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

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Does not circulate 3 IbMb DOOSfl SflEl STOUGHTON PUBLIC UBRARV 3 1 6 6 0 00 5 8 5 8 2 1 o 1 I 1 BB m STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL STOUGHTON, MASSACHUSETTS FRESHMAN YEAR 1978-1979 • Ninth grade is o rime ro move Into bigger, brooder surroundings, with numerous curriculor ond QCfivify opportunities ovoiloble for the doss of 1982. • Less than o month into the school year. Stoughton High sports fans ore crushed by the home run of DucPfy Dent en route to o 5-4 Red Sox ployoff gome loss. • Also in the foil, Morio Songiolo ond Bob Westbrooks lead the freshmon contingent in the cost of " Coboret, " the oil-school musical. • Officers John Quottrucci, Stephonie Welch, Ellen McCorrhy, ond Kim Cotolono coordinate doss activity efforts which include the first of three Pizzo Suppers and the Volentine ' s Day donee, " Don ' t Go Dreokin ' My Heort. " • Mrs, Kathleen Crimmins and Mrs. Moryonne Cosser- ly ore our doss advisors. • Kothy Honley and Kolvis Kirsis eorn tv o of the top five awards in the annual Science Foir. • The most significont event of our freshmon year occurs with the retirement of principol Dr. Peter Sperandio offer 13 yeors at the helm of SHS. • Mr. Albert J. Twomey reploces Sperandio as interim principol. • Notionaily, the landmark agreement of the Camp David Accords bet- ween Egypt ond Israel is reached in March. • The togas of " Animal House " and the zoniness of " Soturdoy Night Live " ore especiolly popular. • Musical groups, including o Jazz Choir with freshmen David Dreen, Maureen O ' Donnell, Songiolo, and Westbrooks, suc- cessfully compete in Dermudo. SOPHOMORE YEAR 1979-1980 • By our second year, the novelty of high school has faded, but the frustrorion ossocioted with being o " freshmon " deports, os the members of the doss of 1981 ospire to " sophomore " stotus. • The new year brings Sfoughton High o new princlpol, Mr Dole LoVelle, promoted from his position as Director of Foreign Longuoge. • Norlonolly, the foil of 1979 finds our country in the midst of o conflia wttict) will dominate conversation and political activity for the next fourteen months — the Iranian hostage crisis. • In doss oaivltles, sophomores sponsor o PIzzo Supper ond o successful donee. • Officers for 1979- 80 ore Beth Foster, Lorl Kermon, Ellen McCorthy, and Christine Morlno. • ScientiflcQlly, Kolvis Kirsis betters his 1979 performance, winning the First Grand Prize Award in the 1980 Science Foir. • In othletic endeavors, the trockies copture the spring Hockomock Leogue championship with sophomore standouts Jay Eagles, Bob F icci, Gobi ScotT, and Kirsis. • Ten weeks of reheorsol pro- duces the exceptional musical " Pippin, " srorring Mark Hurley, Bob Westbrooks, and Morio Songiolo olong with a host of eleven other sophomores. • The intrigue of J.R. ond " Dollos " grabs the interest of TV viewers, while Academy Award-winning " Kramer vs. Kramer " enjoys tremendous popularity among SH5 movie-goers. 9 JUNIOR YEAR 1980-1981 • Junior year for rhe doss of 1982 — up- perclossmen Qt lost. • Class officers for this year ore John Quortrucci, Joy Eogles, Ellen McCarthy, and Pot Dunne, • Our third annual Pizza Supper becomes a big success as all present witness Mar- vin Hagler ' s TKO over Alan Minter In Round Three. • After months of onriciporion, our class rings finolly orrive. • At the Thanksgiving Roily, Junior Kingdom comes owoy with the spirit award • Our Valentine s Doy donee, " Hearts of Fire. " ottrocts o lorge and enthusiastic crowd. • The long-dreaded PSAT ' s orrive only to be followed by the more-feared SAT ' s ' " General Hospital ' is the rage as many rush home from school to see it. • As Ronald Reagan is in- augurated, the nation learns of the release of the hostages. • The Jozz Choir comes home from Washington. D C. with o gold medol. while both the Show Choir and Jazz Bond sport a silver. • It ' s Moy 14, and " We ' ve Got Tonight, " os Erin O ' leory is crowned queen of the Junior Prom, • There ' s ecsracy in the air os the Celtics capture champion- ship No. 14 from rhe Houston Rackets. • Members of the doss of 1982 once ogoin dominate this year ' s dromotic productions, in- cluding " Droculo " ond " How to Succeed in Business Without Reolly Trying. " • Gobi Scott sets o state record in the 300-yard dash. • The doss trip to Rocky Point is o time of fun ond togetherness. • Mr. Sorno is welcomed as the new assisronr prin- cipal. • Thirty-one members from rhe class of 1982 ore inducted into the Norionol Honor Society, elec- ting Smlto Join president. • Seniority at lost. Photo: McCorthy If Q mon does nor keep pace with his companions, perhaps ir is because he heors a differenr drummer. Ler him srep ro rhe music which he hears, however measured, or far away. Henry Dovid Thoreou 15 ' ' To iM fi (fhn mfC tot in%m) jo win iiid nsyicr midU mi yfir5on5 md ika affuiion of ciiiUrm} io mrn Se fij yrp aiion of Pwm critics and (xmul j} h ftfwC ik. ks-t in ot{ier5}UjM (f om ' 5 3eff; to [mv ikt. ivorM a M MUr, wfidh-r a fimiihj cfiifpf, a c ardm yfdS. or a mdu mid 5octa[ condiiion ] to fiavi yUjaf and mifi tnihmiasm and sunij with iT uiidion } io [imw fivin ont Uj z ka ' b reaWiad zcmtr j causttjou 9iavt- 16 The work will wait whii you show rhe child rhe rainbow. But the roinbow won ' t wait while you do the work. " (Unknown) Mr. Warner Ducklin Social Studies Ms. Anno Correiro Foreign Longuoge Mr. Joseph Chomberioin English Mr. Joseph ClardI Industrial Arts 19 21 Mr. Michael Homer English Mr. Gory Hylonder Sociol Studies Mr. Paul Jacobs Science " The surest woy fo cor- rupt Q young man is to reoch him ro esteem more highly those who think alike rhon those who think differently. " (Nietzche) 22 " The better port of every mon ' s educotion is thot which he gives himself. " J. R. Lowell Mr. Donold LeGrow Coord., Fine Arts Mr. Peter Moccini Science Mr. Kevin McCormick Socio! Studies Mr. Chorles Meroth Phys. Ed. 23 AAr. John Perry. Mofh " The man who con moke hard things easy is rhe educoror. " Emerson Mrs Barbara O Donnell Guidorice 25 Mr. McCarthy Mr. McDonald Mrs. Marqarite Miss Moore Mrs. Murphy Miss Murray Miss Neol Mr. Nero Mr. Oberionder Mr. Owen Mr. PenordI Mr. Powers EDUCATION . . is whot you hove left over when you subtract whot you hove forgotten fronn whot you hove learned . . . Mr. Quigley Miss Quinn Mrs. I ichmond Mr. Specie Mrs. Woferhouse Mr. Srott Mr. Willis Miss Sugors Dr. Sperondio Mr. Thompson srill others Miss Coplon Mr Connor Miss Diskin Mr. Marcus Mrs . Yeoger Mr. Zopusrus 29 5TOUGHTON SCHOOL COMMITTEE Mr. William Dineen, Mr. John Docey, Mrs. Rosono Molinori, Dr. Perer Sperondio, Mr. John Donnelly, Jr. Everyone likes ro foke pot shots at the School Committee. Meeting ot least three or four times o month, the members of the school committee, who are not compensated, must cope with o variety of communities: They must sotisfy the taxpayers who sometimes act as if they feel that one con get $1.25 service for every $1 spent, and who agree that the committee has o right to estoblish priorities, os long as it ' s the priorities with which the comploinont agrees . . . They must satisfy the faculty, who understandably feel that educational decisions must be made by professionol educators only, and that every pro- gram is o socred one with unlimited resources, and that failure to provide for every need is a betrayal of on educational trust . . . They must satisfy the students, who regard them as conservative old has- beens, who were never students themselves, who can ' t understand why sometimes restrictions must be placed on students . . . These ore normal concerns for o school committee. During the post yeor, they hove been complicated by the fact that the taxpayers hove imposed o Prop 2V2 limit, that the economy is providing double-digit inflation, and fiscal autonomy has been lost. For keeping the schools operating in the foce of these negative restraints, for trying to satisfy and meet the needs of all in the best way they con, the 5TOTONIAN staff offers a special citation to the members of the School Committee. Central Administration Dr. John Murray Superintendent of Schools Mr. Paul Lecloire Supervisor of Ed. Services Dr. Guy Tordonico Coreed Ed. Project Director 30 Mr. Albert Twomey Administrative Assistonf to Superintendent GREETINGS ' GHTON SCHOOL COMMITTEE To The Class of 1982 In behaXf of the SCoughcon School CommitLee, I wish to congratulate the Class of 1982 on Che successful completion of your education in th Stoughton Public Schools. We also congratulate your families for the sacrifices made so that your graduation would become a reality. The School Committee hopes that your experiences here will provide you with Che necessary tools for your future plans whatever they may be. We wish you success and happiness in the years ahead. Sincerely, Peter Chairafan Stoughton School Comtttee HIGH SCHOOl TOWN OF STO( February 22, 1982 TO THE CLASS OP 1982: Graduationl The culmination of your years at Stoughton High School, May I wish you my warmest and sincerest congratulations on this wonderful occasion. Congratulations and thanks must also be extended to your family and the community for the sacrifices they have made and the support they have given to the high school on your behalf. As an ed ucational institution reflecting the needs of the community, we have tried through the curriculum to provide you with the necessary experiences to make you function as capable and caring citizens - one of which is that learning is a lifelong endeavor, I urge you to use this knowledge to strive for social, intellectual and moral excellence. Thank you for the many contributions your class has made to the Senior High School, both In the academic and athletic areas. May the joy you experience today continue in the days ahead. I hope the future rewards you with health, happiness and 3 ]cce3s. Sincerely, Dale F, LaVelle Principal Stoufthton HiKh School Dear Members of the Class of 1982: As Superintendent of Schools, T wish to extend to you my congratulations on the occasion of your graduation from Stoughton High School. T am looking forward, as I know you are, to the happy events of graduation week, during whi(-h Lime we will have the opportunity to extend our thanks to your parents and family who have given so much to make graduation night a reality. It will be a time for us to pause and to reflect upon how thankful we should be for the partnership they have shared with you and the schools in your socinl, spiritual, and educational development. The preparations they havt- made f nr you , enr iched by the educat ional opportunity afforded by the ' toughtnn Public Schools, is reflected in the mature vision you have for the years aliead. As your parents have guided you, so too have your teachers given much of their personal and professional training in order to prepare you for the world in wliich vou will live. The dedicated staff of the Stoughton Public Schools is very proud of you and 1 am justly proud of the work they have done. And so, on behalf of all the members of the Stoughton Public Schools, I take this opportunity to thank you for allowing us to bo your partners in the great undertaking: namely, your education. May T take this opportunity to thank you as a class for the great contribution you have made to the school system. To those individuals whom I had an opportunity to know on a personal level, may I thank you for the many kind- nesses extended to mc and members of my family. May the years ahead be filled with good health, happiness and success. Please come back to visit. You will always be welcome. Best of luck to all of you. Sincerely John c;. Murray, Ed D. ' ,y Superintendent or Schools 31 icaUon Seniors ore or o crossroads. Senior year is fhot special period when important decisions must be mode, but it is also a time to ride the crest of the wove, concluding this portion of o long educa- tionol process. Graduation sends seniors in new directions, facing new challenges, in new places. We wish to recognize and applaud the efforts of two in- dividuols who perform vital services during this special year. Mrs. Morfho MocNevin Mrs. Martha MacNevin . . . From her secrerariol posirion in the guidance office, Mortha does more to odvonce students ' col- lege oppiicotions thon ony other individuol. She types oil the transcripts and guidance recommendations, os well as the mid- year reports to colleges. Her obility to immediotely simplify the maze of course selections, standardized testing ond re- quirements has mode her invaluable over the years, and especially during the college application process. Mr. Sumner Topper Mr. Sumner Tapper ... Mr. Tapper does o very special service concerning this speciol yeor. He helps to save it. His expertise ond understanding enobles SH5 students to produce on exceptionol yeorbook, which preserves the faces ond thoughts of 1982. When seniors orrive in their new places in oil fields of endeovor, they con leaf through the poges of o yeorbook ond remember senior yeor. As odvisor to the yeorbook staff, Mr. Topper teoches all ospects of the production of the book and spends countless hours assisting stoff members in this pursuit. Both individuols ore worthy of our oppreciorion ond od- mirotion. Therefore, we jointly dedicate the 1982 Storo- nion to Mrs. Mortho MocNevin end Mr. Sumner Tapper. (Mrs. MocNevin and Mr. Topper were rhe two leoding nominations In o dedicotion survey completed by 5H5 seniors.) The People of Poland: because their bottle for freedom is on inspiration Mark Lewis ' ' 64 Novo: because the cor was a legend 1 Other Nominations Mrs. Cosserly end Miss Crimmins: because of rl time ond effort they devoted to the Class of ' 82 Beth Collins: because she ' s good looking The Boiler: because it gave me one of the most en- joyable school days of my life The grand entrance of " Senior Seoworld. " Kim Cotalono and Meg Schillinger moke the lobster ' bond. Senior Spirit Hail — " Senior Seoworld " The whole fishy ' crew. 82 - x t CLR5S 7— f . ' t: , ■ A list of decorofors. The cheerleoding mermaids. The rulers of " Senior Seoworld. ' Mike Alconodo helps Dionno DiCostro hong streamers. Chorlie the Tuna mokes o guest appearance. ED HOMER President MRS, MARY ANNE CA55ERLY " " " THE CLASS Advisor THE CLASS OF 1982: I hove enjoy, working with each of you both os your co- odvisor, with Miss Crlmmins, ond rhls year, os your odvisor. This rewording experience of working with you hos provided memories and friendships 1 will cherish for yeors to come. Thonk you for the cooperofion ond en- thusiasm ond for the time ond effort you hove exhibited, i om proud of the gools you hove ochieved and confident you will set new goals for eoch one you seek. Never lose sight of the fact rhot it ' s not the winning nor the profits that count, but what we leorn olong the woy. Best wishes for success and happiness os you teove SHS ond journey to new horizons. MARY ANNE CA5SERLY JAY EAGLES Vice President CLASS OF 1982 TO THE CLASS OF ' 82: Groduotion in June brings us to the end of on outstanding high school career os o doss. I feel rhot if there was not such close contoct and cooperation between the members of our doss and the odvisors, Mrs. Cosserly and Miss Crimmins, our activities would not hove been so successful. Much of our success has been due to the tireless work of Joy Eagles, vice-president; Julie Polvinen, secretory; and Ellen McCar- thy, four year treasurer; and most impor- tant, to the efforts of our entire Senior Closs Executive Board. I ' d also like to thonk the post closs of- ficers: Kim Cotalono, Chris Marino, Stephanie Welch, Berh Foster, Lori Kermon, Pot Dunne, and John Quottrucci. Thonk you. Seniors, for making my four years of SHS on unforgettable experience. Sincerely, ED HOMER MISS KATHLEEN CRIMMINS Advisor JULIE POLVINEN Secretory ELLEN McCarthy Treasurer During the first three years mot the doss of 1982 spent at Stoughton High School, Miss Kathleen Crimmins was one of our ad- visors. She never failed to give less than 100% of her time, effort, and friendship. Although she hos now token on other responsibilities, she hos continued to exhibit her supfxjrt of ond confidence In our class. We wish her happiness ond success olwoys In her future endeavors. At the some time we would like to thonk Mrs. Mary Anne Cosserly for picking up the reins as odvisor for our senior year. Without her devotion ond encourogemenr many of the memories we will take owoy from our final year or SHS would not hove been possible. For her fine contributions to our class, we will olwoys be grateful. Sincerely, OFFICERS OF THE CLASS OF 1982 36 EXECUTIVE BOARD: (Front) Gobi Scoft, Meg Schlllinger. (2nd) DeeDee Whyte, Beth Collins, Marie Giroux, Lynn Jockson, Stephanie Welch. (3rd) Debbie Connell, Peter Guimond, Mike Jackman, John Quotrucci, Robert Westbrooks, John Whirtington, Maureen O ' Donnell, Martha Myers. (Rear) Dione Storm, Darlene Introvesoto Eileen Wingrove, Potty Fedorowicz. Senior officers at the Sketti Supper. 4 look, we just serve If! (Ron Howes, Jean Sestlto) EXECUTIVE BOARD: (Front) Ellen McCarthy, Ed Honner. (2nd) JodI Davidson, Ann Bender, Michelle DeVeber, Pom Spock, Mrs. Mary Anne Casserly. (3rd) Jeff Blacker, David Stolow, Julie Shipps, Chris Spurr, Beth Hurley, Kothy Honiey, Jill Snyder, Chris Walsh. (Rear) Joan McGroth, MoryEllen Monn, Mouro McNomora, Lisa Clough, Liz Lyons, David Breen, Christine Marino, Mario Songiolo, Jane Day, Rob Scioletti, Bruce Dolinsky. They ' ve got the spirit! Pom Spock ond Lynne Jackson show their tolent in decorating the Spirit Holl. 37 JERROLD ABELOW TAMMY AGUIAR JIM ALEXANDER ANNA ARAUJO TAMMY A6UIAR Talkative, loud . . . Peeves: broken promises, backstabbers . . . Favorites: Foreigner, summer time. Cope, St. Colette ' s . . . " Psyched " . . . " No way " . . . Memories with Koren and Natalie, drive-ins, scrubbing bubbles, 10 28 81, 9 7 80, Miles Sfondish ... to go to college . . . thanks. Mom ond Dod. MICHAEL J. ALCONADA Mike . . . friendly, short, impatient . . . Peeve: A-4th lockers . . . Favorite: hockey . . . " You ' ll get over it " . . . Memories: hockey bus, sketti supper . . . to become o heoting-tech engineer . . . " Dummerl " JAMES W. ALEXANDER Jimmy A., Dimitrios . . . crazy, semi-confused, cute . . . Peeves: conceited people, worm beer . . . Favorites: Foreigner, snowmobiling, " Give me o breok, " " Everybody duck! " ... to own my own business . . . " the Spa " . . . Nooo Derkowitzzzi . . . Greece, Kerri 7 24 61 . . . thanks. Mom ond Dod ... I finally mode it! BEVERLY MARIE ANDREWS Dev . . . Peeve: Wilson Tunnel on o weekend . . . Fovorites: Heortbeof, Can ' t Let Go, " Come on, Fronk, " 9 4 81 . . . Memories: Golden Roys, compfires with Denise, Rosle ' s house, two yeors with Fronkie, parties in Han- son, basketball gomes ... to go to college ... all my love to Mom. ANNA ARAUJO Emotional, friendly, easy-going . . . Peeve: people who irritote me . . Favorites: Journey, Rolling Stones . . . Memories: special times with friends, those great parties, Summer of ' 81 of the Cope, dosses with Stephanie ond Tommy ... to become a cosmetologist and open own salon ... to travel and enjoy life. CHERIE AUSTIN Peeves: roiny weekends, woiting . . . Fovorites: Stones, Led Zeppelin . Memories: Summer of ' 79, Pinecrest, partying with the girls, concerts, weekends in Chorlestown with Mark, 2 20 79, 7 25 81 . . . Memories of Pot and Dove ... to be hopp . . . much love to Mark . . . " See Yo. " OSVALDO D. AVILA Ossie . . . quiet, dependoble, friendly . . . Peeves: snobs, liors, woiting Favorites: AC DC, ' Shoot to Thrill, " " What? " ... to go to college, be hoppy . . . Memories: summer of ' 61 with Goreft, typing with Anno, Chris and Dee. SHARON L. DAILEY Brood Squad . . . quiet, sensitive . . . Peeves: Sundays, The Dombler, pushy people . . . Lynyrd Skynyrd, Gimme Bock my Bullets, summertime, Chinese food . . . Memories: Rocky Point twice over, 10 28 81, 9 26 81 " He s o goof, " portying with Pinecrest, concerts with the girls, treasured memories of Pot . . . to travel. MICHAEL J. ALCONADA p: n BEVERLY ANDREWS CHERIE AUSTIN OSVALDO DANIEL AVILA SHARON BAILEY JEFFREY C. BANK EDWARD Y. BARRY DOROTHY BATES STEVEN J. BARBELL TIMOTHY J. BARKSDALE LORRAINE M. BAXTER JEFFREY CRAIG DANK Joffo, Geo, Mr. Innocence . . . absent-minded, fun-loving . . . Peeves: yellow cars, AM rodio, ties, jocks, Spo, flats . . . Memories: The Group, ' 81 Proms, tennis and Clorky, Goil 1 4 80, " Her Smilin ' Face, " J. Geils, The porty . . . col- lege and happiness . . . thanks to those who cored. STEVEN BARBELL Favorites: Devo, GoGos, Blondie, pizzo. Bud . . . Memories: Quebec trip, USY, internotionol Club, Shaw ' s, Sue, Denise, Kothy ... to go to University of Lowell, to be on electronics engineer. TIMOTHY J. BARKSDALE Tim . . . loud, mischievous . . . Peeves: jocks, disco, cigorettes . . . Favorites: winter, times with Denise, vocations . . . Memories: summer of ' 81, Chet, Kmiec ... to go into electronics . . . thanks. Mom and Dad; thonks, Nios. EDWARD Y. BARRY Teddy . . . talkative, friendly, orhleric . . . Peeves: phony people, Monday mornings . . . Tom Petty, Springsteen ... ' 69 Chevy with o 396, soccer, hockey, ski trip ' 81 . . . sophomore year, 3 7 81 . . . 6 8 81 ... to go to col- lege ond become rich. DOROTHY BATES Dottle . . . paranoid, hoppy, tolkotive . . . Peeves: waiting, blue lights, get- ting caught, " Dody " . . . Favorites: Neil Young, Bob Seger, 9 10 80, Journey, U-Houl 6 29 81, " Where were you the 26th? " Truth or Dore? . . . Deep Convos with Potti . . . Brendo ' s, Scusset, Summer ' 81 . . . Good times with Fred, " the gong " ... A career in art. KATHLEEN S. BAHLES Kothy . . . quiet, shy, friendly . . . Fovorites: spogherti, rollerskoting, moth, computers ... to go to college ... to hold on executive position in the com- puter field. PAULINE M. BEAUDOIN Poe . . . sensitive, moody . . . Peeve: 12 27 80, rebound relationships, year of ' 81 ... Winter Dance 1980, six years with Christine . . . Memories: 7 15 80, 8 12 80 . . . Thonks to a special friend who olwoys listens ... to find true happiness . . . thonks, Mom ond Dad. GREGG BASH KATHLEEN S. BAHLES PAULINE M. BEAUDOIN ANN M. BENDER MARGARUEHE M. BENDER SUZANNE BERGER RICHARD C. BERTRAM CRAIG A. BEZARRO ANN M, BENDER Annie . . . quiet, sometimes outgoing, athletic . . . Memories; hurdles, high- jump . . . Dozo and Wimpy . . . Cocobutt, track and gymnastics with Terrle, moop, Tijuana, prom 5 28 81, beach, special friends . . . Favorites: purple, skiing, 106 ... to go to art school, become successful. MARGARUEHE BENDER Melody . . . friendly, kind . . . Peeves: people who pick on others . . . Favorites: bowling, singing . . . Memories: understanding teachers ... to marry and possibly go to college. SUZANNE M. BERGER Sue . . . friendly, outgoing . . . Peeves: cliques. Pinky . . . Favorites: USY con- ventions. Cope Escape, concerts . . . Memories: Lil ' Knish, Saturday nights, " cuddley, " " two dozen roses, " Florida ' 82, good times with Rob, Mike and Di, " 76 " friendship to last forever, Riso, 6 24 80 . . . Love yo. Mom ond Dod. JAMES BERKOVITZ Berk . . . sensitive, rowdy, outgoing . . . Peeve: stuck-up, conceited jocks . . . Favorites: UFO, " Too Hot Too Handle, " hockey, ' Reunited, ' " That ' s Prime " . . . Jimmy ' s house 10 79, Geil s concert 7 26 80 ... to go to college, study meteorology. RICHARD C. BERTRAM Rich . . . sarcastic . . . Peeves: working on Saturdays, waiting . . . Favorites: fishing. The Doors, Lynyrd Skynyrd, The 88 . . . Memories: the Cope . . . No. 6 ... to go to college and become successful. KEVIN BETTS Betsy . . . unpredlaoble . . . Peeves: ouch! holt, busted . . . Favorites: Foot- ball 1-4, AC DC, Doors, Motown Madman, Michs, Gold Wing . . . Plons: Stote Police Academy . . . Cruisin ' with the man. Von Rides, Dirty Dozen, G-Girls, good times with friends, rides on the bike . . . Thanks, Mo and Dad for nor killing me! CRAIG A. BEZARRO Lazy, stubborn, quiet . . . Peeves: no gomes on Sunday Favorites: Skynyrd, The Who, Neil Young, " The Circle " . . ... to go to college. . . bornocles . . . Phantom letters PETER S. BISHOP Bish . . . quiet, friendly . . . Peeves: wires, loud mouths . . . Fovorites: freshmon footboll, hockey, baseboll, woter skiing, AC DC . . . Memories: Still waters run deep, beaching down the Cope, cruisin ' in the bug . . . " Don ' t get mod, get even " ... to be successful . . . thanks. Mom ond Dod. i JAMES BERKOWITZ KEVIN M. BEHS PETER S. BISHOP 40 JAMES F. BOWMAN JEFFREY 5. BLACKER Jeff . . . eosy-going . . . Peeves: A-4rh, Pinky, phony people, " the com- puter ' s jammed " . . . Fovorites: pizza ond french fries, " onyways, " Pot, Foreigner, Doobles . . . engineering . . . USY . . . SHIC . . . Cope Escope ' 80, spring conventions ' 79 and ' 80, " Dobo, " breokfost with Sue, New Year ' s ' 80 and ' 81, New York, Florida ' 82 . . . Love, Mom ond Dad. PHILIP DLAHUT Phil . . . friendly, talkative, rowdy . . . Peeves: cliques, jocks . . . Favorites: Deotles, pizza, rocquetboll ... to become on accountant . . . Memories: SpQ, Birthdoy Party . . . Rosy . . . junior year fight, D-hour commons. JIM BLANKENSHIP Bo . . . Tall, slim, dork, friendly, hord-working . . . Pink Floyd, pizza, footboll. Bachelor Living ... to go to college, study engineering. GLENN D. BLYE Animal . . . sociable, happy . . . Peeves: roiny doys . . . Fovorites: Bob Seger, " Turn the Poge, " Chinese focxJ . . . Memories; 3 7 61 ... to spend the future with Lourie . