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DUXBURY FREE LIBRARY 



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PARTRIDGE 

1984 



i/olume 57 

Duxbury High School 

>aint George Street 

)uxbury, Massachusetts 02332 





In Memory 

Olin Hackett was a wonderful person 
with many friends. During his stay at 
Duxbury High School, he grew tremen- 
dously both in knowledge and under- 
standing. Olin, as a member of the A.V. 
staff, was involved in many aspects of 
school life. He had qualities which en- 
deared him to many. He will be dearly 
missed. 

Catherine Murphy's personality was 
her greatest gift. Everyone used to joke 
with her about the fact that she giggled 
after almost every sentence she spoke. 
She never wanted anyone to be sad. Her 
parents, brothers and sisters, friends and 
the children she cared for will miss her; 
Cathy's legacy is joy and love and a 
sweetness seldom found. 




2/lntroduction 



Contents 




Friends In My Past 




People In My Past 




Memories In My Past 




Games In My Past 





Leaders In My Past 




Supporters In My Past 



To The Class of 1984: 

A century and a half ago, our town of Duxbury was known 
primarily as a community of shipbuilders. Within a mile or so 
of the present high school building, hundreds of graceful 
sailing ships were built and launched. These sleek and lovely 
craft spread their billowing sails in our bay, and went forth to 
ply the oceans of the world. Each of these vessels was unique. 
Each had been shaped for specific service. And, each vessel 
had its own destiny. 

In many ways, the ceremonies surrounding the final days 
of senior year resemble the launching of an even more pre- 
cious flotilla, our Duxbury High School graduates. Like 
those sailing ships of an earlier time, each one of you is truly 
unique, each is an authentic original. For nearly two decades, 
your parents, the schools, the churches, and the community 
have collaborated to ready you for graduation day. Now, the 
time has finally arrived to send you out into the world to 
undertake that labor, to fulfill that destiny, that is uniquely 
your own. 

As you prepare to set sail from this safe and pleasant 
harbor, please know that our lives have been greatly enriched 
by your energy, your joyfulness and your talents. Good luck 
on your impending voyage, and may God richly bless each of 
you. 

Sincerely, 

Seldon V. Whitaker, Jr. 
Superintendent of Schools 



4/lntroduction 




Congratulations to the Class! Yours is a good record. You 
have reason to be pleased with your successes in scholastic 
fields as well as in the many school activities in which you 
have participated. 

You will find that the same characteristics of civility, hard 
work and intelligence that have brought you success in this 
school will also have the same results in your later life. My 
prediction, and also my fondest wish, is that the years ahead 
bring you all a full measure of happiness and success. 

John W. Hill 
Principal 




To the Class of 1984 — 

It has been a genuine pleasure to have worked with this 
class and come to know each of you. You have grown and 
developed into a fine group of young men and women that are 
a source of pride to everyone at DHS. 

As this important part of your life comes to an end — take 
a moment to pause before beginning again. Recognize and 
accept the emerging cycle of your life: What is past surely 
cannot be recaptured and what lies ahead will inexorably 
pass. 

Cherish your life and your strengths and use them both 
well. May each of you enjoy health, happiness and lives that 
are truly rich in meaning and satisfaction. 

Sincerely, 
John R. Pierce 
Assistant Principal 



Introduction/5 




6/ Introduction 



Dedication 



Have any of you noticed the absence 
of a certain business teacher this year? 
In addition to the energy and enthusiasm 
she contributed to the classroom, she 
was also the only woman to sell tickets at 
the DHS football games. She will be 
most remembered by the yearbook staff 
for her invaluable assistance in launch- 
ing the 1984 yearbook. We are hard 
pressed to live up to the example she set 
with the 1983 yearbook. So, if you ever 
happen to be in Montville, New Jersey, 
and you see a rather preppily attired 
woman racing around in her BMW, be 
sure to wave hi to the person to whom we 
are delighted to dedicate this yearbook 
— our friend, Mrs. Mary Kelly. 



Introduction/7 



Places In My Past 



There are ladies in my life 
Lovely ladies in these lazy days 
And though I never took a wife 
May I say that I have loved me one or two 
Of the people in my past 
Fading faces in a waking dream 
And though they never seemed to last very long 
There are faces I remember 
From the places in my past 
I said all the dead head miles 
And the insincere smiles 
Sometimes I can laugh and cry 
And I can't remember why 
But I still love those good times gone by 
Hold on to them close or let them go 
I don't know I just seem to sing these songs 
And say I'm sorry for the friends I used to know 

by James Taylor 



8/ Introduction 



Friends In My Past 

Seniors/9 




Philip Charles Caliendo 




Michael A. Carbone 



14/Seniors 




James Gardner David 



18/Seniors 




Christopher C. Fallows 



22/Seniors 




Patricia M. Haffev 




Lee Hanes 



26/Scniors 




Christine McCarty 



34/ Seniors 




Spencer Nelson 



38 /Seniors 




42/Scniors 




Paula Sjostedt 



46/Scniors 




54/Seniors 



Missing 



Myron Connor 
Karen Gambino 
Tracy Govoni 
R. Ward Jones 
Scott Ludwig 
Rosemary McGrath 
Philip K. McNiff 
Ashley Nykiel 
Sally O'Donnell 
Emmett Sheehan 
Thomas Shields 
Jeffrey Tougas 




Chris gives the benediction. 




Tag . . . awake? 



Seniors/55 




58/Seniors 




62/Seniors 




Seniors/63 



When I Was Young 



Standing on the bridge, 

I watch the flowing water;* 

The red and yellow leaves 

Float down the cool« clear brook 

I throw a stono in flie air; 

It lands mid-stream 

Leaving ripples for a short time. 

Memories of times like this 

Last only for a day, 

Soon tucked away in my mind. 

A little girl on a bridge.. 

- H.G. 



64/ Seniors 




People In My Past 

Underclassmen /65 



Mr. Levine 

C. Allen, D. Allsop, D. Amado, B. Anderson, M. 
Andrews, S. Armstrong, R. Armstrong, T. Arsen- 
ault, H. Baker, B. Barclay, W. Barker, M. Barrett, 
M. Bartlett, A. Bayer, S. Beaudry, A. Bell, T. 
Blakeman, R. Bonner, J. Borhek, D. Boschen, M. 
Boyden. E. Brennan, J. Brigham, J. Burke 



Mr. Lauzier 

M. Burke, S. Burleigh, S. Cadigan, P. Callanan, 
W. Callander, G. Capraro, J. Carleton, M. Case, 
S. Cass, P. Cataldo, J. Cicierega, J. Cislo, M. Cli- 
sham, R. Cobb, M. Coe, N. Collins, T. Collins, C. 
Connelly, A. Cordeiro, E. Corvelli, E. Coughlan, J. 
Coughlan, D. Coulsey, C. Crandell 



Mr. Merna 

D. Crane, S. Crockett, J. Crumlish, J. Davis, M. 
Delorenzo, D. Deveney, K. Diozzi, K. Dipersio, S. 
Dolloff, R. Doucette, D. Dougherty, P. Dowd, M. 
Drake, R. Drake, P. Dulany, E. Durgin, K. Eaton, 
M. Eldridge, S. Ellison, C. Errasti, N. Fallon, E. 
Fallows, E. Fekete, T. Ferrell, D. Flaherty, E. Fol- 
kart, T. Frattasio, I. Frazer 




Mr. Merna 



66/Underclassmen 



Mrs. Brough 

A. Gates, A. George, K. Gifford, L. Gilbert, C. 
Gillespie, C. Grealy, J. Greene, Robert Greene, A. 
Guillemin, E. Hacker, S. Hanlon, M. Hannan, H. 
Hardy, S. Hasenfus, J. Hatfield, J. Hauber, S. 
Hayward, M. Healey, C. Hill, C. Histen, H. Hol- 
brook, G. Hopee, J. Hughes, S. Hundley, C. Hur- 
ley, T. Hussing, W. Jacques 



Mr. Delorco 

P. Janousek, B. Jewett, L. Keaney, W. Kearney, P. 
Kehoe, K. Kelleher, T. Kelly, V. Kelly, B. Kenne- 
dy, E. Kennedy, L. Kennedy, T. Kennedy, J. Kerri- 
gan, D. Kiklis, T. Kilduff, R. Kilroy, M. Kinney, 
C. Knight, L. Knox, A. Koplovsky, C. Krahmer, C. 
Kubicki, D. Lagerstedt 



Mr. Murphy 

G. Lamoureux, A. Lauzon, C. Leary, K. Leydon, 
D. Luce, S. Luscko, S. Maass, D. MacCormack, J. 
Maclntyre, R. MacWalter, B. Maddock, J. Ma- 
guire, D. Mahaney, D. Mahoney, N. Malmberg, 
C. Manley, J. Martin, R. Martin, J. McCarthy, 
W. McElroy, G. McFarland, R. Mclnerney, A. 
Mcintosh, C. Mclsaac, M. McKelvy, G. 
McLaughlin 




Underclassmen/67 



Miss Hibbett 

M. McLaughlin, H. McLean, J. McLean, L. Me- 
deiros, B. Melville, M. Mercier, D. Merry, G. Mer- 
ry, J. Moe, A. Morris, B. Mowbray, M. Munsey, 
C. Murphy, W. Murphy, P. Nappellio, P. Nathan, 
P. Needleman, E. Neuger, J. Norton, P. O'Brien, 
T. O'Brien, C. Ochtera, J. O'Hare 



Miss Powell 

P. Oliver, J. Pagel, C. Partridge, R. Paton, P. Pelle- 
tier, C. Perkins, C. Perry, J. Pescarino, T. Pink, L. 
Pittsley, S. Plett, S. Poliskey, V. Purin, P. Quilty, 
A. Rand, M. Rankin, K. Reagan, E. Redler, T. 
Reed, C. Ricci, L. Richards, A. Ryan, M. Sals- 
man, C. Sanderson, D. Santos, S. Satkus 




Don't ask me. 



68/Linderclassmen 



Mrs. Dunn 

S. Saunders, R. Scarbrough, T. Schindler, K. 
Schippers, M. Schofield, G. Schwaller, D. Sci- 
betta, M. Scott, M. Seamon, E. Sexton, C. Shee- 
han, C. Sheehan, B. Shoulla, L. Silvia, E. Sjostedt, 
T. Small, M. Smith, A. Spalsburv, T. Spear, C. 
Tagney, K. Tassell, C. Themistokleous, R. Thibo- 
deau, M. Thomas 



Mrs. Lehman 

W. Thomas, P. Thorn, K. Thrasher, C. Tougas, C. 
Tribuna, P. Turner, N. Upham, V. Vadas, J. Ver- 
ell, J. Walsh, K. Walsh, A. Waterhouse, H. Wat- 
son, Lisa Watts, R. White, K. Whittum, M. Whit- 
tum, T. Wilcox, S. Wilson, D. Winterson, M. 
Wolff, D. Wood, B. Zee 




Underclassmen/69 




Mrs. Gouzoules 

C. Agnew, C. Allen, M. Andrews, J. Anzivino, D 
Archibald, L. Archibald, J. Arnold, R. Ayles, G 
Baldwin. J. Barbetti, S. Barker, C. Barlow, E 
Barnes. K. Barrows, T. Bartlett, M. Beauchemin 
L. Beckman. J. Benevides, J. Bernier. J. Bice, M 
Binney. L. Bishop, W. Bondlow, S. Bowden, L 
Bowen, K. Bowser, L. Boyd, K. Brooks 



Mr. Chamberlain 

M. Brown, E. Buonagurio, E. Buonagurio, M. Bur- 
rill, R. Callanan, P. Capraro, C. Carroll, D. Ca- 
taldo, G. Cheetham, L. Chubb, C. Ciccarelli, R. 
Clapp, S. Clisham, M. Collins, S. Condrick, S. 
Connolly, B. Cook, S. Cook, J. Costa, J. Costello, 
T. Costello, T. Costello, R. Coughlin, S. Courtiss, 
J. Crocker 



Mrs. Mulcahy 

J. Daley, E. Davis, J. Defreitas, J. Deloid, L. De- 
lorenzo. J. Delregno, S. Deveney, J. Dewolf, K. 
Dimascio, P. Dipersio, E. Dixon, M. Doble, J. 
Doonan, K. Doonan, R. Drake, D. Dresser, I. Dun- 
das, C. Dunlap, K. Dunphy. S. Dwyer, A. Dziewit, 
D. Edmunds, G. Enzie, P. Evans, D. Fallon, R. 
Fawcett. J. Ferrari, D. Fisher 




■ 



70/Underclassmen 



Mrs. Stone 

M. Fogarty, L. Foisy, K. Foran, J. Forfia, S. Fra- 
zier, K. Frederick, D. Fultz, R. Gage, E. Gal- 
lagher, A. Gardner, K. Gearin, G. George, J. Fib- 
bons, K. Gilman, C. Gormley, J. Graham, W. 
Greely, J. Greene, S. Haffey, A. Haight, M. Hall, 
P. Hannan, K. Harnan, N. Harrington, T. Har- 
rington, J. Harrison 



Mrs. Sylvia 

R. Hatch, J. Hill, M. Hitchins, L. Holden, T. Hov- 
ey, T. Hovey, C. Hoxie, J. Hughes, K. Ingram, J. 
James, S. Jensen, L. Johnson, M. Jones, K. Judd, 
S. Kane, K. Kaplan, R. Kearney, C. Keefe, S. 
Kelleher, M. Kennedy, S. Kennedy, [. Kilgour, N. 
Kjellerstedt, K. Kloiber, A. Korites, N. Kosak, J. 
Krafft, K. Kriegel, S. Landers 



Mr. Clark 

D. Lawrence, J. Leahey, J. Leary, K. Leary, C. 
Lederer, B. Lefevre, T. Leighton, B. Lheureux, P. 
Lipfin, R. Lipfin, S. Looke, A. Loring, M. Lucier, 
C. Lunt, K. Lutz, J. Lynn, H. Macdonald, K. Mac- 
farlane, M. MacLaughlin, S. MacNevin, B. Mac- 
Tavish, C. Maddock, J. Mann, C. Manning, M. 
Marconi 




Mrs. Sylvia 



Underclassmen/7 1 



Mr. Dunn 

N. Marks, C. Martin, C. Martin, H. Martin, P. 
Martin, S. Martin, M. Marzioni, M. Mastrovita, 
K. McCarthy, D. McDonough, R. McEachern, P. 
McEvoy, M. McGovern, C. McGrath, M. 
McLaughlin, E. McLean, J. McMahon, T. 
McMann, W. McNeil, D. Meallo, G. Mercer, T. 
Millis, C. Moreau, B. Morgan, M. Mulcahy, J. 
Mullen, S. Murgo, C. Murphy, M. Murphy 



Mrs. Ballard 

K. Newkirk, R. Newman, P. Noyes, J. Nykiel, B. 
Oates, K. O'Brien, K. Olson, C. Orwig, G. Park- 
man, C. Pelletier, C. Pelletier, C. Perkins. R. Pes- 
carino, D. Pisani, K. Poturnicki, S. Pouliot, B. 
Powers, A. Price, M. Quintal, E. Ramsay, P. Ran- 
dall, M. Reed. S. Reed, A. Rehfield 




Trying to trip the teacher, Alison? 



72/Underclassmen 



Mrs. Coombs 

G. Riemer, J. Riley, T. Riser, S. Roberts, J. Robin- 
son, J. Robinson, M. Rosen, B. Ross, M. Ryan, C. 
Salo, N. Salvatore, S. Samuelson, C. Sarro, M. 
Scammell, L. Schippers, M. Schluter, H. 
Schneider, E. Schultz, S. Schultz, L. Scott, W. 
Scott, K. Shamma, P. Showstead, J. Shyloski, M. 
Simoes, P. Simpson, T. Spear, P. Sprosty, B. 
Stone, J. Stone 



Miss Driscoll 

B. Such, J. Sugerman, D. Switzer, G. Thevenin, R. 
Thibodeau, T. Toselli, R. Tougas, T. Treganowen, 

C. Tyng, D. Vokes, K. Walker, D. Wall, N. Walsh, 
J. Welch, C. West, D. Wetherbee, P. Whelchel, K. 
Whitaker, S. Wilbur, P. Williams, M. Wison, H. 
Winberg, R. Winterson, H. Woodmansee, M. 
Wozniak, C. Zahnzinger, M. Zammito, N. Zam- 
mito, C. Zicko 




I have to finish it by fifth period. 



Mrs. Simmons 

J. Alabiso, W. Albritton, J. Anderson, J. Ander- 
son, E. Archibald, G. Atwood, K. Baker, W. Bar- 
agwanath, J. Barlow, S. Barrett, B. Bell, M. Ben- 
oit, G. Bernard, L. Bishop, L. Bishop, R. Blag- 
brough, C. Bonner, M. Bouthillier, N. Bowen, S. 
Bradley, J. Bruno, K. Burr, S. Burrill, J. Burton, 
H. Campbell, E. Cannata, A. Capraro 



Mrs. Dowling 

L. Carroll, E. Carter, A. Ceccarelli, V. Chrusz, P. 
Ciccarelli, J. Cobak, T. Coburn, C. Cooper, E. 
Cordeiro, J. Corn, J. Cosgrove, K. Cosgrove, T. 
Costello, A. Cote, M. Coyne, S. Crosby, W. 
Crothers, C. Curtin, M. Cushing, A. Daley, A. 
Davis, P. Denicola, P. Deshaies, R. DeVaux, P. 
Dipersio, D. Dobecki, D. Dobson, T. Dolan, E. 
Donaldson 



Mr. Redente 

C. Donovan, M. Doscher, M. Drinkwater, D. Dris- 
coll, A. Duffy, A. Dunphy, J. Durgin, M. Durso, K. 
Dwyer, C. Dziewit, E. Eaton, T. Eddy, S. Eldridge, 

D. Fallon, R. Fallon, T. Fallows, E. Felts, A. 
Fencer, C. Fencer, M. Fitzmaurice, S. Flaherty, 
M. Foley, P. Francis, W. Francke, M. Frantz, K. 
Frazier, B. Freeman, D. Frith 




Mr. Redente 



74/Underclassmen 



Mrs. Cook 

E. Gage, D. Gale, B. Gallagher, S. Gigliotti, C. 
Gillig, K. Gilmore, S. Grealy, J. Greene, R. Gregg, 
C. Guccione, S. Gunther, R. Hagan, E. Hagney, T. 
Haley, B. Haller, A. Hannan, M. Harmon, L. Har- 
ris, S. Hawes, B. Healey, K. Healy, M. Herriger, 
C. Hill, J. Horesta, E. Horgan, J. Hutton, K. Ger- 
ety 



Mr. Bristol 

E. Hughes, A. Hynes, K. Johnson, L. Johnson, A. 
Jones, J. Jubett, H. Kane, V. Kerrigan, D. Kilduff, 
K. Kloiber, I. Knoblock, C. Knox, K. Kocke, B. 
Koplovsky, K. Krahmer, K. Kubicki, S. Lagace, D. 
Laporte, K. Leary, J. Leedham, M. Leonard, P. 
Lewis, J. Lincoln, C. Lovejoy, A. Lowe, A. Lozier, 
C. Lunt, R. MacDonald, J. Macek, H. MacKen- 
zie, D. MacWalter, H. Mann 



Mrs. Crandell 

D. Mahoney, J. Mahoney, M. Maiellano, S. Ma- 
luchnik, S. Manning, D. Marsocci, D. Martin, S. 
Martin, C. Mason, D. Mastrangelo, G. Mattivello, 
J. Mayo, J. McCann, W. McCarthy, S. McGirr, 
G. McGrath, B. Mclsaac, N. McKelvey, D. 
McNeil, J. McPherson, J. Medeiros, S. Melvin, K. 
Merrifield, J. Merry, K. Merry 




Underclassmen/75 



Mrs. Sullivan 

M. Miele, D. Mishkin, D. Mitchell, S. Mitchen, K. 
Moore, K. Morin, D. Morison, S. Morison, J. 
Muller. D. Mumford, B. Munro, S. Nandor, L. 
Napier. S. Nappellio, P. Narkunas, J. Nee, C. Ni- 
chols, J. Nightingale, H. Nudd, H. Nykiel, M. 
CTDonoghue, S. O'Toole, M. Oates, D. O'Connell, 
L. Olsson, S. Osborne, R. O'Shea, R. Palmer 



Mrs. Schindler 

A. Pannozzo, G. Paton, V. Pennington, K. Peo- 
trowski, D. Pepin, A. Phillips, N. Piaseckyj, J. 
Pilkington, T. Pink, L. Poinier, S. Powers, N. Pre- 
bola, H. Prosl, L. Raftery, K. Reagan, M. Redler, 
D. Reed, K. Reed, K. Rehfield, K. Rich, B. Rich- 
ards, F. Rizzo, A. Roberts, A. Ronald 



Mrs. LeRoy 

S. Satkus, M. Saunders, M. Saunders, K. Scam- 
mell, C. Scarbrough, C. Schneider, T. Schneider, 
K. Schofield, S. Sergi, S. Shamma, B. Sheehan, L. 
Sheehan, A. Showstead, D. Shumway, C. Silvia, 
R. Sjostedt, M. Slattery, S. Smith, L. Sorrento, J. 
Stadelmann, J. Stahl, J. Stevens, J. Stewart, J. 
Sullivan, S. Sullivan, C. Sundstrom, S. Sylvester, 
T. Tate 




76/L'nderclassmen 



Mr. Lynch 

C. Tewksbury, E. Themistokleous, A. Thevenin, J. 
Thomas, P. Tibbetts, R. Tilley, H. Tily, J. Tougas, 

D. Tufankjian, C. Wait, J. Wait, S. Wallace, K. 
Walsh, S. Walsh, C. Way, J. White, J. Whitte- 
more, S. Wielenga, B. Wiggins, D. Wilkin, J. 
Wills, H. Winn, Troy Winston, K. Wolf, T. Worm- 
ley, D. Worobol, M. Young, S. Zoltowski 



Mr. Frazier's Gym Class 

K. Scammell, R. Blagborough, C. Curtin, J. Co- 
bak, L. Bishop, P. Francis, T. Gage, D. Mishkin, 
M. Saunders, M. Leonard, D. Mumford, T. Cos- 
tello, M. Maiellano, D. Tufankjian, A. Panozzo, P. 
Narkunas, B. Bell 




Smile! 



Underclassmen/77 



vivid Memories of where ive been 

in Years gone by 

pass thru my mind 
im not sure what the 

Present means 

At this time 
but i Soon will know 

what the fuTure holds 




Memories In My Past 

Student Life/79 



Angel (?) 




Officers and exchange students 



AFS 



AFS is an organization promoting 
cultural understanding. AFS, which 
stands for American Field Service, was 
originally begun as an ambulance ser- 
vice in World Wars I & II. After the 
wars, people involved decided to begin 
sending young ambassadors to foreign 
countries. AFS sponsors full year and 
summer programs for Americans to live 
abroad and for foreign students to live in 
America. In Duxbury this year we are 
hosting two students — Anita Vikenes 



from Norway and Paolo Sacchi from 
Italy. We have also sponsored Kelly Fal- 
lon's year in Venezuela, made possible 
by the fruit sale held by the adult chap- 
ter in January. 

This year the student club participat- 
ed in a Short Term Exchange with a 
Long Island community just outside of 
New York City. When the Valley 
Stream club came to Duxbury in No- 
vember, activities included a game of 
mud soccer, a pizza party, and a trip to 
Boston. In December our club went to 
New York and enjoyed visiting their 
school and going to New York City dur- 
ing the Christmas season. It was a sue- 



Foreign legion 



What the hex! 




First row: A. Thevenin, N. Merrifield, K. Clack, S. 
Hawkins, A. Ducharme, B. Gibbons 
Second row: K. Brooks, N. Fallon, M. Mendoza, 
A. Vikenes, A. Ideka, K. Whittum, T. Spear, H. 
Garland, M. MacLaughlin, M. Collins, J. Hat- 
field, S. Crockett, J. Purin, M. Whittum, 
Third row: L. Kennedy, P. Myers, D. Kiklis, D. 
Sapp, P. Sigrist, K. Schwaller, M. Lase, A. Spel- 
lacy, A. Hartwell, L. Holden, P. Sacchi, T. Davis, 
M. Raftery, E. Rizzotto 



AFSers galore 



cessful exchange, and we began to un- 
derstand how different other parts of the 
country were from Duxbury. 

Throughout the year, we participate 
in activities with the Plymouth and 
Marshfield clubs and meet other ex- 
change students from the South Shore. 
Our advisor, Linda Coombs, has been 
very helpful for the past three years in 
running the club. We would like to thank 
her for her help and advice in planning 
this year's activities. 

The officers for the 1 983-84 year were 
Kim Clack, President; Sarah Hawkins, 
Vice-President; Ann Ducharme and 
Nancy Merrifield, Co-Secretaries; Julie 



Hawkins, Treasurer; and Betsy Gib- 
bons, Short Term Exchange Chairman. 



Student Life/81 



Dragon Flyer 



The all new high school newspaper 
The Dragon Flyer began this past fall 
with its first edition. It is a monthly 
newspaper supported by local advertise- 
ments and a fee of 25c. 

The paper is an outlet for student cre- 
ativity in areas of writing, interviewing, 
taking pictures, drawing, editorial writ- 
ing, observing, and reporting. In addi- 
tion, the newspaper serves as a forum for 



student expression of concerns, and an 
opportunity for those involved to develop 
interpersonal skills and new social rela- 
tionships. 



S. T. O. P. 



The Duxbury High School Chapter of 
S.T.O.P., Student/Teacher Organiza- 
tion to Prevent Nuclear War, was 
formed last year. The group is concerned 
with preserving the future of students by 



taking action to reduce the risk of a nu- 
clear war. It supports the Freeze as a 
beginning to arms limitation. Although 
students are not able to vote, S.T.O.P. 
believes that it is important that students 
do not become apathetic. 

The group has supported the Anti- 
Euromissile campaign and has aided in 
the repudiation of the Civil Defense Cri- 
sis Relocation Plan. The members will 
study the presidential candidates for the 
1984 election and will support the one 
who makes the stopping of the arms race 
a top campaign priority. 



First row: E. Rizzotto, L. Salvatore, J. Alabiso, P. 
Tibbetts, J. Mahoney, M. Whittum, J. Graham, L. 
Mulcahy, M. Beauchemin; Second row: Mr. Le- 
vine, T. Davis, B. Woodman, H. Garland, A. Bay- 
er. C. Hill, P. Myers, D. Kiklis, P. Janousek, J. 
James, G. McFarland, Mr. Webster; Third row: 
M. O'Hare, P. Sigrist, K. Schwaller, C. Gillespie, 
J. Hughes. T. Simpson, A. Hartwell, T. Carpenter, 
M. Healey, M. Barrett 




K. Laudermilk, C. Morelli, A. Bayer, M. Whittum 



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Monopoly Club 



Early in the year, several students 
voiced an urgent desire for a Monopoly 
Club. Assessing the situation, Mrs. Sim- 
mons decided to cash in on the prevalent 
enthusiasm and volunteered to be advi- 
sor, which was her good deed for the day. 
Actually she did not volunteer, but she 
was railroaded into it. We had our first 
meeting in her classroom, and we've 
been on a roll ever since. There was ex- 



citement from the word "Go", and ev- 
erybody had a lot of funds. So if you're 
ever bored, walk down to one of our 
meetings. You can bring a friend, or just 
come aloan. 



Y. A. F. 



Duxbury High School's first and only 
multi-issue political organization, the 
William E. Simon Chapter of Young 



Americans for Freedom broke new 
ground once again. During the latter 
part of the third year of the Reagan re- 
naissance, the chapter published the first 
issue of The World View, Duxbury 
High's first newspaper concerned princi- 
pally with domestic political issues and 
international affairs as well as commen- 
tary on the local status quo. 

YAF's main objective during 1984 is 
to support the renewed candidacy of 
President Ronald Reagan and to oppose 
the proliferation of a nuclear freeze. 



First row: B. Gibbons, J. Smith, D. Briggeman, C. 




Coakley 

Second row: M. Raftery, E. Rizzotto, K. 
Schwaller, P. Sigrist, T. Carpenter, A. Spellacy, T. 
Simpson, A. Brady, S. Oates, J. Purin 




First row: P. Doucette, J. Foran, A. Stewart 
Second row: J. Greene, M. O'Hare, D. Dresser, S. 
Stewart, E. Carter, C. Agnew 



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S. Wallace, R. Gilgan, D. Ayles, W. Zicko, M. 
Whittum, P. Myers, P. Dulany 





Boys and Girls State 



gram gives "hands on" experience in 
that each Boys and Girls Stater takes an 
active roll in forming and operating their 
own town or city. Also, each participant 
runs for offices on the local, state, and 
national levels. Positions held can range 
from town clerk to United States Sena- 
tor. 

Many people gain the thanks of this 
year's participants. First, Legion Post 
#223 for making the trip possible. Also 
thanks must be extended to the staff and 
councilors who made the time worth- 
while. While having fun was stressed, it 
can honestly be said that no stater came 



away without a feeling of pride, accom- 
plishment, and a little confidence. 



Chess Club 



The chess club was formed by a group 
of students who wished to play chess. 
Each member puts his or her skill 
against other members. All would like to 
thank Mr. Meier for his help. 



Every year the American Legion 
sponsors Boys and Girls State. The Boys 
State program was held at Clark Uni- 
versity, and the Girls State was held at 
Bridgewater State College this year. 
Each year several students are selected 
from the Junior Class to represent Dux- 
bury. These students learn more about 
the American political system. This pro- 



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K. Schwaller, P. Sigrist, T. Carpenter, S. Devaux, 
J. Purin, T. Simpson, S. Stewart 




Bob Dylan . . . Point-Counterpoint . . . 
Goldfish Crackers . . . and a man named 
Stig: These are all parts of the wonderful 
world of the Subterraneans — A world 
where talk is cheap, paranoia strikes 
deep, and all the normal physical laws of 
reality are suspended. We at the SHN 
(serving the DHS community for nearly 



1 8 months) would like to thank our doz- 
ens of faithful readers for making 1984 
our best year ever. 



P.A.C. 



The performing arts committee was 
formed in order to bring artists to Dux- 
bury High School. The group suffered 
setbacks with the closing of the audito- 
rium, but struggled on to bring about the 
Brad and Andy Show and the Chris Bell 
Magic Show. 



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NHS 



This year the Duxbury High School 
Chapter of the National Honor Society 
has had perhaps the largest membership 
ever. The Honor Society has been able to 
participate in many activities such as a 
donation of over $200.00 worth of toys to 
the Children's Ward of Jordan Hospital. 



In addition, the tutoring program has 
continued successfully. Carnation Day, 
a highlight of the school year, was spon- 
sored by the society. 

In December, the NHS inducted 37 
new members. Mr. James Buechler was 
the guest speaker at the ceremony and 
spoke about the philosophy of honor. 
The Jazz Choir and Jazz Band enter- 
tained at the reception. 

Membership in the NHS is based on 
excellence in the areas of scholarship, 
leadership, character, and service. This 




New members taking their pledges 




Guest speaker Mr. Buechler 



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year's officers are: President, Kim High; 
Vice-President, Steve Oates; Treasurer, 
Mike Raftery; Chapter Secretary, Chris 
Coakley; Secretary of Publicity, Hugh 
McDonough. 



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First row: M. Munsey, D. Mahoney, C. Coakley, 
H. Hanes, M. Walsh, K. High, M. Raftery; Sec- 
ond row: J. Fusile, P. Haffey, K. Hatch, T. Toselli, 
J. Hatfield, K. Wall, A. Ducharme, J. Hawkins, L. 
Francke, A. Spellacy, E. Whelchel; Third row: J. 
Smith, C. Meallo, L. Delano, N. Bedder, J. Dris- 
coll, K. Clack, S. Hawkins, L. Neuger; Fourth row: 
B. Gibbons, M. Mendoza, A. Guillemin, K. 
Thrasher, K. Dipersio, C. Hill; Fifth row: E. Riz- 
zotto, S. Satkus, G. McFarland, A. Bayer, B. Mow- 
bray, C. Gillespie, J. Pescarino, S. Hundley; Sixth 
row: H. McDonough, P. Janousek, S. Oates, R. 
Edmunds, P. Sigrist 



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First row: S. Hawkins, A. Ducharme, B. Gibbons, 
R. Edmunds, C. Coakley, E. Rizzotto, T. Carpen- 
ter, A. Spellacy, J. Foran, 
Second Row: T. Merry, M. O'Hare, K. Schwaller, 
P. Sigrist, R. Meier, A. Hartwell, J. Hawkins 




First Row: M. Mastrovita, L. Poinier, C. Scar- 
brough, S. Hundley, B. Mowbray, L. Schippers, S. 
Clisham 

Second Row: S. Stewart, K. Wolf, A. Dunphy, K. 
Wall, P. Weyand, T. Hojlo, L. Hacker, J. Hatfield, 
T. Kilduff 




Student Council 



The 1983-84 Student Council had a 
successful and productive school year. 
The main goal of the Council was to im- 
prove communication between students 
and the Student Council representatives. 
This goal was achieved through a fre- 
quently updated bulletin board, and an 
active communications committee. 

The Student Council is composed of 
five members from each grade level, who 



are elected by their peers. The Council 
would like to express their deep appre- 
ciation to Mr. Fernandes, for all his un- 
derstanding and hard work. 

