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Duxbury Free Library
Because we, the editors of this yearbook, wish to show our appreciation to all the teachers who
have provided us with a fine education and have helped us to grow and mature, we have selected
one of you whom we feel represents the finest qualities a teacher can have. For her devotion to
high standards of education, for her support and encouragement to students, and for her warmth
and sense of humor we dedicate the 1979 yearbook to Mrs. Ann Bertone.
On this side there is a need
Yet no one will dare admit it.
On that side there is an answer
Yet no one will ever gi\e it.
In the middle there is a wall
Of hatred, and greed and tear
On this side there's only a dreamer
On that there's one who can hope.
There's one who is without the hatred
So small that he just couldn't know
The old man is surelv a dreamer.
He recalls when they built the wall.
There's a way. Where a need is to be filled
There's an answer that's made for us all
If the hoper and the dreamer join one another
Together the\ 'd break down the wall.
When we all work together and love one another.
Together we'll break down the walls.
Half - Dome
Atop the mountain.
Feeling like I was plopped down from nowhere,
as a gesture of kindness.
But my legs tell me differently.
Waiting for what?
I'm as high as a cloud
and I can see everything. But it's not enough.
Cause I can see the hawk soaring
Yesterday I was young.
Playing, laughing and talking.
Todav I'm older.
Writing, learning and listening.
Tomorrow I will be old.
Sitting, teaching and smiling.
On December 8th and
9th. the senior class
presented as their annual
play, "Magic, Magic". The
show was a tremendous
success, being enjoved bv
both the audience and
the cast, lerrv Bayer, Su-
san Leland, and |im Fal-
low pla\ed the leading
roles and exhibited fine
talent, as did the entire
cast. Many hours of time
and effort went into this
production, and with the
exception of a few magic
tricks, all went well. Spe-
cial thanks are in order to
Pat Weatherlow, our
patient director, and the
McCorrisons for allowing
us to use their home for
the cast party.
wits ajU *uete
On the evening of May 12, 1978, students and faculty
from Duxbury High School gathered at Ridders Coun-
try Club for the Junior Prom. The music of Armada
filled the room and set the backround for a memo-
rable evening of dinner and dancing for everyone. The
highlight was the crowning of Cindy Coffin as Prom
Queen, escorted by Scott Muller. Selected to her court
were Kathy Whitehouse, escorted by Jack Shields, and
Nancy Brown, escorted by Jeff Lewis. Special thanks go
to Gwen Evans and the entire Prom Committee for all
their time and effort which made the junior Prom of
1978 a very special event for all.
Homecoming this year began a day early when we
introduced a spirit day on Thursday as part of our festivities
Friday night the gymnasium yvas the scene of one of the most
spirited pep rallies in D.H.S. history. Chosen as Homecoming
Queens yvere: freshman, lovce Button: Sophomore. Jennifer
Colley; junior. Lauren Allsop. senior. Cathy Coffin and her
court. Kathy Whitehouse and Eileen Leonard. Kings yvere
Colin McEvoy and his court. Bill Wilson and Steve Doyy
Preceeding the game yvas the parade which succeeded in
reviving the spirit and enthusiasm of all. The Dragons showed
their talent and skill during the game in yvhich they beat the
Vikings 10-0. The closing of the yveekend was the dance held
that night to celebrate a successful and memorable
Best Sense of Humor - Betsy Brady and George Baile\ Most Musical - Holly Stevenson and Devin Dondero
Most Artistic — Betsy Greene and David Andrews
Cutest - Sand\ Cotton and Paulo Farroco
Highway Menaces — \ irginia Butler and Billy Schaffer
Class Inseperables - Fenton McCall and Hugh Dahlen
Contributed Most To The Class — Laurie Shoulla, Anne Cunneen and Sandy Dewing
Most Likely To Succeed — lerry Baser and David Sinnott Best Looking - Kathy Whitehouse and |imm\ Lucier
— Debbie Smith and Robbv Brown
Da\ id Andrew s
Treat everyone as a friend you can't go wrong . . . It's great to
be back in Duxbury . . . Good luck to all in the future . . . Golf
is the best . . . Amies army is the greatest . . . Shaf ... I will
always beat you . . . Old Chinese proverb: If vou party do it
hardy . . .
Open the window . . . Abe . . . PIRATE! . Aay-yuu . .
Napolean . Soccer . . . Library Wear Session . . Quitapones
. . . Gotta have sumthin'ta eat . . . Green \ega Bore? . . . Dos
. . . Count them . . . That's wrong! . . . Live each da\ to the
fullest, and vou will be rewarded . . . Dick menos
RA-MD-EWF-Soccer = 1-Basket-Ball-track-YR-Ellen-Be cool-
ing-Keith and Dick keep running-Spike and Bill keep truckin-
richie and everybody
John F. Andrews
MOW SERG. MY FAMILY F B BRO D B B DAGO. KURTS
CHUCKS RICH. L.F E.N. L.F FRANKS CATCH A SMALL ONE
R.A. M.D SHES COOLnn ME OUT 7/23/60 LEO I P. |ul\ is
Dressed up Spike Bill|ud\ Always and forever SHOW ME A
RIVER SO DEEP SHOW ME A MOUNTAIN SO HIGH I LL
ALWAYS COME BACK TO YOU TWEF EVERYBODY STAN
Ste\en ). Antonelli>
George E. Bailev
Kilties, sue. Tuba. Happy lack. Football games, rehearsals,
music.. Phologirapitirt* . FS4J-W ashington;. Tarns. Bemie. ~Cre»
Man . mO\ 3 VC. Honda, leaving rnemfc. Snuce. Walh . Baku
good tnends. Fran 1st love Chorus.. Soto. Leaving Home. Nlew
Ene'Land loie on trie - - -
Bei a Pinky Sword-a-fish =81 - Fuzz% M5 . . Ml
Washington's Head Wal . . . Stowe mat . . . HEXEL . . .
Vvndaca . . . Eh in Bishop . . . Demon A ... Red Man .
Rosalia . Spnngsteen . Cause (ramps Ske us. bab* ne
were bom Jo mum . .
Phillip j. Balboni
FOOTBALL =63. luspv Losers' -ve.eT Dose sight of their goals
while winners are at the peak of theirs . . . WRESTLING Barge
-S~-5~ =11 kat stinm ... Beth-79. HERE COMES THE
DRAGONS . . . same old routine-Sat . . . "USED TO THE MUVJT
Diedre M. Barcla\
Wlicn I listen to the music of Hie. I'm able to join in the
■3£->: -£ C~ Ea>> e- ;■ ~: E- - -
Pan* nice T Good-one charm "Reasons' Salty Reunite.
Lite Shines with new wonder, and each day and each hour,
holds a iresh Surprise"
Jerry W. Bayer
"The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or
even touched They must be felt with the heart." . the
sunshine, the hummingbird, and the pearl . . . Stained glass
window . . . Lily . . . learning to change gears . . . "To be simple
is to love." — R. H
"Far away there in the sunshine are mv highest aspirations. I
may not reach them, but I can look up and see their beauty,
believe in them, and try to follow where they lead." New
Years Eve . . . LSC . . . damp smiles . . . Tinkies . . . the good
times (CCC) . . . Chaz.
lerrys Gulf - Berm Shot - Brians Pinto - Dorrens House -
RM on fire - Birch St. - Pine St. - Worms - S C. - Gravel -
Party Van - Larkiln - Binky packy run - Sundays - Vega —
Fort - Charge Card - Gordon - Stuck in H.T. - 18 - Later
Kevin push on.
Anthony P. Binsfield
Nantucket '77 . . . ELO Concert . . . Madeline Island . . .
. . . 10/10/75 . . . Tennis . . . Pennsylvania Blake? . . .
Anne? . . . Golfing Mark? . . . Tennis )oe? . . . Subaru
Parties . . P. Rock . . . swamp rat ... Party at Chris's
. . . Mt.
Monadneck . . . M|BC|AL\1I \
Charles H. Blackmore
Cefl mghts - Whitehead Bonanza - Pure hi Subs. =
umbuhguhs? Gotta eat — NAPOLEAN - Best. F/Plav —
VVMIYS. C" - See Andy run — PIRATE - AP FreeA oungness -
Buddies — Bthth/Whagh - Doobs/Yes: 8/78 - Equine* - Bug
— WATD - Dropsy: Mirth lab: GoinT - Python - Wink -
4000 ft - |B - Damp Smiles . . . Andrea
217 November 11, 1977. Wanthv and Cunning remember III
Days of the Apogee. Green grass and high tides rore%er
Wanthy many back seat sippas. Many pictures in the
yearbook. Blizzard of "78"" stompen Bob B Nice Double
Vision Christmas Eye. 77... LATER DH5
Elizabeth Anne Brach
MS. In the Library GREEN PH ANTON? WW
R G Omnominous FEARSOME FOURSOME
Your Yah — Yah's Space age Gvps* AAKTO
There's more to the Picture than meets the e
ASIt CLEAR Get
Hey Hey My My
e Neil Young
BARRt CD. Sandy CD — CDX? Peter. 4H — Ca%e Carter. .Miss
LaPo. nte. ESE Champion! Chicago! Track. Kiel HWer" Slow
Down" Cranberry — Chnstmas Tree — Blueberry Power' Mom
& Dad. Nona. YCC TARA NOT ALL THOSE WHO V\ 4.NDER
ARE LOST. Ahora - Aye At que \ ate.
You asked for rain and gave me a shower NYARP NBFH Nance
we're a little late OGOJ Yah-Yah's Potato compromise The
missing case S.O.S. STELLA Belzabugcrew Flashback 5/26/78
Angels . . "Let the disappointments pass, let the laughter fill
your glass" . . .
Robert B. Brown
Administration Football C.Y.O. Ski Trips Don't rag on me
Chart House, laughs IT won't stall |ohn and Tom want to help
us move from Livingston Manor Everyone needs a little Dis-
cipline GOOD BYE.