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. DINA L. BOGHOSIAN Dee . . . quiet, sensitive . . . Peeves: two-faced people, " peanut " . . . Fovorites: Journey, Led Zeppelin, Air Supply . . . Memories: fun times with Michelle, Paulo, Kris, and Melisso, Summer of ' 81 with Billy, Cape Cod, Non- tasket Beach, parties . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. PAUL scon BONNEY Very shy, sensitive . . . Peeve: New York Yankees , . . Favorites: AC DC, Beatles, Moody Blues, Red Sox, Celtics ... " If you go carrying pictures of Chairman Moo, you ' re not going to make it with anyone, anyhow " . . . Memories: ELO concert. LINDA F. BOTSIAN Lin . . . sensitive, moody, quiet . . . Peeves: cliques, buboloo . . . Favorites: Bob Seger, " Lady, " The Kinks . . . Memories: swim teom, ei ei fish, " Where ' s the beach? " Bobby 7 12 80, " Jamie come home! " , V-street, Spearmint . . . to be successful . . . thonks to family ond friends. DONNA RENE BOUCHER Dee, The Broad Squod . . . moody, sensitive, tolkotive . . . Peeves: worm beer, Tina rushing me . . . Favorites: Rush, Seger, " Turn the Poge, " " I don ' t need you " . . . " To live it up! " . . . 7 30 81, 2 7 81, 10 28 81, Mo ' s bashes, Roxies, Dad, Pot, Wolshie ' s room . . . thanks. Mom ond Dod. JAMES F. BOWMAN III Jim . . . quiet . . . Peeve: my sister . . . Fovorites: camping, fishing ... to go to technical school, be a mechonic . . . Bond . . . glod to leave. CHRISTINE M. BOYD Chris . . . friendly, sensitive . . . Peeve: prejudiced people . . . Fovorites: Seger, Billy Squier, AC DC, " Lady, " ice cream, Podldle . . . Memories: The gong, " The wee, " 9 17, 9 18, Fronk, Russ, Roberto, Karen, CVS, C-hour commons ... to go to college . . . thanks. Mom, Dad and friends . . . love yo. PAUL 5. BONNEY DONNA RENEE BOUCHER CHRISTINE M. BOYD Ia 41 scon BRADLEY VINCENT DRANCACCIO IDALIA BRAZAO DAVID JOHN DREEN JAYNA L. DRODSKY KATHERINE A. BRYANT VINCENT BlUNCACCIO Vinny . . . weird, crozy . . . Peeves: ISS, worm beers . . . Favorites: Hertdrix, Seger, Stones, Aerosmith . . . Memories: Florida ' 80, New Hampshire ' 81, coming in lore, Walsh ' s shop, going our for lunch ... to be independent. IDALIA BRAZAO Dee . . . dependoble, friendly, outgoing, crazy . . . Peeve: two-foced peo- ple . . . Favorites: Kinks, Tango, ' On the Rood Again " . . . Kinks concert with Doreen, New York next exit, porties . . . working with Billy, hoppy ond crozy times with Doreen ond Poulo, Dee ... to travel, thonks for being there. Buddies. . . " Later " DAVID JOHN BREEN Dove, " Mr. Neutro! " . . . ambitious, friendly, easy-going . . . Peeves: drunk drivers, ulcers, attitudes . . . Fovorites: Student Council, Woshington D C. ond Bermuda . . . found at o meeting . . . Memories: Superglue, " Friendship, " " Bick ' s, " Jr Prom, Blue Hills, Cope, Boston . . . " If it was meant to be " . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. HOWARD A BREZNER Meeko . . . crazy, mischievous Peeve; Mode-losing . . Favorites: The Cors, boseboll, the group . . . Memories: ' 73 Buick, Summer of ' 81, Golden Slumbers, Skybuzzord bites the dust, Beoch, 5 19 81, Pumpkin roily ... to be lost in the lond of Oz . . . College-bound . . . olwoys to be happy. JAYNA L BRODSKY Joy . . crazy, talkative, flaky . . Peeves: Gym, mornings Mr Mojo Risin ' , the Stones, the Munchies, " oh nol, " bond, 2 16 80, the Bonny, chocolote . . " wooden ships, " good times, greot friends . . . You ' re the best, Jo . . . Love to Mom and Dad . . " I did it! " KATHLEEN M. BRYAN Kothy, Brownies . . . quiet, friendly, sensitive . Peeve: two-faced people . . . Favorites: track. Journey . . The wee, " Where ' s the beach? ' the rock, bumpidy lockers, phantom typist, Koren, friends forever. Wolter, 7 24 61 to go to college, be with Walt . . Thanks, Mom and Dad KATHERINE A. BRYANT Kothy . . Peeves: 8 to 2, busted . 5 18 81, Westport 1 30 81. 10 12 81, The weekend . The Stones . . summer of ' 81, Wolfeboro, salads, Stoyoc . . . New Hampshire-bound . Thanks, Mom ond Dad. MARC WAYNE BUSBY Buzzo . . quiet, friendly, suave, cute . . Peeve: prejudiced people . . . Gop and Zap (bond) Rick Jomes, lobster, football . . to become a commer- ciol ortist, to be rich . . . Memories: B-hour shop doss with the guys, parties with my friends . . . Thanks, Mom ond Dod. HOWARD A. BREZNER KATHLEEN M, BRYAN MARC W. BUSBY 42 CYNTHIA CADDELL PAULINE E. CAPOZZOLI BRUCE A. CAIN PAUL A. CALLANAN RODIN LYNN CARTER Cindy . CYNTHIA CADDELL Fovorires: Anne Murroy, " Snow Bird. " PAUL A. CALLANAN Col . . . friendly, talkative . . . Peeves: The Leg, friends who reolly aren ' t, los- ing ... Fovorites: Mich, AC DC, Seger, " Turn the Page, " footboll . . . Mennories: The Rock, summer of 79, the Spo, " The Great Escape ... to be happy and successful. PAULINE E. CAPPOZZOLI Coppo, Joppo, Zzoli . . . sensitive . . . Peeves: nothing to do, foke people . . . Fovorites: Seger, Towne, Yicko, Cho, Amn, Yeses ... to open a day-core center, be hoppy . . . Memories: Good times with Jane, 5 3 80, F aceoroma, the Fort, The Pocer, Jock of Spodes, No-Doz, T-Dird, Westgote Lanes all nighto, over Vol ' s . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. KRISTINE CARDONE Kris . . . quiet, friendly, sensitive . . . Peeve: people who pretend to be what they aren ' t . . . Favorites: Stones, Kinks, Italian food, " Life ' s Rough, " ... to get married, establish o good career . . . Junior Prom, 10 21 80, donees . . . Thanks, Mol and the Gong, You ' re oil great . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, I love you. LAURIE CARROLL Friendly, smiling . . . Peeve: roiny weekends . . . Favorites: four-wheeling, summer. New Hampshire, Morshfield, Doors, Pink Floyd, B2nd, partying . . . Memories: 7 13 79, Deon, Kinks concert ' 79, good times with Dean, friends and Leonne. CANDACE JEAN CATALANO Candy . . . friendly, tolkotive, happy, loves to be with people . . . Peeves: diets, going to bed of night, homework . . . Favorites: Beatles, Neil Dia- mond, " Jazz Singer, " pizzo, baseball, " I don ' t know! " . . . Memories: going to socials, bowling, dances, " loved school " . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, Sheree, and Joy. KRISTINE MARIE CARDONE LINDA J. CARROLL CANDACE JEAN CATALANO 43 KIMBEF LY M. CATALANO DIANE M. CHAMDERLIN WARD D. CLIFFORD DAVID COCCHI KIMBERLY CATALANO Kim . . . excellent driver, slightly flighty . . . seventeen years Julie, summer 80, custord pie, drive-ins, 6 1 79, field hockey, good times . . . " free spirit, " Falmouth Heights, skiing, sailing ... no problem, " Where ' s Jean? " , volet porkers ... to be a marine biologist and leorn to hong glide . . . thonks. Mom ond Dod. DIANE CHAMDERLIN Di . . . Impotlent . . . Peeves: friends who aren ' t, " T " . . . skiing, parties. Stones, " Wild Horses " friends forever . . . Dor, MIk, Lyn ' s, Lee s, 6 5 81, 10 17 81 cupiding with MIk, Lee . . . calming Kim down. Lee ' s swim, Noog ' s driving . . . who parked the cor? . . . Dreams. RHONDA CLARK Brood Squad . . . impatient, understanding . . . Peeves: worm beers, broken promises . . . Favorites: Seger, The Doors ... to be hoppy . . . California- bound . . . Memories: Summer of ' 80, Conton Pits, Rocky Point twice over, Connecticut, 2 7 81, 6 19 81, B2nd basement, best memories with Pot . . . Thanks, Mom, Dad, Gus. WARD DOUGLAS CLIFFORD Friendly, quiet, eosy-going . . . Peeves: interruptions, homework . . . Favorites: Invoslon, " Sweet Emotion, " " Von Holen, " A Fairmont . . Memories: Gong Show ' 80, Bottle of the Bonds, 9 28 81, Linda, Poul, Scott, and Joe ... to moke it In music . . . Thonks, Mom and Dod. LISA JANE CLOUGH Moose, Cheddo, Trocky . . . Talkative, crazy, daring . . . swimming, frock, Allogosh, Jr. Prom, Captoin with Jodi, Florido ' 81, Fellowship, Scours, " women, " skiing with Mauro, Awesome, voluptuous, Bucko ... To be a forest ranger . . . The Moose is loose. DAVID A. COCCHI Coach . . . unprediaoble, late . . . iozy . . . Peeves: woking up in the morn- ing, ignorant people, 4 1 81, blondes, Neil Young, Led Zeppelin, no more alarms . . . plons to find a good coreer, 5 14 81, Seger concert . . . " Glad it s over. " CRAIG COHEN Crazy . . . toll, quiet, dependable . . . Peeves: term papers, essoys . . . Favorites: Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, pizzo, footboll . . . " What ' s up? " Memories: Wrestling, ELO and Cheop Trick concerts, Tuesdays of my junior year ... to be rich and powerful. ELIZABETH COLLINS Beth . . . talkative, happy, spoiled . . . best of times spent with Rich. 6 14 80, my baby, birdie, flip flops, bubbles, " Turn the Page, " waiter Greg . . . pumpkin snotchers, " Hi Stu! " , Morshfield, Convos with Liso . . . I love yo, Mom and Dod. DEBORA ANN CONNELL Debbie . . . short, friendly, sensitive . . . Peeves: cliques, snobs . . Favorites: " Freebird, " " Stairway to Heaven, " " Shining Star " . . . Memories: drill teom. Student Council, Girl Scours, summer of ' 80, special campers . . . lots of love and thanks to family ond friends. LISA JANE CLOUGH CRAIG COHEN DEBBIE CONNELL JODI R. DAVIDSON JUDY DeAGUIAR MICHELLE E. DeVEDER LISA ANN DAVIS WENDELL DAVISON JODI R. DAVIDSON Jode, Hodi, Jo . . . crazy, friendly, ocrive . . swim team, woter-skiing, " Yipee Skipee, " D C. trip wirh Show Choir, Eogon Parties, " Dragon, " coptain with Cheddo, " Alright! " Comp, Tobe, Bickford ' s, buc bucs, awesome, volup- tuous, ' 81 proms with Andy, " Lorer borer, " " ski yc " . . . Love and thanks to Mo, Dod, and Bonnie. LISA ANN DAVIS Dovis . . . tolkotive, friendly . . . Peeve: muddy hills . . . Joe 3 23 60 . . . Memories: the vineyard 8 29 81, our field, Jr. Prom, skiing. Pot ' s peak, the Nooke, Red Cooch, Chicken, the truck end the hoy field, potties or the Cope ... to become o hairdresser. JANE ANN DAY Jonie . . . crozy, spirited, ofhietic, stubborn . . . Peeves; moth, the system . track, drill teom, " Dandy, " " Fly Baby Gilly, Fly, " " Feelings, " Memorial Days ot the beoch, choking at the stotes, Turtle Club . . . Love ond thanks to Mom, Dod, ond brothers. JUDY DeAGUIAR Clever, easy going, dreomer . . . Peeve: ignoront people . . . " Freebird, " Journey . " Please don ' t go, " Chinese food . . . special memories with someone speciol . . 2 14 81 . . . good times, Tango, Riunite . . dances, potties . . . to be oil I con be! MAWA DeASCENSAO Rosy . . . emotionol, rowdy . . Peeve: Jocks . . " Still, " " How Cliche " . . . D-hour commons, Philip . friends. Fovorites: Rolling Stones, . Special thanks to oil my LISA A. DEMUSZ Rocky . . . loud, tolkotive, curious . . Peeve: Friday nights during football season . . . Favorites: Bruce Springsteen, Jockson Browne . . . " Let ' s chot, " in- cognito, " Think about it " . . . Lots of love to Kevin . . . ' Freebird, " fun times with greot friends, dancing, Sogomore Beach . . . thanks ond love. Mom, Dod ond fomily. MICHELLE E. DeVEBER Shelly . . . friendly, sensitive . . . my sweet sixteen surprise . Tab . . roses ... 0 ten-yeor componion, my III ' sis . . . proms . junior year . Ke ' s par- ties . . . pink lemonode, summer of ' 81 ... Halloween weekend ' 81 ... forever my someone speciol . . . unusual friendships, broken promises . . . unforgettoble memoties . . . love yo. Mom ond Dod. LOUISE A DiBENEDinO Lou . . . vicious, moody, smiley . . . Peeve: cigarettes . . . Favorites: The Who, Led Zeppelin . . . good times in work with Brod, Tim, Deb and Dennis . . . special thanks to my brother-in-law, Joel, and to my Uncle Donold. JANE ANN DAY MARIA DeASCENSAO LIS . DEMUSZ LOUISE A. DiBENEDinO 47 DIANNA A. DiCASTRO KAREN DiGLORIA BILL DINDY JIM DiSTEFANO MICHAEL DOUCEHE DIANNA A. DiCASTRO Di, Big D . . . friendly, rolkotive, gullible . . . Peeve: people who srorr ro soy things and don ' r finish . . . good times with the gong, York beoch, " Silly, " In- cognito, Jr. Closs Trip, gymnastics, lunch, rainbows, " Shooting Targets " . . . to go to college, be hoppy . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. KAREN M. DiGLORIA Sorcostic, creotlve, single . . . Peeve: back-stabbers . . . Stones, Whot ' s up? New Hompshire . . . roinbows, strutter, goof . . . yaooooh!!! . . . cords, Lite ... to go to college, be rich, marry a " 10, " live it up . . . good times with friends, love to fomily. JIM F. DiSTEFANO Slim . . . eosy-going . . . Peeves: 11 7 78, 4 1 81 . . . Favorites; Neil Young, oil foods, Heineken ... to move out to Florida ond be incredibly rich . . . found at Vol ' s . . . remember the sleeze. BRUCE DOLINSKY Wilbur . . . sorcostic . . . Peeve: phonies . . . Favorites: Kinks, J. Gells, " Love Stinks, " plzzo, science, " You shouldo seen " . . . The Who, The Great Pump- kin Roily ... to go to college ond become successful. KEVIN C. DONNELLY Kev, Deocon . . . Friendly, aggressive, orgumentotive . . . Peeves: The donee, losing . . . Fovorites: Seger, AC DC, football, " easy, " " for what? " Michelob, " the Dirty Dozen, " The night we rode, spa, von rides, mooning the cops, the swim at Detts . . . Plans: business odministration, to be the boss. MICHAEL S. DOUCEnE DeuCQ . . . friendly, eosy-going . . . Peeve: Ignorant people . . . Favorites: basketball, boseboll, skiing . . . Memories: 11 8 flO, Lisa, Good times with my friends ... to be o plumber. RONALD PAUL DOWGOS Ron . . . Peeves: cops, disco, punk rock . . . Fovorites: rock-n-roll, dockfights, potties, four yeors of shop . . . special thanks to Mr. Sorno. KEVIN C. DONNELLY RON DOWGOS JANE M. DOYLE STEVEN W. DOYLE CHARLES F. DREI5T JR. RUSSELL F. DRISCOLL BRIHA EISENBERGER JANE DOYLE Athletic, crazy, impatient . . . Peeves: waiting, Mondoy mornings . . . B-boll, Seger, sl iing . . . bosl etboll ' 79 with Beth, 7 18 81, summer ' 81, concerts, " Bozode, " good rimes with friends . . . to be happy. RUSSELL F. DRISCOLL Russ . . . quiet, friendly . . . Peeves: cliques, phonies . . . drive-ins ond the cors . . . found with Fronk and Steve . . . What? . . . Where ' s the Doritos . . . " It wos Different! " PATRICK JOSEPH DUNNE Pot, Block . . . friendly, forgetful . . . Skynyrd, Geils, " Loylo " . . . The Beoch, 10 1 79, The " 88, " trock, at the Spa, " 6 " ... to be healthy ond hoppy. KATHLEEN M. DUROSS Kathy . . . funloving . . . Peeves: selling out, jocks . . . Memories: cruising with Bessie, Donnie forever . . . treosure friendship with Barb and Sue . . . thanks to friends I ' ll never forget. JAY E. EAGLES Joy, Zeus . . . friendly, determined, conscientious . . . Peeves: homework, conformists, ' the Canton 9 ' . . . Favorites: pepperoni pizzo ond Mountain Dew, running with my teammotes, ' The X-Men, ' Halloween ' . . Memories: spring trock championship ' 80, cross country tri-champs ' 80, matinees with Dob ... to be heolthy ond hoppy. DUARTE M. EDUARDO Duey . . . wild, moody, friendly . . . Peeves: Mr. Cullen ' s sessions, getting up for school, warm brew (in o con) . . . Favorites: Block Sabbath, Journey, Van Holen, peanut butter and jelly, " Where ' s the party " . . . Mac, partying with Alindo, Brad, Jeff, Billy, Dennis, and all other buddies, Cid and Mr. Mosc oto ... to marry a rich woman . . . thanks. Mom ond Dad. DRinA EISENBERGER Out-spoken, friendly, good-natured . . . Peeves: people who olwoys soy " I know " . . . Favorites: Led Zeppelin, The Cars, " Leaving on o Jet Plane, " " Wayfaring Stranger " . . . rumcake with strowberries, bosketboll ond soc- cer, psychology . . . " So how do you like it? " . . to study medicine . . " My exchange-experience in the USA. " KATHY DUROSS DUARTE M. EDUARDO ALVARINA MARIA ESCOBAR MICHAEL ESKHOLME MICHAEL FAHY KIM M. FALLON PAMELA FARRELL PATRICIA L. FEDOROWICZ MICHAEL FAHY Mike . . . dynamic, aggressive, officer marerial . . . Peeves: class rank 1-46 . . . Favorites: Bod Company, AC DC, cry havoc, ler slip the dogs of war . . . Memories: one Halloween night . . . ro go fo college, the world of aerospace. JEANNE FALANDYS Friendly, impatient . . . Peeve: ignorance . . . the librory , . . Styx, Kansos . . . " Forever in Dluejeons " . . . 2 11 80, Forever Greg . . . ro be happy. KIM MARIE FALLON Whody, Whootie . . . crozy . . . Peeves: 8:09-2:09, too much homework, Stoughton High . . . Favorites: Rush, Tom Sawyer, smell yo, gymnastics . . . Memories: the gong, Paul ' s Cadillac, Susie (sister). Bozo . . . hanging around with the club, staying with the unforgettobles. DANIEL R. FALVEY Don . . . Peeve: homework . . . Favorites: Rolling Stones, Doors, Led Zep- pelin . . . Memory: Ken ' s party . . . Future: tool and die machinist. PAMELA JEAN FARRELL Pom . . . smiley, friendly, flirtotious, sincere . . . Peeves: cliques, people judg- ing others . . . What? Yeah! Wow! . . . " You ' ve got a friend " . . . Borrington Bunny, Search 141, Junior Prom, Scusset, Washington DC, bond, jazz bond. Student Council, advisory board . . . Thanks, Mr. C.-, love yo. Mom and Dad! Thanks to my ' special ' friends! PATRICIA L. FEDOROWIQ Potty . . . moody, spirited, sensitive . . . Peeves: cor trouble, losogno . . . Favorites: cheering with Steph, tuna cosserole, rainbows, soiling, Gloria, Robin . . . Memories: growing up with Frank and Bobby, Patriots camp, Comoro 12 12 80 . . . Sweet 16th 5 1 80 . . . always More 6 X 80 ... to be successful, rich, keep dancing ... I love you, Mom and Dad, forever. RICHARD C. FERGUS JR. Ferg . . . quiet, friendly, unpredictable . . . Peeves: cor, prejudiced people, losing . . . Pink Floyd, so rough, so tough, " What!? " ... to ploy college foot- ball, be on orchitea . . . the dirty dozen, the night we rode, the Spa, speeding. Von Rides . . . Love yo. Mom ond Dod. JEANNE FALANDYS J0r YVONNE FARRELL RICHARD C. FERGUS JR 50 MARIE T. FITZPATRICK STANLEY J. FORTIER NATALIE M. FINE Nor . . . rolkorive, emorionol, compulsive . . . Favorites: The Doors, " break on through, " " Tom Sawyer, " gymnostics, typing . . " You know what I mean, " " no way " . . . scrubbing bubbles, drive-ins, arcades with Dee Dee, memories with Tommy, Debbie, Robin, Archie ' s senior prom ... to be a meteorologist . . . Thonks, Mom ond Dod, Dee my favorite person. F ISA E. FISHER Ris . . . friendly, sensitive . . . Peeve: cliques . . Memories: Cope Escape, Winter Cornivol . . . four dozen roses, candy ond o ring, " Bread, " CVS, sunsets on the beach . . . Florida ' 82 . ' 76 to lost forever, good times with Su, Di, and Em, New Yeor ' s ' 80, 1 18 80, Steven . . . love yo. Mom and Dad. MARIE FITZPATRICK Fitz . . . always happy Favorites: rainbows. Snoopy, Search 144, Jimmy Turner . . . Memories: junior prom, Goddord Hospital, Spanish III . much love and thanks to family and friends ... to go to Ireland in summer of ' 82 . . . " It ' s been o reol experience. " SUE FITZPATRICK Little Ed . . dozed . . . ham, knees, swamps, cruisin ' with Bessie, ' seriously Sue? " , dragon, 2:00 a.m., raccoons, horizons, 5 1 81, Heff ' s, cookies, Bolster, Bene . . . thanks Mom, Dad, Aunt Mary. DEIRDRE ANNE FOLEY Dee . . . hyper, looney, rambunaious . . . Peeve: Led Zeppelin, Search, 143, Monday nights, talks with Donno, " Lunotic Fringe, " dewo " . . . 7 4 61, Foreigner, The born. Loss, the Deweed- PETER FOLEY Moody, sarcastic . . . Peeve: Bel Air . . . Favorites: Rolling Stones (I can ' t get no) " Satisfaction " . . . Memories: 1980 cross country team, to go to school, to be rich ond happy. STANLEY J. FORTIER Ston . . . smart, athletic . Peeves: show-offs, hot shots baseball, bosketboll . to go to college and be on engineer. Favorites: BETH ANN FOSTER Loud, funny . . . Favorites: Seger, James Taylor 3 7 81 . . . Chatham with Moe, 10 31 81, bothrooms with Pot, who needs a chaser? best times with Patty, Gina. Grace, Lisa, Cheri . . . thonks, Mom and Dad . . . Frogs Forever. SUE FITZPATRICK PETER FOLEY BETH A. FOSTER 51 FRANK W. FOSTER PAUL A. FOUNTAIN DONNA FOWLER RICHARD F. FRANCESCHI ALAN D. FREEDMAN KEITH ANTHONY GALIZIO FRANK WALTER FOSTER Benjimon . . . Peeve: click phones . . . Favorites: Von Holen, AC DC, hockey, soccer, baseball . . . " Nobody listens to me! " . . . " Weekend in New England " . . . Memories: Fridoy night drive-ins, winter track meets . . . Col- lege and then Canada. PAUL A. FOUNTAIN Friendly . . . Fovorites: Neil Young, hockey, " the room " . . . Memories: rimes with Linda . . . junior prom, hockey 2 79, 10 14 80-81, 6 6 79 ... to morry Linda and ploy hockey. DONNA M. FOWLER Sensitive, quiet, friendly . . . Peeves: cliques, studs . . . drill team, " Always ond Forever, " pizza, " brothers, " Richard ... Jr. Prom, 3 25 81, summer of 81, grovel pits . . . college-bound . . . thanks. Mom, " Bucko " and friends. LOUIE FRANCIOSO Lou, Loudmouth . . . Peeve: seeds . . . Favorites: Zeppelin, portying . . . " Come on, Mr. Cullen, give me o breok " . . . Plans: Air Force space cadet . . . Bermudo . . . The five year plan stinks. ALAN D. FREEDMAN Big AL . . . quiet, crazy, athletic . . . Peeve: homework . Favorites: Foreigner, losogno, golfing at Ponk . . . " awesome " . Plans: occounting ond computer science . . . " Working or McDonolds " . Golf tourney 6 25 81 . . . What?, Yeah. ALISON BETH GABRIEL " There ore pieces I remember oil my life, though some hove changed Some forever, not for better, some hove gone ond some remoin. All these pieces hod their moments with lovers and friends I still con recoil Some ore dead and some ore living, in my life . . . I ' ve loved them all. " (John Lennon) KEITH ANTHONY GALIZIO Loud, sarcastic, oggressive . . . Peeves: phonies, Budweiser. subs, hockey before school . . . Favorites: hockey, soccer . . . Memories: the dirty dozen, night we rode, cruisin ' with the men, the Spo, the G-girls, ski trip, summer of ' 81, von rides, good times never forgotten . . thanks. Mom and Dad SUSAN GALLAGHER Susie, Sue . . . Fromitighom with Chrissy . . . Peeve: selling our . . . Cruising with Bessie . . . " Seriously Sue? " . . . Stoyoc with 99 . . Birthdays . . . The Chose . . . Cleptomonio . Gog . Veteron Driver — 12 12 60 . . . College-bound . thonks. Mom and Dad ALISON GABRIEL 1 SUSAN GALLAGHER MICHELLE GILLIS LOP.RIE JILL GLOV5KY LISA GAMBRAZZIO Clumsy, gullible, easy-going . Peeves: sticky floors, getting up in the morning . . . Favorites: " Wishing on o Stor, " 4 24 81, good times in Boston, Summer of ' 81 . . to travel and be hoppy . . . Love you. Mo and Dod I love you, Scott. KEITH S. GERSIN Friendly, eosy-going, quiet . . . Peeves: Mondoy mornings, boredom, loud chewers, busy signals . . . Favorites: Beatles, " Imagine, " losogno Memories: Florida, Scusset, good times with Croig, Steve, Lorry, Andy ... to go to college and be married. LOUIS GHELFI Tony . Peeve: fokes . . . Fovorites: unidentified flying object, Italian food, " Believe Me " . . . Memories: oll-nighters, concerts, Shouno ' s party. Rocky Point twice . . . Graphic Arts, Ann . . . Plons: history major. WILLIAM ALLEN GIBBS Gibbsey . . Peeves: dregs, onti-cliquists who form cliques . . . Brubeck, Chris- tian, Jimi, Clapton . . . Country Girl, All the Young Dudes . . . Creeping Terror, Flintstone Mania . More Power to Music, Woshington DC, The Chill, Ron, Don, and all those enchanting Stoughton belles (Missy and the Sues to nome o few) ... to go further musically. MICHELLE A. GILLIS Michelle . friendly, happy, unpredictable . . Peeves: McDonald ' s, Bob . . Favorites: Foreigner, Led Zeppelin, " Black Dog, " AC DC, pizza. M6M ' s . . . " Fine, be that way " . . . weekends with Petie and Lok, Riverdole Skore- o-thon 12 hours . . . Boston, Duxbury 6 26 81, Cope and Plymouth ... to be happy . . . thanks. Folks MAP,IE ELIZABETH GIROUX Re, Re Ro . . . friendly, talkative, moody . . . Peeve: stories . " dirtbog, " " loser, " " awesome " . . . flying with Sheryl, " Hey Porchl " , Schiff-muriclecure, Riunite and hotdogs, the girls, ortistic bobies . . . pumpkin snofchers . . . 