Arlington High School - Anchors Yearbook (Lagrangeville, NY)
- Class of 1984
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Table of Contents
Faculty 8a Administration .....
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'Clubs 8a Organizations ....
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Undergraduates . . .
Advertising . . .
Andrea Stern, Editor
Mrs. Buergers, Literary Advisor
Mr. Landolfa, Financial Advisor
Arlington High School
Pleasant Valley, NY 12569
I love my "little" sister.
Live your life off the wall.
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Arlington's got class, and don't ever forget it!
What did you say'?'?'?
I haven't known you long but we have so much in common.
Don't l look like Mick Jagger from lhe
Just hangin' out!
Many miles we have come .
Homework is time consuming.
School's a battle-field.
I know! . . . Purple makes me look even more
For we know
we've only a moment to share
We just got our failure notices!
Stop! Don't eat that!
Mirror, mirror. , .
School food'7'l" Let me explain
Yes, I am a star.
Now would we lie to you???
A moment to realize our dreams
What does it look like we're doing?
I wonder what I'll
Ain't he cute
For soon we must go
be doing in the 25th
Thank God for calculators!
Excuse me, Miss
ThaL's the worst joke I've heard in a long time.
A test! Today??7
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Many roads we have traveled
Many miles we have come . .
For we know we've only a
moment to share
A moment to realize our dreams . . .
For soon we must go our separate ways
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Sitlingfrom lej to right: Mrs. Valerie Suter, Vice Presidentg Mr. Donald Lear, Mrs. Barbara Wardell, Clerkg Mrs. Joan
Beckham, Presidentg Dr. Thomas Hasenpflug, Superintendentg Mrs. Janet Berger. Slandingfrom len to right: Dr. Bert
Kanwit, Mrs. Catherine Goldstein, Dr. Duane Smith, Mrs. Sally Kuralt, Mr. James Loveday.
Dr. Kuklis Mr. Rothman
Throughout high school, the guidance counselors play a very
important role in helping us shape our future. They carefully aid
students in choosing courses which will best fulfill the students'
educational needs. Our counselors are always ready with informa-
tion about career choices and college admissions. Whether a stu-
dent has questions about military or vocational training, financial
aid or college applications, the counselors are always willing to
All of this vast information is available either in the Guidance
Office or from the many experienced counselors whom Arlington is V
so appreciative to have.
Mrs. Bachor Miss Miller Mr. Lacey Mr. Mueller
Miss Hall Ms. Panson X i'ii . Mrs. Hanlon Mrs. Stanton
Guidance Secretary Guidance Secretary
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English Department Secretary A. V Secretary Nurse's Office Secretary Nl1fSC'S Office Secretary
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School Nurse Teacher
Arlington's libraries serve not only as an excellent source of
reference books and literature, but also as a college and career
information center. The computer in the North Campus library can
print out information about college and job opportunities. The
South Campus library, although without a resource career center,
has an up-to-date collection of career materials. Students are urged
to make use of these materials as often as possible.
Future expansion of the library is still being planned. As of yet, a
grant to update resource references has not yet been obtained. Both
Miss Buthmann and Mrs. Davis stress the need for an enlargement
of the libraries and a general overhaul of the references now avail-
able. In its present state, however, the library has proven itself
invaluable to all students.
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Mrs. J asinski Mrs. Gibson
Mrs. Rauf Mrs. Iori
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At Arlington, learning the basics of English
is stressed. Special emphasis is placed on of-
fering a diversified curriculum. Students are
placed in various levels which are developed to
fit each student's individual needs.
As a senior, one is able to choose two half-
year courses such as Drama, Poetry, English
and World Literature. Another challenging
course is the full year A.P English course. One
experiences a chronological study of literature
from Greek tragedies to 20th century poetry.
A student has the possibility of earning Ad-
vanced Placement by scoring well on the A.P.
Exam given in May. After graduation, many
Arlington students attend colleges and univer-
sities with a strong background in English.
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The social studies department at Arlington offers stu-
dents a variety of academic levels and chances to study
histories and cultures from all over the world. Students
can learn about everything from local history to ancient
European civilizations, Middle Eastern values, Medieval
Europe's customs, and American History. The list contin-
Seniors have many electives from which they can
choose. For instance, they have the option of studying the
human mind in Psychology. In this course, they study
Freud's theories, analyze dreams and try meditation. An-
thropology, another elective, is a detailed study of cul-
tures, some of which are far removed from our own. Law
related education is yet another unique choice for seniors.
They can learn about court room procedures and examine
specific cases. For those seniors wishing a challenge, Mrs.
Kimels A.R course offers an intense study of European
History. Actual source material is often used to enhance
students' knowledge about historical societies. These dif-
ferent social studies courses, in addition to others, allow
seniors to discover new interests which they might like to
pursue further in college.
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Arlington's Math department offers
an extensive program which includes re-
medial, basic and business mathematics,
regents and A.R calculus courses. Due
to the wide variety of choices in the math
area, students are able to become at least
mathematically literate. For those stu-
dents who wish to excel further, the pro-
gram certainly presents a number of op-
portunities to do so.
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Another strong department at
Arlington is the Science depart-
ment. A wide spectrum of science
courses is available to students
during high school. For those inter-
ested in science as a possible ca-
reer, A.P Biology and A.P. Physics
are freshman college courses
which provide in-depth studies of
those topics, and also a chance at
credit. Other courses include IPS,
Biology, Chemistry, and Physics.
Thus, even if you won't be the next
Einstein, there is still something in
science to interest you.
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The Foreign Language department continues
to be a very active segment of Arlingtonls curricu-
lum. With over a thousand students involved in
the study of a second language, it is no wonder
that the Russian, French, Spanish and German
classes plan many interesting activities.
The Spanish 4 8: 5 classes went to see El Som-
brero de Tres Picos in New York City this fall.
After the play, the students were allowed to go in
groups to Spanish restaurants.
French classes are continuing to benefit from
the Wiecha Method, taught by Mrs. Cheryl Blan-
chette. Last year French 4 8: 5 classes went to see
a French movie, Les Enfants du Paradis, and
followed the movie with lunch at a French restau-
rant. A similar trip is planned for this year.
French students also traveled to France last year,
visiting Paris, as well as some rural areas.
Although German is not offered until the ninth
grade, there is considerable participation in the
program during the freshman through senior
Participation in the Russian department is
somewhat smaller than that of other language
programs. Regardless, Mrs. Barley will take ju-
niors and seniors to Russia again this year, where
they will tour Kiev, Moscow and Leningrad.
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From Utility typing to Data Processing, our Busi-
ness Education Department offers a wide variety of
secretarial and management courses. With business
being such a vital part of the economy and world, it
is important to have this education available right
here at Arlington.
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The Driver's Education
program offers a unique op-
portunity for future drivers.
The course centers around
various methods of learning.
Class time includes lectures,
safety films, and testing
knowledge of motor laws and
techniques. Car simulators
are used regularly, as are the
cars themselves. This hands-
on practice is particularly
valuable and instructive.
The course is a combination
of theoretical and practical
driving methods, and has
been a great asset in helping
many students gain knowl-
edge and experience.
Although required, the course
offering in health is enjoyed by a
majority of students. It is an im-
portant course because it brings
many vital facts to the students,
attention. Subjects such as phys-
ical well-being, mental illness, al-
cohol and drug abuse, and sex-edu-
cation are discussed. The curricu-
lum follows the textbook, Tune
into Health, and is further en-
hanced by guest speakers, films,
and additional reading material.
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Physical Education is required during all four years of high
school, but the wide choice of activities enables a student to partici-
pate in a variety of sports. Everything is offered, from field hockey,
archery and soccer in the fall, to softball and tennis in the spring.
Students can take advantage of the diversified physical education
department and benefit from it.
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Mr. Horton Mr. Johnson
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The Arlington Resource Room's main purpose is to
have all the students looked upon as equals. This goal is
achieved by giving individualized attention to each stu-
dent. All of the teachers are very motivated and pro-
vide special support for all of their students. The Ar-
lington Resource Room is an important part of Arling-
ton High School.
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The Hearing Program at Arlington enables
hearing impaired students to take part in the re-
quired courses, as well as a variety of electives,
through the aid of well-trained interpreters. In
this way, they are not excluded from the normal
classroom situation. Students who are involved
academically and socially with the hearing im-
paired realize that there are many other ways of
communicating aside from verbally.
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Whether a student is looking into art as a career or
as a hobby, the art department offers a wide range of
courses from Studio Art Cbasicsj to Sculpturing,
Ceramics, and Drawing and Painting. Those courses
not only increase knowledge in the arts, but they also
develop latent skills. This is most evident when the
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Because of the careers and job opportunities
available to skilled craftsmen, many students opt
for industrial art courses during high school to
gain background in their fields of interest.
The different courses offered include wood
shop, electric shop, metal shop, photography, and
transportation. Some of the work done by stu-
dents is displayed in cases in the hallway between
the gym and industrial arts rooms.
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Arlington's Home Economics courses
provide knowledge of skills useful to
have when running a household. Sewing,
cooking, and even a course in Child De-
velopment, which houses a nursery, are
part of the curriculum. Students greatly
benefit from these pragmatic courses.
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Spirit Week kicked off major fall events at Arlington this year. During this
week students donned various articles of clothing for music day, hat day, and
school spirit day. The highlight was Arlington's third successful Homecoming
game and dance, held on October 8, 1983.
The football game at 9:00 led off the day. Although the Arlington Admirals lost
to Newburgh, 21 - 7, the game was memorable because we scored our first
touchdown of the season. During halftime, the marching band played and the
homecoming float, replete with the Homecoming theme of "Arlington reigns?
presented the Homecoming nominees and added much excitement to the dayls
The climax of that evening at the Homecoming Dance was the crowning of
Darren Horvath as king, and Beth Clayton as queen. Entertainment was provided
by the band "Pyperf' Through the combined efforts of our new advisor, Mrs.
Tillman, and members of the Student Government, Arlington continued its
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Junior Ring Dance
On October 14, 1983, class president Jennifer
Laguzza presided over the traditional presenta-
tion of class rings. 300 students danced to music
by the D.J. from Capricorn II. Helen Antipov
was the lucky recipient of the 525.00 prize.
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arching Band Invitational
On October 16th, the Arlington High School Marching Band hosted its
eighth annual Invitational. A total of about ten bands participated. One of
the bands, Marcus Whitman, from Rushville, NY, was housed by Admiral
Band members throughout the weekend of the competition. Other bands
were from New Jersey, and throughout the rest of the Empire State.
Crowds of about 1,000 cheered the Admiral Band on to a score of 90 Cout
of 1001 points. The undefeated band was led by the efforts of drum major
Katie Meyerson. Although Arlington did not compete in the Invitational,
their score would have been sufficient to win nearly any competition they
would have attended.
Arlington's Color Guard, led by Jeannine Liu, also excelled in the compe-
tition. Their outstanding participation in the Invitational greatly enhanced
the spectators' view of the band.
All of Arlington can be very proud of this well-attended event.
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The year of hard work, practicing, and
fund-raising is going to be rewarding this
summer when the orchestra travels to
Vienna, Austria for an International
Music Competition. Other highlights of
the year include trips to New York City,
Albany, and a Pops Concert in March.
Kenneth St. Onge
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South Campus rohestra
Antonio Pizzuti, Concert Master
Director: Mr. Robinowitz
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Contra Bass Clarinet
Kenneth St. Onge
Director: Mr. Sweeney
Director: Mr. Robmowitz
Director: Mr. Sweeney
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Director: Mr. Tanove
Tom St. Onge
Ken St. Onge
Paula Jean Mills
Michele St. Onge
Director: Mr. Sweeny
The Admiral Marching Band, under the command of drum
major Katie Meyerson and guard captain Jeannine Liu, had a
most successful season earning the approval and admiration of
fans everywhere they performed. The ba'nd had an undefeated
season and won three major titles, the Tournament of Bands
Chapter V Championships, the TO.B. Atlantic Coast Cham-
pionships, and the Eastern Marching Band Association Cham-
dmiral Winter Guard
Director: Mr. Hart
Assistant director: Mr. Papineau
Captain: Jeannine Liu
Michele St. Onge
Though only in its fourth year, the Admiral Winter Guard already has
proven itself to be one of the best. Currently holding the highest score in the
United States and Canada, the guard is now recognized on a national level.
Their combination of militarism and ballet has taken the guard to unbelievable
heights! They plan to travel to Dayton, Ohio and to compete in the Winter
Guard International Olympics. Their goal is making the top five in the country
Many hours are spent each week at rehearsal. The guard's development of
poise, skill, and technique is a very dedicated process. Blending all, the guard
continuously strives for perfection. Their director, Mr. Thomas Hart, is the key
to the guard's success. In addition to rehearsing with them each week, Mr.
Hart coordinates the entire program which includes the design of uniform,
selection of music, arranging of competitions, and choreography of drill and
work of this accomplished guard.
The music begins,
the heart beats faster.
It stirs the soul,
and makes a body float across the floor
Choreographed movements of color
Crescendos accented with a high quad
or a flashy flag movement.
A ballet of weapons enters and takes
The music increases and envelopes the
They become a wild, frenzied mass,
leading us to the finale.
We become one huge butterfly,
full of beauty, grace, and poise.
We have captured their hearts and have
moved them into our domain.
There is no escape,
they are caught in our wonderland.
The "fever'l has spread,
we have lifted someone's heart.
Our love and devotion has shone through
they are happy, we are happy.
That is what it is really all about.
By Valerie Basch
South Campus Chorus
The South Campus treble chorus under the direction of Mrs.
Susan Frazee had three scheduled performances for the school
year, a winter concert, a mid-winter concert, and a spring concert.
In addition to these performances, the group sang at various nurs-
ing homes and community functions. This chorus, combined with
the North Campus Treble Chorus, received an A+ rating in the
N.YS.S.M.A. choral competition last spring and participated
again this year. Two of its members, Fran Brown and Lisa Davey,
competed in Area All-State this past fall. Six freshman were cho-
sen for the D.C.M.E.A. Junior High School Festival.
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Ann Elizabeth Frazee
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Junior High Festival
The chorus is accompanied by
pianists Lisa Davey and Steven
Director: Mrs. Frazee
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This year, the chorus, under the direction of
Mr. Palmieri, sang in many other concerts be-
sides the Christmas and Spring ones. The tra-
ditional Christmas and Spring concerts were
formalized with performances at the First
Lutheran Church. This chorus sang with the
Poughkeepsie and Roosevelt H.S. choruses,
which culminated in a performance with the
Hudson Valley Philharmonic in the spring.
"Mixed" also sends soloists and ensembles to
the NYSSMA competition.
Mary St. Onge
Anita Lee Christine Tao
Carl Linich Deborah Tompkins
Bill Mack Kimberly Trenchard
Tzvi Mackson Damon Vandemark
Gwyneth Mainwaring Rebecca Way
Ed Murray Chris Peterson
Director: Mr. Palmieri
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Madrigals, a four part singing group,
was created just last year. With three
singers on each of the SATB parts, this
dozen performs a cappella with Mixed
and Treble Choruses. Madrigals usually
meet Monday nights. Auditions each
year are open.
Director: Mr. Palmieri
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Editor-in-Chief: Andrea Stern
Business and Subscription Editor: Advisors:
Cover Design: Teanna Orogz
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Kim Seaman-Vice President
Liz Ann Harkins-Vice President
Jill Sweeney-Vice President
Sylvia Park-Vice President
Student Government had a very productive year. Homecom-
ing 1983, with the theme of "Arlington Reignsf' was a huge
success. We, with the help of the Arlington community, contrib-
uted to the Muscular Dystrophy Association through our Janu-
ary twelve hour Dance-a-thon. Our third annual Battle of the
Bands, always a favorite, added some variety to the year. G.O.
has filled this year with many memorable and enjoyable events.
Anna Maria Kokkinis
Advisors: Mrs. Tillman, Mrs. Kerzne
Tara Burke, President
Ana McDermott, Vice President
Cindy Marsh, Secretary
Anita Lee, Treasurer
Michelle Holland, Sergeant at Arms
Vicky Wohl, Program Chairperson
One of the best ways to enjoy win-
ter weather and the snow is to join Ski J
Club. On its many skiing daytrips, the
club members go to many local ski
areas in the Catskills 84 Berkshires.
The club also plans an annual week-
end trip to Killington, Vermont which
is always a smashing success.
Advisor: Mr. Johnson
Ann Marie Gray
Liz Ann Harkins
Many people consider donating blood to
be no major concern of theirs. Yet to others,
such as accident victims, it could mean the
saving of their lives.
Anyone 17 or older and heavier than 110
pounds is eligible and urged to donate a pint
of blood. If some of you out there are afraid
to donate--NONSENSE! In the short,
painless time it takes, you may save a pre-
Advisor: Mr. Johnson
Damon Van Demark
The International Club is fobvi-
ouslyl one of the more popular or-
ganizations. Its members help for-
eign exchange students become
acquainted with Arlington stu-
dents. They have several parties
each year and plan trips to various
cities. These trips have included
visits to Boston and Washington
Advisor: Mr. Johnson
President: Bill Mack
Vice-President: Ian Hoey
Secretary: Paula-Jeanne Mills
Treasurer: Aileen Duffy
Susan La Gasse
Juan Aroztequi QSpainJ
Anette Bode CGermanyJ
Jean DeSaulles QFranceJ
Maria Esparza fSpainJ
Antonio Felippe CBrazilJ
Leonie Hermsen CNetherlandsJ
Yvonne Leuzinger fGermanyJ
Clara Lopera fColumbiaJ
Gabriela Munoz fSpainJ
Ricardo Tavares fBrazilJ
Marko Virtanen fFinlandJ
Foreign Exchange Students
With help from Spanish Heri-
tage, Rotary Club and Youth for
Understanding, students from
Spain, France, Brazil, the Nether-
lands, Germany, Columbia, and
Finland have the chance to live
with American families and to at-
tend American high schools. These
students benefit from their stay by
increasing their English speaking
abilities and learning about our so-
ciety. We, in turn, have the oppor-
tunity to become friends with peo-
ple our own age who have different
cultural backgrounds from which
we are able to learn many new
The Spanish Club is growing
with help from Mrs. Hinz. Mem-
bers from both campuses meet to
discuss club activities. They cele-
brated Christmas differently this
year. The club's Christmas party
was held at Maura Burn's house on
January 6, the day most Spanish-
speaking countries celebrate
Christmas. Each year Mrs. Hinz
and students from levels four and
five Spanish go to either Spain or
Mexico. It is a great opportunity to
get out and practice Spanish in ev-
ery day situations.
Advisor: Mrs. Hinz
President: Chris Ragonese
Vice President: Lisa Smith
Secretary: Diane Beazley
Treasurer: Kristin Moore
Advisor: Madame Blanchette
President: Tracie Mertz
V-P: Anita Lee
Secretary: Norrie Seligman
Treasurer: Agnes Yando
The French Club, under the su-
pervision of Cheryl Blanchette,
had a most wonderful year. With
about 15 active members, much
was accomplished. The members
dined at the Pavillon restaurant
and went to New York City for
some French cuisine and a movie.
Thanks to all the members who
made this club the best.
Nous sommes les meilleurs!
Advisor: Mrs. Jane Barley
President: Jeffrey Yin
V-P: Sally Ottaway
Treasurer: Tim Hsieh
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Under the direction of Mrs. Barley, the Russian Club ar-
ranged and participated in many activities this year, ranging
from a M8cM's candy sale to a Christmas party. Club officers
were also elected at the beginning of the year.
But the big event of 1983-84, like last year, was the trip to the
Soviet Union. From April 12 to April 29, the group of Juniors
and Seniors traveled to Moscow, Leningrad, and Kiev.
All who participated in the trip enjoyed themselves tremen-
dously and thought the trip to be a very valuable, worthwhile
and fun experience.
