Arlington High School - Indian Yearbook (Arlington, MA)

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P ' or In IKot on« u?drd lU €ndl«55 lomorrouJ .THf ul tllm£iii jf tirn UH jedtrAa jt . could not ufiri iV jor the T op£ u?£ sVuire; That tKtre is dlu)c S a Umorroii ind U u iU H ?ett Cf, bright £r,anior£ pUaSln Uv«,a €ntU ad c faiik. es crAa U otw sclbt sa j, but i ou and I Vnpu) that it is alidads dbe innin of to mprroii? that u £ |a 5 kion todau. X i$ J ope tKat promises ujnere uesV- days hate proved 3tnd 50;ioo, it mirrors Qn eternal love to (Jroiv jor an- other, as another otice loved • Xt is ydith that ioijs Ke still loves. Cadat is but the irst da oj Ujt, One never satjs goodbye ,but onl jare thee ivell until ive meet a in« ' ll ADMINISTRATION GEORGE EUSCO, ADMINISTRATIVE HEADMASTER REED TAYLOR, ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Graduation signifies another important milestone in the lives of each member of the class of 1977. You must now look to the future. My sincere hope for each of you is that your dreams and ambitions of the past four years become realities; that your days at Arlington High School in some small measure will have contributed to success and happiness in the future. To each and everyone of you: “Good health, good luck, and may a favorable wind be always at your back!” George F. Fusco HENRY TOCZYLOWSKI, SENIOR HOUSEMASTER RICHARD COLLOMB, ASSISTANT SENIOR HOUSEMASTER 18 RALPH GIOIOSA, DIRECTOR OF OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION DONALD ROMEO, ASSISTANT JUNIOR HOUSEMASTER RALPH GIOBBE, JUNIOR HOUSEMASTER HAROLD FAIRBANKS, SOPHOMORE HOUSEMASTER PAUL JENNEY, ASSISTANT SOPHOMORE HOUSEMASTER RICHARD HALL, FRESHMAN HOUSEMASTER THOMAS VAUGHN, ASSISTANT FRESHMAN HOUSEMASTER 19 GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT WILLIAM E. CROKE WALTER A. DEVINE, DIRECTOR OF GUIDANCE MARION KENNEDY JOANNE COAKLEY SUZANNE CRAPSER KATHLEEN CARNEY HOWARD DONALDS, SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST 20 DR. LOU LEVIN, SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST M. PATRICIA FALLON VINCENT D ' ANTONA MILTON MACDONALD ALLEN WINECOUR DANIEL WOLF. SCHOOL SOCIAL WORKER MORA C. RAWLINGS “Do it my way — or don ' t do it at all! " 21 LIBRARIANS If - JULIA BUTLER RUTH LEPIE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT ANTOINETTE POTTER DOROTHY R. HEALY, PAULINE SPENCER 22 MATHEMATICS FRANK PROPP, DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN EDWARD BRADBURY JOHANNE CAHILL JAMES S. BROWN EDWARD BURNS 23 ROBERT COMMITO ROBERT COMMINS MARY L. HOGAN MARY FARREY CARL J. DEMATTEO DOREEN KILDAY ROGER DUGGAN 24 RICHARD E. PAUL ARLENE MAHONEY WINNIFRED WOHLLEBE HELEN MACK JOHN RYDER FREDERICK MALOOF CAROLE MILLER 1 25 MARY BARRY LOIS BECKWITH JOEL BECKWITH SUZANNE BELOTE BARBARA BROWN 26 MARY M. FISCHER PETER FILICHIA LUCILE BURT KATHLEEN DOYLE GAIL COLLINS JOHN BYRNE ARTHUR FOISY PAUL DORRINGTON 27 MAXINE C. HARDY MARY CLARE HUMMER BARBARA GORMAN CHARLES D. GORDON ROSE MARIE GIOIOSA CARL HENDRICKSON MARY FITZGERALD 28 DENNIS MERCURIO NANCY URBAN I LEONARD TAMMARO THOMAS TREVISANI PRISCILLA MONAHAN LINDA MOLLOY KRISTIN KENNEY 29 RICHARD SURABIAN MICHAEL TOOMEY READING CAROLINA D. BANKS, COORDINATOR FOR ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE MARY JANE MCCARTHY MYRNA FINN 30 PHYSICAL SCIENCE DONALD J. MANNING, DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN BRADFORD CLOUGH If it stinks or pops, it ' s chemistry. If it bites, it ' s biology. If it doesn ' t work, it ' s physics. ..kMl » GEORGE HOUSE ALAN KATZ DR. HERBERT JAFFE JOHN H. CODY 31 GENERAL AND LIFE SCIENCE HARRY A. MESERVE, DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN MARZINA MORIN ARTHUR BOTELHO CAROL LAWTON SHELLEY BRUGMAN 32 PHILIP TRUESDALE DIANNE P. RICE JOSEPH PAPANDREA JANET NICHOLAS DONALD J. BOCKLER JOHN O ' CONNOR 33 SOCIAL SCIENCES P. DILLON JR. THOMAS BRANNELLY MARIE DEVITO THOMAS J. RUSSELL DR. CHARLES B. ARTHUR, DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN JOSEPH 34 PETER DRENCH ROBERT LAVERY JAMES KELLEY PAUL MACAULEY EDMUND STORLAZZI JOHN COTTER, JR. 35 i ill MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGE ROY S. BRADBURY, DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN HELEN E. STOCKMAN NANCI ORTWEIN ROBERTA M. TERWILLIGER MARION K. FITZPATRICK DORIS WITHERS 36 CLASSICS GERALDINE GILLIGAN RALPH F. MACLEARNEY DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN RAYMOND J. SMITH DATA PROCESSING BARBARA FRYER, DIRECTOR JEAN CATERINO WILLIAM ROWSELL 38 BUSINESS AND OFFICE EDUCATION MURIEL HEALY JOHN BRITT CATHERINE BUTLER DAVID FELDMAN MARY DOLAN WILLIAM COUGHLIN 39 JOHN LIGOR LINDA SOTNICK MARY FITZPATRICK PATRICIA KIDNEY DONNA KAPRELIAN DIANNA GOSTANIAN LYNDA SIMONE 40 HOME ECONOMICS JACALYN HART ANNE PETRARCA JUDITH COOK PENELOPE GRANDE LORNA MEGNA PETER LEONE THELMA SONNICHSEN, DEPARTMENT CHAIRPERSON CATHERINE KING 41 ELAINE HERMANN MAE RUTH TRUVEDSON STANLEY KUZIEL MARTHA LOFTUS JOSEPHINE ZAVAGLIA INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION FRANK PRUSIK, SUPERVISOR, K-12 JAMES CANAVAN ROBERT BRENNAN CHARLES COOK 43 RONALD NEVOLA JOHN NOTT FRANCIS PROULX RICHARD MERULLO LOUIS GALANTE MARTIN LANE 44 THOMAS GROTTY WILLIAM MCGOVERN KEVIN DOYLE FRANCIS KIRK, AUTOMOTIVE SHOP FOREMAN WELDON MACLEOD ROBERT DOWELL DONALD SOTNICK 45 ANDREW J. SMITH FRANK ROBERTS PERFORMING ARTS ROBERT K. LABER, SUPERVISOR K-12 GERALD A. THEBODO ROBERTA HOMER mu 46 PASQUALE S. TASSONE LESLIE HURWITZ MICHAEL DEEINA, AIDE MARIE T. BRADY, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR ROBERT HOGAN r i AUDIO VISUAL CHARLES EAGONE, DIRECTOR K-12 47 JEANNETTE ESKEDAL PAULINE FINBERG LOUISE BANNER SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS JAMES TOLLAND WILLIAM PHELAN ART 48 LEARNING DISABILITIES RESOURCES ELINOR FREEDMAN CAROLYN THORNE-LYMAN ALAN BROWN CONSTANCE COUNTS PAMELA REED SHUFRO ANNA MORETSKY 49 S.T.E.P. PEGGY DULANY ROBERT WEINTRAUB ROBERT DRAKE JANE ROGERS 50 FLEXIBLE PROGRAMS REYNALD CIVILE WORK STUDY WILLIAM A. MCCARTHY, COORDINATOR DENNIS FEIGEN, VOCATIONAL COUNSELOR DONALD A. SANDRELLI, DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION J. DOUGLAS HUNTER, WORK STUDY MARIE SPAGNUOLO, COOPERATION EDUCATION WORK STUDY 51 PHYSICAL EDUCATION JANE MCGIv NEY MARY L. LEE RALPH E. BEVINS, SUPERVISOR K-12 RICHARD DECAPRIO MARY E. MCDONOUGH 52 RICHARD QUIGLEY MARILYN STEELE WILLIAM H. BARRETT JOHN HANLEY CHRISTINE FIORENZA 53 SECRETARIES Bottom, L. to R.: Joan Banks, Lina Crowley, Helen Dutton, Barbara Hayes. Top, L. to R.: Mary Camerlengo, Mary White, Lucille Corcoran, Lois Roy,Jean Peloquin, Patricia Maher. 54 RICHARD QUARANTIELLO, PRESIDENT THOMAS AGOSTINO, VICE PRESIDENT SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS DENISE BIANCHT SECRETARY TERRY GOODHUE, TREASURER 56 Many that are first shall be last; And the last shall be first. Matthew 19:30 DANA W. ZAWADA 72 Hibbert St. 2-28-59 Tuck Lynne, 9-24-76, John Morine FFB, CH ' s mother, Labatts 50 ' s, The Square, Stunes and Joe, “Vibes wanna hit a concert, " Mayo " the kind you read about,; Fleatwood Mac-Eagles Concert, Ceno " Humbaby, " The Stooges, Rob Rollie, " Sittin round the shanty mama, puttin a good buzz on! " Itek Parking Lot. STEPHEN ZOCCHI 29 Milton St. 10-2-59 Zoc Junior Year, ' 75 Red Sox, Going fishing. Aquariums, three Stooges, going camping, playing pinball, going bowling, watching television, Friday nights, playing the harmonica, dreams about my own car, going to drive-ins. Summers down Nahant. SUZANNE ZUCCALA 10 Memorial Way 12-14-58 Susie First day fright. Rainbow, Grand Assembly, Dancing, and Good times . . . A1 . . . 408 a lot of laughs. Love is . . . Hap- piness when you ' re with someone you love. GREG ZAINO 110 Hutchinson Rd. 10-18-58 Greg Lynne, Rabbits, 10-25-75, Junior Prom, semi-formal. My summer with Lynne, 1 made it one year and more to come. All the great times at AHS with all the gang. Paul, Bobo, Cusie, Mitch, Fitzi, Porky, Bich ' em, and Aram. Vermont. Why did I have to move. -r SUZANNE ZUCCALA DANA ZAWADA STEPHEN ZOCCHI JOHN ZANIS z MICHAEL ZAMMUTO 65 Fairmont St. 4-20-59 Viking, Zorro, E.P., Clint, Tarzan . . . President ' s List, Varsity Football, Baseball, Hockey. Ambition: To marry Miss America . . . Tour United States ... To become a Doctor ... All the greatest things in life are free including heaven Jn. 3:16. Just ! believe that Christ died for aU our sins. Trust Christ and not your own good works Eph 2:89. ANTONIO ZANAZANIAN 100 Varnum St. 10-16-60 JOHN ZANIS 15 Pawnee Drive 3-2-59 Mad-dog Tower Park, Schlitz, Maine, Rocks, Party, Football, Summer of ' 76, Tracks, Tourneys, Thrifty ' s, Little woods, Arlex, Party, Tick vs, me, Bemo, Dools, Fargs, Rocks oil, Ike, Ang, Gel, Charlie, Kevin, Ed, Lewk, Tolop, Lab, Camro, mental people. Jack ' s tape. Tunes, Frampton Aerosmith concerts. Apt. 4, Carol, Maureens, allnighters. Best times. EVAN YPSILANTIS 43 Webcowet Rd. 11-12-59 Yip Cape Cod, Led Zeppelin, Yes, Sox ' 75, Wasted, Brighacks, Doc ' s session. The Card, water skiing, cruisin, drive-ins. Ski Trip ' 76, Parallel, M.B.C. raft. Tourney games, Nahant, Down the Mystics of the 4th, Tooth ' s KB Lager, V. Track, Howard, Fine, and Howard, Brighto, What a Bone! ANTONIO ZANAZANIAN GREG ZAINO MICHAEL ZAMMUTO EVAN YPSILANTIS 57 PAM WRIGHT 240 Mystic Valley Pkwy. 1-23-59 Freshman yr. " cubbyhole, " Lounging at Aku, " Dusty Sum- mer, " D.E., " 1 Love Living . . . it ' s easy to do! " L.C., L.M., L.S., P.K. (Good People) The Kinks cat. Comer girls. Many people 1 will miss and never forget. Ya wanna? Thanks, Ma Dad, for everything. Future thoughts . . . But I might die to- night!? Goodbye . . . Good luck to everyone. WAYNE WRIGHT 129 Newland Rd. 10-30-58 Ft. Lauderdale, Florida with Carol. Pickles, Parties, Maryjane, big boats, Hampton Beach ' 74, Res, Summer Street, Salty Dog. TIMOTHY YEE 110 Wildwood Ave. 2-9-59 C.B.ing, Bill . . . " Come Ooonn " . . . " Is that right? " . . . " Ohhh, forget it, " Steve . . . P or N . . . F.O. Mystics . . . Walden Pond. Hampton Beach . . . The VW . . . " Look at that. Isn ' t that terrible? " Slouf? " Swimming huh? " . . . Beat ' s. Ski- ing at Gunstock. Weekends. The High School. SUSAN M. WINSTANLEY 181 Mystic St. 1-11-60 Sue Bishop . . . Partying . . . Friday nights . . . Conventions . . . Fresh Pond Fruit, Inexperienced . . . Edlep . . . Nose 7-1-76, Hey Hawk! . . . O.Y.A. . . . Skppng . . . Buttrick ' s . . . Dor- chester . . . Will I Die? 1-11-75 . . . Chicago ' 73 . . . Bagged . . . No bout a doubt it . . . Aerosmith . . . Wasted . . , Trev . . . Youth Leaders . . . The Kids from Bishop . . . Summer of ' 76 . . . When you are near . . . Francie, Freddie . . . It ' s over, finally! ROBERT WILSON 119 Webster St. 10-18-59 Summer ' 76 . . . Bouy off Hull ... Jr. Prom — Bobby and Liz ... Jr. and Sr. swim team (Lumbi Sumus) . . . Two scoops Danton . , . Weirs Beach . . . Chris . . . The piano man . . . Honda CL 360, My wheels . . . U.S.C.G. . . . skiing at 2:30 A.M. . . . North Quincy Jr. Prom — Joy . . . Woodrow, Wil- sogna. MARY WILSON 36 Beacon St. 8-28-58 S.K. . . . Mrs. H ' s car . . . Summer of ' 74 . . . Florida . . . Beach Boys . . . H.S. field . . . Butterick ' s, tree . . . PCT . . . Nahant . . . cont. . . . plays . . . dances . . . Red light kiss . . . ice . . . friends like GRMVMLKPKS. MARK WOODIN 18 Highland Ave. 7-2-59 LESLIE WOLE 161 Mt. Vernon St. 12-12-59 MARK WOODIN SUSAN WINSTANLEY MARY WILSON LESLIE WOLF ROBERT WILSON WAYNE WRIGHT TIMOTHY YEE PAM WRIGHT 58 DAVID WHITNEY 19 Washington Ave. 7-31-59 Whit Cindy . . . The Rez . . . The Woods . . . Parties at the Shera- ton. CATHY WILFERT 19 Windmill Lane 3-14-59 Cath, Cat Labor Day Weekend ' 76 and JMD . . . Tankard . . . Cape Kids . . . 9-5 Wipeout . . . BIBC . . . Brown ' s . . . Bible . . . Smim 100 . . . Buzzin . . . Aw, Neal . . . It ' s too early for those . . . Buggy Bear . . . Frampton . . . ' 50 ' s Dance . . . Prom 76 . . . Jr, Semi . . . Law . . . Lacrosse 13 . . . The Guys . . . Down 13 . . . MB and Neal the Best . . . Boz Scaggs . . . Woodstock . . , Grammy Jody. PATRICIA WESINGER 37 Walnut St. 3-15-59 Patti The Farm . . . C.L. ' s parties and M.S.8s car . . . Medford . , . good times . . . " No it ain ' t ' U . . . Right, Gabby . . . B.C.C. . . . April of ' 76 . . . J.T., L.H., M.T., K.N. . . . The Drive In . . . H.F, , . . " That ' s all. Girls " . . . Never forget the big party nights up the farm . . . Weirs Beach . . . The Mystics . . . nice or what? . . . Maybe next time, hah! CORINNE WHITE 22 Richfield Rd. 2-12-59 The park . . . Mike ' s Room . . . sophomore year . . . Best times with J.B., 7-1-75 . . . Irene ' s buzzing . . . The Who con- cert . . . Gold . . . The Viking . . . Lincoln . . . BresUn ' s Par- ties . . . A.M. . . . New Year ' s Eve party at Sousa ' s . . . En- chanted Village . . . Bong-dida-bongbongbong . . . Killer . . . Partyin ' with the girls . . . Kaboom-moobak. CATHERINE WILFERT DAVID WHITNEY CORINNE WHITE ANN WHITNEY 71 Teel St. 2-13-59 Whit Mario . . . 7-7-76 . . . New Hampshire . . . LCCCSL . . . Waldo . . . git, git out of here . . . Kiss concert . . . Beach Boys . . .Jr. High . . . Buttrick ' s . . . Bowowski . . . P. Allain . . . M.S. Majorettes . . . Tourneys ' 74, ' 75, ' 76 . . . Maine ' 76 . . . I Love It . . . Balogna 1 . . . Hi, Ma . . . The park ... I gut a flever . . . Nerd ... I ain ' t crazy! . . . Bang . . . Weekends . . . Your klu-klu! . . . Smokey. KAREN M. WEIDNER 145 Gray St. 1-8-59 Most memorable days . . . Arlington Boy ' s Club . . . Arts and Crafts . . . Recreation . . . Christmas Party, 12-13-75 ... " I Only Have Eyes For You " . . . " Big Brother " J.G. . . . Mr. Faulkner, most influential . . . Ms Hummer, favorite teacher . . . Student Teaching, Cutter School . . . J. Geils Concert, 11-75 . . . Cape Cod Washington D.C. Poetry — D.G. . . . Nothing lasts harever! CAROL WEISMANN 12 Lome Rd, 4-10-59 Falmouth, Hampton, Florida . . . coke, Hemandie ' s Hideaway, Wayne . . . 2-22-74, " Layla, " " Ready for Love " . . . The Res . . . Summer . . . H.B. 29 . . . Boofin . . . Chickenfights . . . Sherrie stuck in a locker , . . Blockparties . . . Panama Red . . . Bombay . . . That ' s all! DIANE M. WESINGER 33 Berkley St. 11-8-59 De-De High School . . . Buttrick ' s . . . Stratton . . . Esplanade . . . Bermuda? . . . m and m . . . fros . . . Mall scooping, John? . . . Senior Prom ' 75 . . . Kevin . . . proms . . . Where ' s Bos- ton? . . . Mystics? . . . Lynette . . . Jane . . . Karen . . . Susan . . . M aria . . . Judy . . . Joe . . . Mexican Glove Dance . . . pajama parties . . . the Cape? . . . the tango? hit man . . .? Friends are too precious to lose even when they disap- point us. PATRICIA WESINGER CAROL WEISMANN DIANE WESINGER KAREN WEIDNER CATHERINE ]. VINCENT 11 Janet Road 4-23-59 Cathy Suki . . . Linda Gail . . . Debbie M. . . . Aderian , . . Chinese sisters . . . Sandy . . . Cindy . . . Pool games . . . Cody ' s class . . . she quit! . . . Judy W. . , . Nov. 18, 1975 . . . My heart belongs to Richie Barrett . . . Aug. 18, 1979 . . . 4-ever . . . the widdle girl wous tre widdle box . . . 4-ever . . . Glad to get out of this . . . place! ANTHONY VIOLA 40 Windsor Street 6-28-59 Tony Lube . . . Styx . . . Biffy . . . Bruce . . . Brooksie . . . Route 2 . . . Zayre Parking lot . . . Polar Caves . . . Martha ' s Vineyard . . . the bridge . . . Italy . . . Cruising . . . Partying . . . The plane ride . . . Blue Fish . . . Striped Bass . . . Filming of Jaws . . . Pinballs . . . Zayre Night Lite Sale. STEPHEN L. VIOLA 433 Appleton Street 1-16-59 EILEEN WATERMAN 11 Ronald Road 3-14-59 Among all the memories of things gone by, of people along the way. There were those who touched my life and made the time worthwhile. Though I cannot take them with me. They will always be in my heart. GREGORY E. WEDGE 51 Oak Hill Drive 7-2-58 Wedgie ' 66 Chrysler starting under hood . . . Senior Prom ' 75, Junior Prom ' 76, 80 . . . snake, 40 minute wait keys in car . . . Sum- mer of ' 75 . . . Buzzards Bay . . . Summer of ' 76 . . . Miller, Michelob . . . " Ah we ' ll see ya!!! " . . . ' 70 Cutlass, Good times . . . July Fourth weekend ' 76 . . . Three stooges . . . We ' ll see ya, A.H.S. MARK VOLPE 40 School St. 3-18-59 Vope Westwoods, High school, AHS Baseball, Braves Town Champs, Have a Brew! Accounting III class. Tourneys, Buttrick ' s, Parties, Lagers, Buzz, Summer of ' 76, Bears, Summers down the beach. JOSEPH WALSH 2 Memorial W 8-6-59 Miss Cahill 3 years?! D2 Corps, Give us a rah Des!! Where are we? Bud slippers. Suicide on Monday . . . Weekends at MGH? . . . Was it worth it? . . . Maybe. JUDITH WALSH 71 Appleton St. 5-13-59 Kemo-savi, Proms, Buttrick ' s, AHS parking lot, Stratton . . . Let ' s go fishing! Maria ' s PH ' s, The hitman . . . Cool your jets. Post-grads, Sue ' s VW! Esplanade, Bagged! the accident, Gretchen and Jason, green M M ' s, Where ' s Boston? Mashnee Village, Three Muskateers, the first day of Spring . . . Steven . . . Friends are forever. JUDITH WALSH Wllll JOSEPH WALSH STEPHEN VIOLA CATHERINE VINCENT MARK VOLPE ANTHONY VIOLA EILEEN WATERMAN GREGORY WEDGE 60 PATRICIA VAUGHAN PATRICIA VAUGHAN 24 Everett St. 6-19-59 Pat Mottla ' s parties, cute kids with curly hair, atb Mary! Mark and Barbara know something I don ' t know. P.P. Gang. Menotomy. ' 76 Senior Prom. Blue Sky. Have a good time, but be home early, puzzles, doors, games . . . Bird Mary-Anne, Doof! Hampton. Moulineaux in Maine. It ' s over. BoofePs. LOIS VENTI 136 Wollaston Ave. 10-20-59 Cherly ' s house . . . parties . . . Center Valentine ' s day 2-15-75 Bill Friece Pond . . . Turkey Hill . . . Proms . . . Plum Island . . . Sophomore Year . . . " Double Dating " . . . " Birthday Party " . . . Drive ins . . . " That ' s the way " . . . Crusin in a Chevy . . . J.C., J.R. . . . Billy Friece. PARRIS VARNEY 1194 Mass. Ave. 9-18-59 Lewis Ave., " Joe, " Ralph ' s van. Jumping Mill Brook, Crimes with D.B., Cyclone, Cougar-RB, Harlem, B.B. gun . . . Jail . . . Court . . . Innocent . . . suckers! " little do they know, " Canoe, gas tower, comet, scrap book is incriminating, taking pictures, D.F.F.L., Wings, Levis, Engineering boots, last but not least . . . Cathy, oh ya, Whittmore — Ahhhhh — Buck- Buck! GERALDINE VAUGHAN LOIS VENTI PARRIS VARNEY EDWARD VARNEY GERALDINE TERESA VAUGHAN 47 Palmer St. 2-10-59 Geri Good times with Sheila, Judy and Dennis. Summer of ' 76, Nah- ant. Teenage wasteland. How high are ya? good old red, white, and blue . . . munching out . . . Mag and Mic . . . Don ' t bring me down . . . My good buddy Jeannie . . . weekends . . . F.T.S., the Cape . . . Welp, that sure was different. Good luck, everyone, it ' s been real. MARY T. VALENTINE 31 Tower Rd. 3-26-59 Good friends are like MLMWGRKPKSGVMBLFNDCWGB . . . high school field . . . Buttrick ' s . . . parties . . . tab . . . blue schoUs . . . " The Summer Before " . . . S.D. ' s prom . . . Finn ' s art class . . . Nahant . . . dances . . . Levis . . . " just slide it over " . . . rasberry sherbet . . . B.B., Mac and Symmes ' 76 . . . 7-23-74 . . . rink ' s hill . . . our place . . . M.C. . . . those wild horses. MICHAEL VALERIO 131 Highland Ave. 5-21-58 Playing Soph and J. Varsity Basketball . . . Tourney games . . . Boston Garden . . . Partying at Beat ' s house . . . Schlitz . . . Drive Inns . . . Hitting the bars . . . Getting carded . . . Up Walden . . . Having a good time . . . FoodmastePs Party . . . Soph year . . . Summer ' 76 . . . Beat ' s . . . Edgar . . . Kelly . . . Class of ' 77. EDWARD VARNEY 1194 Mass. Ave. 10-6-58 Ed U. S. Marines, Harley-Davidson, Easyriders, R.B., D.B., C.M., R.C., LA, Arrowhead Motor Inn, drinking, stroll, bolt, con- certs, Hendrix, Robin Trower, Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, and Robin. DENISE TREMBLAY 15 Colonial Drive 5-17-59 Dairy Twist . . . The High School . . .Buttrick ' s . . . Sue ' s V. W. stallouts . . . the hitman . . .? mirrors . . . parties . . . Proms . . . pep rally p.j. ' s . . . press box . . . Hampton . . . Finn ' s art classes . . . Senior Convention . . . cars . . . Friends are forever . . . SKCLMS. JANE TWOHIG 102 Mary St. 8-10-59 J.C., S.N. . . .L.H., P.W. M.T. . . . B.P. . . . Freedom to be you, don ' t compare; always there ' ll be greater and lesser per- sons. You, child of the universe, no less than the stars and trees; you have a right to be here. With all life ' s broken dreams, it ' s still a beautiful world . . . strive for happiness. MARY VALENTINE DENISE TREMBLAY JANE TWOHIG MICHAEL VALERIO 61 GEORGE TRAGANOS JOHN TRACEY JOHN TOULOPOULOS STEPHEN TOSTI GEORGE TRAGANOS 25 Mt. Vernon St. 5-23-58 Trigger STEP . . , Debbie . . . Party. Grove Park. The Bridge Water Works . . . Knowing your real self is a lonely task because no one else can do your thinking . . . Cathy . . . Spider. Rat. The HiU. Sam and Sally Maine . . . always late for first . . . Thanks, Mr. Lennon . . . Isn ' t this picture gross . . . seventy- seven memories to last . . . Later. KEVIN TOBIN 221 Lowel St. 5-5-59 Tobs Farm, Menotomy, Gold Bars, Junior Summer, Benches, At- titash. Tourneys, Parties, West Woods, Plymouth Plant, Rynos Cottage, Foods I. PAULA TOOMEY 21 Fremont Ct. 7-15-59 P.T. Muscles Robinson. At the Rat Boize and Real Kids, Boston ' s Rock n Roll Girls . . . Toots, Toes, Beans and Wolfie . . . Hot Stuff! Ma, C.T., V.B., T.K., R.M., P.J., D.B., J.B., K.B., R.L., Kinks. Maroon Chevies and Ltd ' s. Fubar! " Somethin ' Else " " Nervous Breakdown " Who, me? I didn ' t say nuthin . . . Sur! Huh? OH. STEPHEN J. TOSTI 191 Park Ave. 2-22-59 PAULA TOOMEY KEVIN TOBIN JOHN TOULOPOULOS 26 Country Club Drive 3-1-59 Jack Stratton, Tower, John, Bemo, Gargs, Ang, Ike, Briane, Gasseye, Gel, Oil, Ed, Ralph, Pep, Lewk, Gooch, Ronnie, fires, tracks, burnt, Maddogs, burrows, TIC, ZNAV, Tooch, my trans, " It ' s the cops, " Rockanus, Trish ' s dutz, Fred ' s wipe out. Char . . . lie, Dadadian, Spilled wine, Marechons, Tourneys, Winter of ' 74, names parties, Leones, Tulls, yesss! JOHN TRACEY 48 Pine Ridge Rd. 3-5-59 Lake Sunapee, Parties at Har ’ard Street, Chevelle curbs. CAROLYN A. TIERNEY 50 Richfield Rd. 9-5-59 Clifton, DDT, Brenda, Sam, Mike, Rustler ' s, Banana boy, M.G.H., R.D. " So what did you get for Christmas? " Summer ' 73, BBC, Summer ' 75, B. . . . T.B. Riding through the Mystics, R.B. ELLEN TIERNEY 25 Lombard Rd. 7-22-59 In memory of Cutlass! . . . Tyranny . . . Nothingness . . . Tab . . . " lady driver? " " Being late is a sign of ignorance. " " Off to the Deli " . . . Say what you mean, mean what you think and think anything! ELLEN TIERNEY CAROLYN TIERNEY SUSAN L. THOMPSON 151 Summer St. 4-1-59 Managing Editor, The Fourth Estate, ' 76 to ' 77 . . . founder of D.S.A. . . . offical staff car . . . urge to kill . . . duped . . . Coke adds life . . . Yowzah . . . 14! . . . retractable pocket net . . . pillow talk . . . rowdy! ... If I Only Had a Brain . . . Esther at Walden . . . Dark Shadows . . . heeheehee . . . tack- led . . . sightseeing . . . Dewey! . . . Mickey Mouse . . . S.l.S. . . .Boomtown . . . Dorothy! DENISE MARIE THERIAULT 21 Milton St. 8-12-59 Student Council, G S, Bedford V.A., Yearbook, Junior and Guidance Office, Hong Kong, July 4, talks with M.C.B. in Rm. 74, Snob, L.W., A.P., M.H., I.A., J.P. SUSAN ANN TENNEY 31 Newland Rd. 3-11-60 Now the years are rolling by me They are rocking evenly 1 am older than 1 once was. Younger than I ' ll be That ' s not unusual No, it isn ' t strange After changes upon changes We are more or less the same. — Paul Simon MARY E. TEEVEN 18 Osborne Rd. 4-8-59 G.J.M. . . . The farm . . . Parties with P.K., B.M., J.T., M.O., P.W. . . . Long walks and long talks with E.D.C. . . . It ' s been REAL! Mom, my best friend ... 