Andover High School - Andanno Yearbook (Andover, MA)

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FOR REFERENCE Do Not Take From This Room MEMORIAL HALL LTORARY Andover, Massachusetts 475-6%0 ' 4 In this book, the yearbook staff has tried to capture expression, emotion and student involvement by using their literary and artistic talents. Right now, these school days may seem routine and coni ' ' ' ' ' " - ' fortunate we really are. At this point, when school is so mucj appreciate our close relationships with friends and teachers? We sincerely hope that in years to come, this year ' s book will smiles to our faces. As for those of us who are sentimental, may ' as a reminder of all these unforgetable times — lest we forge R A teacher is defined as one who educates, disci- plines, and instructs. The class of 1976 has chosen a man who has added meaning to this word for every one of us. This choice being Mr. William C. Drum- mond. Mr. Drummond ' s rare sense of humor, his generos- ity and his sincere kindness have earned him the respect and gratitude of the entire graduating class. A consultant, an advisor, and truly a dear friend — Mr. Drummond, we happily dedicate this 1976 year- book to you. 4 Dr. Kenneth Seifert Superintendent Dr. Harry Westcott Assistant Superintendent ADMINISTRATION Mr. Philip F. Wormwood Principal • t • Mr. Wilbur Hixon Assistant Principal Mr. Stephen C. Richardson Assistant Principal GUIDANCE rRED — MtCTlNG Tl? r- H00 ABL SEM VI PS DAYS NO INSTPUr. TO, -. L HEOULSTS TOTAL Sf.A LI ♦ ♦ ♦ 1.00 F 07 07 ALL AL HEQULSTS lb TOTAL ' ' .LA Mr. Robert B. Perry Aim High HIST uuO ' ' ss Isabelle M. Phelan L? 1.00 F 07 07 ALL 1.00 F OS 06 ALL 1.00 r o2 0 2 ALL 1.00 F 06 0 ALL 1.00 F 01 01 ALL c. Mr. William J. Igoei of0 Deeds Not Words HE(JUF.STS 121 TOTAL .SEA Li 1.00 F Ofe Of ALL 1.00 F nfl n . ALL l.UO F 0? 02 ALL 1 , nri F 07 07 ALL i.Ou F 03 0 5 ALL l.nn F 01 f!l »iLL 1.00 F 05 n5 ALL 1.00 F ()»♦ 04 ALL 1.00 F Of) ALL 1.00 F Ofc 06 ALL Mr. Winston Ryan 2 ' jO : 7.50 miss Wjl SOU 252 U510 MR WE:lSON 24tt C0 0 MH COLLINS Mrs. Marie Campobasso r Mrs. Hattie Hannigen Miss Christine A. Keffeler " .jjjs; Everything that goes around, comes around. I Mr. William Becker Department Head Debris of failure fills the tomb and the graves, the dust eats back its own, yet a vital current is still flowing! There is an evolution. We must think of it. Saul Bellow n A school that dwarfs its students will find that with small students no great thing can be accomplished. John W. Gardener Mr. Sylivio R. Turcotte Mr. Richard Evans j MOKiHnmics , , MOOlUNmTSIO Miss Kathleen Zaila Abeunt studia in mores. Mrs. Mary Pitochelli Mr. Peter Prince, Department Head Mrs. Maureen Bennani Mr. Roger Thurber Mrs. Dorothy Godowski 12 Miss Jo-Ann Samra Nowadays truth is the greatest ' Mrs. Marjorie E. O ' Dowd J i I K LEFT HA ' Mrs. Rosamond Bastable Department Head Mrs. Jeanne Danforth Mrs. Norma Tomlinson Mr. Fred Philips Department Head Mr. Claus O. Dengler Supplement academic learning with experience, and education will follow. 1 Mr. Charles Zettelmeyer He who destroys a good book kills reasons itself. niton «NMPi Mrs. Molly Ryden MEDIA ot OS Mr. David Robichaud Am I a " poor man ' s " Plato? A soft answer turneth away wrath: But a grievous word stirreth up anger — Prov- PI HISTORY DEPARTMENT Life need not be easy to be wonderful " Mr. Philip Nelson You can ' t respect yourself without first re- specting life. ART Ms. Ann-Bonnie Swartz Mrs. Kathleen D. Cook 17: Mr. James A. Murphy Mathematics Department Head " The work!! Where ' s the work!!! Mrs. Suellen Robinson Mr. Robert Lawson ' 2b or not 2b. That is the Question! ' i -0 Mr. Patsy Cambria Mr. William Vickers " Take fast hold of instruction; let her not go: Keep her; for she is thy life. " Proverbs 4:13 MATH DEPARTMENT Mr. William C. Drummond Mrs. Charlene Perron Mrs. Eileen Rogers " Education is like Chinese food, you can " Remember Johnny Appieseed ' s favorite never get enough of it. " course in high school ' Gee — I ' m-a-tree! " Mr. G. Arthur Danforth Department Head SCIENCE Mr. Robert T. King Learn as if you live forever, live as if you die tomorrow i-Ml Mr. Bill Deacon Mr. Aristotle C. Vurgaropulos Big books carry a lot of weight Mr. Alan West Mr. A! W. Cayot 20 Mrs. White Mrs. Skinner We know the cost of ever- ything and the value of noth ing Tomorrow begins today loth- H Mrs. Madeleine K. Simeone HOME ECONOMICS Miss Ruth E. Westcott HEALTH 411 Mrs. Priscilla Wall Mr. Albert E. Hoffman I N Da u R S T T S R I A L □ Mr. William McAllister Mr. Fred H. Baker Mr. Bradford Lawson Mr. Edwin W. Hawkes Department Head 24 FIRST ROW: Miss Westcott, Mrs. Lawson, Mr. Lake, Mrs. Eames. SECOND ROW: Mr. Thurber, Mr. McCusker, Mrs. Hannigan, Miss O ' Brien, Mrs. Goclowski. THIRD ROW: Mr. Lawson, Mr. Turcotte, Mrs. Ryden, Mr. King. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Nelson, Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Simeone, Mr. Danforth. 25 whether we are alone, buried deep in a book, or with our friends, discussing feelings and ideas. some kind of learning and awakening, will always take place. yourdogls nutritional needs. sufferers OUCANDO OF SPAM VegMl gets into more darned things It ' s enough to make you cry One nibble is never enough. TASTE-GREAT LEFTOVERS " I laughed when they set down the bowl of new, improved Gaines burgers! ' " A girl doesnt have to be flat- chested Getting Better It ' s getting better all the time, I used to get mad at my school, The teachers that taught me weren ' t cool. You ' re holding me down, turning me round. Filling me up with your rules. I ' ve got to admit it ' s getting better, A little better all the time . . . — the Beatles RECUEST FOR EARLY DISMISSAL Name: (last) (first) Address: Requested Dismissal Date: Tine Have you ever been convicted of a felony? Yes... No. Is either parent sought by the F.B.I.? Yes. ..No. Do you believe in capital oanishmen t f oj unexcused absences? % Do you own a hamster? Have you ever seen this man? Are you sure? (see chap. 7 sec. 14 for perjury penalties) Yes . . .No. Yes . . .No. Yes . . .No. Parent signature Guidance counselor signature Propaganda Minister signature Governor signature APPROVED REJECTED WE ' RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER first post office. 177B Knhtimt Sii ffdnce s tamed leddcr Napolcdn bonapdrte sipped tea here at the Rose Cottage before leaving tor Lexington s Hi ic lit-s one of our brave patri- itUeiifild.- ots who gave his life for our 8 ANDOVER HIGH SCHOOL Bettina Noel Anderson Cheryl L. Anderson Linda Jean Auchterlonie Jane Austin Tina Hardy, Lovelace A.I.B. 51 52 53 William A. Buzzett Billy Maureen E. Byrne Jeffrey G. Cadmus Jeff, Cad Lee Anne Carmichael Then said a teacher, speak to us of Teaching. And he said: No man can reveal to you aught but that which already lies half asleep in the dawning of your knowledge. The teacher who walks in the shadow of the temple, among his followers, gives not of his wisdom but rather leads you to the threshold of your own mind. The astronomer may speak to you of his understanding of space, but he cannot give you his understanding. James K. Carter Jim, Kidd William J. Carver Bill Jean Marie Canavan Cina Marie Catalano George B. Chapell Chapes John Richard Cheetham Lips Lisa B. Cheyette Susan J. Childs Brian K. Clark Barbara Jane Cleveland Cleve The musician may sing to you of the rhythm which is in all space, but he cannot give you the ear which arrests the rhythm nor the voice that echoes it. And he who is versed in the science of numbers can tell of the regions of weight and measure, but he cannot con- duct you thither. For the vision of one man lends not its wings to another man. And even as each one of you stands alone in God ' s knowl- edge, so must each one of you be alone in his knowledge of God and in his understanding of the earth. Kahiil Gibran Dana Stephen Cohen Dane Ann F. Cocuzzo Barbara A. Collins Barb Carolyn Louise Collins Debra A. Conca Debbie, Beet Carol A. Connor Carrot 55 Shelia J. Cox Michael A. Croke jo Dee Crompton Dale Richard Crosson Cromps, Croni 56 60 63 