Nancy Lynn Brown
OGIts Raining PC78 Sunrise at 5:30 Hil think we're late? Stella
where's the house, Willsie Val — I have to talk to ya (again)
"Doesn't anybody stay in one place anymore?" 15000 yes-
terdays to remember — a dozen tomorrows to live — Tomas
Belzabugcrew MNM? Sum78
Stacey Katherine Bruce
harbor lights?? P's Grandma, Shut up! Rick, I just heard the
bad news! LB-M Dear Abby Florida-Anne London+ Paris-green
men' AL-Y, I HAVE TO MEET THEM FIRST' The Home le petit
towel I want to see everybody singin' . . . Impressive!
Sunday Mornings: Complacencies of the peignoir, and late
coffee and oranges in a sunny chair and the green freedom of
a cockatoo upon a rug mingle to dissipate the holy hush of
Robert A. Burdick
Let us therefore do our best to live but one day at a time.
APOGEE Bruins Came. MELVIN. UNCLE BRUCE ARAS HEY
HIXSSS 4 MUSKETEERS Killington. Soccer #1. OH SHE DID' 12
oz. curls. VW TRIP . . . CAPE PARTY. DON'T CATCH FISH
CATCH A *$#+. LUKA THE C&°b* R HUGH. T.A.
CUNNING F M. CHEERS
If every man does what he is best fitted to do, more will be
done more easily and efficiently . . . Wrestling, BARGE, the
beach. Summer School President, Lost in the Forest, U Mass.
Valerie Margaret Butler
WTM|R 5/28/78 S75 Miami + KLKMPNZ GNO Prom78ss Sum-
mer/7 Bonus CV? Cathy where are you? Billy3-wheels Cruzin
w/Becky and Mels Gwens mels, I'll miss ya! Belzebug Crew
DG Becky's house Soaps Springsteen Nance, what now? Let
the good times roll! Virg-twins
Virginia Marie Butler
RTCINF-Debs, 9 in a Mustang?. Mels )erry chase?. B. Loser . .
OC-Dana ... D-F ... Buck, loan, Tam+Juls ... 14. Gwen-
Mystery-woman ... Hi Snobs . . . Much 2-Prood, Slowdown
. . . Det. Terry . . . Tracy-Winsor St . . . Seany . . . Countyline —
A loss of a good friend. S of 77 . . . Thanx Mom + Dad —
Carl A. Carlson
Class of "79" Lemans 350 Down Maine Hunting Rising Shot-
guns The Island Back Marsh 10 Ga. The Cars $$$ Rick and his
toy. Take it Easy Water Depo. "Carlos" Later D.H.S.!!!
Shannon M. Button
Now that the noon of life has passed, the lengthening shadows
gather slow, I see with vision forward cast The home beyond
to which I go . . . Grosse weekend with the full moon . . .
Anne M. Carmody
Canada. 6/15/72 XKE Trace I/6/78 Beach Party Plop Plop Fiz
Fiz. 4/28/78-Forever-Pizza Hut 4/28/78-NMBIues. |oey Prom-
Pier 4. I don't know just say it. SYF-mt.MS to the mind and
heart . . . Miltida & Flake 4yr FRIENDS The end of the begin-
ning . . .
Sean T. Carroll
Ireland 78 ... memories Four Muskateers night shift at Mr.
D's K.C. - D C.!? Slaw-che Thanks J.C & R.C. Bugaboo
smacky, what's up? Sunawoopee Paulo-Bebe Slawn
Renee Michelle Chalmers Jeffrey Chandler
To Wonder is to begin to understand. S.N.D Alls I need.
Honey and Malcom Hello it's me Todd Easy Dude, Nice Pegs,
Millbond Casper gets me there. Ice cream is my only weak-
ness. Rock'n Roll! Later
Roger-Dodger, Freak out. Hi Puddin how's it goin? Debbie
and Regina, Nutter-butter and his cookies, L.R.S.C. Sept. 30,
1978 forever!! I will always remember him and him . . . N.P.
every weekend. Lela, D.A. and T.R. . . . Richie and Bullet . . .
Thanks M. & D. GODCHILD . .
Ruth A. Charles
Konnichiwa Hay ride BUDDIES. For Sure. T. Patty-Kris.
Wild + Crazy. Wul-Vic. WHAGH'BTH Chili, Latin tor judging
Dia de )uego. For Sure. SOCCER. Musicals, hot seats. King
Tutting. Mm look at the moon. Oh Roofie Roofie. Don't Stop.
TAG Shoot outs. "". l$Bet. CF. Psa 23. Gracias
Mary Frances Chapdelaine
"I have promises to keep and miles to go before I sleep." RF
. .. Gary-8/1/78, B.H.K. ... Phillippine's jeanine ... cheering
Kathy & Mary, Vicki & Ruth . . . Prom 77&78 . . . |C)SMH . . .
Castle in Maine . . . "Keep your heart open cause love will find
a way." PC . . . Thanks for the memories.
Teresa Beth Churma
YES CONCERT SEPT TARKILN 7&7 . . . THE THREE STOOGES
. . . LINDA-LOUISE-TERES . . . Come on BESSY YOU ran do it'
Brockton High . Chandler Field "Give me a Break."
Kimberly Claire Cislo
Rocket . . . C.C.Ave grins Terry, workin on a night move?
TamHolLauLululSalDen Christine Remember the GRINCH?!!
Yea kids' Daytona, N.H.N.Y. make it good while it lasts! ski
crooze we're all in this together!' I must be on my way . . .
Eileen Marie Cliggot
Thanks for everything Mom — Dad . . . Ellie-can't find the
words . . IC-Elsinor . . . Looks like we made it! Chocolate
Almond with limmies Duncan 6/20/78 . . . Want to spend
my life with you babe . . . Alright-don't argue . . . Love you
Munchkin . . . The Mores . . . The Moynihans . . . Erik Estrada-
Eleanor Anne Cliggot
Mom and Dad - you're the best Eileen-can't find words John-
Nights hard rider Take it to the limit Rock+Roll Fantasv Prom
of 76&77 Duncan-Bloodv-limev The Bleachers the Sieke Phil
and Pat-VVhat a pair LA coming up School Dances |.C. gone
west Love ya! Bye
Victoria Jean Coe
Konnichiwa-Homecommg 78-Roof, ITYLLIGYLLATL-Disco. Pat?
heya pins-RA CCF fbp Don't Stop-Mmm Look at the Moon
BUDDIES-Homemade Cards-animal crackers-ballet-Roofie.
Cat, Pat. Cheryl, Mary-crazy gals-Whoops-CHEEPS-|eff -
"Time wounds all heels'' -Croucho . . .
Catherine J. Coffin
Cynthia L. Coffin
If you love something set it free, if it comes back to you it's
yours, if it doesn't, it never was. Scott 4/7/78 1st
6w/Carol&Andy twins? Warren Karbear Thanx Beach | BS1 sings
Penlid, Chris? Parties Val, where are you? NICE, San! We've
only just begun . . .
Generals gathered in their masses just like witches at Black
masses Evil minds of Blood Destruction Sorcerer of Death's
Construction In The Field's Are Bodies Burning As the War
Machine Keep's Turning Death And Hatred To Mankind:
When you part from your friends grieve not, for that which
you love in them will be clearer in their absence . . BENSMU
. . . Karbear SueLee sing . . . Carol-Mac attack! . . . B&H Ferg
. . . F.F. 76.Andy urp . . SILYA 3/13/76 . . . Window climb
Prom 78 . . . TWINS' ... 2:00 sled . . . SWA VE
David Wayne Collins
Lynn . . Yosemite . . . California . . . Soccer#1 . . . Track #1
. . . Bosox . . . PATS Celtics . . . Bruins . . . Happy Birthday Bain
Thunder Island lay Ferguson . . We are the Champions
. . Queen Bread Eagles . . Boston Kansas . . . E.L.O.
Concert . . . Steve Martin ... 3 Stooges . . . Forestry . . Feedly
College . . . Goodbye DHS . . .
D. jarrett Collins
Bradford W. Colton
X-Country . . . Track . . . Reggie . . . California . . . Lars . . .
running into the sun but I'm running behind . . . Kim . . . sail
. . . USED! sub 10 in the 2 . . . the beach . . class party . . .
hoopstar . . . Boston . . . Marco . . . skiing . . .
I wish I could remember 2nd grade Thanks Greal! . . . Love
that voice! LSB 36 Legion Baseball 7/28/78 "50 Ford" T.C.VV
C.W.E. . . . Chery l Roll it Surf! Thumper HTBW CAYVFW MC 21
Roof Box FATDKI OF . . .
Tamrm L. Col\ in
What's up. Steven? Lou slip sliding a\\a\ . . . 3m Holl\. DuH-
nise Kim. Chris . . . grins . . . T. Forest. I'm SHATTERED
WDAWN ... The races ... Prom 78 . . . Cape Cod 61-?
Concord 77 PD?BM CC Ave Midnight Raids calm down
GROUNDED AGAIN VIRGINIA? PWM SOCCER SBALL Juls
Mels Good Times Roll . . . IHTG . . .
Christine Louise Costello
Books begin, books end, but all mv endings are beginning . ,
WWW . . . FEITCTAJ . . . TM . . . you're burning my nose . . . cip
. . . Potato Compromise . . . Adventures with KK ... 4:00
shuffle NBFH-POW . . . beach attack . . . STELLA . . . S.wave . . .
Columbus Day, )en . . nod . . . Duckie . . . smile
Sandra Ferguson Cotton
Hi Kids! . . . 123, stuck again Suelee, gong . . . have a purple
cow . . . spiH, UVMBenSmu . . . promsneaks-Dunes . . . Bunzi
25. B&H-lou, 2:00 sled, bsd-Cath, paJ-Key, window climb, KB-
golf-spy . . Fla,15 floor Lau ... Cwave, beach attack . . .
Cheeks B.B., Toucha Class 3/12/77-ILY)C . . . many smiles!
Anne Jeanette Cunneen
May the roads rise with you and the wind be always at your
back . . . Life is a Turkey Trot . . . B Whalers . . . ABC or 123? . . .
Hockey . . . CIRCLE-UP' . . . DEZERAY ... THE PIT . . . COZ . . .
CCA . . . loin the F-Troop! . . . COCOA BEAN . . . Seasons in
the sun and more to come . . .