1 Love You! THOMAS C. TEEBAGY JR. 84 Oxford St. 5-30-59 Bags Look Out! Chris, Charlie, Nubby, Ikem, Bichum, Fitzy, Tone- Tone, Jay, Spaz, Rab, Bo-Bo, Mitch, Cusie, and Paul Jr. . . . The Nights Up Camp . . . Vermont . . . High School . . . Pressbox l Il . . . ' Tourney Games . . . Ovemighters . . . ' " Call a Cab " . . . Get ' em . . . Freakums . . . Bzzz . . . No ; Check Bums . . . Freshman B . . . East . . . Snack ' n Shop . . . 1 Ginger . . . CTC . . . " Arlington High, TU never forget you " ! EDWARD S. TAYLOR JR. 170 Pheasant Ave. 3-13-59 Eddie ! Baseball, Cross Country, Stratton Park, The Tower, The High ; School, The Stratton Boys: Charlie, Jack, Ang, Danny, Joe, ' Ralph, John, Bemo, Brian, Steve, Gel, Kevin, Ike, Gooch, Billy . . . Brian ' s parties. Cal, Park Fires, Bill ' s Lounge, Listening to 1 Tunes . . . Uncle Bob . . . Who made up that name? Pymm ' s Chemistry Party . . . It ' s Been Real. I DIANE TAYLOR 28 Scituate St. 8-4-59 Dee I They ' re beautiful. Alive and warm. Kind and caring. They ; come to help. Help us through life. These are true friencTs. C.R., I P.C., D.T., B.H., G.P., S.E. Always remember weekend ski i trips, the club, leathers, barleys and all the great parties. ( MELINDA TATOSKY 76 Hodge Rd. 6-14-59 Lin [ Somerville High, Nick April 12, ' 75, Football Games. " My mis- : take " Fridays. It ' s all over. ! GREGORY RICHARD TARBOX 19 Upland Rd. 5-1-59 Greg f Byson, Continentals V N.e. District Orchestra, Jazz Ensemble, ( allstate Don Q. 5 years of Marching Band. Jazz and exchange I trips with Mr. T. Pit Bands. G.N. D.C., T.C., P.S., D.G., L.A. ... 4 years of Theory with Mr. H. Records with " The Count " ; Sunsetters. The Trio Jam Sessions Fury III. Which Horn? THOMAS TEEBAGY EDWARD TAYLOR MELINDA TATOSKY DENISE THERIAULT SUSAN THOMPSON SUSAN TENNEY MARY ' TEEVEN IIIIIIIIT DIANE TAYLOR GREGORY TARBOX 63 DAVID STRUGNELL 20 Norfolk Rd. 2-23-59 DIANA M. STEELE 152 Park Ave. 9-7-59 Dena Field hockey, 755, “Move your feet! " . . . Track, rabbit races . . . Aerosmith, Stevie Wonder, and many others . . . senior prom ' 76 . . . " you manage the boys ' basketball team? " . . . Quebec! . . . SOS campaign . . . SNBA of olden days . . . weekends . . . the kids . . . remember the little things ... In Memory Always — SNA ... " I still believe in tomorrow. " JOAN M. STANTON 10 Sunset Rd. 6-30-59 B.B. . . . June, D.B. . . . Tricia, Brenda, Patti, Andrea, Mari- lyn, Patsy . . . Apple picking, grasshoppers . . . Mac ' s . . . picnics, Gloucester, Truro, dunes, much sand? . . . Maine, fires, fryes rescue, killer . . . I ' m dead . . . Cody ... Hi ho silver . . . Ollie and Stanley . . . Nahant, my keys! . . . Miss Oui . . . Bessie . . . Harold . . . M.C. . . . Senior Convention . . . Halloween . . . Pep Rally . . . No. FRANCES JANE STANAITIS 41 Kimball Road 7-15-59 Francie I treasure the past, I live and love the present, I need the future, Hope you will be there . . . John Olendrowicz . . . Friends . . . Sue Winstanley . . . us . . . nursing . . . weird . . . Spe- cial places . . . snob . . . smile . . . chap . . . Feel Free to waste Life but also feel free to enlighten it . . . Time won ' t change all friends. RAYMOND SZAREK 62 Park St. 3-18-59 PAMELA SWEENY 18 Putnam Rd. 11-27-59 Pam Park West; Cotterized and Beloted; Drama; Art and Finn; Newspaper " I shall be telling this with a sigh somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — I took the one less traveled by. And that has made all the difference. " — Robert Frost THOMAS SUTHERLAND 76 Gloucester St. 2-12-59 Chico The Manor, The Duster C.R. Parties and Good tunes, Aeros- mith, The Buddies, Millis, Harry R. Good Pig. Whats the Date? The Big P. Knickerson and Mock, Parties at Peters. Mike ' s all nighters . . . The Q Car Dream on. Good parties. Many good times to come. JOHN H. SULLIVAN 132 Broadway 3-12-58 Remember freshman Yr. having small parties in the hole in the wall. Don ' t forget the good times down the Cape up the Moun- tains or just down Thorndike, Tower, Summer St. MARIA T. SUAREZ 46 Chandler St. 9-21-58 Ballet, Cheering, Buttrick ' s, Proms, Mazuka, Three Musketeers, Feb. vacation . . .Gel ' s car. My apartment. Who ' s party? The hitman? Sue ' s VW stallouts. Cool your jets, Kemo Sabi, Esplanade, The accident. Let ' s go fishing. Doubling, Senior Skit, Senior Convention, Going to dinner . . . Follow the car, Miami . . . Freedom, Fog, Thanks Mom, Dad, Friends Forever MARIA SUAREZ RAYMOND SZAREK DIANA STEELE JOHN SULLIVAN THOMAS SUTHERLAND PAMELA SWEENEY JOAN STANTON FRANCES STANAITIS 64 ALBERT J. SRETER 192 Jason St. 10-26-59 Albee Friday nights on the town. Whose car are we gonna take . . . Waterskiing up New Hampshire . . . Boston Whaler . . . Hey Devits; Harvard Club ' 76 . . . how fast will this thing go . . . Where ' s Big Money Griff? ' 76 Monza. Hey, Albee, how ' s your car ... I gotta go to Tennis, take your car, stupid. Mike the Man. KATIE SPINOS 34 Egerton Rd. 5-9-59 DBMBDPBSMKPV, nobody ' s perfect . . . jocks . . . rats? par- ties . . . munchies!. Oak Street . . . PK, Harva rd . . . Corporal Bums, someday . . . Cape . . . Dennisport, Beach Boys . . . Zeppelin, concerts, " flinestones, " Greek II . . . " here he comes . . . " GGMDBN, Bible, TGIF! " duped, " R.I., Greece, AOE camp! . . . bimbim, " coach, " " tards " . . . ballroom dancing . . . Special Olympics . . . " boofer, " " wetsies . . . DG, " " II- legitimi non carbomndum " . . . tomorrow gotta be better! PAMELA JEAN SPENCER 6 Summer St. Place 7-14-58 Spence, Pumala Co Captain field hockey. Basketball, Softball, Marching Band, exchange trips, Toronto, Scarsdale, woo woo, Phili, Menotomy, Mom and Dad, Are you and David twins, Kathy (my sister) Best Friends, Taffy, Rhonda, On The Loose: I have places to go and people to meet And Miles to before before I sleep. Shalom. DAVID SPENCER 6 Summer Street Place 8-18-59 Spence Friends. . .G S Pres. Drama Fest. Summer ' 76, Shows, Maytum, you ' re right, Bellingham, Ann D., Russ, Cindy, Wayne, K. Mottola, Paula F, Paula M, M2, Band, Scarsdale, To- ronto, Mr T., Frank and Andy Prod. The is in, SPL, BS, Mag, JLS. WILLIAM SPECHT 69 Tananger St. 6-29-59 Tater Farm, benches, Menotomy, BPPP, Harry ' s Place, Concord ' 75, SOOO GOOD, aggravating, backgrounds. Hoop ' 75- ' 76 Smitty — Providence, Shaeffer Concerts, The Loss, Meadow Glen, Nutsun Roy 76, Spark ' em. JOHN G. SPADARO 132 Scituate St. 8-27-59 Paco Happy birthday, Johnny, Live beyond your income. Travel for enjoyment. Follow your own nose. — W.H. Audens k V PAMELA SPENCER KATIE SPINOS DAVID SPENCER IS MARC SOUZA 145 Park Ave. Ext. 9-2-58 Bichem V-Baseball . . .Lookout!! Porky, Fitz, Tony, Rab, Bags, Chris, Charlie, Hoss, Mitch, Nicki, Bob Spaz, Ike, Paul Jr . . . The Night up Camp . . . Spaz, Cottage . . . Gran Torino, let ' s Book . . . The Inns . . . Lockes. Dump High School . . . No Check Bums . . . Christmas Party SK . . . New Year ' s . . . Press Box . . . Vermont small party . . . MARILYN G. SOTIRIADIS 88 Newport Street 2-24-59 V. Field Hockw . . . " ya gotta love it, " Merstead Killer, Stu- dent Council, Fourth Estate Sports Editor, Yearbook, G.O.Y.A., Jr. Semi-Formal Barbie ' s Party, Jr. Prom . . . " Definitely, " 80 ' s, Sr. Convention, Cars, 5:30?, April Vacation 76, Lil ' brother, Nahant, down the High School, Mac ' s Pickles, Summer ' 76, Falmouth. BRUCE SOMERS 41 Blossom Street 6-1-59 JOHN SPADARO MARC SOUZA WILLIAM SPECHT MARILYN SOTIRIADIS BRUCE SOMERS 65 ELLEN SMITH DONNA SMITH SARAH SMITH DONNA SMITH ELLEN THERESA SMITH 12 Memorial Way 2-14-59 Terri Hi!! Summer of 76 . . . Dorothy . . . Member of the DSA . . . Gold Mavericks . . . " official staff car " . . . Yea, Dewey . . . Remember Bemie always . . . Walden Pond . . . 9? . . . 10? . . . 14! . . , Stalling out . . . Back seat drive ins . . . 76-77 Great Year SARAH SMITH 93 Sunset Rd. 5-23-59 DAVID SMITH 59 Maynard St. 2-3-59 Smitty V. Baseball . . . Vicky May 5th . . . Godies house . . . Lefty ' s gym class soph, year . . . Going to N.H. . . . My Plymouth . . . Niagara Falls . . . Mr. Britt ' s typing class . . . Shop . . . Playtime . . . Intercity . . . All night drive to N.Y. . . . Hope to go on to school . . . History Jr. year. DONNA MARIE SMITH 108-A Fremont St. 8-19-59 Turtle Summers ' 73- ' 74, Bam 1st, d. Buddies Majorettes, 73-75 . . .? games comps. " 75 Senior Prom " Eddie, " Babe, " " Shnookums, " Hilltop 16., watta you wanna do?? Wanna watch TV? me . . . drunk?! 70 cut classes, skcitsymsekal " Char- lies, " New Year ' s Eve ' 76, " Mickey Mouse Mobil, " 17th Birth- day Party, Rowi M., K.K., M.M., R.M., T.M., A.M., DeDe woof!! Beach Boys Concert, " Stairway to Heaven. " DONNA L. SMITH 100 School St. 5-21-59 Yonks RONALD SLINEY 52 School St. 6-30-58 Farm, Menotomy, Attitash, Summers in Hull, Food I, Benches, Parties, Tourney ' s, Plymouth Plan I, Hiii 14, V Football, hoop, A B C. West Woods, Orty ' s class. ANN SMILGIS 43 Foxmeadow Ln. 10-14-59 Smilgie Shangri-La, Happy spring flower, Gloucester, " No one here but us oars, " " shot me down, " " did you ever owe anyone $1.43? " Leone ' s law class, Cody ' s chemistry class, J-Geils, El-Sid ' s, Jr. homeroom. Summer of ' 76, Barry " With Your Love, " Curiosity . . .? E.W., K.W., C.C., D.P., J.H., Alpha and Beta ruled by the stars. BRIAN SMITH 77 Grandview Rd. 3-3-59 Smitty Parties down at Corey ' s house, all night long . . . ' 69 Charger " Beatin on it . . . Smoke ' em up . . . lost the Charger down Bulb ' s . . . Pickett ' s Riot . . . get high . . . Sue Allen 3-6-76. DAVID SMITH i t BRIAN SMITH RONALD SLINEY ANN SMILGIS 66 RICHARD SLINEY DEBORAH SLATE RICHARD SLINEY 52 School St. 6-30-58 Farm, Menotomy, Fine 25 Summers in Hull, Attitash, Foods I, Benches, Parties, Tourneys, Plymouth, Hiii 14, V. Football, Hoop, A.B.C. West Woods Orty ' s Class. DONNA SHEPHERD 51 Webster St. 8-13-59 PETER SICKLES 143 Oakland Ave. 7-1-59 The park, wasted days, rowdy nights, those broads make me . . . Brendan ' s parties. Concord ' 75, B.M., D.C., S.D., S.S., C.M., D.C., E.M., C.B., That ' s cool, must have a vette, Katys, Charlies, Hojo ' s, drome, summer of ' 76, Chinatown, over and through. DEBRA A. SIMPSON 14 Tower Rd. 9-17-59 Debbie Summer of ' 75 in Nova Scotia . . . Tony, Prince Edward Island, Art, High Street, partying in the woods, bonfires. North Adams . . . " Stairway to Heaven, " " If. " JOHN SIMPSON 24 Gloucester St. 9-30-59 DEBORAH SIMPSON JOHN SIMPSON DEBORAH SLATE 32 Homer Rd. 7-18-59 Debbie Essays, Labs, 1st lunch, slide rules, merde, self-interest, mea- surements, creative writing, white socks, proofs, vocabulary, innocent freshmen, skipping study, melted icecream sandwiches, fire alarms, double sessions, half-days. The Scarlet Letter, close the window, make believe, building A. JANET M. SHEEHAN 24 Surry Rd. 7-16-59 Toronto, 5 more minutes, Bobby, senior prom ' 76, Province- town, Scarsdale, concerts, M2, marching band, football games, fireworks, tangerine fights, 5-11-76, movies. Mg T., Case, the gang, summer of ' 76. JOANNE SHEEHAN 25 Momingside Drive 12-26-58 Do-Do Getting out. Summer ' 75- ' 76, Cape, Scituate D.G. C.G. Sabal Lake D.C., partying, dusty, Haffenrigger private stock, thrownout, trips. Girl gang, BG best friend. Good times out of Arlington, Clubs, Lovie, Con-jobs, My way of thinking. Good talks, money. Where do 1 go from here. Hello, world . . . MICHAEL J. SHEEHAN 83 North Union St. 6-6-59 PETER SICKLES DONNA SHEPHERD MICHAEL SHEEHAN JANET SHEEHAN 67 WILLIAM SHEA JANICE SHAW PATRICIA SHAUGHNESSY KATHLEEN SHARPE WILLIAM SHEA 14 Fremont St, 7-31-59 JANICE SHAW 10 Park St. 7-1-59 Will never forget White Mts. Favorite Friends . . . J.O., B.P., J.O., M.M., E.O., A.P., and John . . . The Lamplighter, S.O. and Wilmington. Providence town, Rockport. " Come on now, will ya! " " That ' s life. " " Bacon Eggs " Summer at A.P.D. Back door kids C.J., T.K., J.B., D.B. GARY D. SCHWARTZ 147 Ridge St. 8-13-59 So it goes. WILLIAM M. SEARS 7 Crawford St. 8-28-58 Billy Stratton, the tower, the High, dances, tourneys, 11 seasons of Track, running to the Mall, Stairway to Heaven, Hate Parties (much!), Lewk, my 18th, My Lounge, tunes, dice or what! Ed- die, Charlie, Pitch ' en nickels with Abbs and Steve, April Vaca- tion ' 75, weekend in N.H., Park Fires . . . It ' s Been Real. s WILLIAM SEARS REGINA M. SHANAHAN 52 Lewis Ave. 11-6-58 KATHLEEN SHARPE 42 Amsden St. 8-22-59 I wanna be free, good friends like MLMWGRKPMUM- SHTLAKCTYDJ, Party Da, Buttrick ' s, Parting, High School, gin-rummy, Semiformal ' 76, Senior prom, semi ' 75, Beach Bum, WW experiences! holding onto yesterday, night flight. Break- down, 4, slide it over, peppermint patty. Wist, Homer, KL dimples. What can I say. PATRICIA SHAUGHNESSY 211 Wollaston Ave. 10-30- 58 Tricia You ask me who I am. 1 don ' t know, but I ' m going to find out. It ' s been real. BARBARA SCHWAMB 39 Marathon St. Babs How come you ' re so quiet? . . . Boofer . . . Working at P.P. . . . Karen, Oak St., Hebrew . . . Survival . . . Stairway to Heaven . . . K.S., D.G., M.G., . . . parties at K ' s . . . " Tards " . . . Coaching . . . Mary, " Scrooge! " REGINA SHANAHAN GARY SCHWARTZ BARBARA SCHWAMB 68 CYNTHIA SCHAEFFNER 71 Brattle St. 6-19-59 Cindy Freshman year, notes, “nice day for a walk, " . . . Summer of ' 74 . . . Jod, Grades Mtn. . . . North Carolina, D.T.R.R. . . . Wes . . . the meets . . . camping up A.B. . . . Christmas Eve . . . Jr. Semi-Formal . . . Deanne and " Peeb " . . . good times C.L., T.K. . . . 4-19-76 . . . Senior Year . . . unforgettable times. JOY SCHNARE 166 Lowell St. 9-27-59 Happiness is Mike F. 11-26-76. Partying down the tracks and dam with J.G., B.G., D.M., D.H., The Heights, " bagged, " " Spark ' em up, " The Joker, 9-3-76, Oh Jesus!. The little woods, " Member " Nantasket with W.W., Check ' em out!. The broken fence. My family, " Hey, Cookie, is Mike home! " WALTER SCHOFIELD 73 Sunset Rd. 11-6-59 4-17-73 . . . Kid . . . The Best of My Love . . . Good Harbors . . . Excellent . . . New Year ' s Eve . . . ' 76. Spy Pond, ' 75. Frampton Jams and music at 5 AM. Summer of ' 76 with Katie . . . and a little Dodge Dart. Gone With The Wind. That ' s All. JONANNE SARAF 35 Bow St. 11-12-59 When he said he had trouble getting along with his mother, I liked him better. I like a man with faults, especially when he knows it. To err is human . . . I ' m uncomfortable around gods. — Hugh Prather. WALTER SCHOFIELD CYNTHIA SCHAEFFNER JOY SCHNARE STEPHEN SAWYER lllllllls DONALD A. SANDRELLI 177 Park Ave 8-8-59 Zambizi Robbie 1-25 Soph. year. " Don ' t make me crazy " P.M. Summer ' 76 . . . People are strange, Maine, N.H., " your time is gonna come, " Swifts, " Let ' s go blow her mind, " Lb ' s . . . " red " . . . " Do some spastics, " 8-7-74, Apopca, W.P.O.D., Dallin, Bob, Canada, MRT, The Band, Baba O ' Rielly, Scarsdale. JAMES SARAZEN 14 Glen Ave. 10-11-59 EDWARD SARTAN 85 Oxford St. 11-5-58 FONTINI SAWIDES 40 Palmer Rd. 7-2-59 STEPHEN SAWYER 216 Wollaston Ave. 10-18-59 Soys Strings . . . sweet 16 party . . . The Wall . . . Poets . . . Roc- key and Futo . . . Toronto . . . Jazz Band . . . Passion Pageant . . . Friday Night . . . Wingersheek Beach . . . Hi, Cindy . . . Rose. ANTHONY SCALESE 41 Cornell St. SUE SALVATO 215 Oakland Ave. 4-16-59 J. Geils . . . Peter ' s cellar . . . Brendan ' s parties . . . February Vacation ' 74 . . . Comfort, Parkparties . . . Ken N.H. . . . There ' s your friend . . . Toll House Cookies . . . Mesc . . . Trip . . . New Year ' s . . . Friday 13, Eileen Cigarettes Mid- night, Bagged, Why not?. Hi, I ' m Dean., Summerdream, Honds Pond, Cell No. 4. Nov. ' 76, Danny. JAMES SARAZEN DONALD SANDRELLI JONANNE SARAF SUSAN SALVATO 69 CHARLENE SALISBURY 27 Henderson St. 3-30-59 Charlie The Manor, Spy Pond, Cool Rm 11, Summer of ' 75, Commadore Hotel, Dip Stick, Beach Party, Loi ' s house, Flower Pot, Jr. Prom, Donna ' s House, Pick Stick, Drive Ins, By work, one knows workmanship. If you don ' t understand my silences, then you won ' t understand my words. CHERYL SAKEY 17 Gray St. 2-5-60 Sake Tower ' 74, A . . . whoo. White Mountains, Frampton with D.K., Trippin ' with Cindy and Vanda. Picks Block party. Dee, Tm outta here. All Nighters. Down the 20. S.D. Stones ' 75 with Shirley. The Who . . . Should we fume. Brewery. Bora Bora, New Year ' s Eve . . . high street. Thanks, Mr. Lennon, you ' re the best. VIRGINIA RYAN 16 Vista Circle 9-14-59 Ginny Marshfield, Finn ' s art classes. Park Ave. on the cutlass, JWCH . . . No dice, Nahant, Hockey tourneys, farm, Buttrick ' s, high school, stands. Good Friends . . . MWMVMLKBLFCHKSKP, Summer of ' 76, Taurus, How ' da ya feel? PCT, License? the tree, mocha chip, QLT, Aerosmith, " Runaround Sue " pressbox, " Hank the Tank " , parties, shiz, Mitigwa J.S.I.O. " Stairway to Heaven. " CHARLENE SALISBURY VIRGINIA RYAN S lllll CHERYL SAKEY TIMOTHY RYAN ANDREA RUSSO TIM RYAN 54 Broadway 9-10-59 The Farm, Stones . . . ' 75, Som, Providence. Maine, Tourney Parties, T.Y.A.-2, slushies. Buzz, all-nighters. Home Grown, Decatur Gardens, Shlitz, Concerts, Tick, Caw, Mauhers . . . 13, Beans, Curfew . . . Busted, tunes, E.J. . . . July 4 . . . Fox- boro, Crullers, I.C. Menotomy, Partying, Good Times, Are you experienced. EILEEN RYAN 106 Gardner St. 9-26-55 EDWARD RYAN 124 Rawson Rd. 6-17-59 ANDREA C. RUSSO 27 Pine Street 1-2-59 " Andi " Jackson Varsity Cheerleading, CoCapt. Camp Ms. Finn. Good times with Bobby . . . Gotta play the Game . . . " Albany Airport " Press box. High school parking lot . . . A.O.E. Camp . . . " Bimbim " Cape, Sea Crest Lounge, " Mul " Summer of ' 75 . . . S.J., T.K., P.F., B.C., R.F., J.S., M.S., decent material, Florida, " Marty " So many roads to choose. Good Luck, No regrets! CHARLES RUSSIAN 105 Highland Ave. 6-21-59 Chuck Party, Party, Party, Buzz, Buzz, Buzz, Stratton, Res, Summer, " Spark ' em, " " Golden Daize, " " Block Parties, " Marty, Bagged by Toz, Parties up Breslins, " Mountains, " " Goodbye, AHS, 5-13-77. " ROBERT RUSSELL 52 Magnolia St. 8-30-59 EILEEN RYAN CHARLES RUSSIAN ROBERT RUSSELL 70 JUDITH RUSSELL SUSAN RUGGIERO MARCIA ROUTENBERG 32 Henry St. 10-11-59 Good times with B.M., D.L., B.F., D.M., ( " the family " ). Nashoba after dark . . . Catching a buzz at The 25. The Bucket . . . C.E.AC . . . Summer ' 76. H.B.T.P. with Beth. AKU. Glendales 4-11-75. Toasted P and J at Jane ' s. Woodstock, Vt . . . Partying with Neal. The J. Geils Concert. Yeah, 1 mean . . . yeah. Face Puppets. A Pizza with no cheese. " Our Cuc- koo ' s Nest. " LARRY ROWE 160 Renfrew St. 7-24-59 Summer of ' 76 best Canada. It ' s been a long four years. ANNE MARIE RUGGIERO 53 Pine Ridge SUSAN RUGGIERO 11 Grant Pk. 5-29-59 Germany and Austria, Mountains and Mozart Kugelin, Surviv- al: (Fall), Gun fire! ? tanks!? Rain, Cold, Wet, Puddles! Fire, Ah, dryness . . . Animal behavior, prolific snails, my friend the guinea pig. My wonderful biology teachers, Mrs. Lawton, T.Y. ANNE RUGGIERO LAWRENCE ROWE JUDY RUSSELL 27 Oldham Rd. 7-31-59 Parties: Tower ' 74, Awoo, Check ' em out. Res, Paul, Summer, Mulligan, Lockes, Honds, Doherty ' s Parties, Block Party, Keg Parties, Mountains, Friels ' Chalet, Hampton, July Fourth weekend, Florida, Bucky and Red, " Wanna sleep over? " . . . " But ma! " . . . My Strawberry Blonde, Tuff. Getting Harleys, right, Cindy? Cruising. DRJSBTBWBMRG. CANDICE ANN ROPER 119 Lake St. 9-10-59 Candy Manor Chaps, The Wall, Butch ' s Parties . . . Aerosmith . . . 4x and Providence, Stones ' 75 . . . Stumpy, Quebec ' 76 . . . The Word!, Naaw!, Doc Jaf . . . Lick ' n a Promise, Telecaster, Jam- Parties at 119, Train . . . Small Alies, So. Peega! " Halloween ' 73 ' 76 ... Jr. Non-Prom with Bustoff . . . Realities of Life with Dr. Arthur . . . Love My Friends . . . Never, Ever the Same Again. PAULA ROSSOW 39 Surry Rd. 7-15-59 Millie Meter . . . Chaperon Rouge . . . illogical . . . Buster Keaton lives . . . guitars . . . J.E. ' s K.J. . . . it ' s a facade . . . La eerie . . . Nance et al . . . summer wings . . . Quebec . . . right! . . . March 18, March 19 . . . changes . . . M . . . je t ' aime . . . parties . . . teehee . . . The Lake . . . Marie and CO. Brigham ' s encote Reality . . . tempus fugit. ANTHONY JOHN ROUNDS 173 Mt. Vernon St. 1-13-59 Tony " Thank God it ' s all over! " MARCIA ROUTENBERG PAULA ROSSOW ANTHONY ROUNDS CANDACE ROPER 71 DONNA ROCHE Gay St. 5-4-59 Roach Clip DONNA ROCHE CRYSTAL ROCHA . Charlenes ' s House . Somerville . . . Pick . Jr. Prom . . . Mystic Boys ' Club . . . Beach LINDA ROBERTO JAMES ROACH Spy Pond . . . L.G. . . . " 50 ' s parties " . . . Lois ' house . . . " Get down " Stick . . . Drive ins . . . Brothers 4 Lakes . . . Beach Party . . . Mark B . Boys Concert. CRYSTAL ROCHA 23 Exeter St. 3-1-60 Serves you right to suffer, Friday nights. Junior Year . . . Wayne 3-25-75 Check ' Em Out! Sailing, Nancy, 9-18-76, The Supremes. Lines on my face. Hang it up! Filichia ' s class, Rogie, Summer of ' 76, Bulbie ' s, Florida, Concerts, Where do we go from here? Diane, Party! Goodbye, A.H.S.! LINDA-JO ROBERTO 53 Exeter St. 1-6-59 Mindy Saturdays . . . 1-4-73 . . . Your Saturday Girl . . . Always re- member Rich, Marks, and Jamie, and all my friends at F.N.S. . . . Cheryl . . . See ya later! . . . The Castle and K.J. . . . " Peg " . . . sleeping late . . . " If " . . . Maria . . . someday R.L. JAMES ROACH 48 Crawford St. 5-8-59 Jim All nighters. The River, Menotomy, " I ' m crazy, " He ' s weird Hitchhicker in the closet. President of the N.A.S.S. Local 776, Making a run. The nuts at Stop and Shop, Party! A.S. K.F. T.R. Stairway to Heaven. " Is a crazy person in a crazy world crazy? " Goodbye to the people at AHS. ELIZABETH RILEY MARK RICHARDS ELIZABETH ANNE RILEY 93 Hemlock St. 7-25-59 Liz Lacrosse, softball, parties . . . bus trips, Toronto, music, friends. MARK RICHARDS 48 Fairmont St. 4-21-59 My ' 66 T-Bird . . . Wally ' s ' 62 Chevy . . . Schlitz, some good gold . . . Curt ' s Bar, Lounge, Pats, PSLW . . . Later. DONNA M. RICHARD 102 Quincy Street 8-14-59 Steve 11-4-74, " Going to gymnastic meets " (a twitt!) . . . The Senior Prom . . . Mr. D. . . .? The Cape . . . Rockport ' 76 . . . (B.I.T.J.? . . .) Jackie . . . M.T., Cruisin . . . Friday nights . . . July 4th . . . Frampton . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad . . . " Good times are the best! " DON RICE 43 Woodside Lane 10-13-59 Betty Boredom, crystalis, twenty-four hours, Charlies ' Doughnuts, Dead parts, HB ' s, B and E ' s, Double Barrel, Blue, Franks, going to Maine and meeting Angie, fire extinguisher, Psycholcfelic six different colors. Mass. General Paula, Bob, Joey Swansons, running down subway tunnels, Walden Pond, the tracks, Shapper, Gary, Gone but not forgotten. DONNA RICHARD DONALD RICE MA RILYN REZENDES 5 Dorothy Rd, 10-5-59 Guppy, fish, Maleryn " My kids " . . . Parmenter . , . CCD . . . Stan and Penny . . . Menotomy Preschool . . . Cross Country . . . track . . . the mile . . . Mr. and Miss H. . . . Jog . . . B.C. race ... St, J ' s . . . Y.E.S. . . . P.S.S.S.T. . . . retreats . . . Passion Pageant . . . Chris . . . Lou . . , Sue . , . Liz . . . Peggy . . . " rotsof- ruck " . . . " Happy are those who dream dreams and are wil- ling to pay the price to make them come true. " RONALD J. REPOS A 35 Stone Road 10-24-58 The days of St. Agnes . . . Cookes . . . The Lawn . . . The River . . . the Summers . . . freshman year; a start . . . Soph- omore the beginning . . . Junior; good time . . . Senior . . . Party . . . What parties we had. JOHN REIS 42 Franklin Street 10-7-59 Bieliga Pic ' s cottage down the Cape . . . The Buzzards . . . Biffing down the corridors . . . Smoke ' s between innings . . . J.Vi Basketball . . . You can ' t always get what you want . . . ACPL , , . FiHo . . . Joe ' s party . . . never forget all the kids in the parking lot . . . Basketball . . . Gimme Shelter . . . parties, parties, parties. MICHAEL REILLY 4 Lorraine Terrace 4-25-59 Ruppells " Mama Told Me Not To Come, " Party at Doug ' s, Polies gone!, I 42 hr.. Hi, Ike " No No, " Is your leg broken, Wayne?, Look at I those two on the couch. We will finish by New Years. Rain- bow, 140, Meadows biken. Bang, Who ' s hit? C.C., A.F., M.B., D.C., Where am I? RONALD REPOSA MICHAEL REILLY MARILYN REZENDES : JAMES T. REILLY 29 Coolidge Road 7-7-58 J.J. i| Farm . . . Concord Bicentennial . . . Tourney games . . . A. B.C. . . . Attitash . . . Plymouth . . . Menotomy fined $25 ... Keith and Nellies N.Y.E. . . . Pit’s cellar . . . Head shop . . . Cumbies . . . Convos . . . chases . . . Paniello ' s Parties . . . Lumbos . . . Led Zeppelin. WILLIAM D. REEN 235 Sylvia Street 3-20-59 i Sea Gate Pub . . . All the great summers at Hampton Beach ... Mike Beaton ' s cottage N.H. . . . Walden Pond . . . C.B.ing . . . Tim ' s Van . . . Maco ' s . . . The Drive-ins . . . i Skiing . . . Where did ya find the deep powder? . . . The hoc- key games . . . Steve walkin the tracks. Nights at the High 1 School. DIANE REARDON 15 Milton Street 1-29-59 j Law 1 with Dolly and Jeanne . . . Sept. 20, 1975 — DFS and 1 DR. Mr. and Mrs. Dee . . . Filene ' s . . . good luck to: Julie, ii Gerry, Joe, Janine and cats, Lisa, Celeste, Grace, Jo-Anne, Bob, " Lenny ' s English, " T.D., Bill, Anne, Sharon, Scott and all my ' friends at A.H.S. JAMES REILLY ROY RAPHAEL 12 Mystic Valley Parkway 8-23-59 Bobo, Nubby, Jay, Tony, Fitzy, Cusie, Mitch, Aram, Ike, Marc, Tom, Chris, Charlie . . . Paul and Spaz . . . The Nights Up Camp . . . Bethel, Vermont . . . Drive-Ins . . . Lexington . . . " Pressbox " . . . " Bagged in the Bell Tower " . . . Tourneys . . . S.O.M.F. . . . Junior Prom . . . High School . . . " Okay I Denise its Hoit " . . . " Summer of ' 76 " . . . " Look out " . . . I Hampton . . . Greg ' s Cottage . . . A.H.S. is the best . . . S.I. WILLIAM REEN DIANE REARDON ROY RAPHAEL EV ANGELOS RALLIS 16 Milton St. 3-16-59 EVANGELOS RALLIS CHARLES QUIGLEY KRISHNA RAGHAVAN RICHARD QUARANTIELLO KRISHNA K. RAGHAVEN 116 Winchester Rd. 4-21-61 Raagg To Raju . . . The Burning Bush . . . Chicago . . . Jaguar . . . Class of 1977 , . . Ditch . . . Scumbag . . . P.B. . . . J.S. . . . S. B. . . . L.T. . . . Terminal Room . . . Math office ... 16 . . . Indian American . . . Krishnamachari . . . Kamala . . . M.I.T. CHARLES F. QUIGLEY III 67 College Ave 3-30-59 Charles Sail ' 76 Marblehead, Quincy Hingham C.P.Y.C., Rochester, Ma- rian, Stone Horse, Galleger Cup, Grey Cup, Sears Cup, area A, L.I. Sound . . . Markus, " Sweaty, ' " Oppy, " adee, Mikey, eggs. " Chink, " Drive ins, Mike ' s Temporary Incarceration, Nahant, MacDonald ' s . . . Doc Jaffe, Dr. Arthur, W.I.H., Hockey, weightlifting, track 1,2, 3, 4, chess . . . nyet!, " This must be legal, " " But officer. " RICHARD QUARANTIELLQ 82 Qverlook Rd. 6-4-59 Toosh farm! Igor, Menotomy, Ryno ' s Tourney Party; Maine, take a Lap, Slap Snap finger, Keith ' s New Year ' s party, Nellie ' s tool. Junior Class " Treasurer, Senior Class President . . . for why. Why N.G. . . . L.C., D.G., The Brew and the Bones . . . Lewies Parties, The Loss Instigated, — why me? B.P. ' s, P.P., E.G., T. W., (J.C., B.L., Slines B.P., B.C., D.D.) DIANE PUES 7 Park Ave. Ext. 7-12-59 Fitzy 4-10-76, Cumberland Farms ' 74 . . . Grove St. Kids . . . Seal Talk 73-77 . . . Medford Woods . . . The Club . . . The Twenty . . . Summer Street ' 76 . . . Camping Trips, all night parties Rifa madness. JAMES PSIAKIS 211 Mystic St. 11-18-58 Jimmy Summer of ' 76, weekends at Cape, Algebra 1, A.D., E.Y., V.R., M.K., T.V., D.L.; Jerry, didn ' t skip classes, junior movies. Live free, enjoy, and dream a dream. Thanks, A.H.S. KATHERINE PROVAS 42 Spy Pond Pkwy. 4-13-60 Good Times . . . High School, Buttrick ' s, the stands, " Slide it over! " , P.C.T., Dead Ends! . . . Cape, Summer of ' 76, Nahant, Florida ' 76 . . . Beach Boys . . . Press Box . . . Friends we are MWMVMLGRKSLFDTCLCW. GARY PROULX 42 Sunset Rd. 4-19-59 The gang ' s all here: Dan, Bo, Dave, Rick, Dave, Jim, Cruisin for a bruisin 68 Camano, Gallucci ' s Gulf, fish the Cat, Millsie, Fred, 6 cylinder gang, Salem Willows, The Comer, The Cafe, Machine Shop, Physics Class. JAMES PSIAKIS GARY PROULX DIANE PUES KATHERINE PROVAS 74 I DIANE POWERS 374 Ridge St. 7-24-60 ; Oh No! . . . Ellie . . . Laurie . . . Gigi . . . “York " . . . God- I fathers . . . Wells, Maine . . . Andre Cold Duck . . . M.C.C. ■ ... “Stevie " . . . “Carroll ' s and Charlie ' s " . . . Help! . . . I ANNE POWERS 83 Thorndike St. 2-24-59 I 6th period study in 64, W, “My Eyes Adored You, " The Cape, I J.M., The Swanboats, Physics, Denise, Mary Lou, P.F., Jr. of- fice, Y.O.D.H. Y.B. Comm., 10-10-75, History with Leslie and Julie, K.P., D.T., Typing I with Judy, May 13. WILLIAM J. POTTER 45 Linden St. 9-14-59 Bad Co., Big Swith, Junior winter. Something I got to do. Brat- tle St. bridge. Grove, The Farm, Easy Money, Stick it Ralph, Friends are the best. Stations, Annie, Bom to Enjoy, Who ' s gut papers? Is it your day? If they only knew, Pitt ' s cellar. Farm j parties, Boring Farm High School Nights. ; GAIL PORTER 15 Rawson Rd. 10-18-59 li Summer ' 75 . . . Parties . . . Sparkem . . . BFSH . . . Tic . . . j Cruisin . . . CV . . . Stones . . . Satisfaction . . . Doobie Bros. Concert . . . Beginnings . . . Eagles . . . Vette . . . GTWW . . . Buttricks . . . LD . . . SW . . . PT . . . NG . . . Ann . . . DM and the gang . . . You ' ve got a friend . . . B 5 75-? . . . Out at last . . . Take it easy! FRANKIE M. PORCIELLO 57 Williams St. 9-19-58 Puss Parties, car races. Ambition: To get out of A.H.S., Ju , Hib- bert St. Between Periods. Favorite Person: Paul Hrul, Zepplin, Sandy ' s for coffee, 11th grade history class with Louie. I.W.D.M. Hi, Mr. Toz. ANNE POWERS GAIL PORTER DIANE POWERS fl FRANCIS PORCIELLO DIANE POLIMENI 20 Henderson St. 2-6-59 They ' re beautiful, alive and warm, kind and caring, under- standing, They come to help, help us through life. These are tme friends. David . . . 7-16-76. Best times with Crystal 5th period, senior year, a special goodbye to Mr. Fusco, Goodbye A.H.S. NANCY PIERCE 148 WaUaston Ave. 8-8-59 j Rod Concert 10-13-75 . . . The feets . . . Florida . . . “Peeps " . . . Hampton ' 75 . . . Good Vibes . . . Colombo . . . Good Times with A1 . . . Halloween Party . . . Legal . . . The jogger . . . Out with the shades. ADRIENNE PICHETTE 23 Russell St. 11-18-59 ! Cruisin, Party, Thorndike “76, " crazy chicks. What a rush. Biff, i What wall? Kleenex! Bab-o, Hey Boo-Boo, Predicaments, Hey, Nom, Bathroom walls. Get it? Cherry, D.S., “Z,“ Cougar, Out- of-town boys, “really, " telephone poles, meatball, spaceshot, to the max, N.P., Aerosmith, Frmpton, Chinese Sister Cathy, j Ashby, Chug-a-lug, F. Maryanne, Jo, all nighters, D.D.S.L.M. j RALPH PICARDl 32 Carl Rd. 8-28-59 Rocks ! Our Tower, “The Park, " Frampton ripoff, Pern. Point rocks ' with Mac, Joe and Maddog . . . OZ . . . Summer of ' 76 every j night . . . Tanza never fails!!! Park fires, Fraser chases, " Fail- I ure " . . . “What are you chattin me? " . . . Joe ' s tent, Dooley ' s j and Zanis ' . . . Rock Anus, Charlie ' s office, baseball . . . “Un- I cle Bob " . . . Bemo, Jack, Gel, Pep, Ike, Ed. I I I NANCY PIERCE DIANE POLIMENI ADRIENNE PICHETTE RALPH PICARDl 75 JANET PERRY 165 Oakland Ave. 12-14-59 Criswick . . . spacecraft . . . party! " Git " 11 in a 6 seat Dodge . . . Summer of ' 76 . . . Jean Genie ' s cute little greenies . . . and tiny old ladies in red raincoats and hair spray on their gray hair . . . C.S.M.H. . . . J.R.H. " Mim, " " Oliver, " " 7-P ' s " " Dark desolate fields of silence. " " Trillbee ' . . . etc. Babies . . . 65ms. and pantomines, JACQUELINE MARIE PENNINO 264 Park Ave. 7-12-59 Jackie The Lake (Fag) . . . ballet . . . going to those gymnastics meets; (A twit!!) ... art class with Finberg . . . Citizenship with Brannelly . . . Yearbook, Donna R , . . 92!! (She quit!) The " Spastic " Sub Shop with S., M., and S . . . ( " Vegie " ) . . . Frampton . . . the Cape . . . (D. and J!) (Love to Kilgore, Fin- berg, Belote, and Trev.) DENISE PENGEROTH 264 Sylvia St. 3-6-60 SB DS. BS. MC. SG. CJ. . . . Walden Pond . . . Survival . . . Rapunzel, A.O.E. . . . Hansel and Gretal waves . . . Somer- ville at Lake Winnepesaukee 3x? The Who . . . Lazer Beams . . . The Beach Boys and Schaefer Stadium . . . " Sounds of Silence " . . . Salt and Pepper 7-14-76 . . . Halloween ' 75 . . . New Hampshire . . . Maine . . . The Beatles . . . " Dream On " . . . Meanwhile. WAYNE PELLETIER 288 Summer St. 11-5-59 Summers ' 75- ' 76, Friends . . . weekends. Exchange Trips, Dave Spencer, The Band, Bellingham, Freakin ' , N.H., Ann D., Cusy, Russ Fiore, Pellets, G S, The Shows, Ginny M., Betsy B., B.S., trust, paranoia, Dave C., Rutland, Bob D., Get ' Em, Keep in touch all . . . Take it easy. DEBBIE PECCI 56 Pine Ridge Rd. 3-21-59 Pech P.M.E.G.D.B.S.J.G.F.D.M.C.K. " Friends We Are. " Chug-a- lugs. Farm. High School . . . Sloe Gin. Cheering. Camp ' 76. George . . . bagged! W.W. " Can you hack this? " Maine . . . Tips and Points. Hampton DQ. Pam ' s car. L S. D.B.J. . . . hydrox. Tune in D.F. How do you feel? Hang it up. SCO-EDP. CYNTHIA A. PAYNTER 23 Mohawk Rd. 11-6-59 Cindy Freshman lunch, gas mask, the cliff. Tower ' 74, Summer St., Blackout at Lockes, " Coke, " T.V. buns, Mark Earner, C.T. go and die. Labor Day Weekend, Behind Blue Eyes R.G., July 25, Marty 6-20-76, Sneakers B.I.G.L.Y., Block Parties, Frampton, Green Face, Monday morning. Check it out. Dazed and Con- fused. I.L.B.C.N.U. ROSE PASCIUTO 27 Parker St. 9-15-59 Rose How long can a good thing last . . . red car , . . Bargains . . . Party . . . spark it up . . . Sean . . . Terry, fuffo, Irene . . . Walden Pond . . . Maynard . . . Legion Hall. ROSS PASCALE 318 Ridge St. 12-7-59 Stratton . . . Tower . . . Summer Street . . . Res . . . Rifa . . . Spark ' em up . . . small party . . . being wasted during school . . . " Marty " . . . The Fat Man . . . trips . . . The Martin Mobile . . . Parties at Breslins . . . Whose party is this . . . Marty R.I.P. . . . H-D . . . Blondies . . . someday TU get that Harley . . . Buzzed for a concert . . . EatFI . . . School ' s out for ever . . . small party. DEBORAH PECCI ROSALBA PASCIUTO WAYNE PELLETIER JANET PERRY JACQUELINE PENNINO CYNTHIA PAYNTER ROSS PASCALE DENISE PENGEROTH 76 JUDI PARADIS 28 Crawford St. 2-29-59 i Judith M., Franny transposed Savage, Beyond Cognito, Fourth Estate, Australia, Stockbird, Back Blackboard, Quebec, Recrea- tion Editor, Cotterisms, Confetti with Bias, Russian Spies. Deadlines, All American Night, Esplanade Card, Scoop, Stung tongue. Are you depressed? . . . Opera in Harvard Sq., Feed- ing ducks. Decorating lockers . . . Imagination is more impor- tant than knowledge. DENISE PARADIS 26 Marion Rd. 6-1-59 It ' s over . . . and I ' m glad . . . Desiderata . . . " Gotta Get Away " . . . Cissy; June 21, 1975. X-mas Eve ' 75 . . . " Thanks, Mom and Dad. " I ELISABETH ANNE PAPPAS 475 Mass. Ave. 11-2-59 Pappy Jr. yr. 1st period . . . " summer of ' 76 " . . . " The Family " . . . ) 4th of July weekend . . . I.B.T.C. . . . Everybody . . . j " Where ' s the party? " The Monument . . . " Keep on Bikin ' " ... " One or two? " . . . On the wagon . . . Supremes . . . My ’ big sister ... I love how you love me . . . " Bird " . . . Ralph 74-76 . . . Suspicious Minds . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. [ JIM PAOLILLO 67 Egerton Rd. 11-21-59 Carlos I H.P., K.M.P., New Years ' 76, Millers, S.D.S., The Buddies, Pete ' s Attic Lounge, L.D., Period 1, krow VW flip, T.T., B.P., L.P., Legal, She said Bum Les Paul. Good Jew, RB wrong way ! Bubble gum. The Pets, Aerosmith, the pines, Harrassing freaks. Community Pig, Chase Scenes, Ingenious dump. Where ' s Sister Bertril? ELISABETH PAPPAS JAMES PAOLILLO JUDITH PARADIS iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii CAROL PAGLIUCA 72 Piedmont St. 1-23-59 63 Back Shed, St. J ' s, M.A.H., F.N.A., Friends, The Cape, Con- certs, Summer ' 75, Harvard Square, Hampton,. Long Live Quebec!. . . Je T ' aime, The Spa, F.T. Mobil 4-76, Trac II, PW., Keethi? . . . Beanie, Crisco Lewie 9-14-76, Esplanade Bicen- tennial Beer, Takes 3 to Tango! Boogie! The Mill, O.L.G. j PHYLLIS PACHECO 179 Franklin St. 1-4-59 What a trip down the Cape . . . Best memories, Breslin ' s par- tys, (Froggie), Memorial weekend ' 75, Hampton Beach, L.W., Memory Motel by Stones. Decent concerts. Kiss, Stones, Aerosmith, Bowie. Summer of ' 74, ' 75. Cooke ' s Hollow. Ticking i at Gail ' s house after school. Friends G.F., J.S., D.C., C.G., J.S., Later. I , PATRICIA OUELLETTE 106 Florence Ave. 5-14-59 Pat ' U. Mass, Amhe rst, Saturday nights at Aku, D M, K.M., N.C., ! L-tJ You gotta tell someone . . . Thanks to my family for help- i ing me through . . . Looking for space, Brigham ' s, Harvard f Square. PHYLLIS PACHECO CAROL PAGLIUCA I JEANNE OSTER 21 Hathaway Circle 5-25-59 Ost I Boyfriend, Gopher, Succeed, Danish, P.J., Attic, Jesus, Tequila, ■ Apostle, Marbles, Jack, Stage Manager, Light Design Boards, Kid, Oklahoma, Babes, Seascouts, Butterflies, Fiddler Art, To- ij night. Case, Family, Jester, OZ, Lollypop, Aspiring, Festival, l| Auditorium, Mr. Roberts, Theatre, Sailing, Future Shows and i friendships. Always remember the good times. JEANNE OSTER PATRICIA OUELLETTE 77 CATHY OSKIN STEPHEN OPPEDISANO ROBERT O ' NEILL ANNE O ' NEILL 13 Swan St. 4-16-59 Annie West Hartford, Conn . . . Canada, and New York. " Hey, Mary, got stuck in any blizzards lately? " Statue of Liberty and the Ferry Boat. Summer of ' 76. " Good party, " Salisbury, Get away from it all. Thanks to my friends Linwood St., Sparkles, Side door, rush Fubar, Grateful Dead " come back " Ireland. V BOB O ' NEILL 27 Davis Ave. 1-13-59 Looney Diane at C.S.H. . . . Drop your laundry. Baby. Katy ' s smoking the Gold . . . P.B., C.B., (J.H., Hey S.C. in Hampton. Where am I? " Spark ' em. " Communist Red China. Hey, Al! The boys are back in town. Jethro Tull. Party it up Boys!! Girls, girls, you are girls. Drop you! STEPHEN OPPEDISANO 102 Stowecraft Rd. 9-18-59 Opie Beatles, Stones, Moody Blues, Bishop Park, Mike, Dan, Andy, Charley, EEO, Drive-ins, Football liners, 35, Nebraska, College Football, Pittsburgh Pirates, ZISK, Decatur Mkt., Mikee. « CATHY OSKIN 24 Adams St. 10-27-59 ANNE O ' NEILL TIMOTHY O ' MEARA 101 Milton St. 5-17-59 Tim Washington, D.C. . . . Egor . . . Friday the 13th . . . Pruden- tial . . . Junior Lunch . . . Junior English . . . Alcoholic . . . Thom McAn . . . Diane . . . The Deli . . . Arlex ... Jr. and Sr. Prom . . . 5-17-77 . . . Mae ' s fender . . . stupid jokes . . . Dairy Twist ... I need a car . . . Wanna go out for a cigarette? . . . Will May 15 ever come!! NANCY O ' CONNOR 14 Beverly Rd. 1-27-59 The Park, Amos, Bets, Ca, Co, Sister B., Mother S., Summer ' 76, Megansett, Rye Spratt ' s room, Frampton, Bells, Kirst, But- trick ' s, A.M., Revere, A.M., A.M. mobile, Billy: Come on Nanc, L.G.H., Bong, B.S., Geri, She, Jew, Party! Sousa ' s. MICHAEL OFRIA 6 Walnut St. 12-23-58 Mike Wheelstands . . . Big party at the Cape . . . Summer St. . . . The best Valerie . . . McKnight . . . Schmave, Rosco, Turtle, Fitz, Chuck, Jimbo . . . Martin . . . Goerge ' s trailer . . . Brat- tle Bridge . . . Stratton. KATHY O ' LEARY 145 Florence Ave. 7-30-59 Summer of blue; definitely sparked ' em; jokes?. What about the trailer; all the good times; Blinded by the light, third period, " Zeppelin; deece I ' ll see yas! " KATHLEEN O ' LEARY TIMOTHY O ' MEARA MICHAEL OFRIA NANCY O ' CONNER 78 f I DIANE O ' CONNOR 40 Kenilworth Rd. 3-1-59 1 Friends, " Frampton, " Hello . . . never can say good-bye to j. “Y ” jhe Jaf, Andover Ducks, B-ball, Tripping into the bushes, I too high, mustang, B-fever, " wait for the picture! " L.D. ( weekend, thumbs up, scribbs, " II " , Putrid, " You only live I once. " " Hope you always walk in the sunshine. " |. BARRY E. O ' CONNOR 49 Newcomb St. Uncle BB. j| Pres. Student Council, G S, Cheeseketeers Forever, T., P., K., I R., Freak ' um Beards, Brewsters, Orty, Dots, Leadershop. Get i your Eagle!! What ' d he say? B, B, B, S, T, ' 77 it was a very good I year. Good luck, class of ' 77. I MICHAEL E. O ' CONNELL 8 High Haith Rd. 8-25-59 Mike i T-bone 4-years . . . Hartford, Pewter Pot Inc. 8-25-77, 1 Freshman Year ... 20 laps at 7:00 am. Scarsdale ... 21 with I Jeff . . . " Red, " Halloween Parties . . . Menotomy . . . Ken- nybunk Port . . . Onset . . . " Oops, there goes the Battery " , ... Starsky and Hutch . . . Falmouth . . . Spindle Point . . . V Jazz is it!! 5-15-76 Goodbye, A.H.S. J KATHLEEN O ' BRIEN 441 Summer St. 12-2-59 Kathy, Obie, I P-nut I The stores . . . partyin ' . . . munchies . . . Salem . . . Daryl I HaU John Oates concert . . . the center . . . " thank you, I Anne " . . . muffin mornings . . . Short? Who me? Scituate I ... Squirrell, Kelley, Debbie . . . " Let ' s go to the Clipper I Ship " . . . Harleys . . . N Sons . . . Neil Young . . . Jeffer- I son Starship . . . Led Zepplin . . . S.G., S.P., L.G., B.G., t M.F., B.P., W.C., D.O., B.O., A.F., J.C., C.J. imniNimiiimi MICHAEL O ' CONNELL BARRY O ' CONNOR MICHAEL O ' BRIEN illllllo DIANE O ' CONNOR KERIN O ' BRIEN 20 Farrington St. 4-17-59 Bishop ' 71- ' 72 . . . Fla . . . LODCGB . . . Bad Trip . . . Lost contacts . . . Hello, it ' s me . . . Junior year . . . Bermuda is another world . . . I ' ll do it my way . . . I-d . . . D.P.W. . . . Drive much? We ' re on the road . . . Camping . . . Chalk it up to experience . . . Eddie, Joan, Dede, Pet . . . Scituated . . . 1-4-3 . . . Ma . . . Thanks to the " B " family . . . Time to move on. ANN O ' BRIEN 176 Franklin St. 1-14-60 Bananna Always remember The River, M.F., T.K., C.M., G.D., " I wanna be your friend. " E.Q. forever. Revere Beach, manman. Papa ' s. MICHAEL WILLIAM O ' BRIEN 11 Mystic View Terr. 10-14- 59 Mike Deep Purple . . . Smoke on the water, highway star . . . Deep Purple Concert — Tommy Bolin, Ritchie Blackmore, Jimi Hen- drix . . . Oakland Raiders are the best . . . Cecil Cooper, Reg- gie Jackson ... 3 Stooges, Monty Python and now for some- thing completely different . . . A.H.S. a small step on the way to the top. " Dream On. " MARYANN O ' BRIEN 9 Albermarle St. 3-31-58 B.F., Keenan, ' 75 much school. Winchester, Decent parties, F.S., N.H., weekends with R.D., Lynnefield parties, G.R., Cruising . . . with S.A. . . . summer of ' 76, Murph, Future plans party, Calif, here I come . . . MARY O ' BRIEN KATHLEEN O ' BRIEN tel—... L. KERIN O ' BRIEN ANN O ' BRIEN 79 KIM NORTHROP BRADLEY NELSON CHRISTINE NIHAN 124 George St. 7-28-59 Toronto, Quebec, Chicago . . . Guppy . . . Beanie, Crisco, Lewis 9-14-76 . . . Esplanade, Bicentennial Beer . . . We were neighbors for long, but I received more than I could give. Now the day has dawned and the lamp that lit my dark comer is out. A summons has come and I am ready for my journey — Tag- gore. KIM NORTHROP 36 Hillsdale Road 4-30-59 The Grand Essentials to happiness in this life are: something to do, something to love, something to hope for . . . D.P. KR. ■ M., F.R. 9-17-73 catching a buzz “20 " Homestead Cape Moun- tains Junior Year . , . 1st period Thanks Mom and Dad. SCOTT NYBERG 158 Wright St. 2-10-59 Nubby Lookout . . . Tommy . . . RaB. Bichem. Tony, Fitz. Chris. Mitch. Corb. Ikem. BO. Nickey. Paul. The Nights up Camp . . . Vermont. Small Party. Marcy ' s Torino . . . Forts . . . Jane March 14. Pam. Bink Peci Mary T. How are ya . . . Millers . . . ProBlems . . . High School . . . Farm . . . Nahant ... V Football . . . Mr. Nyberg . . . Freakem . . . Press Box . . . No Check Bums . . . Buddy . . . Angi. CYNTHIA R. MURRAY 16 Hawthorne Ave. 7-3-59 High School . . . Stratton . . . farm . . . Schroon Lake . . . George . . . bagged . . . How do you feel? . . . Bye-Bye J . . . Can you hack this? . . . midnight party . . . C-tails at 7 . . . many problems? . . . press box . . . Thank-you Sue! 9-24-76 . . . lemonade . . . p. v. . . . pickle 10-13-75 . . . Patte . . . Chrysa . . . Kathy . . . Julie . . . friends we are . . . Finn. MAUREEN MURRAY 123 Alpine Terrace 9-26-59 Moe V. T., N.H., Frampton, Pats, The fantastic parties with the kids, the Big H., all the young dudes. Bongs, Bazookas, Smash, Zap! " Sucked in again, " " Wanna go for a ride?! " . My best to bum- bles, Happiness is being loved by the one you love M.A., Last words: This is livin ' , mista? PAUL A. MYDELSKI 10 Janet Road 11-12-58 In the hole, " We want Columbo, " at Sunapee, good times in N.H. and Vermont, ski the powder . . . K.L.W., fight, for what? D.K, on an awkward night in June. Get down in L.A., Detective Man from Westwood to Hollywood . . . Goodbye, everyone. I hope to see you in my next episode. BRAD NELSON 10 Grand View Rd. 6-27-59 Nellie Farm, Concord Bicentennial 4-19-75, Concerts at Schaffer, Hampton Beach . . , Dave ' s cottage, N.H. Maine, Weekend at Providence, Matignon games, B.P.D.P., Paniello ' s parties . . . OTR, lumbos. Head Shop, Catch a mean buzz . . . tunes, Schlitz, Ryno ' s jacket . . . blood, Newton Center . . . Give me a ride! . . . DANIEL MURPHY 35 Bradley Rd. 12-28-58 Will remember all the good times I couldn ' t put in. The best trip at the Cape and K ' s car to Prov., getting hi at S.S. Stratton. Summer 76, Keg parties . . . going to M.V., Eagles and Frampton concerts . . . Partying up mountains. Stay hi, enjoy life and all the good times to come. BARBARA JEAN MURPHY 4 Radcliffe Rd. 1-11-59 73-76 . . . D.R., the tower, all the proms, H.M. left 74, 4-11-76 . . . D.M., Hampton " T " ' 76 . . . P.K. and C.K. . . . W. O.W.W.W., spark ' em, p.p.b.. Summer ' 76 . . . Mary Ann . . . party . . . Senior year . . . 79 . . . Look out! Future Plans: California, here I come! CHRISTINE NIHAN N mil CYNTHIA MURRAY SCOTT NYBERG PAUL MYDELSKI KERRY MURPHY BARBARA MURPHY 80 DOUGLAS MORRISSEY GEORGE MOUDARRI GEORGE MOUDARRI 35 Cleveland St. 2-27-59 DOUGLAS A. MORRISEY 14 Margaret St. 12-16-59 Doug CoUeen, Working at Mai ' s. Fun with The Manor Chaps, The Party on the Bike Path. Painting with Matt and Joe. History (Junior) Housemaster ' s Office, Summers of ' 76, ' 75, ' 74, and ' 73. Good Luck, Class of ' 76. Ambition: The Air Force. LINDA A. MORRISON 15 Marrigan St. 10-11-59 Timmy 11-12-75, Beach Boys Concert, Junior Semi-Formal, Se- nior Prom, D79-284, Weekends, Music theory. Reflections, Here Comes the Sun. SUSAN M. MORRIS 20 Langley Rd. 5-22-59 Sue Stop and Shop Kid, N.H., Sandra ' s Caddy . . . Wow . . . But- trick ' s, High School weekends. Summers still the best! . . . Finn ' s class — the best . . . the homework? . . . " It ' s only computation! " . . . Blue Nova . . . J.H., D.W., L.D., P.W., S.D., P.F., D.T. . . . Cruisin ' on the Carla C . . . Just want to have friends and stay young forever. LINDA MORRISON SUSAN MORRIS JOHN P. MORINE 72 Park Ave. Ext. 7-23-59 Butch Co-Captain V-Track, Everett brawl, Dana Zawada, FRFB, Junior Olympics, the knee. Junio r Prom and semi. Junior year, Whither ' s class. Butch, Partying, High School Field, doubling, Lexington, Sears, Finnerty ' s, Augustine ' s — Matignon, ' 64 Buick, Joe, Dana, Mitch, Cusie, Tom, Bob, Keith W, I would like to pursue a career in science. ELIZABETH MORIARTY 7 Academy St. 9-10-59 PAMELA MORAN 15 Janet Rd. 5-28-59 Rex . . . Bozo . . . Farm . . . High School . . . " Hub Cap 76 " . . . DBJ ... Jr. Semi-Formal . . . Maco . . . Hampton . . . Drive-In . . . Scott . . . 