69 John Leeman Mary Jo Leonard Timothy S. LeRoy Margaret Levesque Rick, Zeke 70 71 Steven Mitton Horse Teresa L. Moranville Teri Janet E. Moreau Elliott E. Morehardt Llid A. Nocholson Beaver Maria J. Nicolosi Pal Charles L. Noel Chuck Kathleen M. Nolan Kathy William Patrick Norris Billy Glen R. Norton Robyn Lisa Nowell Ellen Jane O ' Connor El Carolyn Winn O ' Hara Winnie, C.O.W. Robin J. Otto Rocking, Robby Rob, Bird Michael O ' Brien O ' B David L. Packard Randall J. Page Randy Anne Marie Pailone 77 I I Laurie A. Pantaleo Thomas ]. Paradise Lynn Lorette Parker Susan Parker Loe — Raine And an astronomer said, Master, what of Time? And he answered: You would measure time the measureless and the immea- surable. You would adjust your conduct and even direct the course of your spirit according to hours and seasons. Of time you would make a stream upon whose bank you would sit and watch its flowing. Yet the timeless in you is aware of life ' s timelessness. And knows that yesterday is but today ' s memory and tomorrow is today ' s dream. John A. Parrotta Jean M. Patterson Mean Jean Brian J. Pattullo Nancy J. Peic Judith E. Pelrine Pamela A. Peltier Judy, Ag 78 Lisa Ann Pennick Roberta M. Perreault Michael J. Peters Mike, Pete Mary Lou Petersen Pete And that that which sings and contemplates in you is still dwelling within the bounds of that first moment which scattered the stars into space. Who among you does not feel that his power to love is boundless? And yet who does not feel that very love, though bound- less, encompassed within the centre of his being, and moving not from love thought to love thought, nor from love deeds to other love deeds? And is not time even as lo ve is, undivided and spaceless? But if in your thought you must measuretime into seasons, let each season encircle all the other seasons, And let today embrace the future with longing. Kahlil Gibran Richard J. Pettoroto Roger C. Pinkham Gary E. Powers Gwen Lee Putnam Lois Ann Radula 79 80 Gail H. Rogers Thomas W. Romano John S. Ronan Daniel H. Rosen Tom Brotha 81 Bukie, Squirrel Donna L. Walkup Dave C. Welber Steven R. Welsh Studo C. Allen Westcott V imp), Skip 90 Dave 91 all my life — though some have changed 100 101 all these places have their moments I know I ' ll often stop and think about them (OCDEC .ocome The Andover High School Girls Tennis Team can be quite proud of themselves for winning the Merrimack Valley League with a record of 8 wins 0 losses. Their tradition of winning has been carried on for 3 years, now, and we wish them the best of luck for another successful year. — - L The Andover High School Boys Tennis Team had a very impressive record of 10 wins and one loss, which qualified them for the state tournament. Although we are losing most of the team next year, we give the best of luck to Co-Capts. George Bragdon and Dwight Jacob- sen and the rest of the team for anothr exciting season. The 1975 Softball Team, coached by Patricia (Morin) Thomp- son, enjoyed an exciting season. Co-Captains Mary Jo McLar- ney and Cindy Romano led the team in drive and spirit throughout the whole season. Besides playng softbali, the team held a car wash in the spring; it also went to the beach over the Memorial Day weekend. All in all, it was a pretty good season for the softbali team of 1975. Good luck to next year ' s team. ' IT 1 The 1975 AHS Spring Track Team concluded its season with a record of 10-0-0, Merri- mack Valley League Champs, Andover Booster, and 2nd in the state class meet. Captains D. Pratt, R. St. Louis, j. Wotj- kun, and T. J. Stamas. We wish the best of luck to next years team. I 116 SWIM TEAM FIELD HOCKEY what did she mean by that? Honest, I really didn ' t see it Although the A.W.C. (attack with confi- dence) record didn ' t show it, the A.H.S. Varsity ( " rowdie " ) Field Hockey Team had a " snap, crackle, and pop it into the goal " great season! The team, coached by Mrs. Normile and led by co-captains Kathy Conroy and (we hate) Laura lacobo, was number one in spirit and effort. Overcom- ing mud in Methuen, to say nothing of the countless broken sticks throughout the season, the " Go bananas " team managed to " push, lunge, and scoop " its way to a few select victories. Congratulations to the J.V. Field Hockey Team and coach, Mrs. Robinson, for their undefeated season. Good luck to next year ' s team and tri-cap- tains Chris Annick, Carol Conroy and Ei- leen Sullivan. Saved again by " Great Goalie ' One, two, three, four So, she said Is It really worth it? Although they lost last year ' s key players, the Soccer Team won a considerable amount of games and completed their season with a record of 5-5-6. Led by Tri-Captains Bruce Dow, Tim Dewhurst and Bill Emmert, the team showed a lot of effort and came up with some surprising wins. Again, many star players will be graduating. We hope next year ' s team performs as impressively as those in past years. L. TO R. Joe Pasquale, coach Bob Lawson, John Parrotta The Golf Team finished second last year in the Merrimack Valley league with an impressive record of 19-3 overall. This year ' s captains, John Parrotta and Joe Pa«;quale gave fine individual performances. Parrotta won the Merrimack Valley League Championship and Pasquale finished fifth in the State Schoolboy Tourney. Parrotta and Pasquale were also voted to the league ' s All-Star Team. t -4 -A Ilk A new team has been added to Andover High School this year as we launched a Girls ' Cross Country Team. The girls worked extremely hard, while having a good time. Although it was a small team, con- sisting of only five members, it was a start of something new at the high school and will hopefully continue to attract more members in the years to come. The team included; Kim Leeman, Betsy Eccles, Maggie Meyers, Mimi Bernardin and Karen Hunter That golden catch Go Gettum ' Coach Collins ' Recipe For A " Super Bowl " Team: 1 group of outstanding defense 1 dozen offensive men 2 ail-around quarterbacks Mix them all together. Work until satisfied, You ' ve now got another Andover High Golden Warrior Football Team! Mighty Henderson strikes again No way you get by me! The thrill of victory 125 GOLDEN WARRIORS The Hockey Team improved their record this season to 8-9-1. With Captain Mark Farnham and Assis- tants Dale Crossan and John Fa- biani, the team worked together to produce some exciting games. The team owes much of it ' s suc- cess to their new coaches Mr. An- derson and Mr. King, who gave them the extra push they needed to make this a good season. INDOOR TRRCK ■ 4., . Once again, the Indoor Track Team had outstanding performances by the entire team this season. Led by Tri-Captains Jamie Meyers, Dave Emberly and Mitch Sawaya, the team ran on to win the Dual Meet and the Northern Area Meet. This year was a first, as girls were allowed to become part of the team, helping out in many different ways. With a lot of potential runners in the upcoming grades, we hope future teams wi display as much talent as in this year. II t | The Basketball Team has proven that height is not always what is needed as they lead the league with 10 wins. Although they have a strong starting line, the bench has added the spark that has been crucially needed to win. Led by Co-Captains Chuck Noel and Glenn Verrette, the team came out on top with many surprising and well earned victories. ODE TO GIRLS ' BASKETBALL We have a perfect record of 0-9. Which puts us right at the bottom of the line. But there are some things at which we are the best. We scratch, we claw and bite, Far better than the rest. We may not be winners But we aren ' t always losers. We ' re not proud of our record. But beggars can ' t be chosers. BASKETBALL 135 The Gymnastics Team was undefeated in league competition for the second year in a row. Led by Coaches Jack Gleason and Joe Tisbert, and Tri-Captains Dave Miri- sola, Dan Sirois and Doug Spencer, the team showed vast improvement in many areas. They should be proud of the fact that they scored a high of 102.4 points against Burlington, one of the top teams in the state. Several team members will be returning next year