Acton Boxborough Regional High School - Torch Yearbook (Acton, MA)

 - Class of 1975

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y " P MH vO 1 ‘ - VOJ o vV ' ' m mm - t • ;V .,. iiir •iliwii . ■ 1 ft: pd«liS ' -«r i • . mm- SS:® COUCH Acton-Boxborough Regional High School Acton, Massachusetts The Class of 1975 would like to dedicate this year ' s book to Mrs. Jane Starr, and Mr. Frank Calore, for their endless help. “It is hard to say Thank-you - to someone who already knows it. Perhaps it is better to say We love you. For the times, good and bad. The understandings, and the mis- And for being there when they were needed, and when they were not — To make life and love more than words — but meanings. ” x Dedication nx pRoloqoe xn: H2T. andeax:l k5srinu2n x: V l- wCCl ?i£r«2S -yff vttt .HiqHliqlrcs -pr K c sxid hz i y fidJisoas: j ktkz nd joqMa v chnwx Zd iccas: kfiaen mallin jalie dudzj k c Rick borrd , d.coch.a niz 1. coctuz ne, s.cocha r s a eWiS jady flyrm ch aaokcWtc q. hcabsch cindy d. q f] phjllip5 b. sqobbo bRucc smjrk p XCCy 6a1Iiv)M2 Cindy W vcid Robyrx vOhippi z Pause for a moment while memories swifly pass through the mind Photo by John Vogt Life is only a shadow without another to see it a drifting non-entity frozen in Nothingness . But suspended within a mind it becomes an ageless monolith unyielding against a turbulent universe . . . . Randy Anway Photo by John Vogt . . . Here in reflections our lives are in front of us- to be seen by ourselves and others-to be contemplated- discussed-and somewhat explained- to the satisfaction of yourself, to the mystery of others- When we finally come to this point, past and future merge, decisions, struggles and finally, answers are found . — In the back of my mind, I observe The workings of things past and present; But not for me the future holds A great a nd wonderful life. For I am not worthy of such great tide, To rock in and out by the shore; And I will know by the time I die, What great wonders I still hold. . . . John Plunkett — Uf «i m» 4 ' n| m M I] I bruce.smith " When vo think of ! » -■ thinko™ tf tPoSiT G’iFt WERE II byacountrymS nt ' fry Rocks with Play tot ' Vbenfljrtnsnfirf ' telr tf”bir 9 A.‘Umi jfcStlYk- ' Tfll i! y.rv» aJltdaftcrb. • " OU’S fmjt l 7 1 I look into the water and see myself Who am I ? Where am I going? All that I know is that which is behind me. All that I can hope for is that which is ahead of me. Be my friend. And together, let ' s be on our way. . . . Cindy Lemere 13 Silence fills oblivion and the human mind brings sound into the void wisps of thought empty into emptiness as echoes of time fade into Darkness. . . . anonymous V , tt .W Jdyr ckjlL ujaJiiLijTVy-, ' dcmi do ‘Wt mjuch tdlki y ,1Wa day. KcAfl- day) . TKflM. day) cl £ .Q2 m to Iki ink. aJUdl ockrui. ikii ' tki ny dhat Jv yytLio do, amd aQi " W. tj mL cl had " W clnam dd 1 had. a Icrwi, d dan! thunk ctll moW a Yidlw ; iW L day. Idu iL. day. Fl rul yd ajie m to Jk. a vuxuh, to Idc thi ly iViai d loajoe- mack- vn Amy. tddljdc. jjst cuy td he, Wn loOuvnj A) l my. dvc (jjat ry cWnWy, d dcmt do ail that dmWyj UU L day). Thi AS- day, TWi- day d a 1 an ccnmn stsMO a nd cou rtt Hul " fcmt an yanfcn " tamo tt tcVUJTi. Dcrrit can Yvmt wvl uj-dh rmy ajdlwuA, cive nod Icnaodj n tWm nclur. u ® J. BftOUAlL 7T Ltnenz. Administration Raymond J. Grey—Superintendent Stephen Jennings and Gary Baker Assistant Superintendents tom tine desk oP. Ul.S. Principal T» TWc Clo c 7S ' . XT «- oU UW t ? ve " t»y 3 v»cW«. +• ♦» W i v » a A ew oe rj e£ fVo W75 «|vo-do ' j cNo.%1 f+r tUc V 0 C r ohiwi tW V onc, v wAcvod • A.B.fc H»5. Ors V eW9 o iVc XI Ukc -H We lV,J nCC VMlt OwWd tM VtM 0 pV«ClA V4K ' A - ivvno vvxoV »c v , ev VV uj vo.f jcv o v%% co c« v t po »hx t r%le4« v%v©W wi v t. yoc wm W « W rtv «w Vi 4 V- fewd OL wi onaV»% n tVi Fu• orWft” tVc “a-oW s«. «. " £ rt ' »» • Ach Q tVc 3 o «V « b y Wct Wo -TVe ' Sowav TVWw+ SWocO iV « " So iV © A NtV « CV k vs|W C 4V.C 3 reoV F»s A rV» Ptvf© r iu , u v W«4 0k of- » K v o4 » uXj A‘B.fc.H»3. 9otat o dL eoA ok o 9 3 0 rtcoA WoJp . Dr. Lawrence McNulty--Principal Donald MacLeod—Vice Principal Francis Riley — Vice Principal lohn Mano l%”oV0 Jane Starr . . . enjoy working with students in skilled sub¬ jects such as shorthand and typing because I can see their progress at the end of the year . . .it ' s a great feeling knowing that we have trained stu¬ dents with employable skills allowing them to be¬ come independent and ready to enter the business com¬ munity . . . Donna Si cDermott . . . has always been my greatest love . . . hope to transmit my enthusiasm about literature to students . . . genuine interest in highschool students as people ... I ' m a glutton for pun¬ ishment . . . biggest satisfaction is seeing a student relate ideas learned earlier to the prob¬ lem at hand ... I guess I just enjoy it . . . Robert Asquith p6 ve ' - ' i y . . I believe that there are three important aspects of life; Spiritual, Mental and Physical. The physical aspect is most often overlooked and so someone should dedicate him¬ self to it . . . w t Grant Swenor Judith Abrams Peter Emer lt§ lancy Ousley Janice Bacon . . . it ' s exciting to be with people ... I love to see people . . . some¬ thing different happens everyday . . . if you have a job, it should be some¬ thing that you enjoy . . . sometimes I wonder ... I got started and did not know enough to stop ... it burns up my energy ... I need to be active Catherine Kleier , . . I like relationships with people and helping kids especially to learn and make choices ... I enjoy working with stu¬ dents; that ' s the ONLY reason I ' m here . . . a valuable job; I ' m not selling cigarettes or putting up beer ads ... a variety of experiences with different challenges and goals . . . first year teaching is all new and interesting . . young people are delightful . . . satis¬ faction in getting a difficult point across successfully . . . 3 mm. paying back the favor of someone who got me inter¬ ested in music . . . It keeps me young . . . I ' m as much of a kid as they are ... I must be crazy . . . I can ' t answer that question right now . . . Anita Anita Dodson Helen f hode: plain fsj Ki ' feS ' SISM tUt •I immers Nancy Farrar V Bruce Martenis Karen Brillia Carol M Virginia Skinger ... I love intellectual inter¬ action with people ... I en¬ joy the high school age group . . . don ' t ask me now; I ' ve had a bad day . . .it ' s the people involved with teaching that make it worthwhile . . . I love to eat the school lunches ... to teach is to learn and to grow ... I want others to be able to communicate in a foreign language too . . . I ' m insecure . . . Margaret Cullen Joean Taschner Nancy Lai Lewton Saarim ' James Giffon oniericor ,Q bor his Winslow Smi . . . a creative job . . . working with the younger generation . . . I needed a job ... I wanted to be a teacher since the first grade ... I love people ... I ad¬ mired my college teachers . . . I love teaching . . . Francis Pratt Pamel Bettijane Zei Marjorie Jarrett V. . • interesting to help people in logical adjunct to teaching . . . kids are neat ... my job is a challenge . . . Why not? It ' s consistent with my persona lity . . .a form of self fulfill¬ ment . . . Missing: Juta Motor Robert Clever Marjori Irene Ruth Proctor Helen WorraM Pupil Personnel - Secretaries Haras . .Carole White Kathy Whittemore Doris Koch Gladys Anna Boccio Row 1 (l-r): B. Lynch, F. Handrahan, D. Maki, P. Ryan, P. Smoltese. Row X (l-r): B. Boothby, K. Travers, M. Finan, S. Socha, M. Fullonton, C. Merkh, H. Handrahan. Row 2: B. MclMeish, D. Ackerman, C. Cohen, M. Troisi, J. Brooke. 32 •ii£i £L£ : v- , • « ■ . 33 Mfep ■ - ■ ' I ■BwaHRBaHMnoReaass Karen Abbott Clayton Abrarr a . dams Cynthia Crosby Christy Cutbill John Ctithbert Lisa t Agostine ; John Dagdigjan Catherine Hammann Kinda Hancock Barbara Hansen Wayne Hansen Cynthia Hanson Alice Harrington §cott Harris Carole Harrison lertelfi ■Cynthia Anderson. Jonathan Andrews Carol A them Donna Sue gel I pic co Arpaio Marianne Avril Walter Bachman Jennifer Davis Lemuel Davis Lindsay Davis Marl isse Dawson Carolyn Dayton Alan Deacon Doreen Dean Cynthia Delouy) William Delzeil Amber Dewey Scott Dickinson Doreen Doughty 2 jfcHederstedt Hennessey i Herskovitz |g|| Susan Higgins Thomas HeridHcl Susan Hoag I and Sacheverel I Michael Bachrachj Scott Bailey 1 James Badum Robert Baker Richard Barlbjf Wendy Bar$yvjll Hillary Barrett Jodi Barringer David Beaudoin Brenda Belmont Susan Bennett Barrie Driscoll James Dudziak Stacy Dunk I e John Dupont Kathleen Ellis Marcia English Steven Erickson C h r i sfop1Wr%lif Randall Benoit Ellen Bergehan David Berlan 8! ankenship 9Wnt hfBI atchford Cheryl feobik Susan Bodde - Anthony Bolton Laurie Boyden Penny Bradley Patr i eta. 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JeffreyJKopnce Deanna Kotell Roel Krabbendam Hugh Kendrick Chris Kreidermacher Kathryn Kress Cynthia KrUsen A Deborah Kuipers Crystal LaPoint Robert Laite Virginia Layton Lawrence LeGault Cynthia Lem ere AnnMarie Leone Phillip Licari Leslie Meyer Sandra Milton Carol Mitrano Michael Monter Christy Murray David Murray Judith Murray i Diane Mustek Jeanne Nadeau John H ' arunkiewicz Douglas Litchfield Josiah Hatch Gail Lombardo Arthur Hennessey Matthew Long Cheryl Nelson Eric Nelson Mark Nefson Owen Neville Victoria Newcombe Jill Nicholson Kevin Noakes Sally Noftle John O ' Donoghue Gary Oldenberg Dionna Orio Stephen 0i Rhonda 1 James P; Tersa Pan Carole Pa[ Richard Pai’kes Rachel Peacock David Pederlen Thomas Pen mm an Scott Perry iven Quin ela Quist Wend y Quosig Sharbn Racicot William Read x Sheila Refoy B Brian Regan V Donald Regapf Ellen Reichie Daniel Reim U Karen Reid Robena Reid Susan R naccio Donpa Richfjdson John Robbins Andrgyv Roscoe Ron Rouillard David Roy Jeffrey Royle Patti Rundlett iVincerrt Russo Kath exjrfe Ryan , ary J29 Joyce SaTzfiTann Karen Sanderson David Taylor Richard Tambl ing Will iam Teleford Linda Thimot Deborah Thompson Donald Thompson Kathleen Tiernan Bobbie Tolley Kim Tompkins Faye Trachtenberg Joseph Trembley Jacqueline Van . Bosse to Tracy|Towne Martha -Van Wifikfe Michel Ie-Varno Lynn Veasey. ApPfa Vieira Paula Vigliotti Susan Volkmann j therine Von im Richard Wirtenson Daviil Wood Pamela Woodal®! ouglas WorthIc ' m YaP iam Wri el Young Scully r Karen Seatte r Michelle iedileau % zabeth ackfordV | iris Sheehan ..athy Shoerin William Shippen MHbUbkZ sy.wMvt . mSES SoBK In Memory of Stephen Hryniewich Richard Brooke JNK m mss mSSm -x - ' ' 4 :W tow; ■ ■ • ' ■ ■ fr’ ;•. $ ) y • $ $• •$ ! ' $$ ■ffi ' ,, t; :: ' m v ' tilt;: ;.iyc §11® pi :. fepiPt mmm ' s ' % ' £■• ■ 1; ■ - -IS ; :: , f .1 ' ?