Slava is the National High School Slavic Honor
Society. It serves as a means of recognition of aca-
demic excellence in the study of Slavic languages,
literature, and culture on the high school level. To
qualify for Slava, students must be in the fourth
leyAel Russian class and must have maintained a
minimum average grade of eighty-eight during all
four years. Arlington is proud to be one of the thirty-
five nationally established chapters of this presti-
The German Club got off to a great start this year. With the
help of our German teaching assistant, Elizabeth Binder, we
were able to plan many new activities. These included a cooking
session in which we tried many German specialities and a tradi-
tional German Karnival in the beginning of March.
Advisor: Mrs. Willey
President: Andrea Stem
Vice President: Bill Mack
Secretary: Jeanne Orosz
Treasurer: Anette Bode
Anna Maria Kokkinis
The Debate Club is an exciting activity for
the "loquacious young scholars" of Arlington.
Much work went into researching, writing,
and debating original legislation. The year
came to a climax this spring when Arlington
held its first "Model Congressf' Hopefully, the
tradition will be continued throughout the
years to come.
President: Margo Miller
Co-Vice Pres.: Ana McDermott,
Secretary: Ellen Grosshans
Treasurer: Anita Lee
The Arlingtonian, the school's news-
paper, distributed to all students and fac-
ulty, had a year of exceptional success,
more than doubling the frequency of its
publication the year before. Articles ap-
peared on subjects as diverse as local and
national political contentions, school
sports and other activities, and artistic
criticism. One issue devoted most of its
space to the protracted labor dispute be-
tween the teachers and the District
Board of Education, with discussion and
interviews concerning its many ramifica-
tions. Contrasting opinions and com-
mentary on questions of vital concern to
students are other regular features of the
newspaper. The success of The Arling-
tonian has been due not only to the integ-
rity and hard work of its editorial board,
with its faculty advisor, but also to the
enthusiastic support of contributing
members of the student body.
Advisor: Mr. Ginsberg, Mr. Rostanzo
Editor: Jenny Ferguson
Assistant Editor: Nancy Rogers, Paula-
Business Editor: Christine Sienkiewicz
Art: Douglas Feeney
Sports: Dan Pietrafesa
Business: Corinne Luckfield, Raymond
Advisor: Mrs. Kirn
Editor: Sharlene Sullivan
Everness, a literary magazine put out
by its staff each year, is an accumulation
of artwork, short stories and poems.
Anyone is welcome to submit any type of
literary work. Throughout the year the
staff meets to discuss literary submis-
sions. The publishing of Everness is fi-
nanced by fundraising. The members of
Everness work during the school year to
produce an interesting literary publica-
Advisors: Mr. Eric Buergers, Mrs. An-
drea Buergers, Mr. Gary Palmieri
In the past five years, the Arlington
Drama Club has grown into a reputable
theatre group, offering an outlet for cre-
ative, individualistic students. Drama
Club members have worked hard to pro-
duce excellent quality productions. Last
June, the Arlington Drama Department
won a total of seven County Players
awards, including "Best Musicalv for "A
Funny Thing Happened on the Way to
the Forumf' This year, the drama club
upheld its outstanding reputation with
its winter production of "The Fantas-
Cast of "The Fantasticks'
Matt W. Sakkas
The Chess Club is a rather unknown, but established club at
Arlington. Monday after school the members meet and challenge
each other with complex chess moves.
Advisor: Mr. Robinowitz
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The following students participated in the C.V,S. program this year:
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The CMS. program made several changes this year. In the
past, students have earned credit by volunteering their time and
earning 150 volunteer hours for a half unit of credit. In addition
to the requirement of submission of hours, students were re-
quired to submit self evaluation forms and teacherfsupervisor
evaluation forms at the end of each semester in order to earn
credit. By doing so, students were able to reflect on their volun-
teer experience and determine to what extent they benefited
from volunteering. Most found it to be a very rewarding experi-
A. Scott Richards
Mary St. Onge
Thomas St. Onge
Director: Mrs. Andrea Buergers
orth and South Campus
"It's a tough job, but someonels got to do itf, With this quote
from an A.V member, we should all appreciate the Audio-
Visual Department more. From obtaining films for classes to
carting around televisions for educational purposes to lighting
the stage for musical concerts and plays, A.V is present all
Tom St. Onge
The bookstore is a vital part of Arling-
ton. How would we cram for exams with-
out its review books? The bookstore sells
not only books, but also candy, pens, pen-
cils, notebooks, almost anything with an
Arlington insignia on it. Drop by the
bookstore sometime and see what it's
Advisor: Mr. Rostanzo
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The purpose of the Technical
Education Center is to prepare
students in the skills and techni-
cal knowledge required for en-
tering a skilled occupation.
B.O.C.E.S. should not be
thought of as something sepa-
rate and apart, but rather as the
Occupational Education wing
of Arlington High School.
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Peggy Van Leuven
Arlington is one of the few high schools fortunate
enough to have a senior year "bridge', program with Mar-
ist College. This program bridges the gap between high
school and college and forces the student to mature to a
college level because the student attends college during
his last year of high school. The program requires that the
student complete the physical education requirement and
take AP English and one other AP course at Arlington. In
addition, the student must take three courses at Marist,
which may or may not be offered at Arlington. Unexpect-
edly, many students find the high school AP courses to be
more difficult than the college courses. Some choose to
enroll in the Early Admissions Programg these students
attend five classes at Marist and none at Arlington. The
Marist Bridge Program allows the senior at Arlington an
opportunity to earn credits that count toward both a high
school and a college diploma while enjoying the social and
academic experiences of a college campus. After complet-
ing this program, most students transfer to another college
as a sophomore. The Marist Bridge Program certainly.
benefits the students in many ways.
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Fischler, Paul Clarke, Mark Pfeifer, Mike Ferrari. 3rd Row Lft. to Rt.: Kurt Hahn,
Daniel Hickey, Bill Nolan, Ken Scholfield, William Moriarty, Chris Dellacamera, Bob
Brushchini, Chris Davies. 4th Raw Lft. to Rt.: Craig Beyer, Alfio Romano, John
Passarelli, Ryan Aguiar, Shawn Magurno, Paul Jaggi, Gary Palmeri. 5lh Row Lft. to
Rt.: Joseph Petrosky, Tim Tyler, Paul Sherman, Adam Sigler, Jim Beaman. On the
Ground: Mike Talbot, Wayne Woodbrey, Henry Heissenbuttel fCapt.J, Walter Ballard
QCapt.J, Chris Dellacamera, Russ Nicholas, Keith Zimmerman.
Coach Bill Murphy
Assistant Coaches - Joe DeRosa, Tony Selenza
Trainer George Johnson
All County Division One:
Walter Ballard, Wayne Woodbrey, Henry Heisse
Rob O'Rourke, Walter Ballard, Gary Palmeri
Top Sackers: Joe Nagy, Chris Dellacamera
Top Rushes: Walter Ballard, Gary Palmeri
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Team record 5-3-1
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was still competitive.
Back Row, Lt. lo Rt.: Bob Filardi, Tom Hinderer, Mike Sullivan, Mike Scalpi, Jud Maldar-
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Lance Klaproth. 3rd Row, Lt. to Rt.: Ray Longchamps, Dylan Howell, Mike Kem, Paul
Lucas, Jerry Pfitscher, Brian Casserly, Mark Lucas, Sean Johnson. 2nd Row, Ll. lo Rl..
Artie Green, Scott Filion, Chris Sleeter, Jake Rifenburgh, Bret Okraski, Jim Hall, Mike
Brengal, Dave Melby, Mike Hyman, Mike Kleinfelder, Jeff Simon, Bill Avenzzano, Jim
Smith, Bob Tobin, Keith Jacobs. Fronr Row, LI. to Rt.: John Calogero. QMgr.J Mike
Bushee, John Riley, John Cocca, Bob Hanaburgh, Joe DePablo, Herb Olmsted CCaptainJ,
John Beyer QCaptainJ, Eric Burfeindl, Steve Palmer, Dave Laffin, Dan Ferrari, Shawn
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Head Coach: Wayne Butler
Assistant Coach: Jan Stoutenburgh
The Cross Country team had a pretty active season,
having meets every Saturday and most Tuesdays. Steve
Topefer and Dennis Cormier led the boys' team, and Rob-
in Lotz led the girls to a satisfying season.
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The Arlington Varsity field hockey team is truly looking up. Despite
having only one senior on the team this year, the team improved its record
and skills from last year. Our outstanding sophomore goalie, Carol Cuevas,
was chosen for the first team of Conference A, and in her first year of
playing, Terri Kelly, a junior offensive wing, was picked for the Journal's all-
star team. The team is enthusiastically looking forward to next year because
the team will be made up of experienced players and hopes to have another
season of great effort and improvement.
Coach: Miss Pat Harkins
Mgrs: Colleen Kindra 8L Calvin Shelton
Lara Inman, Capt.
Ann Saylor, Capt.
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This year Arlington fielded its first .l.V. field
hockey team. The team consisting of young
players demonstrated great spirit and enthusi-
asm throughout the season. Next year, the
team is looking to improve their skills and to
move up to the Varsity squad.
Coach: Miss Pat Harkins
Heidi Wohlleber, Capt.
Alicia Hubecky, Capt.
For the second year in a row, the Varsity Soccer Team reached
the New York State Class A Soccer Finals. However, they failed to
achieve the ultimate win. Instead, they were defeated by Cardinal
Mooney in a 1-0 game. During the 1983 campaign, the Admirals
compiled a record of 22-2-1: the first loss being a 2-1 defeat by
Shenendahowag the other being the loss to Cardinal Mooney. How-
ever, Arlington was able to avenge its loss to Shenendahowa by
beating them in a heart stopping State quarter final game which
few in attendance will ever forget. This year's team finished second
in the state rankings. In fact, over the last four years, the Arlington
team has never been ranked lower than number 5, and next year
looks to be another promising season with several returning players
including Chris Szanto"', Tim Lane, and Scott Grimes on defense,
Ken Perkins, and Chris Mygan in the midfield, Paul Fedor and
Dean Jack on offense, and Rich Carlacci in the goal.
Outstanding Seniors: Chris Kapogiannis: Defense
John Bayne: Midfield
Tom Clark: Offense
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Coach: Gary Montalto
John Bayne, Capt.
Tom Clark, Capt.
Luke Burke, Manager
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Mike Kemmerer, David Horton, Keith Walsh, Mike Tucci, Joe Eppich, Scott
Fedor, Keith Sanborn, John Bencher, Bill Mayer. 2nd Row Joe Burns, Lance
Moore, Rob Unterberger, Brian Fountain, Jim Nugen, John Gatins, Scott Dean,
Todd Tortorici, John Chiabica, Chris Dribush, Mr. Sanborn,
Head Coach - Jim Sanborn
Team Captain: Mike Tucci, Keith Walsh
Another successful year passed as the Arlington J .V. Soccer
lived up to its old traditions, compiling a record of 12-4-2. The
team was a very young one, made up of many Freshmen. Look-
ing ahead to next year, it will hold up the tradition with many
strong returning players.
Coach: Glenn VanBramer
Asst. Coach: Charlie Utter
Manager: Mike Murphy
Back Row: Ray Conta, Marko Virtanen, Mike Garan, Jamie VanBramer,
Tim Tyler, Coach VanBramer, Tom Eagan, Asst. Coach Charlie Utter, Peter
Barclay, Manager Mike Murphy, Tom Domicoli, Joe Del Rio, Anders Park-
er, Jay Williams, Ray Edel. Franz Row: Brad Williams, .lay Macuga, Walter
Wright, Kurt VanBramer, Mike Hyman, Steve Palmer, Mike Paul
The Arlington Hockey team had its most successful season
in three years this year under the leadership of team captain
Jamie VanBramer, Alternate Captain Tom Domicoli, and
goal tender Mike Paul. The team's drive to the playoffs was
also helped by key players Peter Barclay, Tom Eagan, Tim
Tyler, and freshman Steve Palmer.
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Although this years' Varsity team had a new
coach, the season was productive. Success doesn't
always come to a team, but the trying players put
forth good effort to come up with several wins. All in
all, the season was enjoyable.
Captains - Ann Lehmkuhl and
Coach: Kathleen Cole
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Coach: Margie Bellows
Renee Farrier, Capt.
Pam Doherty, capt.
Coach: Margaret Kelly
Rhoda Smith, Capt.
The boys Varsity Basketball team, coached by
Woody Osterhoudt, had a strong squad this year.
They were paced by leading scorer Dave Wallace
and leading rebounder Greg Starzyk. The team also
received strong support from seniors Steve Chiavelli
and Rob O,Rourke, and juniors Mike Thomas and
The team captured the Roosevelt Christmas Tour-
nament in December. After the first 9 games, the
Admirals were 7-2, and first place in their league.
This made Coach Osterhoudt and team members
confident that Arlington would win its first league
title since 1967.
Dave Wallace, Captain
Darren Horvath, Captain
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lst Row, Lft. to Rt.: Dave Callot, Terry Banks, Paul Reyes-Guerra, Mike Tuci,
Ricky Osterhaudt, Laurence LaDue. 2nd Row Lft. to Rt.: Paul Wallace, Steve
Cleaver, Donald Manning, Jeff Kearney, Dave Kirk, Dominic Manco. Coach:
In just a few short years no one will be able to recall the record
of the Junior Varsity Boys Basketball Team of 1983-1984 and
the names of the team members will have escaped even the most
devoted fans. However, the players and certainly the coach of
this diligent group will be able to look back upon the season and
realize that they achieved a rarity in recent athletic competi-
tion. They worked and performed on the court as members of a
Highlights of the team's season will show two double overtime
victories against Mahopac and Poughkeepsie, a number of
come-from-behind upsets, and several outstanding individual
performances in crucial situations. The real value however, was
gained when the players saw their team mates come to practice
despite being injured, ill fdespite the protests from Momj, and
fully aware of the fact that they would not see much playing
time, if any at all, in the games. This remarkable devotion to a
team effort is what made this season an outstanding one.
Freshman Boys' asketball
The boys freshman team had a successful season. They
fielded a competitive team, learned much about their sport,
and demonstrated good sportmanship, and school spirit both
on and off the court.
Coach - Steven Keene
Managers - Scott McCoy
Girls' Varsity Basketball
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ball team continued to show steady improvement. It was an enjoyable
season despite the lack of success. The program looks forward to more
improvement in the future.
Sue Ward, Captain
Amy Filion, Manager
Christine Ong, Captain
Coach: Mr. Beams
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The Arlington Girls J .V. Basketball team had a
successful season due to dedication and a com-
plete team effort. Their victorious season prom-
ises hope for the future.
Coach: Anna May Duncan Pam Grey
Kara Taylor, Captain Debbie McGann
Michelle Freed Jennifer Tyler
Carol Cuevas Jana Bedell
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Asst. Coach: Randy Petagine
1983-1984 record: 8-4
Bottom, Lft. to Rt.: Bill Boccard, Dale Robin, Scott Anderton, Craig Walters,
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Coach: Mr. Selage
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Record: 2-12 overall
Coach: Gail DiMicco
Managers: Lisa Karpinski
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mourrir sur tes levres.
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would be U' you could share each day
with me. . .nowlrealize those days are
gone, and all the memories left holding
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"The dream is done: the song is over. . .
wish I 'd something more to say." -
"Time " -Pink Floyd
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"You and I both know the score, we
can 't go on this wayforever, so its with
regret I tell you now,from this moment
on . . . we're on our own" - Genesis
"Make a move across the Rubicon, fu-
tures knockin' at your door. Take your
time and choose the one you want, op-
portunity is yours." - Journey
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Steve, thanks for all the special memo-
ries. I love you forever! Leah, Roni,
Ron, we had so many excellent times. I
love you all! We made it!
Times are goodg times were bad, and
their total's just begun. For though
we've beaten back the night, there are
more wars to be won.
"U I had a box just for wishes and
dreams that could never come true, the
box would be empty except for the
memories of how they were answered
by you."- JC '
The permanent temptation in life is to
confuse dreams with reality. The per-
manent defeat in life comes when
dreams are surrendered to reality.
"I know the night isfading and I know
the times gonna fly and I'm never
gonna tell you everything I gotta tell
Cutler - calm yourself.
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A special thanks to my Mom and Dad
who made everything possible, and to
Paul who made all of my dreams come
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Walter C. Ballard, Jr.
"When my ship comes in, I'll probably
be at the airport." - LJ
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you, but I know Igotta give it a try. "-
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"Friendship often ends in love: but love,
in friendship - never "
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Valerie Basch Marris Baskin Steven Bathrick John Bayne
"The moment of lie has its rest in its "Make ig Wgnh the price we pay."-
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Thanks to Adam and Kerrie.
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Tara Am1 Beck
Many thanks to all my friends, especial-
ly Karen. A very special thanks to my
Mom and Dad because I could have
"Ifyou get confused, listen to the music
Peace, love, and thanks to all my
"The only way to regenerate the world
is to do the duty which lies nearest to
us, and not to hunt after grand, far-
fetched ones for ourselves. " -Kingsley
never done it without them. I love you
"The story of life is quicker than the
wink ofan eye,' the story oflove is hello
and goodbye, until we meet again." -
.limi Hendrix September 17, 1970.
Karen Lyn Bertolozzi
"Good nature is worth more than
knowledge, more than money, more
than honor to the persons who possess
it." -Henry Ward Beecher
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"I can be what I want to be and all I
need is to get my. . . Boogie Down."-
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"You can't always get what you want, Spring Track 234-Hammer throw
but if you try, sometimes you jus! Winter Track 234
might find, you get what you need."
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Beth Ann Beyer
I wouldn't wish for a smooth path in life,
or one without failure and trials. I've
learned more from the bumps and
rough spots, than from easy miles,
Just play ball or be an entertainer
'cause guys like me can't read too well
-Grand Master Flash
I've finally made it. Thanks to GB, RK
EB, KS, JS. But now comes the hard
part. All you Ford and Chrysler lovers
remember CHEVY will live forever.
Elizabeth Borgoy Maria Braig Paula Brengel
"This bridge will only take you haU- "What lies behind us and what lies be- Needing people isn't just what they do
way there - The last few steps you'll fore us are tiny matters compared to for you, but how they make you feel.-
have to take alone. -Shel Siverstein what lies within us!" I'd like to wish my JMLThanks WS KH MS CL PP KS JC
friends KM, TB, 8: PM, the best of Marching Band 34 Winter Guard 34
ls it time already? Time flies when
you're having fun! To all my friendsg
Good luck in the future, and l'll miss
"Dt A C " '
"Give peace a chance.
Get up and dance,
and I say rock-n-roll
music to the world."
"Y0u've nothing to give the world that
anyone else can 't give except yoursel "
Thanks Susan, Bill, and all my friends
for a great year!
"The fact is, no matter how closely I
study it, no matter how I take it apart,
it remains consistent. I wish you were
here to see it." -King Crimson
"Let1sjill our hearts with the truth of
purpose. Lets look up and not down.
Lets have faith in God and seUf Come
on, Lets live!" -E.W. Hill
'94 vague sensation quickens in my
young and restless heart, and a bright
and aimless vision has me longing to
I may not be perfectly wise, perfectly
witty or perfectly wonderful . . . but I'm
always perfectly me! Thanks Kim! B12
l love you!
Gerald Bruton Kristin Buckley
Ann Campillii Jeffrey Cannone
'An obstacle is something you see when
you take your eye ojfthe goal you are
trying to reach." -unknown
A BIG THANK YOU SK CD SO JW
AG KMg I love you!
"If love never lasts foreven whats for-
ever for? "
"Now its clear. . . that the moment we
lookedfor is here . . . and counting the
years is all that I want to do . . . " A.S.
"Tn I,LL ALWAYS LOVE YOU!
For the words never said and the feel-
ings never conveyed I say to you now -
I love you. I pray God will keep you in
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Follow your dreams to wherever they
Thanks to all my friends who made high
SPECIAL THANKS TO LEE!!!
Robert Caso Audra Cassell
Believe in all that we could be,
and all that we have been,
and all that we are.
t . IA
Christine Marie Chabot
"Living is the art of loving."