7up . . . Guess What . . . Press Box . . . Sunken . . . Michs . . . I ' ll Settle ... 10 ft. Pole . . . Hey Na . . . L S ... DP, DB, SJ, GF, EG, DM, CK, Friends We Are! . . . Student Council . . . Times I ' ll Never Forget!! KEVIN M. MORAN 34 Rockland Ave. 3-26-59 PEP The Park, The Tower, The High School, The Park Fires, Being Chased, Falling off of Hurley ' s car. The Tourneys, Butts in the 80 ' s, parties . . . Gooch ' s, Zanis ' , Brian ' s every week. Gel ' s and Lewk ' s . . . Jack, Joe, Ang, Bemo, Fargs, Charlie, Ralph, Ronny, Ike, Labs, and Ed . . . See ya. ELIZABETH MORIARTY KEVIN MORAN JOHN MORINE PAMELA MORAN 81 JANET MOLLOY KEITH MORAN DANIEL MOORE MARGARET MITROPOULOS KEITH MORAN 16 Wollaston Ave. 4-9-59 Football, Hockey . . . Laurie . . . Cakes . . . The Farm . . . Eleven . . . Scituate . . . The Bell Buoy . . . B.P. D.P. . . . Coolidge Woods . . . New Years . . . Buzz . . . Eagles Concert . . . Dennisport . . . Semi-Formal and Prom . . . Car Pool to Hockey . . . Sleep Outs . . . The Church . . . 8th grade parties and girls . . . Rap Sessions . . . Decent Years. MARGARET A. MITROPOULOS 154 Ridge St. 7-26-59 Peggy, Greek Trev’s class . . . Imsbpfnmmsjkcclc . . . Field Hockey . . . Basketball . . . Softball . . . Raid . . . Mosquitos . . . Meres- tead . . . Killer . . . Sukie . . . Big Ben . . . Polly Pillow Fight . . . Bring a Friend . . . Windsprints . . . You Gotta Love It ... Jr. English with Ms. Barry ... Jr. Semi . . . Tom ' s Teams . . . Plum Island . . . Jerry Igloo . . . Pink Cheeks . . . Blinks -I- Wiggles . . . Should we or shouldn ' t we?! . . . Pep Rally . . . Press Box . . . Student Council. JANET MOLLOY 10 Girard Road 5-22-59 Tower ' 74, Pink Floyd, Framton,The Who, The Mountains, The Cape, Donna and Pickles block party. Labor Day weekends. Hands, You didn ' t think I ' d get that ciiploma. Dad, did ya? But I did it. " Rules and Regulations: who needs them? Throw them out the door! " DANIEL B. MOORE 34 Robinhood Rd. 12-15-59 M. CAROL MILLER 9 Robbins Rd. 7-23-59 Carol S-(-H (no they ' re not green stamps!) . . . JV field hockey Fr. year . . . Keetah . . . D.P. period 4 with Bruna . . . Vernon HaU . . . Purple Orange Juice . . . Easter . . . Eggs in my AB ' s . . . Boca . . . Azuro ... " I have visions and the rest of the world wears bifocals. " Butch. DOUG MILLS 14 Allen St. 3-7-59 From me to Cheryl TLA 3 yrs. plus many more. To the Gang at GaUucci ' s J.F., F.F., S.P., P.P., G.P., J.K., B.M., S.A., C.C., P.I., G.G., R.G., E.G., Honda " 750 " 4 " To the boys at the Park J.M., T.F., T.C., P.S., S.T., K.H., J.D., ' 76. MICHAEL MICELI 95 Winchester Rd. 5-4-59 Memories of good times . . . double sessions, the Hen, pin- ned, 10-74 " the awakening, " walkouts, broken doors, and new paint holding up the walls, the drags, summer of ' 75 and a spe- cial friend named Joyce. Symmes Hospital, PP, DR, R and the strippers. Chevys, ' 66 Belair. Stay ahead. TONY J. MIGNANELLI 13 Rawson Rd. 2-18-59 Mig ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ; 0123456789 Dear Friends: I have just given you my educational capacity in 12 years of Arl. Public Schools. School is a waste so what do we do . . . Party . . . You know it. DOUGLAS MILLS ANTHONY MIGNANELLI MICHAEL MICELI I MARY MILLER 82 DONNA MESSURI 18 Sagamore Rd. 6-16-59 Falmouth . . . Hoofing . . . The Cape . . . Hemandi ' s Hide- away . . . The Res . . . Skiing to Pantry . . . Hilltop . . . Block Parties . . . Chalet . . . 4-D • • ■ Rainy Nights with D.R. . . . Sebago Lake . . . Florida . . . Mountains . . . Winnisquan ' 76 . . . Summer . . . Locke Park . . . Fluff Fluff Girl . . . Speedy Gonzalous . . . My E.C. and still there ' s more. JOANNE MELLOR 95 Montague St. 1-15-59 Jody Good hmes Center, Pond, " 20 " summer of ' 76, " Do it again! " " Cruisin for a bruisin ' ' with KN ' s car. " Dazed + Confused " " Check em out " " Catch ya later, " " On the rebound " Thanks Ma + Dad, K.N., D.D., L.P., M.B., M.E., " Fathers VI, " No- thing but a house party, " That ' s all! " Thanks Mr. Collomb, Mrs. Northrop. " Just Day Dreaming. " LARRY MEISTER 38 Linden St. 9-27-59 Thinking . . . Cape Cod . . . Water Skiing . . . Sailing . . . New Hampshire . . . Snowmobiling . . . SUZANNE MARY MEEHAN 1 Chestnut St. 11-23-59 " Do not go gentle into that good night. " by Dylan Thomas CRAIG MEECE 11 Richardson Ave. 2-22-59 If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music he hears, however measured or far away. ROBERT MEAGHER 59 Hathaway Circle 7-25-59 Schlitz tails . . . Spark ' em up . . . Open Headers . . . Marble . . . New Day Studio and Parties . . . Times in Country Squire . . . Gold . . . Blades tork ' n em up . . . Summer of ' 76. JOHN MICHAEL MCTAGUE 22 Freeman St. 11-20-59 Caveman 6-21-76, Bone, H.B., Varsity Soccer, stopper, the cave. Bicen- tennial buddies, harassing freaks, parties at Pete ' s, Butche ' s and Candie ' s, Alice Cooper ' s Concert, Aerosmith, Budweiser summer of ' 76, Honda CB 350, wipe out. Revere Beach, M.G., V.W. Flip, B.H. sporting goods, Harley Davidson sportster 1000, Good Times Are Forever. KATHLEEN A. MCSHARRY 85 Newport St. 2-20-60 Kathy " A friend is one whom one may pour out all the contents of one ' s heart, chaff and grain together, knowing that the gentlest of hands will take and sift away, keep what is worth keeping, and with the breath of kindness blow the rest away. " Julie, Patte, Cindy, Chrysa. THERESE MARIE MCPHEE 97 Egerton Rd. 1-12-59 Terry Here Today Gone Tomorrow . . . How long can a good thing last . . . The House Cat . . . Somerville . . . Bargains . . . Jack . . . Sept. 17, 1974 . . . 12th . . . ' 65 Ford Mustang Convertible . . . Red Gate . . . Spark it up . . . Party . . . Fill it up . . . B.P. ... All Nighter . . . Maine . . . Maynard . . . Maner . . . The Sanddler . . . Aug. 28, 1976. LAWRENCE MEISTER KATHLEEN MCSHARRY DONNA MESSURI CRAIG MEECE JOANNE MELLOR SUZANNE MEEHAN mill JOHN MCTAGUE THERESE MCPHEE 83 EILEEN M. MCMENIMEN 46 Quincy St. 11-6-59 What do you wanna do?? . . . Share ' n share alike! . . . Linda, my other half! . . . The Rink ... A buck $3.80 . . . telephones . . . Fribbles . . . Cruizing . . . Diets! . . . Wal-Lex . . . Par- ties . . . 3rd wheel . . . Bowling League . . . New Hampshire . . . the mudhole . . . Beach Boys . . . Check ' n it out! !. . . I.D. Please?! ... Jr. Semi-Formal . . . Our Gang forever LCDBDMCDKCKO . . . Class of ' 77, the best! ANDREE MARIE MCLELLAN 4-30-59 Ces quatre ans etaient une vraie experience du point de vie sociale et academique pour nous. Nous avons beaucoup ap- pris et nous avons fait la connaissance des bons amis. L ' ecole, les professeurs, et mes amis me manqueront . . . Dear Karen, we miss you. JOE MCLAUGHLIN 3 Brantwood Rd. 4-23-59 Hildinie, ZAP, Hilda Aerosmith Prov Civic Center 1976, Happy Thanksgiving, The Turkey, The V.W. Flip Parties at Candie ' s Bonnie ' s. The Inns, Kanick S.D.S.K.M.P. The Echo. All Nighters at Kikes, Michelob, Miller, Peter bilts, and Kenworths, Autocars, Truckin Cross Country to New Mexico. KATHY E. MCLANE 118 Sunset Road 1-14-59 Wednesdays in Boston . . . Noreena est la? . . . Catching bumblebees . . . Physical Science . . . The Fox . . . Homeroom . . . Lechmere . . . " This is true " . . . Room 83 with Esteban and B.O.B. STEPHEN J. MCGURL 15 Grove Street Place 2-15-59 Will always miss Homeroom with K. E. M. and B.B. too? . . . Nina est la? . . . Never forget Papandrea and his " All right, books closed! " . . . Je suis le roi . . . Barbara Joan and Miss West . . . N.O. . . . M.P. and L.R.Q.A.T.F. . . . Et mainten- ant . . . Que vais-je faire? Esteban! RICHARD MCGRATH 1 Bartlett Ave. 11-30-58 BRENDAN MCGEE 44 Prospect Avenue 7-23-59 Schlitz . . . Rifa . . . Katys . . . Skull . . . Partying up Hampton . . . Bluejay . . . Crashes . . . Poo . . . Warm Beer?! . . . Concord 75 ' . . . Park Parties . . . Head . . . New Years . . . $1.25 . . . 9 . . . Destruction . . . Brewster parties . . . Canavan ' s class . . . Shack? . . . She went straight . . . Dry . . . Coke . . . Skipping Classes . . . My TJ. LAURIE MCEACHERN 21 Farrington St. 1-26-59 " Broad Squad " Andre New York City Broken windows at the drive in " Get me out of here " Living for the weekend K.G. ' s Climbing the stairs after Jr. year lunch . . . Getting out of Ar- lington D.P. S.A.S. WARREN MCEWEN 2 Stevens Terr. 6-12-59 KEVIN MCEWEN 16 Brattle PI. 4-23-59 EILEEN MCMENIMEN KATHY MCLANE BRENDAN MCGEE ANDREE MCCLELLAN JOSEPH MCLAUGHLIN STEPHEN MCGURL KEVIN MCEWEN LAURIE MCEACHERN 84 ROBERTA T. MCCONNELL 87 Webster St. 9-26-59 Rowi ROBERTA MCCONNELL TIMOTHY MCCARTHY Majorettes, Harmonettes, Nursing, ENA, Madrigal Singers, Jazz Singers, Kathy, S.C., R.H. from Winthrop, 2:45am, D.S. and E.D. forever, JG, DO, LK, LC, Pam s.. Take it easy . . . Lyin ' eyes . . . " Don ' t worry, " " Don ' t get upset, " Singing, " right? " , " hello, hello? " , R.M. . . . frosh year, " oh B . . . S! " , Football games. Pep Rallies, memories of AHS. TIMOTHY J. MCCARTHY 29 Dudley St. 5-17-59 Tim ABC Westwoods High School Braves Town Champs Foods I Tourneys Parties Brew Buzz Summer of ' 76 The Park Buttrick ' s Bud Later Accounting III Bears A.S.J.G. ROBERT MCCARTHY 57 Richfield Rd. 8-2-57 Maui Torque- ' em . . . smoke shows . . . spark ' em . . . Belmont High Maui-Waui . . . Lexington P.D. . . . Parties at the Comer . . . Boobie . . . RWM . . . TM2 . . . Mac ' s Party Wagon . . . Coor ' s . . . Colombo ' s . . . Acapulco . . . Chrysler 300 . . . Javelin AMX . . . Crusen . . . EJL . . . Drainage Team . . . What ' s Happnin? . . . Hampton . . . Winchester sweats . . . What ' s wrong with your eyes? . . . Florida . . . Horra shows . . . Just plain handsome . . . foxy . . . 5th year student. PAUL MCCARTHY MICHAEL MCCALLERY PAUL MCCARTHY 11 Vamum St. 1-17-58 Rough Wo-woof . . . Cult . . . Beck . . . Luna . . . Queen . . . The Coop . . . The Bub . . . Oxford Ale House . . . Woodstock, N.H. ' 75 . . . Over Pete ' s 2nd . . . Watching the candles burn over Uncle Modew ' s . . . Jim ' s Parties . . . Bar- bie ' s Alnighters . . . Watching the sun come up . . . Harvard Parties . . . ' 74 . . . ' 75 . . . ' 76 . . . And the Best yet to Come MIKE MCCAFFERY 45 Alpine St. 5-12-58 Mitch June 11-22-75, Look out! Chris, Bags, Charlie, Jay, Rab. Bich ' em Ike ' m Fitzy-bum, Nubby, Tony, BoBo, Cusie, Spaz, and Paul Jr. High School Press Box, Freakum, Beard-shave it. Mean Machine, Tourney Games, boons. No Check Bums, Mirak, wonderful. Revere hockey game, Bzzzz, Atta Boy. JOSEPH M. MATTOS 13 Belknap St. 12-24-58 Joe AHS was fun . . . Thanks to all Faculty and Students, Fun in Careers in Art. Thanks to Ms. Finberg and guidance counselors for their help. " Life is all you have, so live up to it While it Lasts. " . . . MARIA MATIAS JOSEPH MATTOS MARIA MATIAS 286 Mystic St. 10-15-58 Summer of ' 76 . . . Central J.H. Rm. 85 . . . The laughs in Mr. Russell ' s class with Janice, Rose, Stella, Terry . . . Lots of Luck; Linda, Cheryl, S.B., J.H., S.F., D.R., A M. . . . Boston . . . J. Geils Band . . . Wings . . . Beach Boys. MANUEL MATIAS 286 Mystic St. 10-18-57 ED MASSENGILL 998 Mass. Ave. 2-23-59 Spacey Parties at the Pond . . . Melting on the Wall . . . No Busts, What Luck . . . Hawkwind . . . Cream . . . Mountain . . . N.C. was great . . . N.H. parties on the water . . . Exploring the Falls . . . 4 In The Mind. MANUEL MATIAS EDWARD MASSENGILL 85 DAVID MASSENGALE DAVID MARTONE JOHN MARTINO DIANE MARTIN DIANE MARTIN 19 Medford St. 11-13-59 Me and J.C. forever . . . Partying 3rd with L.C. and K.O. . . . Broad Squad . . . Spark-em . . . Good Luck to everyone, hope you find your dreams . . . Keep in touch. JOHN JAMES MARTINO 91 Fairmont St. 10-9-58 Bunker Schlitz . . . Partying . . . Cadillacs . . . Automechanica . . . Playing Guitar . . . Pinball . . . Turnpike Bowladrome — and Harvard Square . . . Music . . . Acapulco Gold, Bad Company, and Mary mix the Best . . . DeDe . . . Mott . . . The Dudes. DAVID MARTONE 48 Brantwood Rd. 1-21-60 Crosby Tennis Courts, Johnnie ' s Foodmaster, Mass. Bay, 1000 meter run, Tanza, you could slow down a bit. What I.D.?, you wanna work on that backhand?, Spark ' em up, Arlex, 2-point takedown. License at Last, “no guts, no glory " . . . true state- ment, I know my Limit . . . sure. Why did I drive with one hand? . . . D.P., Too many SAT ' s. DAVID MASSENGALE 932 Mass. Ave. 8-8-59 Rebel 1977, what a year ... It took a while, but we made it . . . Off to the mountains and up with our minds . . . N.C. here we come . . . Gold, Molsons and nights at the Pond . . . 3 in the morning at the hole ... 2 “It ' s only a weed " . . . M DIANE MARSILI PAUL MARQUIS BONNIE ANNE MARK 96 Chandler St. 8-6-59 Bunny, Wonny, Bennie Bennie Hardy . . . Manor . . . Craigsville 8-6-76 . . . Parties at Butch and Candy ' s . . New Year ' s Eve ' 76 at 10:00 . . . Manor Chaps! . . . Sons of Btchs . . . Pete ' s Attic Lounge ... So Happy . . . Menotomy Preschool . . . much . . . It ' s all Greed to Me . . . Sessions, Child Development with Penny Stan. LISA J. MARQUIS 55 Claremont Ave. 4-29-59 Anne, I think we ' re on the wrong side . . . Weiners and marsh- mallows over Bunsen Burners ... A friend is someone who dislikes the same people that you dislike . . . One footed vol- leyball . . . Anne, I know we ' re on the wrong side . . . We know what we are, but know not what we may be . . . PAUL A. MARQUIS 27 Mt. Vernon St. 7-26-59 Space Track Team, Frosh year, give it up!; Frampton came alive in Summer ' 76; Hey, you, get offa my cloud! Farmington, Party- land, N.H., Got a magnum? Come on. Let ' s go space truckin ' ; Let ' s go ride the Bronc; Duke and the Drivers, the Revenge, 11-18-75; Sutherland Park, 6-19-76; Jimi Hendrix lives! DIANE MARSILI 166 Mountain Ave. 8-9-59 Deanne Stephen 6-26-74, Visiting Cain Rio, Jr. Prom and Semi-formal, 14 Big, “Your Song, " The Cape, Christmas Eves, Summer of ' 75, Lights, Heaven . . . Aaangel, P.G.T.B.! Parties, The Pool, E.J. and McCartney Concerts, The Meets, 300 ' s, Butterflies . . . Iguacu, Sailing, Jr. English with Ms. Barry, Camping up with A.B., Ta Bom! LISA MARQUIS BQNNIE MARK 86 ROBERT MARINO ROBERT MARINO 54 Hibbert St, 11-10-59 GAIL MARINO 26 Park Ave. Ext. 9-2-59 Hemady ' s Hidaway . . . H.B. 29 , . . The Mountains . . . Jig- ger . . . Block Parties . . . Hill Top . , . Boofin . . . Up Sebago . . . bomb bay . . . S.F. . . . The Res, Summer, S.T., and all the parties. DIANE MARINO 280 High St., Winchester 5-1-59 Will always remember Freshman year — going to school while the stars were still out . . . seems like yesterday . . . moving away just before senior year — I miss everyone! Come to visit every now and then . . . " Fiddler,” Sunrise, sunset. Swiftly fly the years . . . May your dreams be full of promises and hopes for the future. DEBORAH MARINO 280 High St., Winchester 5-1-59 Poems, prayers, and promises. And things that we believe in, How sweet it is to love someone. How right it is to care. How long it ' s been since yesterday. And what about tomorrow? And what about our dreams. And all the memories we shared? DIANE MARINO BRIAN MARINO 11 Momingside Dr. 9-8-58 Dude Load, Chicken, Porky, Nuge, Homy, Tutor, Sudbury U.S.A., Hopping pool. The toilet ex-party machine, Celica, precious cargo, white cooler. Black Bomb, Louzy machine. Accident, 442 Tutors baby, license and registration please, Busa ' s losing business, Berman ' s gaining, E.J. concert, Chicago, munching out. Drive ins, AHS, Cold ones. Barrel hitting. Flashing Blues . . . Busted. ANNE MARIE MARA 39 Prospect Ave. 2-6-59 Student Council Freshman year . . . David and I, third place in fifties dance for the twist . . . Lisa, are you sure we ' re sitting on the wrong side? . . . " Good things come in small packages " . . . First job in junior year, working for two lawyers . . . " Success depends on character and everything you do. " Amen. JUNE MANFREDONIA 67 Melvin Rd. 6-18-59 Michael 11-22-75, Trisha, Brenda, Joan, Patti, Andy, Pasty, Marilyn, Convention Day, Shaving Cream, S.N. Car, Pep-rally, No. P.J. ' s, What . . . Wrong . . . Number, Press-box, Beer sips. High School, Jr. Semiformal, Michael ' s Coat, Lac, Mac ' s Drive ins, The Cape, Starsky, No Regrets, We ' ve only just be- gun. DAVID C. MALLOY 144 Robbins Rd. 6-17-59 Nights at the fireplace . . . Parties at the Park . . . Parties in the Cellar . . . Towers Gold . . . Lanconia 24, the Trestle . . , Mad Dog 1 . . . Spaz . . . Mad Dog 2 . . . Bob ' s Party at the Drome . . . D-25, April ' 75 . . . 4Q. B.C.C. . . . F.T.W. . . . S.O.M.F. . . . Party in New York City . . . Nerf . . . Schlitz . . . Haffenreffer . . . Bom to be Wild . . . That ' s all. BRIAN MARINO JUNE MANFREDONIA DEBBIE MARINO ♦ m DAVID MALLOY 87 ELLEN MAHONEY CHERYL MAHONEY STEVEN MALATESTA EILEEN MAHONEY STEVEN RICHARD MALATESTA 22 Bellevue Rd. 4-8-59 Mai Music Department . . . G S . . . Drama Club . . . Drama Eestival . . . John Hancock Hall . . . Burroughs in Family Album . . , Motel in “Fiddler on the Roof " . . . Menotomy Rocks Park . . . Drums . . . Beatles . . , Phoenix . . . T.C. . . . E.C. . . . M.R. . . . M.E. . . . Frank Roberts . . . Andrew Smith . . . Thank you for Everything. THOMAS P. MAHON 77 Gloucester St. 4-13-59 Farm, Menotomy, Partying, Boston Tech. Game, Colts, Green Monsters, B.P.B.P. 27, Ryan ' s Cottage, V. Soccer, J.V. Hockey, Ryan ' s Ovemighter ' s, Hot Comers, J.J. ovemighter, Nellie ' s N.Y.E., Choses, Berlin, Hartford, Conn., Freshman Banquet, Lefty, Drive ins. Tourneys, shotguns, Matt ' s Trunk, Old Gran- daddy, Pit ' s Cellar, Orty ' s Class, First gear couldn ' t hold it. Great lose, tomorrow. CHERYL MARIE MAHONEY 99 Claremont Ave. 9-19- 59 Cheri Due Nana, Is that Al? No Left Turn! The Fantastic Four, The Park, Your hands are cold! Get It? On Silab Belmont, The Back Room, Party at Drive ins, Cmising through Belmont with M.C., D.C., Hctib, My Friend Beer, Adri, Brenden ' s Parties, Picking with M.C., D.C., DoDo, Margie, Comfort, J.G. EILEEN MAHONEY 75 Hillside Ave. 12-12-58 Parties . . . Rifa . . . Comfort . . . Park parties . . . OZ . . . Destmction . . . Concerts . . . Weekend . . . J.G. . . . New Years . . . Ken N.H. . . . Sandy ' s . . . Mesc . . . Trip . . . Toll House Cookies . . . went straight . . . Hond ' s Pond ' 74 . . . Smoking Room . . . Sue Cigarettes Midnight . . . Peter ' s Cellar . . . Bagged . . . Why not! . . . Follow the Leader . . . Hi, I ' m Dean . . . Teenage Wasteland . . . Mickey 4-27- ' 75 Love Friends. ELLEN C. MAHONEY 115 Oakland Ave. 11-25-59 Memories, Yearbook Chaos, " girl managers?! " , Greg, Mounds, Mouth Lungs, Paul (only 15), " Whadda you wanna do to- night? " , Saladhead, Venus Mars, Timo (Intense), Once Is Not Enough, Pinhead, Third seat bus rides, Poughkeepsie allnignters, (love?!). Drive ins. ( " Right next to the snack bar " ) . . . it ' s worth the pain . . . (Can ' t sleep on buses?) M THOMAS MAHON DAVID MAHER MICHAEL MAHER 20 Gray St. 3-8-58 DAVID L. MAHER 44 Fayette St. 3-24-59 Summer of ' 76 (The Who) . . . waterskiing on Bow Lake (N.H.) . . . Cape Hatteras . . . free cookies anyone? . . . Golf . . . Skiing Mt. Gunstock and Cranmore . . . woodworking . . . Hey, Jack, got a 20? . . . Only the Beginning. DEBORAH MAFFE 66 Sunset Rd. 1-10-59 Debbie Cheering, camp, George . . . bagged. Can you hack this? how do you feel?, Doug 4-6-74, N.H. ... CP, 5x5, STADLTBB, Farm, High School, Many Problems, Chugalugs, " Buddy Bums, " W.B., Maine, P. is for . . . Tips and points, DGMGG, Bargin, Just you and me . . . SCO-EDP, CK, EG, DB, PM, DP, SJ, GF, " Friends we are. " CHRIS J. MACROKONIS 27 Harlow St. 6-11-59 Chris Stay hungry . . . Mike ' s Gym . . . Shume-ba-la . . . Last Child, Jungle Boogie . . . Cool and the Gang . . , M.D. . . . Arnold S. . . . Met-1 . . . Hey roj . . . Memphis Soul Stew CHRIS MACROKANIS DEBORAH MAFFE NANCY MACPHEE 88 NANCY MACPHEE 32 Overlook Rd. 8-5-59 Field hockey. Basketball, Softball, Bunnies, Merestead, Killer, Big Ben, iggy wiggy, Sukie, Polly . . . pillow fights, GTMF, Bow Lake, green ducks and white frogs, blueberry pancakes. Fireworks, Octoberfest, hitch-hiking, mistletoe, frame it, wind sprints, be serious, “Bring a Friend, " mosquitoes, pink cheeks, Jerry Igloo. LAURIE MACNEILL 7 Cross St. 8-16-59 Lau Music . . . Joan Baez and “Come from the Shadows, " Poetry . . . “Dark Horse " and " My Room " . . . thanks Lucile, Har- monoids . . . Small joke! You ' re a cutie, Mr. McDuley! “Im- agine all the people living life in peace . • " , Head changes. Love to D.H., Mercedes Benz! ... if you ' re offering me diamonds and rust. JAMES MACDONALD 29 Puritan Rd. 9-5-59 Flick Can ' t Wait to graduate . . . Junior summer . . . Erin calf . . . Hickory Hills . . . Heiniken . . . ya know what I mean? . . . indoor track . . . Miss Belote . . . Who can buy? Anne, Gary, Mary, Marcie . . . Camp Blazing Grail . . . Life Goal: to be rich and retire at eighteen . . . free lance writer . . . going cross country in a van . . . UGO MACCHIA 8 West St. 8-1-59 RICHARD MACCHI 61 Newcomb St. 9-25-59 Kathy Macchi ' s Brother Don ' t worry, I ' m always thinking . . . C.T. and A.M.M. . . . The Tape Shumbala, Electronics 2 with illustrious R.W. (Rog) Neal . . . Met L . . . Hey Rog, You Might Need this . . . Dot that kid! . . . Monty Python . . . Gregor . . . Raw hamburger, anyone? . . . The Cape . . . The Coop . . . People for food . . . B.O.C., K.H., P.F., and what ' s his name next door . . . STELLA MACARIS 20 Andrew St. 8-4-59 T.B.C., Aug. 20, ' 76, P., J.C., J.B.F You know M.G. . . . You ' re Right! 