5 15 Boomer — special memories, best of times . . . 5 27 81, 11 28 81, Summer of ' 81, " watch it " . . . thanks, Mr. B., love yo. Dad. LORRIE JILL GLOVSKY Lor . . . friendly, talkative . . . Peeve: phony people " Oy Lorrie, " " American Womon " . . . " Hong it on the woll, " large and silly, cope escape, open the window, my first and lost party. Summer of ' 81, all my cousins, my twin sisters, good times with Ellen, Debbie, Julie, Smita . . . col- lege, career, success thonks, folks ANNA GOMES Friendly, stubborn, emotional . . Peeve: two-faced people . . Manny ' s brother, " words, " " Alwoys and Forever, " " Jonsinho-Cobrol, " Chinese food, America ' s cloms. Summer of ' 80, ' 81, 10 6 81, 8 14 81 ... to travel, work . . . love to Mom and friends. WILLIAM GIBBS MARIE ELIZABETH GIROUX Hi ANNA M. GOMES 53 DANA ANDREW GOMES DAVID W. GOMES GOREH GONSALVES i ANN IXODEI TA GOULSTON X PETEI [ . GUIMOND DANA ANDREW GOMES Tiger, Danish . . outgoing, funny, crazy Peeve: prejudiced mole chauvinists . Fovorites: Eorfh Wind ond Fire, lobster, " A person is o person regardless of race, color, religion, " Gong Show, Lewis ond Clork Expedition, memories of teachers, prom with Rito . thonks. Mom ond Dod! DAVID WAYNE GOMES Outspoken, crazy, good-natured, confused, laughable, clown prejudiced ond ignoront people . . . Psychology . . uncertain Prom . . close friends. Peeves: . . Senior GORETT GONSALVES Friendly, hoppy, wonting the best in life . Peeve: people who interfere Dob Seger, " Turn the Poge, " " Whot? " . . . greor times with the gong to be o medical ossistont, travel, enjoy life being with my friends ANNE R GOULSTON Annie rodicol, crozy, outgoing Peeves curfews, roiny days The Doors, " Backdoor Man, " " Break on Throw, " Stones, " Sympothy for the Devil, ■ Stevie Nicks " Sooo Congenial " good times with Kevin, 8 15 80 memories of John . thanks to fomily ond friends STEPHANIE GOUVALARIS Steph . . friendly, tolkotive, flirtatious Peeve: roin Favorites seven years with Donna, Seger ' 80 . . comfortably numb . Doors, Stones thonks Te " I ' m cute, remember? " . 7 81 Pot B2nd . letters from Mork good times with great friends love to my fomily. MARC GREENSPOON Spoon easy-going, friendly Peev es: interruptions, non-blinkers Favorites bosketboll, trock. Foreigner, Chinese food Memories Les s woter, popcorn, Hueby ' s hot, the tide, times with Morie. the group ... to go to college, be successful PETER R GUIMOND Geeko, Pedro fun-loving, friendly Peeves Friendly ' s, the Spa, MODE college-bound Doors, Stones, Beotles . . Honk! . " The Impolo " " Bock Door Mon " . . Summer of ' 81 with the Group. ANDREW MASON GUSS Deou-Guss talkative, perplexed, crazy . . Peeves: ' Frozzlel " , Red Sox, " Wet Willie " Favorites: The Beatles, " Let if be, " baseball, N Y Yonkees . . . " Paul is Dead " " Whot ' Yeah " ' Diego, donde esto la Hove? " . Memories: prom, school musicol, my first fire drill . . college, coreer, success STEPHANIE GOUVALAWS MARC D. GREENSPOON ANDREW M. GUSS 54 LINDA J. GUSTAFSON KATHLE EN E. HANLEY MARK L. HARDING MARY ANN HARKIN5 1 DEIDRE A. HARLOW HEIDI SUZANN HEDERLING LINDA J. GUSTAFSON Lin . . . hopeful, quier, crozy, understanding, determined . . . Peeves: snobs, phonies, Mondays, chemistry . . . football, roch n ' roll, " If there ' s a will, there ' s a way! " . . . beaches, pizza, movies, laughter, " moke the best of it " . . . " The Bridge, " " Terror Troin, ' Shaw ' s 10 27 81, " cor lights " ... to become o medical secretory. KATHLEEN E HANLEY Kathy, Koth, Coss . . individuol, indecisive, sincere . . distinguishing the few true friends omong many acquaintances . . meeting new people . . . insanity . . . the bonk robbery . . . forever o little kid . . . long talks, heod for the mountains ... to remain happy. MARK L HARDING Buck . . . quiet, shy, easy-going . . . Peeves: people with no class, sprints . . . Rick James, Super Freak, Burger King . . . footboll, Fridoy night meetings . . . Track 23.8 . . almost quorterbock . . . Julie 10 15 61, two touchdowns 10 10 61, 36 . . . Spa, B311 . . . Missy, Karen, Lisa ... to be happy. Navy-bound. MARY ANN HARKIN5 Mares, Modio, Wendy . . . moody, quiet . . . Peeves: Bockohocko, my days at Moc ' s . . . Wendy ' s, Pot Benotor, Sfiondo, me and Elaine ' s shoulders. DEIDRE A. HARLOW Dee, DAN . . . friendly, flirtatious, emorionol . . Peeves: school, two-faced people . . Molson, puppies, telephone calls. Kinks, Plymouth, Drive-ins Memories: Tony (6 13 80), Junior Prom, 6 22 60, good times with Avo to Q good ond close friend, Neil . . Plans: to be with Gory and graduate from SH5 . . . love and thanks to Mom. ROBERTA A. HARRELL Bert . . . shy, moody, lazy . . . Peeve: rude people, two-foced people . . . Favorites: AC DC, Pot Benotor, Styx, football, pizza, moth, weee ... to get morried and hove two children . . Memories: D. W. Field Pork . . . thanks. Mom and Dad, I love you both . . . 9 21 61 Sully ' s bus ride to school. HEIDI S. HEBERLING Held, Bookend . . caring, friendly, lore . . . Peeves: time limits, deadlines, saying good-bye . . . Favorites: the Cope, soiling, spaghetti dinner 1 23 79, losogno, Julie, eyes, softboll 5, 6, 7, Nasty and Cid, the moped Gookin . . . " September Morn, " Mondoy Night football . . . skiing, skimobiling . . . " Moms ond Dods " . . . college, nursing. JOANNE F. HENDRY Impotient, friendly, understonding . . . Peeve: crocking knuckles . . . whip- ped cream, Neil Young, southern man, skiing, times with Babe Ruth chorocters . . . 3 6 61, 3 15 61, 5 15 81, Pine Crest, 6 13 81, 7 2 81, 7 4 81 . . . Foreigner with Chris . . . Plons: to travel and marry money . . . We ' ll oil moke it. KATHLEEN M. HILL Kothy . . . sensitive, quiet . . . Peeves: 6:00 to 2:09, rainy nights . . . Memories: pizza, softboll, Lite, Drive-ln, great times with Kenny, Phil, Adrienne, 2 6 60 . . plons to trovel, morry Kenny . . . thonks. Mom and Dad . . . bye, Karen. RAMONA C. HILL Mono . . . quiet, friendly . . . Peeves: saying good-bye, rainy nights . . Bob Motley, " Don ' t Worry, " marching bond, Conton Thanksgiving, New York, Jamoico Dene, " 1981 Monte Carlo " . go to college, accounting . thanks. Mom. ROBERTA A. HARREI .L JOANNE F. HENDRY RAMONA C. HILL JOHN G. HINCHUFFE DANIEL C. HOLTZMAN EDWARD HALLET HOMER LISA HORN TIMOTHY N. HOWE GINA MARIE HUDSON JOHN G HINCHLIFFE Lerch, Thorn . . . Peeve; getting up for work ond school . . . Favorites: Led Zeppelin, Von Holen, " Running with the Devil, " Heart, " Tell It Like It Is, " Billy Squire, 11 Top, Pot Denotar, " Hell Is for Children, " Nontosket with Julie, Kim, and the Gong ... to become o mechanic ... oil my love to Julie. DANIEL C. HOLTZMAN Holtzy . . . studious, outgoing . . . Peeves. " What? yeoh!! " , " Grill on one! " . . . Foreigner, " Waiting for o Girl Like You " . . . nights ot Mac ' s . . . undefeated trock chomps ' 80, 6 18 81 . . . special friends, Martha, Debbie, Bern . . . best times spent with Dionne. EDWARD H. HOMER Ed . . . friendly, versatile, nervous, understanding . . Peeves: pressure, pre- judice, graveyard at Shaw ' s, the goodyeor tattoo, playing guord . . . Memories: football, the greot escape, the lights, greet times with my bud- dy, 12 17 80 ot Losoilette, 5 14 81, 8 15 81, Funk, Roosevelt, 100%, Lo-Lo . . . . ' jlie, I ' ll always be there. LISA ANN HORN Doors " Love Her Madly, " Beatles, Tilly, Mich not Bud, horses. Von Holen 7 25, Kinks 9 29 . . . good times with Renee . . Peeves: running out of gas, remembering names and foces . . . Summer of ' 80 and ' 81, Florido and the Cape . . . college and study medicine . thanks to friends and fomily. TIMOTHY N, HOWE Tim . . . Peeve: squash . . Fovorite: Graphic Arts Softball, getting into ttouble with Steven hockey, Fridoy nights. RONALD L HOWES Rollo . . . quiet, easy-going . . Peeves: Ignoront people, 8 a m . . Favorites: Earth Wind and Fire, Zop Bond, Chinese food . . , commons . . to move to California and be successful . sports . , Memories: The night the van rode . . . 2 17 79 . . . junior prom with Stephanie . Summer ' 79 in Californio . . hanging out with David and Dona thanks. Mo and Dad DAWN MARIE HUDSON Gullible, ambitious . . . Peeves: waiting, saying good-bye, 9 13 81. change in oirlines 9 14 81 . . . Favorites: journey in U-Haul 8 29 81, " Who ' s crying now, " parties at Brendo ' s, 10 27 79, Orleans Beoch 9 12 61, Dennisport 7 6 81, key chains . . . Memories: special friends . . to get married, be hap- py, good career ... all my love to Gene . , thanks. Mom. GINA MARIE HUDSON Gullible, sensitive, friendly . . Peeves: liors, foke people, woiting Favorites: Seger, Neil Young, Geils, gymnastics . . Memories: California ' 79, Florida ' 80 and ' 81, best times with Lindo, Pot, Beth, Grace, Cheri . ' The Dodge " . , . " Always and Forever " . . . much love to Gory . . . love yo. Mom and Dad. ELIZABETH A HURLEY Beth . . . Cruisin ' with Bessie . , . Drill team. Yell, confetti, the pool, wonder- woman, singing, guilt trips, the boot. Drive-ins . . . 12 12 . relotives, mug- gers . . . Westport 5 15 81 . . Monday night football, decoder hat 1 30 81 . . . special times with special friends , , thanks. Mom and Dad. RONALD L. HOWES DAWN HUDSON ELIZABETH HURLEY 56 MARK KEV IN HURLEY KAREN A. HVOSLOF STEVEN D. INDECK LORI K. INTERRANTE DEBRA IRELAND MARK KEVIN HURLEY Squirrelly . . . friendly, outgoing, unusual . . . Peeve: flat tire 12 11 61 Memories: movies. General and Dick ' s, Wesfgofe Lanes, Blue Hills P.M , Foneuil Hall, Spa, The Cars, Woshingron DC, Jazz Fesrivol, Turtle Club, Pip- pin, Cross-Country, The Gong ' . . . " Could you imagine? " . thonks every one! PAUL HUTCHINSON Hutch . . . outgoing . . . jumpy, impatient . . Peeves: stupid people, dumb jokes, loud-mouthed girls . . . " Everybody wonts somel " The Beatles, Von Holen, footboll . . . To become o professional drummer . . . first place " Inva- sion " in Dottle of the Donds . . . The Trans Am, Lisa, Scott, Word, and Tom Foxx, " Cousin Suzie. " Koren . . . crazy, moody Way! " . . . Weekends . . . Foreigner ... to be happy KAREN A. HVOSLOF . . . Peeve: getting up in the morning . . . " No speciol memories . . . thonks. Rick . . . Journey, . . . 9 9 76 . . . " John, I love you. ' STEVEN D. INDECK Quiet, friendly . . . Peeve: onswering o question with o question . . . Fovorires: trucks and motorcycles . . . four-wheeling, tubing and booting . . . " kosher pickle, " Cope Escape, " Alwoys leoving, " truck driving . . . New Year ' s ' 80, 1 18 61 . . . Many memories with Riso. STEPHANIE D. INGRAM Steph . . . friendly, loud, well-dressed . Peeve: people rhot irritote me . . . " snop shot, " " Fire and Desire " . . . Chinese food, chocolote . . . to be o lawyer and fashion designer . . . good times with friends, 5 14 81 . . . Anno, Jeone, library . . . thanks. Mother. LORI KAY INTERRANTE ' Notolly Tormol, " crazy, backwards . . . Peeve: prank phone colls . . . Doston, " I con dig it, " " Knights in White Satin " . . Summer of ' 81 (WOW), ice skofing on Friday nights . . " I looove Track! " . . . plons to hove o party after graduation . . . I ' ll never forget Michoel. DARLENE INTRAVESATO Lozy, impotient . . . Peeves: Monday morning talk, work , . . Springsteen, skiing . . " bozode, " incognito, Mr. Piggy. Spo . . Home-Ec ' 78- ' 79, Paulo ' s bosh, 7 18 61, " K " party, 10 11 81, Onset, Summer of ' 81 . . College and be happy . . . thanks. Mom, Dad, and friends. DEDDIE IRELAND Deb . . hoppy, sensitive . Peeve: waiting . . . Favorites: rainbows, the Thunderbird, " Lady, " " Endless Love " ... to always be happy . . . Memories: 3 26 61, crones on Soturdoys, mornings with Sondi, woterskiing, rollerskoting . . oil the good times with my close friends . . . thanks. Mom and Dod MICHAEL PATRICK JACKMAN Mike . . . friendly, high-spirited . . . Peeves: the incredibles, McDonald ' s . . . Cope, camping. Blue Hills, " I ' m neutral, " AP with Mr. H., ploys and musicols, " the gong, " Dob and Smiro, junior prom with Pris . " Frazzled! " thanks. Mom and Dod, fomily and friends. STEPHANIE D. INGRAM DARLENE T. INTRAVESATO MICHAEL JACKMAN 57 LYNNE E. JACKSON PAULA K. JAGIELLO SMITA JAIN TONI MARIE JARDINE ROBERT JOHNSON ELIZABETH JUSKEWICZ LYNNE E. JACKSON Lynnie . . . happy, toll, sentimenrol . . . " Jewel " . . . Peeves: no rime . . Favorites: curls, smiles 108 runes, volupruous, ocean, " Cry " . . . Memories: Cope-bound, juicy rolks with Pom, porty with Donna, Pom, and Sis, beach with Steph . . . Nono Moine . . . love ond cherish Mom, Dod, and family. PAULA K. JAGIELLO Talkative, friendly, olwoys smiling . . . " Peochy " . . . Peeves: cliques, snob- by people . . . Memories: International Club, Germony ' 79, Scusset Beach ' 81 . . . special times with special friends . . . Much love and mony thanks to family and friends ... I love you. Mom and Dad. SmA JAIN Smut . . . flirtotious, easy-going, tolkotive . . . Peeves: users, liars . . . Favorites: REO Speedwogon, Journey, Foreigner, Pot Benotor . . . Memories: sights, G-hour, " methyl envy, " AP with Mr. H., good friends . . . ' Okay, fine, " " Am I smeared? " ... to be happy . . . thanks, everyone. TONI MARIE JARDINE Chocolate chip . . . crazy, unprediaoble . . . Peeves: Wilson Tunnel on o Fri- doy night, ignorant people . . . Favorites: " Lady, " memories of ' 78, Mourice Star " Baby Come On, " " Heart Beat, " sugar honey ice Tea ... to become a legol secretory . . . love yo. Ma. ANNE MARIE JAY Zickling, Land, Henry . . . Peeve: missing Generol . . . Favorite: the island, green, the born, the kingswoy, the kids . . . college, to be happy . . . Memories: the Halloween party, cookie thief, o certain farmer, E-hour study, second lunch, attendance office, good friends and good memories. ROBERT JOHNSON Easy-going . . . Peeves: Shows, mode . . . Favorites: Kinks, Foreigner . . . " honk, " " such a deal " . . . " no problem " . . . Spa, the group . . . Chevelle . . . " Gutless Cutlass " . . . Buzzard ' s finol flight. Summer of ' 81, Cindy ... to go to college and enjoy life. MARK E. JORDAN Beochboll . . . crozy, stubborn, never serious . . . Peeves: rugs, sporkles . . . Favorites: potties at the Cope, wrestling, skiing, AC DC, Foreigner . . . freshman football, great times with Maura, Jr. Prom, caps, Yorkshire Bulls, Chorlie Norton ... to go to college, become o pilot. MARK JORDAN STEVE KANE PAULA E. KARAVETSOS MICHAEL KEANE MICHELLE J. KEENAN YVONNE M. KELLUM JAMES P. KELLY RICHARD KILDAY VICKI MARIE KINAN PAULA E KARAVETS05 Athletic, impatient . . . Peeve: ignorant people . . . Favorites: bosketboi! . . " bozode, " " Spa bound " . . . Jimmy 6 6 81 . . . Memories: K porty 10 11 81, Onset, Korry ' s Parties, good times with friends ... to go to college and be hoppy . . . thanks, Mom and Dad. MICHAEL T. KEANE Lazy, semi-quiet, sorcostic . . . Peeves: school, indecisions . . . Fovorites: " To the Jungle " . . . Memories: sleepin ' on beoch. Vineyard ' 81, Susan . . Take it " easy. " MICHELLE J. KEENAN The Ausfrolion bronch of SHS . . . gone for o yeor " down under " forgotten . . . bock in time to groduore with old friends. bur not YVONNE M. KELLUM Dunzie . . . sensitive, quiet . . . Peeves: liars, bockstobbers . Favorites: Reo Speedwogon, " In your letter, " Italian food, all sports, English . . . Friday night with Robyn, Laura, Terri, Bob ond Candy ... to work with people. JAMES P. KELLY Jim . . . Peeves: swamps, pizza . . . Favorites: Mic Lites, " Juke Box Hero " . . " Only Kidding, " Ibid, Idem ... J. Geils, The Kinks, Foreigner, The Spa . . . seen with Paulo 6 6 81 .. . The Final Flight of the Buzzard . . . junior prom . . . college-bound . . . think so! . . . thonks. Mom ond Dad. LOW 5UEKERMAN Sensitive, sweet, sentimental . . . memories of Pa, Grondpo and Kelly . . . Daddy ' s little girl, " of course, " Talks with Min and Jen, 6 21 81, " My Endless Love, " " so much " . . . forever with Scott, much heolth and hoppiness to my fomily ... I love you always. Mom ond Dod. F ICHAF D E. KILDAY Rich . . . friendly, quiet, moody . Peeves: fakes, moth with Donna . . . 2 5-2 7, summer of ' 81 . . . responsibilities ond Bob R, . . . to go to college ond be hoppy. . . junior prom family, friends VICKI M. KINAN Gullible, sensitive, optimistic . . . Peeves: repeating myself, waiting, busy signals . . . Fovorites: Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, " Teach Your Children, " " Whofto Queer, " Budweiser ... to become rich . . . Babe Ruth . . . fun times with Stella and Deb . . . love to Mike to live life to the fullest. DANNY KING King . . . quiet, sociable, optimistic . . . Peeves: cigorettes, waiting . . . Favorites: Tubes, Little Feet, Neil Young, Heineken, " oh well " . to be young ond rich . . 8 2 81, 10 31 81, North Adams, The Cope ' 81 LORI SUE KERMAN THOMAS C. KILLGOAR DANIEL T. KING EDWAI D {K. KUNDROT JANET M. LANGEVIN KALVIS D. KIRSI5 BETSY CHERYL KLAYMAN MARIA L. LARIVEE DETSY CHERYL KLAYMAN Bets , , sincere, artistic, cheerful . . . Peeves: false friends, waking up in the morning . . . Favorites: " Stairwoy to Heaven, " Air Supply, tennis . . . Memories: Cope trip, condy-striping . . . Plons: to go to college . . thanks, Poulo. COLLEEN D. KLIM Col, Sweet Life friendly, tolkotive . Peeve: 7:59 a.m. . . . " Always and Forever, " " Oh No, " seven yeors with Moe, camping with Morth, cherished friendship with Fotimo. rollerskoting with Deb, Spo, snowball fight, 12 31 81, Kwim, Peanut MGMs, Cloddough ring 5 21 80 ... 8th of the 8th .. . love to family. LISA THERE5E LoCASSE Talkative, sensitive, impotient . . Peeves: busy signals, late people, spiders . . Favorites: Seger, Springsteen, Itolions, Neil Young Memories: Cerfoin mishoppening ot J. Geils, two in o package . . To become finonciolly secure Best of luck to Gino, Mo, Missy, Potti, Beth All my love to Mom and Dod. JANET M LANGEVIN Jon . impatient, sensitive, moody . Peeve: The five-yeor plan . . . Memories: weekends, the Spanish forts. Voter Street, " Bunkie, " cough- burp-cough-spif . Favorites: music, friendships, " Drop-dead " thanks for putting up with me Mo, I love yo. MAWA LOUISE LAWVEE Loose Lips . funny, crazy, tolkotive Peeve: history . , Memories: Winter Donee. Prom, Internotionol Club, lunch, football gomes, bond room in the morning . . . Favorites: Nathan, " Cute, " " I wont Teddy! " ... to become a secretory . . . love to Nothon and friends. PAUL L. LeBLANC Fozzy, Pablo, Armondo , , insone, friendly chills " Greetings, Forth Creatures! " Music-Band, Jozz Choir drumming, rock bond, Jozz Combo, competitions, holftime, Sf offord, Woshington-bound CB Buick 455 . . thanks and good luck to my friends . . . zone. LISA T. LACASSE PAUL L. LeBLANC 60 I LENORA C. LEONARD SHERYL L. LEOPARDI DANIEL J. LE5SA LENORA C. LEONARD Emorionol, sensitive . . . Peeves: Ignorant, unemotionol people . . . Fovorltes: Commodores end Slave, " Snapstiot " by Slave, " C ' est lo vie! " . . . Memories: Pops Concert 1961, coming to SHS for my first doy as a sophomore ... to go to college and become o psychologist. SHERYL L. LEOPARDI Porchi . . . moody, wise, sensitive . . . Peeve: waiting . . . Memories: five years with Mis, cruising with Marie, Riunite and hotdogs, " oye, " Styx ' 80 . . . pumpkin snotchers . . . special memories with Mike, 10 19 61 ... to be mar- ried and happy with Mike . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. DANIEL J. LE55A Dan . . . quiet, friendly . . . Peeve: phony people . . . found with Dori, 9 11 60, 10 29 60 . . . Favorites: Styx, Von Holen, " Keep on Lovin ' You " . . . Memories: Cape with Dori, the prom, " chevelle, " Barb ' s porties, Roxies Gang ... to get married and be rich. MARK EDWARD LEWIS Lewy . . . easy-going, unpredictable, crazy . . . Peeve: lies . . . Favorites: Zeppelin II, AC DC, wrestling, Michelob, Georgie ' s stock, " the doo, " spo . . . " whatever " . . . the dirty dozen, von rides 6 19 81, my ' 64 Novo ... to lead the life of rock- ' n-roll . . . thanks. Mom and Dod. KAREN A. LIAKNICKAS Koka-Chichi, Black sneokers . . . quiet, sensitive, hoppy . . . Peeves: two- foced people, grills . . . Fovorites: Journey, M6M ' s, track, duckies, " c ' mooon, I just woke uuup, " Kevin, 3 16, 5 14, Kothy, friends forever . . . to go to school, be with Kevin . . . love ya. Mom and Dad. CHRIS LINDSAY Skippy . . . honest, gullible . . . Peeves: down computers, " Rocky " . . . " She doesn ' t know what she ' s talking about, " playing (not smoking) the bone . . . Washington trip, Stafford . . . computer science major, minor in in- strumental music . . . thonks. Mom and Dod. LISA M. LORING Lee . . . friendly, sensitive, crozy . . . Peeve: gossip . . . Favorites: Led Zep- pelin, " Teenage Wostelond, " " Freebird, " " What ' s Up " . . . travel, college and success . . . Memories: Canada ' 79, comping, Indian Rock, swimming, tennis . . . love to Mom . . . thonks . . . good luck. Ski. DIANNE M. LOni Blister sister . . . friendly, cheerful . . . Peeve: brown-noses . . . animal health technology . . . drill team, Taunton Christmas porode 1980, Bug Drills . . . Ann and Louro, Mr. C . . . Saturday mornings . . . Where has it gone! . . . thanks Mom, Dod, and friends. LISA M. LORING DIANNE M. LOTTI I 61 TIMOTHY LYONS MALCOLM G. MoclNNES DONALD B. LUCE KARYN E. LUPPINO ELIZABETH A. LYONS KAREN E. LUPPINO Quiet, friendly . . . Peeve: ignorant people . . . Favorites: AC DC, food, " Soy whot, " " Freebird, " " Plymouth " . . . Plans: to be happy . . to my nieces ond nephews. Italian . Love ELIZABETH A. LYONS Liz . . . gullible, happy, sensitive . . . Peeves: ending, Friendly ' s . . . Fovorites: Foreigner, " Always and Forever, " Peanut M6M ' s, ' Guess What? " . . . Memories: camping, the Cope with Moe, 11 14 61 . . . Memories with Tim ... to go to college and be hoppy . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. TIMOTHY D. LYONS Tim . . . friendly, funny, good listener . . . Peeves: rumors and blind dotes . . . Favorites: The Who, " The Kids ore Alright " . . . plans to attend college, mo- jor in engineering . . . Memories of summers ot the Cope, Blue Hills Country Club, 72 Dodge, bond 9-12 . . . Honor Society . . . MENSA . . . love yo, Mo and Dad . . . good luck, Lisa. DARCY MARIE MACDONALD Eosy-going, athletic, sociable . . . Peeves: friends who oren ' t . . . Memories: New Hampshire 9 17-9 22 with Ann . . . Summer of ' 81 with Ann ond Liz . . . Sophomore geometry with Julie . . . Foreigner 10 28 . . . Favorites: basket- ball, field hockey ' 81 . . . footboll ofter proctice to go to college, be hap- py and successful ... oil my thonks and love to Mom, Dod, and fomlly. MALCOLM MoclNNES MqI . . . sensitive, moody . . . Peeves: rots and mornings . . . " Bur I wont to go to school " . . . great times with good friends, ploying the numbers, Duf- fy, chopper, meditating In the Rover . . . bog of Jello. DONALD E. MAHONEY Don . . . Impotlent, dependable, stubborn . . . Peeves: snobs, broces . . . " Gimme o breok " . . . The Loop with Sue, Algebro I, Deor Abby, 8 6 81- 8 13 81, Conoes, purple shoes, D311, " Being In the right place or the right time " . . . quite o flight, 5 23 61 ... to go to college and travel. DARCY M. MocDONALD DONALD E. MAHONEY ANN M. MALINOWSKI NEIL H. MALTMAN KENNY MALINOWSKI JOHN E. MALONEY MICHAEL P. MANNING ANN M. MALINOWSKI Friendly, othlefic . . . " Relox " . . . Peeve: being bored . . . Favorites: guitar, field hockey, mountoins, Jane Oliver, Chicago, tuna sub . . . Memories; field hockey 79, " Still, " 1980 Punk Party, " Punkets, " Four Musketeers, good times with friends . . . love to Gram ond family. JOHN EDWARD MALONEY Jock, Joeko . . . noisy, mellov . . . Peeves: Roxies, Mode, getting pinned . . . Foreigner " Jukebox Hero " . . . wrestling, baseball . . . " wrong " . . . " HONK! " ... to become on engineer . . . good times with Pot . . . " The Group " . . .junior prom . . . 