Duxbury Free Library
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Duxbury Free Library
There are places I remember all my life,
though some have changed,
some forever, not for the better,
some have gone and some remain.
All these places had their moments,
with lovers and friends I still recall;
some are dead and some are living —
in my life I've loved them all.
We, the class of 1977 take great pride and pleasure in dedicating our
yearbook to a man who has demonstrated the qualities of leadership,
friendship and a sense of humor which we admire and wish to
emulate, a person whose desire and ability to understand students has
touched all. In expression of our warmest thanks and appreciation, we
dedicate our yearbook to Mr. John Pierce.
Class Clown - John Powers and Susie Rogerson Most Likely to Succeed - Ned Emerson and Rosemary Oates
Class Couple - Ken Peterson and Helen Goodyear
Most Artistic — David Grealy and Vicki Bailey
Class Flirts - Tim Costello and Sue Johnson
Best Actor/ Actress - Tony Kelso and Laurie Richard
Cutest - Jim Button and Judi Wooster
ROBERT JAMES ANDREW
Mary April 15 Scorpio . . . cassinova Brown Temica . . .
Candy Jimmy . . . Donna DeLuze . . . Gongy . . . Loretta
. . . Yvette . . . Trina . . . "PARTY AT LOU'S" . . . J.A.
. . . F.A . . . DARLENE . . . "VIDLES" . . . Mary is a
smoker! . . . LEO & SCORPIO are forever "ANTONIO"
. . . J.B LARRY . . . NANCY . . . MARCELLE!
PETER WILLIAMS AYERS
The egg & I . . . J.G.B. ... the liberty bowl! . . . head . . .
Key Club at Cove St. ... 100% cotton ... keg parties
. . . to the liquid life!
The thing that goes farthest towards making life
worthwhile, that costs the least, and does the most, is
just a pleasant smile . . . PLAN 2 . . . L.T.D. . . . OLIN
MARK IV . . . Pung-o . . . P.M.T. . . . SAILBOATS . . .
m-m-m Tweety-P.S. legs . . . Bins Deb Sue so long . . .
BONNY MARIE BATTISA
Quiet at first, but look again . . . T.C. . . . 1-17-75 . . .
Conn. 76 . . . you know . . . J.R.P. . . . sophomore year
. . . I don't believe it . . . summer breeze . . . summer
Sponsored by Mr. Francis & Mrs. Agnes Costello
The right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.
Kill or get killed . . . Jim's 57 . . . Got your money Dave.
It takes both the rain and the sunshine to make a
beautiful rainbow . . . Get off your trip . . . California
Dreamin . . . Scheming . . . JCYC . . . chalk board . . .
incognito . . . close friends . . . I'm goin' fishin . . . This
gives us the separation blues!
I'll miss ya this moment, this day. this forever . . .
5/25/74 . . . Chicago — my kind of town . . . katch up
and potato chips . . . hot root and rootbeer . . . black
death . . . PMC . . . scmskwan . . . The M s . . . feisty . . .
lunch at Wendy's incognito . . . farewell.
WILLIAM CAMERON BLACKMORE
Step into our dream, have you unravelled our scheme?
Our perplexity leads us to believe you know what we
mean . . . Your coat-tail is migrating it would seem.
Take off the blind fold and see what lies beyond
concrete . . .
One touch of nature makes the whole world kind . . .
Red Sox "75" ... Hi Martha . . . Boston Common . . .
Duxbury Soccer — B.U. "74" etc . . . Indiana, Arizona
. . . #4 Orr . . . Princess . . . LBPBRBTWMTMBCDM . . .
Smile and remember
The more you sweat in peace, the less you bleed in
war . . . Bradfish ... a scout that doesn't start . . .
AYC'75 . . . Mr. J . . . Semsba . . . District . . . All-State
. . . Abnermal . . . J.C. . . . Festival at Hancock Hall . . .
wounded knee . . . Bubbles
Saturday night eating contest at the York Steak House
. . . A.B. 200 feet ... 60 foot shot-put . . . The Bait
Mobile . . . "Osprey" . . . MR. B. hows about driving
down to Tenn. with me? ... It doesn't matter whether
you win or not; all that counts is that you participate.
3 days of the Condor ... PA Summers . . . FB'75 . . .
Who's my friend Enfa? . . . 12-2-75 . . . Don't walk in
front — I may not follow, don't walk behind — I may
not lead; Walk beside me and just be my friend
Sponsored by the Blackmore Family
JAMES DAVID BROWN
Philadelphia Flyers #1 ... to enjoy life is to go to a
KISS concert . . . only a pratice man lets shout out
loud that we're gonna rock and roll all night and party
everyday while this place gets hotter than hell . . .
PSGSAFPC. PAUL BURKE
JAMES H. BUTTON
The mental agony through which an athlete must pass
before he can do his best is small in comparison to
glory achieved in conquering . . . Cross country 3,4 .. .
Run, run, run . . . Wrestling 3,4 ... Mat Drill . . . I'm
starved. Track 2, 3, 4 . . .
Janet . . . Spark . . . Family . . . Winthrop . . . Tassy's . . .
WHS . . . DHS . . . Gail . . . love . . . Why . . . TB . . .
Good . . . luck ... in ... our . . . future . . . VW . . .
Herbie . . . Joanne . . . Dianne . . . Bev . . . Hobbs . . . We
. . . are . . . finally . . . out! . . .
For a opplyse dere om dette sa er alt bare . . . Tullball.
Shelby 350 nice car . . . Big bikes OH . . . Sherrie Sally
Sean . . . Walking Corky . . . Come On Rocking All
Night Long Snakes yuck . . . Tests . . . But a party
anyway . . . Loves Duxbury . . .
Sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Paul F. Costello
ELIZABETH ANN CASE
With every rising of the sun think of your life as just
begun . . . Plan 2 . . . Otterface Case . . . The Gang . . .
R.A.C. . . . James and Artimus . . . off to Siberia . . . S.K.
. . . Boozen's ... I spy . . . Beatles . . . Tuna Fishing at
4a.m. . . . Tee . . . Let it be . . .
The whole of life . . . without any exception
an act of worship if man makes it so . . .
THOMAS DANIEL CHAMP
Do you feel like we do . . . Bon
. . . Twilight Zone . . . Niantic . .
town . . . Got to get away . . .
night in Boston . . . Stuck up . .
anymore . . .
. . Jan. 17, 75 . . . Cape
This summer . . . Hick
ga head . . . stop bad
. I don't want to write
RICHARD GOODRICH CLARK
eeeeeoughgeeee wiz! . . . Kathy 7/4/74 . . . Many boys!
. . . Cancel that idea . . . Fred . . . BUCKS! ... Oh Just
Just Fabbie! . . . East Ogachokie ... is it hipo? . . . What
a loooooser . . . Route 3? . . . Rocks Ronnie? ... No not
the driveshaft ... 260 ... yes YES! . . .
5/19/76 ... Do it in a wagon . . . MPCAMPCAB ... Go
nuts . . . FASC it's only a puddle jumper weasels . . .
rip my flesh waaa . . . "BOJEEBERS" . . . Molson
Golden . . . I'm improving my mind . . . Hush Thrush
Guaranteed against backfires one day . . .
TIMOTHY PAUL COSTELLO
"Hold fast to dreams for if dreams die, life is a broken
winged bird that cannot fly" . . . Hockey . . . #1 . . . I'm
just a dumb goalie . . . 5-2 . . . Timba . . . ORANGE . . .
Yo Rinnie . . . Donuts? . . . T.N'T . . . Such a gentleman
. . . Popcorn Swiss Cheese! . . .
ANNE MARIE COSTELLO
If you do not understand my silence, you will not
understand my words . . .
The seasons keep turning round . . . for the reasons
have yet to be found . . . And the world keeps turning
on ... And when something's gone, you know
something's coming . . . Linda Lewis . . . Hey Mouse! . .
Plymouth Beach to IB s corner and back . . .
Sponsored by the Doane Family
EVI ANNE CUNEO
PLP 8-7-76 . . . Summer of 76 . . . Honey what's wrong
. . . nothing . . . Roses of red and white ... A special
rock . . . Walking the beach . . . memories . . . smile . . .
prize possessions family and friends . . . Love is a
precious treasure . . . Someone special, Paul . . .
"So much of life we all pass by . . . Backpacking . . .
Photography . . . C.H. '76 . . . Grand Tetons! ... It must
be the full moon! . . .
CHERYL ANNE DAVENPORT
I always dreamed of getting out of school; now I must
admit I am scared to death ... If there were dreams to
sell, what would you buy? ... To live is the rarest
thing in the world; most people exist . . . Good luck
Debbie . . . JP is fun . . .
DONNA ELAINE DOANE
"Good friends are forever" . . . WW . . . HOJOS . . .
