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

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1983-84 Our junior year . . . officers: Kim Betts, president; Janet Melvin, vice-president; Michelle Ridell, secretary; Jeff Swartz. treasurer ... a shocking movie, " The Day After, " left Americans v orried about nuclear war . . . PSAT ' s in October, SAT ' s in April . . . Class rings in October, the sub supper . . . Junior Prom at Sheraton, Mansfield, " Tender Years, " Gorett Gomes is Prom Queen . . . Oklahoma is school musical . . . juniors Richard White and Jay Tisdale organized class clam bake . . . baseball team won Hockamock and state championship . . . girls Softball won league trophy as did both boys and girls tennis ... In May, our first yearbook assembly and we knew we were seniors Steven, Peter, Danny and Jeff have to say lunch is their favorite hou Believe it or not this is a scene from a Class of 1985 dance! celebration after participating in the all-school play, " Deadwood Dick, " are la, Herb, and Judy. 1982-83 Our super, sophomore year . . . pornography becomes an issue in Stoughlon with the opening (and eventual depar- ture) of Times Square Book Store in Stoughton Center . . . Princess Grace of Monaco dies in a car crash ... Mr. An- thony Sarno named 31st principal of SHS, Michael Dukakis elected governor and the " bottle bill " and the death penalty are approved by Massachusetts voters . . . First powder puff football game against Canton girls ... a coke machine makes a first-ever appearance . . . SHS Show Choir places first at Newport competition . . . varsity baseball wins league and Eastern titles . . . girls tennis earns Hockomock and Div. II South title . . . Maura concentrates on her net game Lisa imitates Superman (would you prefer Wonderwoman?) " Come up and see me some time, Big Boy! ' Buddies Pam and Todd 1981-82 Foolish, foolish frosh, our first year at Stoughton High . . . Ronald Reagan, entering his first term, and Pope John Paul are nearly assassinated. . . . Argentina invaded the Falkland Islands and England took thenn back . . . John Belushi OD ' d at the young age of 33 . . . Prince Charles took the hand of Lady Di in marriage . . . Officers Richard White, president; Jay Tisdale, vice-president; Laura Feist, secretary; Chris Jor- dan, treasurer; Mr. McCormick, faculty advisor . . . Kim Mahon was selected as Snow Princess at the Winter Dance . . . freshman sports were victims to the economy ax of Prop 2V2 but several played on sub-varsity teams: Janet Melvin, gymnastics; Paul Medeiros and Mike Varner, hockey; Peter Fredericksen, basketball; Bob Callanan, football; Julie Erickson and Paula Klim, cheerleading . . . Robert and Mike looking green around the gills " The past is the present, isn ' t it? It ' s the future too . . . " Eugene O ' Neill Long Day ' s Journey Into Night " The past is whatever the records and the nriemories agree upon . . . " George Orwell 1984 16 i Dedications This book is a reflection of our years at Stoughton High School. During that tinne, certain people and groups have distin- guished themselves as special. Unlike past years when the yearbook was dedicated to one or two persons, this year ' s editorial staff has decided to credit the many individuals who have worked so hard to help the Class of 1985. Therefore, we proudly dedicate the 1985 STOTONIAN to those faculty members, groups, and unsung heroes who were nominated by seniors and who reflect the spirit of Stoughton High School. o .-4 IN MEMORIAM • " j|rriir ' ' With deep sorrow • W and with deep ap- V ' ' ij illl preciation, we honor k X m the memory of Mr. ' ' 1 John Donnelly, who 1 passed away during the past year. Mr. Donnelly was a school committee member for several years while our class attended Stoughton High School and many of us also knew him because of his activities in youth sports activities. He was also devoted to the young people of this town and we mourn his loss. 4 ' ! ' ' ' ' ' ORG,, years ' nff °;f e o.e.s ' 0 9 the FACULTY Mr. Tapper: " ... only through his guidance, knowledge, and understanding could the year- book have been possible. " ( ) Ms. Herrera: " ... through the years, she has given of herself and her time always to be there for our class. " ( ) Martha (Mrs. MacNevin) " . . . for her dedication, her patience, m and her good nature. " ( ) Mr. Coen: " . . . he makes us laugh! " Dr. Davis: " . . . he really cares about kids. " Mr. Murphy: " . . . he ' s a super person who devotes so much time to us . . . " Mr. McCormick: " . . . he treats us with respect. " ( ) Most number of nominations 18 R201, P0I8 Funky Favorites FOOD 1 Pizza 2 Chinese Food 3 Hamburgers 4 Lobster 5 French Fries SONG 1 Let ' s Go Crazy 2 Boys of Summer 3 Born in the USA 4 Purple Rain 5 Almost Paradise SCHOOL SUBJECT 1 Psychology 2 Commons 3 Child Development 4 English 5 Process of Law FEMALE 1 Madonna 2 Pat Benatar 3 Tina Turner 4 Cyndi Lauper 5 Joan Rivers MOVIE 1 Beverly Hills Cop 2 Purple Rain 3 Ghostbusters 4 Gremlins 5 Red Dawn PASTIME 1 Partying 2 Sleeping 3 Sports 4 Eating 5 Shopping RADIO STATION 1 KISS-108 2 WAAF 3 WHTT 4 WHJY 5 WBCN TV SHOW 1 Cheers 2 Bill Cosby Show 3 St. Elsewhere 4 Family Ties 5 Dynasty MALE 1 Eddie Murphy 2 Bruce Springsteen 3 Prince 4 Lionel Richie 5 Tom Cruise GROUP 1 Van Halen 2 Journey 3 Duran-Duran 4 Chicago 5 Led Zeppelin CAR 1 Porsche 2 Mustang 3 Corvette 4 Ferrari 5 Mercedes Class of 1985 Government TARA DONNELLY President TO THE CLASS OF 1985: I ' d like to thank you for giving me the op- portunity to serve as your president. It has been a great experience. With your help v e have managed to put together many class activities v hich stamp the Glass of 1985 as No. One at SHS. As president, I have worked with many different people. It has been a pleasure to have done so. Many memorable times have come out of working with this class, times which I ' ll never forget. I would like to thank all the people who served as officers over the four years. These people are the ones who made our class what we are today. Graduation brings us to an end of many great times spent at SHS. Wherever dreams take you in the future, I wish all of you hap- piness, good health, and success. Good luck and thanks! Tara Donnelly President KIM BENSON Vice-President To the Class of 1985: During the three years I have worked with you we have shared many diverse ex- periences. There are some I will never forget such as the candy cane sales, the Spirit Halls, and the Powder Puff football win. Thanks for the memories! You have accomplished a lot by working together to solve the many problems which always seemed to occur. You have constantly reminded me that more is achieved when dif- ferent people with different ideas cooperate with each other. You have definitely matured during your years at Stoughton High. Now you are graduating into a world with unrealized obstacles. I know you are willing to meet these new challenges. Remember that with cooperatio n and perseverance you can be successful. Congratulations to you all and best wishes for your future happiness, Sincerely, MAUREEN HERRERA JEFFSWARTZ Treasurer 20 MS. MAUREEN HERRERA Class Advisor NICOLE MURPHY Secretary CLASS OFFICERS 1981- 82: FRESHMAN YEAR President: Richard White Vice-President: Jay Tisdale Secretary: Laura Feist Treasurer: Chris Jordan 1982- 83: SOPHOMORE YEAR President: Tara Donnelly Vice-President: Janet Melvin Secretary: Kim Betts Treasurer: Jeff Swartz 1983- 84: JUNIOR YEAR President: Kim Betts Vice-President: Janet Melvin Secretary: Mictielle Riddell Treasurer: Jeff Swartz 1984- 85: SENIOR YEAR President: Tara Donnelly Vice-President: Kim Benson Secretary: Nicole Murphy Treasurer: Jeff Swartz hat is this?!? " Tina Galley seems to ask about atty McGowan. CLASS OF ' 85 EXECUTIVE BOARD (Front) Kim Benson, Nicole Murphy. Tara Donnelly, Jeff Swariz (2nd) Ms Maureen Herrera, Tina Scioletli, Lisa Shifman, Danyela Rosman. Tracey Unda. (3rd) Valerie Ward. Chris Kelly. Kim Belts. Maria Serpa. Kathy Doyle. Cheryl Piselli. Susan Kardon, Michelle Temkin, (Rear) Debbie Barbato, Patti Francioso, Jeff Heberling. Mary Serradas, Dawn Young. Tricia Phetteplace. Georgia Zisimopoulos. Lesly Dino, Nancy Palaza, Paula Francioso, Sharyn Botsch. Madeline Mace. Nina Georges. Pam Francioso. Julie Erickson LASS OFFICERS: (Front) Nicole Murphy, secretary; Maureen Herrera, advisor; Tara Donnelly, president. Rear) Jeff Swartz. treasurer, Kim Benson, vice-president. Stranded by the side of the road are Tara Donnelly, Paula Klim. Katey McShea. Janet Melvin, Patti Moore, and Kim Romaine. Studious Peter Fredericksen is interrupted by Joel aylor. EXECUTIVE BOARD (ConnnueJi (Front) Lisa Gold. Paula Klim. Tom Donnelly, Herb Stickler i2ndl Can Oilman. Denise Ralston, Kim Handel, Tina Galley, Katey McShea (3rdl Ann Chamberlain, Kathy Ripley, Pam Di Castro. Karen O ' Brien, Kathy Cocchi. DeeDee Brien. Apnl Kendrigan, Laura Feist (Rear) Mark Napierkowski, Brian Gerson, Richard Bornstem, Jon Bloom Jamie Borr, Chris O ' Connor Cesa ' ' r env Scott Newman, Janet Melvin, Lisa Vose, Tricia Burke. Jennifer Baxter, Sheri Berger PAULA J. ALMEIDA DIANE ANDRADE ALISON F. ABRAMS KAREN M. AHERN VICTOR J. ARAUJO Alison Abrams Alley, Alley Alley (woowoo) I fatty . friendly, crazy . . . Peeves: messes, arguments, coldwater, galvinites, a 6 hr. ride . . . Favorites; good times with the gals, good times at the cape with Weezie, Krissy ' s, ski trip, a broken screen, freshman yr., it ' s our vacation! , . . Memories: 1 20 84 " love you Brian, " I ' ll be there 8 1 83 with Weez and me in a cell . . . love and thanks to Mom and Dad. Karen Marie Ahern Karen , . . moody, paranoid, loud . . . Peeves; Dis-Gas Girls, broken promises, liars. Papa Gino ' s, Running on E, getting caught . . Favorites, weekends. Diet Coke, " Hard to Say I ' m Sorry. " soccer, bang-bang, little red Vega, causing trouble, close calls, " What red light? " . . . Memories; John 9-22-82, Maine ' 84, Cape Cod ' 84, John ' s Senior Prom, special friends, thanks for the good times John, all my love to Mom, Dad and John, Kenneth Allen Ken ' s, Moony, Moonrock. Grizz . . , explosive, easy going . . , Peeves; phonies, waking at 6 a.m., homework , . , Favorites; football. Economic System, . . . Memories; The Riv. summer ' 84. to the Cape . . . 2 00 a.m. . . . thank you Mom and Dad for everything. Paula J. Almeida Polly . . . shy, moody . . . Peeves; snobs. Mondays. 6 a.m. calls . . . Favorites; Chinese Food, " missing you, " " What ' s up. t-lon? " . . . Memories; special friends, summer of ' 83, 5 23 84, 6 17 84, walks in the rain with cousins . . . To be happy ... all my love to Mom, Dad. Fernando, and Chris. Richard Alterio Mask . , . easy-going, quiet . . . Peeves; a dead party, Mondays , . . Favorites; " I live for my dream and a pocketful of gold. " Led Zeppelin, prime rib, wrestling . . . Memories; gas — 7 27 84, Heineken, Plant 8 6 83, " G-High, " Bruins, sunset, partying with good friends, " Brador Boy, " good times at the site . . . thank you. Mom and Dad Diane Andrade Dye . . . stubborn, outgoing, unpredictable . . . Peeves; backstabbers. hard- times . . . Favorites; You Got a friend . , . Memories; With Paul. Suburban hot peppers. Powder Puff, on my mind forever Christina Ambrosio . , Plans; to go to college and be happy . . . love ya. Mom. Dad, and Connie. Julie Andrews Gullible, friendly . . . Peeves; People who tell you you ' re loud, 6 18 84 . . . Memories; excellent times with Buddy, Senior Prom ' 84, 5 13 84, Montana 8 13 83 . . . Anytime! . . . Kim, it ' s Conan . , , Best of times with Nat. much love to Sheila and Phil, good times with the Ducotts, the Grove . . . love to Mom. Dad, and family, Victor J. Araujo Vic . . . quiet, moody, mysterious . , . Peeves; Too many things . . . all types of music, center of attention. The Blonde That Got Away, Top of the Hub . . . Plans: to live well and be happy in what I choose for my future . . Love to my parents. Jon M. Avedissian Alarmist, easily excitable, pessimistic . , Peeves; Math. Physics, Communists . . . Quotes: " I ' m going to drop this class. " " I can ' t take this anymore " . . . Memories . . . Spanish III and Carmen , . Future: To be extremely happy, wealthy, and successful . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. KENNETH L. ALLEN RICHARD J. ALTERIO JULIE A. ANDREWS JON M. AVEDISSIAN | 22 JOANNE M. AYLWARD LINDA A. BACKNER RIK BAGTAZ CARLA L. BAILEY NEIL A. BAKER ROBERT E. BARBELL Joanne Aylward JoJo, Jo . . . cute, confused, gullible . . . Peeves: fake friends, people who underestimate me . . . Favorites: my wild and crazy brotfier, good times with the gang, D ' Angelo ' s . . . Memories: proms w Craig, summer of ' 84, Alisa and all we have been through ... all my love to family and friends. Linda A. Backner Sensitive, lazy . . . Peeves: ignorant people, phoney friends, yrbk ads . . . Memories: " It ' s Hard To Say I ' m Sorry. " Party 3. SHIC. Camp Morse ' 82- ' 83. BBG, Kadima, special friends with Neil, everlasting friendship with Elissa, ac- counting and elementary education . . . thanks to everyone who cared. Richard A. Bagtaz Rik . . . quiet, moody, sensitive . . . Peeves: short hair, washing pans, people who smoke . . . Favorites: earrings, long hair, " Get outta town, " everyone at Green Manor, Lisa , . . Memories: raquetball, tennisball . . . too easy to cut classes . . . the locker . . . great times with Sandra. Caria Lee Bail ey Carl . . . friendly, sarcastic . . . Peeves: being tickled, smoke, getting caught . . . Favorites: ice cream, Nautilus with Sean, one night with Chella . , . Memories: The Long Ranger, good times with the girls, " friends forever. " babysitting w Lila and Marcia. old times w Patty ... to marry Sean and be happy . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. Chandra Bajpai Chandra . . . easy-going, friendly . . . Peeves: slow compilers, achievements, finals . . . Favorites: Def Leppard, tennis, Computer Science II. Bloom County . . . Memories: beating Sharon, the " hackers " of Computer Science . . . Plans: to be a compiler designer, millionaire , . . thanks to everyone who made it a pleasant four years . . . thanks, Mom and Dad. Neil A. Baker Easy-Going, youthful, free . . . Peeves: Spin drills, blue lights . . . Favorites: The Doors 1, Chicken McNuggets, parties, good times with my friends ... Memories: Aerosmith 8 22 84, Tull 9 27 84, trips to the hills and fields, " Brador Boy " . . . SHS wrestling team kills all . . . Thank you Mom and Dad. Debbie Barbato Debba, Debato . . . happy, smiling . . . Memories: track with Jeanie Beanie and M M, cannolli with Gorm, Carolina. G-Hr. commons with the gang, math and Julie. 4 years, lakeside summers ' 80- ' 84, Sweetie 6 24 84, forever friends with ' Ria . . . Favorites: " Good deal? " " Psychin! " " Hard Habit to Break, " " join the club " . . . thanks, I love you God, Dad, Mom, Sis, ' Ria, Mike. Kev and special friends! Robert Barbell Bob . . . quiet, friendly, easy-going . . . Peeves: homework, waking up on Mon- day mornings, conceited people . . . Favorites: The Who, Zeppelin, " Stairway to Heaven, " The Spa, yeah-yah. chill out . . . thanks for a good four years . . . luv ya. Ma and Dad. Bonnie Anne Barksdale Bon . . . friendly, witty, outgoing . . . Peeves: brown and yellow, long days, con- venient friends, " Grounded " . . . Memories: talks with Mom, apple picking, junior prom, 4 18 81, Christo ' s. clinic . . Favorites: clubhouse gang, Kim, par- ties, beach at night, Eddie, walks in snowstorm, times with Joe, summer nights, " Hun " . . . College-Bound, nursing ... I love you and thanks. Mom, Dad, and Nana, CHANDRA BAJPAI DEBRA A. BARBATO BONNIE BARKSDALE 23 I I I ALETA F. BENSON JENNIFER BAXTER CHRISTIAN JAMES BEAULIEU JANICE BERRY Jennifer Baxter Jen . . . Peeves: getting lost, " circles, " 1 27 84 . . . Favorites: ' 73 or bust, best friends, T. J. Max crevj . . . Memories: getting caught, Dwig, Tricia my American Studies buddy, cross-country team with the girls, another crisis. Ft. Lauderdale ' 85, Arlos ... to be happy . . . love to Mom and Dad. Christian James Beaulieu Booga . . . shy, sensitive, outgoing . . . Peeves: snobs, no parking spots . . . Favorites: Ozzy, Scorpions, Boston, flying high again. Don ' t worry about it . . . Memories: wheeling, 1 15 84, 5 2 84 . . Plans: go to college and party . . . thanks Mom and Dad. Jean Bender Jeanne . . . friendly, sensitive . . . Peeves: Spanish, waking up late . . . Favorites: Bruce Springsteen, survival, . . . Memories: track with M M, Dabu, the beach, 4 27 84, special friends . . . yeah! yeah! I knew that . . . Plans: To go into business school, become successful. Aleta Benson Leta, Lee, Al, Aleta B. . . . sensitive, sleek, energetic, thoughtful, lovable . . . Peeves: self-centered people, ignorance . . . Favorites: Luther Vandross. Pattie Labelle, Prince songs. " Still in Love, " Glamorous Life, " What I Feel For You, " basketball . . . Memories: big school bags, Halloween dances, bugging with my best friend Simone . . . thanks Ma, Dad, Granddad, Grandma, Jamille, and Jason. I love you all. Kimberly A. Benson Kim, " Benson " . . . nosy, ambitious . . . Peeves: the hill, " circles, " liars, broken friendships, never mind . . . Favorites: reservations, manhunts with Franchise and Jill, " sunglasses " . . . Memories: 9 15 81-5 84, toga, hello?!, summer of ' 81, to get ' 66 on the road . . . love to David, Jan, Kev, and Fran . . . thanks to a special someone for helping me grow. Dawn Berg Funny, competitive, creative . . . Peeves: waiting, famines, snobs . . . Favorites: Rocks, food in general, remember the face, Ohio . . . love and thanks to Mom and Dad. Sheri L. Berger Sheri . . . perky, friendly, so-true . . . Peeves: friends who aren ' t. 73 . . . Favorites: walks on the beach, nights out with the girls . . Memories: Freddy- 33, 10 6 82, 3 3 84, Jr. Prom, Fields Park, Cape ' 84, circus, concerts . . . Getting caught 12 31 82, spring wknd. ' 83 w Donna, Humarock, Smurfs, Clearwater ' 84, lots of love to Freddy . . . love and thanks to Mom and Dad. Janice Berry Buzzberry . . . Peeves: Trolls . . . Favorites: red red wine, the beach. Stones, " Sugar Mountain, " snow, skiing. Who ' s your buddy? . . . Memories: out with Kathy and Cheryl, Kathy ' s house ' 82, ZZ-Top, 7 29 83, St Patrick ' s Day ' 84, Jethro Tull 10 29 84, Ladies Night. Pinecrest Parties, Cheryl ' s 18th Birthday . . . love and memories of Frankie. Richie, and Robert . thanks to Ma and Dad. Mark Bettencourt Mark . . . quiet, mysterious, philosophical . . . Peeves: waking up, unreliable people . . . Favorites: Doors, Tull. Hendrix. " Waiting for the Sun, " history, psyche, poetry, munchies, nature trips. Chimney Rock. The Park, The Gas . . thanks. Mom and Dad . . . Plans: to live in peace. JEAN C. BENDER KIMBERLY A. BENSON SHERI L. BERGER 1 MARK BETTENCOURT 24 KIMBERLY J. BETTS RICHARD BINGEL DIANNEG. BLOMSTROM JONATHAN D. BLOOM RICHARD A. BORNSTEIN SHARYN MARIE BOTSCH Kimberly Jean Belts Kim . . . friendly, exuberant, ambitious . . , Peeves: people who don ' t matter, in- sincerity, waiting, shadow treat . . . Favorites: Lionel Richie, Stuck on You, Sum- mer ' 84, track, prez 83-84, 11 3 84, politics, AP history, " I am a Doughnut " . . . Memories: Clubhouse, Montreal, Mrs. Francioso, Bon, triplets, Loriann, Mary, Marge, Joey, Brian, Dave . . . Plans: International Law, Dartmouth, to go for it! . . . love to my best friends Mom. Dad, Karen, Richard P. Bingel Rich . . . bald, friendly, proud . . . Favorites: The Police, Bruce Springsteen, foot- ball, baseball, " Hey Dude, let ' s party! " . . . Memories: Junior Class trip, leaving school for lunch, coming back to SHS in 2 84, summers . . . Plans: United States Marine Corps. Dianne G. Blomstrom Die, Blomie, Elo . . . athletic, quick-tempered, stubborn . . . Peeves: losing! The Big " W, " " scam, " Mike . . . Favorites: bandanas, Jim Morrison, " The Unknown Soldier, " my dog " Stubbie, " field Hockey with the Breakers, 12, Tab, mir- rored shades, my white Camaro . . . " All the Time, All the While " . . . " gotta love it " . . . The handprint with Marvelous, tennis with " T, " 6 4 81 — John, good times in Foxboro . . . love you Mom, Dad and family. Jonathan D. Bloom Jon, Bloomah . . . ambitious, calm, unsure . . . Peeves: sprints, Tina Turner, humidity, animal haters . . . Favorites: cold weather, " the pit, " mud bowls. Led Zep, Rush . . . Memories: 4 yrs. football, 3 yrs. Track, Turkey Day ' 82, drum section, " day after dolls, " the Knight, thanks to Dad, Al and Inky ... I love you. Mom, wherever you are. Robert Bohn Weird, psychotic and unstable . . . Peeves: homework, studying, taxes . . . Favorites: Van Halen, Gibson Guitars, " Eruption, " football with the guys, Jr. massacre, Celts celebration, playing guitar . . . Plans: To live life to its fullest . . (Incredible!!!) . . . thanks, Kelly and Mary- Jo, good luck Pollack and Taco, love and thanks. Mom and Dad. Richard Bornstein Rich, Dick . . . silent, sarcastic, unpredictable, dependable . . Peeves: Roxies, somebody taking your food before you ' re finished, slow drivers . . . Favorites: Styx, the Doors, skiing, Archery, chicken. Who ' s on First, ' New Beginning ' 84, ' Summer ' 84. first time out with Bessie, special friends . . . thanks, Mom and Dad for everything, you ' ve helped me through a lot. James Borr Jamie, Bubba , . . mellow, gentle giant, spontaneously funny . . . Peeves: short people who walk slow in the halls, mornings (especially Mondays) , being a drumma, putting the shot and disc . . . Favorites: Boston, supertramp, food, " life is a . . ., " " And slide on the ice, " trekker. " goodbye, farewell. Amen " . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. Sharyn Marie Botsch Snoopy . . . Sensitive, silly . . . Peeves: people who ask too many questions, waiting . . . Favorites: The Gap Band, Lionel Richie, pickles . Memories: Mon- treal, " the cave. " Dingy, Dippy, and Phil, Kinky Toes, Ducie ' s parties, the Spa, Bob and Doug, good times with Nancy, Andrea, Gorett and the gang . . thanks. Mom and Dad. Lisa Anne Bousquet Weezie . . . dizzy, crazy, forgetful . . . Peeves: Galvinites. fakes. 6-hr. ride home from the Cape . . . Favorites: Buzzweiser, it ' s our vacation!. James Taylor . Memories: Krissy ' s " Monday Morning. " fun times at the Cape with Al, 18 yrs. with Palo, Ocean Dr., 8-1-83 with Al and Mel in a cell, good times with the gals, Jo Jo ' s 20th, " We Are Family, " . . . thanks. Mom and Dad I love you. ROBERTA. BOHN JAMES BORR LISA ANNE BOUSQUET ROY A. BRAZAO DOROTHY R. BRIEN ADAM Y. BRACKMAN MARIA F. BRANGO PATRICIA A. BURKE Adam Y. Brackman Friendly, funny, indescribable . . . Peeves: loud mouths. Bozos . . . Favorites: Thompson Twins, you take me up, pizza, " You Bozo " . . Data Pro I, 9 6 84. Karen ' s party, Marv ' s driving, Spirit Hall . . . Plans: To become manager at Shaws (only kidding) . . . Thanks to friends. Mom. and Dad. Maria F. Branco Phil . . . shy. friendly . . . Peeves: getting up. English . . . Favorites: Group Mars, seafood, soccer, math . . . Summer ' 84, July 1. August 23 . . . Memories: history and English class . . . Plans: go to work and get married . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. Maria G. Brandao Brandy , . , fresh. " Speedy Gonzalez " . . . " Funky Fresh. " " Kick it in " . , . Favorites: Prince. " Erotic city, " " Friends, " by Houdini, Scooby Doo, " Going to the Berry " . . . good times with Steph and Coco . . . " Flopsy " . . . " the pit. " Kerry Brennan Kerry, Bazo . . . friendly, a listener, quiet Peeves: waiting, no parties, 2 10 83 . . . Hampton with Tommy 143. The Boss. B52 ' s. champagne, hey dude . . . 9 3 82 at Eggys house. 4 23 84. do you have an ID. home-ec with Carole . . . to go to art school, marry Tommy and be happy . . . thanks Mom and Dad. I love you. Dorothy Brien Dee-Dee . . . friendly, sensitive, gullible . . . Peeves: Dot. two-faced people, walking . . . Favorites: Zeppelin. " Dazed and Confused. " love those green monsters, popsicles . . , Memories: all-nighters, parties, good times with Karen. Kathy. Pam . . , cruising the strip. Ft. Lauderdale ' 85. 12 16 83. sleeping 4 in a Camaro . . to be successful, and work in a hospital . . . love and thanks to Mom and Dad. Mike Buckley Buck. Buckwheat, Spider, Rick . , . friendly, easygoing . . . Peeves: New Wave, stuck-up people . . . Favorites: Iron Maiden, pizza. Def Leppard. " Heavy Metal " . . . hanging out and being with friends . . . Scorpions. 6 25 84. " Are you Bizarre? " ... Do you have some kind of Borneo disease? ... To have as much fun as possible in the future . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. Tricia. Burkey. Dish, TAB . broken friendships, the hill, Jen ' s crisis, 73 or bust . . Lane . . . " Sad, isn ' t it? " . . go to college and be happy Patricia A. Burke . . happy, sensitive, gullible . . . Peeves: 9 19 83. " circles. " getting lost, waiting . . . " That ' s crazy! " reservations, skating with the frog. Dwig. Coach Arlos. Ft. Lauderdale ' 85 . . . having pebbles ... to . . thanks and much love. Mom and Dad. Paul Burns Burnsie . . . easy-going . . . Peeves: burnouts, drugs . . . Favorites: Bruins hockey, ice hockey. 7 stud ... Memories: " 3 21 84. " " Nights over the school " . . . hope to be rich . . . thanks. Mom MARIA BRANDAO KERRY A. BRENNAN MICHAEL J. BUCKLEY PAUL R. BURNS 26 KATHLEEN MARY CAHILL JACQUELINE CAMPANELLO ANTONIO F. CARDOSO JILLM. CARLSON ROBERT MICHAEL CALLANAN TERRY A. CAMARA Kathleen Mary Cahill Kathy, Kath . . , Moody, friendly , , Peeves: fake people. McDonald ' s . . - Favorites: Twisted Sister, pan pizza , . Jofin. 7 29 83, Barb - - tfianks. Ma and Dad Robert Michael Callanan Cal . . . lazy, friendly, easygoing , . . Peeves: " 3 stooges. " losing, summer of ' 84 . . . Favorites: Turkey Day, Sopfiomore football! Hockey. Midnight entertain- ment . , . Memories With ttie boys. Jan. 7. Van Halen ' 84. . . . Plans: to travel, join the service . - - Lots of love to Mom. Dad. and family Terry A. Camara Friendly, funny, optimistic . . . Peeves: snobs, Monday mornings . . . Favorites: Van Halen. Michael Jackson. Prince, " Hello, " Soccer , , . August 16. 1984. Summer of ' 82. . . - Plans: travel, work, enjoy life. Jacqueline Campanello Jacquie . . . crazy, sarcastic, outgoing . . . Peeves: B-2nd . . . Favorites: Funk glasses. Garfield. Bessie, hey Fred. Bad Co.. one-best buddy w Julie, 7 25 84 . . . Memories: Watson, cheering ' 84. The Limo. Jr. Prom. 11 10 84. thanks Jules. Ria. Cathy, and Lou. Hey Mama. " Born to Run, " Isabell ' 66, Times are Always Changing , . Love ya. Ma and Dad John R. Cannon Easy-Going. quiet, shy . . . Peeves: two-faced people, girls that wear workboots. " Eddie V. " . . . Favorites: Rush. Iron Maiden, " 2 minutes to mid- night, " football with friends. " Is the Pope Polish?. " The card. Gibson guitars . . . Sunday night parties, C-Hour French . . . college-bound . . . thanks Mom and Dad Antonio F. Cardoso Tony . . . bad-tempered, irresponsible, militant . . . Peeves: Spanky, work, school . . . Favorites: Animals. Iron Maiden. Judas Priest. Run to the Hills, pizza . . . Summer of ' 84, Azores . . . Plans: Military , , , thanks. Mom and Dad Jill Carlson Goo, Me. Jilly-Bean . . . flirtatious, bubbly, talkative , . . Peeves: fake friends, good-byes, blue eyes . . . 12 16 83, Jr. Prom. Friday nights w Franchise, talks w Tricia. going on a manhunt. Powder Puff ' 85, Wareham ' 84 w Colleen. Amy, and Mimi. Drive-Ins w Dennis. 7 23 82, 4 1 1 84 ... to be happy , , thanks. Nancy, love you, Mom and Dad Laura Carpenter Flaky . . . Peeves: office sessions, ISS, mechanics . . - Favorites: Van Halen. Led Zeppelin. " Freebird " 8 29 81. Journey 10 22 82. 