To my special friend, Michele, thanks
for always being there when I needed
you. Joe 8L Chris Forever.
"Life is a test and this world a place of
Thanks to all who helped me through
the four-year trial.
SteVel'l Clli3V8ui Jghn Chrysler
"Leaves have fallen all around,
Time to be on my way.
Thanks to you, I 'm much obliged
It was such a pleasant stay.
Barry Clark Carol Clark
"Though Isit down now, the time will
come when you will hear me."
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book 4 Chorus 4
You can turn this world around and
bring back all of those HAPPY DAYS.
Put your troubles down. It's time to
Rays of light shine through the clouds
- breaking into rainbow patterns on
the ground. Open your mind and see -
our time has come to be. ROSS peace,
I'm young- I'm wild - and I'm Free
Elizabeth Anne Clayton
"So go run with the sun . . . but come
home to me. l'll be near anytime you
need me. "
. . . Thank you Lars. I love you T'
'And Uyou look a little deeper can't
you see its really all a game"
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Thanks for all the memories and good
times we shared. Special thanks to ED,
KM, LS, MN, and GI
"We're just two lost souls swimming in
ajish bowl year after year. Running
over the same ground, have we found
the same old fear? I'Wsh you were
"Now and forever remember the words
from my heart will always be true to-
gether in all that wefeel heres my love
for you." -GR
There comes a time in every school's life
when it loses its class, fun, and great-
ness. That day will come when Arling-
ton loses me. Thanks HR, DL, SJ, SK,
here. " PF
Violence satisfies the minds of the igno-
rantg I believe that too many people are
Clyde, l love you.
"These are the seasons of emotion, like
the winds they rise dl fall. This is the
wonder of devotion - I see the torch we
all must hold." -Plant
James Coppola Tanya Corcoran John Cordaro
"Don't look back a new day is breakin' "What have the years of your life "Its our time, breathe it in
- Its been too long since I felt this taught you to be? Innocence dyin' in so Worlds to change, worlds to win
way. I don't mind where I get taken - many ways. Things that you dream of Its our turn coming through."
the road is callin' . . . "Boston are lost in the haze." -Kansas -Ste hen Sondheim
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" . . . and U the band you're in starts
playing dwerenl tunes, I'll see you on
the dark side ofthe moon . . . "
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Marco Corrado Edward Crivello Kevin C1-055 Donna Culver
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Though it's tempting to sit injudgement
since flaws are to see,
If I look for good in others,
they may do the same for me.
"You can'l always get what you want,
but Uyou try sometime, youjust might
jind you get what you need . . , "
-The Rolling Stones
Thanks Patty, Ray, Jackie, 8L Peter
"When you do not know what you are
doing, do it neatly."
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"Blackbird singing in the dead ofnight.
Take these broken wingsand learn to
fly all your Iyfe. Wm were only waiting
for this moment to arrive." -Beatles
Toni Anne Damico
'Always leave them laughing when you
-George M. Cohen
Hey Cuz! Thanks and Good Luck!!
Thanks Mom and Dad, I Love You!!
lf you love something, set it free. If it
comes back to you, it is yoursg if it
doesn't, it never was.
Peter D'Avanzo Kristina Marie Davies
"There must be some kindofway out of Success is my goal in life.
here," said the joker to the thief
"Theres too much confusion, Ican't get
no relief "
"Plant your own garden and decorate
your own soul instead of waiting for
someone to bring you flowers."
Jeffrey R. Davis Kelly Davis Sheryl Davis
"The great thing in this world is not so 'Hccept me as I am. Only then will we "Look 0f014I1d. choose yOu OWN gf01U1d,
much where we are, but in what direc- discover each other." smiles you give, tears you cry, all you
tion we are moving." -O.W. Holmes -Frederico Fellini Ioufh. and all you see, is all your life
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"What could be more wonderful than
mastering the art of growing rich in
wisdom while remaining young at
"When you know that your time is close
at hand, maybe then you 'll begin to un-
derstand, lQ'e down there is just a
strange illusion." -Iron Maiden
will ever be." -PF
Joe del Rio
"Just let me tell you before I go blind,
that just like the sun I will shine."
-Alvin Lee, Ten Years After
Sheri, I leave all my love. Mom, Dad,
there's not enough room to thank you
for all you've done. Good luck to all.
Hey Tom Bobby's gonna graduate.
Michelle Marie Denault
"See it all so clear. Time is rightp Time
is near. We know now what to do."
Brad Denney Katie Devendorf
"It is much easier to ride the horse in "The freezer or the cemetery"""
the direction hes going."
TOYOTA - "There is no substitute
-Werner Erhard "lt's a Cinderella story. . MKLB
r' ia '
Scott Devine Barbara Diamond
Afaithfulfriend is a sturdy shelter,' he
whofinds onefinds a treasure. Afaith-
ful friend is beyond price, no sum can
balance his worth. -Sirach 6, 14-17
Pamela E. Doherty
"What lies behind us, and what lies be-
fore us are tiny matters compared to
what lies within us." -RWE
Cheerleading 1234 - Cap't.
The tide rushing in reminds me of
where my life had beeng the water rush-
ing to shore reminds me of what life has
SUSHI1 D0llel'ty Stephen Doland
"What is beautU'ul is ajoyfor all sea-
sons and a possession for all eternity."
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Thanks Agnes and Kathi!!
"What you can do or dream you can
begin it,' Boldness has genius, power,
and magic in il." - Goethe
Until we meet again ,...
"Carry on my wayward son, there will
be peace when you are done. Lay your
weary head to rest,' don't you cry no
more, " -Kansas
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Aside from 'Tm sorry," The only thing
harder to say is "Good-bye" Thanks
Mrs. Gales Brian-n-me 8-6-83
"Within me lies the power to seize the
hour and live my dreams. " -Unknown
"Turn me loose!" -Loverboy
May the happiness in my eyes shine for-
ever in your hearts. To Mom, Dad, Mic,
Ron, and Boober, I send my love and
"Don't walk in front of me, I may not
follow Don 't walk behind me, I may not
lead. Walk beside me and just be my
"I lived inside a shell that was inside a
wall that was under the sea . . . Those
who loved me found me." JF
Dave Chorus Madrigals Wind En-
semble Orch MB Inter Club
"1tisn't the challenge thatfaees us, but
how we meet the challenge that deter-
mines who we are . . . " -R. Bach
AW E S O M E!
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Thanks, Mom, for everything!! And to
Roger, a Special thanks for all the love
and laughter . .. yesterday, today and
tomorrow. Kar if2 I ran out of room!!
I would like to thank all my friends for
the great times, especially Jaci! Special
thanks to my Mom 8: Dad. And to Russ,
I Love You!
"Its a big enough umbrella but its al-
ways me that ends up gelting wel."
"I'11 see you all on the dark side on of
the moon." -PF
Hey Terri Later to ya Joey N. + Joey
G. Love ya Sheryl. ,
I'd like to thank Captain Crunch for
helping me regain consciousness each
and every morning.
Tomorrow is a dream that leads me on-
wardg Today is the nightmare of reality
. . . Face your nightmares and your
dreams will come true.
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Robert Enderle Amy L. Eshelman
"Common sense is very uncommon."
"We do not see things as they are. We
see things as we are."
I hope all you people realize that this is
me and this is how I'm going to stay,
forever! Punk Out T' Yah Right!
To see the hand of God
in the present . , .
And to trust the future
in the hand of God . . .
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"I can still remember the night when I
looked in your eyes. I knew it must be
love. " -Loverboy
Todd -n- Mandy Forever
Is the secret of Peace.
Cheryl Lynn Fecketter
"The world belongs to those who care
deeply, who dream boldly, and live ad-
venturously. " -D.P.
DF TM DS SD and all!
Renee Christine Farrier
We are mere travelers in search of our
dreams. If in that search we find that
special friend, may it be said our
dreams can become reality.
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"One lU'e, I'm going to live it up." -
U' a being does not keep pace with its
companions, perhaps it is because it
hears a diferent drummer, or maybe
its just a weirdo." -Boynton
"Ride easy, my friends. This journey "In the light offorever
ends before it begins."
One is blind to reality,
-Asia For reality lacks eternity." -MF
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"Learn how to love! forget how to hate"
1 want to thank all my friends: R.K.,
M.D., R.S., R.C., Sandy, and especially
my parents 8L family.
Amy Elizabeth Filion
"Memories ofthe past and dreams for
the future, are forever with in the
You're not forgotten here '84! Love Ya'
David Hey Bro! Thanks Mom and Dad
Time is too slow for those who wait, too
long for those who grieve, too short for
those who rejoice. But for those who
love, Time is not.
"You say its easy, but whos to say that
we'd be able to keep it this way. . . but
its easier coming straigtht from the
I love you all!
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"I am just a new boy, a stranger in this
town, where are all the good times?
Who's gonna show this stranger
"These are the times that try mens
souls." -Thomas Paine
Thanks to everyone who helped me
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thefunction and theform. Everybodys
got to deviate from the norm."
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thanks for everything. I'll miss you.
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Live Life so you
have no regrets -so
live it up.
"There is a land ofthe living and a land
ofthe dead, and the bridge is love. The
only survival and the only meaning."
A dream you dream alone is only a
A dream you dream together is reality.
Good luck in the future, Ray.
"Don't be angry
Don't be mad
Don't be sad
over good times had."
If time stops, this moment is forever,
but only this and nothing else. If time
flows, this moment is remembered and
new experiences are allowed to occur.
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Be all you can.
Do all you want.
And never let anyone take that from
"These are the seasons of emotion -
and like the winds they rise and fall."
It's graduation action 1984
Thanks to: CJ, DR, PB!!!!!!
" . . . The story of lUe is quicker than
the wink ofan eye - The story oflove
is hello and goodbye. Until we meet
again . . . "
Thanks Mom and Dad. I love you!
"The real battle hasjust begun to claim
a victory. Jesus won on a Sunday,
Bloody Sunday." -U2
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"We are made wise not by the recollec-
tions ofourpast, but by the responsibil-
ities of our future." -GBS
Thanks to Kevin, Jude, John, DY,
There are too many empty lives my
friend, and we just can't let them waste
away, for life is a precious thing, my
friend, and we can't wait another day.
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'14ll anyone ever has is today because
yesterday is gone and tomorrow never
Thanks to my friends for all the great
times!!! I love ya all!!
Thanks to all my friends for turning
smiles into laughter and moments into
memories. Thanks SM, MS, PH, CH,
and LG. ltis been fun!
"It's better to burn out than fade
I'd like to thank Dee for all the good
times we shared. I couldn't have picked
a better person to share part of my life
Mary Beth Guerrina Jay Hadden Roger Haight
"The moments are temporary, but the
memories will last forever. "
I want to thank all my friends for mak-
ing these years the best of my life.
"The mark ofthe immature man is that
he wants to die noblyfor a cause, while
the mark ofthe mature man is that he
wants to live humbly for one."
Patricia A. Hanaburgh
You have guided me on my way. I need
not know the path, but I am on my way.
I love and thank my Mom, Dad, Grand-
father, and Chris.
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Thanks to all my friends! We made it!
Herman A. Harmelink
"The wisest of men is he who has real-
ized that in respect to wisdom he is
"You can't always get what you want,
but ifyou try sometimes you just might
find, sometimes you can . . . oh yeah!"
Thank you Mom and Dad for making
my senior year a success. Ella 8: Jennine
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connection. The lovers, the dreamers
and me. " -Paul Williams
Sarah . . .
"When the mountains crumble to the
sea, there will still be you ana' me. "
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past is just a good-bye."
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ly insurmountable obstacles, just ask
yourself, "1-low would the Lone Ranger
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friend is someone who waits in when the
rest of the world walks out. Thanks for
being there, esp. Mike White.
"Winter spring summer or fall, all
you 've got to do is call, and I'll be there.
You 've got afriend. " -CK All my love
to Erik. Thanks Amy G.
"Many dreams come true and some
have silver linings. I livefor my dream
and a pocket full of gold."
Chris Holland Steve Horiuchi
"We know what we are, but know not "Give yourseU' to a lie of extremes.
what we may be." -Hamlet You're into the action its part ofyour
Kampers 34 Football 34? dream. But when the door lies open
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reach the unreachable star. . . This is
my quest, tofollow that star, no matter
how hopeless, no matter how far."
-Man of LaMancha
I leave my love to a very special girl. -
Maria, thanks for making the trip
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dreams. Let love show you the way to
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"Often a certain abdication of prudence
andforesight is an element ofsuccess. "
-Ralph Waldo Emerson
A special thanks to Tara, Holly, Audra,
and Ange for being there to help me
through my school years. Mom, Dad,
and Cindy, I can't believe I made it.
"Thank God I'm a country boy!
Anthony J. Iasbarrone
'All the worlds indeed a stage and we
are merely players, performers and
portrayers. " iRUSl-I
I have had the best of times in this
school. I am leaving here with many
memories to keep. I thank Rita Meville,
Shawn Baker, and all my other good
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VC, MN, RB, JB, and US, who are
graduating this year.
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,As I head on out, I close the door be-
hind me, but never locking out thoughts
ofmyfriends whom I love dearly. I love
you all and l'll miss you.
"Got a picture in my mind ofthe way I
wanna be, so l'll search until lfind the
power inside of me."
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"1 shan't be gone long . . .
I shan't be gone long-
You come too." -Robert Frost
"I love you just the way you are,"
It was tough, baby,
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close friends who gave me great memo-
ries to leave with. Special thanks to
Mom and Dad- I love you. -Genesis
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I 've been looking for. I 'm alright, I 'm
feeling good about myseM " -Styx Ko-
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Chris- "Just you and I, sharing our
love together, and I know in time, we'll
build the dreams we treasure, then
we'll be alright,jusl you and I." -E.R.
"Ifyou feel that you can't go on, Just
believe and you can't go wrong. In the
light you will find the road." -Led
Dale Kane Chris Kapogiannis
'Ask Dad he knows!" -Frank Capra
"Learn how to give . . . Learn how to
live before its too late." -Billy Squier
To Renee, love you always. Thanks ev-
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Without work-there is no need to
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"Resolve to perform what you ought. "Toothless people don't try to smile,'
Perform withoutfail whatyou resolve. " people on crutches don't run a mile. "
-B. Franklin -FTR
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ternational Club 34 Take it easy. Keep rapping.
Memories are beautU'u1. They make
you laugh and cry. They bring back all
the yesterdays that quickly passed you
Although the days have passed the
memories will remain forever what ap-
pears to be the end may really be a new
Debra Klopfenstein Bruce Knechtel
Latersville to all my friends
Long live rock.
"Little dreamer" -Van Halen
"Runnin' with the devil" -VH
Special thanks to: DK, JM, LS, SA,
LA, DA for making each day
brighter. 70 Chevelle
I leave the past behind, and with hands
outstretched to whatever lies ahead, I
go straight for the goal.
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There is a tide in the ajfairs of men,
which taken at the flood leads on to
fortune: omitted, all the voyage oftheir
life is bound in shallows and miseries
"When the world is running down, you
make the best of whats still around."
Special thanks to Steve, Jonna, and es-
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Sometimes you have just got to say . . .
'24 foot and light-hearted I take to the
open road,' healthy, free, the world be-
fore me,' the long brown path leading
me wherever I choose." -Whitman
Happiness is . .. a hug! All my thanx
and love: Pat, Donald, D, Jon, Steve,
Roger, Chris, Cathi, Val, Bren, Char,
and Heather. Love ya all. Good luck
The little cares thatfretted me -I lost
them yesterday. The foolish fears of
what may happen -I lost them all
Browning Hey cuz, all my love . . .
"Nothing great was ever achieved with
out enthusiasm." -Emerson
. . For the best is bought only at the
cos! of great pain . . . Or so says the
legend." -Colleen McCullough
Looks like we made it! Thanks to all,
lots of luck. Special thanks to TB, MI
GBQ I couldn't have done it without you.
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someone 8L go through life with a smile.
To the class of '84, I luv you all!!!
"The days go by like a strand in the
wind, in web of myseUI begin again."
-S. Nicks Steven, remember those
"In the days of my youth I was told
what it means to be a man. Now l've
reached that age. Try to do all those
things the best 1 can. " -Led Zeppelin
I love you Michael . . .
You don't have to shoot to be noticed.
-"1 think I'll dye my hair blue."
The future is uncertain to allg leaving a
challenge ahead for everyone. Thanks
guys! Hey Lis'
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Dad, Mom, Danny, Amy, Sam, Ellen,
Patty, and Debbie thanks for all the
"The bus came by and I got on.
That's when it all began.
Cowboy Neil was at the wheel' of the
bus to never never land."
Thanks to MP, DB, the RS, the Box, my
truck, and even the guy outside for
whatever. I love you all. fEven the box.J
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I want to thank my family and friends,
especially my boyfriend who has helped
me through the terrible age of 17. I love
you! Just you and I!
"One ofthe most beautyul qualities of
a true friendship is to understand and
to be understood." -L.S.
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"Its so hard to be unkind, so easy just
to say that everything is just the way it
seems . . . " -Tom Scholz
I made lots of friends, now I have to go
away, but all my good memories will
stay. . . and I love you! Gracias Papi y
Mami, and everybody. Chorus, Drama,
"I don 't need nobody to tell me the rea-
son why. lfl love only you I know I'll be
satisfied" -Bad Co.
Break a leg!
l love you, Kath
"One night will remind you how we
touched and went our separate ways."
To all my friends, thanks and Good
Thanks Mom 8: Dad
Poobah 8a Diane always
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before it becomes the past.
Thanks Mom, Dad, Christine, KK, LH,
AC, DS, DN, And everyone else.
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"1 finally see lhe dawn arrivinf I see
beyond the road l'm drivin', far away
and left behind." -Boston
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"Reason in man is rather like God in the
world." -St. Thomas Aquinas
"Live each day to thefullest. Dare to be
diferent fi to follow your own star,"
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The moments are temporary, but the
memories are forever! Thanks everyone!
Friendship is like a sunrise, some days
brighter than the rest, giving hope and
It is beauty at its best.
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. . come hold me close as near as you
can. Believe in all that we could be and
all that we have been and all that we
could be." -Genesis
I would like to thank my friends.
Friends are forever. Special thanks to
my Mom, family, and KM. I wouldn't
have made it without them.
Pink Floyd forever. . .Special thanks to
KG, DU, and PM. You are mine JD! I
did it Mom!
"So you can get on with your search
and I can get on with mine, and maybe
someday we will find that it wasn't
really wasted time." -D. Henley
I love ya Dave!
"True friendship is like sound health:
the value ofit is seldom known until it
be lost." -Charles Calbe Colton
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anything. For there is no man that hath
not his houn nor is there anything that
hath not its place." -RBA
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I want to thank all my friends for always
being there, especially Kelly. Love ya!
Let the good times live forever.
Thanks VC., M.N., L.S. for making
them the best!
"Don't let me hear you say lifes taking
you nowhere." -Bowie
'And then one day you find
Ten years have gone behind you.
No one told you when to rung
You missed the starting gun,"
"Time" -Pink Floyd
Margaret K. McCarley
The only thing I don't like about being
alone is not having anyone to share it
Ellen Patricia McGann
"In this promised land, jire burnin' in
our hands, the choice is ours to make.
Realize your fantasy: you live the
dream with every step you lake."
"LU'e is like an open bookp all you have
to do is read il." -Wild Bill
Days like these arejust a test ofour will.
Will we walk or will we fall? Well, I can
almost see the top of the hill, and I be-
Rebecca R. McCord
Love ya TC, CC, LY SN, thanks!
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lieve it's worth it all.
Kelly A. McCoy
"We satisfy our endless needs, justify
our bloody deeds, in the name ofdesti-
Thanks Mom and Dad
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When the blind man takes your hand
says a'on't you see? Gotta make it some-
how on the dreams you still believe.
Don't Give It Up -GD
Thanks to my friends, especially J.T.,
A.D., and E.R., for all the great times.