-: - c “v V- : v, : - 49 In memory of. . . KATHERINE ROSE Life is either a daring adventure or nothing. Helen Keller photo by Jayne Mulholland Louis Abare Lou I feel the greatest reward for doing is the opportunity to do more. Tracy L. Abbott Abbo Freedom is the very nature of my being, that whatever stands against that freedom must be set aside, be it ritual superstition or limitations in any form. Swimming 1,3; Skiing 3,4. George A. Affannato We are too soon old and too late smart. Charles Agule Chip Happiness is peace. Band; Orchestra; Stage Band; Student Rep.; Student Council; Student Gov. Day. Karen Sue Alex What I ask for is absurd: that life shall have a meaning. What I strive for is impossible: that my life shall aquire a meaning. I dare not believe. I do not see how I shall ever be able to believe: that I am not alone. Joseph Allen Mark C. Anderson Polo People should do all they can in the time left. Rifle Team 1,2; Interact Club 1 , 2 . David P. Autio Working for something is some¬ times working for nothing. Soccer 1,2,3,4. Windsor Barlow Wendy Where am I going? Somewhere. What do I see ahead ? Life. Have a plan ? Yup. How do I feel? Optimistic. How do I feel? Terrrrific! I am my own guiding light. Cheerleading 2; Proscenium Circus 3,4; Madrigal Choir 4. Michele Lynn Barry Mikki I know you all; and will for a while uphold your idleness. Yet herein will I imitate the sun . .. Teacher Aide 1; Track Team 1; Proscenium Circus 2,3,4; Concert Choir 3,4; Chorus 3; Students to Elect McGovern 2. Robert Francis Barry I’m not asking you, I’m telling you. Darlene Mary Beaudoin Dumpy “As time goes on, I realize just what you mean to me. And now, now that you’re near, promise your love, that I’ve waited to share, and dream of our moments together, color my world, with hope of loving you. ” December 1, 1973. Patrice Georgianna Beaudoin Fatso Jack you’re my life, my world and dreams, my joy and laugh¬ ter, my everything. . . BW Cheerleading 2; Work Study 3,4; Jack’s time 1,2,3,4. Deborah Beausoleil “In youth we learn; in age we understand. ’’ Wayne Beckes Judith Bedford Judy To live life long is almost every¬ one s wish, but to live well is the ambition of a few. Gail Susan Belliveau Belliveau I’ve found that my saddest times were spent remembering my happiness. I don’t know where the time went, and the evening shadows are growing long — urging me on—still I will never say goodbye, I’ll never leave my friends behind. P.M.F.—August 31, 1974; K. W. Rhythm of the Rain, Summer 74 Good times — 1,2,3,4. David William Ben Likes Sharon B., Grand Funk, Sha Na Na. Dislikes being called Ba-hen, Ben-Hur, and Gentle Ben. Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 2; Baseball 3,4. Jean Marie Benedett “He that troubleth his own house shall inherit the wind; and the fool shall be the servant to the wise at heart. ” National Honor Society 3,4; Pro¬ scenium Circus 1,2,3,4; French Club 1,2; Majorette 1,2; Musical 1,2,3. Patricia Bennett Patti Life is like an onion: You peel off one layer at a time and some¬ times you weep. Jonathan C. Benson Jon “Nature is neutral. Man has wrested from nature the power to make the world a desert or to make the deserts bloom. There is no evil in the atom; only in men’s souls. ” Scott Biron Winners never quit and quitters never win. Band 1,2,3; Stage Band 1,2,3; J.V. Hockey 1,2; Ski Team 3; Intramurals 1,2; Cope 4. ZiVKBT ■ % 9 1 nil Hr Elaine Bobik Elaine “Whatever your goal is in life, do it and make sure you do it well. ” B-Ball 3,4; Softball 2,3,4. Lynn E. Bohne “As is the generation of leaves, so is that of man. ” Swimming 1,2,3; J.V. Basket¬ ball 2. Richard Laughlin Bond Rick, Bondo To prepare for the time when the future becomes the past; dream becomes reality, when a lifestyle is lived. To search, deep enough, eventually to say. . . Cross Country, Winter, Spring Track 1,2,3,4; Co-Capt. 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Madrigal 2,3,4; AK1. . . . Adrienne Bottinick “A” I’ve looked at life from both sides now from give and take and still somehow, it’s life’s illusions I recall I really don’t know . . . Life at all. Basketball dribbling 4; A.F.S., Class Play, Talent Show, Senior Organizing Committee. Garry Bourgeois Everthing that belongs to the world—what the sinful self de¬ sires, what people see and want, will someday never dream Suzanne Boyden Sue So as you push off from shore, won’t you turn Your head once more — And make your peace with everyone? Great Britain 4, French Club (Pres.) 4; Archery Club 4. Valerie Bowles Val Still the day went on — The bridge spanned time in darkness; The sun broke through the clouds. Intramurals 1,2,3,4. Elizabeth Ann Brague Betsy Lean on me When you ’re not strong and I’ll be your friend; I ll help you carry on. hor ii won ’t be long till I m going to need somebody to lean on. Barnet, Deering, Alright Eeee A S P.. WarmFuzzies. " Margaret E. Brandon Peggy Give me a fish and I’ll eat for a day. Teach me to fish and I’ll eat for a lifetime. Intramurals, teacher aide, stu¬ dent government day, life. Cynthia T. Browne Cindy And in the end, And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make . . . Kimberly Brown Kim “Hello Seagulls Sitting on a rusty beer can . . . Are you attempting to make a social comment?” A.F.S. 4. Andrea Susan Bums Andi I have no Yesterdays , Time took them away; Tomorrow may not be — But I have today. A.F.S. 4. Jeffrey Wilson Bursaw Jeff I have got my leave Bid me farewell, my brothers ! We were neighbors for long, but I received more than I could give. Now the day has dawned And the lamp that lit my dark corner is out. A summons has come and lam ready for my journey. John Butler Robert Cadle Bob v o’ h Sandra Jeanne Cady Sandi, Cady, Cathy ‘!£he sea is never still. It pounds on the shore Restless as a young heart, H unting. ” Carl Sandburg Band 1,3; Pep Band 4; Stage Band 2; Shoe 4. Dolores Patricia Cafaro Do I find life, love and friends to be the ultimate experience. D. P. 5-29-73; S.R. 1,2,3,4; M.H. 9-5-73; Mac ' s 3,4; Cheering 3,4; B-ball 2; Full moon 3; M.V. 4; E. H. . . . Luz Auxiliadora Calle La Trilogia bella de nuestra vida; un amor un ideal, una esperanza. The beautiful trilogy of our life: A love, a ideal, a hope. A.F.S. Exchange Student. Robert Alan Carbutt Bob Hate and love are confused some¬ times; And love can be trying at times: Hate to be sure . . . Band 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 4; Tennis 1; Winter Track 2,3,4; Spring Track 2,3,4. Norman Card Mark Carman Nothing is said which has not been said before. Michael Allen Case Mike, Kazarr The best is yet to come . . . I hope. . . . Ski Team 1,2,3, co-captain 4; Soccer 3,4; Football 1. Vicki Lynne Casselbury “Bunky” Today I ran away To find the sea Like a wild butterfly Bursting from the jungle into the cooling surf. Waves curled to greet me A soft breeze set me free. Procenium Circus 1,2; Choir 1,2; B-ball Marathon 3; Dusty luv u 2. Bret H. Chalupa True hope is swift and flies with swallow ' s wings; Kings it makes Gods, and meaner creatures kings. Millisa A. Chick Missy “Fading faces in a waking dream, and tho’ they never seem to last very long, these are faces I ' ll always remember from the places in my past. ” Miss; Simsbury 1,2; K.J.R. . . . Peter Brian Christmas Pete When you see this, remember me and bear me in your mind, Let all the world say what they may. Speak of me as you find. Cindy Lee Clark “Limp " The grand essentials this life are something to do, something to love, and something to hope for. Basketball 1,2; Field Hockey 1,2; Intramural Football. Donna Elizabeth Cochrane I wish I were what I was when I wanted to be what I am now. Teacher Aid 1; Pom-Pom 2,3, co¬ captain 4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; Yearbook 3,4; Prom Committee 4; Student Gov ' t Day 2,3,4; Art Show 2,4; French Club 4; Intermurals 3,4. Philip J. Codyer You shall have joy, or you shall have power, but you shall not have both. Ronald Cohen Bonnie Colby 57 Seth Edward Connelly “Unhappiness is a waste; happiness can only be found within; Not to find happiness, is a shame; For happiness, is truly the gift of a god. .. ” Friends 1,2,3,4; Understanding 4. John Francis Cooney Chip, Coon He that runs fast, covers the most ground. Cross-Country Track 3,4; Winter Track 1,3,4; Spring Track 1,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. Daniel Costello Dan Hockey 2,3,4; Soccer 3; Cross- Country Track 4. Laura Ann Cotter Woman was created, from the rib of man; Not from his head, Nor from his feet, to be walked upon; But from his side to be equal, near his arms to be protected, and close to his heart, to be loved. m Thomas Edward Coughlan Tom For all that has been, Thanks! To all that shall be, Yes! Dag Hammerskjold Football 1,2,3,4. James M. Coull “A word of advice: don ' t give it. ” Hockey 3; Cross-Country 3,4. Nancy Irene Bernadette Counihan Nance, Sunny Smile sunshine, and the world will smile back . .. i Jfrais 2,3,4; Piano-Chorus 1,4; Walden Pond; Friendly’s. Sheryl Ann Crocker Cheryl, Crock Don’t walk in front of me, I may not follow. Don’t walk in back of me, I may not lead. Just walk beside me and be my friend. Track 1,2,3, tri. capt. 4; Pom¬ pom squad 2,3,4; Teacher Aide 2; Powderpuff Football game 4. Mary E. Cronin Don’t walk in front of me, I may not follow. Don’t walk behind me, I may not lead. Just walk beside me, and be my friend. Teacher’s Aide 1; Basketball Team 2,3; Tennis Team 2,3,4; Student 1,2,3,4; NHS 4. Robert Crowley Cornelius W. Cullinane Skip Who says nothing is impossible? I’ve been doing it for years. Sally Cummings “For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways. ’’ Isaiah 55:8 Suzanne Danis George DTTW: Falling Stars; Banana; Tom; Larry; BSCS: 18; Duck- pond; Old Mill; Mike; Sam; George; Mr. D.; Blackjack; Ac¬ counting; Chicago; England to English; Turkey Sandwich; Roses; Grad 74; 75-79. Yesterday T. W. 3; McD. 