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PROGRAM 

PROCESSIONAL— "Pomp and Circumstance"— Elgar 

Duxbury High School Band 



NATIONAL ANTHEM 

INVOCATION 

WELCOME 



Audience and Class 

Rev. Richard S. Hasty 

Donna Marie Marshall 
President 

Dr. Lawrence H. Anderson 
Superintendent of Schools 

STUDENT ADDRESSES 

"Our Place in the Human Race" — Diane Marie Hicks 

"Man and the Environment" — Christopher Anthony Roveto 

"Peace in Our Lifetime" — Therese Jane Edera 

"LIKE AN EAGLE"— O'Kun Choir 



"THE LORD'S PRAYER"— Malotte 

Thomas Hansen — Accompanist 



Choir 



PRESENTATION OF CLASS GIFT 

PRESENTATION OF AWARDS 
AND SCHOLARSHIPS 

PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS 

James G. Kelso 
School Committee 

BENEDICTION 



Donna Louise Palumbo 
Treasurer 

Ralph N. Blakeman 
Assistant Principal 



John W. Hill 
Principal 

Rev. Lewis H. Mills 



RECESSIONAL — "Coronation March" — Meyerbeer 

Duxbury High School Band 



RECEPTION FOR THE GRADUATES IN THE GYMNASIUM 
IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE EXERCISES. 




SCHOLARSHIPS FOR 1971 



1. The Duxbury Boosters Club Scholarships $1,150.00 

Two scholarships for two hundred dollars 
Five scholarships for one hundred fifty dollars 

2. Duxbury Thrift Shop Scholarships $2,000.00 

One scholarship for five hundred dollars 
Six scholarships for two hundred fifty dollars 

3. Kiwanis Club of Duxbury, Inc. Scholarships $ 300.00 

Two scholarships for one hundred fifty dollars 

4. The Duxbury Kiwanis Education Foundation $ 300.00 

Two scholarships for one hundred fifty dollars 

5. American Legion Post #223 Scholarships $ 400.00 

Two scholarships for two hundred dollars 

6. American Legion Auxiliary Scholarship $ 200.00 

One scholarship for two hundred dollars 

7. Duxbury Rotary Club Scholarships $1,000.00 

Two scholarships for five hundred dollars 

8. Partridge Fund Scholarships $1,200.00 

*One scholarship for five hundred dollars 
One scholarship for three hundred dollars 
Two scholarships for two hundred dollars 

9. Helping Hand Rebekah Lodge Scholarship $ 100.00 

One scholarship for one hundred dollars 

10. Odd Fellows Mattakesett Lodge Scholarship $ 100.00 

One scholarship for one hundred dollars 

11. Duxbury Lions Club Scholarship $ 100.00 

One scholarship for one hundred dollars 

12. The Duxbury Parent Teachers Association Scholarships $1,300.00 

Six scholarships for two hundred dollars 
One scholarship for one hundred dollars 

13. Duxbury Teachers' Association Scholarships $ 400.00 

One scholarship for four hundred dollars 

14. 4-H Town Committee Scholarship $ 100.00 

One scholarship for one hundred dollars 

15. Duxbury Yacht Club Scholarships $1,200.00 

One scholarship for six hundred dollars 
Two scholarships for three hundred dollars 

16. Annie Drew Dunham Scholarships $2,000.00 

Four scholarships for five hundred dollars 

17. Mary Carr Nepton Scholarships $3,400.00 

One scholarship for five hundred fifty dollars 
Four scholarships for five hundred dollars 
One scholarship for three hundred fifty dollars 
One scholarship for two hundred dollars 
Two scholarships for one hundred fifty dollars 

18. Everett C. Marston Theater Award $ 200.00 

One award for two hundred dollars 

19. Community Garden Club Scholarship $ 300.00 

One scholarship for three hundred dollars 

20. The Reuben A. and Lizzie Grossman Awards $ 100.00 

Two — Fifty dollar Government Bonds 

21. Creative Center of Marshfield Dance Dept. Scholarship $ 100.00 

One scholarship for one hundred dollars 

Duxbury Scholarship Aid available for higher 

education this year $15,950.00 
Scholarship Aid available last year $14,215.00 
*The recipient may apply yearly for a renewal of this scholarship 
for four years. 



DUXBURY HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1971 



Marlene JoAnne Amado 

Patricia Ann Ambrosino 

Holly Esther Anderson 

Paul M. Balboni 
*Colin Andrew Batson 

Clara Jane Bishop 

Kathie Anne Bobseine 
♦Susan Ellen Brehm 

Elwin Nichols Burdick, Jr. 
♦John Winn Butler 

Joyce Keene Byrne 

Stephen Paul Canty 

Robert Harold Carter 

Peter Bradley Chandler 

Deborah Anne Cobb 

Gertrude L. Coffin 

Frances E. Connell 

James Patrick Creed 

Priscilla Ann Crocker 

Shawn Matthew Dahlen 

William Carl Dedlow 

Jay Claude Desmarais 

Gary Scott Doane 

Kenneth Stephen Drinan, Jr. 

Pamela J. DuBois 

Daryl Watts Eaton 
♦Therese Jane Edera 

Abdel Hak El Kafsi 

Erik Endresen 

Donna Jean Enniss 

Rita Elizabeth Fernandes 

William Francis Joseph Fitzgerald 

Michael Joseph Flanagan 

Janet Converse French 
*Paul Thomas Gazin 

Karen Anne Gibbs 
♦Kathleen Rita Gibbs 

Marilyn D. Gilman 

John Halsy Goddard 

Janet Evlyn Gowen 

Patricia Anne Grealy 
*Christine Ellen Grundy 

Teresa Marie Gualtieri 

David Xavier Guilderson 

Harry Ralph Gunnarson, Jr. 
*Linda Hallowell 
*Judith Anne Handy 

Robert Francis Haskell 

Michael Evered Hay ward 
*Diane Marie Hicks 

Carolyn Louise Houghton 

Herbert Allerton Howland 

Sue Ann Jessop 

Judith Marion Johnson 
♦Sylvia Kelso 
*Donald Lee Kendrew 

Barry William King 

Thomas Harold King, Jr. 

Joel Miles Kopke 

Bartholomew Christopher LaGreca 

Catherine Louise LaGreca 

Brenda Jeanne Lane 



Timothy James Leahy 

Jeanne LeGore 

Drew Harris Lench 

Stephanie Leonard 

Gisele Marie Levesque 
*Lucy Dow Leyland 

Scott E. Lillie 

Michael Thomas Lovejoy 

Donna Lee Malaguti 

Julia Macy Manner 

William Henry Mark 

Donna Marie Marshall 

Ronald Edward Marshall 

Linda Lou Mathewson 

Cheryl Marie McArthur 

Mark Andrew McEvoy 

Robert Charles McGann 

Steven P. McLean 
♦Elizabeth Evelyn McNeil 

Hubert James Merrick, II 

James M. Merry 

Doris Anne Mills 
*Leatrice Anne Mitsock 

Maureen Helen Moran 

Marie Julienne Morneau 

Darlene Leta Mosher 

Susan Jayne Mugford 

Cynthia Jane Murphy 

Elaine Marie Murphy 
*Mary Agnes Oricchio 
♦Donna Louise Palumbo 

Dana Louis Panarelli 

Marye Pare 

Barbara Marion Paulson 

George Peter Petcoff 

Edmund Ernest Peterson, Jr. 

Gary Currier Phillips 

Howard F. Piper 

John David Pittenger 

Robert Louis Pitts 

Luann Frances Purin 
♦Richard Edward Rawson 

John Elwood Rayner 

Darice Marcella Robecki 

Christopher Anthony Roveto 

Steven James Rowley 

Mike John Ruprecht 

William Fellows Sawyer 
♦Susan MacFarland Sheldon 

Pamela Shirley 

Gayle Ellen Southard 

Caryl Nanette Stifler 

John Kenneth Taft 

Diane Phyllis Taylor 
♦Patricia Ann Tesman 

Scott Cameron Thrasher 
♦Laurel Ruth Wass 

Samuel Allen Weathers 

William Ralph Whitehouse, Jr. 

Daniel M. Wirzburger, Jr. 

Bradford Charles Wyman 

Stephen Roy Zollin 



♦Member of the National Honor Society. 
These students wear gold tassels. 



CLASS OF 1971 

Class Officers 

President: DONNA MARSHALL 

Vice President: SCOTT LILLIE 
Secretary: CYNTHIA MURPHY 

Treasurer: DONNA PALUMBO 

Marshal 

JONATHAN PIERCE 



AWARDS AND HONORS 

1. THE AMERICAN LEGION 

Distinguished Achievement Award (Girl) 

2. THE AMERICAN LEGION 

Distinguished Achievement Award (Boy) 

3. DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 

Good Citizenship Award 

4. THE DUXBURY HIGH SCHOOL 

Distinguished Service Awards 

5. THE DUXBURY HIGH SCHOOL 

Distinguished Achievement Awards 

6. THE DUXBURY KIWANIS CLUB 

Award for Excellence in U.S. History 

7. THE READER'S DIGEST VALEDICTORIAN AWARD 



[j^uxljuzij c^-ftcjli Cahoot 



Duxbury Free Lihcas^ 



c^\- <^Nzvj 2\u/ doming 



To behold a whole new day aborning. 



To heed the call of dawn's creation. 



To peer inward and see soul. 



To gaze outward and see hope. 



To feel new meaning in the life you know. 



To wonder at the life you are about to know. 



quest for who you are and what you are to be. 



To find purpose in being. 



To sense challenge in becoming. 



To imagine yourself a star in the heavens. 



To approach the unknown and ask why. 



To confront the unknowable and ask why not. 



To see adventure in flights transitory. 



To see eternity in truths immutable. 

To reach. 



To touch. 



To know. 




deep thought, laughter or just pleasure. 



As the world changes, people change and every new day becomes a 
challenge. Each day now exists only in our minds as memories. 

Through our years at D.H .S. , the class of '71 has certainly made 
every day different. We would like to thank our advisers, teachers, 
parents, and friends who brought our class together. We owe great 
thanks to every one of them for helping us to accomplish Homecoming, 
the Prom, parties, the Yearbook, and all other activities. 

For all the things accomplished, we owe the deepest appreciation 
to one man — as we were a challenge to him. Therefore, the Class of 1971 
would like to dedicate our yearbook to you, Mr. Charles Lagerstedt — 
with thanks for the warm help, guidance, and humor you have given 
us. 



MR. CHARLES LAGERSTEDT 




MARLENE JO ANNE AMADO 



PATRICIA ANN AMBROSINO 



HOLLY ESTHER ANDERSON 



Key 3; Choir 3. 

Anton's C leaner . . . Any gossip, 
Rita? . . . Right On . . . PeP 
. . ."Swinger High" . . .Sta. . . 
Peturbed . . . R.A. .. . Grande. 




PAUL MICHAEL BALBONI 



Footba l 1,2,3; Hockey 2,3,4; 
Track 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1; 
A.V. 2,3,4. 

SS396 . . . How about the Cape, 
Mr. Big ... P. Town . . . 
love it or leave it . . . Brant Rock 
. . .Elison got stuck . . . Help! 
. . . surf's up . . . The bird going 
to get you . . . "Shut your win- 
dow!" 



Braintree High: Pep Club 1,2; 
Guidance Staff 2; Homecoming 2. 
Duxbury High: Choir 2,3,4; 
FT A 4. 

B.H.S. . . Peace . . . Joe Cocker! 
. . . Woodstock Nation . . . right 
on ! . . . revolution . . . the flag 
. . . see me, feel me, touch me, 
heal me . . . buffalo 




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COLIN ANDREW BATSON 



Football 2,3,4; Baseball 1 ,2,3,4; 
A. V. 3,4. 

Harry Grisle . . . "Who, me?". . 

"What are you, weird?" . . . 

#84 . . . Hup 2— Hup 1 . . . VLE. 



Basketball 1; Key 3; Tournament 
of Plays 3. 

... I forget . . . 




CLARA JANE BISHOP 



Field Hockey 1,2,3,4. 

W.F.J.F. . . I forget . . .Peter 
. . . July 7, 1970 . . .our is- 
land 



KATHIE-ANNE BOBSEINE 
Mountain Lakes High: School News- 
paper 1; Cheerleader I; G.A.A. 
1,2,3; Concessions 3; V.P. 2; 
Representative 3. 

Official as of April 1 . . . the 
5 snobs . . . New Jersey . . .6, 
no . . . corruption . . . B.B.G. 
. . .the three of us . . . mis- 
chief night . . . mustard and eggs 
. . . rabbit . . .Audrey's 
favorite. 




JOHN WINN BUTLER 



Sargeant of Arms 2. 

Corner bums . . . SST . . . Schlitz 
. . . breakfast of champions . . . 
street music . . . cruising for 
burgers . . . the best way to travel 
. . . '69 Torino . . . Peterborough, 
N.H. . . Eye god wobbiti god he 
got me woop Freak Annex . . . 
The Good Guys . . . CAT FOOD! 



SUSAN ELLEN BREHM 

Library Service Club (Treas.) 1; 
Class Play 2; French Club 2; Prom 
Committee 3; Choir 4; Witerature 
3,4; Partridge 4. 

Diets . . . Friar's Gate . . . 5 & 
10 ... U. Conn, football . . . 
this is ridiculous . . . beach . . . 
monument . . . Here she 'comes, 
M.A. 




JOYCE KEENE BYRNE 



Cheerleader 1,2; AFS 4; 
National Honor Society 3,4. 