"The gold of friendship is a magic
thing. The more we spend it on each
otheh the richer we become. "
Much love to all of my friends.
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yourfeet, what do you do to make ends
"Long live rockn -The Who Thanks
people! You made it bearable.
The value of our friendships and memo-
ries will never decrease. Thanks for
sharing! My love to Mom, Dad, L., Y.,
f Andy Medla
"You will see light in the darknessg you
will make some sense of this . . . "
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commences where speech ends. "-A de
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"No love, no friendship can ever cross
our path without ajfecting us in some
way forever. " -Eric Fromme
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"You are a child ofthe universe, no less
than the trees and the starsg whatever
or not it is clear to youg the universe is
unfolding as it should." -Anon.
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Gods love surround you - telling you
the danger s past you need not fear the
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won't be singin',' flowers won't grow,
bells won't be ringin'. . . let live every-
body . . . " MG
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"Itain'toverti11itlvoven"-YogiBerra "Don't know why lifes hard on us
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Future a breath away, past just a
breath behind. " -Kevin Nance
DQ- Don't wreck the place!!!
"The man who doesn't make mistakes
usually doesn't make anything. " -Ed-
-We're flirtin' with disaster-
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lt's been great guys
All the miles ofa hard road
Are Worth A Moment of True
Happiness. -Yearbook Photography
I Did It Dad! Love You!
Being short is often wonderful. Some-
day I'l1 be tall. Thanks Jimmy for being
there! To ALL MY Friends, Stay Cool!
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I am closing the doors behind me, but I
am taking many happy memories with
me. Love ya all.
"Ifthey give you ruled paper, write the
other way." -TKW
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"I'm finally out in the clear, and I'm
free. I've got dreams I'm livingfor, l'm
moving on, rolling on to anywhere."
Thanx all! Remember the roses!!!
Thanks to all my friends who have made
my years at Arlington Crazy as ever!
We Made lt! yea! Special thanks to my
parents and Mike.
"Wake up, this is the time you 've wait-
ed for." -Genesis
'And I will say to you. I will do what I
can do." -Gabriel
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Thanks to all my friends. Thanks Mr. Y
and Mr T. Be cool EV
The best moments of my life were spent
here with my friends.
Those memories will never die.
Thankx for all the good times:
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pleases and pleases where it goes.
Thanks Debbie and Lorraine and all my
close friends for the memories 8L love.
Always look to the future, never in the
past. Mistakes made in the past cannot
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memories. BOCES: OPXWP
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Live their lives looking behind If you believe in what you do.
All we have is here and nowg
All our life, out there to find.
'24 man must break his back to earn his
day of leisure,"
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"True happiness consists not in the
mullitude offriends, but in the worth
and choice." -Ben Johnson
WE MADE IT AGGIE POO! BYE
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Memories of my friends are special,
The times we have shared, and the
times you have cared will be in my
heart, RN, LI, SK, BD.
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The memories will never die, neither
will the moments that my friends and I
have shared. Thanks Mom and Dad.
Best of luck to all my special friends.
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my turn to say "Thank you Mom and
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your 1U'e will ever be." -Pink Floyd
What may appear to be the end,
Is really a new beginning.
'Stand in the sun. Shut your eyes and
feel the world. its changing every day.
Theres so much Ifeel that I can never
'And how the silence surged softly
backward, when the plunging hoofs
were gone." 4Walter De La Mare
"Music, when the soft voices die, vi-
brates in the memory" -Shelley
"Goodbye to romance, goodbye to
friends, goodbye to all the past. Iguess
"My lU'e is free now, my life is clear, I
love you sweet leaf- though you can't
hear." -Black Sabbath
Thanks to Ray and all my Friends!
that we'l1 meet- we'1l meet in the
end. " -Ozzy
To S.R. I leave you my heart!
The future is but a question mark: it
hangs above my head there, in the dark.
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Thanks Mom and Dad.
Wow I made it. It's over but not forgot-
ten. Thanks to S.H., D.D., TB., A.C.,
PC. To Patti, I will never forget our year
together. It was special to me . . .
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know wherever I am I'll come running,
to see you again." -CK
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Thanks all- esp. .IWM for the beauti-
I love you all!
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sibilities. " -Arany
Thank you Chris for all your love and
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without a centp it is the man without a
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Thanks Ma and Pa for everything you
have done. Terry's adopted kid!
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"Better to be thought ofas afool and be
silent than to speak out and prove it."
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Whatever appears to be the end, may
really be a new beginning.
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"In the time we spent together many
words have passed between, and the
feelings that we shared are all behind
us now," -Kansas
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Walk beside me - be my friends.
Dance with me A to understand.
Love's been cherished - has been
shared. Memories held on to 4 of all
who've cared. Good Luck!!!
"So, you thought I was a tabula rasa.
No- my colors are as profuse and
bleeding as yours, and my nails as
long." -Jesse Salter
James Brett Rawls
"Shes a moonchild, gathering the jlow-
ers in the garden. Lovely moonchild,
drifting on the echoes of the hours!"
Turn dreams to reality!
"IfI leave here tomorrow will you still
remember me? Cause I'm as free as a
bird now and theres so many places
I've got to see." -Lynyrd Skynyrd
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"The happiest people seem to be those
who have no particular causefor being
happy except that they are so. "
-William Ralph Inge
"Times were fun, but never would have
been without my friends." -Jim Rigg
Lisa, we had a lot of good times together
that I'll never forget and I hope we have
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for people di things that went before, I
know 1'1l often stop :ft think about
them, I love you more." -Beatles.
A best friend is the most important
thing in the world.
Cherish friendship in your heart.
Thanks to my friends, especially HR,
LM, KP, BL, KL, TB.
Khristopher Robinson Brian Rogers
"He will make the darkness bright be-
fore them and straighten out the road
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"My, my, hey, hey, rock and roll is here
to stay. " -Neil Young
"May the wonderful memories you
have ofthe past make this day a happy
event . . . May the wonderfulyears that
still lie ahead, be the best years ever
"l hurry through my IU'e never stopping
to see how beautiful it was meant to
"Its a long road I got to stay in time
with, I got to keep on chasing that
dream though I may never find it."
I would like to thank everyone who
made the last four years a memory l'll
never forget. Thanks PK, BS, LM, DW,
TD, EW, and BC.
You're nothin, without your friends
They'll be with you till the bitter end
Luv ya BG.
I can't forget it all in just one day. Take
some time to speak your mind, but say
it's not over. Thanks Mom 8L Dad for
always being there.
Pete I love you!
Gina Santiamo Todd Santoro Anne Saylor
Thanks Mom and Dad for all your guid-
ance and support.
I love you! Also . . .
Thanks Joe for showing me love, life,
and happiness. Love always
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coming true," Love to all who've made
my years fabulous!
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"What appears to be the end may really "Lay back and groove on a rainy day." "Until we meet agin . . . " -Hendrix
be a new beginning." -Jimi Hendrix Ed-The best is yet to come!
Love ya Lisa forever. Ken-Never forget!
Mom and Dad- I love you!
The Best of Times . . .
Mike Shaughnessy Maureen Shaw
"You must blaze a trail of your own,
unknown, alone. But keep in mind,
don't live todayfor tomorrow like you
were immortal. "-Genesis ill Jobe 234
'84-Go for it!
"The chase is on, the pace is hot,' but
l'm running so very hard with every-
thing that I've got." -Genesis
The colony of slipper men.
Shanon Slocum Charles Smith
"I see my future at the rainbows end
Happy hours . . .
Timeless friends" -Squier
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"If you love something, set it free. If it
comes back, it was meant to be."
I love you, Darren. All my love to my
friends, especially Beth 8: Lisa.
"Never do today what you can put off
till tomorrow." -Matthew Browne
"To livefully is to livefreely. . . to take
each a'ay and make it all your own."
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The most wasted day of all is that in
which one has not laughed.
"To know is nothing at all: to imagine is
everything. " -A. France
"It's a Cinderella story . . . "
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"Hang 'em high." -Van Halen
"Sometimes the lights are shining on
me,' other times I can barely see. Lately
it occurs to me, what a long strange trip
its been. " -The Grateful Dead
"The language offriendship is not the
words, but the meaning." -Thoreau
Thank you to all my friends for the
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"We made it,' you and I." -E.R, and
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Be good Donna!
"He who is afriend is always afriend, "
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You are never given a wish without also
being given the power to make it true.
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"To be what we are, and to become what
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free, for that is the way that it must be,l
know that it hurts to say goodbye. But
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To all you upcoming Seniors-The
years of high school are coming to an
end, make sure you make it through
your last year, and work on your career
l will never forget the Wonderful times,
or my friends. I love ya John.
"So many worlds, so much to do so
little done, such things to be. " -Alfred
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"What lies behinds us and what lies
before us are only tiny matters com-
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"I've got to be where my spirit can run
free- 1've got to jind my corner ofthe
My love and thanks to all my friends.
Take care, be cool.
Speak kind words and you will hear
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"Its been such a long time, I think I
should be going, time doesn't wait for
me, it keeps on rolling." -Boston
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Look now, look all around! There's no
sign of life. Voices, another sound. Can
you hear me now? Thanks to: SM BS
MK JK KW TH RL -Love lasts a life-
Wefre not looking for trouble, just for
"Fate makes our relatives, choice
makes our friends. " -Jacques Delille
"1fyou can imagine il, you can achieve
il. Ifyou can dream it, you can become
I love ya class of '84l
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to remember you all by.
I'll never forget them.
Good luck to all '84 graduates of Ar-
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"Your goals have become higher -so Music keeps me going!!! Success isn't what you want, it's enjoy
have the stakes. But wear a smile and Symp. Band 123 Wind Ens. 4 ing what you have.
feel the change it makes." -Becki 8: Marching Band 234 Tennis 1234 Softball 1234
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beers. " -Jack Dale
"Il matters nor what you are thought to
be, But what you are . . . " -Syrus
Hold on tight to your dreams and keep
reaching for the stars.
Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you!
"Turn around bright eyes."
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The future belongs to those who believe
in the beauty of their dreams,
David Wallace Shantell Walters
"For in my opinion, there was never a
good war or a bad peace." -Benjamin
Mark Virtanen Eric Vogel
Susan E. Ward
'Always leave them laughing when you
say goodbye." -Cohan
Becki Way Kimberly Wazewskl
Life will take us different ways
But if the highway ever sways
So that our paths do cross again
I'll hold you tight and call you friend.
Mark Weber Stuart Weiss Kelly Welsh
Live it up!!! "Education U. . . hanging around until 'LTO live your live in your own way. . .to
Thanks JG you've caught on." -Frost reach for the goals you have set for
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"lt's you -N- me against the world."
Thanks Mom and Dad for everything. I
Kent White Scott White
Thanks for all the good times. "l listen to the wind, to the wind ofmy
Good luck in the future. soul. Where l'll end up, well, I think
only Goa' really knows. " -Cat Stevens
"Don't ever try to go there- Its to
dream of not to find.
Lovely things like that are always
mostly in your mind. " -CC
I love ya Duck!!! D.E C.W.
"Be kind and compassionate to one an-
other, forgiving each other, just as in
Christ Godforgave you." -Ephesians
Love isfulfilling, but with it comes re-
sponsibility, commitment and under-
standing. Thanks to all my friends for
making my school years memorbale.
"Make no little plans: they have no
power to stir mens blood." -Daniel
J acquelyn Wilson
"Show that you know this only: never
too tall to get what you desireg never to
fall into what you would avoid."
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Mongo and Sue for everything! Love
"Got no time to spend and weep the
time has come to be gone . . .
We have to ramble on. " -Led Zeppelin
Grateful thanks go to my family, teach-
ers, and friends for making my high
school years memorable!
Also, much love goes to Diane, Galletta,
Dropkick me, Jesus, through the goal-
posts of life.
Believe in yourself, your friends, the
ones you love, and you'll find success in
everything you do, Thanks for the good
times. BOCES l2
Pete Zimmerman Keith Zimmermann
Only go around once, "I 've gotta keep on chasing a dream.
Gotta quench that thrist, I've gotta do it my way." -Boston
Gotta grab that gusto, JB-n-SD Football 234
Gotta get there ,Hrst.
B. Thomas Clark
"It is only with the heart
that one can see
what is invisible to the eye."
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Kim Seaman - Vice President
Mary O'Neil - Treasurer
Renee Farrier - Secretary
Many people do not know what student govern-
ment really is. Itls a group of students working not
only individually, but also as a whole. Students take
on more responsibility as they progress in high
school. Although the jobs and tasks grow larger, the
enjoyment of doing them grows also. What we have
accomplished in our last year here at Arlington is
just the beginning of what we have to look forward to
in the future.
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Walter Ballard Henry Heissenbuttel
Beth Clayton Eileen Unterberger
Most School Spirit:
Jamie Van Bramer
Senior Class Will
I, Patricia Abherve, leave to Terrie Grigas, my Camaro: to Anette B., Marko V, and Chris R., I leave
my record collection: and to Antonio, I leave my class ring.
I,'I1'aciAlbertson, leave B. B. Seals a Goon, saying BLOOGLE, and waiting for the return of all her
clothes: Nee Nee in her clown suit not showing another Saturday night: Kristin reaching for napkins
covered in whip: Gabby still talking and talking . . . : and Cathy waiting for July 26, 1986.
I, Lori Albrecht, leave K. D. asleep at the Bardavon with a life's supply of chicken Mac Nuggets:
"Annie Girl' with a wet sleeve at the Dragon Lady: B. A. with 'Junior' at all the hockey games: and my
twin cousins to control the school for the next two years: To all my friends who made this year the best year
ever A I leave a special thanx, I luv ya all!
I, Anne Aliotta, leave Shannon some deformed M8tM's: Stacy trying to keep both eyes open while
trying to talk: "Chuck" and "Busy" many fond memories ofcruising Pok' with "Betty" driving the "Duke":
All of my special friends many thanks and lots of love: saying "Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you."
I, Tony Alves, leave the Kampers some of the best times of my life: Brian, a tower of prophets to play
around with: Neil, a double bass artstar skit for the ultimate solo: Laura, Michele, Jennifer, and Lizann, the
Police: and to Toni, I leave some special times and more to come.
I, Brian Anderson, leave this place after many years of torture: Mark W the hope of his future with
Colleen B.: the hope that my brother doesn't make it to graduation: and also that Black Flag, SSD, and the
Misfits will smash into the brains of the morbid conformists.
I, Lisa Appolonia, leave Leah trying to break dance: Espo in Atlantic City flirting with the life
guards: Dawn trying to find a real job: Ray Ray always listening to my problems: and now I leave all my
love to Steve! Thanks for everything!
I, Barbara Arentsen, leave Tanya and Tracie climbing rocks at King Street Park: Sabrina, a life-long
supply of 64 oz. bottles of "Coke": Greg, trying to keep his cheese danish in his mouth and wishing he never
took A. P Biology: and to Lori and Ann Uuniorsl I leave memories of some crazy times at the Civic Center:
I, Mark Atkins, leave Ray Dinovo still scared of my sister: Dave a "love your sweater": "Mario" a
stall-proof, skid-proof car: Good-bye and good luck.
I, Kathy Averill, leave Gail Chianelli passing out on my kitchen table: Mary Nuccio telling me she
needs fresh air and a glass of Coke: Jonni Kirkpatric grinning from ear to ear, telling us about her great
weekend: My sister Sandra all the good times and bad times of Arlington High: to fulfill all my dreams of
happiness with Scott.
I, Shawn Baker, leave Colette that awful name forever: to George, I leave you always being watched:
To all my friends, I leave a special thanks for everything: To Mrs. Peters, I leave another Co-op coming in
and curling their hair on their free periods: I leave Debbie always loving Mike.
I, Damell Balga, leave Colette with tears on her pillow: and Paul all of my love . . .
I, Eileen Banas, leave with a lot of good memories, and the best to all of my friends. . .Good luck, LD,
SS, ML, CM, DA, CH, AG, take care, I love ya all.
I, Mary Baright, leave Kathy D. all the Gngerwave lotion in Cosmetology room I l2: Steve O. all the
computers in Arlington High: and most of all I leave all my love to JOE in the years to come!
I, .lemrifer Barlow, leave M. H. my friendship forever and Kristin still wondering about me. The
awesome drum line to Kenny and AHS with good memories.
I, Valerie Bosch, leave Kerrie and Adam the wild, crazy and tearful memories of our times together: a
big tube of Ben-Gay to Cabin 5A: all my broken rifles to next years fantastic rifle line so they can give them
a proper burial: 6th period lunch and Len's 'Inez W. Davis" impressions: and all my love to the Marching
Band, Winter Guard, and Mr. Hart for making my high school years so memorable.
I, Marris Baskin, leave to Kati love, tears, laughter, and smiles, I hope your life is full of all ofthem: to
Andrea I leave M. K. dresses, a telephone call without interruptions and a whole bunch of corny stuff: to
Shira very fond memories of Israel teven though you may never get picturesl and a peaceful busride home:
to Matt the ideal night on the town and, of course, all my love.
I, John Bayne, leave Stos all the good times on and off the field: Kevin all the double diamonds and
"anchovie" pizzas he can handle: Joe in the middle ofthe woods saying "Where the hell are we'?", Rob the
summer of 83: and to K. I.. I leave a flower from H. J.
I, Tara Amr Beck, leave Jamie my holy Jordache and thanks for the summer of '83: Donna still
hurdling the rock in the morning before school, and thinking about Red: Karen still sitting at the drive-in
after the movies are over: thanks to H. A., C. H., L. C., D. H. for everthing: I leave a very special thanks to
Mr. D and Karen. I love you all.
I, Cone Beckham, leave everyone a tie-dyed shirt: Karen my entire sticker collection, and Tonia, a
lifetime supply of soap bubbles.
I, Susan Belterman, leave all my friends . . . past and present. . . with the happy memories of all the
GOOD TIMES!! Especially Kevin for the BEST TIMES!! Thanks for all of them. I love you always KPE
I, Angela Beltrani, leave Diane all my leather and fishnets: Kristi a collection of snoopy pins: Mary
always knowing what I'm doing: Beth still working on Danses Sacred and Profane: and to the Marching
Band all the luck in the world next year to top this year.
I, Karen Bertolozzi, leave Lori, Eileen, Michele. Kelly, Jill and me soaking up the sun in Hilton Head
Island, South Carolina: Eileen and Robbie looking for the Taconic on the wrong side of the river on our way
home from Troy: Karen, Beth, and me a stop at McDonald's for chicken Mac Nuggets and shakes: Will and
Greg on high horses at convention instead of on the altar: Lori on her way to stardom with me as her
roomate at S.U. as I depart from AHS after sitting behind Cone for four years.
I, Craig Beyer. leave Chris trying to regain what he knows he never will: Ame wondering what all the
yellow stuff in his house is: Tom with his hub-cap caught in a high tree top: Pete saying to himself, "Are we
not men, we are DEVO": Finally, I leave forever drowning in outliner!
I, David Blautl1,leave Fran Addeo the memory ofa non-planned night with three foxie ladies, and to
fulfill their rain checks this summer: To Coach Murphy, many years of having confidence in your players
and longer pep talks with a straightjacket: to all my crazy friends at RCK a bar of Coast soap so they can
open their eyes: to Theresa, a continuation of the ride back from Great Adventure with my slick foot: to the
swinging tree benders back home, a weekend of partying and bending trees at Miniwasqua's mountain top.
I, Jay Bloomer, leave Mike a ride to school: That Boy a rap tape, and a Buffalo Gal: E-Z Lee on the
mix: Dave with Mike Thomas' potential: and Woody O. my jump shot.
I, Paula Brengel, leave Cindy and Kathy all the great times with those wild over-nighters: to Kelly, I
leave a clean locker and clothes: to Kerrie and Val more grapes and ducks: to Lisa all the problems we tried
to solve lst period: to Wayne I give all my love and a happy future together.