11 15 80 . . thonks. Mom and Dad. NEIL H. MALTMAN Molty . . . Nuts . . . Peeve: " Schyusters " . . . Favorites: Doors, Neil Young, Small Block ' s 327 . . . full cooler, good times . . . Dirty Dozen, Mopor Mosher ... St. Potrick ' s Doy ' 81, Fish ond Gome . . . " 67 chevy. " ROSS V. MALTMAN Rosco . . . gone, let the good times roll . . . Peeves: school days, cor trouble, Mellon ' s cellar . . . Favorites: Zeppelin, Stones, Little Magic Dug . . . Memories: Fish and Gome, 2 81, junior year, AV, Commons, skipping ... to kick bock at 35 forever. STEVEN M. MANKAVECH Monk, Steve . . . friendly, usually quiet, unpredictable . . . Peeve: false friends . . . Romones, Kinks " Around the Dial, " " Polish Power, " Marine Corps . . 9 30 81 ... to be successful. MARY ELLEN MANN Mare, Missy . . . sensitive, friendly, caring . . . Peeve: untrustworthy people . . . 9 28 80, " Howaiion Experience, " the Spo, 1 1-2 81, " my knee, " " the wilderness, " Summer of ' 81 with close friends. The Darn Dash . . . Maine ond Robert . . . Lee . . . special thanks and lots of love to Mom and Dad ... to fulfill all my dreams! MICHAEL MANNING Mike . . . easy-going, determined, never gives up . . Peeve: getting up in the morning . . Florida ' 81, Neil Young, Rolling Stones . . to go to college P.OS5 V. MALTMAN MARY ELLEN MANN 63 It f CHRISTINE ELIZABETH MARINO GARY MARVELLE MICHAEL R. MASON ROBERT C. MAYO MICHELLE McANNENY ELLEN M. McCarthy CHRISTINE ELIZABETH MARINO Chris . . . friendly, flirtorlous, sensitive ... " oh geez, " frosting fights with Jean, proms and winter donees, special yeors with Mark, 1 21 79, it ' s 46, six years with Pauline, memories of Borderlond pork, " that spaghetti dinner, " 9 31 61 ... to be successful ond happy forever . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. GARY MARVELLE Peeves: no heot, air-conditioned rooms in the winter booting, Cope Cod, Jone. food, fishing. BOD MAYO Rob . . . Peeve: narrow minds . . , Favorites: Heavy Metol Music . . . Itolion food . . . Technicol Drawing . . " There ain ' t no way " ... To find o " real " cor, to travel and be successful . . . co ncerts at the Orpheum Theoter, Hun- ting Imports . . . The All-Nighter. ALISON M. McBRIDE Al . . . shy, quiet . . . Peeve: phonies . , . " Look what you ' ve done to me, " " Precious ond Few " . . . Memories: 9 20 80, weekends in New Hampshire, prom night ... oil my love to Mom, Dad, ond Dove. ELLEN M. McCarthy McCorth . . . friendly, sensitive, crozy . , . Peeve: people who don ' t core . . . James Taylor 7 1 81, thonks Mr. B., the Cope , . Long walks with Mo . . . Mory Ellen ' s Hawoiion Experience, eight years with Morio . . . " Love ond thanks to a special someone, " o cure for dioberes, Stoyoc with 88 . . treasures family ond friends . . . to go to college. WILLIAM E. MAYO ALISON McDRIDE JOHN A. McCarthy 64 ROBERT F. McGOVERN STEPHANIE A. McGOWAN DARLENE M. McKAIN KAREN E. McCarthy Mac . . . short, friendly, sensitive . . . " loter-much " , , . " Bite My Heod Off! " . . , Peeve: cliques . . . concerts, lovey bubbles , , , 7 19 81 Scott . . . Florido and Maine . , , to be a nurse and tioppy , , " It ' s been real " DONNA McFADYEN Mouth, Dobe . . - crazy, rowdy, confusing , , , Peeves: " disappointed, " deci- sions, lost contact , , , Favorites: I don ' t need you, or-r-r, the gongs , . . Rocky Point, crazy times with crazy friends, bathroom windows , , Memories: col- lected memories, my sisters, block roses , love and luck to oil, especially little Climo and Yorna, 1 17 60 . . . miss ya! ROBERT F. McGOVERN JR. " Glooy " . . . Honest, dependoble, enthusiastic . . . Peeve: Budweiser . . , Favorites: Rolling Stones, " Sympathy for the Devil, " Doors " Bock Door Man, " hockey team victories, steps at Kimbell, Block Sabbath concert ' 80 ... to go to college, ROTC . . . thonks. Mom and Dad. STEPHANIE A McGOWAN " Stuff " . somewhot noisy, lazy . . Peeves: Phil, snobs . . . Favorites: Bee Gees, " Turn the Poge, " " Who ' s cryin ' now " . . . " Wanna go to the Mall? " . . . thanks, everyone. JOAN M. McGRATH Joonie , . . sorcostic, serious, funny . . . Peeves: sophomore year, shooting torgets . Fovorites: field hockey, beoting Canton, white water rafting, comping. Junior Class Trip, LOSER . . . Memories: two inches with Julie , . . " I ' ont know eter! " ... six yeors with Mouro, Kermie with Dionno . . . " It ' s not even funny! " . . . college and hoppiness LYNNE M. McGRATH Ske, Lynnske . . . determined, sensitive, friendly . . Peeves: talkers, woifing . . . Pot Benoror, Block Sabbath 8 79 with Lee, 6 9 79 memories of Lee . . . Korote, thanks and love to Shock ... to get a Bronco, keep Porshley Reolty going . . . thanks and love to Mom. Quiet, friendly " Endless love, ' people. DARLENE M. McKAIN . . Peeves: snobs, liors, bock-stabbers . . . Favorites: friends. Family Living ond Child Development ... to help other DENISE F. McKAIN Giggles . . . friendly, short, noisy . . . Peeves: bock stobbers, liors, two-foced people . . . Favorites: " My endless love, " " Always and Forever, " " whotever, " " Soy What! " . . . parties, teachers, twins ... to live a good life, trovel, help other people. JOAN MARIE McGRATH DENISE McKAIN 65 DAVID R. McLELLAN PAULA McNALLY JAMES M. McNAMARA MAURA M. McNAMARA ELLEN M. MIKULEC A. IN MARK R. MINIUni DAVID R. McLELLAN The one and only, Arthur . . . crazy, laughing, moody . . . Peeve: public display of offection . . . Favorites: parties, down the Cope, water-skiing, wrestling, APP with Moe, home room with Mouro, Joon, Ellen . . . Cruising in the bug . . . to go to college. PAULA McNALLY- Friendly, crozy . . . Peeve: People who can t be themselves . . . B-boll, CYO ski trips, cheering parties, cheering with ' Rio, Bob V., " All in the fomily, " 6 15 60, good times with Sue, My BEST buddy, " Alwoys is not Forever! " , Grad ' 81 ... I love you, Mom ond Dad. JAMES M. McNAMAF ,A Mac . . . friendly, easy-going . . . Peeves: proms, hockey coaches . . . Fovorifes: soccer, skiing, cope parties. Foreigner . . . " Yeah right " ... to go to college, be happy . . . The Born Bosh. MAURA MAWE McNAMARA Talkative, carefree, always loughing . . . Peeve: shooting targets . . . " LOSER " . . . lunch, ' 81, " incognito " . . . Memories: field hockey, our Canton win, skiing, Mark 5 4 81, good times with Joon, Di ond friends. Foreigner, homeroom with Dovid ... to go to college ond be happy . . . thonks. Mom ond Dad. ELLEN M. MIKULEC Nin . . . quiet with crazy friends . , . Peeves: Commons, cheap people . . . Favorites: AC DC, Foreigner, " bock in five minutes, " " that ' s profound " . . . Summer of ' 61, Boston on Fridays ... to go into business. LISA ANNE MILANO Lee . . . hyper, moody . . . Peeve: traffic, " I ' ll hondle it, " " It ' s A Groove " . . . Fovorites: lilacs, roses, Boston, smiles, ski-trips, windy doys, Rocky Memories: the pool, good times with good friends, " Tokin ' you down, " four of us lost winter, Di ' s shortcuts, Riverview, cupiding. Gory . . . thanks to fami- ly ond friends. MARK R. MINIUni Nute . . . quiet, gullible . . . Peeve: Boy State Rock . . . Favorites: Morrison, " The End, " Strange Days ... If the doors of perception were cleansed, Man would truly see things as they ore . . . Infinite . . . Memories: wrestling yeors . . . Plons: Air Force. NANCY J. MOAN Nance . . . quiet, sensitive, happy . . . Peeve: cliques . . , Chinese food. Led Zep, Journey, Yes . . . twelve years of friendship with Chiy, laughing ... To Allison, " I ' m here " ... " I gotta lose weight " . . . Memories: Glen Echo, 4 12 79, 12 22 79 with someone special, nights at the studio . . . low school . . . love to Mom ond Dod. ANTONIO E. MENDONCA LISA ANN MILANO NANCY JANE MOAN RODIN M. MOKRISKY LINDA A. MOODY MICHELLE ELAINE MOORE KEVIN J. MORI ARTY DOROTHY M. MORRI5SEY NANCY M. MULHERN RODIN M. MOKRISKY Tolkorive, friendly, senfimenrol . . . Peeves: decisions, lonely people, Oc- tober, history . . . Favorites: grondmo, grondpo, mom, beeches, summer of ' 78, Styx, drive-ins ' 78, my old Trons-om, 7 10 80 ... to be married, job or the health spa . . fun rimes with Sheryl, Lori, Potty ... to always be v ith Howie. LINDA A. MOODY Friendly, sensitive, crazy . . Peeve: friends who aren ' t . . . Favorites: Stones, junior prom, 6 6 79, neighborhood, friends, the best of . . . Paul, 10 14 80- 81, treasured memories of a special someone, bosketboll. Summer of ' 78, " us 6, " the beach, rhe rock, thanks Noog . . . thanks. Mom . . college, be happy . . . love to Mike, Mom, and Dad MICHELLE ELAINE MOORE Missy . . . gullible, friendly, sensitive . . . Peeve: Liars . . . James Taylor, oye, basketball, daisy, runt, " yo-well, " Pors wirh Moe, 5 1 81, much love to Steven, Summer of ' 81, folks wirh Sho, Scusset, water moccosin cove, ' the poems, the tears, rhe laughs and the beers " mush . . . pizza, stormin ' Nor- min . . . Thanks, Mom and Vin. KEVIN MORIARTY Monk . . . friendly, moody, quiet . . . Peeves: Michelob labels, phonies . . Favorites: foofboll, slow linebackers, " The Wagon, " Looking for a good time, Aerosmith, Lisa 2 19 80, The Cape, the windshield, the field trip ... to be happy. LAURIE J. MORRIS Moody, friendly, sensitive . . . Peeves: the frizzles, work, waiting . . . camp- ing with Nancilla, Elmer Fudd . . . found with Chipper 11 30 79, lunch with Julie and Annie . . . " Yo Right " . . . talks with Eliza . . . to be o secretory . . . thonks, Hun and Louie. DOROTHY M. MORRISSEY Dot . . . moody, sorcostic, loud . . . Styx in concert, o Scusset sunrise, Ralph, junior prom, Grod night ' 81, the collection . . " Dare me " . . . cops, the Can- ton Pool, 6 12 81 . . . Peeves: lights out, bockstobbers . . . " " yeohhh " . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. PAMELA MARIE MULCAHY Pom . . . easy-going, sensitive, crozy, gullible, talkotive Peeve: people who think they ' re better than everyone else . . " yesterday, today, tomor- row, forever! " . . . Von Holen, Speedwogon, Led Zeppelin . . . Psychology, French . . . good luck to all my friends . . . special thanks to Joe, Billy, Mom, Mac. NANCY M MULHERN Nonce . . happy, friendly, rolkarive . . . Peeves: getting caught, bockstob- bers, spins . . . Favorites: Dob Seger, Neil Young, " Are you serious, " " Do it, I dare yOu, " 5 22 ' 81 Jeff . Memories: Collection, Loconio wirh Dot, comp- ing with Laurie, Canton pool. All-nighter at Scusset ... to be happy ond successful. MICHAEL MULLANEY Mike . . . confident, friendly . . . Peeves: jocks, snobs . . . Van Holen, 32 fros- ty Molsens . , . " If oil the world ' s a sroge, why con ' t the Stones ploy Dobfon? " , . . good times with Don. Sabbath 8 12 80, " Pippin, " 5 9 81. o double Of Furbush . . thanks. Mom and Doi;. LAURIE J. MORRIS PAM M. MULCAHY MICHAEL MULLANEY 67 Ma. STEPHEN M. MURPHY JANE L. NICKERSON DEIDRE A. NONNEMACHER MARTHA MARY MYERS CHERYL L. NESTOR MAUREEN P. O ' DONNELL MARTHA M. MYERS Morrh, Morrs, Morthollison . . . rolkorive, outgoing . . . Peeve: being colled someone else . . . Memories: Woshingron, Room 403, Junior Prom, camp- ing with Col . . . Peanut M6M ' s, Dette, roses, purple . . . found at Mac ' s . out the doorwoy . . . David . . . Share a moment, Allykirren . . . five years with Steph, the opt. with Lynne ond Steph . . . the gold . . . friends forever, Allison . . . Theotre Arts. CHERYL LYNN NESTOR Cheri . . . dozed and confused . . . " Okay fine, " " chure, " " meow, " Chem 1 and 2 with Mr. Nassise, JOTTO, Mr. Peirce and the cor, Kentucky Fried Chicken . . Peeves: English, getting up for school . . . love to oil my friends and fomily. WILLIAM A NEVILLE Scotry dog . . . wild, friendly . Peeves: double sessions, missed shifts, lost coll . . . Favorites: Dig Blocks, Hondo, The Doors Plons: to travel . . the Dirty Dozen, The Pit . . . Memories: football, Welshie ' s shop. JANE LESLIE NICKERSON Jane . . . friendly, good listener, quiet . . Peeves: phony smiles, computers freezing, robberies . . Favorites: " excuse me, " " you ' ll never wolk alone, " " friends, " rifles with Louro, drill ream, Mondoy night foorboll, Christmas porade ' 80, fellowship. Silver Loke, special friends, Leod ... to become on occountont, be hoppy DEIRDRE ANN NONNEMACHER Little Dee, Muffy, Dilly . . . outgoing, sensitive, friendly . . . Peeves: liors, woiting for people . Favorites: chipmunks, MGM ' s, dreoming, ' 69 Comoro . . . hoirdressing school, to travel . . 8 30 79, " I ' ll olwoys love you Mike " . rhonks Mom and 5HS . . ' Wish I was young ogoin, " Florida ' 60, " Lef me be free. Let rr.c be me. " EARL LEONARD O CONNELL Lenny, Len . . . friendly, quiet . . Peeves: waking up, pressure Favorites: AC DC, the Cope, potties and Brahoos, cruisin " , good times with friends . . . Memories: freshman footboll, Nontosket, Conoda, times on the Kembe ... to be happy ond successful MAUREEN P O ' DONNELL Moe . . friendly, talkative, outgoing . found or Moe and Dave ' s Peeve: 7:59 a.m. . . Memories: comping with Liz, James Taylor, Fotimo ' s friendship, APP with Dove, walks with Ellen, seven years with Col, Peanut M M ' s, junior prom, Bermuda, Woshingron, " The Gold " Rm 403, Bob- by 3 6 61 . . Q speciol sisrer thanks, Mr C thanks. Mom ond Dod ERINO ' LEARY Er, Erwin . . . Peeves: good-byes, 400 miles, sand drill teom, Christmas Porode. rrock, " eight lops, " Monday Night Football, ' If you ' re gonno do it, do if right! " " Combinotion?! " Memorial Doy ot the beach, summer with Dovid thanks, " Coach. " WILLIAM A. NEVILLE PETER J. NIOSI LENNY O ' CONNELL ERIN CATHERINE O LEARY 68 THERESA O ' LEARY ANN MARIE PARKER VALERIE PASTS PETER S. OLSON P ATRICIA O ' NEIL JAMES W. PARANDES DOREEN M. PENNOR PATRICIA O NEIL Potfi . . . friendly . . . Peeve: diets . . Favorites: Bob Seger, 9 29 81 Memories: special friends . . . long talks with Dorrie . Parties of Brendo s . . . peonut butter ond mayonnaise . . 11 28-X 80 in New Hampshire . . . treasures family. JAMES W. PARANDES Jim . . . friendly, normal, easy to get olong with . . . Peeves: homework, hangovers, show-offs . . Favorites: water-skiing, snowmobiling, seafood, Mooseheod beer . . . to hove my own business Weirs Beoch, New Hompshire, Summer of ' 60 . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. ANN MARIE PARKER Annie, Beanie . . . friendly, cheerful, crozy . . Peeves: the system, herd guys . . . Favorites: " It Kills Me, " " Thor crocks me up, " " oh yea! " " hey wow " . . . Memories: drill teom, Taunton Christmas Parade, Soturdoy morn- ing practice. Memorial Day at the beach . . . thonks to Mom, Dad, and friends. STEVEN A PARMEGGIANI Veol . . . toll, friendly, suove . . Peeve: two-faced people . " Juke Box Hero, " 18, " Half-Penny, Two-Penny, " " The Stroke, " " Poronoid " . . . pasta, " Whot? " " Yeoh ' . . . computer field . . . thonks to oil my friends and especially Mom ond Dod. VALERIE MARIE PASTS Vol . . . gullible, sensitive . . Peeves: waiting . . Fovorites: Fleetwood Mac, " For Your Eyes Only, " true friends, Italian foods, horses . . . Memories: the poddocks and Snip-Snop 9 1 80, Pufferbellies, summers of 79 and ' 81 . . . to stay independent, happy . . . much love to Jimmy. ADELINA MENDONCA PEDRO Addy . . . wild, crozy, tolkotive . . Peeve: waking up in the morning . Fovorites: Summer of ' 81 . . . " Endless Love " . . . pizza, " Hey, Quortz " . . . found at America ' s . . . good times spent with Vicky . . . Plons to be o chef . . . love you, Grondmo . . . thonks to Mom ond Dad. DOREEN M PENNOR Door . . . rowdy, outgoing, crozy, hoppy . . . Peeves: two-foced people, history, trying to find parries . . . Fovorites: Kinks, " Poronoio Self Destroyer, " Itolion soccer, English, " On the Rood Agoin, " ... to trovel, hove o family of my own , , . thonks. Mom, Dod, ond fomily STEVEN A. PARMEGGIANI ADELINA M. PEDRO JAMES T. PERNOCK 69 GLENN S. PERRY ANDREA PETRIE LINDA LOUISE ANN PETTA SUSAN MARIE PINA TIMOTHY A. PLUNKEH GLENN S. PERRY Joke . . . creative, friendly, somewhat determined . . . Peeves: bogels, Chrysler products . . . Favorites: Beach Boys, all summer long, racing, the pond cruising . . . Plons: to do the unexpected, " It ' s gone dov nhill since 70. " ANDREA PETRIE Andy , . . friendly . . , Peeves: lost minutes of the doy, boring porties . . . Favorites: Led Zeppelin " A-1, " Neil Young . . . Memories: potties to remember. Pot and Dove, July 9-12, 1961 LINDA LOUISE ANN PETTA Linnie, Lindy . . . quiet, shy, friendly . . . Peeve: Phony friends . Favorites: Air Supply, " Lost in Love, " " the Rose, " " Babe, " chocolote ice cream, algebra, " Oh My God! " ... to be o computer programmer . . special moments v ith Kristopher . . . love to Mom ond Dod. SUSAN MARIE PINA Sue, Peanut . . . outgoing, moody, sensitive . . . Peeves: prejudiced people, cliques, curfews . . . " You know the deal! " . . . Chinese food, " Endless Love, " " Juke Box Hero, " " Super Freok " . To go to college, be successful and happy . . . good times with Pom and Lynda, partying, summer with Gram, Vermont, Newport mansions . . . Memories: Bob, Mike, Borocudos, Keith, Reg, Twins, Woody . . . thonks ond love to family and friends. BRIAN JOSEPH PIRES Bry . . , Peeves: conformists, 100-watts . . wrestling, football . . thonks, Jock and crew of bozos , . the Doors, Ted Nugent . . . cruisin ' , the spa, the dirty dozen, G-girls, parties at Bob ' s ond Manny ' s, " How ' s it going lad, " Geotgie ' s stock, the Goodyeor tattoo, renovoting crew to go to college. TIMOTHY ALAN PLUNKEn Tim . . . friendly, sarcastic . . McDonold ' s . . Stones, Seger, boseboll, " huh? " " yoh, " " troy down " . . . college, renowned architect . . 10 24 81, junior prom, 5 14 81, opple picking, sunrise at big blue . . . thanks to Mom and Dod for oil your help. JULIE K POLVINEN Jules . . . gullible, friendly . . " what chu tolkin ' bout?! " . . . Favorites: Fleet- wood Mac, " Rhionnon, " M M ' s with Pepsi. " 108 tuiies, " field hockey . . . Memories: Eddie 12 17 80, Benotor, LoSollette ... Lo, la ... seventeen years, Kim . . . good times with Ann, Moop . . . I ' ont know . . . two inches, Joonie . . . special friends . . to become on environmental scientist. RICHARD QUAHRUCCI QuQzz . . . friendly, hoppy . . . Peeves: cliques, locking keys in cor ... Favorites: The Wall, Boston, Geils, the jungle, Celtics, basketball, football, helping Michelle over the fence . . . to get o hair cut, groduore from college , . . Memories: busted ot Canton pool, porties at Ma ' s, Winter Donee ' 80 . . . thanks. Mom ond Dod. BRIAN J. PIRES JULIE POLVINEN ROBERT PUSHEE RICHARD QUAnRUCCI JOHN F. QUAnRUCCI DEBRA RAPHEL ARIELLE RENE ROBERT RICCI LYNDA A. ROCHE JOHN QUATTRUCCI Crazy, funny, sorcostic, obnoxious . . Favorites: Beorles, Beach Boys, Elvis, Store Dromo Festivals, Cope, frazzled, " But it ' s August " . . . Peeve: bockstob- bers . . . Memories with Maria 4 29 60, 5 6 80, 1 23 80 ... to star in Superman X . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. DEDRA RAPHEL Debbie, Deb . . . unpredictable, moody . . Peeves: F105, working weekends . . . Favorites: Bob Seger, The Stones, " Bye, " " Kinky, " " You Needed Me " . . . Memories: junior and senior proms with Brad, doubling with Sue and Joe, the water slide, times at work, 10 24 81, 3 20 81 . . . thonks Mom, Dad, Steven, and David. ARIELLE RENE Rel, . . . crazy, easy-going, talkative . . . Peeve: prejudice, . . . Fovorites: Stones:, Commodores, " Freebird, ' " Brother Louie, " Red Sox, " Smile " . . . 6 4 80 and 6 4 81, Mouro s 5 79, cruising with Diane . . Plans: college, nurse practitioner . . . love. Mom and Dad . . thanks to all my friends. ROBERT O. RICCI JR. Bobby . . . athletic, mischievous, friendly . . . Peeves: " No games on Sun- days, " sprints, speedwork . . . Favorites: Stones, Journey, cross country, bosketb oil ' 82, spring track champs ' 80, " the circle " . . thanks to o speciol coach, Mr. Green ... to be self-employed . . . love ond thanks to Mom and Dad. ROBERT F. RIVERS Bob . . . sensitive, quiet, friendly . . . Peeves: cliques, pressure, " sisters " , . . Christopher Cross, Chinese with Mountain Dew, close friends. Mom and Dad . . .junior prom, hockey. Summer of ' 81 . . . thanks, Rich . . . college-bound. SUSANNE RODICHAU Sue . . . loud, outgoing, spunky, crazy . . . Chinese food, Kenny Rogers, " I Love You Just the Way You Are, " Mr Mendes homeroom. Office Job Train- ing .. . good times with Joe, Brad, Debbie, junior and senior proms, beach, summer ' 81, Joe 10 6 80 . . . college, occounting, hove a family of four . . . thanks to mom, dad and family . love you all. HOLLY ROBICHAUD Holly Hobbie . . Memories of ploying defense, wind surfing, swim team, prom, toll ships (the Denmark and Young America) . . love and thanks to Mom, Dad, Scott, and friends. LYNDA A. ROCHE Roche, Rocha . . . toll, funny, shy . . . Peeve: friends who aren ' t . . . Favorites: Tom Petty, Springsteen, Led Zeppelin, Frompton, " it ' s cool " . . . future: college, travel, be happy . . . Memories: Summer ' 81, Hyde Pork close coll, Tom Petty 8 8 81, " sisters, " good rimes with Al . . . thanks. Mo and Dod. JANE MARION RODD Janie, scruffy. Scrappy Doo , . . secretive, outgoing, temperamental. Peeve: peple who think they ' re perfect . . . " I ' m young, I ' m wild, and I want to be free. " . . . Just us . four, friends with Chippo, 1 16 81, 7 81, lost friends . . love and thanks Mom, John, Daddy, and Nona. ROBERT F. RIVERS HOLLY ROBICHAUD JANEM. RODD 71 MICHAEL P. ROPPOLO ROBERT ROSSI MARK ROGERS CHRISTOPHER ROLT PAULA ELYSE RUBIN FRANK R. RODERICKS Poco . . . funny, gullible . . Peeve: drunk drivers . . . Fovorires: blondes, Boston, muppers, Sryx ' 81, Utah ' 81, six feet, broken leg 79, Potty ' s lunches . . . Plans: college-bound. MARK ROGERS Spontaneous, punkish . . . Peeve: WCOZ . . . Favorites; Clash, The Jom. The Duzzcocks, Sex Pistols . . . Bill Nelson music in Dreomlond, Be-Bop Delux, Oh Daisy . . . Bufu . . . life goes on . . . There ' s Ponic in the World. CHRISTOPHER ROLT Rolty . . . sarcastic, easy-going . . . Peeve: conformity Ames Estate, when the music is over . . . the boss. Favorites: skiing, MARK ROMAINE Welby . . . quiet, shy . . Peeves: subs, politics in coaching . . . Favorites: Sab- bath, Tull . . . Memories: Spa, Dirty Dozen, behind the Gibbons Rink . . . thanks. Rick. MICHAEL PETER ROPPOLO Mike . . . ambitious, on the go . . . Peeve: A down computer, ' Isn ' t funny, Mike! " . . . Favorites: Science, band 76-82, Algebra 1, video binges, Syno 1, zone phones with Hyperspace . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. ANNE B. ROSS Bella, Anne-Morie . Peeves: Buboloo, unkept promises . . . m ' love, magic, moments, wood nymphs, plebe . . . pisko, the gong, ei ei fish, " Ask Shouno " . . . my sisters. Moon Shodow . . . " whot con I soy? " . . . or-r-r, scibs, no prob . . . " It ' s been reol! " BOB ROSSI ZZ top, Zeppelin, Hendrix, Greot White Buffolo video king " Berzerk " . . . " Vanguard " . . . " Wizord of Wor " . . Peeves: Cheap track shoes Gay guffs . . . preppies . . . words beginning with the letter Q , out-of-tune guitars . . . Memories: The chill, Mexico City, Stafford, Halloween ' 81 ... thanks, Mom ond Dod. TINA L. RUBEN Annoyed . . . Peeve: bent cords . . Favorites: Neil Young, Hendrix, Jock Daniels, The Who . . Newport field trip, the railroad station, pork chops in the sink, cookie thief, Mr Coen . Plans: Mary Kay Consultant. PAULA ELYSE RUBIN Quiet, sensitive Peeve: gym, show-offs . . . Favorites: Chinese food, piz- za, English, Betsy ' s dreams . Memories: Trip to the Cope, BBG, chorus, good friends . . . to become o ploy therapist . . . thanks, Mom. NATHAN JEFFREY RUDIN Note, Duke . . . crazy, tolkotive . Peeves: locked pianos, commercials . . . Favorites: Mario, ELO, video binges with Mike . . Memories: 11 22 80, junior prom. Kitten, Teddy, " What? . . Yeah, " Washington D C , Armondo and Poblo, 6:30 practices, jozz bond, Mr Pibb, " Doyo " . love to Mario good luck, Poul . . thonks. Mom and Dad college-bound! MARK ROMAINE ANNE B. ROSS TINA L. RUBEN NATHAN JEFFREY RUDIN 72 DEMISE RUPP JOHN RUSSELL LINDA L. RUSSELL ALAN SALTZMAN MARIA E. SANGIOLO DEMISE D. RUPP Deose . . . crazy, emofionol . . . Peeves: narrow minds, Levi ' s . . . Favorites: a certain city boy with just a touch of love 9 24 81 . . . " Hello, Jock " . , , poolside chats with Lorie . . . " that ' s wild " . . . Friends on the Hatch Shell ond rolierskotes . . . thanks, you two ... to go to Poris and hove o career in fashion. JOHN PATRICK RUSSELL Easy-going . . . Peeves: school, the boys, bulldogs . . Favorites: hockey, oil foods, " Turn the Poge, " Seger , . . Memories: rumble on the ice, the Gibbs . . . plons to retire early . . . thanks. Mom. LINDA L RUSSELL Shortstuff . . . friendly, introverted, " neat freak " . . . Peeves: people who think they ' re better, cliques . . . Fovorites; Styx, footboll, hockey, " Always ond Forever, " " Stoirwoy to Heoven " ... To be toll, become a legal secretory . . . Memories: 5 15 81 working on ploys, 2 80-2 81, Summer of ' 61 . . . thonks. Mom and Dad, and friends too MICHAEL J. RYAN Dig Mike, Fast Mike . . . crazy . . . Peeves: snobs, English, Budweiser . . . Favorites: Led Zeppelin, B-52 ' s, " Take the Long Way Home, " " So it goes, " Heineken, biking . . . Memories: Canton 10 8 81, ' 61 graduation porty . Senior . . . college, trovel. ALAN SALTZMAN Al . . . determined, quiet . . . Peeves: English, waking up early . . Favorites: AC DC, Dirty Deeds, Dllly Squier, " Lonely is the Night, " pizza, football to go to college, become o CPA. DAVID ROSS SALTZMAN Woody . . . unpredictable, systematic . . . Peeves: English teochers . . . calculus . . . golf . . . " Darn " . . . double lunches . . . history 60-61, manifest destiny, Dien Dien Phu, o city . . . ploying cords, poker. MARIA E. SANGIOLO Gullible, friendly, talkative . . . Peeves: the frizzles, fight 35 . . . Favorites: Streisand, James Toylor, " fenicule, feniculo, " von rides, jozz choir, the gold. Room 403 . . . " you twit " . . . eight years with Ellen, Fronnie . . . John 5 6 60, 1 23 81 . . . o day in the pork ... to be successful . . thanks Mom and Dad. MICHAEL J. RYAN DAVID ROSS SALTZMAN LORIE ANN SCHIFFER AVA C. SCHI OHMAN ANDREA L. 5APERSTEIN MICHAEL 5. SARNIE BRIAN D. 5CIDETTA ANDREA LYNNE SAPERSTEIN Andi . . . friendly, funny, rolkorive . . . Peeves; cliques . . . Favorites: Mur- phy ' s Low, Beatles . , . " Whenever " . . . " Really " . . . " don ' t even " . . . Memories: DDYO porties, dances, USY, CHEM II lobs. Physiology, ' the gong " ... to become a doctor . . good times with friends . . . love yo Mom, Dad, ond Dove. MICHAEL 5. SARNIE Mike . . . rowdy, belligerent, short-tempered . . . Peeves: Comp Review, Algebra II, homework, conceited people . . . Favorites: " awesome, " theme from the Greotest Americon Hero, Blues Brothers, baseball . . . Memories: ISS, walk-out, SHIC, doss trip ... to be on orchitect, get married. PATRICIA ANNE SAVING Pot . . . happy, sensitive, moody . . " Best of Times " . . . Special memories with friends . . . Onset ' 61 . . . Bazode . . . Westport 5 15 81 . . . Sandwiches . . . Born Parties . . . " Don ' t Stop Believing, " 8 29 81 . . . field hockey ' 79, Softball . Jock 11 15 80 ... Jr. Prom 5 14 81 ... to be hoppy . . . treasures family and friends . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. LORIE ANN SCHIFFER Schiff . . . moody but hoppy . . . Peeve: unfinished relationships . . . Memories: Hawaii . . . 4 25 81 . . . Denise, the best of friends . o greot friendship with a special someone 7 4 81 . . . dreoms do come true of least for Q while ... to be happy . . . love yo. Mom and Dod. MARGARET M SCHILLINGER Meg . . . gullible, smiling, " the girl with the hair " . . Peeve: changed plans . . . Favorites: Journey 8 29 81, James Taylor, Celebrate 5 15 81, " Nice Cold Beeo! " , . . twinkees . poronoio, pink . . . Plons: to be a nurse and marry a gorgeous Italian! . " hell-u-vo-time! " AVA C. SCHROTTMAN Av . . . friendly, weird, crazy . . . Memories: Jeff 2 19 79, junior prom, drive-ins, Molson, phone colls, puppies, cars. Von Helen, Kinks, crazy times with Dee, Pom, Shh . . . Cope 5 21 81 . . . Plymouth 9 5 81 . . . Love n thanks to Mom and Dod . . . " Later. " MARILYN ANN SCHUBARTH Mol, Scooter . . . outgoing, crazy . . . " seniors are superior, " beoch with Fronk, " it ' s kosher, " " C ' est la vie " , Canton guys, musicals with Sue Peeves: being Ross, Linda ond David ' s younger sister, two-faced people football gomes . . . thanks, Kris and Potty to study music, therapy with children . . . good luck, Chris ROBERT N SCIOLEHE JR. Bob, Howk, Scelete . . friendly, outgoing, unorganized . . . Peeves: Show ' s graveyard, phonies, writing essoys . . Fovorites: the " lights. " football with " The Group, " " The Boss, " She ' s the One . . . baseball, renting ice " What? " ... to go to college, become on engineer . . . Horseneck 6 28 81, Summer of ' 81 with Ed and Kothy, " Yank " . . , love to Mom o nd Dad. PATRICIA A. SAVING MARGARET M. SCHILLINGER MARILYN ANN SCHUBARTH ROBERT N. SCIOLEHI 74 HENRI CHRI5TOPHE SCOTT PATRICIA ANN SERENO AVELINO SERPA LAURA M. 5HEEDY CAHNER scon Easy-going . . . Peeves: waking up eorly in the morning . . . Favorites: skiing, riding my bike, Moody DIues, " Nights in White Sorin, " The Who ... to be on aircraft mechanic. HENRI CHRISTOPHE SCOH Gobi . . . funny, outgoing, studious . . . Peeves: losing meets . . . Favorites: trips with Cooper, seafood, Saturday nights, laughing . . . Memories: 5 14 80, leogue frock champs, von rides, sophomore commons, good times with friends ... to be a doctor and be in the Olympics . . . thonks, Mom and Dad. PATRICIA ANN SERENO Partially Perf ect Potty . . . funny, smort . . . " what the Heck! " . . many clubs, majorettes, the elevator, the hill and the auditorium . . . Dear Donald . . . Canada ' 60, proms ... on to medical school . . . love to Rich, my friends, and family. AVELINO L. SERPA Al . . . moody, quiet, friendly . . Peeves: woking up, worm brews, people who think they ' re bod . . Favorites: Led Zeppelin, Song Remains the Some Beat! . . Memories: good times with friends, Teddy ' s shop class ... to find a good job, be happy in life ... to travel. JEAN M. SESTITO Jeon . . . friendly, talkative, outgoing . . Fenicule-feniculo, frosting fights with Christine . . porkchops, custard pie, " Oh Geez! " . . . nervous and tense . . . Blue Hills and Indians . . . that spaghetti dinner . . . " no problem! " . . . gray bomber . . . ' Where ' s Kim? " . . . Summer of ' 80, morning ot Borderland ... to be successful . . . love and thanks to Mom and Dad. PETERA.SEWCYK Sarcastic, friendly, unpredictoble . . . Peeves: my knee, conformity, cliques . . . Favorites: The Doors, " When the Music is Over, " The Stones, weightlifting, long live the suburban . . . college . . . Memories: football three years . . . Nouset girls, the great escape. LAURA M. SHEEDY Loro . . . friendly, sensitive . . . Peeve: the system . . . Favorites: bug drills, ' oh yeh oh yeh; hey, wow, " rimes with Jane N . . . Memories: drill team. Memorial days ot the beoch, conversations with Ann . . . Diane ond Ann . Future: college . . . thanks Mom, Dad, brothers, and friends. MIKELLE SHERMAN Mik . . . unpredictoble . . Peeve: friends who oren ' t . . . Cedor Hill, " Who parked the cor? " . . . friends forever: Di, Dor, Lyn ' s, Lee ' s, Nan . . . Bob Seger, " Turn the Page " . . . 10 17 81, cupiding with Di . . . Nan " Fire, " The Curfew, Christmas vocation with Amy, not to worry. Mom . . . Dreams. JEAN MARIE SESTITO KENNETH SHEA MIISbLLE 3ETH SHERMAN 75 NAN LOUISE SHIFFLEn DIANE 5. SHIFMAN JULIE J. 5HIPPS V ji DEENA R. E. 5IEGEL MARIA 5IMOLARI JOEL 5KOLET5KY NAN L. SHIFFLEn Crazy, stubborn, naive . . . Peeve: waiting . . . " Dreams I ' ll Never See " . . . Mikelle . . . Barman . . . french fries . . . Puff . . . Commons wirh Laurie . . . " I ' m a Monkey, " 3 7 61, Jimmy, onorher MGM . . . 4 17 81, Blue Hills, special friendships . . . I ' ll never forger yo . . . love yo. Mom. DIANE 5. SHIFMAN Shiffy . . . hyper, gullible . . . Peeve: prejudiced people . . , Fovorires: roiny days, chipmunks, Horry Chopin, long v ' olks ond red roses . . Memories: rimes with friends. Winter Carnival, 5 30 81, Walter 3 19 80, shortcut to Chinotown . " methyl envy, " " Got any food? " ... to be o psychologist . . . love to Mom and Dad. JULIE J. SHIPPS Jules, Chip . . . " what ' s up? " ... " I don ' t know " . . . Memories: the Born, 5 14 81, REO ' 81, Rocky Horror . . . rocos . . . trock . . . little oronge truck. Tim and the new White House . . . " methyl envy " , . purple olligotor shoes Peeves: blue polyester, diets, fot . . to become President. DEENA R. E. SIEGEL Dee, Weeno, Dude . . . crazy, talkative, eosily embarrassed Peeves: bock-stobbers, words, ' 63 . . . Favorites: Riunite, Furbushes, " Always and Forever, " " Wild Horses, " the Spa, ei-ei fish . . . Memories: Shoundo, " Who Mikelle? " Summer of ' 80, 7 31 80, " Platonic, righr John? " . . thanks for cor- ing, Clare . . . love yo. Mom. MARIA SIMOLARI Mia . . . moody . . . Peeve: ignorant people . Memories: " Famous Final Scene, " 10 21 78 . . . to go to Calif ornio ond be happy Favorites: Sponish forts good times with friends Barb . . . poronoid Long Live Rock Woody Swomp . . ... to get married. BARBARA R. SIMPSON . . . Peeves: Pintos. jocks . . . Favorites: Doors, Cold Buds, . Seen with Paul 11 23 80 . . . field trip to Newport . treasures friendship with Koth , . . Found down the pond JOEL SKOLETSKY Punky, indecisive, cautious . . . Peeves: WCOZ, olligotors, rough guys, " Stair- way to Heaven " . . . Favorites: Jom, Clash, Buzzcocks, Bill ' How ' bout that! " ... " I fought the Low, " " Revolt into Style. " " Everybody ' s Happy Nowadays, " " " Ships in the Night " . . . Rival. Shelter . . . Summer of ' 81. Gong Show ' 80, Halloween ' 81 . . . to commit the perfect crime of the century. STEVEN MARK SMITH Smitty . . . ambitious, perplexed . . . Peeves: alarm clocks, Cumberland Forms, " " What? Yeah! " . . , Favorites: Journolism, Notional Honor ond Thes- pion Societies, " When I Need You " . Memories: rhree rorten doys in Scussett, Conn, with Chorus, Cope Escape ' 80, " Eleanor, " Florida, " Oh Yeoh " . . . Yipe ... to be on orchirect . . . Mom, Dad and Bev: I said I d moke if! JOSE AUGUSTO ALVES 5ILVA BARBARA R. SIMPSON 76 JILL MARCIE SNYDER JAMES F. 5PANO PAUL A. SPRUILL 1 1 JOSEPH SOUSA LOURDE5 SOUSA LORNA STATKIEWICZ JILL MARCIE SNYDER Jillon . . . friendly, gullible . . . Peeve: cliques, phonies, wasting time . . . Fovorires: Outlaws, Jackson Browne ... to be rich and happy . . . " Reollyl " " Oh, I ' m so embarrassed, " " Shot heard ' round the world? " . . . Jerry 10 31 80 . . . thonks. Mom and Dad. JOSEPH SOUSA Joe, Julio . . . friendly, quiet, daring . . . Peeves: interruptions, being lofe, waiting . . . Invasion, Von Holen, J. Geils, cor shows ... to go to technical school, build the ultimate street machine, own goroge, cruise the U.S.A. . . . good times with Word, the gang . . . " Catch yo loter. " LOURDES SOUSA Ludy . . . sensitive, eosy-going, sentimental . . . Peeve: selfish people . . . Favorites: Dob Seger, " We ' ve got Tonite, " " Turn the Page, " memories with friends . . . 6 4 80 . . . Summer of ' 79, obrigodo moe e pai ... to travel, to be happy, successful. PAMELA CHERYL SPACK Pomi . . . happy, ambitious . . . Peeves: curfews ond being grounded . . . Fovorites: James Taylor, " Come Sail Away, " windy days, " sensuous, " " yo, " " Vej out " . . . friendship with Amy, Cape-bound and juicy convos with Lynne, duck, Holloween ' 81, comping . . . Plans: college ond trovel . . . love yo, Mom and Dod. JAMES F. SPANO Jim, Jimbo, Spaz . . . friendly, happily insane, peaceful . . . Peeve: 8:00 to 12:X . . . Favorites: Doors, Neil Young, Tom Sawyer, football, women ... to keep in touch with friends. SHAUNA M. SPILLBERG Shounda . . . oppreciotive, poronoid . . . Peeves: Scibiosis, Bubaloo Bo . . . Sox, Bornoby, purple . . . Weeno, midnight breakfost, 2-9, ei ei fish, the wee, Q street, stretchy straws, drive-ins . . . ffft, " or-r-r-r, " " Ask Anne, " " Der, you queer, " me and my comero . . . later. PAUL A. SPRUILL Freok, Earth pig . . . whipped . . . Peeve: Pig ' s . . . Fovorites: " Under My Thumb, " " Sympathy for the Devil, " . . . Future plans: to leorn to reod and write . . . Memories: 11 23 80, Barb, Woody Swamp . . . found at the pond. CHRISTINE SPURR Chrissy . . . odventurous . . . Framinghom with Susie . . . Peeves: selling out, tripping . . . Cruisin ' with Bessie, 12 12 60, 22, the chose, lollipops . . . Mt. Cardigan, climbing Blue Hills, skiing, the Born ... to be on environmentol scientist . . . thanks. Mom and Dod. LORNA L. STATKIEWia Friendly, gullible . . . Peeves: waiting, moths, the service . . . Bob Seger 9 10 80, " Turn the Page, " Journey, Stroke . . . Hampton, ' 60- ' 61, beach, parties ot Brendo ' s, junior prom, truth or dore 1 or 2, no nerve, " where were you the 26th? " . . . great times with speciol friends and the gong . . . to find o coreer, be hoppy . . . Bye Wolshy. SUSAN R. STEAD Sue, Susie . . . mischievous, bright . . . Peeves: ignoronce, anger, jealousy ... To do or not to do, " Brilliant! " . . . " I ' m winning, " " Do Do Do Do, Do Do Do Do " . . . movies and phone talks with Marie, Rie, Lisa, Holly, Alison, Paula, Arielle, and Kara . . . homeroom chats with Billy, David and Steve . . . Luv-n-Stuff. i PAMELA CHERYL SPACK SHAUNA MICHELLE SPILLBERG CHRISTINE MARIE SPURR SUSAN R. STEAD 77 JOHN A. STONE LYNNE A. SULLIVAN WILLIAM STENSTROM WAYNE STEVENS DAVID M. STOLOW WILLIAM 5. STENSTROM Dill . . . friendly, unprediaoble . . . Peeve: deadlines . . . Foreigner, The Cars, Geils, Centerfold, Rockwell, Dickfords . . . " Just water pleose, " John ' s cast party, Greose . . . thanks to o special cousin and friend . . . 5 14-15 81 . . . my sister . . . love to o very special fother, mother, and brothers ... ar- chitecture, commercial ort. WAYNE STEVENS Wayno . . . Peeves: Disco, New Wave . . . Favorites: Heavy Metol, pizzo, " Believe me " . . . Memories: All Nighters, concerts ... to go to college, to be an occountant. DAVID MARTIN STOLOW I shall be telling this with o sigh Somewhere ages and oges hence: Two roods diverged in a wood and I — I took the one less traveled by. And thot has mode oil the difference. (Robert Frosf ) JOHN A. STONE Sensitive, olwoys joking, messed no more . . . Summer of ' 81 with Sue . . . Peeve: Dreakfast-bound . . . Mol going on 69, Chopper going on 3 ... Al and Duffy still on 1 ... ' Mol, I got my cor " . . . Good times with greof friends. DIANE M. STORM Stormy . . . talkative, friendly, sensitive . . . Peeves: friends who aren ' t, endings . . . special memories of the boy down the street, 9 8 61, Precious and Few, weekends . . . memories of the girls . ... 5 15 81, " incognito, " Mr. B. ... to moke someone happy someday . . . thanks. Mom and Dod. JIM SULLIVAN Sully . . . friendly, eosy-going . . . Peeves: show-offs . . . Favorites: Seger, football, Michelob, motorcycles, snowmobiles . . . Born Bash . . . zord ' 78, Mr. Walsh ' s Shop, Mr. Spock . . . thanks, Mom and Dod. Bob Bliz- JOHN SULLIVAN Favorites: Zeppelin, Skynyrd ... to retire . . . Memories: Jimmy ' s, fish and gome, ZZ Top concert. LYNNE ANN SULLIVAN Noog . . . sensitive, lazy, naive . . . Peeve: snobs, rumors, decisions . . . " Keep on loving you, " Bubble Yum, " You Berto, " skiing, the Cope, " Us 6 " ot the beoch, folks with Linda, learning, special friends, Noog-Mobile ... to be on executive secretory, hoppily married . . . 2 27 81, Dennis, " We ' ve Got Tonite " . . . Dreams. ELAINE CHRISTINE SWEAH Friendly, open, understanding . . . Peeves: slow workers, chemistry . . . " substonce, " weekend excursions . . . found with Showoo, 4 9 81, Com- mons with Laurie ... to be satisfied . . . thonks. Pot ond Jud. ELAINE C. SWEATT 78 JOE G. 5ZUM DARLENE MARIE TARDOX DENNIS M. TAVARE5 FRANCINE TOBIN JOE 5ZUM Easy-going, athletic, active, friendly . . . Peeves: cold mornings, nev wove . . . Favorites: J. Geils, hockey. Mom ' s cooking, pizzo, Pete ' s closs, St. Jomes, good friends . . . success and happiness, engineering . . . Donna 4 3 61, summers, the Cope, fishing, weekends with the guys, skipping ... to go out to lunch . . . thanks Mom, Dod, and God. DARLENE MARIE TARDOX Sensitive, undecided . . . Peeves: history, decisions . . . " Free Bird, " " Stoir- woy to Heaven, " ski trips . . . special friends, shared laughs and cries, " us six " or beach, thanks Mom, my teddy . . . Bruce 7 2 60 . . . forever . . . dreoms, special moments together . . . junior prom, " We ' ve Got Tonight, " " pitz, " love to my fomily. DENNIS TAVARES Friendly, athletic, active . . Peeves: getting up for school, some teachers . . . Led Zeppelin, Journey, pizzo, hockey, weekends. Summer of 1960 . . . plans to travel and live in Colifornio . . . skipping school . . . running out to lunch. D ' ANGELO TATE Toter . . . cool, calm, friendly unless bothered . . . Peeves: teachers bossing me around, big shots, prejudiced people . . . Fovorites: Rick James, Maze, Gap, lobster, cloms, bosketboll, football . . to get married and hove a family . . . " It was hord to go through " . . . thonks to my folks. AMY E. TECHIERA Lost minute, picky, sensitive . . . Peeves: D-building stairs, two-foced and phony people . . Favorites: Just Once, Freebird, Zeppelin, wind and sun- shine . . Memories: friendships with Pom, " Only When 1 Lough, " 6 16 79, Summer of ' 61 . . . Plons: college, family, happiness and success . . . thanks to my family and friends . . . We finally made it! RICH TEPPER Rich . . . moody, impotient, jealous . . . Peeve: Morshfield . . . Best times spent with Beth, 6 40 60 . . . the beach, friends, " Turn The Page, " basket- ball . . . long drives, Flip Flops, bubbles, ski trip, food . . to go to college, lots of money! . . . WACKO!!! FREDERICK P. TIBETS JR. Siegfried Fornon II . . . Plans: odvanced musical studies, trovel . . . Favorites: The Baroque Masters, Europeon Society, Yorkshire . . . Peeves: Ozowo, bad sight readers, inoccurore sources . . . Memories: South Shore Conservatory, Thirty Years War, District ' 76 . . . thonks. Mom ond Dod . . . " So little done, so much to do. " PRINCIOTTI L. TISDALE Ponch, Bucky, Princi . . . Peeve: people who talk trosh . . . Memories: Roy Parker Jr., tuno fish sandwich, 11 27 80, Help Pooh Bear, Ano Emos, Mr. Fan- ning ' s class, Jimmy, pictures, serious biz, yeah buddy. FRANCINE TOBIN Fert . . . sensitive, gullible, unsure, understanding . . . Peeves: " The Mysterious Person, " cliques, 5 14 81 . . . Favorites: Neil Young, Journey, " The Rose, " Shooting Sfor, " Where were you on the 26th " . . . Memories: 6 11 61 Mike, The Beach, Hampton, Brenda ' s Parties, times with friends . . . to get married and be happy . . . thanks. Mom and Dad . . . bye, Walshy. KENNETH TOBIN Ken . . . intelligent, hord-working, creative . . . Peeves: big egos, cynical people, school food . . . Favorites: lobster, football, history . . . Memories: Thonksgiving footboll gome ogainst Canton ... to go to college ond mojor in science. PATRICK M. TOTMAN DAVID W. TUCKER ALYSSA J. UNI MARK VENTRESCO PATRICK M. TOTMAN Pot . . . Peeve: the dry . . . freshman foorboll, junior prom, Derr ' s parry, brownies, Milse ' s oll-nigfiter, Drive-In, weekends, Por ' s Peok, Vineyard 6 29 81, skiing, winrer, working . . . JoAnn . . . ro go inro ogriculrure. ROBIN LYNN TRIDER Robbie . . . doydreomer, quier bur loud, sensirive . . . Stones, Beatles, " Poperbock Writer, " Punk . . . knowing directions, psyched, BIG HUGE BUZZ . . . Petty, Foreigner, Devo . . . Cruising wirh Clorisse, friends with Not . . . Peeve; cliques . . . college and travel . . . love yo. Mom and Dod. CLARE T. TROPEA Cloylo . . . friendly, quiet, loves to lough . . . Peeve: friends that move . . . ' 79 Summer Yes!, " Roundobour, Montono, ' 81 lifeguording . . . great times with Robbie, thirteen years with Beth, " thanks Deose " ... a cruise, midnight chats. Bod Compony . . . Always thinking of you . . . love ro family. KAREN M. TROPEA Kay . . . Lozy, tolkotive, loves to laugh . . . Peeves: waiting, not enough time . . . Fovorires: rolks with Dee Dee, " who ' s your Buddy? " Yes, Sryx, Tom Perry, B-52 ' s . . . Summer of ' 81 . . . good rimes in the blue mobile . . . mid- night chats ... to be rich, heolrhy ond hoppy . . . tennis, junior prom wirh Louro and Dor . . . Memories: Donno 7 11 81 , . . rhonks. Mom and Dad . . . Yeah! DAVID W. TUCKER Tuck . . . friendly, easy-going . . . Peeve: work . zo, American Srudies . . . Memories: Drive-in . " Yeah " . . . College-bound. Fovorires: Foreigner, piz- " Whot? " . . . ' Huh? " . . . MICHAEL JOSEPH UNDA Mike . . . moody, shy, quiet . . . Peeve: rodor traps . . . Favorites: hockey, snowmobiling, AC DC, tuno fishing, brownies, " cement head " . . . Memories: Cedor Hill ' 81, Berr ' s porties, 5 4 81 — Angela, junior prom, skoring, 10 23 81, cruisin ' wirh Muz, Len ond Srrok . . . college, hockey, business. ALYSSA J. UNI Alls . . . athletic, friendly, wild, imoginorive . . . Peeves: friends who aren ' t, cliques . . . " Still, " Commodores, " Actions speok louder than words " . . . Tom Petty ond ELO with Sis Lyn . . . special moments of the Cope ... to become o lawyer . . . love yo. Mom ond Dod. MARIA L. VALADAO Mory . . . quiet, friendly . . . Peeves: making speeches, rwo-foced people, envious fjeople, snobs . . . Fovorires: seo food. Typing, Office Job Troining, Office Mochines, Italion food . . . 