Hank . . . Vinnie . . . 4/26/69 
. . .Tijuana Brass . . . Lincoln . . 
Carol . . . Daryl . . . wack-it . . 
C.B. . . J.D. . . Sundance . . . 
"I don't care what they think or 
say.". . . "That's life" . . . 
Moer Tobacco Road 

AFS . . . Mrs. P . . . My Fernando. 



ELWIN NICHOLS BURDICK 

Soccer 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2; 
Hockey 3,4; Key Club 4; 
Track 4; Homecoming 1,2,3,4. 

Mothers . . . Top Dollar . . . We 
own it . . . raincoats . . . Der- 
bies . . . sub races . . . "Nearly 
killed him!" . . . ease it . . . 
#12 . . . P.A.C. 




STEPHEN PAUL CANTY 



Tournament of Plays 1,2; 
Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; 
Key Club 3,4; Student Council 
(Pres.) 4. 

Savage . . . Rat, what's on the 
agenda for tonite? . . . Bad news 
Carter . . . W.C. Fields . . . 
Love joy, you're abnormal . . . 
O.K., Crocker . . . Student 
Council . . . Winter Wa Hoo 




Nick Get what you can and keep what you get. 



ROBERT HAROLD CARTER 



PETER BRADLEY CHANDLER 



DEBORA ANNE COBB 



Soccer 1,2,3 (Capt.) 4; Key 
Jeanne . . . How about the Cape Club 2,3, (Treas.) 4; Boy's State 3; 
. . . Mr. Big? . . . Jake Carlings Baseball 1,2,3, (Capt.) 4; Basket- 
... Joe ... 450 .. . Ellison's ball 1,2,3,4; Class Vice-Pres.3. 
. . . big mouth . . . Plymouth, 

Marshfield . . . raw fish and paint- Gesus-Chan . . . We own it . . . 
brush . . . "Canty, are you again?" Got to go to work . . . modicker 

. . . seadog . . .I'm your puppet 



1 AB 





FRANCES ELIZABETH CONNELL 



Murph . . . beach . . . monument 
. . . parties . . . Chappa Challa 
. . . wine . . . Conn. . . Fire & 
Rain . . . 12 years, man, 12 years 
. . . I don't believe it! . .. races 




JAMES PATRICK CREED 



West Morris High: Soccer 1,2; 
Stage Lighting 1,2,3; Wrestling 3; 
Ecology Club 3; D.H.S.: Soccer 4; 
Key Club 4. 

3rd period Barnes . . . "Where's 
Mr. Hill?" . . . Have a fireball 
. . . "Had raw fish for breakfast." 



Marshfield High: Choir 1,2; 
Drama 1; Softball 2; Variety 
Show 3; Office Staff 3; 
DHS: Future Teachers 4. 

L.C. . . Hey, Turnon . . .$20 
. . .Havoc in the Quagmire . . 
long live Pedro! . . . D.H. . . 
O.R. . . F.S. . . Tomain Towers? 
Fl NAST -Holoom and Greaser! 
SCC . . . My seester! 




PRISCILLA ANN CROCKER 



Student Council 1; Key (Sec.) 3,4; 
Witerature 4; Senior Play 4; Tourna- 
ment of Plays 1,2,3; AFS; Partridge 
(Artist) 4. 

Can't find the time to tell you . . . 
Doodle . . ."Big Blue" . . . 3 V's 
. . . It's smiling time, Leanne . . . 
"the crout" . . . # 12 . . . Smith's 
C Shop . . . beach 




P ran If you wish to please people, you 

Ready am I to go, must begin by understanding them, 

and my eagerness with sails full set, 
awaits the wind. 



Jim 



If peace be only a dream then let 
me sleep forever. 



SHAWN MATTHEW DAHLEN 



WILLIAM CARL DEDLOW 



JAY CLAUDE DESMARAIS 



Wrestling 3,4; Track 3; 
Homecoming 4. 

Business . . . yard care . . . "can 
you work tomorrow?" . . . Dump 
truck . . . $5.00/hr. 




GARY SCOTT DOANE 



Wrestling 1; Football l;Track 1; 
Baseball 3; Hockey 3,4. 

Hey King, going hunting? . . . 
Philips . . . Club 58 . . .buttons 
. . . bayside . . . Back River 



"Look out for Bigey Rat!" . . . 
P-Town . . . Trick or Treat! . . 
Club 58 . . . Led Zeppelin . . . 
Barnes, third period. 




KENNETH STEPHEN DRINAI^ 



Drama 3; Class Play 4; Key 3; 
Football 1,4; A. V. 1,2,3,4. 

C'mon T gimme a break . . .It's 
in my locker . . . Whiskers . . . 
But I just shaved at 7! . . . 
shiny shoes . . . Weymouth High. 



Basketball 1; Football (Co-Capt.) 1, 
2,3,4; Hockey (Capt.) 2,3,4; Base- 
ball (Capt.) 1,2,3,4; A. /. 2,3,4; 
Key Club 2,3,4. 

"Ya know you're the world's worst" 
. . . Top Dollar . . . We own it! 
. . . pass-out palace . . . Apple 
Jack is back . . . "Any parties 
this weekend?" 




PAMELA JEAN DuBOIS 




No wisdom like silence. 




Shawn 

If you have your health, you have 
all the wealth in the world. 



Jay 

I make the most of all that comes, 
Pam ar, d the least of all that goes. 




Ken 

I knew I should, and I wou Id if 
I could, but I can't so I won't. 




Doctor 

Man who does nothing, gets nothing. 



Live by the day. 



DARYL WATTS EATON 



THERESE JANE EDERA 



EL KAFSI ABDELHAK 



Tournament of Plays 1; Drama 
Club 2; Cheerleading 2; Key 2, 
3,4; French Club (Sec.) 1; 
Photography Club 4; National 
Honor Society 3,4. 

Where are their heads at? . . . 
C3 . . . sunshine . . . apt. 27£ 
... up with what? . . . the Cape 
house . . . the rug 




ERIK ENDRESON DONA ENNISS 

DePaul: Volleyball 1,2,; Pep Club 2; 
Basketball 2,3,4; A. V. 2,3,4. Student Council 2; Basketball 2; 

Cheerleader 2; Modern Dance 2; 
Chane . . . basketball . . .Chat- D.H.S. : Basketball 3; Cheerleader 
ham o . . Bo-By . . . Dairy Queen 4; Traffic Control 3. 
. . »pig . . . battle . . . Black 

Sabbath . . „ Deep Purple ... NJ "new kid" . . . corruption ... 
Grand Funk . . . Egg .. . earn Sept. 2 official . . . Stupid . . . 
you spurs. "You're a good boy" . . . BCFS 

Feb. 18 . . . Smith's C Shop. 



Sing Out 1; Cheerleader 1; 
Witerature 4; Partridge 4 
(Artist); Student Council 4. 



Lycee de Garcons de Sousse: 
CI ass Responsible; Chess Club; 
Photo Club (Pres.) . 
Duxbury High School: AFS 4; 
Photography Club 4; CYO 4; 
S.Y.O. 4; French Teaching 4. 

Rowleys . . . Camera bug . . . 
pictures . . . Plymouth . . . 
Psychology . . Sousse Beach. 




RITA ELIZABETH FERNANDES 



Choir 3; Key 3. 

T.R. . . Right-on, Mugs . . . 
Stoned Soul . . . Tough Enough 
... I started my diet this week 
. . . The Jackson 5 are boss . . . 
Soul city . . . Say it loud, I'm 
black and I'm proud! 



WILLIAM FRANCIS JOSEPH 
FITZGERALD 



MICHAEL JOSEPH FLANAGAN 



JANET CONVERSE FRENCH 



Track 2,3,4 

C.J.B. . . . July 7, 1770 . . . 
Jane I remember . . . D.H.S.H. 
10.3 . . . Island of Love . . . 
Old Friends 

The End. 



Student Council 3,4; Senior Play 4; 
Tournament of Plays 3. 

'57 broken blue . . . my friend . . 
princess . . . two left feet . . . 
albequerque . . . The Heart . . . 
mountain roads . . . The curse of 
the Kumquat ... a gold covered 
watch . . . someday 



FTA 4. 

Pat, squirt guns . . . R.T.M.P. 
coffee shop girl . . . Gnick Nirc 
. . . "Is he mad?" . . . S.Y.F. 
Buffalo . . . Easy to be Hard . . 
nursery . . . "How's Pete" . . . 
"write me a note" . . . Chatham, 





PAUL THOMAS GAZIN 



Tournament of Plays 1,2; All School 
Play 2; Partridge 4. 

M.D. . . Itchy brother . . . the 
Association . . . hardhat freak . . 
corner bum . . . Red Devil . . . 
Fruit's . . . catfood . . . O.T.H. 
lightning . . . The Good Guys . . 
L.I. V. 




KAREN ANN GIBBS 



Partridge (Head Typist) 4; Key 4. 

Boo-Boo-Guinzo-Peg-Kath-Gayle 
. . . P.J. Party . . . "Hey, Boo, 
we're gonna be late again!" 
Braintree Plaza . . . Green Pump- 
kins . . . Jelly beans . . . 




KATHLEEN RITA GIBBS 

Silver Lake: Future Nurses 2; 
Pep Squad 2; Drug Seminar 2; 
Basketball 2; Field Hockey 2; 
D.H.S. : Future Teachers 3; 
Prom Chairman 3; Student Coun 
cil 4; Health Careers 4; Par- 
tridge (Photography Ed.) 4. 

Peter . . . ice cream . . . 
club 1 . . . hospital? . . . PPP 
. . . parties . . . Halloween . 
devil dogs 




Mike 

Life is a banana; 

you peel it, eat it, and it's gone. 



Kathie 

"Happiness seems made to be shared. " 



Legs 

To say 'no' to death is to say 'yes' 
to life — to say 'yes' to life is against 
the law." 






Skippy 

Corruption is the weakness of strength. 



You can't always get what you want- 

Fitz 

-but you can get what you need. 



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MARILYN DIONA GILMAN 



JOHN HALSEY GODDARD 



JANET EVLYN GOWEN 



Band 1,2,3,4; Library Service 
Club 1,2 (V.P.),3,4. 

C.E.G. . . daily K.P. . . Sue 
. . . Artie Johnson. 




PATRICIA ANNE GREALY 



Cross Country 2; Choir 1 , 2,3, 4; 
Art Club 1,2,4; Prom Committee 
(Chairman) 3; District 2,3,4; 
Partridge (Lay-out Editor) 4; 
SEMSBA 1 ,2,3. 

Capt. Hona Honak Honaka . . . 
Aragorn . . . Merlin . . . Mark!, 
don't do it! . . . What do you 
want to do, Brad? 




CHRISTINE ELLEN GRUNDY 



Field Hockey 3; FTA 2,3,4; 
Senior Play 4. 

Mark . . . Howe, N. Dorchester 
. . . Southie?, no Patti, no . . . 
April 11, 1970 . . . bl ue eyes . . 
New York . . . May 74 . . . 
"Make it with you." weekends . . 
Candy's parties . . . Don't let the 
sun catch you crying 




TERESA MARIE GUALTIERI 



Weymouth High: Student Activity 
Council 2; Science Club 1; Office 
Worker 1; Modern Dance Club 1 . 



Sing Out 1; FTA 2,3,4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Tournament of Plays 3; 
Witerature 4. 

TREAT . . . lollipops . . . Howe 
Street . . . motorcycles . . . W.W. 
. . . C.E.G. . . . J.H. t K.C. . . 
New York . . . Dorchester . . . F.F. 
. . . Hojo's . . . Pizza . . . Right- 
on ... vl .. . "Southie, yes, Jan- 
et, yes!" ... Is Mark coming? 



Tournament of Plays 1; Senior Play; 
L.S. 3; Nat' I Honor Society 3,4; 
Partridge Staff; Student Council 2, 
3 # 4 (V.P.); Traffic Control 4. 

Ice Cream, Bill . . . "big blue" 
700 .. . S.C. . . Angel . . . 
Cheryl "mes etoiles! " . . . the 
crout little lost balloon . . . 
mafia limerick . . . lightning 
strikes. 




DAVID XAVIER GUILDERSON 
Soccer 1 ,2,3,4; Hockey 2,3,4; 
Golf 1,2,3,4; Key Club 4; 
A.V. 2,3,4; FT A 4. 

Anne . . . Stoughton . . . Field's 
Park . . . Met at the Beach . . . 
#7 ... We own it! . . . Eastern, 
Mass. . . Ftnalists . . . painting 
for the town? . . . "Fire those 
cards, Mr. Hi II 's comin' ! " . . . 
She waded in the water. 



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HARRY RALPH GUNNARSON JR. 

Golf 1,2,3,4 (Capt.); Key Club 4; 
Football 1 ,2,3,4 (Capt.); A.V. 4; 
Senior Play 4. 

Hombre's in town . . . we own it . 
Top Dollar . . . The Palace . . . 
Derbies and Rain coats . . . "Hey, 
Ron, you want to go hunting?" . . 
Apple Jack is Back . . . good job 
... #61. 

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JUDITH ANNE HANDY 

Field Hockey 2,3,4; Tennis 2,3,4; 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; FTA 2; French 
Club 2; Choir 1,2,3,4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Money Making Committee 
4. 

Pilgrim By-Way . . . CO. P. . . 
bruises . . . T.T.R.B. . . Club 1 
. . . monument . . . snowball fights 
. . . P. P. P. . ."Junior Birdsman" 
. . . C.E.G. 



ROBERT FRANCIS HASKELL 

Bridgewater-Raynham High School: 
Football 1; Golf 1. 
Duxbury High School: Golf 3,4; 
Football 2,3,4. 

On the goal line! . . . Korea 
'52 . . .I'm happy about it! . . 
The Green People Eater . . . cue 
ball in the corner pocket! . . . 
I can't see you! 