I, Alex Brewster, leave Mark, my driving skills: Jeff, stuffed into a trash compactor by Joe, Doug and
John: Chris still trying to make a perfect rose on her cake: Keith, Ed, Tom and all of the others at our table
in the cafeteria period three, my seat: and last, but not least, I leave AHS with good memories that I will
I, Katherine Irene Elizabeth Brown, leave Toni memories of the CAR and the ultimate WAH: to
Kristen thanks for teaching me to analyze EVERYTHING.
I, Kirsten Bnmner, leave Cindy a picture! warm fuzzies to everyone at our table 3rd period: lots of
things of mayonnaise to Paula and Angie: trips to Woodstock at Isil: and a smile to anyone who wants one
I, Liz Borgoy, leave .leflie a real shin that fits: Kari plan number 235: Dar a trip to Califomia: Tara a
college ID: and Sue a life-time supply of bananas.
I, Curtis Brown, leave Nancy, Scott, Rick and Jeff sitting in the car discussing TLBOE, and I also
leave Arlington finally.
I, Kristin Buckley, leave Kathy buried in the sand with lingering memories of Pony Boy being covered
by a pillow: Traci drowning in ice cream: Jackie with many thanks for a long friendship: and Katherine with
southern guys and a special thanks for having been half of an "us'.
I, 'lim Buechele, leave Dave R. still looking for decent hubcaps: John C. admitting that Ford rules:
Victor and Twinkie sleeping out at the Civic Center: Pete, Nick, Mike, Wanda, Twinkie, Victor, John, Kim,
and Jenny with many good times in 6th period lunch: and last but not least, I leave Jenny all of my love.
I, Tara Burke, leave Susie Faure exotic bananas: Ana all the headaches and fun of G.O.: Liz untieing
Dar's shoe from the desk in math and all the girls on Varsity Soccer saying Jes' to Petie.
I, Ann Campilii, leave Barb A. and Lori A. looking for a light at Juniors: Lisa 'Higgins' all the 'free'
candy at the bookstore: Kim D. 52, 63, I7, 101, 69, 27, all the fun times at the hockey games and to
everyone else who helped make this year the best, Thanks, Love ya!
I, Barbara Canuel, leave Stacey as the dizziest, most reckless driver on the road: Chris and Kevin a set
of tenth grade English books: Sheri and Jackie in a Chinese Restaurant ordering egg rolls 'to go": But most
of all I leave with many memories and friendships I will never forget - Thank you!
I, Dineen Carta, leave Cheryl stranded in the middle of no where: but still wondering who's on the
"mound": Eileen still trying to "con'upt" mel: "Powerhouse" and 'Shoulders' still winning!: Mary still
trying to find the right song!: My sisters, Michele and Nicole, success in AHS and missing some unescapa-
I, Wanda Carvalho, leave Diane still trying to find the right guy: Kris still making her list of good-
looking guys from Dover: My sister saying that "Van Halen Rules": Twinkie still riding my horse: and I
leave my 6th period lunch table with the memories of all the good times we had together.
I, Carrie Castella, leave my bestfriend Colette Wersky to Vinnie Canino: Holly Arnold the best of
luck with Chuck: Roger Haight to a real girlfriend: to my friends all the dreams they strive for: and to my
love Scott Giordano I leave my love forever!
I, Ruth Caswell, leave to Jackie memories of the polar bear: to Cheryl the best smile I have: Sue
saying "l'll pretend I didn't hear that,": Kevin thinking of the perfect plan: and Rita daydreaming about
getting away from here ftinallyll.
I, Gail Chianelli, leave David Klaproth the dance floor at "Bogies.": Kathy Averill her wedding plans
with Scott: Kim Lindmark a hit and run accident on Rt. 9: Tracy Palumbo - 'I lost my lighter": Mary
Nuccio a 'real' diamond ring and the best friendship I could ever have.
I, Steven Chiavelli, leave Rob O'Rourke a steady girlfriend, and Joner's roof and the chant: Darren
Horvath the G-man and I2 years of being nice to me when I wasn't nice to him: Dave Wallace an assist and
my part of our league championship: and. most of all, I leave Michelle Denault a lot of great times.
I, John Chrysler, leave the 'Road Warrior" Ed H. wondering what he can add to his car stereo: Ann
tDaisyJ Aliota wishing her the best of luck in life: Tim 'Rambo' Buechele a car that starts and a bag of
blockbusters: Chris Szanto hoping hc will be the next star of the Cosmos: Ronald Peterson making trouble
all the time.
I, Cathy Ciolli, leave Leslee camping out with Snoopy onthe Golden Arches: Tanya mashed potatoes
and gravy and wondering if we live on the earth: Tracie standing in Lake Arlington: and Becky in the
bushes: I also leave TR. and Herbie still loving you both.
I. Barry Clark, leave Lori L. not knowing whether we will be able to sing the night before: Bryan H.
constantly changing through the years: Dawn M. with memories ol' the great times we had together: Kevin
'lf learning to walk 'n' roll.
I, B. Thomas Clark, leave Pete. Ms. Adi Romano, Ricky a real man's complexion: Allie with Kaptain
Krunch and fruit cake under the table: Andy forever 'rehumanizing' himself: and Chris writing his
memoirs - 'My First 500."
I, Beth Clayton, leave with a big thank you to both of my parents for their support and guidance
throughout the years: Karen and Karen at McDonald's drive-thru wondering where their McNuggets are:
Theresa a bottle of nail polish and a real cat: and a thanks to all for great memories to cherish: Hey T check
I.ABrad Cleverley, leave Ed still a basically good kid: Tim behind the green door: Mr. Murphy with all
those nimnuls: The seniors always superior: Ron trying to stay out of trouble: and I leave Nancy a drafting
I, Brenda Coddington, leave Lori Bosse to Brad forever: My Twisted Sister all the good times of past,
present and future: Mr. Duggan with my gratitude for helping me do what I wanted to accomplish: My
classmates remembering black feather and my love to Clyde Miller now and foreven
I. Patrick J. Cody, leave all the blondes and Libras a way to calm the dizziness: All the short people a
path so Chuckles doesn't step on them fHey Cos., this one's for youl: All my friends with the memories of all
the good times we had and a reminder of all the ones to come. Good luck Class of '84.
I, Dylan CoUins, leave my Heavy Metal fans a Judas Priest record: Mr. Buergers a profound saying:
Damon and Andrea a small mbber duck which squeeks: Kati a blue thing that folds up to be a chair-like
I, Kevin Collins, leave John Bayne, Sunshine, massive bumps, and 45 degrees: plus: Alfio a feline
immobilization situation: and MicheleM.
I, Tanya Corcoran, leave Leslee camping out with Snoopy on the Golden Arches: Tracie and Barbara
the rocks at King Street Park: and Cathy on the bathroom floor.
I, John Cordaro, leave Leonie being 'irrascible' at Texas Lunch for two hours: Diane singing
'Facelifts are a Girl's Best Friend": Aileen, Arlington's Betty Boop, still owing me a Christmas present:
Damon, Mary, Kati, Dylan, and Tzvi in 'The Big Shift": and lots of love to AM, VW, SH, MB, MS, CK,
IH, VB, KB, NS, KS, T12 and EM.
I, Kathy Corrado, leave the Washington, D.C. gang to whats left the Herrington Hotel: Mr. Ginsburg
at the Pink Elephant: Adam still trying to play poker: Mike one last massage: and to Joe, Lisa, Gina, Mike,
Laurie. Karen, Eileen some of the best memories I'll never forget,
I, Marco Corrado. leave Andrea Elsasser an extra large set of hands: Andy Medla knowing that I
could wipe him up on the mat: Jonna at PB.'s house, yelling, 'My keys . . , my keys!" while falling over
everybody: RK, AH, CH, WW, MO, PS, SO, and KD hiding under the seats and dashboard of my car
saying, 'Oh no! We're gonna die!": Brutus, Grouch, Giggles, Sleepy, 'I don't know", Flirt, Space, 'I'm
sure", 'And like". Slim and 'He's such a jerk" fond memories of this school year.
I, Regina fGinal Curry, leave AHS to my sister Renee: to C.R, a lot of good times and more to come:
KC, SC, BD, DD, ME and KM - Thanks for the good times: Most of all, I thank you Mom and Jimmy for
all your help. I never would have made it,
I, Danna DalCortiro. leave Gina C., Chrissy and Stacy free periods and irrelevant talks: Michelle and
Fred together again: Gina M.. Karen. and Diana still late for gym: Roy an excellent friendship and a great
brother: Sandy and Diane to the future teachers of Arlington.
I, Frank Damato, leave to Mr. Yurista, the winning entry in the 'Best Engineered Car of the Year'
contest: Kristy a pair of soundproof earmuffs: Beth my lavender shirt Qso she can remember mej: B,R.
saying 'I know.": and lastly. to TH., I leave a bottle of Krazy Glue so he can build his bass,
I, Tonianne Elizabeth Damico, leave AHS to my sisters, Lynn and Tracey, to carry on the 'family
name"!: to Kath, I leave the crazy memories of the CAR and the ultimate WAI-i!: To Colleen 1 leave CSLC
cola. . . soonl: To Janine, I leave my 'cherry danish' binhday presentl: and last, but not least, to Anthony
Alves, also known as 'Tony Squared", I leave Jake Jr. and Kampi!
I, Kathi Darling, leave having many happy memories of Arlingtonll: giving many thanks to Mr. Usifer
for getting me through l0th grade biology: thanking Mr, Duggan for all ofthe good guidance he has given
me: Most of all, thanking my good friends for good times and my parents for getting me through school.
They are the best parents a person could ask for.
I, Ruth Davies, leave PD, PB, BB, and SB the fond memories of 'that' camping experience: I leave
ML fthe Physics scholarj, PD, LM, LR and all others thanks for their support during these past years: I
leave LB MV
I, Debbie Davis, leave David Harris the halls to wander and stay out of troubles.
I, Jef Davis, leave Mary, many warm fuzziras: Liz, a pair of real shoes: Amy, a real laugh: Kate, a
year's supply of advice.
I, Kelly Davis, leave Bill still raggin' on me: Patty M. a crazy weekend in Cape Cod: Leonie a lifetime
supply of bologna: Dana in charge of the swim team: and to Butch, all my love.
I, Sheryl Davis, leave Rob two more years left at Arlington - I love you! I leave Elise many good
memories 5th period . . . 'If she can remember them!'!" I leave Crash Jans many interesting discussions
during 2nd period gym. Thanks to all my friends who made school a lot easier! RE, BR, Jeff, DR, VE Many
exciting trips to Saratoga!
I, David DeBel.lis, leave Sue Hankamp thejob of keeping AHS a little bit different: Shannon, Laura,
Michelle, and Jenny still saying, 'Like, I'm so sure' and 'I'm dyin": Rita still trying to get to Califomia:
Dineen still boogying the night away at the Senior Class Party: The gang fond memories that we have
shared with each other.
I, Mike DeBlasis, leave Matt Craven 'Kamikaze": and Roy Lucas 'Live to ride, ride to live!"
I, Tma De France, leave Shannon, Anne, and Stacy going home early and leaving me here: Kevin
Faber still saying 'NO?": my brother Ralph with two more years of Arlington's educational experience: all
of my good friends with lots of great memories and loads of happiness: saying 'Thanks for everything' to
I, Lynn De lano, leave everything, except Greg and Alvin . . . Bye Cats.
I, Chris Dellacamera, leave Bob LaBarge I2 more years of high school: Kevin F cleaning out road
signs with his Duster: Barb C. many thanks for all she's done: Sheri K, many memories I'll never forget, and
always 'rescuing' her from Mr. Weyant: and Joe P snoring away in Joumalism.
I, Michelle Marie Denault, leave Renee E getting pulled over by the cops at the airport: love ya
dearly: Darren H. a big thank you: Mike E eating out at Burger King and I2 years of friendship: Anne L. a
bag of Doritos and much love to a dear friend: and Steve C. watching movies onthe VCR and 'You and I."
I, Brad Denney, leave Arlington High School with sore cheeks and a stiff neck.
I. Jean Desaulles, leave Dave someone to teach him to play tennis: Sue a package of cream cheese:
and Lori some nice holidays and a nice future.
I, Katie Devendorf, leave Jill to be the 'Class Flirt" of '86: to Brad some real shirts: SK. MS, JS, 'IT
BS, MS, ET, MK, JY etc. a BIG GRADUATION PARTYHI: and, Meg the 'Punked-out Waitress', a pair
of spud-stompers and a yardstick.
I, Peggy Dilworth, leave my faded jeans and Myrtle Beach memories to Mario: l leave Tim to Flops
I, Kim DiMetro, leave with the special memories of the times spent with 'Bigley": Karen and Terri
STILL teaching me the 'worldly' ways of Adirondack life: Lisa looking for her keys in a rainstorm: Lori,
Ann, and Barb 'My Ties!": a special thanks to KM, AL, DD, MR IG, HH, 'Weeble", CK, and the
'Lunchroom Clans' for the best of times!
I, Pam Doherty, leave my other two-thirds saying, 'We're just a party lookin' for a place to happenl' I
leave Eileen getting lost in Poughkeepsie - without her glasses. I leave Ricky looking for Friendly's, great
memories and a big hug. I leave Jonna in Syracuse and Washing-on, two photographs of 'our weekend,"
kidnapping me, smoke pouring out of her ash tray and saying 'Wongo", 'tourists", and 'You're never gonna
I, Susan Doherty, leave Penny, always remember, 'Think first before you speak!" fS.l.E.J: Lots of
great memories and happiness to all my closest friends: 'Iina a lot of confusing and boring Bookkeeping
classesf: Agnes all those arguments about Jimmy during eighth period that I hope we finally solvedl:
Michelle a big 'Thanksl' for coming to all my Foods Ill dinners!
' I, Mark Dondlinger, leave Jeff, John B,, Rich, John G., Joe and Mike my memory and an old joke
book: the Juniors the Senior position to give them the taste of power and I especially give Mrs. Willey a
typewriter and a box of aspirins for all the headaches that Tom and I caused her. . , Auf Widersehen . . .
Wirklich?'! . . . Genau!!!
I, Kathleen Donegan, leave Stacy our hall locker and 'Prima Ballerina": Mary N., Shari. Ray. and
Robin in Stahlberger's Social Studies class: Mary B. our BOCES locker and all the manikins in Cosmetolo-
gy room l 12: Mrs. English and Mrs. Stanton in the Guidance office with all the passes wondering where the
runners are: and Arlington High School with many memories.
I, Stacy Marie Donegan, leave Marlane always to be my best friend: Kathleen with no more jokes:
Mrs, Gales never to be forgotten: and finally I leave AHS with good memories that will be remembered
I, Debbie Dorsey, leave Amy and Dawn knowing that they taught me the true meaning of friendship:
to Frisky an eternity of softness unmatchable by ANYONE or ANYTHING!: to Dimmie, I leave my
technique of crossing the street in Washington during rush hour at a red light: Adam saying, 'It was
definitely worth the wait - the live year wait!": and finally saying a tearful good-bye to the Class of 1984,
but, knowing that my heart is filled with beautiful memories to be cherished a lifetime - I love ya!
I, Steve Drohosky, leave Dave Debellis thinking that a FIAT is faster than a MUSTANG: Kevin
Collins thinking he should be on the cover of G.Q.: Kurt Haun thinking he's Rodney Dangerfield.
I, Aileen Duffy, leave Carlton's car in a ditch on Lauer Road: Mary Panessa a pair of correctional
shoes: Toni Tompkins a cabinet full of Montezuma: Abby Rockwell weaving baskets at Poughkeepsie Day
School: and lots of love to 'I'1', CR, AR, MR TM, AM, KG-R, JC, LH, JH, and DHD,
I, Karen Dziuban, leave Karen and Terri at the Overlook School baseball field on a very hazy and
confusing night: Frannk-Liz some real, honest-to-goodness unicorn fur: Ian 500 shares of Tootsie-Pop stock:
DMTSB still walking the yellow line tfor the past 3 years now?7!l: and to Roger, I leave lots of dusty little
blue boxes and all of my unending love.
I, Shari Eberhard, leave AHS saying, 'You're all losers!": Kelly in her Toyota driving within one inch
ofthe dash: Dawn cmisin in her truck at high speeds: Jaci in her Le Mans with a hit and run: and to Russ I
leave his pointy chapstick and me!!
I, Bill Eberle, leave Doug the book 'Advanced Guerilla Warfare and Combat Techniques", a life-size
poster of Reagan and 2 more years of 'fun' at AHS: To Leslie and Gina I leave my beautiful pet tarantula
f'Thaddeus"j and Wayne Gretsky's phone number.
I, Ray Edel, leave any Arlington student the opportunity to have a better party than a RE. KL R.E.
party: I leave Lisa and Lisa the grand old Book Store forever: Tammy S. still trying for me: Joey N. and
Joey G. the names Rugen Breath and Too Sweet: SD, TW, LA, LE, JA, MC, EG, KD, DE, JS. LY DD, all
I, Matt Elllnore, leave Ian Gileskie a real walk: Mike Paul without bow legs: Jeff Stringer some
money in his pockets instead of in the bank: Nick Evangelista another year of math sitting behind me: Jay
Bloomer fighting with his mom over who uses the jacuzzi.
I, Amy Eshelman, leave Arlington High School with many fond memories: AG, JD, and KB a large
thank you for all the good times 3rd period: Kirsten to 'turn blue': my brother the best of luck: Doug still
I, Maria Espana, leave this school where I have spent one wonderful year, I learned a lot and met a
lot of very nice people.
I, Lisa Esposito, leave Lisa-Lisa and I still trying to get our hands on the A.C.B,P!: Leah still trying to
find a real shirt:Ray-Ray still trying to figure our what's going on: the Class of '84 a lot of good memories:
and last of all, a lot of love to my friends. especially: LA and MT!
I, Nick Evangalista, leave Kathy all the good times of the past and future and hope she enjoys life
wherever she may go: To the 'Frog' I leave many years of good times and something better than a Ford.
A.K.A. Eric: To Darren I leave the rest of Chevy pickup and many hairy times on the road: To Barry
Bonneville I leave with knowing he finally got what he wanted 5 times over: to myself I leave Arlington and
some friends, but, to all I'll see ya again. Nicky Nova. TAKE IT EASY
I, Kevin Faber, leave Chris D. to his lingerie shop in Poland: Sheri K. wondering whether or not to buy
a bagel: Barb C. still wondering where her lovely red pencil box went: my brother Joe knowing I have more
fans than he does: and Sue with all my love and thanks for a great year.
I, Samantha Fairhaim, leave Debbie W, and Carrie to FINALLY rule the school: Kevin still
wondering ifTodd is real: Victor with my helpfulness: I leave all my friends with all the best in life: I leave
always being in love with Todd.
I, Renee Farrier, leave Becki the 'best" of times forever: Michael QBuddyJ with perfectly propor-
tioned flowers and much happiness: Rob with all the great memories he has given me: Jill Qlungel still
laughing with me over 18: Michelle a cop in the airport: and much love to all my friends!
I, Sue Faure, leave Liz one of Brad and Cone's shirts: Tara a bottle opener: R,C, our conversations in
Physics: and Kari 'trembling' in the swimming pool: tinally, Kari and I leave Tim an accurate speedom-
I, Cheryl Lylm Fecketlen leave to Ruth Marie, a watch that swims and a box of twinkies: Dineen
cowtipping somewhere in Albany, and wondering who has to pitch: Heidi in center: and to Donald, I leave a
special memory of May 22, 1982,
I, Jackie Fenton, leave Amy down under where it's SAFE from fat cops: Kim a pinky: Karin REAL
unicom hair: Ruth the inside of an OREO: and Terri and Amy at the police station saying, "You wanted
it!!" To all my friends . Thank you.
I, Victor Feliciano, leave SD, JZ, DR, RE, BR, and myself somewhere in Saratoga: Chris, Carol,
Andrea, and Al no more rides to school . . . Sorry!!: Twinkie in his King Cab all night long: Kerry my
knowledge for her Senior year: and Tim and Dave at the 'movies."