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4. Jill Danneker Degenerate 1 20 Friendship needs no symbol, or vow to make it whole; It’s just a sacred covenant that’s locked within the soul; It know s no creed or station, or thought of gain or fame, for what is done is sacred, and is done in friendship’s name. Peppers 4; B-ball Marathon 4; Majorette 2,3,4; AFS 4; Senior Organizing Committee. Douglas Thomas Dauphinee Doug The only quote is this quote “ Daniel Dietz “California Kid” Reach out to the world, to know, to grow, to say yes to life to risk finding your real self. Deborah Ann DeSimio Debby The faces and the memories of 4 yrs. all too quickly slip away. Somewhere beyond this horizon there waits a sunlit day. The time has come. Got to move on, got to travel—walk away my blues. 9171 Band; stage Band; P.P. Gov. Board; Musicals Armgdn.; I.T.S. 6 75. Sandra Marie Dingee Sandy Come on people now, smile on your Brother, everybody get together try to love one another right now. Hockey 2,3,4; Field Hockey 1; Track 1. Elizabeth L. Dolan Beth Flying high, touch the sky Going to places I never knew so goodbye. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; WHS 3,4. Yearbook 3,4; Ice Hockey 2. William Craig Doskocil Bill “If we advance confidently in the direction of our goals endeavor¬ ing to live the life we imagine, we will attain a success un¬ expected in common hours. ” PC: ITS: Madrigals; NHS; Mu¬ sicals; Pops Concerts; Cross Country; Winter and Spring Track; Band. Charles Edward Downey Chuck, Tex, Sol. 1,2,3 To understand the thoughts of others, you must be willing to listen to them. Band 1,2,3,4; Ski Team 4; Stage Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 4; Orchestra 3,4; Russian Club 2; Ski Club 3,4. Patrick Christopher Doyle “Petya " They say best men are molded out of faults and, for the most, become much more the better for being a little bad. ” William Shakespeare Russian Club 2,3,4; Swimming 2,3,4; NHS 4. i Cindy Drozda Live today for today because you can’t be sure of tomorrow, and if you ' live today for tomorrow, you’ll miss today. Ice Hockey 2,3,4. Susan Jean Dumdey Sue Most of the shadows of this life are caused by our standing in our own sunshine. Leslie Elaine Ellis Les “We learned together, taught together, and laughed together, and I knew we were friends. Swim Team 1,2, Manager 3,4; AFS 1,2,3,4; Ski Club 4; Pom- Pom Squad 2,3,4; Prom. Comm. 4; Stu. Gov’t 1,2,3,4; Art Show 2,4. tl 2l JL Karyn Ann Esser Es Give to the world the best you have and the best will come back to you. Field Hockey 1,2,3, Tri. capt. 4; Basketball 2,3,4; Orchestra 1; Softball 1,2,3, Co-capt. 4; NHS Brad B. Eveland A.B.R.H.S. Varsity Soccer 4; Track 4; Ski Club 4; Mendham HS N.J. Varisty Cross Country 2,3; Var¬ sity Track 3; Ski Club 1,2,3. John J. Falvey Jack All men are equal, but some are more equal than others. Soccer 3,4; Pres, of Student Council 4; Repr. to School Comm. 4; Senior Class Play. Dawn M. Fanning Fern; Dusk Do not follow where the path may lead go, instead, where there is no path and leave a trail. Cope 3; D.E 4; Dick 1,2,3,4; What can I say that has not been said? Dub, mom, Dad . . . Thanks. Lisa Ann Fife Fife So my friend, I say to you, “Be it or it not be, A friend can’t Hue if a friend can’t hope That’s the way it seems to me. ” Thomas Fink Sandra L. Finneault Sandy or Sam To accomplish great things we must not only act but also dream, not only plan but also believe. AF Art Club 1,2,3; Musical 2,3; Thencan 2; Color guard 2,3; al¬ ways remember, good times with friends. j ,V). Jf . Jeffrey L. Fischer Jeff every triumph there’s lot In of try. Band 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 1,2,3,4, Orchestra 4. Jack B. Flanagan Baby Jack In his lifetime man meets many people. Some end up friends, some acquaintances. Trust only your friends, associate with your acquaintances. Sooner or later the number of friends will out¬ number your acquaintances. Debra Marie Flannery Deb My heart is warm with the friends I make; to each I give, from each I take; I may love but one, Yet keep those friends, Cause friends live on even when love ends . . . Cheerleader 2,3, Co-Capt. 4; Teacher aid 1; Girls’ Track 1; Work Study 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4. Bryan W. Flood Do what you want and be happy with itl. Judith Anne Flynn Judy It is not enough to be busy . the question is: what are we busy about?” 4; Students to elect McGovern 2; Student Govt. Day 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2; N.H.S. Glenn Forsmo Elinor Lynn Fortner Once I was alone but Now I’ve found life. Smile, God loves you Laugh, the sun Shines on your face; Believe; faith moves Mountains. Band 1,2,3,4; Proc. Circus 2: N.H.S. 3,4. Grover F. Fuller Jr. “Tomorrow we will run faster, stretch out our arms farther — And one fine morning ...” Rocketry Club 1; State Science Fair 1; Class Officer 1; Student Council 3,4; NHS 3,4; Musical 3,4; F rosc. Circus 3,4. Elizabeth Seton Gavin Liz; Gav Challenge is the mainspring of all human activity; if there’s an ocean we swim it; a mountain we climb it; a record we break it. B-Ball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Field hockey 2,3,4; Swimteam 1; Student Rep. 3; Football 4; Teacher aide 1,2. John P. Gilbert “I hope people who participate in athletics wont feel that sports are a complete education, but one of the highest. ” Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3; Baseball 1,4; Intramurals 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . William Christopher George Gonzalez Gonzy Here I sit in homeroom on Nov. 1 ripping off a quote to beat the deadling. Wow, do I hate this picture. I hope you will re¬ member me as I really am, and not by this picture.!!! LIVE Patricia M. Gooding Pat I told you that the life goes up and down, Did you notice how the wheel goes round 1 ? And you’d better pick yourself up from the ground, before they bring the curtain down. Before they bring the curtain down. Sharon A. Grekula Grek The lord watch between you and me, when we are absent one from the other. N.H.S. 3,4; Volley ball 2,4. 1 Mark R. Grieman “I do my thing, and you do your thing. I am not in this world to live up to your expectations. And you are not in this world to live up to mine. You are you and lam I. ” Soccer 2,3; Baseball 1,2,3; co¬ captain 4. Cynthia L. Gunlock Cindy In blades of grass, I lie my head. Through all of time, I make ammends. I love this world, For time to come This is my way, Of having fun. Friend 1,2,3,4. Mary Elizabeth Haley Mare Remember well and bear in mind that a faithful friend is hard to find and when you find one that is true forget not the old for the new. Basketball 2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 2; Teacher Aid 2; Powder Puff Football 4. Kathleen Marie Hall Kathy “A friend is the present you give yourself. ” Chorus 1,2; Yearbook 2; Transfer from Benet Academy, Liste III. 3; Intermurals 3; Pom-Pom 4; Ski Club 4; Prosecenium Circus 4; Prom committee 4. Carl Hamke Hambone David Mark Harrington “Dave” Ski Club 1,2,3,4. Katherine M. Harris Kathy The work will wait while you show the child the rainbow, but the rainbow won’t while you do the work Roberta Hardy Susan J. Henley Sue Some day, you’ll find that I have gone. For tomorrow will rain so I’ll follow the sun. Drivers Education. 8ecJcu Hoar oeru spec ' a. fpc o n Cxnd x event He Karen Jeanne Hilberg Shorty No one is too small to be a friend. Ice Hockey 2, co-captain 3,4; Field Hockey 1,2,3, Tri-Capt. 4; NHS 3,4; Hockey cheerleader 4; Student Council 2,3; Intra¬ murals 1,2. Diane Kay Hesch Diane Time passes, People change, but Memories never die. NHS 3,4; Softball 2,3,4; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; SHY7, YPC. Carolyn Harunkiewicz Hunkle Every man has a unicorn he is predestined to hunt. It is not necessary that he find or slay this unicorn, merely that he diligently seeks it. F.H. 1,2; I.H. 2,3,4; T. 2,3 4- Yr.B. 3,4; Intr. 1,2,3,4; W. 2,3,4. ’ Peter F. Hill Be careful with your future, for it is soon to be your past. A.V. Department Photographer 3,4. - Susan Ruth Hilton Sue It’s important to me that you know you are free. ’cause I never want to make you change for me. Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Ice Hockey capt. 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3; B-Ball 1; Tennis 2,3,4; Orch. 1. Jeffrey M. Hirsch . . . graduation, it’s all over, or is it, not really it’s only just another beginning, another bridge to cross — We’ve gone through many obstacles, but that never stopped “75”, never will! Spring Track 1,2; Cross Country 1; Work Study 3,4. Susan Hitchins Sue Star, If you are A love compassionate You will walk with us this year We face a glacial distance, who are here Huddled At your feet. Patrick Brian Reynolds Hoey Pat Persistance and determination alone are omnipotent. Football 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Rifle Team 1; T.S.T.F. 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 2,4; Macs 3,4. Claire Holmes Julie Holway He prayeth best, who loveth best all things great and small; for the dear God who loveth us, He made and loveth all. Track 1; Concert Choir 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Procenium Circus 1,2,3,4; Class Sec. 3. Maureen Ann Hopke no. . . you don’t know me well. Every little thing; only time will tell. Swim 1,2,3, Capt. 4; Student Council 3,4; AFS 3; Yearbook 3,4; NHS 3,4; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4; Student Gov. Day 2. - Sheila A. Hopkins Sheiler Every deed and every relation¬ ship is surrounded by an atmo¬ sphere of silence. Friendship needs no words—it is solitude delivered from the anguish of loneliness. Good luck Jack. Workstudy 3; DE 4. Mark E. Home Jason You don’t know what you’ve got til you use it. EDBS: Ski Team 2,3,4; paint 3,4. Donna Horton . . . Doesn’t have a point of view knows not where he’s going to Isn’t he a bit like you and me? Mark Hunt Strong is he who rules himself, and I’m a workin on it. Ski Team 1,2,3; Junior Class Pres. 3; Soccer 4; Student Rep. to School Comm. 4; Teacher Aide 4. Joanne K. Ireland The yesterdays I cannot readom Or bygone years I never can relive; And future happenings are yet unborn, But now is ever here with much to give. Holly Ann Jenkins You get a nickel, I’ll get a dime, We’ll buy some wine, Be Feelin ’ Fine, We’ll be smokin’, jokin’, tokin’, and cokin’ We’re Outta Here! Cheer leading 2; Gymnastics 1,2; Work Study 3,4; Teacher Aide 1. — Karen Natalie Jones Ideals are like the stars; You will not succeed in touching them with your hands. But like the seafaring man on the deserts of waters, you choose them as your guide, and following them you will reach your destiny. National Honor Society 3,4; Intramurals 3,4; Interact 2. - Pamela M. Jones Pam May the road rise up to meet you, the wind be at your back, the sunshine warm upon your face, the rains fall softly upon your fields, and till we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of his hand. Mus. 1; Chid 2; S.C. 1,2; Peyton Place 3. Terrance Lewis Jones Terry I am tired of four walls and a ceiling; I have need of the grass. Marylou Joyce If it feels good, do it. Diana Lynn Kallio And the self same well from which your laughter rises was oftentimes filled with your tears. Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 2,3,4; Or¬ chestra 2,3,4; Madrigal 3,4; Pro¬ scenium Circus 2,3,4; Muscial 2,3,4. Gwen L. Kelley Wendy For yesterday is but a dream and tommorrow only a vision, but today well lived, makes yesterday a dream of happiness and every tommorrow a vision of hope. John Kiely “It is better to have not lived at all, then to have lived and not laughed. ” Elizabeth Jean Kirby Liz Laughter is not a bad beginning for a friendship, but it is by far the best ending. Feild Hockey 1,2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Teacher Aid 2; Ski Club 4. John Peter Kindred We are a long, black line striving for freedom, striving for fighting for an equal share. So be free and live a high like forever! Susan Alice Klemmer Su Veni, vidi, comperi; umquam excelsiore. Field Hockey 1,2; NHS 3,4; Latin Club 4. Maryanne Kress Youth has been a habit of mine for so long that it is hard to part with it. AFS 2,3 Vice-Pres. 4; Pom-Pom 2,3 Capt. 4; Erin 2,3,4; Terry 1,2,3,4; Steve 3,4. David M. Koonce Passions are likened best to floods and streams: The shallow murmur but the deep are dumb. Bill Kreidermacher Billy Jack “If I could have lived two day’s happier, I would have lived perfection. ” Football 1,2,3,4; Winter Track 3; Spring Track 2. C ' SOj-f •, V fou I " CL £)!cCc«.c{ Jane Elizabeth Kroon “Keep your face to the sunlight and you cannot see the shadow. ” Intramurals 2,3,4; Student Gov¬ ernment day 3,4; Workstudy 4. Cheryl M. Kuipers Kuips Don’t hurry — Don’t worry — And don’t forget to smell the flowers. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Softball 2; Football 4. Paul Kyzer Stephanie Anne Lahar Steffi Count these among your gifts . . . the friendly morning sky, the peaceful night, and all the colors, beauties, splendors of a living earth. Erin Lanigan In America, getting on in the world means getting out of the world we have known before. Basketball Dribbling; Marathon 3,4; AFS 2,3; President 4; Senior Class Play; Pom-Pom 2,3,4; Ski Club 2; Peppers 4. Crystal E. LaPoint Show me Thy ways, 0 Lord; Teach me Thy paths. Lead me in Thy Truth and teach me: For Thou Art the God of my salvation: On Thee do I wait All the day. Psalms 25:4-5 Jeanne Lanoue Beans Bonzo 1,2,3,4; Switzerland 2. Ron Laskowsky Ron At times high school seemed pretty bad, and it seemed like you could be doing so many things instead of it. But now I know I’m going to look back on it as a great time, and I’ll remember all the bad times and think of how good they were. Golf team 1,2,3,4; Football 1. Kathleen R. Letzeisen Kathy “Too often we enjoy the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought. ” AFS 2,3; Intramurals 3,4. Cynthia J. Loftus The butterfly will continue to hover over the field and the dewdrops will still glitter upon the grass when the pyramids of Egypt are leveled and the sky¬ scrapers of New York are no more. Joseph Luongo Martha Mann And the seasons go round and round And the painted ponies go up and down We ' re captive on a carosel of time. We can’t return We can only look behind where we came, and go round and round in the circle game. Laurie Elizabeth Machamer Chipmunk Free to be . . . you and me. Intramurals 1,2; Drill Team co- capt. 2; Pom Pom Girl 3, capt. 4; SHYG 1,2,3,4; Varsity Basket¬ ball; Cheerleading Sub. 4; Prom Committee 4; Love and Friend¬ ship 1,2,3,4. Marlin B. Marsh “WE ARE HEAL THY ONL Y TO THE EXTEND THAT OUR IDEAS ARE HUMANE " by K.V. If you don ' t understand, take two asprin and don ' t bother to call me in the morning. Joan Marie McAlister Joan To live as you please is easy, for there’s more ways than one, and the ways of this world are a blessing, For when you ’re dr earnin’ you owe this world nothin’ and your silence keeps it guessing. Debbra Ann McGrath Debbie “I have always known that at last I would take this road, but yesterday I did not know that it would be today. ” Tennis 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; ski Club 2,3,4; Teacher Aide 1; Yearbook 4. Edward Allen McKay, Jr. Allison Lee McKenney And if the times get rough Bein’ free might be enough To see us through the storm And keep our feelings warm Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Business Editor 3,4; NHS 3,4. Michael McNamara Mary E. Metcalf Hang on to your hopes my friend, an easy thing to say. If your hopes should pass away simply pretend that you can build them again. Look around, The grass is high, The fields are ripe, It’s the Springtime of my life. Joseph Mikenas Joy Miller Today is all we have. So live for the Best of it! Intramurals 1,2,3; Cheerlead¬ ing 4. David Ross Milton The Greatest Oak was once a little nut who held its ground. Football 1; Track 3,4; Ski Club 3,4. Gayle Ann Minor Gayle Riding on the tapestry of all there is to see So many ways and oh so many things Rejoicing in the differences, there’s no one just like me Yet as different as we are, we’re still the same. NHS 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,4; Chorus 1,2; Pep Club 1; Belita. Susan Mitchell Sue If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, we will meet with a success unexpected in common hours. George Moore It’s ( almost) over? Kim Ann Morrill Kim, Kam, George After all the tears we’ve spent How could we make Amends. So it’s one more round for experience And I’m on the road again. William H. Morris Bill This is totally stupid. So in¬ stead of writing something stupid, I won’t write anything at all. so there, smarty pants. Signed, Annonymos Skipping school, and girl watch¬ ing; 4 years of both. Cristina Morrison Cris If you can’t be a mountain, be a valley, If you can’t be a forest, be a tree. It doesn’t matter if you will try. Just be the best that you can be. NHS 3,4; C Choir 1,2,4; Gov’t Day 3,4; Swim Team 4. Marjorie Morrison Margie The time to be Happy is NOW The place to be Happy is HERE The way to be Happy is to make others Happy The way to make others Happy is to give of yourself; to love and to care. Art 1,2,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Musi¬ cal 1,2,3,4; Madrigal Choir 3,4; District Choir 3; NHS: YPC: YF. Harry Burton Morse Jr. Burt Good things come in small packages. . . Football 1; B-ball 1,2; Soccer 2,3,4; Spring Track 1,2,3,4; Class President 1,2,4; Stud. Gout. Day 2,3,4; Senior Class Play. Jayne Ellen Mulholland Cheerleading 1; Musical Pro¬ duction 2,3; Teacher Aide 3 4- John 3,4. Jeanne Caryl Mutty Beanie, Fred, Barbra Streisand Be on your way Maybe some day we will meet again Try not to cry Tears make me think how it might have been. We loved as strong as we could But love only got in our way. We took our time to be free There’s nothing much more to say but Be on your way. AFS 1,2,3,4; Pom Pom 1,2; Cap¬ tain 3; Cheerleading 4; Basket¬ ball Dribbling Marathon 3; Jim 2,3,4. Susan Marie Moser Sue To a young heart everything is fun. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 1; Teacher Aide 4; Prom Com¬ mittee. Karen Marie Mullin The mind is restless turbulent and unyielding. . . as difficult to subdue as the wind. Bhagavod—Gita SGA 1; Ski Club; Drill Team 2; Pom Pom 3,4; HL; Yearbook 3; Coeditor 4; Teacher Aide 2,3 ' NHS 3,4. Ed Murphy Nature never deceives us; it is always we who deceive ourselves. Football 1; Soccer 3,4; Tennis 2,3. Pamela Anne Musick Pam Hey tomorrow, where are you going, Do you have some room for me? Cause the day is falling The dawn is calling And I ll have a new day if he’ll have me. Girls’ Track 2,3,4; Ski Club 3,4; Teacher Aide 2; AFS 4. Pamela J. Myers v Pam You are you and I am I and if by chance we find each other, it s beautiful Lee Nadeau I never worry about the future; it comes soon enough. Rebecca Lynne Nelson Beck My life has been a tapestry of rich and royal hue—an ever¬ lasting vision of the everchanging view—a wondrous woven magic, in bits of blue and gold—a tapestry to feel and see, Im¬ possible to hold. Phyllis Nelson The light has broken Were gonna make it. Jim Newman A ' ' CP y V 0 ' V (-O Barbara Anne Norris Toots Sunshine on my shoulder, Toots my si Makes me happy. B-Ball 2,3,4; Swim 2,3,4; Tennis 1 , 2 ,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4. Gary Noke There is nothing in life to lose only to gain; so long as you don’t beat yourself. Football 1,2; Baseball 2,4. Gary Steven O’Clair Life would be Far more pleasant if you could make money First — then make it last. Freshman Football 1; Office 3,4. Cathy Ohlson Karen Ann Oliver Karen; K Happiness is not perfected until it is shared with others. Intermurals 2; Pom Pom 2,3,4; Track 1,2,4; Swim Team 4; Hockey Cheerleading 4; Football 4; California 5. John R. Olthoff Do not attempt to do a thing unless you’re sure of yourself; But do not relinquish it simply because someone else is not sure of you. Football 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4. Peter O’Neil To search is to have a goal; To find is to be free. Cross Country 1,2; Winter Track 1; Spring Track 1; Riflery 3,4. Jane Elizabeth Ordway No bird soars too high, if he soars with his won wings. Teacher Aide; Latin Club; Ski Club; Prom Committee. Cynthia L. Oldenburg Cindy Tomorrow See the things that never come Today. Cheerleading 