2 3 83. su mmer of ' 83 with Franki and his buddies. Mike. Dave 9 16 84. summer of ' 84 parties. Mario ' s, fearsome foursome . . . thanks to my friends, family. Mom. and Dad JOHN R. CANNON DARREN CAREY LAURA A. CARPENTER 27 KERRI-ANN CLEARY KATHLEEN ANN COCCHI F. JEROME COHEN PATRICIA ANN CARTON ANNCHAMBERLIN Patricia Carton Patti . . . cheerful, carefree, interesting, friendly . . . Peeves: snobs, history, homework, waiting . . . Favorites: Journey, " You only live once, " . . . Memories: Lenny and Sally ' s, Texas, Junior Prom, summers in Wareham . . . Thanksgiving football game . . . thanks. Dad and Sue. Ann Chamberlin Ana . . . nonchalant, easy-going . . . Memories: 8 29 83, Powder Puff, good times with friends . . . Favorites: B-52 ' s, weekends, parties . . . friends forever: Andrea, Bonnie, Di, Jackie, and Kerri ... Ft. Lauderdale ' 85. Craig David Chaplain Chap, Beach Boy, Craigie . . . flexible, obnoxious, tall, blonde . . . Peeves: short people. Cabbage Patch kids, righties . . . Favorites: Little Red Corvette, " I must be in the front row. " 9 28 84, 10 5 84. 10 17 84, Maria, baseball " State. " soccer. Junior Prom . . . college, be happy . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. Kerri Ann Cleary Kerri . . . easy-going, friendly . . . Favorites: Van Halen. B-52 ' s. Rolling Stones. " Wild Horses, " weekends . . . Memories: 8 29 83, " E-vac-u-ation. " Blue Hills, skiing with Dianne, Hull 3 9 83. the Cottage, Florida ' 85. B-52 ' s. 12 17 84 . . . good times with friends . . . special memories of Mom .1 love you. Dad. Michelle Clem Shell. Clemma. Clemmy. Celery . . . Peeves: Ricky ' s drumming, boys with long eyelashes, bad attitudes . . . Favorites: yellow roses, teddy bears, drawing. Spa pizza, Pookie . . . Memories: Drill Team, band. Oklahoma, Fiddler, construction nights, dress rehearsals, make-up, Lisa ' s Light Booth, falling off stage, millions of band-aids . . . Lauren brakes for trees. . Future: fashion illustrating . . . thanks, Mom. Dad, and friends. Kathleen Cocchi Kath, Coach . . . easy-going, friendly, moody . . . Peeves: walking, fighting, rain, waiting . . . Favorites: cruisin ' . Spa. Camaro. parties, all nighters, be good, Ames, roses, ski trips with Karen O. and DeeDee, 10, Ft Lauderdale ' 85, Tim- my 3 3 84, Softball with Karen . . . Memories: Sleeping 4 in a Camaro! Coach Lane . . . out with the girls, good times with Timmy ... be happy and successful . . . love and thanks to Mom and Dad. William Coe Sargeant . . . humorous, crazy . . . Peeves: sprints, being late, riding on empty . . . Favorites: football. CYC. skiing, Springsteenism, Merv and Merv, Doh Burgers, Scooby Doo . . . Memories: 5 16 84, " Always and Forever, " Riviera with Julie . . . " When we get there we ' ll be there " ... to stay happy, thanks and love to Ma and Dad. Barbara E. Cole Barbie . . . friendly, talkative, silly, humble . . . Peeves: morning announcements, cereal commercials . . . Favorites: lasagna. soccer. " Hard Habit to Break. " " I didn ' t do my homework, " creative writing . . Memories: My birth. Junior Prom, song of the day. good times in homeroom with Paul. Chuck Theresa . . . Future: school, marriage, family. CRAIG D. CHAPLAIN MICHELLE M.CLEM WILLIAM L. COE BARBARA E. COLE 28 THERESA COLEMAN DONNA COOMBES FRANCES COSTELLO JOSEBA COVIAN (GOROSTIGA) JAMES F. CONNOR FRANCES T. COOK Theresa I. Coleman Lovely, quiet, Irish, blond, crazy, split personality . . . Peeves; people who sing when they don ' t know the words to the song . . . Favorites: the Stones, Mr. Coen ' s study, " You make my dreams come true " . . . Memories: SHS vs. Sharon football game, the nutty bunch, Karen and General Hospital . . . love to Mom. James Connor Hacksaw . . . profound, ambiguous, analytical, artist . . . Peeves: waste, the Bear, conformists . . . Favorites: " You know as well as I do,. " Comp Sci II was my Waterloo . . . Memories: Classics, Bye to Chachi, Jerry, Harry and Sullen . . . thank you, I didn ' t waste 1 2 years . . . thanks to the family. Frances T. Cook Fran . . . moody, talkative, obnoxious . . . Peeves: waiting, mornings before 10, getting caught . . . Favorites: summers, hanging out with Donna, good looking guys, being with friends . . . " Hey, it ' s not my problem, " frosting fights, four at a time, " You ' re gonna get caught, " going on the same route . . . loving memories of Nana . . . college . . . thanks and love to family. Donna Coombes Stretch, Donnie . . . jumpy, sensitive, unpredictable . . . Peeves: Monday morn- ings, waiting, cliques . . . Favorites: Centrum 9 22 84, Joey ' s Caddy, Billy Squier, Van Halen, " String Out, " pizza, Exxon, hangin ' out with Fran . . . Memories: Colleen ' s christening, Joe 11 28 83-1 7 84 . . . school, be happy . . . thanks. Mom and Dad Frances Costello Frannie, Franchise . . . Peeves: Monday mornings, lies . . . Favorites: Steven 1 27 84, best friends with Kim, skiing 12 8 84, Chessman, gymnastics. Junior Prom . . . spying on the boys, " hello . . . hello " . . . 7 20 84, " oops, " good times with " The smut couple " . . . Fridays and M Ms ' s. Paul T. Coughlin Devious, sarcastic, friendly . . . Peeve: meeting deadlines . . . the " Vette " and cooking at the Goddard . . . Memories: E-Hour study. Powder Puff cheerleader, Canada trip . . . T-Bone. ARTHUR COOPER PAUL TIMOTHY COUGHLIN SCOTT C. CROMBIE 29 ALLEN D. CURTIS MARY M. DAVIS 4 JENNIFER A. CROSS MAURA A. CROWLEY CLARE CURRIE Maura A. Crowley Sensitive, semi-serious, analytical . . . Peeves: cramming, wii ' c ' s block. Dad ' s car ... Favorites: The Cars, " It ' s All I Can Do, " " The Stranger. " Psych I, " unbelievable! " . . . Memories: visit to Syracuse, summer of 81, tennis champs, Bob and Doug, midnight mass, home at 3 a.m. . . . Plans: six to eight years in the university life, to be a psychologist in New York . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. Clare Currie Happy-Go-Lucky, generous . . . Peeves: freshmen, physics . . . Favorites: Ratt, Van Halen, Twisted Sister, Steve Perry, Night Ranger, " If at first you don ' t suc- ceed, you ' re running about average " . . . Memories: Thanksgiving game ' 82, shopping with Lisa, Terminator . . . Plans: college, math major. Allen David Curtis Generous, understanding, sarcastic . Peeves: Moe ' s haircut, Volkswagen Rabbits, MBTA . . . Favorites: Tina, strawberry shortcake, basketball, Chatham, station-wagon . . . Memories: football with friends, hoop at church, Bob ' s curse, 4 15 18 . . . Plans: college, success. Mary M. Davis Mea, Mom . . . talkative, impatient . . . Peeves: cheerleaders, skibba, B-Days . . . Favorites: Carlos. " Just You And I, " The Gap Band, Firebirds, Ben . Memories: the long awaited night — 10 23 82, my Mustang — 10 8 82, reunited with a special friend, " Howdie-Doodie, " better times with Bad Co. all my love to the gang! Joseph C. Deutsch Boe. Boey . . . friendly, easy-going . . Peeves: collars, shadin . . . Memories: hacking with Todd. Rick, Lodge, Jim, Jim, Paul, and Mike, Tina (2 4 82), 6 2 84. Junior Prom . . . Favorites: The Crue. Quiet Riot, Fender, Tina thanks. Mom and Dad. Joe F. Dias Joey . . . quiet, moody, friendly . . . Peeves: waking up for school . . . Favorites: Van Halen. Cars, caddies, limos . . . Memories: summer ' 84. 7 30 84, 9 10 84 . . . Plans: be head of the strip. JOSEPH C. DEUTSCH JOE F. DIAS 30 PAMELA J. DiCASTRO JULIE A.DiGLORIA ANTHONY DiLORENZO DANIEL P. DINDY I LESLYANN DINO AMILCAR DoCANTO JOHN DOHERTY Pamela J. DiCastro Pam, Pammie D. . . . quiet, sensitive, friendly . . Peeves: His Ex, rainy Monday mornings . . . Favorites: John, my Camaro, v; eekends, crusin ' the strip, all nighters, Florida ' 84, " Where ' s the parties?, " Pearl Harboring, great times with the foursome: Dot, Karen O., Coach . . . special times with John O., 6 7 84 . . . hoping for great success . . . love and thanks to Mom and Dad. Julie DIGIoria Ju . . . loud, sarcastic, rowdy, argumentative , . . Peeves: " that crowd, " snobs . . . Favorites: N.H.. hockey. Pearl Harbors . . . doing pot-shots. Blue Hills, Cheap Trick ' 81. 79-82. Van Halen. Pat . . . Memories: classes with Mary . . . thanks. Mom. for putting up with me . . . live in New Hampshire, win Megabucks . . . glad to be out. Anthony DILorenzo Tony . . . Peeves: making mistakes . . . Favorites: Paris, New York, music. John Williams. London Symphony. McDonald ' s Band . . . Memories: 81-85. New York Phil ' 84 ... A chauffeur at SHS . . . pursue music career . . thanks. Mom and Dad, for all your help and guidance over the years. Lesly Ann Dino Les, Leilus . . . friendly, moody, always worried . . . Peeves: cliques, mornings, being cold . . . Drill Team. Maine ' 84. " Norge. " 9 yrs. with Nancy. Soc. with Georgus. good times with Dawn Kid and Val. jump-up-and-down! ... go to col- lege . . . love to Mom. Dad. and Sue. Deborah Dixon Duba . . . shy. generous, impatient . . Peeves: snobs, homework, double- dating with David and Linda . . . Favorites: Bruce Springsteen, math . , , " whoopie-ding-dong " . . . found at Denneno ' s after school with friends , . . plans to marry Tom. have children, run day-care center . , . Memories: going all over town asking for money for SADD Annmarie Doherty Ann. Annie . . . sensitive, gullible . . . lifetime friendship with Carol, field Hockey with Pam and Lisa, the fence. 8 31 84. Randolph rocks, cruisin ' with the A.M. blues, morning shock with Julie. Kiss- 108. the gruesome four, good friends that will last a lifetime ... to be happy and successful . . . love and thanks to family. John Doherty Doh. JD . . . sensitive, friendly . . . Peeves: Friday night parties . . . Favorites: Hockey 10. 11. 12. turn the page. 1 7 82 . . Cape Cod weekend. Watson. Spa. salt meadow, great times with Lori . . to go to college . thanks Ma and Dad. DEBORAH DIXON ANNMARIE DOHERTY JOSEPH DOHERTY 31 TANYA C. DOMINICO TARA L. DONNELLY THOMAS J. DONNELLY DENIS DONOGHUE PAMELA DOWD KATHLEEN M. DOYLE Tara L. Donnelly Tara D. . . . Crazy . . . Peeves: waiting, duck, splinters . . . Favorites: Bob Seger, " Buzzweiser, " the Irish . . . Memories: B-Ball, mailboxes, thrown out with Kap- pa, Simeone ' s, Krissy ' s party, " We Are Family, " Burba ' s brawl, JoJo ' s 20th, friendship and Duno with Paula, Cape Cod summer of ' 84, great times with the gals. Powder Puff ' 85 . . . Plans: To live a hell of a life, college-bound with Red Thanks Mrs. Paterson ... I love you. Mom and Dad. Thomas J. Donnelly Tom, T.J.. Donns . . . loud, stubborn, easy-going Peeves: snobs, mind games, empty wallet, empty gas tank, rats . . . Favorites: Springsteen, " The Nova, " " No, no, no. a Bud Light, " The elevator, 8 26 82, The Conz, The Rock . . . Bubba . . 12 16 83 . . . Pam . plowing with Mike, Student Council, 4 yrs. . . . Future? . . . Plans: go to college .1 love you. Mom and Dad. Denis Donoghue Snowflake . . . moody, athletic, sarcastic . . . Peeves: on the line, working weekends . . Favorites: Spa, basketball 1, 2, 4, 5, Simeone ' s, South School, Pratt ' s . . . Memories: beating Hanover by one . Sorry I ' m late . . . thanks, Mr Sarno . . . good luck ' 86 . . . Plans: college . . . thanks. Mom. Pamela J. Dowd Pam . . . friendly, picky . . . Peeves: no money, no parties, car accidents on E, people who always think they ' re right . . . Fleetwood Mac, Buzzweisers, Cape Cod, " Wanna leave, " " Who ' s driving " . . . Memories: Krissy ' s. ski trip, 1 25 83, Kris, early outs at Di ' s, We are a family, a never-ending friendship with Thor, . . Plans: to travel . . . thanks. Mom, Dad, Nana, and Gramp. Christine M. Doyle Chrissie . . . friendly, sensitive, moody . . . Peeves: " the thing, " witchy people, essays . . . Favorites: Fleetwood Mac, " Wishing You Were Here, " Springsteen, Pepsi . , . Memories: The Aggie, good times with Debbie, the woman in the towel, walks with Sandi, lots of love to Robert, 3 25 83, 1 20 84, the Arco . Plans: to stay with Robert and see Katie happy . . love you. Mom and Dad. Kathleen M. Doyle Kath. Kappa , . . talkative, happy, impatient . . , Peeves: waiting, splinters 83- 84. The Duck, school . , , Favorites: The Stones, basketball, skiing. Bruins, " scam?? " . . . Memories: Mary ' s Mustang 10 8 82. slits. 4 20 84. " ya think?, " thrown out with Bubba, summers 83-84, Powder Puff, good times with friends . . . Plans: to be happy and have a lot of money . . thanks. Ma and Dad. Maurice John Doyle Moe . . funny, caring, intelligent, crazy, conceited Peeves: never winning a championship, no minds . . . Favorites: fries, baseball, football with the guys, junior slaughter, ha nging out . . . Memories: 7 3 84 Katy, stranded, lost, hoop, jinx, Celtic Celebration, Red Sox, friends . . good luck Bob and Taco . . . college-bound . . . love and thanks. Mom and Dad. DAVID A. DOUCETTE CHRISTINE M. DOYLE MAURICE J. DOYLE 32 ROBIN LYNNE DRAY JENNIFER EAGAN NANCY JEAN ELLERTSON THOMAS PATRICK ANTHONY DUCEY ROBIN L. DuPONT JULIE ERICKSON Robin Lynne Dray Rob, Robin . . . moody, funny . . . Peeves: 999-1 11?... Memories: Softball 84- 85, field hockey 84-85, basketball, ice hockey . . . The King and Queen, memories of Jim, special times with Tommy and Lipper . . . thanks and love. Mom, Dad, Rich, and kids. Robin L. DuPoni Dupey, The Bird, . . . moody, sensitive . Peeves: backstabbers, broken pro- mises, no car . . , Favorites: Desert Moon, cool it now. Hard Habit, Buds, Psych I, Mike, Prince . . . Memories: parties, summer with Pat, dancing in front of Jimmy ' s, 7 7 84, wedding. " Are we cousins, " " oh, well " ... go to college . . . thanks. Mom, for all you ' ve done. David E. Duross, Jr. Rip . . . easy-going . . . Peeves: backstabbing . . , Favorites: Styx, Grand Illu- sion, Mythology, Oh, easy! . . . Memories: Summer-Fest ' 84, Friday nights ... to find a dream . . . thanks, Mom and Dad. Jennifer Eagan Jen, Eagie, . . . sensitive, moody, outrageous . . . Peeves: English, I love your hair, cars that don ' t work, Monday mornings . . . Favorites: drill team, weekends with Sue, that your bag? guacamole, late nights ... Memories: 9 12 47, 10 31 82, summer ' 84, NY ' 82 parties . . . Dreams: to move away and be hap- py .. . thanks to those who care. James Eldridge Jimbo, Jimmy . . . carefree, generous, mellow . . Peeve: people who don ' t come through . . . Favorites: Van Halen, " Runnin ' with the Devil, " pizza, motor- cross, psychology, ... Memories: The fort, muddy, 6 10 81, 7 6 83 ... Plans: to get a job in California. Nancy Ellertson Daffy, talkative, moody . . . Peeves: secrets and lies . . . Favorites: Bubba, Phil, " Dingy and Dippy, " fries, shopping. Cape, Carlene, The Blue Bomber, times with Sharyn. pink Ferrari . . . Memories: Tosh, Pixy. Toga, Circus, 8 9 84 . . . College-Bound . . . love to Jackie . . . love and thanks to Mom, Dad, David, Gram. Marcia Ennis Talkative, friendly, easy-going . . . Peeves: saying goodbye, waiting Favorites: Fleetwood Mac, Bob Seger (Turn the Page) , Bud, " Go For It!, " 7 30 84 . . . Memories: good times with good friends. New Year ' s Eve 82 83, ZZ Top ' 84, talks with Kathy . . . Plans: to go to college . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. Julie Ellen Erickson Jill, Jules . . . outgoing, loud . . . Peeves: freshman year, unkept promises, being blamed for nothing, B-2 . . . Favorites: cheerleading, best friends with Jacquie and the gang, Bessie, wonder mobile, " Get out, " Bobs, 7 25 84, " Our Riviera, " highway moons, getting lost 5-12-84, Junior Prom court. Scavenger Hunt, Watsons, " decorating " Chinese food . . . Plans: to go to law school ... all my love to Billy 5-16-84, thanks Ma, Carl and Dad. DAVID E. DUROSS JAMES M. ELDRIDGE MARCIA ENNIS EDWARD FALANDYS 33 ALUINA M. FARIA AMOS R. FERNANDES JR. MARKD. FERRINI TODD FOULSHAM ROBERT M. FEDOROWICZ LAURA FEIST Aldina Faria E.T. . . . short, crazy, sensitive . . . Peeves: Monday mornings, two-faced people , . . Favorites: Police, Bowie 8 29 83, lobster, photography . . Memories: Nantasket ' 83, fun times with Grace and Alex, freshman year . . . college, hap- piness and health . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. Robert Michael Fedorowicz " Bobby " , . . perfectionist, sensitive, athletic . . . Peeves: losing, homework, science projects . . . Favorites: 2, Pooky, baseball, Zug. Toby, Big Brother and Sister, Wyndham family . . . Memories: Sappy, Anthony, Statechamps ' 84, baseball, football, teaching night school. Proms, 4 10 82 my love for Carol, I love you Ma and Dad . . . Plans: to be successful. Laura Feist Dingy 2, . . . crazy, goofy, friendly, cheerful . . Peeves: tension, violence, spelling . . . Favorites: Cyndy Lauper, cookies, roller skating, definitely not math . . . Memories: Cheryl and Sean 1 28 84, Peggy, April, sunglasses, camping with Dingy 1, the beach ' 84, ' " Take off ya hoser, " " radical, " pot belly Pete . . . Plans: to become a nurse ... I love you. Mom and Dad. Tina M. Ferguson " T. " Fergie, pee-wee, shortcake . . . moody, sensitive, sarcastic . . . Peeves: waiting, busy phones, broken promises, good-byes, " 14 " . . . Favorites: " Miss- ing you, " Garfield cadets, tour. Trip " n " Fall . . . Memories: Alliance " 80-83, " bus rides, good times with Peggy, Jerry ' s corp, summer " 84 " with Dawn, 8 18 83, 8 19 83 . . . Plans: go to college, live a happy life . . . love and thanks to family and friends. Amos R. Fernandas Skip, Ahmos, Elmis, A-Moss, Famous . obnoxious, talkative, gullible . . . Peeves: socks, waiting, driving correctly . . . Favorites: chocolate crullers, shady jokes . . . Memories: growing up with Tina, 5 18 84, fun times with Marian, Brenda, and Stacey, lunch with the troop . . Plans: to be rich and famous . . thanks. Mom and Dad. Eric Fernandez On SHS: " It ' s a nice place to visit, but I wouldn ' t want to live there. " Peeves: phony people, Mr. Rogers, crowds, bad drivers, injustice . . . Farewells: good luck to Psycho Joe. Mr. Rogers, Kamakazi Ken, Nightie Man, Bunny Bob, and the rest of the players . . . Memories: the Bob Bohn Jinx (0-13) , the musical " Grease, " The hand grenade caper . . . Plans: become rich architect and own a Ferrari. Leah M. Fossella Lefty . . . different, exotic . . . Peeves: 7-Up, Squash, no money, being grounded . . . Favorites: Steve Perry " Strung Out, " Chaka Kahn " Feel For You, " . ., Bill . . . Memories: Junior Skip Day, E-Period study sophomore year and " The Chair, " 11 21 84 Canton, The Three Musketeers, the first SHS Hotwheels Club . . . thanks to all my friends, especially the F-Hour commons group . . . Plans: to marry Bill and stay together Todd Foulsham Spoof . . . Peeves: olsonish people, waking up in the morning . Favorites: Oz, The Crue, " Sending Out An SOS " . . Memories: hanging out with Boe, Log, Mask. V, Jim B., Jim Bob, Hyme . . . Plans: to be a successful musician. Susan Alane Fox Sue, Suey . . . gullible, talkative . . . Peeves: " Is this lane open? " . . . Favorites: weekends at Jen ' s, runnin ' on Pepsi, Beachbound?, strainers, " I Can ' t Drive 55, " . . . Memories: drill team girls, 10 31 82, Toronto ' 84, " Flood!, " halftime, double dales. Purple Rain . . . Plans: to go to college and be independently wealthy . . . I ' ll miss ya Mel . . . thanks Ma and Dad for putting up with me. TINA M. FERGUSON ERIC E. FERNANDEZ LEAH M. FOSSELLA 34 SUSAN ALANE FOX PAMALA M. FRANCIOSO KAREN GALLERANI PATRICIA M. FRANCIOSO PAULA M. FRANCIOSO Pamala Mary Francioso Pam . . . friendly, silly, forgetful . . . Peeves: Paula and Patty, them, biting nails, waiting . . . Favorites: Chinese food, long talks, single roses, being with friends ... Memories: Jeff 11 7 82. tea times with the girls, Canada Dives, field hocl ey with Ann and Lisa . . . thanks. Mom. Dad. and Friends, love you all. Patricia M. Francioso Patty. Pat . . . sarcastic, short tempered, friendly . . Peeves: Pam and Paula, blind dates, heavy metal . . . Favorites: get together, talking shout with Mary, roses, my close friends . . . Memories: Canada Dives. Ducie ' s prties. tea parties, club house, first job. friends . . . thanks Mom. Dad. and friends. I love you. Paula M. Francioso Paula . . . friendly, gullible, flirtatious . . . Peeves: Pat and Pam. waiting, leaving parties. Barnyard Bill . . . Favorites: Red roses, get together . . . Memories: Mon- treal Dives, Ducie ' s parties. The Cars 84, math with Linda and Brian, Club House Gang, tea with the girls . . . thanks Mom. Dad. and friends I Love You. Peter Jon Fredericksen Freddy . . . friendly, athletic, easy-going . . . Peeves: " on the line. " backgam- mon . . . Favorites: State Champs Baseball, Freddy, music, wise-guy. the war at the ridge (I won Swartey) . hoop, " hey Shelly, " my buddy Murph . . . love to my family. Julie Freeman Julio, Freakman . . . laid back, independent . . . Peeves: phonies, coaches . . . Favorites: Lionel Richie, Chicago, softball, skiing, good times with friends. New England Junior Olympic Champs, summer ' 84. gruesome foursome. California. Feb. ' 84 . . . college . . . thanks, Mom and Dad. Daniel Friedman Bluto . . . will do anything for a laugh . . . Peeves: policemen, jail . . . Favorites: fun with friends, " can ' t drive 55 " . . . Memories: " Donkey Smell. " " Animal House " . . . Future: happiness with Ellen, computer. Karen Gallerani Half . . . unique, crazy, funny . . . Peeves: dented Trans-Ams, swinging doors . , . Favorites: Lynyrd Skynyrd. " Freebird. " " You got that right. " The Bruins. " I don ' t feel tardy. " " Boot! " . . . Memories: Summer of ' 84. roses. The Three Muskateers. The First SHS Hotwheels Club . . . Plans: to be a teacher, to own a " Machine. " Christine M. Galley Tina, T, Teen . . . dry, impatient, athletic . . . Peeve: little girls . . . Favorites: 2 18 83 Kim in the towel, fights at Quality in the rain. Rush, pencils . . . Memories: concerts with a special friend, summer of 82 couples, partying with the jungle love girls, tennis champs (screamin ' ). swim capt., Powder Puff morons . . . Bermuda bound . . . thanks Mom, Dad, and SHS friends. PETER JON -REDERICKSEN DANNY FRIEDMAN CHRISTINE M. GALLEY ! JOSE HORACIA GARCIA THERESA GARGIULO Theresa Ann Gargiulo Terrie . . . sensitive, moody . . . Peeves: People vi ho bite their nails . , . Favorites: Chicago, " Hard Habit To Break, " pizza, D-Hour Commons . . . Memories: Sum- mer of ' 84, beach party . . . life i tU Michael. Paul Gelly Gel . . . casual, hard vi orking . . . Peeves: English courses, people v ho put dovi n the football team . . . Favorites: Led Zep. Rush. Buds, lifting at Terban . . . Memories: four years of SHS football, beating Canton . . . The spa . . . to go to college and continue playing football . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. Nina Georges Chatterbox, friendly, always smiling . . . Peeves: fighting and arguing, unhappy endings, temper tantrums, getting caught . . . Favorites: 33. Prince. Pink Floyd, my teddy bears Trudy. Taso. and Pinky, good looking guys, my birthday, baby Wilma. my pal Jim. that certain boy in chemistry . . . Memories: Plane trip to Georgia. Ducies parties. Greece, a very loving memory of Nouna .1 love you Mom. Dad. Michael. Aretta. Jim and Karen Michele Germain Shelly, Mitch . . . gullible, sentimental, cute . Peeves: grills. 6 a.m.. " Those Glasses. " . . . Favorites: blue eyes, purple rain. Bug Patrol . . . Memories: Doin ' 90 in first gear right Lee! Search 164 v ith Tommy. Curb Action. Grad " 84 " McDs 5 hours and 37 minutes, " But That ' s Ok " Cats, the Fish, " Robby Rab- bit, " JoJo, Iguanas . . . Special times with Lee! Love and thanks. Mom and Dad. Brian Gerson Bri, BeeG . . . easy-going, friendly, perfectionist . . . Peeves: months with five Thursdays . . . Favorites: Me and Okee, confused again. Tennis, lifeguarding . . . Memories: " All the Guys, " " I don ' t like Mondays, " USY pres. 84-85, " We ' re Cruisin ' . " Bessie. Rob ' s Car . . . getting lost . . . " Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today for this thing called life! " . . . success and college . . thanks, Mom and Dad. Mary Ghelfi Ghelf. Spacey . . . loud, outspoken, blunt . . . Peeves: " That crowd. " backstab- bers. phony people . . . Favorites: " Heavy metal. " " Reunite, " " the circle, " . . . Memories: Beachrides, New Year ' s Eve ' 82, Pearl Harbor night. Wollaston Beach. Blue Hills. 10 3 80 . . . Glad to be out, class with Julie To travel cross country . . . thanks Mom, Dad, and friends Patricia Gillis Patty . . . always there, fun, good taste . . . Peeves: long distances, no car. little brothers . . . Favorites: Night Ranger. My Lucky Star. Chinese food, this is true, the gang at the trailer . . . Memories: SHS Hot Wheels Club. Junior Skip Day, Summer of ' 84. 24 South . . . to be happy . . . love and thanks to friends and family. PAUL MARTIN GELLY MICHELE GERMAIN BRIAN GERSON PATRICIA GILLIS CARI R. GILMAN MARC GOLDMAN GORETT GOMES HOWARD E. GORMAN LISA M. GOLD COREY A. GOLDMAN Cari Robin Gilman Pixie, Manny . . . moody, hyper, short . . . Peeves: sherry, cell block, . . . Favorites: Beaver Brown, Celtics, Buzzweizer . . . Memories: my parties that never vi ere, gymnastics and track vi ith Kimba, Canton mailboxes, " we are fami- ly, " good times with the gals, Simeone ' s, the attack, 11 12 81, Friday night spats with Tara, Mac, DeHaDawn . . college, here I come, happy, married, successful . . . love and thanks Mom, Dad and Matt. Lisa M. Gold Lili, Lisa, . . . gullible, bubbly, energetic . . . Peeves: wasted weekends . . . Favorites: my clone, ballerinas, " Haul it on over! " . . . Memories: Chinese food in the rain, Police 83, 84, chasing Mary, cruisin ' with Marcy, bunk 19, the water- front, " Yo bubbasl " T day 82, 84, powder puff, slammer with Tina and Herb, boys locker room . . . love to my Mommy and Daddy . . . This is me, this is you and this is it. Corey A. Goldman Cor, D-day . . . procrastinator, moody, sensitive . . . Peeves: slow walkers, loud people, Monday mornings . . . Favorites: Van Halen, Mrs. Broom, Peabody, summer of 83, and 84, Duxbury riding, Dan ' s house, the spa ... go to college ... to Mom and Dad, thanks, and I love you Marc A. Goldman Fica . . . shy, short-tempered . . . Peeves: lifting, Monday mornings, work, Corey ' s driving . . . Favorites; Jon Butcher Axis, " don ' t say goodnight, " " the spa, " " oh, " the mutants, BC football games, 7 4 84, summer of ' 83, New Year ' s . . . Turkey Day, when we won ... go to UMass and study? . . . thanks Mom, Dad, Pit and Peb. Andrea L. Gomes Andi . . . quiet, sensitive, easily aggravated . . . Peeves: waiting, hyper mentals and two-faced people . . . Favorites: chocolate, art, " I can ' t wait, " the tower, the star fire, " The Rabbit, " ... Memories: 4 11 83, fun times with Mike, 4 17 83 ... to go into real estate and get married. Gorett Gomes GeeGee, Gorettsky, Gomesman, Barrett . . . strange freak, friendly, depen- dable, sensitive, unpredictable . . . Peeves: two-faced people, waiting, getting up in the morning . . . Favorites: wine, Chinese food, football, dancing . . . Memories: 3 8 82, Merrill ' s birthday party, sanctury 83, Junior Prom, never forget Ducie ' s parties with the Gang " . . . thanks, Mom, and Anna, I made it. Nancy Gonsalves Itsy . . . gullible, silly . . . Peeves: waiting, two-faced people . . . Favorites: " you airhead! " 8 26 84, Burkes Beach with Marc, good times with Mary and Jo and the girls of SHS ... to be rich and successful . . . thanks Mom and Dad, I love you. Howard E. Gorman Howie, Gorge, Maybaum , . . wise, sarcastic, humorous, moody . . . Peeves: blackstone, work, " hay for sale, " " best buddies, " 8 3 84, Tops, Juey, " class, " ... to lay out in the sun and drop . . . thanks Mom and Dad. James Gorman Forehead, eyebrow . . . Favorites: " What do I love, " elegant ladies, aerotechnical science, 4x4 ' s, most of all mama log . . . friend and long life friend to Ponch and Log . . . Most of all I ' d like to thank my mother and father whom I love for their support in my high school years. ANDREA L. GOMES ! ' I nil 2 ' ' NANCY A. GONSALVES JAMES W. GORMAN 37 HEIDI LYNN GREENE RAMONA-MARIA GRABSKI REBECCA ANNE GRABSKI ARLEEN (MISTY) ELVA GRANBERRY MICHELE P. GRIMSLEY TOM HALLEN Arleen Cranberry Misty Blue . . . intelligent, outgoing, outstanding, frank . . . Peeves: cats, birds, fish ... To forget the mistakes of the past and move on to achievements of the future . . . Memories: The day I started SHS and the day I said my farewells . . . Future Plans: To be a Top 10 model and a lavi yer. Heidi L. Greene Hibeem, beemer . . . gullible, sarcastic . . . Peeves: waiting, lies, friends who aren ' t, ninjas, toast . . . Favorites: freshman year, early Thursday parties, caps. B-52 ' s, " Dance this mess around, " " Stud, " " Lip, " Summer ' 84 beachbound, 4 years with Diane, 8 17 84, 143 Chris, To someday to south , . . Glad to get out! Eileen M. Gregor Eileen, Bean . . . ambitious, sarcastic, friendly . . . Peeves: MurMac ' s, snobs, cli- ques . . . Favorites: Bruins, Nevin and Oakie, pizza, Chinese food. Good times w Paula and Mo, cruisin ' with the gals, getting lost in the No, End w Rip , , , 2 6 82 . . . 