7 17 80 ... to get married ond hove o family . . . ro be happy. MARIE VIEIRA Tolkorive, friendly, opinionated, independent . . . Peeve: forced seporo- rions . . . munchies, Irolion food, losogno, cheesecoke . . . remembers shop- ping in town, lunch or Quincy Marker . . . Summer ' 81 with Dick ... to go ro college ond be happy. MARIA L. VALADAO MARIE M, VIEIRA 80 JOSEPH H. VIS5ER SUSAN DIANA VOSS HEIDI WALRAVEN CHRISTOPHER J. WALSH KERRI A. WASHAK JUDY D. WEISS JOSEPH H VISSER Easy-going, picky . . . Peeve: corner of Turnpil e end Third . . Favorites: Novo Scoria, Liso Dovis, Heinel ens, ' 65 Musrongs . , . Memories: All-niglirer over Mitcl-i ' s, the field wirli the Davis, Cope perries, Chorlie Norton ' s, junior prom, The Vineyard trip . . . rhonl s. Mo and Dod, SUSAN DIANA VOSS Stello . . . realistic, calm . Peeves: woking up for school, lines, people who rush . . . Favorites: Dob Seger, Foreigner . , Jamming rhejuke box, 1 17 79, 2 7 80, 10 10 80, lunacies, fun times with Vic ond Deb, the social. Gibbons, the adventures of Kelly . . . thonks to Mom and Dad. HEIDI WALRAVEN Heid . . . quiet, friendly . . . Peeve: snobs . . . Billy Squier, Beatles, " Long and Winding Road " . . . " Hi Mr. Ed! " . . . Town Spo . . . thanks, everyone! CHRISTOPHER J WALSH Wolshie . . . sensitive, gullible . . . Peeve: people who don ' t act like themselves . . . Memories: football, oil in the family . . . " You baffle my mind " . . . my best buddy . . . to go to college . . . thonks, Karen .1 love you, Mom and Dad. EDWARD A. WALSH Eddie . . . Peeves: authority, woiting in lines, Mondays . . . Favorites: Richard Pryor . . Lynyrd Skynyrd, Foghot, Allmon Brothers, Pink Floyd . . feedback . . . Newport . . . Summer of ' 81 — Morrho ' s Vineyard, Scusset . . . unschedules . . . " Stone Blue. " KERRI A. WASHAK Ke . . . Friendly, outgoing . . . always laughing . . . Peeves: friends who aren ' t, history . " We ' ve only just begun " . . . proms, parties, gutsy moments, speciol friendships, good times with Shelly . . . pizza and o Fresco . . . Snickers, good luck to my friends . . . special thanks to my family. JUDY B. WEISS Judy . . . quiet, stubborn . . . Peeve: obnoxious people . . Asteroids, Atari Drive-ins, red trucks. Calculus ... " I hove no gas " . . . college-bound . . . droma buddy, lights forever (but it doesn ' t work) . . . friends at Shaw ' s and Dunkin Donuts. STEPHANIE P. WELCH The Bee . . . crozy, spirited, talkative . . Peeves: olorm clocks, falling off chairs . . . dancing, . . . speciol folks with Lynne, five years with Martha, six yeors of homeroom with Woody . . Woshington, Room 403, show choir . . . cheering with Potty . . . best of luck, Aly . . . lots of love to family. EDWARD A. WALSH STEPHANIE P. WELCH 81 PATRICIA A. WEN5KEVICH ROBERT L. WESTBROOKS JR. DAVID L. WHITE NOREEN WHITE JOHN D. WHiniNGTON JOHN WILCZEW5KI PATRICIA A. WEN SKEVICH Party . . . friendly, moody, independenr . . . Peeve: repeating things, waiting . . . Dob Seger, " Famous Final Scene " . . . The beoch, Cope, bathrooms with Beth, 10 31 80, junior prom, 7 6 81, the Dodge, potties over Hudson ' s . . . D109 . . . Memories: The covewomen, cop, skunk, rhe mouse, punkrocker . . . ro become o secretary and live neor the beoch. ROBERT L. WESTBROOKS JR. Bob, Bobby . . . ambitious, funloving, sarcastic . . . ignoronce, 6:45 a.m. . . . leoding player. New York, New York . . . famous performer and producer . . . " Friendship, " Blue Hills, Advisory Board . . . concerts, Faneuil with Booogie People, matinees with Joy, gold and silver. Bee, " I heord that, ' best of luck to friends . . . rhonks, Mom for everything. NOREEN WHITE " Reeny " . . . temperomentol, 10% " temper, " 90% " mental, " quiet . . . Peeves: people who ore cruel ro onimols, bocksrobbers . . . Favorites: steak and cheese subs, karare, " What do you think this is " ... " even " . . . " The Bridge, " horses, " forgetting cor keys " . . . Plans: buy a soilboor and soil oround the world. VERONICA J. WHITE Ronnie . . . rolkotive, sensitive, imporient . . . Peeves: windy days ond rainy nights . . . Sunday night pizzas. Drive-ins, hockey, Smirnoffs . . . " Always ond Forever " . . . Memories: A weekend in Chorhom, parties or Mike ' s, 7 12 79, found with Rick . . . thanks. Mom ond Dod. JOHN DOUGLAS WHIHINGTON J.W., Whit . . . stubborn, true . . . Peeves: no spore rime, " ortitudes, " my stomach . . . Memories: Blue Hills, stoge ond friends ... off ro college ond on my own. DIANE M. WHYTE DeeDee, Whytey, Doodi . . . Sensitive, humorous, mischievous . . . Peeve: useless fights . . . Fovorites: " who ' s your buddy? " talks wirh Karen, Ziggy, B- 52 ' s, Nice cold Bepo, Spobound, concerts. Journey, Weekend, Onset sum- mers, pols . . . college for Dod! . . . rhonks, Mom. JOHN WliaEWSKI Quiet, shy, othletic . . . Peeve: Mondoy mornings . . Fovorires: Rolling Stones, Journey, jozz, golf, boskerball . . . Plons: college, ro be rich, own sports cars . . . Memories: golf league championship. ALBERTA WILSON Sociable, friendly . . . Favorites: The Jacksons, ' Ben, " spaghetti, Moth, " so " . . . singing, dancing . . . it ' s been nice. VERONICA J. WHITE 1 DIANE M. WHYTE - 0 ALBERTA WILSON 82 EILEEN M. WINGROVE CHARLOHE I. WIRRELL PAUL F. WOLFFE ADRIENNE M. WOOD LAURA YOUNG CAROLYN M. ZEPF EILEEN M. WINGROVE Ei . . friendly, gullible, sensitive . . Peeves: smoke, chonges of plans . . . Favorites: Simon, skiing, smile, Dozode, Emerald . . . Memories: Summer of ' 81, Incognito, Celebrate 5 15 61, Onset, Dux, 136, Nike, speciol friends and Mr. D ... to go to college . . . thanks. Mom and Dod. CHARLOnE IRLENE WIRRELL Little Bit . . Peeve: prejudiced people . . Memories: eighth grade, Dono, " U no, " Summer of ' 61 with Mike, Mr. Green, General Hospital . . . thanks, Mom ond Dod for everything! ADWENNE MARIE WOOD Droine . . sensitive, easy-going, talkative, gullible . . . Fovorites: Led Zep- pelin, ' Stairway to Heoven, " stuffed shells, meatballs, English . . . Peeves: two-foced people, getting up in the morning . . . Memories: 9 4 81, good times with the gong. CRYSTAL SHARMAINE WOODY Crystol-dude, Woodpecker, Miss Wood-boll . Loud, outgoing, friendly . . . Peeve: drugs . . . Favorites: Brothers Johnson, chocolate, 8 29 81 . . . " What ' s that? " " No Sah " ... to make others happy, be happy, marriage . . . Americon Studies, Junior Year . . . special thanks to family. LAURA J YOUNG Lou . . . gullible, humorous . Peeves: Senior cliques, waiting . . Styx 4 24 81, Neil Young, Doors, ' " Break on through " . . . Good times in Blue Mobile, Summer of ' 61, Bruins, Parties, Summers at the Cope . . . Tennis and junior prom with Karen ond Dot, o missed footboll gome, ... To be on RN, own a Comoro . . . thonks. Mom ond Dod. CAROLYN M. ZEPF Chiy . . . friendly, shy, happy Peeves: friends who aren ' t, frizzles . . . found at Glen Echo Lake, twelve years of friendship with Nonce, loughing, puppies, Helneken, junk food, " Flirtin ' with Disaster, " laughing jogs with Pot . . . 10 31 61 . . . Bob Seger . . . lots of good memories . . . thanks, Mom and Dod . . . Catch yo, SHS. THOMAS A. ZINE Smokey . . ,000, pudding, socks and towels, melted pens Mom and Dod. thanks to CRYSTAL 5. WOODY DAVID E. ZADE THOMAS A. ZINE Man with the burning soul Has bur on hour of breorh To build Q ship of rrurh On which his soul may soil — Soil on the seo of deorh, For death takes toll Of beauty, courage, youth, Of all but truth. (John Mosefield) If there is one truth which one has learned by the time one hos reoched the graduating year of high school, it is that deoth, with all its unpleasantness, is a continuing part of our existence. In the news eoch day we learn of the tragic deaths of countless numbers in war, in fire, in accident, through incurable sickness, through environmental carelessness, through birth fac- tors over which we hove no control. The death may be o lingering one, or it may come with numbing suddenness. But it comes. We see it in our families, we read about our neighbors, and, saddest most of all, we shore the news of the departure from this world of fellow students, friends with whom we hove shored o distinct port of o large port of our own ex- istence — our school years. Death hos been no mystery to the Class of 1982. What is ironic is that, as if teaching us another truth. Death has visited us in each of the three levels of our school life — the elementory, the junior high, and the high school. Let us not dwell on trogic whot-might-hove-beens. We still haven ' t learned the truth of why these things happen. Instead, let us dwell on the memories of the good times we hod with those of our clossmotes who might be sharing this final year with us — and in that spirit the STOTONIAN dedicates the IN MEMOI IAM page to Mark Newberry, who left us in elemen- tary days; To Stephen Kotz, o junior high memory, ond to Potty Climo, who departed this world in our sophomore year. Golden Memories Memories are treasures no one can steal, Deoth is a heartache no one con heal; Some may forget you now you ore gone. But we shall remember, no matter how long. Potty Climo V Stephen Kotz Mark Newberry 84 BEST OF THE BANDS (Favorite Group) 1. J. Geils Bond 2. Foreigner 3. Led Zeppelin Journey 4. Air Supply TOPS ON THE CHART (Favorite Song) 1. I Love Rock and Roll 2. Endless Love 3. Waiting for o girl Like You 4. Around the Diol In the Air Tonight Greatest Americon Hero TUNOr HKinr PICKS OF THE FLICKS (Favorite Movie of the Year) 1. Tops 2. Arthur 3. Roiders of the Lost Ark 4. Stripes 5. Private Lessons WHEELS WITH APPEAL (Favorite Cor) 1. Mustang 2. Porsche 3. Corvette 4. Trans-Am 5. Dotsun 280-Z CLASSES WITH CLASS (Favorite Subject at 5HS) 1. Psychology 2. Commons 3. Moth 4. Accounting 5. Typing WOMAN OF THE YEAR FAVORITE MUNCHES (Favorite Female Performer) (Favorite Food) 1. PotBenotor TV TURN-ONS 1 Pizza 2. Borbro Streisand 2. Chinese Food 3. Jonis Joplin (Fovohte TV Show) 3. Itolion Food 4. Miss Piggy 4. Losogno Stevie Nicks General Hospital M M ' s Bette Midler 2. Dynasty Steak 3. M A S H 4. Hill Street Blues 5. Magnum P.I. BEST MAN (Favorite Mole Performer) 1. Bob Seger 2. Timothy Hutton 3. Burt Reynolds 4. Alan Aldo 5. Bruce Springstein TOPS ON THE DIAL (Favorite Radio Station) 1. WCOZ94V2 FM 2. WXKS 108 FM 3. WBCN 104 FM 4. WAAF 107 FM 5. WHJY 94 FM PASSING THE TIME AWAY (Favorite Pastime) 1. Partying 2. Sleepin g 3. Being With Friends 4. Listening to Music 5. Dancing 85 Most Flirrorious Mark Lewis, Dionno DiCostro Craziest Deth Foster, John Quottrucci Nicest Smile Joe VIsser, Meg Schillinger Most Artistic Dottie Dotes, More Dusby Best L-okIng Jone Costo, Pot Totmon Best Dressed Stephanie Ingram, Gobi Scott 90 Cutest David McLellon, Coleen Klim Most Popular Mario Songiolo, John Quottrucci Most Hoppy-Go-Lucky Mark Jordan, Susie Goliogher Quietest Stanley Fortier Erin OLeory JUNIORS . . .A Lost Look As Underclassmen PARTICIPANTS IN THE FRAMINGHAM STATE HISTORICAL CONFERENCE: (Front) Jodi Rosemon, Priscill Geigis, Eric Rovner, More Springer, (2nd) Dovid Fronklin, PquIq Coin, Srephonie Osris, Cheryl Nowe Brian Beffencourt (Reor) John Loughnone, Allison Barry, Kim Lamplough, Denise Pinoud, Mis Judith Hamilton, Mr. James Gormley, Gus Companorio, Chris Van Haight 92 Lorry Smith, Stoughfon ' s leading rusher (Ed Homer blocking) David Suslowicz, Dovid Georin. and Mike Dousquer clown around in Commons - J 1 Joanne Morden, Fotimo Gorcio, and Lisa Piselli Sophomores will go to any height in hoi! decorating contest 95 SHS INTERNATIONAL CLUB: (Front) Jeff Blocker, Miss Clolre Bouin (2ncl)Suzy Berger, Kim Collohori, Elolne Norden, Poulo Joglello and Suzy Derger love New York, even Paulo Joglello, Sreven Smith, Chris Von Holght (3rd) Croig MIsner, Chris Nutting, Gory Rudmon, Donno Barlow, in the winrerflmel! Jennifer Boxter, Morlo Lorlvee, Betsy Kloymon, Alison Gobrlel. (Reor) Sue Sereno, Don Mohoney, Sue Steod, Jone Doy, Steven Barbell. SHIC OFFICERS: (Front) Jeff Blocker, president; Suzy Berger, vice president; Miss Kothy Honley receives aid in checking out possible coreer choices on the MOIS Clolre BouIn, odvlsor (Rear) Elolne Norden, secretory; Kim Collohon, secretory. computer locoted in the school librory. She is aided by Mrs. Patricio KIrkpotrlck. SHS Art Students ' projects ore disployed ot the more Christmas disploy from shs ort students at the Public Library Stoughron Public Library ohn McCarthy sells, sells, sells in the Campus Shoppe ass president Eddie Homer ond Jean Sestito put ishing touches on award-winning holl mural 11 i ! I ) 1- DECA: (Front) AAr. Ed Lefebvre, Liso La Cosse (2nd) Sue Voss, Karen DiGlorio, Dot Morrissey, Gino Hudson, Potti Wenskevich (Rear) Joanne Hendri, Dorlene McKoin, Froncine Tobin, Drod Weeks, John Russell, Lori Kermon, David Cocchi, Peter Olsen Dob Westbrooks and Kothy Honley moke " woves " while Mario Songiolo looks on " Happy Homemokers " Jodi Dovidson and Lisa Clough prepare for the Skerti Supper t ISS CLUD: (Front) Steve Kordoh, Cormelio Voliente, Paul Meskonis (IXeor) Mike . inon, Advisor Theo Kouffmonn, Chris Von Hoight This is what the Inrernorionol Club is really oil about (in New York City). 99 September welcomes the Closs of 1985 to 5HS OS school opens amidst the Proposition l h blues . . . John Hinckley pleads not guilty to on ortempted assossinotion of President Reogon; Mork Chopmon pleods guilty to killing John Lennon . , . Sondro-Doy O ' Connor becomes the first femole to sir on the Supreme Court . . . Egypt ' s Anwar el-Sodot arrests 15CX) opponents of his regime . . . ' Invosion " wins the first SHS " Battle of the Bonds " . . . Notionol Honor Socie- ty holds its Poncoke Dreokfost; the Closs of ' 80 hos a Sub Supf)er ... A Senior Reception joins students ond teochers . . . Reogon threotens Soviet Union with arms roce if disormoment does nor occur . . . Solidarity Congress colls for free elections in Polond , , . Sugar Roy Leonard defeats Thomas " Hit-Mon " Heoms for the welterweight chompionship. GOLF David Soitzmon David Soitzmon In action. John Wllczewski GOLF TEAM: (Front) David Soitzmon, John Wilczewski, Keith LoPorte, Poul Meskonis (l eor) CoQch Pete Everett, Scott Carlson, Gerard Walsh, Dennis Donahue Chris Gill 102 The SHS golf team headlined o very successful ' 81 season, capturing the top spot in the Hockomock Leogue alongside Oliver Ames. Under Coach Pete Everett, the u- nique bond of golfers established on impressive record of 8-2 in league ploy ond 10-2 overall. Though relatively unrecognized in the post, the golf team is rapidly making a name for itself at Stoughton High. The key to the team ' s success has been o group of consistent players, including the likes of John Wilczewski, Dovid Soitzmon, Keith LoPorte, Chris Gill, and Paul Meskonis. Though the golf squod will be losing seniors Wilczewski ond Soitzmon to graduation, Everett is confident his younger players will roke up the slock and prove very competitive in the yeors oheod. FIELD HOCKEY Coproin Ann Molinowski VARSITY: (Front) Dorcy MocDonold, Poulo Karoversos, Julie Polvinen, Ann Molinowski, Joan McGroth, Mouro McNomoro (Reor) Liso Aguior, Suzanne DIomsrrom, Michelle Dovis, Debbie Sworrz, Porry Quorrruc- ci, Yolondo Peno, Koren Teod, Maureen McGowon, Caroline Donoghue, Donno Derry. The vorsify field hockey teem concluded o respecroble ' 81 season, while posting upsets over the Hockomock Leogue ' s top reams. With o final record of 3-9-4, Cooch Borbora Dotchelder s girls finished fifth overoll. Among the highlights of the seoson Irv eluded Q 3-2 triumph over flrst-pioce Conton (which subsequently sent the Bulldogs Into second position) ond o tie with Foxboro ' s reigning chomplons. Co-coptoln Ann Molinowski, voted Hockomock League All-Sfor for the third consecutive yeor, wos the key to Stoughfon ' s success A very toiented ofhlefe, Molinowski eorned the multi- ple honors of " Best Ployer " In the Hockomock Le ogue, ond Patriot- ledger ond Drochton Enterprise All- Schotostic Awords She was olso elected coptoln of the Hockomock All-Stor squod In odditlon to Molinowski ' s ef- forts, vltol contributions to the field hockey team were mode by co- coptoin Julie Polvinen, os well os seniors Poulo Korovetsos, Kim Cotolono, Dorcy MocDonold, Joon McGroth, ond Mouro McNomoro Coptoin Julie Polvinen Poulo Korovetsos Mouro McNomoro Joon McGroth Kim Cotolono Ann Molinowski on the move. Cooch Borbora Botchelder offers some advice. SUDVAR5ITY: (Front) Jeonle Teod, Stephanie Ostis, Potty McGowon, Dione Dlomstrom, Koren Troki (Reor) Clorice Aguior, Koren MocDonold, Noncy PolozQ, Robin Droy, Mouro Tecror, Linda Pellegrino. Keith Galizio Dill Forrell Ted Barry Duorte Eduordo Rich Derrrom SOCCER Coproin Jim McNomorQ Paul Guiney and Al Teaor take a break. I I I 1 i.- ' VARSITY SOCCER (TOURNEY TEAM): (Front) Coach Mike Stuber, Ted Dorry, Keith Golizio, Copt. Lorry Poinren, Copt. Jim McNomoro, Duorte Eduordo, Rich Bertram, Bill Forrell (2nd) Steven Alfono, Tom Pointen, Chris Marshall, Joy Hansen, Bob Juegilewioz, George Coilohon, Buddy Lomplough (3rd) Al Tector, Doug Hodley, Poul Guiney, John Amorol, Joe Serpo, Eddie Freiros (Reor) Carlos Leal, Dovid Georin. I SUB-VARSITY: (Front) Jon Lipsky, Cathy Cole, Mike Cobb, Karen Ahern, Coach Steve Den- neno (2nd) Paul Clark, John Medeiros, Chris O ' Connor, Craig Chaplain, Dennis McGowon (Rear) John Homer, Dovid Cobb, Willy Hermon, Croig LoPorte, Joe Folvey, Joe Ambrosio. Steven Alfono in ocfion ogoinsr Foxboro. Once again, the varsity soccer team proved to be o Hockomock League power OS they finished 9-5-2, qualifying for tourna- ment ploy. Under the v otchful eye of Cooch Mike Sfuber, the Block Knights suf- fered o disoppointing 0-3 stort, only to bounce bock with nine wins. Much of the team ' s success con be ot- tributed to Stuber ' s superior cooching. Stuber ' s guidance, combined with junior scoring mochine John Amoral running the offense, and the defense of Keith Golizio, Doug Hodley, and captain Jim McNomoro, mode Stoughfon neorly unstoppable down the stretch. Stoughton captured an emotional viaory over Xoverlon in the final gome of the regular season to qualify for the South Sectional tournament, and then lost to the some Xoverion squad in the first round for the second year in o row. The Knights will lose six seniors, but with returning juniors such as Hodley, goolle Joe Silvo, and captain Lorry Pointen, Stuber is looking forward to another successful season. jjddy Lomplough, Chris Marshall, Dove Georin, and Coproln Lorry Poinren worch os Stoughron drives pwnfield. 105 DRILL TEAM (Front) lane NIcKerson. Noncy Roppollo. Ellso Jordln, Leslie DIno. Bridget TIbbets, Fotlmo Gordo, Louro DlCostro, Debbie Connell. Donno Fowler. Louro Sheedy (Reor) Copt Ann Porker, jeonltef Eogon, Looro CufdKfe, Oct ble Cofter, Deth Hurley. Jone Doy, Terry Thompson. Trido Sweeney. Kothy Stephonsky. Denlse Pinoud. Corlnne Corbett. Lyvette Smith. Copt Olone LoftI (Front) Dionne Lofti, Louro Sheedy, Erin MAJORETTES (Front) Copt. Sheila Keen, Copt. Debby Drodbury (Reor) Lyndo Welch, Susor O ' Leory (Reor) Deth Hurley, Jone Doy Sereno, Potty Sereno, Wendy Dolloff, Corol Wyndhom. 106 MAJORETTES DRILL TEAM Copfoin Dionne Lorf i CapfQin Ann Porker ' nl i " ' ' ! " " i " " ' ' " ' hrs OS the Majorettes do their routine: Sue Serene Wendy ollorf, Sheilo Keen, ond Debby Bradbury. Debbie Connell Donno Fowler Beth Hurley Jone NIckerson ond Korhy Srephonsky 107 108 Despite opening wins against Quincy end North Quincy, the SHS swim team suffered nine consecutive defeats before claiming tfieir third end lost vic- tory over Socred Heort of Veymouth. Coach Chris Brady ' s girls proceeded to lose their two final meets before closing the ' 81 season with o record of 3-11 Though the team wos plagued by o dismal record, highlights of the seoson Included consistently fine performances by Lisa Clough, on outstonding SHS swimmer who holds school records in the 200-yd. medley relay, the 50-yd. freestyle, the 100-yd. freestyle, ond the 40Oyd. freestyle reloy. She was subse- quently selected as o league oll-stor, and Jodl Davidson set o school record in the 200-yd. Individual medley. Also among the strong swimmers for the swim teom were Meg Schlllinger, who shattered the school record In the 500-yd. freestyle, ond Holly Roblchoud who disployed a voriety of swimming skills ond outstanding versatility. Meg Schilllnger Holly Robichoud SWIM TEAM: (Front) Cooch Chris Drody, Co-coptoin Liso Clough, Co-copfoin Jodl Davidson, Tino Golly. Corol Wyndtxjm, Sheri Arbit, Jill Kublin, Suzonne Polozo, Holly Robichoud, Meg Schillinger. (Rear) Liso Gold, Stephanie Sheff, Kristin Cody. Wendy Helperin, Linda Welch, Sheri Rosenthal, Soroh Brooks, Avivo Abelow, Karen Liccordi CROSS COUNTRY DOB RICCI CCXAPTAIN CROSS COUNTRY: (Front) Dove Jordan, Pot Dunne, Co-coptoin Bob Kicci, Lo-coproin Joy Eagles, John Veliofis. (2nd) Poul Bunson, Sfuorf Turok, Mitch Dmohowski, Joe Mosalsky. (Reor) Mark Vinocoor, Chris Veliotis, Chris Dunne, Andy Pidqeon. The SHS cross country feom heodlined a relotivety successful ' 81 season under Cooch John A. Hurley. Co-coptoins Bob Ricci and Joy Eogles led the bond of trockles to Q three-woy tie for third spot in the Hockomock League with Q duo! meet record of 5-3. Though the SHS harriers hod expected to dominote the leogue, on opening loss to King Phillip ond losses to surprisingly strong teonr s from Sharon ond Foxboro crushed Sroughton ' s chonces for the league title. In addition to Ricci ond Eagles, swift performers during the season included senior Pat Dunne, juniors Dave Jordon and Stuart Turok, and sophomores Paul Bunson and John Veliotis. Pot Dunne Dob Ricci finishes first. Ccxoptoins Joy Eogles and Bob Ricci confer with Coach John A. Hurley. Stuort Turok, Paul Bunson, and John Veliotis 109 Advisor Alice McAvoy folks with Coptoin Poulo McNolly Missy Goodkin, Julie Erickson, and Trocy Leorhers cheer the reom Sue Golleroni, Debbie Firzporrick, ond Toryn O ' Molley show oil their spirit! All of the cheerleaders work together CHEEf LEADERS In what could hove been o boring, apathetic year, the cheerleaders did their best to provide some kind of " school spirit " In our lives. Everyone spoke obout cutbacks in money, cutbocks in sports, cutbacks In teams, lack of spirit, and everything else that goes along with complolning. The cheerleoders didn ' t woste time whining or mooning what Is happening to school athletics. They went about doing the job they hod signed up for — serving os catalysts for the student body. Stor- ting with the first freshmon ossembly, when the new freshmen met o taste of " school spirit, " through the first (or leost In recent years) winter rally, the cheerleaders kept the fires going. At oil gomes, despite cold, heat, ond rough transportation, the ' leaders proctlc- ed, fjerformed, and Instilled some contagious enthusiasm in all sports and for all teoms. The rallies were voluntary, ond those who didn ' t core went home. Some of the gomes were packed, some were sparsely attended, but the cheerleaders were always there, for the cheerleoders! The four captains 110 SOCCER-HOCKEY CHEERLEADERS: (Front) Dione Mills, Angela Morofto, Copt. Mario O ' Con- nell, Advisor Alice McAvoy, Copr. Poulo McNolly, (Reor) Lisa Lone, Sue Golleroni, Liso Corolono, Sue McLellon, Donno Lynch, Julie Erickson Columbus Doy ond Holloween Egypt ' s President Anwor el-Sodof is ossosinoted ot o military porode: Hosni Muborok pledges continuity to Sodot ' s policies . . . Greot Dritlon ' s prisoners ' hunger strike ends wilti 10 deod ofter seven months . Lech Woleso re-elected cholrmon of Solidorlty Union . Former presidents Nixon, Ford ond Corter join in Egypt to mourn Sodot ' s death. Reogon stoys behind Senate approves $8 5 billion AWACS Arms Pockoge with Soudi Aroblo by Q slim margin . , 250,000 demonstrote in West Germony to oppose NATO ' s plons for weopons in Western Europe . . . 