John B. Cunningham
Karen L. Cushing
Go tor it now because it won't be there long . . . Don't catch
fish catch a zzz! . . . 5B team . . . Bruins Came . . . Fent, Luca.
Hughboy. VVanthy. Dundy. Rick. Hix . . . 3 days of the Apogee.
... ILYSC ... Touch of Class ... HURDLES ... Coodtne
Duxburv . . . California bound
Butterflies are free, and so must I be . . . Free to love. Free to
learn. Free to choose, and free to turn. This the way it must
be. If I am to be me. Cookie&Sugar . . . SHS . . . Bubbles and
Palm . . . Barst&Sticky . . .
< M I
H ugh Dahlen
The Stine-Underground VY.C City Serenade Pretender Deer
Island Maine . . . Summertime B.T.W.T.
Hana Kamel Daikh
Baghdad . . . Arabian Nights . . . Learning English - WOW! It's
nice to be here!
Friday morning till Friday night Roof Riding . . Soccer3 VS
. . . Carroll sit down . . Fiat . George how's the can . . . K.$%
. . . Springsteen . . . Talk much . . . Rolling at ... Mantins,
George . . . Soccer Bus . . . Beach Time . . . Three weeks of
death . . .
The answer 2 every V question is usually within. 2 get where
we're going it matters not were we stand but how we move.
I'd rather live in peace, than rest in peace. Full moon-gross-
weekend-t-forest party. Bad luck buton. Gery-runaway for
freedom. Rolin Stones. If I leave here tomorrow will you still
Jerome B. Dewing
Golf . . . Shh the animals . . . Town Forest . . . What money Dr.
Hill'Gold rush of 78 . . . all nighters at the A frame . . . What
Blinker? . . . Sailing . . . Fubar . . . Nantucket jai Lai . . . Detec-
tive . . Datsun Tunes . . . Beach . . . Blue Max
Laughing my way thru D.H.S.
Where has all the time gone . . . Anna-banana . . Bimbo the
baby elephant . . . 1970 Impala Convertible . . . Tennis ... Ski
Loon . . . Green French Toast ... 71 Cutlass ... TO the
Salmela's I'm sorry . . . SYF . . . Hicksville USA ... I don't know
Probably . . . It's been fun but I'm glad it's over
Deborah Ann Donahue
Let the disappointments pass. Let the laughter fill your glass —
Jackson Browne . . . Mels, Gwen, just EAT' . . GINS-RTCINF
Buck's DV . . . Everything works out for the best . . . TennisRah
17, Roses CM DLD L&LFKD'S . . Better Late Than Never . . .
Devin John Dondero
Apex! Yes Concert. Dondero where do you live? Ha ha ha Yes
very good; 5b Doobs Duo, |azz Band; I can say nothing at this
time . . .
Hola UG MS in the library . . . GREENESS Happy Daze are here
again to stay . . . BARN . . . The fearsome Let's go on a hike!
The Ardina gang Boz and Bruce Paste clear Flutes? WPOD
S+ D+ R+ R Spark it up (Ter) Horror at the canal! ... No Guts
. . . Gumbats DD STB! Tech
Mathew J. Dore
Where did the four years go? Friendly's — 12. Mondays — 12
Friday — 12. Saturday — 4. S.L. Cheerleaders. Hampton Beach,
"A Summer Place". "Mouse", "Dore Matt" "Moose" The
GCoin Collector 1972.
Football =78 skynyrd York oh my muscles used to the max
Olin Head for the mountains Rossy V.A. harem M B. ex =58
Wendy s Hall track . . .
Mark D. Dovvd
"What MAN CAN CONCEIVE MAN CAN ACHIEVE." Hovering
Greyhounds? "BE ALWAYS ON YOUR GUARD SUCCESS
WALKS HAND IN HAND WITH FAILURE." STEP INTO THE
HESPERUS ROOM THANK YOU.
Chris Andrew Enemark
Hay! Yes Doobies 'N Full . . . 42078 The Harvest Rockport she's
wilder Bogged Down . . . Dive! Cathedral Ledge. Daily Dose
nothm But HG . . . SYF . . . Stan Clarkes school days have come
to an end . Ohio Give me wax on my skis . . . Crewing!
Mountain Silence . . . C&l
GuenlKn H. Evans
Good times-Wild times . . . The Belzebug Crew! HS July 9
Dana - Mels, I'll missya! LT Doodles 11/20/77 GNOHey Debs
just EAT ... BCP! Hi KBeezer & Dra! Virginia-in for the
weekend-again? The O. Bug Luca-want to dance?' Thanks
Mum! Pop-wuv va Chow!
The names Peter not Jimmy . . . Nantucket Yacht CLOP. My
father gave me a shotgun, I coughed a lot. MURPOZAX-M82.
B.T.'s My good friend Uncle Cid! Are we not men? No, we are
DEVO. Helmet? Its over my head
Paulo H. Farroco
Thank-you Rotary for the opportunity. Duxbury I will never
forget you. Soccer #1. track 1st year. States 76-78 Sean baby
. . Light . . . Snow rules . . . water sky . . Boston . . Flash
Light . . . cars . . . Springsteen . . . KB . . . Karen . . . E.T.A.
Youth is truth. Let the good times roll! Hiding on the back
streets with BRUCE. Whatta hype! Rickets, You puppy. Spanish
with the guys. That's Fallow! Hey 'Ion. LD! Through the past
and into the future, the mind will overcome. Hallo. Adieu.
Don't tell Mom and Dad I went to Virginia Keith's house
. . . "55 chevy and my poor vega . . . Chandler Field
Y.T.G.S.C . . . Al and HARVEY . . . JOHN'S MOBIL . . . "MAC"
. . Ya but what are we going to do Dave? . . . Don't tell Dad
. . GOOD BYE
Ronald Tracy Flockton Jr.
Ariel Winslow Fowler
Ronnie TENNIS IS NUMBER ONE! Originality leads my life. Prom 78,
Bummers I've got a question old Fords never die, Mr. Morse DHS Dances. French 1-4. In the VENT, Lynn. You need 4 years
just rebuilds em' Where's the directions? B and E Corner Band of lunch to graduate, Lynn + Sandy. Whaaat? E. Mass + SSL 77-
70' Imp. Rod Runs Woods Buggying Cretch I know Give me 79. NELTA Travels. DYC + Rec. Dept. BH,SC,LM,SH,PM,BP.
liberty or give me more horse power HUH? naming some. Friends + fun are forever.
Jody M. Francis Tommy Francis
Future shock adopted 4-H wide curves duckie lips Boogie-man
in the Bathroom spacemobile sarrafold traumatic br Josephine
Alexandria singing out!
Daniel John Gazzola
Mark B. Gibson
Achievement is always the result of personal effort. JAVELIN
. . . Stinger "200" . . . Reggie . . . Eileen . . . Bruins Came . . .
Race point Cape trip . . . Little Orange . . . 48 . . . SPORT! . . .
Party in Boston. Mr. Carrot . . . SYTX. 5B. 1270. Babitts. Free at
Last! in the bush . . . Dance People Dance! . . . Mike. Bill. Bros
always Toni Miss Two. Puka. T.G.I.F. Karen . . . Soon the doors
of the life will open good luck to all who pass through . . .
Hovering Greyhounds . . . Murph you S02M . . . The corrupt
one of Colton I with drano . . . Mack the Shack . . . wd . . .
gomf . . gdom . . . The big "O" ZONE . . . #8 . . . Mr. poopom
. . . Team events . . . Ricardo-M.M.A. . . . Bleed . . . BRUCE "78"
Charles Bradford Greely
"There's one there" - Toby Charles . . . 11/5/77 . . . Springs-
teen rots - Doobies RULE! . . . States 76 . . . Under the lights
... I HAATE That _! . . . Ramblin'' . HeyCliff! . . . BUDDIES-
Can't fit you in . . . It's "Him" . . . Heh-Heh Nice.. 5A Doobs
Duo . . . Izzy . . . Keepa! . . . King Tut . . . ect . . . PTCIAST
Elizabeth Arm Greene
"Tomorrow see the things that never came today." . . . Aozo-
moxoa iFe Idgas! . . . Acorns . . . Keys to the rain . . . crazy
Creek . . . Yippie . . . "What's the difference bein different
when it's difference noyv that looks alike?" — J.H.
Henrv A. Hamels
Midnight. Swanee S.A.L.O.H Loft | ). Florida in February CYO
. . . SKI . . . Trip . . . =4 . . . M.M.W.A.F.N.M.|.J.| 3hrs. under
a bush MAINE BEACH no more DHS Good Bve
Strive for the best and be reyvarded — with success . . . Hockey
. . . Skiing . . . Pinto . . . zoo mass . . nightmare . . CTTTM . . .
Bruce 78 . . . Morning Club . what accident? . . The Cars . . .
Pierpont . . .
Kevin Alexander Hamilton
Jennifer F. Hanes
Destiny-But in the great design of life we are all so pitifully
small-Rundgren . . . STEVE MARTIN . . . FHS #1 . . . Redwood
Giants . . . SL's Groovy Gals-Spud + Snuff-PABLO-B. Strei-
sand? — Time makes you bolder, even children get older and
I'm getting older, too. -TA-TA.
Sandra Anne Harris
Whaaat? AKDRWRN ... I have trouble remembering what I
forget . . . SF . . . LALCAC . . . Argyles . . . travels . . . You had to
be there. Hi Sand! Au Revoir.
SBYLI ... St. Croix in 78 . . Whale watching . . . Scubadiving
Brant rock The item . . . waterskiing . . . ELO . . . Quincy
market . . . Dr. . . Marine Biology . . . CB S. . . . Red shirt
Daniel H. Hawkins
It was the big one that got away . . . 1100 . . . DOOBS . . . just
right, keep it . . . Python . . . Bug, there is going to be trouble
. . . I'll kill you . . . too much mirth . hayride . . . good
investment ... old Man of the Sea. Where has everybody gone
Sherrie Ann Hlousek
Jeff 10/2/76 My own car? Work! Morning again? 1980 is bound
to be a good year! Prom Dear Abby The Old Gang N Y + PA.