"Katies" . . . Misfit . . . B.B.J, and A. . . . Porka . . . "Sign
that girl up" . . . States ... 52 times a year . . . GNO's
. . . The "Pink" Bomb . . . C.C.R. ... The C's ...
"Goofy" . . . Ringy . . . Kill 'em . . .
TIMOTHY PATRICK DOHERTY
"Among those whom I like, I can find no common
denominator; but among those whom I love, I can —
all of them make me laugh." . . . Hey Timbo . . .
Donutd? . . . It's yours Costy . . . Duff . . . CYO . . .
TNT ... no problems . . . Master the moguls . . .
Middle Man . . .
DOUGLAS E. DONDERO
The first days are the hardest days; don't you worry
any more cause when life looks easy street, there is
danger at your door . . . S.S. . . . hey Mosher, it's got
speed#3 . . . Chart House Laughs? . . . Dead . . .
Shaffers . . . Chinky your 18! . . . Hendrix . . .
believe that you percieve the web they weave ... I
know I'm mad; I've always been mad . . . ALASKAN
DREAM ... It was raining in the sunshine state . . .
"True happiness consists not in the multitude of
friends but in the work and the choice" . . . Mark . . .
9/27/74 ... Ho Jo's . . . catchin' the rays . . . Mission
Impossible . . . Toot ... the three muskateers . . .
m'head Halloween '75 . . .
Sponsored by Mr. Chester & Mrs. Edna Lucas
JANET MARIE DRISCOLL
"Just remember when you think all is lost, the future
remains" . . . GNO's ... 52 times a year . . . The 3m's
. . . Summer of '76-8/7/76 . . . Hockey '76 . . . N.U. "It's
another tequila sunrise" . . . New London . . . Crunched
. . . Marks . . . "Keep Smilin" . . .
Beloved ones continue loving one another because love
is from God! . . . Canoga Park! . . . Mickey Mouse, how
are you! . . . You will come to visit . . . Sheree. mobil
gas not bad! . . . 20951 . . . Roscoe Blvd., Canoga Park,
Calif . . . 4/9/77
EDWIN LOGAN EMERSON
Kill Colts! . . . Monday Night . . . Golf is glorified
Fishing . . . CRASH . . . Directors . . . Sea Island . . .
Nov. 14 Pats . . . Whist . . . Tennis IS Basic . . . spinal
aifida ya! . . . What is it? ... Tim and mothy . . . hoop
. . . B.U. . . . Chip . . . veni vidi vinci . . .
ROBERT McKINNEY ENNISS
Better belly burst than good liquor be lost . . . Blue,
The Egg and I . . . Three days of the Condor . . . Stowe,
Zayre's House this weekend . . . Moose your light . . .
MANUEL DAVID FERNANDES
Earth, wind and fire the three elements of the universe
the last days and times . . . New Mexico 77 . . . Tweet
. . . T . . . Law . . . Bits . . . Cronets . . . Froberry . . . The
orange earb . . . Fine in every way my Michelle . . .
Trina and Yvette Tarn Looking Yvette Soon . . .
MARY BETH FELT
Nice goings on have gone . . . The past is always
pleasing . . . Forgive me if I forget the people and the
reasons . . . Linda Lewis . . . Raspberry slush puppies
DANIEL VINCENT FITCH
Tasmanian devil on the prowl, diet consisting of
female smoothies and full moons, "use extreme
Caution", Fat City Fever Forever . . . Lori dynomite
comes in small packages . . . Still crazy after all these
beers . . . "Thanks for having me" . . .
Sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Lagerstadt
MARGARET MARY GALVIN
"Breathing is to my body as music is to my soul" . . .
Billy '76 ... Thespis lives! . . . Uncle Roger . . .
Hallelujah Everyman . . . Semsba . . . Tears . . . 355 . . .
If . . . Friends and Lovers . . . Party! . . . For ever more
. . . "Love is the greatest Gift of all." . . .
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN GOODRICH
A.K.T M.P.C.A.M.P.C.A.B. . . . 11/18/75 . . . 9/17 =
18/76 . . . you have problems too. huh? . . . Camp Wing
'75 + 76 . . . THE BIG BUST ... Be yourself.people! . . .
WILLIAM MONTAGUE GEER
Luns ... 3 days . . . Bucky's Boat . . . The Cabin . . .
A.D. . . . Back River . . . North Hill Stables . . . Gumby
you lie . . . For Grins KIA 76 . . . Too bad its over . . .
Frampton Concert . . . 50.175 . . . 125 . . . Much
Blindness . . . Later . . .
HELEN PATRICIA GOODYEAR
Kenny July 3, 1974 ... 78 Forever ... My family . . .
Arstra . . . Tricia . . . Duxbury Pizza . . . "if people can
show their love and give it . . . you can give it back"
. . . Saturdays . . . Bowling . . . Pond ... "I love you,
Hun" . . . Faith trust "Love is beautiful" . . .
Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty ... It is criminal
to teach a man not to defend himself when he is the
constant victim of brutal attacks . . . The right to keep
and bear arms shall not be infringed.
DAVID PHILIP GREELY
"To live life in your mind's eye is to love life in your
body's soul" ... Soccers' #1 ... You mouse! ...
Goffles . . . Don't mess-up my car! . . . Funn . . . Neat
and Silent ... #2 ... Red . . . Fullbacks (C.N.F.) . . .
States . . . 52.7 . . . Gas money . . . work.
Sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Philip Greely
THOMAS A. GREENE
KEITH WALLACE GREER
When it seems that there are no limits to my troubles
and frustrations, it helps to know that there are no
limits to God's love and help . . . S.E.M.S.B.A. and
District . . . Mr. J. . . . J.C. Superstar . . . Yo les amo a
Dios y mis amigos.
All the money in the world can't buy happiness . . .
Kim . . . The Mowery's . . . Hojo's . . . after meetings . . .
Thank-you Killian's and Powers . . . Griffles . . . Good
luck little sister and brother . . . 9/1/74 . . . Hell to all
Ye . . . Duxbury Snobs ... J. Fish.
CAROL A. GRUNDY
John . . . Concerts . . . Summer of '76 ... Whaaah! . . .
Marsh, Where do ya think you're going huh? . . .
Mouse! . . . Ca Cabrall . . . "I'm straight!" . . . Ruth, you
gonna? . . . Plymouth . . . Keek . . . Carlos . . . Dwang!
. . . All by myself . . . Eric.
WENDY LOUISE HALL ELIZABETH BARKER HAMMOND
If you smile at me, I will understand because a smile is
the same in every language . . . Beano Purr! . . . Plan 2
. . . The Gang . . . Tires! . . . Even '74 Va. Joy Boys . . .
Hammond Wilson Woods! . . . 1.3 . . . RAC . . . Tempa
. . . Mad River Glen Pin-ups . . . Hockey! . . . Hockey!
Pumpkins . . . We're #1 . . .
DAVID SNOW HALLOWELL
As a circle of light increases, so also does the
circumference of darkness around it . . . Valve overlap
. . . I'm fine . . . #7 . . . Pex . . . PJW . . . You can go . . .
Fatman . . . Tibsy where were you . . . Rene Julian . . .
Lam . . . Afay in de Ewigkeit . . . Bbitac Hal . . .
"All that we see or seem is but a dream within a
dream." Poe. . . . Here we are again, the start of the
end, but there's more . . . activate the energizers . . .
pung-o . . . Marblehead . . . and this bird you cannot
change . . . elegie . . .
Sponsored By Mr. & Mrs. Jack Heneghan
PATRICK DAVID HARPER
Harpoid + Patman
What did I do now. Col.? ... Big Bust . . . "B" Never
. . Heil Hitler . . . Time . . . War Abbie Hoffman . . .
Straight leg . . . W.F. Buckley . . . Mr. L. . . . Mr. K . . .
MPCABJ ... I'm nuts . . . MPCA . . . Time Quiet TJH
SHEREE LEE HEAP
I'm goin fishin' . . . Bergs . . . Seperation Blues . . . DBO
. . . Incognito . . . Soupy . . . Ruff . . . Tweet . . . C-
Person ... M + M ... A-Choo. Mj . . . Ain't nobody's
business . . . PJW . . . gas cap . . . Lez . . . PMC . . . RaRa
. . . Mobil . . . Deb . . . serialistically . . . Shelleap . . .
TERRANCE MICHAEL HENEGHAN
The Flame. «14.«9, I'm Fine, Sebago Summers. Dana
how's your dog?. H20 ski, Canadiens #1, A.H. "75",
Bill Hemmanam, Rec Hall Door?, Briggs' back yard.
Bad Hook, Good Luck Valentine Green Hair,
AOCABIWTFIPP, Earls Campers Haven, FEITCTAJ
. . . Freebird! . . .
DEBBIE ANN HENRY
"Some people look at things the way they are and ask
why, I dream things that never were and ask why not''
. . . Peter 6/26/76 . . .