9 15 82 , , . Bruce Springsteen, Beaver Brown Band, " Stairway to Heaven, " Congrats + Good Luck ' 85 . . . college bound " Psych! " ... all my love and thanks to Mom and Dad. Michele Grimsley Quiet, friendly, caring . . . Peeves: finger tapping . . . Favorites: The Police, " King of Pain, " pizza, ice skating, English, " no problem " . . . Memories: Karen ' s trailer, Plymouth, Spirit Halls, football games . . . Plans: to be an early childhood teacher. Joseph Guiney Confused, unsure, unsatisfied . , . Peeves: dealing with unwanted people, work . . , Favorites: The Rolling Stones, " Sympathy for the Devil, " pizza, tacos . . . Memories: The Site, Big Blue, High Tensions, The Temple . . . look for something new. Thomas C. Hallen Tom . . . Peeves: April 1st, November 2nd . . . Favorites: Van Halen, football, shop. Bud . . , Memories: parties at the old fort with Brian, Neil and Mark . . , Plans: to get into the carpenter ' s Union. George Hammond George , . easy-going, cool . Peeves: Mondays, spew. Hit Radio, Boys in Blue . . . Favorites: money. Pink Floyd, bikes. Hag . . . Gumby . . . ' 85, The End . . . thanks to the people who tried. EILEEN M. GREGOR JOSEPH P. GUINEY GEORGE G. HAMMOND 38 I i KIM L. HANDEL SUZANNE HATCH DIANE M. HAYES GORILHEIBERG r STAYCIE M. HARRIS DANIEL E. HASLAM JR. Kim L. Handel B . . . sociable, out-going, cautious . . . Peeves: shoes without socks, waiting, people who are nice only when they want something . . . Favorites: Huey Lewis, Paul McCartney. " My Bubee, " " wanna cruise?. " special times with Michael . . . Couples of ' 82 . . . Boonesfarm. on the rocks at Nantasket. 8 6 82, Tap-Tap- Tap, Michael!, Fuzzy Duck, crash, jiggling jugs in Boston, Bermuda-Bound . . . thanks Mom, Dad, and Mike. Staycie M. Harris Stace . . . Peeves: narrow-minded people, generic people . . . Memories: The Clash, summer ' 82, the unforgettable camping trip, pop, 2A, " I don ' t like Mon- days. " Newbury St., long walks with Chrissy, Boston, singing in the rain . . . London ' s calling . . . love to all my family. Daniel E. Haslam Jr. Hazmo . . . athletic . . . " I ' m hungry " . . . Memories: baseball ' 84 State Champs 11, 1 7 84, " vouchers? " . . , best of luck to everyone . . . sports. " Joy " and the FBI! . . . Thanks for everything, Mom and Dad, Suzanne Hatch Suzie . . . happy, impatient . . . Peeves: fake friends, waiting . . . Favorites: cheese, shopping, " my Corvette, " peanut butter fudge, clowns . , . Memories: flea markets with Janet. Rick James concert, Quincy Market with Peter ... all my love to Peter. 6 14 84, " Wishing on a Star " . . . Robert Michael 1 1 18 84 . . . college-bound . . . much love to Peter and Dad . . . thanks for everything. Mom. Elinor E. Havlin Ellie. El . . . funny, loud . . . " What, Val What? " . . . Favorites: skittles, the Celtics, the El-Mobile, phosfluori.ne. Bit, Boston, Sheba, singing (?) ... " Born Free " . . . college, happiness ... I love you Mum, Dad and Karen. Diane M. Hayes Dianabell, Banana . . . friendly, happy . . . Peeves: no parties, arguments, 11 5 82 ... Favorites: freshman year at Stone Ends, early Thursdays, 1 18 82, sweetheart, caps, Fleetwood Mac, Monday Morning. B52 ' s ... Memories: " We are Family. " good times with the girls. Cape Cod with Pam. thank you Heidi ... to live a long, happy, and successful life . . - thank you. Ma and Dad, I love you. Jefferson HeberHng Heeba. Heebs . . . late, talkative, sheltered, spirited, spontaneous . . . Peeves: deadlines, Monday mornings, SAT ' s, curfews . . . Favorites: Chatham. Friday nights with Sleazer and Blurb, sailing, horseback riding, D101 events. Powder Puff cheerleading. Executive Board meetings . . . college and " Risky Business " . . . thanks, Miss Herrera. Goril Heiberg Gerta, Gire. Kiddo . . . stubborn, confused . . . Peeves: homework, good-byes, broken promises . . . Favorites: Rolling Stones. Chinese food, ice cream, skiing, soccer, " Oh Boy!, " " Hey Dude " . . . Memories: Berg ' s trip down the stairs, too many regulations . . , thanks to my sister Carolyn and Mrs. O ' Donnell . . . thanks for a good year in the U.S.A. ELINOR E. HAVLIN iil JEFFERSON HEBERLING 39 DEBORAH ANN HICKEY MICHAEL HIGGINS JOHN B. HOWE SANDRA J. IRELAND Deborah Ann Hickey Debbie, Pokey . , . sarcastic, moody, short , . Peeves: snobs, fighting with Steph. dreams that never come true, wedges . . . Favorites: Powder Puff. " Just You and I. " " yuk. " " mmm, " special memories with Stephen. " Nook Rd 4 3 82, " " freshman year. " Home Ec with Lisa and Darren, " my baby, Jef- frey " . . . special thanks to Mom, Dad and Barb. John B. Howe Howie . , active, outgoing, sensitive, aggressive , . . Peeves: essays, warm Buds, shoveling the pond, the toe . . . Favorites: Van Halen, Eagles, Boston, motorcycles, pond hockey, Tuesday night basketball . . . Friday night hockey, Walshie ' s shop, swilling with boys, good times with Rolty . . . become my own success. Kristen Murray Hughes Krissy . . . Peeves: hairy details . . . Amy Buckets, p-u-p-p-y l-o-v-e. pita. Janet. THANKS!, too many fish in the sea, Dunmore, sailing with Amy, Kim and Deb- bie, x-mas party misteltoe!. " Roxell, " " Want a chip?, " " We are family, " " ex- cuse me " . . , 3 6 83 . . . thanks for your love and help. Jo-Jo. Brendan, Amy, Aunt Joanne, and Mom ... I miss you already. Sandra J. Ireland Sandi , . . talkative, impatient, moody - Peeves: waiting, being grounded, headgames . . . Favorites: The elcamino, 2 18 82, Kim in the towel, Suzie won the bet, Patty pull over, the Bridgeway, good times with Andrea girls, 9 14 84, dead end, " I ' m getting nervous, " " whaaa, " . . . thanks Deb. to be happy. I love you Mom and Dad, MICHAEL C. INGRAM f PfiCVIO£MCE 1 FRANK J. -J THEi 00 u UJ o 40 GLENN A. IVALDI PATRICK H. JAY TERESA JURGILEWICZ SUSAN B. KARDON JOAN C. IVALDI RANDY S. JACOBS Glenn A. Ivaldi Henry . . . lazy, quiet, understanding, sensitive . . . Peeves: Mondays, honnevi(ork . . . Favorites: Walshie ' s class, Geils, Van Halen, 69 AMX, good times with Hovi ' ie, Hack, beach ... to win the lottery. Joan C. Ivaldi Joanie Spumoni . . . spunky, gabby, daring, " shimply shvi ' ell " . . . Peeves: pleather, jelly donuts, 9 1 84 . . . Favorites: summer of ' 84, Senior Prom ' 84, Rookie, laugh attacks, little blue horizon, Steph gummy bears, ZZ-Top, T-Ping, good times vi ' ith Jean, Lynn and the squad, cheering 83-85 ... all my love to Chris, 2 22 84 — Ponkapoag . . . college-bound, marriage . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. Randy Scott Jacobs Steve . . . thoughtful, considerate . . . Peeves: Spanky, homevi ork, brother Jon . . . Favorites: Beatles, pizza, computer class . . . walkout ... to go to computer school. Eddie Jagiello Ed . . . different, try anything . . . Peeves: two-faced, obnoxious people . . . Favorites: ZZ-Top, Aerosmith, " Life in the Fast Lane, " Cars, " Go ahead, try it!, " cruisin ' , Nantasket Beach ' 84, " Hypo Maverick, " . . . headin ' to the business world . . . thanks, Mom and Dad. Anissa Yvette Jones Jonesy, Run, Slim . . . friendly, talkative, unpredictable . . . Peeves: racism, waiting . . . Favorites: The Doors, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, The Stones, " Kashmir, " " Are You Experienced " ? . . . Memories: " 75, " " doves, " " journeys to the unknown, " " good times, " " bad times, " " the Wanderer " . . . " What is and what should never be " ... To live a happy, healthy, and successful life . . . all my love and thanks to Ma, Daddy. John John, and family. Teresa Jurgilewicz Half . . . soft, wild, being illiterate . . . Peeves: endless roads, math, never on time, " Poochine " . . . Favorites: Van Halen, " Dancing in the Streets, " " Let ' s Boot, " summer of ' 84, " Freebird, " Burger King, " Mickey. " the limo. 24-south. I know a little, three musketeers, go for it, its been real, become a nurse, thanks Mom and Dad. Susan Beth Kardon Sue . . . ambitious, talkative, friendly . . . Peeves: goodbyes, eye glasses, SAT ' s, boredom . . . Favorites: Harvard Square, baked potatoes, shopping, being with friends . . . great times with band and jazz band, silver medal in Toronto ' 84. " flood. " MICA ' 82, close friends in BBYO and USY, summer of ' 84 at Int ' l Conv. times at TJ Maxx and NESH ... to attend college and be successful . . . love and thanks Mom, Dad, Steve and Lisa. Christopher Kelley Chris, Christophe . . . lazy, sleepy, sarcastic . . . Peeves: conservatives, Mon- days, calculus, George Eliot . . . Favorites: U2, Harold and Maude, Harvard Square . . . Papa G ' s, history with Mr. H, " I am a donut, " MASP ' 84, " the sum- mer of our discontent, " " recall, " " chillin ' with the crew " . . . college, law school . . . lo ve and thanks to family and friends. ED JAGIELLO ANISSA YVETTE JONES THOMAS KANE CHRISTOPHER KELLEY 41 APRIL-MARIE KENDRIGAN PAULA J. KLIM DAWN M. KELLEY NEILKELLUM TINAS. KREITZBERG Dawn M. Kelley Bubbles, Blondie, Lassie, Dawn-Dawn the worry wart . . . lively, emotional . , . Peeves: waiting, liars and ctieats, waking up Mark, poor excuses, good-byes . . . Memories: Oakridge, 4tti Street, Honeymoon Rock, The Bet, Cambras, Junior Prom Night with Mark, The four of us forever, the goat, Snooopy, good times with Tina . . . thanks, Mom. Neil Kellum Krazy-K ... " A beginning of a new life. " ... Air Force. Lisa G. Kelman Lisa K, Kiddo, Lee . . . constantly confused, gullible, sentimental . . . Peeves: SAT ' s, frustration, " those glasses, " Bruno . . . Favorites: Journey, blue eyes, purple rain, bug patrol, dissonance, F-Hour 83-84, summers with Robyn, They ' re here! . . . Memories: Doing 90 in first gear, right Shelly? 4-17-84, Paul 2-20-83, 9-12-84, 10-24-84. The Spa, the Fox, Virginia ' 84, Lunch with Doug. Plays with Clemma. 3 yrs. with Elena . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. April-Marie Kendrigan April, Lirpa, Dingy 1 . . . friendly, crazy, outgoing . , . Peeves: boys in Lees, boys, waiting . . . Favorites: men, scrubs, allnighters, cheerleading . . . Memories: camping with Dingy 2, 7 17 84, summer of ' 81, 8 3 84 " Up for Sale, " " Radical, " " It ' s Casual, " All nighters with the scrubs, sunglasses . . . Plans: college and to be happy and successful . . . love and thanks to Mom and Dad. Steven Mark Kerman Kermy . . . friendly, easygoing, comical, crazy . . . Peeves: 6:45, working, Blackstone, Bagels, thinking, A-4th . . . Favorites: ya right! should of listen to me! Riptide, Best Buddies, the Spa, Vice, Bas ' d, " In The Air Tonight, " The Police, laughs with Kim, Lisa, and Alison . . . Plans: To live the life of a rich man . . . thanks. Mom and Dad, I love you. Paula J. Klim Peala, Palo . . . loud, crazy, spirited . . . Memories: cheerleading, track w Kim- ba . . . 18 years w Weezie, Cape Cod summer ' 84, deaf man ' s bluff . . . friend- ship, duno w Tara . . . Burba brawl ... we are family . . Happy B-Day Cory . . . Simeones, Buzzweiser, signs . . . Powder Puff 85 . . JoJo ' s 20th . . . Great times with the gang . . . The 4-some . . . Jamie ' s crying . . 9 26 81, special times with Jimmy . . . special memories of Dad, thanks Mom, I love you Joel Koltz Killer, Koltzy . . . crazy, weird, unique, rebel without a cause . . . Peeves: phony people, the norm . . . nothing human loves forever, I don ' t like Mondays . . . Favorites: my room. Opus, Bowie, English accents. Karen. Rocky Horror. Bickfords. sign stealing. UMass weekends, good times with real friends. Sharon girls . . . thanks. Mom and Dad, I really do love you! Tina Kreitzberg Red . . . " Welcome to the funny farm — SHS! " . . . " Help! The paranoids are after me! " . . . Favorites: singing, guitar, music. Biology, Irene Cara, James Taylor . . . Peeves: practical jokes, silence, cigarette smoke, alcohol . . " I may not win, but I can ' t be thrown out tiere on my own. " Debbie J. Lee Poopsie, Doe, Dippy . . . Peeves: cliques, Roxies, The boys in blue, " Where ' s the beef " . . . Favorites: Ozzy. U2, Rush, Equinox, " Rock n ' Roll Rebel, " " In the name of love " . . . Memories: " No way baby say! " " Cheater-Cheater pants on fire. " 9 14 84. 10 26 84 Jilly. The Rocks, " The Rain " — Shmoe. Poopie and the poopsies, Randolph pals. Beach Bound, love to Jeff and Mark . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. LISA GAYLE KELMAN STEVEN MARK KERMAN JOEL KOLTZ DEBBIE J. LEE 42 KENNETH LESSA CARLEIA A. LIGHTY LAURA M. LOPING ROBERT C. LEVINE KAREN A. LICCIARDI Kenneth Lessa Ken, Ponch . . . confused, happy . . . Favorites: Rolling Stones Hand of Fate, " Olsen, " green heap . . . Memories: the sight, big blue, 4x4, " Log, Forehead, " muddy . . . Plans: to travel. Robert C. Levine Rob, Roba . . . friendly, short-tempered, forgetful . . . Peeves: getting caught, fig newtons with peanut butter . . . Memories: wrestling, art, " I don ' t lil e Mon- days, " USY, " How much will this test affect my life? " Rocky Horror, " Cats in the Cradle, " Nantasket, my Firebird, " We ' re lost!, " out with the guys, love to Jill . . . thanks Mom, Dad, Steven, and Marcie. Karen Ann Licciardi Ka . . . conscientious, organized, contemplative , . . Peeves: disorganization, flunking tests, filled goggles, cat labs . . . Favorites: lifeguards, the Butterfly, Mustang, dead evidence, roses, goldfish . . . Memories: swim team, karate class, demo dance in Conn. ... 1 1 24 82, visiting Ron, " Ok big guy, " " far, far away " . . . Plans: Biochemistry. Carleia A. Lighty Fresh . . . unique, outgoing, bright . . . Peeves: prejudiced people, pain . . . Favorites: Jackson 5, Debarge, Chinese food, dancing, " Time will reveal. " . . . thanks Mrs. Sheehan, Mrs. Crowley . . . Plans: to be a travel agent, school in Hawaii . . . " Although I ' ve only been in this school for a short period of time, I found SHS very good and the teachers and kids to be great. " Carlene Lesa Lighty Poochie . . . easy-going, quiet, shy, intellectual, fashionable . . . Peeves: liars, ig- norance, failing . . . Favorites: " reach for the best and strive for success, " Jackson ' s, " Time will reveal, " Chinese food, English . . . Memories: hanging out with the guys. Deb, Karen, Joni, Nancy ... go for it, Stoughton . . . Plans: management, family, and success. Julie Anne Locke Quiet, quick-tempered . . . Peeves: last-hour class, broken promises, crashing . . . Favorites: diet Coke, U2, Loverboy, remembering 1 1 20 82, 7 7 84 John, long summer days, weekends with Barb, the gang ... to go to school and be happy . . . thanks to Ma and little sis Maryanne. Michael J. Lodge Mike, Log , . . loud, wise guy, happy . . . Peeve: shad . . . Favorites: Led Zep- pelin, the language, the site, spew alley, " dazed and confused, " Robert Plant 9 6 83, hackin ' with mask, Halifax, Ponch, Dopey, toe, Jim, Forehead . . . " Memories will be thought of " . . . thanks Mom and Dad. Laura Loring Unpredictable, sarcastic, impatient . . . Peeves: cliques, diets, " The Guys " . . . Favorites: lollipops. Bob Seger, gymnastics, " Faithfully, " Nantasket, " " no chance " . . . Memories: weekends with Peter, 6 22 83, 3 16 84, good times with Karyn and Chrissy, the elevator ... to be happy ... I love you Peter . . thanks and love to my family and friends. CARLENE L. LIGHTY ' I ,;ti MICHAEL J. LODGE THOR LOVE 43 NICOLE LYERLA MADELINE A. MACE 1 DAVID LUCE MICHAEL LUPPINO DOREEN MacNEIL Michael Luppino Mike, Luppl. Lup (Loop) . . . quiet, easy-going . . , Peeves: snobs . . . Favorites: Van Halen, pizza, Pepsi, baseball . . . Memories: Losing 13-0 (no hits) in Babe Ruth baseball . . . college . . , good luck to everyone. Nicole Lyeria Nikki . . . sensitive, impatient, always late . . . Peeves: waiting, being tickled . . . Favorites: roses, surprises, cheerleading, StuC, yellow Monza, my bro Joe . . . Memories: Sophomore year, 9 25 82, a five year friendship, " Mother Mary " a special friend 3 19 82, Proms, " Who me? " . . . Plans: to be happy and suc- cessful . . . love and thanks. Ma, Ed, Dad. Lori A. MacDonald Lori Mac-Doh . . . sensitive, easy-going . . . Peeves: snobs, borrowed napkins, insensitive people, B2 . . . Favorites: cheerleading, happy meals, hockey bus, 15 . . . Memories: 1 7 82, Watson, good times with Bad Co.-I, turn the page ... to go to college and be successful ... All my love to Johnathan, love and thanks to Mom and Dad. Madeline A. Mace Mad, M M . . . easygoing, friendly, fussy . . . Peeves: demands, arriving late, no milk . . . Favorites: gymnastics, spring track. X-Country ' 83. Hockomock ' 84. Ducies parties. The Clubhouse, good times with " The Gang. " Powder Puff, the spa. " What are we talking about? " . . . Memories: special friends. CYO ski trip ' 83. B-Hour commons ' 81. love and thanks to Ma. Dad and family. Louise C. MacKay Weezie. Squeezie . . . quiet, shy. stubborn, moody . . . Peeves: snobs, waiting, back stabbers . . . Favorites: pizza, funk, charm pops, " Oh tweezers. " " Salt and Pepper. " . . . Memories: partying down the hut, all my big brothers, talks at the Diner " 83-84, " T. J. Maxx, Friday nights with Deb and Ken, long talks with Tony, lunch with Sheryl ... to go to college . . . love you. Mom and Dad. Doreen MacNeil Outgoing, sensitive . . . Peeves: snobs, getting up early . . . Favorites: Aerosmith, " Always and Forever, " To Terrie (best friends always) . . . " If you love something set it free, if it comes back to you it is yours, if it d oesn ' t it never was. " Kim Mahon " It ' s about time " ... All my thanks to my friends, family, and teachers for sup- porting me . . . Memories: Summer of ' 82, skiing with LesLee, The Spa, Scituate, P-Town, Palm Beach, best of ail, meeting Michael LORI A. MACDONALD LOUISE C. MacKAY KIM A. MAHON 44 MICHELLE T. MALONE JAMES MALONEY ASHA MANBODH C7 SHERI MARGOLIN JOSEPH MASALSKY Michelle T. Malone Baby . . . easygoing, cute, sensitive . . . Peeves: plionies, cliques, bad car speakers . . . Favorites; Journey, 73, Dart, " Alvi ays and Forever " . . . Memories: Central, Town Spa 7 28 84, Nantasket, Hyannis, Ames Pond . . . great times witti Jim, 49 Clarence, Jim 9 26 85 . . . Plans: college . . . love and thanks. Mom and Dad. James Patrick Maloney J. P. ... stubborn, impatient . . . Peeves: rainy days, boring weekends, dirty looks . . . Favorites: Bud, wrestling, beach, the bridge, Krissy ' s, Simeones, ZZ- Top . . . California-Bound, make money, to be very successful. Asha Manbodh Sensitive, gentle, moody, happy . . . Peeves: broken promises, snobs . . . Favorites: Lionel Richie, " Penny Lover, " " Hard Habit to Break, " Chicago, Italian and Chinese Food, tennis, sociology, " Santa Barbara " . . . Memories: Summer ' 83 in Maine, senior year . . . college . . . thanks to my brother and family. Sheri Margolin Optimistic, talkative, clumsy, opinionated . . . Peeves: Snobs, complainers, mushrooms . . . Favorites: Prince, Big Macs, General Hospital, " Whoopie-Ding- Dong " . . . Memories: Prom hotline, Trivial Pursuit until 2 a.m., SADD fundraiser . . . Plans: college, marriage, kids, psychology . . . Remember the good times at Denneno ' s! Nancy B. Marshall Muffin . . . Sensitive, determined, moody, quick-witted . . . Peeves: phonies, look-alikes . . . Favorites: finally girls soccer ' 84, JV 81-82, majorettes 83-85, winter track, chorus, " get the full flavor " . . . Memories: Junior Prom and semi- formal with Mark, Toronto Music Festival ' 84, Culture Club 1 1 20 84 . . . col- lege, continue soccer, stay happy and healthy . . . love and thanks to Mom and Dad. Joseph S. Masalsky Joe . . . flexible, radical, sarcastic . . . Peeves: Canton 5, structured programm- ing, Mill on the Floss . . . Favorites: Bowie. Talking Heads, Monty Python, Ham- burg Pizza, " Bang, Bang, Bang " . . . Memories: track initiations, Capt. Nemo, The Spa . . . thanks Mom, Dad and family. Lisa Mates Smily . . . Peeves: Wendy ' s, moving . . . Favorites: " Oh my God!, " " no way, " " Age, " . . . Memories: All my love to Tony 6 1 84, Gloucester, thanks to the girls at lunch and Rosanne from Somervile, Linda, Steve, Scott, and Claire, Revere, Everette ... to party all summer, go to college for accounting. JOHN MARCAL 1 i| NANCY BETH MARSHALL A LISA M. MATOS 45 PATRICIA M. McGOWAN MARK W. MclNNIS MARCUS T. McKINNON JOHN G. MAVRELION NANCY K. McDONALD John Mavrelion Marv . . . mature, kind, considerate and well-mannered, classy . . . Peeves: truck bumpers, slow drivers, and American cars . . . Favorites: " Grow up, " " you ' re so immature, " pizza and mint chocolate chip ice cream , . . Memories: Here ' s to my first car, " The Waddical Wabbit, " ... To move to Florida and be the richest kid out of the class of ' 85 . . . thanks for spoiling me, Mom and Dad! Good luck in life, my friends. Catherine Mary McLellan Cathy, Cath . . . dingy, sarcastic, gullible, outgoing . . . Peeves: waiting, cheerleading camp, 4 26 84, being a lefty . . . Memories: cheerleading. Senior Prom ' 83, special time with David, a little red Horizon, the girls in Bad Company, Mac ' s runs, soccer parties . . . college-bound .1 love you, Mom and Dad. Dennis McGowan Calm . . . Memories: 11 9 83. Barrie — always, freak, sleepouts, blood night. Mark ' s house parties, friends forever, N.H. weekends, Ba and Ma, D ' Angelo, Patti . . . thanks to family and friends. Patricia M. McGowan Patty, Cowan . . . friendly, athletic, outgoing . . . Peeves: braces, no money, friends that aren ' t, little sisters . . . f avorites: Van Halen, field hockey, " turn the page, " " Hey badooba, " summer of ' 83, times with Sue and the girls, midnight entertainment! . . . Memories: partying with friends, " wine is fine, " the best luck to all my friends and family ... to make it in this world ... I love you Mom, Dad, and sisters. Paula M. McGrath Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha, Chumley . moody, friendly, cheerful . Peeves: waiting, broken glasses, runaway beerballs . . . Favorites: Zeppelin, Who, Floyd, Credence, " Have You Ever Seen The Rain, " " Wish You Were Here, " " Free Four " . . . Memories: trips to Holland, cloudy skies on sunny days. The Bazo family, Aerosmith, 8 5 84, New Year ' s Eve with Mike are you sure you ' re comfortable there? . . . Slow down! . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. Mark Mclnnit Mark, Marco, Markie, Duke . . . friendly, aggressive, shy Peeves: phonies, hard guys, liver . . . Favorites: The Police, U2, " the, the " . . . Memories: The elevator, A307, Dirty D. " lo siento, " Willie, . . . glad to have people behind me, plan to be cultured in life. Andrea McKay Android . . . gullible, easy-going . . Peeves: procrastination, missing out on times with my friends, phone bills . . . Favorites: " Wild Horses, " 8 29, 10 14, 83, NESH, Evacuation . . . Memories: Friends forever, Ann, Bonnie, Dianne, Jackie and Kerri . . . much love and many thanks to my family and friends. Marcus McKinnon Friendly, easy-going . . . Peeves: Heay Metal Rats, people who write about par- tying in their write-ups . . . Favorites: The Police, The Doors. The Who, " I don ' t care it ' s not mine " . . . Memories: summers at Hampton Beach . . college . . . thanks, Mom and Dad. DENNIS M. McGOWAN PAULA M. McGRATH ANDREA C. McKAY CATHERINE McLELLAN 46 KATHERINE M. McSHEA ANGELA M. MELO MICHAELS. MEROLA ANDREA MILLMAN JOHN M. MEDEIROS PAUL MEDEIROS Kalherine M. McShea Katey . . . curious, friendly . . . Peeves: phone bills, Disturbances, Splinters . . . Favorites: The beach, peanut butter and chocolate, " Crystal, " " Night Moves, " A little Butterfly, 2 . . . Memories: Brian, 7 16 83, homeroom with Janet . . . " We Are Family " special friends . . . college ... to be happy in whatever . , . love to Mom, family, and friends. John Medeiros Easy-Going, friendly, quiet . . . Peeves: snobs, winter, working . . . Favorites: U- 2, Rush, Robert Plant, weightlifting, soccer . . . Memories: Summer of ' 83, weekend in New Hampshire, On my mind forever Christine . . . Special thanks to Mrs. Cullen . . . Plans: go to college and be happy . . . thanks, Mom and Dad. Paul J. Medeiros Flash . . . Shy, sensitive, stubborn, athletic . . . Peeves: stuck-up girls, hard times, arguing with close friends . . . Favorites: Rush, " Tom Sawyer, " " Hello, " cross country, hockey . . . Memories: Diane, New Hampshire and Maine with the gang, powder puff cheerleader ... to live a good and happy life . . . love and thanks, Mrs. Cullen, Mr. Hurley, Mom and Dad. Angela Melo Angle . . . Friendly . . . Peeves: Monday morning, waiting, two-faced people . . . Favorites: Lionel Richie, " Hello, " Bruce Springsteen, " Dancing in the Dark, " Italian food . . . Hobbies: traveling, modeling, dancing . . . Memories: summer of ' 82, spent with Anthony, 7 3 82, 10 22 82, summer of ' 84 in Portugal, Good times with Lucy . . . Plans: to go to college to become a flight attendant, to con- tinue modeling . . . thank you Mr. Kahn for everything, I love ya Mom and Dad. Janet Marie Melvin Red, Ja ' net . . . short, happy . . . Faithful Hound, Europe ' 83 ... Peeves: bathroom rugs . . . homeroom with Kate, Kimba, special friendship with Krissy . . . Memories: Simeone ' s, " We are Family, " Jojo ' s 20th, Burba Brawl . . . Spr- ingsteen 9-4-84, Krissy ' s party, gymnastics. Junior Miss, good times with 84 girls, flea markets with Susie . . . love and thanks. Mom and Dad . . . best of love and luck to " us guys. " Michael Merola Mike . . . Quiet, and easy to get along with . . . Peeves: two-faced people, backstabbers, moody people . . . Favorites: pizza . . . " typical Merola answer " " No problem " . . . Memories: 6 7 84 in Tech two, 10 4 84 (joined Air Force) , " What do I care after 12 years, it ' s about time " . . . Plans: the Air Force, after- wards become a Police Officer. Susan Miller Suzie ... a flirt . . . Peeves: head games, busy signals, SHS . . . Favorites: ZZ Top, " Stairway to Heaven, " Bud, food, . . . " Hey Badooba, " " Schmegi " . . . Memories: 1 27 84, I won a bet! summer of ' 84, keg parties at Mark ' s, great times with Patty and girls . . . love to Mom and Dad, good luck to brother Richie. Andrea Millman Andy . . . talkative, sociable, friendly, cute, outgoing . . . Peeves: snobs, fake friends, phonies, curfews . . . Favorites: Jacksons, " Total Eclipse of the Heart " ... Memories: summer of ' 83, ' 84, E-Hour, parties, 10 27 84, 11 16 84, senior year, Jackson concert, good times with Sharyn, Paul, Chris, Keith, and the gang. Junior Prom, . . . thanks for always being there for me, I love you Mom, Dad, and Sheila. Karyn Minucci Mooch . . . crazy, outgoing, uninhibited . . . Peeves: snobs . . . Favorites: Bruce Springsteen., " Hungry Heart, " footaball . . . Memories: 10 9 83, Bermuda bound, fuzzy duck, Denise ' s house . . . Plans: college, to be with Rickey ... I love you, Rickey . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. JANET MARIE MELVIN SUSAN ANN MILLER KARYN J. MINUCCI 47 NICOLE M. MURPHY ROBERT J. MURPHY CHRISTOPHER H. MITCHELL LOUISA. MODESTINO FREDERICK F. MYERS Christopher Holland Mitchell Chris, Mitch . . . friendly, sensitive , . . Peeves: Biff, gas prices, work, speed traps . . . Favorites: ZZ Top, Van Halen, Rush, The Who, " 78 " Cutlass, " I can ' t drive 55 " . . . Memories: 11 29 83, 9 20 84, " My Baby, " summers w ith the crew of landscape design . , . thanks to all my friends for the good times . . . Plans: to enjoy life . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. Louie Modestino Lou, Big Lou . . . outgoing, sociable, crazy . . . Peeves: wise guys, people who say they can ' t do something they can . . . Favorites: football, wrestling, summer of ' 84, Thanksgiving games, Male Beauty Contest . . . Memories: Mock Town Meeting, Capt. Lou, office sessions, running for president . . . Plans: to be rich, champion power lifter and body builder . . . medical school. Patricia Ann Moore Patty Ann . . . friendly, moody, lazy . . , Peeves: snobs, hangovers, no parties . . . Favorites: Huey Lewis, Italian food, Nantasket, Bridgeway. Buzzwieser . . . Memories: 10 7 83 moon, Kim, thank you for being a frieno, ' alks with Lisa, Holmes Ave, " whaaa, " times with Sandy and Andy, Union, " Hard Habit to Break, " 1 1 26 84, " pull over " . . . thanks for putting up with me. Mom arid Vin. Nicole Marie Murphy Nick, Niki . . . daring, determined, forgetful . . . Peeves: 3 " W ' s, " splinters . . . Favorites: grape taffy, Police, Long Beach summers, great times with the gals . . . Memories: B-Ball, Powder Puff, " it was in my blind spot, " Duke, backwards drive-up, forbidden stairs, insinuations . . . Plans: to be happy and successful . . . thanks, Mom. Rob ert J. Murphy Bobby, Murph . . . friendly, easy-going, sarcastic . . . Peeves: waiting, nothing to do on Friday nights . . . Favorites: Hall and Dates, Spa pizza . . . Memories: soft- ball championship, good times with friends, junior summer . . . thanks, Tom. Sandra Lynn Murphy Sandy, " B " . . . gullible, sensitive, corny, friendly . . . Peeves: JuJu, signals, waiting, fighting with Jimmy . . . Favorites: weekend parties, ' 83 cruises in Tony ' s car with Heidi, Missi and David, weekends with Jimmy, times with Chris in Indiana, 9 84 . . . Memories: Sandy and Jimmy 6 1 1 82 .1 love you. Mom and Jimmy, thanks! I made it! ... Plans: to become a secretary and marry Jimmy. Frederick F. Myers Ricky, Fred . . . musical, lazy, friendly . . . Peeves: waiting, getting up in the mor- ning . . . Favorites: iron Maiden, Rush, Scorpions, " Burning Heart " . . . Memories: Friday night partying, working at the Spa, Toronto ' 84, Simeone ' s . . . Plans: to go to college and be successful . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. Debbie Mylhen Debbie, Debbs, Bor . . . sarcastic, emotional, stubborn . . . Peeves: selfish peo- ple, bad attitudes, . . . Memories: Toronto ' 84, " Flood! ' ' , " nine-year friendships, cruisin ' with Sue K., homeroom fights. Jazz Band ' 84, E-204, " Ewok " . . . love and luck to all my friends. PATRICIA A. MOORE SANDRA MURPHY DEBORAH MYTHEN 48 KAREN P. O ' BRIEN CHRISTOPHER J. O ' CONNOR V SCOTT T. NEWMAN LISA L. NONNEMACHER NANCY LYNN PALAZA Mark Napierkowski Napa . . . Quiet, sensitive, sarcastic . . . Peeves: morning jazz band, loud drum- mers, Anthony, Michelle smiling at me . . . Favorites: MASH, Maynard, Lionel, Joyce, Mr. C, SHS Music Dept. ... Memories: 3 13 84, New port, Toronto. Mica ' 82, Norwfood ' 84, Rainy days at the beach, Junior Prom night, arm wrestl- ing, " Ronnie Love " ... I love you. Mom and Dad. Scott T. Newman New mie . . . overly sensitive, trusting, v eird . . . Peeves: redundencies, intona- tion, compiling, one error . . . Favorites: Band, Jazz Band, Yamaha, UNH, ' 84, ExecB, AE-1, Photo ' 85, 944, Okia, Fid Roof, CS1, PSI. " 24.95 . . ., " " such a life, " " Goodbye, Farewell, Amen, " . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. Lisa L. Nonnemacher Sensitive, easy-going, gullible . . . Peeves: first and third of the month at Roxie ' s, two-faced people . . . Favorites: Lionel Richie, Thursday and Sunday nights in the office . . . Memories: Falmouth ' 84, Junior Prom, Winter Dance ' 83, Tuesdays at the beach . . . thanks to family and friends ... to travel and own my own beauty salon. Karen O ' Brien Karen O. . . . mouthy, gullible, friendly . . . Peeves: not having any Chinese food, waking up early . . . Favorites: " Der " cruisin ' the strip, green monsters. Dots popsicles . . . Memories: Sugarloaf with coach and Dot, allnighters, sleeping 4 in Pammie D ' s Camaro, Mr. Led Zeppelin, scheming like Big Dogs, " Hey Dude let ' s party " . . . Plans: college-bound, to be filthy rich . . . lotsa love and thanks to Mom and Dad. Steven Daniel O ' Connetl Oak, Oakridge . . . lazy, on the go . . . Peeves: Mondays . . . Favorites: ZZ Top, Aerosmith, Lynyrd Skynyrd, " Freebird, " " Stairway to Heaven, " . . . Memories: State Champs, baseball, Neil Young . . . Plans: to go to school and make money. Christopher O ' Connor Okey . . . dazed and confused . . . Peeves: cliques, calculus, Mondays . . . Favorites: U2 " Sting, " " Still They Ride, " hockey, Alg. II with Woody, field hockey games, Europe, all the times with Nancy . . . " Dr. General " . . . thanks for everything Mom, Dad, and Nance . . . Goodbye, Farewell, Amen. Nancy Lynn Palaza Nance . . . moody, crazed . . . Peeves: calculus, Sunday night essays . . . Favorites: Mick J., Julio, the B ' s, 20 . . . Life with Leilus ... my sweetheart Chris . . . good times with Ziz, Val, and Dawnkid . . . field hockey, " You can ' t always get what you want, " ringy dingles 6 84, " Rat Rat Rat " . . . Future: Col- lege. Chris. Dr. Nance . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. Denis M. Palermo Ben . . . Artistic, smart, handsome, modest . . . Peeves: smurfs. school. Chachi ' s sneakers. Tom ' s ties, pseudo-code . . . Favorites: Huey Lewis. 38 Special, " boring. " Kool-Aid Stand . . . Memories: Getting an " A " in any class, pain in the neck, August 25 . . . Plans: to win Megabucks! STEVE O ' CONNELL ROBERT EDWARD ORLANDO DENIS M. PALERMO 49 MARY L. PALERMO ANNEM. PALMER FRANCIS PASQUINE3rd PATRICIA L. PATTERSON INES C. PESTANA CAROLYN JEAN PINA 50 Mary L. Palermo Humorous, loyal, understanding, moody . . . Peeves: rainy days, friends that aren ' t, waiting . . . Favorites: Pat Benatar, Scorpions, food, " Where do you want to go " . . . Memories: 5 2 83 Gurnet, best times with Joanne and Nancy, Summer of ' 83, " Airheads, " . . . Pacific Hut 3 22 84, Atlantic City, NESH . . . to go to college, " Looks like we made it, " I Love you Mom and Dad Anne M. Palmer Annie, Blondie, Live Lady 1 . . . sensitive, rowdy, outgoing, caring . . . Peeves: work, brother, people that don ' t finish a thought . . . Favorites: soaps, game shows, weekends, " Always and Forever, " Chinese food . . . Memories: hanging with Debra, summer of ' 83, 510 Norfolk . . . thanks Mom and Dad, Kristen, Rena for being there, I love you, Mario! . . . Plans: to own my own business and be rich! Francis Pasqulne III Frank . . . friendly, quiet . . . Peeves: work, being broke, bad drivers, mornings, speed traps . . . Favorites: Italian food. The Night Shift, Lamb " 78 Cutlass, " 4 26 84, 3 4 84 . . . thanks to my friends for being there . . . Plans: to be hap- py, thanks Mom and Dad Patricia Lynn Patterson Pal . . . friendly, loud, sensitive . . . Peeves: waiting, people that write on the bathroom walls . , . Favorites: Steve Miller, " Who ' s gonna take you home, " 9 14 81, 8 9 82 . . . good times with Kim, freshman year with Jimmy ... My good friend Mr. C. ... to be happy, much love to Jimmy and my family. Carol Ann Pedro Quiet, friendly, sensitive . . . Peeves: Monday mornings, working, saying good- bye . . . Favorites: The Cape, hugs, " We Belong Together, " . . . Memories: " The Fence, " 10 7 84, memorable talks with good friends . . . friendship with Ann for a lifetime . . . much love and thanks to Mom and Dad. Ines Pestana Manaz . . . talkative, sensitive, crazy . . . Peeve: people who drive slow . . . Favorites: " He ' s not heavy, he ' s my brother, " . . . Memories: Summer of ' 82, ' J. Geils with Ronnie and John, Powder Puff, Ronnie, John, Madeline . . . God Bless Ronnie and Chris . . . thanks, Mrs. McHugh-Conrad . . . cosmetologist . . . Love and Thanks John, Linda, Mom and Dad. Patricia ElizalMth Phetteplace Tricia, T, Precious . . . friendly, little, talkative . . Peeves: cliques, " two-faced people " . . . Favorites: B ' s, The Boss, good times with the gang, " The Chevy " . . . Memories: Tennis ' 84, ' Powder Puff, Spirit Halls . . . college and be happy . . . thanks Mom, Dad, I love you. Carolyn Jean Pina Peanut, Pina Colada, Mario ... 8 million stories, Brockton Fair, Massapog, " 45 past " — " The speed limit or your curfew? " . . . McD ' s, " Ride the White Pony, " Bruce and Vette, blue-eyed brothers Onset, " Clonettes. " Baby Pans, " Caple Crew " ... I love you Mom and Dad, Lacey, Sue, and Bob . . to be very happy always. Maria Pinto Ria, PinPo, ugly . . . friendly, easygoing, short . . . Peeves: being short, math. B2, curfews . . . Favorites: red Porsches, guys with foreign accents, sleeping late, " hey mama, " summer 9 28 84, go talk to Jacquie!, 10 5 84 and 10 17 84 Craig, cheering ... to go to college, success, happiness ... I love you. Mom and Dad. r. x. v Hm CAROL ANN PEDRO TRICIA E. PHETTEPLACE MARIA PINTO CHERYL MARIE PISELLI DARREN SCOTT ROBBINS LISA A. PULITI DENISEC. RALSTON Cheryl Marie Piselli Che, Y1, Jellybean . . . cheerful, happy, friendly . . . Peeves; " cliques, " waiting, broken promises . . . Favorites; Streisand, Show and Jazz Choir, Toronto, UNH, Fiddler, Powder Puff, " I need a hug, " my best friend 3 17 84, Blue Hills, 2 hours late, my sisters, big brother. Summers ' 82 and ' 84 Nantasket, Kathy, Kappa, " the girls, " " you gooba " . . . thanks. Mom and Dad ,1 love you, Lisa A. Puliti Doida, Lisa . . . loud, talkative, messy, moody . . . Peeves; busy signals, friends that aren ' t, lies . . . Favorites; Journey, Endless Love, Chinese food, " The Reismobile " . . . Memories; Gary 4 19 81-4 ever, special moment 8 17 81, The Blow up 7 82, good times with Maura, good talks with Patty and Lisa . . , to have a happy life with Gary, all my love and thanks to Mom and Babbo. Denise C. Ralston Friendly, procrastinator . . . Peeves; crash, trash and boulders . . . Memories; " Wanna cruise?, " Kim in the towel, " wine is fine, " summer ' 82, crusin ' on foot, Suzie won the bet!, summer ' 84, the Warrior, on the rocks at Nantasket, fuzzy duck, Mark 3 28 84, jiggling jugs in Boston , . , Bermuda Bound! Pamela J. Randall Pam, Spas, Farina . . . friendly, caring, trusting , , Peeves; snobs, users, Jackson ' s, donuts . . . Favorites; Pat Benatar, " Prisoner of Love, " Aerosmith, Bob Morly, " No Woman, No Cry, " " Funny Face, " Burger King, Friday nights, horror movies . . . Memories; Sesame St., " shh, we ' re not here!, " Niagara, Pam ' s pick, Citgo, Bud team, Dunkin ... all my love to Dad and Grandpa, thanks. Grace Ribeiro Friendly, moody, loud, talkative . . . Peeves; stuck up snobs, hard times, getting up early . . . Favorites: Journey, " Waiting For a Girl Like You, " " Open Arms " . . . Memories; fall and winter of ' 80 with the gang Paula, Eddie and Mike ... " I hated the school till last year, " thanks everyone, love to Mom and Dad, Kathleen M. Ripley Rip . . . moody, friendly . . . Peeves; waiting, waking up early, snobs . . . Favorites; It ' s 2;05, 11 24 82, Bruins, " Through The Years, " Twins? Schmo, bagged once again, winter nights. Powder Puff, Mark 6 16 84, Bruins 1 26 84 . . . Memories; good times with Oops and the Gang, Coach Lane, lost in the North End with Eileen ... all my love to Mom and Dad. Jennifer Rivers Kitty, Smurfette . . . moody, unpredictable, bossy . geometry. Quiet Riot . . . Favorites; Chinese food, ' Supply . . . Memories; Summers in Maine, 7 8 83 . day-care center. Darren Scott Robbins Spanky . . . Peeves; AC DC, Knightrider, baseball . . . Memories; Computer programming. Celeste A. Rodrigues Appolonia? Rocky . . . fresh and sweet . . . Favorites; rollerskating, partying, the Fens ' 84 ' with Matty and " Friends, " stand 5, The Cask, Club Calif., made the best of my last year with the Crew, " Time Will Reveal " . . . love and Thanks Mom, I made it! . . Peeves; backstabbers, ' Seasons in the Sun, " Air . Plans; to own and run a Favorites; Tractor Pull GRACED. RIBEIRO JENNIFER M. RIVERS CELESTE A. RODRIGUES MANUELA F. RODRIGUES JACK ROMEIRO KIM MARIE ROMAINE CHRISTINE ROMANELLI DANYELA R. ROSMAN DIANNE MARIE ROTH Manuela Rodrigues Manella, Nelly . . . friendly, short, sensitive, cheerful . . . Peeves: two-faced peo- ple, waking up in the morning, straightening . . . Favorites; Scorpions, " Still Lov- ing You, " The Boss, " I don ' t know! " . . . Memories: soccer games at the Gib- bons, rainy nights, summer ' 84, the night crew, good times with Caria, Ana, and Maria ... go to college, live happily ... all my love to Mom and Dad. Jack Romeiro Mean, tough, intelligent . . . Favorites: ZZ Top, legs, pizza, soccer. Commons, get down bro, winning against North Attleboro. to go to playoffs . . to become a very famous soccer player. Kim Marie Romaine Kim, Kimba . . . loud, mouthy, indecisive . . . Peeves: waiting, . . . Favorites: be- ing Daddy ' s little girl, Jim Beam, gymnastics 79-80, cheering and track with Paula . . . Memories: Bay State games with Suzie, 5-yr. reunion, Krissy ' s, Si- meone ' s, " We are Family, " Burba ' s brawl, 143 John forever 4 7 91, Jo Jo ' s 20th, 15 yrs. w Steph . . . love and thanks, Mom and Dad. Chritlin Romanelli Chris, Chrissy . . . sensitive, emotional, caring, patient . . . Peeves: waiting, ag- gravation, cracking knuckles, " I promise " . . . Favorites: Robert Plant, Kenny Rogers, food, " Tussy, " Steno I and II, " swamp, " Reese ' s peanut butter cups ... Memories; time with Steven since 10 4 82, summer of ' 84, 10 1 82. 10 10 82. 2 83, 2 84, Lisa on B-3rd ... to be happily married . . love and thanks to Steven, Mom and Dad. Grog Rosenblatt Happy, wishful, organized . . . Peeves: labs, English essays, little brothers, history homework . . . Favorites: Celtics, cable t.v., " V, " " The Cars. " the Tonight Show with Joan Rivers . . . Memories: listening to the radio, an- nouncements. Megabucks, working, looking for a blank tape . . . college, to be a dentist . . . thanks to everyone who contributed to the best four years at SHS. Danyola Rosman Whala . . . crazy, moody, unpredictable . . . Peeves: working, picking, losing socks, impaired vision, balance loss . . . Favorites: " watching videos, " on the scoop, discounts, foreign accents. Emmanuel, the Rova. terrorizing, the locker . . . Memories; the 4-some. friendship w Sharon, Israel ' 84. Carmen, mice on the wall. Medians 5 5 1 2 83, shaded jokes. Shift, " Ask me at the time " . . . love and thanks to the Klan . . . Mom and Dad, David Robert Rotella Dave . . . classy, caring, friendly, funny . . . Favorites: football, raquetball. roller coaster, " mommy, " lost, cruising, " I just wanna go home, " " goof, " Burger King. Spa. Cape, " Rbeers. " " almost broke my glasses " ... get rich and enjoy life . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. Oianne M. Rotli Paranoid, impatient, broke . . . Peeves: waiting, wasted time . . . Favorites: Bob Seger, Fleetwood Mac, Styx, " Lady. " Led Zeppelin " Thank-You. " Bobby McGee, B-52 ' s 12 26 84 ... Memories; Eddie 10 31 81, J. Geils concert. Kerri ' s cottage, 8 29 83, skiing. Bud, caps. Evacuation . . . Friends forever — Andrea. Jackie. Kerri. Ann. Bonnie, you only live once! . . . love and thanks to my family and friends. GREG C. ROSENBLATT DAVID R. ROTELLA MICHAEL ROZENBERG 52 e| MARY rose RUGGIERO PAULA J. RUSSELL JODY MARIE SALAZAR ALISON M. SCHROTTMAN CHRIS SCOTT Mary Rose Ruggiero Mary . . . Peeves: Cigarette smoke, tests first hour . . . Favorites: Christmas vacation, horseback riding, study, " New Years Day, " Peter Woi , " I Need You Tonight, " listening to music, being with friends, my cat, " Hey Dude, What ' s Up? — Nothing. " Paula J. Russell Sparky, Poopla . . . moody sensitive . . . Peeves: boys who just want to be friends, snobs . . . Favorites: majorettes, friendship with Gretch, " Queer! " Memories: 5 22 82, 11 12 83, 3 6 84, good times with the " 4-sum, " good times with Pat, American Studies with Dennis . . . Love you. Mom and Dad. Jody Marie Salazar Jodes . . . sensitive, caring, friendly, moody . . . Peeves: friends who aren ' t, mind games. Algebra, 5:30 a.m.. frizz, goodbyes . . . Favorites: CYC. long talks with Kelly about " THEM, " " Trace, Wake Up! " " What " " Wait a minute, " " Real- ly? " " Faithfully, " 9 14 84, " The Rain " — Doe, Majorettes with Paula, Kit, Mich, (Not the Jello) . . . Memories: 4 3 82. 8 31 82. . . . Love to Mom, Dad. family, and special friends. Eric Schneider Rick . . . outgoing, constantly trying to make a quick buck . , . Peeves: waking up a.m.. 55. Dolts, cheese, fake people . . . Favorites: Pretenders. Bud. Toga parties. What Marc? . . . let ' s go, thank you . , . 6 6 84, Demo-Derby, use cars . . . Thanks to family, and friends, see ya in Miami. Alison M. Schrottman Scrotto. All . . . talkative, moody, crazy . . . Daffy?. " Are you the twins behind me?. " " Lost gain, which way? " . . . It ' s 2:05 — 1 1 24 82 . . . Spike 1 14 82. 6 4 82 . . . Rush, The Doors. AC-DC. 12 15 81 . . . Memories: Rips. Nat. Den- nis, Larsey. The Keller Gang . . love and thanks to Mom and Dad. Tina M. Scioletti Wina, T. . . . overly friendly, gullible, fresh . . . Peeves: memory loss, my neighbor, mind games, hostile vibes, saying goodbye . . . Favorites: watching video, time with Chris. Mazdas, foreign accents, helium balloons, double secret missions, cousin Joe. . . . Memories: my buddy Liza, the library. 10 23 82. 7 23 84 D-Dayl. Fiddler. " She ' s pretty! " . . . lotsa love to Mom. Dad, and Bro ... to the Keeds, thank U 4 a funky time! Christopher Scott Chris . . . easygoing, unpredictable, dreamer . . . Favorites: Peter Wolf, freedom " Are you Cool?, " " There ' s just no way! " . . . Memories: Ozzy ' 84. Providence. Harrison Blvd.. summer of ' 84, " mad referee. " . , . Plans: anything but work. ERIC SCHNEIDER 1 TINA M. SCIOLETTI EDUINO L. SERPA 53 MARGARIDAM. SERPA MARY L. SERRADAS CHERYL SFERRAZZA RAMONAM. SHAW 1 4 J i ELISHASHIFMAN DAVID SIDMAN Maria Margarida Serpa Marj . . . bleeding heart liberal, witchy poo . . . flirtatious, confused, argumen- tative . . . Favorites: clotfies, Boston, British accents, those eyes, duckie . . . Peeves: being ignored, waiting, 11 82, lack of class, false accusations, guys who assume . , . Memories: the syndrome, tea at the clubhouse. Police con- certs, Chinese food in the rain . , to lead the glamorous life . . . thanks, tvlom and Dad. Mary Serradas Mary-Mary, Scoopy . . . bold, sarcastic, proud . , . Peeves: " Trust me! " being nagged . . . Favorites: Carter Allen, harlequin clowns, the " syndrome. " Bono, " yum, " Sting, smiles . . . Carmen, Montreal, kinky toes, smut talks with Pat, the clubhouse specials, phone buddy Marge . . . Plans: to make " someday? " today . . . thanks to Sting, friends, Artie. Mom. Dad, love you! Cheryl Sferrazza Swifty . . . Peeves: Rebounds, Benders, Getting up early, green monsters . . . Favorites: Friday night at midnight, " Who ' s ya buddy? " . . . Memories: ZZ Top 7 29 83, Summer of ' 84 at Kathy ' s, Janice ' s after school. Ladies Night, Las Vegas Night, 18th Birthday 11 9 84, Billy ' s Cottage, Johnny G ' s Nova, The Rambler, Pinecrest Parties . . . special memories of Richie, Frankie, and Robert . . . thanks. Mom! David Sheehan Shewolf . . . athletic, friendly, outgoing . . Peeves: waiting, bad luck, phonies . . . Favorites: sports, food, music, good times with good friends, baseball with coach Ashley . . . Memories: Krissy ' s party. The Summer of ' 84. baseball 83 and 84. Division II State Champs . . college, play baseball, have success . . . " we ' re taking no hostages " . . . thanks. Mom. Dad, and family. Elisha Shifman lish ' . . . feisty, unusual, sophisticated . . , Peeves: two-faced people, nylon jackets, being hungry, car accidents, " Weezie " Van Halen, " Brass in Pocket, " Herb Albert, Dirty Birds, " Where ' s the party?, " " Wanna leave? " . . . Stone Ends 3 17 84 fun times with the girls, Buzzweizer, early Thursday talks with Pam ... to always be able to have what I want . . . forever my love. Mom and Dad. Lita Shifman Liza Jane . . . impatient, accident-prone, supportive, friendly . . . Peeves: Mary, " those things, " snooping, getting caught . . . Favorites: " watching videos, " my buddy Tina . . . Memories: fun times on " the Owl, " 10 23 84. " The Heist. " DENNIS!!, " She ' s pretty, " whiplash, 5 5 84 D-Day, speak of the Devil . . . love ya, Jim 9 25 84, 10 20 84 . . , love to Mom, Dad. and Sis . . . to the gang, thank U 4 a funky time. David Sidman Monk . . . Peeves: Rowdy Roddy Piper, suprise quizzes . , . Favorites: Huey Lewis, Hulkamania, Pro-Wrestling . Memories: Boston Garden, 11 3 84. State Band Championships ' 84 . , , Plans: Bentley College. Management, degree. Christine L. Silva Chrissy . . . quiet, happy, friendly . . . Peeves: liars, mornings, rude people . . . Favorites: Bruce and Huey. pizza?! Art, Get outta here! . , , Memories: 11 26 82, Newport, Boston with Chris, dance? nah!. Remember the beach, Julie?, . . . Plans: college, help people. DAVID SHEEHAN LISA B. SHIFMAN CHRISTINE L SILVA 54 ill! KATRINASILVA MICHAEL L SNYDER DAVID J. SOUSA ri HELEN SUE SILVER NEALSNETSKY Katrina Silva " When love is new and wonderful there is no word impossible. The future we see in our minds is something of our hearts design. " . . . " Kat " We are the hope for the future. Let ' s not blow it. Helen Sue Silver Elena, Lizzie, Helen Baby . . . moody, stubborn, maniac . . . Peeves: waiting, mornings, not time, good-byes . . . Favorites: Teddies, Burger Bing, Osco ' s. 2 1 1 83 Rick and special friends . . . Memories: Bessie, late-nite hockey, 2 27 84, ' 67 ' Chevy, 3 long years with Lisa, 8 10 83, voids . . . thanks and love always. Mom, Dad and cupcake. Kelly Ann Smith Kell moody, caring, confused . . . Peeves: snobs, waking up, waiting, " der " Memories: Ducies parties. The Cape with Peter and friends. Caldor ' s with Art and Ken The Circle . . . Stay the Night, long talks with Jody about " Them, " much love to Peter. 4 20 83 and 4 30 83 . . . thanks for understanding. Mom. Neal A. Snetsky Touchy, extremely picky . . . Peeves: working after 8:00, early mornings, com- munists . . . Favorites: Van Halen. Chicago, pizza, karate. " Hard to Say I ' m Sorry. " . . . Memories; first wrestling practice . . . Plans: to be a pilot . . . good- bye. SHS . . . thanks Mom and Dad. Michael L. Snyder Snyde. Snydley . . . unique, sarcastic . . . Peeves: snobs, people with no humor . . . Memories: Rush. Pyromania. A Clockwork Orange, late nights, late morn- ings. " But the funny thing is. " " Oh really. " " I ' m so slick, " A-3rd to A-4th, The double date, cold winter nights. The Metal Shop Waller . . . Plans: college, law school, to make bucks, all my love to Mom and Dad ... to the crowd: thank U 4 a funky time. David Alan Soares Dave . . . easy-going, wise, dry sense of humor . . . Peeves: sisters, college essays, broken windshields . . . Favorites: Huey Lewis and the News, Chinese food, cross country, spring track, " Why me? " . . . cross country league champs ' 83- ' 84 . . . Plans: college, become a doctor ... I love you. Mom and Dad. David J. Sousa Spanky . . . wild, crazy, outgoing, loud . . . Peeves: The gang, working, school ... " I can ' t drive 55, " " Will you marry me. " " Food to go. " hockey. 4 wheeling. " Only in a jeep. " . . . Ozzy . . . summers in Hull ... to be a chef . . . Fun with the gang . . . special thanks to Mrs. Griffin and Walshie . . . love you, Mom and Dad, Marcy Ellen Spack Celtics, Air Supply, weekend at NHC with Pam, good times with Deena, Ben. . . Peeves: 8 a.m., 2:09 p.m., working . . . thanks. Mom and Dad . . . Later. Lisa Marie Spadea Lis. Spade . . . calm, cool and collective . . . Peeves: glasses, old people driving cars. . . . Favorites: Julie best best. Chris 9 3 84. summer of ' 84. Mary ' s Mustang, 10 8 82. Briefs in the breeze. Randolph Rocks. " Batchgaloopi. " good times with good friends . . . Future: College . . . lots of love, thanks to Mom and Dad. Kenneth J. Spears Ken . . . very unique, humorous . . . Peeves: math, gym, Crossman, people who steal cars . . . Favorites: Beatles, ' 69 Charger, food, lots of money, Ziggy star- dust . . . Memories: football, track team, 1 1 2 1 83, Kelley. My car (may it rest in peace,) The Ninjas, Gandhi ... On to more school, work, lots of money. KELLY ANN SMITH DAVID ALAN SOARES MARCY E. SPACK KENNETH J. SPEARS 55 WILLIAM J. STATKIEWICZ HERB L. STICKLER CHARLENE F. STILL LAURA H. SURDAM JULIE A. SWENSON 56 Herb Stickler Hig, Testdummy . . . subtle, understanding, calculating, moody , . . Peeves: " those things, " doink!, interruptions, nasty eating habits . . . Favorites: " I beg to differ, " T. J. McPepe, lunch with The Rude Girls . . . Memories: 2 26 83, Go Go ' s concert, jazz choir, mice on the wall, the Wina fund. Carmen, 1 1 3 84, Powder Puff Pals (Heeba and Neeba) . . . thanks. Mom and Dad, sisters , To my entourage: thank U 4 a funky time. Charlene F. Still Chuck, Chucky . . . friendly, caring, outgoing, rowdy . . . Peeves: people who try to be someone they ' re not. Green, curly hair . . . Favorites: mushroom pizza, black olives, pickles, football games, saxophone, Canada, Florida, Super Stretch DC-8, Still 31, Powder Puff ' 85 ' . . . cherishing moments with grand- mother . . . love and thanks. Mom and Dad. Jacqueline Sullivan Jackie . . . Gullible, impatient . . . Peeves: a.m. radios, " the line, " accusations, waiting, goopies . . . Memories: 6 27 81, 3 special years, " wild horses, " friends forever. Annie. Bonnie, Kerri. Andrea + Diane, 8 29 83, Sinai, " celebra- tion. " " a change for the best " . . . Plans: college and a successful career. Laura H. Surdam Determined, happy, thoughtful . . . Peeves: history tests, gym. Huey Lewis . . . Favorites: Roxy Music. Violent Femmes, spaghetti and meatballs, the Beatles, my leather jacket . . . Memories: 10 29 83 Marky, Labor Day weekend, " the Gang, " New York, New York ... " I finally made it, Marky! " . . . thanks for everything, Mom and Dad, I love you both ... all my love to my family. Jeffrey Scott Swartz Swartzy, Jeff 12 easygoing, friendly . . . Peeves: " on the line. " waiting, saying goodbye . . . Favorites: sports, basketball, angora sweaters, competitive pressure . . . Memories: World War III with Wiseguy (warehouse and Cape) , all the way back on a good Friday with Michael and Co. — 84. DW Fields . . . " The two will rule — one way or another " . . everlasting love and thanks to my whole family and best friend. Julie Anne Swenson Jules. Swensano . . . gullible, emotional, sarcastic . . . Peeves: feet, waiting, dyed blonds . . . Favorites: Mary ' s Mustang. 