7, 8, 9 and 10 over Mary ' s house . . . What time Well, R.B., what can 1 say? is the last bus? Summer ' 75, The Who Concert ' 76, C. yourself. N.H. down C.H., Live for WILLIAM LYONS 148 Hillside Ave. 6-4-59 V. Hockey . . . Farm . . . good times with good friends . . . freshman year . . . remember H.M. . . . “the great loss " . . . Menotomy . . . Coolidge decent . . . Convos . . . “this is my life " . . . Head Shop . . . Bo ' s Party . . . Concorde . . . Con- ditioning . . . “It ' s Tourney Time . . . lumbos . . .Stones still 1 . . . Tull Concert . . . Providence — D.B. DANIEL R. LYONS 2 Herald Rd. 6-13-59 Southern Man S.H.J. . . . Chemistry . . . Test, naaaw! . . . Oxidation . . . The Manor . . . bike path . . . M Sutherm Peeega! . . . jams . . . Salisbury . . . Hampton Beach . . . check out the chicks . . . Nahant, the Causew . . . Charlie from Lynn, “Don ' t Worry about it " . . . S.F. 4 . . . cruisin . . . concerts . . . Aerosmith 1 . . . Led Zepplin . . . Kiss concert. Providence, title wave . . . JOHN LYNCH 47 Oakland Ave. 12-25-59 Mush Party up Sutherland . . . The Clan . . . Hibbert . . . Dal- lin . . . Hampton Beach ' 74, ' 75, ' 76, The Incinerator, Maine Summer ' 75 . . . Obmib . . . The Pits . . . Walden Pond . . . Schlitz . . . Michelob . . . “What do you want to do? " . . . The Heights . . . Jeff Beck . . . Sabbath . . . Meadows Masacre . . . Big Dipper . . . Nerf . . . D.e. . . . Par- tying up Doug ' s . . . STELLA MACARIS UGO MACCHIA DAVE LUDKA 77 Broadway 4-10-59 Lud Football, H.J. ' s, Freaks, Pumping iron with caveman , Joe and Spicman . . . JOHN LYNCH WILLIAM LYONS LAURIE MACNEILL DANIEL LYONS DAVID LUDKA RICHARD MACCHI DENNIS LUCAS M. CHRYSA LONG PAMELA LOVELESS WILLIAM LITTLEWOOD DENNIS LUCAS 40 Webcowef Rd. 7-15-59 Red Junior Art . . . Fin . . . Cemetery days . . . AZ . . . Pewter Pot Club . . . Where are you supposed to be? . . . Never touch the stuff! . . . Summer ' 75 . , . Substitutes . . . Lunches . . . Medford . . . Museum . . . Fourth Estate, PAM LOVELESS 51 Academy St. 6-8-59 Summer of ' 74, the swing. Summer of ' 76, The Waterworks, The bridge, Sunday Baseball Games, Golden Joe Baker, 50 ' s dances, Hampton Beach, Lolliepops, Jefferson Starship, Stair- way to Heaven, Led Zeppelin the best, Never forget all the good times. M. CHRYSA LONG 146 Wachusett Ave. 6-7-59 Paul . . . Seventeen, blue, hockey, Hampton, rollercoaster, the Bone, late . . . Julie, Cynthi, Kathy, Patte . . . midnight par- ties, pajamas and stalled cars, Press Box, Halloween, Tourneys, Nahan . . . J.V. ' s, Cha . . . Cape . . . Marie, Hoef, Mary Bea, ]., ]., and D, Z.S.P., " T.Y.C.l, " Eagles, Mare ' s Boat, Beach, The Island, 3 B ' s . . . " Without a doubt. The Bestest! " WILLIAM LITTLEWOOD 36 Pierce St. 3-10-59 Billy The Heights, Res, Sutherland Park, Big Dipper, Clan, Hampton Beach M St., Walden, Pits, Beers, busted. Party over Doug ' s, Gold, Kaw 250, LPSSPKM, Party . . . L DAN LEWKO 42 Tomahawk Rd, 4-3-59 Lewis The Park, The Tower, Fargs, Bemo, Gooch, Billy, Zanis, Parties Maine, Basketball, Bill ' s Lounge, Cards, Track, Superior, Dun- Dee, Jack, Zair, Oooley, Bemo, Fargs, Kevin, Gel, Val, Talop, Bill, Chuck, Ed, Oil, Rocks, Gooch, Ike, Futches, Cal, Cooper, Good Times, " That ' s All, " Tanner Pride, Give Me some money. Hey! MARY LEWIS 136 Wright St. 12-18-59 Good Times . . . Good friends . . . MWMBNVLFKPKSVR . . . Buttrick ' s . . . Beach . . . Calif . . . Fla . . . Cape . . . Mocha-chip . . . Happy days . . . Wist . . . Gin Rummy . . . Volleyball . . . Track . . . Mac ' s . . . Drive-ins . . . High School . . . Stairway to Heaven . . . press box . . . Nahant . . . Parties . . . Halloween ' 76 . . . G.T.D. . . . Concerts. CATHY A. LEVIN 244 Pleasant St. 10-17-60 Thank God it ' s over. DANIEL LEWKO MARY LEWIS MICHELE LEROCQUE 88 Spy Pond Pkwy. 10-3-60 Take me to the station put me on the train I got no expectations to pass through here again . . . Jagger Richard leaves are falling all around its time I was on my way but thanks to you I ' m much obliged for such a pleasant stay ... — Plant Page. JOHN LEONE 53 Irving St. 2-5-59 MICHELE LEROCQUE JOHN LEONE I K ! 90 ROBERT T. LEONARD, JR. 72 Hathaway Circle 4-17-59 Bob Anatomical trip to Washington . . . “Cultural " trips to Quebec . . . Greece . . . Erance . . . Switzerland . . . summers at Old Silver . . . winters in Hart ' s Location, tutoring E.S.L. . . . flea markets . . . Air Raid! . . . Trigonometry . . . Arlmont Bus . . . George . . . Erankie . . . Gary . . . Double sessions . . . Watergate . . . Bicentennial . . . French Club . . . but, Karen . . . ticklish? . . . love from memories of Yiayia . . . Auntie Kay . . . Thanks for the memories . . . NINA NONNA LEON 7 Grenwood Rd. 8-18-59 Summer ' 76 . . . The Bicentennial . . . Homeroom . . . Music . . . College . . . Lives of great men all remind us, we can make our lives sublime. And, departing, leave behind us. Footprints on the sands of time. (Longfellow) . . . Always re- member B.I., B.L., B.L., and J.L. JACQUELINE LEDGISTER 132A Madison Ave. 12-18-58 Jackie or Jack Jr. Sen. year hard. Gym, Print fun, late for school. Good times at Buttrick ' s, Summer of ' 76, Fun with Ros, Time for Bal- let, Good-bye A.H.S. . . . MICHAEL LAVERY 28 Davis Ave. 1-4-59 ROBERT LEONARD JACQUELINE LEDGISTER NINA LEON MICHAEL LAVERY BETHANY LAPORTE 56 Mt. Vernon St. 12-9-59 Beth Gymnastics . . . Homeroom, Frank, Anne, Bob, John, Nine . . . One-footed Volleyball . . . Applied Biology . . . Fresh Pond . . . Bentley . . . Donna, Karen, Linda, Liz, Laurie, Lisa . . . Crazy bowling . . . Brown Sugar . . . The Runt . . . Koalie and Little Starsky . . . Lunch . . . The Sponge . . . Labs . . . Double Sessions . . . Explorers . . . Koalies . . . Peachie . . . ANN MARIE LAMBERTSON 49 Marathon St. 3-11-59 Annie, A.M., Lampshade Homeroom . . . friends . . . being late for chemistry, math . . . Mr. Zero . . . S.O.S. , . . You ' ve Got A Friend . . . dou- ble sessions . . . short Wednesdays . . . Concert Choir . . . Mr. Fusco ' s Announcements . . . Revere . . . Summers at Maine ... If not for my memories of yesterday and today, there would be no dreams for tomorrow. CHRISTINE LAHIFF 311 Lake St. 12-2-59 Chris Sue ' s V.W. stallouts, the high school. Fin ' s classes, the hitman . . .? Sr. prom ' 76, getting lost, P.C.T., whose party?, D A. Dairy Twist, Senior Convention . . . Cars, press box, pep rally, p.j., mirrors, the Cape, . . . friends are forever. HARRY P. LACOUNT JR. 88 Ronald Rd. 6-14-59 Gymnastics, Summer of ' 74, Stratton, Rez, Parties down Sum- mer, Tower, D.E., White Mountains, Getting Wasted, Mystics, Block Parties, Concerts, Hond Pond, S.M. 6-22-76, Making the run to N.H., Hampton Beach, Good-bye A.H.S. BETHANY LAPORTE CHRISTINE LAHIFF ANN LAMBERTSON HARRY LACOUNT 91 MARY KREUZ 55 Cleveland St, 12-20-59 ZB Softball, marching, summer memories of Ipswich, Anne, been in any blizzards lately? Jr., Sr., half-eaten lunches, T. bellow- ing, four long years of homeroom. Why did they always give me crosses? Two good buddies, cockroach, who ' s J.I.? Thanks for the lift, Dougie. P.P. kids. The Deli, Jr. semiformal. My sties. STEVE LABRIOLA 37 Benjamin Road 4-20-59 Lab Gymnastics, camp. Summer of ' 76, calling Carol, Christmas Eves and New Years, Talking Johns, Junior Semi-formal and Prom, Aiming and holding the door, cruising, high school, bedgeirma, ESR, obstacle course, 225, States, Exeter, Alton bay, Hampton, White Mountains, camping out, butt ' s, 4 per. study. Merit, Doug ' s house, drivers ed.. Sailing on my boat. ELLEN KOENIG 94 Everett St. 10-1-59 If I hear the word " Quebec " one more time! Grunge No we ' re not related, we just look alike . . . Summer ' 76 . . . Res-s-zzzz! M.H., D.D.T.JB Cruiskeen Lan . . . H.M.C. 2 Wow! . . . " Help! I ' m drowning! " ... So what?. . . Football . . . Trees . . . 88 L.J. H.J . . .Javelin. . . You got life insurance?? Watch out!! Tra-a-aek! . . . Champange in the locker room 220 We ' re No. 3! ' 77 Champs? Yeah! ROBERT KLEIN DOUGLAS KORETSKY 46 Old Mystic St. 6-8-59 Doug Lock ' s Poitd, May 4, 1976, D.C., Cronin ' s, Mottla Recording Studios, Maine party. Uncle Dougie, G.W., D.M., T.S., the band, playing the dances. Ford ' s July 4 ' 76, Fender Twin, Mus- tang, Rupples Company, Tiffany ' s, KrugeP s comer. Bi-shop, Dallin peaple. East Arlington, Sefner s house, " Hemi " 318 wag- on, good times, good friends, weekend parties. The cellar, the regulars, the beer store, late night cruises, Arlington High Bar Grill, 4 crazy years. SHARON KIROUAC 112 Brand St. 6-5-59 Skiing, Field Hockey J.l, J.K, ' 77 Work, good times in New Hampshire, " Be a man! " ROBERT F. KLEIN 196 Crosby St. 11-2-59 ELAINE ANN KOENIG 94 Everett St. 10-1-59 No, we ' re triplets . . . August at the Res . . . N.U. ' 76 . . . Remember Fisk Hill (How could we forget?) Waste not, want not . . . Animal Rationalis . . . How profound . . . O.K. Be- ast, Stick it in your ear . . . Cruiskeen Lan . . . lacio pilum . . . Buc and Doe . . . Mr. H ' s maybe list . . . Champange in the locker room . . . ' 77 GBL Champs? ELAINE KOENIG ELLEN KOENIG STEVEN LABRIOLA MARY KREUZ DOUGLAS KORETSKY SHARON KIROUAC FRANK KIRKLAND 92 LISA A. KINOSIAN 40 Bridge St. 6-10-58 Hye, Cultural Center, Watertown, A.CY.O.A, Jrs. and Srs. Bruce, Sports Weekend ' 76, disco dancin ' at Yesterdays, The Body Language, drive ins, Liz, Maria, Angel, Waterskiing on the boat with Harry, Dud and Bruce, parties, food, yum. Great class time with Mr. Botelho and Mr. Mecurio. SUSAN M. KING 41 James St. 5-19-59 Sue Mr. T-band. No traje traje. G.C. 3-19-74 El y Yo " . . . Walking hand in hand with the one I love . . . " Rollerskating with Unca Brucey, Fri Nite house hoppin. R-CK; Pat, Rita, Linda. She thinks she ' s going out of her head! Thanksgiving 1975 Carleton, N.Y. Festivals, Rye 1976, Jr. Semi, LC JC Everything I own? Finch, I believe in you. LISA KING 37 Argyle Rd. 11-6-59 The Clan . . . M.V. Weekend . . . Gloucester . . . J. Geils . . . Earth, Wind Fire . . . the mountains . . . Summer of ' 75 . . . Michs . . . It ' s nothin ' but a house party . . . the parking lot . . . Hunty ' s . . . 4th of July Weekend. DEBORAH KING 138 Gardner St. 4-18-59 Debbie Jr. Yr. — sparks parties at 40H . . . Broad Squad . . . Bowie, Rod . . . L.A., C ' mon will ya? . . . Sum ' 76, Cape 7 4 76, " Toots " . . . Projects, BG, Ballgames, EC ' s party ... All nighter w Ginger . . . Frampton Concert . . . BV . . . mesc . . . Predicament w PM . . . Snuggles . . . Zep: Rain Song, Going to California . . . Long and Winding Road . . . KG . . . Blinded by the light . . . Coloring walls w PC . . . NFP. SUZANNE KINDER 178 Highland Ave. 10-26-76 Art class, discussion group, camping, ski weekends, car washes, splash! parties, piling into the old green stationwagon, the van, days at Hampton, Rollerskating, Woburn, Cambridge, Somerville, fellowship, Chelmsford, CBing, baseball games, cookouts, Framingham, and all the parties, Aerosmith, ' Tis the C.C. Season. Riding around. i LISA KINOSIAN LISA KING ELENA KILFOYLE 45 Mass. Ave. 11-24-59 Summer of ' 73 . . . Swifts . . . LA-Broad Squad . . . NFP . . . Cooks . . . Parties with Mesc . . . Kind of cold out huh . . . Who but the who . . . The Mountains . . . RTL-LTR . . . Wish I had another J . . . Jessie . . . ' 75 First period — hang it up . . . Project ' s Ball games . . . Smokin-Tongues ... ' 76 ch-ch- ch-ch-changes . . . Party . . . Bom to Run. THERESA KILDUFF 1428 Mass. Ave. 2-14-60 Terri Res under bridge . . . side door . . . April 19, ' 75, ' 76 . . . July 3, ' 76 green witches? . . . parties ... go away . . . CJ, AO ' N, PJ, DB, JB, KB, VB, PT, SR, . . . Sweet Leaf . . . Playing those mind games . . . pond . . . Lynnwood St . . . F.U.B.A.R. . . . Rubber Souls . . . Bink . . . Zoe . . . N.B. . . . money . . . People . . . LIFE . . . JOHN T. KIBIT 49 Vamum St. 2-24-59 CHARLES F. KEVENY 151 Washington St. 3-24- 59 Charlie Stratton . . . Tower . . . High School . . . My 80 ' s of- fice . . . Cumbies . . . Bemo . . . TuU . . . Fags . . . Ang . . . Pep . . . Rocks , . . Oil . . . Ed ... Lewk . . . Maddog . . . Ike . . . Jack . . . Gel . . . Ronny . . . Uncle Bob . . . Bonerack ... V. Football and Baseball . . . park fires . . . puke drills . . . NO! . . . No. 1 loser . . . tourney games . . . scorebox . . . Bill ' s Lounge . . . crusin and muchin out . . . small par- ties . . . " its been real. " THERESA KILDUFF SUZANNE KINDER JOHN KIBIT SUSAN KING DEBBIE KING ELENA KILFOYLE CHARLES KEVENY 93 CAROL KERR JOCELYN KENT JOCELYN M. KENT 60 Hillside Ave. 7-1-59 Joce L.C.P.M.S.B.C.C.N.M.N.M.S.K., Tennis, Basketball, Vol- leyball, pink cheeks. Be serious, G.T.M.F., You know it. Gotta love it. Blazing Trail . . . Funt, Drakes, Kitchen at 3:00, Skiing . . . Be a man!, Canada, E.W.F., Jr. Semi, Survival, B.S.P.K.T.L., “Watch Out! " What is . . . ?, Yes! CAROL KERR 19 Glenburn Rd. 9-24-59 Farm, Buttericks, Summer of ' 76, Maine, “Tips and Points. " . . . Bagged! David, “Freebie and the Bean? " , “1 was just won- dering ... " Harbor House. Charlie, you again! Proms “buddy Bums " DM, EG, DP, PM, DB, SJ, GF, BM, HM, “Friends We Are " Those Were the Days. STEPHEN KELLY 69 Webcowet Rd. 1-18-59 SummeP ' 76, Doc ' S Backyard 6-18-76 ... 1 LB Commercial, D.D. . . . Abadie . . . Breakers Joan And? . . . J.L., M.C., J.S., SCK . . . Cutlass, Copping, OZ ' s . . . H.O. Life . . . Lunches . . . Skip Days . . . Big Bambu, Feb. ' 76 Bagged by Marty . . . Zappa . . . Gym with Quig . . . Molsens . . . Columbo ' s Bad . . . Conning Lucie ... A. Bros . . . April ' 75 1 got Bagged . . . The Bong . . . Em ' s Place . . . Nothing But Gold Now. SUSAN LOUISE KELLY 22 Wilson Ave. 5-6-59 Sukie 57 (Paul) Summer St. Thorndike Hey Jo “Where ' s my Capri? " Embarrassing Moments: finding out the J.P. was a fake. Dawn, Loma, AU, Kathy, M.A. Aku-Aku Tiffs, Southern Comfort . . . a million tin soldiers will all fade away, but a dream goes on SUSAN KELLY forever. STEVEN KELLY LAUREL KELLY STEPHEN KELLY DAVID KELLY BRENDA M. KENNEY 40 Highland Ave. 12-15-58 Monty Python, “Beyond Cognito, " Ausrailia by car, Quebec, Cigar? Ce-gar-la! . . . Yearbook, Cotterisms (Animal Rationalis) Track (Mr. H ' s maybe list . . . Champange in the Locker Room) Field Hockey, Horseback-riding . . . Decorating the Locker Area, Building A (The Pit), Beloted! Accidentaly Touched . . . Feeding Ducks, Confetti, Opera in Harvard Square, Esplanade Card . . . Could she coo? ... So Whole- some . . . Pithy!! DAVID KELLY 117 Newport St. 8-24-59 Kell Mike Beaton ' s Cottage in New Hampshire . . . Sundays in Hampton, H R in Mike ' s car . . . Walking tracks . . . Mac- Donalds, Terry ' s V.W. . . . Drive Ins. LAUREL KELLY 4 Jean Rd. 6-25-59 Buslights, Fascination, S.H, P.L,P.L, Y. Amer, P.C. and the Gang, This is me. Sing the Blues . . . Ch-Ch-Changing to Face the S train! STEVEN KELLY 215 Sylvia St. 12-18-58 Kell Sundays at Hampton . . . Walking the Tracks . . . Dodging Trains H.R. in Mike ' s Car . . .MacDonald ' s. . .Ski- ing . . . “Where did you find the deep powder " . . . Walden Pond . . . F.O. . . . BurgerKing Crowns in Cody ' s Class . . . Drive Ins . . . CBing Mike ' s House . . . Subs . . . Senior Con- vention . . . Jane H. 94 KATHLEEN ANN KELLEY 38 Johnson Road 8-14-59 Kathy Majorettes . . . Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich ... 1 Love it! . . . Rudy, B.R, . . . Aku Aku ... no left fender . . . misty nights . . . Rowi . . . plastic bags . . . tango! . . . 2:45 a.m. . . . “P” is for party . . . Do ya wanna? . . . Lynne ' s car . . . D.S.J.F,D.O,L.K. . . . Life is a laugh so live as it comes it only comes once so enjoy it. MARGARET M. KELLEY 93 Sylvia St. 9-28-59 Margie Parties at LHS . . . 10-17-75, Mike, M M, orange Mustang, our spot, Freddie . . . Reading Sr. Prom, jr. semi-formal . . . Charles St., Between the lines . . . Bridgewater, Room 221 . . . Fresh and Naughty . . . Har, Penny, Cin, Clod, Kimbee, jean . . . Craftys . . . B.B. Concerts . . . lYLMNYTATBPOM PATRICIA KELLEY 38 Rawson Rd. 3-28-59 Tricia Banana, Fish, Cath, Greg, 3-15-74, Rod Stewart Concert, Jr, Semi-Formal, I.W.B.B.G., Artie, Mr. T., Maude, Dad, Flip, Eloise and Sydney, lunches with Steve, Heaven . . . Aaangel, Friday the 13th, " K, " " isn ' t that wild, " Revere Beach, Little Nahant, The River, V.A. Beach, Wonderland, Toms ' s Teams, " Someday never come, " My Sweet Lord. PATTI KEENAN 17 Revere St. 2-14-59 It ' s been a party, for sure! Good times — summer, bonds. Obie. Win. Melrose (Ralph). N.H., Lovell S.S. Mts. T.R. Hampton T Murph. New Years Eve, Terry! Cathy. Heather. Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, A dream wouldn ' t be a dream if it came true, right J.? Never happened. Say what? Rules and regulations, who needs ' em? Later! MICHAEL J. KEATLEY 11 Alton St. 8-19-59 Keats Michele . . . 8-5-76, 8-12-76 . . . New Hampshire, ' 67 Temptest, ' 65 khevelle, Mr. Dematteo, D.E.C.A., Special Thanks to Mr. Sandrelli, the Store, Town Paint, Buddy, Billy Saverese, Julie, Alton Bay, Lab, Lansdown St., Hollywood, M.C.I.L.Y. . . . Cowlovnes, S R, M.I.J.A.K.E., Mr. Mercurio, Michele number one. Drivers Ed., Lab ' s boat, Mikes G.T.O., Doug ' s Parties, The Duce. PATRICIA ANN KEATING 37-A Pine St. 8-4-59 Tricia Summer of ' 76, M.S., J.M., A.R., J.S., P.F., B.C., P.F., P.F., " Friends " , 4th of July, Semi-formal . . . W.W., Mac, High PATRICIA KELLEY KATHLEEN KELLEY MARGARET KELLEY PATTI KEENAN LYNNE KAPILIAN 26 Hawthorne Ave. 3-11-60 Summer ' 76 with M.G., P-town, . . . " Travares, " 0!C . . . future roommate. Won ' t forget L.F., Hello . . . Never can say Good-bye to Diane., Cynne Larter, Ma. J.G., J.H., C.P., M.B., K.K., Rowie, S.B., Scituate and M.F. at Spacies Parties, Av- erof!. Rainbow, Indian, L.I. A.B.O.P., Mmn ... I like it! MICHAEL KEATLEY : School, Senior Pep Rally, NO P.J., What, Wrong Number?, Press Box, Flour Beer, Shaving cream shower. Definitely, Beach Boys, Nahant, D.B., Senior Convention, Cars, L.A.C., sipping, I Grasshopper, no-regrets, " We ' ve Only Just Begun. " I DAVID KEATING 196 Spring St. 3-18-59 I V-Football, V-Hockey (Banquet Speeches) . . . Hampton, Uncle Tom ' s Cabin (Modified Suckling) . . . " Bagged " . . . " Catch a I B? " . . . E.J. Fleetwood Eagles (Van) . . . Old 8th Grade Parties . . . Acton Sheraton (Big Kid) . . . Carol, Freebie and the Bean, " You ' ve got 5 Mins. " !! . . . Maher ' s Market . . . Menotomy . . . Farm (Originals) SUSAN E. KEANE 46 Marathon St. 10-9-59 Sue Student Council, Cheering, The High School, Feb. vacation . . . Gel ' s car. Getting lost?. Esplanade, XYZ Affair, The Senior skit . . . Pajamas?, proms. The Hitman?, Keemo-sabi, Maria ' s apartment, Quick, hide it!. Going mental! V.W. stall- outs, Espanol, cracking up at Charlie, David, Maria, Judy, Karen, Chris, Denise . . . Friends are forever . . ., Thanks Mom Dad. PATRICIA KEATING DAVID KEATING SUSAN KEANE LYNNE KAPILIAN 95 JEAN JONES CAROLE JONES K LISA ANN KAHN 123 Palmer St. 5-02-59 Turtle Jr. Prom, the gang, Earth Science Field Trip, getting help in Math . . . thanks, all the parties in History, working in the Soph, thru Sen. offices, " Stairway to Heaven, " Duke and the Drivers Concert, Maria and Aerosmith, JoAnne ' s impressions, Grace ' s laugh, Diane ' s problems, school ring, gym classes climbing stairs, bells ringing. SHARON JORDAN 155 Forest St. 4-30-59 Remembers the good times with R.P., E.F., V.F., Trips to Cape Cod, the White Mountains, Godspell and New York City. A special thanks to Mrs. Carlson for 7th, 8th, and 9th grade the best teacher anyway. Will remember my senior year at Ar- lington and with all my love to Ricky ' 74 . . ' 75 the best time ever. MARGARET A. JONES 26 Sutherland Rd. 8-28-59 Peggy What is a friend? Jac-Jac, Jonesie, Terri, " D " , Anne, Paula, Vicki, and Karen . . . Paul McCartney and Wings, Res., Par- ties, Side door, April 19, ' 76 Fubar, Rag top, Mic, 7-16-6, Bob, " Duh " " Dappa " , Oh really? Say bye-bye . . . Bye-Bye!! Beach Boys, Aerosmith. JEAN JONES 289 Summer St. 7-07-58 Kidney Kid, Jeannie-Ja Summer of ' 74 . . . me JJP, . . . Poodle . . . Mrs. Sotnick . . . Job Training . . . Mrs. Loftus . . . needle crafts . . . P.A.N.H. . . . M.K. . . . TM . . . CB . . . CV . . . JJP CAROLE L. JONES 58 Yerxa Rd. 1-25-59 Side door, res; bridge, wall, burl.. What do you want to do? Jonesie, Terri, Jackie, DeDe, Karen, Paula . . . Vamp, Vicki Mike. April 19, ' 76. " Oh what a Night. " " Playing these mind games. " A.T.N.A. parties: Fubar . . . little Mic. ' s Green Witches? Beatles, driving; shopping, Vicki, Boston. Airport. " Colour My World " Say ByeBye . . . A RICHARD JENKINS LINDA JOHANSSON JUDY JEFFERSON KAREN A. JOHNSON 42 Everett St. 6-05-59 Kren C.B.T. ' 75- ' 76, The Crew, Australia, Indian bubbles!! that guy, 7-17-75, tttalking, " the best, " hello wall, aburrido, " zooks, " Summer ' 76, Little G. prayers. " There are places I ' ll remember All my life. Though some have changed. Some forever, not for better. Some have gone and some remain. All these places had their moments. " JUDY L. JEFFERSON 41 Yerxa Rd. 3-6-59 The years gone by, gymnastics, swim team ' 75- ' 76, co-captain ' 76- ' 77, skiing, G S, Oklahoma, Fiddler on the Roof, Hello Dolly, Drama Class, Interview, Festival ' 77, concert choir, cal- culus ha! chem, Mr. Cody, Oh really? ... Is that it? Where ' s your head at? Summer ' 76, camp, fun party. It was worth it, class of ' 77. RICHARD JENKINS 96 Park Ave. Ext. 4-15-59 Rick Buick, Charger, Crossing Wires in the Catalina, Smoking ' em up, a Dallin Bimbo, 180 up the Deuce, $100,000.00, Joe ' s house, the Fort, The Biscayne, the Skylark, live forever. LINDA JOHANSSON 8 Vista Circle 1-25-59 " Yesterday is already a dream. And tomorrow is but a vision; But today, well lived, makes every yesterday A dream of hap- piness, And every tomorrow a vision of hope. " Memories of friends and experiences: summers of ' 74, ' 75, ' 76; ' 74 Senior Prom: G S; helping in the library, A.V., and Jr. office; Calumet; Smile! 96 SUSAN L. JEAN 54 Candia St. 4-1-59 Mungies JV Varsity cheering . . . Camp WW . . . DB, AR, AW, DP, ' PM, GF, DM, EG, . . . Friends we are . . . Maine tips and points , . . How are ya . . . Summer of 76 CE . . , High School . . . parties . . . M SG . . . McDonald ' s . . . DQ . . . DBJ ' s . . , two ways , . . 10 Ft. . . . I ' ll settle . . . Un- forgettable times with Chris 6-17-76 . . . Just you ' n ' me CERISE JALELIAN 263 Park Ave. 8-28-59 " Reese " " Desiderata, " Wisdom and Moral Sense, Europe ' 72, A.O.E. Ken, The Farm, Beatles, " Stairway to Heaven, " Asbury Park, " Without You " M.G., Nick, Mike DeM - the dance. Brad, polite guys — the best. Times at Harry ' s, Rainbow, pet p. — phonies. This too shall pass. Tennis, Sr. Life, Library, Debat- ing, Music Dept., Fourth Estate, Yearbook . . . Trust me . . . To Life! I MICHEAL A. IOANNA 322 Forest St. 7-24-59 Ike Stratton, Tower, Rm. 304, J.Z. ' s Bash, Summer of ' 76, Farg ' s, ii Brian, Bemo, Gel, Ang, Jack, Stainglass, Ed, Tanner, Gooch, Ralph, John, Oil, Kevin, Ron . . . Three misses and a hit, T.A.W.L. . . . The Convertable Lemon, Party, Gooches Cadi, I St. Bowlerdome, Tourney ' s, tooch, Bemo ' s woods, H. Bash . . . 7-5-76 Tricia MARY ELIZABETH INGALLS 38 Windmill Lane 2-24- 60 Marybeth, " M.B. " Parties . . . The Corner, Skippin Thursdays, Breakfast in Har- vard Sq., Huh? Alco I, Art with Coop Fin, You know what I mean?, Johnny 10-28-74 " You ' re still the one, " I love ya. Mom and Dad — Thanks, " Somewhere over the Rainbow ... " SUSAN JEAN MICHAEL IOANNA CERISE JALELIAN MARY BETH INGALLS I I SADANOBU IKEMOTO 2 Ronald Road 3-22-59 Si, Ike I Cross Country, Indoor Track — 440, 800, Outdoor " Track — 440. ' Member of Mr. Mercurio ' s Debating Team. Volunteer Member of Robbins Tech. Dept. I enjoyed Ms. Hummer ' s English, Mr. I Kelley ' s History, and Dr. Arthur ' s History classes. ! BRENDA J. IGO 17 Walnut Court 11-20-58 Bren Lex, Sr. Prom, Jr. Prom, Beach Boy Concerts, Dedh am, N.L., ] J.S., J.G., P.C., M.C., " All by Myself " 3-6-76, Dan, the Quietest I 1st Night, Cruising and the M ' s, GTO and T-Bird . . . I Tangerine Fights, J.M. Sr. year. Summer ' 76, Provincetown, j Springfield, " I am I, " Stang drag, Sweet 17, 18, teardrops. JANE ICETON 70 Edmund Road 7-23-59 I. May, 1975 Camp Blazing Trails, Denmark, Maine . . . square ■ — dance, bonfire. Pleasant Mountain . . . March 5, 1976 Ar- lington beats Matignon 9-51! 