LINDA HALLOWELL 
Field Hockey 2,3,4 (Capt.); 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 1,2,3, 
4; Prom Committee 3; Money Mak- 
ing Committee 4. 

"The Bod" . . . 2$ . . . Pilgrim 
By-Way . . . CO. P. . . .TTRB 
. . . P. P. P. . . Club 1 . . . 
"Junior Birdsman" . . . snowball 
fights . . . Mickey . . . monu- 
ment. . . We have a problem . . 
You bet. 




MICHAEL EVERED HAYWARD 



Dodge . . . Ford 390 .. . Mickey 
. . . money. 




When something ends, something 
new begins. 




Time does not become sacred until we have lived it. 



If it's not worth trying to be the 
best, it's not worth doing. 



DIANNE MARIE HICKS 
National Honor Society 3; 
Witerature 4; Student Council 
(Sec.) 4; Prom Committee 3; 
Cheerleading 3. 

Dingity-Dang . . . Balloons . . . 
N.Y. . . France . . .C.S. . . 
No, not electives! ! . . . Diet . 
"I've got to study" . . . 6'5" . , 
driving . . . Little green apples 
. . . beach . . . monument. 





SUE ANN JESSOP 

Field Hockey 1,2; Basketball 1,2; 
FT A 2. 

Jimmy . . . Fords don't go . . . 
Get out the boats . . . Curtis 
Farms . . . that's dynamite . . . 
no way, baby ... I wasn't driv- 
ing fast . . . Aug. 1971 . . . 
trans-am . . . Scituate ... I 
don't believe it . . . can't help 
it . . . not a chance. 



CAROLYN LOUISE HOUGHTON 
Choir 1,2; Key 3,4; FT A 1,4; 
Library Service Club 1 . 

"How's your wonder bar, Sue?". . 
"Can I have a ride, Muggs?". . . 
"just fine" . . . "Erik, you work- 
ing today or am I?" . . . "Heavy, 
hub Barb?" . . . PJ's . . . "Most 
unusual circumstances J . R. !" . . 
Guit-Fiddle . . . loners . . . 
Chi -town 




JUDITH MARION JOHNSON 

Art Club 4; FTA 4. 

Rick . . . "Hey, Speedy!" . . . 
Don't call me Jewtz . . . Dec. 1971 
A.R. is sinking . . . Bobby, don't 
hit me . . . HELP . . ."Our House" 
. . . You're Crazy! "... 
diamond ring . . . outasite . . . 
Dusters do so go ... $3.80 .. . 
"But Rick, I quit!" . . . When are 
you gonna get a haircut? 



HERBERT ALERTON HOWLAND 
CrossCountry 1,2; Baseball 1,2. 



"Hey, man!" ... Oh ya? WOW 
. . . Good Scudder! . . . 
Anthony A . . .Super Boat! . . . 
Good car, buy it! . . . clutch . . 
102 dollars! . . . Gordon's . . 
"Well, you know how it isn't. . . 
305. 




SYLVIA KELSO 



Student Council 1,2,4; Band 1,2,3; 
National Honor Society 3,4; 
Witerature 2,3,4; Ecology Club 
(Pres.) 3,4; Tournament of Plays 1; 
All School Play 2. 

Peace . . . YEK . . . Greece . . . 
Who's blind? . . . outside . . . 
white rats . . . scata 




Judge 



Boo 



When God closes the door, 
he always opens a window. 



Dee 




A brain: An apparatus with which 
we think that we think. 




Judi 

The happier the time, 
the more quickly it 
passes. 



He is happy that knoweth not 
himself to be otherwise. 



Cadgie 

To touch; to teel; to watch; 
to see; to awaken; to sense; 
if for all my life — it is merel) 
for a moment. 



Tass 

AH I maintain is that on this earth 
there are pestilences and there are 
victims, and it is up to us not to 
join forces with the pestilences. 




DONALD LEE KENDREW 
Football, 1,2,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; 
Wrestling 3,4; Key Club 2,3,4 
(Pres.); A.V. 2,3,4; Tournament 
of Plays 1,2. 

Duxbury Beach Park . . . Eagle 
Scout . . . hiking . . . camping 
. . . Mr. B. . . White Inter- 
national Truck . . . nickname . . 
Cleveland . . . Malisa . . . 
Babish . . . Miss T.A.A. 



BARRY WILLIAM KING 



THOMAS HAROLD KING 




JOEL MILES KOPKE 

Cross Country 1 ,2,3; Track 1 , 
Basketball 1; Wrestling 3; 
Baseball 2,3; Prom Committee 3. 

Drew . . . J.J.. . Club 1 . . . 
Cynthia . . . Crayon Miris . . . 
Don't worry about it . . . Look 
at the freak! . . . beefers . . . 
Esso . . . Cowboy Wrestler . . . 
My girl is a Natural Blonde. 



. . . Hockey 2,3,4; Key 3,4; Cross 

Key Club 2,3,4; Partridge Country 4; Basebal I 3, 4; A. V. 4; 

(Literary Editor) 4; Prom Committee Prom Committee 3. 
3; Homecoming 3,4. 

Aug. 3rd . . . Falcon wagon . . . 

Court . . . accidents . . . p.p.p. Leta . . . Doctor Doane . . . mus- 

... new kid .. . c'mon! . . . k rats . . . buttons . . . Nov. 16 

refreshments ... the stix ... ... "The Great Hunter" 

confusion . . . pint-size 




w / 

BARTHOLOMEW CHRISTOPHER 

LaGRECA 

Soccer 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; 
Basketball 1; A.V. 2,3,4; Key 
Club 3, 4; Senior Play 4. 



Soccer . . . twin . . 
. . . S.S. L. Champs . 
those cards, Gunny!" 
tician . . . gamble? , 
Vee . . ."58" Bug . . 



"We own it" 
. . "Fire 
. . Statis- 
. . Formula 
. #3. 




CATHERINE LOUISE CHRISTINA 
LaGRECA 

Basketball 1,2,3; Softball 1,2,3; 
FTA 1,2; Homecoming 2,3,4; 
Cheerleading 4; Tournament of 
Plays 3. 

D.R.M. . . twin . . . D.P.B. . . 
Girl . . . Blue #2 . . ."ITALIANS" 
. . . huggle . . . "How we go, 
Bart!" . . . Prom Queen. 




Cathe 




Waste not, want not; help save 
the land for the next generation, 



Joel 



I am nothing if not critical 



Bart 

For worn for arms being prepared 

is half the victory. 




* * • if 1 





Bear 



Life consists not in holding good 
cards, but in playing those you do 
hold well . 



Tommy 

Where we live or how we live 
is of little consequence. What 
is all -important is to live. 



Gumby 




Keep your head high; your eyes to 
the stars, and never be afraid to 
walk alone. 



BRENDA JEANNE LANE 



TIMOTHY JAMES LEAHY 



JEANNE LeGORE 



/anasquan High: Basketball 1,2; 
Journalism 1,2; Blue & Gray 2; 

hotoqraphy 2. 
Duxbury High: Basketball 3, 4; 
Soccer 4; A. V. 4; Key Club 4. 

S.L.M. . .Hardin Hill . . . May 9 
. . . ""Jay, you own it" . . . 
You and your chewed up gum . . . 
Submarine Races. . . Derbies. 




Field Hockey 2,3,4; Prom Committee 
3; Homecoming 1,2,3,4; Partridge 4 
(Editor-in-Chief); Basketball (Mgr.) 
3; Track 3,4. 

Bob . . . Enjoy life . . . NOW! . . 
Whoops . . . the Gurnet . . . "Hey, 
Kath, what's up?" . . . CO. P. . . 
braces . . . feet . . . SMILE ! . . . 
"It's Thursday, Donna! " V.O. 




French Club 1; Sing Out 1;FTA 2,3; 
Archery Club 3; Art Club 4;Ecology 
Club 4; Honor Usherette 3. 

Terrific . . ."Oh, Sy!" . . . Well 
. . . off hand accordingly . . .'63 
Falcon. . . "What?" . . . Susan . . 
Walk in Sunshine . . . Free. 




DREW HARRIS LENCH 

Basketball 1,2,4; Choir 2,3,4; 
Field Hockey 1,2; FT A 1,2; 
Student Council 3; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; French Club 1,2; Home- 
coming 2; Health Careers Club- 
(Pres.) 4. 

Joel . . . skiing . . . C.E.G. . 
Cynthia . . . Crayon Miris . . . 
Club 1 . . . J.J. . . June 22, 
1969 . . . T.P.R.B. . . Tin- 
etti's. 




STEPHANIE LEONARD 



Witerature 3,4; FT A 3,4 (Treas.); 
Sing Out 2; Prom Committee 3. 

B.W.C. . . half a backwards hold 
. . . "You make me so very happy 
. . . TFEL . . . SYF . . ."How's 
Pete?" . . . S.U.S. . I'ts gonna 
turtle! ! . . ."I've got 79!" . . . 
bananas . . . Why? 




GISELE MARIE LE vISOUE 



Painting . . . Reading . . . Skating 
. . . dances . . . ski-doo . . . sun 
. . . walking . . . traveling . . . 
beach . . . swimming . . . unity 
. . . action . . . Liberty . . . mu- 
sic . . . songs . . . Evolution . . . 
Big-City . . . risk . . . Guess who 
. . . corvette . . . Tom Jones . . . 
Florida . . . trip . . . vacancy . . 
long hair . . . Vogue 




Chuck 

Right before me the sighs implore me; 
help the needy and show them the way; 
human kindness overflowing and I 
think it's gonna rain today. 




Gigi 
Love is not only 
made for a man 
and a woman, 
it's love of 
everyone for 
everyone . 




Tim 

Live for today, there may not be 
a tomorrow. 



Jeanne 

Better by far you should forget and 
smile than that you should remember 
and be sad. 




LUCY DOW LEYLAND 



SCOTT EDWARDS LI L LI E 



MICHAEL THOMAS LOVE JOY 



Darien High: Tennis 2; Head 
Start 2; Field Hockey 2. 
Duxbury High: Photography 4. 

3 

The rug . . . C . . . leopard . . . 
the Cape House . . . the chance of 
a lifetime . . . the blockhead *7 
in a series of 21 



Basketball 2,4; Football 
(Co-Capt.) 1 , 2,3, 4; C lass 
Vice- Pres. 4; Key Club 2,3,4. 

Lil . . . Little Last Balloon . . 
can't find the time . . . L.K. . 
OFF season . . . toilet bowl . . 
Apple Jack is back . . . Top 
Dollar! 



Football 1,2,3; Wrestling 3,4; 
Tennis 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; 
Tournament of Plays 1,2. 

Foi . . . zit . . . "my back!". . 
red devil . . .A.J. . . Greezers 
. . . "Pictures, Carter?! " . . . 
H.A. . . "How ya gettin' home, 
Steve?" . . . sliderule . . "aout" 
"Yah?" . . . labday . .. Boiga 




DONNA LEE MALAGUTI 

Track 3,4; Pep Squad 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Majorette 2; Homecoming 
3,4; Money Making Committee 3,4; 
Partridge 4. 



Dec. 21 
C.E.G. 
again 



9" 



. Mirimar . . . Club 
"Are you grounded 
. buttons . . ."9" . . 



"Oh, Darlene!" . . . clambake . . 
movies . . . "Hey, Jeanne, what's 
up?" . . ."He Owns It." 



JULIA MACY MANNER 

Basketball 1; FTA 2,3,4; Choir 2,3; 
Key 2,3,4 (Editor); Witerature 3,4; 
Homecoming 4; Senior Play 4; 
Prom Committee 3; Tournament of 
Plays 2,3. 

Juls . . . juice money . . . D-Day 
April 2 . . . Pink Panther . . . ME, 
a big mouth? . . . dirty looks. 




WILLIAM HENRY MARK 



Basketball 1,2. 

"Hey, Studman!" . . . Chevy SS 
. . . the beach . . . What's hap- 
pening? . . . Joe Mechanic . . 
You bad yet? . . . Sunday . . . 
"Can you dig it?" 




Guinzo 

. . To live is to love; and to love is 

In order to en|oy something to live 

beautiful you must be willing 
to be sad when it's all over. 




Juli 



Joy is not in things; it's in us. 



DONNA MARIE MARSHALL 



RONALD EDWARD MARSHALL 



LINDA LOU MATHEWSON 



Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2, 
(Capt.) 3,4; Field Hockey 1,2 
(Capt.) 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; 
S.E.M.S.B.A. 1,2,4; FTA 2,3,4; 
Class Pres. 2,3,4; Key 2; Prom 
Committee 3; Partridge 4. 

"Hey, you mad?" . . . B.C.F.S. 
... I just can't, that's all. 




CHERYL MARIE McARTHUR 



Wellesley High: J.C.L.2. 
Duxbury High: Basketball 3,4; 
Softball 3,4. 

Gary and Soul Session ... II 
Christmas '69 . . . Greg . . . Red 
Pillow . . . B.P.P. . . Stoned 
Soul . . . Duxbury Days . . . 
"Say it Loud, |' m Black and • 
Proud! !" . . . Super Cool. 



Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 2,3,4; 
Track 1,2,3,4; A. 3,4; Key 
Club 2,3,4; Partridge 4. 

Hey, Rusty, wanna go hunting? . . 
Apple Jacks Back ... Jo 2,4 . . 
Horrible . . . Yes, you're cute . . 
Derbies . . . you know you're the 
world's worst . . . We own it . . . 
Top Dollars! . . . I did it . . . 
Blame it on me. 




MARK ANDREW McEVOY 



Soccer 1 ,2,3,4 (Capt.); Basket- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 2,3,4; 
Key Club 2,3,4. 