10 8 82. Lisa best-best, cruisin ' with the am blues. Randolph Rocks. " I ' m confused!, " " Does this look normal? " 50 for life, great times with special friends, " momits " . . . Plans: college-bound ... all my love and thanks to Mom and Dad. Joel Taylor Taylor . . . outgoing, loud, reckless . . . Peeves: wipeouts, hangovers, hard guys, sessions . . . Favorites: fast cars, fast bikes, good parties . . . Plans: U.S. Marines 7 18 85 I JACQELINE SULLIVAN JEFFREY S. SWARTZ MAURA SIOBHAN TECTOR JEANNE M. TEED MICHELLE ANN TEMKIN CINDY THEOBALD SCOTT W. THIBEAULT PAULTOKARZ Maura S. Tector Tec, Mara, Dora, Mora . . . impatient, airhead, gullible . . . Peeves: busy signals, friends that aren ' t, flirts, studs, broi en promises . . . Favorites: tennis, field hockey, talks with friends, " Oh my God, " " Hey Dude " . . . Memories: 1 1 8 84, friend s forever, Lisa, " My Cutie, " special times with Anna and Linda, Rusty, " We ' re never gonna make it, " Marie. Maria, Susan forever . . . Plans: go to col- lege . . . love you, Mom and Dad. Jeanne M. Teed Chipper . . . happy, confused . . . Peeves: insane time limits, waiting, broken glasses, poison ivy . . . Favorites: Creedence, Who, Pink Floyd, Zeppelin, trips to Holland, cloudy skies on sunny days. " These Eyes, " Aerosmith 8 5 84 . . . Memories: the circle, and good friends . . . love and thanks to Mom and Dad . . . Speed up! Speed up! Michelle Ann Temkin Mel . . . crazy, short, lazy . . . Favorites: Buzzweiser, at the Sack with Weez . . . Memories: Krissy ' s, Simeone ' s, good times with the gals, " We Are Family, " Burbas Brawl 8 1 83, with Al and Weez in a cell, Mac, Momits, are you in- sinuating, special times with Lisa . . . thanks Mom, Dad, Jen and Egg, I love you. Cynthia Lee Theobald Cindy, Theobald . . . Favorites: " Shook Me All Night Long, " " No More Lonely Nights, " Bud, partying with friends, good times with Chris Fenton and Ped . . . thanks for being a true friend, Robin . . . thanks Ma, good luck with Gene . . . Plans: find that special someone, start a family, get that horse I always wanted. Scott Thibeault T-Grub . . . crazy, nuts, militant, rebellious . . . Peeves: teachers, locked bathrooms, work . . . Favorites: Ozzy. Iron Maiden. Twisted Sister, Quiet Riot, Spanky ' s cheeseburgers . . . Memories: 4 wheeling, mud running with Darren, Summer of ' 85 . . . Plans: To own my own company. Jasper L. Tisdale Jr. Tizzy . . . athletic, easygoing . . . Peeves: rainy Monday mornings, my car, JD ' s sprints . . . Favorites: basketball, baseball, sibling, Chinese food, " We ' re going Smooooth! " tonight Rich . . . Memories: great times with Rich and the boys, " Clambakes ' 84, " " The night the lights went out in Easton, " Maine with Rich, Rich and Jim, Sugarloaf U.S.A., " It ' s a little tight under the collar, " " On The Road Again " . . . Plans: executive chef, own a restaurant . . . " It was rough but we made it! " thanks. Mom and Dad. Paul David Tokarz Toke . . . very clean, achiever, demanding . . . Peeves: Monday mornings, bottle redemption, " big mouths " . . . Favorites: football. Van Halen, Data processing, weightlifting, fishing . . . Memories: junior prom, Robin, Jets vs. Pats. " KISS " concert 1 1 23. Susan. Christmas time, Seahawks . . . Plans: to be happy and satisfied, business management. Christopher Tripp Tripp, CT, The Warden . . . quiet, relaxed, and acute . . . Peeves: people who don ' t know the whole story . . . Favorites: Raiders, SB XVIII, " Who Me? " . . . Memories: a couple of snow days and an arm load of books . . . thanks to everyone, I gotta go! SANDY THEOBALD JASPER TISDALE CHRISTOPHER P. TRIPP 57 ERIC VANLAARHOVEN JAN K. VARY MICHAEL A. VIOLA LESLEE TROCKI TRACEY E. UNDA Tracey Unda Tray . . . sarcastic, outgoing, talkative . Peeves: " Mary, " No-e, losing socks, picking, working . . . Favorites: " watching videos, " talks with Auntie Cathy, dis- counts, Sugarloaf, terrorizing, the locker, no gym . Memories: 18 yrs. with Chuck, the 4-some, Mice on the wall, Dennis! The Sunday 6, Sniff, King Kielbasa, Fiddler 82, Chorus, Toronto 84, My cuz Rovich, love and thanks to the group . . . Mom and Dad, I love you! Cesar Valienle Ceez-bag, Kaiser . . . Shy, moody, unpredictable , . . Peeves: mindgames, Mon- days, prejudism . . . Favorites: cycling, Benatar, Wina, Puffcheering, Juniper, Mr. O and his wisdom, Fri nights with Herb and Jeff, almost getting caught, hm.rm. w Spacey, 1641, Bill the Cat, Ack! Phttn! Snort! . . , Plans: AFROTC, College: " It ' s not winning that counts, but the courage to |0in the race " . . . thanks, Mom and Dad, Eric VanLaarhoven Eddie . . Crazy, funloving . . . Peeves: teachers, locked bathrooms, crowded snackbars . , . Favorites: Night Ranger, pizza, I Wanna Rock! , , , Memories: 10 19 84, Spanky ' s jeep, mudrunnin ' with Darren, uncool gentlemen ... Plans: To spend life with Kris and be successful . , . thanks. Mom and Dad. Michael J. Varner Mike . . . unpredictable, loud, talkative . . . Peeves: people who don ' t care for others . . . Favorites: Hockey 1, crosscountry, pizza, cars . . . Memories: sum- mer of ' 84 . . . love and thanks to Mom, Dad, and my best friend Herb ... to stay healthy and keep on having fun Jan Vary Janny . . . Shy, friendly . . . Peeves: Phil, a mail car . . . Favorites: volleyball, country music, art, math, Chinese food . . . Memories: summer of ' 84, July 7-15, nice teachers and and good friends . . . Plans: college and work Christoper Veliolis Gouchhopper . . . extremely patient, sarcastic, over-tolerant, over-considerate . . . Peeves: Hills, insincerity, car inspections, . . . Favorites: Rush, pizza, hockey and running, " Fanagle the Bagel, " " Bang, Bang, Bang, " Two X-Country Cham- pionships, " 83-84, " " 84-85, " Captain with Paul M. " Dunn Busting " . . . Special Friends: Joe, Bob, Eric, Jay, Paul, Stein, Scott . Plans: to have my own corporation Mark Jay Vinocoor . . . Friendly, easy-going . . . Peeves: math, SAT ' s, politicians . . . Favorites: Huey Lewis and the News, Chicago, Athletics, Bill the Cat, Opus. Steven King . . . Plans: college, career in physical therapy , . . Memories mornings with the guys . . . thanks to all who have made it a pleasant four years at SHS . . thanks to Mom, Dad, family and friends. Michael Viola Favorites: Paul McCartney, Beatles White Album, Marshall amplifiers, Twilight Zone, " Ots, " . . . Memories: summer of ' 83 and ' 84 with Kim, Christies run with Alliance . . . thanks to Dad, Mom, Dave, Larry, tap, tap, tap, Kim . . . I love you. Mom. CESAR L VALIENTE MICHAEL VARNER CHRISTOPHER VELIOTIS I MARK JAY VINOCOOR 58 i LISA A. VOSE JOANNE M.WALSH VALERIE LYNN WARD JEFFREY A. WATERS GRETCHEN L. WEILER YVETTE WESLEY Lisa A. Vose Lena, Linda . . . sensitive, gullible, happy , . . Peeves: 52, long distance, say- ing goodbye . . Mennories: Getting caught 12 31 82, stuntwomen, FLA w Lisa + Chrissa, Simeone, great times with the gals, Jo- Jo ' s 20th, mole, Kim, Buzzweiser, We are family, 10 13 82, prom, So-Co w L sa + Sandy, Feb. 84, Home-Ec l+ll with Deb, forbidden stairs . . . thanks Mom, Dad, and Carl, I Love you! Joanne Walsh Jo, Bev . . . sensitive, lazy . . . Peeves: waiting, saying goodbye . . . Favorites: Pat Benatar, Barry tvlanilow, " Tell Me What You Want, " " Hub. " airheads, " Boo! " . . . Memories: Best times with Mary and Nancy, summer of ' 83, the Gurnet, Pacific Hut 3 22 84, Easton, NESH ... I finally made it, Mom and Dad, thanks, I love you. Valerie Lynn Ward Val, Lettuce, Antonia . . . burgundy and pink. What? Ellie What?, boomerang . . . MIT MITES: Always funky fresh never stale . . . homeboy, Ho! Virginia . . , Peeves: alarm clocks, playing hard to get and not got . . . chillin ' with the crew, Dr. Ward-?, Carmen . . . love to Mom and Dad. Jeffrey Allen Waters Peeves: school in general, Joe in general . . . Favorites: cruisin ' at BK, in the " Beast, " " Nice piece of junk you got there! " . . . Westgate races on Friday night . . . " You don ' t want this car " . . . Watching Ed destroy his car . . . thanks. Mom. Joseph H. Waters, Jr. Splash, Drip . . . Peeves: 4 cylinders. Driving 55, No, I ' m Joe . . . Favorites: " The Lark, " Yearbook — " Walters!, " cruising, " Yeah, sure Bonnie " . . . Memories: Westgate, " You want me?, " The Police 8 83, Low 1, " Oh, and I won ' t " . . . Plans: college . . . thanks for everything. Ma. Gretchen Lynne Weiler Gretch . . . hyper, dependable, emotional . . . Peeves: Being rushed, goodbyes . . . Favorites: Steve Perry, Lionel Richie " Stuck on You, " Spa pizza, hugs, American Studies with Chris, " What was I going to say! " thanks for being there Rich . . . Memories: Paula, midnight cruises with Deb, love ya, Jim, treasured memories with Norman . . . thanks. Mom and Dad. Joanne Werra Jo . . . outgoing, loud, moody, stubborn . . , Peeves: Mondays, friends that aren ' t, rainy days . . . Favorites: Van Halen, " Little Dreamer, " " Pizza, " S ' up, Whad da ya mean?, " Parties, " weekends . , . Memories: ' 83- ' 84, quality par- ties, Paula ' s house, B3rd, 10-20-84, Lisa, Dottie, Cindy , . . Plans: To live my life to the fullest! ... all my love to Mom, Dad, Denise, and Bobby. Yvette D. Wesley " Cooky, " Best Friend, " White Pony " . . . Favorites: Fat Boys, " You, Me, and He, " Chinese food . . . Memories: being in love . . . Plans: To be a Fashion Designer. JOSEPH H. WATERS, JR. 5!! JOANNE WERRA 59 RICHARD A. WHITE MICHAEL S. WISEMAN DAWN L. YOUNG JOHN WHYTE SHANE WILBAR GEORGIA ZISIMOPOULOS Richard A. White Whitey . . . friendly, caring, touchy, sarcastic . . . Peeves: alarm clocks, Hami, math . . . Favorites: Smooth Baby, clam bake. May ' 84, Bud, cold Chinese food, " quelude victim, " a night on the beach, special times with friends, " Locker room Lunch, " 7 18 83, special times and memories with Donna . . . Plans: to make plenty of money . . . thanks, Mom and Dad. John Whyte Whytey . . . Peeves: homework, school, dishwashing . . . Favorites: Dollar, Van Halen, Cars. Bruins . . . thanks. Mom, for everything . . . Plans: business management. Shane IM. Wilbar " Wilb " . . . musical, sarcastic, " happy-go-lucky, " friendly . . . Peeves: Monday mornings, snobs, conceited people, phony people . . Favorites: pearl drums, hockey. Friday and Saturday nights, " Living after Midnight, " Memories: drum- ming in marching band, Canada, jamming with the boys, shhhh. Maine . . . It ' s good to get out . . . Plans: music college, musical career. Alan Barry Winick Al . . . dazed, honest. Republican, weird . . . Peeves: the color red, computers, math . . . Favorites: " Just because you ' re paranoid, doesn ' t mean they ' re not after you " . . . Plans: college, freedom. Michael Scott Wiseman Mike, " Wiseguy " . . . 19. athletic, energetic, competitive . . . Peeves: rats, rumors, injuries . . . Favorites: sports, bus rides. " Tfie Love Machine. " " Wild Boys " . . . Memories: Div. II state champs 83-84. World War III with Swartzy (warehouse and Cape Cod), History report, balancing the 4., D. W. Fields, Spinning out and Docking in Pocasset . . " The 2 will rule one way or Another " . . . love to my whole family and best f riend forever Lisa Wool! LiLi, L-sq . . . sarcastic, realistic . . . Peeves: irresponsibility, timers, 11 82 . . . Favorites: playing cards, times with Berry . . . Memories: McD ' s. 2 18 84 . . . Plans: success to the business woman ... all my love to Alan. Lisa, and family . . . This Is you, this is me, this is it. Dawn L. Young Dawn Kid . . . Peeves: blackeyes. long-distance phone bills, goodbyes . . . Memories: ' Dougall Bear, ' " eh?, " summers on Cape Breton, my lake Ainsle " family, " fuzzy earmuffs, Maine ' 84, jump-up-and-down, " a donut, " the " girls, " basketball, Softball . . . Canada bound! Gary Younger Gary . . . mellow, easygoing, confused . . Peeves: snobs, conceited people . Favorites: Madonna, Teena Marie. " Fire and Desire. " basketball . . . Memories being in Los Angeles ' 84, Mrs. Ledwith ' s Data Processing hours . . . Future work for a major airline . . . thanks to Mom and Dad. Georgia Zisimopoulos " Ziz, " " George, " . . . last, lost, and late . . . Favorites: " Tavie, " Maytags 83-84. " Oh da coke machine " . . . Memories: Hilda and Glondie, ode to Pinehurst, Soc. with Leilus, Sunday nights with Nancus, Boomerangs with lettuce, jumping up and down with that crazy Canadian. F. Lee Ziz . . . love to family and friends. I ' ll miss you all. David Alan Zeserson Zes . . . wild, friendly, independent, unique . . Peeves: " coming down again " . . . Favorites: Pretenders, Springsteen, Stones, " message of love. " salad bars, " cool, " Rock and Roll all night and party everyday . . . Neil Young. " Getting the car, " " meeting Chrissie " . . captain fantastic and the brown dirt cowboy ... to get out of the house, " playing my guitar. " ALAN WINICK LISA WOOLF DAVID ALAN ZESERSON 60 62 Fredericksen Kendrigan Levine 4 Homecoming Queen Valerie Ward and her ort, Jay Tisdale On a raw November day Tara Carey, Anna Medeiros, and Lisa Alexson watch the crowning and huddle for warmth. Sub Supper Homecoming Novembers, 1984 Members of Court Kim Betts Tara Donnelly Paula Klim Valerie Ward Dawn Young 65 1 Fall Senior Reception Powderpuff Football G ame Paula Klim and Jeff Swartz smile prettily at the Senior Reception! Ronnie DIMatteo talks with Mr. Weiner Mrs. Sheehan, Dennis McGowan, and Mr. Dennlson were among the many who attended one of the largest receptions In years. 68 Another reception took place when fac members were introduced to Dr. Carol War : newly-appointed assistant superintendent. i Q ' rterback Nicole Murphy instructs her offensive line (Front): Julie Erickson, Karen O ' Brien, DeeDee B 0, Tricia Burke. (Rear) : Paula Klim, Madeline Mace, Dawn Young, Kim Romaine, Tina Galley. Tina Galley and Dianne Blomstrom are cheerful at the half as Stoughton leads. Kim Romaine dodges a Canton opponent. Stoughton defense lines up; (Front) : April Kendrigan, Tara Donnelly, Katey McShea, Jill Carlson, Dianne Blomstrom. (Rear) : Debbie Hickey, Lisa Vose. enthusiastic group on the bus: (Front): Katey McShea. (Rear): Debbie Our own PowderPuff cheerleaders: (Front): Craig Chaplain. (Rear): Paul key, Kim Romaine, Lisa Vose, Paula Klim, Kim Handel. Coughlin, Herb Stickler, Jeff Heberling, Paul Medeiros. 69 1984 NCTE National slominees Masalsky PARTICIPANTS IN 1985 INTRAMURAL WRITING COMPETITION (all juniors) : (Front) Megan Harrington, Joyce Stephansky. Sharon Burt- man. Daphne Norton. Kathy Kime. (2nd) : Stephen Greenspoon. Tim Tareco. Tina Doucette. Toby Papagano. Stephen Murray. Elizabeth Rodrigues, John Tammaro, Monica McKinnon. (Rear) : Laura Stevens. Kathy Kelleher. Rachel Kell. Stacy Zelbow. Sherri Hewson, Jay Seliber, Diane Walsh. Alison Freeman. rincipal Anthony Sarno congratulates Chris Kelley on national writing award. INALISTS (National Nominees) of IWC were Eric Kramer. Robert Silverstein, and Joe Serpa. Miss Kathryn enardi served as faculty coordinator. SEMIFINALISTS IN 1985 IWC: (Front): Maurice Leger, Maryann Mootos. (Rear) : Julie Tibets, Amy Cotter. Intramural Writing Competition For the second year in a row, more than 70 juniors participated in the Intramural Writing Competition. For an hour, the juniors wrote on a topic which none had seen previously. This im- promptu essay coupled with submission of one ' s " best " was judged by the faculty. The three finalists were then submitted to the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) as nominees in the national competition at which time they had to repeat the task with a new topic and a new set of judges. Nominees for 1985 are Eric Kramer. Robert Silverstein, and Joe Serpa. Exciting news came to SHS when the school was notified that, for a third time in its history, an SHS nominee to the NCTE competition had won. Chris Kelley, one of the 1984 nominees, received this coveted recognition of his writing ability. 71 HSS OF 1986 EXECUTIVE BOARD: (Front) : Mr. Edward Weiner, Irene McLeod, Sheila Jackman, Ron Juniors proudly display their flowers on Valentine ' s ,;tll tteo, Pam Panek. (2nd) : Andy Bank, Laura Stevens, Laura Gullen, Maurice Leger, Tim Divine. (Rear) : Day. c Papagno, Lisa Falso, Cheryl Intraversato, Nancy Loud, Liz Rodrlgues. 3rs class reacts happily as they receive another literary classic to read. " To be able to be caught up Into the world of thought — that Is ' educated. ' " re, more, " they shouti! (EDITH HAMILTON) em up! Mike Perry, Tonnmy McNaught, and Bll- WOW! check out that guy over there!! A wide-awake duo: Rich Waddleton and hric Hloney make bowling pins as shop projects. Saperstein. 73 Sarit Rosman and Renee Ransom Rose Curtis and Michelle Kelley Noreen Tierney starring in Splash? CLASS OF ' 87 EXECUTIVE BOARD: (Front) Mrs. Kathryn Cullen, William Donoghue. Michael Carroll. » nifer Remmes, Rich Doyle. (2nd) Robin Young, Janice Lorenz, Debbie Swanbeck, Julie Goldman. 3 Giroux. (Rear) Christine Fogarty. Amy Tarpey. Amy Murphy, Michelle Greenberg. at Donnelly searches for the elusive DN A molecule Danny Litwack is ready to overturn his opponent Doug Weiler " hits " those books OPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: (Front) William Donoghue. vice-president; Michael Carroll, president; snnifer Remmes, secretary; Richard Doyle, treasurer. (Rear) Mrs. Kathryn Cullen, advisor. Laurie Haslam discovers an amusing point Lisa Fullerton and Kelli Spadea react to the lesson A key scientific issue Is being discussed by Jennifer Remmes, Kathy Kosinski, and Danny Litwack. 75 o CO 00 —J CD O - FRESHMAN GIRLS BASKETBALL: (Front) Beth Yanoti, Tara Carey, Kathy Bulger, Lisa Alexsen, Ronna Sadow (Scorer) . (Rear) Marcie Levlne (scorer) , Lori Pidgeon, Marie Thompson, Marie Tardanico, Jennifer Herron, Coach Jim Long. Freshnnan ace goalie on newly-formed girls socc team is Lisa Alexson. HOMEROOM A409: (Front to Rear) Lori Greene, Brian Gregoire, Aaron Grover, Donna Gullfoyle, Renee Gusciora, George Hall, James Hallett. FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL: Rick Robertson. Rob Matthews. Jeff Roderick. M Masitis, Louis Rosenberg. Jim Lyons goes up for the shot as Alan Oppenheim looks on in frosh game action. 76 FRESHMAN BOYS BASKETBALL: (Front) Barry Sheff, Matt Oilman, Mark Isveck, Sean Kelly, Alan Op- penheim, Chris Dexter. (Rear) Sean Jasie, Corey Brown, Jim Lyons, Brian Gregoire, Steve Moore, Coach Bill Cotter. I P£ Gonzales waits for bell on opening day of SCiOl. FRESHMAN CLASS EXECUTIVE BOARD: (Front) Ronna Sadow (secretary) , Peter Recupero (president) , Chris Baldinelli (vice-president) , Matthew Gilman (treasurer) . (2nd) Renee Conti, Kathy Bulger, Suzanne Coftman, Jennifer Herron. (Rear) Christine Feeney, Patty Grasso. Suzanne Aronson. Mr. Alton Flynn (advisor) . FF HMAN FOOTBALL: (Front) Assistant Coacti Mark Powers, Rob Malioney, Tom Molinari, Bob Barksdale, Chuck McCabe, Mike Wyrek. PfWilliams, Jim Lyons, Rob Matthews, Mike Caine, assistant coach Fred Campbell. (2nd) Jeff Kleinberg, John Jones, Brian Straughter, Al 0| nheim, f ike Masaittis, Mitchell Lerner, Rob Campbell, Jim Quattrucci, Gary Zades. (Rear) Steve Scibelta, Bob Harris, Steve Cook, Sean Ja Glen Wilbur, Paul Mahan, Mike Atkins, Marc C ooperstein, Coach Bill Cotter. Moving right along is Mark Isveck. S e kind of new Frosh dance by Jennifer Lanner, C ma Guilfoyle, and Lisa Rockman. A gleesome threesonne: Leeann Murray, Amy Gitto, and Chris O ' Grady. Mike Tierney dribbles as the Knights go on attack. 77 Jennifer Lanner and Vera Miller see what ' s cookin ' . Kristin Kane and Caria Rodrigues will gladly call you at home. Kathy Bulger wins the jump! John McDonnell, Billy Maloney, Jim Boushell, Mike Snyder and Mike McCabe stand in the " hospital waiting room, " also known as the football sidelines. Rich Waddleton (Daddy Warbucks) and Diane Walsh (Annie) leads in the school production ol A 4 ' present Governor Dukakis with an " acting award " for his appearance on " St. Elsewhere " ' Fr eshman football team rejoices. We hope they ' re celebrating a win! A scholarly trio: David Willard, Michelle Greenb i. Colleen Bezanson 78 Tom Molinari is sending a secret nnessage. Members of the English 9H class offered to serve as hosts for the school reception to Chris Kelley (winner of national writing award) : Suzanne Coughlin, Patty Grasso, Tracy Moore, Ronna Sadow. night defensive backs pose before practice: ephen Murray, Mike Swanbeck, and Bob idorowlcz. Eric Saperstein strains for that extra inch. Rehearsing for Annie are Michelle Clem, Maryann Mootos, and Suzanne Coughlin. 79 jjul (official timer) Monti who should be keep- , eye on the clock seenns to be keeping it on lie (official scorer) Teed, just out of picture fn — The ' 85 STOTONIAN pays tribute to and dedicates the FACULTY SECTION of the yearbook to the dedicated class advisors: Edward Weiner ( ' 86) , Maureen Herrera ( ' 85) , Kathleen Cullen ( ' 87) , Alton Flynn (■88) " Sew what!!! " says Lisa Vose. Jennifer Marotta welcomes Dr. Carol Wareing, newly-named assistant superintendent, at School Committee reception. rrrnniiiirinrniiP i aniey Barac looks on as Paul Coughlin and Scott Powers construct a rpiece. Mike Marcus types in the password and breaks the secret code revealing the in- gredients of school lunches. 81 English Reading " It has been said that we have not had the three R ' s in Annerica; we had the six R ' s; remedial readin ' , remedial ' ritin ' , and remedial " rithmetic. " (ROBERT M. HUTCHINS) Mrs. Marianne Cannon Mr. Joseph Channberlain .Ail Mr. James Clark Mr. Frank Coen Mrs. Janet Krol Mr. Robert Moore r. Thomas Moscato Mr. John Perry Mr. Edward Weiner Ms. Sylvia Roberts Mrs. Rosaline Rosenburg MATHE- MATICS " The shortest distance between two points depends on who is giving directions. " MORRIS BENDER 85 Mr. Michael Carey Dr. Margaret Sorenson Mr. Leonard Cidado SCIENCE " The scientists are the world ' s greatest army devoted to good works . . .. In a world filled with men who shamefully invent fables to uphold the opinions or defend their guilt, the scientists attack falseness of every kind, and accept no doctrine until the last doubt has been disposed of. " EDGAR WATSON HOWE Mr. Jon Zeeland 87 Mr. Alton Flynn Mr. Donald Bernier Mrs. Janice Ledwith Mrs. Deborah McHugh-Conrad Mr. Francis Maioli Mrs. Mary Alice Cottle " One of the greatest pieces of economic wisdom is to know what you do not know. " JOHN KENNETH GALBRAITH Mrs. Karen McSweeney BUSINESS EDUCATION 90 Mrs. Helen Rabouin Mrs. Carol St. Jean Mrs. Louise Terra Industrial Arts — Home Economics Mr. Stanley Barac Mr. Charles Homer Mr. Leonard Finn Director, Industrial Arts Mr. Peter Kmiec Mr. Patrick Nessar Mr. William Walsh Mrs. Beverly Bucklin L Mrs. Jean Patterson Mrs. Ellen Griffin Mrs. Kathleen Hunt Mrs. Joan Shannahan Director, Home Economics 9 High School Administration TO THE CLASS OF 1985: On behalf of the Stoughton High School administration, teachers, and staff, I wish to extend congratulations and best wishes on this monnentous occasion. In the academic environment of the classroom and In ex- tracurricular activities, the Class of 1985 has contributed significantly toward Stoughton High School ' s drive for ex- cellence. You have demonstrated a high degree of motivation, cooperation, and pride during the past four years. The ad- ministration and staff are very proud of your accomplishments. I wish the members of the Class of 1985 happiness and suc- cess in all of your future endeavors. Sincerely, Anthony L. Sarno, Jr. Principal Stoughton High School F A G B P a,ft F A G Mr. Anthony L. Sarno, Jr. Principal Mr. Robert McLaughlin Assistant Principal Mr. Geoffrey Fanning Assistant Principal Mr. Jerome Cullen Manager, Attendance Center Mrs. Winnifred Slye Secretary, Attendance Center Mrs. Marcelyn Curry School Nurse 96 Dr. John G. Murray Superintendent of Schools Dr. Carol Wareing Assistant Superintendent Dr. Guy Tardanico Assistant Superintendent Central Administration To the Class of 1985: May I take this opportunity to extend to each and every one of you my con- gratulations. I have had the privilege of watching your progress, both acadennically and socially, in the Stoughton Public Schools. I know you will agree with me that our program of studies that has been set up by the school administration and approved by our School Committee has afforded you an op- portunity to seek new horizons in your academic pursuit. I am particularly pleased with those of you who have taken advantage of the opportunities pro- vided to you by our excellent teaching staff. Your contribution to all the activities in our high school is deeply appreciated. The foundation that you received as a student in the Stoughton Public Schools, hopefully, will serve as the cornerstone upon which you can build a happy and successful future. Each day you should personally review your goals and objectives as an individual and strive to attain them. It is very important that you view graduation, not as the end of something but, rather, a new beginning. Your happiness and success will depend on the way you treat others and will be reflected in your own personal integrity and dignity. The Stoughton Public Schools is very proud of the Class of 1985 and, as Superintendent, I personally wish each member of this class the very best that life has to offer. I will look forward to seeing you in the days, months and years ahead and always feel free to call upon me at any time. Best of luck. Sincerely, John G. Murray, Ed.D. Superintendent of Schools Sclnool Committee CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1985 You are an unusual class. You will spend half of your life in the 20th century, and the re- mainder in the 21st. Your Stoughton education, hopefully, has prepared you well for the 1980 ' s and 90 ' s, and given you direction for the year 2001. You are a class accustomed to achieve- ment. Among you are scholars, athletes, and musicians. Your medals, trophies, and awards decorate the corridors of Stoughton High School, making them permanent spirit halls. The School Committee is proud of you as in- dividuals and as a class and look forward with eagerness to following your triumphs. How many of you will be a part of " Star Wars " technologies, or bring joy and happiness to others through parenting? Which of you will share in discovering cures for dread diseases, or participate in inventing a much needed device? These possibilities are available to all of you and your training in the Stoughton schools has prepared each of you to be ready to seize the opportunity when it appears, so that you too can continue in the rich tradition of success synonymous with the name of Stoughton High. Sincerely, Ph.D. Joseph F. Harrington, Jr Chairman Stoughton School Committee OL COMMITTEE: (Front) Mrs. Margaret N. Sewcyk, Mrs. Joanne Blomstrom. (Rear) Mr. David ho, Dr. Joseph H. Harrington, Jr., Dr. John G. Murray, Mr. John S. Dacey. 97 . . . And they ' re off Blomie makes a great play Huddling for strategy Football cheerleaders keep spirit alive Cross-country team in hot pursuit John Medeiros and Joseba Cobian Michael Foley putts 99 I : t Cathy McLellan, Lori MacDonald, llissa Schwartz, and Joan Ivaldi point the way to victory. You ' ve heard of tailgate parties before a Patriots game; here ' s Jackie ar panello ' s and Julie Erickson ' s version of benchgating before an SHS game 100 SOCCER-HOCKEY CHEERLEADERS; (Front) Lori MacDonald, llissa Schwartz, April Kendrlgan, 3c Ivaldi. (Rear) Stephanie Kelley, Cathy McLellan, Julie Erickson. Maria Pinto. Jackie Campanello, Fnt Costello. ' )TBALL-BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS: (Front) Paula Bishop, Lori Moughalian. Kim Rorna.nu. Bousquet, Paula Ki, Laura Stevens, Laurie Bishop. (Rear) Kim Tobin, Carol Spickler, Gail Kennedy, Janell Barrett, Stephanie Kemp, | ten Bowman, Pia Lalli. Lisa Bousquet Cathy McLellan " It may rain, the wind may blow ... the score may be high, it may be low . . . nothing stops these motivators of spirit from doing their job . . . " Nil ki Lyeria Football cheerleaders display the Thanksgiving Day banner. 