink Panther movies, Barbara Streisand, James Taylor, parties. T.V. debut, ding-dong, and great friends ... to be a successful voice teacher. PAULA A. TARDANICO Gullible, changeable, talkative . . . Peeves: pizza pallet, waiting . . . Favorites: Led Zeppelin, " Hey Mare, " The Who . . . Killington and col- lege bound . . . Memories: New Jersey ' 74, 9 29 79, Nana Hunnewell and the mistaken. DANIEL F. TEAGUE Dan . . . tall, loud, quick ... Pet Peeves: getting carded, trolls . . . Favorites: Grateful Dead, St. Steven, " Lord help me, I can ' t change " ... to be a ranger, head for the mountains of Canada . . . Memories: April vacation ' 80, good times with the men. Cape all summer . . . thanks. Ma. NANCY THERESA- LEE THIBEAULT Adela . . . stubborn, crazy, loud at times . . . Peeves: false smiles, ex- cuses, and shoes . . . Favorites: " Hey man, no Nukes. " Jackson. Seger ... to live freely . . . Memories: good times with good people. Ziggy, daisies . . . thanks. Mom. ROBERT C.SWEENEY PAULA A. TARDANICO f DANIEL F. TEAGUE JORGE M. TEIXEIRA NANCY THIBEAULT 80 RICHARD W. THOMPSON ADAM TUROK JAMES STEVEN THOMAS ROBIN THOMAS DONNA J.TROY CHRISTOPHER THOMAS Chris . . . friendly, rowdy, outgoing . . . Peeves: Monday mornings, cliques . . . Favorites: Supertramp, AC DC ... to become a gynecologist . . . Memories: Cape Cod, Quebec, summer of ' 80 . . . Ma, Dad, I made it! JAMES S.THOMAS Quiet . . . Peeve: school lunches, jocks . . . Favorites: Van Halen, " Run- ning with the Devil, " " Right " . . . travel . . . Memories: Junior Prom, Spring ' 80 with Sharon. RICHARD W. THOMPSON Rich . . . quiet, crazy . . . Peeves: Mondays, indecisions . . . Favorites: Biology, drama, Doobie Brothers . . . College: acting or biology . . . Memories: " Dracula, " Thespian Society . . . Thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Dolan and especially to my parents. TIMOTHY ALLEN TRIPP Sarcastic, friendly, aggravating . . . Peeves: English courses, Yankees, I.S.S. . . . Favorites: Rush 21 12, ELP, Snickers ... to be president . . . Memories: McDonald ' s for for lunch, carwash, weekends. DONNA J.TROY Donna . . . short, sensitive, talkative . . . found with Kathy . . . Wittle David, 4 ' 2 years . . . 7 4 76 . . . Norwood 11 5... Peeve: phonies . . . " All Mixed Up, " " Freebird, " " Chuga Chuga, " to be happy . . . special thanks to a special friend. ADAM TUROK Athletic, quiet . . . Peeves: two-door cars, Jamaica way . . . Favorites: Bob Seger, Silver Bullet Band, cross country champs 1980 . . . winning the South Shores in 1979 while being the underdog. LAURA M. VARNER 81 MARIA F VASCONCELOS ELIZABETH A. VENTRESCO MARIA F. VASCONCELOS Shorty . . . friendly, talkative, crazy . . . Peeve: two-faced people . . . f avorites: " I ' ll be orking my Way Back to You, " " What a hunk! " . . . 10 be a secretary, marry, be happy ... Memories: summer of ' 11. weekends with best friends, Rita. Connie, Marie, best year ' 78. STEPHEN G. WEEKS ,Sic c. V ccksy . cra y. friendly, midnight rambler . . . Peeves: disco, w.irm beer. Mondays, turned down, looking for a buyer . . . Memories: Bud with ears. Zeppelin. J. Gcils. Seger. Stones. Doors, keg parties. hiKkey. summer ' 79 . . . college. VINCENT BRADLEY WEEKS Br.id Peeves: disco, warm beers. I.S.S. . . . Skynryd. Zeppelin, hockey, " withears " ... to spend money ... K-rally, Seger ' 80, Ted Nugent ' 80 . . . partying at the pits. BARBARA S. WERKOWSKI Barb quiet, friendly . . . Peeves: gossip, two-faced people . . . college. 10 gel married . . . pi a. 4 28 79. Winter Dance ' 79 ... a good laugh all the fun tmies with Randy thanks. Mom and Dad. JOSEPH M. WHEELER Tex. (iork . . . friendly, outgoing . Peeve: English ... to go to trade school carwash Memories: Mr. Downs ' math class. DENNIS WHELAN Happy, rowdy, loud, thirsty . Peeve: no Buds . . . " with ears " . . . H.illoween, welding with Ted. the pits, down the Cape. FRANK WALSH V STEPHEN G. WEEKS BRADLEY WEEKS BARBARA S. WERKOWSKI JOSEPH M. WHEELER DENNIS WHELAN 82 DIANNE MARIE WHITE TIMOTHY C.WHITE ALAN WIENER WILLIAM I. WIKSTROM LAURIE WILLIAMSON GAIL MARIE WINGROVE EDWARD WINTERS LINDA WIRRELL SCOTT YAFFEE DIANNE MARIE WHITE Lazy, yet ambitious, disillusioned . . . Memories of N.Y.C. with Patty and Lisa 8 27 80, Fridays in Boston, Bermuda . . . StuC, Tchaikovsky . . . Peeves: being powerless, the political arena ... to travel and study law. TIMOTHY C. WHITE Tim, Mad Dog . . . Peeve: sprints . . . Favorites: Sgt. Slaughter, " bene, " hockey, the Who, " You Really Got Me " . . . road tri ps. New Hamp- shire, the drive-ins. ALAN M. WIENER Wiener, Alano . . . friendly, talkative, crazy, ambitious . . . Peeves: gel- ting up in the morning, Carol ' s driving . . . Favorites: Barbra Streisand, Chinese food, " Hiii, " " Vick I gotta talk to you " . . . Memories: " Tall Ships Day, " beach, the pool, dances, " Pops, " proms, Bermuda, plays . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. WILLIAM WIKSTROM Willy, Twig . . . athletic, friendly, hyper . . . Peeves: brown nose, waking up . . . Kinks, Doors, Millers, hockey . . . pumpkins. Little Leagues, Spa . . . Westpoint . . . engineering. LAURIE WILLIAMSON Crazy, silly, stubborn, energetic . . . Peeves: disco, waking up in the morning . . . you lose Buckwheat, B-52 " s, Fla., surfers, Ruth ' s Bake Shop, first snow . . . college in Mass., psych., David . . . U.S.Y. 4-ever . . . " abort " in computers and endless problems in school ... Sr. year in new school. GAIL MARIE WINGROVE Artistic, sensitive, gullible . . . rainy days, Chinese food for two, Boz Scaggs, James Taylor . . . Rainbows, special times with special friends. Junior Prom, cheering with Paula . . . talks with Diane and Carolyn, skiing, frisbee, Jeff 1 23 80, to be happy, get married . . . Career in special education. EDWARD WINTERS Wild Ed ... quiet, shy . . . Peeves: American Lit., weekdays . . . boating, shooting ... to go to college and become happily rich. LINDA ANN WIRRELL Lynne, Squirrel . . . outgoing, sociable, friendly . . . Peeve: school lunch . . . Commons ... to get a job and have good times with Frank . . . chorus . . . many happy memories with Frank. 83 " GO FOR IT! 59 JEAN E. YOUNG Ching . . . moody, friendly, sensitive . . . Peeve: slow drivers . . . early morning talks with Deb . . . cruising in Bessy ... 10 12 80 ... fellowship . . . Swim team ... go for it! MARK D. YOUNG Mark . . . Peeves: trolls and things . . . Favorites: The Doors, Hcndrix, plastic fruit at Scott ' s. The Hut. dead end . . . good times with the gang: Dan. Scott, Rudy, Troll, Toad, Dean, Brad . . . Canada. i ANNE-MARIE ZECHELLO Friendly, talkative, moody . . Peeve: liars ... to go to college . . . Memories: Florida with Robin, times with Jackie. J. Gcils. Segcr. summer " 80. cream da cocoa, senior prom, my love to Steve 12 14 79, 5 10 80. " This is true, " swim team . . . thanks, Mom and Dad. nit:. ihose of our j iyiyyttj r past afld presentr:givc ijHjPmPr o human ife ' ' This ' sjioul ' . ciab.-, s lio arc nuf licre to share the ple sure ' ofg i ij . ' book of memories. " WeJnclude it. ncB lo l)eH;nw%»ij ' .press our gratuude that we have been spared the anguish which comes ;Oung companion and das?majfi. We are grateful for having beep spared tltis_ ■ iiU ur book, andTTtJpe that this record continues for ' many yelrs in our lives and ' classmates; • This year, ihe editors oj the STOTONIAN revived a custom which goes hack many years, the dedication page. Years ago. it was the " style " to dedicate the book to someone. Today this is not so common. We thought we ' d like to try again and asked for the support of any one in the senior class who cared to " nominate " someone. We were overwhelmed by the response. 