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

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PUBLIC LIBRARY SHS KWIGHT 0207? VOLUME 33 NUMBER 10 SHS SENIOR FINALE JUNE 1986 PAGE 2 SHS SENIOR FINALE JUNE 1986 1 4 FEMALE Whitney Houston Stevie Nicks Madonna Nancy Wilson Fat Benatar PASTIME Par ty i ng SI eepi ng Hanging out with -friends Eat i ng Cruising around RADIO STATIONS KISS- 108 WAAF WZOU WHTT WHJY MOVIE Back to the Future Breakfast Club Jagged Edge Pretty in Pink Down and Out in Bever 1 y Hills GROUP U 2 Boston Huey Lewis and the News Journey Heart CAR 1 Food Pi zza Chi nese I tal i an Lobster Ice Cream SONG Greatest Love o-f All Ki =s Home Sweet Home Li ve to Tel 1 Addicted to Love Rockin ' in the USA Life ' s Been Good to Me This Far TV SHOW Bi 1 1 Cosby Show Moonl i gh t i ng Family Ties Cheers Miami Vice MALE Phil Collins Bryan Adams Bruce Springsteen John Holmes Michael J. Fox Huey Lewis 1 Porshe 2 Mustang 3 Corvette 4 Mercedes 5 Camborgini SUBJECT Psychol ogy Commons Odyssey Physi cs Engl i sh JUNE 1986 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 5 Arts Festival Under The Big Top PAGE 6 SHS SENIOR FINALE JUNE 1986 Student Government Day May 2, 1986 Police Chief, Lance Levy Fire Chief, Ronald DiManeo Youth Commission, Paul McGovem Town Clerk, Christopher Dunne Building Zoning Inspector, Richard Andrews Town Engineer, Paul Sarnie Town Manager, Steven Murray Chairman of Selectman, Laura Stevens Selectmen, Susan McNamara, Monica McKinnon, An- drew Bank, Daphne Norton. Chairman School Committee, Maurice Leger. School Committee, Lori Pavadore, Jennifer Marotta, James Boushell, Jose Serpa. Superintendent of Schools, Sharon Burtman. Librarian, Kathleen Kelleher. JUNE 1986 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 7 Kevin Harding is congratulated for his performance in basketball and track. Track champ Sue Hurley receives award for excellence in her specialty. All-scholastic everything Sheila Jackman gets her superlative award from Coach Brian Lanner runs away with three certificates in track. Dan Mark. PAGE 8 SHS SENIOR FINALE JUNE 1986 Tom O ' Neill rounds first after driving home another run. VARSITY BASEBALL (Front) Tom Wahl, Bill Maloney, Mike McCabe, Mike Walter, Mike Batte, Todd Levine; (2nd) Coach Bob Ashley, Jeff Teplitz, Brad Miller, Tom O ' Neill, Jon Hubler; (Rear) Chris Kemp, Rich Doyle, Kevin Murphy, Bob Gianni, Steve Scibetta. Todd Levine gets set to gun someone down. McCatM unloads his heat. Miller takes throw from Maloney. JUNE 1986 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 9 Shortstop Bill Maloney erases another baserunner. Aaron Grover takes a practice cut. John Hubler wheels around second. JUNE 1986 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 11 GIRLS ' TENNIS SQUAD (Front) Robin Kravetz, Marcr Lubofsky, Stacey Sewcyk, Stacey Zelbow, Kelly Logan; (Rear) Coach Russ Clough, Sue Jeffs, Carne Fenton, Tricia Blake, Lauren Berman, Karen McGowan, Suzanne Aronson, Pamela Madden, Renee Somers. Suzanne Aronson and Robin Kravetz await the start of the match. Capt. Marcl Lubofsky Capt. Stacey Sewcyk Capt. Stacey Zelt ow Marci toys with her opponent. " The art of serving " displayed by Stacey Sewcyk. Stacey Zelbow shows her backhand form. PAGE 12 SHS SENIOR FINALE JUNE 1986 Chris Fogarty trots to first. VARSITY SOFTBALL (Front) Laura Long, Judy C ariton, Tina Doucette, Amy Cotter, Tracy Amy Cotter notched 13 wins. Aguiar, Stephanie Tsinzo; (Rear) Kristen Sheehan, Beth Hem, Karen Zanca, Shirtey Straughter, Chris Fogarty, Kelly Bums, Coach Mike Baxter. (Not present: Karen Holmes) SOFTBALL Co-Caot. Amy Cotter Co-Capt. Tina Doucette Co-Capt Judy Carlton Laura Long stretches to sit the runner down. Stephanie Tsinzo makes the throw from third. Tina Doucette eagerty awaits the pitch. JUNE 1986 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 13 Judy Carlton breaks for second on a pitch to Chris Fogarty. Karen Zanca holds a steady target. Kerry Tzinso walks. JUNIOR VARSITY SOFTBALL (Front) Wendy Stone, Kim Barry, (2nd) Lisa Henchey, Kim Amida, Kerry Tsinzo, Kim Bernard, Stacy Piselli, Jennifer Crosscup, Jane Lynch; (Rear) Lisa Trebby, Dianne Foley, Aimee Lipman, Jennifer Sears, Dawn Lanciani, Kristin Catania, Coach Joan Valente. (Not present: Kathy Bulger.) Waiting for the perfect pitch. Tournament Team t Stacy Piselli is in position for the pitch. Wendy Stone slides safely in play at home. PAGE 14 SHS SENIOR FINALE JUNE 1986 Mike Swanbeck Rich Andrews Bob Bento Joe Barboza Kevin Harding Steven Qreenspoo " Ouke Donoghue . . . all-league javelin catcherl Kevin Harding flies over the hurdles and takes the Bill Oelaney soars through the air. lead. JUNE 1986 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 15 Capt. Sheila JacKman Capt. Sue Hurley Capt. Susan McNamara Tracv lets it fly. GIRLS ' SPRING TRACK (Front) Jennifer Maiocco, Nicole Ross, Tracy Salazar, Sue McNamara, Sue Hurley, Monica McKinnon, Sheila Jackman, Carol Spickler, Laura Rudin, Nicole Gallant; (2nd) Cindy Dykes, Robin Young, Paula Lorenz, Kerry Jennings, Barbara Ceven, Jennifer Lanner, Stephanie Collins, Robin Borden, Beth Sneider, Donna Guilfoyle. (3rd) Nancy Soares, Corinne Herlihy, Evelyn Large, Cristen Herlihy, Patty Grasso, Stacey Cohen, Laura Raisty; (Rear) Janine Catalano, Laura Backner, Kim Callanan, Marie Macrogianis, Ellen Gillis, Amy Foster, Coach Chris Brady. (Not pre- sent Amy Pooler, Heidi Ostroff , Susan Malone.) Lanner lungesi Girls Track Monica McKinnon Jackman jumpsi Tracy Salazar PAGE 16 SHS SENIOR FINALE JUNE 1986 ALLISON F leaves Chr i s B , a wal k through Hyannis; Clue B, someone to snuggle with on a cold night; Susan N, a lined waste basket; Michele S Stacey, a box o-f lucky " Hello Wall ' " charms; Tracy S, a dream come true at UMass; AMY C leaves Mac and Monica, 10 yrs. of -friendship; the Juniors, my ski is and senioritis; Holmsey, PG (Rookie) and the TPC; Douce and Sheck, a " boop " ; Todd, the Break-fast Club; AMY P leaves Jenni-fer L, a map and flashlight to ■find the shotput; Wrestling tea, a new window in the small gym; AMY W leaves Coach C, his o-f-fice and alone; Daphne, Harvard; Penellapp, nickname to get rid o-f; Mr. C, a blank physics notebook; ANDREA C leaves Carla, the -five o-f me; Stephanie, my room, choc chip cookies, all my love; Lesi£-i, Daddy Warbuck ' s trust -fund, homework, veri-fying skills, thunderb i rds ; Maureen , happy-go-lucky days; Kathy K, pop-corn milk. Daddy Warbuck ' s car ; ANNA P ] eaves Lino, my afterschool hunger pains; Manny, my essays and term papers; Mom ?• Dad, my diploma; Michele, my sneakers; Traci , the real thruth about AW; Kitty, my can o-f hornet repellant; ANTOINETTE K leaves Julie, good • fiealth; Cari, good times and happiness forever; Kim, mean teachers; Joy, credi ts; BARRY S leaves my good looks, my personality, my acceptance to Massasoit, my car , everybody I know w the exception of my girl friend, my dirty mind, my great singing voice, BILLY M leaves Franny 10 credits; Joe, some of my coolness; Tom, my 1st Camaro; Kevin, my 2nd Camaro; Trent , my wardrobe; Stubby, his owri snack bar; McCabe, his personal ambulance: BOB S leaves Mark G, a school record; Jay R, a bagel to fanagle; Kel 1 i B, love ? best wishes; all the girls on x-c, a league champi onshi p ; Julie T , a very furry litle raccoon; my future roommate, patience to put up with me; Rich W, a seat in Universal St ud 1 05 . . . BRIAN L leaves Rich A, bail money; Mike M, a McDonald ' s where he ' s clean; the track team, lots of success; Stubby, more good times at NU together; Sheila J, good memor i es ; J i m Ei , a k i c k i n the — ; BRUCE G leaves i:he " Group " a ca e of r DOCS i n Ft . Lauderdale; Tim D, a set of jumper cables and the " spring break " video; Mo, a country of his own; Joe S, a permanent job w a direct deposit account; Dan R, the cat ' s other ear ; BUTCHIEMOG leaves the megamoos, tiappiness and the will to swi 1 1 ; the 1 ' i 1 megamoos alone at SHS with the 1 ' il nerds; Muzz, all my matching bra ' s; Johnny T, all his disgusting dreams and a pair of tongs... CANDY F leaves Bucky all my thanks; Lauren B ? the gals. Bongo Bert-? another case; Joyce S ? Karen H, Indian ? Bionic Woman; Min M, Leenda, Bill, Bi f f ? R-r-ron ' ; Meg H, " a yule ' " ; Rich W, a sincere loser; CARI G leaves Jay G ? Kim H my locker ic computer; Artwiz one way tickets back home S memories of Bill; Julie, good times at the beach; CM, credits to graduate; Kris W, all the luck in the world; Jod i , eternal happi ness ; CARL S leaves PF a ride to scf.ool ; ED, some advice; RD , a mind and sense of smell; Mrs. D , a room full of catalogued tapes; CARLA E leaves Maria F, my gym stuff; Lesia D, gets Pr i en ' s tickets; Isabel, rocky road; Roger i a, my not so perfect attendance, a lipstick case; CAROL S leaves Lola, many memories and happiness back home; Meliss ? Mac, front row seats to Phi 1 C; Lor i , a walk on the beach; Brian, 4 free years; JUNE 1986 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 17 CHERYL I leaves Clem L, our new friendship; Musz , all m V 1 (jvt? ; Hof i man ' s qir Is, a new manaqer ; Lance L, his very own salad; Dan S, Scott. B, ? John T, hugs ? kisses; Lisa F, my wordrobe Zi Muzz; CHRIS B leaves Susan N, a week ' s stay iit the American Motel; Claudia B, something that she can ' t agree with; Allison F, a songbook and a register that works; N i c h f? 1 e R , the p u r p 1 e building that never was; Lorraine S, a n o t h er f rn s t r a t i ri q Pascal program; CHRIS F leaves Jim C, all my love, library o-f horror- films; Sylvia T, the face and my car; Sanrii P , all my problems and a Big Mac Pac; Chris Fl " , my moped; Sonny, a 4;; 4 truck; Tim W, his own personal slave; Ma W, her own grocery store; Ricky H, porno flick; CHRIS R loaves Jearirit F " , ] uan , Reriee R, the entire upstairs; Joe F ' , an arrow; L.-iuren S, no memories; Stiinr n D and Rati C, siiperballs; M i k e , a h u q ; CHRIS T leaves Todd, a Monte Carlo to build, the butterfly, Swiss bank account; Karen, a copy of my wardrobe; Kim S, all the Chinese food you can eat; The Busiriess Dept.; memories of my charming personality; Sandy, in Brockton with the best bunch of friends; CHRISTINE T leaves Michele 6, happy times at U Lowel 1 ; Kris D, a lifetime of tiealth; Paul S ? Peter G, a room full of laughter in A307 Z Fast Eddie ' s ashes; " The Losers, " some class; Kathy M, a world of hppiness and t i ,n :j of than k s ; CLAUDIA B leaves Al 1 i son F , (Tiedior ab 1 e t a 1 I :: s a t P a p a G i n o ' s a n ci a radio that wor Is in the car ; Chris B, 4 happy years at E iC , weekends at HC; Susan N, 2 ne w tail lights; ERic S, a new locker to shut; Michele Fa ' , the purple buildinq tTiat never was; CLEM L leaves John T, directions to the combat zone; Mr. M, my asthma inhaler; Brian M, my illegal face mask; Sue M, an apology; Dan S, a phone call in the closet; JB, a lot of class; CONNIE A leaves my Aunt Connie my stero, cabbage patch dol 1 , all my important papers, SHS memories, all of the gifts that I was given, my high school ring and jewelry... DEANNA R leaves PJ my complaints; Anne, the job of scraping; Paul, bruises all over; Mrs. Cottle, all of my dictation pads; Dodie, two more years; Christine, a bic shaver DAN R 1 eaves I i m, my condolences on the green machine; Andy, an eternal six-pack; Maurice, memories of a great friendship and of our elite group; Ed, good luck with money and women; Joe, my hopes that in college he continues to be a Qood =;tiident; DAN S leaves Muzz tones, fame ?• fortune; Scott B, as many posters as possible; Clem L, a game-winning goal at Med ford; Ron D, an i mp each men t ; DARLENE G leaves teachers, my brotkiers George ? Robert; majorettes, my little sister; Sharyn, one night with Steven; DAVE H leaves Mellisa, a bottle; Billy M, another car; Alii sa G , a ride; Clem, stamina; STan ? JB, one more case; McGov, 240 lbs. to lift; DAVE M leaves the Odyssey teachers a decent class to try to teach; Spoon, a fork; Fig, every metal tape possible on Earth; Jason , a year ' s subscription to " Flex " ; Big Al , a name for his band; Mkke F, Sue G; Sue G, Mike F; DAVE S leaves Julie T, his programs; Megan H, some cheesecake; Mr. B, an answering machine for our office; Stacey Z, a ;box of fuses; Michelle G, his ring; Accounting II, the challenge of III; DAB, a new sweater; PAGE 18 SHS SENIOR FINALE JUNE 1986 ERIC R leaves Ben R, a full color poster o-f adorable Adrian Adonis; Mr. C, an Iron Maiden album catalogue; the cafeteria staff, hepatitis shots; Mr. S, a lie detector; Mr. I, my Pascal notebook; Mr. C, 3 days in ISS; , FRENCH IE leaves Chris B and Sean K, gold screws and my nickname; Dayna (Bunny) , Boston from afar; Cheryl, Bobby ' s pool, sisters in Brockton; Lauren, long walks through dark woods; Donna, all our memories forever; GREGORY S leaves Mr. F, a qas mask so he won ' t have to inhale smoke while DAYNA W leaves Cathy H, Boston from afar, Laconia ? Hurtin ' units; Lauren S, air-guitar jammin; Sharyn D, shades for better hallway vision; Patti C, secret recipes; DEB S leaves Allison F, a smooth bus ride and a new car stero; Sue S, someone to watch her pocketbook; Jodi R, a train into Boston; Maria F, GM and a word processor ; DEBRA B leaves Tanisha D, my knowledge of French; William D, Sheila E pictures; Nelly G, lace gloves; Ronnie M, my sarcastic voice; Dayna W, my Friendly ' s uni form; DIANE K leaves the moos to eat, drink and be merry and an ever 1 ast i ng friendship; the younger moos alone at SHS with memories and the RB ' s; the studs, a year ' s membership to Nautilus and some great memories; DIANE W leaves Maryann, a can of tuna; Julie, the Big B and a bottle of Woolite; Susan, vanilla ice cream and sal tines; Kathy, the bombing of Crete; Kitty, Princess; Lorraine, the other half of mv locker; DUNZ IE leaves Mrs. C, a lifetime supply of Kl eenex ; Fabul ous Five, a set of ginsu knives; Muzz, a map of Medford and a, lobster di nner ; EUGENE leaves the megamoos, some real nice guys in the future; basketball team, good luck without me; Chief, my Kangol ; Laura, our friendship forever; ERIK leaves Scooter, 24 hrs. without fighting with anyone, a real tan; Jon, better hallway singing; " J, " a real boyfriend; Annie, a steady; Denap, a car of his own; ERIC S leaves Jay R, 1 " real " date with NS; Scott W, a watch to be on time for a change; Dee, someone as nice as her; Julie T, a game of Trivial Pursuit and my everlasting love; my future roommate, the extra patience you ' ll need next year; GUS 1 eaves M c: G a v a n d Lizzy, my . j o Li ; 1... i. B a , s o m e o n e t o wa 1 I-:: w i t h ; St ub t) y , a n i g h t out w i t h t h e guys; Eirian L, ni s |:;) e d ; R i c h A , bail bonds ; nabbing the rats; Anna P Lino, my best wishes for a happy marriage and a long lasting one; Mr. B, tuition to school to learn how to draw; HOWARD C LEAVES KENNY G, all the Chinese food he can eat; Mr M, a new house; Patty C, a better manager at work; Scott D, winning more money at cards ? at the track . . . JAMIE P leaves Sahib S-: Doing, the absolute rule of Zimbabwe; Donna T, a metranome; Ron C, a divot; Michele G, all my pen caps; Elibomso, an entourage of Oriental women servants; Michelob, all my t oe j arn . . . J AY S le?aves Erik K, the unsolved theorems of the universe; Rick S, the chess club presidency and second board; the Pascal class, all my programs; Dave S, Beov-julf and poetry; JUNE 1986 JERRY C leaves Mike B, Friday nite of-f; Rob, a nite out with the 3uys; Mike M, a bigger ashtray, a new saying when you get mad; Big D, a monte -for the death of Betsy; Michelle, my notebook for hours o-f tun " who cares " ' Cathy ? Kirsten, 300; JIM B leaves Gus, many returned favors; McGov, new topics to talk about; Stubby, a cab fare for all the n)or n i n g rides; R i c h , bail money; £)tan , a chill pill; JB, a new Chevel 1 e; Jani ce , al 1 my love... J DDI leaves Debbie S, good luck with the Camaro; Julie L , ability to stay w i t h o n e g u y ; Mrs. R , all the f ood aval 1 ab 1 e ; JOHN PAUL leaves Lisa R, my special friendship; ;M5. C, my F ' ortuguese language; all my f r i ends , my friendship; Mr . M , my a s t r o I i o m y k n o w 1 e d g e ; I M e 1 s o n G , a n e ; e r c i s e m a c I- i i n e ; J a s o r i M , a better photo camer£ ; SI-IS, my thanks; JOHN W leaves b us i n ess d ep ar t men t , my 1 i t tie b r o t li er ; Ch r is J , alone; Mar k W , t h e m a n i iii a 1 ; K e v i n W, tjeans on the canai ; SHS SENIOR FINALE JGN leaves JB, my spare muffs; Trent, a night at the palace with the crews; Erik, the ability to love only one girl at one t i ill e i n stead of seven; Brian, real girl f r i en d ; S t ac e y B , that special proposiion; Scott ie A, an apology; Kim, one more? f un-f i 1 1 ed year ; De nap , my old w I ' e s 1 1 i n q s f i o e s ; JOYCE S 1 eaxves Meg H, all the memories of our best f I- i e n d s I -i i p ; a r e n H Cari F, all the little I n d i a n s u n d e r- t h e t. r e e ; Chris H , h i i s c j w n M e r cedes; Chris ' ! ' , lots of lolipops; Michele G, black smurfs to take to Lowell; Mary M, fame; Ric h W , the memor i es o f m a. n y " s li i n i n g " n i ght.!? JGNGALIN leaves Coco al 1 the good bags cj f t) a r b e c u e c:: h i f:) s , a trip back to VSU and cab fare; Ice " T " a season ticket to the Sixers games; Debbie, a t r i p t o Ca 1 i f or n i a i:o ri.J ' s mansion; Ni col e , all my 9-1 2 shoeii H o w i. Eo L. e w i e a r ) d a r i t i - S e b a s t i a ri c o ] o g n e ; i i s I ' l a , m i y Guc c i b ag ; W i 1 ]. i s.in , e V e r y a 1 b u id ; l._ i n a , m v m a t i i n ( j t. e I:: c:) o k ; „ . JULIE T leaves Dee, a 6-ft. blonde ESwede; Bcyb S, a baby r a c c. o o r i n a m e? d F i f i ; Scott W, a cure for Dianitis; Nancy S, the PTS 1200; Mike P, a b u s I ' • i d e w i t h C I i a r 1 i e ; Eric S, all my love a n d a q a (ii e o f Trivial Pursuit; Megan H, a. baked potato; PAGE 19 KAREN Mc leaves Maria, Nantasket B£?ach; Linda, all my unicorns; Kathy, " Beaker " , Kitty, a lifetime supply of Terraki; Michelle, my skis and my ski poles; Kris, all of the empt movie theatres; KATHLEEN K 1 e a V e s D i a n e? , c h a p s t. i c k ; K i 1 1 y , p e n g t.A in; S u s an, a hug; K a r en, a f o a d s t e r ; Michelle, roast beef sandwich; Julie, my c at s , muf fin, Coc oa , Pr i ncess ; ' KATHY K 1 e a V e s R: e ri e , t hai ere m e filling in oreo cookies; Racliel , a BU for tti ICK; Stacey, a diite with Bobby B on 14th St.; Maurice, a secretary to write all h i s ejssay 5 ; Tim, 1 000 b ag s ai g r oc er i es ; An d i u. s , a trip to B 1 o o Id C o u n try; Joe, a pet rat; KRIS D leaves Rene B, life on a secluded island witli a n o n - p s y t: o t i c: J. o v e and n o cJ i e t p 1 a r i s ; K ate, a c. o u r s e o n t e s t f a i 1 u r • e ; J c: I " ) r) , the 1 1- 1 r e e - 1 e 1 1 e r word; M i c I -i e 1 e , 3 6 ' i c o 1 o r c: o o r d i r i a t e d o u t f i t. s ; Tard, ten hairy men in a iiot tub; Karen, a lifetime pass to an emp t y cdo v i e t hi eat. r e ; Deaiina ;jne last, bus r i d wi til our f avor i t e dr i ver ; KITTY C leaves D i a I i e W , a p e n n y ; Kathy K, Bruce Willis; S u s a n N , waste b s k e t ; K r i s G , s n a k. e s ; A r i n a P., school lunch; M i c 1 1 e 1 e R , 1 i c e n s e ; Paty G, case of B u 2: z w e i s e r ■ ; M d. n a V , a r o if 1 ; PAGE 20 GREGORY S leaves Mr. F, a gas mask so he won ' t have to inhale smoke while nabbing the rats; Anna P Lino, my best wishes for a happy marriage and a long lasting one; Mr. B, tuition to school to 1 e a r- n h o w to d r aw; , . GUS 1 eaves h. ,.. , , „4 1 J ....... . ... . , itt_i_iLjv O.IIU y, iny job; Lisa, someone to w a 1 k w i t h ; S t u. b b y , a. n i g h t o u t with the guys; Eirian L, my speed; Rich A, bail bonds ; HOWARD C LEAVES KENNY G, all t h e C h i n e s e -f C3 o d he can eat; Evilly D, a new mind to remember t |-i i n q s ; An d r- e a (3 , t h e Doc of- tlie Year award; Barry S, Speed f the year award; Mr M, a r i e w l i o use; P a 1 1 y C , s . better manager at w : J I- k ; S c;; o 1 1 D , i n r i i n q more money at cards at the i:rack . . . LANCE L leaves Monica, a pair of b o ;■; i n q q 1 o v e s a n d very s p e c i a 1 m e n i o r " i e s ; M u 2. z , I . h e r o c I-:: y sag a ; Fvonnny D, a Shaw ' s b a q ; T o d d , a g o d c u p ; LAF;GEY leaves SHS the void they can never f i 11, ' S6 ; e V e r • y o n e i n A Z ' . F — hi r . commons, a 1 1 e V e r ■•- e r i ci i n q hug; Renee, her blue and wli i t. e sl- i r t ; J oh n , a n e w s t. a r t e r ; K i (n , t h e b i g g e s t u. n i c: a r n s 1 1 e c;: a n f i n d ; K i t i: y , m y 1 o V €? ; K a r e n , a win k ; SHS SENIOR FINALE LAURA S leaves Tommy 0, my heart, a car, and all the luck in the world; Steph , memor " ies, a forever open door, and the vbest sister " ever; Ronnie M, a year with his girls; Chris K, a grc at senior year; David, Lori , and Mike, late night snacks; Billy M ?: Joey, the " perfect " qirl; Todd, a w i n k ; LAUREN leaves Patti C, memories of June 16; Cheryl C, all my 1 o V e ; S I " I a r ■ y n D , t h e " one " ball lucky c hi a 1 k q D o n n a R , swamp juice; Cathy H, " 528, " a r; h e V e lie S S : D a y n a W , ex i s t en t i a 1 blues and Efe?ethhoven ; LEEANN leaves Gary, at home; Trace and Di , swilling f or ever- ; Mar c y , a dance with Mr. Vogue; St even , an el der 1 y woman i n Ma i n e ; LES I A D leaves Maureen G, my Fla. tan and some P . M . s ; Ka t h y K , my b r o Andy and the Ukraine; ( " flic a f , M a r c o ; K a r e n H, Coco; Renose P, a mod er n i ed s i d ewa 1 k ; LINDA C leaves Barb, year ' s supply of R e s e ' s f.) i e c e s ; Sl i er y 1 , M? M ' s ; Kar en , e;;tra; Chris T, French on i on d i p ; St even , :l. 4 • - k t . g o Id s p o o n ; J a s o n , a m i n o a c i d s ; ....LI SA F leaves Charyl I, life s u p f:) 1 y c:;. f M c: D o n aids; Scott B, a car to wreck; Ed M, all myh 1 o V e ; L a n c e L , his dream jams; Tobeylt P, a cene to cause; Lori A , o n e - w a y t i c k e t ; JUNE 1986 LIZ R leaves Marie Q, lost in Milton; Sue H, our wild weekends; Tina D ? Sheila J, a booper; Barry S, a forever flower; Mike M, wondering why and a bruised shin; Mike W, an Odyssey talk; . . LOR I A 1 eaves Susan G, more of our " sp on t an eous " trips and what we always get f r o n I 1. 1 1 em; Lisa, m o n e y fr gas so we don ' t r-un out and more games to run to with that gas; Tob ey , mor e fun t i mes ; Cheryl , the Eiook of Kn o w 1 ed g e f r om our talks; LORI H leaves Carol B , my friend sh i p ; PW , my st or i es ; Tr i c i a W , my left side; Michelle A, te whole world to pick on; Alyssa Z, my i l ist r uc t i on s ; Kr i st i ne U, an ID that says she ' s 30 yrs; LYNN Y leaves Steve, all my love; Dave, a bottle of champagne and a tan; Al , real guitar 1 essoins; Stubby, an old Bryan Adams tape; Jean, a lastinq f r " i endsh i p : MARC G leaves Megan H, an extra set of car keys to stay with her at all times; Steve B, the I ROC 2 he always wanted; Eric S, Bob S ? Scott W; , a lifetime supply of TP; Peter G, a theft proof stereo for the " banana " : JUNE 1986 MARIA C leaves the megamoos all the -food in the world and no diet soda; Stanley, a lot of love, enough sleep ■for a year ? the " moodiest avaard " ; Lis, all the memories we have together; Lace, the " spotlight " ; Lina, good luck w Rusti ; Jules, a tube of 1 i pst i ck ; .MARIA F 1 eaves Sue S, a new car stereo; Isabe l V, my mirror and brush; Car la E , my Eng 1 i sh w o r k ; M a u r e e n G , m y tab problems in word pro; Helen R, all the f o o d s hi e c a n e a t ; MARY ANN M ieave-= DD , another c o u f!) 1 e i n c he.is,Y, C a r j. F , t.) r e w B l i e s f o r F e 1 i ; a n d C a t nip; E r i c (I) , alone at the I ' e n d e 2 — v o u s ; J c: y c: e S , a v i c e o n 1 1 u oi a n se;-; ua 1 i t y ; Meg H , w h i 5 k e r s ; fti e s i s t e r , an or eo— cook i e d i et ; Mrs. D , m y u n s o 1 v e d ( I I a t. t p r o h 1 e rci s ; MAUREEN (3 leaves Eileen, all my money; Lesia, Bruins season t i c k e t s ; K a» r e n H , ebony ivory; Tab a, my ' car ; Li. sa M , (ii S! ill o r i e s o f H H ; SHS SENIOR FINALE MEGAN H leaves Chris H, all the chores ne xt year; my best friend Joyce S. , a car in park; Maryann M and Candy F, a trip to Argentina; Julie T, a ride t o J F K w i t h t en n i s b a 1 1 s ; Da v i cJ B Marc G, the Valentine flowers they n e V e r go t ; t h e n w 1 o s e r B , a b u n c h of carr ot s ; , - . MALERIE leaves L. a u r a 1... , m y A t a f i p c man, Dale?, all my 1 e g w a r " m e r s , a.n d Bassets standard; Kenra S, my Led 7. e j:j p e 1 i 1 n p o s t e r s , back stage pass to Old W a r 1 ( :l B 1 u e R e v i v a 1 c o ri c;; e r t , a i- o u r t cJ t r i n to England; MELISSA G 1 e a v e s J a i " i a , a f r " e e r u n i n t h 6? ], i V i n q r o o m ; Gail, the best, looking 1 1 -a 1 i an i niag i nab 1 e ; Aliza, someone new to recap a weekend with; Brian M, the perfect g i I " 1 ; Mi ke A , my w i c. k e d c; c:) o J. ! i e a i- e , w a n n a trade?; S r M o o s , an open dormroom, ever e n d :i. n q f r i e r i d s I i i p ; MICHAEL B leaves Rob, a piece of gum for the rest of his; 1 i. f e ; B i q D , m o r e t. a p e for the General Dq Mike M, a pack of butts and a piece of Big Filed; Patrice, a n e w 1 Q c k e r a n d a p i e c e o f c: a n d y ; F- i q , the first Boston album; PAGE 21 .MICHELE G leaves Donna G, two more long years at the bus stop; Jamie P, all of my . . . pen caps. . .Kris D, my notebooks and two weeks for makeup work; Christine T, a fun time at home next year; The " losers " , free tuition at the Suzie Jones Popularity College; Zimbabwe, a small island in the S o u I: h P a c: i f i c for t h e i r n e ;•; t. L u a u ; MICK IE R leaves Tracy S, a. can of mace, Kitty C, a full tank of gas; S t a c e y Z a r i d A 1 1 i. s o n F, a box of lucky c I i a ! ' ■ m s ; D e e w , K a t h y K , and Julie T, Joe ' s p I) o n e n u in h e r ; Sue N , Cloe B, and Chris B, a V a c a t i o n i n t he sun; M D g a n d i a r e n H , A - h r commoris; MIKE F leaves D en I I i s , t. he ability to attend one full day of school next year and m y d r a f t i n q s k i lis; S t e V e R , 1 1 1 e u n 1 i ( n i t e d u s e ci f F- ' i c 1 1 ' s d r a f t i n g t u t j e ; 3 p o on, f i r s t I J i c I-:: s o f 1 1 " I e n e w F f e s !■ 1 m a n c 1 a s s g i r 1 s ; . MIKE M leaves Kathy F, f ;i. q h t f r o n t s e a t o f m y c a r ; T i r t a .0 , n i y M u r " — I (I a c s h i r ' t s ; Stephen F " , m y i ' i e a d -- ta a n g i n q t a p e s ; !