Sean + Kelly Korky "68" V.W. Try and make others as happy as
you are and your life will be full of happiness. Bye D.H.S
Skynyrd . . . Bye
Off The Road . . . "360" . . . Bell . . . Aria . . . "CBX" . . . Trippo
... No Shift . . . "Scr" ... No Volsky ... Six Speed . . . 5/22/78
. . July . . . A B . . . Canada . . . Sixties . . . ABS . . . ?No More
"C P U." . . . "LATER" . . .
Wesley E. Horton, II
"... there is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it
so . . . " — Shakespeare — School days . . . Nightmare double
feature . . . BIZARO . . . Slow down! . . . First Class . . . D.S.G.B
... let's go boating ... Brain Damage ... Boston town ...
definitely maybe . . .
ASH-DSH; The Big A; Mushrooms; Sunday Nov. 27; ON-
WARD: Through the Fog: Monday Oct. 2: Co ask Alice;
Maine-Summer"77": December 1 "77": Redman: BCN: BOB,
hoo's; Haggett's: When this you see . . . : Sundays in Salem;
solitary confinement; Out of ]ail "79" . . .
Tina M. Hurley
Regret of the past and fear of the future are robbers of the
now. Hockey! 8-9-10 Cat in the cupboard . . B.B. License??
Charlie . . . Track C.I.P waiting boogie man in the bath-
room Ho|o's . . mon dieu . red light? Finis . . .
Hockey #1 . . . Bruins Forever . . . Mafia rules . . . M light
Hey Cwen, who did you go to the Junior Prom with??? D.H.S.
Seniors definitely UMass bound . . . Thank-you and good bye
Amy Patricia Jenness
"Get up get out of bed, Let the sunshine fill your head" . . .
MT. Manadnock ... Yes ... Green French Toast?? s.y.f. ...
lethro Tull Concert "78" . . . )oin S.A.P. . . . Rockport all my
buddies . . . YELLOW JEEPS . I am the Lord of the Dance said
He . . . Chic Corea
Jeffrey B. Kelley
Sandra M. Kelly
Beth 5/12/78 . . . D.H.S. Band and Choir . . . #355 . . . Steve . . .
V.O.B. . . . "Please, No Flowers" 1978; "Staying Alive at
Stoughton . . . 91435bj9402ab585452mk8/286/13 . . . long black
hair . . . roses ... A well trodden path shows no one set of
footprints . . . ILB . . . Thank you . . .
They say the best is yet to come, along with its responsi-
bilities, decisions and changes, but that's what life is all about,
meeting these challenges with all you've got . . . Shanna and
Steven . . . Love you . . . Bye . . . Lisa Good Luck Tennis Pro's
Bye BT It's Been Fun Betty . . .
Hold fast to dreams for if dreams die, life is like a broken
winged bird that cannot fly . . . Barnside B-days . . . C.I P. . . .
W.Va. ... Se ... CSN . . . Von . . . Belzebug crew . . . Brunch
. . . always angels . . . These are the good old days.
Lori Ann Krafft
Hold on to your dreams for one day they will become realities
... 5/20/78 ... Hey #1*? look who's over there ... Be
aggressive . . . You deef in both eyes? . . Here comes the A
. . . You had to be there ... He who fears not the future may
en|oy the present
Yello folks . . . What's-up? . . . Slip-sliding-away . . . New Years-
Eves-Eve . . . Tarn, Denise . . . Whoosh-Zepher-Bob? . . . Cape-
Cod-Ave . . . PH . . . The Camp . . . Parties with-Mrs. C. . The
C. . . . The-Home . . . Bong-show-in-Boston . . WDAWN
Midnight-Raids . . . Calm-Down . . . Quincy . . . Natural-Way
Thomas Hinckley Lanman III
List NH . . . it's the Tim Lanman Show . . . DHS Band, F. Horn;
Track, League Champs; Drama, State Comp . . 355 . . . Toabe's
. . . Snowy Days ... 70 Dodge Power Wagon . . . NRH DYC
f^FDC . . . VCB . . . Bermuda is Another World . . . Eagle . . .
Chops . . . Buck . . . Pizza Hut . . . Out of Control ... 100 End -
AUBW . . .
Susan F. Leland
Spih Bunnys 123 stuck again gong; 25th Maine roofs, hangers,
Ws, Cs swardcabs CC2 window climbing; 2:00 Sledding pa|
S'prise„Kb Bathers attacked W.A.78-TPICYCSah soo Sue-Lee
red-STOP "Everyone who asks receives; all who seek, find; and
the door is open to everyone who Knocks" . . .
Jeffrey Frank Larson
Cell nights-Whitehead! - SYF&the Mt-BOOTCHA-on it-
Doobs/Yes: 8/78- * 35 Capt.?-3 Blind Rags-Mirth-VFW-
Blues:AFS, Wear, Waste, Gordy-Bthth-Trix w/ants-Fit me in-
Hesperus Room-skills-Python-WD-4000 ft-BBIAB-8 Club-BUD-
DIES-CCS-1Cor13-Time Warp-Vicki-Have a good . . .
Eileen M. Leonard
It is when things seem worst that you mustn't quit, for success
comes only with persistence . . . Waiting!. Danny 76. On the
roller coaster C.I.P.Who me?. Corn Mon Dieu?.EEN.Skynyrd
Redlight?. Field Hockey . . . Where's my 5100.00, Pal???
VVhatz Up? Hey Fent, brain shells? Hi Bonze . . . Linge .
Rocket Hugh? Case Day . . . Hens House . . . Four Muskies
Look before you leap . . . Danny's head rolls, Bruins Came
I'm history, Later D.H.S., Much . . .
Joachim Hendrik Maartens
We arrive in this world alone-we depart alone. This time
called life is meant to share. Dankie vir hierdie jaar Duxbury,
ek sal julle nooit vereet nie. Tenkie vir jy Douwette, 1436. —
Walk together, walk together all people of the earth.
Anne Katherine Marshall
If you had wings. Next step PN) I mean PRI. Great C.C. Ave ).
Geils Daytona Beach Mrs. C. TERES - THE OZ..T. FOREST
AEAMCHRR N.H. N. Carolina Grmch . . . Lana-This car's a
boat! EVE of 77. We are all wanderers in the wilderness of this
world . . .
Cross Country . . . Track . . . Nightmare . . . Red Sox * I
Don't be afraid . . . The Impossible Dream . . . Boston . . . The
Doobie Brothers . . That's wrong . . . It's a long and winding
road . . . :MCMSHAF . . April's hopes, October's heroes . . .
Don't look back - a new day is breaking'
Joseph L. Marshall
The Datsoon SG Kingston D.I. Beach 9/20 76 What's up? BCN
. . Sure you can Hey Psycho . . . Double Wammy? The Com-
post act T.S.ed . . . bumming . . . What are you have? OM Ray
Guy Summer Sam They're out to get me ... I am finally out.
Alan R. Mastendino
Summer 78 Sweetsers Day Dreamer. Nantucket. Tony!. Family.
Get the SAWDUST!! Masda . . . Cape Cod Camping. Where's
Walters Run Silent Run Deep. Fire and Ice ... Ud's!! Next
time check the tides! Damn the torpedos-full speed ahead
Anne L. McArdle
I now bid you a welcome adoo, the microcosm of public
school. Fea rsome 4. stdtrtr. Ketzelgaatle. riding on the a-
frame. Dennis V. big sis . . . gdcsmfsobah. surrender but don't
give yourself away, thanks for the gambats feedbags popcorn
Adam Warren Mathewson
What a year . . . Hunting . . . Canoe trips . . . footbaw at Zudes
Burn Out! . . . G.U.M!B?Y! . . . Youth group . . . Sunday
Nights Guitar Trumpet . . . Love-Share tours . . . The Hay-
Donald Fenton McCall
D.Kid . . . Chief Luca . . . Soccer#9 #14 BU states . . . Uncle
and I Oh she did Bonzo Don't catch fish catch a zzz . . .
DINFE R Hugh . . . Bruins Game Case day ... HN Dan,
Hockey Captains' Accidents . Cunning TA . . . The Devil
That's all she wrote I'm history . . .
Cher\l Anne McCarthv
THE FEARLESS FOURSOME Boogie man in the bathroom
9/25/78 VVPOD S&D&R&R |OH\\Y. We hardly knew ye
SURRENDER BUT DO NOT GIVE YOURSELF AW AY SPACEY.
THEY WANT TO MEET YOU FIRST RIDING IN THE A-FRAME
G OMNOMINUS OZ ACTION
"He that lives well, is learned enough" — Ben Franklin . . .
Soccer . . . Lynn, always remember the first — SNF . . . Shirl . .
NH . . . WDW.FIorida 2/76 . . . Last minute madness . Did I
make that? .Br 5/77 (Friday the 13th) OFF"? . . . J'ai vecu
... A bientot LASLAVC C
Julie Marie McCarthy
)efire\ Stuart McCorrison
Summer of 78 w/|oan. Debb\ and Tommy . . . Green Harbor
W histler . . Sailing L.I. Freebird. D.|.B. Camping Weekends
after Labor Dav WEEI.W.F.F. Autumn Sand. Col. Springsteen.
Expose. T. Trousers. BethAnn. We are the Children of yes-
terday. Thanx to Fran, Bill and Co.
Dukes . . . Sabbath . . The Cars . . . Wan-en . . . Scott's 49
Duster power . . . Macs . . . Track 78.79 . . pole \ault . . Cow
tipping . . . PA . . . Swimming . . . Gatsby's . . . Bullet . . .
Jennifer Lee McCulloch
TNT Concert LLTSTRUB nams Cleo Cristi Hey Lavs Humarock
Beach Summer of 76 Paragon Park Hull Cemetery Kicked Out!