and we hope they can keep up the current winning streak. BOYS ' GYMNASIICS This years girls ' gymnastics team should be commended on their hard work, team spirit and their improvement consid- ering the loss of many former team members of last year. We hope that next years ' team will benefit from their experience. Thanks to Coaches Lawson and Sullivan and Captain Sue Childs for putting together such a great team. y mna sties SKI TEAM The Ski Team became a varsity sport this year and proved that they deserved it, as they remain undefeated. It has become a much more popular sport than in previous years and has at- tracted a lot of new members who have potential as great skiers. Martha Reid, Neil Faigel and Doug Roberts have proven to be the top scorers this season, but it is the contributions from the entire team that makes them successful. Congratula- tions to the team for a great season. UmSKCJCASSMSJ TO REACH A POINT THAT ' IN BETWEEN A STAGE THAT IS UNCERTAIN, IS TO REACH A CRUCIAL CONFLICT; WHETHER WE SHOULD LIFT THE CURTAIN WE SEE OUR FRIENDS AND BROTHERS PUT ASIDE A LIFE WE SHARED. WILL IT BE ASKED OF US ONE DAY TO DO WHAT THEY HAVE DARED? FOR THEM TO CATCH A GLIMPSE OF US, IS TO LOOK BACK IN REFLECTION. THE ILLUSION SOMEHOW DISAPPEARS, THEY ' VE TURNED FROM OUR DIRECTION AND WHAT OF US, TO COMPREHEND THAT THOUGH WE ARE PROTECTED FROM DECISIONS THAT WILL CHANGE OUR LIVES, SOON WE WILL BE AFFECTED. HOW WONDERFUL AND YET HOW SAD, TO THINK WE ' RE ON OUR WAY TO AN ALL NEW LIFE THAT ' S CLOSE AT HAND; ERASING OUR TODAY INTERNSHIP 151 w w% w « U ' da 710 . . . . ux iidttum (ad lib due (a 21 . . gitato. . . . Ha Mar era , . strict time j TcLj T»uih instruments Restless, with agitation Id the stvle of a March sag e It iinginj l iti A finishing movement With Largo Leg riroaa aua siuw . . Smoothly, the f Qf o r» r» 51 f ir Obbligato . Ottava (Sua) Pauae { Z Per Pes Poen n mnpn . )derate . Muc . Gra . Mo . To be played an octave higher . Tne sign indicating pause or finisl og away gradually ily;with f ure tly iu A fTf " 5| i •» 1 1 irr VinT f4 tr 3 1975 Thorkil Tottrup — Denmark " People in a rush! " " Hi! How are you? " " Good! " " Yeah! " " Well, when I first came here I was sort of sur- prised how much speed people have here. The society in general is not that different from the Danish. Anyhow I have enjoyed my year here and I hope the next AFSer will have fun too! " Last summer Maureen Gannon went to India un- der the auspices of the AFS program. " India is a fascinating country: a country of con- trasts, of exotic cultures, of ancient superstitions, of warm and friendly people. My experiences in India have made me aware of the problems of developing nations. The most educational and enjoyable months of my life were spent there. " Senior Class Officers Pres. Carolyn Collins Vice-Pres. Tim Shea Sec.-Tres. Teri Moranville Sophomore Class Officers Pres. Tom Flannery Vice-Pres. Mary Moynihan Sec.-Tres. Ronna Ponty STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL This year, the Student Advisory Council became even more involved with the School Committee by holding a non-voting seat at the School Committee meetings. SAC organized dances and other school activities. SAC also advised the School Committee on overcrowded conditions and other student-related issues. SAC members were: Bill Alexander, Chairman and Ginger Eaton. Juniors were: Ralph Higgs, Susan Larochelle and Matt Mirisola. Jane Allen was the Regional Advisory Council Representative to the State Board of Education. Her alternate was Jim Rush, who was also a member of the State Advisory Council. Jane and Jim worked along with other students in the state on developing new student rights laws, as well as implementing present laws which affect students. GREATER LAWRENCE ASSOCIATION OF STUDENT GOVERNMENTS G.L.A.S.G. is a student organization that in- volves ten area schools. Started just last year, the association has organized activities, pro- moted better understanding between schools, and has worked with individual Stu- dent Councils. Each school has two representatives. An- dover High ' s representatives were Cheryl Fogarty and Susan Larochelle. Ginger Eaton was the President of G.L.A.S.G. G.L.A.S.G. has only been in existence for one year. Next year they hope to expand, and sponsor more activities for the Greater Law- rence Area. The Andover ABC program is designed for academic and human development. The program brings positively motivated students from urban areas into its community for a better education. We are here to matriculate into universities so we can become the next leaders of the world. We all share one thought and that ' s to better the lives of our people. On behalf of the Senior Class of Andover ABC " 1976 " , " We Thank You. " Ralph Doughty Jr. " 1976 " CONFLICT SIMULATION MATH CLUB 165 J DRAMA CLUB 00 GANG CHOWDER CLUB ABUGOV, DANIEL 18 Sherbourne St. " Let the children use it Let the children prove it And all the children do get high " . ACTON, ANNE 107 Greenwood Rd. Ski team 2,3,4; field Hockey 2,3,4; Chorale 2,3; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Cho- rale 2,3; National Honor So- ciety 3,4; Yearbook 4. ALEXANDER, WILLIAM 127 Argilla Rd. " Saw the lights on so I thought we ' d come on down " . Football 2,3; Capt. 4; Bas- ketbal 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Student Advisory 3, Chair- man 4; OO — Gang 3,4. ALLEN, JANE 199 Greenwood Rd. Sec-Treas. 2; Regional Ad- visory Council Representa- tive 3,4; Student Advisory Council 3,4; Spring Track 2; OO — Gang 3,4. ALLEN, MARGARET 3 Hansom Rd. Gymnastics 2; Basketball 3; Volleyball 2; Track 2. AMEY, DARRYL 134 Main St. " Life is like a roller coaster, it has its ups and downs. But whatever you do, stay on the right track " . Cross Country 3; Newcom- ers Club 2; WAHS 2,3. ANDERSON, BETTINA 19 Karlton Circle " Don ' t let the sun go down on us. " Horsemanship 2,3; Swim Team 2; Homecoming 2. ANDERSON, CHERYL 4 Dufton Rd. ARNOLD, JOHN 4 Sweetbriar Lane ATHANAS, PAULA 2 Tanglewood Way " No man must stand alone with hands held out before him. Reach out and take them in yours, with love that endures forever- more. " AUCHTERLONIE, LINDA 75 Red Spring Rd. " Well I ' ve been happy late- ly thinkin ' about the good things to come. And I believe it could be somethin ' good has begun. Ski Team 2,3,4, Co-Capt. 3,4; Swim Team 4; A Ca- pella 2 AUCHTERLONIE, PETER AUMAIS, PETER 10 Washington Ave. Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Prom Comm. 3; Homeroom Rep. 4. AUSTIN, JANE 192 High Plain Rd. " Today 1 have grown taller from walking with the trees. " Photography Club 3,4; Outing Club 3,4; AZNOIAN, HAROLD 216 Greenwood Rd. BS BALDWIN, MELISSA 5 Prides Cir. South " The things which are im- possible with men are pos- sible with God. " A Capella 4; Pep Club 4; Outing Club 3,4; Student Guidance Comm. 4; Horse- manship Club 3. BARLOW, CAROL 46 Hidden Rd. " What you would seem to be, be really " . A Capella 3,4; International Club 2; Intramural Track 2; Yearbook 4; Girl ' s Intramu- ral Soccer 2. BARNEY, STEVEN M. 6 Dartmouth Rd. " I never let my schooling get in the way of my educa- tion. " — Mark Twain Band 2,3,4; Dramatics 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Capt. Varsity Sailing 2,3,4; Benvinettes 3,4. BARRY, PAUL 76 Morton St. Basketball 2,3,4. BARTHOLDI, LIZETTE 4 Agawam Lane. BARTOSHEVICH, SANDRA L. 138 High Plain Rd. BATESON, LAURIE E. Ill Argilla Rd. " Don ' t walk ahead I may not follow; Don ' t walk be- hind I may not lead; Just walk beside me and be my friend. " Yearbook 2; Pep Club 2; Homecoming 3. BAYLISS, FRANCIS 35 Washington Ave. BELLOIR, WAYNE 5 Smithshire Est. BENVIN, JOHN 15 Will O ' Way " If a man does not keep pace with his companions perhaps it is because he is paralyzed. " Rhinehart Penmanship Club 2,3,4; Hieroglyphics Club 3,4; Golden Quill Club 4. BERRY, AUGUSTINE P. 204 No. Main St. BERRY, DEBRA A. 204 No. Main St. Colorguard 2,3. BILLINGS, DANIEL G. and exchange r, rep eiuD 2,3,4; cheerleading 2; Homecoming 3. BOWAN, JAMES 14 Riverina Rd. BOZEN, PAUL M. 290 Lowell St. " You can ' t get high when