•■:: i r s t e r i E , in y g u «i ; Jerry C, my Corvettes t. hi a t. at. r e 1 1 t r i-.t n n i r i g ; Kevin M, my unfinished c. hi e c k e r b l:: a r " d in s hi op; Briaii L, my cheat n o t e e:. f ■ r c:) m G d y s s e y ; MUZZ leaves Che, years of 1 a V e a nd hi a p p i. n e s s ; L a n c e L. , o u r " lucky " y I e r f I t o o j -i ; S w a n n y , 1 1 ' e a s u r e d m e (ii o r i e s of f o o t b all; C 1 e en L , John MARIA M leaves Karen all the orange c h a i r s i n t hi e c a f ; C hi r- i s , all the g u n s i r i t h e wor Id; J i mmy , a baby machine; Mike, my hiear t and eras iness; L. i n d a , M r . F r e n c hi F r y ; Maria Si mas, a gasoline can; PAGE 22 SHS SENIOR FINALE JUNE 1986 T , t h e r t:?c; aq n i t i on they deserve; Spence, late night drives dawn " Thudei Road " ; Duni ' ie, a t r i p t a Med f or d ; Ber 1 s , a c hem i s t r y set ; NANCI leaves Susan her mouth because she is shy and doesn ' t talk; Julie, the- days of the week cause she is never here; Tany£- , Mondays: NICOLE J leaves Andrea, the " chip ahoys " -factory, a stepl adder, campus life; Tory, my clam chowder, honey dip donuts, my nose; Sherry H, all of my cold calls; Jongie, Howie Lewie, 2 points in Spanish; Andy P, a new job; Kathy K, Mussol i n i ; PARVS leaves Gina, all her shoes; Gail, hairspray; Lisa, eyelashes; Michelle, alibis; Diane, all her boyfriends friends; Tracy, an 18th birthday; Stacey, a wig; PATRICE B leaves Jean B, one dollar to buy the school lunch (pizza); Mike B, an underclassman to aggravate; Jerry C, a senior picture of rr.e: Sue M, in a Foxboro field looking for a four— leaf clover; Sue C, a notebook to make airplanes for physics; PATRICK H leaves Robin Y, my Sat. morning hangover; Dennis K, butt end of a cruller; Bobby C; , the lower half of my female slave list; Hurb M, a Burger King carrot clipper; Tom O, a cold shoiMer; Sean L, left in school forever ; PATTI C leaves Sharyn D, Cathy ' s woods and a can of brown paint; Lau-ren S, Westgate ' s " cocaine " ; Cheryl C, pine trees on the corner; Cathy H, a ziploc baggie ? blue pencil boxes; Dayna W, secret recipes; Sheri H, a watter bubbler; Mike S, keys to handcuffs; PAUL F 1 eaves Rob , a 280 e;; . ; Jerry, 3 lunches; Dennis, a sophomore v )ith mono; Steve G, a hood to his car; Mike G, A-hr commons with Mr. B; PAUL S leaves Peter G, my brother ' s red chair along with the remote control ; Pia L, Anthony ' s other earring; Megan H, the power of love; Diane N , a brand pair of shoes from the treasury of NHS; PAULA B 1 eaves Maria, goosewi ng filled with undudas and layers and one good— looking cowboy; Michelle, all my D; Maria, opera in D3rd hallways; Mr. F, touring Boston at K aty Gibbs; Ria, a lasting f r i endsh i p ; PETER G leaves Marc G, a couple of aspirins; Paul S, a free wrestling ticket and, unfortunately, his brother Mike; Eric K, a new jacket; Ms B, a Sarni e-e;; termi nator ; Megan H, seven— inch heels; pip leaves Anthony my love and my seat; Stacey, Magnum PI; Cindy, Chinese food; Elyse, a blank attendance card; Nancy, Filene ' s; RACHEL leaves Risa, sack memories, men on Boston Common, and our □Mass experience; Kale; a new driver— ed car; Di , many brave customers and " oops " i nsurance; RENE B leaves Kathy K, Ralph and Pumpkin; Andy B, my scarf; Tim D, conversation lessons; Joe S, financial support; Maurice L, purple socks; Carol d D, memories of 1986: RETA leaves Rachel, the left side of my car; Steve 6, many lonely nights without E ? £-1 new PYT; sister Debbi , fond nieinories of when I lived at home; Trembles, a big hunk (of what?) ; RICH A leaves Bi 1 K, a XX XX small muscle shirt; Paul Mc , a car that windows work in; Brian, a steady girl f r i end ; Mi ke F , a tup per ware bowl and a package of sweets; Boush , McC, Carl, Mike, a night in cell 2... RICH W leaves ' em 1 a u y hri n g with a place to visit in SoCal ; Candy, some insincerity; Joyce, my forever love and respect; MaryAnn, a fond good-bye Dolly; Meg Ian, a hootchi e-kootchi e; Jim L, my acid tongue; JUNE 1986 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 23 RICK S leaves Tim an elephant (if you can ' t be one, you can at least have one) ; Andy , a cigarette like the one you took in ISS; Lee-Ann, a treasure o-f memories to spend any time; Jime, a four-wheel drive truck so he wont ' get stuck in any more cemetaries; Mr I, thanks for having learned more than math in his classes; ROBERT B leaves Big " D " a the memories of the Two Tigers; Spoon, my 13-year old neighbor and desk drawings; Wendy, more of my time, care and better- t i n i e s m y every whi ch-way--but-l oo se al bum ! ; Fig, lifetime supply of auto parts for the Dart; RON D Leaves Mr. W, a day without f or get ting; CD , a t £. r k f gas; LL, a green 1 i g h t ; D S , w 1 1 a t e v e r he wants; SB a Cape boat; Muzs: , the Hansen Cup; Ed , 3. sense of r i g l " i t e o u s r i ess; Hector, just one gi r 1 ; SANDRA F ' leaves Joe F " , all my love; Susan G , lie r o w n p r i v b t e beach; Janet L, a black Corvette; Laura K, a public school; Ste v e M , ( (i y s i n c e i ' - e apologies; Todd L, a 1 a r • q e d o s e o f t. r u t h s e r u m ; C h r is F " , a hi o m e for duckie; SCOTT leaves liomez , a school nsizord; Julie T, child sup p or t ; Eric S , the children; Bob S , a room at the Hotel California; Jay R, another year with H u r 1 e y ; J a n i n e , N a n c y , Laura, ? Donna, £ 1 1 my love an d b e s t o f 1 u c: k ; SCOTT A leaves Eric W, a " K, " another week in Florida, and four more years at school together; Tim T, a sh i r t w i t. h no c of f ee st ai ns , noth i ng el se , h e ' s got e v e r y t h i i n g ; Carl S, a car that doesn ' t need body work, and an A in physi cs; SCOTT D 1 eaves Howie C all the c: o m p u t e r ' software money can buy; Ken G, a book on how to do r e s ear c 1 1 p a p e r s £t n d essays; Etarry S, the sped of the? year award; Dr. D, a good joke book; Lesia D, a (ii o r e c a n s e r v a t i v e wardrobe ; SCOTT R leaves P e t e , a p r a y i- ; K a r e n , C I i i c:: a g o ; R i c:: h , a r a 1 1 - f u r j a c l :: e t ; J o h n R, a rubber thermometer for Chem I Z II; Eric, a program i: !• ) t. w e c. a n w r i t e ; SHARON leaves the chess team my best w i s h e s f o r m a n y successful seasons™ . . SHARYN D leaves P a 1 1 i C , t r e e s t u i fi p s i r i 1 1 -1 e wood s (::l e n t s i n t h e s t r e e t ; L a u i- e 1 1 S, 10 ft. of gum w r a p p e r s ; D a y n a W , Roufe, ah! and a smurf u n d e I ' " t hi e table; M i k e S, a case of Bud, porcelain god, and an alarm clock; Cheryl C, pic n i c s on the floor; Cathy H, blue pencil boxes; Chris B, 1 curl and a ride to the lane; SHEILA J leaves Tina, a " boop, " wow, a chance to be Trevor ' s first. Boo F adley? a. friendship treasured forever; Todd, a hug, a thanks 2 ooooh ; Jen, p£- ck of more Lights; Liz, an Odyssey a d V e I i t u r ; C i n d y , a f u n - fill e d D r i v e - i n m o V i e ; S t a c e y S , only the Homi 1 y ; Bri , I z r b 1 1 y o u ; S u s a n i t a , F ' ogo , F;ob i 1 n i t. a , move the bal 1 ; SHERI H leaves my c 1 osest f r i ends , y ear- s o f friend s ti i p , memor i es and oz ; I -J i c o 1 e , Fi a b i n , a n cJ Fi; o b i n , a 1 1 1 1 i e a d v i c e a big sister can give; Che? re , Jul i e , Annemar i e , Tr i c i a , someone else to keep you compi ny; Mr. F " , more essays and a n o t ! ' I e r " p r i n c e s s " ; SHERYL H leaves L i n d a , a d r ■ i v e r s license and an ever 1 ast i ng f r i e I i d s I ii p ; Jason M , juice without fizz; Heidi S, the PAC; N a n c i L , J a c k W a g ri e r ; STAGEY B leaves Jay, all my love; all K 1 y f I " i e n 6 s , t ! i e great times; Jon, that c: e r t a i n p r o rri i s e ; Phil, a r I o 1 1 i e r 6 i n c Ii e s ; Bi 1 I , a headbutt; Candy, the; whites of her eyes; the drum sec t i on , soaie PAGE 24 SHS SENIOR FINALE JUNE 1986 organi sationa; Lori , great times with Scotty; STAGEY Z leaves Michelle R, •free pass on the shuttle to the West School; Allison F, trip to Boston; Kelly, the? perfect bean; Suzanne, icepacks; Heather, shopping spree at Strawberry ' s; STACIA leaves Cin EU n , Winnie the F ' ooh pants; Qui-Eiish, best o-f luck in the -future; Jen -fa, " b ee t r ed , " an d a t i c k e t t o Marco I si arid ; Shei 1 a , savages at a.m., k ri e e r " e a c t i a n s ; STEVEN leaves Lee Ann, a b o 1 1 1 e a t w h i t. e - c;) u t , some new knees, and Me . V; Jon, the 2 brE?akfast; Jeanna, a I ' " e m o t e co n t r o 1 a n d good memories; brother Brian, a good curve a n d t: e s t. o f 1 u c k ; t h e (3 r o u p , a n e v e r 1 a s t i r i g case; Risa, an ice (;:: old Craig on 1 1 i e r o c k s ; F; a n d y , a (n i d and a dog with no h a i r ; SPOON leaves Mr F , an a 1 1 -g i r 1 F " ' a ;5 c a 1 c 1 a s s ; J u n i o r ' s , Ci d y s B e y ; T r a c; l :; 1 " e a m , a chance to get back F o i:) c r ■ o ; N i c. u 1 e , m y c a 1 (:;; u 1 u s b o o k a r i d a 1 1 the -fun she can have w i 1 1- i i t ; STUBBY leaves Boob, 1 o w j. n B u I ' a 1 " ) (;:: e i ' " a t e s ; Gus, an accident-free ■future; McGov, a da.y long buzz; Rich, an a 1 1 -i n q ! ) t er " ; Br i an , the thought of me for H lie iiext 5 yrs; SUE MAC leaves Jen M, an everlasting friendship as BF; McGov, a f un -f i 1 1 ed a wa k e physics class; Amy C, a new door to the Coronet 440; Brian L, a fish after the b-ball game; SUSAN G leavesl David A, my friendship always; Mike-? F, a red bow tie; Sandra P, a shoulder to lean on; Lis£i. F, a baseball game to go to; Lori A, a blue-eyed blonde; Tobe y P, a maid to cle£- n up after her; SUSAN N leaves Diane W, a decisive mind; Chris B, puggles forever; Allison F, a r " adio alarm clock; Kitty C, Yoko Pete; Kathy K: , a non-rankab 1 e last name ; M i c h e 1 e R , cheese on a bus; TAMMI B leaves baby Jarrett W, my love, good wisdom, gift of knowledge; Yvette W, my new car when I get it; Michalle W, my sister Tiffany and brother Brandon; Marquitte W, my friendship for years to come; Dionne D, my c:Qr-,c= =i adventure; TIM D leaves Andy, a new rear right LTD quarter; Stef , a bright red rose; Joe, without financial support; The Group, at Penredi ' s in Ft. Lauderdale; Mr. A, another class like our E : TINA D leaves Shei Is, spare keys, a " boop " and a friendship that will last forever; Rona, don ' t forget " Ymnbf " forever; Cind, big V ' jomen sticking together; Bri, my BBB forever; Johnny, the date that never was; Steph T, twinkle toes; Colts, C, D, and A tr i ; TDBEY P leaves Johnny T, a lifetime subscription to Playboy; Jen M, a pair of lime green disco slippers; Lance L ? Dan S, lots of Nestles; Lisa, cookies ?• cream with extra jimmies; Barney Sheff, a rose for every occasion; Scott, a nice, big hug; the Bermuda Bunch, another vacation; Cheryl I, a book of McDonalds gift cert i f i cat - TRACY D leaves Jennifer M, a bag of ice; Melbag, a bib; Parvs, a bigger bathing suit; Di moo, a 1 i f el onq subscription to GQ; Butchie, a full tank; Mish, the may man; Weesa, some eyelashes; J an a ? Gai 1 in Austral i a ; TRACY S leaves Ki tty , a 1 i f e; Michele, an eternal flame on the end of her baton; Allison, a perfect audition: PAGE 26 SHS SENIOR FINALE JUNE 1986 JUNE 1986 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 27 Eric Drugge, Alyssa Zazlow, Ronnie DiMatteo, John Tammaro, and Lisa Rossi Jennifer Marotta enjoys a friendly talk with everyone ' s friend, Martha chat for a while before entering the Sheraton Tare. (IMcNevin). Kristine Desmond and John Fischera follow along as the grand parade (to What would Queen Victoria (or the SHS handbook) say? Kathy KIme, Oianne select the queen and court) circles the floor. Walsh, Kitty Coe, Susan Nestor, Michele Rodrigues, and Karen McAllister in a " shocking " displayl It ' s a photographic woridi Etisa Tiberian handles the video camera, which is now " required " at all functionsi But video doesn ' t take the place of that old-fashioned person- al camera, also necessary to hold on to one more memory! At the close of a splendid, memory-filled evening, Julie Titiets and Erie Saperslein discover our school symbol on wall of the Tara. PAGE 28 SHS SENIOR FINALE JUNE 1986 JUNE 1986 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 31 PAGE 34 SHS SENIOR FINALE There you go, a stream o-f -flowing robes sauntering toward the June sunset. The dignity of the ceremony hangs too loose about your shoulders. I see sneakers shuffling under graduation gowns and I thank you secretly for this youthful carelessness that makes me smile. I stop you briefly to adjust a tassel led hat, pin on a boutoniere and I find it hard to let go. As the line keeps moving steadily away from me, I remember a kite I had once all the hours spent watching it rise high against the summer sky until the string was too long to reel back or maybe I was just tired. But how it both fascinated and saddened me to watch it fly away, disappearing from sight to become part of another world. — Kathryn Fenardi JUNE 1986 AND LEST WE FORGET CINDY Y leaves El yse al 1 the hitppiness in the world, I owe you so much, thank you; Tim, all my 1 ove , friendship forever; Alan, a perfect vacation thanks to you; Patty, memories of Florida; Sheila, Merry Christmas, good luck always; Tina, big women sticking together forever; .MAURICE L leaves his room key to Brad, J on, St eve, Bruce, and Ed; Renee, a respectable husband and 2.4 children; Joe, an alter ego to work and study for him; K a t h y , t i n i e to hav e fun; thiis school better than when I came in; Dan, a passport and a new pair of shoes; . STAN L leaves JB a new set of drum sticks; Dave, a nice new pillow; Muzz and Clem, memories of the vid; f- ' aul , a year of free driving lessons; Gus, a new comb; Junior moos, plane tickets to Daytona; Boush , eyeglass cleaner; SWANNY leaves Kev, a 19S6 BMW; Joe, a 86 Mazda RX7; Fran, a diploma; Trent, a 19-ft. long jump; Muzz, a SO -yd. touchdown; Michelle, a diamond ring; Billy D, speecfi therapy: ... TIM T leaves Patti , a late night without me, and a good night sleep; JUNE 1986 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 35 Make-Up Staff For This Issue Suzanne Coughlin Marie Macrogiansis Gina Tapper TODD L leaves Lance, a meatbal 1 1 grinder, and a wish of happiness forever; Berls, an automatic face inf later; Shei 1 , a warm than;-; for ever y t h i n g ; Amy , a gentle head-butt; Steph, a head rub; . TRAT leaves Scott B, all t enn is skills and equip m e n t ; Mi k e G , m y 1979 Camaro; Mike S, all my f u n n i b s t j o k e s ; Bob M, all the pr et t i est g 1 r 1 s i n t h e world; Rob F- , every fast, car in 3 1 o u q h t o n ; Jose A, the girls tennis team; .TRENT W leaves Dana B a new pair of eyes; Mr. M, a book on the brothers; The Collins, my Lakers and Sixers stuff; Cory B, all my raps so he can copy them; Erik W, my Morris Day book of quotes (yeees!); Fran W; some of my credits; WALT leaves Tonya new ' S6 truck with all the options; Martha, SHS to manage; Jimmy A, a jeep that runs; .NEESA leaves Butchie, Peroxide; Mel bag S Dianne, my own personal Chubble; Aliza, a " European " dinner date; Jana, a big, bad blond; Parv, Tom in a creampuff; Trace, a porcelain bedroom;; Mi sh , a green placebo; Eric, a lie-detector test; Class Night Awards June 4, 1986 Bausch Lomb Science Award Daphne Norton D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award Amy Cotter Dry Pond Association Award Susan Nestor Henry W. Wilson Memorial Award Amy Cotter National Merit Scholarship Program Awards: Letters of Commendation Peter Gay Kathleen Kelleher Eric Kramer Jay Seliber David Shalit Robert Silverstein Finalist Daphne Nor ton Stoughton Fair Housing Committee Essay Awards (3) Amy Cotter Jill Freedman Paul Sarnie Presidential Academic Fitness Awards Stoughton High School Achievement Medals Art Stacey Lyerla Business Education Jodi Rudman DramafT.V Carl Sangiolo English Daphne Norton Foreign Language Laura Stevens Home Economics Darlene Gibson Industrial Arts Nelson Noia Instrumental Music Allison Freeman Journalism Maurice Leger Mathematics Jay Seliber Physical Education (Boys) ' . Michael Madan Physical Education (Girls) Patrice Batchelder Science Scott Robichaud Social Studies Maurice Leger Technical Drawing James Parker Vocal Music Maryann Mootos Distinguished Athlete Award (Sponsored by the U. S. Marine Corps) Steven Murray National Scholar Athlete Award (Sponsored by the U.S. Army Reserve) Amy Cotter and Steven Murray PAGE 36 SHS SENIOR FINALE JUNE 1986 Commencement Awards Acme Boot Co., Inc. (Corcoran Plant) Scholarship Michael Batte Almando Savini Scholarship Tracy Salazar Arthur L. Donovan Scholarship Stacey Zelbow Bob ' s Foodmart of Stoughton Scholarships (2) James Boushell and Tina Doucette BrookHeld Engineering Laboratories Scholarship Allison Freeman Carol Stone Switzer Memorial Scholarship Monica McKinnon Charles Breen Memorial Scholarship Given by the Knights of Columbus, San Salvador Council U200 Bruce Greenberg Charles C. Tucker Memorial Scholarships (8) Andrea Collins Todd Levine Sheila Jackman Anthony Sammarco Stephanie Kemp John Tammaro Kathleen Kime Trent Watson Charles Tucker Athletic Scholarship Michael McCabe Class of 1955 Scholarship Sharyn Dolinsky Cynthia A. Walsh Scholarship Scott Weiss David A. Lourie Lodge, Knights of Pythias Hyman S. Kramer Memorial Scholarship Joseph Burke David Weeks Memorial Scholarship Steven Murray Detective John P. Sousa Memorial Scholarship Given by the Blue Knights, Inc., Mass. Chapter I Nanci Lerner Donna DiStefano Memorial Scholarship Lisa Rossi Dr. Appleton C. Woodward Memorial Scholarship Megan Harrington Dr. Charles H. Gray Memorial Scholarship Claudia Barry E. LeRoy and Betty F. Clark Memorial Scholarship Jay Seliber Edward L. Parent Memorial Scholarship Monica McKinnon Edwin A. Jones Prizes (2) Jay Seliber and Daphne Norton Fred Sarah Lipsky Achievement Scholarships (2) LeeAnn Bradley and Robert Silverstein Fred C. Phillips Memorial Scholarship Scott Weiss Frederick Conley Memorial Scholarship Given by AM Vets Post ffl977 Lorraine Marie Taylor Friends of Cynthia M. Bradbury, Michael F. Lee, and Charles C. Tucker Scholarships Dayna Woolley Susan McNamara Kristine Desmond Friends of William Pastman Scholarship Sheri Hewson Gibbons School PTA Scholarship Allison Freeman Harry N. Landman Memorial Scholarships (2) Donated by Wyman Jewelers of Stoughton, MA Alexandra Dijak and Michael Foley Heath Consultants Scholarship in Memory of Milton W. Heath, Senior Sharon Burtman Irene Gay Memorial Scholarship Donated by the New England Sinai Jaycees Patrice Batchelder James Edelstein Memorial Scholarship Andrea Collins John L. Donnelly Memorial Scholarship Thomas Wahl Joseph DeVito Memorial Scholarship Tina Doucette K. of C. Lt. Kenneth Donahue Memorial Scholarship Edward Wolf Kenneth Donahue Memorial Scholarship Given by the Class of 1935 Michele Guilfoyle Kenneth C. Fine Memorial Scholarship Rene Bleau League of Women Voters of Stoughton Scholarship Sheri Hewson Lodge Alessandro Volta No. 1712, Sons of Italy Scholarship Peter Gay Mass. Catholic Woman ' s Guild-Stoughton Branch-Scholarship Diane Walsh Michael Romanuk VFW Post No. 1645 Scholarships (16) Richard Andrews Maryann Mootos Candace Fisher Christina Ransom David Gabriel Michele Rodrigues Maureen Gregor Paulo Santos Catherine Homer Joyce Stephansky Maria Ladeira Diane Walsh Nanci Lerner Michael Walter Lance Levy Cindy Yarmaloff Mrs. Brenda Harrington English Scholarship Jay Seliber Mr. Mrs. Ottavio Galasso, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Christine Baker Nora Elmer H. Southworth History Scholarship Maurice Leger North Elementary School PTO Outstanding Citizen Scholarship Amy Cotter JUNE 1986 SHS SENIOR FINALE Class of 1986 Old Stoughton Musical Society Scholarship Maryann Mootos Paul M. Goulston Memorial Scholarship David Miller Portuguese National Club of Stoughton Scholarship Michele Rodrigues Randolph Savings Bank Scholarship Kathleen Kelleher Robert Ferrera Memorial Scholarship Maryann Mootos and Joyce Stephansky Roxie ' s Market Award ' Timothy Devine Save Our Stoughton Scholarship Diane Walsh Shalit Family Mathematics Scholarship Jay Seliber Shav mut Mills Division of R. H. Wyner Associates, Inc. Scholarship Jodi Rudman Shaw ' s Market Scholarship Andrew Bank Simeone Stone Corporation Scholarship Stephen Butler South Elementary School PTO Scholarship Dennis Lyons Stoughton Art Association Scholarship Susan Nestor Stoughton Assn. for Exceptional Citizens Scholarship Kathleen Kime Stoughton Boosters Club Scholarships (2) Sheila Jackman and Todd Levine Stoughton Chamber of Commerce - James A. Kell Samuel Eager Memorial Scholarships Ilisa Schwartz and Steven Graber Stoughton Chapter National Honor Society Awards Stacey Blacker Deanna Raphel Carla Rodrigues Stoughton Fair Housing Human Rights Assn. Scholarships (2) Jongalin Davison and Tory Thorpe Stoughton High School Music Scholarships (2) James Parker and Joyce Stephansky Stoughton High School Student Council Scholarships (2) Steven Murray and David Shalit Stoughton High School Thespian Scholarships (2) Maryann Mootos and Richard Waddleton Stoughton Historical Society - John E. Flynn Mem. Award Ste ven Murray Stoughton Jaycees Scholarship Ronald DiMatteo Stoughton Lions Club Scholarship (2) Eric Kramer and Daphne Norton Stoughton Little League Scholarships In Memory of David Catalano and Paul Pushee (2) Sheila Jackman and William Maloney Stoughton Lodge No. 72, 1.O.O.F. Scholarship Timothy Devine Stoughton Lodge No. 150, Knights of Pythias Myron E. Garber Award Rachel Kell Stoughton Minerva Lodge, Daughters of Italy Scholarship Pia Lalli Stoughton P.T.A. Scholarship Paul Sarnie Stoughton Public Works Employees Assn. Scholarship Susan Cody Stoughton Rotary Club Scholarship Maryann Mootos Stoughton School Secretaries Clerks Assn. Scholarship Stacey Blacker Stoughton Teachers Assoc. Scholarships (4) Kathleen Kelleher Julie Tibets Daphne Norton Amy Walent Stoughton Woman ' s Club Scholarships (2) Amy Cotter and Laura Stevens Stoughton Youth Athletic Club Scholarship In Memory of Mr. Robert Klim Daniel Reardon Thomas J. Herron, Jr., Memorial Scholarship Lance Levy Tracy R. Madan Memorial scholarship Michael Aloupis Village Mall Merchants Assoc. Scholarship David Gabriel William A. McNamara Scholarship Marc Gillette William R. Perdigao Memorial Scholarship Karen Havlin Stoughton High School Allison Freeman Maria Fortuna Daphne Norton Jay Seliber David Shalit Claudia Barry Sharon Burtman Amy Cotter Kathleen Coe Christine Tardanico Lorraine Taylor Megan Harrington Rachel Kell Scholarship Fund Awards (26) Joseph Burke Susan Cody Peter Gay Michele Guilfoyle Kathleen Kelleher Eric Kramer Maurice Leger Monica McKinnon Maryann Mootos Paul Sarnie Robert Silverstein Julie Tibets Edward Wolf PAGE 38 SHS SENIOR FINALE JUNE 1986 Good Luck to the Class of ' 86 from the Class of 1987 The Class of 1986 expresses its deep appreciation to Mr. Edward Weiner for his Outstanding and Understanding Guidance Good Luck Seniors Susy Creamcheese and Joe Studdly BEST WISHES from Blackwell Studios Your official photographer STUDENT COUNCIL SALUTES Mrs. Ellen Griffin Maurice Leger and all the Officers and Reps of the Class of ' 86 Best Wishes to the Class of ' 86 from the Business Education Dept. Good-bye Seniors . , . We ' ll never forget you in the Chorus Jazz Choir Band Show Choir Stagehand Musicals Music Education Dept. The English Department Salutes Daphne Norton Eng. Ach. Medal Eric Kramer Joe Serpa Robert Silverstein NCTE Nominees Congratulations Seniors from the Class of ' 88 Best of Luck from the Drill Team and Majorettes Good Luck 86 We ' re getting there! Class of 1989 JUNE 1986 SHS SENIOR FINALE PAGE 39 The Class of 1986 thanks... • Laura Cullen • Sheila Jackman • William Delaney • Lance Levy Ron DiMatteo • Tina Doucette Jennifer Marotta • Irene McLeod • Pam Panek Who guided our Class 1982-1986 " Break a Leg " SHS DRAMATICS Salutes The Class of 1986 GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1986 FROM THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY GOOD LUCK BEST WISHES TO THE FINEST GROUP OF PEOPLE I ' VE EVER WORKED WITH. I ' M PROUD OF ALL OF YOU. Your Iriend advisor, uJjL HAPPY GRADUATION MICHAEL 86 The asi one LOVE FROM . Butch 70 • Jerry ' 71 • George ' 76 . Patty ' 77 • Nancy ' 79 • Susan ' 81 Thanks Mom Dad Batte (Class of 1944) We Care . . . WYMAN JEWELERS INC. 344-5000 PAGE 40 SHS SENIOR FINALE JUNE 1986 What ' s In A Name? WE HAVE A Anderson Baker Bank Barry Batchel der Bee k Berg Bi shop Bl acker Bl eau Bl eech Brad 1 ey Brady Brown Burns But 1 er Car 1 ton Carrol 1 Carter CI ark Col 1 i ns Costa Cotter Davi son Devi ne Di rector Dunne Fal so Fi nn Fi sher Fl ei schman For tun a Gi bson Gi 1 1 ette Gol d stone Gr eenspoon Gui 1 -f oy 1 e Hal 1 Hi nes Honier Jefferson Kane Kast Kennedy Lalli Ler ner Levy Lyons McCarthy McLeod Ml 1 1 er Murphy Nunes BUT NO Li ttle Bread Money Man i 1 ow Groom Coor s Ice Car di nal Decker Hi 1 Is CI or o ; Sears Bunch Char lie No; ' , em a Maid Doorman Chr i stmas Reagan Milky Ways Phi 1 Rica Welcome Back Har 1 ey Ri ght- Producer Begun Tr uthso Fl i pper s Pr ice Mar gar i ne Tel 1 er Wh i r 1 pool Atra Fl i ntstone Si 1 ver war e Tinfoil Spi r i t Ketchup Baseh i t Memor i al Candy Crew Senator Pop Teacher Ta;; Ti ger 5 Hear i ngs Si 1 ver Lining Hiah Life Law Mi dni ghts WE HAVE A Norton Panek Papa-g-no Pearl Pi dgeon Rob i nson Rodger s Rossi Russel 1 Sai gal Santos Sheedy Si 1 ver stei n Sousa Spear i n Spencer Sp i c k 1 er Steward Sul 1 i van Tammaro Tobi n Tr embl ay Uni Wahl Walent Watson Wax Wei ss Wi nters BUT NO Kr amden Button Pi zza Oyster Carr i er Crusoe Hammer stei n Mart i ni Cattle Hanoi Claus Al ka-Sel tzer Tef 1 on Marches Harpoon Not for hire Spackl er Wi ne Cel 1 ar Stadi um Today Br i dge Shi ver Verse Ber 1 i n Almond Sherlock Candl e Dumb Summers □N We THE OTHER have a. . . Johnson Perry Dr ugqe Fowl er Spi 1 1 berg Tayl or Willi ams Ware HAND And we also have a. Johnson Mason Pushee Fi scher Stevens Smi th Berg Wol f e T E 7 Fatm S 155 ftoramwq " A man ' s real possession is his memory. In nothing else is he rich, in nothing else is he poor. " ALEXANDER SMITH As in the case with all life ' s experiences, what we take with us from our high school years are our memories. We carry with us remembrances of the sights and sounds of Stoughton High . . . the bells . . . the PA announcements . . . the moment of silence . . . the cheery ' hi and the depressing frown . . . the wins and the losses . . . We remember the courses we liked and the courses we didn ' t like, the electives we picked, and the ones we were somehow picked for ... Commons and the Snack Bar . . . the despressing C — that we didn ' t expect and the joyful C — that we didn ' t expect . . . And — those vacations . . . the sched- uled vacations that didn ' t come often enough and the unscheduled " breaks " in the year ' s monotony, the snow storms and hurricanes and the ever-welcome " Follow- ing are changes in today ' s schedule ... " We remember not only friends we hope to keep forever but we also remember friends that, sadly, we shall have to keep forever only in our memories . . . Shakespeare said, " I count myself in nothing else happy as in a soul remember- ing my good friends " . . . To our good friends and to our good memories, the ' 86 STOTONIAM dedicates its opening section, an album of memory pictures. IPSWICH m HI6H SCHOOL — I . . . . 60ES1 HOME -3 5 a Very Good Year " — FRANK SINATRA 11 As time goes on I realize just THE CLASS OF 1986 18 Officers • 65 Homecoming 20 Seniors • 66 Powderpuff 57 In Memoriam • 68 Donkey Basketball 58 Spring 1 985 • 70 Class Collage 60 Senior Superlatives DEDICATION We Salute . . . . . . The hard-working class officers, particularly Ronnie DIMatteo, Pam Panek, and Irene McLeod who served ' 86 for three years each. . . . The " brains " of ' 86: Daphne Norton and Jay Seliver . . . The " royalty " of ' 86: Monica McKinnon (Junior Prom), Laura Stevens (Homecoming) . . . The " rep " of ' 86: Maurice Leger (State Advisory Board, Youth Ad- visory Committee, School Committee) . . . The " tourist " of ' 86: Richard Waddleton, who commuted from California to be in " Hello, Dolly " and to graduate with the class. . . . Every ' 86 Senior: May all hopes be realized, and all peeves be petty; may happiness become a habit and everlasting peace a reality. 