Dance Forever . . . Choir . . . Theatre . . . Nature first
green is gold her hardest hue to hold her early leafs a
flower but only so an hour leaf subsides to leaf so
Eadn sinks in grief dawn goes down every day nothing
gold can stay . . .
RODNEY ALTON HOEL
I've grown to a point where my insides are bursting to
engulf every moment of life around me . . . This makes
my life happy day by day . . . The Old Winsor House
. . . "Summer of 75 getting to know living" . . . DHS is
86 of the Hoels and the Fags . . .
Sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Richard O. Hill
"When we die, let's not discover that we never lived"
. . . Tweet . . . incognito . . . Artie and Jim . . . Onion dip
. . . PMC . . . 7/5/75 . . . Bany Huey . . . Ruff . . .
Shelleap. Ra, SP, Bergs, M + M. PJW ... hotdog ...
pung-ofish . . . P. S. legs — Vick . . . gascap ... MJ ...
synonara . . .
LIAM JOHN HURLEY
Soccer is No. 1 . . . 5/7/76 . . . No. 3 . . . Sweetsers . . .
J. P. . . . EMPO Goose . . . JASM . . . St.H . . . Curly . . .
You can get whatever you want in life by hard work
. . . Always eating . . . A.J, J . . . Doctor, I hope . . . Mare
. . . Drums . . .
FRANK S. HYER
We're all in this together . . . Novice Pilgrim . . . Behind
the eyes of fools . . . Suicide is painless . . . cruise . . .
But we're all border line cases . . . Matt Drill . . . States
. . . The End . . .
What is life? ... It is a flash of a firefly in the night It
is a breath of a buffalo in the wintertime ... It is a
little shadow that runs across the grass and loses itself
in the sunset . . . Crowfoot . . . 7/7/76 . . .
Big Blue ... 3 days of the condor . . . Brady's lost! . . .
Empha's van drives by itself . . . Keg partys . . . Liberty
bowl? . . . 100% cotton . . . Key Club at Cove St The
Fram Where is that brain cell . . . I'm sorry, osiffer . . .
I came, I saw, I drank? . . .
SUSAN E. JOHNSON
I had the blues so bad one day, it put my face in a
permanent frown, now I'm feeling so much better, I
could cake-walk into town — Taj Mahal . . . o.j. for sue
j. ... 2 ... the gang . . . barefoot . . . twin . . . cronic
lateness . . . cheering? ... its over . . . B.M.
DAN WILLIAM KATES
Gills ... #1 dumb fullback ... soccer's best ... I'm
"S.C." States 74-75-76? . . . Tom's a fish! ... 98 lb
animal Coach I am trying! . . . 2nd base . . . Barge . . .
Saturday night blues! . . . Afay in de ewigkeit ... J.
Giels Band . . . "State Champ" . . . Musta got lost . . .
"JB is nuts" . . .
Sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. James G. Kelso
JAMES ANTHONY KELSO
"If in your thought you must measure time into
seasons, let each season encircle all the seasons, and
let today embrace the past with rememberance and the
future with longing" — Gibran . . . Oh Happy Day . . .
ALISON COLLNER KITTREDGE
Summer of '76 . . . DSN . . . Cracker Box . . . Bookin' . . .
Let's go to California! . . . Happiness is where you
make it, not where you find it . . .
WALTERS P. KUSINS I
Bumbling home . . . Red eye . . . Moonlight, howl . . . oz
. . . Lost in the hills . . . Fishes, Kegs . . . Smirnoff . . .
Day of the horns . . . You splurch . . . Sinville . . . Tops
only . . . Mighty Minerva . . . Women #%?! . . . I'm set
for Hell and I ain't never comin back . . .
To be a man you must be a nonconformist . . .
GUY N. LeBLANC
'To make someone happy will make you happiest of
all" 'If you believe in things that you don't understand,
you're gonna suffer"? — Stevie Wonder ... To sing a
song is to live a life . . . Teepee . . . Shloany . . . Martin
CHRISTINE MARIE LEONARD
"What I am is God's gift to me . . . What I make of
myself is my gift to God" . . . CYO . . . We made it
from the top! . . . DP ... If something doesn't happen
soon . . . The Gang . . . The 3m's plus one . . . TEC #53
. . . hockey #2 . . . KK . . . always smile.
Sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Courtney C. Houck
STEVEN F. LEVESQUE
Cross Country 4 years . . . outa here ... '63 VW . . . 429
. . . "sarge" ... no rah rah . . . Saturday night . . . Reg
. . . fix-it . . . Abba . . . out at the beach ... no brakes
. . . workin today . . . run the x-way . . . Top ten . . .
MICHAEL GERARD LINDE
MPCAMPCAB . . . You only go around once in life so
think twice about it . . . VW . . . Camp wing 75-76 . . .
12345 annual Lindo Bashes . . . The law of euphoria . . .
ggwg . . . The Big Bust . . . Molson Gold! . . . Andie . . .
Bipedicular propulsion . . . Pizza . . . H . . .
The last four years have been confusing . . . Link . . .
With out love where would you be now ... I don't get
it . . . Drop Dead . . . The Bowmar Brain . . . spam . . .
seriously . . . grab some gusto . . . see ya later . . .
8/31/9/21/ Virgos "the bested" . . . Hey where's
Michelle. "Booties Rubber Band" . . . C.L.R. . . . "wow"
1/76 ... TS ... TB ... T.L.A. . . . M.R.S. . . . Loves
CCS. . . . "Red" . . . 4.R . . . "Mister Fine" Manny ... a
friend is someone who understands . . . We've only just
begun to live . . . YA . . .
LESLIE ANNE LORMER
The world is full of beauty when the heart is full of
love . . . Cuckoos Nest . . . I'm gonna quit — someday
. . . gascap. tick . . . PQ'76 . . . Over indulge? . . . BB . . .
flex . . . 2x3b's . . . puta . . . Suz . . . bluebomb . . . Mac's
. . . Ible . . . braces . . . Hojo's W. Va. . . .
scrod WB ... I - SPY . . . Unk - Neeth . . . Boozen's
S.L.U. Cuz . . . Fathead . . . F.H. BBSB 1-4 .. . !The Kid!
. . . G.H. E.P.B. . . . "As time passes on, the faces of
your familiar friends become unfamiliar, but their
friendship remains in your heart forever" . . . P.F.S.
HMBWOBR . . . smack you one time . . .
Sponsored by Helen & Harry Gunnarson
JOHN GREGORY MacCORMACK II
Debbie . . . Gumby . . . Frampton . . . Luns . . .
Sasquatch Donzero . . . ERR . . . Cabin . . . Piont . . .
Olley . . . Villy Meat-head . . . Howard. Ave . . . right
sticks!!! Deb bay farm . . . choice . . . hops . . . wild
horses . . . DB . . . Eagles . . . Cal . . . Alaska . . . Bound
. . . Later D.H.S
MICHAEL FRANCIS MacCORMACK
BONNIE JEAN MacDONALD
Brazil "76" . . . Buns ... No name . . . Mod Squadin . . .
Oh no the G.U.M!B?Y! . . . O Thou, who knowest all
my heart, How often I choose an earthly part; From
outward pretense set me free, and let thy power be
seen in me! . . . Proverbs: 5-6 .. .
BETH ELLEN MARCONI
The things which our friends do with and for us form
a portion of our lives, for they strengthen and advance
our personality . . . HP GNO . . . 5B lib . . . pumpkins
. . . Maine . . . B-B? . . . "nothing" . . . "TT, you're so
cute!" . . . IBCSUN . . . GG thanks!
KEITH ALLEN McAULIFFE
Bouncing Betty . . . U.S.M.C. . . . M.S.A.Y.S.H.B.N.
Chicago ... In country . . . M-60 . . . K.L.N. . . . Wow
Been had . . . Amphibious tractor . . . Sundance .
Fancy colours . . .
Mortan Park . . . Drive In . . . Pool Party at Jimmys . . .
Michel Ob . . . Playing Football at Stop & Shop . . .
Plymouth Beach. Going out with the gang . . . Pizza
Party . . . Abington . . . Hojo's . . . Smoken . . . Looks
pretty nice . . . Friends . . . Thanks Dad!!! . . .
Sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Winslow Hallowell
MARY E. McCALL
Be yourself and no one else . . . Danny 5/4/75 . . .
mission impossible . . . Cambridge . . . LRCD . . . 6-13-75
. . . schs . . . ooooeee . . . switchem ... Qs ... flaming
bones . . . DFM . . . This is so sad . . . Farewell . . .
DONALD R. MERRILL
Former announcer, future reporter . . . "Will the
following students please report to the office-? . . .
Stereo . . . Freak . . . BTO, Aerosmith, Kiss, Springstein
. . . "How're ya doin'? . . . "Sorry, I just ran out" . . .
Radio Shack . . .
MARCIA SUE MILLER
"We must try to give the very best of ourselves each
and every day of our lives." . . . Brooks . . . Aerosmith
. . . Dream On . . . Blue Oyster Cult . . . O.K. Bonny . . .