102 seniors look the time to do so. We were impressed not only by the quantity hut by the quality. We had a few " clowns " with their immature entries, hut with the e.xception of this handful, the nominations showe some serious thought. There were 26 entries. The editors considered each one in arriving at our choices for dedication for STOTONIAN ' 81. HAJimi. The hostages (more than half of the nominations) MUSIC, ' 3ohn Lennon ' s death ( " He was there at the beginning of rock, the beginning of our genera- tion; he affected our lives so much with music " ) Joe Bonham ' s death SC HCCL After careful consideration of all nominations and a few of its own, the editorial board of the STOTONIAN has agreed to make a dual dedication this year, one on the " national " level and one on the " local " scene. We dedicate STOTONIAN ' 81 to the HOSTAGES. " . . . because it is something to remember a few years from now . . . " " . . . they brought this country together . . . " " . . . for their courage and togetherness . . . " " ... thay are a very important part of our story ... " " . . . they went through Hell and made it back . . . " " . . . an important event in our senior year . . . " " . . . an appropriate memory in an appropriate year We dedicate STOTONIAN ' 81 to MR. JAMES BOUSHELL . . the hard work and effort he ' s given our class . . . " " . . . he stepped in to help our class when we were in a The School Committee Proposition V i — — — -Jaf " We were here and now we ' re gone ... we left our names to carry on . . . " (you finish the rest) jam he ' s gone beyond the ' call of duty ' for us . . . " he took over our class when we needed an advisor and did a great job in helping us seniors Mcu ltY.. . Mr. Tapper ( " He works damn hard for us . . . " All he has done for us . . . " Mr. McCormick ( " He cares . . . " ) Mr. Chrislianson ( " a wild and crazy guy ■ ■ Mr. Coen ( " wicked cool " ) Mr. Chamberlain ( " great " ) Mr. Monti ( " super . . . " ) Mr. Medeiros ( " He has done so much to help students achieve . . . " ) Mr. Cullen ( " A real good guy who loves to give ISS ... " ) Lasr wE , Forget A,. David Toma ( " He made a good effort to try to help kids with problems . . . " ) Class of " 81 ( " We could use it... " ) One of the editors of the yearbook ( " cause she ' s cute! " ) God ( " For not taking any of the lives of our seniors " ) Ronald Reagan ( " He brought jelly beans out in the open. " ) Steve Carlson, Frank Walsh, and Bill Wikstrom . . . (Why?) Culture.. . Dallas and J.R. " Frodo lives! " 0 SOMESPECIAL NOMINATIONS m certam everyone in the Senior Class has said it. " Mr. Spack Mr Green Miss Doherlv DANCE MARATHON January 31 1981 Cheryl Klim takes a welcome break. ' —USA — A Nothing like this Pier 4 food. (Tina Long, Ann Coombs) " Close encounter " for a good cause! Cheryl Klim, Karen O ' Neill, Debbie Swari . C hriss Kcllehcr. Marybeth Tyer raise their cups in a toast to all the manv who contributed effort and mone to the annual Dance .Marathon on behalf of the MS campaign. 86 Cor W«ii« flea tMi ' Billy Wikstrom leads the pack. Robert Carter holds up Chris Lyons to attract Lori Clough, Denisc Murphy, and Terrie Hanna attention looking pretty. Cars came two by two through the line of washers. (Car wash photos; Mark DeVeber) 88 Danny Lessa, and Dori Kelly watch an experiment in the making. (Tom Melanson photo) Eddie Conrad catches up on some sewing with th e help of Mrs. Beverly Bucklin. Marie Liaknickas, Girl of a 1000 faces. (Photo by Sean McCarthy can ' t bear to watch Denise Murphy and Kevin Maclntyre tell the truth. (Photo: Frank Shauna Spillberg) Fedorowicz) George Cariofiles, Robert Carter, John Fidler, Sean McCarthy, and Danny McGillivray plan straieg with Mr. James Boushcll (Phogo; Fedorowicz) 89 Maureen Coughlin (Homecoming Queen 1979) and escort Paul Galanis Surprise! Surprise! 1980 HOMECOMING QUEEN, COURT AND ESCORTS: Debbie Geigis (Bob Garrily), Dori Kelly (Danny Lessa), Queen Pam Sawyer (Tom DeNapoii). Terri Hanna (Chris Lyons). Paula Camara (Joe Polillio). 1980 HOMECOMING AND SKETTI SUPPER Student Council President John Anderson presents roses to Queen Pam Sawyer. i Richard Schwartz displays true Italian spirit. Even the mice show up for Senior Sketti (Janice Kane. Dcnise Murphy) Chef George Cariofiles. KITCHEN HELP: Karen Bells, Jean Young. Maureen Powers. Debbie Geigis. David Nulling. Billy W iksirom. Chris Lyons. Mike Sano. Fred Ra mond. Susan Banc. Terne Hanna. Edie Fuld. Richard Schwarl?. Lori Freeman Famous food critic Jean Young has great reviews for Sketti Supper. Mighty, mighty seniors pose once again! Cheers to the Senior Class! (.Marybeth Mclnnis, Cheri Cleary, Grace Manifasc) 91 " We eai our Wheaties " Class Athletes Dan McGillivrav and Liz Brazao " Who pulled that false alarm? " Debbie Sheff ' Eat your heart out Picasso " Class Artists Rene Hansen and Artie Chisholm " The best dressed couple in town " Reggie Slater and Joanne Simmons " We keep Ma Bell in business " Talkers Ted Crifo and Carolyn Niosi " Your friendly S.H.S. welcome wagon " Deb Geigis and Bob Garriiy A " We ' re jusi your everyday run-of- the-mill seniors " Dori Kelly and Bob Carter " We ' ve got the spirit " Spirited Maureen Powers and John Day " The Sounds of Silence ' Judy Gallant and Ed Winters The carefree couple Happy-go-luckies Bill Wikstrom and Marybeth Mclnnis " Which way ' s the pool, Jamie? " Class Gullibles Dave Nutting and Jamie Batchelder " Flashing those pearly whites " Denise Murphy 92 " You ' ve got the cutest little baby face " Cuties Mark Young and Maureen Powers " The Beautiful People " Craig Casano and Kim Levy " All the world ' s a stage " Best Thespians Debbie Geigis, Rich Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Popular Terrie Hanna and Bob Carter " Hey, Bob, Whatcha doin ' Friday night! " Class Flirts Bob Garrity and Carolyn Niosi " Always and forever " Class Couple Pam Sawyer and Tom DeNapoli I " The beat goes on " Mike Abril and Louise Starkowsky Class Musicians We ' re just two wild and crazy guys " Class Crazies Tim Tripp and Lori Boraks " Would you repeat that again? ' Forgetful Cheri Cleary " Humor at its best " Debbie Sheff and Bill Brandt Most-Likely-To-Succeed " Today S.H.S. . . . Tomorrow the White House " Deb Geigis and Bob Carter i " I hank Goodness for Bubble Yum " Debbie Sheff Most Mischievous SENIOR SUPER- LATIVES 93 FUNKY S.H.S. seniors were asked, in a poll taken by the Slotonian Staff, to express opinions on various subjects. Several observations were made from the results obtained. For example, the seniors felt that it was better to date around than to have a steady. it was also discovered that SO ' f of the class lacked the enthusiasm to take part in the poll. However. 