17 RONALD DiMATTEO TO THE CLASS OF 1986: I would like to thank the class in letting me serve as president of the best class that has ever graduated from Stoughton High. It has been quite an experience working with such a unique and spirited class. 1 am also proud to say that every ac- tivity has been a huge success. Activities ranging from Donkey Basketball to the Powderpuff Foot- ball Game would not have been successful if not for the cooperation of the class membership. 1 would like to thank all the class officers who ever served the class for their dedication and sup- port. I would like to express deep appreciation to Mrs. Casserly, and especially Mr. Weiner, for their advice and guidance in all that we did. To each member of the Class of 1986, con- gratulations and good luck in your future endeavors. RONALD J. DiMATTEO OFFICERS 1985-86 President Ronald DlMatteo Vice-President Sheila Jackman Secretary Tina Doucette Treasurer Jennifer Marotta SHEILA JACKMAN 1984-85 President Pam Panek Vice-President Ronald DiMatteo Secretary Sheila Jackman Treasurer Irene McLeod 1983-84 President Pam Panek Vice-President Ronald DiMatteo Secretary Laura Cullen Treasurer Irene McLeod 1982-83 President William Delaney Vice President Lance Levy Secretary Pam Panek Treasurer Irene McLeod MR. EDWARD WEINER TO THE CLASS OF 1986: The past three years working with the Class of 19 have been the most enjoyable and rewarding years of m teaching career. Through many of our experiences, I hav come to know so many of you ' very well. These relation ships are very special to me. I hope that they mean much to you as they do to me. The Class of 1986 is like family. We ' re always there for each other. Remember all the work for spirit halls, the car wash Pizza Hut, the Homecoming Spaghetti Supper, th Donkey Basketball games, the Winter Dances, the cand cane sale, all the M M sales, the ski trips, the Junio Prom at Lantana, the class trip, the Senior Prom at th. Sheraton Tara and, of course, all the Wednesday after noon meetings. When I think of the Class of 1986, I am so proud of yoi — your enthusiasm, your spirit, and your determinatior to succeed. I will always cherish our friendships and all tht memories. I wish all of you all the happiness and succes that you so richly deserve. With love and best wishes. EDWARD M. WEINE ;es! M SEf 18 TINA DOaCETTE JENNIFER MAROTTA ' tt and Steve, a friendly duo, wine and dine at a il gourmet establishment. Seniors try to " bridge " the generation gap in Mr. (Michael) Carey ' s physics class. 19 JAMES ANDRADE RICHARD A. ANDREWS LORl M. ARBIT MICHAEL J. ALOGPIS Mike, Loop . . . Laid back, easy going . . . Peeves: Late people, the T- Biro, the boys, busy signals . . .Favorites: " Hey buddy, " " get out of town, " Domino ' s pizza, wrestling . . . Memories: 10 19 83, nights in McD ' s parking lot, 12 7 85, time spent with Pam . . . Plans: College . . . Lots of thanks to Mom and Dad. JOSE N. ALVES Joe . . . Loud, athletic, moody . . . Peeves: Homework, Mondays, stupid jokes, soccer practice . . . Favorites: Van Halen, Rolling Stones, pizza, soccer, drafting, " To Live and Die in LA " . . . Memories: Thanksgiving with Donna in ' 85, soccer State Tournament twice, English class with Maria, early Thursday with friends . . . Plans: College, soccer, drafting, to be a millionaire . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. JAMES ANDRADE Jim . . . Quiet, crazy . . . Peeves: Slow drivers, cool mornings . . . Favorites: Commons, shop, food, steak . . . Plans: School, work, marriage. MICHELLE L. ANDREWS Mish, Mishee . . . gullible, giddy . . . Peeves: Waiting, 12:00, virus . . . Favorites: Cheering, Hampton, spa . . . Memories: TP-ing, 3 9 85, off a cliff, summer of ' 85, 1 1 16 85 — " meow, " . Lady Di ' s pep talks, b-ball bus rides, " " Karen, I ' m gonna kill you! " , 1 1:55 at Ames, being with Michael, Charles always in my heart . . . Thanks megamoos, you ' re the best, thanks for putting up with me . . . Mom and Dad, 1 love you! RICHARD ANDREWS Richi, Rich . . . Sarcastic, gullible . . . Peeves: Back seat blues, empty tank, family vacations, physics . . . Favorites: The Firm, Night Ranger. 4 good times with Boush, McGov, Gus, JB, Stubby, Brian, and Dave, Friday night, " fresh " . . . Memories: Feb. vacation ' 85, spring track, . . . Plans: To take the ' 29 out for a spin, Gniversity of Lowell, become a " rich " engineer . . . Love and thanks. Mom and Dad. LORl MICHELLE ARBIT Lou, Lor, Pih . . . Peeves: Practices, arguments out of proportion . . . Memories: Route 27 with Lisa, Bermuda, Mew York ' 85, " oh scooby doo " , junior prom, special times with John, everlasting friendships with Cin, Charles, field hockey, " " with the girls, " tennis tourney. 8 1 1 85, beach party, one special night with Kristin and Cindy . . . Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you. DAVID JON ARONSON Dave . . . Hard working, considerable, impatient . . . Peeves: Monday mornings, boredom, SATs . . . Favorites: Late nights out, Chinese food, " say something, " Friday Night, " shut up, " . Las Vegas . . . Memories: Capriccios, shooting pool at the clubhouse, long friendships, Florida, growing up with Laura . . . Plans: To go to college and live a long, happy, and successful life . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. MICHELLE L. ANDREWS DAVID J. ARONSON 20 SCOTT M. AROMSON ANDREW BANK MICHELLE DENISE AYLWARD CHRISTINE A. BAKER PATRICE A. BATCHELDER SCOTT ARONSON Scooter, Scotty Tissue, Goldfinger . . . Moody, well-dressed, late . . . Peeves: Driving with no destination, snowstorms on weekends . . . Favorites; Ask me if 1 care, " Oh, well that ' s life, " relax . . . Memories: Summer at Cape Cod, ' 77 Omega, ' 80 Cougar, ' 82 Camaro, disagreements with Erik, Chess King, Tanorama, (JSY . . . What ' s next? ... I miss you guys already. Mom, Dad, Wayne, Kim and of course Shabu and Tiamo, love ya! MICHELLE DENISE ALYWARD Chell, Chella, Woman . . . Blunt, hyppa, outgoing . . . Peeves: Working, rainy weekends, no money, saying goodbye, the red coat, the Monza . . . Favorites: Eagles, Mowtown, snow days, vacations, the beach, summer nights, waterskiing . . . Memories: Summer of ' 84, talks with Marcia (thanks), friends forever . . . Kathy, Marcia, Carla . . . 6 21 85, 4 yrs on the swim team with Monica, the day after . . . Thanks, Mom and Jack, 1 love you both! CHRISTINE A. BAKER Chris . . . Sarcastic, absent-minded, " always right " . . . Peeves: G-hr., moody people. Moo! . . . Memories: Drill team (Turkey Day ' 85 in the mud!), CYO ski trips, the little family, " Gotta run!, " 1 20 84, 5 2-3 85, Friday morning munchkins, Shaw ' s 12, ' dance ' to the " Rhythm of the Might, " . . . " The best of times " with Susan, Claudia, and Allison . . . Love and thanks to family and friends. ANDREW S. BANK Anju, Gik . . . Mellow . . . Peeves: Rats, physics, Shaw ' s, morning afters . . . Favorites: Roocs, dubs, Mins, G-2, Bruce, Police . . . Midnight golfing, reeb, heist, partying with the gang, Kay and Rey, Bivin, labor days, the sight, ' 85 ski trips, cheering, " I ' m just lookin ' for a date, " camping in Maine, math with Herb, C-69 . . . Thanks to Mom, Dad, and everyone else. AMY LYNN BARBATO Barbato, Amy (1), Bobbsey 1 . . . Peeves: Mondays, no car, groundation, rainy days . . . Favorites: " Orange whip, " 10 5 85 Rick, Peter 9 25 85, Jenn, John, and Peter, " WHAT?, " " here I am Kubby " . . . Memories: Brack with Amy (2), Lauren ' s wedding, disappearing acts! ... To become an architect, getting married! Thanks Ma and Dad, family and friends. CLAUDIA M. BARRY Claud, Cloe . . . Sensitive, gullible . . . Peeves: Crowded hallways, " moo- moo " . . . Memories: CYO ski trips. Bruins, 6 20 85 . . . Friday munchkins, borrowed pens . . . " what? " wild! . . . Claudius 1, " gotta run " . . . Madonna, Crescent Ridge, Bruce Springteen, late nights with the cat . . . " Sorry " . . . " Give it up, " " Borderline, " 5 2-3 85, good times with Allison; Chris and Susan . . . Love and thanks to family and friends. PATRICE A. BATCHELDER Batch, Tricey . . . Moody, sensitive, athletic . . . Peeves: Busy phones, " what? " being rushed. Daddy ' s girl, D370, deadlines . . . Favorites: " Don ' t you! " U2, Genesis, Journey . . . Memories: Pizza, summer ' 85, field hockey 82-85, the expeditions . . . Goof . . . David 3 16 85, prom, 8 28 83, 1 1 16 85 . . . Nothing every lasts forever ... To go to college. Love to Mom and Dad, family and friends. MICHAEL W. BATTE Beetle . . . Sarcastic, a pain, bothersome . . . Peeves: Waiting for late people, no-weekends, no time for important things . . . Favorites: Baseball, not working. Commons with Killer, traveling to see family, sports with the guys . . . Memories: 5-25-85, psychology with Douc and Rona, Vegas, California, Grand Canyon, brother ' s championship game, become a drafter . . . Thanks, Ma and Dad, the last finally made it!! AMY L. BARBATO CLAGDIA M. BARRY MICHAEL W. BATTE 21 INGRID BECK ROBERT S. BENTO ARTHUR BERG SCOTT DEAM BERLER SUZANNE BISHOP RENE BLEAU INGRID BECK Ingy . . . Friendly, quiet, emotional . . . Peeves: Roxie ' s, fights . . . Favorites: Prince, single cheese, diet coke. Purple Rain . . . Memories: F-hour, Commons, summer of ' 85, the V club. Canton, Gran Torino, Cindy . . . Thanks to Lucy and Chris for being there and special thanks to my Mom. ROBERT BENTO Rob, Bo, Bozo . . . Friendly, shy, lazy . . . Peeves: Mo money, bad tips . . . Favorites: Maiden, Boston, " Feelin ' satisfied, " " long time, " being alone with Wendy, " heaven, " football, 5-15-85, " foxbusters, " " Kohuna, " . . . Good luck and thanks to Wendy, Rich, Spoon, Mike ' s, Jerry, Fig, Big " D " ... I love you, Mom and Dad. SCOTT DEAN BERLER Berls . . . Peeves: Late people, no tunes, SAT ' s . . . Favorites: Oldies, B-52, tennis, drive through Spa, yearbook material, Delta 88, I get around, " lama, " movie talk . . Memories: Capehouse with guys ' 84, chem with Muzz, " it ' s on your lip, the boat ride, " hanging with Ed Mac and Spence . . . South bound ... I love you, Mom and Dad. PAULA J. BISHOP La, Buffy, Paula . . . Sensitive, moody, carefree . . . Peeves: waiting, " lugnuts, " my thorn . . . Favorites: 55, Paul — 6 12 84, Barnstable — 6 12 85, cheering 83-86, being Lori ' s mechanic . . . Memories: Florida, Mattie, goosewing w Ria, Michelle-D, Anthony ' s w Lori, city lights, 15 years at the studio, memories of Charles . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Tim and Paul. STACEY ANN BLACKER Stace, Rifka . . . Moody, gullible, friendly . . . Peeves: Feet, waiting, being tickled, morning jazz band, history . . . Favorites: Jay, Jazz Band, band, surprises, sleeping late . . . Memories: 2 4 84, 8 4 85, special times with Jay, Toronto, Phili, Oklahoma, Annie, Hello Dolly, Florida, the sandbox, the crew . . . " Ready? 1, 2, 3 " . . . " You don ' t even know! " ... To be happy and successful . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. RENE BLEAU Hey Bleaul-Beaver . . . Conservative, loveable, responsible . . . Peeves: Rainy Mondays, cliques, SAT ' s . . . Memories: Big brothers, " Guido, " homecoming at Kathy ' s, sing-a-longs at organ with friends, hiding behind Joe, popcorn and ovaltine, screamin ' and jammin ' thru life, sacrifice your body, Kathy ' s cottage. Fort Lauderdale in April . . . Thanks to family and friends. DEBBIE BLEECH Michael, Lace . . . Bashful, sarcastic, confused . . . Peeves: Monday mornings, two-faced ignorant people, backstabbers . . . Favorites: Pizza, C ' est la vie, Michael Jackson, Prince, Vanity, Klymax, the family-nothing compares 2-G, the ladder, CoCo, JoJo, Ice " T " , montez, Toni, Mardie . . . Memories: 10 24 85, 1 1 26 85 . . . Plans: College Paris ... All my love to God, my family . . . Thanks to my Aunt and Gncle. PAULA BISHOP STACEY A. BLACKER DEBBIE BLEECH 22 CAROL BOaCHER JEAN MARIE BRADBURY ANNE BRADY 1 JAMES L. BOaSHELL KRISTIN BOWMAN STEPHEN D. BRENNAN CAROL A. BOUCHER Cie Bie . . . Sensitive, outgoing, talkative . . . Peeves: 8:00 till 2:09, snobs, friends that pretend to be that are really not, warm beers . . . Favorites: Bob Segar, partying. Pink Floyd, being w fun people, 10 82, 3 16 85, southeast corner, glamour girls, good times w Micheal, Memories of Dad . . . Plans: College, become successful . . . Thanks to my family for all their support, I love you. JAMES L. BOGSHELL Boush, Boushka . . . Friendly, talkative, athletic . . . Peeves: C ' mon, broken plans, pinches, half-times, five more minutes, tortlinis . . . Favorites: Football, putting, gov s voice, pizza, triumph, Boston . . . Memories: Seventeen, Cape ' 84 with Gus, 10 5 85, Janice, " not too fast officer, " 12 7 85, " what color bulbs? " 10 16 85 . . . Plans: College, own business . . . Thank you. Mom, Dad, and family. KRISTIN MARIE BOWMAN Bo, Bowie . . . Peeves: Bobby s temper, yuckas, mornings, school . . . Favorites: The after scratch, cheering, my parties, forever with Bobby, 6-22-85, 1 1-28-85 . . . Memories: The deadly green case, taking care of Mona, the spa, PC Life, special talks with Steph, my poor car . . . Love and thanks to my family and Bobby. JEAN MARIE BRADBGRY Bradbum, Jean . . . Lazy, gullible, easygoing . . . Peeves: Powder Puff, fights with the man, daddy ' s girl, cliques, school, 7, hangovers . . . Memories: Jackie, 6 15 85, 8 23 85, Beat-Street, swimteam, summer ' 85, 8 28 83, " Geek, " pizza, good times with Debby, Julie and the Ding-Dong girls, 1-4-3 Jackie ... All my love to Mom, Dad, and family. LEE ANN BRADLEY Lee, Brad . . . Sensitive, moody, enthusiastic . . . Peeves: no toilet paper, smelly feet, brother Jim . . . Memories: Hampton ' 83, NH ski trip, " Betty, Please " . . . Special times with Gary 2 23 84, Meponset boating, 18th birthday goblin, power puff . . . Love and thanks to Mom, Dad, and Jim . . . the Megamoo ' s too. ANNE MARIE BRADY Anne, Annie . . . Lazy, gullible, shy . . . Peeves; Black Sabbath on my radio, " Empty, " cliques, " the Big Brawls " . . . Memories: Riverside with Ria ' 84, " Can you drive with one hand? " Daddy Bob, Seekonk " who ' s partying? " " who ' s running out of gas on the line? " Dave: 8 18 84, 9 15 85, 8 18 85 E hr. w Christina, Jerry, and Paul . . . Special thanks and Love to Dolly Dave, I love you Mom, Dad, and Brian. STEPHEN D. BRENNAN Sarge . . . Friendly, easygoing, funny . . . Peeves: no money, phony people, rainy weekends . . . favorites: Skiing, long weekends, summer . . . Plans: To join the Marines and live a happy life . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad SHELLY BROWN Sparky, Mousa . . . Anything for a laugh . . . Peeves: Posers, " blue lights and warm beer " . . . Favorites: Good times at the circle. Heavy Metal, Heaven, pizza and cold beer. Commons . . . Memories: The Cape with Sheryl ' 83, Celebrations, Fort Lauderdale . . . Plans: " Enjoy life, " Much love to family and friends, see ya! LEE ANN BRADLEY SHELLY ANN BROWN 23 TAMMI PATRICE BURNS STEPHEN BUTLER JAMES D. BRYANT JOSEPH P. BGRKE GERALD CAPOZZOLI JAMES D. BRYANT JB, Chuck . . . Peeves: Falling off cars, McCabe at parties, motorcycles . . . Favorites: The Who, " Tommy, " the real me, Chevelle, pounding . . . Memories: 4th of July, Barbs, Camp Bernie, sleeping in the Chevelle, the rock, Mr. Bee, ADAP, " Hey Mike, where ' s Paul? " Tony ' s accident, Charles . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. TAMMI PATRICE BURNS T, Baby T . . . Loud, fresh, crazy . . . Peeves: Prejudiced people, two- faced people, mornings . . . Favorites: Whitney Houston, Sheila, Five Star, Ready for the World, good times with Maribel 84-86 and more to come, " kick It to the curb, " let me be the one ... Go to college, get married, and have a family. SHARON ELLEN BURTMAN Shar . . . Vivacious, dedicated, determined . . . " We can do it, team!, " " Winning ' s Fun! " . . . Memories: Chess team ' 82- 86, French, BASIC, Sci-Fairs and Regionals ' 83 and ' 84, NHS, Spanish E-hr., 2 5 83, 10 27 85, Philly in June . . . college, success, happiness . . . Love and thanks. Mom and Dad. STEPHEN T. BUTLER Steve . . . Quiet, Sarcastic, shy . . . Peeves: No car, " them " . . . Favorites: " Chicago, " " Latin III, " " the green bomber, " " the fur collar, " " big 3, " " Chem. II . . . Memories: Newport " 83, Toronto " 84, Band, New York, Dedham Cinema . . . Plans: College, engineering. Thanks, Mom and Dad. WENDY ANN CALLAHAN Jovial, enthusiastic, determined . . . Peeve: Change in plans . . . Favorites: Hot dogs, sports, being the torch bearer in " 85 Special Olympics, bowling . . . To live a full and happy life. GERALD R. CAPOZZOLI Jerry, Cap, Cappa, Caveman, Heraldo . . . Shy, friendly, careless . . . Peeve: Rush . . . Favorites: Boston, football, " hoop, " beach, the boat . . . Memories: " Times to remember, " summer at the cape, 5 85. bumper hop, Monte Carlos, " " fire, " Odyssey, trace, " " madman, " Rob, Fig, Mike, Robi . . . Thanks, Ma and Dad. PATRICE A. CARBONE Patsi . . . Sensitive, outgoing . . . Peeves: Traffic. Sunday drivers, KISS 108 . . . Favorites: Motley Crue, B-3rd, Schneider parties, OZ, " rowf- ahh, ' " " Missy Heaver, " " " moo, bang, you re a jacket!, " " pool, " 50 bucks, " old Mustangs, secret recipes, space, floor vents, " twanging the twongs " . . . Memories: 6 16 84, 10 6 84, 8 3 84, Boston " 84. Ratt-n- roll " 85, water fight at DW . . . Thanks to Mom Dad. STEPHEN M. BURNS SHARON ELLEN BURTMAN WENDY ANN CALLAHAN PATRICE A. CARBONE 24 JGDY CARLTOM SHAROM CARROLL SaSAN ANN CARROLL HOWARD W. CARTER LINDA J. COCKCROFT JGDITH ANN CARLTON Jude, Jules, Judy, Tootie . . . sensitive, moody, possessive . . . Peeves; 6 a.m. at Wendy ' s, snobs, two-faced people, cliques, broken hearts . . . Favorites: " Funny Face, " " Ooh my God, " " Get a Life, " summer of ' 85 . . . Memories: Steph and Tricia, I ' ll always love ya!. Junior Prom of ' 85, Tim, Blue Hills with Julie and Mary . . .Plans: college, be successful . . . To my family and friends, thanks for being there, Mom and Dad I love you!. SHARON LEE CARROLL Sha, Sue ' s other half . . . Sarcastic, loud, open-minded . . . Peeves: Friends that aren ' t, nothing to do, unkept promises . . . Favorites: Boston, Shining Star, Waylon, fried clams . . . Memories: 10 3 85, Beach w guys, camp and the crew, weekends at Mary ' s, Jr. Prom, summer of ' 84, time may have been short but the memories will last forever . . . Plans: To be healthy, happy and live life to fullest . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, I love you! SGSAN ANN CARROLL Sue, Sha ' s other half, buddy, fatty, L ' il Sue . . . Spunky, mischievous, loveable . . . Peeves: Liars, sneaks, snobs . . . Favorites: Mom, Jim, Scott, true friends, rocking chair, sarge, my Camaro . . . Memories: 1 10 85, 10 3 85, Charlene, 10 1 85 B-52 s concert ... Plans: Marriage to Jim, be happy. Love to Mom, Dad, Char, Jim. HOWARD W. CARTER Howie, quiet, friendly . . . Peeves: Getting up in the morning . . . Favorites: Computers, basketball, bowling, music, cards . . . Memories: Florida ' 83, summer camp. Holiday Inn, the track . . . Plans: College, become successful . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. VICTORIA LYNNE CLARK Vicki, Vic . . . quiet, temperamental, crazy . . . Peeves: Cliques, condemning people for being different, rainy days, Mondays . . . Favorites: Peter, vacations, sleeping late, spring . . . Memories: 7 27 85, times out with the gang, 10 31 83 . . . Plans: To become an accountant . . . Thanks to Mom, Dad, and friends. LINDA J. CROCKCROFT Crazy, sensitive, moody, flirtatious . . . Peeves: Waiting, good-byes, friends who aren ' t, hang-ups . . . Favorites: Strawberries and whip cream, " You can do Magic, " midnight talks, " I ' m so confused " . . . Memories: 6 23 84, 7 28 85, 12 15 85, 12,19,85, summers of ' 83- 85. " The Nuttie Bunch, " " Sweet 16, " " Gorm, " Jr. Prom, Marshall ' s . . . Plans: Be successful, get married . . . Love and thanks. Mom and Dad, and especially Barb, " I ' ll miss you, guys " !! SGSAN C. CODY Sue, Suzy Q . . . Peeves: Diets, leotards, " daddy ' s girl, " 107.9 . . . Favorites: Swimming, gymnastics . . . Deeeep! . . . " The Boss, " goofy, Suntan, the beach . . . Swim team ' 84, " I don ' t wanna work, " " what?!, " " really " . . . Club Med . . . Love and thanks to family and friends. VICTORIA CLARK SGSAN CODY 25 KATHLEEN COE CHERYL COHEN DIANE M. COHENNO ANDREA DENISE COLLINS ROBERT W. CONSTANTIN JAMES L. COSTA JR. KATHLEEN COE Kitty, Kit, Crasli . . . Gullible, spastic, talkative . . . Peeves; Monday morning, riding on " E " warm buds, g oodbyes . . . Favorites: Springsteenism, " get a life!, " " way to be!, " CYO, skiing with Mish, Dee, Slime Kime, majorettes, good times with the " clique, " crash row with Beak and Salazar, getting hyper with Gleason, cliff diving for Rial, talks with shmoe, junior prom . . . Love and thanks to Mom, Dad and the guy with the eye. CHERYL COHEN Chip, Chez . . . Friendly, sincere . . . Favorites: Madonna, Newports, pens, cheese, " understanding? " almond, 7-5-85, Bobby s pool, parties, scootch, 8-2-85, limo, best times with best friends Law Donna, Cath (my sis) Jules, " Don ' t get bent, " Love ya Dayna . . . Plans; " To save the world, " Thanks to everyone who cared. DIANE M. COHENNO Di . . . Gullible, stubborn, mouthy . . . Peeves: Being yelled at, waiting and time . . . Favorites: Suzi, taking trips, the big red bow tie and sleeping . . . Memories; Onset ' 83, rockin ' the boat with old ladies, this night will never come again, California, forgetting, endless partying, stumbling in . . . What ' s the worst they can do? . . . 9 7 85, Suzi, we had a blast! . . . Thanks for putting up with us. Mom and Dad, I love you! ANDREA DENISE COLLINS An, Annie, Andy . . . Friendly, guillible, happy . . . Peeves; Gossip, dis- organization, pats on the head . . . Favorites; Purple, Chinese food. Prince, Celtics, unicorns, tennis . . . Memories; Kiss party, 5 2 85, Cape Cod, Virginia, California, 56, espanol, Atlanta, Kevin . . . Plans; To be successful and happy ... I love you. Mom and Dad, My love to you, Steph and Jen. JOYCE CONNOLLY Friendly, guillible, lazy . . . Peeves; Being rushed, waiting . . . Favorites; Aerosmith, Partying, " Gs 3 " . . . Memories; Good times with Kara, Jaimy and Jackie, late night escapes with Kara, Bryan Adams concert 9 85, arrested 10 31 84, weekends with us 8 , . . Love and thanks to family and friends. ANTHONY COSTA Tony . . . Athletic, fun-loving, quiet . . . Peeves; Getting up, sprints . . . Favorite; Soccer, live life to its fullest . . . Memories: Senior year . . . Plans; College, then the working world. JAMES L. COSTA JR. Jim, Jimmy . . . Athletic, quiet, thankful . . . Peeves; Mondays, school food . . . Favorites: Van Halen, Scorpions, big city night, soccer, Italian food, architectural drafting . . . Memories; Playing soccer, making it to the state tournament twice . . . Plans: Study architecture, pro-soccer . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. MARIA M. COSTA " Chuck, " Geep, Rea . . . Loud, easy-going, happy . . . Peeves: " Spins, " red lights, backstabbers . . . Favorites; Parties w the girls, cheering. " 19 . . . Memories; Forever Liz, good times w Stan 3-5-84, bathroom full of tears 4-27-85, long talks w Ace and Mr. B., boys night out, " Lace, " Long convo " s w Patty . . . Future: College, happiness . . . Keep smiling Julie, the best for Lina . . . God Bless you. Mom and Dad, I love you two! JOYCE MARIE CONNOLLY ANTHONY COSTA MARIA COSTA 26 TINA MARIE DOGCETTE ERIC P. DRGGGE WALTER M. EDGARDO CARLA ANDREIA ESTRELA TINA MARIE DOGCETTE Tee, Douce . . . Friendly, athletic, easy-going . . . Peeves: Back stabbers, things that get booped . . . Favorites: Awesome foursome, The Cape, rimmage, " Jen stand up " 44, b-ball, field hockey 82-85, Softball, " morning Lyse " . . . Memories: 3B ' s, bathroom full of tears, Charles, Fryeburg boys, great years with Shell, 3 thorned dominos, curbage in the vanage, junior prom . . . " Where ' s Lisa? " . . . Love and thanks to Mom and Dad. ERIC P. DRGGGE Ambitious, impatient, outgoing . . . Peeves: Mark-a-lot mornings, no dough, pointless arguments . . . Favorites: Can ' t fight this feeling, 4WD, 8 22 84, special times with Lisa, 143, good times with Carl, project Vega cruisin ' in the " scream, " swim team 2 3, pencils! . . . Plans: Someday finish L ' s car, go to college, be happy, successful, and have a big family . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. CHRISTOPHER B. DGNNE Dunsy, Dunz, Doonesbury . . . Favorites: Eddie and The Cruisers, Big Chill, quarts at Kristen ' s, " Volvo, " " huh what? " senior year . . . Memories: Summer ' 85, Ron and Muzz . . . Peeves: New Year ' s Eve ' 84, backstabbers, 2 years at Xaverian, Hectors Pinto and a Sunday in New Bedford . . . Plans: Go to college and write for a paper . . . Love ya. Mam and Dad. THERESA DWYER Tracy, 6 . . . Lazy, 25 . . . Peeves: John, spumoni . . . Jana ' s brawl, the pom-pom . . . Mad Malibu, batmobile . . . Hampton 84-85 . . . The virus, good times with the mega-moos . . . " Whatever, " " party, what party? " we ' re party animals, 7 3 85, 9 15 85 . . . Love to Mom and family. WALTER M. EDGARDO Ambitious, creative . . . Peeves: People who say they will, but don ' t . . . Favorites: Heart, barracuda, physics . . . Plans; T o direct and produce TV programs and to own and manage my own audio video recording studio. KIRSTEN MARIE EGERSHEIM Kirsten . . . Moody, sensitive . . . Peeves: Waiting, no money, curfews and being grounded . . . Favorites: The Doors, " Satisfaction Guaranteed, " fine, " no, do I? " Ed ' s house, " the last butt, " E-hour with Ms. Most, P-town 84, Lake Placid 85, a special friendship with Kathy, thanks for everything . . . 10-31-85, 2-10-85. CARLA ESTRELA Kiki, " Brock, " Hippy . . . Short, outgoing, smilie . . . Peeves: Socks and ignorant people, my height . . . Favorites: Summer vacations . . . Memories: Summers of 83, 84, and 85, 6-29-85, 7-28-85, 8-17-85, 10- 31-85, 1 1-1-85, McD ' s . . . Plans: Criminal psychology, Belgium-bound. TRACY DWYER KIRSTEN M. EGERSHEIM 29 MELISSA L. FINN BARRY M. FISHER LISA MARIE FALSO CHRISTINE FENTON LISA MARIE FALSO Lis, Whiney, friendly . . . Peeves: arguments for no reasons, tal ing sides . . . Favorites: Special times spent w Ed . . . Memories: Rt 27 w Lori, 7 25 83, 7 26 83, CYO ski trips, adventures w Tobe, ' loyal baseball fan, " my buddy, 4 yrs. field hockey, last w Liz.Che, a lasting friendship, miss you Charles, treasured memories of Dad . . . Thanks Mom, Uncle John, Ed, and a very special family, I love you. CHRISTINE FENTON Chris, Bean Bag (chair) . . . Wild, crazy, picky . . . Peeves: Busy signals, friends who drop friends, flat tires . . . Favorites: AC DC, Work Study, 12:30, " It ' s Cool, " Teriyaki . . . Memories: The bridge, the red pen, the blue Chevy, Theobalds, Croutons, the beach in the rain . . . Plans: To make it to the next day. STEPHEN FIGGEIRDO Figgy . . . Deaf, dumb, and blind . . . Peeves: All " so-called " music, except METAL! . . . Favorites: Maiden, Motorhead, Metallica, the 3 M ' s of life, no remorse, Eddie rules, O.K. . . . Memories: 5 25 85, you know who you are, looking over the great divide . . . Academy bound: anchors away, Class of ' 86 . . . Mom and Dad, my love can ' t be expressed in words. MELISSA L. FINN Melis, Mel . . . Talkative, sensitive, impatient . . . Peeves: Roxles, cars . . . Memories: Drill Team, The V Club, " So what? We ' re in Florida. " Christmas, pink . . . Love forever Charles and Cindy, Florida ' 85, 8 10 85, 12 4 85, junior proms, running on Pepsi parties, summer ' 84 and ' 85, " the name of the song is . . . " Plans: To be happy, love to all my friends and family . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. ROBYN FISCHER Rob . . . Lazy, moody, fun . . . Peeves: Backstabbers, working . . . Favorites: Bob Segar ' 82, good times with David, Christy ' s gang, I miss you Ricky and Michael . . . Smell ya, Jessica, Doobies . . . Plans: To move somewhere different and far away . . . Thanks, Mom. BARRY M. FISHER Friendly, talkative . . . Peeves: Getting up early, " know-it-alls " . . . Favorites: 18-wheelers, videos, music, hockey, Doritos . . . Memories: Prophecy, Candy, Brandy, Florida ' 83, Martha ' s Vineyard, good times w ' Traci, 10 12 85 . . . Plans: Driving a truck, to be successful . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and Risa. CANDACE FISHER Candy, Can, Fish . . . Unique, outgoing . . . Favorites: Bears, Beavers. Dissonance . . . Peeves: Rich ' s rudeness, " It ' s not red, it ' s auburn ' . " . . . Memories: 4-eva friendship with Bucky, 8 5 85 week with Pi, 1 1 13 85, 1 Show and Jazz Choirs, Drill Team, Okia, Toronto, and Icemen, Phili, GMH, Newport, Powderpuff, Gzebo ' 84 — ooout! Eugena lives! Bongo Bert, Glen Echo with a 3-point turn . . . Memories of Grams. Helen, Betty, Love to family and friends. LARRY FLEISCHMAN Larry . . . Easy-going, helpful, generous . . . Peeves: Snobs, know-it-alls . . . Favorites: Football, basketball, AC DC, " Dream On " . . . Memories: 10 19 85 (Woods), Aerosmith concert . . . Plans: College, business, millionaire. STEPHEN S. FIGUEIREDO ROBYN FISCHER CANDACE FISHER LARRY FLEISCHMAN JEAN M. FOLEY 30 KATHLEEN E. FOLEY MARIA L. FORTCJNA PAGL FOWLER MICHAEL J. FOLEY JOHN P. FORD KATHLEEN ELIZABETH FOLEY Kat, Flat Kat . . . Friendly, outgoing, flirtatious . . . Peeves: Being grounded, waiting, having no car . . . Favorites: " Tainted Love, " " Mo, do I?, " ok, fine!, special memories w Ed, Jr. Prom, Best of times shared w Kirsten, P-Town ' 84, " the last butt, " 2 10 85, 10 31 85, " miss most, " in the hall w Tim . . . Love ya. Mom and Dad. MICHAEL JOSEPH FOLEY Mike, Foles . . . Calm, easy-going, always late . . . Peeves: Mornings, anything to do with art, and empty tank . . . Memories: Weylu ' s after work, golf with Steven, Chinese with Dave, Florida, summers at the cape, " shut up, Mike " . . . Plans: To go to college and to be successful. Thanks, Mom and Dad. MARIA L. FORTUNA Independent, sensitive, honest . . . Peeves: Liars, People who try to make themselves more than what they are . . . Favorites: " My turkey " . . . Memories: 7 10 83, fun times with Ana and Caria, great times with Jorge . . . Plans: To be successful at whatever career I choose to pursue, get married and be happy. ROBERT M. FOSSELLA Bob . . . Humorous, sarcastic, perfectionist . . . Peeves: Mondays, green trucks, alarm clocks, homework . . . Favorites: Better Off Dead, Foreigner, Lisa . . . Memories: Parking lot pancakes, hot pants in shop, thanks to all my friends and the teachers who made me work . . . Plans: Pioneering, Bethel Service, marry Lisa. PAUL FOWLER Paul . . . Sarcastic, lazy, friendly . . . Peeves: Work, snobs, broken wipers . . . Favorites: " What dear? " basketball, Horseneck ' 85, " who ' s turn to visit, " . . . Memories: New York in August, New Hampshire ' 8 2 . . . Plans: To go to college and achieve all my goals in life . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and the rest of my family. JILL LISA FREEDMAN Sensitive, philosophical, creative . . . Peeves: " Being hurt " ... " A friend is one whom 1 may think aloud, " soph, yr., Michael 8 2 83, Steven 11 11 84, 4 16 85, " the moron crew, " student government, " Spacey Dumbell " (collective unconscious), BBYO, " My girls, " Christina, " I ' m not a chauffeur, " I luv u Mom, Dad, Aunt Susan, Stay-wee and Steven . . . Plans: To become first woman governor of Massachusetts. ALLISON D. FREEMAN Al, fuzzy, matzo . . . Sentimental, silly . . . Peeves: Ignorant people, . . . Favorites: Thumb!, Diet Coke!, . . . Ron . . . Sundays, Chinese Food, 11 2 1 20 31 . . .Memories: Early late band practices, Tor Phil , C1NH85, Sems Dist., Fri. munchkins, late night w cat, moo-moo, teehee, Shaw ' s stops, Madonna, " Crazy for You, " " Search is Over?! " " hum! " , Good times with Cloe, Chris and Susan . . . Love to my family and friends. MARIA FREITAS Friendly, patient . . . Peeves: Snobs, getting up in the morning . . . Favorites: Wham!, Duran Duran, the beach, typing 2, good times with friends . . . Memories: July ' 85, great time with cousins at the Cape . . . Thanks, Sis, Love ya. MARIAN FORTIER J ROBERT M. FOSSELLA JILL LISA FREEDMAN ALLISON D. FREEMAN MARIA FREITAS 31 DAVID GABRIEL 0 f MICHAEL F. GALVIN JIM FRIEDMAN TINA M. FGLLERTON KAREN A. FGLTON JAMES FRIEDMAN Jim . . . Independent, witty, optimistic . . . Peeves: Waking up, getting up, plionies and snobs, limits, losing, and fish . . . Favorites; AC-DC, math. Rocky, pinning, the Celtics, sleeping, succeeding, " Bang your Head, " " But Seriously Folks " . . . Memories: Summer ' 83 . . . Plans: To be rich and own my own country . . . This is just the beginning . . . Thank you all. TINA MARIE FGLLERTON Ti . . .Moody, petite, spent . . . Peeves: Mon-Fri, 2-8, BASIC . . . Favorites: " Heaven, " hootch, Beatles, trips, snuggling . . . Memories: 7 3 84, P-town ' 83, Florida 85, Baggs, Mel, Tee, Stacey . . . Plans: Together with David 4-ever . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. KAREN ANN FGLTON Shorty . . . Good personality, witty, friendly . . . Peeves: People who don ' t listen to me . . . Favorites: Chicago, Stairway to Heaven, roller skating, chorus, imagination sets us free to be just what we want to be . . . Plans; Get a full time job, keep in touch with friends, be married by 25. DAVID GABRIEL Gabe . . . Peeves; smoking, equilibrium constants, alcohol, drugs, car crashes, not making the final cut . . . Favorites: Celtics, Patriots, Bears, beautiful women, peace, love. Chemistry, math, MTV. STEVEN MICHAEL GALLERANI Gall . . . Crazy, sarcastic, different . . . Peaves: Stuck up people, car problems and rain, rats . . . Favorites; Racing, girls, summer . . . Memories: Horseneck without wipers, the avenue, the Vegas . . . Plans; To be a carpenter and build a hot rod. OCTAVIA M. GARCIA Octavia . . . Talkative, gregarious, enthusiastic . . . Peeves: School lunch . . . Favorites; Night Ranger, when you close our eyes, Italian, French " How rude! " . . . Memories: My first soccer game against Canton (8-2) . . . Plans; Live in France. STEVEN GALLERANI OCTAVIA M. GARCIA 32 PETER J. GAY A MARC H. GILLETTE KENNY GOLDBERG i NEIL S. GOLDSTEIN DARLENE GIBSON PETER J. GAY Peter, Pete . . . Artistic, sarcastic, talkative . . . Peeves: Test with essays, football practices, early wake-up calls. Canton Bulldogs . . . Favorites; Art, Chinese food, Huey Lewis and the News . . . " On real, " " Shut up, Paul " . . . Memories: Yearbook art staff, Boston Globe . . . Plans: To be an architect . . . Love and thanks Mom, Dad, Jen. ANDREW DAVID GEIST Poller . . . " Happy-go-luck, " flirty, heart-warming . . . Peeves: Ignorant people, running out of beer . . . Favorites: " Party all the time, " commons, " Hey-break, " . . . Memories: Hockey bus, freshman girls, summer with Dara . . . Plans: Make the most out of life while it lasts. DARLENE GIBSON Dweeney, Giles . . . Dazzling smile, shining spirit, pizza, Chinese food . . . Memories: Busy with majorettes and dancing, best times with Jeanine, Junior Prom, majorette competition . . . Peeves: Two-faced people, waiting . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, all friends. MARC H. GILLETTE Marc . . . Friendly, moody, sarcastic . . . Peeves: " Them, " short jokes . . . Favorites: " Allright " , terminal days . . . Memories: Newport ' 83, Toronto ' 84, National Honor Society, yearbook staffs, powder puff cheerleading, times with the gang . . . Future: College, engineering, happiness. ETHAN D. GOLDBERG Big E . . . Different, off-the-wall, gullible . . . Peeves: Mustard Mustang, orange juice and toothpaste, sprints . . . Favorites: Music, Jazz, Rock, all foods, Saturdays, Celtics, Patriots, band . . . Memories: King Phillip varsity game, trip to Toronto . . . Plans: College . . . Who knows? KENNY GOLDBERG Ken . . .Moody, caring, friendly . . . Peeves: Slobs, snobs, drunken drivers . . . Favorites: Phil Collins, Brian Adams . . . Memories: Fiddler on the Roof, International club, work at TJ Maxx . . . Plans: College, be successful . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Michael, Steven, and Jodi. RISA BETH GOLDMAN Ree, Rees, Rif, Rachel . . . Loud, moody, outgoing . . . Peeves: Lies, broken promises, Junior Mints . . . Favorites: pizza, U-2 concert, Bryan Adams, " Sure, " " I miss you, " Town Spa . . . Memories: Craig 5 18 85, 7 6 85, the boat, " disturbing the geeese, " trips to Boston with Rachel the ickmobile . . .Plans: College, be successful . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Mark and Debbi . . . SaSAN GWEN GOLDSTEIN Sue, Suzie, Suzie Q . . . Sensitive, reliable, impatient . . . Peeves: Decisions, boredom, unkept promises, " friends who aren ' t " . . . Favorites: Special times with special friends, " shared secrets, " happy endings, freebies. Visa, runs, my Camaro, Nantasket . . . Memories: 2 very special people, finding my true friend, 1 1-13-85, " best of times " . . . Plans: To fulfill all my dreams . . . Thank you, Mom and Dad, I love you. ETHAN D. GOLDBERG RISA BETH GOLDMAN SaSAN GWEN GOLDSTEIN 33 PATRICK GOLDSTONE STEVEN A. GREENSPOON CARILYNNE GRIMSLEY 1 TOMAS E. GUTIERREZ MELISSA GORMAN STEVEN D. GRABER PATRICK E GOLDSTONE Stony, Muck . . . Easy-going, loud, stubborn . . . Peeves: Being late, cliques . . . Favorites: Rush, Iron Maiden, The Police, Fender Precision Bass, Peavy amps. Rogue, skiing . . . Memories: North Conway, New Hampshire, Office Farrell, Capt. Kidder, Burger King, Softball. MELISSA S. GORMAN Melis, Mel . . . Sarcastic, thoughtful moody . . . Peeves: Waiting, goodbyes, the virus, being one of the guys . . . Favorites: Fun times with the Mega Moos, mad malibu, swim team, " Hmm, that ' s peculiar, " food, Spa, . . . Memories: Recaps with Aliza, Jana ' s brawl, Hayward, onlas, powderpuff, party animals, batmobile, " Egg Lake, " " alright " . . . Thanks buddy, love and thanks to family and friends. STEVEN D. GRABER " Goobs " . . . Memories: Panama, summers in Maine, Sting, thirty- dozen, Sunday games, Zara Spook, good times with the group, the tower, " everybody ' s got the dues in life to pay, " water skiing, hockey . . . Peeves: Flat tires, rats, freshmen, ski lift, stolen blankets . . . Favorites: Spa, Pats games, early Maine mornings, July 4th in and out of Boston . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. BRUCE MICHAEL GREENBERG Mello . . . Peeves: Getting out of bed, driving to school, rats . . . Favorites: American pie, tennis, the beard, the site, me and Sara Jane, weekends, glad bags, reeb . . . Memories: Labor day with the gang, the jump with Spence, " look out. Ft. Lauderdale!, " never . . . Brian . . . Plans: Cash, college, and consuming . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and others. STEVEN A. GREENSPOON Spoon (ie), Spoonation, Spoonage . . . Flirtatious, friendly, outgoing . . . Peeves: Busing, art, rats, empty tank. New Starliners . . . Favorites: Hard rock, track, foxbusters, blast " em, " friends Bo, Wendy, Fig, Madman, Cap, Linda, Brian, Foley, Battle, Big D . . . Memories; State track meets, 1.23, Jr. Prom with Linda, out with the gang, spam, Mr. G ' s . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. MAUREEN E. GREGOR Mo . . . Sensitive, friendly, gullible . . . Peeves: Snobs, work, saying goodbye . . . Favorites: Journey, Mercedes Benz, " misty, " " ebony, " and " ivory, " . . . Memories: Good times with Lisa up N.H., " Garrick " summers down the Cape with Taba, " Buffy " , 4 12 85 Fla. with Lesia and Eileen, Robert Plant, 7 25 85, " pookas, " " you guys are twins? " . . . Love and thanks to Mom and Dad. CARILYNNE E. GRIMSLEY Carl, Care Bear . . . Sensitive, caring . . . Peeves: Friends that aren ' t . . . Favorites: Heart, Never, goodtimes with friends . . . Memories: 5 15 84, 6 2 85, 6 24 85 (remember Julie) 1 1 9 85 . . .Plans: Live life to its fullest . . . Thanks to family and friends, 1 love you. MICHELE SUSANNE GUILFOYLE Shell, Suzie Jones, Michelob . . . Talkative, friendly, gullible . . . Peeves: Buses that smell!, " them, " " losers, " black smurfs, rats, morning . . . Favorites: Jet black Corvettes!!!, pink . . .Memories: Show choir, Easton, Toronto, Phil, PA, NYC, powder puff, Sony, jr. prom " you ' re wonderful, " spirit halls . . . Plans: College bound . . . Love and thanks to Mom, Dad and Donna. KARYN LESLIE HALL Kar, Coco . . . Always fresh, sociable, sensitive . . . Peeves: Ignorance, " wicked cool, " Monday mornings . . . Favorites: Prince, Sheila E. — " Love Bizzare, " Chinese food, " Oh my word!, " . . . Memories: Good times with JoJo, dancing with Lace and G-hr with Stace . . . Plans: to go to college and become a child psychologist ... I love you. Mom and Dad. BRUCE GREENBERG MAUREEN E. GREGOR MICHELE S. GUILFOYLE KARYN LESLIE HALL 34 DAVID M. HALPERM KEVIN L. HARDING MEGAN HARRINGTON SHERYL LYNN HEIFETZ DAVID MICHAEL HALPERIN Dalpie, Help . . . Carefree, sarcastic . . . Peeves: Gee Dave, dry jokes, stairs, Mutchie . . . Favorites: Tom Petty, hockey, ow-wow, " forget about me " . . . Memories: Morning practice, bus rides, concerts, nights out with the guys, 4 26 84, Lite can, Allisa and Julie . . . Plans: Calgary, attend college . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Wendy, Phil, and Sam. KEVIN L. HARDING Hardroc . . . Quiet, athletic, easy going . . . Peeves: Monday mornings, on the line, ignorant people . . . Favorites: Playing basketball, hanging with the crew, " what ' s up, " fresh music. Fat Boys, going dancing . . . Plans: To go to college and be successful . . . Thanks, Mom. MEGAN MARIE HARRINGTON Megan, Meg, eee . . . Friendly, bubbly . . . Peeves: Freshman yr., SAT ' s, lights out, F-horn . . . Memories: " Losers, " matchmaker, Tor Phil — UNH Mport, parties at my house, " put it in park, " prom, show choir, band, Okla Annie Dolly, " our bus smells, " " he ' s always in the bushes, " 13 yrs. Wen!, talks with Tom, summer of ' 84, good times with Joyce, Mare, Candy, College Academy friends and gang . . . Thanks, luck, love, to friends and family. KAREN HAVLIN Ka, Karrots, Kren . . . Sympathetic, fun-loving, happy . . . Peeves: Computers, waiting, moodiness . . . Favorites: Wintergreen, Peggy ' s, Sheba, Prince, the Celtics, Christmas decorations, " I can dream about you, " " Heavens above, " . . . Memories: 8-8-85, the week with Di, the best neighbors . . . Thanks and I love you Mom, Dad, and El. SHERYL HEIFETZ Che . . . Emotional, flirtatious, sarcastic . . . Peeves: False friends, " breaking up, " getting caught, computers . . . Memories: Homeroom with Karen, great times with Susan, " girls want to have fun, " trips with Gorms, Marshalls, fun in the sun. Prince, " Hi love, " special times with David, 6 8 84, times with Billy, 1 1 16 85, talks with Chris and Jason . . . Lots of love Mom, Dad, Caryn . . . Special thanks to Mr. Gormley. RICKY HENRIQCES River rat . . . Happy-go-lucky, carefree . . . Peeves: People who act better than they are, teachers . . . Favorites: Ozzy, Van Halen, " Bark at the Moon, " me and my Chevy . . . Memories: Going out with friends for good times . . . Plans: To go on to bigger and better things. SHERI HEWSON Talkative, friendly, outgoing . . . Peeves: Cliques, mornings, cigarette smoke . . . Favorites: " Rocky and Bullwinkle, " tic tacs, U2 . . . Memories: Band, plays, 8 25 84, " Mohawk lady, " visiting hours, Frenchie ' s lessons, " she, sha, chez, " powder puff, creative writing . . . Plans: College, family . . . Thanks Mom . . . Love ya, Stu. LORI M. HILSINGER Loriana . . . Quiet, moody . . . Peeves: School, waking up being rushed . . . Favorites: Randy Rhoades, Ozzy, Nik, eating, sleeping . . . Memories: Eddie, 8 7 84, Falmouth Beach . . . Plans: Army, life with Ed . . . Love to Mom and Dad. SHERI E. HEWSON H I KAREN G. HAVLIN LORI M. HILSINGER 35 PATRICK M. HINES EDWARD D. HOFFMAN LORI HOLTZMAM CATHERINE M. HOMER CHERYL ROSE INTRAVESATO WENDY M. JEFFERSON 36 PATRICK M. HINES Pat . . . Honest, innocent, studious . . . Peeves: Too much, not enough, people who think I look like David Hayes . . . Favorites: skiing, lifting, football, Boston . . .Memories; " Not another killing! " Good times w Bobby (Manomet, Sugarloaf G.S.A., Nashua N.H.), " the two will drule " . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Bobby, Brian, Sean and Ben . . . " Bobby, we were grand, weren ' t we?! " EDWARD D. HOFFMAN Hoffa, Eddy, Edman . . . Happy, funny, friendly . . . Peeves: Waking up, dressing up, working weekend mornings, dieticians . . . Favorites: Triumph: " Lay it on the line, " McDonald ' s, " Noah ' s Ark, " Sinai friends . . . Memories: Me, Rick, Dave and Art ' s trips, pool at friends ' houses, times down the Cape . . . Plans: To be an E.M.T. and have a good time in life. LORI HOLTZMAN Law . . . Moody, unpredictable, crazy . . . Peeves: Gym, feet, users . . . Favorites: Neil Young ' 81, Steve Miller, Floyd . . Memories: " It ' s cool, " " later, Carol, " " ya know, dude? " " It ' s been real! " high school ski trips . . . Plans: To stay alive ... All my love to my Mom! CATHERINE M. HOMER Frenchie . . . Loud, outgoing, funny . . . Favorites: Tom Sawyer. Dream on . . . Memories: " Hort-hey, " ' I ' m not in the mood, " " oh well, " " blue pencilbox, " " aw .. come on, " " not even, " Kristin, " the van, " " time checks, " " my house, " ' " laws parties, " ' cumbies crew with Dave, " " love ya Bobby! " " scotch, " last of Homers since ' 59, " Thanks Ma, John, Grandma, Ma and Dad Homer, The Woolleys . . SaSAN C. HGRLEY Hurles, Hurdles . . . Peeves: Mooncrickets, being ineligible . . . Favorites: Special times w Jimmy, Fieldhockey 82-85, track 82-86 . . . Memories: Jimmy 2 1 1 84, Fieldhockey girls, " where ' s my tooth? " relay team ' 85, trackies grape juice win " 84, a special friend Marie, 18 years w Liz . . . Special memories of Mom, special thanks to Brady, 1 couldn t do it without your help . . . Well I made it Dad, Love ya. CHERYL ROSE INTRAVESATO Che, Cheri, Che burger . . . Moody . . . Peeves: The triangle. Me and Steven getting talked about . . . Favorites: " Oh Scooby Doo. " McDonald ' s, cheering, Bermuda, the grapefruit juice . . . Memories: " Our secret, " 3 29 85, special times spent with Steven, " cab ride, " Sat, night T.V. with the " Doc, " Cindy a real true friend. Rick the quick . . . Treasured memories of Charles . . . Thanks, Ma, I love you. SHEILA M. JACKMAN Shell, Shesh . . . Flirtatious, loud, athletic . . . Peeves: SAT ' s, happy feet, nippies . . . Favorites: Field Hockey, 7, Hampton with Tina, " V- burger, " 4 reds, G2, rimmage, " awesome foursome, " preflippies . . . Memories: 4 27 85, bathroom full of tears, song 1 1 16 85. the Cape, curbage, stranded 9 21 85, Thanks, Mr. Mark Mr. Weiner . . . Love and miss you Charles . . . Much love, special thanks to Mom and Dad, family and friends. WENDY MARIE JEFFERSON Killer, " to dance is to live, " . . . Huggable, moody, energetic . . . Peeves: people going through my stuff, waiting, " shhh! " . . . Favorites: Quiet times with Rob, Company I, Boston . . . Memories: 5 15 85, raining men, wild boys, the gang, Denyse, Karyn, David, Tony, American Studies, " " Heaven, ' " summer " 85 . . . Thanks Lisa Allan, thanx Rob, I luv u more Bubie! Thanx Ma . . . Bye bye now! NICOLE JOHNSON Nikki . . . Crazy, sensitive, perceptive . . . Peeves: Ignorance, Monday mornings, immaturity . . . Favorites: Youth group, Thursday nights, " " You are my Lady, ' " Philippians 4:13 " I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me, " . . . Memories: Sleepovers, walks to the store, Bermuda, California . . . Communications — journalism . . . Love my parents! SaSAN HGRLEY SHEILA M. JACKMAN NICOLE JOHNSON PATRICIA JOHNSON ANTOINETTE KANHAI DENNIS P. KEANE J KRISTIN M. KANE RACHEL S. KELL PATRICIA A. JOHNSON Patty . . . Quiet . . . Peeves: Snobs, Monday mornings, late nights at work . . . Favorites: Time spent with Vinnie, WAAF, " still loving you " — Scorpions . . . Memories: Vinnie 3 2 85, New Hampshire ' 85, Brian T . . . Plans: Just want to be happy . . . Thanks to family and friends! KRISTIN MARIE KANE Little Kane . . . Easy going, happy, friendly . . . Peeves: Kris, jocks, school in general . . . Favorites: Led Zeppelin, Bad Company, Boston, treasures family and friends . . . Memories: The club, partying with my friends . . . Plans: To go to college and succeed in life. ANTOINETTE S. KANHAI Antwi, Twitwi, Toni, Twiggy . . . Friendly, loving, caring . . . Peeves: Friends that aren ' t, cliques, Mondays . . . Favorites: Mister Mister, Broken Wings, Heart, What about Love . . . Memories: Summer of ' 84, 7 6 83, 9 3 84 . . . Plans: Work, travel, settle down . . . Thanks to family and friends. GGY KAST " The sun is the same in a relative way but you ' re older, shorter of breath and one day closer to death. " . . . " Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day, you fritter and waste the hours in an off hand way " . . . Floyd DENNIS KEANE " Chief " . . . Sarcastic, impatient, outgoing . . . Peeves: " On the line " , crowded tables, A 4th . . . Favorites: " Where ' s the cooler, " " Porky, " " mitit bitobit " . . . Memories: Football ' 85, Tom, Billy, Mike, times with Charles, King Philip . . . Future Plans; To be successful and play college football . . . thanks mom and dad. RACHEL S. KELL Rachel, Risa . . . Peeves: The sack dress, FSC history papers, $2.90 . . . Favorites: Bryan Adams, Boston trips with Risa . . . Memories: The ickmobile, the boat, " disturbing the geese, " the Latin saga, math with Kate, minus one, snow shoveling at FCS, partying with Sack guys, " buy a magazine? " Michael 7 30 83, prom nite 85 . . . Plans: to become a lawyer ... All my love and thanks to Mom, Dad, Betty, and Dave. KATHLEEN KELLEHER Kathy, Kate, Kaitlin . . . Friendly, responsible, determined . . . Memories: Ft. Lauderdale, Dunfey ' s, " It ' s in Zimbawe, " think right, a,b,c,d . . . " Sacrifice your body, " bags in the garage, all-nighters, sweetness, " queens, how appropriate, " maggots on the roof, chick-a-wong, commander salamander, Piano Man, 9:1. GUY KAST r SCOTT KEITH KATHLEEN KELLEHER 37 STEPHANIE P. KEMP DIANE KENNEDY KATHLEEN SHANNON KIME STEPHANIE PATRICIA KEMP Born to dance . . . Favorites: Company I, " Raining Men " my other half, the Class of ' 86, sophomore year, first love, cheerleading, Newport summers, good looking guys . . . Memories: Competition weekends, " Shhh, " rooming with Cindy, " Oklahoma, " city lights, special times with Michael, " Seriously, " the foursome?? ... To become famous . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Chris, Yaya, Laura, Michael, I love you!! DIANE KENNEDY Di, Ken, Lady Dl . . . Easy-going, late . . . Peeves: Always, never, goodbyes . . . Favorites: Mega moos, weekends with the gangs, mad Malibu, food . . . Memories: 8 26 85, Hampton ' 85, 9 15 85, Jana s brawl, wave, party animals, vans, Cape with Aliza, goblin, talk at America ' s . . . Plans: Beachbound, college . . . Friends forever ... I love you Mom and Dad. KATHLEEN SHANNON KIME Kathy, KitKat, BamBam . . . Happy-go-lucky, sensitive, outgoing . . . Peeves: " Them, " phonies . . . Favorites: Phil, Sting, gummie bears, commandos with Kitty, Micky, and the door, California with Dee, Sugarloaf, summer of ' 85, " Damnation, " the private party, Friendly ' s, " the search, " Fiddler, the cruise with Dee, Jules, and Micky . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. ERIC MITCHELL KRAMER " Writing is a form of therapy; sometimes I wonder how all those who do not write, compose, or paint can manage to escape the madness, the melancholia, the panic fear which is inherent in the human condition. " — Graham Greene ELYSE B. KRAVETZ Elyse, Miss Most, Lisi . . . Lazy, confusing, knucklehead . . . Peeves: Being awake, office sessions, lack of funds . . . Favorites: 15 years with Cin Bin, laughs with Tim, " when we ' re married, " " that ' s so funny, " hangin ' out with Pat and Di, cruisin ' through Bob ' s with Pat, Bicky ' s with Moost, the B-52 ' s, E-hr with Kathy and Kirsten . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Mara, Lauren for putting up with me ... I love ya. JODI A. KGBLIN Kubby, Kub . . . Peeves: Rainy days, Monday mornings, fake people, no gas again!! . . . Favorites: " Are we having fun yet?, " " I feel fine!, " " no problem " . . . Memories; Times at Fitchburg with Kat, Paul, and Chuck, Where " s Amy . . . Plans: To go to college, become a nurse, spend a long and healthy life . . . Thanks Mom, Dad and Jill. MARIA ABREG LADEIRA Music is something we all enjoy. Music teaches us something if we understand it. A passing moment of music is sometimes a passing moment of love that we can share. I can remember C-hours on B-2nd senior year, where I learned to enjoy music. PIA A. LALLI " Curls " . . . Memories; Silly sophomores, Chris 5 19 83, let ' s go crazy, the Bird St. incident, 8 16 84 old silver, modern love, nite with Keith, Dad and the Boss, 2 19 85 caps with four bottles, Jr. Prom, " lace, " flat tires . . . Good times with Stew, Cin Bin, Elyse, Kim, the cheerleaders, and the gang . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad ... I miss you, Charles ... I love you, And the future is ours ... I miss you, Duki. JGLIE LANGILLE Jules, Sweetie . . . High on life ... 1 1 9 85, heart in Limo, summer of ' 85, Cape Cod traffic, 8 12 875, incognito with Brian, hey Cheryl, " don ' t get bent " . . . Life goes on . . . Good times with good friends . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. ELYSE BETH KRAVETZ MARIA ABRECJ LADEIRA JULIE D. LANGILLE MAURICE P. LEGER TODD MICHAEL LEVINE HOWIE LEWIS PATRICK T. LARGE CLEMEMT J. LEARY BRIAN H. LAMNER Brain . . . Spirited, daring, athletic . . . Peeves: Losing, two-faced people, waiting in line, empty gas tank . . .Favorites: Boston, track, Clem ' s Cafe, brewskies. Spa pizza . . . Memories: Times with the guys, 4 years of track, class B state champs 400, 4-400, trackies, parties at Kristen ' s, Greased Lightening . . . Plans: College, and be successful . . . Thanks, Mom, Dad, and Mr. Bernier PATRICK T. LARGE Largey, LD . . .Quiet, moody, s ensitive . . . Peeves: People who won ' t say " yes, " not remembering, working . . . Favorites: Eating, " Heaven, " " party all the time, " how ya doin ' , C- A-hr commons, ' 85 senior prom ... To my friends: We ' ve had some great times together and I ' ll miss all of you . . . Plans: Bahamas, then college-bound . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Ma, Dan, Kim . . . bye, everyone. CLEMENT LEARY Clem . . . Very lazy . . . Peeves; Phony people, pre-game stretch, sit-ups . . . Favorites: Food, " What I like about you, " Silver Bullet, being snowed in at Stan ' s, hockey bus rides, gray ghost. Aloha, " fast times, " . . . Memories: Phone calls in the closet, muzz tones, the vid, Stano ' s, Ghr Commons, mosobs, free buddies from Hector, team breakfast . . . Plans: College . . . Thanks, family and friends. MAGRICE LEGER Mo . . . Outgoing, friendly, mischievous . . . Peeves: Applications, losing things . . . Favorites: Police, (J2, midnight golf, Boston and Hyannis all- nighters, Simons Rock, Esplanade, surveying. Spa, Dunfeys, munchkins, cheerleading, summers at the site and pool, Roxies run, singalongs. Horizon, Mormandy Farms, Fitchburg, group escape, sign stealing, weekend sports and parties with great friends . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. NANCI LERNER Man . . . Comical, crazy, friendly, easy-going . . . Peeves: Snobs, cliques, 8:00-2:09, getting caught . . . Favorites: Phil Collins, Bruce Springsteen, " I ' m going ' down, " best buddies, Softball, all-nighters, " what ' s up, dude?, " pizza . . . Memories: Hey Lewis ' 85, summer of ' 84, good times at the Spa . . . Thanks Dad, Robyn and Mitchell and especially Mom for putting up with me, thanks to all my friends. TODD MICHAEL LEVINE Peeves: Canton, losing, busy phones. Spa nights, being broke, . . . Favorites: 17, passing situations, " aw man that ' s bush, " " let ' s make a vid, ... " Memories: Berl ' s capehouse ' 84, the Bird St. incident, Dennis ' carport, talks with Sheil, jr. prom with Susan . . . Incredible friendship with Lance, I miss you, Charles, it hasn ' t been the same, buddy! ... All my love to my special family. LANCE B. LEVY Gilbert, Kyle . . . Peeves: Zipperheads, Central St., cramming, SAT ' s . . . Memories: " T ' sup, it ' s me, " Three Musketeers, " how ' s the h?, " the ridge, team breakfast, J-5, Shaw ' s bag, " The Great Escape, " Capehouse ' 84, nerds, " if you can ' t say it, you can ' t do it, " what the heck, special memories of Charles, an incredible friendship with Todd . . . Thanks and love to Mom and Dad. HOWIE LEWIS Conservative, straight-forward, pursuing . . . Peeves: Loudness, insecurity, weakness . . . Favorites: Boating, scuba, football, lasagna. Cape Cod, Winchester 22, hunting. Bob Segar, AR-15, grand old party . . . Memories: " Turn the page, " " live free or die, " . . . College: business law, real estate and developing. DAVID D LICCIARDI Stix . . . Peeves: Opening at 6 a.m., boring jam sessions . . . Memories: Dead evidence, rogue, G-15, Denise, " major, " Zildjian, " this rules, " New Hampshire, Chicago, action, Sandara club, tent action . . . Plans: Technical field, drafting. MARCl LGBOFSKY DENNIS LYONS STANLEY M. LORING Stano, Chuck . . . Moody, loud, " thirsty, " . . . Peeves: Cold cars, morning practices, wasted relationships . . . Favorites: Hockey, " the Vid, " " hallo, " blue Volare . . . Memories: Concerts with Jim, times with Muzz and Clem, Maria 3 5 84-9 24 85, Charles, the guys . . . Plans: College, own and manage my own restaurant . . . Love ya. Ma and Dad. NANCY T. LOGD Nance . . . The best of times spent growing up with Susan, a friendship I ' ll never forget. Fay Ave., the deadly green case " 83, " a certain party at Kristin ' s, talks the day after, Truro, summer of 84, special Sundays with Andrea, the perfect view . . . Billy 12 29 84 . . . forever, a promise kept, the cottage, 6 29 85 a strange night, my dream . . . Love to my best friend Billy . . . Thanks, Mom and Steve. MARCl J. LGBOFSKY Marce, Marcella . . . Lazy, friendly, gullible . . . Peeves: Work, Daddy ' s girl, the rock, being early . . . The beach, food, Huey, tennis . . . Swim team ' 84 with Sue . . . DeeepI, Ya never know, ya know, quack! . . . Plans: University of Hawaii . . . Love and thanks to family and friends. STACEY JANE LYERLA Butchie, Chuckie, Dace . . . Sensitive, quiet, squeaky . . . Peeves: Onions, 1 1:55, the virus, the grinch . . . Favorites: We never say no, Chuckie animal, mad malibu, blue bomber, curbs, party animals, the legion, lay down Tobey, snails, . . . Memories: Best of times with the Mega moos, Hampton ' 85, the wave, July 4th, Halloween ' 85. 9-15-85, Brian 1 1-28-85 . . . Thanks to family and the Megamoos. DENNIS SCOT LYONS Den . . . Sarcastic . . . Peeves: Rats, truck payments, school . . . Favorites: The Police, Ford 150, skiing, 3 wheeling, 4 wheeling . . . Memories; Horseneck in the rain, Rob ' s 280, my nightmare, 8-31-85 . . . Plans: To own my own tour business . . . Thanks Mom, Dad and Uncle Den. MICHAEL W. MADAN Madman, Mary Kay, Crash, Mactavish . . . Wisemouth. Friendly, carefree . . . Peeves: Telephone poles, art, pennies, buses . . . Favorites: World Wide Live, Dream On, Aerosmith ' 85, Triumph p.m.. Cape 5 85, bumper hop. Pee J. . . . Friends: Cappa, Rob, Bettle, Fig, Big D, Spoon, Fire . . . Times with Kristine . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. STACEY LYERLA MICHAEL MADAN 40 JAMES MALONEY JENNIFER A. MAROTTA MARIA MARTINS M WILLIAM MALONEY JAMES EDWARD MALONEY Squrmal, Stubby-K . . . Happy, lazy, drained . . . Peeves: Getting the crew together, remembering an empty Bud . . . Favorites; Mom, Sue, daughter Charlene, the crew, B-52 ' s . . . Memories: My father, watching my daughter being born, 10 3 85, 3rd of July with Dave . . . Love and thanks to Mom, family. Sue and Charlene. WILLIAM MALONEY Willy, Jack . . . Smart, friendly, carefree . . . Peeves; Rats, coughing, doctors, followers . . . Favorites; The Doors, Gloria, football, Home-ec, " Kohuna " . . . Memories; KP 41-16, Billy D ' s house . . . Plans; Play ball, have fun in life, be happy at whatever I do . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. JENNIFER A. MAROTTA Jen . . . Impatient, sarcastic, friendly . . . Peeves; The shakes, being on time for class, " taking sides " . . . Favorites; Field hockey, " the awesome foursome, " a 4-ever friendship with Sue, Mac, Keylargo, " like you know what I mean?! " . . . Memories; Marco Island with Stacey, the Cape, Thanks, Kerry and Jeanne, " Mac, " thanks a bunch Gril, you ' ll always be someone special Michael 1-12-85, Junior prom . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, I love you. JASON ROBERT MARSTON Marston P.I . . . Flirtatious, charismatic . . . Peeves: Burnouts, Demi ' s sinuses, Mindy ' s laugh . . . Favorites: Journey, faithfully, the Spa, Shannanigans, Marshalls, " and the winner is " . . . Memories: Lip sync contest, dancin ' in the dark, the big " pick up " at Cafferty ' s . . . Plans: To boldly go where no man has gone before, beat Hulk Hogan for the belt . . . Thanks to Mom and Dad, I love you. MARIA MARTINS Ria, Marty . . . fSice, sensitive, hard to understand . . . Peeves: Hard tests, pats on the head, pinching cheeks, " ye, " " z-outface " . . . Favorites; Loverboy, " Say you-say me, " " Dress you up, " fries, football, psychology . . . Memories; " Fiddler on the roof " ' 82, Toronto trip competition ' 84, Newport trip ' 85, second lunch with nutty bunch . . . All my love to Mom and Dad and friends. LINDA JEAN MATOS Lynn . . . Peeves; Busy signals, fatty tissue, fights with Carmine . . . Favorites: My Gundy bear, Mickey D ' s, Marlboro light lOO ' s . . . Memories; 1 1 20 85, New York, California, Canada, time spent with Carmine, good times with Ria, Somerville High with Bibi, Phil, Chris and Kelly . . . Plans; Live a happy life with Carmine, Obrigado Mae, Pai, John, Lisa, meu amor para todos. SANDRA LEE MATTHEWS Sandy, nymph, shmell . . . Moody, sensitive, perverted . . . Peeves; Busy signals, Mondays, smelly feet, school in general . . . Favorites; Lionel Richie, Chocolate, men, Kenny Rogers . . . Memories: 10 20 84, 12 15 84, late night talks with Suzi, friends forever with Maria . . . Plans; To be happy and healthy . . . Thanks Mom and Dad, Bonnie and Dad, I love you all! JASON R. MARSTON LINDA JEAN MATOS SANDRA MATTHEWS 41 MONICA MARIE McKINNON SGSAN L. McISAMARA karen marie McAllister MICHAEL McCABE KAREN MARIE McALLISTER Krazy, Karen Mac . . . Sensitive, moody, talkative . . . Peeves: " Forget it, " empty movie theaters, " ye, " slow drivers . . . Favorites: Nutie bunch, " don ' t have a cow, " " come on, " overnight 84-85, " I wanna know what love is, " Natasket Beach " 84 " with Bill, " Hard Habit to Break, " Sugarloaf ... To my friends: I ' m gonna miss ya . . . I love you Mom, Dad, Debbie and Dave, thanks for everything. MICHAEL J. MCCABE Mike, Gus . . . Happy, aggravator, friendly . . . Peeves: " Gus!, " when I fight with everyone, . . . Favorites: Jennifer, sports-baseball, inhalers, " my buddy, " times with the guys, " I have the key!, " trying to stay awake . . . Memories: 1 12 85, Jennifer ' s summer ' 85, " hey, where ' s McGov?, " the snowbank, " seventeen!, " the queen, Pauls charades . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. PAGL MCGOVERN McGov, Gov . . . Sarcastic, lazy, gullible . . . Peeves: Sit-ups, " yearbook material, " Rockland, the McGabe family reunion . . . Favorites: Hockey, team breakfasts, Mr. B, " The Firm, " rainbow in the dark, pounding . . . Memories: Tom Petty, Memorial Day weekend, sleep on the Chevelle, summer ' 85 at Jen ' s, Jr. Prom, hockey bus rides . . . Plans: To be successful . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. MONICA MARIE MCKINNON Mon, Mona . . . Late, gullible, easy going . . . Peeves: Waking up, gossip, leaving Hampton . . . Favorites: Weekends, summers at Hampton, good times with Nancy, Kristin ' s, friendship with Amy . . . Memories: Relay team ' 85, diving with Michelle, many thanks to Brady . . . Plans: College, be happy and successful . . . love and thanks to my brothers and sisters, and especially Mom and Dad. IRENE D. MCLEOD Renee . . . Flakey, bubbly, outgoing . . . Peeves: bad moods, fighting, waiting, misunderstandings . . . Favorites: You give good love, turn the page, . . . Memories: Hemisphere Gardens with Lisa, vacation with Demi, Diane, Heidi and Lisa, special times with Jimmy, best buddy you have always been there for me . . . Thanks, Mom, Dottie, Ron, and family, I love you. SaSAN L. MCNAMARA Sara, Sue Mac, . . . Friendly, stubborn . . . Peeves: " The triangle, " jealousy . . . Favorites: The awesome foursome, " ya know what I mean?, " a forever friend with Jen, 10 years with Cotts, " 1 1 and 12th commandments " . . . Memories: 1 1 miles with Sheila, the Cape . . . Track 82-86, the grape juice win, cruisin ' with the gang, field hockey girls ' 85, good times with Todd . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, I love you. THOMAS MCNAGGHT Moody, friendly, happy-go-lucky . . . Peeves: Getting up early in the morning, snobby people . . . Favorites: KISS concert, AC DC, Italian food, " don ' t be a skid " . . . Memories: Summer of " 85 with Mark, Tim. and Martie . . . Plans: To be successful, live a long and happy life . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, I love you. GEORGE MEDEIROS George . . . Kind, thoughtful, nice looking . . . Favorites: Pizza, hamburger, hockey, basketball, soccer . . . Plans: To work. PAUL WILLIAM McGOVERN IRENE McLEOD TOM McNAGGHT JORGE M. MEDEIROS ROSE M. MEDEIROS 42 MATHEW G. MELLO DAVID MILLER MARYANN MOOTOS LORI MOCGHALIAN STEVE MURRAY DAVID MILLER Killer . . . Friendly, self-motivated, easy-going . . . Peeves: Back- stabbers, bad tips, complainers . . . Favorites: Football, Chinese food. Psychology, Rocky l-IV, " live every day as if it were your last, " " someday you will be right, " . . . Memories: ' 85 ski trip, Florida in ' 85, Dire Straits concert, hockey with the old ones. Veteran ' s Day party . . . Plans: graduate college, get a good job, raise a family. MARYANN MOOTOS Maryann, Mare . . . sensitive, dingy . . . Peeves: Cliques, cracking knuckles . . . Memories: Jazz Choir, " Oklahoma, " ' Annie, " " Hello Dolly, " Act II scene 4, 1 9 84, Tor Phil GNH, parties at Meg ' s, " losers, " " peace, " talks with Dee, " hombre, " custodial arts, good times with J oyce, Meg, Can . . . Plans: Look out Streisand! To be happy . . . rich . . . famous! Thanks for all your love and support, Mom and Dad. LORI M. MOGGHALIAN Outgoing, unpredictable . . . Peeves: Saying goodbye, broken promises, the thorn . . . Favorites: Liberty, talks with Stacey, mobile . . . Memories: Anthony ' s w Paula, " the mechanic, " cheerleading, the deadly green case ' 83, the special one — 6 16 85, " tp " ing with the girls, " " occifer! " . . . Miss you, Charles ... To be happy, successful . . . Love to family and friends. KARA ANNE MURPHY Friendly, sarcastic . . . Peeves: Waiting, rainy weekends . . . Favorites: Partying, " ' how obnoxious, " us 3, Aerosmith, " how do I re act? " . . . Memories: Late night escapes with Joyce, Bryan Adams 9 17 85, arrested 10 31 84, 12 years with Jaimy, us 8 in Chev ... To go to college . . . Love and thanks. Mom, Dad, Kevin. STEVEN E. MURRAY Muzz . . . Peeves: The knife throwers, the broken dream . . . Memories: The good old days, 4 yrs, football and hockey, fun times with the muzztones, Stanovers, years with Johnny, Chem, with berls, team breakfast, " hey heatmiser, " hanging out through the years with best buddy Clem, good times with Che, " our secret, " 3 29 85 ... It was all worth it . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. SUSAN L. NESTOR Sue, Q. . . Sensitive, outgoing . . . Peeves: " Can you drive? " " Always right, " . . . Memories: Drill team, long practices, 1 1 28 85 (in the mud), woof, Shaw ' s, pooh bear, Eeee, 5 18 84, 5 2-3 85, 8 18 83, w my cousin Jes, " hi, how ya doing ' ? " Dennisport, " Faithfully, " best times with Chris, Clo, Al and Di . . . Love to family and friends. DAPHNE A. NORTON Quiet (not for long), driven, insanely addicted bibliophile . . . Peeves: pollution, closed minds, my handwriting . . . Favorites: Books, purple, music, good conversations, tree climbing, cats . . . Memories: Band, Toronto, journalism, late-night reports, summer ' 85, Alternate Infinity . . . Look out, Ivy League . . . Good luck everyone! KARA ANNE MURPHY SUSAN L. NESTOR DAPHNE A. NORTON 43 MARIA J. NOVELLO ANA C. NCJNES MAGRICE NGNES TANYA O ' CONNELL 1 - , J ANNA PACHECO MARIA JEANNE NOVELLO Ria, Bweepo . . Sarcastic, moody, good-natured . . . Peeves: feet, fatty tissue . . . Favorites; Mickey D ' s, the orange bomber, " umdadas, " Humphrey Bogart, Chipendales, my dog Suzie . . . Memories: Good times with Linda, Maine, " Hot shot of the camp, " car chase with Wammy, " Scoofy, " New York, growing up with Paula and Debby, Riverside with Anne, fights with Anth . . . Lots of love to Mom, Dad, Anth, Joanne, Marty and friends. ANA NGNES Annie . . . Quiet, moody, friendly . . . Peeves: Ssss, back-stabbers, no money, waiting . . . Favorites: Journey, faithfully, Chinese with Maria and Tony, splurging, all my love to Alexandre . . . Memories: Summer of ' 85, found with Caria: always, found with the goose gang, thanks to everyone who has helped moi, pinch of ' 84 . . Plan: Hair dressing, marriage, be successful and happy. MAGRICE ANTHONY NUNES Mo, Moose, Clyde . . . Athletic, funny, shy . . . Peeves: Studs, homework, blabbers, Mondays, " sorry gotta work " . . . Favorites: Van Halen, Ratt, Fridays, " pizza after school, " football . . . Memories: Broken leg ' 83, soccer ' 85 . . . almost, Pats ' 85, " who cares, " Mr. Coen s English class . . . Plans: To be successful, college, be happy, architecture, still be with the guys . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. TONIA ANN-MARIE O ' CONNELL Tanya T . . . Happy-go-luck, confused . . . Peeves: Mondays, rainy days, the route, having no destination, friends who aren ' t . . . Favorites: Journey, James Taylor, Eagles, B-52 ' s, Beatles, soccer, drunk talks . . . Memories: New Year s with the Bags ' 83, 4th of July ' 85, Hampton Beach weekend, 2-6-86 skiing, " now listen!, " " what makes you say that?, " the good stuff gang . . . Thanks for everything Mom, Dad, and family. JOANNE M. OTTAVIANO Jo, Dwain, Cloey . . . Lazy, easy-going, happy-go-luck . . . Peeves: Hypochondriacs, Mondays, getting up early, busy signals . . . Favorites: Heart-Never, jelly beans, purple gum . . . Memories: Summer of ' 85, rainy night at the pit, 7 84, 4 5 85, good times with Tricia and friends . . . Plans: Nursing school . . . Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you. ANNA PACHECO Annie . . . Good listener, complainer . . . Peeves: Mr. Bernier ' s jokes, Monday mornings . . . Favorites: Stuffed toys, pizza, family. Lino . . . Memories: 10 22 82, lots of memories . . . Plans: accounting. JOHN P. PACHECO Funny, smart, friendly . . . Peeves: working late, Monday mornings, being sick . . . Favorites: gymnastics, astronomy, French cuisine . . . Future Plans: get a PhD in Astronomy. TOBEY A PAPAGNO Tobes, Tobelina . . . Friendly, sensitive, stubborn . . . Peeves: Math, feet, lies, . . . Favorites: Mint chocolate chip ice cream, elbo beach Bermuda, " oh Scooby Doo, " good convos . . . Memories: CYO ski trips, GMH crew, " the sandbox, " adventures with Lisa, times I ve spent with " special " people . . . Many thanks to my family, I love you. PAMELA KAREEN PANEK Wammy, Pam, Bud, Val . . . Hyperactive, Loud, dazed, confused . . . Peeves: Liars, Monday mornings (5:30 a.m.), feet, friends who aren ' t, report cards . . . Favorites: 1 1 24 84, Calumet ' 85, Lara, 10 2-3 85 Cagney and Lacey, Heart concert, 1 1 7 85, fuchsia, " hey women, " " huh, ' " pink, coolers, camping with Marian, 46 ... All my love. Mom and Dad, thanks for everything. JOANNE OTTAVIANO JOHN P. PACHECO TOBEY ANNA PAPAGNO PAMELA K. PANEK 44 JAMES PARKER KAREN PARVEY SANDRA PASSANISI LORI JEAN PAV ADORE JAMES P. PARKER Jamie . . . Easy going, sarcastic . . . Peeves: Earl squeezes, time on 1 and 3, wandering bass, Mr Barac ' s red pen . . . Favorites: Style Council, Steve Smith, Qretsch Days, " my tempo, " tama, " the whole class is coming, " . . . Memories: GNH ' 85, Jazz band 84-86, scuba D. w Boing Mike, them, Zimbabwe, my favorite glass . . . Plans: To build it . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and family. KAREN PARVEY Parvs, Stretch, Parvey Animal, 93 . . . Lazy, obnoxious, outgoing . . . Peeves: friends who aren ' t, broken promises, moody people. Canton girls . . . " Karen, I ' m gonna kill you, " " gigowatt, " party animals, The Mad Malibu . . . Memories: Summer of ' 84, Flordia ' 84, Florida ' 85, Hampton ' 85, good and bad times w the Mega Moos, 9 15 85, 7 3 85, 3 9 85, off a cliff . . . Love to Mom, Dad, Jill, and friends. SANDRA A. PASSANISI Sandi . . . Picky, gullible, unpredictable . . . Peeves: " The Majorette, " gym class, friends who aren ' t . . . Favorites: " Against All Odds, " " That ' s What Friends are For, " " no-sah, " " are you here to buy Megabucks? " " look out for Fotomat! " . . . Memories: Rod, Halloween run ' 85, working nights with Janet, Joe 12 7 85, thanks to Red Rooster for " being there " ... I miss you, Charles and Cindy . . . Lots of Love to Mom and Dad. LOR! JEAN PAV ADORE Lor . . . Talkative, helpful, sensitive . . . Peeves: Snobs, predjudiced people . . . Favorites: The Beatles, " We Are the World, " Italian food, football, swimming, bowling. Office Job Training . . .Memories: going out with friends . . . Plans: I would like to work in a day care center. ANDREW SCOTT PEARL Andy, Igy . . . Tired, lazy, aggravated . . . Peeves: " why not, " poeple who chew with their mouth open, snobs . . . Favorites: Triumph, Big Macs, skiing . . .Memories: Best times with Rick and Bob, summer of ' 85, ski trips, " Timothy " . . . Plans: Finish school . . . Thanks to my parents for their support through the years. MARIA PERRY Ria . . . Sensitive, easy-going, short-tempered . . . Peeves: Waiting, Sundays, busy phone numbers . . . Favorites: Italian food. Journey, Dokken, " alone again, " . . . Memories: Tony, 7 18 82, summer of ' 85, good times w Jackie, " oh that ' s sad, " " ya know what I mean? " . . . Plans: To live a long, happy life . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. ANDREW PEARL MARIA PERRY 45 ANDY PIDGEON MELANIE R. PUNCH TESSA PYOTT AMY POOLER SCOTT J. POWERS AMY POOLER Rocky . . . Bubbly, athletic, busy . . . Peeves: Tough girls . . . Favorites: Bryan Adams, pizza, " if you can ' t say it, you can ' t do it, " " dang it, " " all right, that does it " . . . Memories: Track with Amy I, shot put, states, band. Powder Puff punter, noseguard, soccer goalie, music coaching . . . Thanks Sheri for keeping me in there. Bruins 1 . SCOTT J. POWERS Scooter . . . Peeves: Hardguys, hangovers, spilling cookies . . . Favorites: Lil ' Lowies, Floyd " Wish you were here " Bowie, " to the camp, " the crew, 3 wheelin . . . Memories: Friendships with Sue, Marshfield 7 3 85, Gosnold St. Jim ' s wipeout, my family, my dog Teddy, summer ' 85 . . . Plans: Success, to some day leave my mark on society. SANDRA PGLITI Sandy . . . Short, confused, dazed . . . Peeves: Snobs, waking up in the morning, Stoughton . . . Favorites: Bon Jovi, tears are falling, spaghetti, baseball, study . . . Memories: 10 6 82, Tom, Tommy cakes, the slide . . . Plans: To graduate, be successful in life ... I love you mom and dad. MELANIE R. PGNCH Mel, Friendly . . . Spontaneous, crazy . . . Peeves: Snobs, curfews, office sessions, waking up, closed bathrooms, heart breakers . . . Favorites: Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Kendra, Kelli, Buds, parties, Hampton Beach, sand dunes, Poopsi, " Maja, " Kelli ' s fence, " what happened between 9 and 10, " " love you later, bye, " Pinecrest ... I love you Mom and Dad! ERIC PGSHEE Smush, Push . . . Sarcastic, moody, carefree . . . Peeves: English essays, D-building stairs, Monday mornings . . . Favorites: Aerosmith, Scorpions, Dream On, weekends, hacking . . . Memories: Hockey, morning practices, good times with Dave and Jay, summer jam ' 85 with Aerosmith . . . Plans: To own the world. MARIE L. OaATTRGCCI Rona, ReRe, Porky . . . Jealous, sensitive, stubborn . . . Peeves: " Her, " waiting, accidents, 500, nosey people . . . Favorites: Special times with Dennis, field hockey 82-85, Huey Lewis ' 85 . . . Memories: 12 19 82, senior year 50, " We ' re never gonna make it, " field hockey girls ' 85, special friendship with Susan . . . Plans: To go to school . . . Well, 1 made it. Mom and Dad. CHRISTINA L. RANSOM Christin-aaa, Pyro . . . Unpredictable, stubborn, demented . . . Peeves: Waiting, busy signals, alarm clock . . . Favorites: Frogs, green. " Endless Love, " Aerosmith, summer parties . . . Memories: Proms, 10 83, 1 1 84, " get me the axe, " ' " Tm hitting you on purpose now, " " What ' s my name?, " E-hour study, great times with Jeanne, talks with Renee. special memories of Ken . . . Love and thanks to everyone that cared. SANDRA PULITI I ERIC PGSHEE hi MARIE L. QGATTRGCCI MARIO A. RAMOS CHRISTINA LEE RANSOM 46 DEANNA RAPHEL DAMIEL S. REARDON JAIMY HOPE RICHMOND SCOTT N. ROBICHAUD CARLA M. RODRIGUES DEANNA RAPHEL Dee, Deidre . . . Moody, spoiled . . . Peeves: Fighting with Paul, people who say my name wrong . . . Favorites: my parrot, my waterbed, Bilb ' s Guess jeans . . . Grandma Sadie, grammie . . . Memories: Visiting Paul at Shaws, daddy Bob, who ' s turn to visit?, goons at Hanson Service . . . Spanky and the Diner, Thanks, Mrs. Cottle . . . Love to Mom, Dad and PJ, thanks for putting up with all my complaining. DANIEL S. REARDON Dan, Ya-no . . . Humorous, fun-loving, dependable . . . Peeves: 8 a.m., Mondays, Rats . . . Favorites: Police, 02, Billy Idol, The Beat, Reeb . . . Memories: 1 1 27 85, concerts, bivouacs, sign stealing, having fun with the group, the site, " Ya wanna date " . . . Plans: College, become a successful engineer . . . Good luck to my great friends . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. JAIMY RICHMOND Friendly, Moody . . .Peeves: Waiting changes . . . Favorites: Aerosmith, Bryan Adams, partying, " der, " us three . . . Memories: Best times with Kara, Joyce, and Jackie, arrested 10 31 84, summer 85, Bryan Adams concert, weekends with us 8 in Chev . . . Plans to go to college and be happy, thanks to family and friends. SCOTT ROBICHAGD Scott . . . Fun, sarcastic, easy-going . . . Peeves: Them, French class, hypox, pressure meets . . . Favorites: Chicago, Chinese on Thursday, swim team, Toronto, the green bomber, " child ' s play, " " real big " . . . Best of times with Rich, Steve, Bob, Eric, and the gang . . . College- bound . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. CARLA RODRIGGES Carluts, " Marie, " . . . talkative, friendly, loud . . . Peeves: People who assume, getting up early . . . Favorites: Lionel Richie " Stuck on you, " Chinese food . . . Memories: Summer of ' 85, rainy nights, fun with the goose gang, found with Ana; always, Inacio Silva, 7 15 85, " guag, " 12 1 85 . . . Good times with Manuela " Fortune, " Ana, Paula, Sam . . . My love and thanks to Mom and Dad, Ana, Inacio ... to become a chef and live happily. ELIZABETH M. RODRIGGES Lizzy, Lisbi, Portagee . . . Sarcastic, friendly, daring . . . Peeves: Waiting, flippies, being lost . . . Favorites: Field hockey 82-85, Mustangs, " what ' s going on this weekend?, " . . . Memories: 4 27 85 bathroom full of tears, 18 years with Susan, good times with the girls, Maria ' s buddy always, 9 21 85 stranded . . . love and miss ya always, Chris and Charles . . . Thanks for listening, girls, and a special thanks to Issie, Ma and Dad for putting up with me. MICHELE RODRIGGES Mickie, Mick, Mish . . . Outgoing, honest, rowdy, sarcastic . . . Peeves: Braces, friends who aren ' t, " prep, " goodbyes . . . Favorites: Phil Collins, CYO, " is it me, " skiing with Kitty, Kathy, and Dee, " get a life, " talks with Trace, commandos with Kathy, lunchtime loonies, 1 1 28 85 in the mud, state twirling champs ' 85 . . . College-bound, psyched . . . Thanks SHS, it ' s been real! CHRISTINE ROGERSON Chris, Crispy . . . Friendly, loud, temperamental . . . Peeves: Alarm clocks, diets . . . Favorites: Still loving you, 38 Special, single cheeseburgers . . . Memories: Summer of ' 85, 9th grade home-ec, brown eggs, Ingrid, Lucy, Jeff, and Especially John 7 27 85, Chris Fenton, icy streets. Grand Torino . . . Plans: To excel in Business Administration. MARIAN E. RODGERS ELIZABETH M. RODRIGGES MICHELE RODRIGGES CHRISTINE ROGERSON 47 PAGLA J. ROMANELLI JODI BETH RUDMAN AMIT K. SAIGAL ERIC M. ROSENSTEIN LISA J. ROSSI PAGLA ROMANELLI Chicken . . . Short-tempered, sensitive, caring . . . Peeves: People cracking their knuckles . . . Favorites: Scorpions, " Zoo, " " Still Loving You, " " keep me in your mind, " " Islands in the stream, " " We ' ve got tonight " . . . Memories: Scorpions concert, Joe (Hershy) 1 6 84, summer of ' 84, Stacey and Mike Sagres . . . Plans: To be happily married and successful . . . Thanks Mom, Dad and Joe. ERIC ROSENSTEIN Eric . . . Shy, ignored, misjudged . . . Peeves: Ignorant people, homework . . . Favorites: " Just what I needed " by the Cars, The Police, Huey Lewis, the Celtics . . . Memories: French fries, pizza . . . Plans: Business management. LISA J. ROSSI Mushpie . . . Moody, sarcastic . . . Peeves: Eyelashes, Sorento Sundays, unfinished Camaros, Rocky-Horror fire cracker . . . Favorites: Gold, blueberries, " Hola Chicas! " Acapuico ' 84 . . . fond memories of Dad . . . Eric 8 22 84, good times with Dee-face, smoky Max-walks at the Bardins, " disturbing the geese, " town bash 10 27 84, cheering ' 85, cruisin ' in the Scram . . . nothing gold can stay . . . Thanks, Mom. LISA BETH ROVNER Rov, Hoover . . . Wild, loony, air-headed . . . Peeves: Guys who say hello one night and bye the next . . . Favorites: Males, party nights, " My toes are very cold " , dancing at golds " 10 yrs, " . . . Memories: Town bash 10 27 84, v-beach with Lee . . . Plans: Reach the age of 21 and live it up, only time will tell. Goodbye S.H.S. . . . The memories will always hold, I owe my life to ya Ma and Dad, I love ya. JODI BETH RGDMAM Shorty, Freckles . . . Sarcastic, moody, always on the go, emotional . . . Peeves: History, nosy people, tapping pencils . . . Favorites: Billy Joel " You ' re Only Human, " Springsteen, pizza, business classes, " What? " " Leave me alone!, " Kenny 9 21 85 — Cherish the night . . . Plans: Law, special thanks to all my teachers and Mom and Dad, I love you. PAMELA RGSSELL Pam, Pamie . . . Friendly, caring, sensitive . . . Peeves: Saddlebags, " Old lady " . . . Favorites: Majorettes, borderland, Fields Park, Boston, Greenfield . . . Memories: Tony — 5 25 84, 7 25 84, 9 2 84, Summer of ' 84 . . . Plans: Live happily . . . Thanks to family and friends. AMIT K. SAIGAL Cobra . . . Friendly, funny . . . Peeves: School food, history teachers . . . Favorite: Chinese food . . . Memories: Two weeks of boot camp in 1985 . . . Plans: United States Marine Corps, to be " airborne. " LISA MARIE SALAMONE Yoda, little Italy . . . Crazy, gutsy, moody . . . Peeves: Fake friends, school . . . Favorites: The Stones, " what s up, " partying . . . Memories: 3-16-85 with Carol, moving T.V. ' s w Kris, 2 29-6 10 I love ya Mike, miss ya Purdue and Michelle . . . Plans: To party hardy and to live a long happy life ... All my love and thanks to Mom and Dad. TRACY ANNE SALAZAR Sally, Trace . . . Serious, friendly. Sensitive . . . Peeves: Phony people, not understanding, 8 a.m. bell, people who think the world revolves around them, good byes . . . Favorites: Marching and concert band, track, " " wheaties, " " Jeepers crow, " pizza, all the SHS memories, Powder-puff, the S.S. conservatory, Newport, Canada . . . Plans: college, just to be happy . . . Special love and thanks to family and friends. ANTHONY SAMMARCO Ant . . . Sarcastic . . . Peeves: Roxies, getting lost, not enough time . . . Favorites: Defender, Gina Beagle. D.W., Twiight Zone . . . Memories: Soccer, Bird St., no clothes, 5 2 85 Junior Prom, 8 16 85 one year with Pia, Mr. B. always being there, good times with Hoffa, Craig, Marty, Dennis, and Donna ... I love you Charles I ' ll never forget . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad ... I love you Pia. we ' ll beat the odds! LISA BETH ROVNER PAMELA JANE RGSSELL LISA MARIE SALAMONE TRACY A. SALAZAR ANTHONY P. SAMMARCO 48 CARL L. SANGIOLO LAUREN SCHNEIDER DEBBIE SEGRINI ERIC J. SAPERSTEIN PAGL D. SARNIE CARL LOUIS SANGIOLO Sangi, Carlos, Guido . . . Cute, quiet, cuddly . . . Peeves: Solo ' s, Mark-a- lot mornings, bondo bubbles, procrastinating . . . Favorites: Pioneer, T.V. Pro, Grand Prix, " Oy!! are you crazy, " cruisin ' , VH Beautiful girls . . . Memories: CYO ski trips, projects w Ed 4 83, Pulling dents for Rick and Ed . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, I love ya! ERIC J. SAPERSTEIN Sap, Bip . . . Friendly, sensitive, perceptive . . . Peeves: homebodies, French, long cold distance . . . Favorites: Track, raccoons, trivial pursuit . . . Memories: 3x championship — C.C., 9 24 84, Captain — 3, fun times with Bob, Scott W., Scott R., Rich and Steve . . . Plans: Eric Saperstein M.D., To be successful and have a fun-filled life . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Alan, Sarina and my stable force. PAGL D. SARNIE Baques, Bagels, Pauly Wally . . . Talkative, too generous, loud, fun- loving . . . Peeves: Waking up in the morning, Brighams, having no money, building bridges out of toothpicks . . . Memories: Close-(Jp with Rene, horseback riding for the first time, " but caffeine makes you nervous " . . . Favorites: Sleeping all day. Gimme a Break, Cosby Show, Chinese food, ice cream that I shouldn ' t be eating . . . Love and thanks to Mom, Dad and Mr. Murphy. LAGREN SCHNEIDER Law . . . Unique, outgoing, stubborn . . . Peeves: Warm beer, long lines, traffic . . . Motley Crue, " hort-hey, " brown vans, pools, Coors, Demo Derby, the garage, 50 bucks, " oh well, " " nice effect, " corruption, 6 16 84, 10 6 84, Jeff and Tommy, " bloop, " . . . Rock and roll all nite long and party everyday! . . . Thanks to family and friends. ILISA DALE SCHWARTZ llisa . . . Flirtatious, blunt, aggressive . . . Favorites: French fries, ketchup, pizza, skiing. Nautilus, 83-84 cheerleading. Van Halen, White Snake, Bob Seger . . . Memories: " Night moves, " beep-beep, parks after a storm . . . " just do it " . . . 13. JAY BERTRAM SELIBER Jason, " Salad " . . . Chess (pres. 85-86), math, tennis, hockey . . . Peeves: Research papers, summer reading, age jokes, first run buses, infinite loops . . . Favorites: Friday morning munchkins, terminal days, compiler deed A, " phun with physics " . . . Memories: Milton Academy Summer Program ' 85, Stoughton 7 — Canton 6, NHS, Olympiad Finalist, National Merit Commendation. JOE L. SERPA Weiser, Vinnie . . . Original, irresponsible, rebellious . . . Peeves: Rats, bedspins, the Ham . . . Favorites: A special Bud while " minutes become memories, " the Clash, . . . Memories: Midnight golf, Feb. ' 84, Boston Allnighters: " wanna date?, " CJMass, McD ' s hangovers, " check out Vinnie, " breadloaf . . . Best with the gang, Wild Heart, " Save it for later, " ... All my love to Mom, Dad and family. STACEY A. SEWCYK Stacia, Stew . . . Friendly, stubborn . . . Peeves: 18 and under . . . Favorites: Tom Selleck, 18 and over . . .Memories: Marco with Jen ' 85, talks with Lori, G-hr with Co-Co, Herse 85-86, Lucky 13, crusing in Tina ' s green bomber, the K-mobile, " hey Liz-Ben, " good times with Tee 2 23 85, 5 2 85, " The Closer I Get to You, " blue suede shoes, weekend of ' 84, Miami Vice, Bird St., " Elysert, " " caps with four bottles, " friends forever with Pia ... I love you. Mom. ILISA SCHWARTZ JAY BERTRAM SELIBER JOE L. SERPA STACEY A. SEWCYK 49 s ALEXANDRE C. SILVA ROBERT SCOTT SILVERSTEIN DAVID A. SHALIT GREG SHEEDY DAVID SHALIT Dave, (Dave-o to a select few) . . . Peeves: Summer reading, poetry . . . Favorites: Phil Collins, Billy Joel, Summer of ' 85, MASP ' 85 . . . Memories: " Whoa! " " The Big Three, " " Taking the gas pipe, " Chinese on Thursday, " Quiet!, " simpering dolls! " . . . Love and thanks to Mom and Dad. GREG SHEEDY Friendly, caring, outgoing . . . Peeves: Monday mornings, rainy days . . . " You look marvelous " . . . Journey, Italian food . . . Favorites: Keeping statistics for girls basketball, all sports, Texas trip, knowing Anna and a nice guy Mr. Tucker . . . Plans: Communications, keep in touch with friends, marry a blond with blue eyes. PETER SHIRIKJIAN College applications, Phil Collins, The Who, College . . . ALEXANDRE SILVA Alex, Al . . . Flirty, friendly, athletic . . . Peeves: Working weekends, " early mornings, " snobs, " arriving early " . . . Favorites: Soccer, 1 1 , true blondes, Z-28, Gap Band, " M. D. Oak Tree, " " standard hondas " . . . Memories: Summer of ' 84, Suzie (frisbee??), to babes with all my love, the gang, Hampton Beach ' 85, Brazil ' 86, great times with Vera, " Obrigado Mae, Pai e tia meu amor para todos " ROBERT SCOTT SILVERSTEIN Bob . . . Sensitive, moody, perceptive . . . Peeves: People who don ' t say what they mean, people who don ' t act as they feel, " them " . . . Favorites: The Police, B. Joel, " it ' s either sadness or euphoria, " pizza, track, psych, ' it wasn ' t one of my better works, " Dyan Laughin . . . Memories: Papa G ' s, 5 21 85. 2 almost championships, Eric, Scott W, Fifi la Racoon, Steph K, and my best friend. Rich W. . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. MARIA R. SIMAS Crazy Simas . . . Moody, stubborn, nice . . . Peeves: Hard tests, people saying something and they don ' t know what they are saying . . . Favorites: Night Ranger . . . Memories: Summer of " 84 and summer of ' 85 . . . Plans: To go to college . . . Thank you. Mom and Dad. RICHARD J. SMITH JR. Rick, snake . . . Peeves: " ' Why, " " no, " " when you getting it painted? " . . . Favorites: (J2, " message in a bottle, " blue. Bruins . . . Memories: Summer in Florida 1984, best times with Tim, Andy, Jim, ball with Zam. Lee, June 1979, time with Kev., the pit . . . Future Plans: To be rich!!! . . . Thank you. Ma, Dad, and Kevin. MARIO J. SOaSA Mari-ari-arl-o, Ma . . . Memories: Renee forever. Fun times with Alex, soccer with coach, baby Ronnie, Christine, Suzie and the cheerleaders, quarters . . . Favorites: Soccer, Beatles, Foreigner, Heiney, " 4, Risky Business, my electric blanket . . . Peeves: Waking up, working weekends, accidents, snobs, Foxboro . . . Mom and Dad, I love you. PETER C. SHIRIKJIAN MARIA R. SIMAS RICHARDJ. SMITH JR. MARIO J. SOaSA 50 SaSANA soasA CAROL SPICKLER BRIAN STATKIEWICZ JOYCE ANN STEPHANSKY DEBBIE SPEARIN DANIEL SPENCER SUSANA SOGSA Sue, Suzie Q . . . moody, impatient, friendly . . . Peeves: Waiting, having no money, getting up for school, babysitting . . . Favorites: Weekends, the beach, " let ' s party, " " get down, " working with Addy, " good times with Frank, " " fighting with Lee " . . . Memories: " my daddy, " summer of ' 84, Fields Park, good times with great friends . . . Plans: Travel and enjoy life, thanks to Mom DEBBIE SPEARIN Deb, Debs-z . . . Blunt, impatient. Sarcastic . . . Peeves: No money, busysignals, ants in locker, waiting . . . Favorites; The Crue, 13, Camaros, " check em out!, " adventures with Lisa, let ' s cruise, drive- in with Lid, John, all the good times with my friends . . . Love ya, Mom and Dad, thanks for putting up with me . . . Glad to get out! DANIEL M. SPENCER Spence, laid back, easy-going . . . Peeves: Late people, busy phones . . . Favorites: The Silver Bullet, The Gray Ghost, Springsteen, free buddies from Hector . . . Memories: The Muzztones, what 1 like about you, Capehouse ' 84, Phone calls in a closet, losing the belt . . . Plans: To go wherever the wind blows . . . Thanks to Mom and Dad. CAROL SPICKLER Spick, Spice . . . Spirited, spontaneous . . . Favorites: 12, Phil, beach nights, ballet . . . Memories: Summer ' 83, 6 27 85, Powder Puff, gymnastics, " decisions, " cheeerleading, T.Ping, Bus rides, 6 6-12 85 Mew York ' 85, " something different, " sneaking out, Mich, " the big secret, " Jen, friends forever, snowball fights, dreams, sunglasses, " one, sometimes, always, never " . . . Love and thanks to Mom and Dad. BARRY SPILLBERG Ian . . . Outgoing, mellow, violent . . . Peeves: Posers, Glynn, people that take write-ups seriously . . . F avorites: Metallica, Slayer, Maniac, Bang that head that doesn ' t bang, smirnoff . . . Memories: Celebrations 1 1 6 85 12 4 85, party with Metallica . . . Plans: To play drums or say hello to a gutter in Boston. BARRY STEINBERG Steiny . . . Generous, easy-going, humerous . . . Peeves: Ignorance, smokers . . . Favorites: Huwey Lewis and The News, Heart of Rock and Roll, baseball . . . Memories: 1979 Little League team (19 wins, 0 losses, town championship) . . . Plans: Broadcasting for a major TV network. JOYCE STEPHANSKY Joycie, J.J. . . . fun loving, sensitive . . . Peeves: Call-backs, cliques . . . Memories: 3-13-84, Fiddler, Okla, Annie, Dolly, GNH, Jazz choir, Snow coir, StuCo, drill team, cocopuff, mica. Marching Black Knights, NESBA! " DMA — with pride, " NEJCC, Philly, Toronto, Dunfey ' s, " put it in park, " . . . Favorites: Mark, Becky, wonderful neighb ors, Beatles, Prince, 1 losers ... To my family and friends, 1 love you . . . Pax Semper. LAGRA ANDREA STEVENS Conscientious, spirited, caring . . . Peeves: Steph ' s messes, mono, graduation night ' 85 . . . Favorites: Swimming, Brady, and 4 years w Sue . . . Memories; Cheerleading, sectionals, growing up w David, Moby ' 84, crazy crushes, " Shhh!, " my big brothers, sugar loaf, " Lu- Lu, " my blonde lifeguard, Newport summers, the foursome??, " Seriously " . . . Love and luck to my best friend . . . Lots of love and thanks to Mom, Dad, and Russell. BARRY SPILLBERG BARRY STEINBERG LAGRA ANDREA STEVENS 51 LORRAINE M. STEWART PATTI SULLIVAN MICHAEL E. SWANBECK JOHN NICHOLAS TAMMARO LORRAINE MARIE STEWART Stew, Rain, Lori . . . Honest . . . " If it walks like a duck and talks like a duck " . . . Memories; Band, E204, Toronto, marching all weekend . . . Plans: To be happy, M.D., continue to trust . . . Best of luck to all pigeons . . . Love and thanks to friends, Joe, Gert and Mary . . . Thanks, Mum. I love you. MICHAEL E. SWANBECK Swanny . . . Happy, illogical, easy-going . . . Peeves: " On the line, " Monday mornings, teases . . . Favorites: 3, Joe, Kev, Fran, Trent, times with Michelle . . . Memories: Bus rides for away games, football with Muzz, Bill, Tom, Den, basketball with Joe and Kevin . . . Thanks for everything, Mr. Weiner, I ' ll miss the crew . . . Thanks, Mom, I love you. MARTIN SWARTZ Suppa head . . . Lazy, easygoing, funny . . . Peeves: Roxie ' s, Joe D . . . Favorites: " Beth, " Kiss, A.C. D.C. . . . Memories: Marky D., Tom M., Tim M., Gibbs, tomato fights . . . Plans: Quit Roxie ' s, college . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. JOHN N. TAMMARO Johnny T. . . . Athletic, moody . . . Peeves: Hitting the post, sarcastic girls . . . Favorites: Spa pizza, 02, " The Boss, " 4 years football, " the tool, " " the kohuna, " 4 years hockey, busrides, " phew, " team breakfast, ' " 5 minutes, " advice from Etianne, " the light. " " Cape, " parking lot with no middle. Lake Pearl, " the fagline, " " " something to prove, " Charles; a friend I ' ll never forget, switching with Spence, " special times with Lori, " talks with Cin, Shell, Tobe and Jules . . . Thanks Ma and Dad, i love you. JAMES RICHARD TARCHARA Skippy, " ' Jimmy T " . . . Sarcastic, confused, wild n ' crazy . . . Peeves: Having no money or gas, cliques, passes, homework, curfews, " where are you going? " tardies, " when will you be home? " . . . Favorites: Jazz, Spyro Gyra, " let ' s do a Dominos! " G2, Dweez, 3 30 85, " One More Night " . . . Excellent times with Andrea, Tom, Chase, Ricky, Tim, Erik, and Peter . . . Special thank you to Mom, Dad, Carol and Bobby. MARTY SWARTZ JAMES RICHARD TARCHARA 52 CHRISTINE M. TARDANICO CATHY TEMPESTA JGLIE L. TIBETS V TIM TARECO ANTOINETTE R. TAYLOR CHRISTINE TOBIN CHRISTINE MARIE TARDANICO Chris, Tard, Chris-T-I-M-E! . . . Friendly, sensitive . . . Peeves: broken promises, " It ' s only because we love you! " , being the " younger " older sister . . . Favorites: West Dennis Jr. Yacht Club, sailing, Killington, my extra-ordinary family . . . Memories: summers on the Cape, the Riviera, Nantucket 8 23 85, TOR PHILI UNH, Jazz Show choir ■82- 86, " Help! Our bus smells! " , losers, the crawdad song . . . My love to babes — 7 20 85, California ' 86 . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad; I love you! TIM TARECO Lazy, obnoxious, confused . . . Peeves: " Can I have a bite? " the green machine . . . Favorites: B52 ' s, Bicky ' s w Moost . . . Best times w Cin and Elyse, " when we ' re married, " Jr. Prom, 17 yrs w Patty, " run em over Timmy! " Florida-summer ' 84, " Andrew, " locked in at Lincoln ' s, " Gina said, " in the hall w flats, majonga, unforgettable memories of Rick . . . Love ya Ma, Pat, and Jule. ANTOINETTE RGTHANN TAYLOR Ton! . . . Sociable, fresh, caring . . . Peeves: teachers, immaturity, " der " . . . Favorites: " Climax, " " I Miss You, " baseball, English, " fresh. " Chinese food . . . Rose, thanks for being a great sis, Lace and Nardie, thanks for being great friends ... To go to college and be a dietary planner . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, for your support. CATHY TEMPESTA Cat . . . Fun, crazy, unpredictable . . . Peeves: two-faced people, Mondays, B-hr. . . . Favorites: Outfield, " say it isn ' t so. " Italian food, dirtbag, miss ya, Michael . . . Memories; New Hampshire with Ronnie, good talks with Robyn . . . Plans: To go to college and travel ... I love you Mom and Dad and you too Ron. TORY THORPE Jet . . . artistic, athletic . . . Peeves: Losing, second place, homework . . . Favorites: Art, karate, food . . . Memories: Tournaments, New York city, night clubs, floor lords ... 1 love you. Mom and Dad. JGLIE LOUISE TIBETS Jules, Tib, Benchwarmer . . . Happy, silly, erratic . . . Peeves; " Them, " people who spell my last name wrong . . . Favorites: Phil Collins, gum. Gazebo 84, " can ' t force things that don ' t fit, ' rappin with Dee, 9 24 84, cake fights with Dee and Eric, winter track, " he ' s always in the bushes, " " OCICIT! " Dr. Julie Tibets, Love and thanks to Louise, Fred, my stable force. BARBARA TIMILTY Barb, Sparkle . . . Flaky, sensitive, quiet until known . . . Peeves: Laces and frills, mistakes, 2 yr. separation, 10 24 85 . . . Favorites; Eden, roses, " Stuck on You, " the mice, to Rose: " 1 can walk terfectly tine, " whatever, nevermind, " how ' s the dip? " good times — Allston, Fairhaven, " summer 83-85 " 6 23 84, 10 17 85, nutty bunch, thanks Linda, Love for Robbie, 1-4-3-4-7 . . . Thank you. Mom and Dad. CHRISTINE MARIE TOBIN Kristen . . . Crazy, persistent, gullible . . . Peeves; Pre-wash at McD ' s " whatever! " . . . Favorites; Majorettes, (NEMA, Capt. 85-86); Turkey Day ' 85- " mud, " Chinese food. Journey, Prince, " the ride, " " Still Lovin ' You " . . . Memories; Great times w Superload. 7 22 85, " Blackjack, Grumbles Spaz, " " party over here! " Sting, summer ' 85, Newport, the twin " what?! " sisters? ... I love you, Todd . . . Thanks to my family, 1 love you all. MAUREEN C. TOKARZ Maureen, Mo . . . Loud, outgoing, friendly . . . Peeves; fights with Shawn, snobs, going to school, saying goodbye, waiting . . . Favorites; Aerosmith, Rolling Stones, Chinese food with Karen, Boston, " weirdo in Limo, " Paul, Kim, Karen and Mike, " Pepsi bottle, " summer of ' 85, " Beth, " . . . Memories: 5 27 85, Shawn, 6 10 85, Amherst, West school. Camp Academy, " the beach " . . . Thanks, Mom, Dad and family. TORY H. THORPE BARBARA-ANN TIMILTY MAUREEN C. TOKARZ 53 DANNY TRATENBERG DIANNE TREMBLAY CRAIG S. GNI ISABEL VIERA RICHARD G. WADDLETON DANNY TRATENBERG Trat . . . Curious, talkative . . . Peeves: People blowing smoke in my face after smoking a cigarette . . . Favorites; Def Leppard, Huey Lewis, " Summertime girls, " pizza, tennis, hockey . . . Memories: Playing on the tennis team and really doing good . . . Possibly to go to school and work and have a few sports cars. DIANNE TREMBLAY " D " , . . Gullible, easy-going, spacy . . . Peeves: Busy signals, Monday, waiting . . . Favorites; " Home, " Stevie Nicks, " are you serious, " " The Who, " chocolate . . . Memories; 8 19 85, Canary Island with Lisa, B-hr Commons, Friday nights, summer of ' 81 , best times with the girls . . . Plans; To be happy and successful . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, I love you! CRAIG S. GNI Humorous, athletic, friendly . . . Peeves: Practice, school, knees . . . Favorites; Football, 1 or 2 beers, summer, lifting . . . Memories: 15 days down Tony ' s place. King Phillip, Ipswich, good times with friends . . . Future plans: College, get rich, have fun . . . Everyone be good! ISABEL VIERA Is . . . Calm, cool, and collective . . . Peeves; Hills, homework, being bored . . . Favorites; Mr. Murphy, " I don ' t know and I don ' t care!, " all of my friends . . .Memories; 6 4 85, 9 10 85, 9 5 84, summers, A run for nature . . . Plans: To be very, very, happy. RICHARD G. WADDLETON Rich, Richie (to the chosen few), Pianoman, creative . . . Memories; Fiddler, Oklahoma, Annie, Dolly, and Toronto and Philly . . . Peeves; Constance FLow, them . . . Favorites; The green bomber, SHS music, dyan laughin, " get me the ax, " " no . . . show, " " it wasn ' t one of my better works. " " oh, please!, " phonecalls with Bob, weekends with Scott, Eric and the " gang, " California here I come! . . . Thanks Mom . . . Thanks, Dad. THOMAS JANSEEN WAHL Tom, Tommy . . . Loud and rowdy . . . Peeves: Form running, halftimes. Canton . . . Favorites: Vechi-R yu, football, baseball . . . Memories: Junior and Senior Prom " 85, 4 20 84, summers, the Garage . . . Plans; College . . . Thanks and appreciation to Mom, family and friends . . . Special thanks to Robin. AMY L. WALENT The memories of SHS are most important. We probably won " t remember all the dates or times and we may even forget some of the events, but we will never forget the people, the friends, or the teachers. KRISTINEGNIACKE THOMAS JANSSEN WAHL AMY L. WALENT 54 DIANE L. WALSH JOMATHAN A. WAX MICHAEL S. WALTER ERIK M. WARE DIANE L. WALSH Di, Shoes, Mary Lou . . . Bubbly, silly, compassionate . . . Peeves: Favoritism, gossip . . . Memories: Working at the Crescent Ridge, CYO ski trips, " you can ' t forced things that don ' t fit, " rappin with Jules, drill team bus rides, " Celebration, " special moments with Maryann and Susan, " Annie, " good times with friends . . . College-bound, wish everyone happiness and success . . . Thanks Mom. MICHAEL S. WALTER Stubby . . . Athletic, happy-go-lucky, short . . . Peeves: Losing, lies, waiting in line, an empty tank, wedgees, spa cops, sprints . . . Favorites: Journey, grease, snoozing in class, smiles . . . Memories: Boob, Gus, Bri, Rich, Bri ' s greased lighting, Wendy ' s crew, good times with Pam, the coaches at SHS . . . Plans: College and be the best at what ever I decide to do . . . Thanks to everybody who ' s helped me here, you too Ma! ERIK M. WARE Ricky . . . Outgoing, crazy, sensitive . . . Peeves: Waiting till the last minute, having no money, driving without a destination, Mon-Fri, 8:12-2:09 . . . Favorites: GSY, Rocky Horror, out with the guys, ask me if I care?, G2, Prince, Joel, Roba, Bri, my Camaro . . . Memories: 6 26 9:03, summer ' 84, Sanctuary . . . Plans: G-Mass bound . . . Thanks Scott, friends forever, all my love to Mom, Dad, and Jen TRENT WATSON Ice T, T-Rockski, Treat . . . Friendly, outgoing . . . Peeves: Prejudiced people, gossip, ignorance . . . Favorites: Camp Hale, The Time, " yeeeee!, " Proverbs 13:16, Run DMC, good-afternoon, 1 22 84, chilling with Chill, Steph, handing with the crew, JoJo, the Sixers . . . Plans: College and be successful . . . Thanks for everything Mom, I love you. JONATHAN A. WAX Waxy, Waxman . . . Sarcastic, outgoing, friendly . . . Peeves: Back stabbers, fake friends, busy signals, no gas, work . . . Favorites: The bubble, Commodores and Lionel Richie, cupcake, Sax commercials, the night life, " the woman " . . . Memories: GNH jazz, we are 1 , wrestling for SHS, the band, and my love for Kim (1 13 85) . . .Plans: To be successful in the music world . . . Special thanks to Mom and Dad. SCOTT J. WEISS Scay, Weese . . . Sarcastic, perceptive, understanding . . . Peeves: " Them, " phonies, French, Foxboro . . . Favorites: Corolla, the Spa, weekends, " life ' s been good " . . . Memories: Trackie, 2-mile (9:40), X=C captain, 3 yr. champs, Shaws. summer ' 85, 8 15 85, 10 20 85, Kerry, Val, " don ' t be doin that, " " why be normal, " Eric, Bob, Rich, Scott, and Steve, Tom and the gang . . . Plans: College, architect . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. JOHN T WHIFFEN Whiff . . . Crazy, fun loving, sensitive . . . Peeves: Confusion, no money, OSS, " brief " . . . Favorites: " Party all the time, " " how ya doin, " Bickfords, C hour Commons ... To my friends: thanks for all the good times, I ' ll miss you . . . Thanks to Mom and Dad. PATRICIA A. WHITE Tricia . . . Moody, sensitive, gullible . . . Peeves: Cliques, busy signals, snobs, Monday mornings . . . Favorites: " Eagles, " " Aerosmith, " " who cares?, " summer of ' 84 . . . Memories: Found with Mike, 6 18 84, Judy and Joanne, thanks for beings friends . . . Plans: College to be successful . . . Thanks for everything, I love you Mom and Dad. TRENT WATSON SCOTT J. WEISS JOHN T. WHIFFEN PATRICIA WHITE 55 w EDWARD WOLF CINDY ILENE YARMALOFF STAGEY LYNN ZELBOW STAGEY WILLIAMS MARK WiNGROVE KEVIN P. WINTERS FRANGIS WILLIAMS Fran . . . Quiet, calm, lazy . . . Peeves: Big mouths, rats, two- faced people . . . Favorites: " Yo chief, " hanging out with the crew, chilling . . . Memories: Giggling green monster, being with Lisa, talking with J.D. . . . Plans: To make money. STAGEY WILLIAMS Stace, Spacy . . . Friendly, ambitious, outgoing . . . Peeves: Getting up early, kids . . . Favorites: Cuban, the zoo, buds, party, bad co., motorcycles, never straight, forward . . . Memories: 5 19 80, 5 83 summer, 5 84 summer, Paula always, Mike 4 29 84 always, tender years, 1 1 22 85, aladdins . . . Plans: Going off to college, travel . . . Love always. Mom and Dad. MARK WINGROVE Winnie . . . Fun, outgoing, sensitive . . . Peeves: People smoking around me, no money, O. S. S Favorites: U2. " some sort of homecoming, ' junk food, wrestling, company (A-12) . . . Thanks to Kevin, Scott, John, Pat, Chris, Sue, Pam and Holly for all the fun and good times . . . special thanks to Mom and Dad for their support. KEVIN WINTERS Wintz . . . Quiet, sensitive, trustworthy . . . Favorites: " Cuts like a knife, ' Commons, " cruzin, " destination unknown . . . Memories: My friends, thanks for all the good times, it ' s been real . . . Plans: Tropical spring, destination unknown . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, Pam, Chris, Holly, Sue, Jodie, Pat, Mark, and John for making it possible. EDWARD H. WOLF Ed . . . Friendly, humorous, individual . . . Peeves: Rats, Monday mornings, smoke in the bathroom . . . Favorites: G2, Police, Spa pizza . . . Memories: " The site, " track meets, summer vacations . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. DAYNA WOOLLEY Bunny . . . Sensitive, naive, outgoing . . . Favorites: Schneider parties, incognito parties, Bryan Adams, 9 18, Heart 11 19, July 4th, Cathy " taught me everything 1 know, " 16 years with Cathy, " Ed, " keep it wet, Boston from afar, sorry Cheryl, nice effect, brown eggs are local. Bud light, hort-hey, labs with Tom . . . Thanks to Mom, Dad, Homers, Silvas, and Jon B . . . live, laugh, love. GINDY ILENE YARMALOFF Cin . . . Talkative, moody . . . Peeves: My sweet 16, worrying, trying too hard . . . Favorites: 15 awesome years with Lisi, a forever friendship with Tim, " That ' s What Friends Are For, " Marg and Tom, thanks for being so special . . . Memories: Lucky 13, Jr. Prom, " ma, " locked in at Lincolns, laughs with Trish, greatest times with Cheri, the cab-ride, thoughts of Charles, Daddy ' s girl . . . Thanks, Annie, Mom and Dad, 1 couldn ' t have done it without you . . . LYNN M. YOGNG Lynn, Lynnsie, Lynnion . . . Short, flirtatious, active . . . Peeves: Rumors, losing my best friend, no money, getting caught, groundation . . . Favorites: Early mornings with Steve, Swim-Team: Brady, Billy Joel, The Gang . . . Memories: The Beach, the woods, 8-28-83, 1 1 -2 1 -85 . . . Plans: Move out, make money and marriage, " Some day, " . . . Love and thanks to Mom and Dad, Love to Steve. LYNN M. YOGNG 1 J 56 IN MEMORIAM ' ' Honor those who are dead and gone with remembrance, not with tears ... " From St. Chrysostom: Commentaries YOUNG FLOWER (Dedicated to the memory of Charles Tucker) A young flower bloomed today But the world never noticed Its beauty and its grace. A miracle of nature Has come alive. No one knew. Although many walked the path Few stopped to take in its many attributes. They thought there would be time. Why waste it on little flowers? Time never came. A young flower died today. The world is all in mourning Over petals never touched or smelled. The rare existence That was overlooked. It ' s too late. (Sheri Elena Hewson) CHARLES TUCKER CINDY BRADBCJRY She passed away like morning dew Before the sun was high; So brief her time, she scarcely knew The meaning of a sigh. (Hartley Coleridge, Early Death) MIKE LEE Man with the burning soul. Has but an hour of breath, To build a ship of truth. On which his soul may sail — Sail on the sea of death. For death takes toll of beauty, courage, youth. Of all but truth. (Truth, John Masefield) « lllllllll We study the old-fashioned way , and we study the modern way . 