Hey, Stupid . . . Club 58 . . . 
Tobey Garden for you . . . Orange 
hair . . . Leahy and Submarine 
races . . . Mickey Mouse . . . 
She waded in the water . . .Mo- 
dicker. 



Softball (Mgr.) 2; FTA (Sec.)2 / 3,4; 
French Club 2; Sing Out 1; Witera- 
ture 4. 

"I can't, I'm babysitting." . . . 
Mother Superior . . . Swift River 
Cliff . .. The Tank . . . Beshie . . 
camping . . . The Committee . . . 
party in the principal's office 




ROBERT CHARLES McGANN 



Baseball 1,2,3,4; Key Club 4; 
Hockey 2,3,4; A. V. 4; 
Football 1,3,4. 

Barney's 3rd period . . . "Pick me 
up tomorrow, Nick?". . . New 
York . . . Passout Palace . . . 
Derbies . . . bud. 




Cheryl United we stand; divided we fall. 



STEVEN PHILIP McLEAN 



ELIZABETH EVELYN McNEIL 



HUBERT JAMES MERRICK 



E.P.O.D. . . DHSH. . ."Job 
Licorice" . . . Roach Coach . . . 
The "Deak" ... Fort Worth . . . 
Egyptians . . . You got beat . . . 
"Don't Bogart that Joint! "... 
smack . . .Sid's H.H. Blues. 




JOHN MARSHALL MERRY 



South Shore Vocational High: 
Soccer 1; Baseball 1. 

Patty . . . October 9 and 10 . . . 
'68 Toyota . . . "Sorry Billy, 
I can't, going to Marshfield." 



French Club 2; Key 3,4; Witer- 
ature (Editor) 3,4; Prom Committee 
3; National Honor Society 3,4; 
Field Hockey 3,4; Softball 2,3,4; 
FT A (Vice-Pres.) 2,3,4. 

Ireland . . . England . . . PPP . . 
grub . . . West Covina . . . how 
darling . . . 45 . . rec . . 
squirt . . guns . . -beach (club 1) 




DORIS ANNE MILLS 



North Quincy High: Band 1 . 
Duxbury High: Witerature 4. 

The Tea Party: 1:48 P.M. . . . 
July 3, 1938 . . . unattainable 
lower class hard-rock power . . . 
Friday, February 13, 1970 . . . 
"Thinking is the best way to 
travel" ... "I am! I am!" 
he cries — but arh he? 



Soccer 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; 
Ecology Club 3,4; Stage Band 3,4. 

"GO GREEN!" ... No. 25 . . 
explorers . . . "Hey, Steve!". . 
"Nobody tells me anything." . . . 
down the plantation . . . "Watch 
it! Arte'smad!" . . . Personally 
Sully, I hate Physics." . . ecology 




LEATRICE ANNE MITSOCK 



Wellesley Junior High; Obed Jor- 
dan Speech Contest 1 . Duxbury 
High: Witerature 2,3,4; 
Key (Editor) 3,4; Prom Committee 
3; Honor Usherette 3; National 
Honor Society 3,4; Partridge 4. 

July 3 '68 . . . driving around 
. . . "Smiling time, Cilia! " . . 
45 . . . how darling ... PPP 



JULIENNE ALINE MORNEAU 



Secondaire Bon-Pasteur: 
DHS: FTA. 

Canada . . . L'islet-sur-mer . . 
. . .Peace . „ . Love . . . sun- 
shine . . . Sea . . . Camping 
. . . Switzerland . . . J.C.L. 



DARLENE LETA MOSHER 

Choir 1,2,3,4; Majorette 1,2; 
Softball 1; Cheerleader 4; Stu- 
dent Council 4; Prom Committee 
3 (Co-Chair); Key 3,4 (Bus. 
Mgr.); Partridge 4; Senior Play 4; 
Homecoming 3,4; Money Making 
Committee 3,4. 

THK . . . Miramar . , . Falcon 
Wagon . . . CFG . . . BBG . . 
Smith's C Shop . . . "Hey, Bugs! " 



SUSAN JAYNE MUGFORD 

Sing Out 1; Tournament of Plays 2 
Cheerleading 3; Key 3,4; FTA 4; 
Drama 4; Partridge 4. 

Muggs . . . Mugwump . . . "No 
untiendonada ! " . . . guitar . . . 
E \/S "Wanna jam?" . . . beach 
. . . Stew-Pot . . P.Park . . . 
Parties . . . "Spaz or what!" . . 
Gurnet . . . Star Is . . . Chattam 
. . . Buff. 




CYNTHIA JANE MURPHY 

Field Hockey 1 ,2,3,4: Soft- 
ball 1,2,3,4 (Capt.); Student 
Council 2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Girl's State 3; FTA 2,3,4; 
Class Sec. 3,4; Witerature 3; 
Prom Committee 3. 




DBPG . . . gullible . . . 
. . . 623 Junior Birdsmen 
Donna, got the signal? . 
June 20 . . . accidents . 



PPP 



ELAINE MARIE MURPHY 

Quincy High: Basketball 2; Soft- 
ball 2; Q-Club 2,3; Ad. Club 1; 
GAA 1; DHS: Prom Committee 3; 
Cheerleading 4. 

Quincy . . . "New Kid" . . . 
Nov. 14, '70 — Official . . . 
BCS . . . PPP . . . Smith's C 
Shop . . . 3 v"s . . . Snowball 
fights . . . car chases . . . You're 
a good boy . . . Club 58 . . . cor- 
ruption . . . mischief night. 




MARY AGNES ORICCHIO 



They've done it again! 




Friendship is not given as a gift 
but it is made stronger with each 
new day coming. 





Dar 



To have a friend you must be a friend. 




Mary 

Who says nothing is impossible? 
I've been doing nothing for years. 



Elc 



We judge ourselves by what we feel capable of doing, 
while others judge us by what we have done. 




DONNA LOUISE PALUMBO 



DANA LOUIS PANARELLI 



MARIE PARE 



Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2, 
3,4 (Capt.); Field Hockey 2,3,4; 
F.T.A. 2; Health Careers 2,3,4; 
Key 3; Class Treas. 3,4; Prom 
Committee 3; Witerature 3,4. 

DSC . . . accidents . . . Healy 
. . . me & mi . . . ya, got the 
signal, Cindy . . .BBG . . . 
623 .. . Nov. 12 . . . Junior 
Birdsmen . . . VO. 




BARBARA MARION PAULSON 



Basketball 1,2; Cheerleading 3. 



Track 2,3,4; Cross Country 1; 
Football 4; Wrestling 4; 
Prom Committee 3. 

Paint brush . . . Ellison's .... 
Blind . . . Sandy . . . ouch . . . 
treat . . . Budweiser . . . We own 
it! . . . Italian . . . "Hey, Gumby, 
where's Pokey?" ... ski bum . . . 
"Look out, here comes Bush H." 




EDMUND ERNEST PETERSON Jr. 



AFS 4. 

Peace and love . . . boys . . . 
Canada . . . Quebec . . . hip- 
pies . . . California . . . money 
. . . fun . . . traveling . . . 
camping . . . nature . . . sum- 
mertime 




GARY CURRIER PHILLIPS 



Soccer 1; Baseball 2; Wrestling 3; 
Basketball 4. 

"Going hunting, Doc?" . . . '65 
. . . Mustang . . . Fiddlers . . . 
"Lumber Jack Joe, that's me! " . . 
"Going to see Cathy?" . . . 
Marshfield Party 



Guitars . . . "Hey, how's Pete?" 
. . .SYF . . . Buffalo . . . Boston 
. . . "Want a ride?". . Dairy Queen 
. . . 3's a crowd . . . Star Island . . 
babysitting . . . Gnick-Nird . . . 
coffee house . . . Duxbury Beach . . 
RTMP . . . bowling . . . "You're 
kidding!" 



A. V. 1; Football 1 . 

Black Label . . . Kris . . . Gino's 
. . . RRRoberrrt . . . Rumbler . . . 
Corvair . . . Beach . . . Scutter . 
Donna . . . Pam . . . Go-Go's. 




Never apologize for showing feel- 
ing. Remember that when you do 
so, you apologize for truth. 




Psycho 



Man, without religion, is the 
creature of circumstances. 




It's better to have li 
not to have lived at 
best of it while you 



Dick 

It's better to try anything once, than nothing at all. 




Barb 

Pain and suffering, they are a secret. 
Kindness and love, they are a secret. 
But I have learned that kindness and 
love can pay for pain and suffering. 



ved a little than 
all. So make the 
can. 



Marie 

I'd like to be a bird and fly away 
to see other worlds. 



HOWARD PIPER 



JOHN DAVID PITTENGER 



ROBERT LOUIS PITTS 



Football 1 ; Track 2. 

Seafarer . . . Carol . . . 
Hey, Doane . . .'60 Valiant 




LUANN FRANCES PURIN 



Tournament of Plays 3; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Literature 4; Honor Ush- 
erette 3; Senior Play 4; FTA 2,3,4 
(Pres.) Witerature 4- 

Coffee Shop Girl . . . Bubbles . . 
. . Three's a crowd . . . S. O. C. 
. . V.L. . . MYBT . . Beach out 
in the darkness . . . jobbies 



Soccer 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2, 
3,4; Tennis 1 ,2,3,4; A.v\4; 
Senior Play 4; Key Club (Sec.) 
2,3 (Vice-Pres.) 4. 

California . . . S.H.J. . . You're 
a good girl . . . The Palace . . . 
D.B.P.B ... #23 . . newspaper 
reading . . . Night crawlers . . . 
Heavy Duty 'en . . "Hey, Bud! " 




RICHARD EDWARD RAWSON 



Football 1,2; Wrestling 2,3,4; 
Boy's State (alt.) 3; Key Club 3,4; 
AFS 3; National Honor Society 
3,4; Senior Play 4. 

Deedie and family . . . 4-H . 
"You got the Jeep?" . . . What's 
the homeword? . . . "Did you do 
the physics?" 



Basketball 3; Cross Country 3,4. 

Action . . . Merc . . . Big Mouth 
. . . gas dock . . . Ellison's . . . 
sea wall . . . Bayou Country . . . 
fami ly . . . downshift scudder 
V-8 juice . . . raw fish 




JOHN E. RAYN'E R 



Stoughton High: Class Play 1,2; 
All School Play 1,2; Musical , 
Choir 1,2; DHS: Class Play 3,4; 
All School Play 3; Choir 3; 
Prom Committee 3; Homecoming 
3; Partridge 4 (Bus. Mgr.) 

T.F.E.L. . . . Don't ya hate 
them! . . . Keep Right . . . 
Plum . . . How's Pete? . . . 
Let's Jam. 



CHRISTOPHER ANTHONY 
ROVETO 



STEVEN JAMES ROWLEY 



MICHAEL JOHN RUPRECHT 



School for Boys Abroad: 
Reportage de Rennes; Soccer 3; 
Fencing 3. 

Duxbury High School: Band 1,2,4; 
Class Play 1; Senior Play (Director) 
4; AFS 4; French Club 2. 

Foi . . . Peace . . . Yah?-Ouut! 
. . . Hey Mo-dicker . . . Boiger 
. . . Oh Jjjeeeze! 




WILLIAM FELLOWS SAWYER 

Baseball 1; Basketball 2; 
Soccer 2,4; Homecoming 2,3,4; 
Prom Committee 3; Key Club 4; 
Senior Play 4. 

Hey, Bud! JEEP . . . hmm . . . 
I guess . • . two am . . . wires 
. . . air drop . . . ice cream, 
Chris? . . . water works . . . 
rabbit chase ... 2 wheels . . . 
eggs ... ski bum . . . Heavy 
duty 'en? 



Plimouth Plantation . . . Hakki . 
Tweedle Dee . . . '69 Cougar . . 
Hey Jim, whatcha doin?" . . . 
War is not healthy!". . . Peace 
. . D.P.C. . . . SYF . . . 
The end of a twelve year ordeal 
in this God-forsaken institution." 
. No more gym! . . . S.F.C. 
. RES. 



Uncle Mike 

Drums . . . drag racing . . . 
Chiquita . . . 5.01 funny car. 




SUSAN MacFARLAND SHELDON 

Wei lesley Junior High: Phillipian 
(Lit. Ed.) 1; DHS: Library Service 
3; Witerature 3,4. 

My current interest? . . . Finland 
and Hungary . . . garden's first 
pumpkins . . . sings, terrariums, 
and cousins . . . it's not all that 
bad. 




PAMELA SHIRLEY 

Band 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3, 
4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3 

"Go Away". . . Gnick-Nird . . 
THE CLOSET . . . Cards at 
Diane's . . . Buffalo . . bowl- 
ing . . . "My parents will kill 
me" . . . "Mr. Johnson is mad 
at me again! " 



LAUREL RUTH WASS 



SAMUEL ALLEN WEATHERS 



WILLIAM RALPH WHITEHOUSE 



National Honor Society 3,4; Library 
Service Club 2 (Vice-Pres.) 3,4; 
Band (Treas.) 1,2,3,4; Health 
Careers Club 1,2,3,4. 

Hi . . . nursing . . . studying . 
Hermetite . . . Avon . . . Band 
camping . . . library . . . good 
luck . . . bye 




DANIEL WIRZBURGER 



Soccer 4; Witerature 4. 

Girls . . . horses . . . trying to 
learn guitar . . . dating girls . . 
. . . pack and bundle boy . . . 
A & P . . . parties are cool as a 
Blue Moose . . . sleeping in 
Business Systems. 



Football 3,4; Basketball 3, 4. 