17% more of the seniors took pari in the survey this year than last. We thank those who did take part in the survey. TOPS ON THE TUBE 1 . General Hospital 2. M.A.S.H. 3. Dallas 4. Three ' s Company 5. Dynasty Friday ' s Taxi -r Art: Louise Siarkowskv SOARING SUPERSTARS Led Zeppelin Bob Seger and The Silver Bullit Band 3. Rolling Stones 4. J.Geils Beatles 94 PASTIMES FOR OUR TIMES 1. Partying 2. Being with friends Drinking 4. Going to parties 5. Basketball Listening to music PICKOFTHE FLICKS 1 . Slir Cra .y 2. Ordinary People 3. Seems Like Old Times Altered Stales 5. Song Remains The Same 6. The Rose HOW ' S YOUR LOVE LIFE? 1 . In High School, it is better to: (a) dale around lA ' ' c (h) have a steady 34% (c) not date at all 0% 2. On a date, 1 would rather: (a) go to a party 54% (b) go to a movie 1 5% (c) go parking 30% 3. Do you feel it is all right for a girl to ask a boy on a date? Yes — 89% No— 10% FAVORITES WHEELS WITH APPEAL 1 . Corvette 2. Camaro 3. Mustang Trans Am 5. Monte Carlo 6. Mercedes (Photo: Frank Fedorowicz) FAVORITE BREW 1 . Molson ' s Golden Ale 2. Heinekin 3. Micholob 4. Budweiser 5. Miller TASTEBUDS TALK 1 . Pizza 2. Chinese Food 3. Steak 4. Lasagna 5. Italian Food Lobster Roast Beef ENGAGING ELECTIVES 1 . Commons 2. Psychology 3. Home Economics 4. Art 5. Photography ENTHUSIASTIC SENIORS Did you take part in this survey? Yes — 50% No — 50% STATIONS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1. wcoz 2. F-105 3. WBCN 4. WAAF 5. KISS 108 95 IK V 1 -J i _JV A-1 Ji 0- m u a o n L VARSITY: (Front) Coach Mike Sluber. Keith Galizio, Doug Hadley. John Mclo, McNamara. Larry Painten. Steve Alfano. Jim Burlc . Carlos Leal. (Rear) Bill Fernando Melo. Artie Serradas, Al Tector. (2nd) Paul Guiney. Dave Gerain. Jim Farrell. John Amaral, Jeff Cabral, Joe Serpa. r JUNIOR VARSITY: (Front) Joe Ambrosio, Jonathan Lipsky, Brian Bailey, Chris Marshall, Buddy Lamplough, George Callahan, Coach Donald West. (Rear) David Cobb, Eddie Freitas, Sean McCabe, Mike Lynch, Craig Laport, Bobby Jurgilewicz. Senior Artie Serradas dribbles up fleld. The varsity soccer team completed another successful season with a record of 11-4-1, good for third place in the Hockomock League. The team qualified for the Eastern Mass. tournament for the second straight year, but lost to a strong Xaverian in the first round 2-1. Senior Jeff Cabral [scored the only goal in this game. Ico-captains Fernando Melo and John Melo were selected to the All-League and All-Scholastic Team. John Amaral was the iteam ' s leading scorer. Larry Painten ' 83 was a key player in Stoughion ' s success it Coach Michael Stuber can look forward to more successful seasons with John [Amaral, Larry Painten, Jim Burley, and everal other underclassmen returning next year. The jayvees finished with a record of 8-8. Stoughion ' s bench looks on with disenchantment. 99 ■ The varMt) licld hockcN icam endured a compctilivc season which frcquentl challenged the determination and enthusiasm of the plavcrs. Though their final record of 1- 10-5 placed them next to last in the Hockomock League, the field hockey team plaved well against such top teams as Canton, Franklin, and Foxboro. All of their games were close, usually ending in scores of 1-0. Particular highlights of the field hockey season included the team ' s l-l tie against Sharon and their 2-1 win over North Attleboro. Seniors Jayne Sallcrson and Liz Brazao conducted themselves well as team captains. Junior Ann Malinowski. selected as a Hockomock League All-Star for the second consecutive year, is to be congratulated for continually fine performances during the season. Losing only two seniors and aided by the addition of a junior varsity field hockey squad, the future looks encouraging. BARBARA KELLY COACH BARBARA BATCHF.LDER Liz Brazao leads the Knights downfield FIELD HOCKEY: (Front) Yolanda Pena. Liz Brazao, Barbara Kelly. Jayne Salierson. Anne Malinowski, Denisc Scibetla. Coach Barbara Batchelder. (2nd) Alyssa Uni, Julie Polvinen, Maura McNamara, Susan Blomstrom, Beth Collins, Joan McGrath, Donna Berry, Debbie Swartz. (3rd) Kim Catalano, Darcy McDonald, Patty Quattrucci, Kathy Mclaughlin, Chrissy Kelleher, Carolyn Donahue. Coach Mary Cotter, Karen Teed, Lisa Aguiar, Michelle Davis, Maureen McGowan, Janice Standish, Karen Peterson. 100 CATHY EAGAN ANNE ZECHELLO Ann Zechello pool-bound Team members in intensive study JEAN YOUNG CAROLYN NIOSI SWIM TEAM: (Front) Linda Botsian, Lori Freeman, Anne Zechello, Jean Young, Cathy Eagan, Wendy Halpcrin. t2nd) Julie Cotter, Murybcth Tyer, Terrie Thompson, Sherry Arbit, Carol Wyndham, Linda Welch, Sarah Brooks, Michelle Sweatl, Holly Robichaud (3rd) Carol Lynn Scars, Sue Palaza, Ronnie White, Risa Marcus, Elaine Sweatte, Jill Kublin, Kim Callahan. (Rear) Jodi Davidson, Lisa Clough, Paula Barbato. Elaine Lan- za, Janine Finlayson, Donna McCloud, Carolyn Niosi, Meg Schillinger, Kristin Cody, Lisa Loring. LORI FREEMAN CAROl -1 YNNE SEARS The girls swim team completed a disappointing season with a record of 2-8 overall. The team scored a Stoughton record of 1 10 points against Blue Hills. Boasting many underclassmen, the swimmers were led by Iri-captains Cathy Eagan, Jean Young and Anne Zechello. Juniors Lisa Clough and Elaine Sweatt were the team ' s high scorers with 83.75 and 79.75 points respectively. School records were set in the 200-yd. medley, 50-yd. freestyle, 100-yd. freestyle, 100- yd. backstroke, and 100-yd. breastslroke. Linda Botsian ' 82, Lisa Clough ' 82 and Elaine Sweatt ' 82 were selected to the All-Scholastic team in the Boston Globe. Sarah Brooks stroking ahead 101 If (J " J Joe Gclly THE CAPTAINS Carlos Silva f Rich Galanis Sioughion defense stops them cold. 1 Att, d Dan McGillivray Juan Silva finds some room to run. Robert Carter SO Steve Carlson 4 Juan Silva IT I.. THE COACHES: Joe Powers, Joe DiMarzo. Bob Ashley and Head Coach Jack Cosgrove Ed Homer booms one! 102 I V. Tony Freeman Sloughton wins the toss and the game. Dave Nulling Waller Mann Brian Donnelly VARSITY: (From) Billy Young. Larry Smith. Don Mulhern. RlcH Galanis, Carlos Silva. Joe Gelly, Sieve Carlson. Robert Carter. Chris Walsh, Walter Mann- (2nd) Peter Cottam. John Galanis. Rick Quattrucci. Dan McGillivray. Sean McCarthy. Juan Silva, Dave Nutting, Ricky Fergus. Tony Freeman. Coach Dave Muldrew. (3rd) Fran Hammel, Tim Plunkett, Jim Campbell, Peter Scwcyk, Mike Pires, Scott Miret. Kevin Moriarty. Ed Homer, Brian Donnelly (4lh) Kevin Donnelly. Paul Callahan. Waller Rogers. Joe Falandys. Robert Falso. Tom Cummings. Brian Pires. Tom Zinc. Scott Neville (Rear) Coach Coffey. Coach Powers, Coach DiMar?o, Head Coach Cosgrovc, Coach Ashley, Kevin Bells, Biltv Sheehan, Mike Kcane, Glenn Moore, Tom Santos, Tom Baeia Sean McCarthy Don Mulhern f 7 80 Tom Cummings Scott Miret FOOTBALL The Varsity football team finished with a 3-7 record under first year Coach Jack Cosgrove. Playing a tough schedule, the team won 2 out of their last 3 games. In a 34-29 last-minute win over Franklin, All-league back Carlos Silva ran for over 400 yds. total offense, and four touchdowns. Another highlight was the play of All-League safety Dan McGillivary who had three intercep- tions in a 14-0 win over Oliver Ames. Overall, Stoughton played a fair season having a 3-5 league record with many starters out due to injuries. The junior varsity finished with a 2-6-2 record. The future varsity will look for help from freshman Quarterback Jimmy Overstreet, backs Larry Smith and Ricky Fergus, tight end Ed Homer and line-plav from Kevin Moriartv and Chris Walsh. Kevin Moriany blocks lor Carlos Silva. 