101 VARSITY FOOTBALL; (Front) Mike Swanbeck, Peter Dias. Steven Murray. Bob Orlando, Bob Fedorowicz, Paul Gelly. Chuck Hughes, Dan Haslam, Bill Coe, Jon Bloom, Jim Maloney, Tom Pennor. (2nd) Asst. coach oe Ashley, Dave Skoletsky, Tom Wahl. Tom Shirikjiam, Pat Large, Gerry Capazolli, Steven Burns, Neil Goldstein, Jeff Teplitz, Rob Harris, assi coach Joe Powers, (3rd) Coach Jack Cosgrove, Scott Povners, Pete Shi ar Peter Gay, Steve Figueiredo, Mike Batte, Bill Delaney, Dave Miller, John Tammaro, Mike McCabe. assI coach Joe Dawe (Rear) Rob Bento, Mike Walters, Kevin Murphy, Dave Young, Bill Kane, Tom Keane, Pal D Brian McGowan. Todd Levine, Jim Boushell. (Rear) Steve Scibetta, Chris Kemp, Jim Ouattrucci. Clem Leary, Alan Oppenheim, Chuck McCabe. Bob Gelly (manager) . Chuck Hughes Dan Haslam Jon Bloom Captain Paul Gelly Bill Coe Bob Fedorowicz Bob Orlando Stoughton wins the coin toss. J ' Capt. Gelly takes the field for the Turkey Day game. Tom Pennor kicks off for the jayvees. 102 David Skoletsky goes over the game rules as the JV ' s prepare to get started Dan Haslam sets up front for the bomb! Bill Delaney makes his move on a Canton defender. FOOTBALL The football team suffered another losing season as they were able to salvage only one win for the season, the opener.a 22-20 win against Ipswich. Injuries at one point put seven players out of action and plagued the Knights all season, the most unfortunate an injury to starting quarterback Todd Levine who broke his hand in the Foxboro game. The jayvees recorded the 1-3-1 season under coach Joe Dawe. Rob Bento played well enough to move to varsity as a wide receiver. Other underclass prospects include Bill Kane and Dave Young, lineback fullbacks. Coach Jack Cosgrove, at the helm for five seasons, resigned at the end of the football campaign. Canton High won the annual Thanksgiving Day match, putting them two up in the series which started in 1926. 103 Swimming Despite a 4-7 record, the SHS swim team had a good season. Under the guidance of coach Chris Brady, the swimmers lost five seniors, but gained depth. In the 105-51 win over Randolph, Monica McKinnon ' 86 qualified for the state diving tournament and Lynn Young set a new school record in the 200-yard medley. Other highlights were Young ' s backstroke first in a 90-81 win over North Quincy; and Karen Licciardi ' s first in the 100-yard butterfly. Scott Robichaud (breastroke) , Sue Cody (freestyle) ; Melissa Gorman (medley) also turned in outstanding performances. Tina Galley and Licciardi were co-captains. Captain Karen Licciardi strol es to victory. Sophomore Stephanie Tslnzo practices her start. Lori Goodkin ' 88 in butterfly action. On the board, Monica McKinnon " 86 shows the style which placed her in the States. 104 SWIMMING: (Front) Gapt. Karen Licciardi, Noreen Tierney, Monica McKinnon, Michelle Aylwatd Goodkin, Kris Sheehan, Jennifer Ng. (2nd) Amy Gitto, Cindy Dykes, Lynn Young, Jean Bradbury Paulkner, Mark Wingrove, Scott Robichaud, Capt. Tina Galley. (Rear) Coach Chris Brady, Marcy Lube Sue Cody, Laura Cullen, Laura Stevens, Stephanie Tsinzo, Melissa Gornnan. Captain Tina Galley Captain Karen LIcciardi Melissa Gorman ' 86 poises for take-off. iOLF: Coach Paul Jacobs, Mark Musial, Robert Gianni, Mike Galvin, Steve Gallerani, Mike Foley, David |ialit. Steve Gallerani concentrates on his next shot. Golf Stoughton High ' s golf team ended its season with a loss to Canton scoring 2- 1 2 points to the Bulldogs ' 3-1 2. The nnatch concluded a disappointing season giving the Knights a record of 5-11. Coach Paul Jacobs did well with a squad which was long in desire but short in depth, all complicated by practice and match problems. The strongest efforts for the Knights were against Sharon and Foxboro as they won, in each case, 5-1. Strong efforts were submitted by Foley, Gallerani, Galvin, Gianni, Musial and Brien. Victories against Foxboro were recorded by Foley, Gianni, Musial, Scott Director and Brien. Gianni had a low round of 39. The shift from spring golf to the fall season has created problems for the Knight links program. Mark Musial takes a full swing. Setting up for the shot is Mike Galvin. 105 SOCCER The soccer team clinched a spot in the state tourna- nnent with a final record for the regular season of 9-4-1. Much credit is due to new coach Lucio Santos. A highlight of the season was a doubleheader (with the football varsity) in the only night home game of the year. The soccer season ended abruptly as a tough New Bedford team beat the Knights 5-0 in the first round. The outstanding effort was due to a group of key players. Anthony Sammarco and Tony Costa were main scorers, breaking away as Willie Herrmann and Craig Chaplain kept the pressure off goalie Chris Mer- candante who recorded several shutouts. The jv ' s finished with a 3-7-2 record. Leading scorers for the Joe Nunes-coached team were Sean Kelley and Joe Baeta. Leading in assists were Mike Tierney and Pablo Bonomi. Willie Herrmann John Medeiros Pablo Bonomi and Tony Costa pursue an errant shot. Joe Santos John Marcal » BOYS VARSITY SOCCER: (Front) Capt. Willie Herrmann, John Marcal, Joseba Covian, Joe Santos, Craig Chaplain, John Medeiros, Jack Romeiro. Tim Devine, Alex Silva, Chris Mercendante, Mario Sousa, Capt. Anthony Sammarco, Joe Alves, Coach Lucio Santos. (Not Present) Ed Marques. 106 9 |ul Medeiros and Enc Japerstein lead the pack for GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY: (Front) Lisa Rockman, Kathy Kelleher, Nancy Scares, Laura Backner, Susan bughton. Raisty. (Rear) Evelyn Large, Heidi Veiotis, Tina Rettman, Paula Lorenz, Sheri Stanley. Cross-Country Tlie boys cross-country team placed first in the Hockomock League meet. Paul Medeiros won in 14:05, a new league course record. Previously, the Knights took the league dual meet championship for a second year in a row, winning the pennant with a last-day defeat of North Attleboro 22-34. Medeiros set a new course record of 12:30. Eric Sapterstein finished third. The season ' s record was 8-0. Medeiros, Saperstein, and Mike Varner were nam- ed to the All-Star team as the harriers finished second in the South Shore Principals meet. Medeiros finished 6th in the field of 200 runners. Five SHS girls ran in the State Coaches meet. Nancy Scares ran 12:55 in the two-mile race for frosh and sophs. In the three-mile race for up- perclassmen, Kathy Kelleher went three miles in 28:38. Scares placed 46th in a field of 130 in the South Shore meet. ob Silverstein and David Scares keep up the pace. Sheri Stanley, Susan Raisty, and Nancy Scares, ■ - move ahead. Leading the offense for the Black Knights are Tracy Aguiar, Dianne Blomstrom, Sheila Jackman, and Blomie breaks away Patrice Batchelder. VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY: (Front) Lisa Falso.lvlarie Pellegrino, Sheila Jackman, Elizabeth Rodrigues, Susan Hurley, Nancy Bechet. Karen Holmes, Marie Quattrucci Lori Arbit, Tracy Aguiar, Jennifer Marotta. (Rear) Coach Dan Mark, Maura Tector, Robin Dray, Dianne Blomstrom, Patty McGowan. Nancy Palaza, Amy Cotter Patrice Batchelder, Maria Costa, Tina Doucette, Susan McNamara. FIELD HOCKEY The varsity field hockey team finished with a 13-2-1 record, tieing for first place In the Hockonnock League. Dianne Blonnstrom and Sheila Jackman finished one-two for scoring in the league. No longer the " easy win " for opponents, the girls have nnoved up from last place two years ago to annual tourney contenders. Much of the credit is due to coach Dan Mark. Five veteran seniors (Dray, lector, Blomstrom, Paiaz and McGowan) formed the backbone of the team backed up by juniors Jackman, Doucette, Pellegrino and Cotter. A talented junior varsity team boasted a winning season featuring leading scorers Chris Fogarty and Michelle Kelly. Excellent defense was turned in by Susan Malone and goalie Kelly Burns. Tracy Aguiar leads the rush. Christine Fogarty races for the ball. 111 Girls soccer: (Frornt) Pam Francioso, Anna Medeiros. Lisa Alexson, Gina Dias, Theresa Crowell, Flobela Andrade. (Rear) Vera Miller, Donna Mercandante, Lesia Dijak. Capt. Nancy Marshall. Capt. Karen Ahern. Renee Dias, Octavia Garcia. Coach Sue Braen. Theresa Crowell brings the ball down field as Ar Medeiros looks on. Capt. Nancy Marshall dribbles the ball. A determined Stoughton attacker eagerly pursues the ball as the newest teann on the SHS sports scene goes after a score GIRLS SOCCER I For the first time, girls who wanted to play soccer didn ' t have to try out for the boys team, under the guidance of coach Susan Braen, SHS;s newest sport group ended with a 5-6-2 record in its initial season. Most of the girls were underclassmen who lacked experience and coach Braen ' s role was to develop them into well-round players. Potentials for next year are Lisa Alexson, primary goal keep, and co-captain Anna Medeiros. Donna Mercadante and Vera Miller, halfbacks; Wendy Carter, defense. The seniors shown on this page deserve much credit for getting the sport off to two wins over Canton (8-0. 5-1) and 4 - 4 tie with Bridgewater - Raynham. A victory dance! Freshman goalie Lisa Alexson in action. BASKETBALL The boys varsity got off to a 1-3 start, but the Knights went on to post a 14-6 record, overall, 13-4 in the league, placing them second in the league, and earned a Division I tourney berth for the fourth year in a row for Coach John Douglas. The Knights were bounced from the tourney when a second half surge against Xaverian came up short, resulting in an 88-79 loss. One of the constants on the team was the perfor- mance and leadership of Capt. Pete Fredericksen who led the team in almost every offensive category including points scored, field goal percentage and rebounds. The Jayvees numbered several freshmen on their squad and thus lacked in experience what they made up in hustle. Nevertheless, the team record, under Coach Chuck Vuytowecz, was creditable and promises well for the future. VARSITY BASKETBALL: (Front) Denis Donoghue. Jay Tisdale. Peter Fredericksen (Cap! ) . Jefl Swartz. Mike Wiseman. (Rear) Douglas. Terry Buggs, Brad Miller, Todd Levine, Trent Watson, Mike Swanbeck. Kevin Harding. (Not Present) Joe Barboza. " Capt.Freda " J " Tizzy " ' Wiseguy " Denis " Snowflake " Donoghue hits from 20. 114 " Snowflake ' " Swartzy " Mike Wiseman looks to pass. JD goes over the game plan. Pete Fredericksen wins the tap for Stoughton Ronnie Montgomery drives the lane for the Jayvees Frederlcksen on the line. JUNIOR VARSITY: (Front) Mark Andrews, Jeff Teplitz, Eric Vischnick, Ron Montgomery, Brian Straughter, Duke Donoghue. (Rear) Ron Zapustus, Rob Harris, Jon Hubler, Tom Keane. Rich Doyle. Mike Atkins, Coach Chuck Vuytowecz. WRESTLING The Black Knights wrestling team ended its season with a 5-11 record paled by the hard work of co-captains Neil Baker and Ricky Alterio along with Bill Lunnin and Mike Aloupus. In the Division I South Sectionals Baker (134) took first place followed by Alterio (128) and Lunnin (heavyweight) who each placed second in their classes. The Stoughton grapplers finished in 11th place at the Division I state tournament. In- dividual highlights included Baker and Lun- nin in fourth place finishes and Alterio who earned a fifth. Capt. Ricky Alterio Capt. Neil Baker WRESTLING: (Front) Coach Dave Cachopa, Bill Lunnin, Capt, Neil Baker. Capt. Rick Alterio, Rob Levine. Peter Gates, (2nd) Mike Aloupis Keith Mason Mark Wingrove, Jon Wax, Ralph Ventresco, Head Coach Craig Kosinski (3rd) Steve Scibetta, Don McLellan, Mike Baum Dave Skoletsky, Mike Carroll. Dave Young, Larry Rosenberg. (Rear) Dan Litwack, Ron DiMatteo, Chris MacKenzie, Joe Hughes. Jim Friedman Mike Bento, Timmy Uelvin. Bill Lunnin Robert Levine 116 HOCKEY " We ' ve made some progress even though the record doesn ' t show it, " says coach Dan Mark in commenting on the hocl ey season, which showed the Knights finishing with a 1-12-1 record. Faced with a rebuilding task, the coach has seen the team Improve and become more disciplined. Despite the losing record, three seniors were towers of strength, SHS captains John Doherty, Chris O ' Connor and Bill Statkewlcz. The trio provided outstanding leadership, supported by other seniors Paul Burns, John Howe, Mike Varner, each of whom gave 100%. A good group of younger players makes the future look bright. Some of the strength will come from three goalies who are promising: Mike Palaza, Paul McGovern, and Craig Gerome. Freshman Dave Cunningham on defense Is another comer. Coach Mark who turned around the field hockey program hopes to duplicate It on the ice and return Stoughton to the days when it was a tournament contender each year. John Tammaro rushes to help goalie Mike Palaza who awaits the shot on net. c Captain Bill Statklewicz John Howe Mike Varner Paul Burns John Doherty protects the net manned by Palaza 118 BOYS INDOOR TRACK; (Front) Paul Medeiros. Dave Scares, Chris Veliotis. Jamie Borr. Jon Bloom, Dennis McGowan, Mike Marcus, Joe Masalsky (2nd) Scott Weiss, Andy Pearl, Rob Bento. Bob Silverstein, Steve Greenspoon. Brian Lanner. Eric Saperstein. (Rear) Asst coach Dave Barbato, Jay Rosenberg. Bill Kane, Jon Cohen, Chris Shea, Coach Joe Dawe. Capt. Chris Veliotis Capt. Jamie Borr Jon Bloom Paul Medeiros i n Mike Marcus, Steve Greenspoon, and Rob " Boo " Bento battle through the competition. BOYS TRACK Boys indoor track enoyed a successful season finishing in second place with a 7-1 record. In the league meet, the team finished second to Foxboro. Through six weeks of the season the Knights were in first place in the Hockomock League, tied with defending champ Foxboro In week seven, however, the team ' s title hopes were ended with hard-fought 52-36 loss to Foxboro. In the Class C state meet, individual Knights ended with success as Paul Medeiros (3rd. two-mile) Eric Saperstein (6th, 800). and Brian Lanner (5th, 30) each qualified for the all-state At the latter meet, Lanner and Medeiros each earned a trip to the eastern regionals at Princeton, Throughout the season, the team benefitted from the leadership of captains Chris " C.V. " Veliotis and Jamie Borr. Consistently strong performances were also turned in during the season by Steve " Spoon " Greenspoon. Bill Kane, Mike Marcus, Dennis McGowan, Scott Weiss, and Bob Silverstein. Bob Silverstein and Eric Saperstein lead the pa Chris Veliotis runs to victory Bill Kane puts the shot Jon Bloom concen trates on form Jay Rosenberg kee strong pace 120 aula Klim hurls the shotput while Jennifer Lanner, Monica McKinnon, and Don- a Guilfoyle pose for the camera. Sue Raisty and Nancy Scares await the gun to start the 1000. GIRLS TRACK The girls indoor track team turned in the first winning season in the history of SHS girls track. The squad placed third in the league with a record of 6-2 and a third in the league meet. The title hopes were smashed on the next to last week when, with a 5-1 record, the Lady Knights lost on the last event to league champ Foxboro. In the Class C state meet, senior Kim Romaine placed third in the 50-yard dash and went on to finish second in the all-state meet qualify- ing her for the eastern regionals at Princeton. The team was paced this year by solid performances from Monica McKinnon, Sue Hurley, Janine Catalano, Donna Guilfoyle, Paula Klim, Kerry Jennings, and Nancy Scares. Monica McKinnon finishes strong Kerry Jennings tlies through the air Janine Catalano holds off the competition. GIRLS INDOOR TRACK: (Front) Kerry Jennings, Nancy Scares, Sue Raisty, Lisa Rockman, Julie Tibbets, asst coach Dave Barbato. (2nd) Paula Klim, Kim Romaine, Sue Hurley, Monica McKinnon, Heidi Ostroff. (Rear) Coach Joe Dawe, Donna Guilfoyle, Jennifer Lanner, Laura Backner, Janine Catalano. 121 9 n Captain Dianne Blomstrom Captain Dawn Young Nicole Murphy i H Kathy Doyle GIRLS BASKETBALL With only seven players to work with, Coach Dave Tucker led the girls varsity basketball team to a creditable 9-1 1 record. Four gannes lost by two or less points nnade the difference for the tournament. The five seniors, captains Dianne Blomstrom and Dawn Young, Nicole Murphy, Tara Donnelly, and Kathy Doyle were complemented by juniors Sheila Jackman and Tina Doucette. Three sophomores, Chris Fogarty, Noreen Tierney and Cori Herlihy, alternated varsity and JV and provided much needed bench strength. With a strong finish, the junior varsity managed a record of 9-11. With the addition of freshman center Laura Long, the team found the height that they had lacked. Sophomores Tracy Aguiar and Karen Holmes played well for Coach Michael Baxter and should easily make the varsity next year. Girls basketball is on the way up. The sport has been re-introduced to the junior high level and for the first time in years a girls frosh team played a full schedule and had a winning season. GIRLS VARSITY: (Front) Tara Donnelly, Kathy Doyle, Dawn Young, Dianne Blomstrom, Nicole Mur y (Rear) Coach Dave Tucker. Cori Herlihy, Tina Doucette, Sheila Jackman, Chris Fogarty, Noreen Tierney Coach Tuck reviews the game plan Tara Donnelly looks to pass inside. 122 I GYMNASTICS What can you say about a team that finishes at 0-10 in the Hockomock League? Well, if it ' s the gymnastics team, it represents a group of six girls who probably portrayed courage, dedication and true school spirit more than any other group in SHS history, They could have quit; they never did. Under the tutelage of coach Debbie Mclntyre they tried hard. There were bright spots: Madeline Mace on the balance beam. Sue Cody and Fran Costello, all- around, Linda Hendry, vault, all performed well in- dividually. Unfortunately, because of minimum re- quirements for each event, the team itself was han- dicapped and never could score enough points to win. Unless gymnastics is to become extinct at Stoughton High, it will be necessary for more girls to come out for the sport. Certainly, there are enough girls involved in town from an early age to warrant the growth of this competition. GYMNASTICS: (Front) " Nora, " Coach Debbie Mclntyre, Sue Cody, Lynda Hendry, Deidre O ' Sulllva (Rear) Frannie Costello, Madeline Mace. (Not Present) Alyson Bloom. Madeline Mace performs her floor routine to " Nadla ' s Theme. " Lynda Hendry prepares for a " Belly Bumper " on the uneven bars. 124 125 SPIRIT HALLS 1984 Winners Class of 1986 " Journey Through Time " Fitting Itie circus motif, freshman girls clown around (Christina Sewcyk. Jamie Ruggiero, Annie Hawko. Chrisia Goldberg.) Ijoan Ivaldi, Nicole Murphy, Karen O ' Brien, and Kathy Cocchi take a break from work on the Senior Safari. fom Donnelly makes Jennifer Marotta a prisoner in :he senior jungle. The jolly-jolly juniors hard at work (Sue McNamara, Sue Cody, Tim Devine, Maurice Leger) David Skolesky gives Barbara Ceven a lift. Chris Fogarty prepares a poster for the Sophomore Spirit Hall. Danyela Rosman and Valerie Ward go wild in the wilds of the Safari. 127 INTERNATIONAL CLUI (Front) Joe Serpa, Maurice Leger, Linda Backner, W Claire Garney. (Rear) Lou Modestino, Michael Kalmj, Robin Kravetz. (Front) Lou Polllucci, Sharon Burtman, Mrs. Thea Kauflman, Steve Licciardi. (Rear) Jay Selibar, Jerry Cohen, Eric Kramer, Daniel McKinnon. STUDENT ADVISORY BOARD (Front) Jill Freedman, Paula Klim, Laura Cullen. De bie Swanbeck. (Rear) Maurice Leger, Tom Donnelly. STUDENT COUNCIL: (Front) Paula Klim, Tom Donnelly. (2nd) Jill Freedman, Diane Walsh, Joyce Stephansky. Valerie Ward. Ms. Lorl Pinkham. (3rd) Maurice Lege Renee Bleau, Stephanie Kemp, Susan McNamara, Laura Cullen, Laura Stevens, Patty Grasso, Christine Feeley, Jennifer Herron, Janice Lorenz. (Rear) Tim Deviniii Joe Serpa, Andy Bank, Pam Francioso, Peter Fredericksen, Cesar Valiente, Ann Chamberlin, Paula Francioso, Dawn Young, Kathy Bulger, Renee Conti, SuzanriJ Aronson, Robin Young, Debbie Swanbeck, Lori Giroux, Christine Fogarty. Above: (Front) Dawn Young, Mr. Michael Nassise. (2nd) Elinor Havlin, Katey McShea, Georgia Zisimopoulis, Deborah Mythen, Lesly Dino. (3rd) Susan Kardon, Lori McDonald, Sheri Berger, David Scares, Paula McGrath, Christopher Kelley, Valerie Ward, Nan- cy Palaza. (Rear) Mark Napierkowski, Jonathan Bloom, Richard Bornstein, Peter Fredericksen, Dianne Blonnstrom, Brian Gerson, Frank Cohen, Karen Licciar- di. Left: (Front) Michael Snyder, Jeffrey Swartz. Christine Galley. (Rear) Sharyn Botsch, Carolyn Pina. (Not Present: James Borr, Mary Davis, Christopher O ' Connor, Carol Pedro) SADD nt) Stacey Zelbow, Susan Kardon, Sheryl Heifetz, Ellen Griffin. (Rear) Lou Modestino, Kathleen DECA (Front) Caria Bailey, Mary Palermo, Joanne Walsh, Nancy Gonsalves. (2nd) Doreen MacNeil, Theresa Gargiulo, Marcey Spack, Patricia Patterson. (Rear) Steven O ' Connell, Christine Doyle, Dave Zeser- son, Mr. Arthur McCarthy. 129 Frank (Jerry) Cohen Natl Merit Semifinalist Herbert Stickler NMS Connmendation Debbie Barbato NMS Connmendation Mark Napierkowski NMS Commendation Joe Masalsky NMS Commendation Jill Freedman Regional Adv. Bd. Michelle Clem Junior Miss Janet Melvin Junior Miss Valerie Ward Special MIT Program Megan Harrington Framingham Hist. Conf. Merit Award I Student } Honors i Dawn Young DAR Good Citizenship 130 Chris Kelly NMS Semifinalist NCTE Wnting r Karen Licciardi State Supt. Award Jay Selibar Sharon Burtman Math Olympiad Finalist NE Womens Chess Award ■RAMINGHAM HISTORICAL CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS (Front) Maryann Mootos. Joyce iiephansky, Sharyn Burtman, Mr James Gormley (2nd) Joe Serpa. Stephanie Kelley, Steven Mor- ay Marion Fortier. Kalhy Kime. Miss Juditti Hamilton (Rear) Mr, Gary Hylander. Kathy Kelleher. lachel Kell, Stacey Zelbow, Jay Seliber Peter Gay Linda Backner Boston Globe VFW Oratorical Art Award CLOSE-UP students traveled to Washington D.C. (Front) Lou Modestino, Paul Sarnie, NealSnetsky. (Rear) Renee Bleau, Ms. Lori Pinkham (advisor). Eric Kramer Mary Serradas Framingham Hist. VFW Oratorical Conf. Merit Award 131 MIXED CHORUS: Above, Left: Seniors: Tracy Unda, Michelle Ger- maine, Helen Silver JAZZ CHOIR: Above, Right: Seniors: Cheryl Piselli, Herb Stickler, Mark Napierkowski, Shane Wilbar, Michael Snyder. ■OUR O ' CLOCK JAZZ BAND: Above: AZZ BAND: Right: (Front) Kim Pray, Deb Mythen, ' iusan Kardon. (2nd) Jon Wax, Allison Freeman, Jamie ' arker, Bill Kane, Stacey Blacker, Sunneve Carlino. Rear) Chuck Starkowsky, Chris Harrington, Scott Jewman, Phil Klayman, Aaron Fox, Mark Japierkowski, Paul Coughlin, Tom Day, Mike Fradkin, ike Kane, Peter Freedman. 133 Art, Creative Writing, and American Studies classes were involved in a unique inter-disciplinary apprai. Above: A display of student produced art and complementing student poetry. Lesia DIjak and Susan Nestor are two of many students in art classes who spent Bill Coe wrote poetry and also created art to accompany his writing. Bill pc 5 Among art sudents participating in the joint effort One of many murals which graced the hallways during the holiday season, was Robert Levine. 134 Michelle Germalne demonstrates the art of editing. Lisa Kelman issues instructions to the studio cameras from the control room. Laura Schiff interviews Michael Ingram while Renee Somers stands by with audio equipment. Behind the camera, Jim Tarchara follows the action. SHS SCOPE Neil Snetsl y goes mobile with the portable camera. Michelle Germaine tests for color accuracy. With the arrival of cable tv to Stoughton, SHS students, under the capable guidance of Mrs. Lin- da Dolan, were introduced to the skill of producing a program devoted to Stoughton High, its students, and their ac- complishments. A new studio and thousands of dollars of ex- pensive equpment made the task easier. 135 THE DUKE DROPS IN Governor Michael Dukakis visits Stoughton High and discusses his deep concerns with teen use of drugs. 1 Prior to the assembly the governor met privately with a group of students, among them Lisa Falso, Laura Stevens, Mark Andrews, and Mike McCabe. Four addicts visited SHS at the same time and each of the four, currently underg ing rehabilitation, told a sad and dangerous story. Gov. Dukakis made a strong opening statement about alcohol and drug use. Other students who met in the special session and who participated in a give-and-take discussion were Mar Serradas, Jeff Heberling, Kim Belts. Val Ward, Georgia Zisimopoulos. and Jon Bloom. 136 i Seniors listen intently to some strong remarks about jrugs. Gov. Dukakis expresses his regrets to the seniors who had to go to the cafeteria. It was a real shirtsleeve discussion with no holds barred, r The capacity crowd (Grades 9-11) at the assembly was captured on tape for cable-tv showing. Howie Gor- man was one of the SHS camera crew filming the event. Principal Sarno, Superintendent Murray, and SADD president Stacey Zelbow were invited to take places on tlie platform. it was a big media event as tv cameras from all Boston stations converged on SHS. Lack of room forced the seniors to watch the governor on closed circuit television in the cafeteria, but the Duke took time out to visit with the seniors before the assembly. 137 Spaulding workers, Dianne Roth and Marcia Ennis sort microfilm. 139 Representatives of various countries were on hand as the foreign students SHS foreign language stud ents chatted with the young visitors throughout the attending New man Prep made their annual visit to Stoughton High. day at the Foreign Language Exchange program. 