In addition to improving communica- 
tion with the student body, the Council 
worked closely with the Student Adviso- 
ry Council, enabling the two groups to 
accomplish their goals. The Student 
Council ran the community and school 
blood mobiles, and sponsored a dance in 
March. 

The 1983-84 school year was produc- 
tive, as well as rewarding. For the first 



time, in the spring of 1983, the privilege 
to vote was on a voluntary basis, instead 
of taking place during the homeroom pe- 
riod. This system proved to work ex- 
tremely well, and will be implemented in 
the future. The Council elected the fol- 
lowing officers: Polly Weyand, Presi- 
dent; Nancy Kolstad, Vice-President; 
Sabrina Hundley, Secretary; and Terri 
Hojlo, Treasurer. Meetings were held 
every other week. Mr. Fernandes, the 
Council advisor, played a very important 
role in all the activities. 



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Student Council Officers: S. Hundley, N. Kolstad, 
P. Weyand, T. Hojlo 



National 

Merit 
Scholars 



The Class of 1984 is proud to have 
twenty students who have been recog- 
nized by the National Merit Scholarship 
Program. Over one million students each 
year participate in this program by tak- 
ing the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude 
Test. Fifty thousand of the highest scor- 
ers receive some form of recognition. 



Thirty five thousand of these high scor- 
ers will be named commended students 
and will be sent a letter of commenda- 
tion. These students score in the top 5% 
nationally. 

The fifteen thousand highest scorers 
are notified through nationwide public 
announcement. These semifinalists re- 
ceive consideration for scholarships. 

The semifinalists represent less than 
one-half of one percent of the nation's 
senior class. Semifinalists who qualify as 
finalists advance in the competition and 
compete for more than five thousand 
Merit Scholarships. 



The class of 1984 has seventeen com- 
mended students and three semifinalists. 



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Student 
Advisory 
Council 



The Student Advisory Council con- 
sists of five annually elected members 
from all four grades. This year's mem- 
bers are: Amanda Brady (grade 12), 
Amy Bayer (gr. 1 1), Bobby McEachern 
(gr. 10), Wendy Francke (gr. 9), and 
Amy Cecarelli (gr. 9). 

The S.A.C. serves as a bridge between 



the administration and the student body. 
The representatives attend school com- 
mittee meetings where they voice stu- 
dent opinions. Members meet periodi- 
cally with Dr. Whitaker, Dr. Gerhart, 
and Dr. Zabierek to discuss relevant is- 
sues. In addition to this role, various 
members of the S.A.C. serve on small 
administrative committees to investi- 
gage specific issues. 

Morning 
Announcements 



The Morning Announcements staff 
meets each morning to inform the school 
of the days happenings. Teachers, advi- 
sors, and coaches write messages to the 
student body, which we then announce 
along with the Pledge of Allegiance and 
a moment of silence. Most of us have 
been with the organization for a few 
years. However, next year there will be 
only one remaining announcer, so we 
will be looking for a few new voices. We 
have enjoyed working in this field of 
communications. 





Morning Announcements: E. Whelchel, P. Myers, P. Simpson 



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Key Club 



The Duxbury Key Club is a communi- 
ty service group made up of high school 
students. The purpose of the club is to 
better the high school community by 
providing various services the club feels 
are needed. The Key Club sponsored a 
canned food drive during Thanksgiving 
and donated a food basket at Christmas 
for the needy families of Duxbury. The 
group has also performed several service 
projects including weeding and painting. 




First row: L. Barrow, N. Kolstad, Second row: J. 
Fusile, P. Caliendo, E. Carroll 



In addition, the group looks forward to 
planting beach grass on Duxbury Beach 
and hopes to sponsor a dance. New 
members are always welcome. 



First row: P. Sacchi, C. McEachern, M. Mendoza, 
L. Holden, K. Newkirk, J. Fusile, P. Caliendo, G. 
Tufankjian, E. Carroll, J. Luscko Second row: 
Mrs. Smith, H. Garland, L. Barrow, N. Kolstad, 
A. Norton, K. High, E. Rizzotto, M. Raftery, T. 
Davis, M. MacLaughlin; Third row: T. Spear, K. 
Laudermilk, J. Comer, E. Butts, W. Tirrell, D. 
Sapp, M. Mercer, R. Blundell 




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Band 



The Duxbury High School Band un- 
der the direction of Ric Madru has 85 
members playing wind and percussion 
instruments. 

This year the Marching Band had a 
marching and maneuvers instructor, Joe 
Nee, to work with the band at evening 
rehearsals and at Saturday morning 
practices. The Band performed at home 
football games and for the first time par- 
ticipated in the Marching Band Jambo- 



ree held at Abington High School. The 
Marching Band also performed in the 
Homecoming Parade, pep rallies, and 
the Memorial Day Parade. This year's 
field conductor is Gretchen Schwaller 
and soloists in the Halftime Show were 
Tim Hovey, Mike Munsey, Sabrina 
Hundley, Chris Keefe, Tom Hovey, Ker- 
ry Leydon, Amy Ceccarelli, and Dave 
Mishkin. At one of the football games, 
the McDonald's Corporation made a 
special presentation to senior Erick Riz- 
zotto in recognition of his talent and ac- 
complishments as a part of the National 
McDonald's Band. 

The Concert Band performed in the 
Christmas Concert, Spring Concert, 



Graduation, and at two school assem- 
blies. Individual members of the group 
performed well in District and 
S.E.M.S.B.A. auditions. Nine members 
were selected to perform with the South- 
eastern Mass. District Band. Four of 
these were given All State Recommen- 
dations. District members were Sabrina 
Hundley, Tom Hovey, Tim Hovey, 
Chris Keefe, and Geoff Capraro. All 
State Recommendations went to Merri 
Rosen, Kristen Budnikas, Erick Riz- 
zotto, and Michael Munsey. 

In addition to the Marching and Con- 
cert Bands, selected students performed 
in smaller chamber groups such as the 
Brass Ensemble, the Musical Pit Or- 



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chestra, and the new Pep Band that 
plays at home basketball games. 

This year's officers are: President, Sa- 
brina Hundley; Vice-President, Bill 
Benjes; Secretary, Kerry Leydon; and 
Treasurer, Liza Poinier. The librarians 
are Jennifer Leedham and Kim Burr. 

The Band Manager is Mike Munsey, 
and the Assistant Manager is Ed Can- 
nata. 

The members of the Band are: Flutes: 
S. Hundley, K. Budnikas, L. Poinier, K. 
Leydon, M. Hannan, G. Schwaller, L. 
Harris, V. Pennington, L. Boyd, J. Hor- 
esta, N. Kjellerstedt, M. Foley, L. Silvia, 
S. Eldridge, S. Gunther, S. Giggliotti, B. 
Folkart, S. Crosby, T. Tate, S. Burleigh, 



A. Roberts, M. Hall, H. Campbell; 
Clarinets: L. Barrow, J. Leedham, A. 
Lozier, J. Ciccarelli, A. Ceccarelli, A. 
Dunphy, J. DeLoid, S. McGirr, J. 
James, L. Johnson, P. Janousek, D. 
Worobel, J. Kennedy, C. Moreau, K. 
Burr; Bass Clarinets: E. Rizzotto, S. 
Satkus, N. Harrington; Alto Saxa- 
phones: B. Benjes, D. Mishkin, D. Fultz, 
P. Narkunas, S. Smith, J. Thomas, J. 
Greene, B. Cook, E. Cannata; Tenor 
Saxaphones: C. Perkins, S. DeVaux, M. 
Drake; Baritone Saxaphones: M. Mun- 
sey, S. Nandor; Trumpets: T. Hovey, C. 
Keefe, T. Hovey, J. Jubett, A. Hannan, 

B. Scott, A. Hynes, L. Bishop, M. Leor- 
nard, T. Costello, M. Coyne; Horn: D. 



Mitchel; Trombones: T. Greely, K. 
Moore, A. Phillips, K. Scammel; Bari- 
tones: M. Maiellano, A. Vikenes; Tuba, 
G. Capraro; Bass: D. Bannerman; Per- 
cussion: J. McDonough, S. Armstrong, 
B. Bell, J. Crocker, J. David, D. Fisher, 
D. Flaherty, C. Gage, L. Sheehan. 




Choir 



Choir continues to be an active group, 
especially during the holidays. Concerts 



included performances of "The Night 
Before Christmas" at the Alden and 
Chandler schools, assemblies at the In- 
termediate and High schools, and the 
traditional singing of the "Hallelujah 
Chorus" with the added voices of facul- 
ty, friends, and alumni. The Christmas 
Chorale performed at Lord and Taylor's 
and the Mayflower Mansion. 

The Jazz Choir sang for various civic 
and community groups, supported by a 
new rythm section. They were a featured 
group in the March Concert. 




First row: K. Whitaker, S. Plett, J. Leahy, K. Ger- 
ety, J. Hughes, L. Pittsley, A. Thevenin; Second 
row: L. Johnson, M. Doonan, J. Folkhart, J. 
McMahon, S. Shultz, J. Pescarino, J. Martin, M. 
Mulcahy, Mrs. Gordon; Third row: H. Nudd, K. 
Foran, M. Cushing, D. Lagerstedt, K. Starr, P. 
Sjostedt, E. Hagney, J. Graham, C. Histen, K. 
Powers, B. McEachern, P. Simpson 




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Jazz Band 



State Graduates. 



Flag Squad 



This year's Jazz/Rock Ensemble un- 
der the direction of Ric Madru per- 
formed for the National Honor Society, 
School Assemblies, Concerts, the Dis- 
trict Jazz Band Festival, and the Jazz 
Festival at Scituate High School. They 
are featured every year at the annual 
July 3rd outdoor Concert and the July 
4th parade. One of this year's highlights 
was playing in the Newton Marriott for 
the State Convention of the Jobs for Bay 



This was the first year of the Flag 
Squad. The Flag Squad is a percission 
marching unit that appears with the 
band at football games and in parades. 
The Flag Squad instructor is a former 
DHS graduate, Jacqui Nee. Assistant 
instructor and leader of the group is Jen- 
nifer Nee. The Flag Squad has after- 
noon and evening practices during marching season. 




A. Thevenin, E. Hagney, L. Pittsley, J. Mahoney, 
J. Nee, H. Tily, J. Daley, J. Sugerman, K. Eaton 



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C. Coakley plays violin 



T. Riser plays with great concentration 




The following musicians are in the Orchestra: 
First Violins: D. Lagerstedt (principle player), C. 
Coakley, A. Bayer, K. Kaplan, G. Mercer, B. 
Richards, M. Whittum, H. Winn. Second Violins: 
R. Palmer (P.P.) J. McCarthy, W. Franke, K. 
Hatch, N. Zamito, T. Riser, H. Kane, J. Doonan. 
Viola: S. Landers (P.P.), K. Kriegal, K. Whittum, 
L. Holden, R. Blagbrough. Cello: N. Piaseckyj 
(P.P.) M. Cushing, T. Richards. Bass: B. Munroe 
(P.P.), P. Showstead, J. Moe. Flutes: S. Hundley, 
K. Budnikas, Clarinets: L. Barrow, J. Leedham. 
Oboe: M. Rosen. Trombones: T. Grealy, K. 
Moore. Trumpets: C. Keefe, T. Hovey, J. Jubett. 
Tuba: G. Capraro. Percussion: B. Bell, C. Gage, D. 
Fisher, D. Flaherty. Bass Clarinet: E. Rizzotto. 
French Horn: D. Mitchell. 



Orchestra 



The 1983-84 Duxbury High School 
Orchestra under the direction of Mr. 
James Vinci has 50 members on string, 
wind and percussion instruments. The 
orchestra performs at Graduation, the 
Christmas and Spring Concerts, and as- 
semblies for the school. The Musical 
Highlights were "the Overture to Wil- 
liam Tell" and "Searchin' for an An- 
swer." 

Christine Coakley is this year's stu- 
dent conductor, Mark Whittum is or- 
chestra librarian, and Kate Whittum is 
orchestra representative. 

An integral part of the high school 



orchestral program are the students who 
select orchestra as a major and play in 
the small orchestra. They performed nu- 
merous assemblies throughout the Dux- 
bury Schools. 

Three Duxbury orchestral students 
were selected for the Senior District Fes- 
tival: Nina Piaseckyj, Amy Bayer and 
Donna Lagerstedt, with Donna and 
Amy receiving All-State recommenda- 
tions. In its sixth year, the orchestral 
program has continued in its dedication 
towards the attainment of musical excel- 
lence. 



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Kim Knox crowns Jenny Smith 



ou ale coidially invited to attend the 
S)uxhuly Siigh School 

Qunioi Class Qiom 
on the thiiteenth of 3Aay 
nineteen handled and eiqhty-thiee 
fiom six-thiity until midnight 

at Chiisto's II 
in Brockton, 31 assachusetts 



Amy Chandler and Buster McCarthy 



The Queens and their escorts danced to 
JUniOr PrOm the song "Up Where We Belong" and 

_ _ were shortly joined by everyone else. The 
festivities concluded at twelve thirty, 
After a long year at hard work, Polly and a good time was had by all. 
Weyand, Prom Chairman, and the Prom 
Committee ran a very successful prom. 
It was held on May 1 3, 1 983 and surpris- 
ingly was a very lucky night. At six thir- 
ty people made their way up to Christo's 
II in Brockton. After dinner and social- 
izing, the Prom Queens were chosen by 
the chaperones. Amy Chandler and Jen- 
ny Smith were the runners up while 
Chrissy Duffy was chosen as the Queen. 




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Lisa gets in the last word. 




Prom Queen and her Court 



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Homecoming 



Thanks to Mr. Pierce Homecoming 
was a great success this year. He moti- 
viated each class to become involved in 
the preparation of the homecoming fes- 
tivities. Doug Bean and Eric Giumetti 
livened the atmosphere with their amus- 
ing commentary. Each class presented 




an entertaining skit to "psyche up" the 
crowd for the football team. 

Senior Homecoming Queen was Amy 
Chandler. Her court consisted of Jenny 
Smith and Nancy Molinari. The Kings 
were David White, Jimmy Ryan, Matt 
Herriger, and Todd Paige. Underclass- 
men royalty were as follows: for the Ju- 
niors, Lisa Medeiros, Queen, was escort- 
ed by Stephen Hasenfus; the Sophomore 
Queen, Signe Jensen, was escorted by 
Mike Wozniak; Andrea Lowe, Fresh- 
men Queen, was accompanied by Mike 
Frantz. 

Concluding the weekend, the victory 



Good move 62! 



over the Hull Pirates drew massive 
crowds to the dance featuring East 
Coast. All together it was a well-orga- 
nized, enjoyable weekend. 




Seniors in togas 



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England 



Early in the summer of 1983, a group 
of eleven intrigued D.H.S. students took 
a trip to London, England. As chaper- 
one, Mr. Sullivan was a jolly good chap. 
Although some students were nearly lost 
on the beautiful London Underground, 
most found the city extraordinary. 



In addition, from Engelond to Caun- 
terbury they wende, the holy blisful mar- 
tyr for to seeke. Oxford and the colourful 
Blenheim Palace, home of the Duke of 
Marlborough, were also stops on the 
group's trip. It was an exquisite holliday. 

The group included L. Boyd, C. 
Broadwater, T. Davis, K. Gormley, K. 
Hatch, M. Keefe, K. High, A. Korites, 
G. Merry, M. Raftery, K. Whitaker, 
and, of course Mr. Sullivan. 



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Girls without glasses 



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FRESHMEN 



This year's Freshman Class officers 
were active raising money for future 



events, selling candy at home basketball 
games and sponsoring a dance. The offi- 
cers are: President, Charlene Bonner; 
Vice-President, Anissa Roberts; Trea- 
surer, Gail McGrath; Secretary, Amy 
Duffy. 



SOPHOMORES 



After finishing up their freshman year 
as one of the most financially successful 
first-year classes, the class of '86 has not 
slowed its pace. 



After several meetings in the late 
summer and through the fall, Home- 
coming '83 was all planned and ready to 
go. A great percentage of the class pre- 
pared for and took part in the weekend's 
festivities. It turned out to be a definite 
"group effort". 

The class also sponsored an excellent 
dance late in October and the officers 
have several more really fun fund-rais- 
ing ideas for the spring. 
President: Lauren Holden 
Vice-President: Kristy Olsen 
Treasurer: Albert Price 
Secretary: Susie Haffey 




K. Olsen. L. Holden. S. Haffey. A. Price 



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JUNIORS 



The Junior Class has been concentrat- 
ing on raising money to insure the suc- 
cess of their upcoming prom, being held 
on May 4, 1984 at Christo's II in Brock- 
ton. The school received a tremendous 
amount of support from the entire class 
throughout Homecoming Weekend and 
the workshops held prior to it. As a result 
of this support, the Junior Class won the 
prize of best float in the parade. They 
have already sponsored two dances, one 



of which featured a band comprised of 
DHS students. Another dance is being 
planned. Their successful year is due to 
the fact that so many are active and in- 
volved. This year's officers are: Presi- 
dent, Lisa Richards; Vice-President, 
Denine Alsop; Treasurer, Mary Wolfe; 
and Secretary, Tracy Small. 



SENIORS 



This year's Senior Class Officers are 
quite experienced in the operation of 



school functions. The senior class trea- 
sury is one of the largest in the history of 
the school. The reason for this is the 
magnificent leadership the seniors have 
provided, and in this case the five class 
officers. Their efforts were witnessed by 
those who attended the Junior Prom. 

The officers are: President, Paul 
Leary; Vice-President, Kim Hatch; 
Treasurers, Chris Coakley and Breena 
Welch; and Secretary, Patty Haffey. 




D. Alsop, L. Richards, M. Wolfe 




K. Hatch, P. Leary, P. Haffey, C. Coakley 



Student Life/ 109 



Fall Tournament 



Well, the sophomore class finally got 
their act together. Their production of 
"Nobody Sleeps" kept the audience and 
the judges on their side, winning them 
the trophy and two acting awards. Not 
far behind were the juniors with three 
awards, and the freshmen with two. Ac- 
cording to the rules, the first class to win 
three consecutive tournaments, retires 
the trophy. 




flHHHMHHHMnBHHBHHHHPiBBI 

First row: K. Clack, J. Hughes, M. Whittum, P. 
Williams, S. Hall, P. Dipersio, D. Dresser, S. Sulli- 
van, E. Hagney, J. Daley, K. Brooks, L. Delorenzo 
Second row: D. Kiklis, M. Hall, P. Simpson, B. 
L'Heureux, N. Kjellerstedt, G. Schwaller, P. Tib- 
bets, J. Mahoney, L. Harris, J. Alabiso 
Third row: D. Sapp, K. Walsh, P. Dulaney, P. 
Sigrist. S. Devaux, K. Schwaller, P. Myers, A. 
Thevenin, D. Hagney, J. Foran, A. Spellacy, E. 
Bartlett, J. Purin, T. Simpson, J. Hughes, K. Di- 
Persio, B. Hauber 

Fourth row: N. Zammito, E. Whelchel, S. Wal- 
lace. T. Carpenter, A. Hartwell, W. Zicko, Mr. 
Miller 



Nobody sleeps at the Busby home. 



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Drama 



The Duxbury High School Drama 
Club is a very active organization 
opened to all students in the school. The 
club puts on ten shows each year: the 
Fall Tournament (3), the Senior Class 
Play, the Musical, the All-School Three 
Act, the State Competition Play, and the 
Spring Festival (3). Anyone is welcome 
to join the club at any time during the 
school year. 





Don Dresser in costume John Purin as Sir Lucius O'Trigger 



The Three Act 



On Stage in the Good Knight The- 
atre 



1 12/Student Life 




The Good Doctor 



The 1983 Senior Class Play, held De- 
cember 9 and 10 at the D.I.S. audito- 
rium, directed by Pat Miller and Paige 
Myers, starring Tag Carpenter, with a 
supporting cast of Donna Ring, Steven 
DeVaux, Heather Hanes, Todd Merry, 
Kim Clack and the amazing Hawkins 
sisters, John Purin, Ted Simpson and 
many, many more, was a great success. 






The Governess 



The Good Doctor 



Student Life/115 




Thespian Troupe 



International Thespian Troupe #355 
is the local chapter of the International 
Thespian Society. It is an honorary soci- 
ety devoted to the furthering of theatre 
arts. Membership is earned by exper- 
ience on and back stage. The Thespian 
motto embodies the spirit of the organi- 
zation: "act well your part, for there is 
where all the honor lies." 



I I6/Student Life 



POINTILLISMI — ST 1 



. ._ * i i 



First row: C. Morelli, E. Butts, J. Smith, L. Dela- 
no, A. Doane, B. Mowbray, K. Schippers 
Second row: J. Leahey, B. Gibbons, C. Coakley, N. 
Merrifield, H. Garland, A. Spellacy, J. Davis, B. 
Shoulla, 

Third row: L. Raftery, P. Janousek, J. Leedham, 
M. Bartlett, M. Raftery, P. Kehoe 




Club Members 



Officers: N. Merrifield, H. Garland, A. Spellacy 



Spanish Club 



This is the first year Duxbury High 
School has been fortunate to have start- 
ed a Spanish Club. The club provided a 
way for students to learn about Hispanic 
cultures, music, food and traditions be- 
yond the regular classroom. 

Planning fiestas, making pinatas and 
learning words to popular Spanish music 
are only some of the activities of the 
club. Everyone is welcome to join, no 
matter how many years of Spanish he/ 



she has had. The advisors are Mrs. Leh- 
man and also Miss Powell. Officers are 
President Nancy Merrifield, Vice-Presi- 
dent Ann Spellacy, and Secretary/Trea- 
surer Hillary Garland. 



Student Life/117 



Jobs for Bay 
State Graduates 



Jobs For Bay State Graduates kicked 
off the year with a highly successful inia- 
tion and installation ceremony. The pro- 
gram included speeches by Superinten- 
dent of Schools Dr. Seldon Whitaker 
and local attorney James Angevine. 
Mary Nudd was installed as president of 
the organization, which advises students 
how to deal with the business world. The 
evening was concluded with a talk by 



First row: P.K. McNiff, Liz Pouliot, Ms. Betsy 
Cuddy. Ann Tripp, Kevin Murphy, Vicky Ange- 
vine. Mary Nudd; Second row: Ms. Lincoln, Beth 
Marks. Karl Balboni, Eric Bartlett, Phil Doucette, 
Scott Burr, Karen Gambino, Todd McKittrick; 
Third row: MariKate Redler, Mary Beth Doonan, 
Pat Conley, Andy Wilkin, Rose McGrath, Steve 
Pockey. Tom Chantre, Tracy Govoni, Patti-Ann 
Haugh, Rob Spinney; Fourth row: Brian Gilmore, 
Emmett Sheehan, Bobby Jasmin, Albert Landry, 
David Bannerman, Scott Eldridge, Bob Chantre, 
Paul Teravainen, Pat Twomey, Todd Spendley. 



Elizabeth Marks, and with farewell 
flowers given to Miss Cuddy, the chapter 
advisor. 



Library/ A V 



The library/ AV service course pro- 
vides the opportunity for students to de- 
velop skills in audio recording, video and 
TV, photography, equipment repair and 
print duplication. 

This past year 28 students were in- 



volved with the AV course. They learned 
a variety of skills to help in the daily 
operation of the media center. The ma- 
jority of the skills are learned by "hands 
on*' application of their newly acquired 
skills. The students became involved in 
many aspects of library/AV services in- 
cluding video program distribution, the 
operation of AV equipment, videotaping 
of "live" events around the school, and 
the circulation and distribution of print 
materials. 



First row: Jim Green. Carol Tribuna, Susan Ram- 
say, Rose McGrath, Mark Murphy; Back row: 
Chad Zahnzinger, Dan Hagney, Steve Wolff, 
Scott Eldridge, Andy Wilken, Mr. Vautrain, Rob 
Gilgan, Steve DeVaux. 




1 18/Student Life 




I Games In My Past 

Sports/ 119 



Boys' Soccer 



The 1983 Boys Soccer Team finished 
their season with a 24-0 record. Behind 
the coaching of Foster Cass, they posted 
a state record of 48 straight victories. 
The team also won their 8th consecutive 
South Shore League championship, led 
by Captains Matt Cushing, Jim Ryan, 



Doug Bean, Steve Cass along with sen- 
iors Klaus Jensen, Dan Miller, Bill 
Wiedner, Eric Andrew, Phil Caliendo, 
Tom Harnan and Junior Dan Mahoney 
and Sophomore Peter McEvoy. They 
coasted through the league, as well as 
through the tournament. This exciting 
season came to a conclusion with a bang 
with the defeat of Monsoon, 5-0, in the 
state finals. 



Duxbury 7 Whitman-Han- 
son 

Duxbury 13 1 Middleboro 



Duxbury 


12 





Norwell 


Duxbury 


4 





Hanover 


Duxbury 


2 


1 


Cohasset 


Duxbury 


5 





E. Bridgewater 


Duxbury 


5 





Rockland 


Duxbury 


10 





Abington 


Duxbury 


2 


1 


Scituate 


Duxbury 


4 





Whitman-Han- 








son 


Duxbury 


10 





Middleboro 


Duxbury 


7 





Norwell 


Duxbury 


4 


o 


Hanover 


Duxbury 


4 





Cohasset 


Duxbury 


6 





E. Bridgewater 


Duxbury 


1 





Rockland 


Duxbury 


8 


1 


Abington 


Duxbury 


3 


1 


Scituate 



Front row: D. Walsh, K. Jensen, T. Harnan, J. 
Luscko, M. Cushing, D. Bean, S. Cass, J. Ryan, P. 
Caliendo, [. Hurley. B. Wiedner; Second row: P. 
McEvoy. R. Thibodeau, H. McDonough, D. Mill- 
er, E. Andrew, D. Mahoney, C. Octera, S. Wilson, 
D. Merry, M. Schofield, J. Hauber, H. Hanes, T. 
Hopkins, R. Scarborough. 




State 



120/Sports 






Duxbury 


Scituate 


Duxbury 


Cohasset 


Duxbury 


E. Bridgewater 


Duxbury 


Hanover 


Duxbury 


Norwell 


Duxbury 


Rockland 


Duxbury 


Whitman-Hanson 


Duxbury 


Abington 


Duxbury 


Scituate 


Duxbury 


E. Bridgewater 


Duxbury 


Cohasset 


Duxbury 


Holbrook 


T) ii vhii rv 
YJ li A UUl y 


H a nnvpr 


Duxbury 


Norwell 


Duxbury 


Rockland 


Duxbury 


Whitman-Hanson 


Duxbury 


Abington 



Girls' Soccer 



Having won the South Shore League 
and the Eastern Mass. State Champion- 
ship, the Duxbury Girls Varsity Soccer 
team defeated Nashoba Valley 3-0 to 
capture an unprecendented Division II 
Girls State Championship title. 

Led by Coach Pat Shea, and Capts. 
Kim Hatch, Sandy Washburn, and Don- 
na Ring, the Dragons compiled a 19-1 



record. Duxbury had an extremely bal- 
anced team as seven of its eleven starters 
were selected to the South Shore League 
All-Star team: seniors Kim Hatch, 
Sandy Washburn, Donna Ring, Julie 
Doscher, Lisa Macek, Sally O'Connell, 
and sophomore Christine Carroll. Al- 
though Duxbury graduates twelve sen- 
iors, the returning members are looking 
forward to an even better season next 
year, (if it is at all possible!) 




Front row: J. Doscher, L. Macek, S. O'Donnell, S. 
Washburn, K. Hatch, S. Madden, B. Cosgrove; 
Second row: A. Hannon, N. Salvatore, C. Carroll, 
H. Hardy, K. High, C. Francis, K. Wenger, J. 
Davis, K. Schippers, C. Bonner, Coach Shea. 



Dosch charges in. 



Champs 



Sports/121 



First row: C. Murphy, C. Gage. K. O'Brien. B. 
Cook. Newman, B. Kearney. D. Pisani, R. Thibo- 
deau. S. Cook, S. Courtess, T. Spear, B. Powers, 
M. Wozniak. T. Leighton, G. George, S. Roberts, 
P. Capraro, D. Hartwell, B. McTavish. B. Such, C. 
Barlow, M. Brown, M. McLaughlin, C. Sheehan; 
Second row: Coach Leary, J. DeWolf, P. Sjostedt, 
P. Pelletier. E. Feketa, M. McElvy, S. Armstrong, 
S. Luscko. T. O'Brien. A. George, C. Crandall, W. 
Callander, J. McLean, B. Murphy, P. Quilty. C. 
Knight, S. Hasenfus, J. O'Hare, T. Hussing, J. 
Verell. B. Kearney, S. Satkus, J. Capraro, P. 
O'Brien. R. Bonner. M. Drake, M. Scott, S. Kane; 
Third row: Coach Dellorco. J. Schfield. R. Blun- 
dell, K. Coughlin, B. Smith, R. Murphy, J. Joyce, 
M. Herriger. E. Giumetti.T. Shields. R. Hasenfus, 
C. Fallows, E. Carroll, J. Fusile, P. Leary, M. 
Shaughnessy, J. Roop, M. O'Hare, S. Pokey, B. 
Bondlow. W. Tirrell, J. Ali, S. Harrington, Coach 
Bean 






Here Come the Dragons! 



Injured, but still dangerous. 






pTT"" I'MlTlf i'^F 1 ' i 



Football 



The Green Dragons Football team con- 
tinued in the winning fashion in 1983. 
They finished the year with a hard- 
fought 6-3-1 record, the second best on 
the record books at Duxbury High. Dux- 
bury's defense kept up the tradition as 



being one of the toughest in Division IV. 
All of Duxbury's three losses were by 
only one touchdown. The team only gave 
up 32 points. The team always kept up 
its winning attitude. Even during their 
two losses in a row to Scituate and Midd- 
leboro, their spirits remained high. In 
the two weeks after the losses, the Drag- 
ons dominated with wins over Abington 
and Cohasset. The team was captained 
by Ed Carroll, Jeff Fusile and Paul 
Leary. The team was spear-headed by 
many hard-working seniors and several 
juniors Coach Dellorco made his debut 
as Head Coach and was extremely suc- 



cessful. We wish him all the luck in the 
future. 



Duxbury 


12 


12 


Archbishop Wil- 








liams 


Duxbury 


24 





Hanover 


Duxbury 





7 


Rockland 


Duxbury 


14 





Whitman-Han- 








son 


Duxbury 


26 


7 


Hull 


Duxbury 


14 


6 


Boston English 


Duxbury 





6 


Scituate 


Duxbury 


6 


14 


Middleboro 


Duxbury 


20 


6 


Abington 


Duxbury 


22 





Cohasset 



122/Sports 





Duxbury 


3 





Cohasset 


Duxbury 


3 





Hull 


Duxbury 








Norwell 


Duxbury 


1 





Hanover 


Duxbury 


3 





Holbrook 


Duxbury 


3 





Middleboro 


Duxbury 


5 





Scituate 


Duxbury 


2 





Abington 


Duxbury 


2 





E. Bridgewater 


Duxbury 


1 


1 


Cohasset 


Duxbury 


2 





Hull 


Duxbury 


4 





Norwell 


Duxbury 


2 





Hanover 


Duxbury 


2 





Holbrook 


Duxbury 


1 


1 


Middleboro 


Duxbury 


5 





Scituate 



Duxbury 6 Abington 

Duxbury 2 E. Bridgewater 



Field Hockey 



The 1983 Varsity Field Hockey team, 
coached by Peter Saggese, and led by 
Captains Heidi Cuneo, Kathleen Do- 
herty, and Kathleen Kennedy ended 
their season with an impressive 15-0-3 
record. The team captured the South 
Shore League title and participated the 
post season EMASS tournament. This 



year's team had five girls selected for the 
league All-Star team. They were: Heidi 
Cuneo, Kathleen Doherty, Julie Cun- 
neen, Jeanne Driscoll, and Carey Grea- 
ly. Driscoll was also chosen for the EN- 
TERPRISE, and the PATRIOT LED- 
GER teams as well as being selected as 
Dragon MVP. Grealy was also selected 
for the LEDGER and the Globe All- 
Scholastic Bench team. The team had 
one of its best season, breaking many 
long-standing records. 



Sports/ 123 



Boys' Cross-Country 



The Cross-Country season was the 
team's 9th consecutive season with 2 
losses or less. The team knew that the 12 
team league would pose some challeng- 



Front row: S. Napellio, , T. Dixon, K. Borgeson, 
P. O'Malley, E. Francke, M. LePage, S. Paten- 
aude, C. Perkins; Second row: Coach Clark, G. 
Hopfe, P. Kehoe, K. Walsh, T. Wilcox, M. Ryan, 
B. LeFevre, P. Noyes, L. Bishop, S. Martin, M. 
Harman. 



ing dual meets. Tri-captains Eric 
Francke, Sean Patenaude, and Paul 
O'Malley gave the team tough leader- 
ship and dedicated seniors Andy Gor- 
man, Mike LePage, and Kevin Borgeson 
led them through some difficult, gutsy 
wins. Throughout the season they 
worked and improved. Their only two 
losses were by 3 and 1 1 points. The team 
also finished with a second place at the 
league meet and finally on impressive 
victory at the annual all-area (5 leagues) 
meet. Super Sophomores Phil Noyes and 
Ted Dixon regularly were the team's 



front runners and they are sure to give 
the team a great nucleus on which to 
build next year's team. 