Texas . . . Are you kidding? . . . 
Save your Confederate money, . 
The South will rise again . . . Dux- 
bury Beach . . . back home . . . 
choppers . . . stripers 




BRAD CHARLES WYMAN 



Tennis 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2; 
Prom Committee 3. 

The Gout . . . Physics . . . Eric 
Shelby . . . Jenny . . . Yep . . 
Super Car . . . "Did you do the 
homework?" . . . Sure it's easy 
. . . I know it . . . Flower 
Shop . . . Kepler theory . . . 
I don't believe what Newton said! 



Football 1; Class Play 1 ,2,3; 
Senior Play 4; Band 1,2,3,4. 

"Hey Steve, let's go to Venier's! " 
. . .BIG MOUTH (6 of 'em). . . 
He's only 18 but he's fat . . .Hey' 
Rat, play some chess . . . what's 
a skimobile? . . . "What do I 
usually do Saturday night, Steve?" 




STEVE ROY ZOLLIN 



Scituate High: Wrestling 1; 
Library Service Club 1,2. Duxbury 
High: Football 4; Wrestling 3,4; 
Key Club 3,4; A. V. 4; Senior 
Play 4. 

Deb . . . Lineman's dream . . . 
D.B.P.B . . . Stoughton . . . 
Mr. B . . . PJ's . . Field's Park- 
way . . . Dudley . . . Cleve- 
land . . . 48 . . . Pitch . . . 
ful I -house 




Parties make the world go 'round. 



You only live twice; once when you 
are born; once when you die. 



In Memoriam 




DAVID HUBBARD 



January 19, 1953 — June 24, 1963 




Seated front row L. to R.: D. Kostreva (Advisor), D. Marshal! (President), C. Murphy 
(Secretary), Standing back row from L. to R.: S. Lillie (Vice-President), C. Lager- 
stedt (Advisor), D. Pa lumbo (Treasurer) . 





Nick Burdick and Patty Grealy 



Mike Flanagan and Luann Purin 





Donna Marshall and Peter Chandler 



Tim Leahy and Dona Enniss 



!Bz±t all czfyiound 



<zA/[o±t lifzelij to mcczsA 




Donna Palumbo and Scott Lillie 



Best 2wW 





Richard Rawson and Sylvia Kelso 




Bob McGann and Diane Hicks 



Drew Lench and Rusty Gunnarson 



Clara Bishop and Joel Kopke 





Dana Panarelli and Jul i Manner 



senion 




September MTO UJe become senvors Voitti T)onna. OWshiU 
and < oCort L'vWfe Wod»ng cur c\ass .... Sk>deni Gounci I 

became, a.n effiecr'io^, represerrViW<Je> body CJara^ 

*Bishop ccatuncd Home coming Q^ueen "Foott»H fcam re- 

Ceioes -btjphLj ^or ^tVruxKstjtt/vnCj Oyame — Senior cjvols 

besT Jonvor g'irte. or Vixjjder f\>rf -PocrtfeaU game 

l^es crt~TY>anKs<jioir\^ ca\d on Ko/tKveQxbbs* 

pajamcL parUj Senior class presetvts 4V\e daring 

game, and nearly uued cjarae ..girls* niobt at •the, 

legion CKosVws Semi -for mat year o? -Vhe^ 

' bomb Scares' TU celebcvtvj in fo-U-S.-Cberv^l 

Y r \ c QrH>ur snou&aU -fYoh-vs at -me vnonomenf.. 

Senior Class on&senVs Ahe nalcOnvrml" Starnng 

'Pick'^quisoo and LoaniTPonn • • . ■ lPbcK«y YT\ooso 

m babies Hie S . ft . d . room — -Vhe* \\<ghts contaoersuj'. . . . 

Vwd decvs\o<ns ^&We.arnbYVioi\s. . . . -me. \<TU TorlcicVje, 

-ficcAVj mecrs -Vbtir deadline.... .. goaduadjon.. . » * Vvme> 

sAo.Hr new begvor/vngS . . . . \ 



Sprigs of cherry blossoms, lanterns, and 
authentic Japanese gardens created a romantic 
and oriental atmosphere which prevailed through- 
out the evening. The dining and dancing were 
fit for the emperor. The grand march highlighted 
the evening, when the elegantly dressed couples 
paraded around the dance floor accompanied by 
the fantastic sound of Utopia. The Class of 1971 
watched as Cathe LaGreca was crowned Queen, 
her escort, David Morse, appropriately selected 
King. The Queen's Court shone brightly, as 
those chosen were Cilia Crocker, escorted by 
Nick Burdick, and Christine Grundy, escorted 
by Terry Byrne. 

Hard work and determination made possible 
the final breath-taking results. Organization 
and planning were executed by Kathie Gibbs 
and Darlene Mosher, while the designing of the 
queen's throne and other decorations were done 
by John Goddard. 

Special thanks go to Le0nne Mitsock for 
providing a place for workshops and meetings. 

The evening of May 8, 1970 has made a mark 
in the memories of those students and faculty mem- 
bers who attended the Junior Prom nt Ridder's 
Country Club. 




Seated L. to R.: S. Morgan, Hakki, J. Byrne, Standing from L. to R.: S. Mills, P. Tes- 
man, J. Jones, H. Fellows, B. Willingham, J. Pierce, L. Mueller, Mr. Earl Chamber- 
lain (Advisor), D. Eaton, H. McCarthy, C. Crocker. 



Hakki 



Sun and blue sky year around, sandy beaches with beautiful 
girls and swimmers abound. Such is Sousse, the city from which Af 
I come. 

Tunisia, my country, is in northeast Africa. It has about 
1,000 miles of beaches on the Mediterranean. Although 
Tunisia is not big, it has a big diversity of landscapes, and 
being an old country it has also a rich culture. Our religion is 
Islam . 



I have been for twelve years in schools. The first six were 
spent at a primary school and the other six in a high school. 
Last year I had to take an exam before coming over to the U. S. 
This exam allows me to go to the university. This exam is 
called baccalaureat and my specialization was philosophy. I 
hope I can become one day an interpreter or a psychologist. 

This year spent in the U.S. is a great personal experience. 
Coming from another culture we have to get rid of it to a 
certain extent to be able to live in the new one. The beautiful 
side of it is that you become purely a human being without any 
cultural cover which allows you to know much more of yourself 
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Dr. Everett L. Handy 



As of December 31, Dr. Everett L. Handy officially retired as Superinten- 
dent of the Duxbury School System. 

A native of Falmouth, Dr. Handy attended that school system. After 
graduation he did undergraduate work at the College of Liberal Arts at Boston 
University, where he earned his A.B. degree in 1934. In 1938, he earned 
his M.A. from Harvard University and took his Ph. D. from Harvard in 1945. 

Since Dr. Handy's arrival as Superintendent of Schools in Duxbury in 
1950, he has made many contributions to the school system. Among such 
achievements are the shaping of the present school complex, the employing 
of highly trained full-time specialists, and the supervising of a series of 
building programs. 

The Class of 1971 wishes to join the faculty and student body of DHS in 
expressing appreciation to Dr. Handy for his unselfish devotion to the school 
system of Duxbury. To Dr. Handy - a most happy future! 



cz^fdrnbiL±txatLon and < \}acuttij 





cy^clrnLnL±t r iatLon 



Dr. Lawrence H. Anderson 




Mr. Ralph N. Blakeman 





< LpiLncijiat 



Mr. John W. Hill 




Seated L. to R.: Miss Crystal Gips, Mrs. Irene Sherwood (Department Head), 

Mrs. Sondra Upham, Mrs. Nancy Wilson; Standing L. to R.: Mr. Earl Chamberlain, 

Mr. Richard Miller, Mr. James Beuchler, Mr. Foster Cass. 




Seated from left to right: Mrs. Isabel Ballard, Miss Marcia Lantz, Mr. Michael Reed 
(Department Head), Miss Melissa Salisbury. Missing from picture: Mrs. Constance Pye, 
Mrs. Gisela Hale. 




Mr. Daniel J. Kosrreva, Mrs. Agnes Reed 





Miss Anna Davis 



Miss Alice Ohannessian 



Social eStudUi ^J^shaxtnient 




Seated from Left to Right: 

Mrs. Gisela Hale, Col. James Truden (Department Head), Mrs. Ann Bertone. 
Standing from Left to Right: Mr. Francis Sabol, Mr. John Maguire. 



<^A/{atfiEmatic± ^>Eliaztmznt 




Seated L. to R.: Mr. Thomas J. Woodbury, Miss Lois Dulski, Mr. Ronald Abate, 
Standing L. to R.: Mr. Charles Lagerstedt, Department Head: Mr. Lawrence Dunn, 
Mr. Gordon Leighton. 



< ^Joot(jall 




1st Row: L. to R. : J. Bolster, G. Franke, S. Lewis, P. Terravanien, D. Anacone, 
D. McCallum, R. Wilson, J. McCarthy, R. Johnson, K. Shea, C. Small, B. Ballard, 
C. Roberts, M. Amado, J. Chase. 2nd Row: L. to R. : R. Shaffer, D. Kendrew, 
J. Desmarais, S. Weathers, D. Panarelli, S. Lillie, R. Marshall, R. Gunnarson, 
B. Haskel, S. Zollen, S. Thrasher, C. Batson. 3rd Row: L. to R. : Col. J. Truden(Coach), 
M. Battista, M. Kennedy, D. Wilber, M. Enniss, S. Browne, S. Hallowell, J. Haskell, 
J. Ballard, J. Fallon, D. Laurier, C. Royle, M. Vienneau, R. Cushing, W. Greeley, 
R. Jones, R. McGann, Mr. E. Chamberlain (Coach), Mr. Sabol (Coach). 






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On Homecoming Eve the pep rally was held in the 
Middle School. The Senior class was triumphant in the 
tug of war over the Freshmen runner-up team. The peak 
of the night came with the crowning of Clara Bishop as 
Homecoming Queen. 

The following day brought rain and the postpone- 
ment of the annual Homecoming Parade. Yet, over- 
flowing with spirit, the Senior class organized its own 
parade--led by Shawn Dahlen and the float, and featur- 
ing Mark McEvoy as the DHS Dragon. The football 
game was disappointing. Although the Dragons put a 
lot of effort into it, they were defeated by West Bridge- 
water. 

Thanksgiving brought victoryand the long awaited 
parade. The Junior class won first prize for their con- 
tribution of the best float to the Homecoming Parade. 
This year's Homecoming festivities had more of the all- 
important element needed--SPIRIT. 




South Shore Champs '70 
1st Row: S. Mills, M. Otsuki, P. McEvoy (Capt.), D. Marshall (Capt.), 
L. Hallowell (Capt.), D. McNab, C. Bishop. 2nd Row: B. McNeil (Manager), 
B. Willingham, J. LeGore, J. Handy, Miss Brooks (Coach), L. Lewis, C. Murphy, 
J. Jones, D. Palumbo.( Miss ; ng f rom p i c t ur e: N. Kendrew (Manager) 



With an overall record of 12-0-0 the 
Duxbury Dragonettes coached by Miss Deb- 
orah Brooks won the South Shore League 
Championship. The highlights of the season 
came with a victory over Marshfield after 
seven long years of frustration and the shut 
out of Hanover which was the only team to 
score on the team for the past two years. 

Outstanding players on the team were: 
Donna Marshall, who for the third year in 
a row was named most valuable player; 
Donna Palumbo, who allowed only two 
goals in nineteen games as a varsity goalie; 
Cindy Murphy, who was the leading scorer 
with twelve goals and Linda Halowell who 
set a new record for total points with eleven 
goals and fourteen assists for a total of 
twenty-five points. 



All of the seniors will be missed next 
year. In their four years on the team they 
played in only one losing game. Since the 
seniors have been on varsity their record 
has been 24-0-4. 

The powers which led the hockey team 
to its third consecutive undefeated season 
were pride, spirit, hard work, and deter- 
mination . 





Duxbury 


12 


Holbrook 





Duxbury 


5 


West Br. 





Duxbury 


2 


East Br. 





Duxbury 


1 


Cohasset 





Duxbury 


3 


Sacred H . 





Duxbury 


3 


Norwel 1 





Duxbury 


8 


Hull 





Duxbury 


2 


Marsh. 


1 


Duxbury 


7 


Appon. 





Duxbury 


2 


Hanover 





Total 


45 




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Front Row L. to R. : P. McGarigal, D. Wirzburger, B. Sawyer, N. Burdick, M. McEvoy 
(Capt.), P. Chandler (Capt .) , J. Pittenger, D. Guilderson, B. LaGreca, J. Creed, 
H. Merrick. Back Row L. to R.: G. Washburn, J. Tonrey, H. Fellows, B. King, 
G. Chandler, F. Cass (Coach), J. Cotton, J. Conathan, T. Leahy, S. Drummey, 
R. Marshall. (Missing from picture: K. Taft, B. Burns, J. Reid.) 



Once again the DHS Soccer ream, cap- 
tained by Peter Chandler, Bart LaGreca, and 
Mark McEvoy, upheld its tradition. With a 13-1 
record, the South Shore League was again dom- 
inated by our Champs. 

Siding with team effort were such stand- 
outs as Peter Chandler, with a new school and 
league record of 34 goals, and Mark McEvoy, 
who led the team in assists, 21. 

Our seniors, along with these four of the 
seven starting seniors, John Pittenger, Nick Bur- 
dick, Tim Leahy, and Dave Guilderson, will be 
sorely missed next year. 