140 Service with a smile! Mrs. " Pay here " : Mrs. (Susan) Out of the freezer: Mrs. Laying out the " businessman ' s lunch " : Mrs. (Muriel) Hadleyand (Dotty) Mello Crockett (Ellen) Hochmuth Mrs. (Barbara) Grafeo. " I just like the editorials, " says Mr. Charles (Chuck) Mr. Robert Sheehan keeps the place going when Her real name is not " snack bar lady " ; it ' s Mrs. Homer not answering P.A. summon s. (Barbara) Sims. 141 STI]|JCIiTI]| l lilCli SCIiOOL |]| ni |f] DEPT. IRWIN UilED SK HIN H IRKOMAIt U«IISUUII MARTINCHARNIN CHARLErSTROUSE THOMAS " mEEHAN S.li.S. njdiioriuin Pdults $3.SI] 1:31] «l J ft CI l-irx s Dolan prepares Richard Waddleton stuaerits M.iMWi for his role as Daddy Warbucks Diane Walsh and Missy as Annie and Sandy Bums of Hooverville Some of Annie cast members prep for dress rehearsal 142 DRPHANS AGGRAVATE MISS HANNIGAN: (Front) Liz E. Rebelo, Diane Walsh, Maryann Mootos, Jenny )olan, Kelly Polillio, Julie Ghrlstianson. (Rear) Laura Rudin, LeeAnn Murray, Suzanne Coughlin. . ■ 1 . Miss Dolan issues instructions Miss Dolan plots stage direction THE BUMS OF HOOVERVILLE: Megan Harrington, Michelle Clem, Ross Yaffee, Diane Walsh and Missy, Lynn Young, Cheryl Piselli, Tracy Unda. taring Annie after her escape are MaryAnn Mootos, Diane Walsh, Eric Tommy Day serves Richard Waddleton (in dress rehearsal anyway) ; it never I Olsen, Herb Stickler. happened in the real play. 143 H ey, hey, the gang ' s all here! (Tina Scioletti, Herb Stickler, Tracy Unda, Jim Dean, Lisa Shitman, Paul Susan McNamara and Sheila Jackman. Medeiros) 145 Capt. Paula Russell Capt. Jodi Salazar Nancy Marshall " Hey. what do you think you ' re doing? ' MAJORETTES: (Front) Donna Gibson, Jodi Salazar, Paula Russell, Michelle Rodrigues. (Rear) Denij Bova, Pam Russell, Kathleen Coe, KrisGleason, Darlene Gibson, Christine Tobin, Colleen O ' Neill (advisor) 146 THE STOUGHTON HIGH MARCHING BAND De DRILL TEAM; (Front) Diane Walsh, Julie Tibetts, Capt. Jennifer Eagan, Lesly Dino, Sue Fox, Melissa Finn, Karen Lotti (advisor) , Lisa Rossi, Maryann Mootos, Sue Master, Christine Baker, Karen Gunn, Joyce Stephansky, Cathy Mootos, Renee Pellerin, Renee Somers, Robin Kravetz, Laura Schiff, Karen Parvey. THE HALFTIME SHOW MAJORETTES DRILL TEAM inthony DiLorenzo and his sparkling trumpet created magic at Stoughton High musical events for many ears. 147 STOTONIAN With the knowledge that after graduation, we nnay not see high school ' friends again, our yearbook becomes more special, for it not only preserves our memories, it preserves our frIendships.We will look back not with sadness but with laughter. Our yearbook is something to be treasured. When opened, it will be a journey into our youth. The task of producng a yearbook is not an easy one. It is only with hare work, a lot of time, and a little hope that a book is created. A yearbook is nothing more than the people who worked on it. There is no one more impor- tant to the Stotonian than Mr. Sumner Tapper. Under his leadership, we were all able to work together. He deserves our greatest appreciation. All the staff members deserve credit. Here are some: Tina Galley coor4 dinated activities, took pictures, and completed " dull " pages (usually)! without complaint. Joe Waters, with Linda Backner, ran the business endi Sometimes, it was a job he didn ' t want, but Joe never gave up. [ Robert Levine coordinated all art projects and never missed a deadlines Special thanks go to Katey McShea and Paula Klim who probably workecf harder than anyone else. They continually took on new jobs and theii dedication never wavered. We also thank the many underclassmen who helped us in many ways. To the entire staff who helped get this book out, who helped me, and whc never quit: You should be proud and I thank you! ELLIEHAVLIN Ellie Havlin Editor-in-Chief Tina Galley Managing Editor Joe Waters Business Manager Katey McShea Publications Coordinator a re. Linda Backnei Advertising Mgr. Robert Levine Art Editor Mr. Sumner Tapper (After 19 books, he most enthusiastic staff member!) is thJ Kritsy Hughes Faculty Divider Jim Connor Sen. Sect. Divider SENIOR SECTION AND DESIGN AND LAYOUT STAFFS: (Front) Ellie Havlln. Tina Galley. (2nd) Nicole Murphy, Kim Handel, April Kendrigan, Rachel Kell, Dawn Young (3rd) Susan Kardon, Robert Levlne, Diane Hayes. Tare Donnelly, Katey McShea, Peter Fredericksen, Kathy Cocchi, OeeDee Brien, Pam DiCastro, Karen O ' Brien, Maurice Leger. Al Winick Fall Sports Divider Michelle Clem Lettering BUSINESS AND PRODUCTION STAFFS: (Front) Krissy Hugties, Kim Benson. (2nd) Al Winick, Jim Connor, Joe Waters, Tina Galley, Robert Levine. (3rd) Linda Backner, Herb Stickler, Diane Hayes, Katey McStiea, Pam DiCastro, Kim Handel. (Rear) Susan Kardon, Kim Betts, Tara Donnelly. Valerie Ward, Georgia Zisimopoulos. Michelle Clem. Kim Benson Underclass Divider Other art: Tory Thorpe: Cover Anthony DiLorenzo: Frontspiece (color) Robert Levine: End sheets, Title page, winter sports divider, fillers Katey McShea: Student Life divider Fillers EBRUARY VACATION STAFF: (Front) Ellie Havlin, Katey McShea. (2nd) Linda Backner, Joe Waters, laurice Leger, Tina Galley, Karen O ' Brien, (3rd) Rachel Kell, April Kendrigan, DeeDee Brien, Robert evine, Susan Kardon, Kathy Cocchi, Peter Fredricksen. 149 Jon Bloom Senior Editor Maurice Leger Junior Editor Walter Eduardo Sports Editor Daphne Norton Columnist Chris Kelley Critic SHS KNIGHT REPORTERS; (Front) Claudia Barry. Daphne Norton. (2nd) Dennis Lyons, Marie Macrloglnis, Elizabeth Hern, Michelle Guilfoyle, Rachel Kell, Scoll Berler. (Rear) Lou Modestino, Rhonda HIrschorn, Wendy Olsen, Joyce Stephansky, Elizabeth Hern, Walter Eduardo, David Aronson. (Not Present) Suzanne Coughlln, Laura Schiti, Jon Bloom. REPORTERS AND EDITORS: (Front) Bruce Greenberg, Maurice Leger. (2nd) Patricia Coughlin, Annie Hawko, Donna Guilfoyle. (Rear) Robert Levine, Katey McShea, Nicole Murphy, Dawn Young, Ellie Havlin, Tina Galley. PRINTING LAYOUT AND MAKE-UP BOARD: (Front) Maunce Leger, Scott Berler, Katey McShea. (Rear) Tina Galley, Ellie Havlin. 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BISSETT CARADONNA ' S LIQUORS TRAVEL AGENCY Stoughton — Canton And Best of Luck in the Future 11 Pearl Street Stoughton, Massachusetts 02072 344-0017 MACHINE SHOP PARTS ACCESSORIES BROADWAY MOTOR SUPPLY, INC EDDY BERGER 120 WEST BROADWAY SOUTH BOSTON, MASS. 02127 TEL. 268-6500 268-9314 Qreen anor 31 Tosca Drive Stoughton, Massachusetts 02072 Telephone 341-1600 828-3018 169 RICHARD LEWIS, INC. 576 WASHINGTON ST - CANTON CENTER 828-1004 or 828-9110 PAUL J WHIFFEN Manager FORMAL WEAR SALES • RENTALS Congratulations Seniors BOB ' S " " f oocifYva rt. )DUGGAN $( Dott cL LIQUORS 289 Park Street Stoughton, MA 344-4350 344-3666 Convenient Store Hours Mon.-Thurs. 7am-10pm Fri. Sat. 7am-11pm Sundays 8am-6pm 170 Congratulations Class of 1985 TOWN SPA For the Best Pizza Corner of Rose and Porter 344-7821 Congratulations From LOU AND MARY UGO of DUNKIN ' 344-9969 DONUTS Best of Luck in the Future " it ' s Worth the trip " 4Uo wasningion oi. 171 r Congratulations Traykins Love, Mom and Dad Best Wishes to the Class of 1985 Barbato Construction Co. Inc. General Contractors Stoughton, MA Congratulations from Pete, Pat, Rick, Bud, Terry Compliments of: BLACKWELL STUDIO " Your Class Photographer " The Stotonian staff wishes to express its sincere thanks to Terry Griffin of Blackwell Studio. He has helped and supported us throughout the year and has continually rearranged his schedule to suit our publication ' s needs. For all of your time, effort, and fast service, we express our deepest thanks! GOLD PATRONS Robert and Marie Kendrigan Mrs. Gerald E. Burke Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L.Galley The Clem Family Mike and Mona McKinnon and Family Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fedorowicz Mr. and Mrs. Merrill B. Stickler and Family June and Walter Fredericksen Joe, Mary Ellen, David and Nancy Scares Mr. and Mrs. Stephen S. McGowan Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Botsch The Backner Family Ken and Sharyn Baker The Heberling Family Maria and Morton Vinocoor Mr. and Mrs. Oscar M. Silva Mrs. Kathleen H. Donoghue Goerge and Leslie Fox Mr. and Mrs. Octavio J. Ruggiero The Newman Family Mr. and Mrs. Stan Oilman and family Mrs. Ronald J. Loring Mr. and Mrs. David E. Duress Mr. and Mrs. Walter Unda Myrna and Paul Cohen Marion and Irving Snetsky Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Still Family Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shifman Mrs. Charles Ripley Jerry The Phetteplaces John Osvalda McPherson Bill and Marion Coughlin Mr. and Mrs. David A. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Coe Millie and Fred Varner The Orlandos Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Carlson Ann and Jack Gillis Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Doherty Family Joseph M. and Ruth Gomes Jack and Carol Marshall Family Mr. and Mrs. James F. Donnelly SILVER PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Herb Kardon and Family Sue Scott Bud and Marilyn Gorman Joe and Ann Chamberlin The Sheehan Family Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Millman Mr. and Mrs. A. Palermo The Barbell Family Howard and Linda Borr Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Bohn Mr. and Mrs. Victor Palaza The Swenson Family PAGE 2 SHS SENIOR FINALE MAY JUNE 1985 TABLE OF CONTENTS Cover (Design by Robert Levine) Officers: Student Council, Class of 1986 3 Pops Concert 4 Senior Clambake 5 Booster Awards 6 Art Exhibit 7 Variety Show 8-9 Junior Prom (Class of 1986) 10-11 Donkey Basketball 12 Individual Honors, Science Fair 13 Baseball 14-15 Tennis 16-17 Track 18-19 Softball 20-21 WILL 22-30 Inklings, Officers ' 87, ' 88 31 Reception, Class of 1985 32-33-34 Senior Class Trip 35-36-37 Awards and Scholarships 38-39 Art 40 Class Night 41 Graduation 42-43 Business Sponsors 44-47 What ' s In A Name? 48 SENIOR FINALE: An SHS Publication, produced by the staffs of the SHS KNIGHT and STOTONIAN. June, 1985. Volume 31, Combined Issues 5-10. Subscription: $4. Layout Editors for this issue: Elinor Havlin, Katev McShea, Tina Galley, Susan Tapper. Make-up Editors: Marie Macrogianis, Suzanne Coughlin. Art Editor: Robert Levine. Advisor: Mr. Tapper. Publications Office: A409. MAY JUNE 1985 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 3 b C T I o u. u IJ L c M I T L 1)4- OFFICERS OF THE STUDENT COUNCIL (1984-85): (Front) Paula Kllm, vice-president; Ms. Lori Pinkham, advisor; Joyce Stephansky, recording secretary. (Rear) Tom Donnelly, president; Maurice Leger, treasurer; (Not present: Kathy Kelleher, corre- sponding secretary.) Maurice Leger has been elected president of Student Council tor 1985-86. A e jjlxj CltctedL 85 - (o Sfudcnt Council Laura Stevens Vice-Pres. Kathy Kelleher Corr. Sec ' y Joyce Stephansky Rec. Sec ' y Ronny DiMatteo ' 86 President Sheila Jackman ' 86 Vice-President Tina Doucette ' 86 Secretary Jennifer Marotta ' 86 Treasurer PAGE 4 SHS SENIOR FINALE POPS ' 85 MAY JUNE 1985 ill II ll i Mixed chorus welcomes the audience. Jazz band ' s Mark Napierkowski, Anthony Oilorenzo and Carl Sangiolo. SHS Jazz choir sings " Georgia On My Mind. " A theatrical pose is struck by the Show Choir. J Herb Stickler pertorms solo; Fred Levy and Kris Desmond sing backup. Richard Waddleton assists Synneve Carlino on piano. Stephanie Kemp displays her terpsichorean skills. PAGE 6 SHS SENIOR FINALE MAY JUNE 1985 At its annual banquet, tha SHS Boosters Club hon- ored seniors who participated in fall and winter sports. A large crowd of senior and underclass athletes, par- ents, and coaches was on hand (or the (estivlties. Paul Geily, football captain, receives an award from Mr. Richard Plunkett ot the Boosters Club as Principal Anthony Samo and AO Ray O ' Malley look on. Paula Klim, cheerleader and girls ' track captain is either receiving an award or explaining Powderpuff foot- ball strategy. " Hail, Hail, the gang ' s all here, " the Jockettes o( SHS announce their presence. Coach Mike Baxter (cross-country, JV girls ' basket- ball, Softball) and Coach David Tucker (girls ' varsity basketball, boys ' tennis) applaud Diane Blomstrom, re- cipient of Best Female Athlete Award for 1985-85 Peter Fredericksen is honored as Best Male Athlete. Making presentation are Mrs. Dorothy Klim and Mr. Anthony Sammarco. MAY JUNE 1985 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 9 Cartels Lightly, Stephanie Vann, Karyn Hall and Pia Lalli dance to " We Like Tina Kreltzberg and Rose Edwards sing " What I Did For Love. " The Boys. " Kim Betts, Amos Fernandas, Herb Stickler, Paul Medeiros and Lisa Kellman perform " I Would Die For You. " MAY JUNE 1985 SHS SENIOR FINALE Queen, King, and Court: Tina Doucette, Melissa Finn, Susan McNamara, King Brian Statlciewicz, Queen Monica McKinnon, Cheryl Intrevasto, Sheila Jackman, and Pia Lalli. John Tammaro, Lori Arbit, Dianne Blomstrom, and Paul McGovern wait ' Lynn Young and Billy Hogan take a brealt. to get into action. Paul Williams is flanked by SHS lovelies Gena Driscoll and Amy Barbato. Maloney looking good! PAGE 12 SHS SENIOR FINALE MAY JUNE 1985 Mo Leger, Jim Bouthell, Mike McCab and Brian Lannar Dan Mark atrugglet to get on his donkey. Daahing Don Bemler puts up the shot show their spirit (and a lot morel). Jacobs get Irlendly. The high school team watches eagerly from bench. MAY JUNE 1985 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 13 Michael Polonsky SclFair - Hon Mention NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS: (Front) Katey McShea, treasurer; Mr. Michael Nassise, advisor; Dawn Young, president. (Rear) Elinor Havlin, secretary; Georgia Zisimopoulis, vice-president. Laura Schiff K of P Speech Contest Michelle Wise Young Writers Conf Peter Shirikjian Central America Conf. Mark Wingrove SciFair - HM Scott Robichaud Central Am. Conf. SciFair - 2nd Amy Cotter Michelle Swartz Nicole Gallant Susan McNamara Alison Freeman SciFair -1st SciFair SciFair SciFair - HM SciFair - 5th PAGE 14 SHS SENIOR FINALE Brad Miller MAY JUNE 1985 Steve Sctbetta VARSITY BASEBALL (Front) Lou Modestlr)0, Craig Chaplain, Moe Doyle, Steve O ' Connell, Mike Wiseman, Dave Sheehan, Peter Frederickten, Bob Fedorowicz, Paul Bum . (Rear) Coach BOO Ashley, Todd Levine, Tom Wahl, Mike Walters, Mike McCabe, Tom O ' Neill, Bill Maloney. Michael Marcus Paul Burns Craig Chaplain Moe Doyle David Sheehan Mike Wiseman gets a timely hit. Wiseman was named Alt- Scholastic first team outfielder by the Boston Globe. Billy Maloney heads for home. Tom O ' Neiii was a worthy addition to the pitching staff. Steve Scibetta JUNIOR VARSITY: (Front) Kevin Murphy, David Cunningham, John Hubler, Rob Gianni, Steve Cook, (2nd) Steve Scibetta, Jeff Teplitz, Chris Temp, Tom Molinari, Mike Palazza. (Rear) Phil Stritmatter, Chuck McCabe, Brad Miller, Richard Doyle, Coach Dan Mark. PAGE 16 SHS SENIOR FINALE MAY JUNE 1985 CO-CAPT Dianne Blomstrom CO-CAPT Tina Galley Maura Tector GIRLS ' TENNIS: (front) Marcy Lubofsky, Clough, Katny Kelleher, Stacy Sewcyk, Oianne Patty McGowan, Maura Tector. Dianne Blomstrom, Walsh, Stacey Zelbow, Renee Somers, Suzanne Tina Galley, Lorl Arbit. (Rear) Coach Russ Aronson, Robin Kravetz, Carol Spickler. CO-CAPT Tina Galley demonstrates a back hand Junior Marcy Lubofsky in actionlll Serving up an ace is junior Kathy Kelleher. volley. MAY JUNE 1985 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 17 Bajpai uses his backhand. BOYS ' VARSITY TENNIS: (Front) Mike Polonsky, Scott Berier, Matt Gilman, Mike Shifman, Chandra Bajpai. (Rear) Coach Dave Tucker, Lance Levy, Bruce Greenberg, Dan Tratenberg, Jay Seliber, Chris Harrington. Matt Gilman with an overhead smash. Joel Koltz reaches for a high one. Brian Gerson serves. Mike Polonsky moves to the net. PAGE 18 SHS SENIOR FINALE MAY JUNE 1985 Kim Romaine Paula Klim QIRLS ' TRACK: (Front) Co-Capt. Madeline Mace, Jennifer Lanner, Jannell Barrett, Sue McNamara, Sue Malone, Sheila Jackman, Co-Capt. Paula Klim, Sue Hurley. (2nd) Amy Foster, Beth Sneider, Robin Young, Kerry Jennings, Heidi Ostroff, Capt. Kim Romaine, Monica McKinnon. (3rd) Ellen Gillis, Marie Macrogianis, Cindy Dykes, Corrine Herlihy, Rose Zadra, Linda Gropman, Chris Sewcyk, Miken Lalli, Tracey Salazar. (4th) Janine Catalano, Nancy Soares, Robin Borden, Laura Backner, Julia TIbbets, Donna Guilfoyle, Kathy Gitto, Becky Fencer. (Rear) Coach Chris Brady, Sue Raisty, Amy Pooler, Amy Barbato, Stephanie Collins, Jean Guiney, Coach Joe Dawe. Madeline Mace Sheila Jaclcman, up and over. SmmlMK Kim Romaine jumps to victory Sue Hurtey and Robin Young begin the 440. Jennifer Lanner throws the shot. Distance star Nancy Soares. MAY JUNE 1985 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 19 BOYS ' TRACK: (Front) Jon Bloom, Dave Scares, Jay Tisdale, Mike Varner, Capt. Paul Madelros, Capt. Chrlt Vellotis, Capt. Jamie Borr, Joe Masalsky, Jeff Heberling, Dennis McGowan. (2nd) Rich Snyder, Oana Busby, Dan Brian, Phil Klayman, Ed Wolfe, Scott Weiss, Kevin Harding, Mike Atkins (3rd) Brian Straughter, Andy Pearl, Alan Oppenheim, Steve Greenspoon, Mike Madan, Bob Silver stein, Eric Saperstein, Mark Gomes. (4th) Tim Devine, Jim Boushell, Rich Andrews, Chris McGovern, Mike Poshkus, Dave Skoletsky, Mike Carroll, Duke Oonoghue. (5th) Kevin Callanan, Rob Bento, Ceasar Valiente, Bill Kane, Dave Miller, Terry Buggs, Joey Barboza. (Rear) Sean Jasie, Jay Rosen berg, Joe Hughes. (Not present; Brian Lanner) Eric Saperstein and Bob Sllverstain take first and sec- ond. Steve Greenspoon and Dennis McGowan wait for the SENIORS: (Front) David Soares, Mike Varner, Paul Medeiros, Chris Veliotis, Jamie Borr, Joe 9un- Masalsky, Jeff Heberling. (2nd) Jon Bloom, Ceasar Valiente, Jay Tisdale, Dennis McGowan. (Rear) Asst. Coach Dave Barbato, Coach Don Bernier. Where ' s the mat?? Jon Bloom throws the javelin. The handoff, BartMza to Harding. SHS SENIOR FINALE MAY JUNE 1985 Girls ' Softball: (Front) Tina Doucene, Julie Freeman Dawn Young, Robin Drav. Debbie Mythen, Amy Cotter. (Rear) Chris Fogarty, Karen Holmes, Kathy Kosinski, Julie Goldman, Tracy Aguiar, coach Mike Baxter. Robin Dray waits for the ball at first base. Dawn Young works her way Julie Freeman guards the plate for the lady Belting out a hit for Stoughton is Karen Holmes takes a mighty down the first base line. Knights Tracy Aguiar. cut. on O H Co-Capt. Dawn Young. Julie Freeman Co-Capt. Robin Dray Debbie Mythen MAY JUNE 1985 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 21 Karen Holmes watches as Tina Doucette Robin Dray Dawn Young leads off with a hit. grabs a grounder. GIRLS ' JV SOFTBALL: (Front) Staph Tsinzo, Kelly Burns, Kim Holmes, Laura Long, Beth Kathy Bulger throws the runner Making the putout for Hern. (2nd) Marie Tardanico, Kathy Bulger, Shirley Straughter, Coach Peter Greer. (Rear) out. Stoughton is Beth Hem. Sue Sherman, Deanna Dowgas, Patrice Dalton, Kris Sheehan, Lisa Trebby. PAGE 22 SHS SENIOR FINALE MAY JUNE 1985 He (0lbc %ait Will i nb Etmmtni ALISON A. leaves Michelle T a 7-course dinner; Cari G a coaster; Paula K a couple of chocolate nuggets; Lisa B an arrangement she can ' t refuse; Tara D a keg of beer; Lisa V a porta-toilet in a hallway; Kim R at the Badds meeting; Diane H a leather jacket; all my friends the best of luck and all the happiness in the world. . .ANDREA M. leaves Sharyn B to Paul C; Julie F animal crackers; Chris M a muzzle; Paul C to Sharyn B; Carol P a bulkie roll; Jim T all my love. . .APRIL K leaves Feisty chopsticks, birds bathroom; Shari B 6 inches to reach a new height; Nicole M Thursday night TV; Beaker Vark and SoCo; Dingy 2 alcohol that doesn ' t make you green . . . BILLY C leaves DOH president of Sidd Finch Fan Club; Jacquie with floaties; Lori at America ' s; Rick with the sophomore girls; Capts. DOH and Gelly with all my respect; Bob 0 with a bottle of BL; Julie with the key to my heart and the promise of tomorrow. .. BOBBY F leaves Carol all my love; Frank my body; Patty my brains; Mike W Baseball Hall of Fame; SheeWolf a happier life; BCoe , a new deck of cards; Dad all my money; Mike S a life to never waste; Ma my dirty laundry ... BRIAN G LEAVES Rob L a Monday we can both like; Joel K, a normal relationship; Scott k, OJ ' s door and a real tan; Eric W the presidency and an entire week of Commons with no one yelling at him; Corey G, a heavy piece of metal; Danny F a fraternity to call his own; Okee a bar of soap on a rope; Krisy H a normal night together in Ft. Lauderdale; Jill C, her mother and a college weekend; Class of ' 85 all the luck and happiness in the world . . . CARI G leaves Tara D someone to have a drinking contest with; Kim JP happily married; Michelle Alison 17 yrs. of friendship; Lisa B together with Neil; Lisa V the yellow bomber; Paula a clean car; Steven Howie happily ever after; Nicole a successful politician; Matt 3 more years at SHS and an acceptance to Stanford. . .CAROLYN P leaves Dr. D an incentive to become a diplomat and find world peace; Yvette the 8 million , stories in the naked city we found while riding the white pony... CATHY Mc leaves Lori Mac a Saturday nite without a party; Bill John a pair of red shoes; Jacque a Prince tape that won ' t break; Julie a new tailbone; Maria one more shot at Cathy ' s party; Craig exray vision; Brain G, a new change in car color; Bad Company friendship forever . . . MAY JUNE 1985 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 23 CESAR V leaves Ms. H quiet Wednesday afternoons; Carol C, alone: boys locker room, a mirror; Tracey a friend: SHS, a velodrome: Trudy ' s friend, all the red roses in the world: Juniors, a guide book on how to be proper seniors when it ' s their turn: Jeff, an Id for his ego. . .CHARLENE S leaves brother Dan a position on the baseball and basketball teams; Tracey U, many more years of friendship; Kathy R, Michelle T, Nina G, Karen A Frannie C, memories of Chem. class: Kathie D, a lifetime membership at Shaw ' s: Jim C, forever drinking Coors and hopes of many happy memories to come. . .CHERYL P leaves Kathy D, Julie S, Lisa S, Ann D, much luck and success in the future: Stacey P lots of luck and giggles for the next four years: Tricia P, all the, fun I had at SHS and more — smile: The M jsic Dept., all the first places you can get: My family, many thanks and lots of love: Class of ' 85, best of luck always... CHRIS K leaves Kim B a breakfast of Republicans and donuts: Krystle, a trip to Boston and loads of fun at Papa ' s: Val W, a place to stay for The Game : Bob S a date with Olive in a public place; Mr. H, a Day After Doll: James B, some decent taste in anything: Nancy P, someone else to yell at: Joe M, a David Bowie love doll... CHRIS 0 leaves Little Vic two more winning(?) seasons: HB, all my love and caring: Mr. K, a frozen Minnesota winter: College Boy, a clinic in So. Cal.; The Girls, more time with Nance: Scott, 12 long years and a great friend; SHS, a farewell. . .CHRIS V leaves Lesia D, my Spanish homework: Eric S, captain of x-c, indoor and spring track: Bob S, a normal relationship with Kelli: Brian L, some leadership for track; Scott W, someone to give him rides to work: Steve G, t pt 1000 rolls to get revenge: Joe M, the music collection from Red Speedwagon: Mark V, a friend for life... CRAIG C leaves Lori MacDoh some Twinkies: John D, a new hooter: Billy C, a lovely ' sac-a-patatas ' : Julie E, an entire cheerleading squad: Jacquie C, a welterweight bout with Marvelous Marvin: Paul B, a batting average: Maria Pinto, a red convertible Porsche: to all the men, a suitcase from the Rockies each: to all the women, a magnum of red each . . . DANYELA R leaves Danny a one-way ticket to America: Tracey U, my friendship always and a big thanks for always being there; Helen S, her Hebrew diploma, a pb j sandwich: Locker D-624 to anyone who can uphold its image; Lisa S, a " how-to " book on friendship: Tina S, hope that some day she will see the light: Amos F, individuality: Herb S, the remainder of his part-time friendship. . .DAVID S leaves a lasting friendship with Michael PAGE 24 the " wise guy " ; Murph Freddy Denis Stack good times; Mom Dad love and some answers; Bill his clothes; Kristin her nrlv rv Class of ' 85 happy memories; Swartzy a pack of Wrigley ' s; Michael my little black book DAWN Y leaves Lesly D revenge; NANCY P ON Rte 128 to the Mass. Turnpike; Dr. H sandals; Zis, jumping up and down; Finally I leave ... DEBBIE B leaves a year ' s supply of Cannollis to Gorm; Mr. M " 5 points " ; My buddy •Ria a great senior year; Mr. C, a homeroom that " pledges allegiance " ; All teachers a break before my brothers hit SHS; Dave S, the PTS 1200; B-hr. physiology juniors my cat; Mr. 1, a new computer; some lucky junior my locker ... DEBBIE H leaves Tina G a night at th boxing matches; Kim M a bed to herself; Michelle T happily married to Oscar Meyer; Kim ti, a dirty old man ' s nephew and a ride in a black jeep we ' ll never forget; Nicole M a welding kit; Denise R a cab that makes pit stops; Lee, Larry David a bench in a different hotel; The Bermuda Girls a clock so they can tell " What Time Is It? . . . DEE-DEE B leaves Karen O all the best Chinese food, a GB and an arm to hold onto when she helps people walk to Italy; Pammie SHS SENIOR FINALE MAY JUNE 1985 D a gray Monte Carlo; Kathy C a scratch while I ' m gone and some nails; Chrissie D a honeymoon with Robert; The girls of 244 a wild tip back to Ft. Lauderdale to see Mario and New York; Buster and Beaker a bowl of cherries; Susan F, a night out in the duster with the earring boy; Eddie, my love and a melted snowball ... DIE B leaves Bud an everlasting friendship; Pena, a partner in battle, 3 31 85; Paul B, thanks for the ice skating lesson; Patty M, a tube of T for her hemis; Brain, a short glimpse at the front of my sneakers; Robert, eating the dust ; Stubbie . . . Stubbie 1 I ; Denise, Evelyn Booga . . . FEISTY leaves Lirpa sunglasses, health insurance and plane tickets; Burkey, a hall and oats drink; Beaker, a new car; Gorm, April; Nicole M, second place; Janice, good axles; KC a chef ' s hat. . .FRANCHISE leaves KB my friendship always; SD, all my love; The California Girls, good memories; EH, Scottie(2); The gang, my thanks; Josaba fuzzy dice; HS, a gag squirt gun... GEL leaves Wahl and Muzz control over the guys and all the luck in the world; Mike S, a certain pair of legs; football cheerleaders, a dozen roses; Bob, Fred, Bill, Doh, and Tom, an ice cold Bud. . . MAY JUNE 1985 GEORGIA Z leaves Dawn Y a permanent spot on my driveway: Lesly D a shopping mall: Nancy P, a Jax bag: Val W, all the pink and burgundy in the world: Tricia P, Fergie: Okey , a few red lights: and, finally I leave... HERB 5 leaves Mike S a gold lame blazer: Tina a cavity to fill Alex Jeff: Skip " Doublechew " gum, a 12-hour day: Liza chicken cutlets notebook paper: Brandy acting lessons: Synneve more hours in a day (good luck! ) . . . JACQUE leaves Julie 6 Bill a new pair of sunglasses: Lori Mac a jar of vaseline: John a dohburger a frisbee: Cathy a map to life: Ria an American bathroom: Craig a Rhonda MacDonald doll: Bad Co. love and friendship SHS SENIOR FINALE forever .. .JAMES B leaves Bill K a gold-plated shot put: Joe M another 26 rolls of t p: Mr. B, healthy weightmen: Mr. Cid a DNA molecule; Mrs. K a Snoopy sticker: Nancy P, a box of Roxie ' s popcorn: Karen L and Sharyn B, a box of new pens... JANET M leaves Al and Weezie a broken screen: Kimba still at 2%: Jojo a 3 a.m. ride with a runny nose: L ' il brother Tom, much luck in high school: Krissy the best friend I could hope for: Mom and Dad all my love and thanks: Class of ' 85 lots of luck in the future: Paula a cookie (chewed): The Girls Ft. Lauderdale it ' ll never be the same . . . JEAN B leaves Jill F my locker combination: Diane W m y old notebooks: Marcy L, my art pencils. . .JEFF S leaves Michael a special friendship: Mom and Dad only one more headache: David all the attention: Debbie a nursery school: Cher „ a good show: Kim, a rump: Paula alone on prom night: Nancy with nothing: LV a junior high romance: Murphy and Freddy good times from the South School... PAGE 25 JEFF H leaves Jay and Scott a little wild town called Boston: Eric tidbits: Julie a whip and hipboots: Bob, inferiority complex: Laura best of luck... JENNIFER B leaves the 244 girls a trip back and phone call: Taba, a private beach and a new Walkman: April K, a get-well card: Laura F chopsticks: Tara a math talk JODY S leaves Tracy lots of fun and luck Sr. year in G-Hour: Kitty my locker combination and more great times with the " 4 " : Michele my baton and the laugh: Kelly, great times and long talks: Miss 0 more patience for the yrs to come... JOE M leaves Steve G, 24 rolls of t p: Jamie B, some taste in music: Bob S a good shrink: Chris K a date with the glamour girl: Chris V tailpipe burn lotion: Eric S, Gore-Tex pajamas: Jay R a weekend with his double: Scott W rides home from track: Davy S a lif e. . , JOHN D leaves Rick, all the soph girls: Bob 0, a bottle of BL; Muzz, Johnny T McGov better luck next year: Lori, all the good times and the great times to come: Bill 47.57: Gel a secret plan: Tom, at Uncle Rolf s. . . I PAGE 26 SHS SENIOR FINALE MAY JUNE 1985 JON B leaves Brian L someone to hold his starting blocks; Dr. H some intellectual baggage; Kerry J, the " blame " for losing to Foxboro; Alyson B, three more years and better luck; Amy P a Boston accent; Danny H, an invitation to Gettysburg; Jamie P, the kingdom of Zimbabwe and a " Vibrasmash " .. .JULIE F leaves Quie numb teeth and a special