Duxbury 


24 


33 


Abington 


Duxbury 


15 


48 


Holbrook 


Duxbury 


17 


40 


Rockland 


Duxbury 


15 


50 


Cohasset 


Duxbury 


29 


26 


Hanover 


Duxbury 


15 


50 


Hull 


Duxbury 


16 


48 


E. Bridgewater 


Duxbury 


25 


31 


Scituate 


Duxbury 


16 


49 


Middleboro 


Duxbury 


17 


48 


Norwell 


Duxbury 


34 


22 


Whitman-Han son 




The Final Stretch 



Duxbury 


Abington 


Duxbury 


Holbrook 


Duxbury 


Rockland 


Duxbury 


Cohasset 


Duxbury 


Hanover 


Duxbury 


Hull 


Duxbury 


E. Bridgewater 


Duxbury 


Scituate 


Duxbury 


Middleboro 


Duxbury 


Norwell 


Duxbury 


Whitman- Hanover 



Girls' Cross-Country 



Duxbury should be very proud of their 
girls cross country team this year. Their 
undying effort led them to great victories 
and close losses. Led by seniors Leslie 
Delano, Tonia Toselli, Michele Rizzo, 
Suzie Quay, and Jen Smith they man- 
aged a good season. The team seemed to 
have a great participation from the 
freshmen and sophomores, who contrib- 
uted greatly to the whole team's effort. 
They would also like to thank Coach 
Hibler for his dedication and support. 




Sports/125 






Cheerleaders 



A sports fan often overlooks the great 
spirit that our DHS cheerleaders bring 



to fall and winter sporting events. 
Throughout the chilling fall these dedi- 
cated girls cheer bare-legged at every 
home football and soccer game, and of- 
ten travel to the away games as well. The 
winter cheerleaders are equally enthusi- 
astic, making their presence known at 
hockey and basketball games. We ap- 
preciate the time and effort these girls 
under the coaching of Mrs. Reed, put 
into our sporting event — Here's to the 
cheerleaders! 



1 26/Sports 



Dragon Defense turns away another (Jacques, 
Harnan, Hodgdon) 





Front row: M. Lucier, S. Barker, J. Crumlish, T. 
Harnan, E. Fultz, G. Kennedy, J. Hauber, C. 
Chapdelaine; Second row: Coach Kispert, T. Ken- 
nedy, G. Cheetham, R. Donovan, J. Welch, D. 
Fultz, D. Christenson, K. Coughlin, D. Walsh, J. 
Bernier, C. Hodgdon, T. Paige, T. Jacques, Coach 
Saggese. 




Time out for an argument with the referee. 



Duxbury 


4 


2 


Hull 


Duxbury 


3 


6 


Hanover 


Duxbury 


4 


2 


Don Bosco 


Duxbury 


7 


4 


Sandwich 


Duxbury 


5 


2 


Whitman-Han- 








son 


Duxbury 


2 


6 


Scituate 


Duxbury 


12 


2 


Cohasset 


Duxbury 


9 


1 


Abington 


Duxbury 


6 


6 


Rockland 


Duxbury 


5 


4 


Hull 


Duxbury 


10 





Whitman-Han- 








son 


Duxbury 






Scituate 


Duxbury 






Cohasset 


Duxbury 






Abington 


Duxbury 






Rockland 


Duxbury 






Dover-Sherborn 



Ice Hockey 



The DHS hockey team is off to a good 
start. The league is filled with capable 
teams, and anyone could come up victo- 
rious. This team is managing to hold its 
own. The team is led by captains Todd 
Paige, Andy Johnson, Tom Harnan, and 
David Walsh, and coaches Saggese and 
Kispert. The first line was unfortunate to 
lose Andy Johnson for the season due to 
a leg injury. But Tom Kennedy is filling 
Captain Andy's spot well. 



The remainder of the season should 
prove equally exciting with a real show- 
down in the league for first place. Other 
seniors on the Dragon squad are Eric 
Fultz, Don Christenson, Chris Chapde- 
laine, Chris Hodgdon, Rob Donovan, 
and Kerry Coughlin. 



Sports/ 127 



Wrestling 



Front row: P. Moreau, S. Hasenfus, R. Hasenfus, 
J. Foley, C. Balboni, K. Lawrence, J. Cislo, S. 
Patenaude. D. White; Second row: S. Dolloff, S. 
Cadigan. B. Barclay, D. Lawrence, P. Quilty, S. 
Nandor. S. Luscko, , M. Saunders, C. Tewks- 
bury, J. Cosgrove, J. Burton; Third row: T. Gage, 
R. O'Shea. G. Bernard, M. Maiellano, F. Rizzo, J. 
Moe, C. Gage, P. Showstead, R. Pescarino, N. 
McKelvy, J. Wait, M. Saunders, D. Mahoney; 
Fourth row: Coach Duffy, S. Frazier, J. White, L. 
Bowen. 



Led by Coach Frazier and captains 
Ian Hurley, Carl Balboni, and Joe Foley 
the DHS wrestling team has been very 
successful thus far in the season. Both in 
and out of their league, the team owes 
much of its success to hard work and 
strong team spirit. Senior Ian Hurley 
and Junior Steve Hasenfus have had ex- 
ceptionally good seasons, undefeated 
thus far. The squad is packed with young 
members and is sure to do well in future 
years. 



Duxbury 


41 


17 


Milton 


Duxbury 


31 


25 


Dedham 


Duxbury 


31 


23 


Rockland 


Duxbury 


51 


9 


Cohasset 


Dusbury 


32 


21 


Plymouth 


Duxbury 


47 


1 1 


Scituate 


Duxbury 


41 


23 


Durfee 


Duxbury 


43 


15 


Marshfield 


Duxbury 


53 


5 


Middleboro 


11 iivnun; 
U UaUUI y 


?Q 


L 1 


Bridgewater- 








Raynham 


Duxbury 






Norwell 


Duxbury 






Weymouth South 


Duxbury 






Foxboro 


Duxbury 






Weymouth North 


Duxbury 






Stoughton 




128/Sports 



Duxbury 


116 


56 


Sanwich 


Duxbury 


89 


82 


Seekonk 


Duxbury 


105 


68 


Attleboro 


Duxbury 


97 


75 


New Bedford 


Duxbury 


1 1 2 


59 


Apponequet 


Duxbury 


117 


55 


Sandwich 


Duxbury 






Middleboro 


Duxbury 






Durfee 



Swimming 



The 1983-84 swimming season was 
very successful. After beating top 



ranked Seekonk and New Bedford, we 
knew the league title was in our reach. 
We were undefeated with two meets re- 
maining. Captained by Jesse Brown, 
Jenny Smith, and Todd Spendley, this 
team could have the best record yet. 
Other outstanding swimmers were Eric 
Andrew, Maura O'Neil, Adam 
Hartwell, Steve Harrington, and Rob 
Lowe. 






Sports/ 129 




The Ryan Brothers in for an easy two. Fuse on the loose again. 



Front row: J. Ryan, M. Cushing; Second row: 
Coach Clark, J. Fusile, B. Chantre, D. Miller, M. 
Ryan, H. McDonough, Coach Dunn; Third row: E. 
Fekete, J. Walsh, P. Caliendo, C. Perkins, M. Bar- 
rett, J. Carleton, R. Scarbrough. 




Boys' Basketball 



Led by captains Jim Ryan and Matt 
Cushing, the 1983-84 boys basketball 
team is doing well in the league. The 



team is led by a new coach this year, Mr. 
Clark. He has done an outstanding job in 
growing accustomed to his new coaching 
position — and the team has responded 
to this change in a very positive way, 
with a strong record thus far. The team 
is well rounded, with a number of great 
seniors and juniors, along with a couple 
of sophomores. They should continue to 
excel through the remainder of the sea- 
son. 



Duxbury 71 72 Cohasset 
Duxbury 98 76 Whitman-Hanson 



Duxbury 


71 


66 


Middleboro 


Duxbury 


68 


69 


E. Bridgewater 


Duxbury 


68 


99 


Hanover 


Duxbury 


84 


52 


Norwell 


Duxbury 


69 


65 


Rockland 


Duxbury 


78 


68 


Hull 


Duxbury 


81 


76 


Scituate 


Duxbury 


52 


72 


Holbrook 


Duxbury 


74 


54 


Whitman-Han- 








son 


Duxbury 






Abington 


Duxbury 






Middleboro 


Duxbury 






Cohasset 


Duxbury 






Hanover 


Duxbury 






Rockland 


Duxbury 






Scituate 



130/Sports 




Duxbury 


53 


41 


Whitman-Han- 








son 


Duxbury 


48 


31 


Middleboro 


Duxbury 


47 


26 


E. Bridgewater 


Duxbury 


43 


47 


Hanover 


Duxbury 


26 


42 


Norwell 


Duxbury 


46 


48 


Rockland 


Duxbury 


45 


28 


Hull 


Duxbury 


54 


52 


Scituate 


Duxbury 


50 


42 


Holbrook 


Duxbury 


50 


63 


Whitman-Han- 








son 


Duxbury 






Abington 


Duxbury 






Middleboro 


Duxbury 






Cohasset 


Duxbury 






Hanover 



Duxbury Rockland 
Duxbury Scituate 



Girls' Basketball 



The girls' basketball team is led on the 
court this year by seniors Lynda Barrow, 
Julie Doscher, Sue Madden, Carolyn 
Francis, and Barbara Cosgrove, and off 
the court by injured Kim Hatch and 
Coach Dellorco. The league was a very 
tough one this year, as the Dragons re- 



cord reflects. But no one on the team 
intends to give up, the league title was 
still attainable. The girls' losses were 
very close and often the games came 
down to the final seconds. Heartbreak- 
ing losses have not proved to set back the 
Dragon girls as they continue with a win- 
ning attitude. 



Sports/131 



Gymnastics 



Although many people are not even 
aware that a varsity gymnastics team 
exists, the team works extremely hard 
and is earning more recognition every 
year. The '83-'84 gymnastic season got 
off to a great start with the arrival of our 
new team shirts. This inspired us to an 
opening season victory and a new team 



Front row: S. Lagace, D. McDonough, G. Zee, K. 
Wall, Coach Thomas, Coach Crowley; Second 
row: H. Winberg, G. Merry, J. Stadelmann, K. 
Kriegal. S. Clishom, D. Briggeman, T. Kilduff, J. 
Hatfield, K. Harnan, A. Sullivan, K. Frazier, S. 
McGirr, A. Coty 



record of 104.6 points. This year's team 
was very well-rounded. The league 
judges were impressed by Ragu's moon- 
walk, and Julio, the Spanish wonder's 
near perfect floor routine. Sophomore 
Kerri Harnan kept making great strides 
in the vault, and our freshmen overcame 
competition shock so the team's in the 
running for a league championship. Un- 
der the leadership of co-captains Kristen 
Wall and Gail Zee, and Coach Bill(y) 
Thomas, and his assistant Linda Crow- 
ley we expect a very successful season. 
We're also pleased to report that with 



the help from Dana and Krystal, our 
"Wackilympics" were a great success. 



Duxbury 


103.05 


79.95 


Notre Dame 


Duxbury 


92.6 


91.55 


Norwell 


Duxbury 


102.4 


97.96 


Hanover 


Duxbury 


95.1 


61.35 


Rockland 


Duxbury 


101.2 


104.85 


Scituate 


Duxbury 


95.75 


108.55 


Hingham 


Duxbury 


104.1 


90.0 


Norwell 


Duxbury 






Hanover 


Duxbury 






Rockland 


Duxbury 






Scituate 


Duxbury 






Cohasset 




Captain Kris and Captain Gail ready for action. 



Oi i y hi i r v 


9 


o 


Middleboro 


On x hn rv 


6 


3 


Cohasset 


On y hi 1 rv 


7.5 


1.5 


Hanover 


On y hi i r v 


8 


1 


Abington 


Duxbury 


9 





Rockland 


Duxbury 


9 





Middleboro 


Duxbury 


3 


6 


Cohasset 


Duxbury 


8.5 


0.5 


Hanover 


Duxbury 


9 





Abington 


Duxbury 


6 


3 


Rockland 



Golf 



The DHS golf team displayed its 



sheer awesome skill, finishing off an un- 
defeated season with virtually no compe- 
tition. SSL Individuals for April and 
May were Wade Callender, graduated 
Dave Garretson, and Lloyd Archibald. 
Dan Mahoney was named Boys' State 
Individual Champ. Thanks to Coach 
Hayes the team definitely played up to 
par with their outstanding record. 








T. Collins, K. Walsh, R. Donovan, T. Evans, D. 
Mahoney, T. Wilcox, D. Meallo, D. Garretson, 
Coach Hayes 



Cute shoes, Rob! 



'How'd ya like that one guys?" 



Sports/ 1 33 




Front row: J. Patch, B. Corcoran, K. Geisler, D. 
Pittenger, J. DeKlerk; Second row: Coach Wilde, 
S. Cass, P. Capraro, B. Benjes, H. Baker, T. Har- 
nan. E. Corvelli, S. Barker. 



Boys' Tennis 



Not many sports fans follow boys' ten- 
nis, but those who do know that this 
team, under Coach Jim Wilde, has been 
one of the most successful at D.H.S. over 
the past years. Last year the team went 
undefeated in regular season competi- 



tion and reached the finals of the 
EMASS tournament only to lose to 
Bishop Feehan in a heart-breaker 3-2. 
John Deklerk and Dan Pittenger led the 
team at first doubles going unbeaten in 
team play. This duo also gained status as 
a finalist in the state individual tourney, 
losing a close match in the finale, 6-4, 6- 
4. With Bill Benjes, Hank Baker, and 
Steve Cass returning at the singles posi- 
tions and the pair of Ed Corvelli and 
Tom Harnan hoping to fill the first dou- 
bles slot, Coach Wilde and the team 
should have another great seaon this 
spring. 



Duxbury 


4 


1 


Falmouth 


Duxbury 


5 





Middleboro 


Duxbury 


5 





Norwell 


Duxbury 


4 


1 


Cohasset 


Duxbury 


4 


1 


Hull 


Duxbury 


5 





Sandwich 


Duxbury 


5 





Rockland 


Duxbury 


5 





Abington 


Duxbury 


5 





Hanover 


Duxbury 


5 





Norwell 


Duxbury 


5 





Cohasset 


Duxbury 


5 





Hull 


Duxbury 


5 





Abington 


Duxbury 


5 





Middleboro 


Duxbury 


5 





Rockland 


Duxbury 


5 





Hanover 



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"I actually made it!" 



Duxbury 


5 





Falmouth 


Duxbury 


5 





E. Bridgewater 


Duxbury 


5 





Middleboro 


Duxbury 


5 





Middleboro 


Duxbury 


5 





Norwell 


Duxbury 


2 


3 


Cohasset 


Duxbury 


5 





Hull 


Duxbury 


5 





Abington 


Duxbury 


5 





Rockland 


Duxbury 


3 





Hanover 


Duxbury 


3 


2 


Sandwich 


Duxbury 


3 


2 


E. Bridgewater 


Duxbury 


5 





Middleboro 


Duxbury 


3 





Norwell 


Duxbury 


1 


4 


Cohasset 


Duxbury 


forfeit 


Hull 


Duxbury 


5 





Abington 



Duxbury 


5 





Rockland 


Duxbury 


3 


2 


Hanover 



Girls' Tennis 



The 1983 girls' tennis team was forced 
to be content with second place in the 
South Shore League after losing two 
heart-breaking matches to archrival Co- 
hasset. However, the team's 16-2 season 
was good enough to enter the EMASS 
tournament. After beating Bishop Fee- 
han in a great come-from-behind match, 



the Dragons fell to Bishop Stang 2-3. 
The team was led by co-captains Kirstin 
Johnson and Sudie Brown, along with 
South Shore League All-Stars Stacey 
Murgo, Sudie Brown, Julie Cunneen, 
Wendy Barker, and Julie Doscher. 

Last year saw the graduation of many 
talented players from this team, as well 
as from archrival teams Cohasset and 
Hanover. But the introduction of Sci- 
tuate into our league should prove stiff 
competition for the young Dragon team. 



Sports/ 135 



Baseball 



In 1983. Coach Murphy was awarded 
in his 25th year of coaching at DHS by 
having the most successful team in ten 
years. It finished the season at 13-5, and 
reached the semifinals of the EMASS 
tournament by beating Apponeuuet, 5- 
4, before losing to Bridgewater-Rayn- 



ham, 8-2. The team was led by senior 
Chip Kispert, who pitched his way to 10 
victories, along with '83 transfer Dave 
Bergamesca, and returning seniors Dave 
Walker and Joe Vienneau, whose strong 
bats and fielding contributed to the suc- 
cess of the team. Dave Bergamesca, 
Chip Kispert, Joe Vienneau, Dave 
Walker, and Bill Wiedner were all cho- 
sen for the '83 S.S.L. All-Star team. 



Duxbury 


3 2 


E. Bridgewater 


Duxbury 


14 6 


Middleboro 



Duxbury 


3 


5 


Norwell 


Duxbury 


22 


6 


Cohasset 


Duxbury 


12 





Holbrook 


Duxbury 


5 





Hull 


Duxbury 


2 


6 


Abington 


Duxbury 


14 


6 


Rockland 


Duxbury 


5 


4 


Hanover 


Duxbury 


5 


4 


E. Bridgewater 


Duxbury 


8 


7 


Middleboro 


Duxbury 


3 


6 


Norwell 


Duxbury 


5 





Cohasset 


Duxbury 


6 


5 


Holbrook 


Duxbury 


10 


5 


Hull 


Duxbury 


3 


1 


Abington 


Duxbury 


2 


8 


Rockland 


Duxbury 


1 


2 


Hanover 



Front row: W. Meier, C. Kispert, D. Bergamesca, 
S. Parker. J. Vienneau; Second row: M. Wozniak, 
E. Giumetti, A. George. B. Wiedner, N. Cadigan, 
W. Zicko. Coach Murphy. 



136/Sports 




Duxbury 


4 


9 


E. Bridgewater 


Duxbury 





11 


Middleboro 


Duxbury 


8 


13 


Norwell 


Duxbury 


6 


10 


Cohasset 


Duxbury 


2 


21 


Hull 


Duxbury 


1 


14 


Sandwich 


Duxbury 


6 


10 


Rockland 


Duxbury 


5 


6 


Holbrook 


Duxbury 





15 


Abington 


Duxbury 


4 


5 


E. Bridgewater 


Duxbury 


15 


11 


Hanover 


Duxbury 


2 


7 


Middleboro 


Duxbury 


12 


14 


Norwell 


Duxbury 


20 


21 


Cohasset 


Duxbury 


7 


8 


Holbrook 


Duxbury 


6 


8 


Hull 



Duxbury 3 Abington 

Duxbury 9 10 Rockland 

Duxbury 9 3 Hanover 



Softball 



Duxbury High School softball had a 
tough season in 1983 with a 3-13 record. 
It was a year for rebuilding after losing 
many seniors. Co-captains Sheila Hen- 
eghan and Julie Todd, along with veter- 
ans of varsity Emmy Butts, Barbara 
Cosgrove, Andrea Doane, Donna Ring, 



and Kathleen Doherty worked to build 
this young team, but came up with few 
impressive wins. But the 13 losses pro- 
vided the needed experience for the 
younger players: Catherine Angers, 
Sandy Washburn, Aileen Rand, Colleen 
Hurley, Tricia Hannon, Nancy Salva- 
tore, Cindy Partridge, and manager Ron 
Scarbrough. Now, with most of the team 
returning, Coach Pat Shea looks for a 
successful season this spring. 




Sports/ 137 




Kneeling: M. Shellene, M. Sergi, J. Kennedy, J. 
Muller. K. Walker, D. Mann, R. Thomas, R. Thi- 
bodeau, G. Bouthiller, S. Satkus, T. Paige, P. Ca- 
liendo, M. Ryan, T. Dixon, K. O'Brien, Coach 
Dunn; Standing: Coach Clark, E. Wolff, D. Law- 
rence, J. Quine. T. Harrington, P. Noyes, J. Clapp, 
D. Walsh, D. Miller, M. Herriger, P. O'Malley, C. 
Killian. C. Perkins, K. Jensen, J. Ryan, J. Cotter, 
P. Callanan, P. Leary, N. Huddleston, M. Mun- 
sey, K. Borgeson, S. Patenaude, M. LePage, A. 
Hartwell, J. Brigham, J. Joyce, J. Verell, A. Gor- 
man, S. Martin. 



Paul and Eric race til the end. Bob about to put the shot. 




Boys' Track 



DHS boys track completed another 
successful season as SSL Champs, for 
the sixth consecutive year. Matt Her- 
riger finished second in the Division II 
220, Phil Caliendo was the league 
champ in the long jump, and Todd Paige 
shined throughout the whole season. 
DHS also had a great long distance run- 
ning team consisting of all underclass- 



men. Hopefully our next season will be 
as successful as our last, even though 
Coach Reggie is resigning his position as 
head coach. 



Duxbury 


85 


60 


E. Bridgewater 


Duxbury 


114 


31 


Rockland 


Duxbury 


126 


19 


Hanover 


Duxbury 


102 


43 


Norwell 


Duxbury 


106 


39 


Middleboro 


Duxbury 


139 


6 


Hull 


Duxbury 


129 


16 


Holbrook 


Duxbury 


94 


51 


Abington 


Duxbury 


121 


24 


Cohasset 



138/Sports 




Front row: J. Driscoll, K. Hatch, T. Toselli, C. 
Duffy, J. Smith, K. Fallon, K. Klein, D. Allsop, M. 
Rizzo, S. Kennedy; Second row: V. Nickerson, H. 
Martin, J. Leahy, P. Williams, K. Wenger, L. Ma- 
cek, S. Madden, M. Wolff, L. L. Delano, T. To- 
selli, C. Martin, K. Leary, S. Haffey, L. Bowen; 
Third row: J. Barbetti, S. Quay, C. Meallo, E. 
Coughlin, S. Mills, L. Gilbert, S. O'Donnell, C. 
Horgan, E. Barnes, T. Harrington, J. Anzivino, A. 
Morris, K Walker, K. McCarthy; Fourth row: C. 
Salo, K. Olsen, G. Schwaller, J. McCarthy, R. 
MacWalter, H. Cuneo, J. Brown, H. Hardy, L. 
Barrow, C. Grealy, S. Ellison, E. Brennan, G. Mer- 
ry, J. Mann, S. Hayward, T. Arsenault, T. Ferrel 



Tracy's ready to fly. 




Duxbury 


91.5 


26.5 


E. Bridgewater 


Duxbury 


74.5 


43.5 


Rockland 


Duxbury 


88 


30 


Hanover 


Duxbury 


59.5 


58.5 


Norwell 


Duxbury 


70.5 


47.5 


Middleboro 


Duxbury 


84 


34 


Hull 


Duxbury 


96.5 


21.5 


Holbrook 


Duxbury 


forfeit 


Abington 


Duxbury 


88 


33 


Cohasset 



Girls' Track 



was once again victorious in the South 
Shore, as they claimed the title of 
League Champs. Coach Al Hibler, led 
the team, followed by tri-captains Lisa 
Klein, Sarah Mills, and Keli Fallon. The 
season's most exciting meet was against 
Norwell where, at the last minute, Dux- 
bury won by one slim point. This victory 
showed how team spirit and support 
really makes a team. It was an all- 
around great season and hopefully this 
year will prove to be as fruitful. 



The 1983 Duxbury girls' track team 



Sports/ 139 



Save Me from My Dreams 

Save me from my dreams. 

She once dreamed of frogs and bicycles, 

Now. grown up, she longs for a handsome prince. 

Along the riverbank she lives with herself 

To a world of castles and fantasies 

Imagined a way to a tower of evil, 

She is held captive for a sum. 

The hag cackles thinking of the ransom to come 

W hile the princess quietly weeps. 

Billy gently wakes the dreamer — 

Rescuing her from her imagination. 

H.G. 





Leaders In My Past 

Faculty/ 141 




Mary Buckley James Buechler John Galvani 

Business English Foreign Language 



Ann Davis Edwin Greene 

Art Industrial Arts 



142/Faculty 




Deborah Brooks 
Athletic Director 

James Lyng 
Director of Pupil Personnel Services 



Ronald Gerhart 
Director of Business Services 

George Teravainen 
Coordinator — Physical Education 



Walter Kennedy 
Director of Guidance 

Henry Zabierek 
Director of Curriculum/Assessment 



1 44/ Faculty 




Alice Baker Melissa Bristol William Bristol Iris Brough 

Mathematics Foreign Language Social Studies Science 

Isabelle Ballard J. Foster Cass Tony Chamberlain Reginald Clark 

Foreign Language English English Mathematics 



T. Michael Burke 
Special Needs 



Faculty/145 



Linda Coombs 
Home Economics 



Jane Corliss 
Physical Education 




1 46/ Faculty 



Kathleen Dunn 
Social Studies 



Mark Dunn 
Mathematics 



Paul Francis 
Science 



Ralph Frazier 
Physical Education 



Gail Feldman 
Reading 



Nancy Gordon 
Music 



Joanne Gouzoules 
Business Education 



Wayne Frieden 
Adjustment Counselor 



John Fernandes 
Social Studies 




Faculty/ 147 



Judith Heitzman 
English 



Audrey Hibbett 
Physical Education 



Robert Hayes Charles Lagerstedt Marcia Lantz 

Science Mathematics Foreign Language 

Dana Green Judith Kelliher Robert Lauzier Meredith Lehman 

Industrial Arts Mathematics Mathematics Foreign Language 




1 48/ Faculty 



Gordon Leighton 
Mathematics 



Donna LeRoy 
Business Education 



John Maguire 
Social Studies 

Joy Mills 
English 



Thomas Merna 
Special Needs 

Ronald Mueller 
Business Education 



Harry Levine 
Science 

Richard Miller 
English 



Peter Lynch 
Industrial Arts 





Faculty/ 149 



Margaret O'Brien 
Science 



Martha Paulfrey 
Guidance Counselor 



David Murphy Barbara Powell Elaine Primmer 

Science Foreign Language Foreign Language 

Pauline Mulcahy Mary Pawlikowski James Queeny Robert Redente 

Special Needs English Guidance Counselor Mathematics 




150/Faculty 



Michael Reed 
Foreign Language 



Maureen Saunders 
Nurse 



Peter Sinnott Mary Stadelmann Carolyn Schindler 

Business Education Mathematics English 

John Sullivan Mary Lou Sullivan Cynthia Stone Caro Simmons 

Social Studies Mathematics English English 




Faculty/ 151 




English Music Home Economics Media Director 

Elizabeth DeOrsay Diane Wells James Williamson 

Social Studies Science Special Needs 

Jennifer Sylvia Cynthia Locke 

English There is no substitute. 



152/Faculty 




Dedicated to D.R.C. 

FOREVER 

1 met him in the Summer Sun 
Laughing, Smiling. 
We've just begun. 

1 hope together we can last forever 
Quarrel and Fight 
No, not ever. 

We'll never know what the future holds 

The Summers warm, the Winters cold. 

But it won't matter 

For we have each other 

And the years will pass one after another. 

From L.E.F. 




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(617) 834-4796 



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Marshfield, 
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Telephone 617 837-9300 



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President 



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THE SKI AND RACQUET SHOP 
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Decorated Cakes for all 
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Marshfield 

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CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK 

TO 

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William and Mary Benjes 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Benotti 

William and Trudi Butts 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Caliendo 

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Daniel and Joyce Doane 

Glenn and Sandy Dobecki 

Donald and Marcia Dowd 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald O. Ducharme 

The Garland Family 

Paul and Mary Gibbons 

The Haffey Family 

Russell S. Harrington, DDS 

Robert and Marta Hartwell 

Robert and Laverna Hatch 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Hauber, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Hawkins 



Warren and Linda Hodgdon 
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hojlo 
Art and Mary Keefe 
Jim and Mary Kelly 
John and Doris Kolstad 
Suzanne H. Larkin 
Peter and Leslie Lawrence 
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Mr. and Mrs. John D. Murgo 
Kent and Elizabeth Paige 
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Cadet Brian Raftery 
Joseph and Arlene Raftery 
Patrick and Theresa Raftery 
Mary E. Richards 

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Mr. and Mrs. Orville R. Sapp 

Thomas and Mary Schwaller 

Seth and Carole Shattuck 

Lynn R. and John B. Sinclair 

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Memories . . . 



DAVID ADAMS — Summer '83 — CRAHS in the LP W/ 
RMAKSK Wheres Scotl? SOCO and peanut chunks. SOW/R&M 
drive in wcobt+BJ Im first LRflP — the 4th — SWILLE D — 
party at the chicken coop aglbtttf Balbs and the ZOO — fruit punch 
and elevator rides sip BC in the sb — '82 cycle rides (The sign) — 
BUSTED — BOWIE 8/83, TREE. RHOMBO — U.S. — chunks 
in back of red jeep Arnie is gone THANKS 
MJDDDLBG + CHARLIE 



JOSEPH V ALI — would you? Shes not bad looking! what test? 
Wanna skip monday? Buyer? Whats going on this weekend? 
American Express sailing! I quit! I just want ya to have a good time! 
I forgot to study! Grammies car. Police station! Let me run! Can you 
get the car? Going to the boat. What do you feel like doing? Prom 
83 #79 Gee slow down! Suitcase after suitcase ILUM + D! 



ERIC ANDREW — Soccer #5 82EMAS Champs *83 STATE 
Champs* 9/8/82 was that really a stop sign? Try again got it'LB 
& MJ +nll HP *Prom 83 m6's "wake up" LGSOTB'WSOQ- 
*Jackpot*6 Hole The crew GGO SOTC*SS Tiy DyhalD? Thx 
DG*myrtle Beach Iwmsv*WOAMF6*Snowbanks*Trialha- 
lon»HC83 TOGA Porta Coola D52 caps*46 degrees YAHOO*Bill 
"I don't understand" DW- L*IWARTGABTWHTW*1N0- 
T10*Thxm&d*Turn the page 



CATHERINE A ANGERS — SM 83'BB fla '83 Nick & Cat FS 
begins tlks til 2am? WIKS wl Nick c=N + J HC83 love that BR Fl 
R + Dr. Pepsi bois ce bois Prom 4/30/82 sweet 16 Paul MFL 
IWNFY Prom 5/13/83 Michael M+C Just friends? ILY MD 
NYT BBE LFM D-I TBN? Trac NMBTM GTw/ 
NAKTMJTJCJ + J FarFArs FH83 SSLC BB#1 BW SB3-13 
Dippy smiling Thanx M&D ILY NiCKY its the smiles & laughter 
we'll remember. 



VICKI ANGEVINE — Kevin — 12/11/82 — My iove 4-U will 
last 4-ever, "Truly", prom 83, Marsh. Fair, S. Dragon paragon, 
Riverside, Big R.C., Starland, horse-ride. "You're Awful!" 
McNugget Attack! You're always there for me, me too, 'Kay?! Luv 
ya whole bunch!! Patti — 4 am giggles 1 JoAnn — Tish, Cheryl, 
YBFPYSWOM "P", Confirmation, BAYSTATE. NOV. 22, 83!! 
LOVE YA all — MOM, DAD, GABY (enjoy your H.S. years) 
SOPHIE! 



DWIGHT AYLES — Borgie Brett Ed! Pty Mr In 84! Sick Log! 
TMJWLWSRPC 79 Dwedward Island SYF + GregK + 
BTBFUBSTD! Borgie — PTR! Wrestling #1 WHUAA! Bye Bye 
Love! Retreat Summer of 83! Cum On Feel The Noise! Fantasy! 
WC1GAD! WP Justine + Wendy Thanx For Being Such Good 
Friends! NTB! Ed We Made It! Owner Of A Lonely Heart! Nor- 
wich! Mighty! Hey Mr. F. Thats A Golf Ball Let's Party Guy We're 
seniors Thanx: Mom Dad Rob George Greg Mrs. B Kevin Ed Brett 
84#1 



KARL BALBONI — Dave they finally caught us. 9- 
CCGS600TKSGRAMS, Wrestling #1 — 147 — capt. CRAHS 
(Its not my fault!) RMDBSKR, Rtm, summer of 83, July 4th 
Johnny the door tish! Bowie 8/83 UMASS, Elevator rides let me 
out! Smoking pine at Markos, GtfaRRD — IN — W/cofBt's — 
BSOM don't remember, Kerm + the LP NYE. w/J.J, and Bud, BB 
— crew, Red chunks w/v — Hawain at the zoo don't slip! SOUT wl 
R + M, Thanx! CHARLIE 



DAVID J BANNERMAN — suercalifragilisticaspecial DOG 
SITTIN' WITTY Adventure limited by imagination ion hot color 
melting the anger to stone monumental sunrise breath deep the 
gathering gloom as the candle life flicks away 1984 donchabeat Its 
your to keep time to practice uncontrolled substances the dogs of 
doom AHOWLIN more its a senseless human tragedy Get Red w/ 
SPLIFF KAT 



JOHN R BARNWELL JR — one year (too much) no WAY 
ROPES, ABY, EC, GORK, VanDeCamps Julie, DtepH — SKUL- 
Ly, Laura, and MARTHA TJ — Later KUA — BC weekends with 
shoki. Parties at IAN Dudes. Wicked Sal. Sam at Duxbury for the 
weekend. Goose Dude Grady, Murf Beth and ct. Whit, Rob, Ian. 
Smith weekends!! m2G Mary *n AL NO way. Lunch Cate? Mill- 
brook And STM. Mom and Dad, THANKS for making Me possi- 
ble 



LYNDA BARROW — #20Yebel BOFA, Breener, Jess, Wender 
B, the zoo Hpack blight Mirimar 82 2 scoops MP DK Ocean City 
JPFILY 12/10/81 Pitfire TMIL where are they? VAKLsloeg, 
TOGA poolbash 46, parties w/Wylie QDart Police & Pretzels 
Boston BB Erbie TLBg only 1 headlight! BFI prom 83 thumper 
GNO ILYM&D RYWBIIMH Always & Forever Thnx/The Soul 
would have no rainbow had the eyes no tears — turn the page 



ERIC BARTLETT — 'elricjbardo, quido, shady, Captain Slar- 
child/Life Is Not What It Appears To Be/Mad Max Sam Ben, 
Molly/WHY 1 wake & bake, hook a & all that fun stuff! ANN 2 
yrs? JULEF ooy Monkey — California ACT drama SM/DD 
DPJJd&d YES hatchet STYX $ Thanx A&S, Live It Up R&J Life 
Is To Short/The Creeper/Seasons May Pass Me By . . TYMF 
FAYD into the sunset & become one with JA/Life Is A Mystery 
Only You Can Fathom Chaos The Gods Be With You. 