103 CROSS COUNTRY CAPTAIN TOM DENAPOLI JAC K V1ARIMI I I ADAM TUROK CROSS COUNTRY: (Kront) Coach John Hurley, Bob Ricci, Adam Turok, Tom DeNapoli, Steve LaFrance, Jim Fccncy, Jack Marinilli. (Rear) Bill Mootos, Pal Dunne, Jerry Hart, Peter Foley, Jay Eagles, Dave Jordan. John Vcliotis, Jim Carey. MM KhFM V Bob Kicci. Tom DeNapoli. Ja Laglcs. and Steve LaFrance Jack Marinilli The SMS Cross Country team, under former Randolph coach John Hurley, headlined a vcr successful 1980 season. With a record of 7-1. the trackics shared in a tri-championship with both Foxboro and North .Attleboro. Captain Tom DeNapoli and Bob Ricci were subsequently named 1980 HockonnKk League .-Ml-Stars. The SHS runners also captured the Division 2 title of ihc Catholic Memorial Invitational Meet, beating 27 other teams. Ricci garnered first place honors al the Meet, trampling 188 other runners. In the Slate Meet, in which Stoughton Unishcd seventh. Ricci placed sixth, thereby qualifying for the State Finals. At the State f inals, Ricci captured 40th place out of nearly 200 runners. Strong performers during the season mcluded seniors DeNapoli, Jack Marinilli, .ind Adam Turok, and juniors Ricci and Jay liaglcs. Bob Ricci finishes first Ja Laglcs and I nni DcN.ipoh 104 Co-Capiain Reggie Slater Co-Captain Chris Lyons John Fidler Robert Carter BOYS BASKETBALL Darryl Lovelt Coach lohn Douglas Kevin Moriarty rips it down ARSITY BASKETBALL: (Front) Robert Carter, Mike Doucette, John Fidler. Chris Lyons, Reggie Slater, Robert Ricci, Kevin Moriarty. (Rear) Coach John Douglas. Rick Quattrucci. Kevin Donnelly, Richard Tep- per. Darryl Lovett, Marc Greenspoon. Malcolm Maclnnes. Coach Warner Bucklin. Although by the end of the campaign, the boys ' varsity basketball team was reduced to but a shell of the team that originally began the season, they still en- joyed an interesting and successful season, finishing with an 11-9 record, 9-7 in the Hockomock League. Both Reggie Slater and Bob Ricci en- joyed fine seasons. Slater finished second in the league in scoring; while Ricci, only a junior, took charge of the Black Knight brigade when six players were out of the lineup by the end of the year. Seniors Chris Lyons, John Fidler, Dar- ryl Lovett, and Bob Carter all contributed to the story of this year ' s team, coached by John Douglas. The future for Black Knight basketball looks very promising, however, as many members from a 17-3 JV team and a first- place freshman team will move up to varsi- ty spots year. 110 Rich Tepper looks for an opening. John Fidler skies Chris Lyons ' ringer-roll fling Black Knights hit the floor hard! JUNIOR VARSITY: (Front) Jim Burley, David Mark Levine, David Jordan, John Galanis, Larry Darin Jordan ' s leaping lay-up Suslowicz, Mark Harding, Jay Hansen, Darin Jor- Painten, Stanley Fortier, Evan Still, dan, Jeff Peterson. (Second) Coach Warner Bucklin, 111 The girls varsity basketball team underwent a rebuilding year, finishing with a 4- 1 2 record. The girls played hard, but lack of height played a large role in their lack of success. The girls showed great spirit, enthusiasm, and determination. Leading scorers were Ann Malin- woski, Jayne Sallerson, Jane Doyle, and Alyssa Uni. Cheryl Klim, Lyn- da Roche, and Liz Brazao gave workmanlike performances on the boards all year. The JV team finished with a record of 10-6. Patty Quattrucci, Missy Moore, and Sue Blomstrom were the leading scorers. 112 GIRLS VARSITY: (Front) Paula Karavetsos. Ste- chelder, Cheryl Klim, Beth Collins, Ann Malinowsk phanie Ciulla, Liz Brazao, Jayne Sallerson, Jane Lynda Roche, Ann Pellegrino. Doyle, Alyssa Uni. (Rear) Coach Barbara Bat- JUNIOR VARSITY: (Front) Kare n league, Emily Morris, Donna DiMatteo, Missy Moore, Yolanda Pena, Susan V (Rear) Darcy McDonald, Patty Quatrrucci, Diane King, Ann Pelligrino, Sue Blomstrom, Coach Mary Cotter. alenti. Stoughton players (Collins, Malinowski, Roche) scramble for the ball Beth Collins guards her opponent closely Co-Captain Jayne Sallerson reaches for loose ball Ann Malinowski goes for the ball as Liz Brazao looks on 113 VARSITY (From) Paul DeViio. Bill Fairbairn. Peler Coilam. Scoii VIcKcnzic. Richard Dray. Ron Howes. John Murray. Rich Hardiman. Bill Wikslrom. Tim While. Paul Founiain (Rear) Peier Bishop. Brian Don- nelly, Mike Bousquel. Dave Nulling, Mike L nda. Bob Pushcc. Jim McNamara. Bill Brandl. Brad Weeks John Day, John Russell, Keilh Gali io, Coach Ray O Malley, Kevin Kershaw Bill Fairbairn and Brian Donnelly on the offensive. Brad Weeks circles for a pass HOCKEY The Black Knights completed the 1980-81 season with a 9-5-1 league record and 11-6-1 record overall. However, the Knights finished third in the league and were ineligible for the state tournament. Despite missing the tournament, Stoughton enjoyed its finest season in four years. They were led by the high scoring line of Bill Fair- bain, Brad Weeks and Brian Donnelly, who, as a unit led the league in scoring. Individu- ally, Fairbain, Donnelly and Weeks finished second, third and fifth respectively. Defense was also a strong asset as seniors Bill Brandt and Dave Nutting, together with juniors Peter Bishop and Mike Unda provided solid support for goalies Kevin Kershaw and H ' Paul Fountain. JUNIOR VARSITY: (Front) Peter Cottam, Matt Dineen, Mark Romaine, David Weeks, Wayne Aronson, Mike Alconada, Robert Rivers, David Gearin, Paul Guiney. (Rear) Coach Tim Hathaway, Bob Cronin. Lcn Intrevesato, Tony Novello, Jim McKelligan, Bob Chase, Jim DiStefano, David Siephansky, Arthur Bishop Bill Fairbairn (All-League) Bill Brandt Brian Donnelly Bill Fairbairn Bill Brandt Dave Nutting Bill Wikstrom Kevin Kershaw 115 GYMNASTICS Terrie Hanna Dorothy Medeiros (Front) Ann Bender, Dianna DiCastro, Terrie Hanna. Dorothy Medeiros, Assistant Coach Laurie Matta (2nd) Kclley Leary, Debbie Stenstrom, Tracy Aguiar, Jackie Bioutc, Debbie Bradbury. (Rear) Joan McGrath, Chrissy Wiffen, Patty Cummings, Marcie Roseman. Leading scorers Patty Cummings and Terrie Hanna led an improving gymnastics team to a 3-9 record, fifth in the league. Coached by Linda and Laurie Matta, senior Dot Medeiros along with Tracy Aguiar, Dianna DiCastro, and Ann Bender proved to be valuable members of the team, in addition to its wins, Stoughton nearly pulled an upset of North Attleboro, one of the leagues top teams. The resolution of a judging dispute however, resulted in an N.A. victory by one tenth of a point, diminishing what would have been the season ' s highlight. ■ 1 ) Patty Cummings Dianna DiCastro Terrie Hanna 116 INDOOR TRACK Captain Joe Polillio Captain Tom DeNapoli Jack Marinilli Adam Turok Steve La France Carlos Silva Andy Sweeney The indoor track team concluded its ' 80- ' 81 winter season in third place with a dual meet record of 5-2. Coach Chris Brady ' s trackies also finished third at the Hockomock League meet behind rival op- ponents Canton and North Attleboro. Highest scorers during the season includ- ed junior Gobi Scott and seniors Adam Turok, Carlos Silva, and Juan Silva. Leading contenders in their respective events included J. Silva. Tim Plunkett, 50 yd. high hurdles; G. Scott, C. Silva, 50 yd. dash; Jack Marinilli, mile; A. Turok, C. Silva, 600; Tom DeNapoli; Pat Dunne, 1,000; G. Scott, J. Silva, 300; Jay Eagles, two mile; Joe Polillio, Kalvis Kirsis, shot put; and Warren Jennings, high jump. Stoughlon ' s swiftest indoor 4x440 relay team, consisting of G. Scott, C. Silva, J. Silva, and A. Turok, set a record of 3:33. Warren Jennings Mark DeVcbcr Captain Joe Polillio, Coach Chris Brady Juan Silva leaps a hurdle. (Front) Carlos Silva, Andy Sweeney, Steve LaFrance, Juan Silva. Captain Joe Polillio, Captain Tom DeNapoli. Jack Marinilli. Adam Turok, Warren Jennings. Mark DeVeber. (2nd Row) Gobi Scott, Paul Bunsen, Pat Dunne. Jay Eagles, Tim Plunkett. Frank Foster. Mike Mullaney. Kalvis Kirsis. Alan Saltzman. Coach Chris Brady. (Rear) Jim Carey, Scott Yanoff, Brian Plunkett. John Parker. Gary Rudman, Paul Liakniakas, Stuart Turok. John Ve ' liotis. Bill Moodis. 