friendship; Lori your boyfriend back; CAthy lost; Ria one Mc-toilet;; the guys a special spot at the Spa; all the girls memories of a once-special friendship; Billy my always and forever; Carol, dry clothes. . .JULIE S leaves Lisa a thousand more years of friendship; Ann, coughdrops for the plane ride home; Kappa a bunch of scams; Karen 4 fun-filled years at SHS ... KAREN G leaves Teresa J a Camaro full of puppies a fuzzbuster; Patty G, nice pants; Leah a mail truck; Michelle G some bad habits and bags of food; Steven G a midnight blue Vette. . .KAREN 0 leaves Doo a bunch of nice Italians and a GB; April a full week of school; Pammie gray Monte Carlo; Coach a can of Solarcaine; Buster a pocket of Sanol; Beaker Mario; Nicole six years of an excellent friendship; Berger her own tanarama; Room 244 a week to remember . . KATEY M leaves Nicole M with six years of friendship and a visit; Janet M a place to get away and an ear any time; all my friends a hope for success and happiness; my mother love and thanks ... KATHY C leaves Timmy all my love; Dee-Dee a trip to Italy; Tricia and Sheri Coach Lane; Pam, the pole on Plain Drive; Karen a screwdriver; Kathy R and Sheri a box of milk duds; Room 244 a trip back KATHY R leaves Mark all my love; Sandy a beach; Sheri and Kathy milk duds; Frannie a curb; Kim, a curtain that stays; DeeDee , a trip to New York; The girls in Chem an A... KEN S leaves Mr. McC a hammer and sickle; Joe M, 26 rolls of t p; Mr. C a trash compactor; Joe M an AK-47; Mr. Ch, a command of the USS Excelsior; Mr. B a hamstring . . . KERRY B leaves Kriss H a cell of her own; Tara D, a case of Coors; Dianne H, a leather jacket; Joel T a clear record; Lisa B, the knockwurst and Allison the same; Heidi G, big blue eyes; Class of ' 65 all the luck in the world; Lisa V, paranoia ... KIM B leaves Kelli her own locker; Mike S a Phoenix; Jill " manhunt " memories; Tricia a TAB at her locker; Franchise 15 extra minutes and friendship; The Girls bail money for the Guys; Bonnie homeroom gossip; Die a crown poker... KIM ,H leaves Nicole a tapdance; Denise a taximan and ome trash; Michelle some bacon on a horse; Michael a free package of 100% milanos; Debbi " Mr. F " ; Kim, anyone not named Bobby; Laura a crushproof car; Jeanie a loba in a jeep. . .KRISSY H leaves Janet incognito with a flaming wart; Lisa V a molesta; Tara, swollen in fort; Yodel a chocolate drop; ;Lisa B, " hot lavender " ; Diane found on the beach; Pam, " skin " and rice; Alison Kentucky fried; Kim, " back off Jackson " . . . MAY JUNE 1985 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 27 LEAH F leaves Teresa a new chair; Michele a boyfriend with some bad habits; Patty someone she can get serious with; Karen the driver; Clare an easier job; Ingrid a car that starts; Tom my eternal friendship; Bill all my love...LESLY D leaves Nancy P Vic ' s toilet and pennies for gas; Georgia Z, a book and a dark basement; Dawn Y a new pair of sweatpants and negatives; Okey a street sign; Val an atlas; and finally I leave. . .LINDA B leaves Debs Z an ant-free locker memories of Pizza Hut lots of laughter; Jeanne T, megga momma candy-gum mints; The early morning crowd a balanced chair; Kris D a second run bus; Pam R a safe bus driver .. .LISA B leaves Tara D at a country store with Apple Ralph; Kerry B, the knockwurst and I will make the same; Nike M a Liza with a Z not Lisa w an S; Kim R, a scene wherever we go; Alison A all the tun, sun and trouble (111) down Cape Cod; Lisa V, Which one? Both; Michelle 1, at Sack Cinema with Dan the Man; Paula, a football player in the Combat Zone; My friends all the happiness in the world. . . LISA K leaves Elena 3 years memories of Fla with the Leeds and RH forever; Shelly the best of times; Clemma memories of PPP; The Zimbabweans roadieless; Rich W a tearful East Coast; Candy D J, thanks for being there... LISA M leaves Mr. I all her computer science programs; sister Linda her wonderful locker; Susie all her books she never used; Mr. M all her homework assignments. . .LISA V leaves Tara D a cold night in a Dodge Dart; Paula a foursome in Chicago; Lisa B a Haitian room with a pink clip; Krissy behind closed doors in Ft. Lauderdale; Nicole a forbidden staircase; Jeff many warm but boring nights in December; Joel T, the best of luck; Kerry, paranoia to the fullest; Class of ' 85 all the happiness in the world... LORI MAC leaves John Bill a lasting love affair; Jacquie, a quick way to ' get out of town ' ; Cathy a way home; Julie a TP Pickerouter; Maria Craig privacy; Bill White socks and a fishnet sweater; John a promising future together; Paul a mop to swab the decks; Bad Company friendship forever .. .BIG LOU leaves Mr. B and Mr. F my football cleats helmet shoulder pads baseball love weight set Irish albums and most of alll my respect and good memories of SHS... MADELINE M leaves Patty F a wild and crazy guy; Nina G a small car that runs; Paula F, a box of tissues and doodads; Baby Wilma, Nugents credit card; Jean Bean B, many unembarrassing moments; the gymnastics team reliable equipment and a permanent coach; The Class of ' 85 happiness always f orever ... MARIA P leaves Qui a high speed chase; Julie an " OT But Weet " ; Cathy a lost and found booth; Lori some vaseline; the guys, " guys night out " ; Craig, a lifetime supply of funky shirts and many happy memories; Paul seasick; PAGE 28 SHS SENIOR FINALE MAY JUNE 1985 Bad Company buddies forever .. .NARJ S leaves the clubhouse memories past present and future; the Hams a future; Paula a lack of over-sensitivity; The Franciosos someone to do the wash; Rob L, a society where nobody touches his glasses; Julie E a joint law practice; Tina S usefulness; Chris a date in Italy; Mary a " cool " artist who laughs with her... MARY D leaves Bad Co. four free passes to WOMEN ' S world; Jacqwee diet dog treats; John D, sympathy; Ester a goal post; Joszaba a " slime green " bandana; Kim, a ticket back to LA for dinner at Pizza Hut; the California girls lots of fun, memories and luck; her special buddy a teddy and hope for her dreams to come true... MAURA C leaves Erin C Steve T ' s eyebrows a brown paperbag of spaghetti for the flower children and a bellhop. . .MAURICE D leaves Katy love and memories; Bob, a sweater; Eric the name Taco; Al a shooting touch; Dave the cruise route; Kate a spot at memorial field; Rick the hall song; the next second baseman a barrel; friendS all my luck. . . MICHAEL W leaves Tommy Todd Tommy great seasons; Tinzy a 11:30 curfew; Murph Fredy Stack a lot of good times; Tina Kim H open arms always; Coach A thanks and good luck; Joanne a future; Jeff, a friend forever; Bobby F, a good shot; Georgia Lisa Dawn my academic prose. . .MICHELLE G leaves Lisa K all my love and that one blue-eved male; Sue G, the big city; Rob G, 4 good years ahead; Candy F, senior year; D J all our good times together; Zimbabwe the big toe; Michelle C, good times; Peter F, special times together . . . NANCY E leaves SB an illegal alien and a black eye; Kim B, a muffler and sarcasm; Frannie C, jumbo straws; The California Girls memories of a great trip and good times; Jackie all my love; Carlene artwork. . .NANCY M leaves Lesia D lots of PM ' s and AM ' s soccer games and an everlasting friendship; Pam and Mary memories from soccer; Mom and Dad all my love and thanks; Barbie C, lots of luck with Joe... NANCY P leaves Chris a happy Julio; Lesly a date to the prom; Ziz, me forever; DK the Toronto Maplelaughs Mike a pro contract; Chris K, a playpen; Tricia Sam; Denis a B ' day cake; finally I leave... NICOLE M leaves Karen and Katey to great years of friendship; Ann C, a continuous friendship; little Dee, 3 more grueling years; Lisa V a Florida sticker; Michelle T an implication; Paula K everlasting X contest; Tara D, an ice cold one; April r. ' -.ezl ' f-T " store; family and friendS love and happiness. . .NINA G leaves Madeline M the man of her dreams; Michelle T, that certain person; My brother a new way to dress; Mom and Dad all my love; Mr. Tuckr a visit to Greece; Mr. Tapr a big hug; Mr. Chmb a lot of thanks... MAY JUNE 1985 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 29 PAM D leaves John O all my love and special memories; Dot on the bathroom floor: April health insurance; Karen Mr. Microphone; Richie 3 more successful years at SHS; Kathy C, lee nails and aggravation. . .PATTY G leaves Teresa a normal job or a guy with one: Karen 10 seconds in the morning to tie her sneakers; Leah her freedom: Michele winter forever: Jimmy F a nice girl: my brother a magazine; Maria all our leftovers; Paul V a finisher: Jimmy P, Danny L, Scott and Joe something new and exciting to do... PAUL M leaves Eric S his Adidas training shoes: Scott W his racing shoes: Joe M his $10 gift certificate for Mur-Macs: Mike V, a free visit to Mr. Oz; Ricky M a date with a senior girl; Diane k, his Mustang; April K a night out with a Stoughton boy; David S a Spanish dictionary: My sister successful 4 years of high school. . .PAULA K leaves Tara in West Yarmouth and a semi-used Bonzo blanket: Alison lost down the Cape wth a rose; Jeff alone on Prom night: Joe Brady lonely without us; The Trackies a pitcher of grape juice after Shaon; Kim, on the sidewalk on Bento with Jim B; Brian a victory over David C;; Weezie almost a dozen; Lisa V a night in Chicago. . . RICK M leaves Doh a fire extinguisher: Paul a top secret plan: Bob, a bottle of BL; Bill a new Pinto: Girls of ' 87 a great friendship; Kerry J, an eraser; Sue Mac my watch: Tom, the same thing Bill left him: Bob Paul the Stoughton three . . . ROB L leaves Brian a striped suit and all my scientific and mathematical knowledge; Scott my jewelry; Joel, my car since he doesn ' t have one: Erik my car (you and Joel can fight for it): Richard a toupee: I leave my driving ability to no one ... SANDRA M leaves all her love to Jimmy; all my friends all my good times: Fran C, all my secrets; Heidi G all my good grades; Kim, Coleen Alinka and Johnny my car and all the good times in it: Michael H, my car keys so that he won ' t have a chance to lose them again. . .SHARYN B leaves Paul C all my love and a later curfew; Crhis H, Andrea ' s driveway: Andwea M a new hairdryer: Julie F, a whopper without tomatoes. . .SHERI B leaves Fred all my love: KC and KB, a box of milk duds: Tricia a beach; Room 244 a trip back and a screwdriver; Donna good memories; Julie four successful years a t SHS ... SUSAN K leaves sister Lisa four great years of high school: Stacey Z, a fun-filled senior year; Mr. C, many thanks: The Jazz Band 7 a.m. rehearsals; Rob L and Brian G, a 12-year friendship; Suey , Jen, and Deb memories of good times; Paul G, a football strategy; Jen B a car that always starts; Stacey B, a piano solo in jazz band... SHELL C leaves Debbie some rubber gloves; Patty chocolate covered Kermits; Synneve a hug; Peter my love and some fish; Tommy the store; The drum section some great times; Tony a fat lip; B A... PAGE 30 TARA D leaves Paula in West Yarmouth street signs; Lisa V involved; Lisa B, in a country store with Apple-Ralph; Lisa B, Alison A; Kimbs a decision; Jennifer our long talks; Mac white sneakers; Cindy ' 59; My friends all the luck in the world. . .TERESA J leaves Leah " the chair " for her enjoyment; Karen a dime to save her the walk; Patty rubber shoes; Michele good times; Chris a truckload of mags; Cari patience " You ' ll get there " ; Andy a short chain; Steven a sleazy woman... TINA G leaves the Bermuda clan one last drink at Robin Hood ' s all the hearts they broke and a watch; Boe , all the good times and fights over the years; Tar a, a silver platter; Patty the schmegie wagon; Denise and Kim, many awesome talks about V ' s; the 85-86 swim team many pencils to remember me by. . . SHS SENIOR FINALE TINA K leaves Fuzzie Steve S, Spikes and the front row; Victor her own A-Team; Daphne the purple cart; Theresa Chris R in his tights; Terry the male population; Asha the green C-hr. table; Kat another year with the prince; Prince a pint of A-f blood painless lancets the edge on the blood market and Stupid the cat... TOM D leaves Bubba cash receipts for all the money she owes me; Bill all the leaf springs he may need; JD , a fire extinguisher; Bob 0 a case of Bud; Gel-man a new corner to stand in; Fred " 16 will get you 20 " ; Moe L, my headaches; The crew keys to 47 Uncle Rolf RD; SHS I just leave. . .TRACEY U leaves Neil love and many thanks for a wonderful 1-1 2 years; Danyela with much regret I ' ll miss you I I Charlene her own way to school next year; Elena the le-team; Lisa G more than enough lunches; Amos the Prince ticket he couldn ' t afford; Lisa S, all her games; Tina trying to live her own life; Herb the remainder of his part-time friendship. . . TRICIA B leaves Beaker orange juice and friendship; Room 244, a trip back; Laura, toilet paper; Sheri full day in school; Jill newest gup; Janice, ride to school; Richard neighbor for life; Kim, phone for her locker ... TRICIA P leaves Georgia Z " Tavie " ; Nancy P an insult; Lesly D, MAY JUNE 1985 millions of shoes; Val W, new socks; Dawn Y, one-way ticket to Canada; Sharyn G, " Terry " ; Judy and Bo, the " Chevy " ; Ma and Dad love and thanks. . . VALERIE W leaves Monica M half of her crown; Amy C, the other half; Anthony S, E-Hour. . . AMOS F leaves Tina Herb, and Lisa all the solutions to the games people play; Stacey L, my gray sweater with the tomato stain on the back; Marian, anything Godiva and my friendship; Tracy and Danyella, my Prince concert ticket and money and jewels for Florida. . .ELENA S leaves Lisa K 3 years and more to come, another trip to Fla. with the keeds; The woman, FDS, cupcake, and El all my love and appreciation; Tray a car that goes in reverse and some Conn, boys; Danyela, a pb j sandwich, a new disease; and to both, a treasured friendship that will last forever. . MAY JUNE 1985 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 31 Mike Carroll ' 87 Secretary Peter Recupero ' 88 President Richard Ooyle ' 87 Treasurer Joe Baeta ' 88 Vice-President INKLINGS (LITERARY MAGAZINE STAFF: (Front) Marie Macrogianis, Laura Colaninno, Amy Barbato, Daniel McKinnon. (2nd) Corinne Herllhy, Cynthia Dykes, Doug Weiler, Cathy Mootos, Mias Kathryn Penardi (advisor). (Rear) Mike Poshkus, Chris Fogarty, Noreen Tierney, Amy Tarpey. (Not present: Synneve Carlino, Kelli Benson, Amy Fos- ter, Alan Yarmaloff, Robin Young, Kerry Jennings.) Sue Coughlin and Dianne Walsh (and " Sandy " ) from the SHS musical " Annie. " Leeann Murray ' 88 Secretary Ronna Sadow ' 88 Treasurer Jerry Cohen and Louie Poillucci, members of the winning SHS chess team. Dinner began the evening ' s festivities. Howie Gorman, Tara Donnelly, David Ellertson. Kim Benson, Jeff A fiappy couple: Joan IvaMi and Swartz, Andrea Barlow, Paul Gelly, and Nicole Murphy, head the march Chris Gill, to choose a prom queen. SENIOR RECEPTION COPLEY PLAZA MAY 3, 1985 The girls abandon their dates to strut their stuff. Anissa Jones in the middle of the dancing action. MAY JUNE 1985 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 33 Mr. Weiner hands Karen O ' Brien her rose as Mark Seeley looks The " love train " winds its way around the Copley Plaza ballroom, on. The balcony holds a certain attraction for the Romeos and Juliets of SHS. Brian Lanner and Paula Klim are on the right track! J.P. Maloney, Kim Romaine and a couple of stowaways(?) A group of happy seniors makes their way to the dance floor, make their grand entrance. ( MAY JUNE 1985 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 35 Chri VtlioM playa Spidtrmanl Paddling IIKa landlubbara, the orange-and-black buccaneers were swamped by their foes. PAGE 38 SHS SENIOR FINALE MAY JUNE 1985 Commencement Awards Class of 1985 Acme Boot Co., Inc. (Corcoran Plant) Scholarship David Soares Arthur L. Donovan Scholarship Kimberly Betts Bob ' s Foodmart of Stoughton Scholarships (2) Jennifer Baxter and Cari Gilman Brookfield Engineering Laboratories Scholarship Brian Gerson Carol Stone Switzer Memorial Scholarship Susan Kardon Charles C. Tucker Memorial Scholarships (5) Paul Gelly Eric Fernandez Nicole Murphy Cheryl Piselli and Robert Fedorowicz Charles Tucker Athletic Scholarship Maurice Doyle Class of 1959 Memorial Scholarship Katherine McShea Cynthia A. Walsh Scholarship Charlene Still David A. Lourie Lodge, Knights of Pythias Hyman S. Kramer Memorial Scholarship Jill Carlson David Weeks Memorial Scholarship John Doherty Donna DiStefano Memorial Scholarship Paula Klim Dr. Appleton C. Woodward Memorial Scholarship Debra Barbato Dr. Charles H. Gray Memorial Scholarship Karen Licciardi E. LeRoy Clark Memorial Scholarship Karen Licciardi Edward L. Parent Memorial Scholarship Peter Fredericksen Edwin A. Jones Prizes (2) Brian Gerson and Karen Licciardi Fred Sarah Lipsky Achievement Scholarships (2) Manuela Rodrigues and Lori MacDonald Frederick Conley Memorial Scholarship AM Vets Post 1977 Mark Napierkowski Fred C. Phillips Memorial Scholarship James Borr Gibbons School PTA Scholarship Joseph Masalsky Harry N. Landman Memorial Scholarships (2) donated by Wi iitau jewelers of Stoughton, MA Robert Levine and Jeffrey Swartz Heath Consultants Scholarship in Memory of Milton W. Heath, Senior Joseph Masalsky James Edelstein Memorial Scholarship Carlene Lighty John L. Donnelly Memorial Scholarship Dennis McGowan Joseph DeVito Memorial Scholarship Kathleen Doyle K. OF C. Lt. Kenneth Donahue Memorial Scholarship Peter Fredericksen Kenneth C. Fine Memorial Scholarship Valerie Ward League of Women Voters of Stoughton Scholarship Kimberly Betts Lodge Alessandro Volta No. 1712, Sons of Italy Italian-American Civic Educational Assn. Scholarship Nancy Palaza Massachusetts Catholic Woman ' s Guild Stoughton Branch Scholarship William Coe Michael Romanuk VFW Post No. 1645 Scholarships Dianne Blomstrom Tara Donnelly Thomas Donnelly David Duross Pamala Francioso Patricia Francioso Paula Francioso Sandra Murphy Denise Ralston Michael Varner Mrs. Brenda Harrington English Scholarship Tina Scioletti Mr. Mrs. Ottavio Galasso, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Elinor Havlin Nora Elmer H. Southworth History Scholarship Mary Serradas Portuguese National Club of Stoughton Scholarship Paula Almeida Randolph Savings Bank Scholarship Frank Cohen Roxie ' s Market Award Paul Tokarz Save Our Stoughton Scholarship Susan Kardon Shalit Family Mathematics Scholarship Jeanne Teed Shawmut Mills Division of R.H. Wyner Associates Inc. Scholarship Manuela Rodrigues Shaw ' s Market Scholarship None given this year to Stoughton High School graduate. Simeone Stone Corporation Scholarship Dawn Young Sinai Jaycee Scholarship Madeline Mace Stoughton Art Association Scholarship James Connor Stoughton Assn. for Exceptional Citizens Scholarship Kathleen Cocchi Stoughton Boosters Club Scholarships (2) Dianne Blomstron and Peter Fredericksen Stoughton Chamer of Commerce - James A. Kell Samuel Eager Memorial Scholarships (2) Clare Currie and Ann Chamberlin Stoughton Chapter National Honor Society Awards (2) John Paige and Joanne Aylward MAY JUNE 1985 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 39 Stoughton Chronicle Scholarship Susan Kardon Stoughton Fair Housing Human Rights Assn. Scholarship Gary Younger Stoughton High School Music Scholarships (2) Cheryl Piselli and Anthony DiLorenzo Stoughton High School Student Council Scholarships (2) Tara Donnelly and Thomas Donnelly Stoughton High School Thespian Scholarships (2) Herbert Stickler and Michelle Clem Stoughton Historical Society - John E. Flynn Mem. Award Debra Barbato Stoughton Jaycees Scholarship Louis Modestino Stoughton Lions Club Scholarships (2) Maurice Doyle and Kathleen Ripley Stoughton Little League Scholarships in Memory of David Catalano and Paul Pushee (2) Mark Vinocoor and jon Avedissian Stoughton Lodge No. 72, I.O.O.F. Scholarship Georgia Zisimopoulos Stoughton Lodge No. 150, Knights of Pythias Myron E. Garber Award Lesly Dino Stoughton Minerva Lodge, Daughters of Italy Scholarship Tina Scioletti Stoughton P.T.A. Scholarship Christopher Kelley Stoughton Public Works Employees Assn. Scholarship Richard Bornstein Stoughton Rotary Club Scholarship Maria Pinto Stoughton School Secretaries Clerks Assn. Scholarship Manuela Rodrigues Stoughton Teachers Assoc. Scholarships (4) Frank Cohen Valerie Ward David Scares Dawn Young Stoughton Woman ' s Club Scholarships (2) Sharyn Botsch and Julie Andrews Stoughton Youth Athletic Club Scholarship in Memory of Mr. Robert Klim Carol Pedro Thomas J. Herron Memorial Scholarship Christopher O ' Connor Tracy R. Madan Memorial Scholarship Neil Baker Village Mall Merchants Assoc. Scholarship Carla Bailey William A. McNamara Scholarship Carolyn Pina William R. Perdigao Memorial Scholarship Kathleen Ripley Stoughton High School Scholarship Fund Awards Richard Bornstein Valerie Ward Brian Gerson Susan Kardon Christopher Kelley Kimberly Benson Nancy Palaza Jill Carlson Sharyn Botsch Frank Cohen Class Night Awards June 5, 1985 Bausch Lomb Science Award Brian Gerson Stoughton High School Achievement Medals D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award Dawn Young Art James Connor Robert Ferrara Memorial Award Anthony DiLorenzo Business Education Christine Romanelli _ „ , . ... , Dramatics Michelle Clem Dry Pond Association Award Robert Barbell Christopher Kelley Henry W. Wilson Memorial Award Paul Coughlin Foreign Language Ramona Grabski National Merit Scholarship Program Awards: W " " " ' Economics Joanne Aylward c- ,• . , , Industrial Arts Paul Coughlin Finalists Frank Cohen , , , , ■ a lu r i „, . , ,, Instrumental Music Anthony DiLorenzo Christopher Kelley journalism Elinor Havlin Letters of Commendation Debra Barbato Mathematics Dawn Young Brian Gerson Physical Education (Boys) Paul Burns, Jr. Karen Licciardi Physical Education (Girls) Charlene Still Joseph Masalsky Science Dawn Young Mark Napierkowski Social Studies Dennis McGowan Denis Palermo Technical Drawing Michael Merola Herbert Stickler Vocal Music Cheryl PiseUi Jeanne Teed National Scholar Athlete Award (Sponsored by the U.S. Army Reserve) Dianne Blomstrom and Peter Fredericksen PAGE 40 SHS SENIOR FINALE MAY JUNE 1985 ESHS KniGHT MAY JUNE 1985 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 41 On the platlorm: Brian Gerson, honor address; Nicole Murphy, secretary; Jeff Swartz, treasurer; Kim Benson, vice-president; Tara Donnelly, president; Dr. John Murray, superintendent of schools. Kim Benson and Nicole Murphy, together with the other officers, present Miss Herrera with a gift from the class. Mr. Anthony Sarno, principal, presents achievement medals. Brian Gerson, delivers honor address. As Class Night Processional winds to a close, the Class of 1985 waits for the start of the evening ' s proceedings. PAGE 42 SHS SENIOR FINALE MAY JUNE 1985 Tara Donnelly President Karen LiccardI Valedictorian Tom Donnelly President, StuC " I can ' t believe I made it! " exults Pat Jay. " Alive with ' 85 " is demonstrated by Karen O ' Brien. New members of the SHS Alumni Association are Joel Dr. John Murray, superintendent, presents her diploma to Dianne Blomstrom. Mrs. Joanne Blom- Koltz, Paula Klim, Steven Kerman, April-Marie Strom, Chair. School Committee, and Principal Anthony Sarno look on. Kendrigan. MAY JUNE 1985 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 43 A " gleesome threesome: " Chris O ' Connor, Jamie Borr, Jon Bloom. Once again, the Class of ' 85 rises to the occasloni Marshalls from the Class of 1986 lead the seniors out for their last time together. Dr. Murray, Mr. John Oacey (School Committee), and Mr. Sarno cluster around Wendy Callahan as she receives her diploma. Leslie Trocki makes a last minute adjustment to Maura Tector ' s cap. Au revoir, auf wiedersehen, a bientot, hasta la vista, Shalom, ciao, adios, and so longlll PAGE 44 SHS SENIOR FINALE MAY JUNE 1985 Best Wishes to the Class of ' 85 from the Business Education Dept. Good Luck Seniors Susy Creamcheese and Joe Studdly STUDENT COUNCIL SALUTES Ms. Lori Pinkham Tom Donnelly and all the Officers and Reps of the Class of ' 85 Congratulations to the Entire Class of 1 985 From the Officers, Directors and Employees of the STOVGHTON CO-OPERATIVE BANK 20 Park Street, Stoughton, MA 02072 " YOUR HOME TOWN BANK ' ' The English Department Congratulates the Class of 1985 BEST WISHES from Blackwell Studios Your official photographer TRACK STOUGHTONXK BOOSTE CLUB BASKITRAU MAY JUNE 1985 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 45 Compliments of GREAT SCOTT KENNELS 1 975 Washington St. Stoughton Best of Luck from the Drill Team and Majorettes Goodbye Seniors . . . We 7 never forget you in the Chorus Jazz Choir Band Show Choir Stagehand Musicals Music Education Dept. Congratulations Seniors from the Class of ' 87 Good Luck ♦85! We ' re getting there! Class of 1988 Good Luck to the Class of ' 85 from the Class of 1986 PAGE 46 SHS SENIOR FINALE MAY JUNE 1985 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF ' 85 UNDA ' S BUS SERVICE Greetings to the entire Class of ' 85 ★ BARMAN TIRE AUTO REPAIR 550 WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON Class of 1985 Congratulations and Best Wishes Mr. L Mrs. Edward W. Sheehan Compliments of ALPHA CHEMICAL SERVICES, INC. P.O. BOX 431 STOUGHTON, MASS. 02072 The Class of 1985 Salutes . . . The Class Officers • The Executive Committee • The Year Book Staff • The Thespians • The Musicians • The Cheerleaders • The Drill Team • The Majorettes • The Scholars • The Athletes • And Everyone Else . . . Good Luck The Class of 1985 expresses its deep appreciation to Ms. Maureen Herrera for her Outstanding and Understanding Guidance GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1985 FROM THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MAY JUNE 1985 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 47 Randolph Savings Bank ' Greetings to the Entire Class of ' 85 " Dino Buick 346 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. 02072 TIRES ALIGNMENTS SERVICE WORK MASS INSPECTION STATION • Windsor Tire Co., Inc. 500 WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. 02072 344-9909 - 344-8333 FINE JEWELRY up to 70% below retail SOLID GOLD Papa Gino ' s Route 27 Market Place Stoughton, MA Dedham, MA (617) 341-1628 (617) 329-4077 PRIVATE LESSONS • DUAL CONTROL • PICK-UP SERVICE STOUGHTON AUTO SCHOOL COMPLETE DRIVER EDUCATION COURSES NORMAN NELSON 11 FREEMAN STREET STOUGHTON, MA 02072 344-8467 Compliments of a Friend Congratulations JODY from the SALAZAR FAMILY ' ' Break a Leg ' ' SHS DRAMATICS Salutes The Class of 1985 We Care . . . WYMAN JEWELERS INC. 344-5000 PAGE 48 SHS SENIOR FINALE MAY JUNE 1985 What ' s In A WE HAVE A Andrews Bailey Baker Barbell Berg Berger Berry Betts Bloom Borr Burns Cannon Carpenter Chaplain Cole Cook Cross Curtis Davis DiCastro Dino Dupont Fox Freeman Galley Germain Gold Green Handel Hayes Hickey Howe Ireland Jay Kane Lee Locke Love McDonald Mace MacNeil Marshall Miller Murphy Myers BUT NO Sisters Leaves Bread Weights Ice Rolls Fruit Gambling Flower Hog Cuts Guns Plumber Priest Lighter fluid Chef Prayers Compact Sammy DiOil BamBam Silverstone Bears Prisoner Poopdeck Polish Bonds Stamps Pot Horses Neck Why England Sparrow Candy La Key Respect McNuggets (bugger t lacStand Sheriff Bud Laws Oscar WE HAVE A BUT NO WE HAVE A BUT NO Newman Oldman Shaw Stop Shop Owens Payens Silver Spoons Paige Book Soares Flies Palaza South Shore Spears Arrows Pinto (Mercedes Still Alcohol Taylor Cobbler Stewart Jimmy Tripp Fall Waters Rain Unda Over Weiler Grapes Vary Change Young Old Rivers Pond Ward Prison Romaine Iceberg Wiseman Bethlehem


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