Love is a joy that can not be seen a tie that can not be broken
Thanks D + L Love ya S + 1 + S + S Sandi its been real AeroSmith
GBDHS Free Bird
'63 FALCON BLAST FROM THE PAST LI'L PEACH "HEY DID
WE HAVE ANY HOMEWORK"? 4/15/77 OLDIES "I HAVE A
QUESTION" SIR "IMPRESSIONS" THEY DON'T COME ANY
K.C-D.C The magic of the magician-right Sean? Sipp'n n'
Dipp'n with 3lb. Goldfish Creal? Four Muskateers Yimm'n at
5:00 Phil lips 190-See you in the mourn. VENO The Green
Death Soccer #35 B + W dots Deke '94
In each of us there is a specialness that is a gift toward others
. . . B.K. . . . California . . . New Hampshire . . . Worlds End .
FGCNKPMD-THANK YOU . . .
Christopher VV. McNffi
Carol Linda Milke
Ski and Racket Shop . . Fridav mornings . . C.B., license? . . .
The Beach . . . S.F. . . . Kev. and colt 45's . . . All night . . . The
Fiat . . . Volksee . . . Ripper . . . Too much work, too little time
. . Tennis 1-4 .
Eric March 30, 1978 Prom "78" looey Garden Bay Farm
Amanda Frank Keith's Poem North Hill 8/11/78 Alone At Last
Battle SCARS STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN Fresh'' C. Dav V\eek-
end S.CA & CC. T.C.I.F. Summer of 78 DOE + BRIAN
"Life is a mystery to be lived not a problem to be solved."
Lynyrd Skynvrd. C.A.C. remember the good times and thanks.
Soccer. Steve move it! Cindy PQ "78" If you do the work
with pleasure the work is half done vahuh' Beach, time to
Joseph Edward Moneghan
Card Spell ... 9/1/78 . . . Co ma -4/ 28/ 78 . . . ICP-WD-Keene St.
Tenn . . Green F. Toast . . . Prom . . . LTD . . . "69'-' Corvette
. . . M. Manad ... I don't know ... No . . . Pizza Hut . . . 4yrs
. . . New Mexico . . . W.J. Fishing Diving SYF Pier 4 ... 123 T. A.
L. P. at the beach . . . Here? Hey Tony Brown Mustang?
Gregory Edward Morse
OH Miss!. Drummers Have Style . . . Drums, Accounting, "In
Real Life!" ... The Beach, D.H.S.B.B.D. . . . Street Rods Rule!!
Hey Ern: Bimbo's LTDII, HUH? Bummer, My Cat Buzz!!
Friends, Where's The Directions??! Cruisin, Halifax, "You're
Late!!" Love, Life, Happiness
Life is a fight, you loose the fight you loose life . . . Football
#86. Ho, Ropemen, Boys night out Veo? LSW.NWJSCC . . .
2pm Face the facts ... Ski trip ... ME 21 Talk much?CYO.
Stalled. Millbrook Motors? . . . Don't give up hope because
that's all you have . . .
Terry Elizabeth Mullaney
- No Glory . . . Youth Group . . . Soccer b-ball . . GPPGILY . . .
MS in the librar\ . . . Help! . . . STB . . . Thanks mom + dad . . .
LBC . . . Sunrise at 5:30 . Let's go on a hike . . . |RM . . .
Kill'em . . . Texas . . . Good Friends are forever . . . happv davs
are here to stay ... PWD . . . PB det = Ginny? ... ADIOS
Lynn Cheryl Muller
Faith is knowing there is an ocean because you have seen a
brook . . . Youth Group-Vermont . . . Cath + Cin . . . Gimme a
break . SALACT.Where are you Ariel? NYEP '77-8 . . . Such a
life . . . Whaaat? . . . football games . bummer . Shirl . . .
Sandra? It's been real D H.S. Au-Revoir
Neil J. Murphy
HO\ ERI\G GREYHOUNDS EOB S02M WD VFW ... 3 Blind
Rags =18. Team Events.lake. Tvvirsh. Twoke.Critter.T.The Big
"0», -,q.. zone q wjth Drano Hey v^onkey, BOMF . . MEB.
Sleepa! . . . Commando Raid . . . Burul.GDOM, Fountain of
Groundation . . . BLEED . . .
Seany hows the rabbit . . . PIRATE . . . Doobies/Savoy 8/78 . . .
Muchos Quitapones! . . . Uhm I got sick . . . Pex ... 1:55 ...
Richid ... 880 . . Cahrall is down . . . Casey-DC . . . Whitehead
. . . Nice Abe . . . Count EM . . . TWO . . . Reg . . . Voy . . .
Andrew J. Nelson
Kathleen J. O'Neil
Sunawoopee . . . Clares . . . Green Death ... 4 WD Leg-three
months in the air . . . Black spot . . . Soccer #24 . . . Jeep . . .
Cosmos Games . . . Luca jump Much . . . Ohlin . . . Tennis . . .
What a Long Strange Trip It's Been . . . yah-yah's . . . The
Green Phantom . . . June's Treat penod. Bluefish-85 . . . Besse
. . . Wills, What Have We Done?? . . . Ruthie's ... 52 Times a
year! . . . Summer 75 in Coronado . . . TMJ . . . CyO . . . Zillian
. . . 4-Sale . . .
"Once I rose above the noise and confusion just to get a
glimpse beyond this illusion, I was soaring ever higher but I
flew too high". Kansas . . . Dinner at Reg's . . . Paula 11/22/77
forever . . . Bola you're so slow! . . . Frankets and Frog
Track, B ball, x-country#1 . . .
I left a trail of footsteps in the snow, I swore one day I would
retrace them. But when I turned around the wind had erased
them . . . P|S-LLL-S|S-Late again? . . . Marcia . . . Spacemobile
. . . Vt.-SKI . . . Dramatic events ... Eat much? . . . tunes . . .
CNO . . Yachtie . . . bye!
Andrew Pratt Nanc\ Prendergast
Tracy A. Pulsifer
To live life is to love life, so live it full, and let the least stand
in your way. We have so much to thank him for ... Sadie,
Summer fun . . . City lights. B.C.times
Katherine A. Pynn
Love comes to you and you follow . . . Yes . . . ruthies saft Lot
#5 A| rctd DDD we're late again' Fearless Foursome . . .
They took a right when they should have taken a left . . . He's
my h p. leprechaun-AMC . . .
Sox Blow another . . . Track . . . Summer 78 . . . SNOB
Chevy . . . Valles . . . 880 . . . NEW Hampshire . . . Seager
ElvisC . . . SYEXHOTBLOODED . . . ShrConv . . . Mordern
BUSH . . . Deluctable . . . Sally . . . 5MFEACFYLY . . .
Mkhele Ann Randall
Phil 8/12/78 . . . Remember Anne's Parties!? 1 . . P.A.T.B.? . . .
I.CP. yellow 10 . . . Was I going that fast Occifer? 6/24/78 . . .
Laurence . . . Boston . . . Marcus . . . the BOG . . It's been real"
. . . jellybean . . . Thanks M. and D. . . . Life is a journey not a
Richard D. Reardon
We have only Just begun . . Riff Raff . . . Mich . . . Marcus . . .
S&B'S-TT'S Halloween . . . Party . . Beach . . . Little Lao s . . .
Many Laughs . . . "Prom 78" ... 5A Bore! Goodbye DHS . . .
Thank you MBPD . . .
Rebecca L. Reid
Brake up the Monotony GNO Val. Deb. Gins So far awa\ Bear.
|. L. Soaps FREEBIRD Amherst-Bound Summer 77/78 SPRINGS-
TEEN Roses for me GLEN 3/5/77 Prom-party I call Danas room
Whats a G.Y. Harden Hill Dinner + Dip Florida madnodc DUX-
Beach We'll miss ya Mel's
Kurtas any wannas? Frank kid how's the Green Death? Vickie
6-3-78 Danny where's The Babits? )ohn where's the ?? Moms
and Pops The ones' I LOVE!! Buba where's The Heifers? Tanya
Freak Them Down! Foxy GET OFF! IN The Bush Bush . . . !!
Margaret Teresa Rogerson
Greg 4/7/78**"Maria R"****Lue*Sal*D*E*S. P.D.W.** I never
let school interfere with my education**lt's the atmosphere*
*Some people are going to like me and some aren't, so I
might as well be me, then I know the people who like me,
tic tic tic ... S = B . . . I want to add . . . we laugh in your face
P + I . . . A rocket . . . upside the head . . . Lord Brutusss
. . . If they can't take a joke . . . Leave him . . . alone he's got
swine fever — |. Lennon 1
And in the sweetness of friendship let there be laughter, and
sharing of pleasures. The Prophet Stace MMB '78 Rick, I just
heard the bad news! Stacey-flaring nostrils koik . . . Choir
Thez Sec'ty and Vice Prez. Let it be . . . Lavern'80 and gossip
lerry Thez Prez Class of 79
Beth Jean Ruediger
Pamela J. Sarro
10/23/76 . . . |ohn . . . 12/16/78 ... All is changed with time,
the future none can see. the road vou leave behind, ahead lies
mystery but all in love is fair . . . Sandy. I don't wanna be here
. . . We'll con our way out of it ... walking the beach . . .
memories . . . B\e Lisa
CHE . . . Hey. if they can't take a joke . Eat much? . . . Madge
. . . two wheelers . . . Pex . . . Do you have a comb? . . . lodes
. . . 4H ... rch . . . Suebee . . . Liane's Nabisco . . waiting .
Jefiner ... I'd rather laugh . . Pea Soup . . . Two down three
to go . . . Thank you and good b\e
\\ illiam H. Schaffer
Sherr\ I M. Sexton
Track 2.3.4. CC 23. What ever happened to the Monte Carlo.
The Che. The Cottage. Cape Trip the Cars rule. If I don't see
you no more in this world I'll see you on the next one. and
don t be Late . . . |. Hendrix
Good-B\e D.H.S. Outing Club. Band 76-78 ... Hi God! Kang-
aRoos . . . The Sunday . . . 8/7/77 . . . Canada . . . Light Blue . . .
Bolar The Caves . . . Weasels Ripped My Flesh . . . SQEAKS . . .
Duxbury Beach . . . Hey Kid . . . Rusty . . . Rats . . . Zeppelin h
. . . 8a Love can't measure itself till the hour of parting . . .