58 Most Popular Most Likely to Succeed Most Typical (Steven Murray, Tina Doucette) (Maurice Leger, Amy Cotter) (Mike McCabe, Jennifer Marotta) Most Mischieuous Most Talkatiue Best Buddies (Pam Panek, Dennis Keane) (Cindy Yarmaloff, Paul Sarnie) (Todd Levine, Lance Levy) Best Buddies Nicest Smile Most Artistic (Kirsten Egersheim, Kathy Foley) (Amy Cotter. Kevin Harding) (Lesia Dijak. Tory Tiiorpe) 60 The Bestest and The Mostest . . . 1986 SENIOR SGPERLATIVES Wicked, Awesome Non-Humongous jlere ' s evidence that Sketti Supper is attended only by tie more inconspicuous student. Mr. Weiner gasps in horror as Melissa Gorman gleefully taints Sheila ' s plate. Among those enjoying the hearty meal were Monica McKinnon, Karen Parvey, and Susan Goldstein. Tracey Dwyer asks herself how she got mixed up with this giggly trio. Brian Kelley, Eddie McElaney and Billy Delaney " revel " in Sketti Supper festivities. don ' t think it ' s quite dead yet! " Ron DiMatteo ;assures Mr. Weiner. " Hey, my spaghetti moved! " Cheryl Lipsky shrieks. Master Chef Barry Steinberg stirs the concoction. 63 Mr. Joseph Bridgeforth and Sue McNamara seem Among those present were Mrs. Marie Jardin, Mrs. Julie Conroy, Mrs. Dorothy MacQuown. Dr. John Murray almost glad to be back after vacation. and Mrs. Andrea Kime. Mr. William Berry looks over the group and proclaims them " Top shelf!! " " Tears for Fears " Is the proud slogan of Joe Serpa, Dan Reardon, and Andy Banks. " Three very proper maidens " are Jennifer Marrotta. Monica McKinnon, and Tina Doucette. 64 THE 1986 POWDERPUFF FOOTBALL TEAM iGR POWDERPUFF CHEERLEADERS (BEAUTIES ALL): (Front) Chris Dunne, Mike McCabe, Brian Lanner. A Jackman to Batchelder handoff gains son . yardage iear) Maurice Leger, Carlos DeBrugada, Eric Saperstein, Scott Weiss, Andy Bank, Tim Devine, Mark Gillette. on a tricky reverse. FACGLTY IN THIS SECTION: • 73 Guidance • 74 Administration • 76 English • 78 Mathennatics • 80 Social Studies • 82 Science • 84 Business Education • 86 Foreign Languages • 87 Home Economics Industrial Arts • 88 Special Education Occupational Education • 89 Physical Education Creative and Performing Arts DEDICATION The ' 86 STOTONIAN staff dedicates ths Faculty Section to Mr. Edward Weiner foi his supreme dedication, inspiring leader- ship, and deep concern for the interests and welfare of the Class of 1986. We also salute . . . Mr. Ronald Christianson who has pro- duced a " winning " tradition which stamp; SHS as No. 1 in the musical world. Mr. Joseph Chamberlain for bringing in- to existence the newest of SHS groups Alternate Infinity, and giving a group ol dedicated sci-fi fans a good excuse to hanc around school after the final bell. Mr. Frank Coen for making it fun tc come to school on so many days and foi proving that learning doesn ' t have to bd dull. The advisors of all the clubs and ac- tivities for giving of themselves so freely ir both time and energy. 72 Mr. Anthony L. Sarno, Jr. Principal Mr. Robert McLaughlin Assistant Principal June 6, 1986 TO THE CLASS OF 1986: Congratulations upon the successful completion of your Stoughton High School career The educational experience you encountered throughout your school year will directly affec the fulfillment of your future goals. Set your goals high and settle for nothing but the best. | The Class of 1986 is my first four-year class as Principal of Stoughton High Schoolj Together, we have experienced many positive changes. I want to take this opportunity til thank you for the cooperation and understanding afforded me during your high school years Your parents and teachers should also be congratulated. Their unselfish dedication ani commitment toward your completion of graduation requirements are to be commended. In closing, may I wish each graduate a future filled with good health, an abundance of hap piness, and many successes. Sincerely, ALS:db Anthony L. Sarno, Jr. Principal Stoughton High School Mr. Geoffrey Fanning Assistant Principal Ms. Cheryl Anderson Librarian Mrs. Marecelyn Curry School Nurse 74 .1 I ATTENDANCE CENTER Mr. Jerome C ullen Manager, Attendance Center Holly Silva Ho Aide CHOOL COMMITTEE: (Front) Mrs. Margaret Sewcyk, Mrs. Joanne Blonnstrom (chm.). (Rear) Mr. David amacho, Dr. Joseph Harrison, Jr., Dr. John Murray, Mr. John Dacey. DEDICATION The editors of the STOTOMIAN salute Mrs. Joanne Blomstrom and Mr. John Dacey for many years of service on the Stoughton School Committee. As they retire from the committee, they go with the gratitude of many years of high school students for their efforts on behalf of a better educational deal for the students, par- ticularly during the trying years of the initial impact of Proposition 2- ' 2. Students really don ' t know too much about the school committee and what goes on. Yet, we all benefit from their efforts. Thank you, Mrs. Blomstrom and Mr. Dacey, for your untiring efforts on our behalf and for your dedication to the ideals of a bet- ter educational system for each of us. SCHOOL COMMITTEE — 1 1 To the Class of 1986: Congratulations on the occasion of your graduation from Stoughton High School. 1 have had the privilege of knowing many of you since your kindergarten years and ( have enjoyed watching you grow both in age and, hopefully, in wisdom. The mission of the Stoughton schools, simply stated, is to provide the type of education that will meet the in- dividual needs of all of you. This mission is not limited to educational needs in the narrow sense but in a more general way to touch upon the inherent dignity within each one of you that will translate into a more meaningful life style. Today, more than ever before in our history, the quality of life depends upon careful and fully informed citizens to protect both the environment and the freedom of the world. Your obligations as members of society will make greater demands on you and your children in the many years ahead. We have prepared you well for the task ahead and wish you well in both your educational and business endeavors. Your parents and your school share in all your hopes and dreams and I personally would like to thank your parents for serving as such wonderful partners in your educational program. On this, the occasion of your graduation, my fondest wishes are for your health and happiness. 1 do hope you will come to visit us as often as you may wish. We look forward to seeing you and, again, congratulations. CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION Dr. Carol Wareing Assistant Superintendent 75 Mr. Donald Bernier BUSINESS EDGCATION Mrs. Helen Rabouin Mr. James Boushell Director Mrs. Mary Alice Cottle " Business more than any other oc- cupation is a continual dealing with the future; it ' s a continual calcula- tion, an instinctive ex- ercise in foresight. " Is Jon Whiffen hacking? Mr. Alton Flynn 84 Mrs. Karen Benjamin Director Mr. Nuno Vierra Mrs. Joyce Lewis FOREIGN LANGGAGES Mr. Williann Berry Mr. Francis Santoro 4t Mr. Dale LaVelle Mrs. Claire Guiney Ms. Maureen Maher Ms. Anna Carreiro SPECIAL EDUCATION Mrs. Marie Jardin Mrs. Julie Conroy " The roots of education are bitter, but tlie fruit is sweet. " ARISTOTLE Mrs. Loyola Moran Special Ed. Aide OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION Mr. John Keppel Occupational Ed. Mr. Richard Novak Distributive Ed. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mr. Paul Jacobs Director, Phys-Ed Mrs. Michelle Foley Miss Patricia Ford Mrs. Bruce Jackman Mr. Charles Meroth Mr. Thomas Medeiros Director, Art Mr. Richard Mendes The Arts FINE ARTS CREATIVE ARTS PERFORMING ARTS Mrs. Linda Dolan Director, Drama Miss Donna Teper Choral Music Mr. Ronald Christianson Director, Music Mr. Steven Dorgan Instrumental Music DEDICATION The ' 86 STOTOhlAN SPORTS STAFF dedicates the sport section of the yearbook to the boys cross country team and to Coach John Hurley. The team, winning three consecutive titles and suffering only one loss in those three years, has represented Stoughton High athletics with consistent success giving all of us a sense of pride. We also salute . . . The all-league performers: Sheila Jackman, Mancy Bechet, Tracey Aguiar, Jim Costa, Ig- nacio Silva, Eric Saperstein, Scott Weiss, Mark Gomes, Lisa Alexson, Brian Lanner, Susan Hurley, Paul McGovern, and Terry Buggs. The tournament teams: Soccer, Field Hockey, Boys Basketball. The Gymnastics team for keeping the sport alive and removing the w ord " quit " from the SHS sports vocabulary. SPORTS IN THIS SECTION: • 91 Golf • 92 Cheerleaders • 94 Football • 96 Boys Soccer • 98 Girls Soccer • 99 Swimming • 100 Field Hockey • 102 Cross Country 105 Gymnastics 106 Boys Basketball 108 Girls Basketball 110 Hockey 112 Track 114 Wrestling 90 GOLF Not far below the .500 mark, the golf team posted a 6-8-2 record. The 13-man squad led by seniors Steve Gallerani and Capt. Mike Foley had a somewhat disap- pointing season. With eight returning players on the team this year the boys had hoped to place higher but finished 6th out of the 9 in the league. Biggest upset of the year was a victory by SHS 1 seed, Steve Gallerani, over an Oliver Ames opponent, considered the No. One player in the league. Completing their final season were seniors Mike Foley, Gallerani and Scott Director. Two strong prospects for next year are freshman Chris Melendy (7-2) and junior Rob Grania who had the best record on the team (1 1-3-2). GOLF: (Front) Scott Dykeman, Bob Gianni, Tom Molinari, Barry Sheff. (Rear) Coach Paul Jacobs, Chris Melen- dy, Scott Director, Mike Foley, Mike Madden, Mark Musial, Joel Maclnnis. Bill Delaney Gina Oliveria 91 " Move over, Gene Kelly. We ' re singin ' in the rain. " The Football-Basketball girls smile prettily for the camera just before the Thanksgiving game gets underway. Michelle Andrews ojjens another rally. Carol Spickler and Stephanie Kemp catch the FOOTBALL-BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS: (Front) Pia Lalli. Capt. Paula Bishop, Carol Spickler. (2nd) Capt. camera ' s eye during a basketball game. Michelle Andrews, Gail Kennedy, Laurie Bishop. (Rear) Kim Tobln, Janelle Barrett. 92 SOCCER-HOCKEY CHEERLEADERS: (Front) Dianne Kennedy, Maria Costa, Cheryl Intravesante, Lisa Rossi. [Rear) Deidre O ' Sullivan, Stephanie Hoffman, Susan Erickson, Gina Hardy, Janet Tiberian. Rossi Kennedy ' y 1 a " V ' " The " Sockey-Hockey " girls take time out to show their pearly whites. Lisa Rossi displays the easy way to slam dunk. Dianne Kennedy designs a poster for the head bangers. " Raise your hand ... If you ' re sure! " A SALUTE TO CHEERLEADERS They ' re always off to the side or up in the stands. They never get in the game but they are as much a part of the game as the players themselves. They are the cheerleaders, and over the years precious few have been as dedicated and spirited as they have. In the snow of Thanksgiving or the cold of a rink, their never-ending spirit always shines through. No matter what the score, they still chant " We are proud of you! " And so the seniors of the football- basketball, soccer-hockey teams say, ' Thank you! " to Paula, Michelle, Cheryl, Maria, Pia, Lisa, Laura, Dianne, Carol, and Stephanie. 93 Clem Leary lets one fly as Dave Young and Bill Kane provide the protection. Todd Levine hands off to Bill Delaney. VARSITY: (Front) Head Coach Tom Fitzgerald, Ethan Goldberg, Rob Bento, Mike Bento, Mike Batte, Gerry Cappazzoli, John Tammaro, Capt. Steve Murra . Capt Tom Wahl Bill Delaney, Clem Leary, Peter Gay, Peter Shirikjian. (2nd) Todd Levine, Mike Walter. Bill Maloney, Brian Marshall, Tom Keane. Mike Swanbeck. Pat Donnelly, Mike Galvin Meil Goldstein, Jim Boushell, Craig Gni. (Rear) Coach Bill Cotter, Tom Shirikjian, Kevin Murphy, Dave Skoletsky, Dave Young, Bill Kane, Jeff Teplitz, Coach Paul Martin Coach Vin Hart. Craig Gni and Tom Wahl close in on the ball carrier. Mike Swanbeck up-ends a Canton runner. A frozen Bill Delaney trots to the sidelines during the Turkey Day Mud Bowl. Captains Steve Murray and Tom Wahl await the coin toss. Tom Pennor lowers the boom on a Barnstable runner as Dave Young celebrates. FOOTBALL With a 1-8 record, it may seem that the varsi- ty football team suffered a disappointing season. Although the Knights failed to better their record under first year coach Tom Fitzgerald, a great difference was noticeable. Games that were blowouts last year were near misses this year. One bright spot was the fact that the 41 points the Knights scored in their victory over King Philip was the most points scored by a Stoughton football team in over five years. Lack of depth, key injuries and, at times, a lack of self-discipline on the part of some of the more excitable players contributed greatly to the record. Boasting a small squad which forced players to play for a long time on both offense and defense, and facing a season-ending injury to key player Steve Murray, the Knights man- aged to perform creditably against their larger opponents in every game. The jayvees had a disappointing season. Coach Bill Cotter singles out Terry Steed, Tony Blakely and Allen Oppenheim as potentials for the future, together with Matt McKinnon, Mix- hael Cook and Phil Halperin. 95 VARSITY: (Front) Alex Silva, Mike Bradbury, Dana Beaton, Ignacio Silva, Capt. Tim Devine, Fabio Silva, Tony Costanao. (Rear) Chris Mercandante, Carlos DeBrugad Costa, Tony Costa, Mario Sousa, Capt. Anthony Sammarco, Joe Alves, Mario Ramos, Coach Lucio Santos. SOCCER The unsung heroes of SHS sports, the varsity soccer team continues to roll along on a victorious pace. After finishing with a 10- 3-1 record, good enough for a third place in the league, the hooters made the tournament again, losing to Falmouth in the sectionals 3-2. A key part of the offense was provided by Jim Costa, Inacio Silva and Carlos DeBrugada (an exchange student from Spain). Coach Lucio Santos attributed the good season to strong " team " effort. Jim Costa led the team in scoring. He was joined on the all-scholastic selections by Ignacio Silva. The junior varsity soccer team finished second in the league on the strength of an 1 1- 4-2 record. Sammarco uncorks one. Devine controls the pace. Costanao turns up field. 96 Goalie Chris Mercandante makes the save through a crowd. Roy Fraga prepares to I ire dui ing a i v gan le Silva Ramos Coach Nunes gives some last minute advice. NIOR VARSITY: (Front) Dan Baptista, Carlos Marcal, Marcos Bononi, Eddie Marques, Roy Fraga, Joe Gonsalves, David Fox, John Vary. (Rear) Coach Joe Nunes, Kham ng, Dana Beaton, Jay Gill, Dave Bornstein, Mike Tierney, Ed Avila, Joe Baeta, Pablo Bonomi, Bob Nieval. 97 Stoughton swimmers take the plunge. Stephanie Tsinzo SWIMMING Coach Chris Brady ' s swimmers finished with a 4-6 record. As usual, the swim team had almost as much fun swimming as they do singing on the bus. Led by Laura Stevens and Sue Cody, along with Scott Robichaud, the swimmers defeated Canton for the first time ever. Boasting a squad of eight seniors, the SHS swim team placed 10 in the sectionals. The 95-77 win over Canton was the high spot of the year. Lynn Young and Scott Robichaud broke school records. Marci Lubofsky, Michelle Aylward, and Mark Wingrove all achieved personal bests. Sue Cody ' s win in the 100-freestyle broke up a close meet. 98 Ml [II III lit III II ■ I I I I I I I I I I II III r SWIMMING: (Front) Jane Lynch, Capt. Susan Cody. Capt. Laura Stevens. Cindy Dykes. Jennifer Seave Lauren Berman, Trish Blake. (2nd) Moreen Tierney. Kerry Tsinzo, Karen Zanka, Stephanie Tsinzo, Moni( McKinnon, Marci Lubofsky, Pam Madden, Amy Gitto, Jennifer Sears. Lynn Young, Coach Chris Brady. (Rea Chris Rivers, Scott Robichaud, Bob Pauckner, Mark Wingrove, Steve Tierney. GIRLS SOCCER As anticipated, coach Sue Braen ' s girls soc- cer team did not do well. This is the first year for varsity play for the girls and most teams they faced had greater depth and experience. Against these veterans SHS put out a squad which was not experienced enough in varsity play. Some of the girls played for the first time last fall at this level. Standouts included Lesa Dijak, Lisa Alex- son, Gina Anna, and Kelly Costa. Despite the 1-14-1 year, there were some bright spots. One was the win and tie against Canton, the win a 4-1 comeback in the last game of the season. The other was the nam- ing of Lisa Alexson, a sophomore, to several " all " teams. ront) Rita Oliveria, Ann Oliveria, Anna Medeiros, Lisa Alexson, Wendy Canter, Kelly Costa, Christine Sue Braen, Judy Costa, Amy Pooler, Lesia Dijak, Loia Vivas, Dorina Mercandante, Jane Correia. Dijak Pooler Watching from the sidelines are Lesia Dijak, Judy Costa, coach Sue Braen, and Christine Shine. Co-Captain Lisa Alexson, all-scholastic. Co-Captain Lisa Alexson mal es her way downfield. 99 III Karen Holmes goes with the ball as Susan McNamara, Janice Lorenz, and Lisa Falso take positions. Robin Young gives her all for the Stoughton team. VARSITY: (Front) Nancy Bechet, Janice Lorenz, Patrice Batchelder, Lori Arbit, Marie Quattrucci, Susan Hurley, Elizabeth Rodrigues, Sheila Jackman, Tim Doucette. Sus McMamara, Amy Cotter, Lisa Falso, Susan Malone, Chris Fogarty. (Rear) Coach Dan Mark, Cheryl Lipsky, Amy Foster, Cori Herlihy, Marie Macrogianis, Karen Holmes, Li Faust, Jill Cohen, Tracy Aguiar, Michelle Kelly, Robin Young, Julie Goldman. I ' JNIOR VARSITY: (Front) Amy Lipman. Susan Burgoise. Dessi Konstance, Dianne Kilroy, Paula Santoro, Christine Jelbe, Renee Conti. Suzanne Coughlin, Marcy Levine. (Rear) Jennifer Crosscup, =nnifer Maiocco, Paula Lorenz, Stacey Piselli, Stacey Cohen, Kristen Herlihy, Kathy Bulger, Dawn Lanciana, Christa Goldberg, Karen McGough, Jennifer Lanner, Marie Tardanico, Alice Shirikjian, oach BIy. I miling Coach BIy of the JV team stands with gifts om her fans. The concentration builds as a pensive coach Dan Mark leaves the huddle to await the start of the game. FIELD HOCKEY It took a muddy surface to do what many of their opponents couldn ' t: slow the SHS field hockey team down. Despite fine goaltending by Nancy Bechet, the girls were unable to hold off Walpole and they lost in a semi-final match, 3-0, in the tournament. The loss was preceded by three brilliant vic- tories. In the first, the team took a must-win game from Canton 1-0 as Tracy Aguiar scored the lone goal. The win gave them the league trophy and was followed by a 3-1 victory over Oliver Ames in the opening round of the tourney. An upset win over undefeated Nor- wood 1-0 provided the next challenge . . . but then came the mud and the season ended at 14-1-4. Sheila Jackman led the league in scoring and made a host of ' all " teams, along with Tracy Aguiar, second in scoring; Nancy Bechet, best goalie in the league with 1 1 shutouts. The junior varsity team also boasted a win- ning record, suffering only one loss in its first 1 1 outings. The goaltending of Leeanne Murray and Kim Beranrd was tremendous. Stacey Piselli advances the action for her jv mates. 101 CROSS-COUNTRY The boys cross-country team ended its season with a second place finish in the South Shore Prin- cipals ' Meet. Coach John Hurley ' s squad retained their title with a victory in the Hockomock League championship meet. Undefeated in dual meet com- petition, SHS made it nine straight with top finishers Scott Weiss (2), Eric Saperstein (5), Mark Gomes (8), Lionel Hall (H). Jay Rosenberg (25), Dan Reardon (29). The cross-country team has been a most consis- tent winner in the last few years. Their 8-0 record gave them the Hockomock pennant for the third year in a row. Capt. Eric Saperstein was undefeated in the regular season. His co-captain, Scott Weiss, joined him as a member of the league and newspaper all-scholastic teams. Jay Rosenberg and Lionel Hall will serve as cap- tains next year. CROSS COUNTRY ' 86: (Front) Lionel Hall, Jay Rosenberg, Capt. Scott Weiss, Capt. Eric Saperstein, Bob Silverstein, Mike Poshkus. (Rear) Mark Gomes, Chris Dexter. Kevin McNamara, Steven Moore, Corey Brown, Justin O ' Leary, Rick Houston, Coach John Hurley. Weiss and Saperstein enjoying practice Stoughton girls prepare to do battle with Sharon. RLS CROSS COGNTRY: (Front) Lisa Rockman, Nancy Scares, Julie Tibets, Laura Backner, Donna Guilfoyle. (Rear) ren McGarry, Michelle McDonald, Tina Rettman, Jackie Magner, Susan Raisty, Janine Catalano, Coach Mike Baxter. Tina Rettman and Lisa Rockman in a mild workout. Donna Guilfoyle and Laura Backner take on an easy pace. Julie Tibets CROSS COUNTRY (GIRLS) The girls cross-country team under coach Mike Baxter, ended with a 3-4 record. At the South Shore Principals Meet, Tina Rettman was first for SHS, finishing 10th. Other SHS finishers were Nancy Scares (19), Janine Catalano (31), Donna Guilfoyle (51) and Susan Raisty. The team finished sixth. Competing in the Eastern Mass. champion- ships, the team finished 9th (out of 25) in Divi- sion. Rettman finished 18th and qualified for the state championship. In the league championships, the girls were edged out of third place by a single point. Rett- man finished 5th in 17:39; other finishers were Soares (12), Guilfoyle (19), Catalano (214), Rais- ty (29) and Laura Backner (34). The girls lost two meets by two points or less. Last year, only two girls went out for the team and coach Baxter had to go on a " recruiting " drive. This year 10 girls tried out and with only one girl graduating, the girls hope to be a power in cross-country in the future. 103 Captain Sue Cody GYMMASTICS Poor gymnastics! It was a nother winless season. Despite its best efforts, the young squad was unable to come up with a win and ended with a 0- 12 record. Only three veterans were available at the begin- ning of the season: senior Sue Cody, junior Dee O ' Sullivan, and sophomore Linda Hendry. In past seasons, one of the problems was getting numbers for a full showing at meets. This year, this problem was further complicated. The season started with no coach and for a while it appeared as if the sport would have to be cancelled. A coach was signed up at literally the last minute and the season got underway. At least, this year ' s team had a full squad and was able to compete fully in all events, unlike other years when the girls had no chance of scoring points because they couldn ' t field the required number of contestants in each event. You certainly can ' t fault the girls. They came out for the sport and for practice and for every meet, even though their efforts seemed doomed. They deserve a standing ' O ' from any true sports fan. GYMNASTICS ' 86: (Front) Dee O ' Sullivan, Sue Cody, Anissa Codes. (Rear) Niki Dangelico, Christen Herlih Linda Hendry, Jamie Ruggiero, Coach Lisa Walsh. Dee O ' Sullivan 104 " I lOIIGHlOi " JO Barboza 1 r , ■ HarHinn Levine f 1)2 o BASKETBALL VARSITY: (Front) Jon Hubler, Mike Swanbeck, Todd Levine, Terry Buggs. Capt. Joe Barboza. Dennis Keane, Kevin Harding. (Rear) Coach John Douglas. Eric Vichnick. Rick Doyle. Brad Miller, Brian Straughter. Ron Montgomery. Chris Kemp. Duke Donoghue. Swanbeck Keane Terry Buggs shcxjts from the line as the Foxboro players look on . 106 BASKETBALL After a 1-3 start, the varsity basketball team ran off seven wins in its next nine games. (Jsing the running game and pressure defense, the quick Black Knights became contenders in the Hockamock League. However, tough road losses at North Attieboro and Franklin meant the team would need to win four of their last five games against tough competi- tion in order to qualify for tournament play. A loss at Oliver Ames was followed by three big wins against Sharon, Winchester and Catholic Memorial. The team finished the regular season at 12-8, recording 10-6 in the league for third place. In tournament play, the team lost a close game to highly regarded Dorchester 68-64. Joe Barboza was voted as the team MVP. Terry Buggs was named to several league and newspaper all-scholastic teams. The jayvees finished their season at 7-13. The team displayed great improvement over the se- cond half of the season and in its last game beat undefeated Catholic Memorial 68-64. Chris Kemp poises for the shot . Barboza runs the show . Jamming for two Is SHS all-scholastic Terry Buggs. Dennis Keane scores two for the good guys! I I Duke Donoghue takes the jumper for the jayvees. JUNIOR VARSITY: (Front) Mark Andrews, Matt Oilman, Sean Jasie, Terry Steed, Allen Oppenheim. (Rear) Rob Dorney, Tony Blakely, Larry Johnson, Mark Isveck, Brian Gregoire, Rob Campbell, Corey Brown, Coach Chuck Vuytowecz. 107 ' 1 (I GIRLS BASKETBALL The girls varsity basketball team suffered a slump this past season, ending with a 4-16 record. Hurt by a lack of experience, with only two returning starters, coach Dave Tucker found himself further handicapped by a series of in- juries. Only two of the 12 players on the squad dressed for every game. Both captains were hurt; Tina Doucette was out for seven games and Sheila Jackman missed all of the preseason plus three regular-season games. These woes were bad enough, but they came in a season where the Hockomock League boasted one of the strongest line-ups in the state. Of the four semi-finalists in South Sec- tionals, three came from the Hockomock. Next year should be more promising. Only three seniors are leaving and Tucker can hope for a more-experienced team with help from this year ' s strong jayvee outfit. One caution: The Hockomock League will still be exceptionally strong next year. 108 5 m m T j( p GIRLS VARSITY: (Front) Corinne Herllhy, Laura Long, Amy Cotter, Co-Captain Sheila Jackman, Christine Fogarty. (Rear) Coach Dave Tucker, Noreen Tierney, Rose Zadra, Shirley Straughter. Cindy Dykes. Karen Homes, Tracy Aguiar. Co-Captain Tina Doucette. Corinne Herlihy puts it up for the Lady Knights. Moreen Tierney makes way. 2 I 11 Ti 7 44 t r 32 A J ■ JUNIOR VARSITY: (Front) Dawn Lanciani, Lisa Rockman, Cathy Bulger, Caria David, Caria Dowd, Lisa Alexson. (Rear) Coach Mike Baxter, Ellen DeAngells, Tara Carey, Karen Zanca, Lori Pidgeon, Jennifer Sears. Karen Zanca passes while Tara Carey moves in. Ellen Deangelis shoots for two. 109 HOCKEY Despite consistent hard work and a " never say die " attitude, the varsity hockey team suffered a somewhat disappointing season. Posting a 2-16-2 record, Coach Dan Mark ' s Knights had a difficult time against some of the toughest teams in Division 11. A fractured hand suffered by workhorse Brian Marshall seems to symbolize the entire season for the injury-plagued Knights. Seniors John Tammaro, Clem Leary, Steve Murray, Dave Halperin, and Eric Pushee all contributed to the offense. Stan Loring on defense and Paul McGovern in goal played key roles in Stoughton ' s efforts. McGovern was named all-league. With Marshall returning along with linemate David Cuningham, backed up by a fine group of sophomores, the skating Knights have high hopes for next year ' s season. Murray Tammaro McGovern Leary Loring Pushee Half erin ' I t (1 VARSITY: (Front) Mike Palaza, Stan Loring. Eric Pushee, Captain Steve Murray. Paul McGovern. Co-Capt, John Tammaro, Dave Halperin, Craig Gerome, (Rear) Stat Man Busta Ross, Manager Tom Rosenburg, Asst. Coach Lou D An drea, Carl Statkiewicz. Joe Tammaro, Tom Molinari. Clem Leary, Kevin Lotti, Ted Camara, Brian Marshall, Phil Halperin, Chris Rivers, Asst Coach Rick Hernstead, Coach Dan Mark, THE SOPHOMORES: Chris Rivers, Joe Tammaro, Tom Molinari, Peter Recupero. Pushee and Camara break down the wing. 110 Stan Loring comes to the rescue on defense. Seniors Steve Murray, Clem Leary, and Dave Halperin face off against Canton. 