The beach . . . Knights In White Satin . . . May '77 . . .
DHS Choir . . . Elton John . . . Prom dress . . .
PAULA BERNARD MORONEY
7-26-76 We can't return; we can only look behind from
where we came . . .
WILLIAM T. MOSHER JR.
Man is free at the moment he wishes to be . . . Powers
busted D.D. . . . Cotton 100% Blindness . . . "Retreat-
Ayers They Tuna fished!" ... I Likes It!!!!S.E.J. ... I'm
going home . . . That Gang?????R. Buzzy . . . Skin I
drove you . . . Wake up Bill . . .
ANDREW ROBERT MOSS
What's happening . . . Gold rush of 1975-76 . . .
squeek'en . . . Big Blue . . . I'm just so wasted . . . The
farm, the gardens, the yard you gots to go with them
. . . I'm a man of many talents but a master of only a
few . . . cotton . . . town forest . . .
SCOTT EDWARD NAVIN
"Charity is forgiving others — Wisdom is learning to
forgive yourself." — unknown . . .
"M.E. Norton Esq."
YOU ain't seen nothin' yet - Al Jolson . . . Ribbet Pond
. . . ELMO . . . I.L.T.S.P. . . . Elkies . . . E.M.W.C. . . .
tires? . . . and Tiger . . .
WILLIAM AUTHUR NOURSE
"Tempus Fugit", qulahomg . . . semsbo . . . district . . .
all-state chior . . . choral . . . D-F-L . . . 7/7/77 . . .
marston-mills . . . "He that ruleth over man, must be
just" . . .
Sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. George A. Howard
ROSEMARY ANN OATES
"So little time; so much to know." . . . "And I hope that
my dreams will come true" . . . M and M's . . . Ship
yard Lane . . . braces ... on another diet . . . banana
splits . . . track '76 . . . I.H.T.L.F.H. . . . it's been good . . .
Y.J.N.H. . . . cheer's Timbo . . . moving fire hydrants
K.P.A.I.P . . . Mustang Fever . . . Corkys Boat . . .
Phillips Barn . . . The point . . . P.F.C. . . . em . . . Alaska
"77" Rusty . . . Brians Gold . . . Mustang #1 and "302"
KATHY DIANE OLSEN
K.D.O. . . . M.F.B. 1/1/76 . . . Alright Vic we're out of
here happiness. Is being with Mark (of course) . . .
Favorite saying, Lets do something! . . . Dislike, Getting
up in the morning! . . . Prize, Family and Friends (1977)
LYNNE MARIE O'MALLEY
But tomorrow may rain so I'll follow the sun . . . Binzo
2 Plan 2 . . . The Gang . . . All-nite . . . I-spy . . . For sale
. . . 51476 . . . "Just what you want to be you will be in
the end" . . . Long distance calls . . . Vienna . . .
Cheering . . . Gordons . . . Bungu-Bin
JAMES LENARD ORICCHIO
A Friend is someone you can trust under all
circumstances ...S...I...P...C...B... E.C
Time keeps on slipping
Plan 2 . . . June's treat
Bubs . . . Moondance . .
Boozen . . . Flupf . . .
MARILYN ALICE O'NEIL
. . Into the future . . . Binzo 1
. . Bear . . . VaOregon DC . . .
BunguBungePungo . . . KIO . . .
O'Neilmobile . . . Grounded
Again? . . . RAC . . . The Gang, spy!
JORGE CARLOS PATRON WONG
My mother takes vitamins . . . My father is a golfer, A
loving family, marvelous friends, An unforgettable
year and full of experiences . . . Thank you Duxbury
never I will forget you . . . Padrisimo, mucho
machaque cabash . . . Yc. Mexico
Sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. John P. Leonard
JEFFREY B. PALMER
NH Parties . . . Kgt ice machine . . . Sounds HIPO must
be the camper wearing out the tires . . . DQ Clarks
garage . . . Ford F-100 . . . Tell Archie and Maude . . .
What a FABBIE job . . . Hit the passion pits . . . BUCKS
. . . FRED . . . 10/2/76 . . . Baby hughie
EVELYN M. PEXFOLD
BHS . . . Jane Joe . . . susy Soc . . . Parking Lot . . . The
old mill . . . Canyons . . . Fan Club . . . State Street one
nite boogie stands . . . The Stables . . . Hearts . . . I've
been bodelled . . . Barfly . . . Good deal . . . Utah one-
way 6/17/76 Mass . . . DHS 77
KENNETH JAMES PETERSON
Helen July 3 1974 . . . 75,76.77.76,78 . . . Forever, I don't
believe it . . . The Pond ... 1 long year 2 fast year . . .
I'm out of here . . . Best of luck to all . . . DFD . . . Pss I
I hope if you think of me you'll remember only
harmony . . . 11/1/75 . . . Maine Miracles . . . "T" . . .
J.Y.C. Concert . . . Sombreros . . . lunch hour . . . what's
up? . . . Accident prone! . . . Berg . . . Shleap . . .
Moondance . . . Miller Hai Jai . . . P.J.W. . . . Ding Dong
JOHN D. POWERS
100% Cotton DWI Keebler - Whats the problem . . .
Osifer . . . Fireworks — Tee . . . J.G.B. . . . Duxbury
Beach ... J. Rides . . . Mosher No More . . . Angeblows
. . . Life is a Daring Adventure or Nothing . . .
JONATHAN D. POLLOCK
He packed his troubles in a chest, sat on it and
laughed. Frandie and the boys . . . Midget . . . Pilot & 16
oz. curls . . . Plantation Festivals ... #17 . . . States at
B.U. . . . 7/4/76 . . . Turtles . . . BYOB . . . Why me? . . .
"Suicide is simple" . . . Debo ir a veria . . . It's over!
R. MICHAEL PRATT
Putskey ... 3 period Party "9107i" Timbo Howard
Gold . . . many smootheys with Dan & May Bell . . .
EricHouse "75-76" Lost in the Woods ... $70 - Ripoff
. . . KillAbone Head ... 7 period sweat Hogs "11" . . .
Bonecity DHSTHC . . . This is my last summer
vacation forever! ThankGod it's over!
Sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Donald G. Hammond
WILLIAM MICHAEL PRENDERGAST
Hitty Tom Rd . . . Fri. Nights, Bay Farm Field Sat . . .
FireBird Sears . . . The Back of a Blue Ford! . . .
Heffenhumer? . . . Desi Get Get in, Desi? . . . Martin . . .
But, I love YOU! ... 100 mph. on a sled . . . sled . . .
POOH . . . 9/30/76 . . . And with a tear I Bid Goodby
Those who give sunshine to others cannot keep it from
themselves . . . live TEC . . . 53 . . . I'll get by with a
little help from my friends . . . GNO's 52 times a year
. . . 3m's . . . CYO ... I'm sorry CYO ... I'm sorry . . .
something better happen soon . . . always smile! Smile!
ROBIN L. PULSIFER
Chuck 5/9/76 . . . Jesus Rock . . . EStes Park CoLo.
Continentals . . . BunBuns . . . Supperstar . . . Talbots
. . . DtM.K Cook . . . Choir . . . UncleRog . . . Gumby's
. . . B.C. R.I. . . . Beans . . . Music Makes My Day . . .
Roof . . . The Hound of Heaven . . . My Guitar . . .
School's out forever . . . Summer of "1974" . . . Kim and
Gsry, I'll never forget you, . . . "Love Ya" . . . Calif.
Here I come! . . . Debbie, Meg, Cindy, Laura, Sheree,
Kris, Good Luck! . . . Shawn . . . past . . . present . . .
future Life is Fragile Handle With Care!! . . . J.M.T.B.
. . . 1976
THERESA ANN QUINN
"Today well lived makes every yesterday a dream of
happiness, and every tommorow a vision of hope . . . 5-
17-74 . . . Hojo's . . . 223 . . . Mac's . . . CT38 . . . 11-7-75
. . . 7am, only 3 more hours ... BB ... Tado . . . Dare
. . . gascap . . . W. Va. . . . soapies . . .
Do with your life what you want because if you don't
you'll never enjoy it . . . STEVEN 6/20/74 . . . camping!
. . . The two Novas ... Ma Pa and Mot "TURKEY" . . .
DQ . . . Ma what is there to do! . . . Kathy and Mark . . .
CHRISTOPHER CHANDLER RAPIER
C.C. olds Rules! . . . Hey Prof. B. B.F.G.C.I.T.A.S. Lindo
Patman your parents are going away? Weekends were
made for parties! . . . SEMSBA 76 whaterver you got lit
back there . . . Passit my way . . . Do it in a wagon
Moody Blues . . . Chicago . . .
CHRISTINE E. RAWSON
Respect is what we owe; love, what we give . . . Hey
Riemer "Steamers" . . . Alex . . . "You should be
dancin'! . . . "Hey, you over here!" . . . Orange Van . . .