you ' re tied to the ground " — Alan Decarlo BRAGDON, GEORGE H. 175 Lowell St. 4 1 Tennis 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Band 2,3,4; Newspa- per 3,4; Ping-pong Club 3,4. BRANDT, ROBIN L. 9 Glen Meadow Rd. " Be who you must, it ' s all part of the plan. " Drama Workshop 2; Crafts- mans Guild 3; Yearbook 4. BRENNAN WILLIAM M. 12 Carmel Rd. Baseball 2,3,4. BRIDEAU, SUZANNE J. 50 Ballardvale Rd. " For there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so " — Hamlet. A Capella Choir 2,3; Junior Class Presi dent; Drama Chjb 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Capt. Benvinettes 3,4. BRIGGS, JOSEPH E. 40 Beacon St. BRONSON, DAVID M. 35 Juniper Rd. " Shut up, you skeptic! " BROTZ, JOSEPH H. 236 River Rd. Cross Country 3,4. BRUNER, WILLIAM T. 28 Rocky Hill Rd. " An education doesn ' t al- ways teach one what to do, but if a person is smart, it will give him some hints as to how to undo what he should not have done. " Assistant Football Trainer 4; School Newspaper 3. BUCK, BARRY 72 Haverhill St. National Honor Society 3,4; Pres. of National Honor So- ciety 4; Humanities Club 3; Ski Team 3,4; Yearbook 4. BUCK, PAUL E. 8 Summer St. BURKE, ANDREA 138 Jenkins Rd. " We women don ' t care about getting our pictures on money as long as we can get our hands on it " . BURNS, ANDREW R. 85 Central St. Stage Band 2,3; Swim Club 2; Band 2,3,4. BURNS, TERESA K. 56 Wildwood Rd. " Honley Two Bretts! " Yearbook 4; Madrigals 3,4; Homecoming 2,3,4; A Ca- pella Choir 2,3,4; OO — Gang 3,4. BUZZETT, WILLIAM A. 6 Deerberry Lane Cross Country 3,4; Winter Track 3,4; Spring Track 3,4; Yearbook 4. BYRNE, MAUREEN E. 37 West Parish Drive " There are two ways to spread light: to be the can- dle, or the mirror that re- flects it. " Girls Basketball 2; Volley- ball 3; Girls Track 2,4; Ski Team 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Student Guidance Com- mittee 2,3,4; Prom Com- mittee 3. CADMUS, JEFFREY G. 96 Ballardvale Rd. Cross Country 2,3,4; Win- ter Track 2,3,4; Spring Track 2,3,4; Yearbook 4. CANAVAN JEAN M. 24 Wildwood Rd. " For those who look for a brighter tommorow and find no joy in today, have missed the joys of living somewhere along the way. " CANUEL, DIANE J. 76 Essex St. CARMICHAEL, LEE-ANNE 59 Whittier St. " The ennobling difference between one man and an- other is that one feels more than another. " — John Ruskin Silversmith Club 2; Outing Club 2. CARTER, JAMES K. 2 Summer St. " Keep Smiling! " CARVER, WILUAM J. 21 Washington Ave. Football 2,3,4; Winter Track 4; Spring track 3,4. CASCINO, SUSAN 5 Hackney Circle Volleyball 3; Tennis 3. CATALANO, GINA M. 29 Sutherland St. " Never say die, up man and try. " Ski Team 4; Representitive 4; Yearbook 4. CHAPELL GEORGE 22 Stinson Rd. CHEETHAM, JOHN R. 23 Dufton Rd. Gymnastics 2,3,4; Better Community 2,3. CHEYETTE, LISA B. 4 College Circle Drama C ub 2,3,4; A Ca- pella Choir 2,3; Yearbook 4; Homeroom Representitive 3; Benvinettes 3,4. CHILDS, SUSAN J. 41 Porter Rd. Field Hockey 2,3; Girls Gymnastics 2,3,4; Girls Track 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook 4. CHRISTOPHER, DANIEL E. 80 Lovejoy Rd. Track 2. CLARK, BRIAN K. 21 Corbett St. CLEVELAND, BARBARA 130 Holt Rd. " There are no heights too great to dream of " . Yearbook 2,3,4; Photo Club 2,3,4; Homeroom Rep. COCUZZO, ANN K. 5 Danforth Circle " To make a friend, you have to be one " COHEN, DANA 5 William St. " A person who tries to be friendly with everybody cannot be a true friend. " Acapella Choir 2,3,4; Mad- rigals, 2,3,4; Concert, Marching Band 2,3,4; Varsi- ty Tennis 2,3,4; Basketball 2. CLINT, TIMOTHY 6 Samos Lane COLLINS, BARBARA 97 Wild Rose Dr. " Lose your dreams and you will lose your mind. " Acapella Choir 3, Girl ' s Track, 2, Choral, 2, Red Cross Rep. 2. COLLINS, CAROLYN 5 Launching Road " You give but little when you give of your posses- sions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give. " Cheerleader, 2,3, Captain 4; Track 2,3,4; S.A.C. 3, Sen- ior President 4, Homecom- ing, 4. CONCA, DEBRA 104 Lowell St. " To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven. " Pep Club 2,3; Homecoming 4, Humanities Club 3. - CONNOR, CAROL 112 Argilla Rd. " One does not fall into love, one grows into love and love grows in him. " CONNOR, WILLIAM 9 Harding St. Winter Track 2. CONRY, KATHLEEN 82 Holt Rd. 171 J.V. Field Hockey 2, Varsity Field Hockey, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Softball 2,3,4; Softball 2,3,4; Prep Club 3. COOMBES, WENDY 110 Cross St. Basketball 2,3,4; Varsity 3,4; Volleyball 4, Ski Team 2, Colorguard 4. COOPER, SCOTT 7 Turner Circle " In the scope of life, most things are uriimportant. " Band 2,3,4. COSTER, PAUL 31 Wolcott Ave. " If the Lord had intended us to smoke pot, he wouldn ' t have given us Booze. " COUGHLIN, PATRICIA 52 Wild Rose Dr. Math League 4, Yearbook 4, Prep Club, 3. COX, SHEILA 7 York St. Chorale 2,3. Homecoming 4, Yearbook, 4. Liberty Bell Dancer, 3. CROKE, MICHAEL 3 Church St. CROMPTON, JO-DEE 66 Whittier St. Pep Club, 3, Yearbook Comm. 4, International Club, 2. CRONIN, KEVIN CROSSAN, DALE 8 Sequoia Lane Football 2, Hockey 2,3,4. CRUSH, TIMOTHY 8 Mathews St. Basketball, 2,3,4; Football, 2,3,4; Track 3,4; Newspa- per, 3, Homeroom Rep. 4. CUSHING, JERRY 11 Crescent Dr. Football, 2, Hockey 2,3,4. CUSHING, RUSSELL 22 Arthur Rd. " File yourself. " 172 CUTITCCHIA, JAMES 127 Greenwood Rd. CZAPINSKI, JOHN 7 Meadowbrook Dr. DD DANA, KEITH 12 Abbott Bridge Dr. Ski Team 2,3,4; soccer 3,4; Newcomers Club, 2; Tutor- ing, 3. DANG, MINH-HA 45 High St. DARLING, SANDRA 9 Mayflower Dr. DEACON, MARK 241 Andover St. A.F.S., Photography Club. DEARBORN, RICHARD 109 Elm St. DECONSATNT, MARK 6 Carriage Hill Rd. DEMERS, KEVIN 7 Chapman Ave. DENONCOURT, WILLIAM 11 Marion Ave. Photography Club. DEQUATTRO, DONNA 17 Lincoln Circle " A scattering of clouds in the sky is just a prelude to the grand opening of the sun. " Acappella 3,4; Track 2, Li- berty Bell Dancers 2,3; Chorale, 2. DESCHENES, RICHARD 14 Boston Rd. DEWHURST, TIMOTHY 43 County Rd. " That in all things, Christ might have pre-eminence " Soccer, 2,3, Captain 4; In- door Track, 2,3,4; Spring Track, 2,3,4. DEYERMOND, JAMES 64 Andover St. Football, 2,3,4; Winter Track, 2,3,4; Spring Track 2,3,4. DILLON, MARIANNE 14 Wild Rose Dr. Acappella Choir, 2,3,4; Horsemanship Club, 2,3. DITROIA, ANTHONY I Ivanhoe Lane. DOHERTY, JAMES 9 Juniper Rd. Basketball Team, 2,3,4; Baseball, 2,3. DOHERTY, STEPHEN II Buxton Ct. Photography Club, 3,4; Newspaper, 3, Homeroom Rep., 3,4. DOMASINSKY, EDWARD 125 North Main St. Newcomers Club, 2. DONNELLY, SUSAN 8 Carisbrooke St. " Each man is the architect of his own fortune. " DONOVAN, EILEEN 186 North Main St. DONOVAN, PAULA S. 20 Flint Circle Homecoming 2,3,4. DORAN, CAROL J. 66 Brookfield Rd. Band 2,3; Drama 2,3; De- bating Club 4. DOUGHTY, RALPH, JR. 435 Titan St. Phila., Pa. 19147 " Live with what you got until you get on top " Spring Track 2,3; Basketball 2,3,4; WAHS 3,4. DOUGLASS, ELLEN 19 Pasho St. Humanities 3. DOUTY, DIANE C. 136 Salem St. Yearb ook Rep. 3,4. DOW, BRUCE P. 19 Strawberry Hill " And long you live and high you fly, And smiles you ' ll give and tears you ' ll cry. And all you touch and all you see is all your life will ever be. " Soccer 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Ski Team 2,3,4; Madrigals 2,3,4; Fellowship of Chris- tian Athletes. DOWNS, LESLEY J. 147 Elm St. " To each his own. " Majorettes 2,3; Head Ma- jorette 4. DOYLE, KATHLEEN M. 15 Barringtom Dr. " Ya ' - Right! " Ecology Club 4. DRIVAS, JOHN A. 20 Launching Rd. Football 2,3, Captain 4; 00 gang 4; Homecoming 4. DUBINSKY, MARK 1 Hickory Lane " Times don ' t make men; Men make times. " Stag Band 4; WAHS 4; Ecology Club 4. DUFRESNE, SANDRA J. 15 Enmore St. EARLY, DAVID 12 Cedar Rd. Soccer 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4. EATON, VIRGINIA 233 Andover St. " In case of accident, he al- ways brought a table. " — J.B. Ill Class Pres. 2; Student Advi- sory Council 3,4; Yearbook 4; 00 Gang 3,4; Homecom- ing 2,3,4. EDWARDS, ALLAN 88 Rattlesnake Hill Rd. A Capella Choir 3. ELLIS, TRINA 49 Abbot St. EMBERLEY, DAVID 