1975-76 Basketball games, April I 1976 Florida . . . Student Aid, Nursery School. The Beatles, Beach Boys, If by Bread I PETER HUNT 13 Daniels St. 3-31-59 ! Remember Freshman lunch and the kids from Crosby Park. Good times at Thorndike Park. Pet Peeves. Homework and En- 1 glish. Remember the bridge. Grove Street Park, Hill ' s Hill, The ' Water Works, M.P., G.T., K.M., K.G., P.L., T.V., C.V., D.B., E.H., D.M. SADANOBU IKEMOTO JANE ICETON BRENDA IGO PETER HUNT SUSAN HORSMAN 206 Highland Ave. 11-19-59 Me ' n Paul 6-29-75 forever " Baby I Love Your Way " . . . Sum- mer of ' 75 . . . VW Bus . . . Chevy Van . . . Senior Prom ' 76, White Mountains . . . D.L. ' s closet . . . Smoking with Pam ' n ' Deedee . . . Bagged! . . . Greenfield . . . Topsfield Fair . . . The Lakes . . . Garbo . . . " Time in a Bottle " . . . " Spaced " . . . " Stoned Agin " . . . The Song Remains the Same, Led Zepplin. STEVEN HORSMAN 182 Washington St. 1-31-59 Super Summer ' 76, Chargers, softball. Parties at the farm, 8-29 . . . Desparado, The Eagles, ' 69 Runner, smoke ' em up, CB ' s . . . The first, cruisin. Drive-ins, Schlitz, grind ' em, Rt. 3, Hoc- key games. Tourneys at the Garden, Bill ' s Lounge, Def. Buz- zard, Don ' t have one, Raymond, No Bargain, Beth, Def. H H, Pitch ' en nickles, My 18th, It ' s been real. JESS HOLDER 89 Mass. Ave. 2 5-13-59 I ' ve enjoyed my stay in Massachusetts. This place is better than some. I wish y ' all tne best of luck in all the years to come. EDDIE HOGAN 16 Huntington Rd. 2-27-59 50 words aren ' t really enough to write about the past four years, but I ' ll give it a try. Schlitz, Miller, Spark ' Em, concerts, Aerosmith, Zepplin, and others, parties. Res, Stratton, sum- mer, tower, W.W., R.P., D.C., C.R., and most of all N.K. LORNA HISCOCK 27 Richfield Rd. 2-8-59 Party down! Thorndike, Summer ' 76, Jo, show me the way, Sukie, can 1 have a haul? Red, L.M. Predicaments, What A? Ashby, Tickin ' , S.S. stop! Parties up M.A. ' S, Spark ' em. N.P., That ' s cool, T.T.M. memories, good times are not to be forgot- ten but the best are yet to come . . . VIRGINIA HINDE 74 Rhinecliff St. 4-10-59 Ginger Summer ' 75 ' 76 . . . Danny 11-29-75 . . . Aerosmith and Beach Boys concerts . . . cruising and waterskiing . . . Partying under the bridge and on the tracks in N.H. . . . beach parties ' 76 . . . Only Sixteen . . . Junior Prom ' 76 . . . Janice . . . Carolyn . . . friends . . . Sparking ' em with Susan. JAMES HIBBARD 12 Philemon St. 10-25-59 Hibb March 25, 1976 . . . Rita . . . 1980 . . . Biscayne . . . Catalina . . . Corvair . . . M.F. . . . Winston . . . Cruisin in the Bis . . . Craig . . . Mrs. Hardy ' s class 1975-1976 . . . Hamels B.P. ... 68 Chevy . . . Summer of ' 76 . . . Beach Boys . . . Dotan SUSAN HORSMAN JESS HOLDER STEVEN HORSMAN EDWARD HOGAN LORNA HISCOCK VIRGINIA HINDE St. MICHELE ANN HERMLE 30 Lakehill Ave 7-22-59 Mitchelle, Shelly 2 survival minus 10, Camp B.T., J. Wise, workshops, St.J., 3 Mahoneys, Heidi, John Denver, Around Around, Looking for Space, Spring, Summer, " To live your life in your own way to reach the goals you have set for yourself . . . to be the you that you want to be . . . that is success. " JAMES HIBBARD MICHELE HERMLE 98 I; LAURIE HENRY 118 Rhinediff St. 6-13-59 I ' Kieth, 1-16-73, Cakes . . . Ill Summer of ' 76, Dennisport, i Night Waves, The Surry! Crazy Driver! New Year ' s Eve at [ Keith ' s! The Church Summer nights up the Farm, Senior Pep ' j Rally, Jr. Prom, Semi-formal, ST, CB, JT, MT, PW, BM, FHG.! j; Color My World. I MARYLOU HENNESSEY 63 Milton St. 10-22-59 Fin, ' 74, ' 75, ' 76, Mary, Remember the Grip, Mr. M., Mr. C. my 1 friend . . . the office . . . Loma Northwood . . . OB . . . tj Vegas Rm. K.K. Lauria . . . the J ' s . . . Sweet 16 . . . The is- j land . . . weekends . . . Here now . . . How do you figure it? t bump . . . Breakaway . . . Moon dance . . . Life is dog hair. 1 JANE HEGARTY 22 Crescent Hill Ave. 6-18-59 ! G.S. . . . Menotomy . . . Sailing . . . Mike . . . The Last j Waltz . . . The High School . . . Buttrick ' s . . . Don 11 . . .29 ... 74 Mrs. Bunny Majorettes Proms . . . Hampton Beach 90 below . . . Lockedout . . .Jr. Class Secretary . . . French Class . . . Jordan ' s . . . O.J.V. Green M M ' s Steven, Live for today. Dream of tomorrow. Learn from Yesterday . . . Thank you, Ma Dad, Friends are forever . . . I STEPHEN HEASLEY 18 Russel Terr. 4-13-59 Heas I Good times at the Projects East Arlington and Ridge St. . . . Party at Sticky ' s house ... 1 have to work now . . . Good times with P.M. . . . Southern I, Man . . . Harley Davidson Sportster . . . Someday Martha ' s Vineyard Cape Cod Summer of ' 76. CHERYL HEAD 37 Amherst St. 10-24-59 t Dennis 4-19-74, Jr. Semi-formal, Summer of ' 76 THOMAS L. HAZELTINE 26 Pine St. 6-13-59 Woval Wine, Purple Haze Mr. Galante ' s Machine Shop, Mr. Denat ' s Math Class, Grove St. Park, Ms. Miller ' s Algebra, Led ' Zeps " Friends, " Black dog. The way 1 chooze- Athol., Mass. ' 57 I Chevys, Saltine Cracker. Carol: 6-6-77, Char. W. I DAVID HAYES 39 Alpine St. 12-11-59 j ELIZABETH ANN HATINOGLOU 45 Beacon St. 4-10-59 Betsy 1 Nick 4-14-76; Ski Trip ' 76, Science Club, Doc ' s Class, Concert ! Choir, G.O.Y.A., Drive-ins, Dances, " 1 wanna go to Mac- Donald ' s " Jr. Semi W N.Y., Prom W N.B., " Color My World, " j Charmin Playdough, Summer of ' 75- ' 76, " Dreams do come true! " M.D., D.H., P.D., V.C., S.D., I.K., R.P., S.B., K.H. i ! I 1 i I CHERYL HEAD DAVID HAYES STEPHEN HEASLEY LAURIE HENRY JANE HEGARTY MARY HENNESSEY ELIZABETH HATINOGLOU 99 GARY HARTLING MARK HAROUTUNIAN KEVIN HART ARAM HAROUTUNIAN JANINE HART GARY C. HARTLING 12 Cornell St. 12-30-58 H.C.: " All My Life ' s A Circle, " To good times in summer of ' 76. September 1, annually at harts I.F., D.O.: G.H., L.M. Yes songs: " And You And 1, " Outwardbound: Hurricane Island. KEVIN J.M. HART 27 Milton St. 9-12-58 S.P.E. . . . Camp . . . J.M. . . . K.K A.M. . . . K.A.W. . . . Uncle Bebe . . . Bone Rack . . . A.B.C. . . . P.F. . . . D.M. . . . Mongo. Goofy . . . Hart Machine . . . Harassment from safety windows . . . Have you boys ever been arrested? . . . drinking in the pit and Basketball Rubber in front and back of School with B. . . . Good times in the cellar with Carol JANINE M. HART 27 Milton St. 8-2-59 Ms. Hummer . . . D.M. Central . . . TDH . . . Penny Stan, Cats ... FT Mobile 4-76 . . . Beach Boys, Chicago . . . Sci- tuate . . . 9-4-76, Crisco, Beanie Lewie, Harvard, Takes Three To Tango, . . . Quebec, Winter Carnival . . . " If " . . . Helene, Karen Suzanne . . . RKO . . . Mike Lou, the " Spa " " Twist " . . . Keeth . . . McDonald ' s . . . Esplanade, Bicentenial Beer . . . D.R. T.D. . . . H.R. 37 . . . French Classes . . . 11-28-76 Fritzie and Fluffy I VALERIE HARMON RICHARD HANSEN SUZANNE HARDING MARK HANNON MARK R. HAROUTUNIAN 15 Webcowet Rd. 10-12-59 Harry " Hula Land " ' 70 ' 72 . . . Party time in Summer of ' 75 . . . Switzerland in summer of ' 75, " Chicago, " " Aerosmith, " and " Yes " Concerts, V. Soccer, " The Card, " Buttrick ' s, . . . what a waste! Tourney Games, F F Spaceshots, You lazy Greek! ARAM E. HAROUTUNIAN 37 Huntington Rd. 4-13-59 Rab Lookout! Nubby, Fitzy, Bith ' em, Ike ' em, Tony, Hoss, Bags, Charlie, Chris, Spaz, Bobo, Mitch, Cusie, and Paul Jr. . . . Beak — Shiek of the Burning Sands! Twang, Free ice. High School, Soph-football, N Y. Eve ' 75- ' 76 decent, Cube-Steaked, No Check Bums, Lockes, Torino . . . pbct, aaht! Nahant, Mar- riot, Wonerful! Pressbox, Tourneys, Lounge . . . 5-14-76 . . . It ' s been real. VALERIE HARMON 19 Palmer St. 4-18-59 John 9-27-75 at the midnight hour 4th July weekend . . . Sum- mer of ' 76. Senior year, time to go. Some day the country . . . But maybe Arizona SUZANNE A. HARDING 108 Wright St. 11-30-59 York Beach Summer ' 76 . . . Concerts . . . Survival . . . L.A. . . . lunchbuzz . . . L.K. . . . Still crazy after all these years . . . changes . . . laughing fits ... Jr. Art . . . D.C. . . . " There are no right people . . . " Slimy . . . Copley disco party . . . " It ' s raining! " . . . Jan ' s apartment . . . Buslights . . . " Now what? " . . . AOE . . . Stars . . . Time seems to be going . . . remember the time . . . RICHARD J. HANSEN 49 Grafton St. 5-6-59 Real friends are most important in good times and bad . . . Route 1 Squand C especially Revere . . . Harvard late at night . . . Camping at Salisbury . . . 1964 Dodge and 1972 Deman 340 . . . April and May 1976 . . . Filichia ' s English . . . Feldman ' s Law ... Sc and Miller MARK C. HANNON 72 Bay State Road 2-5-59 The Wall . . . Butch ' s House . . . Cold Nights on the Tracks . . . Party ' s at Candy ' s . . . Bonnie ' s . . . Nuggy sings the Blues . . . KMP . . . Clyde . . . SDS . . . Halloween ' 74 . . . Quebec . . . New Years ' 76 . . . Aerosmith R1 ' 76 ... Jr. Prom? . . . Southern Pig . . . Bicentennial Buddies . . . Knic- kerson . . . small party . . . chase scenes . . . Green Death . . . Inn ' s . . . Beth ' s House . . . good Times with good Friends 100 DAWN MARIE HALLOWELL 54 Rawson Rd. 11-20-59 Dawn is a girl who is quiet and shy, but no matter what she chooses, with her disposition, she ' ll get by! JOEL HALL 10 Yerxa Rd. 6-22-59 Well, I just had to laugh! . , . Nothing is real, nothing to get hung up about . . . Misunderstanding all you see . . . Listen to the Music Playing in your Head . . . Goodbye, A.H.S. — I love it, but I ' ll leave it! KRISTEN ARLENE HAINES 70 Lake St. 1-19-59 Blue Moose and Appendicitis . . . Survival was cool! . . . Be- loted and Cotterized . . . " It ' s up to you " . . . Herbeena! . . . Locker decorating . . . Open mouth, insert foot . . . Acting crazy . . . Laughing a lot . . . Kreeeestan! . . . " May I say that I have loved me one or two of the people in my past ... I still love those good times gone by . . . " SUZANNE L. HAHN 32 Coolidge Rd. 11-21-59 D.S.A. . . . Dorothy . . .!, Mawee, Soohan, Soo . . . ' oz ' . . . omni . . . coke adds life . . . show me the way to go home . . . Southern comfort . . . Rowdy! Killer Elite . . . George Carlin . . . Boomtown . . . " Look at the guy on the Flagpole " . . . Fenway Bleecher bums . . . Esther at Walden ... 9? 11? 15? . . . pocket net . . . (hee hee hee) . . . JOHN HAGGERTY 75 Woodside Lane 4-23-76 Hag Partying, Michelob. KKK . . . Best night, WHB 5-22-76, BB cured for life. THWTSTTOYC. D.B ' s parties. AKU . . . Smok- ing Tree. Memorial Weekend . . . Hampton Beach, Phil ' s Trip, Oops the Wall . . . NH. S ' t yah, Hellyah, and Stoneham. The best time with good Friends like B.O. 442. Harley Davidson . . . Destination MG to LA . . . I ' m outta here. MARGUERITE GUARINO 15 Hancock St. 7-21-59 Peggy Kenny 12-28-74 the good times. The Orange Bomber, The par- ties. Weekends. Summers of ' 75 and ' 76. The Proms. Always remember S.D., C.C., Mr. C., Mr. Merc, and Mr. Trev. Sym- mes. Ambitions are going to school and to become something in the legal field. Always remember Christal, the time you got lost at the dance. DAWN HALLOWELL KRISTEN HAINES JOEL HALL SUZANNE HAHN CHARLES E. GUARENTE 27 Radcliffe Rd. 9-14-59 Charlie Summers at the Cape, Summer of ' 74, Remember Dillon ' s His- tory Class, The Back Stairs, The Lakes, Good Times with M.D., L.C., I.H., R.A., B.G. Commin ' s Class — " Bobby " Work Study I ' m Gone! DIANE GROSS 4 Wollaston Ave. 5-14-59 giraffe power . . . K-6 . . . Igor . . . California Surf . . . Mandy and Brandy . . . K.S. . . . Boofa . . . October 1st . . . The Six Stoogers . . . Long Laughs . . . Fun City U.S.A. . . . Animal . . . Light Blue . . . Pro Gob ... I don ' t get it . . . Seals and Crofts . . . S.A.B.O. . . . Coach . . . Tards . . . 20bucks . . . Rainy Day Nahant . . . Doughnuts . . . Short Sassy . . . 1920 ' s . . . Why me? ... 2 Florida . . . What next? CYNTHIA GRONDIN 107 Bow St. 2-11-58 LYGIA GRIGORIS 370 Park Ave. 8-3-59 Lee Spain . . . Jewish mothers . . . flying buses . . . Harvard Sq. Operas . . . Dr. Arthur . . . February in Nassau . . . late art assignments . . . Greek dances . . . Trips to Australia . . . job- lessness . . . Champion Locker Leaner . . . piano practice . . . Strange parties . . . car chasers . . . getting my license . . . Cotterisms . . . gym classes . . . coor- dination . . . pithy sayings . . . hobbits . . . " Stairway to Heaven " . . . weird peo- ple have more fun. CHARLES GUARENTE JOHN HAGGERTY DIANE GROSS MARGUERITE GUARINO LYGIA GRIGORIS 101 CATHERINE GREGOR MARY GREEN BRIAN GREENER ERIN GRAYDON CATHY GREGOR 11 King St. 3-22-59 Happiness is getting out of A.H.S. . . . Parties in school . . . Jr, Sr. year . . . doin T . . . Summer of ' 76 . . . Scituate. Our own cottage . . . D.G. J.S. . . . The Cape . . . drinking the beers every night . . . Private stock . . . Old Betsy Jr . . . get- ting lost . . . We finally made it out. D.C. J.S. P.P. L.M. . . . I ' ll see ya . . . BRIAN GREENER 455 Summer St. 12-19-59 MARY GREEN 33 Piedmont St. 4-24-59 Remember what I said, Stella? ... Be happy E.A. Don ' t forget ' 77 C.D. and C.P. from beginning to end . . . M.R. Wouldn ' t forget you ... V and G with L. It ' s been a long time . . . Pinky from ancient times. R.B. It ' s been Real . . . Couldn ' t do it all myself . . . Maybe Now. ERIN MARIE GRAYDON 815 Concord Turnpike 10-29-59 Farm times. High School, Summer of ' 74-D Washington D.C. . . . Bagged. " Friends We Are " . . , C.K., D.M., D.P., D.B., P.M., S.J., G.F., G.G., B.M., H.M., prom NMHNH . . . D, A, Maine " Tips Points, " HBPB . . . Rick . . . Ki? How do you feel! wof, B Boys, Dick Hey, Bear!, " Those were the days " Sco-ed PJP. KAREN GOULD KENNETH GOODWIN JOHN GOTSELL TERENCE GOODHUE KAREN GOULD 58 Summit St. 4-29-59 Mountains, Down the dam, Rex, Summer. D.S., S.O ' B. S.J. L.F. D.D. H.A. Cape ' 76, Prom ' 76, A Trip to Whites, Smitty ' s Block Party. The nite after the 13th. Bagged up Locke. JOHN GOTSELL 91 Egerton Rd. 11-24-59 Gut Goose . . . Propa . . . Ganda . . . Tex, Spaz . . . Hardy . . . Park . . . The Manor . . . Legal . . . Seafood . . . S.D.S. . . . P.A.C. . . . All Nighters . . . Small Party . . . New Year ' s ' 76 . . . Pete ' s . . . Attic . . . Lounge . . . Buddy ' s ... 72 Oz. Club . . . Aerosmith . . . Rhode Island . . . The Inns . . . Loris . . . Deli . . . First Period . . . Pits . . . Plm . . . Krow . . . Mmmpeega. Mammys. Back. In. Town Sooo Appy. KENNETH GOODWIN 77 Brattle St. 7-19-59 TERENCE E. GOODHUE 52 Pine Ridge Rd. 12-15-58 Terry V. Soccer Co-Capt. . . . Student Council Treasurer ' 76 . . . Se- nior Lounge, counting ballots . . . Senior Class Treasurer . . . Campaigning, convention. Van Man, CB ' en, Hampton . . . Tourney Times . . . Parties, Drive-in, S.D.Kid . . . Four great yrs . . . V.W., good car . . . J.M.C. 102 DEAN GLINES A A. PAMELA GIURLEO DEAN FERRIS GLINES 71 Park St. 7-1-59 Four years as head p ercussionist of AHS Music Dept . . . Bos- ton Festival Orchestra . . . Massachusetts Youth Wind Ensem- ble . . . tour of Russia . . . Byson . . . Six year marching band member . . , N.EI. brew ride “Good times " . . . Quigley ' s golden Greek . . . Fou man Chou J.C. said to shave it. PAMELA GIURLEO 259 Ridge St. 3-19-59 Pam “Stairway to Heaven " . . . Frampton . . . Johnny Angel . . . long talks, close friends . . . Deedee, Lena, Denise, Brenda, Susan . . . Spaceshot . . . Smokin ' with Susan . . . Nahant . . . glass doors at McDonald ' s . . . J.P. ' s party . . . Vans . . . “Summer of ' 75, JA " . . . Lexington D.P.W. . . . K.F.C. . . . Dirve-Ins . . . What a Freak! . . . “Miracles” . . . Herman ' s Button. MICHEAL GIUNTA 222 Gray St. 8-23-59 Gents Fresh, Soph, J.V., V. Basketball ... V Golf Team But what do you shoot? ... V Cheering squad How come you ' re hoarse? . . . Hockey games at Garden . . . B.C.C. . . . Party with Marty . . . C B . . . Tails . . . Tourney games . . . ' 77. JOYCE GILMAN 8 Hadley Ct. 6-14-59 Gil, Little Girl A great four years . . . Kim Lyne, 2 Jean, 2 Lisa, Janet, Diane, Laurie, Cathy . . . Gil, Little girl. Double dates. Disappoint- ment, Caf, Rides to school. Broken Friendships and new found friends, smoking x max drinking . . . Sebago, Me. Gossip . . . Brigham ' s; scab wages: Drive-ins with the girls . . . Maybe Someone new . . . Hisssss . . . Driving? . . . Jocks. JAMES PHILIP GILMAN 8 Hadley Ct. 12-2-57 LOUIS GILLIS 21 Mayflower Rd. 12-30-58 PAULA GILLIGAN 32 Fox Meadow Ln. 3-26-59 Stratton, Tower, hs, students council, jr. vp, jr. semi:prom, in- oyas. Bozo, Bear, Soap Opera, Annabelle, pits. Whoa baby, Lexington Green, es, pressbox. Pear, Christmas is coming, g.c, Joe, Eileen, Trish, DGJL, Bemo, Steven, SG, JT, JD, JZ, CK, ET, KM, RP, Ml, DL, RV, BD ... — Thanks, everyone, for great times! WILLIAM A. GIBBS 4 Summit Ave., Wakefield 4-6-58 Bill Bom in Arlington at Symmes Hospital. I grew up in Wakefield. I am going to a two-year trade school after graduation because I am interested in mechanical work. i PAULA GILLIGAN WILLIAM GIBBS MICHAEL GIUNTA JOYCE GILMAN LOUIS GILLIS JAMES GILMAN 103 JOHN GIANNOPOULOS GERALYN GIANATIEMPO G WILLIAM GENDRON BEVERLY GATES GEORGIA GIANNOPOULOS CAROL GEORGE JOHN GIANNOPOULOS 76 Highland Ave. 7-15-58 Geo Fresh Football . . . Cody ' s brown apple . . . V-football . . . liners, 320 ' s J.V. hoop . . . Tourney games " go nuts " . . . S.J.? . . . Estabahn . . . Porky . . . Doals . . . Maddoy . . . Chris, Goya Basketball . . . Greek Dances, dent many cars . . . July 4th week down the Cape, " Look Out. " GEORGIA GIANNOPOULOS 76 Highland Ave. 8-8-59 Little Geo Finn . . . Class ' 75 G.F.? . . . H.P.L. . . . Buttrick ' s . . . Greek Class . . . Mr. Mac . . . Katie . . . Brad . . . Demarka! J.V. Cheerleading — Pressed my luck! Maria . . . Heart belongs to Monza! Lost Summer ' 76 . . . Estaban . . . Sue, how do ya feel? Pep Rallies . . . Press Box . . . Should we or shouldn ' t we? Deb ' s Car . . . A.H.S. — what memories! GERALYN GIANATIEMPO 58 Brooks Ave. 1-10-59 Tres. Teacher Inc., Italian Club; Guidance office bunch, and the only one I can ever find, Mr. D ' Antona, Data Processing with Mr. Lane ' s flow charts. Accounting I with Mr. Leone and aU the good times . . . the Class of ' 77. DR, JM, CN, To the best homeroom teacher, Mr. Betlo, Off to Bentley. CAROL GEORGE 11 Farmer Rd. 10-26-58 STEVEN GELDART BILL GENDRON 57 Dudley St. 1-11-59 Bill Partying out back. Schlitz, Being chased by house masters, auto shop, partying with my buddies, my chick Renee. Party on to all Rats, the Rumble in Woburn . Mr. Foisy ' s English class. High school What a joke, my Leather Jacket. STEVEN G. GELDART 34 Lansdowne Rd. 4-12-59 Gel Stratton, Tower, High School, Thrifty ' s, Maine, 304, Press box, Maco ' s, The Backroads of Farago, gomap. Beach Boys with Fargs and Kinz, puke-drills, Breski ' s, Bull chattin Heh, Who- Hash, Buddy . . . Where ' s Bemo? . . . Football, Doobug, Pep, Gooch, Ang, Leuk, Ed, Chuck, Oil, A-tube, Crastos, Ike, Foamy — how we loved ya . . . 3-21-74 J.W. BEVERLY GATES 6 Harvard St. 3-19-59 The Gang, the rink, parties, rubbish picker . . . sleeping over Linda ' s, the West, bending the Ol ' elbow . . . decorating Lin- da ' s porch. Haunted House, " Don ' t trip over the bobwired fence! " . Beach Boys . . . " Good Vibrations! " , P.B., Tippsiturv, 13, the Dam, Joy, Westwood, Eileen, fishin the sink, and " That ' s All! " DIANA I. GARCIA 134 Broadway 9-27-59 2 V 4 yrs. in Mass . . . Super summer of ' 76 in Germany . . . Gigglebox Ester and Dean Martant . . . Professor . . . Project Maine . . . Freezing on Pleasant Mt. . . . Beatles . . . Sweet . . . Terrible Term Papers . . . A. T. History . . . Trick or Treat . . . Klasse. DIANA GARCIA 104 FRANK GANGI 28 Everett St. 5-22-59 " Ganng " Look Out! Nubby, Farm, High School M.P. of M.C., Elton, C.B., Midget AA Cruisin ' n ' Boozn ' Cutlass 455, Small Party, Vermont Bichem, Tony, Milkyways, The Nights Up Camp, 8-Tracks, J.V. Hockey, MacDonald ' s, Radio Shack, Fitz, Roy, Packy runs. Geo, Terry, Marky Disco, Varsity Drinking Team, Manor, What a Face! ROBERT GAMEZ 34 Teel St. 9-29-58 Gome Harvard Harvard, A Kingdom for an Egg, Immortal ' 66 Ramble, the Harvard Club, ' 53 Chevy, ' 68 Bird . . . Josephone Forever. MARCELLE GALLUZZO 76 Decatur St. 12-7-59 Marcie Freshman year: Sophomore Beach Party . . . Fin ' s Art Classes . . . Summers ' 74 ' 76 . . . N.U.C.S.P.T.D. . . . Letters: LD2JG . . . R:L.M., J:J.M. . . . Raggedy Ann . . . Trev . . . Friends . . . Kingston . . . They must think we ' re crazy! . . . Diane, we did it again . . . Gin, Gin, Gingerale . . . laugh . . . Live free or die . . . Stairway to Heaven . . . " Truth is the flame we must bum " . . . Elton John JANET GALLIGANI 48 Epping St. 7-24-59 Spacey Scituate . . . Junior Party . . . June 18 . . . Feeling Fine . . . LK and me . . . Belote ' s class . . . London fog Averof . . . Lynne ' s car . . . two black eyes . . . Harvard Sq. . . . Inhail- ing Summer of ' 76 . . . Scituate Kids . . . Pitts . . . Clownsuits Crying . . . Labor Day . . . Maureen . . . Miss it . . . LK., DO., LC., LF., KK., PM., BL, JG., Friends Forever. Beach Boys, Shea Girls . . . Brighams. JANET GALLIGANI INIIII F FRANK GANGI MARCELLE GALLUZZO ROBERT GAMEZ PAUL GALLAGHER 6 Oakland Ave. 2-7-58 MARCIA GALLAGHER 9 Putman Rd. 10-17-59 Fog, Bike Path, Maynard Party Spots., KMP., Parties at Pand B ' s., C.R ' s, Bees, Cold brs. Beauties, Tic, spark ' em, bone, be- ans, Gas Stations, " He-e-ey, " J. Geils., Alice 8-22-76 9-18 9-19 ( ' 76) bagged, BicntI buddies — beach.. New York Parties, nita ' s. Sunrise LcK, " Definitely, " U-Haul, ' mm-Peeegh, " Beef, Coppin ' rides. THEODORE GALANOPOULOS 10 Fairmont St. 11-12-59 Ted Athens, Greece, Framingham, Freshman, Arlington High School, sophomore, basket-ball, football vs Somerville, parties, Tom, John, summer. Cape-cod Provincetown, Hyannis, Green- field, Junior, Hockey tourney Celtics vs Buffalo; work, basket- ball games, summer work. GEORGE FUSCO 869 Massachusetts Ave. Fuse W-W-W-WELL, THAT ' S ALL FOLKS! PAUL GALLAGHER MARCIA GALLAGHER GEORGE FUSCO THEO GALANOPOULOS 105 WILLIAM FRIECE JANICE FRENI WARREN FRENCH MARIE FRANZOSA WILLIAM FRIECE 15 Memorial Way 1-16-59 Plum Island . . . Partying at The Pond, Sefnars and Turkey Hill, War at St. Eulalea ' s, Bagged at Appleton St. concert . . . cruisin . . . Michelob . . . carpentry . . . ' 66 Chevy and my 350 Duster . . . Filichial crazy English . . . Camping in N.H. D.S. A.S. A.B. and Lois 2-15-75 " Neither Jock nor Rat " JANICE FRENI 37 Harlow St. 8-2-59 Good times with Paula, Tony O. Concert, The Turk, Doc Joe, Baby Blue, Andrae, Corcoran ' s Crew C.B. E.F. ' s wedding, Sandy ' s Alfa, Sweet 16 at Dave Dolly ' s, Ginger, Cruisin, Mr. Russell ' s History Class, Mr. Leone . . . Tommy who?. Beach Boys, North End, Summer of ' 76, T.D. . . . 9-10-76 Sicily. WARREN J. FRENCH 11 Day St. 1-26-59 French!, Aquarious Years gone by Beach Boys Chicago Jr. prom Sharon, Jocelyn, Judy Mrs. C. The Camera man " The missing lock " survival BRADLEY FRANCKUM A.O.E. Janice. F THOMAS FRANEY PATRICIA FOLEY MARK FORESTA DAVID FOLEY MARIA FRANZOSA 231 Wachusett Ave. 11-21-59 Canada, OZ, Dorothy . . .!, Soohan, Suuu . . . tug, tug, 10? 13? 