Amy B. From Norwell. And Duxbury Bridge In The winter-
4/1/78 was a Joke — 5/12/78 was a good day looking for cats
+ elephants can be fun. OLD MUSTANGS & FIREBIRDS
NEVER DIE! WORKING HARD CAN BE VERY FUN. AB-
Laurie Anne Shoulla
P.T.L! C.Y.O. SKIING ... Moe-Bermuda ... #18 Friar Tuck'
Soaps . . . wills . . O'Neil . . . R.C.T.D. . . Barnside . B-Days
. . Good Memories . . . Duck . . . "There is no present or
future . . . only the past, happening over and over again . . .
Christine Marie Simoes
To see a world in a grain o( sand, and a heaven in a
wildflower; Hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and
eternity in an hour. Plim! Prom-"78" Hey Rosey! B.L.S. 4/4/78
David Scott Sinnott
I think, therefore, I am Ihree blind rags ... Open the
window! ... Ah, on it PIRATE! ... Hot Corner #5 . . . Boo
Hee Ha B.F. . . . Big Sur, Cal . . . Abbey Road . . . Cape Diem
8th Avenue Shuffle . . . One could do worse than be a swinger
Mark Simpson of Birches . . . Kneissel ... An Effet . . .
Kurt T. Small Deborah Ann Smith
Que Pasa? Peter GT. MACHO MEN! Learning the greatest
love of all. To prepare for the time when the future becomes
the past, dreams become reality, a life style learned becomes a
lifestyle lived, to search deep enough to say I understand. EW
& Fire . . .
HEY S. F.! 4B6CBNWS Summer 75, 76, 77, 78 August 78 . . .
ARTR The days they all turn into years and still no tomorrow
appears 37 R+A Hey SF!
"There is a destiny that makes us brothers: None goes his way
alone; All that we send into the lives of others comes back
into our own." Edward Markham
William M. Stevens
Many years and many classes . . . now it is starting all over
again . . . V.W. 73 . . . Degenerates Loyaulte Me Lie. 65-79 Bong
AB DS LT
So many places to go, so many new experiences, so much to
see. A year is such a short time-how will I ever get to it all?
What a delightful problem . . . Thank you, Duxbury. I will
always remember you! Your Finnish AFS'er . . .
Memories sweeten through the ages just like wine-Brute
4/23/77 . . . Capt. Two 10pm rendezvous . . . 6 Vi OMH . . . SYF
. . . Yellow 10 . . . THIBES? WWWWHWR? . . . I.Y.M.P.R.? . . .
Linda-Flags? Mic = Dick ... ZOO! ... Na-noo, Na-noo! ...
Amos-your wallet! . . . 887BES ... My ANKLE! ... I'M NOT
DRIVING 1 . Rainbow
Ch ut k
Got to get some of that! "Summer of 78" LEAH It's a shame
Snow's are tight Going Rockin Dale Cramps is Best. OLD
ENGLISH. ••BABBIT" "Stellar Funk" "BLAM" Street Wave 1
"ONE" L E T. GOIN' A ... the way CA T III
Salty Horizons forever. Household. Casarolju. Casted 7/23/78
by Old St. Louie. Tom Petty and ). Giels. Thanks to my good
friend Erb. june on M.V. Blackout of 78 . . .
Edward Casey Tonrey
Climb High, Climb Far, Your Goal the Sky, Your Aim the Star
Denise A. Vautrain
Yello, Folks! Slip sliding away . . . Eves Eve 78 . . . Amnesia . . .
Holly Wooosh-Zephyr . . . CHARLIE & the HOME . . . Bheepup
. . Tam . . . EWOFTB-Debs? ... So far away . . . Camp-Lou . . .
Unconscious! . . . W. Va. 77-78 . . . Move it! ... CALM
DOWN!!WDWN! HiGANG! . . . LAUGH! . . . U R U & I AM I
. . . Comprend? . . . REET ... BR. THANK YOU HAVE A NICE
Party dents . . . Agarn . . . The estez . . . The Mr. Unknowable
. . . S.C . . . Gates open early . . . Bardo . . Toga tonight . . .
Ricardo us Italians got to stick together . . . "75" Monte Carlo
. . . Barbara summer of 78 . . . Prom "78" . . . ILYBB . . . Moose
boys nite out . . . Soccer "77-78" . . . Beach Parties . . . Track
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Monument . . . Soap N.E.C., raft race . . . Greenhouse parties
B.T.'s . . . Camp P. . . . Mr. K Pud a state of Nonordinary
Reality . . . Late night cruz'n in Dedham . . . Later
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BAGGED ON THE SHOE FLY HILL ... THE ISLAND . . . Many
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"Happiness was born a twin." )ack-we are of one, you and I
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n est-pas? . . . Memories light the corners of my mind-
Streisand . Thanks Mom and Dad . . .
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Happiness was born a twin . . . Kenl-wanna be my pilot fish?
. . . You know what I mean jellybean? Honda . . . Mooses
totally uninhibited . . . Thanks Mom & Dad 4 minutes! . . .
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test Thursday . . . O-O checkmate - Steve? . . . Take it to the
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there's not enough room for it here . . .
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AND HAPPINESS ... = UNLIMITED ... "And it makes me
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Blue fish-85 . . . Ruthie's . . . I'll be what I want to be . . . Maine Mark Twain
"77" . . .
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In all you do, put Cod first, and He will direct you and crown
your efforts with success . . . WYC . . . really . . . MUSIC . . .
papa gino's ... Oh well . . . dream on . . . 16th B'day vega . . .
RAE . . . nun ... St. Paul's . . . girlie . . . PPG . . . With a little
luck |D . . . Thanks Dad, Mom, Dave, )udi & Tim . . . Keep
The 1979 Girls Basketball Team no longer
stands in the shadow of other D.H.S. sports.
The Dragons have improved greatly and will
finish the year with a winning season. Their
progress results from the coaching of Don
Delorco who is largely responsible for the
Perhaps the most eventful game of the
season was that of the Dragon's triumphant
victory over Norwell, currently second place
in S.S.L. The team was defeated by the Clip-
pers early in the season, but made a tre-
mendous showing on their home court as
they edged the opponent by a sole basket, a
final score of 46-44. The win boosted both
the team spirit and morale.
Outstanding individual performances
were made by Linda Renner, Beth Berna,
Pam Childs and Bonnie Colton.
Back Row: L Renner co-captain, P Childs, B. Berna, D. Dowd, B. Benevento,
Center Row: A Cunneen co-captain, B. Colton, K McCarthy, C. Knoblock,
Front Row: L Andrews, Coach Don Delorco, D. Smith.
Under the direction of Coach Audrey Peters,
the 1979 Gymnastics Team is "the talk of the
league." Compared to last year's scores, an aver-
age of 60 points per meet, this year's Dragon
Ladies are scoring in the low 90's, quite an im-
provement over their previous season.
Susan Buechler and Cindy Weyand are the onlv
two all-arounds competing for Duxbury. Kim
Pierce is thus far, undefeated on the balance
beam. Eileen Leonard and Julie Thibodeau along
with Dorothy Ptomey, have all performed ex-
tremely well, and with the aid of the rest of the
team, look forward to a winning season.
Back Row: Coach Audrey Peters, S. Buechler co-captain, |. Thibodeau, E. Leonard, K. Pierce co-captain.
Center Row: M. Wall, D Ptomey, E. MacDonald, A. Marshall. |. McCarthy, Front Row: |. McShane, M. Quine. K.
Mahanev. C. Wevand, I Button.
The 1978 D.H.S. Boys Soccer
Team lived up to all pre — season
expectations by completing the
most outstanding season in the
team's history. Under the lead-
ership of captains Colin McEvoy
and Fenton McCall, the Dragons
once again captured the S.S.L.
title by winning all ten of their
league contests. Up to this point,
no other Duxbury team has had
such a plethora of scoring talent.
Next year will be a rebuilding
year; yet with a returning core of
underclassmen, another success-
ful year is anticipated.
The soccer team entered the
post - season tournament in
quest of the state title. After early-
victories over Rockland, Scituate,
Dover — Sherborn, the team de-
feated Dennis - Yarmouth for the
E. Mass crown. The next week,
the same two teams met for the
state title at Boston University. In
a come from behind victory, the
Dragons won the State Cham-
pionship 4 — 3.
Front row (L to R): K. Ronald. B. Doyle. F. McCall, C. McEvoy, J. McCallum,
E. Severson. Second row: D. Andrews. D. Nelson. R. Murphy, F. Andrews,
H. Dahlen, C. Tonrev, B. Burdick, |. Lucier, S Payne, ). Arnold Third row: C.
Ullathorne, S. Milke, D. Hiojlo. D. Sinnott. ). Stifler, M. Doheny, M. Miller,
C. Greely, S. Carroll, D. Dondero, R. Lougee, A. McDonough. Coach Foster
The 1978 - 9 Field Hockey Team
proved to be the finest in the league with
15 wins, no losses, and 1 tie. The Dragon
Ladies were highly praised for their skill,
speed, and intelligence. Coach Deborah
Brooks acclaimed them as her "best team
ever." Among those elected to the South
Shore League All — Star Team were this
year's tri — captains Anne Cunneen, Tina
Hurley, and Eileen Leonard, along with
junior Linda Renner and sophomore Mary
Killian. Seniors Karen Vuilleumier, Kathy
O'Neil, Stacy Bruce, Sandy Cotton and
Jennifer Peters added strength and depth
to the team. The Dragons finished an
excellent season with 11 players returning
Back Row: S. Williams, T. Barker, P. Childs, L. Renner, S. Bruce, E. Nudd, ). Oates, Coach D. Brooks,
Middle Row: S. Cotton, K O'Neil, T Hurley, A. Cunneen, E. Leonard, |. Peters, K. Vuilleumier, C.
Kates, Front Row: M. Killian, M. Oates, T. Leighton, L Heidenreich (mascot Dezi junior)
The newly formed soccer team, under
the direction of Coach Pat Shea, com-
peted on a varsity level this year. The
Dragons finished second in the Cape Cod
Bay League with a record of 3 wins and 3
losses, 6 — 5 — overall. In 4 out of 5
games played, the team narrowed its
loosing margin to within one goal. Out-
standing players Babara Benevento and
Claire Knoblock were elected to the Cape
Cod Bay All — Star Team, v\ hile Karen
McCarth\ and Robin Maconachie both
received honorable mentions. The team
was led into its first successful season b\
co — captains Tammv Colvin and Gwen
Evens, with seniors Terry Mullaney and
Virginia Butler on the squad.