4 Rose Glen Dr. Cross Country 2,3,4; Indoor Track 2,3,4; Spring Track 2,3,4. EMMERT, WILLIAM 392 No. Main St. Soccer 2,3,4; Tri-Capt. 4; Basketball 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4. FABIANI, JOHN 17 Kathleen Dr. Football 2,3,4; Hockey 3; B.C. 2; Newspaper 2. FANNING, KATHLEEN 150 Chestnut ST. " If you can find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn ' t lead anywhere. " Band 2,3,4; Ecology Club 3,4; FARNHAM, MARK 122 Chestnut St. Football 2,3,4; Hockey 2,3,4; Spring Track 3,4. FARR, NANCY 10 Penobscot Way " We may be but grains of sand on the beach of time, but in the eyes of those we love, we are eternal. " FARRELL, DIANE 6 Strawberry Hill Rd. Chorale 2; Policy Comm. 2; H.R. Rep. 3; Girl ' s Track 2; Homecoming 4. FEBRES, CARMEN 64 Bartlett St. " Be yourself because only then will you be happy. " Ecology Club 4; H.R. Rep. 4 FEREIRA, JAMES 73 River St. " My definition of a free so- ciety is a society where it is safe to be unpopular. " — Adiai Stevenson Madrigals 4; A Capella Choir 2,3,4; Newspaper 3; Band 2,3,4; Ecology Club 3,4; FERRIS, MARTHA 66 Pleasant St. FERRIS, WILLIAM 5 River Park Terrace Football, 2. FIELDS, JENNIFER 88 Central St. Field Hockey 2,3,4; Year- book Rep. 3,4; Dramatics 2,3,4; Ski Team 4; Yearbook 4. FIORENZA, JOSEPH 277 Lowell St. FISCHER, ANDREA 71 Wildwood Rd. " ... and many associ- ations, all pleasurable and genial, made his face the object I best liked to see. " Band 2,3,4; Dramatics 2,3,4. FITZGERALD, LESLIE 30 York St. ACappella Choir 2,3. FLEMING, DAVID 14 Elysian Dr. Basketball 2; Golf 2; Better Community 2. FLINT, NICHOLAS 8 Lancaster PI. Ski Team 2,3, Co-capt. 4; Soccer 2,4. FLUET, SHARON 176 Beacon St. " Your life is what you make it. " Prom Committee 3; Cho- rale 4; Homeroom Rep. 2; Yearbook 4. FOGARTY, CHERYL 209 River Rd. " A smile is universal, ac- ceptable, and inexpen- sive. " Cheerleader 2,3,4; Track 3; GLSGA; Homeroom Rep 3; Homecoming 4. FONER, DAVID 22 Wildrose Dr. Amatuer Radio Club 2,3; Computer Freaks 3; WAHS 4. FOOTE, MICHAEL 117 Ballardvale Rd. Football 2; 00 Gang 3,4; Waterskiing Club 3,4. FORTUNE, JAMES 30 Juniper Rd. Tennis 3,4; Yearbook 4. FOX, JOSEPH 50 Walnut Ave. Cross Country 2,3; Track 2,3; Photo Club. FRANZ, SCOTT 276 Highland Rd. Band 2,3,4. FREDERICK, MAUREEN 191 Andover St. " You can ' t win them all. " Photography 4. FROST, JASON 6 Crescent Dr. " Liars should have good memories. " FULLER, SUSAN 37 Linwood St. Softball 2; Track 3,4; Outing Club 2; Homecoming 4. GALLO, MARK 14 Pinecrest Rd. Tennis 2,3,4; Ski Team 2,3,4. GANNON, MAUREEN 6 Virginia Rd. " Know your purpose in life and strive to achieve it. " AFS 3,4; National Honor Soc. 3,4; Newspaper 3; Stu- dent Guidance 2; Botany Club 2. GARABEDIAN, KENNETH 214 Chandler Rd. Moto-Cross Club. GARDNER, ALETA 64 Bartlett St. " Live the life you love, so you can love the life you live. " Newcomers Club 3; Basket- ball 3,4; Cross-Country 4. GARDNER, NATALIE 8 North Tanglewood Way " I have often seen a cat without a grin, but a grin without a cat? " Yearbook 4; Newspaper 3,4; Play 3,4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; Goodship S.S. Cook. GARROD, WAYNE 16 Ridge St. " The important thing is this: to be able at any mo- ment to give up what we are for what we could be- come. " AFS 2,3,4; ACapella Choir 2,3,4. GILDEA, MAUREEN 5 Thresher Rd. " The language of friendr ship is not by words but by meaning. " Warrior 2; Gymnastics 2,3,4; Cheerleader 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Year- book 4; Homecoming 3,4; Homeroom Rep 4. GOODMAN, ANDREW 3 Landau Ln. Winter Track 2,3,4; Spring Track 2,3,4; Cross Country 4, Yearbook 4. GOTTESFELD, LISA GOULD, LAURIE 10 Strawberry Hill Rd. " Life is like a piano. What you get out of it depends on how you play it. " Madrigals 2,3,4; A Capella Choir 2,3,4; Homeroom Rep 2; Prep Club 3. GRANDE, KAREN 211 Greenwood Rd. " If life had a second edi- tion, how I would correct the proofs. " Horsemanship Club 2,3; Math League 4. GRANGER, SHEREE 13 Korinthian Way " To live is the rarest thing on earth. Most people merely exist. " Yearbook 2; Library aid 2. GRANT, ROBIE 19 Harding St. A Capella Choir 2,3; John Benvin Fan Club 3; Woman Seen 3. GRAVES, CATHARINE 119 Lowell St. " To dream the impossible dream isn ' t impossible, it ' s only making it come true. " Horsemanship Club 3; A Capella Choir 2,3,4. GRISWOLD, KATHRYN 4 Dunbarton St. " Life is but a long short sto- ry. " Band 2. GROSSMAN, LINDA 3 Cindy Ln. Educational Involvement 4, Foreign Language Aid 2,3; Prep Club 3; Yearbook 4; Math Tutor 3,4. GUILD, DOUG GUILD, RONALD 6 Haven Dr. Madrigals 2,3,4; A Capella Choir 2,3,4; Musical 2,3,4. GUILLET, RAYMOND 28 Maple Ave. GURRY, SUSAN 88 Carmel Rd. " When you smile at the world, the world smiles back. " Pep Club 2,3,4; Homecom- ing 2,3,4; Prom Comm. 3; Yearbook 3, HH HAEFLING, ANDREA 27 Princeton Ave. " A friend is a present you give yourself. " Majorettes 2,3; Co-head 4; Chorale 2,3; Variety Show 3; Homecoming 4. HAJJ, DAVID 79 High St. HANNON, ROBERT 55 Lowell Jet. Rd. Baseball 2,3,4. HASKARD, DEBORAH 4 Lansbury Ln. Colorguard 3; Homeroom Rep. 3,4; Homecoming 4; Track 3,4. HATFIELD, KIM 11 Charlotte Dr. " True enemies are better than false friends. " Swim Club HAYES, KATHERINE 62 Lovejoy Rd. " In the midst of that rain. In the midst of that rain there was a wing. And he was not sorry there. We are. Yes lamb. Roger. " Humanities 2,3; Botany Club 2,3,4; Photography Club 2,3; Craftsmen Guild 2,3,4; Ski Club 2. HECKEN, MICHAEL 21 Rose Glen Dr. Track 3,4; Soccer 4; Ski Team 4; Outing Club 3,4. HEISLEIN, SUSAN 10 Wild Rose Drive " Every man must live his own life. " HENDERSON, THOMAS 5 North St. Football 3,4; Indoor Track 3,4; Spring Track 3,4; HESKETH, MADELYN 26 Clark Rd. Band 2. HESKETH, PETER HOCHSCHWENDER, JOANNE 35 Birch Rd. Yearbook 3,4; Prep Club 3; Band 2, Color Guard 3; WAHS 3. HODGMAN, PHILIP 85 Shawsheen Rd. HOELZEL, ROBERT 110 Haggetts Pond Rd. Football 2,3,4; Spring Track 2,3,4. HUGHES, LINDA 6 Forest Dr. " Evading the truth is as blameable as denying it. " Humanities 2,3. HUNTER, KAREN 1242 E. Mound St. Columbus, Ohio " Stand up for what you be- lieve in, for you can fall for anything. " United Friends Organiza- tion 3; Cross Country Track 4; Varsity Basketball 4. HUTCHINS, SCOTT 60 High St. HUTCHINS, SHIRLEY 60 High St. " Learn to hear with your eyes and life will hold more meaning for it ' s existence. " Prom Comm. 3; Gymnastics 3,4. lACOBO, LAURA 25 Karlton Cir. Basketball 2; Varsity 3,4; Field Hockey 2, Varsity 3,4; A Capella Choir 2,3; Madri- gals 3,4; Outing Club 3,4. ITZ, ALICE 6 Twin Brooks Cir. " Those who expect noth- ing shall not be disappoint- ed. " Student Guidance 2,3,4; Spring Track 3. JJ JUDGE, LAURIE 14 Longwood Dr. " Life ' s a gas. " Field Hockey 2,3,4; Year- book 4; Good Ship S.S. Cook 2,3,4. JANUSZ, JAN 63 Brown St. JENKINS, ROBERT 35 Ballardvale Rd. Basketball 2; Baseball 2,3. KAPLAN, ELLIOT 21 Oriole Dr. " Every man is a moon, and thus has a side no one sees. " WAHS 2; KEARN, TIMOTHY 114 Lovejoy Rd. Spring Track 3,4; Football 4. KELLEY, DIANE 6 Fernview St. No. Andover Homeroom Rep. 3,4; Track 2, ' Gymnastics 2,3,4; Prom Comm. 3; Homecoming 2,3,4. KELLEY, PAUL 528 So. Main St. A Capella 2,3,4. KELLEY, PAUL E. 5 Kenilworth St. Football 2,3,4; Winter Track 3,4; Spring Track 3,4. KENNEDY, JANICE 2 Cuba St. " Be what you want to be not what you pretend to be. " KESSLAK, MARY 68 Pleasant St. " Up your nose with a rub- ber hose. " WAHS 2; Drama Club 2. KETZLER, MARK 32 River Rd. A Capella Choir 2,3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4. KILGO, JOHN 4 Surrey Ln. KIMMERLE, KAREN 67 Wilrose Dr. Indians 3,4; Homecoming 2,3,4; Prom Comm. 