KELLI BAYRAMSHIAN — Later DHS! Sandrad Pa + Andrea 
Jen HWMOSLPTPTNMSB Parties/Mirimar Cape Cod FSC 
Dux. Beach Good friends Nice Kath! membe California Thanx 
M + DEV Mrs. Can we all go to the br? Jr. year Laughs w/gidg- 
gray's diamond studs carol halloween '8 1 Late scenes FBYB Rich. 
"OK — that's the plan" Spill drinks much kel? 82783 Let the good 
times roll on CM — Nerafy! ZZtop '83 The Police 81083 ILY 
Mathew. 



DOUG BEAN — Soccer State Champs keeper! Vince 15 FT84 
Anthonys I Luv Football Don Todd Eric Steve Tom Dave Harry 
Chris All night with Vince Doug are yyou OK? Wave SCAM 
RUSH CDB Larry Norman I Wish Weed all Been Ready A Thief 
In The Night? Thanx God JL EMB Hanover Mall Scituate girls 
Uncle Joe! Drums Rule! That Great Gretsch Look Dana Deb Gram 
Gramp Aunts Uncles Thanx Luv ya Theee are letters to waste spac 
Marshfield fair thanx M + D 



NICOLA BEDDER — 3 Police, 2VH, UP 4/12/82 Fla '83 — FB 
beains beeptoot Bedeur GB '81 VA '82 Beachbums boston black 
truck far fars mvyw "cat" oolala! Keys? bthmad dances — The 
Tree! I'm Cold HC '83 — Toga! 4x4 hi mike! Dr — ins Breakfasts? 
Breathe much cat? tad ILUVUSUKY! Manhunt — ouch! 8/22/83 
— LUV YA JAS! WIKS roses NP GTWCCKPNS u r the world 2 
me mom & dad & Joanne Cat — Thanks 4 the fun & laughter! I 
HAVE A DREAM . . . 



ANDREA BELL — Twilite Zn! RS w/Paul & Andy mushed at the 
beach Stonie Twins Cathy you'll always be in my heart. THANX 
Jena FAFF Andys Party TMINH Mirimar, Bay Farm, Bimbos, 
Meyersfield KAKASAM — JKMHW — MS Only the good die 
young so I will live forever! BdrmPs spill drinks much Kel 
YABMGF Magic Manly Ex Caliber! J + 1 Tripp TTTBR THANX 
MUM & BHB ILYA LOWHIC This is just the beginning! 



KEVIN BORGESON — Dwight Troy Bret! XC83 SSPAC 
Champs Eric Paul Ted Phil Shawnster! Monchichi! D + BTBFU!!!! 
Geez That Bugs Me There Stuff In There But It Wont Come Out 
I'm Gonna Get My Tools! Hey Dwight PTR! Busted! Ringo Donna 
Dont Knock Me Out Just Stun Me! Too Loud Man To Loud Bret 
Go For Five Weeks! WHUAA! Youre Burnt! Sick Log!!! Cum On 
Feel The Noise! Track! Troy The Story Book Boy 440 Def Leppard! 
Fantasy! Donna Late Again? Party More — 84 



BILL BEN JES — Nobody knows #5 1 ATT. Rotneyweve learnd the 
rollin lemon KH study much??? ffnoill pay P.I. only u + I know 
S.C. outhe window please Dekeportacooleak smr 83 w/ 
B.B.K. + LM. sailing any 1? maniac I HAVE TO LAUGH Hi D 
bash 1 sock rubber Duck StRrbfight sw/M.W. ggo "7" S.H.V.P. 
Joke! bbaggin w/L.B. Buku Free LC. illcall u RIC "I DONT 
UNDERSTAND" no morthtcrdspls — 4? JAWC. Co Tie + TS 
dont mix gone but will never die Homeward bound 



LAURIE C. BOLTHILL1ER — Loretta TASAMA — Summer 
83 TC Tampa — Uncle Woody, Dimes S.D. Howlands: Amba- 
= many Grins "Feta" Jerry Garcia BMW Sugar Busch IMYM 
SY-KUNTS1 NTRATION red corvet W.H. — Avon EBF Pina 
colasis, OD 4/wheel'n Twilight zone, keys? "MSDUIBR"*Sss 
Many sick talks at McD's Han. — Bosstown/Mr R Overnight 
Sneak Show Cheese? Quiche? NoWay Fame ILY AZB, thks Good 
Luck luke 2MN + P We're Golden 



BRET BONDLOW — SDLNDSPLNE, Shtrd, BS + D, Graded, 3 
tms B Borgi Dewey Edbo Troy Matt. Summer 83, 
whtcps= WTSKNG shrtfthd, Pking in Lgts. Whats Up! Wa-Im out 
of here, ALASKA Here I Come. Yukon, Eskmo, Salmon, Igloo, 
EsoxLucious! Adbn = BrdKllNG. SYF, Grg Schmdt, smle if you 
Ivc me. Boom — Boom — Thnks Trey. Pt Strin 84 Mns Mreto 
methnevrbefre. MDWJ-MSYA. And thnks for evthng Gtup, 
Gtdown, tothert + tothe Lt. SchlksmyBASSFLLckyPNK WL 
DOYa PNK 



DANA BRIGGEMAN tm'k'bhtfbsgf gymnastics, sik. /TG police/ 
where are we? homecoming — toga (rtt) hojos EBFI pagentsbre 
B50's onceuponawkend . . . jellofvrifinouterspace . . . (moon)j. Mc- 
Coy NWPRT (ftest) EGKF frt punch? Missmy bchbud summer! 
bldgu (MS) zdc Smash. Kris? bridge atak/drvngskls? TPty! jacu- 
trace BBds Pb J s rpvan — blooms MPEbT Bstn tmd 'Genesis *Fox/ 
hwgtbs . . . 



AMANDA BRADY — 'Summer 81 LW so AWAAS'M&Dapt 
BRADY BL SMrt'BOYS WILL BE BOYS — NCHNC — 
CKLNFTKS - DWSMBlSLU'CBrez Mr Rbombcd by Qts 
•BITM'JBVTB tears laughs! tksid 1 Luvu — LBMcdswal! Do u 
Iwit? CQ? LORETTA A your 1 of a kind! MS Calif Exbike Gotta- 
luvit! Acpibm — MLCO Jane — NKsorry SMLLHTambg? 10? 
Prom S3 Wild'HCymibk'Panic — Who has ntslept at Br? Sss — 
OKEY — OD — your so silly'July 4' Stop in Shop? MH 
Cocm'DBC Cape Cod'LSO'Tksfpuwm M&D LATER! 



WILLIAM CAH1LL — So long DHS and Hello World — Party 
all night — DE Trip second floor Ice machine ride back THANKS 
MOM and DAD DOT CONER railroad Tracks BK 



JESSE M BROWN — Banana In THE MORNIN! TNXM & D! 
08 gnimoCemoH — LNFTJAC — moo RelttiLehT — 38 mor? — 
sucric not gniddaP — iSrosniw-tv-IALD — Thanx JD Do You have 
IT? Jetta Lights — Jess Dula — my twin — ILY 2 scoops Chic 
cuties — EJ FH #6 zoo 6pck — Brown Bashes B-4 Dances — 
TOGA Phk J483 Police Lowies Blight Night Mr R Ice 3 Game 
WhatsThe Name of The Game WAHBBL? Plunger: Take A long 
breath And let Yourself go 



PHIL CAL1ENDO (JR.)? — #14 — So<xer — Reggie ball Rules 
TRACK; TISpr. 84 Rules Summer of 83 WILD TFTGTG . . . 
J&K GOLF? JF&KJ BFFCool STATE CHAMPS 82-3 Prom 83 
Jand KatbQwTP Skoal — Bandits Chare/Fence McLt Streaking 
on Washington How's the sand taste? Scam!? Lower Alden/MsHd 
Parties Rule! LBs PWOFTS! Class Flirt??? Oh Well Hey. Mr. & 
Mrs. C you're Super & I love you, C&G, too DHS IBR Born to 
Run? You Bet! 



EMMY BUTTS — wefne, iwaly 4/27/83? you take me to the top. 
truly Come sail away w/me. Ski much wif? Lets go skiing! Feb 83 
Prom nite, hmcmng — 83 AWE in MV, whatalaf! Calif. Kristin 
BBF. Me the swamp, Jendojmpgjksnow! Dra&Em, the Vinyrd, 
scopadoopa! Mr. F's class AJED. I've got character. Thanit. CCalu- 
met, N.H. Wk. enz, LCSS. Sftb 1 1#] 5 ptchr! Mthclss. EJPT 2 yr». 
awesome! Bye Guys Oh good good UTB, Auntie Em. o'reo cookie* 
w/mik. ILYMD&W 



MICHAEL CARBONE — ain't nothing but a thing, crash Ohsh 
... 73 Firebird Formula T/A never forgotten. Trans- Am nice ride. 
AJBS "we're we going to a fire" "Fire" funatfun. Butch Andy Bob. 
Kerry, Joe. Wayne, Tom, Rick, Mark, Karl, Dave.PWBSph, 
Gweeto and Floyd, pkthefire fighter. Fri. moonwalk time can't put 
it away. Sat. night, icbwdhwactg. Hockey, 1 9 nope 20, Thanx mom 
and dad, time must go on so Have a Happy DHS! 



R. TAGGART CARPENTER — n.h.y. Drama #355 rules X Mer- 
edith Whitehouse = best show ever elkworange Paige — no regrets 
. . no U nrut 2 evol edl Rendev JP, TS. SD & Inevtbl Split Up 
Seaside SUNGLASSES O BLACK Laggy SYSTEM Privlgd? 
RKPB Drive-in Us Nele — falldown 4C-XOSMIC: 10,42 — DIK- 
TOR: 4c-ASMORG Sylvia Elec. Guitar Stranger In A Strange 
Land 700 A FN Road TRIPS SC ENNENZOOMASS times flies 



EDWARD B. CARROLL JR — Football #72 Hey Mr. F.! NTB 
Roscoe! Was it worth twenty bucks?! RE — "T + B" BMUB 
"Whas Happnen T." Yeh Mr. D, but that's a rock! 
WenmdtsBbwhgvast! FOOD! Hanover'' I don't remember! Orlando 
Fla. in 82 — Memphis Tenn. in 83! Wknds in N.H. — Dwedward 
Island! Seage + CDB C.C. in HR wsesu? gonna miss you L.D. 
Maaarshmellow! BBDATDRKPLPC we made it Dwight Live you 
M + D gdlC + L — Gone Fishin! 



AMY B. CHANDLER — KAKS SKNDIP Bch How 1 
GSlTH20Bed Tampa 3 wks TXPJ Uncle Woody Run In The Opel 
Too Many Blues L&Ba *MJH 2 am Date Beach Sleep* SADw/ 
Sunny Hagen Daez w/Marc POLICE CONCERT B52s Squisha 
Chicken*6Js 'Stairs LM? BY1 — loPoonoo Big PB Pzaelev — 
Kris Brgrns — AZB — OOPS! Good times w/D&J&S will & 
Wayneos&Karen mmPOLO 'eyeluvujoeuraqt'My Daddy will al- 
ways be w/me! ILUMOM Smile Laugh And Be Happy! 



BOB CHANTRE — BC. TLC MSRIP Thanks Mom & Pops, Lc, 
TC, CC Tanish. Miked, Mike P. Frog, Spank. Crow, Retts Big D Sh 
LUA, Fusile BKRM, 4/8 Happy B Day Phil, Sean, Tom 5 period 
the wall. Break. Chris Bro Dick HG. Kool D From Ply. Bunker Hill 
Bill. Hoop with Reg Fri night games sprung, Kev cvs, Ming JTM 
Peoples, After Parties, Block Parties Brockton, Stinkin Lincoln. 



CHRIS CHAPDELAINE — The Famous Final Scene D H S. 
Homecomecoming "Seniors Toga" 84 M.J. Halloween, ILDS 
Hockey "8 1-82. 83-84" F. lOW.p.AJ.D.F. Garden Bound. Swedish 
smorgasbord. Thanks Rotary 82-83. TIBRATATA Stompers, Po- 
lice. Then we can Dream Spirit as mundi. BS The Cookie maker. 
UMO in Sept. 84 Thanx For the memorys D.H.S. Thanx Mom, 
Dad — TDMJPMJO — ILY A — I Really Have Enjoyed My Stay 
but I must be moving on D.H.S. 



DONALD T. CHRISTENSON — I DID IT Hockey #1 TODD 
. . . L Ya Carey Crazy Man marco's rrrtt But Doug 52 Go for 3 Ed 
TH, WC, EA, DW, Who's Driving 80, What? MINI-MAXI All 
Night Long 4c 's Ouch My Leg Toga Need A Jump Officer Slow 
down Todd Jess . . . Mud The Boys Bug & Beachbuggy foggies Hey 
Lamon Peds were've you been SKI & W & S Halloween 82-83 
SCM an gbmsngsmdonlgTkom Thnx M-D I'm Just Having Fun 



KIMBERLEY SUE CLACK — you never knew me — i don't 
know whether i ever knew you. NY, mv-afs-HeiAnita! Soslre for 
alltid. LndnKenilworth Chesford Stu Katy Alison bonking is so 
funny maybe we should all try it ... 20 rubles? i DO have something 
to lose Black"PUGS" nausea*X*F24EML&N06DReXene- 
BeatN 1 90H. Vyou, baby! ECA 1 9PCC/JCGDG MABICNTA. So- 
phie Shrub Hiley . . . what? 6 did we get 8? thwOrlDsamEss — 
we're still in newark 



MICHELE CLIFFORD — CapeCod TBEAR — BchPtrl Bos- 
ton! PhB Can't we take a Taxi? MAMAD BFF TB? Your milk is 
spilling! Muscles!! Phrick Jt Just call out my name . . . #66 — Pooky 
— MD + BL Fver FLAN — It'll never work! J-o-h-n Lenny + 
Squiggy LEISYA Smitty !Dila? 7/4/83 manomet!! TFT MD! 45 
... Cliffs gone over the edge. ACT For the Gipper! Luv you M + D 
LvYRbK We are heroes to the end. 




CHRIS COAKLEY — ... The Good Times are Forever . . KH- 
Plygmyw/CB! HRW/EC-GM-MNOTES Rule Laugh Much MK 
— registration? SLHS? A Fun w/MK RE-DM? So — BMB! 
MD&PG — no ethnic food Guess what? 1 forgot! The FC scoopin 
w/CH — boo KW — Con Room w/Lil' Chahlie TLA MASP '83 
HUBCAPS Rooster Summer FTYBR-WJMFOZ . . . MNF — 3rd 
Fl — LSJCJC — Memories — womp, GA, BrC YSV w/deo Thx 
M&D "It's the Laughter We will Remember ..." 




DAVID M V. 2 COLLINS — ALOHA Dudes, may a blue dove 
always fly within your path and let your future harvests always be 
bountiful. May you all find your own peace whether it come from 
work, love or the vine. May your radar detector always beep and 
never be forced to serve any unwanted time for Jay-walking in 
California State Prison. Aloha!!!! 



COLLEEN CONNOLLY — 4/81-12/22/82 Our limes IWLYA 
— JT Thanks Chris for everything! Gail funtimes 'Shipyard* 
DTC'HR? WGUT 6/11 'Barbecuc'Mikc + John — AtKUandB- 
I 'Someday EHD FFLife'Search, Find, and follow your dreams. 
R/C Hm*k' Summer 81 — Canada 1 made it E-f E! Never forget 
you JT CM TxftHelp Look back + smile for these are the best 
timet Thanks Mr + Mrs Mc. Love ya Mom + Dad. Scan + Brian 



JOAN COMER "**BOS w/Susan! Don't ever trust a mannequin 
Deb! Sweet Dreams Kelt! Kristine is BL but I am Too! Has it 
snowed yet? How's Hampster, Pumpkin? Stacey 3 lousy words!!! A 
banana phone, gels dirty looks! "AIB"*Marie C! 'frogs'swings- 
!*bug days'honey'movies'my locker'NH of Pizza!!! Thanx Marg, 
Betty, Barbie, Krunch, Claudia, you're friends forever!!! ILY 
MDKTC you've been Gr-8!! 



BARBARA COSGROVE: SOCCER #1 — #19, E-Mass/Sta- 
tes?NFP ... roadtrips: Ct-N Y-CAN = PRTYS/DMHEN- 
ATMTTBR/ . . . Flag? — Canada — Thnx'Kenoosh'COVEN 
. . . KLO'DED-BBALL??? Wash — TH4EvTh/SBLM — win? 
... OK — ILIW/Pick it up! Quapg/Thax — Les — Florida?/ 
STOP?? — Don't steal that sign! NUTMEG It's all over/Howie — 
Waben lives . . WKE=UJ/I'm driving — OKYCDA — GRU- 
BIETHANG — ANNIE — #1 BUDDIE — LYA — THANKS 
Mom + MJKBDD Luv Ya All. 



PAT CONLEY — I got by with a little help from my friends. Now 
the fog is starting to clear and it's going to be a beautiful day. I was 
in a magical forest when all of a sudden I saw a huge Flash and I was 
gone. Sometimes I seem lo slip in a daze, ya! Sherman it's your turn. 
B's in the sky, follow it and you'll learn to fly . . . 




TRICIA M. COSTELLO — #62 *NGLYG" The Hill" M&.M's 
= squeeks Burga I & 2*FF*AAAMLKKLSS Sum 83 — Florida 
Police Amy — Chicken'6J's*stairs — Laugh much? Dt3 Lb — 
Wh to Avon? EBF! DBA'LLST OMIGOD Chowhounds Brady 
Bus Muff 4-W-Twzn = Lost Keys — Lifesavers! 1 1 / 1 0/83 Finally! 
Burga — is it a Hondo'' Prom 83 Thanks AJ Kunsentration— sy 
BICal Skiddles IMY'L "It takes a second to say good-bye" Thanks 
M&D 



KERRY COUGH1.IN - Nice Kell! Potluck! I woudl! #81 Beach 
Ball' FLORIDA Packy Run! Van Halen! Hey woman! Prom 83! 
IwReady 1 Nice Bubba! #82! Scam Party! Nice to boat! She's A 
beauty! May 20 #8 The Boys! MARCUS! #70 You Betcha! Nice 
AT' SKI! Awesome! SHIELDSY! HH! NICE Dwayne! Ears! 
Fight! ILUK! Jasbo! FB-S3'' van Hockey! Homecoming! 1 9? Nice 
Ry + SEAN! Kel's mine Gammy! ILU MOM + DAD! DHS. 



KIM CRANE — 'LOVE IS JOHN'Roses 11/26/83 3/10/84 
The Rolling Stones, Sabbath, Floyd B.H. "T" Dougie wana get St. 
Ballet Skiing Love Tr. my br. out cellar n. Kris Black Diamond You 
say you want a revolution Mad bashes Good times are never forgot- 
ten Island Creek Here comes the sun Land slide Marsh cuts Ma + 
Dad thanks I did my time, Auda here Lata 



COLIN CUDMORE — "dudes, what's happenin! mub esoob yh- 
caebiBagle Country, 4x4 be" sssml I wannahyb! elagnethgiN snc- 
paew? the big rague red devil on the highway. 134, 140, 1?? Wr. #1 
PDPRA, you dudes are beautiful. Nyfsls. Idaho maddness. road + 
rip? you did it Nylen, I can always tell. Wr. #1. Sophisticated 
Lunatics here and there forever! sick rememberance th. M + D + S 



JULIE KATHLEEN CUNNEEN — Field Hockey #14; Tennis #1 
The 'Stang! Miss. '83! — Nice Haydee! Jaycee? B-mer!! Chester- 
fields, again?? SCRodFAce. G&T Pop? 2/14/83 Sharkbite! 
Smegg. Kuzsh! Letter JG? latatata (he-he) The END Zone! A 
Shrew? KatCan Do! laidies knight!! Fuzzy Duck. P.C., anyone? 
Doodle. Chillout. IMYR! Jujubee! What's the skinny? little unit. 
What bouy Will OUR Tomorrow ever come? ILY M&D; 
RRMTAD&MEA 



MATTHEW CUSHING — EMASSCHAMPS 81, 82, 83 State 
CHAMPS #10 BUNCHES, BUNCHES sunrise mich's NEIL 
YOUNG Jun 11 "five year plan merry" WE1D U2" That's my car" 
Comes A Time Dire Straits YCFMAITWTYS — NY 3J Every- 
body knows this is knowhere gunin UM ASS Greatwood 250 NTV's 
OVER THE HILL SOCCER 60-1 BBGORDON SOON OR 
LATER IT ALL GETS REAL — WALK ON. 



JAMES G. DAVID — Egg Wars! — '82 + '83 Real Estate Signs 
— JSJDJR Golf, Band and Jazz Band. Himay Gumbeydamit Po- 
lice/Fixx Concert — Aug. 10, '83 Slick Rick and the Dancin' Bear 
WYBFM?scam JimboT-Bird Suzanne 10/8/83 Prom 84? Everlee 
II S willbo Halloween Bash Give me three steps. Thanks MDRL. 
CARRY ON 



TERRY DAVIS — PORSCHE GO FOR IT, Carbon units, Bowie 
Love reigns Oe'r Me, Rosin. Mr. Mike TAD, CW, Chopin MBRC, 
A DROOLING BY-PRODUCT OF A GERMAN HORMONE 
EXPERIMENT. VAIL! Cosmic — Correspondence! JENNY, 
who — knows? Windsurf! BENZ Cath/Trace/PEACE, tull Far- 
Fars T'aichich'aun. MY BRAIN HURTS! OPERJM — ! Fiesta, 
destroy! London — '83 SKI Space Oddity, Life Is the Rhetoric of 
Failure, Amour — BC — NIK + JAS 



LESLIE DELANO: X-country Track SSL Champs?! ThAL 4x440 
(SMadLisRiz) STATES DDaDrlnsSKMM PLAD Prov PWSTK? 
R + C OWhtaNite HmLdwBNy? St 73StBWtfay? WAMe 
WOOD pS82 Fla 83 Rm 19Whts up Edith? Warstories Prom 83 
Unc Ben Log Cab Th Mike 2wks is sup Whos Next? Poca K's V'83 
Bl Re DORC Excuse Me ... CI Bsosme I Ha To FN an Just Like 
Old Times! SPaD's Owhtawk 82 frSFm 83 LLNP St Apags Whts 
Up? NYEP 83 Boo — Boo 143 Ta — la Thnx M + D + T 



■SHBBBIiBH^HHHIHHnnnnBHHHI 

STEPHEN D. (BRUCE) DEVAUX — Never Sleeps. Sunday at 
5:30?! 515, 355,666, 19. 42, three roses. BbEbBbBbAbGbEb. P'u. 
EMACCEIQEONSR M They were indeed a queer looking party 
. . , JAM! Get a synth. What about the Face — It may be Maya 
What do you get when you multiply six by nine? Who could be 
mistaken? Bloody Punks! Babal Fish Jump. Te AmoS.P.! Poets Do 
What They Want. Peace 



ANNETTE DEWOLF — 4/9/82 Mary, BFA TC LP NS KW KR 
LB — "B" squad "w" incident closets much Jess The Lost DK? 
RAH RAH prom 83 sunrise? KR NEW YEAR'S ere's Cher's skip 
day TOGA Sal's house sorry — IH FB PICNIC MLW/his ego g. 
course MAYFLOWER St HALWN '83 S.S. Punch on the pool 
SK. DIP ten-wads Thanx N&D&S&T&D Keep smiling John & 
Danny IMYMXO It's the laughter we remember I luv you IAN XO 



MICHELLE DIPERSIO— M&M A.C.T. Len+squig Wall, FB. 
Stairs frick, goons, muscles, smit FJ.MB.RP. Subs Stymie got flies! 
Coke Cans — Jim Bio Yellow SW, Cape, Brwn bags Boston you 
wanna see cool 6678 bandanna's Ming Beach Apple — Dance 
Corn? Gipper under the bleachers? dear mabby, what is "" all 
about? The Blond Bomber Snw Jon Dad B. Wiz of OZ Know that 
kid? Phil + Veg. Tea The Rt. Mistake? Bh 



ANDREA DOANE — f.h. #15 2 PROMS — 83 KT's — PP Miss. 
83 CEJNDJK — forever Vineyar Dem "PLAD" Peaks Island nifty 
— sign IWNFYAALYMA Maine — forever The Swamp BW's 
DLKJHDMRS. D UB2's! Summer '83 1 1/1 3/82 MJA! — "Hyul 
& Kuzsh" — Police Concert Eng. in b-rooMnb cruising in Bour- 
nEma Jen "Wanna go for a walk?" Yo Lube "diviertate pero no 
mucho!" 12/10/82! — True friends are forever — Luego Thanks 
M&D ILY 



DENNIS DOBECKI — Head for the mountains, 
PCMRTCUJDtT — shirt — Bonfire, skiing at Steamboat Co, Col 
— in Did we fail Chem?, US ski Team!? Homecoming 83 on the 
beach, GOOFY, "Mr Monarch" Run from who? The Fuzz, "Don't 
Stop Believing", SRBB, RTB, YSBGDPPHMAYITF, Ski Trip, 
Give It Your Best Shot, 10ISNE1, Hoop & BBall, MLTYKH, 
THANK JOB TYFYHMH. LATA DHS GOOD LUCK D&D, 
Thanks for your love & help MOM & DAD 



KATHLEEN DOHERTY — Field Hockey #1 SSL Champs 
Jeanne Friends forever: Learning to drive many mailboxes Regular 
Hamburgers 1 Julius Caesar PIZZA for breakfast Fluent French 
never late Butterscotch pudding "Kathleen turn around and shut 
up" Many movies Miss B and the safety pin PN at YSH Softball 
reading aloud The best family I love you chick Gumby MTMM 1 2 
hugs aday 



JANET DONAHUE — Sum '81 N&J Cape rabT soopa BAP 
Mary — constitution It smells too good in here. L'il BLEM/HAIR 
40 min. GTO! D Funniest Ding IBFDI . . . Don't licensed to wear a 
GOH. CheeseMission E&C Lamp? Keep right? J Rkfd-ert. Shuf- 
fle tag feel the window weather permitting. Swings Margie C un- 
derseat goggles/hid stoppertube turn the boat NR = Nomemory 
123 WTF! Is that B? TMCJW 



ROB DONOVAN — Dunny Mrs. Dowling English Class! Hockey 
#1 League Champs 83 Golf League Champs 8 1 , 82, 83 Thanks Mr. 
Hayes HOCKEY PARTY!! 83 Walshy NO Alcohol? ROOP, Yes 
officer He's on the team Eric Help Me Carry This downstairs Prom 
83 SLLATDUB ARIGATO BWSC FALL Regatta, Marblehead I 
CAN'T WAIT UNTIL Friday Night ILY MOM & DAD 



MARY-BETH DOONAN — MB Hey Julies what's up! Where's 
the car? 82 Prom Maine Hey Trica Drag race Wendys McDs 
Boston Hey Bro AC + Mikes Buckly Jonesy 5B? Snnaps Piza! 
Drive much Jump lakes Cam Tina vega Clan Te Totaler Karen 
much raken Callahan tunnel China Town Hey Brin wirly girls Hot 
Child in City MVagas only two Beach Bums Jim too cold California 
Bye DHS 



JULIE MARY DOSCHER — E — MASS & STATE CHAMPS 
'83 #12 Smaddy #8, Ringo #11, Macey #22 Buddies 4-Ever! MorP 
830 OPS! Sorry Sue Macey EOS Bash Road Trips: Montreal 
Flags? NY, Conn. H.Hs@Deanos H.Hs@Delanos Ringo Bash H. 
C83 Toga! 3:30 am! Bean Pot Tennis Barks & ISSLA! caps w/Sue 
Decor Rock! We Were @ Brandeis, Mike? IMUBR'LARJ?!? 3 
yrs Stompers Pine St.! DPAHPOTD! B-ball Pool Hoppin' A.H/ 
G.Hw/D&L Me & DSki TMITHWS! SPRINGSTEEN #1 Born 
To Run! ILUM&D 



PHILIP PAUL DOUCETTE JR. — 6EDDJJ6Hooka6sM'$?! 66 
Plymouth Fury II California Bound 83-84? You can't kill ROCK 
'N ROLL It's here to stay — OZZY hey Michelle — Freixenet and 
cardboard stereos Waterside home/Lincoln, Corvette, Ferrari soft 
feathers softer than yours — M It's a real scream EB & DC Gone 
for the day VHSabbath I'm gone Thanx M&D all that we arc is all 
that we need to be. 



THOMAS DOWD -- The Silver Bullet will love on. '76 Monte 
Carlo 77 Monte-Rossco & The Madd Mobile B'. WEASEL were 
did the fish come from? Bad to the BONE. Seger Concert J 1283. 
Good timer are the BEST. YLID. Tryin' hard to just accept it a 1 1 . 
MAIN STREET 76. When I am Mobile. DDKBTH8604 you are 
still there — Precious and Few. Everytime you make it through it's 
another little victory 



JEANNE DRISCOLL - Field Hockey # 1 2 SSL Champs #1 But- 
terscotch Pudding anyone? '83 Skiing — "Lodge bound" — Betcha 
anything! Hey Kid What's up? movies $4.00 refund! safety pin 
please! Pizza forever! P.N. at Y.S.H. Next year . . . definitely! 
Summer of '83 at the C. factory — $1.00 worth of gas for $10 
friends forever — Kathleen — Bermuda in '84! Best family anyone 
could have ILY Mom, Da, Janet & Bill 



ANN DUCH ARME — AFS — Jule & BIK Jack the R! Nancy — 
can't forget the Stones! Janet: "They can ride the bus" so many 
"embarrassing situations"! — The Marina!! C — so real, isn't she? 
J, S. K,: Best of Luck Vt, MHF & Gina — I miss you all . . . M, D, 
R, E, D, J, M, D, L & S — All my love. Ballet Workshop, Barbara 

— Thanks. N.Y. — '83. Fame. Dance . . . Expression of the heart. 

— Believe in yourself & all things are possible. 



CHRISSIE DUFFY — JBGAEDMWHTBS — Remember? 
BFFnifduf Monster Chomps! MD-TGOWkw?!? 2/14/83 
WDWLMSRA! Thanx Tal! Clambakes — Dinny. Skippin NO 
SHOES! AUS Eternal Beachbum 1. 2, 3. IAO Peppermint 
WHAT? GNO Up Where We Belong — PQ — 83 BEAT IT! 
Kdacs Ter & Lis once upon a time. HC 81 — RuA & F TRACK 
Slick — Green! Norwell is a 7 letter word AH. CHA, CHA Corn- 
field How's your Aspen? "Arc you 2 clones''" ILY D&A&2M 



LAURIE DUNLAP — 1 "Charger" Cruisin gSSdPdbSJDtpPT 
What's our excuse for being here, Laur? Van Halen BK + McDs 
Free Whopper — you talk! PPh — SB Where's the bathroom? 
What woods? Scott — The rock — Summer JUDY G.H. Drive-In 
Mash Bash ACDC No more 2FP SLHS BCN CCCanal — TS 
LANIH Jm — Jntr Pink Floyd . . . Don't tell me there's no hope at 
all Together we stand. Divided we fall. ILYS ARMY — here I 
come! Dnt Wry M&D 



4RIS DYER — Far Out Marcia You're So Cute Ming Dynasty 
vlarnie O'Cal LEE Sara Chip Mr+Mrs L. CapeCod Chestnut Hill 
Guess What Lee Got For Herb — Day — Wagoneer Loudspeaker 
on the car roof? OREGON Yanci — LEETO The Nunnery Cheap 
Motel In Bend Fleetwood Mac Attack what channel is on the radio 
Marcy? The P's and the Ds will live forever Chris Monroe Ski! Love 
Ya Mom and Dad LiL' Juli S+KT STEREO Money in Future 



ROBERT C EDMUNDS ai Doug M. ByBntng, Pvrta, Bub, BrI 
HIOBS 7/83 Lfever 6 amems Tncn "HtoH" B Dylan WSkiing 3t 
ssD's S&G Foxboro 8/83, 3 hrs NH Fishing EC "Bass-Trout" 
"Beammeup, B" N + B the ZONE (R.S.) GW, C, If! Oatsy BMB 
deals MG, "Kdrth" the DZ Att '83 ar "git reddy, go!" H & bits 
GHishockey vbc '83, bbc '84? JH boxing. H, C "adyn" WhWa, 
pyrmiac Bowie ch#l s.city, DD cmping ME. FF combat 
"WGGOOTP" — A . . . BYEF 



KIMBERLY A EDWARDS — KIMMER SYRACUSE. New 
York YOU CAN'T ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU WANT. BUT 
If you Try Sometime, You Just Might Find You Get What you 
Need . . . COME ON GUYS DUXBURY ISN'T THAT BAD 
Look Denise Same initials D.F.L. HEY DUANE do ya wanna play 
scrabble?? J. Pagel I always new I was one! Thanks for everything! 
NANCY, what's wrong with my shoes! DFL 102982 Good Luck 
Coll! 