E and FM . . . Foxy! You're only a teenager once! . . .
Sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Albert L. Richard
LAUREN ELIZABETH RICHARD
Old friends are acting strange, shake their heads, say
I've changed. Something's lost, somethings gained by
living everyday . . . Hey Jude! . . . Bolivian SuEprize! . . .
Was it fun Lis? . . . Crazy Clarks! . . . All by myself? . . .
MOAB . . .
PATRICIA ANNE RIEMER
It's cool!!! How bout a coke . . . Mustangs . . . Hyper . . .
Hey Christine, I found a party . . . I'm glad I'm not
driving . . . The Van Man . . . These late night hours are
killing me!!! The BEACW.W J.G. It's cold out here!!!
Bee . . . Falmouth . . . L and M Concert . . . ski . . . f.y.l.
. . . party . . . RB . . . Rome wasn't built in a day . . . MC
. . . Mac's. VW . . . pamelba . . . ham hoagie . . . suz . . .
Dan Fogelberg . . . Virgina . . . PB . . . Bear . . . CT38 . . .
Jackson Browne ... all night . . . 747 . . . Leysin . . .
KEITH ALAN ROBERTS
Hey, How's the head? . . . What is it! ... Earth Wind
and Fire spirit . . . Michelle, Trina what's happening?
. . . "CC" . . . Bloods to Blood as players to ladies . . .
the last percentage count was 80 . . . Toni get up for
the down stroke Bitts . . . Football '77!!!
SUSAN ELIZABETH RODEGAST
YVETTE MARCELLE ROBERTS
"The way is love, peace and understanding" ... I wish
Trina and Michelle good luck in the year . . . HEY!
LET'S GET AWAY! . . . LET'S PARTY DOWN! . . .
Donna and Tanya only three more years . . . Rod is
what's happening . . . Mikie Poo.Poo! AQUARIUS
SUSANNAH CHASE ROGERSON
7/2/76 space . . . MACS .
chinking ... 3 blind mice
. . . CT38 . . . Beelane . . .
Carrie and Captain Hook
TADO . . . matchbooks . . .
. . Pemenelba, my sister . . .
. . . 360's . . . FDP . . . Proms
Hoho's . . . CYO . . . Aunt
. . Lasagna . . . Sandbox . . .
Bluebomb ... A smile lasts
Sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Allan M. Ruderman
ANTHONY J. ROLLO
There's no job like a snow job . . . Colts! . . . 11/11/71
. . . useless . . . skip it . . . Rufus, wise up! . . . Orioles!!
. . . NO MORE CARDS ... Go Nuts . . . Monty Python
. . . Italian . . . JOKES?? Boltimore . . . soccer . . . Crabs!!
ALLAN MICHAEL RUDERMAN
De tous mes amis et copains Yah, yah chop, chop . . .
Next chapter . . . audition . . . first chair 82.B.S.A. . . .
355 from where? . . . seven and one half minutes Go
with confidence and no one will doubt you.
TRINA MARIE SANTOS
TonyBrown Dec 24 3.5 years. . . . Love you Hun
Bermuda August 22 Friday Morning . . . Bye To the
Gang Party . . . Love is not jealous. Love is having faith
with one another and understanding My Babes sign
Libra ... To a new life . . .
MICHELLE ROSE SANTOS
Craig my heart soul and desire 6-18-75 Lovers
Halfmoon St. Honeybrown . . . I'm only kidding Joyce
. . . Nakeshia and Cliffy . . . Billy DeeWilliams Rusty
. . . Manny Joyce . . . Callin Tony again Love and
Happiness Virgo and Pisces
SUSANNE JETTA SCHAFFER
"Remember me as smiles and laughter ... " ...
Basketball . . . Peppermint Patty . . . Paris . . . Jelly
Beans . . . Thank-you Mrs. Primmer . . . What? . . .
BBJ + A The Stretch Mobile ... 8/16/75 ... Dear
Katherine GNO's ... 80 person cake, no prob for 16
Mopar . . . Party . . . Action Packed 360 .. . Shut it . . .
Halls Corner . . . Where's the action? ... YI! ...
SMoke'EM! . . . much rubba here! . . . S.D.S. . . . I'll ride
shotgun. Heavy-duty . . . Weasels ripped my flesh . . .
Feed your head . . . 4/24
Sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred E. Rawson
Weymouth . . . FLP + R . . . you can't always get what
you want but if you try sometime, you just might find
you get what you need . . . Wasted words have never
been heard? . . . It's a bargain? . . . What is the world
coming to? . . . The End! . . .
CARMEL ANNE SHIELDS
S.B. Blackeyes . . . I-spy ... the GANG . . . Cheering.
Even '74 . . . Pl-2 ... Oh Wow . . . Popcorn . . . D.C. &
Va. All of 'em . . . What's up . . . One seed can start a
garden, One drop can start a sea, One Doubt can start
a hating, One dream can set us free . . .
MAUREEN JACQUELINE SIMKINS
There's nothing greater than love . . . 3/13/76 Keg
Parties . . . Townforest . . . Boston Club . . .
JS.M.&M.J.S. . . . We are one, you and I . . . Ribbet
Pond . . . ILTSP . . .
In time we meet, In silence I grieve, that my heart
could forget, Thy spirit decieve ... If I should meet
thee after long years, How should I greet thee? . . . Oct.
25 ... N. Hampshire . . . Music land . . . Chicago . . .
Dancing ... Its finally time to
PETER THOMPSON SINNOTT
"If any lift of mine may ease the burden of an other,
God give me love and care and strength to help my
ailing brother" ... No Joy in Muddville . . . Winsor
House Blues ... 19 . . . Nolan . . . Indecisions decision
. . . Time waits for no man . . .
SU LIN SLACK
I would rather be a happy nut than a depressed crazy
person . . . FREEDOM . . . LIFE . . . Tommy, is that any
way to speak to your sister? . . . Trotta's Speak your
Mind! . . .
ALAN RICHARD SMALL
Whatever we see or seem is but a dream within a
dream . . . Camp Wing 75,76 . . . Herbie . . . Spock . . .
Deburbas . . . Falling off curbs . . . Lindo Bash 3
MCDAMPCAB . . . Snoopy . . . Manchild . . . Molly . . .
66 MGs fly but make hard landings . . . Later on.
LISA ANNE SONNTAG
LGM . . . 1-18-75 . . . Life is like a ladder, each step we
take is either up or down . . . Almaden Nantucket . . .
Hojo's - 121 . . . Still Crazy after all these years . . .
Summer Keg Parties . . . scamin Hey Sport . . . Minerff
. . . cruising . . . allniters
ELIZABETH E. STEVENS
Not everything faced can be changed . . . But nothing
can be changed until it is faced. Ophelia . . . DO NOT
ENTER ... Ct#* ... Tiger glasses daisy . . . Hojo's . . .
Shady or Lucky . . . Matchbooks Truth or Dare . . .
Dorrie Tado House . . . Fly
STEPHANIE ELIZABETH STOTT
Write it on your heart that every day is the best day in
the year . . . Twit . . . Solitaire and state . . . BC Union
. . . Thespis Lives . . . Moonshine Reality . . . Black Box
. . . 12345678 . . . Paris 76 . . . Ant On's ... EJ
Friendship is a sheltering tree.
Sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Sonntag
ROLF ANDREW STROM
ROBERT E. THIBODEAU
Red Sox . . . Imp . . Cruising 10-4 . . . Firefighter Kach
8102 . . . 10-4 . . . Radio Shack . . . Bailey's Packie . . . JC
... Lil Abner . . . Schlitz Tails . . . AV Charlie . . .
Donald you Turkey . . . Got your ears on Big-4 Drink
much beer . . . USCGA Summer 76
CYNTHIA L. THOMAS
D.M. . . . Southie . . . I'll never forget the good times
along with the bad. L.R. Thanks for being there when I
needed someone the most Lions-Tigers born free, live
TERRI L. SYLVESTER
He who doesn't think too much of himself is more
than he thinks . . . Duxbury's Done . . . The Liberty
Bowl Did It ... 442 Got Bent . . . #658 . . . Head ... Mr.
Egg & I . . . Blue . . . The Tower . . . EMC 74' . . . 4C's
. . . BUD . . . Tiny Who?? . . . "Gotz" It . . . BU . . . Tunes
Please . . .
Let thy speech be better than silence, or be silent . . .
ELP! . . . weasels Ripped my Flesh . . . Sweetsers . . .
12/11/59 Band . . . Parties . . . Stash Got Burned! . . .
Take it Easy . . .
DIANE ADELE TOWNLEY
No love, no friendship can ever cross our path without
affecting us in some way forever . . . Paris ... Je ne
comprends pas . . . New Shoes . . . The Ocean . . . My
Contact! . . . EJ . . . Music . . . TGIF . . . Nf Again ... I
Don't know . . . Smile and be Happy . . .