117 The wrestling team was plagued with many problems. Three returning senior lettcrmcn chose not to wrestle, and. with a couple of other problems, left the team with only three seniors at the conclusion of the season. This, together with the fact that there were several injuries, caused the team to look to inexperienced underclassmen. The team Hnished with a 4-16 record but paved the way for a brighter future as one freshman, four sophomores, and seven juniors earned varsity letters along with a JV squad of nine freshmen and three sophomores. Captain Dan McGillivray led the team with 77 points and a 1 5-2 record, followed by senior Bill McLellan (a first year wrestler) with 64 points and a 14-5 record. Underclassmen Ed Daley, Kevin Mason, Dave McLellan, John Corbett, Brian Pires, Chris Chamberlain and senior Mike Sano put forth fine ef- forts and showed great improvement as the season went on. All the boys deserve a lot of credit for their hard work and loyalty in the face of a rebuilding year. Mike Sano Bill McLellan VARSITY: (Front) Dan McGillivary, Craig Casano, Mike Sano, Bill McLellan, Jack Maloney. (2nd) Brian Pires. Jerry Abelow, John Corbett, Mark Jordan, Dave McLellan, Chris Chamberlain. (Rear) Ed Homer, Kevin Mason, Mark Miniutti, Coach Steve Woodruff. 118 Dan McGillivary chalks up another victory Mike Sano slips away from opponent ' s grasp JUNIOR VARSITY: (Front) Brian Bailey, Craig Cohen, David Cohen, John Fichera, Scan McC abc. Coach Bill McLellan Tom Buckley. (2nd) Steven Smith, Craig LaPorte, Bill Mace, Mark Lewis, Jeff DiMatteo, Bob Desmond, Paul Goldberg. (Rear) John Melvin, Lenny Johnson, Ed Daily, Jeff Thompson, Matt King. Coach Woodruff offers encouragement Bill McLellan is the victim of an eye gouge ALL WORK . . Shoeman Scoll Yaffee ( McDonald ' s Pictures by Shauna Spillberg. All others by Nancy Lanza) . . . MAKES FOR A VERY . . . The band, drill team, and majorcites put it all together. Bonnie Dawc. Band Master M AJORI TTI S { f ront) Dcbb Bradbur . Sheila Keen. Carol W vndham, Nanc l,an a. (Rear) Co-Capt. Maureen Powers, .Sue Sereno, Wendv Dolloff. Patt Sercno. Karen Duross. Capl. Janet Ryan 126 Bonnie Dawe Laurie Engley Carolyn Campbell Maureen Powers Karen Duross Janet Ryan Nancy Lanza A between-halves performance b Laura Sheeds, Sheila Keen, Jane Nickerson, Susan Sercno. (Front) Jane Nickerson, Corrine Corbelt, Laura Sheeds, Jane Da . Dcnise Pinaud, Diane Lotli, Ann Parker. Carolvn Campbell (Rear) Chris Mams. Beth Huyrley. Liz Lyons, Laurie Engley, Erin O ' Leary, Laura Cutcliffe, Nancy McNaught, Debby Carter, Kathy Stephansky, Debbie Connell, Bonnie Dawe. Corrine Constantino, Irene Si. Pierre, Bridget Tibets, Joyce Farrell. CHEERLEADERS FOOTBALL — BASKETBALL SOCCER HOCKEY The girls show ihcir spirit at the Thanksgiving Game! Wendy Glidden. Eliza Campanerio, Paula McNally, Maria O ' Conncll lead the cheers (mitten and all) Co-Captains Dcnisc Murphy and Pam Saywer (photo Polillio) 128 Freshman Judy Doyle and Debbie Fitzpatrick show their spirit! FOOTBALL-BASKETBALL: (Left Front lo Back) Darryl Cook. Karen Francioso. Dolores Farrcll. Alison Goodman. Stephanie Welch. (Middle) Denise Murphy. Pam Sawyer. (Right Front to Back) Judy Doyle. Debbie Fitzpatrick. Patty Fedorowicz. Rita Silva. Stephanie Zatoza. (Photo: Tom Melanson) Cheerleaders at the Spirit Rally Sue McLellen, Lisa Catalano, and Denisc Blahul keep warm at the hiKkev game Wend) Glidden Denise Blahul Pamela Sa N er Dcnise Murphv SOCCER-HOCKEY: (Left) Donna Lynch. Sue J " ' ' McLellen, Lisa Catalano, Denise Blahul, Wendv ) Glidden. (Right) Susan Gallerani, Maria O ' Conneli. Paula McNally, Eliza Campanario. Eli a Campanairo Krislcn Powell 129 Paula Niosi Chri!. C oiler Mrs. Ellen Ciriffin Kim Cosia Lisa Piselli STUDENT GOVERNMENT CLASS OF 1984 FRESHMAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Piselli. Chris Cotter. Sherri Woolf. Jeff Masalsky. (From) Mrs. Ellen Griffin. Paula Niosi. Mrs. Nancy Jeff DiMatteo. Tracy Leathers, Aviva Abeiow. Don- Murphy. (Rear) Paula Barbato. Kim Costa. Lisa na Barlow, Lauren Boushell. Doris Farrell. SOPHOMORE EXECLTIVE COMMITTEE: (From) Maria O ' Connell, Donna DiMatteo. Sean Conway, Kim Crifo. (2nd| Mary Coc. Nancy Sam- 130 marco. Terrv Madan. Carrie Norton. Sheila Keen. (1 M Chcr l KImi. N,inc Orhindo. Carolyn Donohue. Alison Goodman. Denise Pinaud, Diane Doyle. .Ann Croft. Lorinda DaSilva. (Rear) Debbie Swarlz. Patty Quattrucci. Diane King. Deb- bie Slcnstrom. Chrissie Kelleher. Marybelh Tyer. Karen O ' Neill. Jimmy Boudrcau Donna DiMatteo Sean Conway Kim Crifo Maria O ' Connell Mr. Leonard Cidado CLASS OF 1982 Miss Kathleen Crimmins SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: (Front) Stephanie Welch, Jay Eagles, Patrick Dunne, Ellen McCarthy, Miss Kathleen Crimmins. (Rear) Jane Day, Martha Myers, Lynn Jackson, David Breen, Michael Jackman, Julie Polvinen, MaryEllen Mann, Bruce Dolinsky, Patricia Fedoorowiiz, Kim Catalano, Jeff Blacker. STUDENT COUNCIL John Anderson David Breen Peter DiMatteo Karen Duross XECUTIVE COMMITTEE: (Front) John Anderson, Laurie Engley, David Breen. Karen Duross, Peter DiMatteo. (2nd) Maria Sangiolo, Risa Fisher, Julie Shipps, Alison Goodman, Priscilla Geigis. (3rd) Lauren Wiseman. Chrissie Kelleher. Alison Barry. Debbie Bradbury. Marie Demhowsky. Patricia Sweeney. Jeff DiMatteo, Paul Masalsky. (Rear) Bonnie Dawe, Eliza " ampanario, Pam Farrell, Debbie Connell, Lisa Fernandes, Fatima Garcia. Mr Arthur McCarthy. Judy Doyle. Jane Day. im Feeney. Beth Hurley. William Wikstrom. Tom DeNapoli. .aurie Enfilev Mr Arthur McCarllii SMOKE-OUT COMMITTEE: (Front) Patly Sereno. Marilyn Schubarlh. (Rear) Priscilla Geigis, Chris Kellehcr, Jane Day, Mr. Maioli. STOUGHTON HIGH INTERNATIONAL CLUB OFFICERS(SHIC): (Front) Elaine Norden, Victoria Nordcn, Miss Linda Glover, Advisor. (Rear) Jane Fidler, Jeff Blacker. Andrea Saperstein, WSHS WSHS STAFF: Nathan Rudin, Chris Mains, Steven Smith, Paul LcBlanc Bernie Gerson " on the air with WSHS " i L 4 i JUNIOR ASSOCIATE MEMBERS OF THE STOUGHTON WOMEN ' S C LUB: Faye Spivack, Nancy Joseph NATIONAL MERIT FINALISTS: Stephen F arrell. Valdis Kirsis Saying it with music (Photo: Melanson) DECA: (Front) Stephanie Panek. Laurie Hunnewell, Debbie Fisher, Michelle Ennis. (Rear) Mr Arthur Mc- Carthy, Rene Freeland, Denise Crivelaro. Rudy Alterio, Beth Friedman, Dean Carlton, Cheryl Collins. 