Back Row: K. Beeby, R. Maconochie, K. O'Connell. |. Colley. B. Colton, M. Quine, L. Pierce, C.
Besegai, S. Quine, D. Ptomey, T. Mullaney, V. Butler, M. Mahoney, B. Bonevento. Front Row: |.
Cuneo, E. Dow, D Maconochie, T. Hojlo, G. Evens, T. Colvin, L. Kech, CKnoblock, P.). Charles, C.
Chapman, K. McCarthy, Coach Pat Shea
The football squad completed the
78 season quite successfully. Led by
captains Steve Dow, Jeff Larson, and
Dale Roberts; also by seniors Kurtis
Small, Neil Murphy, John Andrews,
Mark Dowd, George Bailey, John
Moylan, Rich Walters, Phil Balboni,
and Rob Brown, the football team
finished with an over all record of 5
— 5. One of the best records ever,
no other Duxbury Football team has
surpassed it. The future looks bright
with tri — captains Tod McPherson,
Rick Lippard, and Bill Corley leading
the way. The defense looks strong
with juniors Elwin McCarthy and
Chris Cardelle returning.
Back row (L to R): B. Kates, R. Ali, S. O'Rouke, D Cunneen, B Adamski, M. Dougherty, E.
McCarthy F. Antaya, D. Prendergast, P Faust, Front row (L to R) I Huddleston, T
McPherson, N. Murphy, I Larson, |. Andrews, D. Roberts, K. Small, B. Gorley, and I Rvan
Back row (L to R): S. Besegai, F. O'Brien. D Battista, S. O'Connell, E McCabe, |. Quilty, C.
Martin, R McCann, A. Boli, ). Markella, D. Mulrenin. B Bostwick Front row (L to R): M.
Cosgrove, C. Cardelle, S. Dow, |. Moylan, M. Dowd, R. Walters, P. Balboni, B. Wilson, R.
Brown, R. Lippard, and |. Dow. Missing: G. Bailey and C Thompson.
The 1978 boys cross country
team emerged as the best ever.
Despite a dual meet loss to mid-
dleboro early in the season, the
team came back to win the South
Shore League meet on their home
course. In post season meets, sen-
ior Keith Paton and junior Dick
Robinson led the team to a first
place finish in the State division
four race and a third place finish
in the All-State meet. Named to
the S.S.L. All — star team were
Keith Paton, Dick Robinson, and
Matt O'Connell. larret Collins,
Bryan Button, Bill Locke, and Rich
Sexton rounded out the top sev-
en. The team anticipates a league
championship next season.
The boys baseball team finished a very
successful season under the leadership of
captains |ohn Donius and Sean Sheenan.
The season will be best remembered for
outstanding individual performances and a
close bid for the league championship. Al-
though depleted by graduation, the team
will be a strong contender in the South
Girls Softball 78
Ending the season with H wins and H losses,
the 1978 softball team looks forward to a more
promising season this year. Joanne Cuneo was
elected this years captain and Adele Angers, a
senior, was chosen most valuable player.
Among the returning seniors are Cheryl Walker
and Tammy Colvin. The returning under-
classmen are juniors Barbera Benevento and
Beth Berna, and sophomores Karen McCarthy
and Claire Knoblock.
Front Row (L to R): C. Murphy, J. Moore, A. Angers, Second Row: ). Cuneo, B.
Benevento, |. Willingham, P Teravainen, N. Noel, L. Tenny. Third Row: H. Snyder, T.
Colvin, Coach Pat Shea, K. McCarthy, C. Knoblock, C. Walker, B. Berna, and S.
Back Row (L to R) H Svveetser, Coach Al Hibler, Amy Marshal. M Dickow, A. Patton, C. Cost el lo, P
Poturnicki. I Smit, Anne Marshal, T. Hurley, E Leonard, L. Muller, R. Bishop, A. Vautrain, S. Carlson, P.
Poturnicki, S. Quine, |. Francis, L. McDonald, I Peters, K. Colins, Middle Row (L to R) A. Cunneen, P,
Witham, M. Holiday, K. Killian, E Nudd, K Barnes, M Sperandio, T. Angers, L Pickardi, M. Killian Front
Row (L toR) B. Briggs, L Heidenreich, B Colton, B. Scott, C. Kates, M. Condnck missing: Dorothy
The D.H.S. Tennis Team under the coaching
of rookie |im Wilde, captured the South
Shore League Title for the fourth con-
secuti\e \ear. Senior captain Peter Deuire
led the team to the semi-finals of the East-
ern Mass. Tournament. All but four players
will return this \ ear.
Back Row: |im Wilde. W. Ho\e\. I. McElrov. N. Hawkins, C. Blair, P. Kosack Front Row: C.
McNiff, P. Dewire. T. Landers, D. Kosack, R. Dovle, W. Horton, A. Nelson
The 1978 track team had its best season ever. It became the
first team in the history of the South Shore League to win all
of its dual meets and the league meet in the same season. The
team also placed second in the state division C and second in
the state coaches relays. The season was also highlighted by
outstanding individual performances. Senior Kent Bolster set a
state record in the discus en route to a state and New England
championship. Eric Arnold and Dan Gazzola were divisional
champions in the shot put and javelin respectively. Coach
Clark anticipates another banner season. He feels the team will
be very strong in running events with particular depth in
longer distances. Look for many D.H.S. boys to place in post-
Front Row (LtoR): S. Bartlett, S. Muller, P. Weyand, M. Brissenden. T. Pyle, C Tonrey.
I \U( orrison C. Violandi, P. Faust, B. Connors, Second Row: D. Delorenzo, K Paton,
F. Andrews, D. Roberts. B. Schaffer, I. Lackey, I Collins. R Murphy, S. Carroll. M
OConnell. B Palumbo, B Button, T Lanman, Third Row: Coach Bill Barges, T. Cook,
T. Watson, K. Klein. B Locke, | Andrews, J Daikh, I Chandler, D. Robinson, K
Heneghan. E. McShane, S. Dow. E. Arnold, | Cunningham, D. Gazzola, D. McCarthy,
Coac h Reggie Clark.
The golf team continued its perennial success in ITH The team
finished 9- I in the league and advanced to the state semi-finals.
This year, there will be an entirely different varsitv team from last
year. And yet through the leadership of captain Sandy Dewing and
the consistent play of lohn Arnold, Sam and |oe Anastasi, Mike
Walker, and Jeff McGill, Coach Hayes expects another champion-
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The boys basketball team is presently in a battle tor the
South Shore League title. The boys have a hefty 9-2 mark in
league play and key wins in the later part of the season
could clinch the title. The reason for the tremendous suc-
cess of this years squad is the great depth it possesses.
Almost the entire team is made up of seniors who have had
quite a lot of basketball experience in high school. The
starting line of Gordon Cushing, |ohn Andrews, Brian Con-
nors, Dale Roberts, and Colin McEvoy is among the best in
this area, Coach Cass and the entire team anticipate the
S.S.L. title and a respectable finish in the state tourney.
Kneeling: |. Andrews and B Connors Standing (LtoR): D Roberts, K.
Paton, D. Nelson, B. Colton, S. Carroll, G. Cushing, A. McDonough, C
McEvoy, F. Andrews, I Cotton, K. Small. Missing: B. Burdick
This years cheerleading squad is made up of mostly
underclassmen. The squad consists of Seniors Debby
Donahue, Gwen Evans, and Mary Chapdelaine; luniors
Lynn Carlson. Kristen Hall, Ann Wickham, Missy Rob-
er, and Kathy Mueller; and Sophomores Heidi Cass
and jill Cadigan. The girls have had a busy year cheer-
ing tor soccer, football, hockey, and basketball. All the
girls wish to thank Mrs. Cass for her constant time and
Bottom (LtoR): Heidi Cass, Gwen Evans, Lynn Carlson. Kristen Hall. Mary
Chapdelaine. Missy Rober. and Debby Donahue. Middle: Kathy Muelleand
Ann Wickham. Top: |ill Cadigan
The 1979 wrestling team, under the leadership of new head
coach Ralph Frazier, has complied a 7-3 record so far this
season. Coach Frazier is very pleased with the amount of
dedication the team has shown despite the change. This year's
squad is marked by outstanding strength in the lower weight
classes. Seniors Jeff Chandler and John Burke lead the team in
total points thus far and Coach Frazier expects these two to
place well in post-season matches. Other members of the
team who should place well in the sectionals are: John Har-
rington, Tom Ferguson, Brian Kates, Chris Blair, Tom Pi I king-
ton, and Craig Huber. As a team, the squad has set their sights
on a first place finish in the Marshfield tournament.
Front Row (LtoR) | Harrington, T Ferguson, B. Kates, J. Chandler. | Burke. P
Blair, C. Cornellson, M. Watson. Second Row: C. Blair, T Pilkington, I Quilty, |.
Markella, R. McCann, P. Balboni. C. Huber. C, Ivester, and Coach Frazier
Front Row (LtoR): I Arnold. |. Larson I) laniello. H HameK. I Moylan. I Weld, VI.
Dovvd, N. Murphy, Second Row : Coach David Murphy, S. Neuger. |. Antaya, T. Walsh, S.
Powell, |. Lackey, D Hoijlo, K. Heneghan, |. Condrick, assistant coach jay Desmarais, M.
The varsity hockey team is 1-5 thus tar in the South Shore League.
Yet the majority of these losses have been decided by only one or
two goals. The team is captained by Seniors Mark Dovvd, Henry
Hamels, and Neil Murphy. Although it does not boast a winning
record, the squad has not shown a lack ot enthusiasm. The leading
scorers are Neil Murphy and Sophomore |ohn Antaya and the
defense consists of )im Lackey, |ohn Arnold, left Larson, and Scott
Powell. With each game, the hockey team improves tremendously,
and next year should be no exception, for among the returning
players are: |im Lackey, lohn Antaya, lohn Arnold, Kevin Heneghan.
|a\ Condrick, Scott Powell, Tom Walsh, David Hijlo, Steve Neuger,
and Mike Leonard.