NICOLE MARIE ROSE VAUTRAIN
Laughterismyremedy . . . Missionimpossible . . . Bpup
Friday 13 ... b o u n c i n g b a m b i n o . . .
haircolorofGOLD Whatswrongwithmylaugh? . . . Toot
frostyheinines . . . 3mustketeers cruisin
Schmnole . . . Cambridge . . . catchinrays . . . Parties . . .
Sailin . . . beach . . . 5of4 . . .
Sponsored by Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence Vienneau
MARY ALYCE VIENNEAU
"A heart is not judged by how much you love, but by
how much you are loved by others." . . . from The
Wizard of Oz . . .
Mosher's Retreat ... 17 12oz . . . Curls ... Up They
Came . . . Long walk home at 3 ... Chart House . . .
Bye Bye Bill . . . Lou . . . Soccer . . . Sleevy . . . Danny
turn . . . Donzero . . . Rats and maggots . . . Bagged
Again! . . . Aren't we all just a little? . . .
It's a time warp . . . Across the Pond ... I can see
clearly now . . . Dam Liberals . . . Colt . . . Smith and
Wesson . . . Ruger . . . NHCC . . . Hell, Matthew
THOMAS PRESBREY WHALEN
The trouble with you is the trouble with me got two
eyes but still don't see . . . Rocky Mountains, High . . .
good ol' Betsyl Harvest #3and F.C.B.B. . . . Baby!
Please warm my (oops) . . . Tepee nights . . . Blues
Harpin! ... En Effet!!
JOANNE LEE WHITCOMB
Too often we let our todays be stolen from our
yesterdays and tomorrow . . . Paris in the spring . . . I'm
over my head . . . Two Bush and Deere Isle ... A piece
of the rock . . . Olympic rowing team . . . sunsets . . .
blue m'n'ms . . . Cool your jets . . . bunch of frogs . . .
JAMES N. WHITTIER
No matter how witty you are I'm always Whittier . . .
1/15/73 . . . Party wagon l + 2 + 3and 4 ... 57 Chevy . . .
How'z it gow'n . . . NHCC . . . Sweetser's . . . 130 ft.
Buzzed . . . 7/17/75 Outa gas . . .
When something is easy it is seldom excellent . . .
Head, Where's the cell? . . . Tiny put that liberty bowl
to sleep . . . Lumpy get some Visine . . . Egg and I . . .
Zyaer's party house . . . Bay Farm . . . Dunphy's
Hyannis . . . Town Forest Keg Parties . . .
JAMES E. WILLIAMSON
A dream, a tear, a smile, a frown; all in the wake of a
passing moment, a person . . . New shoes . . . I'm
hungry . . . D.T. Oceans . . . The rivers meet and then
divide white clouds upon an azure sky, which are and
then no more . . .
Sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Tyler S. Wooster
MARK HOWARD WILLINGHAM
Treat everyone as a friend, you can't go wrong . . .
Wild times 7/5/76 . . . sloany . . . lov firein ... in the
boats rockin . . . terraristic . . . blindness . . . McDote
crazy? ... I dig trees ... Go nuts . . . how's your onion
. . . howldowns . . . whamer jammer!!
Jamie . . . 7/18/75 ... I know not whither leads this
path of mine, but I can tread it better when my hand is
clasped in thine . . . The house . . . G.D.T. . . . Good-Bye
CHARLENE PATRICIA WOODS
2x3bs . . . NF . . . Ten, GG&P . . . CIA? . . . Stowe . . .
HoCkEy . . . SCBFPRRHEIJR . . . S. WHIPLASH . . .
salads . . . 8/16/75 ... Oh nothing ... sail ... BF
Cracked mushrooms . . . SK . . . mental ... I get up . . .
I'm late . . . live Tech ... 26 hours . . . 5B Lib . . .
pumpkins . . . Ten 11 . . . #1 . . . Anita Help . . .
JUDITH LESLIE WOOSTER
The only way to have a friend is to be one . . . Peanut
. . . All by myself? . . . The road not taken . . . Both
sides now . . . Crazy Clarks . . . Let love be your
greatest aim . . . Laurie help me! . . . MOAB . . . The
Gumby's ... St. Paul's family . . . Keep smiling!!!!!
In Memory of
Kimberly Irene Mowery
December 1, 1959 - September 1, 1974
I try to live my life as I live each day;
I try to live it to the fullest extent.
Life is incredible — something I am unable
to describe, but able to feel.
There are dreams and there are promises,
which give us something to live for in
search for a better, happier life!
There is time — time to live your life and
re-dream your dreams and promises;
And there is or may be an end to this
incredible life, which we all live so fully.
Life is a circle of memories which we
sometimes can't forget.
There are hardships and misfortunes.
But to me life means more than to live,
but to understand one another and
to love everyone.
Believe in what you know best of your life
as you've lived it so far.
There are many unfortunate accidents,
but this too is part of what we people
It is here to live, cherish, remember, love,
and possibly improve.
Try to make the best of it.
Kim Mowery 1974
Senior Class Officers
President — Mary Vienneau
Vice-President — Christine Leonard
Secretary — Lisa Sonntag
Treasurer — Mary Maguire
Advisor — Mr. Charles Lagerstedt
Junior Class Officers; President - Karen Heneghan, Vice-President - Beth Severson, Secretary - Andrea Miller, Treasurer - John
Dowd, Advisor — Mr. Walter Kennedy
Sophomore Class Officers; President - Debbie Donahue, Vice President - Joan Vienneau, Secretary - Kathy Pynn, Treasurer - Terry
Mullaney, Advisor — Mr. Richard C. Miller
Life is not quite complete without man's expression
of himself through the arts.
The D.H.S. Choir, under the direction of Roger
Jarvis, endeavors to achieve this expression through
the practice and the performance of both classical and
contemporary music. Because of Roger Jarvis's
direction and the dedication of its members, the Choir
this year has been one of the largest and the best in the
area, with capacity audiences at every performance.
Sponsors — Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bradford
Nora Delano, Advisor
Michael Ruderman, Editor-in-Chief
Judy Wooster, Business Manager
Kristine Bergenheim, Art Editor
Anthony Kelso, Pegeen Galvin, Activities
Liz Hammond, Layout Editor
Terry Heneghan, Tim Costello, Sports Editors
Liz Case, Literary Editor
During the past year, the Duxbury Chapter of
A.F.S. has become a great success. Under the new
leadership of President Leslie Wiedman and
advisor, Mrs. Cynthia Stone, the group has
accomplished many things, including the hosting of
twenty foreign students this past summer, a get-
together with the Plymouth A.F.S. Chapter, and a
spirited Christmas dance. Mr. Kopke, the local
A.F.S. Chairman, along with other members of the
adult group worked on many of our projects with
us and co-sponsored our reception at the Art
Complex, which officially welcomed our A.F.S. -er
this year, Helga Buvick. Helga, who lived with her
host family, the Douglas Lousecks on Surrey Lane,
was from Glomford, Norway, she "loves Duxbury
and all the people here."
Jorge Patron, a visitor from Merida, Mexico who
affiliated with A.F.S. on his arrival was chosen the
friendliest boy in the Senior Class. Jorge lived with
the Ralph Stoughtons on Onion Hill Road.
Together, Helga and Jorge added a special touch to
our town with their warm and outgoing
personalities. They will be greatly missed.
The family and friends of Susan Greene, our
A.F.S.-er in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, counted the days
until her return. Susan left in the middle of her
junior year and has returned to share all her
experience with us.
Looking ahead, Maura Mastrogiovanni is our
exchange student for next year. We wish Maura
Sponsor — Mr. Rolando DeAguiar
In the summer of 1976 the D.H.S. Outing Club
went on a backpacking trip to the Grand Tetons
of Wyoming. As well as doing extensive
climbing in the Teton Range, the five
participants climbed in Yellowstone National
Park and other national parks in Wyoming and
This year club officers Mark Dewire, Leslie
Wiedmann, Donald Hagney, and Kevin
Heneghan organized and led bi-monthly trips up
north. Among the treks that the outing club has
ventured on are backpacking and hiking
excursions in the White Mountains region of
New Hampshire, with cross country skiing trips
in Maine and New Hampshire.
The aim of the Outing Club is to generate an
appreciation among Duxbury students for the
outdoors and to give those students an
opportunity to engage in wilderness recreation.
A trip for next summer is being planned for the
Canadian Rockies or the Pacific Crest Trail.
The High School Literary Magazine,
Tertza Rima, would be pleased to an-
nounce that this year we have a new and
hitherto unpublished short story by Er-
nest Hemingway entitled "The Old
Woman and the Sea", but seeing that
Ernest Hemingway is dead and left no
story by that name, we doubt its au-
thenticity and are holding the story until
further notice. At any rate our staff-edi-
tors, Rob Ruderman, Yasmin Daikh, art
editor, Maureen Roe, and supervisor,
Benito Rakower — had a lot of fun and
even published some excellent student
writing and art when we weren't busy
talking about overthrowing the govern-
ment or reading Mao's little red book.