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 3. KING, LESLIE 14 Downing St. " It is only with the heart that one sees rightly; what is essential is Invisible to the eye. " KLESCHINSKY, JOHN 65 Cross St. Newcomers Club 2; Swim Club 4. KOROMHAS, MARK 9 Abbott Bridge Dr. " Diplomacy is to do and say the nastiest thing in the ni- cest way. " Drama Club 3,4. KRULL, JANET 55 Greenwood Rd. Spring Track 2,3,4; Winter Track 4; Prep Club 3; Na- tional Honor Society KRUMPE, MICHAEL Chapel Ave. " Someday we ' ll look back on this and it will all seem funny. " — Bruce Spring- steen " My how time flies when you don ' t know what ' s go- ing on, " P.A. A.H.S. 2; Drama Club 3,4; Good Ship S.S. Cook 2,3,4; Yearbook 3,4; Chow- der Club 4. KUBLIN, JOSEPH 20 Candlewood Dr. KYLBERG, ROGER 8 Azalea Dr. " No man is an island. " Outing Club 2. LABOSCO, RICK 11 Eastman Road When hope is gone, life is over. LABONTE, LINDA 44 Gray Road It ' s not the years in your life, but the life in your years. Varisty Softball 2, Varisty track 3,4, J.V. Basketball 2, Intramural Soccor 2, Inter- national Club 2 LAFLEUR, KENNETH 233 River Road Football 2,3,4, Winter Track 3,4, Spring Track 2,3,4, Yearbook, 4. LAFOND, RENEE 8 Shepley Street Band 2,3,4 LALLY, JOHN 53 Harold Parker Road Motorcycles LANDY, DAVID . 5 Fairfax Drive Spring Track 2 LANE, CYRIL 23 Salem Street R = Exl or is it E = lxR. Photography Club 2,3,4 LANSDOWNE, LAURA 162 High Plain Road Love life and live forever. Outing Club 3 LAPOINT, BRION 29 Strawberry Hill Road Basketball 2,3,4 LASMAN, SUSAN 24 Smithshire Est. Track 2, Variety Show 2,4, Field Hockey 3,4, Prom Committee 3,4, Homecom- ing 4 LEEMAN, JOHN 12 Glenmeadow Road LENNON, GEOFFREY 5 Osgood Street Remember, you spell it with a " G " . LEONARD, MARY JO 22 Kathleen Drive Spring Track United Friendship League Pep Club LEROY, TIMOTHY 173 Lowell Street Tennis 2, Soccer 2,3, Ecol- ogy Club 4 LEVINE, GLENN 59 Wildrose Drive Golf Team 2,3,4, Math Club 4 LEVINSON, ALYSSA 26 Birch Road Yearbook 3,4, Homecom- ing 3,4, Tennis Team 3,4, Track 2, Basketball 2,3 LEWIS, JEFFREY 3 Henderson Ave. Soccor 2, Spring Track 2,3,4, Winter Track 3,4, Cross Country 3,4 LIVERSIDGE, KENNETH 378 South Main Street No comment. LIVINGSTON, LESLIE 6 Cabot Road Life is just one damned thing after another! LOCKWOOD, PAUL 101 Wildrose Drive LUCY, RICHARD 1 Haven Drive LUSTIG, JAY 7 Mayflower Drive Band 2,3,4, Stagehand Newspaper 3 LUTSCH, LINDA 182 Elm Street LYMAN, LYNNE 19 Lovejoy Road Band 2,3,4 LYNCH, GAIL 33 Memorial Circle LYNCH, JOSEPH 46 Morton Street " Let ' s cruise Bugs " Spring Track 2,4; Ski Team 2,3,4; Football 3 MACDONALD, SHARON 8 Sheffield Circle A.F.S. 2; Track Team 3; Hor- semanship 2. MACKAY, SANDRA 289 Lowell Street Ski Club 4. MACMILLAN, CAREN MAGANE, SHEILA ,: 9 Howell Drive " Ask and you shall receive, seek and you shall find, knock and the doors shall be open. " Homecoming Comm. 3,4; Track 2; Homeroom Rep. 4; Yearbook 3; Prom Comm. 3,4. MANN, LAUREN 98 Greenwood Road " Schools are O.K., I guess, but they so often interfere with learning. " Outing Club 2,3,4; Folk Dancing 2; Musical 3; Edu- cational Involvement 4. MARASCO, MARIA 191 Holt Road " Dear Lord, be good to me. The sea is so wide and my boat is so small. " Secretary-Treasurer 2; A Cappella Chois 2,3,4; Mad- rigal 2,3,4; Homecoming 2,3,4; Yearbook. MARBLE, THOMAS 11 Chester St. Cross Country 3,4; Winter Track 3,4; Spring Track 3,4. MARINELLI, KENNETH 3 Marigold Lane " Thank God it ' s OVER! " MASCOTT, DEBORAH 24 Hemlock Rd. " Everything is forseen, but only freedom of choice is given. " — Pirke Auot A Capella 2,3,4; Tennis 2;3,4; Student Guidance Comm. 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Colorguard 3. MOSCOTT, JOEL 36 Lincoln Circle Radio 3,4; Photo club 4; V MCADAMS, JEAN ■ - 16 High Plain Road Horsemanship Club 2,3; Prep Club 3. MCCORMICK, MICHAEL 31 Lucerne Drive Baseball 2,3; Football 3,4. MCDONALD, JAMES 15 Elysian Drive Track 2, Football 2. MCGOFF, MEREDITH 11 Appletree Lane Field Hockey 2,3,4. MCKALLAGAT, KAREN 63 Salem Street " Smile, and the world will smile back. " Prom Comm. 3; Homecom- ing 4; Homeroom Alt. Rep. 3. MEIER, CARRIE 10 Marie Drive National Honor Society 3,4; Band 2,3; Prom 3; Home- coming 3,4; Yearbook 3,4. MEROLA, DEBRA 1 Hunter Drive MERRILL, KRISTEN 57 Cross Street " It is in men as in soils where sometimes there is a vein of gold which the owner knew not of. " Newcomers Club 2,3; Marching Band 2. MESSINA, MARILYN " Can I tell you something ft Silversmith ' s Guild 3 MEYERS, JAMES 17 Rennie Drive Football 2,3; Cross Country Capt. 4; Winter Track 2,3,4; Capt. 4; Spring Track 2,3,4; Capt. 4 MITTON, STEVEN 84 Tewksbury Street MINICUCCI, CAROL 76 Lowell Street " Most people are as happy as they make up their minds to be. " Chorale 2; A Cappella Choir 3,4; A.F.S. 4; Prep Club 3; Yearbook 4. MIRISOLA, DAVID 142 Haggetts Pond Road Football 2,3,4; Gymnastics 2; Capt. 3,4; Track 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 4; Nation- al Honor Society 3,4. MiSENTI, JOEL 45 Corbett Street MITCHELL, PENNY 58 Haverhill Street Majorettes 2,3; Co-head 4 MORANVILLE, TERESA 13 Wild Rose Drive " Hard work makes up for all shortcomings! " Pep Club Secretary 2; Homecoming 2,3,4; Prom 3; Junior Class Vice Pres 3; Senior Class Secretary- Treasurer 4; Warriors 3,4. MOREAU, JANET 23 Lincoln Circle Gymnastics 2,3; Volleyball 4. MOREHARDT, ELLIOTT 122 Salem Street " Be without, be within. " MORIARTY, MARK 22 Cheever Circle Photo Club 2,3; Vice Pres. 4; Track 3,4; Newspaper 3. MORREO, MARTHA 15 Sheridan Road " Learn to live and appreci- ate today and strive for the future. " Prom Comm. 3; Homecom- ing 2,3,4; Indian 3; Cheer- leader 4; A Cappella 2,3. MORRISSETTE, CHERYL 27 Burton Farm Drive " Patience is flower that doesn ' t grow in every- body ' s garden. " MOULTON, GARY 9 Dean Circle MOYNIHAN, ROBERT 15 Geneva Road Spring Track 2,3,4; F.C.A. 4; Varsity Football 3,4. MULLETT, JUDY 20 Harding Street " In helping others, you help yourself. " MUNN, BRADLEY 2 Shaw Drive " Life is a bowl of cherries — full of pits. " MUNROE, NANCY 16 Hemlock Road Girl ' s Track 2,3,4; A.F.S. 3,4; Girl ' s Volleyball 3 NADER, WAYNE 30 River St. NANGLE, RITA " Ride high, and ride free. " Bumpy Lane Activities. NEED, DAVID 13 Glenmeadow Rd. " Winding about the tree, an edenesque serpent cau- tioned, ' You want to know too much. " Drama Club; National Hon- or Society; Chess club; Neo-Fabian Society; Stu- dent Dissident. NELSON, KRISTIN 189 Abbot St. Ski Team 2,3,4; Field Hock- ey 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Crafts- man ' s Guild 3; Outing Club 3,4. NELSON, THOMAS 2 Cyr Circle Ski Team 3; Band 4. NEWHOUSE, TIMOTHY 40 Burnham Rd. Gymnastics 3. NICHOLAS, KATHI 13 Crestwood Drive " What we are is God ' s gift to us; What we become is our gift to God. " Liberty Bell Dancer 2,3; Softball 2,3; Cheerleading 2,3,4; Homecoming 2,3,4. NICHOLSON, LISA 9 Charlotte Drive " Life isn ' t worth living un- less you can live it with a smile. " Yearbook 4; Chorale 2; Bas- ketball 2; Homecoming 4; Student Council 2,3,4. NICOLOSI, AGATHA 3 Homestead Circle " Friends (the best of friends) must part. " NICOLOSI, MARIA 54 Birch Rd. " Friends are for the friend- ly at heart. " Band. NOEL, CHARLES 10 Newell St. Basketball 2,3,4; F.C.A. 2,3,4, Pres. 3,4. NIKONCHUK, IRENE 48 Wildrose Drive NOLAN, KATHLEEN 110 Wildwood Rd. " The heart that gives . . . gathers. " Pep Club 2,3,4; Chorale 2; Prom Committee 4. NORRIS, WILLIAM 7 Walnut Ave. " I am what I am and I can only live what I am. " Football 2. NORTON, GLEN 19 Dufton Rd. " Hannah People " " You see the trees, but you missed the forest. " W.A.H.S. 2; Military Chess club 1; A.V. 3. NOWELL, ROBYN 23 Cheever Circle " Find a way or make one. " Guidance 2; Pep Club 3,4. NUTHMANN, CONRAD 32 Riverina Rd. " Riders of the rainbow Let it grow Let it grow. " O ' BRIEN, MICHAEL 1 25 High St. O ' CONNELL, STEPHEN 36 Lovejoy Rd. O ' CONNOR, ELLEN 16 Smithshire Estates " Happy are those who dream dreams, and are will- ing to pay the price to make them come true. " Horsemanship Club 2,3; Pep Club 4; Chorale 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3. O ' HARA, CAROLYN 10 Bancroft Rd. " I am not afraid of tomor- row. For I have seen yester- day, and I love today. " Vice Pres. Soph. Class 2; Cheerleading 3,4; Swim Team 2,3,4; Liberty Bell Dancer 2,3,4; Madrigals 3,4; Homecoming 2,3,4. OTTO, ROBIN 23 Vine St. " Enjoy while you can. You ' re only here once. " PACKARD, DAVID 75 Shawsheen Rd. Football 