5HS Student Council holds donee while Closs of ' 85 has a supper . . DECA holds o Holloween Porry for exceptional citizens while the Closs of ' 82 has o Holloween Donee for students . Body of Lee Harvey Oswold, occused ossossin of President John F. Kennedy, is exhumed for further identifications resulting in end of many ideos of con- splrocy . . . TV ' s " Hill reet Clues " receives eight Em- mys . . . Borboro Mondrell wins County Music Associo- tlon ' s Entertoiner of the Year A word . Los Angeles Dodgers win World Series from New York Yonkees , . . ond good-bye to the I64 postage stomp. Judi Doyle ond Potty Fedorowicz hold fhe bonnet with pride! FOOTBALL-BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS: (Front) Doryl Cook, Deb Fitzpotrick, Judi Doyle, Jonine Finloyson, Trocy Leathers, Missy Goodkin (2nd) Doris Forrell, Donna McLeod, Elaine Lonzo, Paulo Klim, Rito Silvo (Rear) Copt. Potty Fedorowicz, Copt. Steph Welch CAPTAIN SOCCER-HOCKEY CHEERLEADERS Poulo McNolly CAPTAIN FOOTBALL-BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS Pofty Fedorowicz CAPTAIN FOOTBALL-BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS Pott! Fedorowicz Mike Pires goes up high for Oversfreet ' s pass. SUD VARSITY: (FronO Assf. Coach Paul Freeman, Kevin Dushlow, Mike Perry, Tim Bishop, Scort Dreen, Jo Steinberg, John Kennedy, Coach Joe Powers. (2nd) Mark Arnold, Fied Campbell, Tony Novello, Terrence Caller dor, John Durbo, Kevin ' Vynarr, Jock Coopersrein, Mike Lynch. Joy Homer (3rd) Tim Finch, Eddie Doly, BriOj. Plunkerr, Rob Collonon, Mike Wiseman, Paul Masalsky, Billy Coe. (Rear) Bobby Fedorowicz, Robert Orlondq Jon Bloom, Joel Taylor, Paul Gelly, Joy Tisdole, Joe Ducey, Richord White, Peter Schiffer. I 112 :ofQ AR5ITY: (Front) Coach Paul Freeman, Capr. Kevin Moriorry, Copf. Ed Homer, Capf. Ricky Fergus, Copr. Kevin Donnelly, Ron Hov es, Chris Walsh, Mck Quorrrucci, Gobi Scorr, Tim Plunkerr, Head Coach Jock Cosgrove. (2nd) Cooch Joe Powers, John Golonls, Larry Smirh, Tom Zine, Scorr Neville, vAark Harding, Mike Keene, Kevin Berts, Mike Pires, Billy Sheehon, Coach Bob Ashley. (3rd) Coach Ed Coffey, Bill Young, Jim Overstreer, Adorn )oyle, Paul Callanon, Glen Moore, Tom Boeto, Fronny Homil, Dorrin Jordon, Jim Compbell. (4th) Peter Cottom, Joy Steinberg, Kevin Bushlow, vAike Lynch, Mark Arnold, Kevin Wynont, Scott Breen, Tony Novello, Brian Plunkett, Tim Bishop. (Rear) Peter Schiffer, Paul Mosolsky, John Burba, Aike Perry, Terrence Collender, Rob Colionan, Eddie Daly, Fred Campbell, John Kennedy, Jock Cooperstein, Jay Homer. (Monoger Steve Murroy n front) Tim Plunkett, Chris Walsh, ond Mark Hording lead the Knights into bottle. Hording returns o kickoff. i FOOTBALL Despite o record of 1-8-1, the Bloch Knights experienced o fotrtyoood season. With o student populotlon of opproxlmote- ly 1700. o roster of 47 bodies lltustrotes on obvious lock of por- tidpotlon. Throughout this frustrotlng seoson, however, in which o record number of seven quorterbocks were used, the Block Knights proved tfiemselves to be o dedicated ond talented group of othletes. Though itTe Knights fielded primorily o senior squod. many underclassmen mode immense contributions in tight situotlons. Four memtjers of the leom were nomed to the 1981 All- Hochomoch Leogue Sc)uod. They were Seniors Kevin Moriorty (offensive tocWe) ond Ed Homer (offer«lve end), ond Junlots Dortn Jordon (defensive nose guord) ond Lorry Smith (offen- sive holfbock). Heod Cooch Jock Cosgrove ond his stotf fmve worked tirelessly for the teom, ond his efforts shoukj begin to beor fruit next yeor. Before sustaining o broken colkffbone, sophomore quorfer- bock Jim Overstreer led o dongerous Stoughron offense, ttwowing to receivers like Tim Plunkett. Mork Hording, ond Jim Campbell. The won-toss record this yeor simply did not teU the story of this season. The Block Knights went ctown to the wire with two leoms thot were ronked In the top five In the division. The North Altleboro gome wos a ploure of desire as Sroughfon ' s defense oB but shut down the second most powerful offense in Olvlston 3. N.A. scored with Just seconds remoinlng to just borely escape the biggest upset of the season. Three weeks later, Stoughton troveled to Somerset to fcKe, ot that rime, the No. 1 ranked team in division 0. Once again Stoughron surpris- ed rtieir opponents by shutting down their powerful offense ond running right through the Somerset defense. The outcome was o dlsoppointing 22-18 loss, but the Block Knights hod pro- ven to be powerful contenders. Gobi Scort Mike Keene Mork Hording Scott Neville Rick Quorrrucci Kevin Berts Tom Zine Cooch Jock Cosgrove 113 " It beots eofing it! ' Toh-Doh!! ' ' Momo-Mio! " HOMECOMING QUEEN, COURT AND (ESCORTS): (Tom DeNopoli), 1980 Queen Pom Sawyer, (Rich Tepper), Derh Collins, Ellen McCarthy, (Jim McNomoro), 1981 Queen Mario Songiolo, (John Quortrucci), Julie Polvinen, (Bob Ricci), Srephonie Welch, (Peter Guimond). HOMECOMING SKETTI SUPPER OCT. 24, 1981 (PHOTOGRAPHY; Homecoming. DIockwell; SkeftI Supper, J Eogles) 114 CROWNING OF THE QUEEN: Dovid Dreen, president, SruC; ' 80 Queen Pom Sawyer; Si Queen Morio Songiolo, Dr. John Murroy, superintendent of schools. (In rear, Robert Ricci ond Srephonie Welch). " Try if — you ' ll like it! " Whor ' s John up fo now? 115 November, the month of Thanksgiving and Veterans Day . . . Reogon Is victorious os Con- gress approves the sole of AWACS to Soudi Aroblo, upsetting the Mideost . . . David Stockman offers his resignation os Reogon refusesi Wchord Allen solicits (?) ond Japan agrees! . . . Columbia ' s second lift-off o success . . . " The Bottle Bill " finoily passes . . . " The Greot Lynn Fire " . . . Stoughton ' s Speciol Town Meeting funds only one-fourth of School Committee ' s re- quests . . . Stoughton Town Holl celebrotes its one-hundredth birthday . . . Morlo Songlolo is crowned Homecoming Queen . . . Seniors hold " Skerti Supper " . . . Knights lose to Bulldogs . . . Anti-nuke protests in Europe . . . Princess Diana pregnant ... Liz Taylor oppears on " General Hospital. " Tall : Vent Cashing in on the Sophomore " Sub Supper " ore Jeff DiMotteo, president; Kim Costo, vice-president; Fotimo Gorcio, treosurer; and Mrs. Ellen Griffin, advisor. DECA opens the new Campus Shop with the help of smiling cashiers Lori Kermon, Deidre Harlow and Lisa LoCosse. The Student Council ' s " 50 ' s Donee " shows students how life was when the fads included poodle skirts, white socks and rolled-up jeans. 116 The Senior ' s " Holloween Donee " brought our oil types of costumes including Pom Forrell as she displays the newest in baby fashions and Diane Lotti bringing Raggedy Ann to life. Julie Polvinen and Kim Cotolono compere in Q flopjoci race during rhe Norionol Honor Sociery ' s " Poncoke Breokfost. " Alrhough Juniors Suson Goffney and Debbie Sworrz would climb any mounroin ro help rheir doss win rhe " Splrir Holl " conresr, Sophomore Suson Golleroni (inser lefr) and Senior Linda Russell (inser righr) help rheir dosses ro win rhis Thanksgiving evenr. Ready ro serve you or rhe Senior ' s " Skerri Supper " ore Diane Whyre, Roberr Wesrbrooks, Dovid Breen ond Dob Sciolerti. he Srudenr Council ' s " Borrle of rhe Bonds " liings Tony Freeman, Word Clifford and heir group, " Invasion " inro rhe winner ' s Ircle. Mrs. Borboro O ' Donnell (cenrer) inrroduces foreign exchange srudenrs Juon Rodrigues of Mexico and Brirro Eisenberger of Wesr Germony ro rhe school. 117 InrernorionQl events doim much of public orrention os con- iroveisy ond diplomocy peok oil over the globe obove oil Polood dedores on Inietnol stote of wof and imposes mot- tiol low on its citizens hord-fought socio! ond economic goins ochieved by the SoKdority lobor union oie lost ond the union itself is obolished . ' Time s ' Mon of the Yeor. Lech Woleso, is confined by Polish outhotlties . ot first, union; memlDers reoc by striking in foctories. mines, ond shipyotds, but eventuolly ttve protests diminish - . President Reogon Im- poses ecor omic soncrtons on Poland ond the Soviet Union. The violence ond unrest ore slowly quelled but the reforms goln- ed by Solldoriiy ore not reinstoted the President is worried by reports thot terroiist " hit squods ' hove been sent to the U S by ISAuommor Goddofl. Libyo s rodicol leoder Upheovol continues in Centrol Amerlco . Ivoel onnexes the Golon Heights ond is subsequently rebuKed by numerous world foc ' :; Hons the stote redlsrrlcting contioversy involves Con- ' gresspersons Morgoret Heckler ond Borney Fronk the government briefly runs out of money, but on emergency funding nieosure restores solvency the gorboge piles up os New York Ory sonltotlon workers remoin on strike Notolie WocxJ dies the Pottlots finish their worst season ever Donny AInge becomes o Celtic . . unemployment reaches o new peok . . . on tfw SHS scene, the musicol " Sreose ' ploys to huge audiences, the second peiformonce coming on the night of o two-foot snowstorm which closed schools for two doys the four closses ond Student Council spotisor a successful Winter Donee music students perform in the onnuol WIntet Con- cert the winter sports seoson begins , . holidoy time is here ' ' mm J Entering the " rime machine " bock ro the 1950 ' s ore: (front) Mario O ' Connell, Louro Sweeney, Mortho Myers, Cheryl Klim and (rear) Sue DiGiompierro, Lori Interronre, llene Springer, and Morio Songiolo. Teen Angel (David Dreen) tries to persuode Frenchy (Chrissy Kelleher) ro go bock to high school in " Beoury School Dropout. " Kenlckie (John Whittingron) exploins why his " Greased Lightnin ' " Is greet with the help of Roger (Donny Remmes) ond Danny (John Quottrucci). The doss curies, Potty (Morrho Myers) and Eugene (Michoel Jockmon), do their best to be o port of the ' Mogic Chonges. " Hanging out on the school steps during lunch ore: (Top ro Bottom l ows) Poul Egersheim, Eric Mclntyre. Michael Ferrini. John Whirtington. Dill Sfensrrom. David Sfolow. Danny fXemmes and (Bonnie DeSilvo ►■-( . ' . ' I, , ' .1 ecember 4 5, 1981 The hit muslcol " Gfeose " wos truly o hit at Sioughion High School OS mote thon 1500 ovid 1950 ' s fom fHled the oudttorlum over the two nights. The energetic cost wos led by vereron performers John (Oonny) Quonrucd, ond Morto (Sondy) Songloto The lotge crowds thrilled to prcxJuctlon numbers In- dudfng " Summer Nights. " We Go Together, " oi d " Greased Ughtenln ' . " Due to trerT enctous resporue orK) rhe snowstorm which hindered ottendonce Dec. 5, on erKore performorKe was presented Wednesdoy, December 23. which wos open to the student body Directed by Mrs Undo Dolon. the lorge cost brillionriy recreoted the otmosphete of the 1950 ' s, to pro- duce o most memoroble musicol. The cost Inducted John Ouottruccl, Morio Songlolo. John WhitTlngton. Goyle Oelllveou, Dovid Stolow. Cheryl Klim, Dan- ny Remmes, Chrlssy Kelleher, Ronnie DeSlhro. Mottho Myers, MIchoel Jockmon, Stephonle Welch, JessKo Kerwin, Alls jn Gobriel, Robert Westbrooks, DovId Breen, Allison GcxxJmon, Mork Torbox. Steven Smith, Morto O ' Conneh. Dill Sterutrom, Lorl Interronte, Jim Mootos, Prlsclllo Gelgls, Billy Mootos, Louro Sweeney, John Homer, Suson Oortdoll, MIchoel Ferrinl. Susan OlGkHTipletro, Eric Mdntyre, Ann Mollnowskl, llene Sprir ger, Paul Egershelm, ond Suson Sererra. ththe •njoying the Pojofno Party ore Marty (ployed here by stand-in Jessico Kerwin), Sandy (Mario Songiolo), Jon Cheryl Kllm), Betty Rizzo (Goyle Belliveou), and Frenchy (Chrissy Kelleher). Stephanie Welch as Morty sings " Freddie My Love " to o round of opplouse. 1 i -io« ' SS Lynch (Alison Gobriel) welcomes everyone to I ' dell High ' s Class of 1957 Reunion. Doddy (Ronny DeSllvo) sings and ploys his masterpiece " Magic Chonges " to the bock-up of Donny (John Quot- trucci), Roger (Danny Remmes) Kennickie (John Whittington) ond Sonny (Dovid Stolow). ■ 2 ' And rhe senior mosr likely ro . Dovid Dreen ond Jodi Dovidson live if up (Mike Jockmon ond Priscilla Geigis look on) Diane Whyre ond Allison Goodman — our elves WINTER DANCE " Knights in White Satin ' ' sponsored by Student Council and oil dosses Decennber 11, 1981 122 SNOW QUEEN, PRINCESSES. AND ESCORTS; Darlene Inrrovesoro (Mrs. Clous). Rick Quorrruc- ci, Missy Goodkin, Don Chipmon. Queen Colleen Klim. Carol Windhom. Roberr Foiso, ¥ ' 2 Mohon. Paul Hurchinson, Bruce Dolinsky (Sonro). In her third yeor os o gymnosr. Party Cummings led the gymnastics team as highest scorer. Under the coaching of Lourie Motto, Cummings ond her team- mates finished with a 2-12 record Highlights of the season included o 70.0-60.4 win over Foxboro ond or least five meets in which the girls scored more rhon 90 points. Unfortunately, o number of close matches were lost due to the illness of squad members. A formidoble contender in oil events, Cummings averaged 29.6 points eoch meet. Freshman Kim F omoine also proved to be a consistent gymnast, taking second place for Stoughton in every event. In od- dltion to Cummings and F omoine, outston- ding performers for the gymnostics team included Jody Rosemon (vouit), Ann Bender (uneven porollel bars, bolonce beom), Dionno DiCostro (balance beam, floor exercise), and Louro Loring (floor exercise). Cooch Laurie Motto Potty Cummings Ann Bender Dionno DiCostro Dionno DiCostro Ann Bender GYMNASTICS TEAM: (Front) Kim Romoine, Dionno DiCostro, Potty Cunnnnings, Ann Bender, Modoline Moce, Rose Lynch (Reor) Chris Rush, Tommy Mogner, Louro Loring, Jody Rosemon, Doreen McNeil, Stocy Lyerlo, Janet Melvin, Cooch Laurie Motto. 123 VARSITY HOCKEY: (Front) Keith LoPorte, Robert Pushee, Drod Weeks, Jim McNomoro, Coprain Mike Undo, Coproin Johin Russell. Refer Cottom, Dov Weeks (Rear) Coptoin Keith Golizio, Dovid Georin, Mike Bousquette, Scott Mackenzie, Dob Loose, Peter Bishop, Richard Droy, Wayne Aronson, Tor Novello, Tim Bishop, Rich Undo, John Murray, Mike Alconodo, Coach Roy O ' Molley (Not Presenr) Ron Howes. Paul Fountain. Brad Weeks Rob Pushee Storting the year os underdogs, Sfoughfon ' s vorsity hockey team re- versed thot initiol impression and finished 11-8-1, good for third in the tough Hockonnock Leogue. Facing co- chompion Canton, Stoughton suffered three hard-fought losses, while toking two of three from a new rival. Southeostern ftegionol. Stoughton distinguished itself by ploying a coor- dinated, team-oriented style under Coach Ray O ' Molley. Seniors Ron Howes, Brad Weeks, and Keith Golizio, along with Mike Dousquet, led the Block Knight offensive attack. While the large senior contingent will be missed, the line of John Murroy. Richard Dray, ond Bousquet con be expected to take up the slock .n their third year of vorsity ploy. Also returning to help the Block Knight cause will be David Georin, Len Intrevasoto, ond gooltender Dove Weeks. Rob Pushee looks on os Drod Weeks bottles for the puck. Ron Howes Paul Fountoin Ron Howes in action against Southeostern. CoQCh Roy O ' Molley ond seniors Rob Pushee, Brod Weeks, Pete Bishop, Keith Golizio, John Russell, Mike Alcondo, Mike Undo, Jinn McNomoro. )tr Mockenzie ond Pete Bishop take some pressure off Paul Fountoin with some werful bock-checking. SUB-VARSITY: (Front) Paul Meideiros, Mark Geronne, John Howe, Kevin Ccliohon Paul Ahern, John Dowgos, Chris O ' Connor, Robert Collanon (3rd) Fron Hommel, David Cobb, Ricky Stone, Rich Hern, Bobby Cronin (Rear) Coach Don Mork, Mike Vomer, John Medeiros. 125 Coptoin Jock Moloney CoptQin Dove McLellon Mark Jordan Dnon Pires VARSITY: (Front) Brian Pires, Copfoin Jock Moloney, Jeff DiMoneo, Greg Muldoon, Coptoin Dove McLellon, Coach Tom Buckley (2nd) Mark Lewis, Mork Jordan, Kevin Riddell, Croig Cohen, Ed Doly (Reor) Mork Minuitti, Mike Siegol, Lou Monrestino, Chris Chomberlin, Kevin Moson, John Corbett. Mark Lewis Mike Fotiy CoQch Tom I3uckley confers with sub-vorsity ream. Mark Minuirti Croig Cohen WRESTLING Under coproins Jock Moloney and David McLellon, the v resfling reom completed Its 1961-82 season with o record of 0-9-2. The underdog Sroughton squad posted a respec- table loss ogoinsr undefeated Quincy, one of many formidable Suburban Leogue teams. The Knights were overcome 36-27, during the final motches of the meet. Against Hockomock League rivol Froriklin, 5HS settled on a tie with four consecutive pins by Mork Jordon, Chris Chomberlin, Ed Daly, and Jock Moloney. With underclossmen Jeff DiMotteo, John Cor- bett, Ed Doly, Kevin Wddell, ond Chomberlin returning next yeor. Coach Tom Buckley is understondably optimistic about the future. DiMotteo ond Riddell did well in the Eastern Moss. SeCTionol Tourney, placing second and fourth respeaively. r Dove McLellon works from rhe top 126 Dob Ricci looks for rhe open mon. John Golonis orremprs to penefrore rhe Franklin zone. BOYS BASKETBALL I Coproln Dob Ricci Mike Doucene LEAGUE CHAMPS Rich Tepper Kevin Moriorty Rick QuotTrucci Darin Jordan works his inside magic. 130 VARSITY: (Front) Darin Jordan, Kevin Moriorty, Bob Ricci, Jim Durley, Jeff Peterson, Jim Overstreet (Rear) Coach John Douglas, Rich Tepper, Mike Doucette, Roy Frolin, John Golonis, Steve Teplitz, Rick Quottrucci, DovicJ Jordan. (The yearbook staff regrets that the team picture wos token during the absence of Lorry Smith.) | i I Coach John Douglas advises his vorsity squad. Success ho5 long been o rrodirion for rhe boskerbotl feom o( Sfoughron High School, and rhe 1981-1982 efllrion did mcxe rhon continue (he troditlon, they enhonced it. The Bloch Knights nwched to o 13-3 secjson (15-3 overoll), good for o shore of the Hochomock Leogue Chompion- ship ond Sfoughron ' s first tournoment berth In four yeors. Cooch John Douglos ' smoll but speedy squod dlsployed on exciting brond of reom-ortented bosketboll. With possibly the best press in ttie leogue, Sroughton was Oble to force numerous turnovers ond convert them into fosr-breok boskets. Applying Intense pressure, the Knights coukj run off eight or ten points ot o stretch ond turn o gome otound. Throughout rhe seoson, rhe Knighrs were led by rfie oll-oround petformooce of Copfoin Bob Ricci. the team s teoding scorer. " A reol sporkplug, " occording to Douglos, fticci showed his ability to dominore the gome for short periods of time with strong defensive pressure ond offen- sive firepower, Ttie remainder of the Block Knight ottock was compris- ed of role players wtio combined for conslsrenr produc- tion. Junior David Jordon established himself ot the point- guord position, while Mike Ooucetfe utilized his outside shooting obllity to score from the off-guord spot. Under Hie bosket, Dorin Jordon took odvontoge of his fine leap- ing obllity ond strength to challenge for offensive re- bounds. Lorry Smirh olso worked from the low position, while occoslonolly electrifying the crowd with dazzling drives to the bosket. At both ends of rhe court, Rich lep- per ond John Gotonls were Involuoble ossets coming off the bench In rhe showdown of the seoson, before o pocked crowd in the SH5 gymnosium, ttie Block Knights took on d 073 victory ogolnst Oliver Ames to doim their shore of the Hockomock Leogue title. Ricci poured in 24 points ond Dovid Jordon ocided 20. ond some fine possing to snotch the victory In rhe first round of the Division I tournoment, rhe Block Knights were defected by D C. High, 61-48 The Knights never gor their offense clicking ond DCs toller fronrcourt prevolted. The gome wos lost in ttie second quorrer when B.C. outscored Stoughton Not to be outcJone, Stoughton s sub-vorslty ployers took the undisputed Hockomock Leogue chompionship, posting o 14-2 record. This squod, okDng with severol retur- ning vorsity ptoyers, keeps prospects for the SH5 basket- boll future positive ond promising. Mitch Dmohowski bottles his rivals for the boll. 5UD-VAR5ITY (Front) Cooch Chorles Vuyrowicz, Gerard Wolsh, Ed Stotkeiwicz, Mork Arnold, Jeff Swortz, Russ Stevens (2nd) Bill Whirtington, Paul Mosolsky, Dennis Donohue, Scotf Carlson, Mitch Dmohov ski (Reor) Joy Tisdole, Peter Frederickson, Mike Wiseman. Russ Stevens loses the boll to o Franklin opponent. GIRLS BASKETBALL Coproin Ann Molinowski Jone Doyle Copfoin Beth Collins Jone Doyle ' s foll-owoy jump shor. PquIq Korovetsos Dorcy MocDonold 11 1 Cooch Denise McCarthy The girls ' versify bosketboll ream, under co- CQpfoins Ann Molinowski and Beth Collins, bounced bock from lost year ' s dismol 4-14 standing to post on Impressive record of 11-8. Cooch Denise McCarthy ' s girts finished fourth overall In the Hockomock Leogue. Molinowski, noted for her athletic prowess, led the team In scoring with on overoge of 12 points and 10 rebounds eoch gome. Underclossmen Down Young ond Dionne Blomstrom led flrst-yeor Cooch Jonice Ferretti ' s subvorsify squad to o 17-2 record, giving Cooch McCorthy on optimistic outlook for the yeors oheod. (I VARSITY: (Front) Sue Blomsfrom, Stephanie Liullo, Copfoin Beth Collins, Copfoin Ann Molinowski, Potty Quoftrucci, Cooch Denise McCorthy (Reor) Dorcy MocDonold, Cheryl Klim, Jone Doyle, Poulo Korovefsos, Ann Pelligrino. Ann Molinowski shoots fo score for the Knights. Derh Collins hurls the boll post o Conton opponent. Ann Molinowskl grobs o rebound as Poulo Korovetsos gets involved. (fa. The New Yeor is here, but the first month of 1962 finds more than its shore of turmoil ond frogedy . . . 76 people die in on oirplone crosh in Woshington, D C , ten days loter, o jet slides off the runwoy of Logon Airport, landing In Boston Horbor ond leoving two Massochusetts residents presumed deod . . the notion Is porolyzed by the coldest winter In memory . mudslides in Colifornio produce Incredible destruc- tion . . mortiol low In Polond drogs on and Solidarity leoder Lech Woleso still Is not free . . . minor eorth- quokes occur in New Englond ... the President delivers his Stote of the Union address to o countty deep in recession . . Governor King sues The Boston Globe for libel . . on the sports scene, Clemson is number one in the country, while Son Francisco tops Cincinnati in the Super Oowl . the Patriots sign o new heod cooch. Ron Meyer . . Tony Conlglioro suf- fers o mossive heart ottock . 0 pipe bursts in the boiler, leoving 5HS without heot ond students for two doys . , . Ann Mollnowski Is selected to " The Enter- prise " All-Scholostic Field Hockey team ... 40 SHS students toke o four-day trip to New York City, spon- sored by the Internorlonol Club Suzy Derger ond Pouio Joglello or New York ' s Museum of NorurQl History Rosemary Lyr»ch in vouWng comperlrlon UZNTER Anorher great save by Poul Founroin Table scene or the Winter Donee includes Koren Connolly, Drod Noble Ann Solver- son, Joe Clark, Jim Noble, Sracy Richmond. STUDENT COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMIHEE: (Front) Dovid Breen, Mr. Weiner. (2nd) Priscillo Geigis, Dob Westbrooks, Morio Songlolo, Chris Walsh, Tom Donnelly. (3rd) Chrissy Kelleher, Angela Mororto, Debbie Swortz, Derh Collins, Maura McNomora, Rlso Fisher, Beth Hurley, Debbie Connell. (Rear) Christine Morino, Mike Anderson, Steven Alfono, Tricio Sweeney, Marie Dmohowski, Debbie Hostings, Allison Dorry, Donna Fowler, Daryl Cooke. 1 STUDENT ADVISORY BOARD: (Front) Pom Forrell ' 82; Dovid Breen, Choirmon-Qt-Lorge, Chrissy Kelleher, Regionol Rep.; Mr. Weiner, Consultonr. (Reor) Pouio Klim ' 85; Poul Mosolsky ' 84; Bob Westbrooks, Alt. Reg. Rep. (Missing) Priscillo Geigis ' 83 Secretory. CLASS OF ' 83 EXECUTIVE BOARD: (Front) Rlso Morcus, Donno DiMotteo. (2nd) Kim Crifo, Jone Horrington, Debbie Swortz, Cheryl Klim, Koren O ' Neil, Morio O ' Connell. (3rd) Stephonie Ciuilo, Morie Dmhowski, Debbie Brodbury, Allison Borry, Denise Pinoud, Emily Morris, Debbie Corter, Anne Croft. (Rear) Jockie Beouot, Corolyn White, Nancy Sommor- co, Sheilo Keen, Debbie Stenstrom, Potty Quottrucci, Mory Beth Tyer. Jeff DiMorteo Pres. Kim Costo Vice-Pres. CLASS OF ' 64 EXECUTIVE BOARD; (Front) Jeff DiMorteo, Mrs. Griffin. (2nd) Fotimo Gorcio, Liso Piselli, Kim Costo, Fred Campbell, Eloine Lonzo. (3rd) Debbie Fowler, Dory! Cooke, Avivo Abelow, Soroh Brooks, Wendy Helper, Holly Martin, Robin Bergeron, Tricio Sweeney. (Rear) Dennis Donofiue, Lyndo Welchi, Sheri Rosenthal, Suson Miller, Tricio Lorenz, Jennifer Litwock, Liz Medieros, Liso Petruzzi, Ann Morgoret Finch, Lori Ann Murray, Sue Germoine. ' 84 CONT.: (Front) Poulo Niosi, Julie Bradbury. (2nd) Donno McCloud, Kothy Srephonsky, Trocey Leathers, Luonne Smith, Donna Borlow. (Reor) Poulo Dorboto, Stephanie Sheff, Kim Clickstein, Brooke Goldstein, Cindy Bingomon, Debbie Winn. I r. Kevin McCormick Advisor CLASS OF ' 85 EXECUTIVE BOAP.D: (Front) Mr. Kevin McCormick, Richord White. (2nd) Joy Tisdole, Chris Jordan, Tom Donnelly, Rick Meyers. (3rd) Poulo Klim, Lisa Puliri, Lisa Voss, Joanne Frozier, Liso Bousquet, Kothy McLelleon. (Rear) Kim Mohone, Kim Handel, Sheri Berger, Michelle Tempkin, Cori Gilmore, Toro Donnelly, April Kendrigon. 139 Are oil of those red carnations for you? " HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS: (Front) Jeon Sestito, vice-president; Smito Join, president (Reor) Kim Cotoiono, secretory; Diane Shifmon, treasurer. ;,H ' .;HAp-tr, national HONOR SOCIETY (Front) Smito Join. Mr Mich ael Nossise. odvisor (2nd) Jeon Sestito, Dione Shifmon, Kim Cotoiono. Steven Smith. John Whittington, Jeff Blocker (3rd)Julie Cotter. Julie Shipps. Liso Clough. Jone Doy. Chen Nestor. Mike Jockmon, Bruce Dolinsky. Dovid Stolow (4th) Heidi Heberling. Kothy Honley. Lorrie Glovsky. Riso Fishier. Suzy Derger. Nathan Rudin. Kolvis Kirsis, Tim Lyons, Andreo Soperstein, Judy Weiss (Reor) Chris Lindsay. Ed Homer (Not Pre- sent: Joy Eagles, Dob Rivers. Julie Polvinen, Liso Horn) NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Under the careful planning ond direction of officers Smito Join, Jeon Sestito, Kim Cotoiono, Dione Shifmon, and odvisor Mr. Michoel Nossise, the Notionol Honor Society experienc- ed Q successful yeor of octiviries, including o Poncoke Breakfast in October, Flower Doy on February 12, a donee, ond Sundoe Supper. The money from these events will be used for the National Honor Society Schoiorship Qworded during groduotion, ond as o subsidy to help defroy the cost to those students who toke Advonced Plocement Exominotions. In order to quolify for membership In the society, Q student must hove demonstrated obility in the cotegorles of scholarship, service, leadership and chorocter. mointoined on overall grode overage of 66, and be involved in extro-curriculor ond community octlvitles. 