133 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS: Avelina Nunes. Michelle Dilorcnzo, Jayne Sallerson, Deborah Geigis. Mr. Leonard Cidado, advisor. National Honor Society. I CENT NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: (Front) Jayne Sallerson, Debbie Geigis. (2nd) Lori Freeman, Paula Camara, Pam Sawyer, Judy Gallant, Sue Dino. (3rd) John Coe. Ted Crifo. John Anderson, Sunil Natrajan, Dave Nutting, Robert Carter, Chris Lyons. John Fidler. (4th) Janet Ryan. Terric Manna, Denise Murphy, Jamie Bat- chelder, Louise Starkowsky, Laurie Engley, Nancy Joseph, Catny Eagan, Stephen Farrell, Alan Wiener, Bernie Gerson, Valdis Kirsis, Andy Sweeney. (Rear) Michelle Dilorcnzo, Maria Camara, Stacey Callender, Avelina Nunes, Jennifer Alpert, Heidi Gillette, Victoria Norden, Faye Spivack, Nancy Lanza. CHARACTER SERVICE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP 134 Lighting the symbolic candles at the induction ceremony (Avelina Nunes) Deborah Geigis, NHS President WRITING AT SHS The writing programs of SHS conlinuc lo expand and improve with both individual eft ' orls and group publications strengthening Sloughton ' s reputation t )r literar excellence. Nearl sixty juniors competed in this year ' s Intramural Writing Competition. Last year ' s winner. Deborah Geigis. went on to become a national winner. Winners in I98rs eighth annual contest were KaU is Kirsis, Paul LeBlanc. and David Stolovs. who w ill continue in the national competition. In a transition year, the SHS K. IGHT published two fine issues in its usual style and then sw itched lo a news magazine format, working closeU with the SHS print shop. The paper boasts a staff of over fifty con- tributors from all four classes. 1980-81 was also a banner year for THL STOTOMA.W Under the capable guidance of editor-in-chief Nancy Lanza, the yearbook staff of 126 (one of the largest ever) was able lo complete the book earlier than any staff since 1 972. The writing competition, the newspaper, and the yearbook are all advis- ed, supervised, and coordinated by the understandably busy Mr. Sumner Tapper. (Front) Jane Day, Erin O ' Leary, Lorrie Glovsky. Suzy Berger. (Second) Laura Sheedy, Kalhy Hanley. (Rear) Heidi Heberling. Julie Cotter, Nancy Moan. Sue Pina INTRAMURAL WRITING CONTEST. 1980 FINALISTS; Deborah Geigis. Terrie Hanna. Michael Sugrue (Front) Kathy Battles. Linda Gustafson. (Second) Kim Catalano, Jean Sestito. Maura McNamara. (Rear) David Breen, Jeff Blacker. Andrea Saperstein (Front) Chris Lindsay. (Second) Steven Smith. Nathan Rudin. Paul LeBlanc, Kalvis Kirsis. (Rear) Tim Lyons. (Front) Smita Jain, Bob Rivers. Michael Jackman. David Saltzma n, (Second) Jay Eagles. Robert Westbrooks. Cheryl Nestor. (Rear) Amy Teicheira. 136 Airinhos Serradas Winner, Stoughton Historical Society Essay Contest Andrea Saperstein Runnerup V.F.W. Essay Contest SHS KNIGHT: (Front) Jay Eagles. David Stolow, Mr. Tapper. (2nd) Michelle DeVeber. Bob Ricci, Lisa Loring. Kristen Cody, Dianne While (3rd) Mike Sugrue, Shauna Spillberg, Barry Wiener, Paul Masalaky, Steven Smith. Mark DeVeber. Debbie Geigis. (Rear) Joanne McAfee, Tern Madan. hiaine Norden, Jeff Blacker, Bernie Gerson, John Fidler, Dave Nutting. Les Swartz. Craig Spurr. Larry Yarmaloff, Jennifer Litwack, Susan Crandall, Patricia Sweenev David Stolow Editor-in-chief, SHS Knight; Winner, V.F.W. Essay Nathan Rudin Feature Editor, Knight DITORIAL AND MAKE-UP BOARD, SHS KNIGHT: (Front) David Stolow. (Rear) Elaine Norden, Bernie jerson. Jay Eagles, Jeff Blacker. Jay Eagles, Knight Sfwrts Editor 137 STAGE BAND: (Front) Doug Meadows, Bill Gibbs, Eric Hirschorn, Gary Thompson, Paul Russell, Priscilla Geigis, Mark Hurley, Pam Farrell, Louise Starkowsky, Fred Tibets, Jonathan Kravetz. (Rear) Mike Abril, Chris Lindsay, Nathan Rudin, Jim Day, John Day, Richard Dray. " GO BLACK KNIGHTS! " — Stoughton High Marching Band (directed by Mr. Ron Christiansen) 138 it Stoughton High Mixed Chorus SHOW CHOIR (Front) David Brecn, Corlnne Constantino. (2nd) Aimee Colombc, Maria Sangiolo, James Mootis. Martha Myers, Alan Wiener. (3rd) Jodi Davidson. Dan Rudin. Aaron Rosenberg, Nancy Joseph, James Day, Carol Tarchara. (Rear) Mark Ferrini, Bev Steeves, Allison Good- man, Kalvis Kirsis, Stephanie Welch, Robert Westbrooks, Juan Silva Southeast District Music Kestival Chris Lindsay, Fred Tibets " Band is 1 " (Photo: Shauna Spillberg) JAZZ CHOIR: (Front) Aaron Rosenberg, Maria Sangiolo, Richard Schwartz (2nd) Alan Wiener, David Breen (3rd) Melissa Kelley, Bev Steeves (4ih) Aimee Coulombe, James Moolis. Martha M vers, Robert Westbrooks (Rear) Nathan Rudin, James Day THESPIANS; (Front) Steve Smith, Mark Hurley, Maureen Powers, Jodi Davidson, Nancy Joseph, Judy Weiss, Maria Sangioio, Martha Myers. (Second) Laurie Engley, Diane Brennick, John Whittington, Louise Starkowsky, Carol Tarchara, Debbie Geigis, Mike Jackman. (Rear) Rich Thompson, David Stolow, David Breen, Bobby Westbrooks, John Quattrucci. Maureen Powers Louise Starkowsky Carol Tarchara Rich Thompson Maria Sangioio (photo: Frank Fedorwicz) 142 FRESHMEN GIRLS BASKETBALL: (Front) Linda Karavetsos, Laura Cutcliffe, Lauren Boushell. Linda Peilegrino, Coach Bill Cotter. (Rear) Simone Smith, Sheri Rosenthal, Lisa Aguiar, Michelle Davis, Maureen McGowan. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL; (From) Coach Ed Coffey, Mark Arnold, Dave Hayes, Jeff DiMalleo, Dave Cohen, Craig Sherman, Kevin Bushlow. Tony Novello (2nd) Dennis Donaghue, Steve |f| Teplilz, Tim Viola, Steve Melanson. Brian Plunkett, Terrance Calendar, Jay Steinburg, Andy Eerier (3rd) Terrance Elder, Gerard Walsh, Paul Masalsky, Bobby Pena, David Lee, Mitch DmohowskI, Paul Kimball (Rear) Benny Malloy, Mike Anderson, Russ Stevens. Dan Aronson, Jimmy Overstreet, Bill Whittington, John Burber Ji FALL GOLF: (Front) Chris Gill, John Wilczewski, Paul Meskonis. (Rear) Kciih LaPori, Scoit Carlson Sophomore Jeff Peterson 144 146 A warm welcome from Bob G. and the Elves (Jean Young, Ellen Botsian, Dori Kelly) Lori Clough, Mr. Anthony Sarno, Mr. James Bousheli, Ellen Botsian Taking time out for a picture (Donna DiMatteo and escort, Keith Galizio and date, Mike Unda and Judy Doyle, Pat Totman and Joanne Davis) The Winter Dance is Claus for a hug! Santa (Ted Crifo) and Mrs. S. (Debbie ShefQ " FROSTED MEMORIES " ANNUAL WINTER DANCE December 13, 1980 Dancing the night away! 148 Santa does the honors. (Ted and Miss Kathleen Mr. and Mrs. Claus and Elves. Edie Fuld and Mr. Dale LaVellc Crimmins) Smile! (Standing) Pat Dunne, Stephanie Welch, John Quatrucci, Maria Sangiolo. (Seated) Frank Fedorowicz, Colleen Klim, David Breen, Martha Myers, Alison Good- man, Jeff Blacker. What ' s in this punch! (Jane Sallerson with onlookers Brad Noble, Richard You ' ll never guess what I put in this! sa s Ellen Botsian to Tracy Leathers and Schwartz, and John Davis) Jimmy Day. 149 (Photo: Joe Polillio) (Photo: Polillio) (Photo: Shauna Spillberg) (Photo: Spillberg) VISITORS Former New Jersey police officer, David Toma visited SHS in January to give three lectures, in- cluding one to parents, concerning the perils of drug use. Toma, whose life story served as the basis for the television shows " Toma " and " Barretta " related gruesome accounts intended to frighten students away from drugs. Mr. Toma also provided an oppor- tunity for students to speak with him individually regarding their personal problems. The Toma visit was heralded throughout the community as a major step forward in drug education. Continuing on the guest list were approximately 25 students from Newman Prep School representing several foreign nations. These students spoke of their homelands all over the globe. Their audience was comprised of foreign language students who were treated to brief speeches from each visitor about the customs and culture of his her native land, and were later permitted to meet the visitors f)ersonally and ask questions. 