111 " On your mark! Get set! Go!!! " INDOOR Able to leap tall hurdles in a single bound. No, Superman, it ' s Mike Poshkus. TRACK The boys winter track team ended in third place in dual meets with a 3-2-1 record. Eric Saperstein and Scott Weiss served as captains. At the league meet, the following in- dividual contributions gave the team a fourth place finish: Brian Lanner (2nd, 300); Mark Gomez (2nd, 1000); Bill Kane (2nd, shot); Bob Silverstein (5th, mile); Scott Weiss (3rd, 2-mile); Jay Rosenberg (6th, 2-mile); Andy Pearl (5th, hurdles); Mike Poshkus (6th, hurdles). Brian Lanner continued on his brilliant SHS track career. Lanner was named a league all-star, finished strong in the All- States, and, together with Saperstein, went to the Easterns in Princeton where he per- formed creditably. 112 1986 TRACK SQUAD: (Front) Co-Capt. Eric Saperstein, Co-Capt. Scott Weiss, Brian Lanner. Jim Boushell, - dy Pearl, David Miller, Steven Greenspoon. (2nd) Robert Bento, Bob Silverstein, Jay Rosenberg, Mich I Poshkus, Bill Kane, Chris Dexter. (Rear) Coach Chris Brady, Steven Moore, Mark Gomez, Justin O ' Leary, Coai Dave Barbato. TRACK The girls track team finished its winter season with a 4-0-2 record in dual meets. The team finished third place in the league and scored a third place in the league meet. Individual scorers in the league meet were Susan Hurley (3rd, 300); Monica McKinnon (2nd, hurdles); Susan McNamara (4th, 600), Amy Pooler (4th, shot); Barbra Sevens (2nd, 50); Donna Guilfoyle (4th, 2-mile); Mancy Soares (6th, mile); Jennifer Lanner (4th, 300). Susan Hurley and Monica McKinnon represented Stoughton at the States. |986 TRACK SQCJAD: (Front) Amy Pooler. Tri-Capt. Susan Hurley. Tri-Capt. Monica McKinnon. Tri-Capt. Susan McNamara, Laura Backner. {2nd) arbara Ceven, Jennifer Lanner, Heidi Ostroff, Kerry Jennings. (Rear) Coach Dave Barbato, Donna Guilfoyle, Janine Catalano. Nancy Soares. Coach i!hris Brady. Hurley McKinnon Jennifer Lanner lets the shot go. Locker of a trackie . , McNamara Pooler 113 Mike Aloupis makes his move. VARSITY: (Front) Coach Scott Noe. Jim Freedman, Mark Wingrove, Capt. Keith Mason. Capt Jon W ax, Ror DIMatteo. Capt. Mike Aloupis, Coach Steve Woodruff. (2nd) Dan Litwack, Peter Gates, Dave Young. Mike Bar- ron, Mike Bento, Mike Carroll. (Rear) Rick Enos, Dave Fleischman, Adam Young, Chris MacKenzie, Dave 114 Skoletsky. WRESTLING The varsity wrestling team started the season without a coach but finished the season with two. The team wrestled to a winning 7-6 record. The grapplers were led by co-captains Keith Mason and Jon Wax, along with seniors Jim Friedman, Mike Aloupis, and Mark Wingrove. Highlights of the dual meet season were two upset wins over Whitman-Hanson and Rockland. Individually, Jon Wax finished fourth at 121- Ibs; David Skoletsky, 4th at 169 lbs.; and Mike Baurp at 107 lbs. in the Division II sectionals. Mike Aloupis was named the team MVP. Other strong contributors were underclassmen Mike Bento, Mike Carroll, Peter Gates, and David Young. The junior varsity was led by Rick Enos, Chris MacKenzie, Adam Young, David Fleischman, Mike DeNapoli, and Dan Litwack. The Stoughton bench looks on. Mike Brown works for the pin. Keith Mason chalks up another victory. 115 DEDICATION The ' 86 STOTONIAN STGDENT LIFE itaff dedicates the Student Life section to he Chess team for three years of cOn- istent winning efforts in an activity which lelebrates brains and mental agility and not irawn and physical agility. We also salute . . . The Majorettes who were ready to be liscarded just a couple of years ago, yet •ounced back and not only revived the ac- ivity but have managed to win some of heir competitions. All the musical groups for making this reative activity, both instrumentally and ocally, the largest and most enthusiastic ctivity at Stoughton High. The members of SADD who are con- ronting what is really a " killing " situation, me which affects teenagers more than any ther group, and are trying to do omething about it instead of just talking bout it. The class members who hold no office, et no prestige, and, unfortunately, too lit- le acknowledgement, but who come to xecutive committee meetings, give sup- ort to class activities through attendance, elling things, paying dues . . . who just on ' t go around saying " Our class is the reatest " but really try to make it the reatest. STUDENT LIFE IN THIS SECTION: •118 Student Government • 120 Halftime Show •122 Winter Dance •124 Underclasses • 130 Printing •131 Chess • 132 Clubs • 134 Writing • 1 36 Yearbook • 1 38 Science Fair • 140 Hello Dolly •143 Music THulRSDAy (F b 1 ; 5upporV your C ass , help oO , a dl ■ gavn points -fcr - V e 117 Student Council (STUDEMT COUNCIL PICTCRE IS ON PAGE 142) Maurice Leger President Kathleen Kelleher Corr. Sec ' y Laura Stevens Vice President Joyce Stephansky Rec. Sec ' y CLASS GOVERNMENT CLASS OF 1987 i Robin Young President William Donoghue Vice President Michael Carroll Secretary Timothy Devlne Treasurer Mrs. Ellen Griffin Advisor Richard Doyle Treasurer Mrs. Kathryn Cullen Advisor CLASS Recupero Baeta Sadow Murray Flynn YOUTH ADVISORY COGNCIL: (Front) Michelle Rodrigues, Megan Harrington. Maurice Leger, Stacey Zelbow. (Rear) Joyce Stephansky, Kathy Kosinski. ' ' 88 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE; (Front) Jennifer Lanner. Peter Recupero (President), Barry Sheff. (2nd) Christina Sewcyk. Jamie Reuggiero, Kathy Gitto. Annie Hawko, Nicole Smith (3rd) Susan Paquette, Rene Conti, Suzanne Couglin, Lisa Trebby, Joe Baeta (Vice-President), Danny Bryan, Stephanie Collins, Patty Grasso. (Rear) Ronna Sadow (Treasurer). Leeann Murray (Secretary). Amy Gitto. Janine Catalan©. Donna Guilfoyle, Mr. Alton Rynn (advisor). CLASS OF 1989 Graber Barry Westcott McHugh-Conrad McSweeney ' 89 EXECtlTIVE COMMITTEE: (Front) Adam Young. Kevin Mischley. Neil AM. Brian Graber (President). (Rear) Julie Westcott (Treasurer). Mrs. Deborah McHugh-Conrad (Advisor). Jim Lewin, Mrs. Karen Mc- Sweeney (Advisor). (Other offficers: Kimberly Barry, vice-president; Stacey Piselli. Secretary ) 119 Kime Walsh Tibets Baker HALFTIME SHOW Mootos Gibson Tobin Rodrigues The captains stand proud at a Dedham High competition. 120 Sisters Cathy and Maryann Mootos sing the na- tional anthem. The rain doesn ' t stop Darlene Gibson as she stride; ahead. Karen Tobin dashes between the band. Julie Tibets shivers while Joyce Stephansky controls the field. MAJORETTES: Co-Capt. Christine Tobin, Michelle Rodrigues, Co-Capt. Darlene Gibson. (Rear) Kim Nikki DIAngelico, Donna Gibson, Karen Tobin. Scott, • ' ■ DRILL TEAM: (Front) Susan Ralsty, Kim Clark, Robin Kravetz, Maryann Mootos, Candy Fisher, Co-Capt., Julie Tibets, Co-Capt. Diane Walsh, Christine Baker, Kathy Kim, Karen Gunn, Laura Rudin, Ronna Sadow. (Rear) t. Cathy Mootos, Renee Pellerin, Laura Sc hiff, Holly Sawyer, Nancy Soares, Tracy Moore. Candy Fisher stands proudly. Bill Kane and Stacey Blacker keep the beat. 121 WINTER DANCE 1. I !| ii SNOW KING, QGEEN, AND COURT: Jim Boushell, Jim Lewin, Joe Baeta, Tim Devine, King Robert Bento, Queen Jamie Ruggerio, Michele Guilfoyle, Joyce Stephansl y, Maria Costa, Jennifer Lanner. Enthusiastic partygoers Amy Foster and Dan Reardon. Doug Weiler stands surrounded by adoring admirers. Ronna Sadow, Jennifer Lanner, Jamie Ruggiero and Mrs. Ellen Griffin. A little hungry there, Jennifer? 122 Slow dancing swayin ' to the music. Slow dancing, just me and my girl. Snow King Robert Bento poses with his queen. Jamie Ruggerio. Sa; a plane . . . Lisa Alexson takes the ball downfield. 125 SHS scholars welcome the " break " provided by the intrusion of the yearbook photographer. Richard Sarnie " cracks " his own combination. Rene Pellerin and Karen Gunn raise the banners high. The day our photographer visited Mrs. Guiney s class, they were preparing another " ethnic " meal. How come math isn ' t like this? 127 Among those enjoying Stoughton ' s Patio are Mark Linger, Mike Hampe, and Mabelie Williams. Fred Levy hammers in the finishing touch. The Class of 1989 made its debut at Stoughton High with a smashing success when it sponsored a Haunted House for the Stoughton kiddies. 128 129 Scott Long PRINTING Gnder a special government grant several of our students have been working in the graphic arts center, helping out by completing the necessary tasks required in putting together a publication. Among the publications was the Course of Studies booklet for 1986. The students are also in- volved in the popular Black Knight Cafe. Mr. Finn and Mrs. MacQuown serve as faculty coordinators of the printing project. THE CREW OF THE BLACK KMIGHT CAFE: (Front) Wendy Callahan, Marian Rogers, Cathy Devine. (Rear) Ricky Male, Stephen Leclaire, Kevin Farrell, Scott Long. 130 Mrs. Thea Kauffman Advisor and Coach Captain Sharon Burtman CHESS CLUB: (Front) Jay Seliber, Sharon Burtman, Louie Poillucci, Mrs. Thea Kauffman. (Rear) Eric Kramer, Rick Sap erstein, Yong Su Kim, Rich Venanzi. Seliber Kramer m. Poillucci Saperstein CHESS The chess team has established an enviable four yfear record: 1982-83, SSICL Division champions; 1984-5, league runners-up; 1985-86, SSICL Divi- sion Champions (undefeated season) and league runner-up; 1986, participated in national high school championship. Sharon Burtman was team captain and first board. A four year veteran, she is the highest-rated player ever to attend SHS. She is ranked as the 27th top woman chess player in the United States. A chess tournament player, Sharon has competed in almost 60 tournaments throughout Eastern U.S. since 1983. She has earned many titles. Other members of the championship group were Jay Seliber, 2nd board, a four-year vet; Louie Poillucci, 3rd board, a chess tournament player, who has been an SHS member for three years; Eric Kramer, three years; and Rick Saperstein in his first year. Mrs. Thea Kauffman deserves considerable credit for having made chess one of the major ac- tivities at Stoughton High. Engaged in an official match are its two leading boards, Jay Seliber and Sharon Burtman. Four years ago — The start of a winning tradition. 131 CLUBS MATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: (Front) Risa Goldman, Monica McKinnon, Maurice Leger, Scott Weiss. (2nd) Todd Levine Stevens, Lance Levy, Pia Lalli, Paul Sarnie. (Rear) IDaphne Norton, Amy Wallent, Sharon Burtman, Maryann Mootos, h Michael Nassise. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: (Front) Megan Harrington, Diane Walsh, Julie Tibets, Lorraine Stewart, Amy Cotter. (2nd) Marc Gillette, Jay Selibar. Eric Kramer, Peter Gay, Ed Wolf, Claudia Barry. (Rear) Richard Waddleton, Robert Silverstein, David Shalit, Mike Foley, Rachel Kell, Allison Freeman, Chris Baker. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION (DECA): (Front) Lucy DeLlma, George Medeiros. Barry Spillberg, Shelly Brown. (2nd) Sandra Puliti, Sue Bishop, Dianne Cohenno, Joe Gaffney. (Rear) Robyn Fischer, Stephanie Anderson, Patti Sullivan, Mr. Richard Novak. Aylward Cotter Cohenno Fischer Gay Kalman LTERNATE INFINITY: (Front) Peter Gay, Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, Colette Barrett. Daphne CLOSE-UP IN WASHIMGTON: (Front) Rachel Kell, Katherine Kelleher, Stacey lorton. (Rear) Michael Kalman, Rick Saperstein, Eric Kramer, Rich Venanzi, Dale Lerette. Zelbow. (Rear) Mr. David Tucker, Walter Eduardo, James Friedman. Shalit Stewart Norton Silverstein Sullivan STUDENTS AGAINST DRIVING DRUNK (SADD): (Front) Kathy Kelleher. Stacey Zelbow. Mrs Janice Ledwith. (2nd) Karen Annderson, Janice Lorenz. Jon Cohen, Rene Bleau, Kitty Coe. (3rd) Lou Oliveira, Michelle Rodrigues. Kathy Kime. Stephanie Borr. Tracy Moore, Lori Mezoff. Lisa Kar- don. Ross Yaffee. (Rear) Jill Freedman, Lisa Rovner. Lee-Ann Dorney. Shayna Goldlserg. Barry Sheff. TIbets Walsh MODEL SENATE: Ms. Marilyn Berman, Dan Reardon. Tim Devine. Jill Fredman. (2nd) Sheri Hewson, Rachel Kell, Kathy Kelleher, Maurice Leger. (Rear) Ed Wolf, Stacey Zelbow. 133 Scott Kramer receives Pmalist certificate from Miss Judith Hamilton. Miss Kathryn Penardi, faculty coordinator, presents IWC finalist certificate to Laura Colannino. Mr. Anthony Sarno presents IWC finalist certificate Renee Somers. PARTICIPAMTS IN INTRAMURAL WRITING COMPETITION: (Front) Kelli Benson. Noreen Tlerney, Laura Colannino (2nd) Cheryl Lipsky. Kerry Jen- nings, Jill Cohen, Matthew Brackman, Richard Venanzi, (3rd) Christ Fogarty, Rose Curtis, Lisa Faust, Robin Young, Synneve Carlino, Michael Poshkus. Corrine Herlihy. (Rear) Laura Backner, Renee Somers, Karen Gunn, Renelle Cabrera, Kim Pray, Renee Pellerin, Marie Macrogianis, Doug Weiler. Beth Hern, Ellen Gillis. Corrine Herlihy. national nominee to NCTE writii competition. Dan McKinnon, competition. 134 national nominee to NCTE SEMI-FINALISTS IN IWC: (Front) Anna Magerer, Ellen Gillis. Kelli Benson, Noreen Tierney. (2nd) Richa Venanzi. Michelle Wise. Kerry Jennings. Jeff Winn. (Rear) Paul Frisoll. Michael Poshkus. Cathy Mootos. Kar» Gunn, Synneve Carlino. DAPHME NORTON KNIGHT Columnist; Editor, SciFi mag Maurice Leger Senior Editor Laura Schiff TV producer ft 4 KNIGHT REPORTERS; (Front) Steven Murray, Michael Swanbeck, Ron Montgomery. (2nd) Maurice Leger, Amy Foster, Dan Litwack, Kathy Kosinski, Daphne Norton. (Rear) Marie Macrogianis, Beth Hern, Donna Guilfoyle, Robin Kravetz. Marie Macrogianis Junior Editor Michelle Wise Young Writers Conf. Colette Barrett Young Writers Conf. Beth Hern Make-up Board INTRAMURAL WRITING COMPETITION (Page 134) KNIGHT Be a Star " Young Writers Conf. 135 Stotonian ' 86 Many seniors worked on the yearbook, par- ticularly during the first semester. Some of them got together for the picture on the next page. We thank them for whatever time and effort they gave us; we are equally grateful to the others who were not present for the pic- ture, but who worked equally hard. We thank the juniors who pitched in to help with the layout work during the second semester and to many sophomores and freshmen who helped with identifications and in carrying out other chores for our staff. That the book is coming out as well as it did depended on a handful of seniors who spent many extra hours, including some vacation time. These coordinators and editors are shown on these two pages. They deserve your gratitude. Many students answered our appeal for col- or pictures; we were able to make some good choices from the thousands that were turned in. We are sorry that we couldn ' t use so many good ones. Many of the faculty and informal photographs were taken by Jodi Kublin. Mr. Terry Griffin of Blackweil took most of the others. Torey Thorpe designed the cover; Peter Gay did the end sheets; Eric Kramer did the art on Pages 2-3; Lesia Dijak contributed the art for the title page. We are thankful to Mr. Weiner and the class officers for the class contribution in making eight additional pages in color possible. Christine Tardanico Financial Coordinator Steven Murray Sports Coordinator mm 1 i Susan Cody Layout Coordinator Maurice Leger Production Coordinator Rachel Kell Layout Megan Harrington Layout Andrea Collins Production Claudia Barry Production 136 Some of the students who worked on the ' 86 Stotonian were: (Front) Rachel Kell, Maurice Leger, Diane Walsh. (2nd) Steven Murray, Michael Swanbeck, Carol Spickler, Susan McNamara, Amy Cotter. (3rd) Laura Stevens, Marie Macrogianis, Elizabeth Hern, Jill Freeman, Claudia Barry, Allison Freedman, Kathy Kime, Jody Rudman, Maria Martins. (Rear) Sue Cody, Christine Tardanico, Candy Fisher, Megan Harrington, Sherl Hewson, Peter Gay, Eric Kramer, Micole Johnson, Lesia Dijak, Susan Nestor, Andrea Collins. Diane Walsh Michael Swanbeck Jean Bradbury DEADLINES! Collage Sports Production 137 ESULTS WITH WATER TESTS . , p " D«y. 0 " ; Da. 3 Oa.. tX..i Scott Robichaud GRAMD PRIZE WINNERS (EXPERIMENTAL): Mr. Michael Nassise, James Lewin. Michael Polonsky, Scot Robichaud, Christine Feeley, Susan Raisty, Mr. Chester Peirce. Connie McNamara Michelle Swartz Kerry Jennings Eric Saperstein SCIENCE FAIR EXPERIMENTAL DIVISION: GRAND PRIZE WINNERS: 1st, Scott Robichaud; 2nd, Susan Raisty; 3rd, Christine Feeley; 4th, Michael Polonsky; 5th, James Lewin. HONORABLE MENTION: James Butler, Corinne Herlihy, Matthew Brackman, Robin Borden, Kerry Jennings, Ross Yaffee, Fred Levy, Kristin Corbett, Synneve Carlino, Glen Lyerla. EXHIBITION DIVISION: 1st, Edward Epstein; 2nd, Ellen Shultz; 3rd, Michele Maffei; 4th, Julie Westcott; 5th, Susan Jeffs. 4 Presenting awards were Mr. Geoffrey Fanning, Mr. Anthony Sarno, Dr. John Murray, Mr. William Fedora, Mr Chester Peirce. 138 Susan Raisty HOMORABLE MENTION (EXPERIMENTAL): (Front) Corinne Herlihy, Kerry Jennin gs, Kristin Corbett, Robin Borden. (Rear) James Butler, Ross Yaffee, Fred Levy, Matthew Brackman, Glen Lyerla. GRAND WINNERS (EXHIBITION): (Front) Ellen Shultz, Edward Epstein. (Rear) Michelle Maffei, Susan Jeffs, Julie Christine Feeley Westcott. 139 140 " Gee, can I have your autograph? " (Rich Waddleton, Kevin Mschiey, Shauna Many hands make light the load (Tom Day, Eric Olson). Havlin). Maryann Mootos (Dolly Levi) Tom Day (Barnaby Tucker) 141 SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY! Walters and waitresses await the call to serve Stoughton ' s senior citizens at Kitty Coe, Kathy KIme. the annual Elderly Dinner. Representing the MHS and providing between-halves snacks for the parched Lee-Ann Bradley, Marci Lubofsky basketball fans are Allison Freeman, Chris Baker, Claudia Barry, and Diane Walsh. STUDENT COUNCIL ' 86: (Front) Katherine Kelleher, Maurice Leger, Tim Devlne. (2nd) Diane Walsh, Maryann Mootos, Stacey Cohen. Kerry Tsinzo, Nell Ali. (3rd) Shawn Scannell, Renee Bleau, Andy Bank, Lancy Levy, Brad Miller, Monica McKinnon, Stephanie Kemp, Suzanne Coughlin. (Rear) Adam Young, James Long. Jamie Ruggerio, David Skoletsky, Jon Hubler, Renee Conti, Tracy Moore, Cathy Gitto, Laura Raisty, Tina Rettman, Dan Bryan. Mrs. Ellen Griffin, Christina Sewcyk. JAZZ CHOIR: (Front) Diane Walsh, Maryann Mootos, Richard Waddleton. Synneve Carlino, Cathy Mootos, Candy Pisher, Joyce Stephansky. (Rear) Tom Day. Kevin Mishley. Fred Levy. Eric Olson. Jim Lewin. Christine rardanico, Kerry Havlin. Pictorial proof of the sterling accomplishments of the SHS musical groups. Pooler MUSIC •Voice — Page 143 •Jazz — Page 144 • Band — Pages 144-5 SHOW CHCHR: (Front) MIkki Houston, Shauna Havlin. Nikki Smith. Laur a Rudin. Patti Gates (2nd) Maryann Mootos. Joyce biephansl y, Diane Walsh. Megan Harrington. Richard Waddleton. Stacey Blacker. Candy Fisher. Michele Guilfoyle. Christine Tardanico. Christina Ransom. (3rd) Kerry Havlin. Robin Locke. Fred Levy. Eric Olson. Tom Day. Cathy Mootos. Kim Scott. Jon Wax. Amy Foster. Rose Edwards. (Rear) Scott LeClaire. Adam Young. Lou Rosenberg. Robert Place. Kevin Mishley. Jim Lewin. Kim Barry. Christine Russo. Brian Graber. } CHORUS: (Front) Chery! Cohen. Lauren Schneider. Dayna Woolley, Stacey Freedman. Cheryl Fox. Mary Lou Avila, Michelle Bernstein. (2nd) Kathy Mercer, Wendy Carter. Cheryl Ladue. Sandra McMahon. Tonia Molin. Dawn Hillcoat. Marcia Selig, Maria Ladeira. (Rear) Patti Gates. Donna Riley. Kim Scott, Lysa Fullerton. Odette Carreia. Jean Bryson, Rose Sweeney. Angelina Sanchez. CHORUS (Front) Amy Pooler, Karen Fulton, Lynn Young. Denise Bova. Laurie Haslam, Michelle Healy. Stacey Mewman, (2nd) Amy Christopher, Victoria Malis. Kim Rantz. Micole Page, Dawn Correa. Andrea Stone. Renee Dray, Sandra Payson, (Rear) Karen Charles, Connie McHamara, Sandra Texeira, Livia Scares. Ellen Shultz. Col- ette Barrett, Lisa Bento, Colleen Bezanson, Ricale MacDonnell. Lisa Owens Guilfoyle Parker Ransom Walsh JAZZ BAMD: (Front) Bill Kane, James Parker. Mike Kane, (2n i) Tom Foster. Chuck Starkowsky, Chris Harrington, Jon Wax. AJIison Freemen. Dc Weiler, Jim Lewin. (3rd) Synneve Carlino, Stacey Blacker. Kelly Benson, Kim Pray. Susan Jardin, Mike Fradkin, Tom Day. (Rear) Aaron Fox, Klayman, Carl Sangiolo. Paul Levine, Krisina Seferian. Kevin Mishley. CONCERT BAND (SAXOPHONES): (Front) Chuck Starkowsky, Chris Harrington, Jon Wax, Bob Barksdale, Patti Grasso. (Rear) Adam Young, Tom Foster, Dennis Bray, Tim Smyth. CONCERT BAND (BRASS): (Front) Megan Harrington, Joyce Stephansky. C| Sangiolo. Aaron Fox, Linda Puljanowski. (Rear) Louis Belo, Kevin Mishley. Youi Su Kim, Phil Klayman, Paul Levine, Kristina Seferian. I CONCERT BAND (CLARINETS): (Front) Tina Nunes. Connie McNamara. Stephanie Borr. Suzanne Coughlin. Debbie Guinta. Tongalin Davison. (Rear) Christine Gleason. Amy Walent, Allison Freeman. Tracy Salazar. Paul Armas. Dawn Guinta. CONCERT BAND (FLUTES): (Front) Kim Pray. Kelly Benson. Susan idrdm Siephrim Collins, Robin Borden. Synneve Carlino, Nicole Gallant, Christine Bunker- (Rear) Susan Jeffb, f.lyse o rls, Holly Silver, Julie Rogers. Lisa Kardon. Paula Andrade, Michelle Maffei, Kathleen Mercer. Pam Madden, Anna Magerer. Shauna Goldberg. Waddleton Wax Blacker Tardanico CONCERT BAND (BRASS): Mike Fradkin, Doug Weiler, Amy Pooler, Jim Lewin, Tom Day, Andy Pike. Salazar Walent CONCERT BAND (PERCUSSION): (Front) Lori Mezoff, Carrie Fenton, Kristlne Romanowsky, Marc Selig, James Parker, Stacey Blacker. (Rear) Peter Gates, Robert Place, Bill Kane, George Hall, Steven Leahy, Mike Kane. Sangiolo Freeman 145 344-9031 344-7897 • Tax Specialist LEON M. RUDMAN Enrolled Agent CAN REPRESENT rvy TAXPAYER BEFORE THE INTERNAL REVENGE SERVICE. Congratulations Class of 1986 MR. O ' s 9UB 9H0PPE Stoughton Square THE COIN SHOPPE FINE GOLD JEWELRY 971 CENTRAL ST. STOGGHTON 344-3491 341-1192 Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1986 P J TIRE 9ERVICE INC. Morton Square Box 504 Stoughton 344-3656 Complete line of passenger and truck tires Best Wishes From JIMMY ELAINE KRISSY DENNIS JOHN CHRIS Congratulations Class of 1 986 We ' re proud of all of you . . . especially those who participated in STOYAC RICHARD LEVINE, President GEORGE DOLINSKY, Vice-Pres., Treas. 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Mass. 02021 Congratulations and Good Luck MICHELE DENNENO ' S Pizza — Subs 545 Pearl St. Stoughton, MA 344-9803 147 Best Wishes to the Class of 1986 From RMC Printing Service Copy Center Computerized Typesetting High Speed Xerox Copying Quality Printing On Time LAYOUT DESIGN • LETTERHEADS • ENVELOPES • AD BOOKS • • BUSINESS CARDS • ADVERTISING CIRCULARS RESUMES • • NEWSPAPERS • RUBBER STAMPS • TICKETS FORMS COMPUTERIZED ADDRESSING MAILING SERVICE 761 WASHINGTON STREET, P.O. BOX 52 STOUGHTON, MA 02072 344-6565 — 344-5511 Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30-5:00 Saturday 9:30-2:00 Roy M. Cohen, Owner THE GOLD DIAMOND OUTLETS P.O. BOX 177«STOaGHTON, MASSACHUSETTS 02072 EXQUISITE 14 kt. GOLD DIAMOND JEWELRY 1779 Central St., Rte. 27, Stoughton, MA 02072, (617) 344-5487 145 Providence Hwy. Rte. 1, Norwood, MA 02062. (617) 769-7633 Congratulations Class of 1986 Carpet Market, Inc. 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MA 02072 (Between Roxie s and Shaw ' s Plaza) Good Luck Graduates From CARADONNA ' S LIQUORS Stoughton — Canton And Best of Luck in the Future MCDONALD ' S OF STOUGHTON Salutes the Graduating Class of 1986 McDonald ' s ■ Nobody Can Do It Like McDonald ' s Can Congratulations and Best Wishes Tin tmu Quality Equipment for all levels of photography • Camera Sales Appraisals • Film Developing • Camera Repairs • Video Transfer • Instant Passport ID Photos 828-4740 537 WASHINGTON STREET, CANTON, MA 02021 Congratulations Class of 1986 LEONARD ELECTRIC Call 344-5524 Congratulations Class of 1986 DINOLO ANGELOS INC. 20 PERRY ST., STOGGHTON, MA 344-4606, 344-3274 344-9835 574 Pearl Street Stoughton, MA 02072 Joseph, Karen, Dee, David, Meg (617) 828-7392 KRAMER COMPANY, INC. 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MA 02072 Singer and Bernina Sewing Machine Sales USED CARS SHAWS PLAZA (617)341-1759 RTE. 138 STOGGHTON, MA 02072 WITH MANY UNUSED MILES JOHN J. SGLLIVAN A. M. SGLLIVAN 1237 Washington Street • Stoughton, MA 02072 154 JOHN E. KELLEY (617) — 344-7887 — (Home) (617) — 344- 5135 — (Office) 486 Washington Street Stoughton, MA 02072 344-9931 Congratulates Class of 1986 18 Wyman St., Stoughton Center 344-5000 Dominic ingemi Manager One of New England ' s most competent jewelers. .. your assurance of honest value. . and so dose to home. Congratulations 1986 Congratulations From Ken and Howard at: ROWLAND ' S TV 10 Wyman Street Stoughton, MA 344-3285 BARMAN TIRE AND AUTO REPAIR 550 Washington St. Stoughton, MA 344-8000 Complete Car Care on Most Major Brands STOUGHTON HARDWARE A Complete Line of Dairy Products Congratulations to the Class of 1986 355 Bay Rd. Sharon, MA Congratulations Class of ' 86 73 Porter Street Stoughton, MA 344-2041 155 Joseph D. Galvin Insurance Agency, Inc. Real Estate and Insurance 1209 Washington Street • P.O. Box 247 • Canton, MA 02021 • Phone (617) 828-0505 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1 986 Insurance of Every Description Good Luck To THE CLASS OF 1986 From STOGGHTON FORD INC 1776 Washington Street Stoughton, MA 02072 WOODY PIERCE (617) 344-3500 or 364-1356 Good LUCK CLASS of 86 JOE ' S SHELL 825 Washington Street Stoughton, MA Wreci ing Service Available Congratulations From STOUGHTON AUTO BODY 1069 Washington Street Stoughton, MA 344-4830 STOGGHTON ' S OLDEST CAR DEALER 1305 Washington Stoughton, MA 344-3120 157 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1986 FROM COLLEGE BOUND COLLEGE ACADEMY COLLEGE GATE THREE WEEK SUMMER PROGRAMS FOR BRIGHT CHILDREN P.O. BOX 382, STOUGHTOrS, MA 02072 344-7174 or 828-9283 CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR JUNIOR STAFF MEMBERS: STAGEY BLACKER MICHAEL FOLEY MEGAN HARRINGTON Compliments of: BLACKWELL STUDIO " Your Class Photographer " T he 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! ! 1 159 GOLD PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. William A. Batte Sr. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Bryant Mr. and Mrs. John M. Cody John Carol Cohenno Bill Helen Davison Bob Marge Devine Parents of Scott Director and David Miller Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foley Family Peter Lucille Gay Mr. and Mrs. Arnold N. Gillette Family Marcia Shelly Goldberg Family Mr. and Mrs. Richard Heifetz Mr. and Mrs. Bud Gorman The Intravesato Family Mr. and Mrs. John Kell Bruce Mary Lalli Richard, Darlene, Mark, Todd, Keith Levine Mr. and Mrs. Arnold S. Levy and Family Mr. and Mrs. Wayne R. Madan Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas L. Parker Harold Elsie Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sarnie Adele P. Seliber Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shalit Family Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spearin " Stubby ' s Family " — Marleen, Reggie, Adam, Cindy John Janet Tammaro Mr. Mrs. Frederick Tibets Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Ware Mr. and Mrs. Michael Yarmaloff Family SILVER PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Doucette Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Freeman Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Greenspoon Family Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Harrington Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy Phil Mary Pavadore Congrat. — to my P.E.S.T. Merelyn Walter Walent BRONZE PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Ron Carter Family Harriet George Dolinsky Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. Drugge Christopher J. 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