140 1982 INDUCTEES: (Front) Louro Sheedy, Ann Porker. Suson Sreod, Noncy Moon (Reor) Moureen O ' Donnell, Chrissy Spurr, Sron Forrier, Brion Pires, Dovid Breen. Norionol Merit Commendorion: Julie NQfionol Merit Commendation: Notional Merit Commendation: Notional Merit Commendation: Paul Shipps Michael Jockmon Kolvis Kirsis LeBlonc ' inner VFW Speech Contest; Prisclllo Junior associate member Women ' s eigis Club: Joon McGrath Junior ossociote member Women ' s Club: Jeon Sesriro Junior ossociote member Women s Club: Julie Polvinen 141 hi ruan The inols ot Woyne Wlllioms (Arlanro murders), Clous Von Dulow (high sociery scondoO end Oorry LocKe (MDTA corrup- rion) rop the heodltnes U S involverrienT m El Solvodor creofes mojor controversy President I eogan projects huge budger deficirs for the neor future rrogedy srrihes Jopon (24 deed tn oirptone crash) end the North Arlonric (117 deed when oil ng smJss) rhe Pope moHes his first rrlp obrood since his shooTing the previous spring visiting Africo , Reogon pro- mores hts New Federalism " Oefre Dovis Eyes is the number one song or rhe Grommy Awards , Quincy Jones picks up five Grommys while John Lennon ond YoKo Ono ' s Double Fontosy wir« rhe besr olbum oword former governor, Michoet Dukokis, wins rhe store Democroric caucuses the f ed Sox sign Mork Fidrych for o rryour os spring rroining begtns " Voyne Grerzky rewrlres the MHt record book . Volenrine s Day visits 5HS ond o computer mofch-up provides students with lisrs of rheir most comporibte dossmores over 1200 flowers ore delivered by rhe Honor Society on rhe trodirionol Flower Doy . both boys bosketboH reoms coprure HockomocK Leogue chompionships rhe Jozz Choir places FI( ST in rhe All-New England jozz competition ot the University of New Hompshire the Jazz Bond ploces fourth in the UNH competition Tim Lyons ond Nothon f udin ore oomed finolisrs in the Notionol Merit Scholarship competition. Co-moderoror Dovid Dreen conTrols discussion or rhe Meeting Recording the proceedings ond counting rhe votes ore Beth Hurley ond Debbie Connell. 5HS students model Stoughton ' s form of government ot the Mock Town Meeting Joy Eagles mokes his point cleor MOCK TOWN MEETING March 2, 1982 Oft Tuesday, March 2 Sfougtitoft High Sctiool snxJents pOftlcJpored in o simulored presenrotion of Town Meeting Tho Mock Town Meeting, sponsored by the Student Council, gove ii j ierin on oppomjnlty to express tt elr opinions on rrtony issues concerning the school environrnent DovKJ Dreen ond Prtscltto Gelgis octed os co-rr oderotors. following porllomentory procedure ond closely odhering to the pro- cedures of on ocTuol Town Meeting, Students discussed orvj voted on ortides concerning ot- lendonce policy student pnvileges exifO urriculCK octivittes, ond smoking privileges. Student Council presents the results of ttie Mock Town Meeting to the Sch x t CommitTee ond High School odmlnisttotton for possible octton ond potlcy dxxiges While worklrtg to find consfruolve solutions to school pro- blenrts, students received o useful lesson In the functtooing of kxol governnrient. The " Doord of Selectmen " : Priscillo Geigis, Allison Goodmon, Chrissy Kelleher 142 Mike Mulloney expresses his opinion (Tricio Sweeney holds the mike cord) MorTho Myers John Whirtingron Robert Westbrooks Judy Weiss Stage crew members Joy Homer, John Homer, and Mike Ferrini assemble " Greosed Lightning. " Poul Egersheim, John Homer, and Bob Westbrooks Dovid Breen Jodi Davidson ploy it cool prior to " Greose. " THESPIAN SOCIETY (Front) Gus Componorio, Susan Crondoll, Christine Kelleher, Sue DiGiompietro, Paul Egersheim, John Homer, Alison Gabriel, Undo Loring, Judy Thomos, Christino Moins (2nd) John Quottrucci, Anne Croft, Morio Songiolo, Mortho Myers, Jodi Dovldson, Steven Smith, Suson Sereno, Jessica Kerwin, Priscillo Geigis (Reor) Michoel Jockmon, Mork Hurley, David Stolow, Dovid Dreen, John Whittington, Robert Westbrooks, Stephanie Welch, Judy Weiss. 143 Fred Tibefs, drum major, direas the SH5 bond during the holf time show of the Thanksgiving gome. STAGE BAND: (Front) Maureen O ' Donnell, Pom Forrell, Louro Sweeney, Prisciiio Geigis (2nd) Jeff Cohen, Mark Hurley, Bill Gibbs, Mark f epucci (3rd) Dove White, Doug Meadows, John Loughnone, Poul (Russell, Norhon Rudin (Rear) Anthony DiLorenzo, Richord Droy, Mike Durler, Chris Lindsay, Gory Thompson, Jon Kravetz, Joe Fifzpotrick. Stoughton High School Marching Band (directed by Mr Ron Christiansen) Stoughfon High School Mixed Chorus Miiil- II ' ' tfllllllllllll Sfllflifffi l ND OFFICERS AND SEQION LEADERS: (Front) Vicki Hendriques, Dove Whire, Mark ijrley (Reor) Prisciilo Geigis, John Loughnone, Chris Lindsay, Gory Thompson (Nor esent: Mike Small) CHORUS OFFICERS: (Front) Srephonie Welch, Bob Wesfbrooks Dionne Lorri, Beth Foster (Rear) David Breen, Jim Mootos. (2nd) l ING ENSEMBLE: Jone Day and Erin lleory. SHOW CHOIR: (Front) Potty Fedorowicz, Lorroine Comuso, Don Rudin, Goyle Delllveou, Jim Mootos, Corrinne Constantino (2nd) Jodi Davidson, Dovid Breen, Robin Frozier, Scotr Breen, Mario Songiolo, Bob Wesfbrooks, Allison Goodmon, Korhy Stefonsky, Sue Goffney, Kolvis Kirsis (Reor) Paul Egersheim, Stephanie Welch, John Whitrington. i45 m Dovid Sfolow Editor-in-Chief Yearbooks ore forever. Yet, all yearbooks ore different. Whot distinguishes tfie 1982 Srotonlon Is the creotlvlry ond Imoglnotlon demonstroted In the page layouts. Severol foctors enobled us to produce such on outstanding book: — Our Senior SeCTlon staff, coordinated by Andrea Sopersteln. completed their work by Christmas, freeing stoff members for new responsibilities. — Although small, our Business staff, under the direalon of Jeffrey Blacker, acquired 26 full pages of odverrlsements These odver- tisements, combined with successful soles operation, provided the funds for special features In our book. — The Art stoff, led by the efforts of Dorothy Dates, contributed unique ond creotlve designs throughout the book. — Our Monoging Editor, Joy Eogles, almost single-hofidedty mode our Yeor-ln-Revlew Section o fine collealon of events ond memories which will preserve this speclol year. — Most Importantly, the guldonce of Mr. Sumner Topper kept our prcxJuCTlon efforts on course. The staff of the 1 ?82 Stotonlon wishes to express Its grotltude for his teaching and service, which lasts forever, I am confident that readers of this yeorbook will come to oppreclote the efforts of these Indlvlduols ond the entire yeorbook staff, I hovel Dovld Stolow Edltor-ln hlcf Note: all misspellings, poor photogrophy and coptlons, oversights, ond mistokes of ony kind, courtesy of MIchoel Smoll. Jeffrey Blocker Business Morxiger Julie Polvlnen Advertising Monoger Morie Giroux financial Manager, Staff Go-fer Ellen McCorthy Faculty Administration Coordinator Andrea Sopersteln Senior Seaion Coordinator 146 BUSINESS: (Front) Morle Giroux, Julie Polvlnen, Jeffrey Blocker, Suzanne Berger (2nd) Jane Doy, Steven Smith, Robert Westbrooks, Poulo Jogiello, Poulo McNolly (3rd) Dorlene Torbox, MIkelle SiTermon, Ellen McCarthy, Debro Irelond, JodI Davidson, Riso Fisher, Jone NIckerson, Louro Sheedy (Rear) Lynne Sulllvon, Undo Moody, Robin Triber, Donold Mohoney, Morle FItzpotrIck, Pom Spock, Lynne JocKson, Julie Shipps, James Kelly, DIone Whyte, Crolg Cohen, Meg Schllllnger, Keith (iersln, (jobl Scon, Kim Cotolono, Jeon Sestito. PRODUCTION: (Front) Korherlne Honley, Dorothy Bores (2nd) Steven Smith, Nothon Rudin, Joy Eagles, Poulo McNolly (3rd) Dione Shifmon, Andreo Soperstein, Jone Doy, Ann Bender, Michelle DeVeber, Kim Cotolono, Jeon Sestito, Poulo Jogiello (Reor) Lynne Jackson, Julie Polvlnen, Robert Scioletri, Dorcy MocDonold, Gobi Scorr, Pomelo Spock, John Moloney, Jomes Kelly, Koren Trepeo, Meg Schllllnger. Dorothy Botes Dovid McLellon Fronk Foster Ann Bender Joy Eagles Art Editor — Cover, Opening Essoy Art Yeor in Review Winter Scene Student Life Bock Cover Divider Fillers 147 Suzanne Berger Soles Manager Paula Jagiello Chief Clerk Jone Nickerson Records Monoger Cathy Doly Foculry Sales Potricio Fedorowicz Produaion Robert McGovern Write-up Coordinotor SENIOR SECTION; (Front) John Moloney, Andrea Soperstein (2nd) Loura Sheedy, Joon McGroth, Christine Spurr, Poulo McNolly, Keith Gersin, Croig Cohen (3rd) Diane Shifnnon, Liso Clough, Jone Doy, Ann Bender, Michelle DeVeber, Jeon Sestito, Kim Cotolono (Rear) Darlene Tarbox, Robin Triber, Robert McGovern, Gobi Scott, Pom Spock, James Kel- ly, Edword Homer, Diane Whyte, Karen Tropeo, Julie Shipps. LAYOUT: (Front) David Stolow, Joy Eagles (2nd) Marie Fitzpotrick, Steven Smith, Nothon Rudin, Susan Steod, Poulo McNolly (3rd) Andrea Soperstein, Robert McGovern, John Moloney, Gobi Scott, Kim Cotolono, Jeon Sestito, John Quottrucci (Reor) Ann Bender, Julie Polvinen, Jomes Kelly, Dorcy MocDonold. Diane Shifmon, Julie Shipps, Dovid Breen Ellen McCarthy, Liso Clough, Edword Homer. 148 John Moloney Senior Liaison Jeon Sestito Activities Editor Steven Smith Feoture Editor Liso Clough Foculry Layout Edword Homer Sports Editor Kim Cotolono Collage 1982 SHS KNIGHT — (Poitiol list of editors and contributors): (Front) Mr. Sumner Topper (advisor), Kristin Cody (edifor-in-chief) (2nd) Jone Fidler, Wendy Dolloff, Jeff Blocker (Business Monoger), Steve Smith, Nothon Rudin (3rd) John Beoton, Michoel Smoil, Susan Stead, Andrea Soperstein, Dovid Stolow, Poul Mosolsky, Joy Eagles, Ed Homer (Rear) Mouro Crowley, Tino Galley, David Breen, Robert Wesfbrooks, Jane Day, Jodi Davidson, Tom Donnelly. SHS KNIGHT Moke-Up and Editorial Board Kristin Cody Junior Editor David Stolow Senior Editor Nathan Rudin Editorial Writer Joy Eagles Sports Editor Steven Smith Columnist i mm. 7 Michoel Small Features 149 Remodeling Additions Roofing Fully Licensed ABCO CONSTRUCTION INC. General Contracting 65 North Hill Avenue Needham, MA 02192 444-5841 Congratulations to the Class of ' 82 From McDonald ' s of Stoughton 422 Washington Street Congratulations 1982 Graduates TOMAS VARIETY 257 School Street Stoughton, MA 02072 344-9563 Fine Foods Beer Wine JACQUELINE ' S Ent., Inc. Fine Chocolates, Candies, Pastries, Gifts 785 Washington Street Canton, MA 02021 828-4561 Good Luck to the " Lollipop " Girls Jean Sestito Christine Marino Chrissy Spurr Julie Polvinen Kim Catalano DEPENDABLE GAS SERVICE FOR 185,000 CUSTOMERS IN OUR COMMONWEALTH. BAY STATE GAS Bay State Gas Ba Bank Norfolk Trust Member FDIC 151 Best of Luck to the Class of 1982 Compliments of: TOWN SPA RICHARD LEWIS, INC. 576 WASHINGTON ST - CANTON CENTER 828-1004 or 828-9110 PAUL J WHIFFEN Manager FORMAL WEAR SALES • RENTALS Congratulations, Class of ' 82 Books Magazines Greeting Cards Special Orders WILMARC ' S BOOKS 95 Washington Street • Village Mall • Canton, MA 02021 • 617 828-3110 152 COLMANi SPORTING GOODS 39 Washington St. Canton, MA 02021 617 828-7780 Bank Terms HUGGARD-EWING 1305 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. Rt. 138 Selected Cars Tel. Fl 4-3120 Stan Huggard BOWERS FLOWERS Promtime-Promtime When you ' re thinking of prom flowers for your favorite lady — " Think of Bowers Flowers " Corsages — Nosegays . . . Free boutonniere for guys with order 1779 Central Street Stoughton, Ma 344-4803 This Half Page Courtesy of: MEDICAL PHARMACY Ralph Mele, B.S., R.Ph. George A. Marra, B.S., R.Ph. 769 Washington Street Stoughton, MA 02072 Tel. 344-2311 153 Paul S. Triber Licensed Master Electrician Electrical Work of All Kinds Burglary and Fire Alarms a Specialty TRIBER ELECTRIC CO. TRI-ALARM CO. 79 Cross street, Stoughton, MA 02072 617 344-8818 Journeyman Registration Master Registration E14700 A6003 J2 Porter St. Stoughton Mass f 02072 Phone (344-yy33 Compliments of the People at Good Luck Seniors JOHNNY ' S station 645 Washington St. Stoughton 344-9800 F.C. PHILLIPS, INC World ' s Largest Mfg. of Athletic Spikes Mfg. of Screw Machine Products Stoughton, MA 02072 Good Luck and Best Wishes From Marilyn, Bruce, and Scott SAM JOHN ' S FAMILY SHOES Handbag Annex 676 Washington St. Stoughton, MA 02072 344-2590 Mediums to Extra-wides 154 Best of Luck to the Class of ' 82 MALCOLM PARSONS Insurance Agency, Inc. General Insurance Edgar S. Malcolm Irving R. Parsons 6 Freeman Street • Stoughton • 344-3200 Insurance Service to the Community for 156 Years of « 8810 A I VOUR fH ( MI MM -1 I TA ) V BI nll (f kO«NT iL. Jf V Mavis »ou fmmi 7 ' " i " . " rST V ti y Anct Route 9, Natick Cobbs Corner, Canton 237-3422 828-9112 Fashion Apparel 106 Washington St. Cflninn MA 09091 Hingham Plaza, Hingham 200 Union St. Lynn 749-7610 593-8874 Calianan A Congratulations Stoughton Variety Store Dairy — Deli — Party Platters 79 Canton Street Phone 344-1752 WILLIAM TOTMAN COMPANIES Estates Appraised Investment Counseling Dealing in Baseball Cards COIN SHOPPE JLS NUMISMATICS, INC. U.S. Coins — Gold and Silver Bullion Mailing: Offices: Box 284 971 Central St. Sharon, MA 02067 Stoughton, MA 1-617-344-3491 02072 1-617-341-1192 155 Machine Shop Parts Accessories BROADWAY MOTOR SUPPLY, INC 120 West Broadway Tel. 268-6500 South Boston, MA 02127 268-9314 The Berger Family Wishes the Best of Luck to the Class of ' 82!! Congratulations Class of 1982!! " For the Finest in Dining " ALBERT ' S RESTAURANT 217 Washington St. for Private and (Rte. 138) Party Reservations Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Call 344-1800 DRUG FAIR 933 Central St., Stoughton Tel. 344-5600 The Independent Store With More for You Open 9am to 9 pm — 7 Days a Week Congratulations to All Graduates!!! of Stoughton Same Day Color Prints Now Offering 4x6 Prints From 35 mm Size Negatives Enlargements Reprints Slides PHOTOQUICK STOUGHTON LAB 345 Washington Street Stoughton, MA 02072 617 341-1414 156 617 344-2783 Quality Landscape and Garden Supplies Screened Loam 1857 Central St. Bark Mulch Stoughton, MA 02072 peoples savin3s BROCKTON OFFICES- 588-6600 Main Office — 221 Main Street East Side - 747 Centre Street West Side Shopping Center Westgate Mall TRI-TOWN OFFICE- 341-0500 Serving Stoughton, Canton and Sharon 2139 Central Street, Rt. 27, Stoughton Compliments of MUR-MAC ' S nis N DENNENO ' S Pizza — Subs 545 Pearl Street Stoughton, MA 02072 344-9803 Best Wishes From the STOUGHTON TRADING POST 1262 Washington Street stoughton, MA 02072 RECORDS TAPES oAAd ttibrotione Village Mall, 95 Washington Street. Canton. Ma 02021 828-4533 Walpole Mall. Route 1, East Walpole. Ms 02032 762-3323 kAx.titif Mall PuArMtt AuA PhAlUA Ma 02 1 SO 884 8544 Marshall s Shopping Ctr . 281 Needham St. Newton, Ma. 02164 969-3445 157 nil Good Luck Class 344-2410 of ' 82 From Evenings LARRY SMITH fS PHOTOGRAPHS Specializing in Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs Color Candids for Any and All Occasions — Quality Service for 20 Years Larry Smith Stoughton, MA PARSHLEY REALTY 30 Porter Street Stoughton, Massachusetts Telephone Number: 344-2110 Best Wishes 1982 Graduates! STOUGHTON BIKE CENTER (Jt ffi. 1 Sales and Service |63 M ij on All Makes f r J 742 Washington St. Vi Stoughton Congratulations to the Class of ' 82 From ANDY ' S FOOD MART 330 Morton Street STOUGHTON ARMY NAVY CENTER 763 Washington Street Stoughton, MA 02072 Oil 0 l l-Uf 03 ROWLANDS TV 10 Wyman St. Stoughton, MA Tel.: 344-3285 344-0383 RONNIE ' S STOUGHTON AUTO SALES Select Used Cars 1254 Washington St. Ronald Krauthamer Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Insurance . . . Don ' t Waste Time We Specialize in Insurance Placement Account Executives Underwriters Sales Support Actuaries Secretaries Loss Control Eng. Programmers Claim Mgrs. and Reps. Raters Risk Managers Agency Ass. Technicians All Fees Co. Paid THE INSURANCE REGISTER 133 Federal St. Suite 202 Boston, MA 021 10 482-2800 158 Best Wishes Graduating Seniors HURAN UIL uUKK. WYMAN JEWELERS 18 Wyman Street Stoughton, Mass. Telephone: 344-5000 HORAN r — OIL I ft " KH ' aHMk jM| jmi tfi ||| ' ' . 1 ■ DUMP TRUCK WORK OF ALL KINDS Day 344-5497 Nights 583-3987 Pcllegrino Ji Son TRANSPORTATION General Hauling 664 MONTELLO STREET TELEPHONE: 583-4309 BROCKTON, MA 02401 Gordon 17 Prospect St. Sullivan Brockton, Mass. d83 1760 383-9630 WINDSOR TIRE CO. INC. PELLY ' S TRUCKING MULCH - COAL - WOOD 500 Washington St. Stoughton, MA 02072 FRANK S. PELLEGRINO 4 Smith Ave. Prop. Brockton, Ma 02402 344-9909 344-8333 159 Best Wishes From: STOUGHTON TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Congratulations to S.H.S. Graduates Class of ' 82 STOUGHTON LITTLE LEAGUE FRIENDLY PIZZA 7 Days a Week 11-12 Mid For Fast Service Call 344-7172 875 Washington Street (Route 138) Delicious Pizza, Spaghetti, Greek Salad, Steaks and Veal Parmigiana 160 Real Estate Insurance 344-9631 344-3600 1032 Central Street CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL SENIORS OF THE CLASS OF ' 82 THE FOOTWEAR HOUSE ' The Family Shoe Store " F. Roberts, Mgr. 18 Holes EASTON COUNTRY CLUB Congratulations Class of ' 82 261 Purchase Street South Easton 238-2500 BOB ' S ' oojdrrvart LIQUORS Tennis Courts Open Year Round Congrats to the Class of 1982 289 Park St. Stoughton 344-4350 344-3666 Now Open Sundays 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 161 BEAUTIES JANE, LAURA, DEBBIE, ANN, PAULA, ERIN, PAULA, KATHY PAM, DOT, LAURA, CLARE, KAREN, JANE, BETH, PAULINE, MISSY, MAUREEN MARY ELLEN, DIANE, BETH, MEG 162 BEAUTIES LAURIE, MARIA, CHRISTINE, JEAN, KIM, LISA, JODI COLLEEN, MAUREEN, ELLEN, MARTHA, LIZ, JOAN, MAURA, DIANNA, BETH PAULINE, DIANE, LISA, PAULA, DARLENE, EILEEN, JULIE 163 BEAUTIES ROBIN, SUSAN, CRYSTAL, PAM, LYNNE, JULIE, MARIE DARLENE, LINDA, LISA, LYNNE, LISA, DIANE, SUSIE CHRISTINA, PATTY, HEIDI, MICHELLE, NAN, MIKELLE, CHRISSY 64 AND THE BEASTS RICKY, JOE, CHRIS BILLY, JACK, TIM, JIM, MIKE BOBBY, JEFF, ROB, JAY, BRUCE, JEFF, BOB, ED, JIM DAVID, RICK, MARC, DAN, ROB, PETER, DAVID, KEVIN, MIKE, MARK 165 Body and Fender Repairs Lacquer and Enamel Refinishing Submarines — Syrians — Salads The Joneses 2137 Central Street Stoughton, MA 02072 344-8944 1209 Washington St. Phone 344-5950 Stoughton, Mass. Emergency 238-2846 BEST OF LUCK TO THE CLASS OF ' 82 JOHN A. KELLY INC. USED CARS 1234 Washington St. Stoughton, MA 02072 344-0334 1237 Washington St. Stoughton One Stop for All Your Tooling Needs 344-5135 i Abrasives Cutting Tools Holding Tools Lathe Chucks Light Machinery Vises And Lots More . . . 166 STOUGHTON DRUG CO. Congratulations to All of Us From 450 Pearl Street Stoughton, Massachusetts JEFF BLACKER PROPANE COMPANY Prescription and Surgical Supplies Liz and Paul Goulston Reg. Pharmacists Telephone numbers: 344-6150 828-2180 1354 Washington Street (Rte 138) Stoughton, MA 02072 344-1036 Best of Luck Best Wishes to the Class of ' 82 From LARRY BLACKER T C CADI CV A. C KI 1 . r. cAKLtY or oUN, STOUGHTON INC. SEWERAGE stoughton 344-3371 24 Hour Cesspool and Septic Tank Service 2500 Gallon Capacity Vacuum-Pressure Units Power Sewerline Cleaning Member Heating B® " ® " Oil Council Roue 138 Stoughton Tel: 344-1036 HEATING SYSTEM EVALUATION 167 Congratulations and Good Luck From E. W. GRENON SON INC. 42 Tosca Drive Stoughton, MA 02072 Household and Electronics Moving Packing Material Distributors WESTERN AUTO 16 Washington St. (Cobbs Corner) Canton 828-3360 BICYCLE SERVICE PARTS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES RALEIGH WESTERN FLYER - RAMPAR Fully Assembled - 1 year warranty Mon.. Thurj., Fri. SAM - 8PM Tuej., Wed.. S»t. SAM -6PM RANDOLPH SAVINGS BANK RA DOLPH STOIGHTOM NORTH RANDOLPH HOLBROOK 963-2100 168 Office 617 344-5030 DEMBROWSKY AND MARTIGNETTI Attorneys and Counselors at Law John F. Dembrowsky 15 Seaver St. Ronald F. Martignetti Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Best of Luck to the Class of ' 82 K K ASSOC. Compliments of TWIN-KEE CLOTHING stoughton, MA 02072 STOUGHTON COOPERATIVE BANK 20 Park Street Stoughton, Mass. 02072 169 BRUCE F. IRELAND TRUCKING CO., INC. 16 Seventh Street Stoughton, MA 02072 SHAW GLASS CO., INC. This half page courtesy of SHAW GLASS A diversified facility of glass professionals Plate Glass, Window Glass Mirrors, Residential and Commercial Glazing 170 STOUGHTON OUNKiN ' OONUTS DINER 657 Washington St. Stoughton, MA 02072 It ' s worth the trip 408 Washington Street Stoughton, MA 02072 Phone: 344-9061 Open Daily From 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. Closed Sundays LANDMARK OF STOUGHTON 344-9969 C J AUTO BODY Jerry Capozzoli, Owner U-Bend Em — We Mend Em 1264 Washington Street Stoughton, MA 02072 Phone 617 344-7067 171 Best Wishes to the Class of 1982 172 Good Luck, ' 82 FANS TEAM SPIRIT 173 Congratulations Class of ' 82 Now that you have completed your high school education, unlimited possibil ities for interesting careers await you. With your high school diploma, you can afford to be selective in your choice of career. We would be pleased to discuss with you at any time opportunities available, both in our office and distribution center, as well as retailing in the hundreds of shoe departments we operate coast to coast. Whatever your career decision, we extend to you our best wishes for your success. MORSE SHOE 555 Turnpike Street Canton, Mass. Compliments of: BLACKWELL STUDIO " Your Class Photographer " 10 Freeman Street Stoughton, MA 02072 The staff of the Stotonian would like to extend sincere thanks to Blackwell Studio for all of the help and support given to us throughout the year . . . for coming through whenever we needed them. To Mr. George Blackwell Our Deep Thanks! Mr. Terry Griffin Mr. John DiOrio Mrs. Roberta Watson Gold Patrons Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. McNally Mr. and Mrs. John A. Karavetsos Mr. and Mrs. John J. Szum Paul and Marilyn Demusz Walter and Edith Driscoll Mr. and Mrs. Walter Unda Jane Nickerson Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nickerson The Stolow Family Eino and Mary Polvinen Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Eagles Jerry and Pauline Capazzoli Vicki and Len Skoletsky and Family Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wingrove Mr. and Mrs. James Bertram and Family Mr. and Mrs. Warren Maloney Mr. and Mrs. James M. McNamara Mr. and Mrs. R. J. MacDonald and Family Mr. and Mrs. Harold Catalano Paul and Joan Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Battles, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Tibets The Roppolo Family Mr. and Mrs. Peter DeVeber Mr. and Mrs. John Hurley Win and Lorraine Homer Mr. and Mrs. John J. Farrell Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Cetts Mary and Fred Bates Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roche Joe and Marguerite Collins Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. McGrath Maureen Loring Melwyn and Helen Fine The Susan Fitzpatrick Family Mr. and Mrs. George Day Helen and John J. Daley Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clough Mrs. Kathryn E. Cullen Roland F. and Teruko (Nishina) Stead Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fedorowicz Mr. and Mrs. James F. Donnelly Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bender Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Tropea Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. McFadyen Mr. and Mrs. Valdis Kirsis Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. McCarthy Jr. The Mullaney Family Mr. Francis Giroux Mr. and Mrs. John R. Moody and Family Ronald and Carole Guimond Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Le Blanc, Jr. Debra Fergus and Alice Dennis Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Alconada Mr. and Mrs. Ralph N. Hvoslef Mr. and Mrs. Weston J. Gillis Gordon and Claire Maclnnes Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Parker Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shifman Silver Patrons Mr. and Mrs. Tom Heberling Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Moriarty, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Smith and Family Harriet and George Dolinsky Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson George and Mary Zepf Mrs. Anna Jalalian Leon Saperstein Judith Quattrucci Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Fitzpatrick and Family Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sestito Myrna and Paul Cohen The Ricci Family Joan A. White The Nestor Family The Barbell Family Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Roche, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Roche, Ji Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Freedman Mr. and Mrs. T. Manning Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Savino Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Hanley and Family Jim and Claire Jackman and Family Mr. and Mrs. William L. Davison Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schillinger Bronze Patrons The Petrie Family Michael Horn The Parmeggiani Family Amy and Wayne Lorek 176 t IV1 Does not circulate REFERENCE


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