150 PHOTOGRAPHY: (Front) Mark DeVeber, Warren Jennings, Andrew Sweeney, Rich Thompson. (Rear) Shauna Spillberg, Nancy Lanza, Louise Starkowsky. (Not present) Joe Poiillio, Tom Melanson, Frank Fedorowicz. SENIOR SECTION: (Front) Suzanne Dino. Mark DeVeber, Mike Sugruc. (Second) Fayc Spivack, Ronda Kuznitz. Ruth Martins, Lynne MacDonald, Carol-Lynne Sears (Rear) Mr. Sumner Tapper, Terrie Hanna, Bernie Gerson, Heidi Gillette. Jennifer Alpert, Lori Freeman. Suzanne Dino Production Manager Jennifer Alpert Layout Editor Bernard Gerson Activities Ed. Chris Lyons Sports Ed. Maria Camara Cover Design Judy Gallant Faculty Editor Joe Polillo Photographer Tom Melanson Photographer Deborah Geigis Opening Essay Carole Roberts Production Faye Spivack Production Renee Hansen Art ART; (Front) Louise Starkowsky, Maria Camara, Arthur Chishoim. (Rear) jSusan Steinberg, Laura Silverman, Stacey Callender, Barbara Werkowski, Mike jSugrue, Deborah Geigis. (Not Present) Renee Hanson. JUNIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Jay Eagles, Steven Smith, Shauna Spillberg, Jeff Blacker. (Not Present) David Slolow, Junior Staff Coordinator. -153 Mark DeVeber Photographer Dave Nutting Layout Lynne MacDonald Production Ruth Martins Production LAYOUT: (Front) Bernie Gerson, Mike Sugrue. Mr. Tapper. (Second) Ronda Kuznitz, Lori Boraks. Ruth Martins, Lynne MacDonald, Carol-Lynne Sears. (Rear) Faye Spivack, Lori Freeman, Karen Belts, Suzanne Dino, Heidi Gillette, David Nut- ting, Jennifer Alpert, Mark DeVeber. (Not Present) Deborah Geigis, Judith Gallant, Daniel Griffcn, Robert Carter. PRODUCTION: (Front) Suzanne Dino, Avelina Nunes, Mark DeVeber, Lynn MacDonald, Carol-Lynne Sears. (Rear) Nancy Lanza, Louise Starkowsky, Alan Wiener, Michael Sugrue, Bernie Gerson, Heidi Gillette, Jennifer Alpert, Lori Freeman. (Not Present) Shari Enos, Judith Gallant. Shan hnos Rhonda Kuznitz Typist Layout ADVERTISING: (Front) Edie Fuld, Pamela Sawyer, Eric Freeman, John Fidler, Lori Clough. (Rear) Fred Raymond, Mark Goldberg. Tom Foley, Eileen Murray, Maureen Powers. BUSINESS: (Front) David Nutting, Denise Blahut, Alan Wiener, Ronda KuZ ' nitz. (Rear) Heidi Gillette, Suzanne Dino. Jennifer Alpert, Avelina Nunes, LoiTl Freeman. Faye Spivack, Andrew Sweeney. HUGGARD EWING Selected Cars 1305 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 02072 ROXIE ' S MARKET 525 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. 02072 479 Southern Artery Quincy, Mass. 02159 838-3131-32-33 ALLTOWN INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance of Every Description 1100 Turnpike St. (Rte. 138) Canton, Mass. 02021 SOUTH SHORE CENTER FOR GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING, INC. Suite 217 95 Washington Street Canton, Mass. 02021 155 Pam, Eileen, Jayne, Lori, Karen, Lori Lori, Denise, Terrie, Ellen, Jean, Bev, Edie Sherrie, Mary Beth, Paula, Tuttie, Janice, Maureen Grace, Sue, Debbie, Carol Congratulations, Good Luck and " Let The Good Times Roii " Advertisement This Half Page Courtesy of: SHAW GLASS Plate Glass, Window Glass, Mirrors, Residential and Commercial Glazing 213 Turnpike Street Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Boston Area 325-0051 486 Washington Street Stoughton, MA 02072 344-9931 Adjust-a-drape Same Day Shirt Service Expert Suede and Leather Cleaning DRUG FAIR 933 Central St., Stoughton . . . Tel. 344-5600 The Independent Drug Store With More for You Open 9 am to 9 pm — 7 Days a Week Congratulations to All Graduates 157 This Half Page Courtesy of: MEDICAL PHARMACY Ralph Mele, B.S., R.Ph. George A. Marra, B.S., R.Ph. 769 Washington Street Tel. 344-2311 Stoughton, Mass. Best Wishes Class of 1981 From HUGH M. YOUNG ASSOC. INC. H.V.A.C. Consulting Engineers North Easton, Mass. TWIN-KEE RAINWEAR Serving the Public for 35 years 158 BAYNEBEEFCO. INC 123 Newmarket Square Boston, Mass. 02118 MALCOLM PARSONS INSURANCE 6 Freeman Street Stoughton, Massachusetts Good Luck, Graduates! Compliments of F.C. PHILLIPS World ' s Largest Manufacturer of Athletic Spikes and Cleats Good Luck Class of ' 81 JOE ' S SHELL 825 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 344-9851 DAVID CHEVROLET Sales — Service Satisfaction Guaranteed No One Can Beat Our Deals New and Used Cars 287 Washington St., Route 138 Stoughton 341-0310 CHEVROLET 159 JOHNNIE ' S STATION 645 Washington St. Stoughton 344-9800 LAMPS UNLIMITED • 224 Broadway Rt. 1 No. Walnut Place Saugus, MA 01906 233-8686 • 107 Sharon Street Cobbs Corner Stoughton, MA 02072 344-7137 Exciting Design in Lighting C anies 2c die Ho SINCE 1963 Congratulations Class of ' 81 From DOROTHY JEAN ' S BAKERY 419 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 344-2994 also: Hies Professional Carpet Kleaning All Work Guaranteed Steam Extraction Method 10c square foot FLOORS- WASHED WAXED HARDWOOD FLOORS WINDOWS F ee Estimates 344-6971 Tel. 344-5241 CHRISTOPHER ' S SHOES 770 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Quality Footwear for the Family SOUTH SHORE ELECTRONICS (Formerly Lafayette Electronics) 732 Washington Street, Route 138 Stoughton Center 344-0557 Sanyo — Sony — Jensen — Regency Fisher — TDK — Atari — Cobra Full Service Department PARSHLEY REALTY 30 Porter Street Stoughton, Massachusetts Telephone Number: 344-2110 Best Wishes 1981 Graduates! Congratulations to the Class of 1981 From ANDY ' S FOOD MART 330 Morton St. Stoughton, MA 344-7992 160 (617)— 341-0020 J W CARPET DISTRIBUTORS A A Industrial Park 200 Tosca Drive Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Boston Tel. No. Louis Jones (617) 828-9025 WYMAN JEWELERS 18 Wyman Street Stoughton, Mass. Telephone: 344-5000 MICKY McKINNON ' S DANCE CENTER 54 Porter Street Stoughton, Mass. 02072 344-0452 7992 STOUGHTON COOPERATIVE BANK 20 Park Street Stoughton, Mass. 02072 161 ,the store t Ear Piercing dally Costume jewelry 14 Kt Plumb Gold Gold Filled and Sterling 417 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 426-7067 Best Wishes Graduating Seniors HORAN OIL CORP. Good Luck! CRIMMINS REAL ESTATE 1032 Central Street Stoughton, Massachusetts 162 Good Luck Class of 1981! from the BAY BANK CRIFO FAMILY 810 Washington St. Stoughton, Massachusetts 344-4210 VWESIERN AUTO 1 -- 6 Washington St. (Cobbs Corner) Canton 828-3360 3M Art Shoppe BICYCLE SERVICE PARTS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES RALEIGH WESTERN FLYER RAMPAR Fully Assembled - 1 year warranty Mon., Thurs., Fri. SAM ■ 8PM Tuei., Wed., Sat. 9AM -6PM Fresh Flowers (Rt. 138) Dried Silk Designs (61 7) 344-2632 681 WASHINGTON STREET STOUGHTON 163 TO TUTTIE AND FRIENDS Congratulations and Good Luck PAT AND FRAN Railroads Oil Farms Commercial Power Plants Equipment Buildings JOHN G. GRANT SONS Buyers of Obsolete Inventories Plant Liquidation Industrial Installations 848-8070-8071 60 Garden Park Braintree, Mass. 02184 STOUGHTON LITTLE THEATER " Break A Leg " , Class of ' 81 The Little Theatre of Stoughton, Inc. U 344-8000 BARMAN TIRE AUTO CENTER Most Major Brands 550 Washington St. Stoughton, MA 02072 Ken and Howard Barman Congratulations Class of 81 Tel. 828-1393 344-8280 CARADONNA ' S LIQUOR STORE, INC. Cobb ' s Corner Shopping Plaza • Canton, Ma. 02021 354 Washington St. (Rte. 138) • Stoughton, Ma. 02072 STOUGHTON: 355 Washington St. OLD FASHIOJMED BAMBURBEIIS 164 GOODYEAR WINDSOR TIRE CO., INC. 500 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. 