15? He wants to be a star, Dewey ' s ants. Where ' s my net? Fenway Bleacher bums, " Show me the way to go home, " Coke adds life. Locker 112, Omni! Country Comfort, " Everybody knows this is nowhere " Neil Young. THOMAS FRANEY 24 Windsor St. 11-14-58 Bif The Stang, Deli, Rick Kev, York M.E. ' 76, The Goldenrod, Kittery Point, D.O.B. Tom do me a favor, Aug. 26, Bobby Mark, Weekend in York. BRAD FRANCKUM III 25 Water St. 12-10-59 J.C. N.S.P.S. . . . Molson Golden . . . Nashoba . . . ' 76 . . . Sat- urday Night Live . . . Spy . . . Bye for out. MARK FORESTA 98 Alpine St. 7-28-59 pbmbcdpjj . . . jrjlab . . . The Covair . . . Catalina 400 . . . The cookout of Rockland . . . Hibbard ' s Biscayne . . . Just like you read about . . . Smoke em up . . . Skiing Cohasset Harbor ' 76 . . . Ms. Burt ' s English . . . Auto Shop . . . Trev. . . Cruisin ' Nantasket Parking Lot . . . Who concert ' 76 . . . The rat — WiUie Alexander, It ' s a boat . . . Joke! The Store . . . PATRICIA A. FOLEY 24 Twin Circle Dr. 3-19-59 Patsy Joan, Brenda, June, Tricia, Patty, Peggy, Andy, Marilyn . . . Maine, Fryes, Fires — all nighters, killer — I ' m dead, A.S. . . . Summer of ' 76 . . . The Cape . . . Gringos . . . Picnics . . . Toro-Dunes, The Drive-ins, DBJ-Hydrox . . . Beach Boys Con- cert ... Jr. Year, I.D.T.S., b-ball, skiing, basketball games . . .Pep. DAVID FOLEY 101 Franklin St. 7-24-59 Fred Gallucci ' s Gulf, S.P., G.P., D.M., P.P., P.I., S.A., J.K., S.C., R.G., B.M., J.F., P.B., Coffee Time, " Schlitz " " Spark em up, " Get in the truck. Check em out. Heads, ' 69 Chevelle, Isn ' t that wild. Pet peeves: J.B. Budweiser English Machine Gen- eral Shop. 106 STEPHANIE EGBERT 77 Wollaston Ave. 12-21-59 Hermande ' s Hideaway . , . The res . . . hoofin ' D.C. ... all the unforgettable times down the Cape . . . Onset . . . Sum- mer of ' 76, lasting friendships . . . Temptation Eyes ... to see D.R. on a rainy night with the girls . . . friends Til always get by . . . igo ' s . . . SHERRIE FLOYD 11 Lowell St. Place 4-11-58 Freshman lunch. Tripping on the stairs. Mountains, Sebago, Falmouth, ' 76 graduation, Jane West, chicken fights, tower, Honds, Summer St., " the Res " Locks, Block parties, Flippa, G.C., Mr. D ' Antona, Fin, D.H., 4-D, Herandie ' s Hideway, T.H.C., purple mesc. Igo ' s, Boofin, stuck in a locker, G.M. Hill- top, Ga-a-a, Donna Smith ' s house. JACKIE FLOYD 11 Lowell St. Place 2-15-59 Partying in school. The woods, the Res, the outlet, block par- ties, windowpane, red gold, all the brocolies, working in Foods class, tic. Jumping Jack Flash, Cathy, Senior Convention, Graduation, Hampton. LYNN ANN FITZSIMMONS 27 Tomahawk Rd. 11-9-59 The bus. Swim team, Co-Captain, Mr. Toz, the man, toad, lemonade, Fraggie, California, Pizza, Watermelon, Donald Duck, Monkey, party. Beach Boys, Cape Cod, driving, Chicago, I Practice Watch it! having fun, good times, repeat, Mr. Burns !| soph. Algebra class, choc, chip cookies. Good luck class of ' 77. !| JAMES FITZPATRICK 5 Finley St. 3-16-59 si STEPHANIE EGBERT JOHN FLOYD SHERRI FLOYD LYNN FITZSIMMONS f KAREN FITZGERALD 139 Thorndike St. 11-3-59 j Eagles Concert . . . Frankie, we came this way . . . good times with L.W., S.B., N.P., R.C., F.D., D.D., B.C., -13 . . . Summer I of ' 76. MAE T. FISCHER 104 Franklin St. 10-12-58 i jr. Semi-Formal . . . cruizing . . . Ann, Tricia, Cathy, M.J.B., J.M.B., D.F., J.F., J.F., . . . Cape, Mrs. Loftus class, sophomore locker! WCC. Baked, " Oink " . . . Isn ' t that wild? AKY salad, j Mustang, Panti, Revere, Nahant, VA. Beach . . . Que Pasa? ' " K. " No more looking Back. " 8th grade . . . JAMES FISCHER 104 Franklin St. 10-12-58 The Cat I GaUycci ' s Gang, D M., D.F., G.P., S.P., J.K., S.C., G.G., R.G., E.G., B.M., P.P., S.A., P.I., . . .What time is it . . . ' 69 Chevelle . . . Hypophil . . . New Eng. Dragway . . . Ron and Remo . . . Fred ' s truck . . . S.O.M.F. . . . Give me a break . . . Heads . . . Funny cars under the stars . . . J;M;J; . . . Miller . . . Pet Peeves . . . Budweiser . . . Eng . . . Petes. RUSSELL FIORE 58 Mott St. 7-13-59 Rabs Ms. Fitz . . . Bird . . . Dis- eased . . . Animals . . . Take a Walk . . . Rummy . . . Dirt . . . Wolves . . . Phil Bill. Burt . . . Mai ' s Kitchen . . . Summer of ' 75. ' 76 . . . Fitzy. Feet . . . Doc- tor . . . Fishnets . . . Wayne . . . Spence . . . Cesar, Dave . . . Noogie . . . Bat . . . Mother . . . Kitty . . . Rabs . . . Trev . . . Fin . . . Ottuf . . . Ladies . . . Rut- land . . . See this record? . . . Cheerleader. MAE FISCHER KAREN FITZGERALD RUSSELL FIORE JAMES FITZPATRICK JAMES FISCHER 107 LINDA FINLAYSON CINDY FERRY GIGI FIORVANTI 3 Lome Rd. 6-24-59 Summer of ' 76. D.B., LA. growing up. Cheering camp, George . . . Bagged! Rooster, Friends we are! ButtricK s, high school. Bleachers R. C. Pam ' s car, C.B.T., Can you hack this? Deb, Karen, Pam, Denise, Sue, How do you feel? Q.T. Mocha chip I.C., Tune in fog. Telephone pole? PATRICIA A. FINNERTY 32 Browning Rd. 12-30-59 Patty " Good times are the best, " Press box, shaving cream, paint. Friends Forever; June, B.B., Tricia, D.B., Joan, Pasty-face, Tonto, Brenda, The Lone Ranger, Andi, Marilyn, Jr. Sr. years, Mac ' s Cape? Senior Pep Rally, No P.J. ' s! Wrong number. Dunes, Picnics, high school. LINDA FINLAYSON 53 Nicod St. 4-17-59 Finn Good times down the Rez, HB — 29, Bab-), GLD III, episodes, block parties, T.H.C. at E.W., Sebago Lake, Weekends up the Mts., Sr. Prom of ' 76, Skiing to the party, the Cape, my plans. Summer St., Do you know where you ' re going to ... in the rain? She Quit! Freshman Lunch, To the Hilltop in a Limo, That ' s All! F I MICHAEL FASANELLI 1 i J PATRICIA FEELEY MARIANNE FEROLA CATHERINE FERRANTE 118 Webster St. 6-28-60 Double Promotion, Deer Island, Back seat of the Camaro, Hampton in the rain, permit 8-27-76, Carnegie Institute, Ar- lington High: What was then a future is now a memory CINDY FERRY 67 Sutherland Rd. 9-9-59 Robert, the drive-in and Chinese food, the gem, Charlie ' s spe- cial . . . Summer of ' 75, Maine and little Mich ' s, Mount Monadnock, Vermont and skiing, C.S.N. and Y. " Guinivere, " " Shinin Star. " Picnics on the hood . . . Sam and Mantha, it never turns out. Porkamann and Chandra puppies. MARIANNE FEROLA 24 Lake St. 9-10-58 Mae Cold nights down L.A. and Cooks Hollow, Broad Squad . . . D.S. Forever 4-14-74 . . . Summer of ' 73 P.C. and Purple Dots. N.F.P. Young hearts run free . . . L.T.D. KATHLEEN ANN FERGUSON 11 Westminster Ave. 2-17-59 VERONICA FEMIA 588 Summer St. 9-24-59 VERONICA FEMIA PATRICIA A. FEELEY 252 Park Ave. 12-31-59 Patte Sticks . . . Cheering . . . Schroon Lake . . . Georgebagged . . . Finn . . . Mutt Jeff ... " I smoke for taste " . . . I ' m impressed . . . This much . . . Choc. Chip time . . . 6-19-76 . . . Goofy . . . Eagles-Fleetwood Mac . . . decent . . . Mid- night Party . . . Tails at 7 . . . P V . . . Lost Scholl Sandals . . . Kathy, Jules, Chrysa, Cindi . . . " Feet " B.R. . . . Press Box . . . Lemonade . . . " the accident. " MICHAEL FASANELLI 41 Overlook Rd. 1-29-60 108 LOUIE FARINA 47 Fairmont St. 9-1-59 Fender, Gibson . . . Party . . . Music Kurt ' s bar and lounge . . . Led Zep, Millee Bridge. I ' m glad I ' m out. B.L. Pat ' s Hibbit . . . U.F.N.A. Hole. SUSAN M. FARESE 15 Menotomy Rd. 4-7-59 Walden Pond, 10? 13? 15? Show me the way to go home, Dorothy . . . ! SooHan, MaWee. Summer in the bleachers. Omni! Hee, Hee, Hee ... A star is bom. Art room. Coke adds life. Sr. Locker, good night, Dewey; good night, Rick; good night. Bill . . . Country Comfort, " oz " Nothing Gold Can Stay. STEVEN M. FARAGO 15 Lorraine Terrace 10-22-59 Fargs Shave it, Doo-Bug. Stratton . . . Bemo, Brian, John, Ang, Lewk, Ed, Charlie, Gel, Ike, Ralph, Joe, Kevin, " Diane, " Paula, Eileen, Trish, Gail. Rm. 304. The " Tower " . . . small view, the farm ... eh it ' s all right! Gel and Val decent concert! Christ- mas Eve ' 76. " Where ' s Bemo " . . . gone again. " OG ' s, " Mich ' s, T.L.W. Xifa MARIA FANTASIA 122 Spy Pond Parkway 7-20-60 Fanta M M M M . . . Big Ragu; Little Jew; Chic . . . Yea Right; Music . . . Aerosmith — Get the lead out; Queen — You ' re my best friend; T-Bird . . . Silver Vet; Italiano 1 11; the best; excellent . . . What a hot ticket! The past is gone forever but the memories linger on . . . PAUL FANNING 57 Yerxa Rd. 6-22-59 JULIE ANN FALLON 36 Florence Ave. 1-26-59 Spain, Holland, Provincetown, traveling to see the sights. One week friendships can last to eternity. Boston, top of the Pru, Shirley Temple ' s and pretzels. Summer with J.L. trying for a tan . . . Camp Allen ' 76 real people " the shadows from the star- light are softer than a lullabye. " Hows about it? . . . Wade. LISA FAIOLA 15 Ivy Cir. 11-20-59 1971 . . . 1976. Hampton with the Camaff ' s (L.C., D.O.C., Lil LOUIS FARINA STEVEN FARAGO SUSAN FARESE I MARIA FANTASIA Kapil, Gil., K.K., Rowi, Ma, G.R., M.L., M.V., M.W., K.P.) Drop Dead, Captain Jackson, Liabop, " Mmm I like it. " Track (P.K., M.P., C.P., E.G.) Mr. Manly Hanley, High School, But- trick ' s, WoF, Press Box, Indians, Take a Hike, Life goes on! ANNE MARIE FAHEY 23 Argyle Rd. 6-2-58 Poopsie or Peewee Kenny, you ' re 1! (Nov 7th) The Rover, " Quick Returns " Lis- tening to the sounds of Led Zeppelin Concerts Partying after 3rd period and lunch. The Cape! Jackie best friends forever. Never forget the summer of ' 75 " Spy Pond " The center wasted words . . . Symmes Maturing — 1977. Finally out. CESAR L. FAES 276 Renfrew St. 9-26-59 Cheezer Whata ya say. Babe? two o ' clock walk, B.A., Cmzin, Symmes, Blue Lights Bad Nights, Spins, Pub, ' scuze me occifer, T Squad, El Zinko, ' 53, Virginia, " Where ' s My Bike?! " J.F., Games, R.F., D.C., C.H. Downtown, . . . L.R. The Good Times PAUL FANNING JULIE FALLON LISA FAIOLA ANNE FAHEY CESAR FAES 109 MICHAEL ENRIGHT PETER ELEFTHERIOU PAUL EICHELROTH SUZANNE EGAN E lllllllllllll MICHAEL ENRIGHT 47 Crosby St. 1-10-59 Great times Partying . . . Bishop Park . . . The High Grass . . . The Drive Ins . . . ' 68 Bel Aire . . . July 23 The night I got Busted , . . Heffenreffer . . . June 12, 1976 . . . Great times with Mary . . . S.O.M.F. . . . April Vacation . . . Summer of ' 76 . . . Opie Grammy, Charlie, Mikey, Oly, Andy, The kids down the Park . . . And 1 can ' t forget good old W.C.C. PETER ELEFTHERIOU 48 Lombard Terr. 10-4-59 The Greek Summer of ' 73, Summer of ' 75, party time, spaced out. Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith, Yes concerts, good times, weekends wasted. The boys are high, Cambridge Shell . . . Fab, V-Soccer, J.V. Football, Harry Jr. 2, Working men. It ' s all a vacation. PAUL W. EICHELROTH 83 Park St. 2-25-59 Ike Ike, V-Hockey, V-Football, Prom, Semi-formal, Chrysa 11-5, P P The Bone, Lockes, High School, Wonerful, Tourneys, New Years ' 75, ' 76, Cape . . . Maine, Press Box ' 77, Look Out! Bobo, Tony, Tom, Niki, Fitz, Porky, Bich ' em, Raab, Chris, Charlie, Mitch, Jay, Paul Jr., Blue 17 and the Bestest! I ' ll never forget you. SUZANNE EGAN 23 Yerxa Rd. 7-6-60 RICHARD EDMONDS CHRISTOPHER ECONOMO JOHN EDGAR RICHARD EDMONDS 36 Philips St. 11-1-59 Honk Happiness was second period, study in Library, Junior year. Looking forward to vacation. Long weekends. JOHN EDGAR 138 Gray St. 9-29-59 New Hampshire and Cape . . . Matt ' s Car . . . Angelo ' s . . . Nahant What . . . Mike ' s Christmas Party, Matt, Mike, Dave, Abba. CHRISTOPHER J. ECONOMO 92 Melrose St. 2-22-59 Chris How are you? . . . Lookout . . . Friekum, get ' em . . . Goat- man . . . Bzzz . . . No Check Bums . . . Press box 1, 2 . . . Freshman B . . . Summer of ' 76 S.J. . . .Cape. . . The Nights Up Camp . . . Ovemighters . . . Inns . . . Farm . . . High School . . . Tommy, Charlie, Nubby, Jay, Bo-Bo, Ikum, Fitzy, Mitch, Bichum, Tony, Cusie, Raab, Spaz and Paul Jr . . . C.T.C. Unforgettable times with Sue 6-17-76 . . . Just You and Me . . . Goodbye, A.H.S. JOHN EBNER 25 Endicott Rd. 11-28-59 High School isn ' t only a place, it ' s the most important period in one ' s life so you should enjoy it while you can . . . Thanks to everyone who helped to make this the experience that it was . . . Best wishes to all whom 1 knew and to those I didn ' t get to know. JOHN EBNER 110 I JOHN SCOTT DWYER 20 Windsor St. 5-26-59 Scott I Baseball, Irate Pirates, Tourney Games ... V. Tennis . . . BJ . . . RB . . . The Big V . . . Brooksie . . . JM, Biff!!! SC, Summer of ' 76!! New Hampshire ' 74- ' 75- ' 76 . . . Heads Math Class ' 75! Harvard Square . . . One Way! Tm Lost! Easy Ed! ' Red light . . . Meatball . . . Stringbean . . . A.M. Listening to the Beach Boys . . . American Graffiti . . . God knows your a t dummy! i: STEVEN DVORAK 72 Hillside Ave. 4-23-59 ; Demon Alcohol, W.P.O.D., I get by with a little help from my i friends, Hond Pond ' 74, Home James, Bertmobile, Destruction, i Winchester! New Year ' s Eve at B.M. ' s, Meanwhile, I was think- t ing . . . Cape, Sweet nothing, Leo ' s Place, Chinatown, Take it • Easy. ! DENICE DUPONT 116 Thorndike St. 4-29-59 Pro ! Canada, Camping up Mts., Cape Cod, Old Olds made Summer I of ' 76 my best, AlTT — 2 die Mike 4-3-76 Puture; Middlesex, I Para-legal. JOHN DWYER STEPHEN DVORAK ROBERT DUNN DENICE DUPONT CHARLES DUDDY D 1 ROBERT DUNN 36 Aerial St. 6-23-59 Chicken I Celica, party car, " Hey " poind packy run. Brews! Kies, U Mass, i small parW, Schlitz, Dring King, Rock, Small buzz, Schaeffer I Stadium, ' Wingerseek Beach, " Summer of ' 76, PW, MS, Soph- j omore English, Denmark Me. Skiing Sundays Weekends, 1 Cadalaca Rest, ' 67 Ford, Busa I CHARLES DUDDY 20 Amherst St 11-17-59 ( MARIANNE DRESSELHAUS 147 Jason St. 9-6-59 ! Y.A., W.H., B.B.Y.S.O., N.E.C., District Allstate, Violin, Viola, " Practice " , . . . Swim Team, Toronto, Scarsdale . . . Israel, I Venezuela, Calif . . . Sarch, Seaman, Mr. T, Devito, Mr. Smith, Wohlebbe, Cody, O ' Connor . . . Zionism racist? No! ... " 1 4 am a part of all I have met " . . . " Strange how much you ' ve got ; to know before you know how little you know. " 1 JOSEPH DOYLE 30 Ronald Rd. 6-22-59 Joe I The Park . . . Jack, Ang, Brian, Ike, Lewk, Bemo, Fargs, 1 Chuck, Kevin, Gel, Failure . . . " You got a good life. " . Party ! on the Maine Rocks . . . Mac, Ralph, Maddog, The High School, The Tower, Summer of ' 76 . . . Every night. Park Fires Fraiser Chases, Brian ' s parties, " What are you chattine me, " ' " That ' s all. " I JANET DOYLE 110 Hillside Ave. 10-19-59 Pawtuckaway Lake; 151; Mountain dew; Pizza; Coke; Summer I of ' 76; R199; Aerosmith, Queen; grillows; waterskiing ! SUSAN DOUCETTE 43 Peirce St. 5-29-59 Doo! I Feb. 14, Love . . . Goomba, Summers of ' 75, ' 76 . . . Old I Home Parties. J.L, E.L., P.M., P.G., C.C., C.M. friends for life. S.F. Ug h, D. Ugh, Oh.S. Mini Mack, Let ' s talk! Locke Park, . Law ' s Party, Merc ' s 4th Period, MaC ' s 5th period. Can ' t wait till I ' m a senior. Big Deal! Jimbo Donovan forever! ' 76 Summer ' without a Grant. JOSEPH DOYLE SUSAN DOUCETTE MARIANNE DRESSELHAUS JANET DOYLE 111 fr JONATHAN DOREMUS PATRICIA DOOLEY MARGARET DOOLING BRIAN DOOLEY JONATHAN DOREMUS 100 Hillside Ave. 5-6-59 MARGARET ALICE DOOLING 65 Westminster Ave. 1-15-59 " No time that passes is ever really gone if it leaves special memories for looking back upon, " . . . weekends in Concord; Patty and all the kids from C.C.H.S. . . . summers of ' 74, ' 75, ' 76 at O.O.B., W.P. J.B. special friends . . . Junior year . . . lots of good times with Eddie. 11-24-76 the two of us in one day, " 1 don ' t believe it. " PATRICIA DOOLEY 15 Freeman St. 2-27-60 Patty the old gang with one exception, " The Pond " Summer of ' 76, George 8-27-76, finally , . . after all those months, N.H. B V.A. J. Shea ' s Parties, Aunt Margaret, Jr. year 82-64, Drome . . . " Rhyme Time " Good work Carole, Tick tock watch the clock, " There is no happy life . . . only happy days. " BRIAN DOOLEY 288 Washington St. 12-31-58 TuU-Doobug Stratton . . . " No way, Fargs, " (Bemo, Fargs, Gel, Ike, Lewk, Kevin, Charlie, Ang, Ed, John, Jack, Ralph, Joe . . . Paula . . . Sept. 29th, Trish, Eileen, Gail, Coop) Tower . . . Cops! Rm. 304 . . . Maine . . . " The Caddy " Southie Small Parties! New Hampshire . . . Donna, Gooch and Zanis ' s bash. Winter ' 74 . . . Beard! V. Baseball. Football . . . Buddy Scoopen Chicks Dlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ROBERT DONNELLY KATHRYN DONALD ELLEN DONNELLY ROBERT W. DONNELLY 82 Eountain Rd. 5-8-59 Bob Most of you 1 leave with no regrets, yet some of you will re- main with me always . . . Binding myself — birth of an op- timist . . . pseudo-intellectuals, insincerity, insensitivity . . . Feeling good, can ' t stop me now . . . loving life, music, family, the fairer sex . . . I ' ll find her yet . . . take care and stay happy, all. ELLEN DONNELLY 10 Appleton PI. 6-7-59 Tim 5-10-75 P.C. . . . A.C. Parties, Brigham ' s, P.L. . . . The Lakes . . . the movies . . . S.F. ' s and Prom ' 76 . . . partying . . . FiHo . . . Walks to nowhere . . . precious memories . . . Summer of ' 75 KATHRYN ANNE DONALD 84 Oakland Ave. 8-18-59 Happiness is Craig 7-8-74 . . . Freshman beach party . . . Art Club . . . Junior Semi-formal . . . Child Development with Stan and Penny . . . Nursery School Senior Year . . . Teddy Bear and Wabbit . . . H.S.S.P. . . . Thalia Cecile ' 71 . . . MuT fin . . . Fin ' s Art Classes . . . Rum . . . " the apartment " . . . 143 C.M. . . . Essentially nothing is wasted that helps fulfill a legitimate purpose. — William Shakespeare ESTER DOMINGUEZ 30 Laurel St. 11-9-59 1 was bom at a very young age, Chile, Military takeover, I love Boston, M.B., Linda, Joyce, The follower, Noicy, Diana, Susan, Best teachers. Withers, Burt, and Mercurio, Best class. Junior English, MIT Faculty Club, Smily, Colossians 1:26, 27, God ' s Word is God ' s WiU. God bless you. ESTER DOMINGUEZ 112 i I f; ill THOMAS JOSEPH DOHERTY 68 Brantwood Road 9-22-50 Dohs Diggy, Dave, Paul, Rich, Menotomy Rocks Park, The Falcons, 19 m Studebaker Commander, Hockey on the Pond, Marshfield and Humarock, Bill, Rob and Co. Niki the Wonder Dog, The Cliff, The Marshfield " Talahatchie " Bridge, The end. North- eastern. RESA DOHERTY 285 Washington St. 7-14-59 April Baby, Tower 74, Led Zepplin Tickets. Thanks Mr. Len- non, School was a Bi ' ch, Skipping 1st in the Nova w frampton, A-woo, F.B. Talking Dirty, Mountains, Block Party, Stratton, Never forget R.N. S.M., Getting Busted with Mull, Hampton w Red and Wayne — Thank God it ' s over! CORNELIA DOHERTY 102 Hutchinson Road 6-5-59 Neal New Silver Beach, The Get Highs, Uncle Sam, Tankard . . . Sunday, Grinch, September 5 . . . Wipe Out, Lou, Week-ends at BC, Cat, Mebs and Pooh, Washington, DC . . . bagged, Florida, Georgia . . . Driving up hills in a standard. Wiggles, Com, January 24, 1976, Partying with Marcia, Jr. Semi and Prom, Lacrose ... 5 JOAN DIZIO 24 Thesda St. 8-18-59 THOMAS DOHERTY CORNELIA DOHERTY RESA DOHERTY JOAN DIZIO RUTHAN DIPIETRO 22 Country Club Drive 4-19-60 Ann DS, AD, CC, RF, AND WP, Spence, Rabs, Brooksie, Cusie, JE, BB, DC, Mothers, Noogies, Harmonettes, Madrigals, Gilbert and SuUivan, Drama, Wizard, Cabaret, Backstage, Music De- partment, " The Bus Ride " Summer ' 76, Suprise Parties, Proms, David, " Early Grads, " DP., Trev, Bacardi. Broadway Babies, " Write me a note! " M.N.S. Scaresdale, Virginia, Jazz Singers. MARK DIGNAN 10 Upland Rd. 1-6-59 Dig, Diggs, Diggy Sophomore Year, Peggin the rates, townies. Critters, The Wig, Mole, High School Parking Lot, Drinkin Menotomy rocks Park, Partying, the Cape, New Hampshire, Workin, Ray do a laugh . . . Will go to college. JO-ANNE DIFRANCO 22 Pondview 10-14-59 Ragu Papa Gino ' s, Pewter Pot, Mrs. Wiggins, John Wayne, Mous- taches and men. Beach Boys, Jerry Vale, wayland Park, Mmmm Italiano, Fred, T-Bird, Kojak, Surprise Party, Guitar-Retreat RE Amway, Job-Hunters, Fro, Dancing " Feelings " Memories, 3 Stooges, " Fudge it " " Goose it " 1977, F.J.C. O ' Neil ' s class. ANTHONY C. DICECCA 54 Am sden St. 4-21-59 Tony Class of ' 77 . . . outgoing, progressing, great school year . . . Came to Arlington High, junior year, teachers, students helped me all the way, tough, but pulled through all the way. Best year. Senior year . . . enjoyed every minute of it . . . looking forward to summer of ' 77. JOANNE DIERANCO MARK DIGNAN ANTHONY DICECCA ANN DIPIETRO 113 DAVID DESTEFANO JAMES DESMOND DANIEL DESMOND MICHAEL DEPAOLA GEORGE DENN Dlllllllllllllllll DAVID A. DESTEFANO 14 Lublin St. 2-13-59 Big Dave Sophomore Science, Mr. Kelly-Jr. Office, Lots of time spent there . . . Bang Bang in Tim ' s Van, Drive-in ' s, B.R. ' s car won ' t start . . . Trubo in the 9th . . . The Red Getaway . . . D.K. Fusco and me talking with Steve K. Maco ' s, the summer of ' 76, Good times with D.F. JAMES DESMOND 52 Davis Ave. 6-6-59 Dez Maine . . . The Casino . . . R.R. . . . tracks before school . . . Aerosmith . . . Gold . . . Frampton and Stewart . . . DANIEL DESMOND 119 Ridge St. 3-7-59 Dez The Cape, Camping in Brewster, Cherry Hill, the A.B., Before school under the passageway. Doc, Mr. Pmn, B.K., J.D., R.M., concerts. Stones, Who My Generation, Aerosmith, " Buzzin, " Summer of ' 76, Friday nights, Cruisin, " What Moving Van " . . . Bing, Bing, Bing, Toz, the " Heas, " Studies in 84 Gold. I KEVIN DENISON MICHAEL DEMARTINO MICHAEL DEMARKLES LYNETTE DELANO MICHAEL DEPAOLA 50 Cleveland St. 8-10-59 Freshman Office, was there a lot. Soph year, good boy, Jr. year weasled out of a lot of trouble, " Trubo in the 9, " Senior year going to do it all. GEORGE L. DENN, JR. 41 Forest St. 12-27-59 Southie in my home town. O.T. in the ninth. Fast in the tenth, " the pond " full moon autoshop was . . . weekends in New Hampshire, Patty 8-27-76, partying at the cafe . . . Street made of 224 K. gold. Being an asset to my mother and my father KEVIN DENISON 425 Summer St. 5-17-58 Just moved here from Texas . . . things are different, but the same . . . " One can get used to anything if one has to. " MIKE DEMARTINO 43 Greeley Cir. 5-9-59 Bemo " Stratton " Tower, Fargs, Brian, Gel, Ronnie, John, Jack, Ike, Ang, Ralph, Joe, Ed, Kevin, Lewk, Gooch, Fred, Trish, Paula, Gail, Eileen, Coop, Room " 304 " Maine (small party). The " T " parties, " Goodtime, " " Cops, " Gooch ' s and Zani ' s parties, - " Cases, " Hooch, " The Caddy, " T.L.W. " Buzzed, " Kevin ' s Party, " Chases, " Arrested, Ike ' s Tourney Party. MICHAEL P. DEMARKLES 799 Concord Turnpike 4-12-59 Pit ' s cellar, tunes. Providence, Gabby ' s Party, The Loss, hives, gold. Farm, W-pane, Led Zeppelin, GJ3BVP, Fine, . . . How are you? Concerts, The Surf, Z in the cellar. So good, 3V4, DOB, BM, Potter ' s party. LYNNETTE R. DELANO 42 Park Ave. Ext. 9-21-59 High School . . . majorettes . . . Bermuda? Cape? . . . M M . . . fros . . . Mall scooping ... I like you a lot? . . . wrong- way . . . DWJHKCIASBSMBICR . . . hired hitman . . . ? Soph and Jr year D.D. . . . mystics . . . proms . . . The heart has many cioors, friendship is just one, don ' t be too quick to bolt them. Thanks, Mom and Dad! 114 DOUG DECAPRIO 52 Tufts St. 9-19-58 Pit ' s cellar. Meadow Glen, Scituate — Bell Boy — Southern Man, Rhode Island — Aerosmith, Hampton, Parties — Bo ' s D.P. Lennie ' s Farm, Fynn ' s, Gaby ' s, B.C.C., Menotomy L.D.O.S. ' 75- ' 76 Rita Uga Help, Birthday-car, Plum Island, Rides Junior Hockey. (Hockey) — Tourneys, Matignon, Brockton, (coaches). Tower Deb 4-6-74. JOHN DEANGELO 166 Pheasant Ave. 9-19-59 Ang Park, Tower, T.L.W. Adussi . . . Og ' s, 80 ' s, Office, Gel Pep, Fargs, Tull, Ed, Bemo, Jack, Madd( , Luc, Ike, Oil, Rocks, Ronny, Charlie, Gooch, Fred, Paula, Gail, Trish, Eileen, Coop, Marechons, Xifa, Yessss, Tic-Maddog, Tracks, Letor, Fredo . . . Stands, 1000th, Rockanus, Nigarache, Leon ' s, Hooch, C.A.L., Magoggles, Glasseye, fires. Parties . . . Tull ' s . . . Luc ' s, Mad- dog ' s . . . Bemo ' s . . . Trish Halloween. KEVIN DAY 41 Fremont Court 1-19-60 Hiking up the White Mountains in ' 76 . . . Party in the Shera- ton Inn in Action . . . J.P. J.F. . . . Cookie, Woody . . . J. But . . . Dan Bonnie . . . Snag . . . Chiguata . . . Popcorn and Leone on Wednesdays . . . Out the Front, Bulb ' s Pub . . . California and Colorado, here we are . . . cheese please . . . give me head . . . vans are decent but bikes are intense. DOROTHY DAY 25 Freemont St. 10-20-59 Doth " The Family " " you ' ll never know me " J.B., B.H., D.S, B.B., Riv parties in tne parking lot, Marion, Lisa my sisters. Nana, Papa my family, I Love You, Florida, Cape. 20 Cruisin 1 or 2, Get it while you ' re young BGI, 5-14-76 Summer of ' 74 ' 76, Dicki, Gary, B.C. LAURA DAVISON 22 Churchill Ave. 11-11-59 It takes two to Tango, TC9G, Harry Chapin in Concert, G and S, Music Department, good times, Quacky, Walter and Wilbur, Friends 4E . . . Gail, Mary Louise, Judi, Joan, Marlboro Coun- try, Youth Group Retreat, 6 ' s, Cynthia phone calls. Endless Summer, Friendly ' s, Doobie Brothers ' Concert Band, Spark ' em up, SNWS, Packies, Schlitz, Secret Stash, Party, to life VAUNE DAVIS 75 Winchester Rd. 7-20-59 I ' m going to celebrate my life and touch the stars. DOUGLAS DECAPRIO JOHN DEANGELO DOROTHY DAY LAURA DAVISON VAUNE DAVIS MICHAEL DARCY SHIRLEY DAVIES STEPHEN DANIELSON SHIRLEY DAVIES 47 Washington St. 4-14-59 Tower ' 74, Mountains, K.M. 11-15-75, Stones with Sakey, Trip- ping and Keg Parties, Block Party, the who . . . " should we jump? " , Sniffin Amu, " I gotta get outta here, " Thanks, Mr. Lennon. New Year ' s . . . High Street, Pancakes at the Cape, Hilltop with Paul ' s car, Hampton F.B. Bagged by Dad. Kenny ' s secret code. VANDA DARDENO 402 Ridge St. 11-30-59 Frank Tower ' 74 . . . RG, H 750, Wanna go cruisin ' 75 . . . Check ' em out Awoo . . . Trip on the Stairs . . . All Nighters ... At least I ' m Happy . . . Dave ' s Chalet . . . Catch a Buzz, Sum- mer, Honds, Rez, Nothin but a Party, Block Party . . . Wanna Skip 1st . . . More good T imes to Come ' cause We ' ve only just Begun. MICHAEL DARCY 7 Oakledge St. 5-20-59 STEPHEN DANIELSON 74 Yerxa Rd. 3-16-59 VANDA DARDENO 115 RICHARD S. DANFORTH 135 Winchester Rd. 12-3-59 summer . . . sailing . . . winter . . . survival . . . skiing . . . Washington . . . Vermont . . . Nantucket . . . The Cape . . , Gloucester, " Wake up, time to go to school. " Studying. KATHLEEN DANAHER 7 Erazer Rd. 11-12-59 Field hockey and Christmas carols, wind sprints, bring a friend. Camp ' 76, ya gotta love it, be serious, GTMF . . . no F, Sukie, hitchhiking ... Jr. English . . . Ms. Barry . . . blinks and wiggles . . . let ' s go . . . softball . . . Poogie. SUSAN M. DALTON 17 Coolidge Rd. 10-7-59 Bonzo, Turnpike Bowladro me, Tea Hostess, dances, Ali . . . 