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Winter Track 2; Bet- ter Community. PAGE, RANDALL 50 Birch Rd. PALLONE, ANNE 1 Rennie Drive Math Club 2,4; Swim Club 2; Prep Club 3. PANTALEO, LAURIE 4 Bradlee Rd. " Laughing is a universal lan- guage that even the deaf can hear. " Yearbook 4; Homecoming 4; Basketball 2; Student Council 4. PARADISE, THOMAS 1 Russett Lane " Good Luck and Good Rid- dance. " PARENT, JbKF 3 Rattlesnake Hill Rd. PARKER, LYNN 131 North St. " Love is saying you ' re sorry every five minutes. " (John Lennon) A Capella Choir 2,3,4; Mad- rigals 2,3,4. PARKER, SUSAN 68 Stevens St. PARROTTA, JOHN 158 Beacon St. Golf 2, Capt. 3,4; Yearbook 4; Gymnastics 2,3,4. PATTERSON, JEAN 4 Wintergreen Circle PATTULLO, BRIAN 76 Stevens St. Ski Team 3,4. PELC, NANCY 8 Carmel Rd. Drama Club 2,4; Math Club 2,4; Band 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4. PELRINE, JUDITH 87 Argilla Rd. " Don ' t judge people by what they have but by what they are. " Band 2; Ballardvale Sympa- thy Orchestra 3,4. PELTIER, PAMELA 17 Downing St. Cheerleader 2; Chorale 2; Homecoming 4; Pep Club 2. PENNICK, LISA 11 Moraine St. " The moment may be tem- porary but the memory is forever. " A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; Ski Team 2,3,4; Track 2,4; Homecoming 2,3,4; Year- book 4. PERREAULT, ROBERTA 46 Whittier St. PETERS, MICHAEL 5 Webster ST. PETERSEN, MARY LOU 18 Mary Lou Lane Field Hockey; Ski Team; A.F.S.; Chorale. PETTORUTO, RICHARD 9 Kathleen Drive Football 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4. PINKHAM, ROGER 10 Marland St. Ballardvale Sympathy Or- chestra. PLUMMER, NANCY 75 Argilla Rd. POLSTON, TERESA 245 Beacon St. POWERS, GARY 75 Lovejoy Rd. PROVENCAL, LORI 210 Chandler Rd. PUTNAM, GWEN 12 Charlotte Dr. " Some people live in the same town all their lives and see more than world travellers could ever hope to see. " (Jack Fallon) QUINN, NANCY 41 Tewksbury St. Ballardvale Sympathy Or- chestra 2,3. RADULA, LOIS 141 North St. Color Guards 3,4; Chorale 2,3; Humanities Club 3. RANGAS, GEORGE 33 Clark Rd. RAYMOND, EILEEN 50 County Rd. " Thank you Lord for think- ing about me. I ' m alive an ' doing fine. " Pep Club 2,3; Homecoming 4; Color Guards 3,4; Girl ' s Track 3,4. REICHERT, MARIANNE 49 Cheever Circle Pep Club 2,3,4; Homecom- ing 3,4; Newcomers Club 2. REID, MARTHA 6 Jenkins Rd. Band 2,3,4; Ski Team 4; Swim Team 2. TPRETELLE, CYNTHIA 52 Reserx ation Rd. Chorale 2,3; Color Guard 3,4; Co-Head 4. REYNOLDS, JUDITH 24 Sheridan Rd. " Be happy with yourself first, then you ' ll be happy with others. " Pep Club 2,3; Yearbook 3. REYNOLDS, SALLIE 21 Pinecrest Rd. , Volleyball 3,4. RICHMOND, KIRK 48 Prospect Rd. " Knowledge is an everlast- ing quest. " RICHMOND, PETER 5 Rock O ' Dundee Rd. " A brain is like a tree. Give it knowledge, it will grow. Starve it, it will die. " Ecology Club 4. RINDONE, DAVID 27 Rock Ridge Rd. " Should I go 30 for 60 Bugs. " Track 2,3; N.O.H.N. 4. ROBINSON, KATHERINE 50 Wild Rose Drive " All life is open, embrace the future with vision. " Outing Club. ROBINTON, BRENDA 15 Lincoln Circle " It ' s not that I dislike work, I just like freedom better. " Future Nurses 2; Color Guards 3. ROCCO, MARC 4 Marie Drive Drama Club 2,3,4; Radio Club 3,4. ROCKWOOD, RUSSELL 6 Morningside Drive " Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. " Pres. Outing Club 4; Year- book 4. ROCKWOOD, SHARON 6 Morningside Drive " A snnile is the sunshine of life! " Color Guard 4; Pep Club 2; Prom Committee 3; Prep Club 3; Spain Trip 2. RODGER, LAMONT 3 Dallon Rd. Soccer 2. ROGERS, GAIL 174 High Plain Rd. " If you love something set it free, if it comes back to you then it ' s yours, if n ot — then it never was. " ROMANO, THOMAS 84 Spring Grove Rd. Baseball 2,3,4. RONAN, JOHN 50 Morton 5t. ROSEN, DANIEL II Pioneer Circle " BCETDA TOTOB! " National Honor Society 3,4; Golf 2. ROSENGARD, PAUL 18 Abbot Bridge Dr. Newspaper 3,4; Band 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Ping Pong Club 3,4; Photography Club 4. ROSS, HEATHER 2 Buxton Ct. Educational Involvement 3; Internship 4; Color Guard 4. ROYAL, CYNTHIA III Peters St. " Live, and let live! " Outing Club 3,4; Prep Club 2,3,4; Horsemanship Club 2,3; Craftsman Guild 3,4; Basketball 2,3,4. RUTH, JAMES 134 Main St. Football 2,3; Basketball 2,3,4; Student Advisory Council 3,4. RUSSELL, MATTHEW 14 High St. Football 3; Ski Team 2,3,4; Wrestling 4; Photography Club 2,3. RUSSELL, PETER 6 Shipman Rd. RYDEN, TANJA 53 Birch Rd. Swim Team 2,3,4; A.F.S. 2,4; Yearbook 4; Newspaper 3; National Honor Society 3,4. RYDER, DONALD 186 Chestnut St. SABA, ANN 144 Lovejoy Rd. " Anyone can become con- tent but it takes inner hap- piness first. " Ski Team 2,3,4; Field Hock- ey 2; Student Guidance 2,3,4; Warrior; Homecom- ing 4. SABA, DEBRA 144 Lovejoy Rd. " Smile, God loves you! " Pep Club 2,3,4; Ski Team 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Spring Track 2,3,4; Cross Country 4. SAGASER, CATHERINE 56 Chestnut St. A.F.S. 2,3,4; Field Hockey 3; Band 2,3,4; Ski Team 4; Swim Team 4. SALTER, NANCY 28 High St. A Capella Choir 2,3,4; Mad- rigals 4; Warrior 3,4; Home- coming 2,3,4; SAMBUCO, THOMAS 5 Sweetbriar Lane SANDEFUR, PATRICK 4 Donna Rd. " People talking without speaking. People hearing without listening. " (Simon and Garfunkel) Mountain Climbing SANFT, MARSHALL 14 Kirkland Dr. " Don ' t do what you can do today. Do tomorrow. " A.V. 3; Theater 2. SAWAYA, MITCHELL 5 Twin Brooks Circle Football 3,4; Capt., Winter and Spring Track, 2,3,4; Better Community 3. SCRIBNER, JOY 6 Cyr Circle " Not you, not anyone else can travel that road for me, I must travel it for myself. " Horsemanship Club 2,3; Student Guidance 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Tennis Team 2; Homecoming 4. SEECHE, TONI 49 Hidden Rd. " Andover High — the place where boredom originates. " SEELEY, LAURA ' 21 Sheridan Rd. " You don ' t realize how good you had it til you ' ve lost it forever. " SEERO, MICHELLE 8 Fox Hill Rd. " Friendship improves hap- piness and abates misery, by doubling our joys and dividing our grief. Cheerleader 2; Majorettes 3,4; Madrigals 2,3,4; A Ca- pella Choir 2,3,4; Home- room Alt. 2,3; Rep. 4. SERVELLO, LEE ANN 1 Hawthorne Circle Color Guard 3,4; Track 3; Educational Involvement 3. SHEA , TIMOTHY 11 Arundel St. Soccer 2,3,4; Spring Track 2,3,4; Vice Pres. Sr. Class 4; 00 — Gang 4; Homecoming 4. SHEEHAN, CHARLES 4 Crestwood DR. SIDERI, WARREN 335 Salem St. SILVA, ANNETTE 44 Linwood Rd. Pep Club 2; F.N. A. 2. SIMONE, JOSEPH 117 Jenkins Rd. " Party: May 20 to eternity. " Out-Back 2,3,4. SKINDER, MARK 189 High Plain Rd. Outing Club 4; Spring Track 2,3,4; Winter Track 2,3,4. SLADE, CAROLYN 26 Pasho St. " Perserverando. " Pep Club 2,3, Prep Club 3; Prom Comm. 3; Homecom- ing 3,4; Spain Trip 2. SLADE, JANET 26 Pasho St. " Sunshine almost always makes me smile. " Pep Club 2,3; Prom Comm. ' 3; Homecoming 4. SOSNOWSKi, CAROL 25 Blood Rd. " Life is what happens to us while we are making other plans. " Jogging Club. SPENCER, D OUGLAS 35 Tewksbury St. " Whether Im right or wrong don ' t condemn me, I ' m different from you. " Gymnastics 2,3,4; Capt. 4. SPIRES, MARK 325 Lowell St. " Motocross will overcome all ' OUTBACK ' . " ST. GERMAIN, TED 85 Chandler Rd. 178 " There are times when life is pure joy. " STAID, KATHLEEN 10 Nancy Circle " Woman was created from the rib of man. Not from his head to be above him, nor his feet to be walked upon. But from his side to be his equal, near his arm to be protected. And close to his heart to be loved. " D.S.H. O ' Back 2,3,4; Yearbook 2,3,4; Chorale 2. STARKS, GEORGE 24 Corbett St. Homeroom Rep. 2,3,4. STARR, SUZANNE 17 Chandler Rd. Ski Team 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Cross Country 2,3; Track 2,3,4; Student Guidance Committee 4. STEBBINS, ALBERT 3RD 11 Patricia Circle " Know yourself. " Computer Club 2,3,4. STEBBINS, ELIZABETH 11 Patricia Circle Outing Club 2. STEPHENS, PETER 13 Summer St. A Cappella 2,3,4; Baseball 3; Soccer 3; Basketball 3. STEPHENS, SHERYL 13 Summer St. " ... and there ' s a rose in a fisted glove; the eagle flies with the dove. " by C.S.N. Y. Debating 