We wish to thank all our contributors
and patrons for a successful year.
The Latin Club is a highly active
group involved in activities ranging from
the study of Latin culture to Modern
America. This newly-formed group has
performed skits, held bake sales, and
traveled on numerous field trips. The
Latin Club has about twenty members; 3
in the planning council, 3 in the publici-
ty council, and 2 presidents called con-
suls. They are Katie Dalton and Michele
Randall. The Treasurer is Ann Marie
Lindguist, and the secretary is Jeff Brad-
ford. The D.H.S. Latin Club is planning a
trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art
in New York in April.
The 1976 Fall
Tournament of Plays
The 1976 Fall Tournament
of Plays produced in the new
theatre was one of the most
successful tournaments ever
produced. Judging was very
difficult because of the ex-
cellent quality of all the plays.
The Sophomore class play,
"Please No Flowers" was des-
ignated by the judges to be the
'Please No Flowers"
'Please No Flowers"
"Kiss Me Quick, I'm Double
Time Passes On
The Junior Prom — an event filled with antici-
pation and nervousness, long gowns and stiff
tuxedos, perhaps even beauty and elegance. The
Junior Prom of May 7, 1976, at Dreamwold of
Scituate, combined all of these into a memorable
evening. Undaunted by the rain, couple after
couple drove up to the front portico and entered
the ball to enjoy an evening of dinner and
dancing. Highlighting the evening was the selec-
tion of Leslie Lormer as Prom Queen of 1976,
along with Mary Maguire and Beth Marconi as
the court. Special thanks are owed to the prom
committee, chaired by Lisa Sonntag, who met
every forseeable problem and spent hours of
their own time on prom-night to decorate the
The D.H.S. Marching Band, led by Michon
Doheny, lended support to both the soccer
team and the football team again this year.
This year's band was the largest in the
history of Duxbury. The many band
members, under the direction of Arthur
Johnson, were kept busy all year long with
parades, concerts, and other activities, in
addition to the football and soccer games.
Some of the band members were also active
in S.E.M.S.B.A., Southeast District, and All-
State competitions. The band is a very
dedicated group which will continue to grow
in the coming years.
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Crandell
Homecoming kings and queens, boy cheerlead-
ers, pep rallies, football games, parades, floats . . .
these are only some of the memories that will
remain long after the 1976 Homecoming week-end
is over. Homecoming began with the traditional
pep rally before the Thanksgiving football game
against Cohasset. The Homecoming queens and
kings were announced by Mr. Pierce. Senior Lori
Wirt and her senior court, Wendy Pierce and Car-
mel Shields, junior Andrea Miller, sophomore Tina
Hurley, and freshman, Mary Ann Caleskie, were
chosen as queens. Bill Thompson and his court
Dan Kates and Frank Hyer, were chosen as kings.
Preceeding the rally was the Thanksgiving morning
parade. The freshmen won the award for the best
float. Later that day Dragon's football team lost to
the Clippers, 14-6. To end the week-end, the Cross
Roads played at the dance.
On December 10th and 11th,
the curtain opened on the
Senior Class Play, "Once In a
Lifetime." With a cast and crew
of over eighty Seniors, this was
one of the most spectacular
events ever staged at D.H.S.
Taking on the mammoth task of
directing was Richard Miller
along with his assistant David
Jenness. The capacity crowds on
both nights were treated to a
dazzling display of talent,
magnificent sets and beautiful
costumes. However, behind all
of this glitter were many weeks
of grueling rehearsals and hard
work. The audience got only a
glimpse of this fatigue with one
"stagestruck" backdrop and a
"backwards" set. Undaunted,
the play continued and the rest
is history. "Once In A Lifetime"
truly made its mark in the
annals of D.H.S. Theatre.
"I'm not God!'
. . . the big, happy family
"Once In A Lifetime'
"Yes, I'm a TRAMP!"
"Breathing is fundamental.
Thespian Troupe #355 at D.H.S. is the
core of the drama club. Over 200 students
participated in the ten shows produced
last year. With the addition of the new
little theater, drama has taken on a new
dimension at D.H.S. This has meant a lot
more work, but the more than 40 troupe
members have met the challenge. A lot of
time and effort was spent by the many
dedicated troupe members and
dramatically inclined students. The
officers, Pres. — Penny Stott, V.P. —
Pegeen Galvin, Tres. — Tony Kelso, Sect.
— Melissa Hughes, and advisor, Mr.
Miller, have worked hard to co-ordinate
dramatic activities. Amy Boli built
displays; John Bradford organized sets;
Arthur Freeland took on the mammoth
task of lighting; Mike Prendergast
arranged ticket sales for many shows;
Anne Ruderman furnished the troupe
with a tremendous costume wardrobe;
Rob Ruderman publicized shows yielding
capacity audiences. William Nourse
organized lobby for our shows. Many
others have helped make this a successful
The Duxbury Key
Club International, a
tion dedicated to pub-
lic service. Locally, the
Key Club is involved
in helping the senior
citizens and assem-
baskets as well as
sponsoring a scholar-
Advisor Harry Gun-
narson and officers,
Bob Enniss and Doug
Wilcox can take the
credit for continuing
last year's revival of
the Key Club.
This year's Student Council and their
advisor, Mr. Buechler have accomplished
many things. In the beginning of the year
three committees were set up, a student
bulletin committee, an assembly com-
mittee, and a cultural events committee.
Officers were Pres. — Carole Emerson,
Vice Pres. — Chris Leonard, Tres. — War-
ren Freeland, and Sect. — Laurie Shoulla.
Other members of the Council were:
Seniors — P. Harper, C. Woods, M. Pre-
ndergast; Juniors — D. Pullen, L. Hun-
dley; Soph. — S. Buechler, R. Walters;
Freshmen - S. Trezise, D. Dowd, C. Hall.
Margaret Gibson, Guidance Secretary Virginia Weatherlow
Ann Collins Millicent Jenness Thomas Given Col. James Truden
Guidance Counselor Office Secretary Chairman Science Dept. Chairman Social Studies
Walter Kennedy Vito Mazzola Michael Reed Lawrence Dunn
Guidance Counselor Industrial Arts Chairman Foreign Language Chairman Math Dept.
Ann Bertone Earl Chamberlain
Social Studies English
Francis Sabol Edward Mack Marcia Lantz Thomas Merna
Social Studies Health Foreign Language Special Needs
Mary Buckley Sandra Upham
Sponsor — John H. Cutler
Donna Wiedmann, Home Economics
Foster Cass, English
Ann Ayers Charles Lagerstedt Charles Vautrain Edwin Greene
Home Economics Math Audio Visual Head Industrial Arts
Sponsored by Ruth Rowley
Following a dismal 3-14 record in '75, the
1976 Baseball team rebounded with a very
successful season. Captains Jeff Bailey and
Steve Andrews led the way to an 11-7
season. Not until the final game were the
Dragons mathematically eliminated from
the State Tournament. For his fine perform-
ance, including a record-breaking.444 bat-
ting average, Jeff Bailey was named to the
South Shore League All-Star team. Though
Duxbury has lost some key players, Coach
Murphy remains optimistic for another fine
season, thanks to these returning starters:
Seniors Peter Sinnott, Danny Kates, Manny
Fernandes, Scott Naven, and under-
classmen Brad Colton, John Donius, Andy
Haskell, and Sean Sheehan.
The Varsity Softball season of
1976 was a rebuilding year. The
team consisted of Senior Captains
Connie Wilson and Gale Sanders;
Juniors — Liz Hammond, Sheree
Heap, Gail MacCallum, Paula Rear-
don and Carmel Shields; Soph-
omores — Adele Angers, Sue Jen-
kins, Carla Murphy, Nicki Noel,
Pam Teravainen, Leslie Weidman,
and Jill Willingham; Freshman —
Tammy Colvin and Holly King. Al-
though this young team lacked
game experience, they managed to
place 4th with an 8-8 record. The
season was highlighted by starting
pitcher Gail MacCallum who
placed on the All-Star Team and
was elected Most Valuable Player,
both for the 3rd straight year. The
team as a whole, along with their
Coach, Pat Shea, continually exhib-
ited great spirit, and competiveness
throughout each and every game.
The season of 1977 with so many
players returning should be a
The 1976 D.H.S. Girl's Tennis Team once again held
an undefeated season and the South Shore League
Champs for the third year in a row. The team
consisted of Captains Lederle Tenney and Kathi
Hopkins. Also on the team were Sue Hanson, Judy
Mitchell, and Kim Carson. Juniors were Donna Doane,
Liz Case, Charlene Woods and Wendy Hall.