The 1978-79 Girls X-Country Team finish-
ed a fine season winning 5 of their 6 meets,
one short of the S.S.L. Title. Coach Al Hibler
looks forward to next year's team with
young talent moving up and experienced
runners remaining. "Next year we are going
to win it", he stated with confidence. He
explained that the real talent lies in the |un-
ior Class with All-Star team members Paula
Poturnicki and Liz MacDonald, both con-
sistently strong runners, leading the pack.
The Dragons ended their season placing
Eleventh in Division 3 of the State Meet.
Both Anne Marshall and Maria Storjo (an
A.F.S. student from Finland and a strong
backup for the team) were senior members
and will be the only two runners not return-
ing next year.
Back row: L. Benjes, V. Butler, K. Mueller, L. Renner, \ Fowler Cenler Row:
D. Donahue, E. Dewire, |. Keller, C. McCormick, Kate Lucier, Coach Faith
"Duxbury's 1978 Girls Tennis Team was tal-
ent-laden", says Coach Faith Heneghan. With 6
returning lettermen and 6 talented newcomers
the girls swept through the S.S.L. to win their
7th consecutive league championship. The
Dragons reached the semi-finals of the Mass.
State Tournament before loosing to Weston,
the eventual East. Mass. and State Champion.
Playing for Duxbury in the regular line-up were
Ariel Fowler, Linda Renner, and Kathy Mueller,
termed bv Weston's coac h to be the best 1, 2,
\ singles punch in their schedule. In doubles
Emily Dewire, Susan Park, Debbie Donahue,
Kate Lucier, and co-captains Cathy McCormic k
and loan Keller were consistent scorers, ably
assisted by Liz Benjes, Virginia Butler and Paula
The Photography — Audio — Visual Club
Amy ]enness, Tom Hagnev, Tim Green, Karen Bulu, |oe Harnen, Mark Underhill, missing from picture: Ken Costello,
The Photography —
Audio — Visual Club has
an important function in
Duxbury High. Any audio
equipment in the school
is bought and maintained
by the club. The students
tape many of the drama
productions and special
events that come to the
school. They also tape ed-
ucational programs from
television to be used as
Sponsor: Harry Gunnarson
The Duxbury High
School Key Club's main
objective is to practice
good citizenship, its
motto being "resist indif-
One of their many pro-
jects is a cleaning detail
at the Duxbury Beach
parking lot. Thev aid the
Duxbury Council of
Churches in the canned
food drives during the
and Easter seasons. For
Mother's Day, they assist
the Kivvanis Club in spon-
soring a Pancake Festival.
The Key Club year is
concluded by sending
several members to the
New England Key Club
convention in Harwich.
Sophomore: loan Sullivan, Susan Nylen, Emily Dewire, Richard Sexton
junior: Ellen \ylen, Kathv Mueller, Mary Ellen Mahoney, Kim Larkin.
Senior: Laurie Shoulla, Sandv Dewing, Chervl Walker, loan Vienneau.
The D.H.S. Drama Club, in conjunction with
Thespian Troope #355, is one of the most active
organizations in the high school. Over 250 indi-
viduals display their talents in areas of acting,
music, scene design and technical production
throughout the year. Two festivals, a musical, and
a three-act play are annual presentations, along
with a regional competition entree. Last year's
entree was chosen as a statewide finalist and
performed at Boston's Hancock Hall. Heading
this large company is Richard C. Miller as coor-
dinator of dramatics, and the Thespian officers:
Jerry Bayer, President; Anne Ruderman, Vice Pres-
ident; Laurel Keith, Secretary; Jeff Bradford, Treas-
urer. Drama is a unifying part of the D.H.S. which
prides itself on "acting well its part, for there all
erry Bayer, President
Laurel Keith, Anne Ruderman, Jeff Bradford.
Mr. Bristol — Advisor
The Chess began this year with ten members. Since, it has grown and expects to compete on the inter-high school level. It
offers each member a chance to learn, enjoy, and master the game of chess.
This year, the D.H.S. Choir
has grown to include sev-
enty-five members. Per-
forming three concerts each
year, the music ranges from
classical Motzart and Bach
to jazz and spirituals. Aside
from the regular concerts,
the choir performs at both
elementary schools and trav-
els to several nursing homes
in the area.
The choir is conducted by
Captain Roger )arvis and is
governed by this year's
officers: President — loan
Vienneau; Vice President —
Laurel Keith; Secretary —
Pam Sarro; Treasurer — Jeff
Mr. Galvani — Advisor
Mr. Meier —
Mr. Chamberlain — Advisor
Mr. Mueller — Advisor
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The Dragon Hut, our extremely successful school store, is run entirely by the Distributive Education
class. Students have a chance to learn all aspects of business.
From the football season until Graduation Day, the D.H.S. Band,
under the direction of Arthur johnson, put a great deal of time and
effort into preparing for, and performing at, concerts, parades, and
This year's first activity was as a support group for the football
team, where it thrilled spectators with excellent half-time perform-
ances, often to standing ovations. Later, the\ traveled to Boston and
elsewhere to musically support the soccer team.
The Brass Choir, Woodwind Choir, and Jazz Ensemble, three fine
groups composed of band members, fulfilled numerous requests to
play at various in-town and out-of-town events besides their regular
Individual band members were honored by their selection to play
at SEMSBA and District festivals.
It has been a busy and exciting year, and the band looks forward
to next year when the> will bring more people pleasure with their
The D.H.S. music program became
complete this year with the Christmas
debut of the Duxbury High School Or-
chestra. Directed by lames Vinci, the de-
velopment of the string program has been
going on for five years. Their first per-
formance was beyond the expectations of
even the most cultured audience.
Playing pieces by Dvorak, Bach, and
Handel, the orchestra succeeded in ex-
citing the audience to a standing ovation.
The climax of the concert was the com-
bination of the choir, with numerous
alumni and faculty, and the orchestra
performing the "Halleluja Chorus" from
The orchestra has alsio participated in
string workshops, exchange concerts, and
various festivals, including the Greater
Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra.
The A.F.S. has enjoyed a very eventful and successful year.
With the help of Mrs. Wiedmann and Mrs. Stone, our
advisors, we worked on a variety of projects. One of these
was an International Cookbook, compiled of recipes from
around the world. We participated in a short term exchange
with the A.F.S. Club in Rockville Center, N.Y. Also, a new
fund raiser idea, the "Penny Roll" was a financial success to
the Duxbury High A.F.S. chapter.
Maria Storsjo from Finland and )o Maartens from South
Africa are the foreign exchange students this year. Maria,
staying with the Weyand family, participated in the Senior
Class Play and found it to be as hectic as it was exciting. )o
is a guest at the home of the Prosl family. He is a member
fo the D.H.S. band and has really proven that music is an
The A.F.S. has had a rewarding year through these events
and the special people taking part in them. The club is
looking forward to next year being as much fun and as
much of a learning experience as was this past year.
Kenneth Sachs John W Mill Francis Sabol Michael Russo
Industrial Arts Princ ifj.il Social Studies l'h\si( ,il Education
Millicent lenness, Office Secretary Lisa Smith, Home Economics
Art Chair Person
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44 Main Street Park Avenue 72 Summer Street
Plymouth Plymouth Kingston
746-4600 747-0200 585-2740
Duxbury Pla/a Marshtield Plaza
Dr. Russell Harrington
Dr. Peter Wiemeyer
POLYESTER and WOOL
P. O. Box 1 1
25 Depot St., Duxbury Cross Roads, Duxbury
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10-5:30 Sat. 10-5, Sun. 1-5
Located in the
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Duxbury Gardeners Inc.
Proudly offers quality and creative landscape
design & construction services
Sod Lawns & Shrub Planting
Brick & Stone Walls. Walks & Terraces
Railroad Tie Walls & Stone Driveways
Grading & Land Clearing
Complete Ground Maintenance
Mowing & Cleanup. Tree Remo\al
Pine Bark Mulch. Loam. Railroad Ties
Jay C. Desmarais
Carl leigbron ~fteorb
Railroad &ve. -man-
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Duxbury Crossroads - 19 Depot St.
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Where a fashion adventure is a bright red door away.
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SERVING ALL INSURANCE NEEDS
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P.O. Box 1807
25 Depot St.
Du\bur\ Gardeners Inc.
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"INSTANT SOD LAWN" and Seed Installations
SHRUB PLANTING • PRUNING • GRADING
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL MAINTE-
Design and Construction
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ANTIQUES AND CURIOSITIES
16 Chestnut Street - P. O. Box 1363
Duxbury, Massachusetts 02332
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BEST WISHES TO THE MEM-
BERS OF THE GRADUATING
CLASS OF 79
SENATOR ALLAN R.
INSURANCE + BONDS
441 Washington St. Duxbur\
SNUG HARBOR 934-5102
The National Honor Society, recently revitalized as an active
organization, is composed of students recognized for their
strengths in four areas: scholarship, service to school and
community, leadership and character. Since they have been so
honored. Honor Society members feel it's a privilege to serve
others. At biweekly meetings, students decide on projects to raise
money for scholarships or other services to the community.
Induction ceremonies were held in December and May. Twenty-
seven seniors and ten juniors were inducted into the Duxbury
High chapter on December 15, 1978. Members of the Marshfield
High School chapter assisted in the ceremony. Officers: President,
Steven Antonellis; Vice President, David Whittum; Secretary,
Vicki Coe: Treasurer, Charles Greeley; Sponsor, Mrs. Cooke.
Wes Horton "Boris" Kathy Whitehouse
Editor-in-chief Layout Eel. Literary Ed.
Dave Sinnott; Anne Cunneen — Sports Eds.
Anne Ruderman - \ctivities Ed.
Hilary Brown; Susan Leland — Financial Eds.
Betsy Greene - Art Ed
This is not the end.
It is not even the beginning of the end.
It is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.
Darren Blundell - Photography Ed
Duxbury Free Library