I, Tom Ferguson, leave Zim still laughing about what he did to Howdy: Len wondering if anything I
say it true: Paul there once and for all: but mostly I leave with a lot of fond memories of the true friends who
stuck by me who are too numerous to list.
I, Michael Ferrari, leave Debbie a portrait of a nasty pen: Michelle promises yet to be kept: Renee a
friendship never to be forgotten: Pfief still waiting for his Tranny: and finally, I leave all my friends the
memories and the friendship that we shared, Later everyone . . .
I, Amy Filion, leave PattyAnn, El, Debs, Antie a great 'thanks' for always being there and a lasting
memory of our never ending fun times together: to David the 'Real Deal" and a lifetime of roses which
represent the memories we share in our hearts: to Scott I leave all the blondes in Arlington, Gumby and a
I, Mary Finnegan, leave Chrissy R. for the last time, 'No Chrissy. I can't see itlll' and a sip of my 'Dr.
Pepperf You're a good friend forever: Patty C. with all the good times with Biz. Thanks for all the advice:
Gina good luck with Jimmy: Chris O. Thank God we never tripped on those laces: Chris C. my little, big,
sister always: all my love to Bucky Near forever and ever. I did it, I'm out for good. with a smile on my face
I, Karen Fomeris, leave Arlington High School with more credits than I know what to do with: Sue H.
to keep the spirit of the Bow-3: A bent rigger on the eight: Mrs, Cianchetta with her matchmaking: Mark
with special memories and much love.
I. Ken Foster, leave Jeffa shovel to use in English: Liz a car to drive when there is no school: Tara the
number 44: and for Sue a real sneeze, I leave with a big thanks to Cheryl for always being there.
I, Bradley Fountain, leave Dave with a smile on his face and a capital B in his name: Brian with his
license in hand burning down the highways: Eric the strange quotes he can find and searching for the hole:
Tony with a do-it-yourself hair cutting set: Debbie with the most free periods in the senior class except for
I, lalurie Frederic, leave Arlington High School with memories of times past with good friends: Krist
saying, "Watt7 . . , !" and, "Where's my ice cream'?!": Karen with memories of teacups: and thanks to
Michelle for saving my life,
I, Barclay Freed, leave Lori my long-underwear: Mike on my basement floor: Larry hanging on the
Plexiglass: and Rich the door of the Mighty Mav.
I, Paul Garrity, leave Tim Watson hair and many salutes: Chris Zaleski to do whatever he wants:
Chris Kelly a new trombone and free lessons: and to everyone else: The memories will last forever,
I, Brian Gates, leave!!!
I, Elise Gaulin, leave "Crash" Jans still looking for her gloves: Kim, Mary and Gail still wondering if
everyone really knows: Edwin one more year at John Jay: Sheryl 5th period memories tif she can
rememberl: and I leave . , , to be with Paul forever. . . still saying "It was me who screwed up your car."
I, Kati Garcia-Renart, leave to Marris the memory of the nature lady on the lake and the unmention-
able: To Damon and Dylan, I leave the empty space of gullible in the dictionary: to Mr. Buergers I leave a
piece of my chewed gum: to Andrea I leave the infamous question, 'Should I, or shouldn't l'!"
I, Jaci Gent, leave still thanking Ray for loving me: Tracy still asking, 'Did I" when she knows she
didn't, Colleen with D,F and a pocket full of dimes.
I, Kevin Gentile, leave J.D. those 7 castaways on that Isle: Digger with the Spanish Inquisition:
Master Tooler with Haragan Hill playing pool: Kelly with all my love: Robin with Judi,
l, Kelly Gerardi, leave Kevin and Digger looking for some real music! Judi M, laying in the hall
because she just fell over her own feet - also a friendship that will last forever: Chris C. nothing but an
everlasting relationship, for I'll always be by his side.
I. Alice Gerty, leave afternoons at the Vets to Katie and Audra: I leave the best of luck to my friends:
and I leave without losing Robbi or my dreams.
I, Ian Gileski, leave Jay Bloomer a real chest and a night on the town: Jeff Stringer clean clothes:
Mike Paul stuck on a lawn.
I, Tracy Greifenberger, leave the best of luck and many more good times to Sue, Laura, Patty, and
Rene: To George, I leave all my love.
I, Bruce Crosman, leave Karen my summer igloo in Alaska along with my sled: Jamie wearing a real
tie dancing at the Civic Center with the Stray Cats and Biff: Jell a real brain and a year's supply of free
homework: Tupp dancing in the disco with his disco shoes lighting up the floor: Ray and Bob stranded on
Main Street with no gas, no gas can, no gas station, but a lot of nice people to walk with onthe streets at I
I, Kathy Gierlolf, leave Patty Higham with everything soft and easy: Tracy R with a good memory of
grandma: Eric R. with a big thanks for everything and only one more year left: saying goodbye and thanks
I, Amy Godfrey, leave Corie H, with Porker, Porker, Porker: Jackie F CJBJ camping out at CF with
ET: Barb C. with ink always on her face: Kim W. with many pinkies, And Andy R a wish of good luck in
everything he does.
I, Roger Haight, leave Holly Arnold with Chuck: Carrie Castella to marry Scott: Erin Lupal still
thinking she's faster than me: Stacy Donegan still hurting herself,
I, Debbie Halbert, leave Rita memories and friendship that will last a lifetime: Nuch asking for a
manicure and Mary wanting to cut my hair: Tara a box of plaster to put a cast on her hand: to my sister
Deannine, I leave Arlington High.
I, Jim Hall, leave Mark B the memories of all the great times: Kelly G. all the fun of the open road:
Melinda H. not knowing why she took Comp, Sci.: R. U. still dreaming of being a real man: and a Big
Thanks to all my friends for making my two years here GREAT!
I, Patti Hanaburgh, leave the Class of '86 and Rob: I leave Tracie, Cathy, Bernie, Judi, Tracie all in
3rd period: Sue, don't do any thing I won't do, unless I'm with you: Chris I leave behind.
I, Ronnie lllopl Hancock, leave My Quote to one Mr. Murphy: Never, Never, Never, Never, Never,
Never, Never Quit. , ,sticks in my head day after day to lead my life to a better way. So remember the day
I should have stayed, instead ofjust throwing my cothes away, I felt in my heart that very same day, That I
quit the game, I PLAYED!!!
I, Hemian Harmelink, leave this school, the teachers, and all the experiences that go with it to the
unfortunate ones soon to come into the dawn of maturity.
I, Phil Hamish, leave all my love to Julie: and I leave BF deciding whether or not to try again.
I, Susan Harris, leave Jenine with Rose Mary's safety pin: my little brother David Harris happy
memories that I had in school: Mr. Derosa waiting for him to wear his designer jeans - Best wishes to the
Class of '85,
I, Tracey Hartman, leave Tom McGill my locker A4203 and all my love and memories of our time
together and my bright smiles and my heart.
I, Melinda Hartman, leave Jenny and L.B, the good times we had and the tree. ET the "animal" and
8th period. Christine a sponge and finally, I leave AHS with all my good memories and friends I have made.
I. Thom Hasenpflug, leave my theatrical ability to Eric and a whole new bunch of drama jocks: My
musical skills to those who taught me how to use them: My passive and cheerful disposition to all: Knowing
that one day I may return to reclaim that which is already in my blood.
I, Jayne 'Fluff' Hayden, leave Lisa S. with a tie score of 6 UP, . .and my never ending friendship f
thank you!!! Anna B, in Kingston without a spare tire: Corrie H, on my basement rug: Mark P looking for
little skinny pebbles in Poughkeepsie Y and linding them!!! -- and all my love! Henry H. a sun dress
remembering how well it looked in the South Campus corridor! - and also with butter in his ear!!!
I, Henry Heissenbuttel, leave Mark P and George E leaving it on 684: Wayne W. looking for his
money in Poughkeepsie: Donna E. with powder on her chest: Sarah McCarthy with a one-way ticket to
America and all the memories and good times of 83484
I, Leslie Heller, leave Ana, Cathy, Cone, Steve, Karen, Diane, Kevin, Leslee, and Tina thanks for the
friendship you shared with me, "The new kid": to the radical twosome Doug and Bill tblue eyesj I leave 3rd
period free: To Gina I leave love and friendship along with a book on how to get hockey players and luck
with a certain K.H.R: Finally, I leave to find the hockey player of my dreams . . .
I, Tim Herlihy, leave to all succeeding generations ofAHS Seniors, the secret ofacademic success f
I, Lennie Hermsen lBolognal, leave my red Santa Claus boots and nose to anyone who wants them: the
pronunciation of all weird American words especially with TH-sounds: Kirsten and John scared in Vassar
dorms with the shades and lots of love to MB, DB, KB, BC, DC, JC, AD, KD, KG-R, IH, SH, CK, TL, BM,
AM, JO, MR LR CR, KS, DV, VW, and especially BS, BS, NS, KS, JH, LH-Z. SH, GVL, and everybody
else that helped to make my stay here such a wonderful experience,
It Patricia Hlghim, leave all the buses to Kenny, John, and C.L.: Tracy to George: M317 10 Joe: SDC B,
to Darrel: and all my love to Michael,
I- Colle HQHNIIL leave Amy's yellow taxi stuck in the mud somewhere in the woods! Ariel Anel
AneI!!: Jell' and his snake trying to get some glggplg Mr, Rich to get 'pgychcdng Jayne's rug alive!: with Erik.
l. Cl!I'lS Holland, leave Andy with a .38 Special album, a wet Chevy Blazer, and Hammond Jeez:
Craig sleeping in the fields with a pair of workboots and some clothes of his own: Allio his own Bernardo
Bunny, Smllffl' in lhe Little BYZIIHUS, Craig, and still being abused: all my girl troubles behind.
I, Shira Horowitz, leave bus ride conversations for terrific friendships to Marris: My phone il next
year to Marris and Andrea and anyone else who will never write letters: "The butler did it!" to MS, AM,
MB, KGR, BM, TH: Four AM typing with scratchy throats and spooks to Dineen: and lots of love to NS,
JC, EM, DVD, DC, TM, LH, VW, AD, MP and everyone else - you've been great!
I, Darren Horvath, leave Paul passed out on my couch: Steve a glazed dough-nut: Rob standing in my
room with "whatever" was in there with him: Henry 'fthe bottle opener": and the rest of my great friends at
Arlington, a sad goodbye,
I, Jetl' Howard, leave all my love to Elena M. - our friendship will last forever, Thanks for a second
chance tdo you remember history in Sth gradel: hangman those crazy times, and those off-the-wall convo's
to Michele - thanks for your friendship: Thom, those eeeerie sounds, "Friends, Romans, Countrymenf'
and girls, girls, girls, f thanks for everything: Mr. R. and the orchestra some wild and crazy times at home
and in Vienna: the puddle in the parking lot to Mr. Siebold.
I, Tim Hsieh, leave Kate a new pair of eyes: Sally at Z am: Mary my life: Liz 25,652.5 assignments:
and Jeff a new guitar,
I, John Hughes, leave Michele lst, 2nd, 3rd period.
I, Grace lsernia, leave all my love to Ray Broadie.
I, Bmay Ann Jaegar, leave Mrs. Angela Tacinelli in love forever: Karen R, in hopes that Adam S, to
ask her the BIG QUESTION, Michelle M. with the question, "Did you remember your-?": Michelle Z.
with a tube of Oxy IO: all my friends with fond memories of the way we were.
I, Suzanne Jankovics, leave Tammy U. to have a fun senior year: and to Mn Monte, 'I made it." And
all my love to Doug.
I, Chris Jans, leave Edwin, a BIG "I love you!" forever: Elise, a lifetime supply of straws: Kim, still
trying to open her eyes in the morning: Sheryl and Becky laughing after our little conversations in gym:
Paul forever fixing his car after Elise drives it.
l, Len Johnson, leave the remainder of my sanity to The Inez W Davis Library.
I, Lisa Jones, leave Kim D. on the bus, realizing that her car is in the parking lot: Ann C. that cat she
found: Tommy D. making Santa Claus laugh: My thanks to Darren H. for "being there ": and to Anne L.,
five years of laughs and good times that we have shared together.
I, Karen Karpinski, leave a big thanks to Mr. Ketcham for being not only a great teacher but a friend:
to Gina all the fun memories of 9th, l0th, and forever: to Denise f many more crazy but precious times: to
Diana many thanks for putting up with me and finally, to Mr. Frank, l leave him with a guarantee that I'II
always be confused. K.K.
I, Sheri Keith, leave Barb a lovely red pencil box, Snoopy, and special memories: Amy P our special
phone calls: Colleen, Marla and Jeanne an excellent Senior Year: Chris a back scratch, many special
memories with a lifetime more to come, and all my love forever, and all my friends a hug, thanks, and
I, Chris Kelly, leave Diane C. a "buddy" to remember always, to Adam L. one Arlington Band jacket,
slightly charred: to everyone else, I leave pleasant memories, and I take with me, the memories you have
given me. Lastly, to Susan Colette Carmichael, who has been a friend and much more, I leave my love. Bye
I, Ricky Kelly, leave Andy with the best of luck in the future: Chris and the Kampers a real sister:
Helen some normal clothes and a Muzzlef: Pam explaining about the one-way and all the fond memories of
Freedom Park: Christie sitting on my living room couch playing with the pillows and all the memories the
future will bring,
I, Christine Kelton, leave Lisa filling out petty automobile catastrophe reports: Mr. R. the 'shadow of
his overbite:" and to whoever can find something constructive to do with them, a JA cello and a pile of Julius
Klengel: also, AD, LH, LD, JC, GERALD, TM, CR, MR JH, IH, KD, B12 BG, PA, BM, DELD, and AG as
peculiar andfor special memoirs.
I, .lonni Kirkpatrick, leave the Texas Lunch Gang, still in Texas Lunch: Green Beans to whoever's into
them: Gail and "Ralph" in my driveway: and Mark my love and my future: Bye B., Later A.H.!
I, David Klaproth, leave Mary N., Gail C,, and Kim L., stranded at Camp Chrystal Lake, and trying
to find proof for friday night escapades: to Dawn K. IFumeJ all my love!, and How did we end up in
Connecticut from Mays MalI'l: To John B. I leave Miracles on Fridays and pudding pops stuck to his lips:
and to my buddy Lady Di I leave all the good times in art class: and to Tracy R and Jaci G. I leave 98, 7
I, Craig, Klein, leave my car submerged in Lake Arlington: my remains to the next All Bio Class: My
sanity to Mr. Frank: and my AR notebooks to the highest bidder.
I, Peter Anton Klein, leave Mr. Gambino a gorilla: Miss Vreatt Hamlet, Othello, Oedipus, and all
those guys: Mrs. K., Mrs. B, Mrs, T, to do their own dirty work: Marching Band the challenge to do better:
Lisa and her friends to another fascinating year at AHS,
I, Stephen Kochanovvski, leave Rich wrecking cars, and trying to light em up: Reuter still trying to
find gas money: Ron with his bath at 5100: everyone at Jeff's house kicking back: and Lisa I leave you a
laugh and a smile.
I, Dawn Kocot, leave Johnnie all my love: Lisa S, a mint Chevy and many wild memories: David K.
the word - 'Hey Dave, how did we end up in Conn. anyway'?": and Sue M. an endless supply of gum!
I, Permy Koopman, leave Arlington High School with many memories and much learned: Uncle Al
the Kiddies Pal a nose: Michele, my bestest budd, the biggest thank-you ever for all our beautiful
I, Dehbie Kornhrek, leave Wendy still hanging out at Texas Lunch lst period: Hilda wishing she was a
year older: Brig, Karen dt Elda dt the rest of my friends peace, love dt happiness.
I, Terri Kotes, leave Sue freeing me lst period: Kim wondering what's going on: Karen still hoping for
a red Porcshe and a special thank-you for all the great memories from here and especially those from the
I, Rita Krueger, leave Andrea getting me to see the "center" of things in bio: Dave finding me without
my surfboard: and Ruth remembering our non-existent nostalgia for "the best years," the escapes to the
Walden commune, and Phil.
I, Susan Knrmm, leave Brenda B. trying to open our locker, and deciding who she's mad at: to Chris
Z., I leave him trying to decide whether he is going to grow his mustache back or not: to Brian L., I leave
him to Beth N., and him working on his 'Stang: to Colette, I leave great memories of 'fnose-blowing' at
Texas Lunch! Finally, Ijust leave A.H,S. with great memories and even better, GREAT friends! I luv you
I, Janine IAGreca, leave Jim and Tom Cafe, B: I leave Toni with all the men in the world except mine:
I leave Kathy wahing in N,C. and all my teachers a great retirement, I leave all my love to Mark.
I, Lori Landolfa, leave Will my "special" kiss: Annie a string of popcorn and some red icing: Jamie an
ant hill and a real handshake: Karen, a pookie bear: and Eileen, Kelly, Maria, Jackie, Annie, Kars, Kim,
Jill, Mary Beth, Michele R., Michele H., etc., sleeping over.
I, Karen Ann Lang, leave my dirty cloths to Eileen: I leave Tara Beck all my valuables. I leave all the
love in the world to Mark Trexler. I leave many fond memories at A.H.S, and finally I leave only to start all
I. Michele Lang, leave John lst, Znd, 3rd period.
I, Meg Laurendeau, leave to Katie Jabba's travel mug, and a chalet in the Alps: to Linda I leave a
safety pin to pierce her ear, her favorite number in the freezer, and a better curfew: to Cindy O. leave
chapstick and tissues: to Karin I leave my lamborghini.
I, Anne Lehmkuhl, leave our Christmas trip to N.Y.C, returning to celebrate at "The Top of the
Sixes", Paul with an Indian: a mission impossible to Alfie's house: Jamie plastered to the back seat of the
Mazda - wishing for Bill' and Corky: and Lisa a lifetime of friendship.
I, Dawn Lewis, leave dead or alive for life as a total waste-product tlook out Dutchess, here I comel,
headed for the weekend horizons. To Shari, I leave Russ jumping the coffee table yelling "SWEET-
NESS!": Virginia to Greg and vise-versa: Hey Cindy. remember Mike and Dave? f Flo . , . alone,
I, Tina Lewis, leave to all my friends tyou all know who you arelj all the real good times! I will never
forget any of you!
I, Kim Lindmarlt, leave Mary and Gail at McDonalds looking for pennies: Elise clinging to Paul at the
Hudson Correctional Facilty: Chris dropping pine at the facility: David K, stranded at Bogies and the best
I, Jeannine Liu, leave Andrea Stern wondering if her patience will ever run out on the subject of WB,
hysterical lunch periods, ten kids and two dogs, all the good times we shared, and happiness and success in
the future. tWB+7J To Jane Hunt, I leave great memories of Dayton, Ohio '83 and '84, winterguard, my
constant complaining about Rick the nightmares of Jeanette. tOvah dere?l, and lots of Laughs. To Rick, I
leave off my cross one Romeo and Juliet, 2nd period HCT, 7th and Bth: lessons on life, best dressed, lots of
love, laughter and smiles and I leave eternally grateful, To Mr, Hart, I leave unforgettable memories, "Nice
talk", one good captain, and forever loving colorguard.
I, Mark Livingston, leave Tyner on his own recognizance: Darren my disposable razor: a seat that
pinches in the bow four: many special memories and lots of love to Karen.
l,Clara Lopera fTataJ, leave Bill with all my English homework, Mrs. Scott with all the kids that steal
her pencils from her desk: and finally to all my good friends, specially L.H. I leave all my love.
I, Richard Lotze, leave J. O. if22, I leave L. H. making great excuses to her parents and Chunks a
bucket. To Al I leave all the Rush he wants to listen to.
I, Diane Ludwig, leave Jessica Reynolds to all my teachers. Also to Brian "Poobah" I leave all my
I, Thomas Lutz, leave my stocks from the Titanic Shipbuilding Corp. to Mr. Ginsberg: and all my
blessings and happiness to all my friends and past teachers.