MARY ELLIOTT — Annette Bratln New Year's Eve Junil 
Thanks D&T May newer st Net we're going home! SS Punch on the 
^KS! That's my car R&C "w" incident BUNCHES & 
• 10SM2LY M ATTHEW tennis wads M L. w/hisego 
Florida fb picnics golf course Dire straits "B" squad 
lost DK'* Its the laughter we will remember HALWN 
ep smiling M&D LUV YA! 




CHRIS C FALLOWS — Football #18 SB? NAH BBJV style 
GrabAsuitcase And Head For The Mountains SNDC = BSAMF 
CAPETRIP CORNER "The Jug" 20? Prom 83= EA+1 COM- 
GONE PtNt. At Walshies DATHG "Camp Wing Ding" B-BO- 
saHCGPHX Flies no more 11/13/82 TH Bash = 1.75 Rat pool 
TALKING HEADS 8/22/83 "Making Flippy floppy" Sts Gekas 
National Holiday = Matts BB + JR. JJ. JFjimmy O Burning Down 
The House THANX M&D LATAH DHS 



RICHARD W FLANAGAN — "Like the Altitude" Nice of you 
to show Jazz "crash" would you? Slurpee talk lo Ollie Party? $10 
suitcases P-RUN "Bottles Please" Police 83 "what's be on" Rush 
"Please" pier "The Stump" Shieldsy wfvbt Beach — run Kayfaben 
Forget it Grade 8? Wake up Gee "Scaley & patty" $ 1 5 Bob Florida 
Homework? nice Joe Dokas Zone fuatimes Are those waves AJ? Iu 
the fun u remember ILU M&D 



SHEILAH MARY CATHERINE FLANAGAN — "Flan" is 
"Free" Luv U: Jiffy (4. 5 ... ) Phillip, Davey (Geils!), Dan — my 
man. Neil — my "son" YOU'RE beautiful! JOn 'JO "Judge not 
..." Roberr — Troublemaker' This is GREAT! I call U John? Mr 
"F" & Uncle Colin? Mano! Missya Jess, 2-2 much! Rem: Bierz & 
Aspr (a Harden Hill n G&T's for Jeni, Clea, we can act if we want 
to — if we don't nobody will . . . Dream. I miss U Oreo!! (you know) 




PETER FORAN — "You've Gotta love when you can, 
cry when you have to" Darin — SWILTCAITBOTC! SGVIDS — 
Summer Tour '83 THINK ABOUT IT! Let The Good Times Roll 
— Angelos — HAGMOBILE "JOE. hangout the window" THEZ- 
PREZ GDFidPJSP" Goodbye my friends, maybe forever" AGYG 
Double Threat — Cyndi & Kim WOLVERINE! THDHKHJFEB 
ASTHANX'And miles to go before I sleep, and miles to go before 1 
sleep." 



JOSEPH FOLEY — 80-84 1 Heart E. J&E, FE 9-11-81 830-910 
Hayride R+G The Room & Lees Betsy L. Wres & Thes 157-355 
Sle, sc. sc, nec 1, 2, 3 . . . Rhomb us remember 1-2-82 Don't worry 
its only a rental Fugitive Joe & Captain Star Child What Happed 
To D&D & More Rad & Lung G.L. to DH, JF, AS, EB & to DC 
CALORNE Rereland where is JW l.H.P. Death to P.G. R.L. is 
dead s"IJWTSFYDHS" "The End" 



ERIC W. FRANCKE — "And as Moses lifed up the serpent in the 
wilderness, even so must the Son of man be lifted up: That whosoev- 
er believeth in him should not perish, but have eternal life. For God 
so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoev- 
er believeth in him should not perish but have everlasting life" (St. 
John 3:14-16) 



CATHY FOLKART — DAWN, DENISE, DANNY. JOHN. 
DAVID. DINA, WESLEY. MICHELE, KAMI. BRUCIE + 
JIMMY OXOX CORALEE + BART THANKS MISS YALL 
HANG IN THERE RENEE J.C.R. Forever RCA — A GREAT 
EXPERIENCE A LOT OF GROWING DONE THERE 
CHEERING WAS GREAT DHBOBS VIRGINIA BEACH I 
LOVE YOU DMBJASG KISES THUGS It will be worth it in the 
end. I HOPE YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR DOING G. the FSHS 
FUTURE? HAPPINESS! 



LUCY FRANCKE — Shauna woman, when I am going to B like 
U? Chinking saaaquish Dunkin Donuts — it's worth the trip! 7/82 
ILY LUKE Mary — meet u at the fence in 3 mins. Benchies you R 
too old to trik-or-treat! What was the Drv. In Mv ABT? wana BY'N 
O? Groovex Greg No we are not identical twins? TRD class Donkey 
Karen, Thanx 4 being a good friend "DON'T STOP BELIEVING 
..." JRNY 



SHAUNA ANNE FREDERICK — remember BPP&SH Col- 
leen, summertimes spent in scituate. Kristin thanx for being there 
kgbuddies tennis#l many bike trips to the beach "original beach 
bum" good times at UBGHCPRDD NHski trips How do I stop? 
Marthas vineyard Prom 82-83 Greg I Luv you so much 2-21-82 
kiddo GO AFTER YOUR DREAMS I won't step in the way 
Thanx DHNH I'm the nurse Mom thanks a lot I luv U we are 
family. 



LAURA FRISBEE — (2) "Where do we go from here?" Charlie 
(Sha) you've always been there. Sum 82/83 Cruisin' sat nights Ply 
Wtrfrnt SLHS p&k Jeanne Jr Yr "The Best" JJBSDBGP & "D" 
ILY! LSDJ The Lauries "She's A Beauty" PPh — JR, JM — Jntr 
Bk & McDs Foolin' JS — Oct 82 Laurence! *Mashbash* Are we 
late again, Laur? *L + L =insprbls*It was great while it lasted, but 
now its over! Thanx Mom & Dad, Jim & Lynne! 



JEFF PHIL FUSILE — "REDNECK" #20 BMLBE! Virginia 
molBwIofelSBILY aiaw! KIT! memories: O.C., M.D., PC & KJ 
Golf? Geker's! Sumr w/? Gifflicks Reggie! TF: 
LBPCKJNKHHPL shower buddies! Fox Cad Riv Nghts Good 
Luck everyone, make something of yourself! "If I leave here tomor- 
row would you still remember me, for I must be traveling on now" 
Bye Yanks "REBEL" I Love you Mom and Dad THANKS 




LAND — Sur-prizzy! CA-ARS! CSS 3/16/82 
lir & tree= DANGER! Barefoot in the parkin lot! 
Teege, Hillary Bean luvs ya. Tues broomdance! PROMS! Scouts 7- 
17-82 ME, in a cast? ELVIS wants 2 wear my red shoes! HUG, 
SUE? Miss U Laur. You've got 2 get up every mornin w/a smile on 
your face Te amo Sharry. YaA-AY! Thanx 2 all 18 of U: i MADE 
IT! Goodbye, remember the best times & keep in touch. 



BETSY GIBBONS — AFS-STE, Me.. Ellen & Jack, Jule, NAJJ 
— M V. '83 "Kim the pyro" HFCCDDFL, Lit. Mag. Span., Y. 
book '84, piano — "The past is but the beginning of a beginning, 
and all that is and has been is but the twilight of the dawn. (HGW) 
N.Y. — "La Bamba" Que iba a hacer?. Ja! "Una carga gorda" Hi 
nancy, Monique & Anita — CLASH — BTPI #13 PBS — ATLA, 
ACGS & BR Thanks M.D.P. & T. 



ROB GILGAN — Sorta, Kinda Maybe . . . Almost Mike I'm 
telling you this is the turnpike! JUMP BACK! I will follow my 
dream you follow yours!! Thank you everyone who helped me. It was 
fun McD's See Ya HANGING OVER THE EDGE. LVY a M&D 
Mus. of Arts Oh Dumda dee! Once upon a tree. I came across a 
Time I'll be heard from so listen. Im somebody else now!! Have I 
come to always? Not yet. GOOD LUCK CL. 84 



BRIAN G1LMORE — Gary Who? Slippery people FunktaFunky 
& A PUNK! Duxbury is the microcosm of Earth Stkung out an lazy 
I ate all the razors R.I. P. 66 OldsmoPole — CRAHS Make flippy 
— Floppy T-TOOT Dunkin donuts laid back Steve's Big Fan Van 
Mork = smoke Question Authority! Beard Board Jenny Jenny & 
Tom 2 tone Mr Bowie Pnk Floyd RDD What a long strange trip its 
been Luv ya M & D lata 



JENNY GOUR LEY — D.E. Hiding U. MAC CofeT.Zone Drway 
everything looks funny ATGTW/Andrea. W/S.S Hampt. B. Bri- 
an — In Love Again? Memories are forever — CATHY. X-CAL. 
OLHJB. TOMMY, K.W. — Kindgen + so on . . . M + S "The 2 
Goofs" R.S W/MR Pig? Bob??? Andy, G.L. + Thanx F.E., 
YAGF. Lisa L. "is it x-mas yet?" — G.L. Sue: THBMGTT. 
C M :YWABRAL — "only the good die young." Thanx — MDBA 
- ILY 



ERIC MICHAEL GIUMETTI — Baseball & Football #15 6-2 
Monster Siack=Vince 11/13/82 PHX. Shot Down ILYSUE Bo 
Sox Game-DBSHDWCF shirt? PROM 83=Vince The Lobsta 
5/13/83-CATTI •CAPETRIP!* Tank Scam = Beach & Alden 
Mindy =Th's Car TH - Bch Party 2 and a Rack I WALYCTPDFi 
All niters 46 — SickLog Bunchawimps RT 53 Stuntman DB = FT 
"WING" it HARRY = "88" 747 15 = 3rd Base Uncle B Deb O is 
WILD The BIRD= Sno ILY M&D DHS: CATCH YA LATER 



ANDY GORMAN X-Country 1234 Track 1234 I've now served 
my time QZPD WZPD Green space suit Red Bag PMDK Reggie 
— What happened 1 3th? Quarter mile 50 maybe Track — what 
can we say we don't lose XC3DANDDSSGKGOG? #515123276 
ENDW and Plets go try Fishing Sailing Reggie! What those Mam- 
mals again YGS and clubs college — Bentley maybe'' Thanks 
Mom, Dad, Paul, Cill — and miles to go before I sleep 



DEBBIE GRISSOM — Florida '83, Bestwestern, DW, WW, BG. 
off to N.H. Limerock, PN! Car shows. Hugh? no! Debs Pit Crew! 
Volvo Turbo! George? Always! Chichester me blue youred, whee- 
bies, Tewksies PP! Raging Rapids Who'' Judaheart? Out on the 
jetty! Mustang Cobra Canibeandriverside, menhconnverflga, 
Hawii? Yes! JazRaDreyBerly BrentBLFEM Thanx, never Forget 
you M Joneil The Rainbows End Luvya H.L. Thanks M + D 




PATTY H AFFEY — Celebrate in the streets! Dad and mom I love 
you! Reef I'm coming — Chinsty I'll miss ya! Polly — What are best 
friends for'' Prom '83. AHP. T.T watch out for double bikes! Probs 
Kisy — live! B's #15 & #6. Poppy — Chicken Pox and Sugar 
Cookies. F.G. & D C. come visit! Hello D. finally Lace — all night 
long, where did it go? J. it was fun. Homecomings! 1 Love Life! Bye. 
Thanks God! 



DANIEL HAGNEY — The Family. The Hag Mobile. Florida, 
My Door, second half of coolness. Run Fast ACT. Manomet July 3 
12/31 /82 what are you wackey It wasn't me I was home that night 
Prom week Hojos. Dunking Dounuts. JF2, EB. DC. TH. KL, AS, 
EW. Uncle Sam. Your young you'll get over it. Angelos Head, got to 
love it! The Lunics. states It Reads empty again, on the flip side 



KRISTINE HALL — "Joan — Debbie — Claudia — Susan — 
Kelly — Dawnel — SCJoanie, I'm still happy with myself!* Helen 
+ Betty are BL too!*Spring, 1983, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. F.I.L.R.V. 
Where are you now? 'Let's go to McDonalds'Strange guys in a 
car'Man in the garbage 'Good times? *So long Duxbury 'Mom, 
Dad. Stephen. Jennifer, I Love You Very Much!! *I Made it 
•Thanks to you 'California here I come!!!! 




HEATHER HANES — BMTQ — Fever Ph. k E.G. M.h. days 
Hwiaaf'chaz kid'thinice'Blight Night'Mr Mom'B50's Ih light? 
EBFI 5/24 Mom? Joshmoeumo SigEp! Saab Europe 81 Calif 82 
Barbados 83 — Airports. TF + MG Ski Sun *Cot 1/80 'Labor 
Day'U massive bound . . H. Hotel Ka King King Time for 
Wally World Kid. Nwprt! Cops 83 DJC! Maria + Pita ASL PMSS 
T'sfen — Time to go — Turn and face the strange changes . . . 
JCYABTO 



STEPHEN MATHEW HARRINGTON — "Harry" #88 = 747 
Paddy — Mitch sent me! SB82? huh Prom 83 Vince the cob sta let 
me Drive "scamtank" The masta Vince Tony Beanzo caddy qulers 
at cads melindas = all niter in TC's car Homecoming 83 midd 
coss = skip at Gifts How many have you had? nm Vince = Fail 
Guyons 3 Frosh scam tank at Vinces. Get bagged much? Thanx 
Mom and Dad and Cuv ya catchalata Harry #88 



TOM HARNAN — "Bullet" 4 Hockey #30 BGarden 40 sec "Red 
light" 2 soccer #30# 1 State Champs 82, 83, 43 O WGADS "Mick" 
2 Tennis New Seabury 31 PWL&F Marco's Parties I'll sleep Here 
SDAMPA: MG H4C Jump Start Papies car H&R Wall Repair 
TSGB Joe's Prom Party 82 Stony Brook Lets Role fm Jackpot 
Round L. Placid & Canada 2 down 3 to go Its only Just Begun 
Thanx MDJKGM its been Real 



ADAM WAYNE HARTWELL — GREEN — DIFFERENT 
FOREVER ks 1 Crash & Burn Whip it! AGYG PJG SP TCLFT 
cosmic 2 1 / 1 & swim? of 4 my anyway = 2 min? OIA SC SD/Jenny 
3 Mar. week = huh? SLAM!! AFS Ming What homework 4 
Prom*2*3? (H20SKI) (1 &s) My life is insanity 5 Seaside rendez- 
vous XESYKNIK TUS *OPUS RULES* ' BUBBLES 6/30/82 — 
? NYE DR Green M&Ms! PARTIES 32767 END Hayride Dr IN 
Listen to the Madman X. 



RICHARD W. HASENFUS — HMOI Burlington Crash GP 100 
Coe H.W.V. Bks forget food Killington HAM lost B.Y.M.C.U. 
Penn State Freestyle Football #17PH OHC T&E, MHRB Canada 
trip 11/20/83 DJBTE P&P H-OIe 10/s Wrestling S.S.C. #1 Go 
For it, the sky is the limit H&M STATE BOUND dad uFOABEE- 
FASKI MY SHOULDER R.D.F. WIM SAYS Hutch WIN!!! 
Bydddcl GOODBYE ISN'T FOREVER. MEMORIES ARE 
FOREVER!!! 



KIM HATCH — London 83 SOCCER'STATECHAMPS shak- 
lee mobile kimbasq'ed Be a sport! GZ & MK DFWTH 17Cs B&M 
Beans SHT's & SGD MUSTARD B-ball #10 referee Beware of 
Mallorcans Friday the 13th Morp Bert Police 83 Lit pickup CH? 
L&S Snag*Mitch Walenda BFABB sabotage Bruins Chubs/Ton- 
iasita ciaw NFC Chico, Rahoule & the man! turn left sm! Track 
LCs TMNBs Vendetta sinders & bits MSAKK FIA. trout 



BETH ANNE HAUBER — Theatre is a way to be myself 'cuz 
people think I'm acting Thez — Sec. TT W 8 / 1 5/81 ILY Brian8/ 
13/83 B.M. GREEN! Smile its healthy THEM #2! 12/ 1 3/80 Ston- 
eaged driving Its just incred! I VON of what? mnmopedr and in Mai 
he GL John TX KDLEAPDHJ! And Those Eyes Tiggers 240 
Pages?! I dunno Kelly Confess w/what? THanx Mm&Dd BH 
MOOOLALA!! Let God's Will be done 



PATRICIA ANN SERAFINA HAUGH — We've only just be- 
gun Janice, Kelli, Sue, Our friendship will last 4 ever. Wild nights at 
Weymanor. It loses it's flavor? Dale 6/24/83. I'm wishin on a star 
— I'll always remember you WG. CM. GG. & Rissy Chrich, Joe P. 
MR Sulli Baby can we ALL go to the bathroom? (Jr year) Vicki- 
= Kevin A J — you are gorgus! Later DHS Thanks mom = dad love 
ya. memories — I wont 4get 



JULIE HAWKINS - My mind ain't so open afs — London Kenil 
worth Ches for dmj Alison Paolo Anita bye — Bye OTH Never 
mind the last bonk, lets go! eXtravaganza Billy Zoom May I See 
Your room key Please? Bill "n" Ben The RaskolnikoVUnder the 
big BLACK sun'Sopjie Drucilla Electra Anarchia Fiora Pugs? 
Nigel Inspace noone can hear you Clash. I been watchin' you. The 
truth was here and 1 killed it we're still in newark 



SARAH HAWKINS — Pugs Anarchia huh jcgdgmabicntia Ej vil 
saune dej Anita mi mancherai Paolo-ciao I'd have been a Raskolni- 
kov the world's a mess Maybe it's right to be nervous now — course 
it's dat bad Iniative comes to themsthat wait AFSnyUK Kenilworth 
— Alison life wears a black dress XeXeneXclash — bonking is so 
funny maybe we should all try it oh you're a hadge we're still in 
newark 



STEPHEN HA Y WARD — / Bickfords? Dunkin Dounuts/my les- 
standishs.f/Plymouth/Crystal Castles/JunJleking/High score/ 
tracy Rowen Rose/Playing Pool/"not to night I have to work"/"If 
you only knew what went in that"/ Balloons with Black thread/'74 
Vega — It seems all right to day/at least it gets me there/Bowling 
— "not tonight Its league night"/! am finally out of here/See ya 
later DHS 



MATTHEW HERRIGER — * A-TEAM*CADDY DA WG 
RYBO WHEATY The FAHTH ABCoa FOOTBALL'TRACK 
VLMSTPB vfsAMY BETSY — RIP SKI TRIP NYWWD BC 
marathon HOCKEY GAMES IYFAYLWYSDWN MURPHs 
BASH! SOPHOMORE YEAR SCAMTANK HAR- 
RYS.P. = BchBlfAs hacombo NEIL IILWTOWRP RICK KWS 
LGSPETER FMNEIL DAVE pat fwab MY — FACE — IS — 
HOT NEVER SAY NEVER cbtne MOM LUV YA MISSY- 
JENNIFER NEIL J. CADIGAN MARY LUV — THAX 
MOM — DAD GOODBY 33 



KIM HIGH — 3 Muskas'Soccer 15 "X" KRWMOTHCODSM- 
= LN's Road Trips'Champions'AFS people don't — D&K do!! 
LONDON — June 30*JtaJon ou que tu sois*50 wknd R + C Tink's 
— such a deal*Kimb3sq'ed*SHAKLEEmobiie V + O 3DWkne — 
Deposits pay *B-52's'BRUINS!!/3 our fans'CB Manoment — 
IHTGTW*Awom-x masswosama'St. J — Mark?! L+A for 
LCPH — CB — RH'Stk — Who today**It's been real its been 
nice but it hasn't been real nice "MK" 



CHRISTOPHER B. HODGDON — "HODGE" '84 DHS not 
bad. Ice Hockey JV — V#19 sslcc Quarts Jr Break hand Dunny's, 
Sr #4SSLC? Latin 4 incred, WD #ls Bend Bound, LP #1 ... As 
long as we have faith in our own cause, and an unconquerable will to 
win, victory will not be denied us. WC. Thanx M&D . . . 



TERRI HOJLO — Remem: Tears are only melted smiles GOOD 
TIMES W/GOOD FRIENDS: Hockey, fb & soc games bananas 
& phones, pingpong & DbBlowouts. THANX Sand, Zeca, Michs, 
Duff, Jen, Pol, Kims — friends for keeps LISKYA — BFF (wdet) 
Cal & NH! Ten 3, Soc Mgr 2, SC 2 4/13 GPM — IWLYA&F — 
HI! Prom '83, Grad. Champ. roses-Summ 83 RS flume, MV, The 
Police! Thanx for many memories DHS — Thanx MDT Never 
allow your dreams to die . . . 



TRACEY HOPKINS — TFTGTG Mis Fen Bre Dan HiD Mel 
Cam Cat Jan Jes Man "COPS" 83 HONYS: Berger DW M&N 
ND TP EG 2& A RACK Smuch much no time S83 WGWDD 
GET OUTTA ME! Mother? EBFI E. Gforever cone! NP 
SOUDLMP BABIES!! HOMECOMING 83 MARGIE UNB- 
DILSKI Tia AVEZ-VOUS VEDE? Sleepover MS & JB & TH Far 
Fars PETTY DE BEAUTIFUL Puffy V KNOW BECAUSE . . . 
HEY CAM — LIJAPBPWMTL PYT ILUVIT! NMBTM 
M&DILU ILWNR 



COLLEEN HORGAN RAH! RAH! H.C '83/TOGA!! Peoral- 
bashs What's 55? A#! Police — MKKHGZ — LitPikUp! LWALD 
nec Beachin 'it Surprise! Pizza at ¥. BHDPCCSCOOPINA Pty! 
LBFBear buys stkwkends! BRwST! Jr. Prom hnlf am 2nd Fam. 
Thanx Ly Work much Dan!? "Keefa"! IL+My PSores Bkoval? 
H.R. much? ann. quiz. Msfd TcurpbeganwMTGTaF Dnces 
memba much? Geilscar probs' DK! ? WhregWDYTBGOT? 
Numb teefs Thanks Chicks "ALWAYS SMILIN" 



BETH HYNES — SOTWOTB — Lisa — #1 Buddie 1 Left 2 
Right. LB Rabbit — Dknflzy. BosBoys. What is 55? Holcol SBE 
Aid — thtsmymthr! CLDPL. Pizza at 3 — MICoHo. WVa — 
KCA. STOCR — Calo! 2dl2go! Preppy Wmn — Washy — KSR! 
GCG. 103? Heehee Murpha. IMY — VH. Work Much Dan? SYF 
— TGRR. Toga! PB — Gotta GO! CMSSILYITW — Sheila 
LGGH scoYWABMF — Dan HR Coleen? Ors EB + SCOB + BS 
GPOR — Lis. DCYH — RK. TMDDA! Sis KO. 3 Drvs LBBH 
Time We Have Wasted On The Way 



AUREO F A 1KEDA — This year as an exchange student was the 
best of my life. Thanks to DUXBURY ROTARY Lelyvelds Mur- 
phys Albritton Cicarelli . . . Japones ou Brasileiro? REO OREO? 
KITO"! DEONDE VOCE E? memories tokatinhomalu . . . Dux- 
bury . . . Junqueiropolis . . . 



ROBERT J JASMIN — Nick Pe-ny Would you Butchy Gloves 
84? Thanks for the ride Shieldsey Summer 83 FisLPicr sonerville 
Eastside Almost AJ Tang Vo*minutcman Kery BNDS NYNY 
Thanks PS Nicer Aloud remember* 15$ Almost Butchy at the CH 
The chart window Dont take NS from this one right Das Pr Going to 
the next one Mom Beach run 10 'A The nt CP! FB77 to 82 MS come 
down lofty Thank Mom & Dad 



KLAUS JENSEN — Soccer 8 1, 82, 83 Track 83. DENMARK — 
'65 '80 THANKS — LAWASY REMEMBER, KENTUCKY — 
BALLARD H.X. — GREG & SCOTT (BROTHERS, Vt's 
GAMES, journey) KY,D ERVY INFIELD '81 & '82 "CLEAR- 
WATER 160%" . . . SPLASH AUG — PC & JF, SD. WITH 
NEONS. . AWESOME! "THE LOFT", MARCO #1 PARTIES 
. . NJMS J EG ELSKER DIG MEGET. TUSIND TAK FOR 
ALT! 6:16:83 — ? THANKS MOM & DAD FOR EVERY- 
THING. MASS. STATE CHAMPS 83!! THANKS K&S! 



ANDREW S JOHNSON — HOCKEY #17 FOOTBALL #40 
$10 Suitcases "Crash" Prom 83 Bruins Ollie Jasbo would you? 
"POLICE 83 Tackles on the 40 ydr" P.Z. lost in the Zone! TEXAS 
"SLURPEE" Flanders Smitty 2-12 The B-Crew Workin For the 
weekend" You always Remember the Good Times the bad times all 
just Fade "thxkid" Out on Parole From DHS "Everyday I write the 
book" thx Tricia thx Dad & Bobby 



MARK JOHNSTON — I Wish All The People I've Come to 
Known The Best in What Lies Ahead SR 108 LTBB — Lushko Sal 
Jimbo + Police Hry+Lsk Ped Power NIB THFH 5 am 2404th 
NY+TC CSWJLASN METRO TOGA Real Estate SSS 4Wh3 
am CDHOTS The Beach LEO'S The Towel Girls Go Ape Dad 
HBWAS ACAASU SSHOSPDPD Cooz TTLTSJ The Dog 
Bn + Bt LYJ Heart Attack Best Friends Mom -I- Dad Thanks For 
Being There!! 



JUSTIN T JOYCE — #64 FBWHBCWOML "You don't know 
where it is either?" Homecoming '83 TWEWVSATHEIN- 
YWDVSSCAMTANK Everyone Needs A Little comfort NE- 
KENIETH CHYWABVSTMAIWAKYMKBOFATB- 
NALMBLGGIMYYAAVSPBCSLYBJAV 2003 Geka's National 
holiday 11/14/83 JFJRCFANDMATT thanks for a ball 300 
bwhymez '70 Camaropainted bewrathbmBSAHCWb- 
TIASSTWSMAOMFICV Catch ya later DHS 




CHRISTOPHER JOHN KALLANDER — SKULL Tbonc Rod 
Bert Next Slop George's Mary's Gone Let's Go Bert Nice Johnboy 
It's Chimps and Sew Apogizer Time Toot Toot Be Cool It's The 
Rods 3/31/83 Heater The Aldrecm Manor Beckoia Neil Young 2/ 
83 Flash And The Fins Bot Davy H&NBF Nice Jaggs sKiking And 
Wallbanger The Freen Hornet Hypo Olds llhmtheitw Thanks JP 
Later Much Goodbye DHS 



MICHELE M KEEFE — Mich Baseball — batrt. grubby Be A 
Sport! London 83 — lubestaatmdnt Zecca Graliasamicae Summer 
'83 C'leen Police 8/10/83 — Geils BCN Bruce/Steppin Out? 
Don't Stand Eddie Music is my escape. G's & D's. Annie. SP. 2 flats 

— SI BE — problems Audet virisconcurrere virgo BLEENA toga 

— H.C. 83 beach whaaat? Fuzzy N.H. — rocks Nice, folks! LOBB 
sick Bona tempera sunt per semper — BCBound 



KATHLEEN KENNEDY — Field Hockey #19, Defense Rules! 
Loosing Someone You Love CDR TLK Really Hurts GONAVY 
Doodie Kan Doo = #14 FHC81, Mr. C = TENNIS BUDDIE 
WONNAPC WP-AJTJA. SCAMIN*3/19/83?? RDP.'SIS- 
JAX* M ANIACK!CELEBRATE MJD, MSP, JCP STANG Prom 
83 — AJ3ADH A. WS . . . Thanks — AJMS2 FFEVER. MS CP/ 
WHATPOND? ... BC? ... DFLADIES KNIGHT! HOME- 
COMING 83 — TOGA! Popi! GOSICK!!! TK + BKIMY, 
YBAGBTK! IABE HAPPY THANKS — MOM- 
+ DAD + MCTL 



ROSS W KILGOUR — Rosco. Mr K. Takes it all the way 
3B — BTB! The madd mobile. Cruel but fair Its ugly Dancin with 
Mr. Otherlights— whoopdedo! dont get caught — alot. Dont trust 
me respect me Math morticians are mountain mommas Get Hip 
(kids)! Live Stinks Reputation'' The bullets been shot Thanks to 
3F.JF+BS(NB)?-us. "I DID IT MY WAY" The king s dead, a 
star's born. The Dr.'s gone!! 



NANCY KOLSTAD — Prom 80! 'Dangerous Duo* prison or 
orphanage'' 5/24 mom? wb6/8/81 wf bud — wablar agweo Home- 
coming — TOGA! Barrowsplashes S C. play dw3 *SOMMER I 
NORGE 1983* heatthrow — Niels! fla. its time for wallyworld 
nwprt 4/7/83 RAD 2bsmpr 2f 9cltwJFbbf DK sewing — clothes 
big — cards'? syfbmthon '82 "it's the laughter we will remember . . . 
"iL my friends Keep Smiling! LUV YA + thanx MDD 



KELLY LAUDERM1LK — *Kell — Kell — Tell — Tell 'DA- 
VID* Tan Chevette *Manni! 'Bread Board* FLORIDA!*.) uly 
22*It's Friday! *Barbie — Helen — Betty — Marg — Krunch — 
Claudia 'MASSA'Skiing with Deb/Fall off the skilift much? *84 
forever! My little Muffy — Sue *I got a letter! "Light Houses! Hey 
Babs! *Houston*Class rings 'Sept 1 3*Crotched'St. 
PAL'LS'CDJKS — The Best! *ILY Mom — Dad — Kevin — 
Muffy, Thanks 'Adios DHS!!! 



MICHAEL EDWARD LePAGE — MISS DIVISION MEET 
MUCH Make Your Opponents Fear You and Respect You — KR 
X-Country Champs in 80 & 81 What does Reggie want? Do you 
trust me? Track = Champs SSPA x-c champs '83 It was PSU in 
1982 TNIBCOBS NPQWHLAGBTD Thanks Reg Maybe You 
can be one of us: The Few . . . The Proud . . . The Distance Runners 
Thanks Mom & Dad 1LY Later DHS I am on my way 



PETER LAN MAN — This is it! Hey Don five year plan or what? 
W. Ski Pete Back it The Police 8/ 1 0/83 ggo only in a CJ Whale — 
Whale London 83 iisaycMiD comes a time NY Bermuda #1 Skat- 
ing Ski trip w/c ush Don Cookout at Smittys with Chris &. Don The 
4 th "on the beach" I think WMADITLOHDYFAT? life goes on 
w/o DHS Never thought we would make it TP HC83 was Best 
Thanx M&D It is now my turn — BYE 



PAUL E LEARY — "Junior" Irishman Potatoes forever Good 
Luck Southern Boy; Big Unit Vincicito SB 82? Test M'est D in SS 
All — Sch. 82 400Sq! Prez NYM NYM Cannon Skiblitz Drpa- 
bomb 1 1 '20*82-3 HBTonia Prom 83 MJ's 462 33 42 MMT Stal- 
lion Lluuwwb Romans 8:1 LCJ Thanks Jim 3 yrs Stal? 1 1*19*83 
TB1THS Ivy's? What a Lineman! UA? B.C. Camp Wet Wayne 9 
Good Luck & God Bless All! LY Mom & Dad 



PAIGE LARKIN: — Baby wipes 9 CA-ARS! TUES! wed Watch 
out for the trees and the rocking chair! Broom dance well, Hillary 
Bean? * 18* Barefoot in the parking lot SMLTYA — hills uzynancy 
— lynnkell limon. "Our Birthday". Cougar, Kelly? "Pals", Peter? 
reebjan 14 Sept. 25, 83: PLR 2 TBNOMLProm 82: YWABA- 
POML Oct. 7 MNL-D YAAPN, T "A tapestry to feel and see — 
impossible to hold" C.K. 



PAUL LEFEVRE — Woody. Sarah. Rod. Tori. 



.Maura. Micro T, 



Nile LALM Go Team Go OWS: M — R — G Minor Threat 
Decontrol Duxbury TIBNLA XXX BFKAOC Fear and Loathing 
in Duxbury PUNA The Buik — SFOFSG XXX Do the TANGO 
— Wookrushski SHDROFYHCRANA JelloX Sid Lives "Regrets. 
I've had a few. but then again, too few to mention" I did it my way, 
most of the time Thanck yoo Ducksberrie Hi Skool 




PAUL A LINDQUIST — Thanks Mom & Dad Luv ya Good Luck 
in U.S.M.C., Andy, Paul, Stuart Summer '81. '82, '83, Going away 
party Sept. 23 Car meet school winter of '82 many more good Times 
in the near future, Colin, Steve, Eric, Andy, Pat, Marky, Stuart, 
Brian, Volkswagon on the road six days, C? Weekend November 
12, 1983 Nova still running strong Lata DHS!! 