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First Row L. to R.: S. Drummey, D. Panarelli, R. Marshall, R. Marshal 1 , B. 
Fitzgerald, Second Row L.to R.: R. Hoel, B. Jones, Mr. D. Kostreva(Coach) , 
J. Fallon, R. Schaffer, B. Reed, B. Foster. (Missing from picture: P. Bolster, 
B. Carter, P. Balboni, S. Dahlen, Mr . F. Sabol (Coach) ). 




Under the coaching of 
Mr. Daniel Kostreva, the DHS 
track team narrowly ended its 
season with a two-seven record. 
With the experience of such 
varsity men as Ron Marshall, 
Bill Fitzgerald, Dana Panarelli, 
Bob Carter, and Paul Balboni, 
and the addition of promising 
freshmen returning, the squad 
anticipates the best record in 
DHS history. 




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1st Row: L. to R. : B. Rober, S. Crinko, >'. Muller, 3. Clausson, 

B. Benevento, J. Delano, N. Dedlow, K. Flanagan, J. Srady, 

2nd Row: K. MacCullam, D. Chamoers, B. Laurier, J. Goddard, 

R. Fopartv, A. Pape, T. oundy. (Missing from picture), J. Cona- 

than, D. Paulson, M. Brisssnden, 2. LeBlrnc, L . Scott, L. Bundy, 

A. Millar, B. Severson, Z. McAlpine, N. Goodrich, P. Lucky, L. 




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At the beginning of this year a group of Junior 
and Senior girls set out to give DHS a new con- 
cept in cheerleading . They went to work with 
the guidance of advisor Mrs. Cass and newly se- 
lected Captain Dona Enniss; confused but deter- 
mined . The girls raised the money for new uni- 
forms and designed the outfits themselves. Hav- 
ing accomplished this, their next task was to de- 
velop a style of cheering with originality. They 
worked many hours, contributing much thought 
and practice. The squad includes: Dona Enniss, 
Elaine Murphy, Cathe LaGreca, Darlene Mosh- 
er, Donna Creed, Debbie Herrick, Sue McCar- 
thy, and alternates Gwenn Herrick and Jeanne 
Murphy. 




Good work girls, DHS is proud of you! 




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Kneeling L to R: j. Shepard,M. Pittenger, T . Amendolare, 
J. Bolster^ P. Kokins f J. Taylor . Standing L to R : Mr. w ; lli am 
Purin (Coach), P. Balboni ; J. Desmarais (Co-Captain), 
R. Marshall (Co-Captain), D. Guilderson (Co-Captain), 

S. Thrasher, M. Battista, Mr. David Murphy (Coach) , 
Standing L to R: N. Burdick (Manager), R. Jones 
R. Cushing^ P. Morgan, M. Dewire,W. Dedlow (Manager^ 
C. Royle, J. McCarthy, C. Bolster, G. Doane (Manager), 
T. King,R. McGann,S. Hallowell 



Coached by Mr. David Murphy and Mr. William 
Purin a determined DHS Hockey team worked hard 
throughout the 1970-71 season to perfect the skills 
and obtain the experience necessary for a winning 
team. The improvement that the team practiced so 
hard for was realized in their wins over East Bridge- 
water and Hanover. 

The returning lettermen for the team were: Ron 
Marshall and Jay Desmarais(League All-Stars), Dave 
Guilderson, Tom King, Bob McGann, Chip Bolster, 
Bob Jones Mark Battista, Steve Hallowell, and Paul 
Morgan. Remaining players on the team included: 
Paul Balboni, Scott Thrasher, Mike Dewire, Craig 
Royle, John Shepard, Renny Cushing, Jeff Bolster, 
Mike Pittenger, Tom Amendolare, John McCarthy, 
Peter Kokins, and John Taylor. The managers for 
the team were Nick Burdick, Gary Doane and Bill 
Dedlow. 



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Front Row L. to R.: S. LaFleur, L. Hallowell, D. Marshall, D. Palumbo, P. 
Shirley, M. Galassi,Back Row L. to R. : E. Ferrell, C. Murphy, N. Kendrew, Miss 
Jane Toolin (Coach), D. Lench, S. MacArthur, B. Roberts (Manager). 



Th is year's Girls' Basketball team, coached by Miss 
Jane Toolin, proved to be one of the best teams that DHS 
has ever seen. 



The girls put on their best performance of the season 
against the South Shore Champions, Hanover. The Drag- 
onettes lost, but only by one basket. 

Doing an outstanding job during this game and all 
games was the starting line up: Drew Lench, Linda 
Hallowell, Donna Palumbo, Cindy Murphy, and Donna 
Marshall. The girls did an excellent job getting both 
offensive and defensive rebounds and keeping Hanover's 
high scorer down in the middle teens. 

Other members of the team who did a fine job are 
Pam Shirley, Cheryl McArthur, Judy Handy, Nancy 
Kendrew, Sherry LaFleur, Evelyn Ferrell, and Mered- 
ith Galassi . 






When asked to comment on the team, Coach Toolin 
said, "I can't imagine working with, or coaching a 
nicer or more receptive group of girls, They worked 
hard, practiced diligently, and played together with 
team effort. This year's team had the potential to be the 
ber ONE team on the South Shore. They possessed 
; speed, drive, moves, and shooting ability required 
only the best ." 




These twelve girls have made my first coaching ex- 
perience a year that I can't wait to repeat, and I love 
them all." 





From L. to R.: M. McEvoy, S. LI I lie, T. Leahy, R. Marconi, E. En- 
dreson, J. Fallon, S. Weathers, J. Garrity, M. Pittenger, P. Chand- 
ler, J. Tonrey; 

Kneeling: Mr. F. Cass (Coach). 




The 1970-1971 DHS Boys' Basketball team had 
another great season under the coaching of J. Foster 
Cass . 

Captained by Tim Leahy and Jon Garrity , the 
team won 75% of its games to enter the Tech Tourna- 
ment once again. Backing up consistent high scorers 
such as Pete Chandler and Jon Garrity were seniors 
John Pittenger, Erik Endreson, Tim Leahy, and Mark 
McEvoy. Returning seniors were Scott Lillie and 
Sam Weathers. The loss of seven seniors will be 
difficult, but with the promise of juniors Jim Fallon, 
Jim Tonrey, Bob Marconi, and Jon Garrity, the team 
looks forward to a season just as great next year. 




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Standing L. to R.: R. Hoel, B. Fleming, R. Pitts, T. King, R. Hoel, Mr. R. Hayes 
(Coach). Kneeling L. to R.: C Bolster, J. Metheany, J. Taylor, J. Palfrey. 



Under the coaching of 
Mr. Robert Hayes, the DHS 
cross country team ended its 
season with a nine-one record, 
defeating Sacred Heart. 

With the hope of more com- 
ing out for the team, and the 
loss of only two, the squad re- 
turned this year with expecta- 
tions of a greater season. 




L. to R. : C . Royle, P. Kokins, J. Tonrey, B. Penn, T. Garrity, R. Gunnarson, F. Tonrey, 
B. Penn, D. Guilderson, Fuller Marshall (Coach). 



This spring the DHS Golf team and coach 
Fuller Marshall will be looking for their 
fifth South Shore League title in five 
years. Last year's team finished sixth in 
the state at Brookline. Returning for'71 
are six lettermen and two excellent fresh- 
man, making this year's prospects the best 
ever. Among such standouts are Harry 
Gunnerson, who lead the state qualifiers 
in the team championship with a 75. 



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Seated from L. to R.: P. McEvoy, D. Marshall (Capt), C. Murphy, D. Palumbo, 
N. Kendrew, P. Shirley, Back Row: B. McNeil (Manager), S. Lafleur, C. McArthur, 
C. LaGreca, Miss Deborah Brooks (Coach), D. McNab, S. Quirk, N. Merrick, 
B. Roberts (Manager). (Missing from picture: K. Sollis, L. Storrs) . 






The '70 softball team finished 
with a record of 4-6, under the 
coaching of Miss Deborah Brooks. 
For the team it was a year of build- 
ing. The '71 team expects to have 
a good season this spring with the 
addition of the freshmen to last 
year's team. As Coach Brooks 
says, "The team has good poten- 
tial if we' can put it all together." 






First Row: Left to Right: R. Marconi, S. Savastano, P. Chandler, B. LaGreca, J. Des- 
marais, R. Larson. Second Row: Left to Right: Mr. David Murphy (Coach), T. King 
(Manager), C. Batson, D. Savastano, R. McGann, J. Garrity, M. Battista, J. Kopke, 
G. Doane (Manager). 



After losing their first five games, the 
dragons came back strong and won eight of 
the last eleven they played to end the 
season with an eight -eight record. 

Under the coaching of Mr. David Murphy, 
the DHS baseball team has such standouts as 
John Garrity, with a three fifty-eight average, 
Peter Chandler, and Mark Battista. Mark 
Battista won three of the games he pitched as 
did Colin Batson. 



The dragons lost only one senior this past 
year, and returned for another great season. 



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The DHS boys' tennis team, under the 
coaching of Mr. Robert Hayes, finished 
second in their league with an eight -two 
record. Of singles, the outstanding player 
was Paul McGarigal, with a seven-three 
record. With a nine-one record, John 
Pittenger and Mike Lovejo^ led the team 
as doubles. 



Among the promising players returning 
were Mathew Fogarty and Steve Hallowell, 
to assist the team in another great season. 




From L. to R.: Mr. R. Hayes (Coach), M. McEvoy, P. McGarigal, M. Fogarty, S. Smith, 
J. Pittenger, D. Marshall. 

Kneeling from L. to R.: B. Wyman, R. Hallowell, M. Lovejoy, M. Mueller. 




Kneeling L. to R.: L. Hallowell, D. Flanagan, S. Mills, C. Dahlen. 

Standing L. to R.: W. Barker, R. Fogarty, J. Handy, Mrs. Sondra Fogarty (coach), 

L. Lewis, A. Berglund. 





Standing L. to R. : J. Ballard, D. Panarelli, G. Phillips, Mr. R. McClung (Coach), 
J. Parker, B. Dedlow, R. Hoel. Kneeling L. to R.: M. Lovejoy, H. Mueller, R. 
Hoel, B. Ballard, D. Amado. 




The Student Council accomplished many worthwhile projects this year. 
With the strong determination of the representatives and the leadership of 
President Stephen Canty, the Council worked hard toward their goals. 
Student government was the single greatest concern. The student -faculty 
relationships dominated many of the Council's ideas. New ideas pro- 
moted by the Student Council were the abolishing of study halls, separat- 
ing the students sincerely interested in studying and those who wished to 
have an activity period; the beneficial presence of vending machines; and 
the establishment of a smoking area. 

Entertainment was a separate concern of the Council. A great interest 
in representative government allowed the Student Council to end the year 
by narrowing the gap between students and school life. 




Seated from L. to R.: K. Gibbs, D. Eaton, M. Flanagan (Treasurer), D. Hicks (Secretary), 
Mr. John Maguire (Advisor), C. Grundy (Vice-President), S. Canty (President), D. Mosher. 
Standing L. to R.: D. Flanagan, J. Fallon, W. Keith, H. McCarthy, C. Patch, J. Murphy, 
L. Lewis, J. Jones, D. Canty, M. McCormich, J. Sibley, S. Mills. 
(Missing from picture: S. Kelso; Mrs. A. Bertone (Advisor) ). 




Seated L. to R.: D. Malaguti, K. Gibbs, C. Crocker (Secretary), L. Mitsock (Managing 
Editor), Mrs. Irene Sherwood (Advisor), J. Manner (Literary Editor), D. Mocher, M. McNeil, 
K. Manner (Artist); Standing L. to R.: S. Sbraccia, J. Sibley, E. Wickham, D. Creed, 
L. Wadell, K. Neilsen, S. Mugford, G. Houghton, L. Mueller, L. Metcalf, M. Murphy, 
L. Lewis, S. Walker, L. Anacone, B. MacDonald, T. King, K. McMann, W. Ariagno. 




Seated L. to R.: B. Roberts, M. McCormick, S. Leonard, B. McNeil (Editor), Mrs. M. 
E. Sherwood (Advisor), B. Wormstead, S. Walker, L. Mitsock, L. Purin, D. Hicks. 
Standing L. to R.: Moira Otsuki, L. Mathewson, D. Palumbo, S. Brehm,. J. Jones, 
H. McCarthy, L. Metcalf, S. Sheldon, B. Stewart, L. Lewis, J. Manner, L. Storrs, 
L. Moeller, P. Peters, J. Dimase, S. Sabraccia, K. Nielsen, J. Whittier, M. Gall- 
assi, Cilia Crocker, J. Sibley, C. Merlet. Back: D. Eaton, B. Spencer, E. Guten- 
kist, N. Goodrich, J. Greer, P. Goin, M. Young, B. Stern, D. Mills, N. Kendrew. 




1st Row: C. Houghton, J. Gowen, J. Johnson, L. Mathewson, S. Leonard, E. McNeil, 
L. Purin, Miss Melissa Salisbury (Advisor), C. Murphy, J. French, S. Mugford, D. Mar- 
shall, D. Guilderson, J. Morneau. 2nd Row: M. Mueller, J. Freeley, T. Whitehouse, 
D. Chapdelaine, L. Jessop, J. Davis, S. McCarthy, C. Peterson, K. Manner, V. Kret- 
schmar, J. Dimase, A. Berglund, C. Boulerice. 3rd Row: B. Coughlin, D. McClure, 
S. Mathewson, C. Bitters, K. Eddy, K. Hilliard, C. Tellin, N. Merrick, C. Merlet, 
K. Nielson, B. Foisy, B. Rapier, S.'Zollin, A. Irwin, S. Ahlquist. 4th Row: E. Grealy, 
D. Marshall, C. Pickles, L. Wirt, H. Hammond, H. Pierce, J. Garrity, H. McCarthy, 
J. Jones, J. Sibley, S. Lougee, F. Armey, S. Shirley, V. Carlson, S. Alander. 