2; Work Study 3,4. . A It Jill Faith O’Connell It is the marriage of the soul with nature, that makes the intellect fruitful, and gives birth to imagination. Henry David Thoreau Anne L. Orio Guinea Remember, my friend, that it is necessary, in order to reach the highest high to also reach the lowest low. Laugh and the world laughs with you. Proscenium Circus 1,2,3,4; Thes- bian Society 3,4; Ski Club 2,3. Shaun O’Rourke Lisa Mary Ormsby Lisa Count that day lost whose low descending sun views from thy hand no worthy action done. Teacher Aide 1,4; Intramurals 3,4; AFS 4. Marcia Jane Osborn Mash My gloom is but a shadow; be¬ hind it yet is the sunlight of music, for within anyone’s reach is his own joy. Band 1,2,3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 2,4; Band Officer 3,4; District 4. Deborah Lee Pacy Deb. Debbie I don’t want to Talk about it 1,2 Teacher Aide; 1,4 Theater; 4 Cope. Denise Carol Parkes Denise It is better to be wise, and not seem so, Than to seem wise, and not be so. Robert Fenton Patterson HI Bob What makes life hard is realizing your mistakes after they’re made. What makes it harder is when you realize how short life is. pole vault 1,2,3,4; T.M. 4. Mark Pell It is better to be idle, than to be busy doing nothing. Soccer 2; Baseball 2,3,4. Craig Curtis Perry We learn not the value of success without the realism of failure. Audio Visual 3,4; Prose. Circus 4; Weightlifting 1. Jon Loras Persson Abbott Hockey 2,3,4; assistant captain 4; Intramurals 1,2; Soccer 3; Cross Country Track 4; DIANE. Barbara Ann Peterson Time it was, and what a time it was, it was a time of innocence a time of confidences I have a photograph preserve your memory it ' s all that’s left you. Gail Phillips Happiness runs in a circular motion, Thought is like a little boat upon the sea All of our souls are deeper than you can see. You can do anything if you let yourself be. Everybody is a part of everything anyway You can do anything if you let yourself be. Theresa A. Pierre Terry Memories vague of half forgotten things, Not true nor false but sweet to think upon. Student Organizing Comm. 4; A.F.S. 3,4; Peppers 4; B-ball Marathon; class play 4; talent show; Powder Puff Football; John 3,4 . . . David Andrew Pinsky Man is the only creature that enslaves himself for the sake of freedom. Musical 1,2,3,4; Proscenium Cir¬ cus 2,3,4; NHS 3,4; I.T.S. 2,3,4; Madrigal Choir 3,4; Concert Choir 2,3,4. John William Plunkett Plunk An optimist claims we live in the best of all possible worlds and a pessimist fears this is true. Football 1,2 Trainer 4; Ski Team 3,4 Co-capt. 4; Spring Track 3,4; AK! Susan Jean Pope Sue, Susie I was born lost, I take no pleasure in being found. Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Russian Club 2,3,4;EGM0, YOU DUMB ZERO!!! NHS 3,4; I don’t get it!! SKIING! RFD 1. William L. Porter Bill ‘Each day announces it to - the following; each night repeats it to the next. No sound is heard, yet their voice goes out to all the world. ” Tennis 1,2,3,4; NHS 3,4; Ski Club Treas. 2,3,4; Ski Team 4; Band 1,2,3; AStage Band 3; Musical 3,4; GL Barbershop 3,4; YF; A. David Portyrata Mary Powers And in the end I will die laughing. . . But I will remember All the good things you were. And so I ask you please Can I help you find the peace and the star My crazed friends ? Robert Progen A Quitter never Wins A Winner never Quits. Winter Track 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4. Sue Quattrochi I ' ll catch the sun and never give it back again. I’ll catch the sun and keep it for my own. And in a world where no one understands, I’ll take my outstretched hand and offer it to anyone. Kim Quebec Love is a questing Spirit, Seeking where to find a human frame to live in A human heart to bind. Nursery School Food Service. Chris Reagan John David Refoy It is not so easy to fool little girls nowadays as it used to be. James Thurber Teacher Aide 4. James J. Reid Jason Take your time Think alot of what you ' ve got But remem ber tomorrow You may be here and your Dreams may not. Soccer 2,3,4; Basketball Mara¬ thon 3; AFS 4; Basketball A of 2. Kimberly Eileen Reidy Kim and it’s all over now, “Baby Blue” ‘ janzo ' ’ 2,3,4; Norway 3; (the sunshine of my life) acton centa, k-k-katie 2,3,4; “my” dylan 1 . . . ? excuse me . . . while I kiss the sky. Melanie G. Remmy My analyst told me that I was right out of my head. The way he described it, he said I’d be better dead than alive. I didn ' t listen to his jive I knew all along, that he was all wrong and I knew that he thought I was crazy, but I’m not. Oh nol. J ennifer Reynolds Jen The mind has a thousand eyes, And the heart but one; yet the light of a whole life dies, When loves is gone. Sumner Femald Richards HI Rick Much learning doth make thee mad. Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Winter Track 4; Skiing 3,4; Spring Track 1,4. Sheryl Ann Rhodes Dusty . . . and the good-bye makes the journey harder still. B-Ball 1,2,3,4; softball 1,2,3, co- capt. 4; Football 4; Student zouncil 4; Backboard 75 July 31, 74. Munich EMB — we ' ll show em! God Bless you Do. To the Fox”; I love u. Sheryl L. Richardson Rich And in a little while Our love will spread To you. Ain’t no matter who inside this world you know. There ll be some one who will love you just for who you are Really are.—Cat Jimmy—For all are one and one is all. Paul Robert Richter Roxbury We are not, We cannot be what our fathers were. AFS 1,2,3,4; Swim Team 3,4. Cheryl Lee Robbins Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful, We must carry it with us or we will find it not. Ralph Waldo Emerson Linda Susan Robbins And think not you can guide the course of Love, for Love, if it finds you worthy shall guide your course. Softball 2; Class Secretary 2; Yearbook 3,4; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4; Senior Talent Show; Senior Class Play. Jim Roche Cross-country 1,2,3,4; Winter Track 1; Spring Track 1,2; Ski Team 3,4; Rifle Team 2,3,4. John Roche Dawn Marie Rood very There are plenty of aquaintances in the world, but very few real friends. Pepper 4; B-Ball Marathon 4; Powder-Puff football 4; Class Play 4; Majorettes 2,3 co-capt. 4; senior organizing committee 4; Talent Show 4. Jan Rose I know that you believe you understand what you think I said, but I am not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant. Gymnastics 2,3; Volleyball 3; Majorettes 3, Head 4: Hockey Cheerleader 4; Class Play 4; Class secretary 4; Powder Puff football; organization committee 4; Nurd 4. Ronald Roulinavage Ron If it feels good, do it. It could be your last chance. Ariane Sains If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer, Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away. Karen Salminen Smile. . . and your road towards happiness will always be within your reach. Hockey cheerleading 3, Cocapt. 4; COPE 3,4; Prom Committee 4; Iceland 1,2,3; Doug 3,4. Robert Salt Bob John Joseph Salzmann Jr. John Even the knowledge of my own fallibility cannot keep me from making my own mistakes; only when I fall do I get up again . . . Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Winter Track 1,2,3, Tri Capt 4; Spring Track 1,2,3 Tri Capt 4. Diane Sandock After the rain . . . the Rainbow. Field Hockey 2,3, tricapt 4; Bas¬ ketball 2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3; NHS 3,4. Barbara Jean Sarno When the dream came I held my breath with my eyes closed. I went insane like a smoke ring day when the wind blows. Now I won’t be back ’til later on if I do come back at all. But you know me and I miss you now. Alan Robert Selling Al What is worth getting at all is worth getting well. Soccer 1,2,3,4; Winter Track 1,2, 3,4; Spring Track 1,2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4. Barbara Jean Sgobbo To leave is to die a little; To die is what we love. We leave behind a bit of ourselves Where ever we have been. AFS 2,3; Cheerleading: JV co- Capt. 2, Varsity 3, Capt. 4; Stu¬ dent Gov’t Day 2,3,4; NHS 3,4; Yearbook 4. Bonnie May Shepard Animals are such Agreeable friends — Asking no questions, Passing no criticism. Sally Anne Shuttle The secret of education lies in respecting the pupil. Ralph Waldo Emerson Andrea Simeone Karen: We had our share of the sun We had our days dipped in fun And we really gave it one heck of a try And when the laughter stops ringing A sun will have fallen from my sky. Peyton Place 3. Laura R. Skinger Skingy Fly pleasures, and they’ll follow you. Teacher Aide; Ski Club; Latin Club. John Marshall Slepetz Slep BEACH BOYS Sheryl Ann, Do Ya Wa — Nna Dance, Good Vibrations, Warmth of the Sun, Then I Kissed Her, I Can Hear Music Do It Again, Fun, Fun, Fun, WILD HONEY. yx7 . , Spring Track 2,3,4; Winter Track 3,4. Elizabeth Mercer Smillie Beth My reasons and my ways to keep on changing from day to day, And as I grow It becomes so clear Why I ' m here. Swim 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3; Softball 3; Ski Club 2,4. Bruce Andrew Smith Bruce “Accept instruction and not silver, knowledge rather than pure gold; for wisdom is better than red coral, no jewels can match her. ” Football 1; Spring Track 2,3,4; Winter Track 3,4; X-Country Mgr. 4; Band 3; N.H.S. 3,4; GHEES TELIJKE LIEDEKENS 3,4;. . . DAK! Charles E. Smith Jr. Cold hearted orb that rules the night; Removes the colors From our sight; Red is grey, and yellow white; and we decide which is right; and which is an Illusion —MODDY BLUES— David A. Smith Smitty Marcus Are you concerned about ap¬ proval for your deeds ? Be sure you know where you want it to come from. Football 1,2,3, Trainer 4; Winter Track 2,3,4; Spring Track 1,2,3,4. Dawn Eileen Smith Dawn “How long” she asks, “Sinceyou have heard the flapping wings of butterflies? When last did you forget yourself and smile at someone new? Have you for¬ gotten kitten fur and pockets full of flowers?” Karen Smith “There are no endings, only beginnings. ” Peyton Place — 3. Michael Smith Mike “There are those who make things happen, those who watch things happen, and those who wonder what happened. ” Baseball 2,3,4. Richard Ira Smith Rick To those with faith, no expla¬ nation is needed. To those with¬ out faith, no explanation is possible. Cross-country 1,2,3, capt 4 ' Winter track 1,2,3, capt l Spring Track 1,2,3, cant l N.H.S. 3,4. P ’ David Spann Carolyn Starr There are some good things in life that fall not away with the rest . . . And of all best things on earth, I hold that a faithful friend is the best. Eugene Spurr Jr. Gene For there can’t be good living where there is not good drinking. Barbara Steele Barbs And I look at all the people And I love the ones lean And I wonder if the dream will be Or be turned into SAND Paul Owen Steinhauer Paul, Bagel “Don’t try to be something you’re not. Be yourself. It’s the only thing you have left.’’ Band 1,2,3 Vice Pres. 4; Stage Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 4; Ski Club 2, President 3,4; Football Manager 3; Student Government Day 2,3,4. Richard Charles Stewart Stew To get maximum attention no¬ thing beats a good big mistake. Dave Stowell Dave Cope 3; Work Study 4. Karen Marie Studer Karen; Stu If all my dreams and wishes could come true, my life would not be so much different than it is now, here with you. Track 1,2,4; Swimming 1,2,3 co- capt. 4; Intermurals 1,2; Hockey cheerleading 3, capt. 4; Pom Pon 4; Football 4; California 5. Chris Sullivan Michael J. Sullivan Sully My foolish teachers taught me to read and write. Golf 3,4; Soccer 3. Patricia Ann Sullivan Patty And the faces of our friends, I see them smiling, as the fire glowing warm, keeps us safe against the storm, when the evenin’ comes. Cheryl Sweeney “RED”, (Sweens) Smile, God loves you. Maureen Sweeney Cheryl Ann Szidat Reasoned verse, some prose or rhyme lose themselves in other times; and waiting hopes cast silent spells that speak in clouded clues it can not be a part of me, for now it’s a part of you. H.R. Rep. 4; Work Study 4. Debra M. Tambling Deb by There s a spirit that guides me, a light that shines for me, my life is worth living I don’t need to see the end. Hockey—1,2,3; Inter murals —1,2,3; Ice Hockey—2. r — Susan J. Tannuzzo Sue Take me to tomorrow Take me there today Fve had my fill of sorrow and living this way Take me to tomorrow That’s where Td like to be The day after tomorrow is waiting for me. James Tatem David S. Taylor ScooferLI I am what I am, Thank God! Some people just don ' t under¬ stand! I say find yourself first, and then you ' ll do, find yourself first good to be no fool Alan C. Thomas You can’t cheat an honest man; Never give a sucker an even break; There’s one born every minute. W.C. Fields Guidance Aide, Nursery School Program 1; Driver’s Ed. Lauren Kay Thomblad Lauren The songs still are sung It was fun to be young But please don’t be sad where ’ere you are. Iam who I am. You are who you are. Homeroom Rep. 4; Work Study 4. Susan Evelyn Tomell Sue Life consists in penetrating the unknown and fashioning our actions in accord with the new knowledge thus acquired. Intrumurals 1,2,3; Basketball 2,3; Yearbook 3,4; Russian Club 2; Interact Club 1; Cope 3. Gale Ellen Tolman Boom-Boom If music be the food of love, Sing on, sing on, sing on. Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Mad¬ rigal Choir 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3,4; P.C. 2,3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4; District 2,3,4; All State 3; All Eastern 4. Susan Marie Towne Sue Everything has it’s beauty, but not everyone sees it. Guidance Aide, Nursery School Program 1; Driver’s Ed. Douglas E. Troy Dougo Hockey isn ' t everything; it ' s the only thing. Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Varsity Hockey 1,2,3,4; Spring Track 1,2. Todd N. Turner What amount of pain and suffering, with fiendish delight, has been extracted, from human beings, in the name of education. Laurie Tuttle A tree is time A leaf is life But the sky is love. Swimming 1,2,3; Teacher Aide 1. Scott D. Vanderhoff Hoffie “Happiness is knowing you have a friend. ” Elizabeth Vega Valerie Claire Vernau The wet ocean laps The wet sand, and . . . smiles. BLH John M. Vogt Cross Country 1; Winter Track 1,2,3; Spring Track 1,2,4; Rifle Team 1. John G. vonJess, Jr. Because here is always what was once there, I am on my way. And if given but one companion to share the joys and sorrows of the journey, I will be happy. For my life will have meaning. Daniel Gerard Vorce Dan If what you want to say is so vast and intimate that it cannot be put into words, keep it and live in content. Cross Country 1,2; Football 3,4; Winter Track 1,3,4; Spring Track 1,3,4; Intramurals 3,4. Michael Joseph Vorce Mike “The hardest thing to live down is time spent in living it up. ” Football 1,2,3,4; Intermurals 2, 3,4; Spring Track 1. Michael Walker David B. Warren Dave Ten years ago we had no problem with inflation and Watergate investigation. But look at today’s world of problems. When and where is it all going to end ? Alan Joseph Waters Jr. Al Wise men learn more from fools than fools do from wise men. Football 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3; Cope 4. Teresa Mary Welch Terry There’s so much left to know, and I’m on the road to find out. Steve Werst Band 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Ski Team 3; Elvis and Miss Fits 3. Brian Wesley mmi dark and deep, But I have promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep, and miles to go before I sleep. um m Robyn Whipple Boz “ Don’t fill your life with years, fill your years with life. ” Student Council 1; Yearbook 4; Cheerleading 2,3; Peyton Place 3. Patrick Robert Whelan Pat As the time draws near to go forth and discover for myself the honest measure of my worth, I look back and smile, for you have taught me the true meaning of my life. Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Spring Track 1,2,3; Leslie 4. Brian Whitacker David White Kathleen Susan White “Whitie” “Cradeling memories like a pre¬ cious stone, worthless to those that have given them, priceless to the holder. ” October 1, 73, May 29, 74 Gymnastics, Capt. 3; Cheer¬ leader 4. Susan Alma White In their first passion women love their lovers; in all the others they love love. Kathryn A. Widmaver Kathy The only way to have a friend, is to be one. Russian Club 2,3,4; Orchestra 1,3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4; Basketball Manager 2,3; Band 2,3,4; Chorus 1; Intramurals 1,2; Film Loop 3; Field Hockey 1. Neil Joseph Woodward “Woody ' Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Hebrews 11:1 Robert Wayne Wolfenden WOLF Sports has been my true education!! Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; co-captain 4; Basketball 2; Win¬ ter Track 3,4; Weightlifting 2,3,4; 3-Stoogers 1,2,3,4. Marie Anne Young Ree Smile and be happy, for happiness makes the world go round. Home Ec. 1; Intramurals 1,2,4. Martha Marie Young Martha The road goes ever on and on, Down from the door where it began. Now far ahead the road has gone, And I must follow if I can. Leslie Whittle Susan Lord Sue Karen Devick Liz Ackerman Dizzy When I look to the West, and my spirit is crying for leaving. Brian Coughlin No man is an island entire unto itself. Mary C. Devine Mary To communicate is to begin to understand. A.F.S.; New Zealand. Carol Liebfried Without music, this world would have been a mistake. Jon Mann Say something nice to everyone you meet today; it’ll drive them crazy. Mary Louise Vanaria Mare You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give. Ruth E. Mustoe A long road to nowhere; a party, a jam, I want to do something worth doing. Music is playing in my mind; I will strum along or shall I go on my own ? Must I turn the radio off to create something of myself ? Joseph W. Allen Ronald L. Christian Sarah Jane Carson Bruce James Carr David Comey Robert Delzell Garrett J. Foley Philip L. Garber Susan Gopoian Marc C. Hilberg Paul Hryniewich Charles Johnson Bruce W. Jones Mark A. Jenkins Bjorn Kapstad Lori Howe Andrew Harrison Liebfried Mike Lillie Marjorie Morrison Mark Munro Jonathan Keith McHenry Dick 0 ’Connor Ronald C. Sawyer Timothy Paul Spellman John Clement Stevens Dave Stowell Judith Elaine Towne Alexandra Susan Usher Tyler Ken Young Senior Class Officers Karen Alex Vice-Pres. Burt Morse Pres. Jan Rose Sec. Sue Pope Treas. Si? gpKlt Student Council Row 1 (1-r): J. Sanford, W. Quosig, M. Hopke , C. Phillips, M. Ryan, R. Bond, J. Falvey, N. Chick, C. Rhodes, K. Jones. Row 2: K. Kress, K. Daigle, M. Erkkinen, J. Cooney, B. Chambers, G. Fuller, R. Shack ford, M. Borowski, L. Gillespie, A. Caldwell, M. Hunt. National Honor Society Row 1 (1-r): M. Hopke, C. Browne, W. Bar- low, D. Koonce, W. Doskocil, J. Falvey, J. Benedett , K. Mullin, S. Grekula. Row 2 l-r): G. Minor, .J. Flynn, B. Sgobbo, D. Flannery, J. vonJess, R. Bond, W. Porter, B. Smith, G. Fuller, A. Selling, M. Erick- son, S. Pope, D. Sandock, C. Morrison. (Missing): H. Blanton, S. Cady, S. Daniels, S. Dams. M Devine, E. Dolan, C. Drozda, K. Esser E. Fortner, D. Hesch, K. Hil- berg K. -Jones, S. Klemmer, S. Lahar, C. A d y. c p nne y. M. Morrison, R. D Whb R J elS ° P- Pinsky ’ R Smith ’ D. White. Advisor, Ms. Colpak Kneeling (1-r): R. MacGregor, D. Warren, T. Spellman, G. 0 ’Clair, S. Cullinane, J. Kroon, G. Bourgeois, S. White, S. Connolly. Row 2: D. Watson, D. Comey, S. Kennedy, H. Jenkins, S. Shuttle, C. Szidat, L. Thorn- blad, G. Stokinger, D. Sto- well, K. Devick, G. Kelley, K. Smith, A. Simeone, D. Flannery, A. Botnick, A. Beckes. Row 3: D. Pacy, J. Evans, B. Braidman, R. Flemming, B. Heyner, 0. Neville, D. Shaefer, T. Corell, B. Kapstead, M. Jenkins, C. Joyce, C. Starr, C. Robbins, K. Morell, T. Towne, D. Har¬ rington, H. Sanisch, J. Ire¬ land, F. Foley, D. Dietz, P. Bowdoin, C. Mitrano. Ad¬ visor, Ms. O’Byrne. Work Study Teacher Aides Sitting (1-r ):L. Caldwell, H. Kirk, G. Camp¬ bell, D. Centauro, M. Hunt, R. Bachrach, J. Hatch, J. Krusso. Standing: J. Refoy, S. Goodrow, W. Barnwell, L. Shack- ford, P. Kyzer, D. Watson, C. Conkling. Advisor, Ms. Murphy. Row 1 (1-r): D. Taylor, A. Leoney, D. Ko- tell, S. Rhodes, L. Nadeau, B. Coughlin. Row 2: P. O’Neil, S. Biron, A. Waters, G. Hopkins, L. Friend, T. Coughlan, L. Hum¬ phries, H. Jenkins, D. Pacy, S. Kennedy, L. Joyce. Advisor, Mr. Duggan. A.F.S Row 1 (1-r): P. Richter, C. Phil¬ lips, D. Musick, E. Lanigan, T. Pierre, M. Kress, P. Musick, J. Mutty, M. Metcalf, L. Ormsby. Row 2: C. Lemere, J. Preston, S. Darlington, L. Joyal, L. Calle. Row 3: T. Tier, S. Hagen, C. Chaney, S. Noftle, D. Cochrane, J. Sanford, K. Sanderson, K. Hall, B. Imhoff, H. Barrett, K. Marks, L. Shackford, C. Ward, M. Morris, K. Borwn. Row 4: L. Ellis, L. Smith, J. Ceglowski, K. Tomkins, K. Kress, A. Sellings, K. Jones, J. Reid. Advisor: Ms. Hearn. ' • " .ww- : gKf I f ■ jLs jgu (1-r): K. Bennett, C. Pres¬ ley, R. Smith, S. Cum¬ mings, V. Murray. Miss¬ ing: B. Chiccolini, P. Comperchio, P. Gavin, R. Shackford, B. Tolley. Ski Club Row 1 (1-r): E. Howe, H. Kirk, C. Chaney, M. Dean, S. Brown, C. Conkling, L. Ellis, M. Dawson, J. Sanford, K. Hall. Row 2: C. Mott, A. Day, P. Stienhaur, T. Skinner, D. Milton, J. Hatch, R. Bachrach, K. Jones, R. Porter, J. Kelly, D. Parkes, G. Berg, N. Reeves, M. Bachrach. Row 3: K. Mullin, J. Meehan, J. Ordway, J. Hamilton, D. Grotheer, K. Autio, M. Hunt, B. Chambers, M. Malec, J. MacBride, K. Ger- hardt, M. Ryan, C. Davis, A. Roes- ler, P. Hoey. Row 4: L. Skinger, L. Ormsby, M. Byron, M. Carmen, J. Falvey, K. Powers, H. Blanton, J. Salzman, D. Molden, C. Herald, S. Hammond, C. Delory, B. Moody, S. Joyal. Row 5: C. Downey, J. Tatem, R. Bond, M. Morris, M. Mann, V. Humphreys. Advisor: Mr. Manopoli. Yearbook Staff Row 1 (1-r): A. Mac Kenny, J. Salzman, P. Comperchio, S. Boyden, K. Mullin, J. Dudziak, P. Sullivan, C. Lemere, L. Ellis. Row 2: B. Dolan, B. Smith, R. Bond, B. Hopke, M. Hopke, D. McGrath, C. Ward, L. Cochrane, S. Cochrane. Missing: D. Coch¬ rane, J. Flynn, C. Harunkiewicz, G. Phillips, B. SbobbOj S. Tor- nell. Advisors: Mrs. Starr and Miss Taschner. R. Mustoe, K. Hall, Mr. Snelson, J. Slepetz, A. Sains, L. Calle, R. Reid. Missing: C. Morrison, L. Shackford. O C D e Distributive Education R. Landeau, S. Gopoian, M. Remmy, G. Belliveau, S. Hop¬ kins, D. Fanning, P. Codyer, S. Vanderhoof. Advisor: Mr. Marion. Row 1 (1-r): J. Barringer, S. Lester, M. McLaughlin, T. Phillips, B. Rahaim, D. Marvin, H. Barrette. Row 2: K. Mullin, C. Reade, D. Gordon, M. Barry, Advisor: Mrs. Brilliante, S. Dunkle, J. Patterson, D. Wells, J. Becker, J. Santorelli. Row 1 (1-r): L. Head- lund, J. Benedet, S. Hammann, J. Hinds, S. Klemmer, J. Ord- way. Row 2: R. Bond, M. Andrews, Advisor: Mr. Gruskowski, L. Skinger, S. Hughes. French Club Row 1 (1-r): C. Morrison, L. Skinger, K Jones, S. Boyden, J. Desman, S. Ham mann, J. Ordway. Row 2: P. Downing, J Van Bosse, C. Garabedian, A. Ivanov, D Doskocil, W. Quosig, Advisor: Miss Pha neuf, D. Gregory, G. Contons, Advisor Mrs. Cullen, D. Grieman, G. Layton, S Hughes, K. Evans, N. Chick. Missing D. Cochrane, T. Hull. Russian Club Row 1 (1-r): C. Doyle, M. Gaudette, K. Bowen, L. Phillips, S. Tatem. Row 2: J. Dimace, K. Pope, A. Goldman, C. Secor, W. Bachman, Advisor: Miss Maymon. Row 3: J. Oskirko, F. Stewart, F. Raviola, M. Sinclair, B. Minor, S. Herskovitz. -o 3 O CO CO -si O Row 1 (1-r): P. Lidiak, M. Erickson, B. Minor, M. McNamara, V. Erickson. Row 2: D. Boothby, P. O’Connor, D. Foster, P. Pasik, J. McMahn. Advisor: Mr. Saarinen. Computer Club Row 1 (1-r): D. Portyrata, D. Froberg. Row 2: L.Veasey, D. Watson, R. Ullman, G. Hill, P. Lidiak, M. Erickson, J. New¬ man, M. Anderson, E. Nelson, C. Chaney. OrtPUTTO AT t Fqd ■a dti Madrigal Choir Row 1: C. Browne, J. Becker, D. Pinsky. Row 2: J. Holway, W. Barlow, K. Marks, D. Colvin, A. Gonzalez, M. Morrison, B. Im- hoff, G. Tolman, D. Kallio. Row 3: C. LaPointe, L. Hum¬ phries, B. Gonzalez, Mr. Weigel, R. Bond, C. Davis. Row 1: J. Becker, S. Ta- tem, C. Agule. Row 2: Mr. Morse, D. Marvin, M. McLaughlin, W. Wells, K. Ellis. Row 3: V. Cheever, K. Marks, S. Goodall, C. Laughlin, C. Chaney, S. Hughes, M. Gaudette, L. Gilbert. Concert Choir Row 1: J. O ' Leary, L. Hedlund, L. Holly, J. Holway, Mr. Morse, C. Mecewitz, K. Barnes, J. Bene- dett, M. Mahoney. Row 2: W. Barlow, B. Imhoff, H. Barrett, T. Grieman, J. Hamilton, C. Walker, A. Long, D. Colvin, B. Gonzalez, A. Gonzalez, D. Be¬ noit, C. Morrison. Row 3: M. Barry, M. Mahoney, K. Marks, S. Holway, C. Browne, D. Greg¬ ory, D. Pinsky, J. Becker, B. Brague, M. Devine, G. Tolman, D. Kallio. Row 4: M. Mann, D. Orio, C. LaPointe, A. Orio, M. Morris, L. Humphries, B. Wright, G. Crowell, G. Wid- mayer, C. Davis, D. Grieman, C- Nordstrom, M. J Nicholson, L. Stage Band Row 1: R. CarbCttt, M. Osborn, P. Steinhauer, J. ' Nicholson, L. Lowry, C. Downey, G. Tolman, B. Barlow, L. Nordstrom. Row 2: C. White, B. Stevenson, C. Agule, R. Evans, M. Landry, J. Green. Row 3: J. Fischer, S. Werst, Mr. Revelas, H. Kangas, J. Conoby, J. Tatem, D. Kohane, J. Golden, S. Everland, K. Ger- hardt, B. Doran, F. Row 1: K. Veazey, B. Stevenson. Row 2: D. McMillan, C. Presley, J. Benedette, J. Nadeau, A. Coughlin, E. Reeves, D. Nord¬ strom, B. Osborn, K. Daigle, K. Drozda. Row 3: C. Mecewitz, K. Reid, C. Cutbill, J. Santarelli, C. Dale, D. Sette, M. Borowski, A. Snook, M. Osborn, D. Kallio. Row 4: C. LaPointe, C. Agule, K. Widmayer, G. Tolman, J. Webb, P. Steinhauer, C. Kelly, D. Smith, C. Downey. Row 5: D. Lyons, J. Fischer, A. Ros- coe, B. MacKenzie, J. Tatem, Mr. Bartolomeo. e HO CO CD O Jo o Proscenium Row 1: Mr. Buswick, K. Barnes, D. Pinsky, B. Gonzalez, D. DeSimio, S. Darlington. Row 2: S. Lester, M. Devine, C. Browne, S. Dayton, B. Im- hoff, W. Barlow, C. Mitra- no, C. Dayton, A. Gon¬ zalez, A. Orio, M. Morris. Row 3: S. Tatem, K. Marks, A. Roscoe, S. Hill, D. Colvin, M. Barry, D. Grieman, M. Morbeck, D. Gordon, J. Benedette, C. Dale, D. Kallio, C. Perry, G. Tolman, J. Tremblay, C. Mecewitz, M. Gau- dette, A. Kelly. Row 4: J. Sanford, K. Hall, A. Brown, W. Quosig, G. Widmayer, B. Wright, J. Santarelli. Bike Club Seated: D. Blodgett, H. Hampke, Standing (1-r): C. Taber, J. Seated: D. Watson, P. Lidiak. Standing (1-r): C. Davis, J. Oskirko, D. Nicholson, J. Kreusen, D. Quadri, J. Kalms, L. Moretti. Doskocil, F. Stewart, J. Santarelli, B. Wright, Mr. Gilberti. 1st Row: J. Fitzpatric, J. Santarelli, M. Stutman, P. Johnson, S. Latualla, S tandin g: Mr. Gilberti, G. Perry, C. Davis, D. Gor¬ don, D. Parrel, P. Hill, D. Farnsworth, F. Stewart. cc • rO Row 1: L. Machamer. Row 2: K. Oliver, B. Fultz, K. Mullin, C. Crocker. Row 3: L. Tatem, C. Conkling, D. Cochrane, L. Ellis, K. Hall, J. Sanford. Missing: M. Kress, E. Lanagin, K. Studer. Row 1: G. Layton, S. Refoy, J. Rose: Head Majorette, K. Sander¬ son, L. Cochrane. Row 2: D. Kuipers, D. Rood, K. Stewart, C. Ger¬ hart. Missing: J. Dan- naker, C. Jones, T. Kiscelmos, K. Ryan. Program Row 1: C. Lemere, B. Imhoff, G. Lom¬ bardo, E. Etling, J. Hynes, B. Boyden, J. Murray. Row 2: L. Putnam, M. Chick, D. Musick, K. Morrill, K. Oliver, R. Allen, B. Sarno, L. Ormsby, S. Lord. Grade 9: S. Adams. M. Bachrach. R. Barlow, J. Bunting, J. Burnham, B. Carr, R. Casselbury, L. Clark, R. Colmer, C. Cutbill, L. Davis A. Deacon R Frnnc 9 urn S. Gatwood, T. Golden, J. Grekula, K. Hammann, S. Harris, E. Ivanov, T. Jaehnig, P. Kallio, K. Koeller, C. Krysienniel, M. Lemere C. Louehlin 9 I vnn PM 1 ' ’ ° n ’ R. Mitchell, J. Murphy, D. Myers, B. Perkins, M. Petrocci, S. Phillips, K. Pope, S. Portyrata, M. Pratt, B. Selling, A. Sgobbo, L. Sinclair, D. Smith M 9 mith T 9a lS °, n T a ‘ com - J. Wescott, D. White, D. Woodruff. Grade 10: ,4. Brown, W. Clary, L. Cohen, J. Conoby, R. Doran, M. Falvey, C. Garabedian. K. Gerhardt J. Greene M Hnnmrh ■J. Hillman, A. Ivanov, N. Jensen, M. Joyal, C. Kelley, D. Keohan, M. Landry, K. LaPorte, C. Mecewitz, J. Oskirko, M. Page, N. Rose, M. Smith B S teuensnn V v ™ ’ C. White. Grade 11: R. Anway, R. Barlow, J. Becker, J. Berlied, T. Cain, C. Davis, C. Hancock, K. Hess, D. Hillman, J. Jamison, H. Kangas L Lowr ' L Me M , v ! e uoo , Nadeau. J. Nicholson. K. Reid. K. VonJess. Grade 12: C. Agule, R. Carbutt, R. Cohen, C. Downey, J. Fischer, E. Fortner, J. Golden, D. Hesch R Hoele D KnUin j m d ■ M. Osborn, R. Salt. P. Steinhauer, S. Tannuzzo, J. Tatem, G. Tolman, S. Werst, K. Widmayer. Conductor: George Revelas. ’ ann ' ° Morris, VARSITY: Kneeling (1-r): S. Hilton, K. Hilberg, D. Sandock, K. Esser, D. Hesch. Standing: S. Pope, A. Viera, L. Gavin, D. Metcalf, M. Borowski, C. Makin, Coach — R. Titus. Newton—South 3-1 W Concord—Carlisle 2-1 W Bedford 0-2 L Wayland 1-2 L Weston 1-3 L Newton—South 0-4 L Lincoln—Sudbury 0-4 L Bedford 0-3 L Wayland 0-2 L Concord—Carlisle 2-4 L Weston 0-1 L Lincoln—Sudbury 1-3 L FIELD HOCKEY J.V., Kneeling: A. Sgobbo, R. Donnelly, S. Higgins, S. Bachrach, B. Broten, D. Myers, P. Vigliotti, E. Huebsch, J. Krusen. Standing: S. Spellman, P. Kennedy, J. Salzman, R. McQueen, J. Lynch, L. Ormsby, D. Salzman, M. Biron, M. Lampe, D. Dean, S. Vicoskus, Coach — R. Titus. J. V., Row 1 (1-r): D. Roy, J. O ' Donaghue, B. Regan, D. Worthley, B. Dixon, K. Daigle, B. Cronin, G. Forsmo, K. Hesch, A. Hennessey, D. Thompson. Row 2 (1-r): P. Sterndale, M. Quadri, M. Monter, A. Cash, C. Cullinane, C. Hancock, M. Marsh, T. Skinner, C. Kreidermacher, D. Kadison, K. Kil¬ patrick, Coach — M. Smith. Row 3 (1-r): J. Cooney, P. O ' Donaghue S. Dum- dey, K. Lanigan, R. Janson, D. Licari, J. Vorce, M. Finnimore, S. Herskivitz. Row 4 (1-r): T. Ferrara, M. Dupont, T. Barry, G. Thompson, B. Avril, D. Pinnell, R. Laite, S. Clerico, M. Delourey, B. McCalister, T. Leary. FOOTBALL Flying turf , Quick snaps , Spinning bullets, Crunching bodies . . . Just a game? FRESHMEN, Row 1 (1-r): P. Reed, S. Phillips, D. Rejesky, J. O ' Leary, F. Towne, B Saia, V. Scotis, J. Flannery, J. Danneker, T. Berrier , B. Forbush, T. Phillips, R. Sette, K. Mullin. Row 2 (1-r): G. Brown, W. Trafton, G. Minnich, J. Hamilton, J. Bunting, W. Kangas, B. Stanton, K. Page, J. Scammon, B. McBride, M. Kennedy, E. Karkane, T. Regan, R. Casslebury , M. Koonce. Row 3 (1-r): Coach— MeDermont, S. Hughes, P. Enman, T. Yokum, S. Fredrickan, J. Dudziak, D. Straubb, P. Vick, K. Flynn, B. Tornell, S. Snook, L. Clark, P Coughlin, K. Frank, S. Latvalla, B. Delzell, T. O ' Rourke, D. Herold, Coach-J . JSIa ib a — VARSITY, Row 1 (1-r): D. Vorce, J. Stevens, M. Vorce, B. Kreidermacher, R. Stewart, A. Waters, B. Progen, B. Wolfenden, J. Olthoff, L. Abare, D. White, T. Coughlin. Row 2: D. Worthley, C. Sheehan, M. Monter, J. Hancock, B. Regan, G. Oldenburg, B. Cronin, B. Dixon, K. Harrington, P. Casey, P. Licari, C. Cullinane, K. Hesch, D. Roy. Row 3: D. Smith, T. Skinner, T. Leary, C. Kreidermacher, T. Yelverton, J. ODonahughue, K. Daigle, M. Erkkinen, A. Cash, D. Thompson, K. Kilpatrick, A. Hennessey, D. Kadison, P. ODona¬ hughue, R. Letitson, T. Grieder, J. Plunkett. Acton 2- 6 Belmont L Acton 20- 13 Marlborough W Acton 12- 6 Concord-Carlisle 1 Acton 21- 8 Bedford W Acton 14- 2 Lincoln-Sudbury Acton 21- 8 Norwell W Acton 7- 12 Way land L Acton 20- 8 Newton-South W Acton 13- 0 Weston W Acton 17- 12 Maynard W Co-Champions of the Dual-County League VARSITY, Row 1 (1-r): D. Stockwell, A. Sellings, J. Falvey, B. Jones, D. Autio, B. Morse, L. Nadeau, M. Hunt. Row 2 (1-r): J. Reid, R. Brague, T. Murphy, M. Case, C. Hibbard, R. Wirtenson, D. Gavin, D. Centauro, D. Reid, Coach — D. Boylen. SOCCER Acton 1-3 Lincoln-Sudbury L Acton 1-2 Medfield L Acton 1-1 Hudson T Acton 0-2 Concord-Car lisle L Acton 1-3 Newton-South L Acton 0-1 Way land L Acton 2-3 Weston L Acton 0-1 Bedford L Acton 0-6 Lincoln-Sudbury L Acton 0-2 Newton-South L Acton 3-0 Westwood W Acton 1-2 Way land L§ Acton 0-2 Weston L Acton 1-4 Concord-Car lisle L Acton 0-1 Bedford L Acton 0-2 Westwood L 1 Win 1 Tie 14 Losses J.V. Row 1 (1-r): T. Bender, A. Ivanov, T. Roberts, R. Centauro, T. McGuiness, B. Grisley, S. Corrigan, B. Clary, D. Wood. Row 2 (1-r): B. Driscoll, J. Panetta, B.Hodess, P. Janson, T. Pogue, B. Brandon, P. Phillips, S. Morse. Row 3 (1-r): T. Tear, D. Gregory, G. Conton, B. Linton, J. Trotter, B. Miner, P. Roberts, Coach-Mr. Amandolia. FRESHMEN, Row 1 (1-r): D. Abrams, D. Centauro, P. Russel, S. Ward, S. Coughlin, B. Rikley , G. Berg, S. Evelyn, T. Whelan. Row 2 (1-r): M. Ring, C. Doyle, B. Hodess, M. Blankenchip, P. Hoey, P. Troy, D. Fisher, E. Smith, M. Smith, P. Wilson, B. Feltus. Row 3 (1-r): R. McCloud, R. Brague, B. Selling, E. Nelson, A. Deacon, E. Ivanov, K. McKay, T. Murphy, R. Grace, R. Bowel, D. Gavin. CROSS COUNTRY f Row 1 (1-r): J. Blanton, T. Weir, J. Gates, P. von Jess, D. Cuthbert, B. Baker, J. Hoover, P. Carbutt. Row 2: J. Campbell, S. Peterson, M. Bernstein, D. Smith, A. Coull, N. Anderson, M. Anderson, D. Weir, J. Robbins. Row 3: B. Smith (manager), J. von Jess, B. Doskocil, S. Richards, R. Bond, R. Smith (captain), J. Cooney, J. Salzmann, J. Coull, J. Roche, Coach Dow. 1st Meet Lincoln Sudbury 25-34 Wayland 23-28 Concord Carlisle 23-33 Bedford 15-45 Weston 22-34 Newton South 15-50 All League Meet Undefeated Dual-County Champions Division III Meet—2nd place All-State Meet — 4th place 11 GIRLS’ ICE HOCKEY l Row 1 (1-r): C. Drozda, R. Donnelly, G. Huebsch, B. Robbins, K. Drozda. Row 2 (1-r): L. Friend, K. Hilberg, A. Sgobbo, S. Hilton, D. Metcalf, M. Joyal, S. Caldwell. BOYS’ SWIMMING Row 1: G. Green, P. Wilson, B. Hodess, C. Doyle, P. Glennon, B. Walsh, S. Harris, J. Daneker, J. Tearny, J. Patterson. Row 2: D. Doskocil, B. Auril, J.D. Seatter, D. O’Grady, R. Hess, P. Phillips, T. Macllhaten, M. Quadri. Row 3: M. Gallant, P. Doyle, B. Hodess, B. Hopke, D. Worthley, M. Hagen, M. Jarvis. Leominsti WinchesU Medford Newton-South Brookline Weston Belmont Concord-Carlisle Gardner Lexingtol Arlington 126- 41 GIRL’S SWIMMING Row 1: E. Reichle, J. Van Bosse, M. Mahoney, B. Norris, K. Studer, M. Hopke, R. Whipple, K. Oliver, C. Morrison, B. Smilie, S. Volkman, J. Smith. Row 2: L. Hancock, P. Stanton, D. Setti, J. Waldron, C. Kirby, C. Gerhardt, D. Musick, F. MacLennan, D. Orio, A. Miller, S. Crane, K. Tiernan, L. Herskovitz, Coach Jenkins. Row 3: M. Avril, P. Smillie, L. Gilman, K. Daigle, M. Mahoney, C. Shuppert, C. Phillips. INDOOR TRACK Row 1 (1-r): J. Vogt, D. Vorce, D. Smith, J. Cooney, B. Smith, R. Bond (tri-capt.), R. Smith (tri-capt.), J. Salzmann (tri-capt.), B. Kreidermacher, A. Selling, B. Progen, D. Milton, M. Vorce. Row 2: J. Campbell, D. Thompson, T. Yokum, D. White, J. Flannagan, D. Pinnell, J. Shuttle, J. Harunkiewicz, B. Dixon, B. Cronin, T. Greider, M. Monter, M. Marsh, M. Erkinnen. Row 3: M. Anderson, C. Kr eider macher, N. Anderson, T. Scammon, D. Shuttle, P. Carbutt, D. Weir, P. 0 Donahue, D. Smith, J. Herskovitz, G. Contorts, D. Roy, T. Yelver- ton, B. Regan, Coach Dick Dow. Newtorm-South 8 I 2 j Matignon 62 Concord — Carlisle 48 Way land 47 Weston 52 Lincoln — Sudbury 48 V 2 . Bedford 63 Undefeated Dua l County Champs 117 HOME VISITORS Row 1: J. Olthoff, GeSfli Ge t, Bann iJ. Gilbert, B. Satt LrAl G. Oldenburg, E. Nelson, Hesch, BOY’S BASKETBALL Weston Newton-South Concord-Carlisle Wayland Lincoln-Sudbury Bedford Weston Newton-South Corcord-Carlisle Lowell Wayland Lincoln - Sudbury Bedford Weston Newton-South Concord-Carlisle Lowell Wayland Lincoln - Sudbury Bedford 49- 57L 70-64W 50- 64L 56- 54W 50- .75L 59-43W 57- 41W 35-73L 51- 49W 67-83L 51- 61L 49-63L 48-50L 46-53L 65-57W 48-62L 52- 64L 53- 64L 45-68L 60-57W Row 1: D. Hen Regan. Row 2: Bryant, C. Ben If ) ' j J ' l i 4° ■if 35J 119 VARSITY ICE HOCKEY: Row 1: J. Robbins, M. Costello, R. Parks, R. Roulinavage, D. Troy, J. Pearsson, D. Costello, R. Wirtenson, T. Penniman. Row 2: C. Hibbard, T. Hendricks, B. Feltus, S. Ward, J. Hoover, C. Cullinane, D. Litchfield, J. Coull, C. Reagan, K. Moore, Coach Peter Emery. Concord—Carlisle 3-3 tie Weston JH 6-4 W Westwood 2-2 tie Wayland 1-4 L Newton-South 9-7 W Bedford 2-1 W L inco In — Sud bury Concord — Carlisle 6-3 W 2-5 L Weston 11-1 W Westwood gpF 2-2 tie Wayland 3-0 W Newton—South 11-2 W BedfQrd : r 6-3 W Lincoln — Sudbury 7-4 W Concord — Carlisle 3-3 tie Weston 10-0 W Westwood 4-2 W Waylan r Newton—South 3-2 w 8-1 w Bedford 4-2 w Lincoln—Sudbury 6-1 w Dual County League Champs HOCKEY GIRL’S BASKETBALL “- " iL Row 1: Coach T.R. Kruger and Coach Rosemary Titus. Row 2: C. Rhodes, M. Haley, E. Bodtc ki y Peterson, A. Vierra, F. MacLennon, C. Harrington, D. Sandock, L. Gavin, B. Norris, D. Desimio, K T 1 Esser. i Way land Lincoln-Sudbury Bedford Weston Newton-South Concord-Carlisle Wayland Lincoln-Sudbury Bedford Weston Newton-South Concord-Carlisle 44-49 L 51-37 37-41 35-23 47- 26 67-33 48- 43 32-47 76-31 44-33 46-24 96-31 123 3333 t ' " 3333 t ' , 3 Row 1: Coach Robert Asquith. L-R: M. Case (co-captian), J. Plunkett (co-captain), Joy Salzman, A. Gallant, D. Dean, M. Home, E. Smith, K. McKay, C. Seward, M. Bachrach, W. Raftery, J. Burnham, M. Rood, K. Lanigan, R. Bessette, R. Grey, J. Kelly, P. Pierce, P. Hoey, D. Agule. Missing from Ski Team picture: L. Reeves, M. Richards, C. Taber, C. Makin, H. Hamke, D. Orio, L. Smith, L. Carbutt, C. Gerhardt, B. Smiley, C. Olson, N. Peterson, C. Abrams, D. Moulden, S. Eveland, M. Lee, B. Miner, L. White, J. Carlson, B. Burns, K. Jones, M. Jackson, B. Wespiser, B. Porter, C. Hamke, S. White, S. Werst, S. Richards, B. Braidman, J. Roche. GYMNASTICS Row 1 (1-r): C. McDonald, I. Kaalstad, M. Alex, D. Oldenburg, S. Gott. Row 2 (1-r): L. Smith, A. Poist, J. Mahar, K. Ryan, K. Tompkins, N. Houd. Row 3 (1-r): Coach Neistein, N. Guidiboni, M. Jones, L. DAgos- tine, W. Matheson, A. DAgostine. Row 4 (1-r): K. Smith, L. Schmidt, P. Bradley, L. Wirten- son, J. Sullivan, M. Cunningham. WBtSSSSSi RIFLE TEAM Coajtfi Gjra Swenpi . Mandif?, qo-cafij u D. WtUmmspn, r 1: S A ™ 1 inter. Iro] J Porter jM DodsonS Holbrook Wayland Braintree Malden Watertown Holbrook Wayland Braintree Malden Watertown 869-747 894-829 888-854 888-878 896-860 862-804 901-888 875-877 888-879 898-864 League Champions NRA Junior Sectional Championship—1st Place NRA Open Competition—3rd Place CHEERLEADERS J.V. BASKEfTBAiERSrl P. Plitt, M. Mahoney K. JBMseL A. Preston, A. Slept L. Hancock. |.j {; 0 ji;; III j ! || 1 1 ! m i: I 1 j | :|| ! Is JJf i ij ji y 1 JM H . .W 128 m ; : ' mm Mi mm :■ STUDENT LIFE AND HIGHLIGHTS HIGHLIGHTS Pep Rallies .. . Greaser Day, November 27, 1975.. . A.F.S. Student 1974-75 Luz Calle, From Ecuador NDRTHER5TERN BICENTENNIf Dr. Ferris Moses — Hypnotist October, 1975 . . . Junior Class Chocolate Drive November, 1974. . . Over $2400 was realized by the junior class chocolate drive. Of the 7800 bars sold in two weeks, Bob Hopke managed to single handedly sell 290, assuring him the $75 first prize for top salesman. John Becker and Charlie Bohl won second and third prizes of $50 and $35 respectively, John having sold 266 bars and Charlie 255. Powder F uff Football Game, December 1974. . . THE OMPETITIVE CLASS PLAYS 1974-75 Freshmen Infancy Sophomores Mr. Flanagan ' s Ocean Juniors Hands Across The Sea Seniors Sally And Sam Winner THE SENIOR CLASS Supermarket Sweepstakes . . . Photo by Peter Hill and Craig Perry Student Government Day p ' wfo6yayMcGWi Assembly — February 1975 The Senior Class Talent Show, March 1975 photo by Joy Sanford STUDENT LIFE photo by Lisa Smith Artwork by Keith McHenry Photo by Deb McGrath Photo by John Vogt Photo by Debbie McGrath Scurrying down the street One mature June day, I heard a tune. The beautiful, happy, continuing, tune of the merry-go-round. As I listened, f m e began to piece themselves together In my mind’s eye: A red balloon held tightly, by a little girl; (wondering) how it floats. (?) Popcorn and candied-apple smells, and that same little girl; (anticipating) The taste of popcorn and candied-apples. Rainbow-colored clowns, making jokes, out of the smiple mistakes, in (life). That little girl, (laughing), Seeing herself, in the clowns ’ doings POP!! (crying) The little girl runs, (somewhere); with a string, In her clutched hand. Then, she stops, smiles, (looks), at the string: (remembers), How the balloon did look. Now, each time she (sees) a string, she (remembers): Her red balloon, Popcorn and candied-apple smells, And rainbow-colored clowns. Just as when, She hears merry-go-round music, She thinks of those, (childhood) days. Not lost, but always, In her. . . (mind’s eye). Carolyn Harunkiewicz 139 GOOD LUCK—CLASS 75 Monument Federal Savings and Loan Association 201 Great Road, Acton, Massachusetts 01720, (617) 263-3132 w FOR FAST SERVICE CALL 263-0267 WET WILL HAVE IT READY FOR YOU Notar’s Package Store 391 Mass. Ave. Acton , Mass. 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Jackson Browne “These Days” 1967 COMPANION MUSIC OPEN WINDOW MUSIC All Rights Reserved Used by permission of WARNER BROS. MUSIC “THE WAY WE WERE. ” Alan and Marilyriyr Bergman. Columbia. 1974 Photo on Page 93 by Kathy Marks Photos on Page 105 by Jayne Mulholland Caricature on Page 18 by Debbie McGrath Seasons change with the scenery Weaving time in a tapestry Won ' t you stop and remember me? Paul Sim

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