LISA LINDSTROM — Life Begins at 15! LMDGRLMSBJJ? 
Ahh Cin. those were THE DAYS! Development SNO & Yellow 
Snowbanks. 12/18/81 = Best Xmas Present Winter '82! Hey Bob. 
want to Go Home'' T. and J BR Beauties, all those Spoons! Pinky & 
Leather, friends forever! Cathy ATF. IWATTMOYACTF' WBS 
— Julio 1 ILY Robert FAE. European JAKER MBB Gang! It can 
be fun! Thanx Mom & Dad. JLJLBJCS It's a ZOO! 



SARAH LOVE — MAURA WERE A COUPLE OF BA'S Ml or 
CL 1 ? THREATEN'' ME? Todd Mike Rippa T. Hey all you 
PAMFs ThxMe! Tori FEELING GOOD MAURA: WOODROW 
AinDHS NO IDEA OWS Rocky Horror — 2c's? I'll come back in 
20 yrs. and I know they'll be here /this is not a phase it is ME — 
DSLDI — HaHa — COLA Tis NATHAN? 1DANNA? DB TH 
SPUDS VF B-52's PISTOLS DK 102783 ISFU! Remember — fire 
burns FANXM&D I've Done My Time 



ROBERT LOWE — '84! SUMMER, BEACH, July 27, Guarding 
July 7 Winter 82-83, UTAH, 2 Feet Powder Soccer Number 14 
Soph — Jun, Swimming and Diving Number 10 Jun & Sen BC 
1983 192.06 1 <A Full Twister CBDDTB Homecoming '83 Prom '83 
Be a simple Kind of man. Be something you love and understand — 
Lynyrd Skynyrd 



JONATHAN P LUSCKO — Jon Soccer #3 States — "83 ... 4- 
Wheelin 3 AM J.J.C. Mr Mur. Walsh, me CSWMJASN'SH Dan- 
cin Bear? Mark's Bash Motel — Real Estate TOGA 4th 24 8/16/ 
81 — long ride Nice BA STR — TH Summer's in O.C. & W W 
Shawnee Med — Lakes EGG — WARS Police'' Wrestling — 134 
Knee! BYS-CM Knight's with Jimbo Tassy's Swilbo — Tank It's 
Cool . . THXM&D HMC By the way — What happened to the 
bovs in N.J. OTWT! 



LISA MACEK — Soccer #22, EMas Champs! ST '83 DPAHPOD- 
DYBG. IBN, OCIBC: Dosh YM. Maine 83-'/4S with rules! Ringo, 
Dosh. Smaddy; Buddies 4-ever. PplSt Sue Just Watchin. Jr. Drool 
Prevention; I can't see my fingers. Soccer Road Trips — Conn. NY. 
Canada'flags LI Marriott — TBFD — M.W. Ringo — EOTSB — 
Donna who ya talkin to? Lost on LI POW/Shirl & Lenny — 
Hampton Beach — KS'Stompers* A.M.L.O. TKSDAD 
agljdmtlrbf 



SUE MADDEN — 'State Champs! *Coll Pond Roll Much K-S!?! 
Road Trips — Conn NY 'Canada FLAGS 'SOCCER Track* 1 — 
JMH Space #22 Dosch #12 Ringo #11 Buddies 4-ever! 
IMUANM81 Nice REG*CAPS/D — WE MADE it TO BRAN- 
DEIS — DacsatHENAS*4x440 The Best! Pool Hoppin AH 'Sum- 
mer STATES 2 outa 3!! TP@R "THE WALKERS" prom 
83'WTCOK? *PYT/TLC*BB sign KB Haloween 83 Jmybe?! 
JUS WATCHIN "Togas HC3:30 am ThxRS RAISE your 
GLASSES'STOMPERS'Ouch BnP = BC'iLy MDJD-S 



RAY MANNING — Commando Raids? RETEPSMOPAIW 
MADD — Mobile What's a Rosco!? (I don't know). Crash!! Tire 
tracks in the dirt 1 & 2 — road trip! — silver bullet lives What are 
you color blind? Calvin. Pac-man. Where's the condo? — 44 mph 
— IMTIMBALO. Lisa. Thanks for the ride, Kim PN, you still have 
to sweep the rocks. 1HOOTTSH gail. Hang on Peter You are 
welcome McF. srehtegottegthgihyadirfl 



TRICIA MANNING — WEDA 81 XM DOIK Shoff Qt Nks Csts 
fid CC Me MCDS BU. LYSC Skip Skip RCK PJ TSG LC BS Bred 
Ski Much dgshwme Baseball game WMNICE ANNRL Wendys 
BB BKWRT What fun DOIK!! Logdgymcss Roz Silly Salvage! 
BrdBod Garden SkydR BCFB Ncdmmud Frosh Soft. F.H.C.C. 
BOLNDE + R JEFF STAR DEC 19 M + H + AB 
CCCfo BREAK HOMECOMING '82 WYENVEWBHfld834 
BSTN VST CLGES. Gd LK A + S Thnx M + D. C + C 
SCWMYA 



ELIZABETH MARKS — BEST FRIENDS WILL LAST 4- 
EVER! I'LL ALWAYS LUV YA ROSIE!! MN, MM, BJ. KD. 
PA, DB, "P", CA, LL, KT, BA, CB LUV YA Mrs. c & Bon 
Memories Cotton Bound "The Gang" KISS "Reasons" PARA- 
GON Drive-ins JC3 FlicksH — TOAD — LEAP SQUEAKS 
ARMY — Truck 7/4/82 NEVER 4-GET U JIMMY — "CUTIE 
PIE"!! DUB — BOTS. BB — GANG KLMK It could Be Fun or 
Odd! "DO" LUV YA M&D LATER DHS IVE ONLY JUST 
BEGUN! 



Christine Mccarty n/25/80 

*MTDFDCT*LLSOMLLH*lt was a change but I'm glad I'm 
back!* 3/6/81 *BDP D182*HOMECOMING '81 'Aunt Ma- 
guire's House 'PRDDT'Jaunary Snowflakes in April?! Thanx Col- 
leen for always being there! 'shipyard! 'DTCGIR? 
•GW RUTT6*6/1 1/83 'M&DNJ'Mike & John 'Barbecue' 'S & 
CC *KLJBB*Eric*Bro*TFABT*GLWJ*P83* TGAHIRT'SC. 
11/1 3/81 *AB*GLCF! Bye Chris*Finally"GLK&S*Thanx Mom 
& Dad 



HUGH McDONOUGH - HATHOR AWD Green Ml Boys 
Wengy' RCK Tod Wcatchccs Bluenose! F Face. Get out of the 
Falcon way' Scrubs Rule! Death Brigade PD Nobody plays with 
my mind Helen loved Paris in the Springtime but not in the Fall 
LNHBound Wait for me Jean! If you love something set it free, if it 
returns its yours if it doesn't hunt it down and kill it Lukes Blloon 
Strg wrds. kid. 



JOHN McDONOUGH — Playin Rogers with off Beat WHAT a 
Breakin time! P's P what a forgetful night? Thank you Paul for the 
spots OP forever! Fly By night with Free will whata RUSH! 
AcDc83. retal SHDithas been a learning experience. Thanks for the 
ride to DHSRAYGAY! Joe when are you doing my TRUCK! 
Thanks rnom = Dad. Tri-Toms what a noise LouF and Mr. R keep 
up the good work. Peter be prepared! Give me a 63 vcttc. Me C You 
Play to Loud! Anyone Have Hi Hats 



CHRISTOPHER F McEACHERN — **Geck" AMLG Key 
Club Monday Morning Social Gatherings!! Duxbury HS Football 
— mngr + wrestling — mngr '83 *Mr "Paddock" — IWNFY — 
BFdSJ - I A WY CL — IHYFG/Mrs "B" — BIO + CHEM "JR" 
ANA '82 — Opei "Cruising vessel" Erik — Drive much?!! UBS — 
BOS "Pure as Ivory soap!" — Miss July — Mrs "V" Homecoming 
'83 — SJ at Spencers! TD MH + EG Remember Mrs. F BC Bound 
Thanx M + D — 41 *BM + RM IR*KF + CM*BC? 



CHRISTINE MEALLO — Finally! Rmbr HC + PM 83 mditms, 
UHR — CCL — CF Csh #2 — omg NHCC "Chris + Dub 
Forever", Psyched, P+C Prom '83 Awesome HC83 — Toga! 
"MARSHA", Boo! Mello — Yello "Have An Idea" TRACK #1 — 
82 + 83, X-Country 82 JC & H — Brly HC83 — C + L — "WAT" 
"Whoops — EC — Sorry?" GBTG — HOS hkygms — wah Txs 
Steve — ftbyoml! BD — 83 — CAGB! — STN I hgacc — Txs Trig 
B + ly — ? "Dreams Today Will Be Memories Tomorrow" Thanx 
Mom & Dad 



MARK JW MERCER — Opie Nice, were finally going to blow 
this clambake, no more Latin, spare me, CCR, Beatles rule. Scary, 
fbah, Led Zep, Neil Young, BF Your kidding, run away Eric this is 
my ferrari Hey Chubbly Lets go SCUBA — - Skiing, kill Mousey, I 
leave KB9 infinite looping itself to Death, Aloha, get it, okay, My 
grades are worse than the stock page during a depression (All 
Down) to Bad 



RICK "LEEP" MEIER — Amie/These fingers clean/Myeyes to 
see/into the book/ you left in my hand/the words are black and 
sharp/like the high notes from the body/of your violin that sting 
with sadness/and love to touch me/in so many ways/as fully as 
water/light and sound/you speak with hands/curved like the fading 
moon/softer is the light'GCStandish Shore Lies/Thanks MD 
Hugh Neil Dave John Wengy Chris Todd Amie & me! 



NANCY MERRIFIELD — Wellmy friends, the time has come 
. . . Palm trees & Mangos — Honduras '83/BF — Twiggy Do these 
bananas have bones? "pero, porque?" AFS*Bacas-los quiero! Ami- 
gas MCAB*Its a wild world ? Jamaica Reggae & Fiestas! Alto, 
Moreno, y Guapo??OK! *ATMJJH" #21 Biffy'Vets; Swap- 
•Bobby — Norman?? Food Rainy days. La Gringa? NMAV! 
Stones! See the world Take the road less traveled by'life is 2 short 



MONICA MENDOZA — This is it! Monique, McMonica, Men- 
docita, Marrecua. The thing is that I was like, what? You know 
what I mean. Oh! My God! Melina, J. P. Gracias a todos aquellos 
que hicieron mis anos escolares mas alegres; en especial a mis padres 
abuelos, Tanita. Merci aux gens qui m'ont aidee a faire mes annees 
ecolieres plus heureuses. OR AFS. Nancita, Bets, Anita, 
PCMINA. Put chairs back! 



TODD KIMBALL MERRY — AKA — Adam Warlock, Gods- 
layer, Savioroftwoworlds. Tortured soul — Jean — Grey — RIP — 
Cap M — AKA — Denny, Earthravager, Soulcrusher, Mage Cap- 
tain Jello!) — Faramir, Lanternwielder, Warrior Lord DD — AKA 
— Founder, President, Scipionic Circle — Capt, Prom Table, 83 — 
Original Circle G course, SS, Member — By Rck, Ami, Wngy, Chs, 
Hgh, Jn. Dart mouth or Death — ILYKH All We See or Seem To 
See is But a Dream Within a Dream TKM 



DANIEL K MILLER — Soccer #1. E. Mass Champs 82. Hoop — 
83-84 SSL Champs! Luscky, Wied, OD. T.C. Parties at Sal's. Caps, 
E.A.? Home Bashes. Raferty's w/P.S/l.W.N.F.Y.D.C. Spring- 
field "Lie. and reg.. Please" 250 Natives on a hill. Real estate 
Marce's. Track Parties. What does Reg want? B.S.G. or Police! We 
owe you alot. Mr. C. Gecka's two wks. Prom 82. Toga. Thanx Mom 
and Dad 



HOLLY MOFFATT — Maine — never to be forgotten! Sue — 
me. — R. gone! who me? Never! Window gift, Boston this isn't a 
pick up? GULLIBLE! Tabor, 3 mins, H.C. '83 TOGA! Bear's 
Home — sik weekends! DYBGOT? What's 55? A#! Coholelleny 
Buddies! Pizza at 3 scammin'! 3D rvs LBBHINA! Work much 
Dan?! Lis — lovers lane! LwAld, Beachin 'it! Peugot Power! Con- 
certs! Friends last forever! oreo in am? Thanx Chics! ILYMDPBS 



NANCY MOLINARI — Sum '81 — Best! Calif. Jenny & Bill, 
Aunt Dolores, Uncle Tom — IMY! 2WKs are up — whos next? 
Play on the Swings w/L + J CCW/Jen + Jan BAP Soopa! Dr. Ed. 
wFM R + C much, Les? ST.A's — wup? NYC Denise? HCH! 
RahRah! Nancy + Nancy — Twns! Striping — WMB! SSoda s — 
Box — Embarrassment! "I'll wash out your sink, Les! Forget the 
const. Mary? 983 — Best yet! 1 23 WTF?! Laughter Shared, memo- 
ries that linger . . . TKS M + D 



PAUL D. MOREAU — wrestling 9? 1 2! marvin — someday Nor- 
wich! John's Gym — thanks always sitting Bill don't hide caps! 
souffle — maybe no tips! twis? skinny? kjdcarbudlatcmgkpm. 
homecoming '83 Toga laser 18th Vermont bound — right john P(x) 
yamaha B. and o., b.a., sony, rossi hyster thanks MandD DP forever 
ka midterms, labor day 50th senioritis already jets talk! no riders the 
hat finally 84 



CLAUDIA MORELLI — Question Authority Pero<,Por Que Let 
go — let GOD. Put corn in our silos — ny missil es. Celluloid Heroes 
Nvr Really Die, NYC Fla Yes Live in Dreams Sunday Girl 8-1 2-82 
(Live it up! Rebel Rebel Dreaming is free . . . Jim Kiki y Cleo 
Freeze or Melt JCDM$P#1 MN cuando hemos Corrido con pacien- 
cia la raza, sambremos la joy de Jesus Frkoutinamoonagededream. 
We Live By Our Choices 



CAMMY MURDOUGH — Smile Smiles Last Longer Than 
Frowns! FH #10 SSLChamps '83 Far Fars Nifty — Sign Mother?? 
jtcdmmjl-btdeaj FebVaca '83w/Janet NTMS — 8 to 2=SP Police 
Concert TH's parties — JS's How Many? ? EBFI Aileen MBB 4am 
Trouble? Dolts tjjc #35 wwws ckmfl The Friendly Lights Hallow- 
een MJH Ikhb SQ's nmh HC83 Bill MH! Marg. Thanx Trace 
YAGF B.B. Games #25! 9/10/83 iwnfyiwalubw! FLw/B Thanx 
M&DILU Thats All 



SUSAN MURGO — JDCKK sisters backwards wheaties Marie 
C. The Dimple keys — hangers? Swimging AYS? red Debbies B- 
Day frogs straw Joan OC her name sahe pool C&B bushes That is 
worthless who would be . . . ?BCI84 lively company C&N Debbie 

— Susan? I love you Mom Dad Stacey tennis SSLASI 84 — cruise 

— follow fear haunted house all the Laughter — everyone TAGL 



CURRAN MURPHY — "Murph!" Liz + Tuna Band — line 4a 
Stuck under the seat/Blem + rooster hair/MARE! tree eats Sean 
— the best brother N.H. summers + Polly Vega 83 Jan + KEEP 
RIGHT? Ahhh! Gamepointing it+ FUNKY ha ha B. Streisand — 
Songbird Lis! — Skiing: 1 broken back & wet boots Tonia — GBU! 
Keep growling! Marry a tree shuffle tag the window NYw/mom 
MS popcorn talks Paris bound! TGIG Au Revoir I'm off! . . . Be 
happy 



KEVIN MURPHY — Vicki We are finally out of here, we are 
FREE! Bill can't here you, mufflers off. 1 2/3/82 R. Skating. Win- 
ter Snowfall. Ken, I made it! Prom 83 Paragon 7/9/83 Vicki it 
won't go in gear! Ming Dynasty, ALONE! Jo, Thanx 4 the pizza. 
Vicki I love you + I always will! Dec. 11, 1982. Kenny, Turn the 
wheel! — BAYSTATE — later Kiddies! Love you Mom! DAD wish 
you could see me now!! 



PAIGE Y MYERS — "and the bear was There" Blup Blup Crash 
Wallace Halloween & The Family! Existential If42 Fric & Frac — 
BD — Battelle Volleyball French The Birges TWA Wave — rider 
Inc Hancock Hall ACT — Fiddler Nuke ET Kelly OWUBrook 
Tennis #2 — Animals (Muffin Pucci Kinky Tina Gretchen) Adam 
— Wski — Penny Poker — summers — Opus Love to Mom and 
Dad Love to a — Im friends Beach Parties Thespian Troupe 355 
"mophead" "Wookie" oh SPORK OFF 



SPENCER NELSON — Thanx Guys I Love you all! DS & GC 
MJ; nice bash Gecka*! Mr. Magoo, I Love You! *LeMans* fo&d- 
*Benny*Magoo wants to talk to you!*NoechiK!LING Benochi- 
*Lets BOS! Hallow '83 *J-A A ILY!! Thanx LN!*nice COO- 
P!*Rock-Gut!*nedloG Noslom foreverl'SKI BJ&PP = pals 'nice 
Aminol'SA; AB; CM; MM'KW; *Kathy LTS; ILFIHSAH anav- 
jiram *Middleboro*DAD & Elaine Thx "But Ocifer, 1 swear" 
McWack FrFore; Thanx HARRYK 



PETER NIGHTINGALE — 4 wheeling. Road Trip — SMU '83 
Keene '82 + '83, Tabor — Roxanne, Jul. 4 — Killer Bottle rocket, 
COMMANDO RAID — GC, All night Diplomacy — "l advise 
you to move that tent" — CC, PN, RM, AP — Land speed — 
NEW ROAD, The THIN man. Agents, 007, 666, 86, 69 — The 
CONDO — stickshift, 1 McStraw, moon through blue lights, so 
MUCH from MOM + DAD "Night after night we pretend its all 
right" PF - JN, BYE 



ANNE NORTON 3 MusKAs *8/20/82 Mwhojb — 1 /28 

ffbHr/AwoM = x-mass — no — SANTA *Manomet — yhtw! 
SHAKLEEmobile/st. J — MARK? Bayfarm 3d/Prom '83 — 2gs 
— ck! buLL — wknd — more? '/< swah! Wrong one doof us! W. VA 
'82-83 — Thnx Diane! Coochie: Ez-Ayud: Mabe *KAC — M&M 
Hunterz — R WA/3dWknd — deposits PAY/Ap 30 — 
Dday=o window NIGHTS V& Onew? Field hockey #17 — smile/ 
ski NH BREND mp /Gtmd/ B52s — BRUINS & our FANS/ 
6BUZ89 /AKafter 4 cant WAIT! 



MARY NUDD — Long you live high you fly, smiles you give, tears 
you cry. All you touch, all you See, is all your life will ever be. Lots 
of Love Heather, Amy, Liz, & Miss Cuddy. Galatians 2:20 Isaiah 
40:8 "Freebird" "Science" Thanks MOM & DAD. I love you Dana 
Always & Forever June 4th 



PETER NYLEN — Whats a Rosco? Silver dollars 
GHTCITSGLDT McFinAstick shift BOWIES 8/30 How we got 
there III never know TSLOSSOCD No lights at A+T MADD — 
M Isnt this fun guys? Nobody here but us and JD Buddies Paige 
Kill People PN Road trip/SHOUT A Possessed bottle rocket -FH- 
WHU, I have him matches Excursions Thanks everyone It seems 
like only yesterday I looked through the glass — Boogie Chillun 



STEPHEN RICHARD OATES — aka Oatsy — TW — Raw 
Carrots initiation (mirabile dictu) — ERB — TZ — NTB — 
Cerebus! Kaor Vincento Martinez — Surfer — Mr Carter — 
VPNHSha Dylan/ Beatles/Clash — "Let me forget about today 
until tomorrow" — Mof Mitra — lopsided brains "Those who 
dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who 
dream only at night" EAP BMB — And now for something com- 
pletely different 



SALLY ODONNELL — 'SOCCER #1 EMas Champs! DBA 
KAHLUSKi *Burga, Bear, Lizzard, Boots, Chevs. Slick, Bumpa. 
Mill, Ski — WIGBQIH? Police *U2*Poad Toga Chevs Hena 
Ringo Blashes*Swil + Ski Sebago 83*CANADA FLAGS? 
PHAH*Lonn*NY*OH Jsus! Burga — is it Hondo? TB — Reffi 
Neew! Halwn Caps »Ebenezer*SDP*Ji*PC+GBd at Boots'S- 
kiddles*ILYM + DTksMs. Shea "The Walkers" STATE 
CHAMPS! '83 "It takes a second to say goodbye" U2 



MICHAEL O'HARE — Football TE 89 Bunchawhimps NOMO 
Baseball — 3 yrs jv — what a mad man good thing I had my Chew 
Kodiakndippinaldetime — Hikes: Froshin Fernoin IPS — SO- 
PHEnglish tomuseumfineart — HOOHJR Passing Chem SR: 
Tday game is ttackle — gone Fishin in DC — gtowhagoal Boys 
State YAF Washton Wrkshps Newspaper WAIDmycarla machine 
softcel Bow wow wow Bowie PrincetrnsIateLatn Reagan 84 outta- 
hea — thanks MOM & DAD — venividivici — 



MAI RA J. ONEIL — RWW JR 7/8/83 3. Sarah. Nathan and 
Lewie! DSL D.I. & 3RD Dimensioned Moniment Brian & Andrew 
not AGAIN! ROCKY HORROR. AMHERST 81 AHNLBL 
T.M.W. RONNIE. PRECIOUS! CHLCKY! Bridgewater Brian 
Terry I miss you & Dianna. WE BAD AAS SARAH! WNEC KISS 
OFF Juh 4. Black Beast. Swim to victory! DEd PAT & PAT 
HWABKB TORI MWBWTL DGJZAN PFTD Defense What a 
long strange trip its been. RWW JR. 333 



TODD PAIGE — Hockey #1 The Garden USOTC Lake Placid 
Markos: Bonavins 1-1 Phil Cham qtrs Donn. Maxi & Mini "The 
Room" dog biscuts grad. buddies — 83 Togas — Homecoming 
Scam? Newport'DOLTS JBTAT & AM WSWABR Mr B & Mr P 
Track— LJ + TJ Reg DBPJN — YMMPIDTB — Happy; thanx 
"Just got luck>" Remember the old. search for the new. Friends are 
priceless; don't let them go *dipin Relatives Thanx Mom & Dad 
1LYB Sis & S 



PAUL O'MALLEY — TRACK 2, 3, 4 X-country 3. 4 Thanx Reg 
X-C#lin '83 Uh. Philisthatourrace SSPACHAMPS! He's a good 
kid. I just can't get him to work Beach = SCM x-ramp(o<65 = island 
GAMES REG WkjmphihPlymhb Prom 83 — WAFW Regl Quit 
Miss race much MAMMASL geez that bugs me reggie — runs 
where to now? TAHOE? reggy camp Osmiles suby: 30! July 
4 = slpnonbeach He's a GDPB Thnx MDDL 




SEAN PATENAUDE ■- Activities; 4 years X-country — 4 Wres- 
tling 4 Track too tiring! Summer's end Reggie camp # 1 atmc stps #2 
GU sck #3 Nsho — camp champs, strld FTI aint payin! The few the 
proud the distance men. humble? 83 SSPA Champs!!!! TREE-O's 
WFGROC ensin at the bog all for nothing cruisin the H. Mall with 
the PA. Div. 82, 83 13. Unlky f Off to ME Thanks M and D 



JENNIFER LYNN OTT - CC WN J Bap Soopa Cheese Musk*.. 
Liscenced to wear a GOH Mr F Wave on Nan Musics Jan WTF 
Beamer LL/J Ape Movies STOC letters LMMB JPP — MS! VW 
ANB Skipnbowl AybJ OMW IBFD TBB — WAW Mafia Man 
JnJ — SGLABFInights! GGG Wheaton TNTBAF P+C Ansi- 
sychtwacc/BS Berry pfmn Good Time! Sleep much? WAP S+S 
Macado Snoot NW Ducky — OOps! HDYHAHJ? — JH! 
Tnxlfemd Finally . . . 



LIZ POULIOT — 6/18/83 ILYDSW — Ming'LB TCMENSA 
— BFA Summer *83 = RAD Jello BUTT squad CHEEZY 
D.B.A.'s Buddies = TAMNLASASKKAJ!! Chevs. MARKO, 
Runda — Bash Omigod AS/ET/RS/LC-IMYA! RahRah Nantkt 
HIKEOUT Closets? — NET & JESS O'D — MURPHA — 
sick'SP — J'E'R — DSW TOGA 84 TORNADO Thks — 
MsCuddy Newport Chowhounds Beachboys'Amanda — FP? 
IWNFYDSW! Squisha — BF! F/4 Thks & ILYM&D "IT 
TAKES A SECOND TO SAY GOODBYE" 



DANIELLE POWERS — its the laughter we will remember 
BCLDLWA what registration'' The Kill switch? CHANGES 
DS1WABTFY FF MCDLBH Thanx for being there Paris with 
Dare? DIWTMC? Light up watch! TFAGSD — Kim — Calc 
buddy! Beths driving Lisa — JCPT whos next? Little Miss Muffet! 
NMWBWWABF Michele — WHAT? Mich — BC bound? 
YASIWALUR WSIDAB — Lis? Homecoming 83 TM + D Jenni- 
fer BFF TDBITITTMO! 



MICHAEL RAFTER Y — Meaning ful blurbs'? London '83 — 
blue corduroy Huggers. Coffee shop. Attire; Jacket? tie? What? 63 
pages of color holds the record Homecomin '83? Hmmm. Welcome 
home Brian. Luptomae — you're walkin' now. Personas impor- 
tantes; MDBLiAGS Peter & Leslie — May God Watch over your 
yard! California Here We Come. Estaba muy amusante. mais 
maintenant il faut que nous y allions — Andiamo 



MARI-KATE REDLER — School is over and it's time to begin our 
new- lives and make new friends and remember our old friends, and 
the fun you had an so we say solong to Duxbury and all its memories 
it holds. Togs 83 Lizzie chatting away schiadler Hawii Summer 83 
Fifi Alaska Cass Homeroom Melinda, Liz Miss Ya Dowling super 
Teach. Farewell to good old Dux. High! 



JOHN PURIN — (Bruce, Just Bruce) Tag, Let's Go To Marsh- 
field . . . Lungfish . . . The 'Oo . . . Not only is it Metaphysical, It's 
stupid . . . "one thing I can tell you is you got to be Free" . . . K.S.C. 
— (I Won) . . . There's a sausage on my nose . . . Mouz ... 42 
"Proud with rage. Noble with absurdity" — Kerouac Gratias Vobis 
Mater Paterque . . . Ciao . . . Eclipse. . . . And the Russians are still 
at the Bar 



DOUGLAS E RAGNOW — - Quick mud Pedson Ponds swimming 
for a radio skiing Ed Don The Beach Buggy Bartenders KJDB 
Pilgrim Ice Tea — TTVRG Kelly M late nights at NP The Bomer 
no brakes again oil High T's Do a Road Warrior cross em up 4 
wheeler Plymouth forest HBand EC Holioween 83 honk twice want 
a jump officer? Marko's The Boast Thanks UNC E Mr. C 



KRISTIN RICHARDS — *KAKAS*NKLLSSTMAAALD- 
♦Buddies!! Karen — Coke fight NS & DR #1 SAD!! SUE!! beach!! 
Big purple balls! Bt Squad*Doots*M V Bermuda is for lovrs! Prom 
'83 Sunrise — Mar & Net Paluca IWALUF — I Mu! Bby! Rum- 
Runrs Sunny & Whitey — buddies!! Tracy — BLyn & Lyn Wendel 
& Lisathks Best sistas! CG#1 cous LEP — TOGA — Jess MrsM 
RM — Sim — Sue — best times! Bagund i 1 Love & Miss ya Dad! 
L'il Bro thks — Mom — Love ya 



SUSIE QU A Y — the 4 of us D.M.K. S. Thanks for Everything KV. 
Seems everything happens at the same time WDSK/DWUL1F 
Whatscbbs? do I Stop? mfidw/mx — country Franklin Park track 
GuySand Dolls Prom '82 + '83 football games "82 we made it NC/ 
KTY oudidwhat! Summer '81 Newport R, StkReaglessocaught up 
. Friendly sll — 18-83S1 Heart and Soul Dec 17 Happy New 
Years 1-1-82! Good luckksDancesKathyour sormine? follow your 
dreams! Thanks Mom and Dad!! 




SUSAN RAMSAY — Walks and Monument discussions w/David 
and Cali. Need a hug Hill? Flashing colors. Flashing sounds. Flash- 
ing Faces, P.J.'s Paige & Dawn. Bev. Farms wknd. I.L.Y. Gabri, 
want to dance? McWen. What are we eating now? Sid no more, 
well, maybe. I.L.Y. CD. you're always w/me. Thanx Mrs. L. 
"Don't let me hear you say life's taking you nowhere." — Bowie. 
Love and admiration P.C.D.R. 




DONNA RING — The Good Times are the Best Times, and the 
Best Times are Forever. Soccer Tournys Dosch. Spacey, Smad- 
dy~BFF*ILYa Kevin — Howie Waban Lives. LiLi = Drgs*TO- 
GA'Sebago wkd=-2bb & Ic DLJSSPLRBmfl6-10. M&J2PP 
M&L2VT OH Sue! O'D, ucpoamhatAFSpddBUTD&Kdo 1 Thx 
Kenoosh 'n Covey'FU Shea — WaBeth; D&K = 2Fam 
K.R. = C.C. WEEBLES = !4 SiS. BS#1 SweePa Dad, 
IWN'FTTWST Roby ILY. Thx MoM & Rich & pis B Happy 



JIM RISER — 1 984 — Jaime Lives — That was pure almond Joy 
Don't Stop Believing — C.T.D, Good Luck — Gary 6 — Lost It 
Just Can't Wait for Sum. '84 — Maybe Next Year — Surfs Up 
The Grand Illusion — NoWay! — High 5 — tae wsremmusteewsJ's 
Girl — Take it easy and you'll live longer — IMADE IT Dream 
Weaver — Risky — OP. E, GL! — PBrabbit — live and die One On 
One — shvupastrd — HNGLS — Teenage Wasteland — 100 Hold 
On Tight To Your Dreams — Dodger Blue # I — AOMM — LILY 



ERICK H RIZZOTTO — Rubix, Vibrato, Smedrick. Erich The 
N H Effect; WHATT??!! Saxfluclar — Selmhayn JAZZ AND 
MORE, old Cape Cod. Practice? MIT- MDPhD Lamborghini & 
Porsche WHOOSH! par Vespa Depasser tout. Mikkoza & JD 
Plage & Mer Tergekopy jm ETC.! Dinashr; Delter. Muhger. 
*0i cS'>* Devoirs' More work ahead. There's no more time? What 
the — !! Go for it" JASJJSC D. Thanx M&D&C&J&G et tout 



DENTSE M. RISO — Never Make a promise without first knowing 
what it is you're promising . . . Next year Hill S-Box ■= EMBAR- 
ASSMENT not again!! New York Nancy S + B HCH? What about 
it???Haute Couture Prom '83 PG + R (fam 3) JAH "your turn" 
91882 DANNY AMWLBTB purple cakes Happy B-day Feb 28 if 
you say so Kim; Syracuse! E.C.C. N M — What can we do to it now? 
Once is enough TMD 



MICHELLE RIZZO — *Track, X-country 4 yrs "Its cool" The 
4 of us S*D*M*K HC — 83 TOGA, Let the good times roll Prom 
'82&3 It is the laughter we will remember . . . LEMVO Irembd, did 
you terri? P.W. LETS talk/correlations D*R*J*T/TIAGUANA/ 
JANE Guppy +/- TGTGTWABF /Life is a series of new begin- 
nings. Let's begin!/Gurnet/Pizza!/Beach/"Live for the moment" 
RWD Thanks M&D, BLF Memories BYE LY** 




JEFF ROOP — "hFifyg ADygsas jesblm/I faoy! M'sallng Nice 
party Bony "Who invtdallthstckypple?" htw/JF NEIL YOUNG 
"Comes a time"/thanks PHrlwaly /Bye CD ARIGATO: Bermu- 
da/Nova Scotia bound/MrblhdSl 1AROUB DHS: Football § 80 
All League, Thanx COACH LBMS and ROW gecker sand- 
mattsdntmx*Iown part of P.P. Bridge Cathi hockey season delirium 
•POLICE: Out landos "Peckham" SHH! my mom will hear us! 
thanx: Mom and Dad. good luck 



JAMES P. RYAN — *MATT DAWG WHEATY CADY- 
* WH AT ROCK! The Fahth — Soccer 49-0 State Champs #22 '84 
Hoop S S L. Champs? SSF? Games Reg Subl: 59? "MOM. I give 
up!" No I need a few ZZZZ's! T&L Fishing A-T Thanx MD — but 
ihose who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar 
on wings Like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will 
walk and not grow faint Is 40:31 



PAOLO SACCHI — Ciao! A FS/ Homecoming '83 TOGA! che 
donne' Plymouth slcepover"VIVA NORWAY AFS! Great Mike- 
•sick dancer'Key club*3 Halloween Party'socccr Fan'Hingham 
week-end? AFS Animal house' Angel?*sorr? at the right time! Ej 
vil saune deg Anita' You never forget your first Party! Thanks 
Duxbury'sick Athletics! FORZA DRAGONS! W.S.M.L.L.G. 
What a team' Police '80*1 will Miss you all! 