3,4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; Newspaper 3; A Capella 3,4. STRASSEL, ALLEN 14 Elm Court SULLIVAN, NOREEN 9 Matthews St. SUMNER, EARL 30 County Rd. SUTTON, NANCY 435 So. Main St. " Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is like a broken-winged bird that cannot fly. " SWAIN, MARK 15 Cedar Rd. SWEENEY, KEVIN 28 Westwind Rd. Track 3; Ski Team 4; Track 4. SYIEK, MICHAEL 6 Fulton Rd. " Behold the Bold and cur- ious for unto them belong the worlds of tomorrow. Cross Country 4; Yearbook 4; Computer Club 1,2,4. TT TANNER, TIMOTHY 10 Charlotte Dr. " What is this madness? " Hockey 2,3,4; 00-Gang 3,4; Homecoming 2,3,4; indi- viduality 2,3,4; Water skiing Club 3,4. TATARUNIS, STEVEN 8 Lincoln St. Band 2,3,4; Winter Track 3,4; Spring Track 2,3,4. TAYLOR, REBECCA 25 Phillips St. " Smile — the World will wonder what you ' re up to! " Liberty Bell Dancer 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Color Guards 4; Prom Committee 3; F.C.A. 4. TELLIER, CINDY 151 Shawsheen Rd. " If I ' m not here tomorrow I ' ll be in Plymouth. " Ballardvale Sympathy Or- chestra TERRY, JOHN 6 Embassy Lane " A man can fail many times but he isn ' t a man until he begins to blame somebody else. " Football 2,3,4; Track 2,3. TETREAULT, JANET 66 Prospect Rd. Amateur Radio Club 2; W.A.H.S. 1. TOTTRUP, THORKIL 103 Salem St. TOMLINSON, LAURIE 41 Whittier St. TRENHOLM, JOYCE TROPEANO, LOUISA 43 Vine St. Varsity Basketball 2,3,4; Varsity Softball 2,3,4; B.C. 3. TUROW, MICHAEL " Words begin friendship, understanding makes it last. " Tennis 2,3; Newspaper 4. UPSON, PAUL VALENTINE, SCOTT VANSCHALKWYK, WILLIAM VANVLEET, ROBIN 112 Dascomb Rd. VARNEY, BLAKE 257 Washington Park Dr. " These are the good old days. " VERDA, CAROL 14 Woburn St. VERRETTE, GLENN 4 Gardner Ave. Football 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4. VONSACKEN, PAUL 13 Rennie Dr. Basketball 2; Baseball 2. VONDELL, ELLEN 51 Maple Ave. " Be yourself; who else is better qualified. " Chorale 2,3,4; A Capella 4; Liberty Belles 2. WALKER, DAVID 23 Strawberry Hill Rd. WALKUP, DONNA 51 Dufton Rd. WALSH, STEPHEN 33 Rock Ridge Road WEBER, HAROLD 3 Joyce Terr. Tennis WELBER, DAVE 17 Barrington Rd. WELCH, STEPHEN 4 Rassmussen Cir. " What are ya, stiff? " WESTCOTT, C. ALLEN 61 Harold Parker Rd. WESTCOTT, LEE 25 Burton Farm Dr. WHITCOMB, FREDERICK 6 Boston Rd. WHITE, BEVERLY 24 Chester St. " life is too short to be lit- tle " Gymnastics 2; Band 2,3. WHITE, BRIAN 8 Apollo Cir. " File under W.I.G.H. " Soccer 3. WHITE, NANCY 27 Bartlett St. Swim Team 3,4; Color Guard 3,4; F.C.A. 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 2,3; Cross Country 4. WHITE, PATRICIA 5 Summer St. Field Hockey 2,3,4; Basket- ball 3; Homeroom Rep. 2; Prom Committee 3. WIERANGA, JANET 38 Sheridan Rd. WILBUR, KRISTI 2 Meadowbrook Dr. WILLIAMS, JOHN 7 Ivanhoe Lane Swim Team 2; Ski Team 4. WILLIAMS, LISA 178 High St. " Farewell my friends. Good Luck — Be happy. " AFS 2,3, 4; Representitive 2,3; Yearbook 3,4; BC 3. WILSON, LORI 62 High St. " man is the measure of all things. " Humanities Club 2; Silver- smith ' s Guild 2; Craftsman ' s Guild 3; Chorale 2. WILTON, ROBERT Foster, C.R.S. Pond Rd. WINWARD, ALBERT 35 Juliette St. WOLFE, ALICE ' 2 Carriage Hill Rd. " Don ' t part with your illu- sions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live. " Ecology 4; Photography 4. WOLFE, JOYCE 21 Arthur Rd. " A person cannot develop the full extent of his mind and body unless his home and surroundings are in harmony with his feelings. Search for this harmony. " Yearbook 4; Prep Club 3; A Capella 3; Homeroom Rep 4; B ' nai B ' rith Girls 2,3,4. WRIGHT, ANDY. PPITROH YOUNG, ELLEN. 9 Abbot St. Photography Club, 2; Bot- any Club 3. ZAPPALLA, JUDY. Lovejoy Rd. The Chowder Club Mr. and Mrs. Harry Houdini From Wally Mr. John J. Curtin The Marching Benvinettes William C. Drummond Alyssa Mr. William E. Moriarty Jr. " Bon " and the Gang The Mouse That Roared Ms. Chris Keffeler Hot Tuna is America ' s choice Frank Kennedy Gerald Desjardins Betsy, Carol, Peggy Sheila, Patty, Rebecca Chris, George, Mike Pat, Merideth, Laurie Robi, Katie, Diane Capt. Mari Tom FrackiewiGz Steve Gesing Russel Saint IV Amand A.G. Sr. Scorch Boy Jackie — Jake — Russem Frank and Helen Eccles Butch and Sundance Mr. West Huddle in the Puddle Steve Dubois Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Collins " Hendy " Mrs. Tremblay Ralph Couture Jungle Jim Mr. Brennan Taffy-Ann McDonald A.J. DeFusc Maripat Sullivan Bear and Bubba Matt Mirisola The Bopper Mr. Lynch Maude S.O ' B. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Gemmell Porky Best of Luck to the Graduating Class of 1976 from J. H. HORNE SONS, CO Paper Mill Machinery Lawrence, Ma. 181 PATRIOT REAL ESTATE, INC, 8 Haverhill St. Andover 470-0422 Open 7 days every week " Under all is the land " Best wishes to the Class of 76 VALENTINE FLOWERS " From the Heart " One Elm St. Andover, Ma. 475-2929 Congratulations to the graduating class OLDE ANDOVER VILLAGE FLOWER SHOP ANDOVER SAVINGS BANK ANDOVER, 61 MAIN STREET N. ANDOVER, 108 MAIN STREET METHUEN, 547 BROADWAY y ndoverBank 183 A pollution-free, resource-conserving answer to the Earth ' s energy problems by the year 2000? Raytheon, together with three other companies, is currently at work on one solution that would use an inexhaustible energy source — the sun. With satellite power stations, the sun could literally become an electrical powerhouse for the Earth. Such stations, more than 22,000 miles in space, would gather solar energy, convert it first to electricity and then to microwave energy for transmission to Earth. Satellite solar power — not just a designer ' s dream. It may well be a reality by your 25th reunion. RAYTHEON Congratulations to Andover High School class of 1976. 184 CONGRATULATIONS to the class of 76 Look to Look ROBERT E. LOOK AND ASSOCIATES REALTOR Mitt vvtE i snM9 tcewt icf MIS THE TAYLOR SHOP 398 Essex St. Lawrence, Mass 01840 Choice Andover Homes 4 Railroad St Andover, Ma 475-5800 TAYLOR RENTAL CENTER 201 North Main St Andover, Mass 475-7550 Best Wishes THE HOWE AGENCY — Realtors — Complete Insurance Service 52 Main Street 475-5100 REALTOR " VICTOR THE VICTOR COMPANY, INC REALTORS Andover, Mass 475-2201 m REALTOR ' mjtTtHt Litrmtt si cooking down at Dunkin ' Donuts. Delicious Coffee, Muffins, Pastry. 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ANDOVER, MASS. 01810 Best Wishes to the class of 1976 THE ANDOVER GIFT HOUSE 11 MAIN STREET TEL. 475-1822 Compliments of; FRANZ PACKAGE STORE Best of Luck to the Graduating Class of 76 LIGGETT REXALL DRUG buVe got a friend on the other end Editor-in-Chief: Tracey Burns Photography Editor: John Parrotta Art Editors: Ginger Eaton, Natalie Gardner Spots Editors: Alyssa Levinson, Bill Buzzett Senior Section Editor: Sue Brideau Business Editor: Barbara Cleveland Faculty Editor: joyce Wolfe Underclassmen Editor: Phil Nardone Advisor: Sarah O ' Brien Staff: Linda Auchterlonie, Steve Barney, Andy Burns, Sherry Cantwell, Lisa Cheyette, Sheila Cox, Bill Denoncourt Inc., Susan Donnelly, Liz Evans, John Fabiani, Jim Fereira, Sharon Fluet, Andy Goodman, Laurie Gould, Linda Grossman, Jody Hochschwender, Michael Krumpe, Maria Marasco, Carol Minnicucci, Dave Mirisola Lynette Murphy, Lisa Nicholson, Laurie Panteleo, Lisa Pennick, Russell Rockwood, Chip Rosenthal, Tanja Ryden, Suzanne Starr, Maribeth Wojtkun. This year ' s staff had a few rough spots to work over, but we knew the group had potential. After several pep talks, a few hundred practise pages, and countless breaks for " Friendly ' s " refreshments, the team finally started working together and thus, began to produce, it was unfortunate, though, that by this time we found that we had only IV2 hours to make a yearbook. Through the efforts of a few clutch players, we pulled ourselves together, had a great time, and did our best to make one hell of a yearbook! 199 When you are old and grey and full of sleep. And nodding by the fire, take down this book. And slowly read, and dream . . . — William Butler Yeats

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