I, Cathy Macek, leave Bullwinkle in charge of the 85 soccer team and another year of busrides with
Etu: Laura Haase holding a Baby Gherkin in her hand: 3rd period free with Traci doing bookkeeping and
Patti planning her camping trip: Dineen, Dave, and Jamie a day in Psychology with Hello I love . . . and
Dineen constantly laughing.
I, Bill Mack, leave Elena having absolute knowledge of me and me of her. Paul renting videos tgood
and badl: Mrs. K., Mrs, T, tmommyl, and Mrs. B. much love, Andrea and Damon, Kati and Dylan each
other: Vickie lighter skies: and finally, J.O., A.D,, L.H., N.S., M.E., M.R., MP, and L.M. wishing them all
I, Gina Magumo, leave Karen still trying to figure out just who knows and who doesn't: my sister,
Christine, my great memory, at our mother's request: Mrs, Robinson still waiting for a topper of her 1982-
83 period 4 class, with Kevin and I still waiting for dinner: Leslie still plotting and scheming for the special
happiness only a certain K,H.P can bring: and I leave Arlington with fond memories still plotting searching
and scheming for one K.H.R
I, Susan Mainwaring, leave all my friends with memories that will last foreverl: to my sister I leave
another year at Arlington: To Maureen I leave the Back Trail: and To Dawn I leave thoughts of chewing
gum in Biology.
I, Tracie Macdonald, leave Tanya and Barb the rock at King Street Park: Leslie hoping to graduate
before the year 2000: Cathy in search of a vanilla milkshake and a peak car and my Buick in Lake
I, Linda Mangelsdorf, leave Meg with her safety pins, flying coffee and bagels on the ceiling, and
talking about the FLAMINGO: Cindy her combination and talking about our favorite numbers: and Bill
with a pen.
I, Cindy Marsh, leave with many great memories of AHS , . . : Linda still trying to get the safety pin
out of Megs ears: Diane to sing all those Cult little songs, solo: Jean to Chris, Tom, Lawrence, or whoever
wants her: and Maura a pair of gold plated crutches.
I, Judi Marvin, leave Dawn with Min forever. And for being such a good friend: to Kelly I leave with
Chris C. for ever and ever and for a friendship I will never forget!! and getting drunk over the chocolate
milk: I leave Mom and Dad with me and my love: I leave Mrs. Iori the quiet library she always dreamed of:
and Bernadette and Traci for being good friends.
I, Steve Maserjian, leave Mary l0l seventy-nine cent purchases: Mel, an undersized pick up truck:
J.S. hiding behind the building: and to Deeg a deluxe Kaleidoscope holder,
I, Elena Mastellone, leave Dawn watching 'Star Trek" reruns when we get channel I l: Megan ta.k.a,
Zorrol slashing my books and commanding those around me: Bill watching Joans I and 2, and my black
belt, and Damon with memories of our bus rides home: Finally, I leave all my friends and family with much
I, Vinny Mastropaolo, leave Ian G. and Jeff S. still routing for Dallas and the Lions, but I don't know
why: Jay Bloomer at home with his mom: Mike P and Ian G. doing lawns and waiting for Pete 'lf to crash his
I, Brian McBrearty, leave Tony a Black Shadow with Pasties everywhere: Kati the answer to life:
Becki an optimistic poem: Lori a recording contract: and Kisja a couple of sweaters, Journey tickets, 'love
is forever," and her name in lights.
I, Margaret-Kim McCarley, leave Coach Selagem my volleyball techniques, the needs themj: Carl
Jack, a bottle of Keri Lotion: Leah Palmer, a turtleneck sweater: Matt Oldham, a pad of Data Processing
Speculation sheets: Tiesha Franklin, anything that will calm her down, and I leave her my brains, to help
her through her last year in high school.
I. Bill McClusltey, leave to Dave my MG: I leave Kurt at Skinners. I leave to all of Arlington only my
I, Kari McConnell. leave Tim a new speedometer: Liz ajar of body glitter and Sue a double date with
Dave and Scott, every other seal.
I, Rebecca McCord, leave C.C. stumbling down Rt. 55 wondering why we can't drive to Hawaii . . .:
T.C. falling out of the car and looking for her shoes . . . : L.V. being tackled on the ski slope . . . : TM.
deciding to sleep . . , : We all leave Flo-Bo Inc. as usual . . .
I, Kelly McCoy, leave Mark all of Me forever, my food on his plate, snap-Legs and saying "No, you
won't do that": Jill pushing my car and us saying 'Knothead and Splinter, friends forever": Shari and Russ
Endless L-O-V-E and my family a "BUCKEY".
I, Steven McDonald, leave Oblique and L still looking and wishing: Tania dotting everyone: and the
key with high hopes.
I, Ellen McCann, leave Patty 808!!!: Aim a guitar pick: Christie my boots. I leave all my love to all my
friends especially Patty and Aim for always being there. I luv yas. And for my sister Debbie to pick up
where I left off.
I, Laura McGiIvray, leave Eileen a lighter and S.C.A.M.K.P: Amy looking for "arms": and Judy to
I, Sabrina Mejias, leave Leah some REAL clothes: Marisa throwing Alka-seltzer into the sink
t"First, put it in water. . ."l: R.J. climbing through the window when we "locked" the door: and KD, TK,
MO, JE and I leave Jonah and the whale to continue their attacks but hopefully in private,
I, Tina McKenna, leave my "big" brothers, Andy and Tommy, with 2 years left at A,H.S. Good Luckl:
Little Ed to his horsey talk, hay and 2 years of tapping. Thanx!: 'Smiley' "Short" talks when we should
have been doing homework: Agnes still wondering whose Jim we're talking about and what to get them for
Christmasl: Good luck class of '84 tNov. Et Junej!
I, Andy Medla, leave Chris a calculator to keep score: Pete a Brand New l984 Reliant K: I leave
Craig and Alfie each other: I leave Ricky overweight and still learning how to drive: and I leave Jonna some
height and all our memories of Wild Wood,
I, Karen Meurs, leave Sue not doing her Math homework in lunch: Kim drowning in a pot of water:
Jeff still saying, 'So . . . Whadya think'?7" Kotes at the cabin talking to my feet: and Dawn a smile,
I, Kathryn Meyerson, leave Tim, my Beagle eyes: Bill a bigger lunch but a smaller seat on marching
band trips: Jill, my basson, Mary and Sally, a decade of friendship: Jeff and Craig, another girl to pick on in
I, Ed Milhaven, leave J.D. and S.M. another full season of 'time to make the doughnuts.": Erik with
something completely different. tping-pongj: Dave and Helen with KA: and TM. being stuck up again.
I, Rich Millard, leave remembering that Led Zepplin will always be number one!
I, Neil Miller, leave Brian a I6-foot A Steinway for somewhere to put his tower of Prophets: Tony a
set of Candy-Apple, Brass-lugged Artstars: Bill dual Webers for the MGB: and Kurt I6 schillings.
I, Carlos Mina, leave the truck with a bent license plate to my brother: Dena confused . . . only
kiddingl: Theresa with a big smile: Kari and Jule trying to figure out what rides to go on.
I, Dawn Miranda, leave to Mary Beth fL.R.j TR. and all the rest teven JPJ, all the good and bad
times we had fincluding the ones at the end of drivewaysj: and all my thanks and love. To Doug S. Rob D.,
and Carlos M. I leave standing on a table. Joe O. I leave a big "HELLO!" EM, D.S., K.W., M,L., KP,
B.C., Thanks everyone,
I, Starr G. Modlin, leave M.B. with nuts for her chipmunk cheeks: Loretta with a slower and more
clear language for the world to understand: Albi with the short list of guys she has yet to go out with in all of
New York State: Jungle Woman with the long list of over 400 male acquaintances we have met in our
mischievous travels: and finally a purple heart for all courageous survivers of the 'Dreaded Ripped Lip
from the Frozen Jello-Pudding Pop,"
I, Angela Montegari, leave Terry W. making a scene, Dawn Q. 'Wrecking the Place", and the whole
back seat. To Charlie I leave all my love.
I, Kurt Moore, leave Mark with our idenHciation Business: I leave Rich and Chris who left last year:
Mike in New Paltz: I leave Lawrence confused: Thanks to a few good friends for being true friends.
I, Will Moriarty, leave Greg a bar of soap on a rope! Larry a buck, Sherm . . .a claus: The crew team
to keep tradition and kick some Roosevelt -, Karen, a spare set of keys and Lfori her ticket stub from
I, Tonia Morse, leave Kendra struggling to open the locker we shared, with some success, I also leave
her to another yr. of p.p. without too many headaches. fGod forbid anymorej. 'AI have a sister who's a legend
in her own mind". Take care of my Joan, she's such a nutl: Thanks to Andrea Buergers, for being such a
great friend. She finally sold her house!
I, Kathy Morton, leave Arlington for California. To Jamie I leave only memories and a race this
summer: To Laura I leave her with Romeo: To "Johnny Garant' I leave him with his 'Sexy legs" and him a
Kevin listening to U-2: To Scott, Robin, Bobby, Woody, Jay, and Hans one more year guys!
I, Andrea Most, leave Kati and Dylan red lights melodrama man on a charter bus or a rooftop: Vickie
real, uncynical happiness: Marris knowing and understanding everything: To NS, SH, MS, AD, CR, JC,
MP, BM, LH, TM, Mr. B, and Dave: theatrical memories,
I, Mary Muessle, leave Colleen Mlooking for love in all the wrong pIaces": Kim at the Civic Center not
quite knowing who Rainbow was: Nancy and Tracey 'doing it for memories.": Scott and Eric jamming
where I can't hear them, and the best of luck to all my friends.
I, Dawn Mulford, leave Kelly and Judi with our adventures in lunch: Joe and Gina all the happiness
together: my sister a shoulder to lean on when she needs one: Barb driving by the lirehouse wondering'?'?'?:
but most of all I leave A.H.S. with a lot of good memories. Good luck class of '84,
I, Patty Mulligan, leave Ellen CSHJ many more great times with the real people of the city i808
foreverj: Amion, a guitar pick with her motorcycle permit, Christie, f"Lights"j tons of orange Reeses
Pieces - with no place to "go": and thanks for the best of the memories to Zephyr and the cum.
I. Larry Munger, leave Alex trapped in Barc's Mav in the Amazone Jungle with the Natives: Bob
upside down in a Honda: Mike in a corn field, Pete with an incredible itch, and Wille with a Mspicey cookie"
I, Diane Nesheiwat, leave Kelly Gerardi all the good times, bad times, memories we had at Arlington,
will never forget them, Luv ya: Lori A. a day to chat with Mrs. Scott, art would not have been the same
without you there: Gym class, school bus adventures and free periods to Heather R., Maria M., Karen K.,
and Leslie H., and also to Karen a shoulder to cry on ifever in need of a friend. Thanx for all the memories.
Luv ya all!!!
I, Rita Neville, leave Debbie H. all the memories we had as sisters, the good times in Boces and gym
when we went: Heida A. standing outside in the morning having a cigarette waiting for the bell, the best of
luck with Kenny: Chris O. walking to school every morning and to find a nice guy: Ed all my love now and
I, Michele Niver, leave with a sigh of relief and a lot of special memories. I leave my love and
happiness to all of my friends, esp. M.S., D.H., TD., and D.S. I also leave saying I love you Mom and Dad
for always being there when I needed you, To everyone else I leave a smile and much happiness for now and
in the future,
I, Mary Nuccio, leave David Klaproth as 'kiss' king of Arlington High: Kathy Averill with a happy
life with Scott: Jeff Zanchelli a new pool float and a pitcher of ice-tea: Kim Lindmark a black Corvett from
Alex: and to Gail Chianelli I leave her dreams to become a Florida Beach Bum and many more good times
in the future.
I, Kelly 0'Connor, leave my sister Karin two more years: Agnes always being independently wealthy:
Mr. Frank more confused young scholars and my respect: Mrs. Murphy with morejuvenile delinquents and
to all my friends, thanks for the memories.
I, Christine 0'DelI, leave Rita with Ed planning their future together and a wish of good luck and
hope they remain happy and together forever!!! To Heidi, I leave her lost in the halls looking for child
development and her other classes: I leave Mary E with the memories of being the first two out of gym class
with our shoes untied running down the hall and a wish of luck with her and Bucky: And I leave my best
wishes to all of my friends, SK, EB, BD, etc. Good Luck.
I, Theresa 0'Keel'e, leave Karen P with a future of happiness with J.W. M.: my good friend Lisa S.
always special in my heart: Beth Clayton with all our many private jokes and 'another to write in our book":
my brother Pete with lots of luck thru his high school yrs: and many thanks to my parents for all my success,
I, Mary Beth O'NeiI, leave Starr in those flowered blue pajamas: Carolyn, I leave many many great
times: I leave Stacey to number 9 and a seat belt: Jackie E I leave Mrs. C. 'coming to get us": I leave K.M.,
S.M., B-A-A-R-R-B, WM., GRIZZ, L.L., CH., S.M., TK., D,D., BUNS, M.F, RF, KT, D.H., dc MS.,
B.C., K.W., LP, A.L., all the special moments that we have shared 8: enjoyed.
I, Robert O'Rourke, leave Steve Chiavelli a telephone pole, a move to the basket, a party he both
remembers and doesn't regret, me and Chip always telling him how much we cormpted his mind: Kevin
Collins the square root of negative one, still trying to get out of the fertile crescent, 'the Bet' on stand by,
his mother always warning him not to let me and Chip corrupt his mind.
I, Stacey Orr. leave Henry my black bikini: R.J. still wondering: and Barbara in the swamp with a box
of Pampers: I also leave M.0., B.C., CV, D,H., PS., M.C., D.R., GF, SF, E,M,, S.W., and K.M. each
with special memories of their own: hey Buddy - thanks and I love you.
l, Mary Ottaway, leave Sally still looking like me with my hair parted on the SIDE: Jeff with cold
hands and warm memories: Katie with at least a million 'Anyway's".
I, Sarah Ottaway, leave Mary still looking like me with my hair parted in the MIDDLE: Kenny with
as many one o'clock's as he can handle: Katie with I0 years with the fuzzy, brown, bear puppet.
I, Leah Palmer, leave my cuz Nino dusted like 'nine", My Girl Starr arriving first and leaving first at
parties: 'That Boy' Matt Oldham with his cherry drink: my close friend Lisa Apple trying to eat raw cake
before her mom came home: and most of all I leave all my love to my family and Nate Fox.
I, Tracey Palumbo, leave thanking Jaci Gent for making all my years of high school and our special
friendship a special part of my life: Mary and Gail holding on for dear life in the 'red bomb': David
Klaproth with at least a 5 minute break before lighting another cigarette: Jazzy Jess and Tami with many
good times to come: and last but not least . . . I leave everyone a smile and the best of luck.
I, Jon Papineau, leave all my love to Kimmy: and my two close friends RV and J,N. still in H.S.
I, Lisa Parrotte, leave Ruth D,S. fthough he isn't worth itll: Christine a crash helmet for those bad
days: and the AV crew sitting around in the 'TURNIP PATCH": Finally I leave B.M,, L.H., A.D., J.C.,
A,E,, J.H., K.B., MP, L.L,, M.R., J.L., MV, D.S., K.S., D.C.,TH.,T'If, M.S., S.I'l., DV, and everyone
else my love and good wishes.
I, John Passarelli, leave my dearest Suzanne wishing she was leaving with me: Tony in need of a
haircut: Mr. DeRosa many thanks for his help and support throughout high school: Mike F in Myrtle
Beach having a terrific time: Danny P manager of the year,
I. Karen A. Passarelli, leave Theresa O. sleeping in front of G.G.'s house with a melon ball in her
hand: Beth C. eating at McDonald's and her old apartment back: Eileen U. as my roommate at Suny
Potsdam: Karen B. struggling for words with N.M. and J.W,M. a special place in my heart forever!
I, Ray Patiemo, leave all my love to Jacqueline: and the best of luck to all my friends.
I, Michael Paul, leave Jay Bloomer lighting with his mom for control ofthejacuzzi: Pete Thomson a
real driver's license: Jeff stringer a real football team: Vinny Mastapola a lawn, and Ian that special black
shirt he got for Christmas.
I, Renee Pelland, leave Arlington High School with memories of all the good times I've had with my
friends: I leave Michelle her seniority: Cindy wondering if 'he' could've handled both of us: Jenny in the
stall remembering that Dallas game: and Lara with memories of Chris and Chris and their sound effects.
I, Jill Petersen, leave Renee a continually wholesome life ahead of her and a good laugh over the 18:
Jamie his annoying Yoda impression: Jeff an Easter egg with a big surprise inside: Kelly a menu CM-E-N
men, YJO-U youj and chestnuts roasting on an open fire: W.W., Kelly and I leave saying, 'Knothead and
Splinter, friends forever."
I, Chris Peterson, leave to Jenny, a wrestling coach who has a great tan, and loves the Cowboys, to
Michelle, that famous quote 'you still have friends": to Lara, a thank you for the fun we've had. . . fexcept
for those bruises on my legi: to Diane, someone to laugh with all summer longl: to Adam, a brand new band
jacket . . . fAsbestos coated, of courselj.
I, Joe Petrosky, leave Birdy heavily in debt: Becky one large bandaid: Renee and Jill at the mercy of
the FOX: Ray sitting home on New Years Eve.
I, Marc Pfeifer, leave special thanks to K.W. for helping me through all the rough times of this year:
H.H. a very hardy 'heh": L.K. in Wildwood trying to find a date: and to Jayne I leave many great times in
the past with many more to follow, 'I hope,"
I, Andrew Phillips, leave my thanks to the Rev. James for being a friend fGood luck in New Yorkj: one
more wild party to all who attended the last one: Miss Drewes my thanks and a real stereo: and to Amy Beth
G, all my love.
I, Dan Pietrafesa. leave Janet at Arlington for two more years: Chris his All American Award: John a
baseball scholarship: Mr. DeRosa much thanks for making me a part of the team: Neil knowing that I will
not be in his Math class next year,
I, Ken Pomilla, leave the AHS faculty one last Pomilla to put up with, Sue: to Eileen I leave a sincere
thanx for everything: contrary to popular belief, I leave D.D. all my love forever: I leave Crusher falling on
the ice while Pooh Bear laughs in hysterics: finally, I leave all my friends a good luck wish and Thanx for
I, Janine Privratsky, leave Jonni more days to complete her forgotten book: Lisa and Ann with a lost
box of candy: Rita still waiting to go out with Rob: Texas Lunch with Tea and a toasted hard roll for
breakfast: A.H.S. with fond memories: and all my love to John.
I, John Quist, leave Eileen Unterberger playing with her tennis racquet and Debbie Dorsey at the zoo
with the monkeys.
I- Chris Rlgonese, leave Andrea and Carlton still wondering what happened at Oceanside: Carlton,
Damon, and I, the 'soap brothers", trying to get anyone we oould lind to join us in the shower: Elena
happily leaving on a plane for Vienna with a million dollars: Aileen being one of the few selected to attend
Area All 513101 and to all my 'drama" friends all those cliche things that don't need to be said.
J, Michele Rauschenhach, leave Jackie with frostbite in Florida: Eileen, Karen and Lori fun in the sun
21 HIIIOH Head: Kim trying to stay awake: the 'gang' great times: and Kevin 1.
I. Chris Reilly, leave Kit and Kat a few lumps for Pete Puma: and Moonchild still condemned to
purgatory and Music.
I, CIIYISSY R0w1ud,leave-Mary E all the great memories and you will always be a good friend forever:
thanks Gina C. for always. being there: L.A-. S.D., K.C., S.C., D.D., we had a lot of good times: I leave
Barbara D. one tie-dye shirt: and now I leave to be with the one I love, Kenny: thanks Mom and Dad.