LISA SAI.VATORE — Get lost much Salvatooch? BLEM! S20 
hareGoofy Shufflctag Ski trips & THE game — Murph Lets play 
on swings J&N 2 weeks at DDS Teds — Am82283 A Man OUT 
OF TIME String Stewart Andy — 6 hrs. ASKISS Chepasses #30 
Fall in band rated PG IBFD License to wear a GOH Paige and the 
drive-in! OSBEES there's a B on my nose ... 81 283 THE POLICE 
roady Cheez mishon Happy Smurfday Hi, this is T 



CARL SANTH ESON — Seger CONCERT 6- 12-83 4 Wheelin In 
Worcester BS*SBB = Old time R&R ROSCO AND DA MADD 
Mobile Mimi & DD = Trouble SB = KBTK8996 = Monte DECA 
RIPS 83-84 State Bound Plymouth runs HELP MARYLAND 
Foose Huntl2-83Me&My77 Monte Carlo DD + Tom Happy As 
Clams! Roscoxmadd = BTTB Thanks For All The Great Memo- 
ries Tom, Mimi & Donna Thnx Chris & Mom & Dad Time To 
Turn The Page Later DHS 



DEBORAH SAPP — *NB Adidas SHORTSTues. night'Pick 
em up Karie'Nov 20, 82 Surprisel'Sum 83 , Movies Flying 
Straws'Skiing with Kel*aib*Live manikin B-boys hiding in bushe- 
s*Oh No!*Frogs*Pool buddies'catching fireflies* 3 times'M-l* 
Brett'bonfire on the beach'Drama'Maine a lesson learned The 
tree is doing just fine Karen'Helen, Krunch Babs, Margs, Bet- 
ty»Thanx M + D lLY*KJSKK*Thanx gang 



KIRSTEN SCHWALLER (bruce) — We are the village green 
Preservation Society rosleeLberethtamirielandjoe . . . and beauty 
gabeand argus 123 456 mine cathy's mike'n'ikes the due is . . 
because he was dead! Londod underground . . . may be dangerous, 
subterraneanhomadenews drama Vickms ask . . . that purpl E kid?! 
remember nov. 12 u.s./u.k. community stUdy/we're still in newark 



JEFFREY D. SCHOLFIELD — BLUES — SUMMER 80-83 '/:« 
PER LB? #39 FOOTBALL COYBOW! "GARO" Ducking '82 
THE DEKES SWAM AWAY? 2 PEOPLE — 1 DUCK: TCTS; 
EIDER ARE NOT WORTH IT; NO THUNDER CHICKENS 
FP AT10FEET BAMBI & THUMBER ARE DEAD: Limiting 
out — SQUIRRELS? CLTCA W/JG FEMALE CANVAS 
BACK BROWNS BANK FORBA SS NCAB THOUGHT: Surf- 
casting SAT. NIGHTS in summer '83 I HOPE AM JUDGED BIG 
ENOUGH TO KEEP 




DARCY SCOTT! — The 4 of us s*k*m*D SQ "What do we do?" 
CMWT-tennis#l? Hawaiian?? Bprom 82? the woods June 15, Oct 
22! B parties! mj's "cry much?" SENIORS! LTKMMGCJDC — 
NHCC! '83 '84 — DP ilu Paris? — Whales 1 wc? liabf — HC '83 
togas! 55/30;84! ruh ro!ped pwr! Pahty Which way do we go? 
Summer '83! br — 64 u & me! bizarre cc-frnds 4 ever! OK? s-snrply 

is it ver yet??? go-odbye really doesn't mean forever! thanks 

mom! 



MELINDA SCHOFIELD — Smr 83 Ah Was It Hot! Swm 24Pj 
Runs! Whrs DW + DM? SNAG mRisRBm + m All Nite Pzza 
Blndr Sprts No Lghts Trac BASH 10/81 TPoem DBfruit pnch 
NwptClmbak AZBwalrvs Doheny Siesta Cal! Pch Prm 83 Toga 
Thx TrevLyBstnTrpsQM FLSHER Miss UbeHave KF driving 
Skills? HC3 — JToxADj*JS*omMmJK*ASido what? LB — JB 
— Jaz + Cin — DCespDonkaFloatestHRmrC-T. Petty/Police 
H20 Dept Dippn Sneakout? bwb Because Parties Wernt Meant 2 
Last 



MARK W SHAUGHNESSY — FB70 James Duke VA IAHY 
LST ILNY Nights Sped Bristol TWTFS NYBPOMYLSF IW- 
MYD1LY YWNBF IWTOYFTRESOML SKIING CYCLING 
TFWHIT DUBSLLAT HOCKNIGHTS WAKEUP! HTB 
GSFEWE VH GONE! College WBS LET THE GOOD TIMES 
ROLL TUNE TNBTWNEGOALS: STROM L — GD — HS PO- 
LICE CWG JAN RAAS TdF JOCFIOHS I WF HIGLBIGOHS? 
FOOTBALL WBM IWMYA BYHBG! M1LY U have been areat- 
mom HIGIAGC? JUST CAN'T WAIT!? 



MICHAEL P SHEEHAN — yup, ohwicked cool KUABLown 
. away, Imhome again Summer 81, 12 — KW, DW, DYC Cance, 
DKH 20 skiing, Quetoe look out a tree, its allover, Yeh I guess, 
BBaParadise, JA17. my pool in Denis yard WHOS on the roof, 
beach parties midnight Autoa + BSM Shipyard Point, DYC Golf 
course Va Anne Poopsieand tootsies, Burnet, Windsurfing. Baha- 
mas, Where are my toys? Olive Juice A25 Thanx Mom + Dad 



MICHAEL J SHELLENE — TRACK 60=SCHOLARSHIP/ 
F.B./Next Year/The beach what memories, Q-B+SP/SEGER 
82 . . . I'll miss you guys AJKCJATSBSGTEGCFEF/HOCKEY 
GAMES 17 F.Hhames /KK+PH,=good friends/GOOD LUCK 
K.H.l/NRI? Parties! L.B., M.J., S.N., R.D../F.B. #81 #70#62#15 
#72 #20/J.A. boat is sinking/ Advice: Live each moment us it was 
your last/CHEM. MRS./TSIL/CLASS OF 1984 THANK GOD 
ITS OVER/ILUM = D+G+G/NAVY ROTC BOUND. 



THOMAS A SHIELDS — FOOTBALL #62, 70, 82, 81, 63, 79? 
"THE HILL" NGLYG 1983, Aug. 15, 18, 20, 21 . . . THANKS 
PROM 83 — Nice Kerry "Let me out" "WAKE UP TOM" 
SPANS hockey games nice stairs Kerry who won THE FIGHT 
RESYWDVB P-Run "STUMP" Famous Pizza "In the by" K — 
nice going on GC Nice Window Good Job BB MSILADNAV 
"come on Bob go there" LATER DHS YBOA one in a million! 
CBJCSE THANKS MOM & DAD 



NANCY SHOULLA — RahRah Nancy and Nancy! Eat it Mary 
Mary Net Pook risannSquish the best of luck, I will miss you all! 
Reject Annabanana Beth, our laughter will live, take care little 
sister! M + D Thanks for all the love + understanding! Swimming 
with neons! Summer 83 6/16/83 Klaus the Dane — Jeg elsker dig 
XO Life comes bearing its gifts, untie the ribbons. Lisa — so fun 
BYE . . . 



ANNE Z SINCLAIR — move from GHS + ODHS82 MISS YA 
ALL, OP, Jul, DipSumers — ADBluber 4JW420 BWParty! Socer 
81SG & SC — S82 Leag Champ — NYFIRESW1K&VCF 
Whrlpool — Greenhair Skings + raton, Stowe Sumer 83 — 
FRANCE!! Tell the monsierthtJSisback Hey girlysAmerc-Police 
w/calo 1/8 Mike poopsi & Tootsi windsurf, sail, gurnet, shpyrd 
beach parties my apartment Mr. Happy & friends Polly Ineed to 
talk. CChoice MS olive MPS Thanx M&DJD 



PETER J. SIGRIST (Grand Bruce) — DRAMA: THESPIAN 
$afs$Pac$nhs$Monopoly ClubSlatin 1 FISH, _ FISH$$$BOBBY 
WATSONSHello Dale$ROOS$$$$$FUNKY KIRSTEN Swal- 
lowsSALL YA NEED IS LOVES We are the ModsJVemi, vidi, 
devini.$HLF.$l DUNO $NO VFF DAS$"PINK FLOYD" 3, 
1 4 1 5927TA TA FOR NOW "Is this tomorrow, or just the end of 
time?" $$ 10,30$$$ AND THE RUSSIANS ARE STILL AT 
THE BAR. 




PAULA SJOSTEDT - Tommy. 7/6/83! Thank - you M + D. 
GS, Paul, Bonjour Lyz A. miss u RSP! We both passed Ginny. 
Choir is tops, Good luck Karen, SM, DS, JC, WD. HoJo's: Thanx 
Bobby, W.D. give-up. Gumby rules * — Server. Are you smiling 
David? DB + AB bettlest ations." . . . Like A stream flowing free 
traveling ..." one-ton 29376 P.P.M. "Take the Good With the 
Bad." Resevoir, so long, farewell, 6/2/84!!! 



TED SIMPSON (BRUCE) — "... And on the eighth day the 
Lord created Ted. Goldfish, Art Everyman, crayons, a vicious cir- 
cle, beads, flowers, freedom, happiness, WATD, Harvard Square, 
state Trooper, moons, space stations, mods, peanut butter factories, 
and Jen — too . . . You don't need a Weather man to know which 
way the wind blows . . . And the Russians are still AT THE BAR 



JENNY SMITH — JBGAEDMWHTBS FINE! Best friends 
FENIF:DUF SIF dmkbk?!? BKruns MhiAb TJ Thanx Tal Clam- 
bakes: kinny skipping: NO SHOES bubble-head. 123 I AO KEL- 
LER dACs me gusta Rosato! You can't kill the spirit! PQ83 Up 
Where We Belong #10GNO Green/stick Ah-cha-cha 220 
SSLchamp 82 SPIKES! NORWELL is a 7 letter work; x-country 
SICK-BUM! Lane 3 Grubby FARFARsjCs HSQ 83 ImTah LY- 
MUD Hat 




ANN SPELLACY A — Nun, Squat/The FAMILY/Liz's HOSR 
baseball neck/Night Moves/Do you take Latin? MBRs and 
MMRs/Only a rental!/ Brushing my teeth RED ORBS/P-Bombs/ 
Squish/SPon MDay/ACT — Fiddler PJ Game/skinny dip/the 
marsh/ERIC/Marshmallow Hot Dog/Our Memories of yesterday 
will last a life time. We'll take the best, forget the rest & someday 
we'll find these are the best of times 



TODD SPENDLEY — NICE ROD, T-BONE, SKULL, 
CLANCY. As the blue dove flew over the pruple pyramid, and I sit 
in the orange sunshine w/my ice cream cone. SARAH — YGMJ- 
WIRN. This is your PUNK-ROCKER. I want a world without 
gravity. SID VICIOUS. UNDER SEDATION!! On the road — 
AGIAN. Never spend your guitar or your pen. F.O. Ron "It's too 
late" ONE WAY STREET 



KAREN SPIN ALE — ENGLAND '83 June 26-July 25 Thanks! 
NB Adidas SHORTS 33 teeth marks GS sweatshirts hypothetical 
destination DHS Drama CF blenders Beware the Ides of March 9/ 
1 /83 — Finally! volar 7 New Square? terd of hurtles pick "em up 
Deb! All of the answers you seek can be found in the dreams that 
you dream along the way BTTWJTLOTLTJ Karie MDJJ ILY bye 
DHS We're still in Newark 



POPPY SPROSTY — SHRwRR!, PBD '66! JKC — Ladies 
Knight — 82783! "Devious?" "PBS" CMM1KK — HC '83! Pan- 
naul! Bash at J.C.'s — PBC! ypengt. DECP+ B's! Ramp It! SAS 4/ 
82! Shr/wlf! Hafa. PHs grcooky! FH M.Peter, Pnwds ! Andre! 
BB + BS! Ditch?! Bouy Is Gone! Boogie Much? Hry A's Cha! YUK 
Autoplt. SUN! DD — B! Key Largo. Beads! SftShlds. Dream 
TaunMa! Lost Again. FGMJS! DYET?! JD'stCw/WF! Greek + 
Bohemian! intx. weem! ShefByd — Rm 202 Jacuzi! Success 



KELLY ANNE STARR — TA PC DHS Paige, that cougar was 
real, p.m.'sat G.P. with Funky Sanka H20 Sarah — Cherry slushes 
for now Hiya Omigawd*DL*Boys of Indiana and dancing at the 
Racketeer Jellybeans, Beachballs, + screen Pompous James Salis- 
bury Beach Woman glasses Matadors Rule SEMSBA Tri-County 
Chamber Singers Pippin — line B'52's Thomas Dolby Thanks 
Mom and Dad, D + J. 



SCOTT STEWART — Laissez-faire Weltanschaavng Don't let 
them immanentize the eschaton! "Extlemism in the detense of le- 
berty is no vice; Moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtive!" 
No substitute for victory. Solzhenitsyn's right. Exorcise Jane 
Fonda. Duty — Honor — Country Effete corps Snappacquitted 
Nattering Nabobs of Negativism Reagan Today, Tomorrow & 
Forever 



LISA J STONE— 10/ 1 5/82 JDCILY aiawpnftyaetminyfpnlm 7/ 
7/83: gybimysm Boat trip Time for coffee on our desert island 
Captain hrueger and Jazzamatazz Bonfire 10/15/83 Tylwvvstmi- 
lysm Iptguab mapgmt It will take time but it will happen 1 promise 
Thanx M + D ILY I still want that house in New Hampshire 
BBAMILY Laughter is the best medicine. Right Jim? ILY 



JANET SULLIVAN — Smiles are made to be shared Dolts TJJC 
Reject!! WWWS Grubby!! Halloween MJ's Feb Vaca Fla w/ 
Cammy NTMS 8 to 2 = SP HGS Friendly lights E+K EBFI 
Roadtrips Conn nice Trace Poor marg. Honeys — 
CTCDMMJSANTADBDE — LYA gimpy! Claudet mother? Sa- 
brinallyrBf DiWash YSDC Comphead CA? Home coming — rtt 
SAQMMH NMH Murd's Restks ... The good times are the best 
Love + thanx Jack + Ruth 




SUSANNE SUNDSTROM — KAKAS B-day PARTY BOG Its 
A CAKE *YMA + NERAK — H2- PERFECT Babs LB — 
WOPM BPball EUROPE skdi-yma + HOLLANDS Where are 
we going? Dav S.A.D. N177/HAMP LEP-TOGA ROM-SIM/ 
ROG — KRISBEST — TIMES P-BRUNCH AMBA/BUDDY 
IWNSB — DAVID BA gun DAS I LOVE + MISS U 
GRANDMA — G04 a goal ... Post LTD! SB AUG 10!! The 
"COPS" 1 — out of two? Monkies . . . GDT Hid = #l cousin TAKE 
A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE 



KIMBERLY D. TEWKSBURY — Later LS. Hello Dux! LUBE 
HC1CK THANX — PLEMTADJ — M&D! EDC 8/5/81 
FOREVER!! Prom '83. MHS & DHS — PINK STUFF! ETIL 
Nghls w /Babe — EC Plnlfd — NH — P&B — Graveyard? Field 
caps. Brkng Dgs PW — FP — PC! Luv Ya always LALA — 92166 

— 13183, ZOOEYNINKIHC — P&B. L&J! BB — Gang '83-84 

— What should I have today ? L&E — CONVOS!! Mrs. W.D.O. It 
could be fun — but ODD! Great lives are meant to be lived 



AMY ELIZABETH THEVENIN — 1 Sing The Body Electric. I 
CELEBRATE THE ME Yet to Come. Creating My Own Tomor- 
row, When I Be come One With the SUN! Summer of 82 — Mo 
"THE GUYS" What am I — ? Amy who flip"s" 12:05 AM, 
HARWICH? We missed it! KK — Nice! Lori, good luck — I 
LOVE U both! KK NIGHT PRANCING! AND IN TIME WE 
WILL ALL BE STARS! THANKS MOM AND DAD! 



WAYNE F. TIRRELL — #63 FB smily thank you mom and dad 
ilyvm Playmate long time bf Joe Ali little «is Amy McWefne Torn* 
bwscApril 2720 Rob Kerry Tom Butch Mark Bob Andy Mike bb 
My Trans Am hsovergone for sure now let shitthe PSKLCwr Prom 
83 Buzz before danc in basement playing pingpong mgs Dumb Club 
Gomcr and Goo beriletabassdid you see s team'' sail AE maine 
JA#79 EB #15 honors Istutbtymr & mrs Butts tymr & mrs AllTarp 
Corew jr 300 whompersndlmalalerDHS 



KATHY TOPAZ — Those who don't try for their Dreams will 
never have them come true. #50 The 4 of us! S*D*M* "They're 
home" Neg/Pos I'd rather be DANCIN! The R's '(R&S — UTT 
— BOC — MV — Susie: DFtGTWH 1, 000,000 more — BFF 
•Wdeverythinghatsame time? HC '83 Hey D — WtF! FB games 
'82 Guys & Dolls 'Hot Pink (Plan E) RUMBLE — BDC! ever — 
NY — my toes hurt Thx KBGood Luck! ThxS (&S) Friendlys/S 
m> Dream ct-KS BibyLGf 



KAREN TRINQUE — Sweet Dreams — INFY, B HAHTO! 
MTHIA Memories, like friends, last forever. Remember our Span- 
ish lesson in Rockport. Mary? Rirolas & Jodet! How about green 
ashtrays, PBB. "Sadie" BK talks, and "B" w/J&L WSwmbf 
KMW Lucy, inchworm! "Piv" rack-it! HPW!! INLTWA Mrths 
Vnyrd Boston (making S) Anne Marie — Chinkin & D17/22/83 
MSF:SS baf;atbas (w/RobaoB) roses giggles WTF THX M&D 



TONIA TOSELLI — LOVE Lifts us Up Where We Belong Pilya: 
462EAY 1 Cor. 13. John 1:32 X-C/Track: LDMREC Nean — my 
2nd Sister & BFd Shell: RB ChuBs & Toniasita — Trouble Mow/ 
Ccdy Tail! TAM!! Yalhoas PH: 2pBike, SB CMur F-db. GLF 
XcStates '81, 82, 41884 is God's Day GB:HM (Cf) Jim B. DLEF 
JenC (Bb) KTCDJSmrH'teamo PL PROM '83 Italians Ch Beach 
P&T-Lof CH Md Run mFBSH Let's dance!!! G: MP&Lhtd 
"wink" Thanks M&D — ILY 



ANNMARIE TRIPP — AT/T, 81, G&D, FOTR, AGYG, choir, 
Drama 80/82, SUPER SUMMER 83, Papa Gino's 6/83, 1620 
ply.subs Look! H20, ILYROB, 1985, LA'Femmina, #1, First run- 
ner-up, MD FLORIDA!! 82, #402, Sodium = NA, good luck! Mrs. 
B, BabyBoy! ILY Johnathan, Aunt Annie, good luck/Carl & Gin- 
ger 7/30. CM, SB, AD, GLTF. Muffy ? Thanx to dad, nana, cheryl, 
brian, carl I L Y.!! fanny, Rob WAAGAT!! THE GOOD TIMES 
ARE FOREVER!! GOOD LUCK DCLASS 84! 



LISA TREGANOWEN — Mng soccer #1, Stat Gymn, All str 82 
Double blowout H C &A COP, THNX Rob IWALY 9/18/82 SI. 
U.H.R.. Prom 83. Summer 83m. v. RURSD A friend is sumone 
who comes in when the rest of the world has gone out. SAN. 
ZECCA, DUF. JEN. DAN. POL, MRSHA, The cookie maker. 
TAHLYA — BFF (WDET) Cal & NH, soccer Did I hydro? Duf 
& me & k — DACS! HC 83 L&M "WAT" GasLis? Pols Secrett- 
sadp IMJ MMOGTWD THNX Champs & M & DILY 



GREGORY CHARLES TUFANKJIAN — DHS Hockey Gar- 
den Bound? Memories: "The High Pines desert"/Lake Piacid/4 of 
July — on the beach cbanl/Proms '83 we tramp 6s=ts land'supot- 
co*GMAB/SW's SF83 swlagyvulfhisxnaht/Beach = SCM "The 
Whaler" arbneinplyhrbr/he'saGDPB/TheFS: CB, JH, BD. SW. 
EN, CS '82 . . . "The Police" Synchronicity, '83 Wildcat ski trip 
Womuch?/*TAP, TAP, TAP/CBdilok? Thanks M&D&D&R 
FBWM ILY! Later DHS' 



ANITA VIKENES — Thanks AFS HOLA AMIGAS Y AMI- 
GOS J&S. Nanc, Mon, Kate'PS ITALY AFSHALLOWEEN 
PARTY Plymouth Sleepover NYSTE — Boston ovl2 Hi. ChFood 
FAR FARS RB in Duxbury! DHS Band'C Day — Vermont P1»*I 
hate fleas! Dire Straits: Telegraph Road Fl What a feeling! They're 
here Kim, hurry! 'Sugar — free Only Life is Worth Living! 

CCC'TF'GH'BCC* Soster ogBest evenninne*80t 

'Tenker pa Dere 



KRISTEN LEE WALL — BMW 320i: MBF. ICHMIWOY 
BCMYHOMEA WAYFROM HOME . . . PAH & Bre in the 
mailroorn'towels?! ESCABIDO — W1HW1NH?*KT-YAP1TB- 
BILYA! ELECTRIC G's: DBMTHH: MARIA — DPYBlSmugg- 
lybugs — eek!! D'SFOXBOX Yes I know how to drive! Me & 
Adm. Bre = ADVENTURERS FOR LIFE! H. COMING 
— 83 = RISKY BUSINESS CRw/Lil 'Chahlie Lat. Scrabble w/ 
Mich — IU AT! Dante — I bet ya 5<s *darkis gone before the dawn 
times we know will soon be gone . . . 



SCOTT WALLACE — adam. crash & burn Paul: cro-man. Dave 
mofo; Steakknife, Walter — four manchess: Dawn; Lisa: summer 

— Darin's house, fourth of July: Elli Greece International Incident; 
Gray woof; V.P. Thespian; Fall 82: Linda — I am souckphed; Lisa 

— Friends; 83 prom Feed the Bear & Group Rope; states — Boston 
Beware IleevTechiwrench; Beth wonderful girl; Love to all my 
friends and my parents; Ground Zero Party 



DAVID WALSH - 'HOCKEY #11 'SOCCER 'STATE 
CHAMPS '83'BOSTON GARDEN 8-7'TOGA'ME & VINCE- 
= POLICE Phil CBTD'MARCOS PARTIES #1 'BERETS Gum- 
balls anyone? SDAM'BONEYS BASH* PNWD & JJC-MUR 
and LUSK D52 BFT DMCP? ERIC TOM STEVE-CRAZY 
NIGHTS J&J WHATS HAPPENIN L#12 Thxs PBBCBCP 
THRILLER WALKS PITTHJ Thx Mr. S Thxs M&D M&S 
TYTBBAFAKC EH 'ThxsG BEA H 'DOUG VINCE ERIC TOM 
TODD'WELL MY FRIENDS THE TIME HAS COME* BFF* 



MISSY WALSH All 1 do is miss you and the way we used to be 
no time MIKEY & BENNY & TERRY = BARNSIDE ... 
Nick's ... am i supposed to be here MAS? smuch — T'smark 
Bubble K W Dana's tea PJs Bruce BGipp butit's dark blue Apr 6 fla. 
t = #l honey F-Hfiylbo? JB — Hewwy, catch the fbus! 
Nwprt = Some fun now? K'Bmas . . . EBFI Mary & Nancy egwl- 
wetalmesamiesjevousaimetoujours PZ Bunch vac B I'm moving 
out, my room wasn't clean. T-M : D 'Bye 



SANDY WASHBURN — Soccer #1 TY Kenoosh Mike PShea A 
friend is someone who comes in when the rest of the world has gone 
out Thanks Marcie Sheila Beth Best Buddies 4 ever deRwaSlliM 
Chrissy MK Love Ya Mom Dad Su Scot Gas Lis T Zecca Bar=TK 
Road T=CanConNY Fire AS Tess Kath MM Hynsy KSR Prep Lt 
Sis Lt Bud Bitsy TBI YTC Goodbye Doesn't Mean Forever Defense 
Rules Rubdown Ringo SMILE 




BREENA WELCH — i don't know the answer to that question eg- 
dbpageant. cptkris — eaglespah. trace — terryski. silla — day by 
day apro 6 mikey. hidee — mr.r blight rthheathaa — mr. mom 2jc 
umassive trs. kakingking bfikdc bosstafo. meeshell. gjehfs. chas 8 
cove, toga 6ph gno pg-walbf bbibr sitcpsb jcool stp thump tms 
lightsjesslynder bmh — aug 6 sl2x now that my life is so prear- 
ranged i know that it's time for a cool change 



KIM WENGER — SOCCER #14 MA. ST. CHAMP — Klo — 
thanks ME' TY mr. M/Diul 7Rd Trps 2NY. Conn. Can. DT w/the 
Canuks OTGDY — JJ & 40dz "6 Buzz 8" 2 the moon Norton!! 
MBFCJFSta. Sta, NtbooTRAYSB! Wilsunn, AYH? WVa. 82/83 
— tysmMrs. D — Richaaard! D ! Todifa — swim/Along long time 
ago 3msktrs & saco. WYLTDWWNFTBLCM? JN; ayt & ay- 
siaylweb! T.F. DF2SYW: UrZWEuvMEblcotwUg. Beth, L1R2 
nuthin fasez ME — thx M&D, Wengi 3K.O.U. lbSUM timzUgo 
ta SAY . . . 



ELIZABETH WHELCHEL — 9/1 1/81 J.F. & E.W. q.t. pie! 67 
on Fst. 1/2/82 J. mouse L. bear draw a diagram! Go to Maine! 
M.B.R.'s and more M.B.R.'s h.o.s.r. G.S. camp McD's Gwen & 
Ralph A C T. and troupe #355 Thanks J.F. : A S., D.H.. K.R.. L.D.. 
L.R.. B.H. "What are you doing home so early?" The Family nun 
— none M O. Baker "How did you get that answer so fast?" Hayr- 
ide! 2 hr. video/ragdoll 11/8/81! 



"Pccdge" milton Patty — what are best 
! Prom 83 its over! AHP Tewky — Graveyards 
dogs Creek YT! Lis my secret (TSADP) Your gonna lose the bet! 
Anne bt - DYBTT mish — TALK? BH WASHINGTON what 
time is it 3:00 Flat tire?! 3 — Fingers Punch City! A summer of 
firsts NH weekends H&K RF FXMAS! SDYCPAH "Its not what 
you do: its whal you gel away with!" 



DAVID WHITE — *A-Team*/CADDY chew wheaty Rybos/ 
The Fahth/BC Marathon SPDC ski trips OYEMATT'Nw Yrs 
WOFTRM'hmsdittgtTboAB — I SAT NITE — Qtrsac Wrestling 
Betsy/The Bomber The L.D. KOLAD. Nice P/GAPAPFKR 
Time to go T. RYB Y GSS GEKE PTY 92 TFTFIAWMAT? NAB 
CF Dances IDCTWSUE LIJAPAPWMTL Laughter is the Best 
Policy soph. Yr. Midnite MV Hockey Games 7&7 MTHAB 
DLGOYM!?!!? Thanks D&M 



KAREN WHITEHOUSE — KAKS SKDIP Ymas Beach How- 
land My soldier Stephen IMY! Prom 83 ATFUSDTB Polo bday 
party Kris coke fight DD PJs Big PB Bsquad Lep. Toga SAD 
Sunny! Amy — peeping Toms at Sues Cheering H20 bed DGSA 
GKS BBSMN MLTs MANLTLJA LYP & P Kyle & Ash Than* 
M&D Waynos & swill IWSY! bot Amy BB We'll take the best, 
forget the rest and someday we'll find, these are the best of times 



BILL WIEDNER — BASEBALL #25 SSLCHMPS 83, STATES 
84? Soccer — State Champs 83. 84/Boston Whaler 13. 17 — PL 
kikdyras H20 SKI/HYDRO — MUR — Smitties — hrbrcktls 
BOOZE CRUZ mimis. E&B HLWEEN — BC/JLJoizy MIL — 
APFTBL PKRGAMES/POLICE 81083 CLASH, Police — Brit- 
ains Best Beat Neil Y — #10 BUDNDONUTS/ISLES #5 ZOO — 
KIDSFAIR 83/CMuaash — umatm thnx MOM/IMUD — IM- 
mup "YOU FORGET ABOUT THE LOSSES, YOU EXAG- 
GERATE THE WINS" JaksnB 




BRUCE BRADLEE WOODMAN — Woody RUSH, Nice rippa 
looking good Sarah, Maura, Live to ski, ski to die, Boston not LA 
PUMA ONE WAY STREET! tango!! PAMF kick out the JAMS 
MF the buick, what it is SKI the rockies X GHE to cruiser NO 
IDEA HAHA Neil ( 1 more year) VANSon my leg, COLORADO, 
WATERSKI through the holocaust, we have assumed CON- 
TROL, HAWAII 82 HIT THE slopes MUCH LATER DHS 



STEVEN WOLFF — Motorcycle/caught — Curtis/roof honest 
dad 1 really didn't see the tree. Party in the water, NAAAA, blue 
max, sweet SUSAN E. Kato Kevin E. Brother Shattuck TS — CC 
— KC — JM — KP — JF — SH — LM — GM — JM — TA, 6/ 
2/84. Maddog, wolffman put your shirt back on SOS crusing It's 
time to do — not to wish — It's time to touch the sky. See you Later 
DHS 



JO ANN ZAK — Vacation '83 Florida! w/Dobbs Ferry Norway & 
Worcester Hey Juicey! Chase much Deb? Best time FF (again w/ 
chair & Jetty?!) Only at Andrea's house! Limerock 83 w/PN Su- 
garloaf USA C. Wabasso W/Cath never again Double Trouble in 
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Scott & Lisa. You're all insane! m! The ZX81 is too a computer! 
We're on our own now eh? Thanks DHS Thanks Mom & Dad — I 
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Editors' Note 



After hours of hard work and sleepless 
nights, pictures and paper fused to form 
a very unique yearbook. Although the 
major theme is "Places in My Past," 
there are also smaller themes concerning 
layouts and divider pages. We think that 
each yearbook staff determines a prima- 
ry goal for itself. This year, ours was to 
have a full color senior section. Because 
of the immense cost of color publishing 
we decided to take full advantage of the 
space we had by printing color candids 
on those pages instead of the usual 



blurbs. Consequently, we had to develop 
an interesting blurb layout — the idea of 
the checkerboard — which has never 
been used before in this school. In addi- 
tion, having the blurbs in the back is 
more journalistically correct. 

The editors decided that one of the 
elements that should be included is more 
space for autographs. With this in mind, 
the gifted layout editor, Ted Simpson, 
created stylistically correct layouts with 
sufficient writing space. 

We would like to express our gratitude 
to our advisor, Mary Pawlikowski for 
her time and concern, AND ALSO we 
found her suggestions to be stimulating. 
Last year's advisor, Mary Kelly, had to 



move unexpectedly during the summer. 
Her legacy to us was the foundation of a 
superb yearbook. In fact, we were so 
grateful for her contribution that we 
dedicated the yearbook to her. 

We hope you enjoy your yearbook and 
the memories it brings from places in 
YOUR past. 

Michael A. Raftery 
Christine Coakley 




Dana Briggeman, Student Life; Susan Murgo, 
Copy; Peter Sigrist, Business Manager; Ted Simp- 
son, Art/Layout; Hillary Garland, Advertising 
Manager; Michael Raftery, Co-Editor in Chief; 
Mrs. Mary Pawlikowski, Advisor; Christine Coak- 
ley. Co-Editor in Chief; Ann Spellacy, Seniors; 
Betsy Gibbons, Student Life; Heather Hanes, 
Sports; Breena Welch, Sports; Missing: Susan 
Ramsay, Photographer(taking picture); Lisa Tre- 
ganowen. Faculty; John Purin, Copy; and Eliza- 
beth Whelchel, Underclassmen. 



190/ Yearbook Editors 



Mr. Buechler and Mrs. O'Brien would both agree that this room has gone to maximum disorder. 