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Seated from L. to R.: J. Handy, R. Rawson, Col. James Truden (Advisor), T. Edera, 

O. H.cks. Standing from L. to R.: J. Byrne, B. McNeil, L. Mitsock, L. Wass, C. Grundy, 




Seated from L. toR.: S. Lillie, R. Gunnarson, J. Pittenger ( Vice-President) , R. Blakeman 
(Advisor), D. Kendrew (President), J. Cotton (Secretary), P. Chandler (Treasurer) , 
R. Marshall. 

Back Row L. to R.: G. Chandler, R. Marshall, B. Jones, D. Larson, N. Burdick, 
J. Pierce, B. McGann, J. Desmarais, T. Leahy, M. McEvoy, B. King, C. Sonntag, 
J. Creed, B. Sawyer, B. LaGreca, S. Canty, D. Guilderson, R. Rawson, M. Flanagan, 
S. Zollin, B. Foster. 



M. Anderson 
T. LaGreca 
M. Mueller 
K. Drinan 
M. McEvoy 

B. Foster 

C . Batson 
B. McGann 
J. Garrity 
S. Savastano 
B. Marconi 
T. Leahy 

P. Balboni 
R. Marshall 




E. Endresen 
J. Fallon 
D. Kendrew 

C. Bolster 
T. King 
S. Zollin 

D. Guilderson 
S. Hallowell 
S. Lillie 

B. Jones 
M. Battista 
M. Enniss 
G. Doane 
B. LaGreca 



J. Desmarais (President) R. Marshall ( vTce-Pres.) 

Mr. David Murphy (Advisor) 



P. Chandler (Secretary) 



R. Gunnarson (Treasurer) 




1st Row: E. Ferrell (Pres.), Laurel Wass (Vice-Pres.) , Miss J. Frame (Advisor), 
H. Willard (Secretary), K. Neilsen (Treasurer). 

2nd Row: W. Leonard, K. Eddy, S. Monks, T. Boucher, F. Armey, W. Emerson, 

R. Palumbo, G. Thomson, S. Zollin, A. Peters, M. Gilman, B. Brehm, R. Fernandes. 

(Missing from picture: L. Sproul, D. Purin.-) 




Seated from L. to R.: D. Hammond, A. Peters, S. Williams, J. Johnson. 

Standing from L. to R.: J. Goddard, E. Ferrell, B. Lane, D. Patton, M. McCormack, 

K. Boulerice, Miss Ann Davis (Advisor), B. Willingham. 




1st Row: (Seated) J. Rayner, S. Mugford, B. Sangster. 

2nd Row: P. Weatherlow, S. McCarthy, C. Patch, H. Fellows, L. Hird. 

3rd Row: J. Chadwick, P. Peters, J. Stephen, S. Shirley, W. Connell, L. Blanchard, 

D. Pynn, J. Pierce. 

4th Row: W. Whitehouse, D. Larson 

Last Row: S. Canty, Mr. Richard Miller (Advisor). 




Seated L. to R.: R. Fernandes, H. Anderson, T. Gaultieri, C. Bishop, Mrs. A. 
Ayers (Adviser), B. Gould, D. Malaguti, M. Gilman, D. Lench, E. Toomey, 
B. Lane, C. Sampson. 



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From L. to R. : Mr. R. Sullivan (Advisor), S. Williams, J Chadwick, 
S. Kelso, R. Marshall, D. Hicks, H . Merrick. 




Seated L. to R. : S. Mills (Treasurer), D. Lench (President), A. Welcker (Advisor), 
K. Gibbs (Vice-President), N. Merrick (Sec). Standing L. to R. : D. Palumbo, 
L. Wass, F. Armey, E. Caron, J. Salt, D. Friend. 



!Band 




Sousaphone 

S. Canty 
H. Muller 



Baritone 



J. Cotton 
M. Gilman 



Trumpet 

M. Whitehouse 
M. Lovejoy 
D. Neubauer 
G. Cobb 
K. Wockenfuss 
M. Armey 
R. Pa I umbo 

A. Pollock 
L. Brown 
K. Keith 

Trombone 

P. McGarigal 
R. Cushing 
J. Haskell 
W. Maclver 

B. Gilman 
S. Howard 



Clarinet 

G. Southard (Sec. ) 
A. Irwin 

H. Fellows 

D. Canty 
W. Pollock 
J. Grady 
G. Lima 

C. Clougherty 

E. Goodyear 

D. Chetwynde 

A. Boucher 




Percussion 
H. Merrick 

D. Marshall (Vice Pres.) 
J. Mitsock 
G. Conroy 
K. Shea 
M. Sawyer 

Flute 
S. Kelso 
M. Galassi 
L. Wass (Treas. ) 

Saxophone 

R. Smith (Pres.) 
P. Shirley 
C. Roveto 
L. Neubauer 



MAJORETTES 

C. Cotton 
J. Butler 
J. Robinson 
B. Brehm 
K. Nielsen 
J. Robinson 
S. Cushing 

D. Driver 
B. Weatherlow 
I. Caleskie 
A. Peters 




P. Ambrosino 
C. Bitters 

B . Brehm 
S. Brehm 
I. Caleskie 
S. Canty 

C. Cotton 
S. Cushing 

D. Driver 
H. Fellows 
R. Fogarty 

A. Gazin 

B. Gilman - " 
J. Goddard (Senior Rep.) 
P. Goin (Vice-Pres.) 
J. Greer (Sophomore Rep.) 
N. Hall (Pres.) 
J. Handy 
T. Hansen 

C. Hill 
K. Hilliard 
L. Hird 
G. Hunter 
A. Irwin 

C. LeBlanc 

D. Lench 
L. Maclver 
P. McGarigal 
C. Merlet 




, Merrick (Sec-Treas.) 
Mitsock 
Nielson 
Peters 
Peters 
Purin 

Pynn (Junior Rep. 
Rapier 
Robecki 
Robinson 
Turner 
Wade 1 1 
Walker 

Weatherlow (Freshman Rep.) 

Weatherlow 

Wirzburger 



On January 8th and 9th, the Senior class of DHS 
presented The Male Animal, by James Thurber, 
directed by Mr. Richard Miller, and Luann Purin. 
The play concerned a football star (Paul Gazin), 
an old boyfriend of Ellen's (Luann Purin), who 
returns to town to see the big football game. 
Ellen's husband Tommy (Rick Rawson), is a pro- 
fessor at the college. Action and humor occur- 
ed when the professor got involved with the Board 
of Trustees over the reading of a certain letter 
in class. His home life became disrupted with 
the appearance of his wife's beau. To cure the 
existing circumstances, it took a large dose of 
good acting on the part of the supporting cast: 
Steve Zollin, Christine Grundy, Leanne Mitsock, 
Ken Drinan, Julie Manner, Patti Grealy, Bill 
Sawyer, and Bob Haskell. 





The 1970 Tournament of Plays, held 
October 23 and 24, was marked by much enthu- 
siasm among the three lower classes. The re- 
sponse of the participants and the audience was 
bigger and better than ever before. 

The Freshman class entry was Four Little Words, 
a comedy about a Broadway producer who was 
searching for a plain, nondescript girl to play a 
one line part in his new picture. Instead he was 
besieged by several young starlets trying to outdo 
each other in original interpretations of the part. 
Susan Mathewson was recognized as outstanding 
actress. Mr. Woodbury did an excellent job as 
director. 

The Sophomores won the tournament with 
Where Have All the Scholars Gone, Gone to 
Punch Cards Everywhere, unique because the cast 
wrote this play themselves. They were aided by 
Mrs. Upham, who also directed it. A comedy 
with a message, the plot dealt with the problems 
facing four young people when they tried to get 
a job with a big business firm, and were turned 
over to a computer which would choose the best 
applicant. Outstanding Actor Awards were 
given to John Aldrich and Steve^_Sbraccia . 

The Great Choice, directed by Mrs. Wilson, 
was presented by the Junior class. Although it 
did not win the tournament, this play was with- 
out a doubt one of the best dramas that DHS has 
ever seen. Based on the moral question of 
political dissent, the story left a lingering im- 
pact on everyone in the audience. John Pierce 
starred, and earned an Outstanding Actor Award, 
but the entire cast gave excellent performances 
which made the piece a success. 

This year's Tournament of Plays proved that 
dramatics is becoming an increasingly popular 
interest at DHS. We should all expect to see many 
more fine productions in the future. 



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Sitting L. to R.: J. Rayner, B. King, Advisor—Miss Frame, Editor-in-Chief, J. LeGore, 
K. Gibbs, J. Goddard, D. Mosher, D. Malaguti, D. Marshall. Second Row: P. Crocker, 
R. Marshall, L. Mitsock, C. Grundy, D. Eaton, P. Gazin, S. Mugford, S. Brehm, 
K. Gibbs. (Missing from picture: C. Stifler) 



As I write this, we are nearing our second deadline. This 
year everyone has worked very hard to achieve our goals for 
the yearbook. We all have had great fun putting together this 
Partridge. We hope the whole senior class will be just as proud 
of the yearbook as the Partridge Staff is. 

This yearbook could not have been completed without the 
full cooperation of all editors and staff members. John Goddard 
and his staff did a tremendous job on lay-out; John Rayner and 
his crew ran around getting advertisements and subscriptions; 
Kathy Gibbs and her group did a fine job with photography; 
Barry King and his writers spent hours getting material. All 
other members of the staff I would like to thank - they did a 
fine job. We all owe the deepest thanks to Miss Frame, our 
adviser. She has given a lot of her time to us and we are very 
grateful . 



Sincerely, 



Usually Seen : Famous for ; 



Marlene Amado 
Pat Ambrosino 
Clara Bishop 
Kathie Bobseine 
Sue Brehm 
Joyce Byrne 
Debbie Cobb 
Frances Connel I 
Cilia Crocker 
Pam DuBois 
Daryl Eaton 
Dona Enniss 
Rita Fernandes 
Janet French 
Teresa Gaultier 
Karen Gibbs 
Kathie Gibbs 
Marilyn Gilman 
Janet Gowan 
Patti Grealy 
Christine Grundy 
Linda Hallowell 
Judy Handy 
Diane Hicks 
Cadgie Houghton 
Sue Jessop 
Judy Johnson 
Sylvia Kelso 
Cathe LaGreca 
Brenda Lane 
Drew Lench 
Jeanne LeGore 
Stephanie Leonard 
Gisele Levesque 

Donna Malaguti 
Jul ie Manner 
Donna Marshal I 
Linda Mathewson 
Cheryl McArthur 
Beth McNeil 
Doris Mil Is 
Leanne Mitsock 
Jul ienne Morneai 
Darlene Mosher 
Sue Mugford 
Elaine Murphy 
Cindy Murphy 
Mary Oricchio 
Donna Pa I umbo 
Marie Pare 
Barbara Paulson 
Luann Purin 

Darice Robecki 
Pam Shirley 
Gayle Southard 
Caryl Stifler 
Pat Tesman 
Laurel Wass 



At Anton's 
Out of Duxbury 
Driving 
Blushi ng 
At the 5 £ 10- 
ln Kingston center 
In Marshfield 
In the girl 's room 



Laughing 
1 hat bus ride 
With Bill 
Hassels 

Her temper 

Her knowledge in Math 
Smoking 



Riding around with Leanne Her cooking 
In Weymoutn Her left hand 

Wearing overalls Nonsense letters 
Turning red China face 

At the Coke machine Singing 



With Pat 
In midis 

Drinking coffee 
In class functions 
In the library 

In Dorchester 

At Margie's 

With a balloon 
With Judy Handy 
With Linda Hallowell P-J- raids 



Short skirts 
Swimming 

Typing 

Saddleshoes 
Her clarinet 
Driving 
Lollipops 

Moodiness^ 

Laughing till she cries 



With her family 
Playing a guitar 
With Jimmy 
Riding horses 
Studying 

At B.S.L. 
In the Ford 
With Joel 
With Bob 
Playing dots 



Her smile 
Her Wig 
Funny stories 

Her diamond 
Smartness 
Dancing 
Silence 

Midnight Alley 
Prohibition 
Writing notes 



On Washington Street Her accent 
With the girls Her laugh 

In the Egg-Mobile 
Fighting with Ronnie 



With Sue 
On T. V. 

At the corner 
Driving around 

At home babysitting 
Playing the guitar 

Eating 

At Hockey games 
Reading 
Fixing cars 
In the office 
In John's car 
At the Coffee Shop 
In New Jersey 

In the band room 
With Tom 

7th period in the SAR 
In the band 



Knowing 

Black list 

quietness 

Alfie - 
Her clothes 

Glasses 
Cracking up 

Mrs. King's spaghetti 
"Mugs" 
Her walk 
Innocence 

Her love of Duxbury 
Ankles 

Sneaking a cigarette 

Hair color 
Screaming 

Laughing 

Saxophone playing 
Horses 

Quietness 
Skiing 



Wants To &e : 

An Airl ine Stewardess 

A Fashion Retailer 
A Microbiologist 
A Social Worker 

An Individual 
A Fashion Buyer 



Head of Mickey Mouse Fan Club 
Herself 

A Social Worker 

A Secretary 
A Nurse 
A Teacher 

A Teacher 

A Journalist 

A Medical Secretary 

An Elementary Teacher 



Jimmy's Wife 
Rick's Wife 
A Person 

An Airline Stewardess 
A Photographer 
A Registered Nurse 
An Airline Stewardess 

A Medical Technician 
An Airline Stewardess 

A Spaghetti -Make' 
A Journalist 

A Physical Education Teacher 

A Teacher 

A Singer 

A Math Teacher 
An Airline Personell 
An Interpreter 

A Teacher 
A Medical Assistant 
An Elementary Teache^r 
An Aviation Secretary 
A Latin Teacher 

A Medical Technologist 
An Airline Hostess 

A Teacher 

•An X-Ray Technician 

A Physical Education Teacher 

A Marine Biologist 

A Brain Surgeon 
A Nurse 





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Paul Balboni 


In hi<; <u)oer-*race 

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Stnrtinn hie ^ ^ 

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A Chief Executive of the Work. 