Sophomores were Lauren Tenney, Joan Kellar, Kathy
MacCormick and freshman Debbie Donohue coached
by Mrs. Faith Heneghan.
The team competed in the South Shore League
Tournament and dominated in the finals with Lauren
Tenney vs. Donna Doane in the finals with Lauren
defeating Donna 2-0. Kathi Hopkins and Greg Sbraccia
won the mixed doubles and Lederle Tenney with Sue
Hansen in the Doubles.
Sponsor - Dr. Russell Harrington
The 1976 D.H.S. Golf Team, coached by Bob Hayes and captained by Seniors
George Arnold, David Garrity and Bill Wilcox compiled another undefeated season,
thus leading to its fourteenth straight league championship. The Team qualified for
the State Tournament at Easton Country Club leading all qualifiers by 17 strokes.
Perhaps the best team ever, they finished second in the state to Chicopee at
Foxboro Country Club. This year the Dragons should do extremely well with their
young, but experienced team. Returning are Seniors Peter Ayers, David Hallowell,
Mike Johnson, Andy Moss, Ned Emerson, and Doug Wilcox; Juniors Bob Jones, Mike
Colclough, and Scott Carlson, along with Sophomores Sandy Dewing and Sam
Sponsor — Frank Le Sueur
At the beginning of the 76-77 sea-
son the Duxbury hockey team was
considered a building team and
wasn't regarded as a contender. In
the course of the season they
proved otherwise and now are
nearing a berth in the State tourna-
ment. Leadership was provided by
Terry Heneghan, Dave Hallowell,
and Andy Moss, the three captains.
The loss of the three captains, and
Dana Loring and Tim Costello will
be felt, but underclassmen Kent
Bolster, Dan Gazzola, John Dowd,
Henry Hamels, and Fenton McCall
will maintain Duxbury's fine Hock-
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This year saw the Dragon Ladies ascent to
glory. Their 16-2-3 record was the result of the
Senior players combining with the many talent-
ed under-classmen to produce the finest team in
Duxbury's history. Captains Donna Doane, Liz
Hammond, Beth Marconi, and Charlene Woods
displayed the qualities of leadership needed for
the team to go on to victory. In winning the
South Shore League for the first time since 1973,
the field hockey team exhibited the talents of a
championship team and a state contender. For
their excellent performances, 5 players were
awarded spots on the S.S.L. All-Star team.
Repeaters from last year included Charlene
Woods and Liz Hammond, who was elected
captain of the All-Star team. Voted to the team
for the first time were goalie Donna Doane,
fullback Rosemary Oates, and forward Lauren
Tenney. Unfortunately, the end of the season
also brings the loss of 10 seniors: Gail MacCal-
lum, Janet Driscoll, Liz Case, Christine Leonard,
Susie Schaffer, Rosemary Oates, and the 4 cap-
tains. All of these players will certainly be
missed, but next year's team appears to be
promising with such underclassmen as: Lauren
Tenney, Joan Kellar, Ann Cuneen, Patty Sim-
mons, Tina Hurley, Sue Jenkins, Eileen Leonard
and Theresa Grealy. Indeed with all their talent
next year's team will be hard pressed to match
the accomplishments of the '76 team.
Front Row L to R: Captains D. Doane, L. Hammond, C. Woods, B. Marconi Back Row: L. Case, J. Driscoll, R. Oates, L. Tenney, A.
Cuneen, C. Leonard, T. Grealy, P. Simmons, S. Schaeffer, J. Kellar, G. MacCallum, E. Leonard, S. Jenkins, T. Hurley, Coach D. Brooks
After last year's first round loss, this year's field
hockey team went into the State Tournament with an
optimistic attitude. Their first game against Somerset
displayed Duxbury's fierce determination as they moved
into the next round with a 1-0 win. Bitter cold accom-
panied the team to Battis Field in Middleboro as the
Dragon Ladies stopped a solid Holliston team 2-1. They
were now in the semi-finals and huge crowds followed
the team to Middleboro for a big game against Dennis-
Yarmouth. A 1-0 overtime win for the girls gave them
their pre-season goal: the Southeastern Massachusetts
finals. This game was against Hingham, a team that
Duxbury tied in pre-season play. Both teams were con-
sidered even but once again a brilliant performance led
to a solid 2-1 victory and the Southeastern Massachu-
setts title. However to the disappointment of all, Dux-
bury's State title hopes came to an end on an overcast
day in Grafton. Playing Frontier Regional High, last
year's state champ, Duxbury came up short 1-0 in a
valiant effort. In coming this far, three people gained
some well-deserved recognition for their performances.
Goalie Donna Doane and halfback Liz Hammond were
named to the All-State team. Also, Coach Brooks was
voted State Coach of the Year. Congratulations for an
Top-quality soccer teams have won for themselves and for
Duxbury High honor for over a decade. The 1976 team, however,
surpassed all expectations by winning twelve consecutive contests
on their way to a 12-1-1 season, Duxbury's finest ever. The
leadership of captains Dave Greely, Tim Burdick, and Tom Whalen
inspired the team to consistently outstanding and sometimes heroic
performances. The graduation of the three captains and seniors Bill
Thompson, Dan Kates, Terry Heneghan, Dana Loring, and Bill
Hemenen will make it difficult for next year's team to duplicate this
year's successes. Underclassmen starters Bobby Burdick, Colin
McEvoy, Jeff Chandler, Chuck Greely, and Casey Tonrey have the
skill and desire to continue Duxbury's tradition of winning soccer.
Duxbury and St. Mary's of Westfield met on Novem-
ber 20, 1976 for the State Division Two Soccer Cham-
pionship. Despite the bitterly cold wind, hundreds of
fans made the trip to Boston University's Nickerson
Field where they saw the finest example of a champion-
ship game. Dana Loring broke the scoreless tie midway
through the second quarter with a well-aimed blast into
the corner of the goal. Less than four minutes later, St.
Mary's tied the score, bringing back the frustrating
memories of 1974's triple-overtime loss to Nauset. But
the day would belong to Duxbury as Colin McEvoy
scored the winning goal in the first minutes of the fourth
quarter for a 2-1 victory. For the skill, dedication, and
spirit they displayed, the victory and the championship
belongs to Coach Cass and every member of his fine
Captains: Eric Arnold; Andy Bolster; Kent
Bolster Centers: R. Lippard, P. Brown, R.
Brown; Guards: T. Cunneen, T. Johnson, D.
Bean, E. McCarthy, J. Cobb, S. Dow, J.
Olszowy, P. Balboni; Tackle: P. Balboni, S.
Sheehan, A. Bolster, E. Errasti, J. Champ, J.
Markella, R. Briggs, End: M. Hokaj, D.
Greenberg, T. Doherty, M. Colclough, C.
Houck, G. Bailey; Quarter-Back: T.
Cheetham; Full-Back: E. Arnold, S.
Mansfield, C. Thompson; Half-Back: J.
Donius, D. McCarthy, J. Larsen, J. Jack, C.
Burke, K. Huber, D. Roberts, L. Green, B.
Oliver, M. Barrow, M. Stone.
Sponsored by Frank LeSueur
This year's Cheerleading Squad,
consisting of Sophomores — Kim Cisle.
and Gwen E%'ans; Juniors — Carol
Emerson, Andrea Miller. Donna Rober.
and Beth Severson: Seniors — Lynn
O'Neil, Sue Johnson. Lynne O'Malley. and
Carmel Shields would like to thank their
coach Mrs. Carol Cass for all her help
and concern which has made many happy
and enjoyable moments possible. With
fond feelings and memories, the
Sophomore and Junior cheerleaders along
with Mrs. Cass would like to wish the
seniors the best of luck in the future.
This year's Girls Basketball Team was
not as successful as anticipated. Although
the record does not show the team's
ability, there were some very exciting
games. Above all, there was team unity.
The team was coached by Jane Corliss
and captained by tri-captains, Gail Mac
Callum, Donna Doane, and Susan
Schaffer. Other seniors were Donna
Pullen and Sheree Heap. Next year
should be a more successful season with
eight returning players. The team would
like to give special thanks to fane Corliss.
Sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Martin D. Corliss
Sponsored by Sue Schaffer
Tri-captains Tom Whalen, Jim Button, and
Dan Kates are currently leading the D.H.S.
Varsity Wrestlers to another fine season. As
this goes to press, the team's record is 12-4,
including victories over such outstanding
teams as Weymouth South, Milton, and local
rival Marshfield. This year the three tri-
captains plus seniors Guy LeBlanc, Frank
Hyer and Tad Blackmore all have excellent
chances of going to the state meets in the
spring. Next year's varsity team will begin
with these seasoned wrestlers: Eric Arnold,
Jeff Chandler, Peter Balboni and Bill
This year's Gymnastics team, coached by Penelope
Patenaude, improved tremendously through the season.
Special thanks goes to Mr. John Pierce for his help
throughout the season. Team Members; P. Teravienen, A.
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