Yearbook Staff/191 




192/Denouement 



Index 



Adams, D., 10 

i Agnew, C 70, 83 

Alabiso, J 74, 82, 110 

Albritton, W 74, 110 

tf Allen, C, 66 

Ali, J 10, 13, 122 

Allen, K 10 

■Allsop, D., 66, 109, 125, 139 

Amado, D., 66 

Anderson, B., 66 

Anderson, J., 74 

Anderson, J 74 

■ Andrew, E 10, 21, 38, 59, 85, 

120 

Andrews, M., 66 

Angers, C, 10, 37, 123, 137 

Angevine, V., 10, 29 

Anzivino, J., 70, 139 

Archibald, D., 70 

-Archibald, E., 74 

Archibald, L., 70, 133 

Armstrong, S., 66, 122 

Armstrong, T 66 

[Arnold, J. 70 

i Arnold, W., 11 

i Arsenault, T 66, 139 

i Atwood, G 74 

Austin, R., 70 

lAyles, D 11, 84 

,Ayles, R., 70 

Baker, H 66, 134 

I; Baker, K., 74 

Balboni, K., 11, 17, 128 

Baldwin, G., 70 

Bannerman, D., 11, 74 

Baragwanath, W., 74 

Barbetti, J., 70, 139 

^Barclay, B., 66 

i Barker, S., 70, 127, 134 

Barker, W 66, 123, 135 

Barlow, C, 70, 122 

Barlow, J 74 

Barnes, E., 70 

i.Barnwell, C 66 

tBarnwell, J 1 1 

(Barrett, M 66, 82, 130 

barren, S., 74 

iBarrow, L., 11, 37, 56, 90, 

123, 131, 139 

» Barrows, K 70 

IBartlett, E 12, 110, 116, 172 

IBartlett, M 66, 118 

IBartlett, T., 70 

j Bayer, A., 66, 82, 87, 90 

Bayramshian, K 12 

: Bean, D 12, 37, 59, 60, 120 

Beauchimin, M., 70, 82 

iBeaudry, S., 66, 123 

Beckman, I., 70 

Bedder, N 12, 87 

|Bell, A., 66 

|Bell, A., 12 

Bell, B 77 



Benevides, J., 70 

Benjes, B., 12, 16, 56, 95, 134 

Benoit, M ...74 

Bernard, G., 74, 128 

Bernier, J 70, 127 

Bice, J., 70 

Binney, M 70 

Bishop, L., 70, 124 

Bishop, L., 74 

Bishop, L., 77 

Blagbrough, R., 77 

Blakeman, T 66 

Blundell, R 13, 90, 122 

Bondlow, B 13, 122 

Bondlow, W., 70 

Bonner, C, 74, 108, 121 

Bonner, R., 66, 122 

Borgeson, K., 13, 124, 138 

Borhek, J., 66 

Boschen, D., 66 

Bouthrillier, L., 13 

Bouthillier, M 74 

Bowen, L 70, 128, 139 

Bowen, N., 74 

Bowser, K., 70 

Boyd, L., 70 

Boyden, M., 66 

Bradley, S. 74 

Brady, A., 13, 83, 90 

Brennan, E., 66, 139 

Briggeman, D„ 13, 55, 59, 

83, 132 

Brigham, J., 66, 138 

Brooks, K 70, 81, 110, 135 

Brown, J 14, 59, 123, 139 

Brown, M„ 70, 122 

Bruno, J., 74 

Buonagurio, E., 70 

Buonagurio, E., 70 

Burgess, S., 66 

Burke, J., 66 

Burke, M., 66 

Burleigh, S., 66 

Burr, K 74 

Burr, S 14, 53, 62 

Burril, S. 74 

Burrill, M 70 

Burton, J 74 

Butts, E 14, 90, 118, 137 

Cadigan, N., 14, 47, 62, 122, 

136 

Cadigan, S., 66, 128 

Cahill, W 14 

Caliendo, P 14, 17, 60, 

63, 90, 120, 130, 138 

Callanan, P., 66, 138 

Callander, W 66, 122, 133 

Campbell, H 74 

Cannata, E., 74 

Capraro, A., 74 

Capraro, G 66, 95, 122 

Capraro, P., 70, 134, 170, 122 

Carbone, M., 14 

Carleton, J 66, 130 

Carpenter, R 15, 21, 24, 55, 

61, 82, 83, 85, 88, 110, 116 



Carroll, C, 70, 121 

Carroll, E., 15, 58, 90, 122 

Carroll, L., 74, 160 

Carter, E., 74, 83 

Case, M 66, 81 

Cass, S., 66, 120, 134 

Cataldo, D., 70 

Cataldo, P 66 

Cattell, C, 66 

Cecarelli, A 74, 90 

Chandler, A 74, 90 

Chantre, R., 15, 35, 130 

Chantre, T., 15 

Chapdelaine, L., 15, 127 

Cheetham, G„ 70, 127 

Christenson, D., 16, 127 

Chrusz, V., 74 

Chubb, L., 70 

Ciccarelli, C 70 

Ciccarelli, J., 66 

Ciccarelli, P 74 

Cicierega, L., 66 

Cislo, J 66, 128 

Clack, K., 16, 42, 80, 87, 110 

Clapp, R 70 

Clifford, M 16, 26 

Clisham, M., 66 

Clisham, S 70, 89, 132 

Cobak, J 77 

Cobb, C, 16 

Cobb, R., 66 

Coburn, T., 74 

Coakley, C, 11, 16, 37, 55, 

59, 83, 87, 88, 109, 1 18 

Coe, M., 66 

Comer, J 17, 85, 90 

Collins, D., 16, 44 

Collins, M., 70, 81 

Collins, N 66 

Collins, T 66, 133 

Condrick, S 70 

Conley, P 17, 51 

Connelly, C 66, 136 

Conner, M., 

Connolly, C, 17 

Connolly, S., 70 

Cook, B 70, 122 

Cook, S 70, 122 

Cooper, C 74 

Cordeiro, A., 66 

Cordeiro, E., 74 

Corn, J., 74 

Corsi, A., 70 

Corvelli, E 66, 134 

Cosgrove, B 17, 121, 131, 137 

Cosgrove, J., 74, 128 

Cosgrove, K., 74 

Costa, J., 70 

Costello, J., 70 

Costello, P., 17 

Costello, T., 70 

Costello, T., 77 

Costello, T., 70 

Coughlan, E., 66, 125, 127, 139 

Coughlan, J 66 

Coughlin, K., 17, 39, 122 



Coughlin, R 70 

Coulsey, D., 66 

Courtiss, S., 70, 122 

Coyne, M., 74 

Crandell, C 66, 122 

Crane, D., 66 

Crane, K., 18 

Crocker, J 70 

Crockett, S., 66, 81 

Crosby, S., 74 

Crothers, W., 74 

Crumlish, J., 66, 127 

Cudmore, C, 18, 85 

Cuneo, H 17, 18, 57, 123, 139 

Cunneen, J 17, 18, 53, 123, 

135 

Curtin, C 77 

Cushing, M., 74 

Cushing, M., 18, 33, 60, 63, 

120, 130 

Daicy, A., 74 

Daley, J 70, 95, 110 

David, J., 18, 38 

Davis, A 74 

Davis, E 70 

Davis, J 66, 118, 121 

Davis, T 19, 81, 82, 90 

DeFreitas, J 70 

Delano, L 19, 87, 1 18, 125, 

139 

Deloid, J 70 

Delorenzo, L„ 70, 110 

Delorenzo, M., 66 

Delregno, J 70 

Denicola, P., 74, 125 

Deshaies, P 74 

DeVaux, S 19, 85, 110, 116 

DeVaux, R., 74 

Deveney, D., 66 

Deveney, S., 70 

DeWolf, A 19, 126 

DeWolf, J 70, 122 

DiMascio, K 70, 1 10 

Diozzi, K., 66 

DiPersio, K„ 66, 87, 1 10 

DiPersio, M., 19 

DiPersio, P 74 

Dixon, E., 70, 138, 124 

Doane, A., 19, 118, 123, 137 

Dobecki, D., 20, 27, 36 

Dobecki, D„ 74 

Doble, M., 70 

Dobson, D., 74, 162 

Doherty, K., 20, 123, 137 

Dolan, T., 74 

Dolloff, S., 66, 128 

Donahue, J 20 

Donaldson, E., 74 

Donoghue, L., 66 

Donovan, C 74 

Donovan, R„ 20, 133 

Doonan, J., 70 

Doonan, K 70 

Doonan, M., 20, 94 

Doscher, J. 20, 121, 131, 

135 



Index/193 



Doscher. M 74 

Doucette. P 21, 83 

Doucette. R 66 

Dougherty, D 66 

Dowd. P 66 

Dowd, T 16, 21 

Drake, M 66. 122 

Drake, R 66 

Drake, R 70 

Dresser, D 70, 83, 110 

Drinkwater. M 74 

Driscoll. D 74, 123 

Driscoll, J 21, 53, 87, 123, 139 

Ducharme, A 21, 80, 87, 88 

Duffy, A 74, 108, 125 

Duffy. C 21, 45, 56, 139 

Dulany, P 66. 84. 110, 116 

Dundas. 1 70 

Dunlap. C. 70 

Dunlap. L 21, 59 

Dunphy, A 74, 89 

Dunphy, K 70 

Durgin, E 66 

Durgin, J 74 

Durso, M 74 

Dwyer, K 74 

Dwyer, S., 70 

Dyer, C 22 

Dziwit, A 70 

Dziewit, C 74 

Eaton, E 74 

Eaton, E 74 

Eaton, K 66, 95 

Eddy, T 74 

Edmunds, D 70 

Edmunds, R 22, 87, 88 

Edwards, K 22 

Eldridge. M., 66 

Eldridge. S 74 

Eldridge, S., 22, 34 

Elliott, M 22, 60 

Ellison, S 66, 139 

Enzie, G 70 

Errasti, C, 66 

Evans, P 70, 133 

Fallon, D 70 

Fallon, D 74 

Fallon, N 66, 81 

Fallon, R 74 

Fallows, C, 22, 30, 38, 122 

Fallows, E 66 

Fallows, T., 74 

Fekete, E 66, 122, 130 

Felts, E 74 

Fencer, A., 74 

Fencer, C 74 

Ferrari, J., 70 

Ferrell, T 66, 139 

Fisher, D 70, 95 

Fitzmaurice, M., 74 

Flaherty, D 66 

Flaherty, S 74 

Flanagan. R 23 

Flanagan. S 23, 110 

Fogarty, M., 71 

Foisy, L., 71 



Foley, J 23, 116, 128 

Foley, M 74 

Folkart, C 23 

Folkart, E., 66 

Foran, J 23, 83, 88, 110, 1 16 

Foran, K 71, 94, 110 

Forfia, J 71 

Francis, C 23, 90, 121, 131 

Francis, P 77 

Franke, E 23, 32, 124, 138 

Franke, L 24, 87 

Franke, W., 74, 90, 125 

Frantz, M 74 

Frattasio, T 66 

Frazer, I., 66 

Frazier, K., 74, 128 

Frederick, S 24 

Frederick, K„ 71 

Freeman, B., 74 

Frisbee, L 24, 59 

Frith, D 74 

Fultz, D 71, 95, 127 

Fultz, E 24, 127 

Fusile, J 24, 87, 90, 122, 130 

Gage, E., 77, 128 

Gage, R 71, 122, 128 

Gale, D 75 

Gallagher, E 71 

Gallagher, B 75 

Gardner, A. 71 

Garland, H., 20, 25, 62, 81, 

82, 90, 118 

Gates, A 67 

Gearin, K., 71 

George, A 67, 122, 136 

George, G., 71, 122 

Gerety, K., 74, 94 

Gibbons, E., 25, 80, 83, 87, 

88, 118 

Gibbons, J 7 1 

Gifford, K 67, 126 

Gigliotti, S 75 

Gilbert, L 67, 126, 139 

Gilgan, R„ 25, 30, 84, 85, 174 

Gillespie, C., 67, 82, 87, 131, 

121 

Gillig, C., 75 

Gilman, K., 71 

Gilmore, B 25 

Gilmore, K., 75 

Giumetti, E., 25, 57, 59, 122, 136 

Gorman, A 25, 124, 138 

Gormley, C, 71 

Gourley, J 26 

Govoni, T 26 

Graham, J., 71, 82, 94 

Grealy, C, 66, 67, 123, 139 

Grealy, S., 75 

Greeley, W 7 1 

Greene, J., 67 

Greene, J., 71, 83 

Greene, J., 75 

Greene, R., 67 

Grissom, D 26 

Guccione, C 75 

Gujllemin, A 67, 87 



Gunther, S 75 

Hacker, E., 67, 89 

Haffey, P 26, 60, 87, 109, 

123. 159 

Haffey, S 71, 108, 139, 123 

Hagan, R 75 

Hagney, D., 26, 54, 110, 116 

Hagney, E., 75, 94, 95, 1 10 

Haight, A 71 

Haley, T., 75 

Hall, K 26 

Hall, M 71, 110 

Haller, B 75 

Hanes, H 26, 28, 54, 62, 87, 

120 

Hanlon, S 67, 127, 126 

Hannan, A 75, 121 

Hannan, M. 67 

Hannan, P., 71, 137, 131 

Hardy, H 67, 121, 139 

Harmon, M 75, 124 

Harnan, K 71, 132 

Harnan, T., 18, 27, 38, 120, 

134, 124 

Harrington, N., 71 

Harrington, S 27, 122 

Harrington, T., 71, 139 

Harris, L 75, 110 

Harrison, J 71 

Hartwell, A., 27, 36, 81, 82, 

88, 1 10, 138, 122 

Hasenfus, R 27, 122, 128 

Hasenfus, S., 67, 122, 128 

Hatch, K 27, 33, 56, 87, 

109, 121, 139, 131 

Hatch, R., 71 

Hatfield, J 67, 81, 87, 89, 132 

Hauber, B 27, 61, 110, 116 

Hauber, J., 67, 120, 127 

Haugh, P., 28, 37 

Hawes, S 75 

Hawkins, J., 25, 28, 80, 87, 88 

Hawkins, S., 25, 28, 80, 87, 88 

Hayward, S., 67, 139 

Hayward, S., 28 

Healey, B 75 

Healy, K 75 

Healey, M., 67, 82 

Herriger, M.,..28, 33, 122, 138, 125 

Herriger, M 75 

High, K 28, 87, 90, 121 

Hill, C., 75 

Hill, C 67, 82, 87 

Hill, J., 71 

Histen, C., 67, 94 

Hitchins, M., 71, 125 

Hodgdon, C 29, 124 

Hojlo, T., 29, 84, 89, 135, 159 

Holbrook, H 67, 127, 126 

Holden, L., 71, 81, 91, 108 

Hopfe, G 67, 124 

Hopkins, T 17, 29, 120 

Horesta, J., 75 

Horgan, C 29, 126, 139, 126 

Horgan, E., 75 

Hovey, T 71, 95 



Hovey, T., 71, 95 

Hoxie, C 71 

Hughes, E 75 

Hughes, J. 71, 82, 94 

Hundley, S 67, 87, 89 

Hurley, C, 67, 137 

Hurley, I., 29, 120 

Hussing, T., 67, 122 

Hutton, J 75 

Hynes, A., 75 

Hynes, B 29 

Ikeda, A 19, 30, 81, 172 

Ingram, K., 71 

Jackson, G., 30 

Jacques, W 67, 127 

Janousek, J., 67, 82, 87, 118 

Jardine, J., 71 

Jardine, J., 71 

Jasmin, R 13, 30 

Jensen, K 30, 41, 120, 138 

Jensen, S., 71, 131 

Jewett, B., 67 

Johnson, A., 30, 57 

Johnson, K., 75, 162 

Johnson, L., 75, 94 

Johnson, L., 71 

Johnson, M 40, 54, 57 

Jones, A., 75 

Jones, M ., 71 

Jones, T., 67 

Joyce, J 29, 30, 63, 122, 138 

Jubett, J 75, 125 

Judd, K 71 

Kallander, C 31, 42, 48 

Kane, H., 75 

Kane, S 71, 122 

Kaplan, K., 71 

Keany, L 67, 123 

Kearney, R 71, 122 

Kearney, W., 67, 122 

Keefe, C., 71, 95 

Keefe, M., 31 

Kehoe, P 67, 124 

Keith, K., 67 

Kelleher, K 67 

Kelleher, S., 71, 135 

Kelly, T., 67 

Kelly, V 67 

Kennedy, B., 67 

Kennedy, E 67, 127 

Kennedy, K 31, 123, 135 

Kennedy, L 67, 81 

Kennedy, S., 71 

Kennedy, T., 67 

Kerrigan, J., 67, 127 

Kerrigan, V 75, 125 

Kiklis, D., 67, 81, 82, 110, 116 

Kilduff, D., 75 

Kilduff, T., 67, 89, 123. 132 

Kilgour, 1 71 

Kilgour, R 31 

Kilroy, R 67 

Kinney, M 67 

Kiellersteadt, N 71. 110 

Kloiber, K 75 

Knight, C 67, 122 



1 94/ Index 



Knoblock, I., 75 

Knox, D 75 

Knox, L., 67 

Kocke, K., 75 

Kolstad, N 31, 89, 90 

Koplovsky, A 67 

Koplovsky, B 75 

Krahmer, C, 67 

Krahmer, K 75 

Kubicki, C, 67, 127, 126 

Kubicki, K., 75, 125 

Lagace, S., 75, 132 

Lagerstedt, D 67, 94 

Lamoureux, G., 67 

Landers, S., 71, 135 

Landry, A., 3 1 

Lanman, P., 42, 54 

Laporte, D., 75 

Larkin, P., 24, 32, 49, 57 

Laudermilk, K., 23, 32, 82, 90 

Lauzon, A., 67 

Lawrence, D., 71, 128, 138 

Lawrence, K 32, 128 

Leahey, J 71, 94, 118, 139 

Leary, C 67 

Leary, J., 71 

Leary, K., 75 

Leary, K., 71, 131, 121, 139 

Leary, P.,. 32, 45, 61, 109, 122, 138 

Lederer, C, 71 

Leedham, J 75, 118 

LeFevre, B., 71, 124 

LeFevre, T., 32 

Leighton, T., 71, 122 

Lepage, M., 32, 124, 138 

Leonard, M., 77 

Lewis, P 75 

Leydon, K., 67 

L'Heureux, B., 71, 110 

Lincoln, J., 75 

Lindstrom, L 33 

Lindquist, P 33 

Lipfin, P 71 

Lipfin, R 71 

Looke, S., 71 

Loring, A., 71 

Love, S 33, 50, 57 

Lovejoy, C, 75 

Lowe, A., 75, 160 

Lowe, R., 33 

Lozier, A., 75 

Lozier, E., 33 

Luce, D., 67 

Lucier, M., 71 

Lunt, C, 71 

Lunt, C, 75 

Luscko, J., 11, 33, 90, 120 

Luscko, S 67, 122, 128 

Lutz, K., 71 

Lynn, J., 71 

Maass, S., 67 

MacDonald, H 71 

MacDonald, R., 75 

Macek, J., 75 

Macek, L 34, 40, 121, 139 

MacCormack, D 67, 123 



MacFarlane, K., 71 

Maclntyre, J 67 

MacKenzie, H., 75 

MacLaughlin, M., 71, 81, 91, 

135 

MacNevin, S., 71 

MacTavish, B., 71, 122 

MacWalter, D 75, 125 

MacWalter, R., 67, 125, 139 

Madden, S., 34, 121, 131, 139 

Maddock, B., 67 

Maddock, C, 71 

Maguire, J 67 

Mahoney, D., 67 

Mahoney, D 75, 128 

Mahoney, D 67, 87, 120, 133 

Mahoney, J 75, 82, 95, 1 10 

Maiellano, M., 77, 128 

Malmberg, N 67 

Maluchnik, S., 75 

Manley, C, 67 

Mann, H., 75 

Mann, J 71, 139 

Manning, C, 71 

Manning, P., 34 

Manning, R 34 

Manning, S 75 

Marks, E 34 

Marconi, M 71 

Marsocci, D 75 

Martin, C, 10, 139 

Martin, H 139 

Martin, J., 67, 94 

Martin, R., 67 

Martin, S., 138, 124 

Martin, S., 75, 125 

Mason, C 75 

Mastrangelo, D.,.. 75 

Mastrovita, M., 89, 135 

Mattivello, G., 75 

Mayo, J 75 

McCann, J 75 

McCarthy, J 67, 125, 139 

McCarthy, K 139, 125 

McCarthy, W 75 

McCarty, C, 34 

McDonough, H.,.29, 35, s 56, 62, 87, 
120, 130 

McDonough, J., 35, 95 

McEachern, C 35, 90 

McElroy, W 67 

McFarland, G., 67, 82, 87 

McGegrin, R., 90, 94 

McGirr, S., 75, 132 

McGrath, G 75, 108 

Mclnerney, R 67 

Mcintosh, A., 67 

Mclsaac, B., 75 

Mclsaac, C 67 

McKelvey, M 67, 122 

McKelvey, N 75, 128 

McKittrick, T 35 

McLaughlin, G 67 

McLaughlin, M., 68, 122 

McLean, H 68 

McLean, J 68, 122 



McPherson, J., 75 

Meallo, C, 13, 35, 87, 139 

Meallo, D., 133 

Medeiros, J 75 

Medeiros, L 68, 126 

Meier, R., 35, 57, 88 

Melville, B 68 

Melvin, S 75 

Mendoza, M., 36, 81, 87, 90 

Mercier, M 68 

Mercer, M., 36, 90 

Merrifield, K., 75 

Merrifield, N., 36, 80, 118 

Merry, D 68 

Merry, G., 68, 132, 139 

Merry, J 75 

Merry, K., 75 

Merry, T., 25, 36, 88 

Miele, M 76 

Miller, D 36, 48, 62, 

120, 130, 138 

Mishkin, D., 77, 95 

Mitchem, S., 76 

Moe, J., 68, 95, 128 

Moffatt, H., 36, 53 

Molinari, N 19, 37, 126 

Mooney, C, 37 

Moore, K 76, 95 

Moreau, P., 37, 128 

Morelli, C, 37, 82, 1 18 

Morin, K., 76 

Morison, D., 76 

Morison, S 76 

Morris, A., 68, 139 

Mowbray, B., 68, 87, 89, 

118, 125 

Muller, J 76 

Mumford, D 77 

Munro, B., 76 

Munsey, M 68, 87, 95, 138 

Murdough, C, 37, 123 

Murgo, S 37, 135 

Murgo, S., 135 

Murphy, C 68, 122 

Murphy, C 27, 38, 49 

Murphy, K., 38 

Murphy, M., 68 

Murphy, R 38, 122, 138 

Murphy S 38 

Murphy, W., 68 

Myers, P 21, 30, 38, 81, 82, 

84, 90, 110, 116 

Nandor, S., 76, 128 

Napier, L 76 

Nappellio, P., 68 

Nappellio, S., 76, 124 

Narkunas, P 77 

Nathan, P., 68 

Nee,. J 76, 95 

Needleman, P., 68 

Nelson, S., 38, 176 

Neuger, L., 68, 87 

Newkirk, K 72, 91 

Newman, R 72, 122 

Nichols, C, 76 

Nightingale, J., 76 



Nightingale, P 39 

Norton, A 39, 90, 123 

Norton, J., 68, 123 

Noyes, P 72, 138, 124 

Nudd, H 76 

Nudd, M 39 

Nykiel, H 76 

Nykiel, J 72 

Nylen, P 39, 59 

Oates, B., 72 

Oates, M., 76 

Oates, S., 39, 83, 87 

O'Brien, K 72, 122 

O'Brien, P., 68, 122 

O'Brien, T., 68, 122 

Ochtera, C, 68 

O'Connell, D., 76 

O'Donnell, S., 42, 61, 121, 139 

O'Donoghue, M., 76 

O'Hare, J 66, 122 

O'Hare, M 15, 39, 82, 83, 85, 

88, 122 

Olsen, K 72, 108, 131, 139, 121 

Olsson, R 40 

Olsson, K., 76 

O'Malley, P 40, 63, 124, 138 

O'Neil, M., 40, 50, 123 

Orwig, C, 72 

Osborne, S., 76 

O'Shea, R 76, 128 

O'Toole, S 76 

Ott, J 40 

Pagel, J 68 

Paige, T., 37, 40, 58, 127, 

138 

Palmer, R 76 

Pannozzo, A., 77 

Parkman, G 72 

Partridge, C 68 

Patenaude, S., 40, 124, 128, 

138 

Paton, G., 76 

Paton, R 68 

Pelletier, C 72 

Pelletier, C 72 

Pelletier, P., 68, 122 

Pennington, V 76 

Peotrowski, K 76 

Pepin, D 76 

Perkins, C 68, 126 

Perkins, C 72, 130, 138, 124 

Perry, C 68 

Pescarino, J., 68, 87 

Phillips, D., 41 

Phillips, J., 76, 95 

Piaseckyj, N., 76 

Pilkington, J., 76 

Pink, T 68 

Pink, T 76 

Pisani, D., 72, 122 

Pittsley, L 68, 94, 95 

Plett, S 68, 94 

Pockey, S 41, 122 

Poinier, L 76, 89 

Poliskey, S 68 

Potunicki, K 72 



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Pouliot, E 41, 60 

Pouliot, S 72 

Powers, B 72, 122 

Powers, D 41, 55 

Powers, K 94 

Pow ers, S., 76 

Prebola, N 76 

Price. A 72, 108 

Prosl, H 76 

Purin. J 41, 52, 81, 83, 84, 

85, 110, 116 

Purin, V 68, 81 

Quay. S 41, 125, 139 

Quilty. P 68, 128, 122 

Quintal, M 72 

Raftery, L 76, 118 

Raftery. M., 21, 42, 58, 81, 83, 

87, 90, 118 

Ragnow, D 39, 42 

Ramsay, E 72 

Ramsay, S 42, 85 

Rand, A 68, 131 

Randall, P 72 

Rankin. M., 68 

Reagan, K., 76, 160 

Reagan, K 68 

Redler, M 42 

Redler, M 76 

Redler, E 68 

Reed, M 72 

Reed, D., 76 

Reed, S 72 

Reed, T 68 

Rehfield, A 72 

Rehfield, K 76 

Ricci, C, 68 

Rich. K 76, 160 

Richards, B 76 

Richards. K 42 

Richards, L 68, 109 

Ring. D 42, 56, 121, 137 

Riser, J., 43, 54 

Riso, D 10, 43 

Rizzo, F 76, 128 

Rizzo. M 43, 125, 139, 157 

Rizzotto, E 43, 59, 81, 82, 

83, 87, 88, 90, 95 

Roberts, A 76, 108 

Ronald, A 76 

Roop, J 43, 122 

Ryan, A 68 

Ryan. J 43. 56. 120, 130, 138 

Ryan, M 130, 138 

Sacchi. P 80, 81, 90 

Salo, C, 139 

Salsman. M 68 

Salvatore, L 44, 50, 82 

Salvatore, N 131, 137, 121 

Samuelson. C, 68 

Santheson, C 44 

Santos, D., 68 

Sapp. D 44, 81, 90, 110 

Satkus, S., 68, 87, 138, 122 

Satkus, S., 76 



Saunders. M 76, 77, 128 

Saunders, M 76, 77, 128 

Saunders, S 69 

Scammel, K 77 

Scarbrough, C 39, 76, 166 

Scarbrough, R 69, 130 

Schindler, T 69 

Schippers, K 69, 118, 121 

Schippers, L 89 

Schneider, C 76 

Schneider, T., 76 

Schofield, J 44, 122 

Schofield, K 76 

Schofield, M 69 

Schofield, M 12, 44, 55, 57 

Schwaller, G., 69, 110, 139 

Schwaller, K., 21, 42, 45, 81, 

82, 83, 84, 85, 88, 1 10 

Scibetta, D 69 

Scott, D 45, 55, 135 

Scott, M 68, 122 

Seamon, M 69 

Sergi, M 45, 56, 63, 138 

Sergi, S., 76 

Sexton, E 69 

Shamma, S 76 

Shattuck, G 12, 45 

Shaughnessy, M., 20, 45, 122 

Sheehan, B 76 

Sheehan, C 69 

Sheehan, C, 69, 122 

Sheehan, L., 76 

Sheehan, M., 45 

Sheehan, P 69 

Shellene, M 33, 46, 138 

Sheilds, T., 46, 122 

Shoulla, B 69, 118, 121 

Shoulla, N., 46, 58, 126 

Showstead, A., 76 

Shumway, D 76 

Sigrist, P 52, 81, 82, 83, 85, 

87, 88, 110, 116 

Silvia, C., 76 

Simpson, P 94, 110, 116 

Simpson, T., 46, 82, 83, 84, 85, 

90, 110, 1 16 

Sinclair, A., 46 

Sjostedt, E 69 

Sjostedt, P., 46, 94, 122 

Sjostedt, R., 76 

Slattery, M 76 

Small, T 69, 123, 139 

SmithJ., 37,47,83,87, 1 18, 125, 139 

Smith, M 69 

Smith, S. 76 

Smith, T., 47, 122, 138 

Sorrento, L., 76 

Spear, T. 69, 81, 91, 122 

Spellacy, A., 20, 47, 81, 83, 84 

87, 88, 1 10, 1 16, 118 

Spendley, T 47 

Spinale, K., 47 

Spinney, R 23, 47 

Sprosty, P 48, 159 



Stadelmann, J., 76, 132 

Stahl, J 76 

Starr, K 48, 94 

Stevens, J., 76 

Stewart, J 69 

Stewart, J 76 

Stewart, S., 48, 52, 83, 85, 89 

Stone, L 10, 48 

Such, B 73, 122 

Sugerman, J 73, 95 

Sullivan, J., 73, 95 

Sullivan, J., 48, 58 

Sullivan, J., 76 

Sullivan, S 76, 1 10 

Sundstrom, C, 76 

Sundstrom, S 48, 63 

Switzer, D., 73 

Tassell, K 69 

Tate, T., 76 

Teravainen, P 49 

Tewksbury, O., 77, 128 

Tewksbury, K 49 

Themistokleous, C., 69 

Themistokleous, E., 77, 126 

Thevenin, A., 49, 81, 94, 95, 

110, 116 

Thevenin, C 77 

Thevenin, J., 73 

Thibodeau, R., 69, 138 

Thibodeau, R 73, 122 

Thibodeau, S., 77 

Thomas, M 69 

Thomas, J 77 

Thomas, W 69 

Thorn, P 69 

Thrasher, K 69, 87 

Tibbetts, P., 77, 82, 1 10 

Tilley, R., 77, 95 

Tiley, H 77 

Tirrell, W 49, 90, 122 

Topaz, K., 49 

Toselli, A 45, 49, 87, 125, 139 

Toselli, T 73, 125 

Tougas, C, 69 

Tougas, J., 46 

Tougas, J 77 

Tougas, R., 73 

Treganowen, L., 50 

Treganowen, T., 72 

Tribuna, C., 69 

Trinque, K 50 

Tripp, A 47, 50 

Tufankjian, D 77 

Tufankjian, G., 50, 90 

Turner, P 69 

Tyng, C., 73 

Upham, N 69 

Vadas, V., 69 

Verell, J 69, 138 

Vikenes, A 50, 80, 81 

Vokes, D., 73 

Wait, C, 77 

Wait, J., 77 

Walker, K., 73, 139 



Wall, D., 73 

Wall, K., 50,87,89,132 : 

Wallace, S., 51, 84, 110, 116 

Wallace, S 77 I 

Walsh, D„ 18, 38, 51, 120, 127, 138 . 

Walsh, J 69, 130 j 

Walsh, K 69, 110 

Walsh, K 77, 124 

Walsh, M 51, 62, 87, 135 

Walsh, N., 73 

Walsh, S 77 

Washburn, S 35, 51, 121, 137 

Waterhouse, A., 69 

Watson, H., 69 

Watts, L., 69 

Way, C 77 I 

Welch, B. 34, 51, 58, 135 

Welch, J 73, 127 

Wenger, K 51, 121, 139 

West, C 73 

Wetherbee, D 73 

Weyand, P., 52, 84, 89, 157 

Whelchel, E 14, 52, 87, 90, 116 

Whelchel, P. 73 

Whitaker, K. 73, 94, 95 

White, D., 52, 128 

White, J 77, 128 

White, R., 69 

Whitehouse, K 52 

Whittemore, J 77 

Whittum, K 69, 81 

Whittum, M 69, 81, 82, 84, 110 

Wiedner, W......43, 45, 52, 120, 136 

Wielenga, S., 77 

Wilbur, S 73 

Wilcox, T., 69, 133, 124 

Wilken, A 22, 52 

Wills, J., 77 

Wilson, M 73 

Wilson, S., 69 

Wiggins, B., 77 

Wilken, D 77 

Williams, P 73. 110, 139 

Winberg, H 73 

Winterson, D 69 

Winterson, R 73 

Wolf, K 77, 89 

Wolff, M 69, 109, 139, 135 

Wolff, S 53 

Woodman, B., 53, 82 

Woodmansee, H 73 

Wozniak, M 73, 136, 122 

Zahnzinger, C 73 

Zammito, M., 73 

Zammito, N 73, 110 

Zak, J., 53 

Zee, B., 69 

Zee, G., 53, 132 

Zelazic, P., 42, 53, 58 

Zicko, W 53, 84, 110. 136 

Zoltowski, S., 77 



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