Colin Batson 


In thp A V Room 


5(C TV JC p . -i 


A Stock Broker 


Nick Burdick 


At Bennet's 


Beautiful babies 


An Accountant 


John BuHer 


In an army jacket 


Crusing for burgers 


A Writer 


Steve Canty 


At Parties 


His birthday cake 


An English Teacher 


Bob Carter 


At the Brothers Two 


Sideburns 


SiNgle. 


Pete Chandler 


Stealing lunches 


1 he gum 1 rick 


A Pi I 1 r~ l ■ * t I 

A Physcial Education leacher 


Jim Creed 


With nlrlc 

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Flirting 


An Engineer 


Shawn Dahlen 


In his truck 


1 rip le lunches 


A Businessman 


Bill Dedlow 


Smoking_ in the lot 


PWrVing 


A Zoologist 


Jay Desmarais 


At any party in town 


Bumming rides 


A Hockey Player 


Gary Doane 


Playing cards 


Sleeping 


A Conservationist 


Ken Drinan 


On stage 


Ed Kellar 


An Actor 


Hakki 


With a camera 


pictures 




Erik Endreson 


Playing the drums 


Rebounds 




Bill Fitzgerald 


Thumbing 


His walk 


A 1 1 1 ' J 1 

An Individual 


Mike Flanagan 


Peeling 


Dreaming 


Grown Up 


Paul Gazin 


At the corner 


Being a football star 


A Writer 


John Goddard 


Talking 


His art work 


aOocto«o*=*«ts 


Dave Guilderson 


Waiting at Brothers TJ Totaling cars 


A Physical Education Teacher 


Harry Gunnarson 


At Boones Farm 


His parties 


A Golf Pro 


Bob Haskell 


Skipping gym 


Donald Duck 


A Wine Taster 


Mike Hayward 


At Silver Lake 


His moustache 


A Doctor 


Herbie HowJand 


With Pitt 


His Beard 


A Nuclear Physicist 


Don Kendrew 


With Mr. B. 


His nickname 


A R<~troct Krinnor Pc\/ r~ r\ 1 <~»i~i I cr 

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Barry King 


In court 


Rear-end collisions 


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Tom King 


Firing a Falcon 


Hunting 


A Conservationist 


Joel Kopke 


At Esso 


Pumping technique 


A Broadcaster 


Bart LaGreca 


Looking up 


"Yellowbanana" 




Tim Leahy 


Playing basketball 


Personal ity 


A Secret Agent 


Scott Lillie 


Sleeping in class 


Curls 


vv r i re r 


Steve McLean 


At Woods -hole 


His hair 


An Ecologist 


Mike Lovejoy 


At Fiddler's 


Satires on Sully 




Bill Mark 


In his car 


Mixed drinks 




Ron Marshall 


In his truck 


Insults 


An Ecologist 


Mark McEvoy 


Kicking a soccer ball His virtuous behavior 


A Soccer Coach 


Bob McGann 


With "Bud" 


"Duke" 


A Bartender 


Hubert Merrick 


On the Soccer field 


His soccer cheers 


A Hi<;torv Teacher 


Jim Merry 


In Marshfield 


Wrecking cars' 


A Carpenter 


|""\ D _ _ 1 1 • 

Dana ranarel 1 1 


On crutches 


Athletic ability 


An Oceanographer 


ta reterson 


Putting up windows 


Gino Giants 


A Carpenter 


Oary r n till ps 


At Back River 


Shooting ability 


A Wildlife Conservationist 


Howie Piper 


At the Seafarer 


H^S Series 




John rittenger 


Girl-watching 


G.l.Q- 


A Physicist 


Bob Pitts 


Riding the bull 


His height 


Rick Rawson 


At 4-H 


PROFf ' Ton\ 


A Doctor of Veternary Medicine 


John Rayner 


At Curtis 


His make up |obs 


An Owner of Curtis Compact 


Steve Rowley 


In Plymouth 


The girl next door 


An Archeoloqist 


Chris Koveto 


With Lovejoy 


Ooh-ooh bird 


A Barber 


Mike Ruprecht 


At Kingston D.Q. 


Groomi ng 




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Bill Sawyer 


At the beach 


Rotten eggs 


An Airline Pilot 


Ken Tart 


Walking home 


Lead in the Senior Play 


A Sheepherder 


Scott Thrasher 


With "Spot" 


Monkey bites 


A Lawyer 


juiii yycuincij 


With Marie 


Texas stories 


An Owner ot Charter boats 


Bill Whitehouse 


Skipping class 


His trip to Virginia 


A Marine Biologist 


Dan Wirzburger 


At the A&P 


Second best 


In the Coast Guard 


Brad Wyman 


In the Dating Game 


Jeep 


A Nuclear Physicist 


Steve Zollin 


At Kendrew's 


Cheeseburgers with P.B 


. A Police Officer 




We, the graduating class of 1971, being both physically disabled and mentally unsound, and having menaced 
the lives of all those around us, do here and now bequeath the following as our last Will and Testament: 
No. 16 to Chris Randall from PAT AMBROSINO. 
PAUL BALBON1 leaves two front seats to Chip and Bob. 
Nothing goes to Doug Chambers from HOLLY ANDERSON. 

From KATHIE BOBSEINE, Standish Shore with all its action and hot times to Karla Manner and Lesley Lewis. 
A gorgeous green gymsuit to SUE BREHM'S sister Barbara. 
NICK BURDICK leaves his jokes to Mr. Cass. 

A People's Park at Hall's Corner for future corner bums from JOHN BUTLER. 
Her intelligence in Math goes to Bobby from JOYCE BYRNE. 

STEVE CANTY wills a free pass into Jack and Alice's Home for Little Wanderers to Bob Buckley. 
From BOB CARTER, a size 65 shirt for Mr. Big. 

DEBBIE COBB gives a 6'2" blonde haired, blue-eyed teddy bear to Chris Randall. 
JIM CREED leaves to Mr. Kostreva, a case, (unsolved). 

To Tammy and Joyce Burdick, next year's Soccer games from CILLA CROCKER. 

4 laps, to T compliments of SHAWN DAHLEN. 

BILL DEDLOW wills 3rd period study hall to anyone who wants it. 

A lot of good parties to the Junior class from JAY DESMARAIS. 

GARY DOANE leaves to Chip Bolster, instruction on how to shoot a sitting seagull. 

His razor and some dull blades go to KEN DRINAN's brother Kevin. 

To the freaks who have to stay, TERRY EDERA offers sympathy. 

From ERIK ENDRESEN, his basketball for Dana Brackett. 

DONA ENNISS gives the Mickey Mouse "hi" sign to Tricia McEvoy. 

BILL FITZGERALD wills a year's supply of papers to Doug Chambers. 

From MIKE FLANAGAN, to anyone who will throw it away - happiness. 

JAN FRENCH leaves jerseys to Sue McCarthy. 

From PAUL GAZIN, the corner to all those beautiful people who haven't left it. 
To period 7 Typing class, 6 ash trays for the girl's room from KAREN GIBBS. 
KATHIE GIBBS is going to leave. 

MARILYN GILMAN leaves the entire baritone section to Jeff Cotton, with reluctance. 
From JOHN GODDARD to Mark Endresen. . . 

JANET GOWAN wills Judy and Jean and Steve^fo^Mark and Wally. 

An autographed picture of Rick Smith to Debbie Herrick from DAVE GUILDERSON, so she can tape it to the 
ceiling. 

From HARRY GUNNERSON to Jimmy Tonrey, Hombre. 

PATTI GREALY leaves one volley ball game and room 312 to Donna Creed. 

CHRISTINE GRUNDY gives the whole mess to Heather McCarthy, and a bagglefull of white fudge to Jill Jones. 
LINDA HALLOWELL wills 2 half the track laps in Tennis to Jill Jones. 
To Plug, looser training rules from JUDY HANDY. 

For Mike Kennedy, some of the words of wisdom from the boys' room walls from BOB HASKELL. 
A loud voice to Mrs. Sherwood from DIANE HICKS. 

HERBIE HOWLAND leaves a solid brass test tube with "You've got it made." etched on it to a certain ex- 
Chemistry teacher. 



SUE JESSOP gives a safety pin to Chip Bolster. 

For Bobby Olson and Paul Ambrosino, JUDY JOHNSON leaves her car. 
SYLVIA KELSO wills YEK to all the DHS radical-liberals. 
To Jim Ballard, DON KENDREW's nickname. 

A package of prune cookies to Linda Goddard from BARRY KING. 
His SAR pass to Chip Bolster from TOM KING. 

To DHS and its organizations, JOEL KOPKE leaves zilch. He didn't go through 5 years of this for nothing. 
To Julie Fallon, CATHE LAGRECA's remaining voice and her cheerleading space. 
From BRENDA LANE, a hearing aid to Evelyn Ferrell. 
TIM LEAHY gives a case to the fearsome foursome. 

JEANNE LEGORE leaves, for Miss Brooks, big feet to all the best players on the Field Hockey team, (and 
faithful Pumkin Pye) . 

DREW LENCH wills an open mind and a torn gym suit to Debbie Herrick. 

STEPHANIE LEONARD bestows her quietude and undivided attention to the future classes of Mr. Chamberlain, 
GISELE LEVESQUE leaves liberty. 

LUCY LEYLAND leaves 10 months, 37 weeks, 180 days, and 1080 hours more of DHS to Lisa Leyland. 

For Mark Battista, a pair of new ankles from SCOTT LILLIE. 

A rubber stamp that prints "2 detentions" to Ralph from MIKE LOVEJOY. 

Chip Bolster to Tricia McEvoy from DONNA MALAGUTI. 

JULIE MANNER'S driving ability to Wendy Ariagno. 

DONNA MARSHALL leaves school spirit to DHS. 

From RONNIE MARSHALL, goal tending skills to Paul Morgan and speed to Bob Jones. 

To LINDA MATHEWSON's sister Susan, DHS for the next 3 years. 

CHERYL MCARTHUR leaves her locker combination to Lee. 

MARK MCEVOY wills his soccer socks to Jim Tonrey. 

BOB MCGANN gives the name Big Bobby to Bob Jones 

A key of gold to John Indelicado from STEVE MCLEAN. 

To Nancy Kendrew and Barbara Roberts, Eddie, from BETH MCNEIL 

LEANNE MITSOCK leaves rides to all the Soccer games for Joyce Burdick and Julie Fallon. 
To Tricia McEvoy, # 7 (Phil Esposito in the "BRUINS") from JULIENNE MORNEAU. 

For Mr. Hayes, speed, enthusiasm, and 1st 10 places in all their meets, from DARLENE MOSHER. 
All of BART LAGRECA's soccer talents go to Rick Marshall. 

SUE MUGFORD wills to Mark Endreson, a bag of candy for infinite Driver Ed. classes. 
A quick get-away to anyone who can catch it, compliments of MARY ORICCHIO. 
MARIE PARE leaves peace. 

To the janitors, 4 ash trays for the girl's room from BARBARA PAULSON. 

To ED PETERSON's sister Carol, his motor scooter that she almost ruined. 

A book on "How to shoot sitting ducks." goes to Joe Hunter from GARY PHILLIPS. 

DONNA PALUMBO wills 2 years of Physics to her brother Richard. 

RICK RAWSON leaves North Point Farm to Mr. Dunn. 

To Gary Thompson, another 2 years of gym classes from STEVE ROWLEY. 

Lots of luck to Mr. Chamberlain and any future couples who have him two years in a row from JOHN RAYNER- 
CHRIS ROVETO gives a solid gold telephone and a solid silver microphone to Ralph. 
To Dave Laurier, a faster pair of skis from BILL SAWYER. 

PAM SHIRLEY leaves those quiet relaxing conferences in Mr. Johnson's office to any future helpless musician. 
A "68" purple passion Road Runner to Tom Tierney from GAYLE SOUTHARD. 

DIANE TAYLOR gives more brains to John Whitley. 
SCOTT THRASHER's derbies to Bob Jones. 

PAT TESMAN wills a can of beer to Boo McDonald, Lesley Lewis, Jill Jones, Sarah Morgan, and Linda Anacone. 

All her future music to Meredith Galassi from LAUREL WASS. 

14 lbs. of pop tops and a seagull to Bob Buckley from BILL WHITEHOUSE. 

To Jim Merry, a six pack of beer, 1/2 bottle of rum, and a soggy honey-dipped donut left in cocoa overnight 
from DANIEL WIRZBURGER. 

STEVE ZOLLIN wills 5 cases of Bud to the football team. 
GEORGE PETCOFF leaves DHS... 

MARLENE AMADO leaves full control of Anton's to Doug Chambers. 



To rejoice at the rise of the sun. 
To seek light where there is dark. 
To seek peace where there is strife. 

To embrace dear values. 
To value dear embraces. 
To seize the present. 
To chart the future. 
To find summer in winter, sun in rain. 
To accept your place in today. 
To assert your place in tomorrow. 

To love to live. 
To live to love. 
To laugh. 

To cry. 
To be. 
To become. 

— From Cazenovia College poster. 

Reprinted by express written permission of Cazenovia College 
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