02072 344-9909 • 344-8333 DENNENO ' S Pizza — Subs 545 Pearl Street Stoughton, MA 02072 344-9803 FARLEY FUNERAL HOME Jay Farley, Director 358 Park Street Tel. No. 344-2676 RANDOLPH SAVINGS BANK Offices Located In: Randolph N. Randolph Stoughton Holbrook Phone: 344-4150 165 These Ads Courtesy of The Medical professionals In Our Community. Thanks Congratulations Class of ' 81 DR. FRED HERTZMARK M.J.BRICKELL D.M.D. 35 Park Street Congratulations, Seniors CARL A. WALENT D.D.S. 703 Washington Street, Stoughton, Mass. 344-1878 ALLAN E. DUNN, D.M.D. 450 Pearl Street, Stoughton, Mass. 02072 DR. BURTON GERSON OPTOMETRIST P.O. Box 445 84 Pearl Street Stoughton, Ma. PARK MEDICAL Best of Luck Graduating Seniors PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL Mass. Registered Electrologist Nurse By Appointment Only Cele Daniels Pinecrest Village (617) 828-5571 450 Pearl St. (617) 828-9387 Stoughton, MA 02072 DR. ROBERT CHAVEZ D.D.S. Miles of Smiles For Your Future PARK PEDIATRIC ASSOCIATES 966 Pearl Street Stoughton, Ma. 02072 Congratulations, Class of ' 81 166 PARK OB-GYN ASSOCIATES, INC. James H. Tyer, M.D., F.A.C.O.G. Robert E. Brauner, M.D. 966A Park Street Stoughton, MA Telephone Number: 344-9662 Good Luck Seniors! Compliments of the People at: GAY THE FLORIST Good Luck Seniors! Best Wishes to Our 1981 Graduates From BEGINNING ROOTS DAY CARE Where our future graduates get their beginning. Located: Rte. 138, Easton 238-6310 Rte. 139, Stoughton 344-2078 69 Grove St., Stoughton 344-7411 Offering: Kindergarten, Pre-Kindergarten Nursery, Full Day Care Half Sessions, Infant Care Beverly Joan Linehan Director DR. JEFF BECKER STAFF ORTHODONTIST Best of Luck in the Future! OUELLET PHARMACY Professional Pharmacy T I GaCCanan d Stoughton Variety Store Dairy • Deli - Party Platters 79 Canton Street Phone 344-1752 T I 756 Washington Street Stoughton Square 344-3400 167 RECORDS TAPES ooAd iftibrotiona 900d iiibfotioflo Villaga Mall 95 Washington Street Canton Ma 02021 828-4533 Waipole Mall Route 1 East Walpol Ma 02032 762-3323 Mystic Mall Everen Ave Chelsea Ma 02150 884 8544 Marshall s Shopping Ctr 281 Needham St Newton. Ma 02164 969-3445 Books Magazines Greeting Cards Special Orders WILMARC ' S BOOKS 95 Washington Street • Village Mall • Canton, MA 02021 (617)828-3110 RONALD J. SANTOS Assistant Treasurer Branch Manager Tel: 341-0500 341-0501 people s saving 21 39 Central Street • Stoughton, MA. 02702 STOUGHTON DRUG CO. 450 Pearl Street Stoughton, Massachusetts Prescription and Surgical Supplies Lil and Paul Goulston Reg. Pharmacists Telephone numbers: 344-6150 828-2180 Best of Luck in the Future, Seniors! Congratulations Class of ' 81 WILLOW BROOK FARMS 1989 Central Street Stoughton, Mass. Regards From: Mary Lou, Gery, Paul and Joe STOUGHTON ARMY NAVY CENTER 763 Washington Street Stoughton, Massachusetts 02072 (617) 341-0769 168 617 828-7780 COLMAN ' S 5 RTIN6 GOODS 39 Washington St. Canton, Ma. 02021 THE STORE FOR ALL SEASONS STOUGHTON DINER 657 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Phone: 344-9061 Open Daily From 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. Closed Sundays STOUGHTON BIKE CENTER Sales and Service on All Makes 742 Washington St. Stoughton Best Wsihes From M M VARIETY 100 Perry St. Stoughton, MA 344-2203 Route 9, Natick 237-3422 Cobbs Corner, Canton 828-9112 KARATE • JIU-JITSU • KUNG FU CLASSES FOR MEN. WOMEN AND CHILDREN HOFFMAN ' S FASHION APPAREL UMIT§D STUDIOS Of SSLf Dif€MS€ 583-941 1 Hihgham Plaza, Hingham 749-7610 200 Union St. Lynn 593-8874 LARRY MANGONE DIRECTOR AND CHIEF INSTRUCTOR 1030 NORTH MONTELLO ST BROCKTON. MASSACHUSETTS 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 ROWLANDS TV 10 Wyman St. Stoughton, MA Tel.: 344-3285 169 T.F. EARLEY SON, INC. 344-3371 Call " EARLEY " Before It ' s Too Late! MOBIL Heating Oil 1171 Washington Street Stoughton, Massachusetts 02072 170 Nobody can do it 1 like McDonald caniM ■McDonald ■ I® Photo: S. Spillberg TOTAL AUTO PARTS 339-341 Washington Street Stoughton, Massachusetts 7 a.m.-9 p.m. — Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-S p.m. — Saturday Phone: 344-4300 LLOYD ' S ANIMAL HOSPITAL 195 Washington Street Stoughton, Massachusetts 171 Congratulations to the Class of ' 81 TOWN SPA Porter Street Stoughton, Ma Call: 344-2030 Congratulations Class of ' 81 BOB S Tax Services Financial Consulting Notary Public Bookkeeping Services IRVING W. GOLDBERG 105 Tosca Drive (617) 344-1227 Stoughton, Mass. 02072 24 Hours ■4 " ood.mxLrt f ■ DUG6ANS( LIQUORS 289 Park St. 344-4350 Stoughton 344-3666 172 This Full Page Ad Through Courtesy of the STOUGHTON POLICE RELIEF ASSOCIATION (Photo: Tom Melanson) CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF ' 81 Now that you have completed your high school education, unlimited possibilities for interesting careers await you. With your high school diploma, you can afford to be selective in your choice of career. We would be pleased to discuss with you at any time opportunities available, both in our office and distribution center, as well as retailing in the hundreds of shoe departments we operate coast to coast. Whatever your career decision, we extend to you our best wishes for your success. MORSE SHOE 555 Turnpike Street Canton, l Aass. 174 Compliments of BLACKWELL STUDIO " Your Class Photographer " 10 Freeman Street Stoughton, Mass. The staff of the Stotonian would like to thank Blackwell Studio for all its help and cooperation during the production of our yearbook. Thanks. r GOLD PATRONS: Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fedorowics Mr. and Mrs. Peter DeVeber The Mills Family The Reverend and Mrs. Ernest O. Geig Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bender Mr. and Mrs. Milton Smith Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Hanna Jack and Beth Donnelly Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Freeman Gerald W. McShane Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Marinilli Mr. and Mrs. Henry Teague Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fichera Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Engley Mr. and Mrs. David A. Nutting Use and Bernard Panek Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brennick Joseph I. Casano Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Silverman Mr. and Mrs. Irving W. Goldberg David and Audrey Duross Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dawe, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Starkowsky and Family Joseph and Carol Romanelli Mr. and Mrs. William Dino Florence S. Tripp Mr. and Mrs. William A. Brandt is Tom and Dot Carter Dr.and Mrs. George W. Gallant Mr. and Mrs. Gus Carlson William and Adele Coe Mary Kucinskas Mr. and Mrs. Valdis Kirsis Mr. and Mrs. William A. Batte Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Golden and Girls Mr. and Mrs. James Bertram and Family Mr. and Mrs. Arnold N. Gillette and Family Mr. and Mrs. Antonio D. Martins Ora and Godfrey Callender Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Enos Mr. and Mrs. John R. Anderson and Family Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Lanza, Sr. Paul and Joan Kelly Mr. and Mrs. William P. McNamara and Family Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Mondor Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Eagles SILVER PATRONS: Sylvia Parmeggiani Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Norden John and Gyneth McGarvey Audrey and Ed Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Jolyon M. Spivack Mr. and Mrs. John F. McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. Irving Turok Jane Dolloff and Family Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Soncrant Mr. and Mrs. John Camara Mr. and Mrs. Alan Swartz Mr. and Mrs. David P. Sears Arnold and Phyllis Fuld Mr. and Mrs. J. 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