I, Steve Reuter, leave Lisa all my love and memories along with my comments: and Jon on the floor at
Kentucky Fried Chicken,
I, Randy Lynn Reynolds, leave thanking John for all the special memories: I leave Laura still giving
wrong directions to her own house: I leave Brian a 'white' car: I leave George E with a pair of chucks and a
lump on his head.
I, Scott Richards, leave Richard Starkey still not liking onions: Jeff B. to carry on the Merc tradition:
Hey, M.H. - RRRRRRRRRR Bum Bum!! oh Weill: special thanks and memories to Mr. and Mrs.
Buergers, Mrs. M.W,, Mr. B.S., Mr. RM., W.G., A.I., G.R., 'Legs". 'IIM.I. and all my other friends: and
last I leave 'De Oppresso Liber"!
I, Eileen Ringel, leave Heather and Pat fighting: Laura a bottle of ketchup that worked and a pack of
cigarettes: Ken ten girls and buttons for his shirt: Karen a ride home: and Mike a can of 7-Up and another
I, Alfio Romano, leave Tom still dreaming about Eileen: Pete still in the batters box: Chris with a
broken TV set: Craig scared to death of epilepsy and not so tough: and Johnny still with a spot on his head.
I, Dave Rosenfeld, leave Kim L., all my love, hugs and kisses: Rockin-'lim a real car door: Jimmy
Keller, a box of Warm Fuzzies: and Coll B. my endless friendship.
I, Stacy Rosenfeld, leave Anne using those big words during the summenime, Shannon with a broken
camera: my friends fespecially Betty and Ladyl with my deepest gratitude for making these years really
great: and Mom and Dad all my thanx for all the support they've given me over the years.
I, Karen Rotella, leave Bmay Jaeger still thinking her friend Dave is nice looking: I leave Greg Taylor
bugging Rob Anderson for me: I leave Brian McCourt good luck in North Campus: I leave Carrie Innes an
extra pack of cigarettes: I leave Adam Sigler walking past me on purpose!
I, Kevin Roth, leave Barb saying we have to go out one of these nights and both of us knowing who
Stanley is: Karen putting two dollars in her car and saying 'God I hope we make it to schooI': Kim
throwing up her cup of tea at Texas Lunch: to everyone else thanks for the funtimes.
I, Mark Roth, leave Kelly flying off a cliff, a Ho Jo to go, walking like the Ducks in Tanglewood Park
and all of me to keep forever: I leave Mom and Dad all my thanks: I leave Vinny a crash proof Mazda: and
Shari and Russ a TA. from McDonalds.
I, Shaman Roth, leave Anne Marie still talking on the phone: Stacy with a busy outfit: Tuna still
getting nervous: my best friends, Anne and Stacy, with great memories and many thanks: and my Mom and
Dad with special thanks.
I, Brian Rothstein, leave Vic, Jeff, Dave and Sheryl in Saratoga with a pillow, a broken car and a bag
of Jelly Beans: Tim a Rockin pair of vans: Jon a real car: Kathy I leave her me: and Wanda a ride home from
school every day.
I, George Rugal: leave Scott fThe Little Soldierl a lot of luck in Special Forces: Rich and Mark
wondering how I got so many free periods: Tom the thought, 'I do believe in God": K.B. a life time supply
of my cartoons: 5th period lunch with a lot of laughs.
I, Cathi Sambuco leave the Clorinda Syndrome . , . hopefully!
I, Renee Sampson, leave my brother in this place for another two years: to all my friends the best of
luck in the future: thanks to C.W, S.B., S.D., C.C.. B.C. for making this last year worth living: to Darren I
leave all my love forever.
I, Kimberlee Seaman, leave all the love in the world with lots of great times to come to Shelley: to
Brian I leave 'the love forever": I leave Michael still preparing for beautiful grandchildren: I leave the
strawberry daquiri girls with lots of fantastic memories: and to my 'little sis' Caine, S.C., J.B,, A.L,, LL.,
WM. QMPJ, K.G.R., D.H., M.S., JMB., 8: J.W., I leave a friendship to last forever and ever!
I, Lisa Sforza, leave Jayne Hayden with a tie score of 6 Up. . . Never let it end: to Theresa I leave not
having to say a word: you already know T: to Kelly I leave 'knowing' that one day she'lI find what she
needs: Nuge with many more shots to the throat, and other familiar places: and to Spitz, I leave a piece of
mind. Don't stop believing take it all the way.
I, Mike Shaughnessy, leave Rockin Tim 'behind the Green Door": John C. a princess in a temple:
Kurt some cool clothes: and I leave Greg Starzyk Mrs. Long Statistics, and a Taxi!
A I, Paul Sherman, leave Darren laughing about the water on his boot in the Juliet: Willie dreaming of
Louise and Alex: Swivel Hips living with the Indians and a wolf: Chipmunk cheeks late for psychology, and
the football team a whole lot of pride.
I, Maria Siegel, leave Darren and Paul still calling me Pita: I leave Lori saying 'Ya know what I
mean'?": I leave Jamie - Iinally!: I leave Arlington all the beautiful memories of the class of '84: and I
leave Darren my 'endless love".
I,.Richard Sleight, leave Dave with one Million Dollars for lunch in the first week of school next yean
Tom still collecting lost souls for the church: Guido a crate of new flannel shirts: George a new jacket
instead of his denim one: a straightjacket: and all the rest of my friends, not mentioned, good luck in life.
I, Shannon Slocum, leave E.B. with her musical ambitions: ML with her Goucho career, and SS with
lots of energy.
I, Lisa Smith, leave Shelly, Susan, and Penny a lot of thanks: good luck to Kristen and next year's
yearbook staff: to Ken P I leave buttons, needles, and thread: I also leave Shelly trying to forget the back of
I, Jonna Spilbor, leave M.K. and SM. with some real happy memories: Donna M., my little S.I.L.,
with an everlasting friendship: and most of all I leave with Joe Murphy still and always behind the wheel.
I, Vicky Spyrou, leave Arlington High School with great memories: Colette and me walking through
Poughkeepsie and Friday mornings at Texas Lunch: Tracy always waiting for David: finally I leave Mary
always loving Joe.
I, Susan Steier, leave Mr. Seibold and my old physics class, especially Andrea, Nancy and 'Mr. Ed",
my laugh, and flies: Corrine and I leave 'line and dandy': Lisa still thinking it was funnyiwhen it wasn't'
Shelly always a friend letting it ring once: and to 'Iina, Penny, Michelle, Laurie, Amy and all my friends'
thanks for the memories, Love ya. ' '
I, Andrea Stem, leave Jeannine driving by WB's house, chasing me with an eyeliner pencil and doing
endless perfect double-tumaroundsl Rita jogging with me before dawn. and listening to all my jokes in
biology, and my favorite sister Michele continuing with few worries, much fun, and lots of luck
I, Chad Stone, leave Brad and Carlos walking tall: Dan with some writing skills: the Arlingtonian with
my articles: Melinda with all my love: and everyone wondering who I really am.
I, Michele St. Onge, leave the many fond memories of the times we've shared and all our laughs to
Penny, "Boa Kaa": all my Thursday nights to Butch: all the crazy times and the lingeraknuckle-palm
method to Jeff. 'Working on live years now. Go for it!": Toni all the crazy times in English and her 'let's
open the present while everyone else is sleeping": Penny and I still playing football on the band camp Iield.
I, Jeti' Stringer, leave Mike Paul a Michigan Panthers and Detroit Red Wings hat: Ian Gileskie a
thought to finally give up on the Dallas Cowboys: Matt Elmore, I leave a big color poster of Billy Sims, who
is better than Franco Harris anyday: Jay Bloomer, a night away from the house, and a losing Miami football
team: better luck next year.
I, Shelly Strydio, leave Andy waiting for the summer and someday. . . : Sue some more of my ex's:
Lisa to take her unique sense of humor to RPI: Andrea and Lisa to have some time not spent on Yearbook:
good luck to next year's staff.
I, Sue Studer, leave Debbie W. an extra ping-pong paddle to have an edge on Mark in gym: Debbie S.
a pen to write more notes from home: Debbie Smith an apple for Dandy: and I leave Carrie with B's black
I, Laura Simdberg, leave wondering when Kat will tind her true love: Darrin with all my thanx and my
love: Rich trying to find the meaning of his life: and John with the understanding that l'll always love him,
and never forget: finally, I leave wishing all my friends the best of everything.
I, Kelly Surieo, leave Lee totally in love: Kim spaced out: Dana my dirty gym clothes: Thanks for all
the memories, and great times: K.H., L.S., J.S., M.M.: I'm leaving now to be with the one I love. , . Rick:
I, Kelly Sweet, leave Miss Drewes and Valerie forever running the Stormy workouts: my sister, Kris,
forever doing homework. and worrying whether it really is done: All my love to J.A.C.: and to Arlington I
leave with many crazy memories, and friends.
I, Teresa Taubl, leave Sue M. with my closest friendship, skiing disasters, and maybe Scoogie: SVM.
a black GMC, including the owner, Raiders of the Lost Ark and Richard Pryor: Roy Lucas I leave Kaal
Rock, grasshoppers, and the Army: R.S., B.S., S.M., J.B., 'lime, LF and .I SL F my thanks for their
friendship and support: I leave Arlington with too many memories of my attendance.
I, Jackie Taurence, leave Kristin all my thanks for all our years of friendship and all we've been
through together: I leave Jill on the bus singing. . . : I leave Larry still asking, 'Who is it'?": I can't leave
Helen anything because she's already got everything, sorry!
I, Butch Terminello, leave Matt Sakkas a real nose and a real lifesize - 'You know what Greeks
say'!': Kelly Davis my etemal love and friendship fand stuffj: Melinda my 'Jokes' and whatever: M.S.
Thursday nights and hangman!!: Agnes second period and a real lawyer.
I, Phil Thurst, leave my teachers wondering how I pulled it off: Smoken, smilen, Joe fighting
Communism all over the world: Jeff 'stud' Zanchelli being turned down again and again . . . : my sister
carrying on the tradition, and looking for Chad Stone: for a hopeful future with K.S.
I, Stephen Tice, leave the Ski Club with good friends and the Spring Track Team the Big win in the
State meets. I also leave this school with good times.
I, Toni Tompkins, leave Aileen D. Horaldo, Reunite and Bob the bulb eating bunny: Laura popping
out of a sunroof: Butch in a taxi heading for Hopewell Junction: Michele Thursday nights with Butch: and
all my love to Dan!
I, Kevin Tlipper, leave Becki fMy Favorite Personi, a hug a day for the rest of her life: Becki, Jill, and
Mr. Wynne risking their life in their car because that's their business: Craig K. a workout program so he can
lift his own TV, and get a real body: Renee fMy other favorite personj All the answers to the Calc AP Exam.
I, Ralph Umhoefer, leave to Mark and Jim, an easy writer Disc to break into, to Pat and Adrieene I
leave my locker combination and a bag of styrofoam: to Lew D., Jim D., Sean M., and Mr. Buergers, I leave
a snow storm on stage, and to the Marching Band, I leave the BEST Season ever. Bye.
I, Eileen Unterberger, leave my brother Robbie, hard work and fun times to come in the future 'Good-
Luck": Michele R., Lori, Karen, Jill, and Kelly all the memories of Hilton Head - 'Michele get out of the
sun!': Pam and Jonna their sleepless and wild weekends: Dineen with an eternal smile and many terrific
times in college: Ricky and Pam playing a 'real' tennis game.
I, Jamie VanBramer, leave Mikie still madly in love with Biff the Kahlua Bear: Lori still trying to get a
real voice and saying, 'You know what I mean7": Pam St Jonna a few inches of my height: Darren and
Maria both still looking for a real car: the ice hockey team to anybody crazy enough to want to inherit it.
I, Cathy VanCoughnett, leave Stacey forever being my B.B.: to Donna I leave two band-aids and
someone else to fight: to G.M. all the memories of B.K. and 'Hey Buddy': to Michelle I leave 'One
Saturday Night in the Altogether": and finally to all my friends I leave a smile, hug, and all my love
I, Damon Van Demarlt, leave Dylan with the smiles fand Katij: A.H.S. my little brother: A,H.S. free
now of annoying individualists, able to function properly now Ctickj properly now fclickj properly. . . :
Andrea alone fbut with my phone numberj.
I, Jonna VanWagenen, leave my other two thirds saying 'We're just a party lookin' for a place to
happen': Pam shouting 'Tourists' in Washington, begging me to 'twist her ami' and saying "you're not
going to believe this onel' and 'WONGO": Sue 100 pennies: I leave still trying to convince Andy that
WILD WOOD is in my backyard: and finally, I leave Eileen a boyfriend.
I, Meegan Lee Veeder, leave Mr. Robinowitz a poem and a broken cello: Elena searching for my prom
date: my brother Ding saying 'My name is Dal!!': Mrs. Seager with many thanks and blue ribbons: and to
all my Dave friends memories of me and my sewing machine mending torn and tattered clothes and a set
made of ticky-tac.
l, Sue Ward, leave my other two-thirds saying, 'We're just a party looking for a place to happen!',
Pam saying, 'Not on the Oriental rug!'?!': and Jonna a lighter car fl0 ton limitj: I leave Karen a spatula for
her headlights: and Terri a helium machine fHi!J.
I, Timothy Watson leave the Chamelion and the Seal a beret each: TB., J.B., S.C., K.'If, K.C., and
R.0. a can of ham: the Russians hoping that the Commandos do not retum fWe shall thoughj: the Kampers
a bunch of signs and a painted road: DD, DC, BW, CW, VM, PG, and GR lots of luck in the future.
I, Becki Way, leave Renee hanks for 'the best of times' and promises of more: Brian searching for
dreams and making up for lost time: Mary a smile and someone her own age: and Kevin fmy favorite
personj a hug a day: Also, thanks EU, JR JT, and KK.
I, Kim fWazoo1 Wazewski, leave my mother signing furiously at Arlington: Renee to carry on the
'rowdiness': Dee V waiting for Butch to come home: Mr. Weyant all his jokes and with a big thanks: my
special friends, Jamie K., Kevin R. and the gang with lots of love and happy memories - Thanks guys!
I, Mark Webeig leave Chris all my Tishirts: Mrs. G. all my missspelled words: and to all the rest I leave
I, Stuart Weiss, leave the X-C team as 'The Real One": My friends all the good times: remembering
the team's accomplishments over the years and a thanks to the coaches: everyone left to carry on where
we've left off, and above all for good!
I, Kelly Welsh, leave Gina in fourth period saying 'I don't believe thisl' and still singing her song!
Thanks for all your helpl: Dave and Scott all my watermelon candyl: Traci and Kathy still confused in first
period: and Danny, I leave some very special memories and a special place for you in my heart.
I, Kim Werber, leave to 'Jon Jon" all the great memories we have: to AG, and JF all my 'Yows!': to
Mom, Dad and Ryan all my love: and a big thanks to all you special people who make me so happy!
I, Colette Werskey, leave Carrie always having to hear me yell and Scott's love: Vicky walking
through Poughkeepsie fbut not alonej: Shawn hearing the echo of her nickname: Darnell chasing little
Pauls around the house: and to Darren all my love always no matter what.
I, Lisa Wenzel, leave my best friend, Sue Traver with one more year in this place: SM with all the
memories: Phils, whoppers, eguanas, great adventure, SC Great Adventure, the valley, etc.: Sunita and
Michele with all my boring problems: and to all my friends the best of everything in the future.
I, Richard Willey, leave leadership of the debate club opposition to Andrew: one copy of the Prince to
Blair Schneider and a lot of weird memories to all the members of my social studies class,
I, Jackie Wilson, leave Michele still riding around in her bat mobile: Anne getting hit by a bus: Lori
with a real laugh: the gang at a party getting raided by the Kampers: I leave all the great memories to MR,
AL, MS, KS, KB, LL, BC.
I, Vickie Wahl, leave to Andr., the other pink glass, a leopard slip foohlj and almost the same person:
to Mary happiness and 'Thanks for sharing:' to the main oflice - peace and quiet and normal morning
I, Wayne Woodbrey, leave MR BH with best wishes in the future: Tom Brinkerhoff battered and
bruised after wrestling practice: Mrs. Tillman looking for her clay: Donna E. with a hug: Jenny T with
nothing but nice things in the future.
I, Agnes Yando, leave Kelly taking tennis lessons and my eternal friendship: Sue more orange and
blue hair for future Halloween parties: Nancy more hugs: Butch still tripping over chairs when late for
second period: the 7th period lunch gang continuous laughter and friends forever!
I, Jeff Zanchelli, leave Rich and Pam in a swamp: Gail, Mary Sc Lisa parallel parking with Mr.
Callahan: Twinkee, Ray, Sheryl, Dave, and Vic wandering through the streets of Saratoga: Steven and
Richard kicking back: Corie and White Lines in the happening place.
I, Geraldine Zang, leave Mr. Okraski with his cabinet intact fwith no burnsj, my thanks to Mr. L. and
the 'G's': lots of luck and love to my brother Steven: and a great big hug to each and every one of the
special people in 6th period lunch - thank you all so very much!
I, Keith Zimmerman, Leave Winnie still looking for love: Chris Peter the Great: Mic looking for a real
man: Paul my smelly jersey.
I, Peter Zimmerman, leave Tom, Tony, and Jonnie a room and a mirror at the Hilton: Andy a big blue
elephant: Tom at the bowling alley saying 'He hit me, he!'!' hit me.': the soccer team more 'doggies of the
hundred variety": Anne finally realizing my car is YELLOW, not GREEN.
We, Miss Vreatt's first period class, leave AHS wiser through suffering.
We, the Kampers, leave still knowing that the Kampers Are Mentally Prepared Everlasting Real
We, the Antikampers, leave knowing that we can't compete with the Kampers. We are not a good
organization. Please forgive us Kampers, Please.
We, the students of Mr. Gambino's BC Calculus class, leave Mr. Gambino a keg of orange soda, a
bottle of cologne, and a terrific surrealistic experience.
We, 6th Period AP Calculus, leave Mr. Gambino being chased by the Bees and a sixapack of orange
We, the members of Drama Club, leave Maestro Hoey ten free piano lessons so that he can play
something besides Fonim.
We, Mrs. Gales's 6th period class, leave tons of Goose Bumps!
We, Mrs. Kime's AP History class, leave her to peace, quiet, or tranquility.
We, Mr. Usil'er's AP Biology Class, leave him with the great scent of Brute.
We, The Cross Coimtry Team, leave Mr. Horton at the Hotel Syracuse in the Library and a shoe stuck
in the mud.
We, the typing statl' including Laurie and Katie, leave broken fingernails, sore backs, lost free time,
deadlines, and the known fact that we will never do this again!
WE, THE 84 ANCHORS STAFF fALIAS ANDREA, LISA, AND SHELLYJ, LEAVE TO TAKE A
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Rawls, James Brett
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29 Bart Dr.
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92 Cross Rd.
23 Kimball Dr.
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and the Class of 1984
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As the editor ofthe yearbook, I have had the responsibility of
managing the production of the 1984 edition of Anchors. For
me, this job demanded countless hours of hard work. This
challenging endeavor could not have been accomplished with-
out the help of,a dedicated stajf Therefore, I would like to
thank all yearbook members who participated in the makings
ofthe yearbook. Special thanks are extended to Lisa Smith and
Shelly Strydio who devoted many hours of their time and
really did a superior job. Mrs. Buergers, my advison and Mr.
Brian Hawthorne, the Delmar representative, also need to be
recognized for their outstanding patience and guidance.
A yearbook is not the job ofa single person. It is the product
of many peopleg the photographers, the copy and layout stays,
the business stajfand the typists. Again, I would like to extend
my gratitude to the people who contributed. Ifeel that these
contributions have resulted in a great yearbook.
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This year's cover was designed by Jeanna Orosz. It was
chosen for its originality and fine graphic design. In accor-
dance with the compass, the yearbook's theme is one of
direction. Hopefully, the 1983-1984 yearbook captures
the most important events of the school year, and that
students fespecially seniorsj will enjoy looking back on the
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