10- 26-74, Cottage Crest white suit and walking stick . . . what a night. Prom . . . locked out at Kowleen ' s . . . bye, guys. Jr. English . . . Apple Wine . . . Hampton Beach . . . the happy little threesome. Stop and Shop, Frye boots, homeroom manag- er, senior lounge, cruz ' n, Amherst, Decent. CYNTHIA L. DAHILL 20 Webster St. 8-6-59 Cin Tom Jones, Purple Sunrise, K.C. Snugglebuggin ' , Win the Spot, S.F. The Book, Effy. M.K.V. neck. Miss Persian Roll, Uncle Fred. Miss Honey Dip? Gator, Oki L.C., D.B. E.Mc. When I call Your Name. Stargazer! Rink. Chicago, Beachboys Concerts. Drama, " The Actress, " My Manager. GEORGE CUTLER 7 Teresa Cir. 10-13-59 Remember the small parties up Hampton Beach and the White Mountains . . . Schlitz . . . Stratton 69-77 . . . Summer of ' 74 . . . Remember SSBQDR . . . Pony 5-21-75 . . . Hitchin a Ride . . . 19 hundred 85 . . . Absolutely . . . Over the hills and far away . . . Steppenwolf . . . Thanks to J.L. PAUL P. CUSOLITO 66 Bellington St. 2-5-59 Cusie, Nicky Look out! . . . Bags, Ikem, Nubby, Chris, Roy, Rab, Charlie, Bichem, Bobo, Spaz, Tone, Hoss, Mitchem, Fitzy, Paul Jr. Kas Oct. 21, 1975 . . . High School . . . Locks . . . Bzzz . . . Wonerful-Wonerful . . . Tourneys . . . Nahant . . . The Nights Up Camp . . . No check Bums . . . Aerosmith . . . Press box . . . I ' ll always remember you, Arlington High. D llllllllllllllll GEORGE CUTLER PAUL CUSOLITO JOSEPH E. CURRAN 3 Grand View Rd. 6-15-59 Joe Harvard Club, Gomes Rambler 440, The Blue Bomb, Dr. Beal good shot. Beard get him, tourneys, Boston Garden, Party with Marty, Atlas the Wonder Bear, Pumping Iron, Varsity Football, " Hell " Lud, Cad, Caveman, Break out the Cacklefruit, " Iron- man " JEFF C. CUMMINGS 24 Clark St. 11-25-59 Cumbo Farm, Concord 4-19-75, Meadow Glen, Hiii-14, Abbs, Lefty . . . " Hurry up! " benches, convos, coolidge, Menotomy, Head Shop, Lawnmower, Elton, Chases, spaced, Keenan ' s party, Allnighters, Pit ' s cellar, B.P.P.P., Plattsburgh, N.Y., streaking up farm, Nellie ' s N.Y.E., Keith ' s N.Y.E., So good! J.J. ' s party, Heh! THOMAS CULLINAN 116 Mt. Vernon St. 3-7-59 Caddying all summer . . . Pleasant Valley Classic ... up New Hampshire. . . like working on cars . . . hope to go to U.N.H. studying Electrical Engineering. 116 GRACE CRUZ THOMAS CROWLEY KIM CROSBY MARY GRACE CRUZ 118 Vamum St. 5-29-59 Chick M and M and M and M, You Pain in the Neck. I knoow Lisa, Linda, Karen, Maria, Joanne . . . " You ' re my best friend " Queen, Windows getting fogged up, Mr. O ' Neil, History class . . . the best. You die. Summer of ' 76, beach Blu-Vet, love it. Being happy. Ma and Dad. Goodbye. Thank youuu. 21-24-29. THOMAS CROWLEY 297 Mystic St. 3-20-59 Track, Chem lab. Hey, did we really win? Waiting for a little . red dot on a cold mountain, Mr. Kelly ' s breakdown after 3 I straight. Want a graduated cylinder, cheap? The Cape, It took 3 years . . . was it worth it? KIMBERLY ANNE CROSBY 16 Hathaway Circle 11-19-59 Kim Purple Sunrise . . . Common Place, C .D. . . . 14A, Oki, H-t-T, " Help!, " Orsons . . . SF . . . Best nurse. Book under the pil- ' low? Wink . . . Andover Parties, red van . . . DB . . . Bzzz, poor Rodney . . . Melk . . . Kids ' Up Camp ' . . . Cronin ' s . . . This . . . Roach . . . concerts . . . vettes . . . Honey Dip . . . J Box . . . Aku . . . The Lake with PC . . . Porcupine , . . . This Time Around. MARYBETH CROCKETT JACQUELINE CRISTOFORI I MARY BETH CROCKET 47 Burch St. 7-14-60 " 1 never let school interfere with my education. " — Mark Twain Thanks to Mrs. R., a few teachers, friends, and ac- quaintances, I learned something here. I JACQUELINE CRISTOFORI 7 Mohawk Rd. 10-30-50 Jackie i The Pond . . . Center . . . Summer of ' 75 catch a buzz? Rhode Island ... I wanna go to the sun . . . Dancing . . . Start the party . . . Anne, we had some great times . . . good luck . . . R-KZ-I-C . . . Jockey . . . walkathon, S.O.A.B. . . . the fence? sure . . . Freshman science . . . Thanks, Anne, for always being there . . . Puehe. ANTHONY J. CRESCITELLI 231 Oakland Ave. 10-18-57 Tony Dallin; The hic-cups; New Year ' s Day, Parties at B.M. House, Can ' t wait for the next one! ! JOANNE CRESCENTINI 11 Avola St. 6-20-59 ' Paul 4-16-74 . . . Summer of ' 74 . . . Freshman yr. up the Cove . . . Cruisin ' with Paul, the old chevellski, my jewel . . . Fal, Trips to Bermuda, White Mts., Cape Cod, Bar Harbor . . . Ski- ing . . . Never forget Eddie . . . Are you ready for the country — Because it ' s time to go. TOM CREPEAU 134 Newport St. 5-16-59 ; Bicentennial Madness! Down Babbling, the porch $25.00 ticket . . . April Who ' s Day . . . Mountains in the water at Man- omet! . . . ' B.C.N., " Tommy, " L-o-l-a, Tounged Frisbees . . . Spleef . . . Lou . . . " Hair " . . . Two Broken Bottles . . . Rip 1 this joint!, Gaudentia Park-Waaa! . . . SAS. ' The Midnight I RambleP ohh-la-la . . . " B.B. ' s " Bam . . . " Nobody ' s busi- ness ' . . . A-lad-in-Sane. STEPHEN CRAIG 65A Brattle St. 11-7-59 Dub I Diane 6-28-74, Gymnastics, the Cape, doing algebra homework, ski lodge, states, camping up A.B., the rock, Mt. ' Hermon, Jr. Prom and Semi-formal, P.G.T.B.!, E.J. and ' McCartney concerts, A.B.S.I., 4th period study at Buttrick ' s, Joe ' s house, Christmas Eves, lights, Pennsylvania, marching? ANTHONY CRESCITELLI THOMAS CREPEAU STEPHEN CRAIG JOANNE CRESCENTINI 117 DAVID COX JEREMIAH COTREAU DAVID COX 71 Walnut St. 6-6-59 C.C. and Company, Raise a Little Hell, You ' ll Feel Better. The Whooper, Chemistry Labs, Bells, Zinc in the Sink, The Pit Stop, The Concord Kitchen, Freshmen to the front of the bus, Fun on Saturdays, The House in Vermont, The Bam, Trips into Boston. DARLENE COSTA JOHN CORCORAN c JEREMIAH COTREAU 106 Bartlett Ave. 8-28-58 Jerry The Park, Underfeated, Concerts, Tourney, The Lawn, Baba O ' Reily, Life and Life only. DARLENE COSTA 60 CoUege Ave. 8-8-59 Fio ' s gym class . . . The room at June ' s . . . Bishop ' 71- ' 74 . . . Streaking At the Q.M. . . . The Viking . . . Never forget LBA, Becky, Anne, June, Tierney and Liz . . . Mousey . . . Pond . . . Room 36 . . . M.P. 10-75 . . . M. J. What a joke. JOHN CORCORAN 36 Twin Circle Dr. 9-26-58 Rolling Stones, Aerosmith, Allman Brothers, 9-26-76 S.W., P.T.Y., T.M.G.L.D., O.Z., Lunch. SHAWN CORBETT 11 Memorial Way 2-6-59 Corb, Schlitz The fourth down the Alewife . . . Tank E ' m Down, Parties Down Bulbs Gee, The Projects, Shee baa, Kathy, All nighters up Joe ' s, Won ' t forget all the parties out the Pro ' s and down Bulb ' s, Drink All Day, Hard Stuff — and the Midnight Riders, Pepi Lopez Look Out, Ten Speed Steak, feature. Keg parties, Party, Party, Party. SHAWN CORBETT JAY CORBETT JAY A. CORBETT 154 Gardner St. 9-29-59 Hoss Look out . . . Cusie, Mitch, Tom, Chris, Nubby, Bichem. Fitzy, Tony, Raab, Ike, Bo-Bo . . . Remember always C.M. in ' 74. . . J.T., K.D., T.K., . . . J.V. Hockey . . . V. Baseball . . . Tourneys in ' 75 . . . Fight with Malden . . . G.Z. Cottage Wak- ing up with a beer in my hand . . . Goodbye, A.H.S. . . . Never Forget it. LYNNE COOPER 93 Crescent Hill Ave. 12-7-59 Cin. Screwdrivers at 8 . . . Bermuda C.P. S.B. Frampton Cape ... 35 Cups of coffee, Jod! Surprise Pattie, Senior Con- vention, Roller Coaster, E.K. J.C. PJ, ' 76 Prom. Nahant Pic- tures . . . Cousins? Party 3rd period, D.M. " Young Hearts Run Free. " Ameredo, Games. N.F.P. Tiny, Mr. B. Summer of ' 76. DIANE COOPER 16 Forest St. 11-23-59 Coopa " Summer of ' 76, " " The Pits " . . . " Stratton, " High School, " Farm, " " Gold Sweaters " . . . Buzz! Semi-formal, Junior Prom, Twins? All Nighters, " Listen to me! " Talk much? E.S., I.A.J., The Drawer, Cousins? 1 don ' t know! Thanks, A.M.D.! So Good! T.B. , E.C., P.G. . . . The Three Stooges, " A Smile Can Hide All the Pain! " 11-10-75 S.M.F. Forever? JEFF COONEY 745 Summer St. 11-10-58 DIANE COOPER JEFF COONEY 118 ROBERT CONROY KAREN CONNORS ROBERT LAWRENCE CONROY 127 High Haith Rd. 10-5-59 KAREN CONNORS 6 Lennon Rd. 7-18-59 Majorettes, proms, Jennifer, Sorceress, Seating in rear only, Googie ' s class. Always lost, Fritz! Kowloons parking lot . . . locked out! Oh no! Tne Esplanade, Where ' s Boston? Buttrick ' s, A.H.S. parking lot. Parties!!, Hampton Beach ... 90 below, Maria ' s PJ ' s, Sue ' s VW, Let ' s go fishing, Gretchen and Jason, The Green bomb. Friends are forever. MATTHEW W. CONNOLLY 34 Jason St. 10-23-59 Matt " Who said High School isn ' t a Party? " . . . R.A.T. . . . Mol- son, Labatts . . . " Layla, " Clapton Concert . . . " Waterski- ing, " Parties at the lake, Moultonberiy, N.H. . . . Buzzing at Ed ' s house. Parties at J.L. ' s Rifa Brothers . . . Fire box duty. Getting bagged at back doors . . . " Yes " concert . . . Someday I ' ll own a Laverda . . . Keep buzzin ... 1. After all, it ' s. MARK CONLEY 15 Unide St. 4-16-59 GARY COLONNA 11 Oxford St. 5-14-59 MATTHEW CONNOLLY MARK CONLEY ■lllllllf c PATRICIA COLLINS 34 Mayflower Rd. 5-24-59 Disco Pat N.U. My Surprise . . . Ginger ' s Allnight . . . Appleton St . . . 40 Hutch . . . Wings . . . What Wine Who ' s Wine . . . Sum- mer ' 73 . . . L.A.? . . . Cherry St. . . . Who? . . . Mountains . . . streaking . . . Purple dots . . . smiling, laughing, loving! Cruisin ' with my music ... Jr. Gym . . . Convention, Young hearts . . . Pimp ' n . . . N.F.P. . . . Broad Squad. L.K. . . . Copley . . . " Rowdy Bi ' ch " . . . You tacky thing you put them on " Bowie. " MARK COLLINS 179 Jason St. 12-11-58 of ' 75 ' 76. Eastern Ave.: Lawn mower and gas times. Matig- non games. New Year ' s eve at Nellie ' s Keith ' s. Good times in Menotomy. Freezing Winters, Canoeing in the snow. Pit ' s cel- lar, Convos, Herbs, chases. New York. Party in New Haven, The main man. BRENDA L. COLGAN 189 Brattle St. 1-24-59 Joan . . . Pasty face . . . June . . . B.B. . . . Trisha . . . D.B. . . . Patty . . . Pasty . . . Marilyn . . . Andi . . . Truro Dunes . . . much sand? . . . Gloucester . . . Canada . . . Kathy, seen any poles lately? . . . Cody . . . The Lone Ranger . . . Nahant . . . my keys! . . . Deathrock . . . Bessie . . . Parties, the Dol- phin in Yarmouth . . . Brattle St. Gang . . . Eastham . . . Miami, Florida . . . Hymi . . . Pressbox . . . Drive-Ins . . . apple picking . . . Halloween ' 76 . . . skiing . . . Trev . . . Mac ' s . . . Tender . . . who? . . . speed skating . . . Thanks, Mom Dad! JULIE COLETTA 205 Waverley St. 11-27-59 Kathy, Chrysa, Cinthi, Patte, Mut Jeff, thiis much, choc. chip time, tails at 7, pardon me but . . ., midnight party, concerts Nahant, drive-ins, all-nighter, e.s., paws. Lunatic, I ' m impre- ssed, for sure, soaps, this is obscene . . ., ceilings, Christmas is coming . . . and friends we ' ll always be. PATTI COLLINS MARK COLLINS BRENDA COLGAN JULIE COLETTA 119 DAVID COLETTA LAWRENCE COLELLA CHERYL CITRO MARGARET CICCOLO c DAVID A. COLETTA 205 Waverley St. 11-27-59 The Beginning . . . July 4, 1976 . . . Orson Welles Cinema . . . Everyone . . . The Sound of Silence . . . W.H.A. hockey . . . The Stooges . . . The Marx Brothers . . . Saturday Night . . . M.M. Concert-April-November 1976 . . . Game 6-World Series ' 75 . . . choke . . . Ahhhh . . . Dog Day . . . " Take a Walk " . . . " Is that the sun up there? " . . . " Time keeps on slipping into the future. " LAWRENCE COLELLA 18 Beverly Rd. 5-20-59 CHERYL CITRO 15 Lorraine Terrace 5-1-58 Cruisin ' with L.G., Buttrick ' s, semi-formal, Jr. Prom, 50 ' s Party. " The Cape . . . " Scooping. " Wilma ' s Wedding, Lois ' s Parties, " Oh . . . Oh . . . Oh . . ., " " We ' re gonna get bagged. " " Munchin ' on my Rally Bar, " Bowl Much? That ' s all! Memories of S.H. (7-22-75) G.G., M.R., Coop, D.R., L.F., W.Q., L.V., A.F. MARGARET CICCOLO 128 Blossom St. 12-4-59 Peggy Jim 12-27-75, Good Times ' 75 . . . B.I.M.R. . . . Rainy Night At P.S. . . . Truth in Raquel . . . The Fence . . . Margie . . . Eric . . . Cruisin Around Town . . . Bagged every time . . . Close Call at Mystic . . . Caught in Lexington . . . Walks to Nowhere . . . Proms . . . Long Talks . . . Br. 18th B. Day . . . " That Will Be The Day " . . . Stang Drag . . . Still the one. STEVE CICCIU 66 Trowbridge St. 8-24-59 Sish Rockland . . . The Big " V, " Brooksie, Scotty, Biff, Brucey . . . The path . . . Route 2 . . . Rob Anth . . . Hockey . . . Rac- ing, Blown Pistons . . . Finding a Job ... 3 stooges . , . Mus- tang . . . Dad . . . Butch, Jr., Sis, Pat, Bob and Dick my nepnews and nieces . . . Pebbles. STEVE CICCIU JODY CIANO JODY ELIZABETH CIANO 98 Edgerton Road 11-4-59 Broad Squad, LA, PJ, KP, N P, Gt Wi, Jesse, streaking. No- thing better than a good party. Coop ' s party. Cape concerts, July 4th, NighteEs At Gingers, Summer ' 73, ' 76, Cooks, Ball Games, Mr. B., Coffee for 35, Tiny and Speed . . . Ily, Screw- divers at 8, Cold duck, Nahant pictures. Young Hearts run Free, Nl, RI. JAMES CHIN 26 Longfellow Rd. 8-12-59 Chinna Farm, Tennis, S.T. Club, " B " Team. Summer. BRIAN CHAPSKI 34 Yerxa Rd. 3-4-59 Those nights on route one . . . Love my Honda ... A man of few words. CHRISTAL CHANGELIAN 17 Browning Rd. 10-8-59 Midget Peggy and Susan, I promise never to get lost in a crowd again . . . Susan, remember the letter with red ink . . . Don ' t forget to call . . . Peggy, don ' t you ever wear your own clothes . . . see, I remember how to spell your name . . . Ambitions . . . Go to Junior College and become a legal secretary. BRIAN CHAPSKI JAMES CHIN 120 KEVIN CHALOUX 625 Summer St. 7-31-59 Cat Charger, Aces, Autos, Data Processing 1-2, 5L ' s, Mag- num ' s J-Birds, Brews, VA, Toro, Pierce, Stratton, Honda, Mopar . . . Compu- ter, Industry is my career . . . Motorcycles, Auto Me- chanics and Auto Body. Mr. Lane, Mr. Proulx . . . Dodge Buick Chevy Pontiac ' 33 Plymouth coupe. Getting Blasted in High School, New England Speed. DIANE CENTOFANTE 199 WoUaston Ave. 1-31-59 Die BM ' s Driveway ... on slab Belmont . . . Hong Kong . . Eight bucks . . . Yellow, Green Blue, Red, Purple . . . D.F., ! Gone but not forgotten . . . CK, how long? . . . Just the three I of us . . . MO, BM, AV, DC, CM, PS, 1 love you . . . Thanks to I Vads and Moe . . . The Park . . . Good times with CM, MC, i and hctib. I DONNA MARIE CATE 69 Princeton Rd. 6-10-59 K ' wali I Laurie, Karen, Linda, Beth, Lisa, Susan, Liz . . . Koalas hate h Quantas . . . What are we gonna do tonight? Mr. Leone ' s book I keeping class. Fresh Pond, Hampton, The Comer, W.P., " Do i you come with the truck? " A temper is a great thing: don ' t lose it! " . . . " Wanna rabbit? " 3 outoof 4. " Don ' t beep the horn! " DENISE FRANCES CASALOU 110 Fremont St. 1-29-59 Neesie It ' s about time . . . N.Y.C. with Bruce and Pat . . . Being forced down the Cape by Lou . . . Buying a hors e one week, selling it the next . . . E.V.N.H. . . . Penguin hunting with Brad . . . Albatross . . . My V.W. . . . Going to Shrewsbury I by Salem, N.H., with Janet and Lov. Thanks, Mr. Lennon. I KEVIN CHALOUX DONNA CATE TOM CASEY DIANE CENTOFANTE DIANE CASSARO I FRANCIS BRIAN CASSIDY 60 Hodge Road 3-26-59 ! Rifa, Summer ' 76 out of Arl., Party on Hutch. Memory J Weekends Hampton, Good Times Bad Times, Hitching a ride, i Beatles, Thanks to J.L. and STEP, SAS where it all Began! DIANE CASSARO 242 Mountain Ave. 9-13-59 I finally made it! . . . The Cape . . . P.P., J.S., C.G. . . . Se- bago Lake . . . Somerville . . . Summer of ' 76 . . . Hampton Beach . . . Staying out all night . . . Parties down the pond D.G. . . . Good times at B.C. and B.S. . . .Jr. Year 2nd period with Mr. Hunter . . . Skipping classes . . . Danny ' s Parties everynight . . . Good Bye A.H.S. . . . I ' ll. THOMAS MICHAEL CASEY 109 Gardner St. 9-29-59 Case I Drama Prez II . . . M-2. Massacre . . . J.C.S. . . . Mentle i Mendle . . . Best of Oz . . . Edward Valance " Family Album " i 2-28-76 ... hi, bud . . . Mally . . . Summer of ' 76 . . . Ost I ... Almost a Tevye . . . Thanx Mr. R., Mr. S., Ms. C. . . . ' D.M. K.R. . . . Hi, Davey . . . Fraisier ... L. At last Dot j C . . . An Actor? You crazy! : JAMES MICHAEL CARUSO 61 Rhinecliff St. 6-11-58 Coke, ! Maui Waui, The Moon, Concerts, Paranoia, D.B.T. the Best, ' Teenage Wasteland, The Fogs, Sandy ' s! The sleezy Deli! 1 u-da-ba McGee, Partying with Janet and Carol, Whose Bargain, Wasted to the Max! Ah-h-h skitz! Are you High? Good Times : in Cambridge, J.P., Getting Burnt on the Grill! Trip much! skip much! LYNNE CARTER 8 Albermarle St. 7-7-59 j Dana 9-24-76, Biddeford Pool — The beach house, Hampton . . . Salisbury, Lighthouse! Weekend at Scituate, Old Orchard ! Beach, Concerts, Parties, Working at G P, Lights On? Summer : of ' 76, L.I,A.B,O.P, Averof, weekends. Senior year, good times .. with L.E., L.K., D.O., J.G-ma, K.K., Rowie, J.G. EILEEN CARROLL 195 Oakland Ave. 10-27-59 " I " , Oh Look! Pillsbury Doughboy. What ' s the matter? Stratton! ' Tower-times, Buttrick ' s, the high school, Newton?! concerts, i soap opera ' 76, cold sweaters, (commercials). f JAMES CARUSO EILEEN CARROLL DENISE CASALOU LYNNE CARTER RICHARD CARNEY DAVID CARLON PAUL CARDEN PABLO CAPORALI c DAVID CARLO RICHARD CARNEY 103 Mt. Vernon St. 1-25-59 Parties at; C.B ' s wall, tracks. The Bridge, Nicky ' s, Friday Night cruisin, C.B., B.S., and W.B., J.T., DR, GN, Good times at A.H.S., B.O.C., Aerosmith, Cape Cod, Summer of ' 76. Catch ya later. DAVID CARLON 10 Iroquois Rd. 8-24-59 basketball . . . cross country . . . outdoor track . . . Jazz band . . . marching band . . . wind ensemble . . . gruesome two- some . . . bells . . . DAVID CARLO 99 Waverly St. 6-24-59 Pickles Venus A . . . C.W., D.F., K.A., Hampton Cliff Danny . . . Driving a Vet . . . New Hampshire. Florida. Archie. New Day . . . My house for a month. Snow Plowing, motorcycle rides. New stereo. Hang up calls. Thinking. Bingo. Electrified. Bren- dan ' s Parties. Hampton on morotcycle Danny. Intense Cadillac and Ranger White Russians. SUSAN CANZANELLI PETER CAMM MARGARET CAMERON JOHN CALVERT PAUL TIMOTHY CARDEN 5 Winter St. 5-17-59 Summer of ' 76, tennis, C.J.M, K.F, double bagged? Dave. L.S., Crosby Criquet Club, V. Tennis 1,2, 3,4, Capt. 3 4, D.E. 84 . . . farce! Chin . . . new grip? Johnny Jardeeny, sticks, Chinna, Coach Cody, Favorite Teacher . . . Mr. Beckwith. PABLO A. CAPORALI 35 Davis Ave. 11-23-59 SUSAN DIANE CANZANELLI 17 Maynard St. 7-6-59 Sue Field Hockey, Drama Club, " Jack, " Yearbook, G S, Drama Fes- tivals, Papa Joe, " Beloted " . . . " We have a million reasons for failure, but not a single excuse. " PETER C. CAMM 19 Volunteer Way, Lexington 6-7-59 Frsh. Yr: show-off, self-examination, recluse . . . Soph: Serious Student, Janet, enter Jeanne and a new way of life . . . Jun: Party! Cruisin ' in a spacecraft with Charlie, Janet, Chippy, Wally, Ace of Space, Charles St. . . . Sen: beware the hypocrite within; who am I! . .. .To lie is to bend another ' s reality, and that ' s scary. MARGARET CAMERON 50 Summi St. 10-6-59 Margie " Cruisen in the 55 . . . Margie 8 lb. George . . . Summer of ' 75 . . . Midnight Chapel . . . Peggy, Eric, Jim . . . Truth on John PoulterSt. . . . New Year ' s ' 76 . . . B.I.K.M.M.R. . . . EPJ and Mac ' s Straws . . . Bumble Bee . . . No, that ' s aU right . . . " You talk too much. " . . . P.C. Cookout . . . Saturday Nights . . . " Baby Face. " Stang Drag, Br. 18th Birthday. JOHN GERARD CALVERT 1070 Mass. Ave. 6-23-58 122 TONY CALIENDO 1520 Mass. Ave. 9-22-59 Cal Drums . . . DonQ . . . Slingerland . . . Life of knowing beer guzzlers . . . Marching Band drum section . . . Exchange trip to Canada . . . Sunsetters . . . Greg ' s Cellar rehearsals . . . Dean ' s perversity a lot of fun . . . Rebuilding, drums including Rogers Ha! Redwood bonfire . . . What took place on the back of the marching band bus . . . Complete state of anarchy . . . Summer nights. PAUL CALCATERRA 38 Bartlett Ave. 7-19-59 Cal Fall Survival — Shamus — Hey Terra Mr. D., Trev, Levin, Thanks Bye. MI CHELLE CAISSIE 79 Fairmont St. 8-9-59 Bacardi at 8;00. F.Y.T.A. Men ' s room up Walden with L.C., J.M., G.W. . . . Hitting a tree. Oh nasty. The drive-in. Pickin ' them. Cheri you hctib! The Park, Washington, Nantasket, De- nnisport, Frampton, The Who, Aerosmith, 9-1-75 . . . John. LINDA ANN CAIN 19 Edmund Rd. 2-24-59 " Love is having relatives, friends, and neighbors like mine " . . . hotrod Nana . . . What do you wanna do? . . . Kenny July 20th, Do you? Millions, Munchkins, gurrooh, Emily , . . Eileen my other half . . . Tewks Spring . . . Arcadia . . . Mini Mickey . . . bowling . . . Beach Boys . . . graduations, wed- dings, Anniversaries . . . KSEMLCDBDMCDKCKO, Rink, Fribbles, Telephone, Football and hockey game. JOSEPH ALAN CAHILL 98 Gardner St. 7-12-59 MATTHEW LEWIS CAFISO 58 Margaret St. 12-2-58 JAMES CADDIGAN 18 Gardner St. 6-2-59 Jim Football Track, Hampton rumble, " That wasn ' t right, Lud " . . . Dil ' s crash . . . This summer down the Cape . . . Harvard Freaks . . . Red . . . The High School Fridays . . . Pumpin ' iron. ANTHONY CALIENDO PAUL CALCATERRA MICHELLE CAISSIE LINDA CAIN M JACK CADAGAN 55 Melvin Rd. 6-16-59 Jock RI, Hampton ' 76 the green tornado, ships and saucers. Harvard rumble, Danelle, goin ' surfin ' . . . Florida, Bev, Senile E.B., Stratton Park, Buckley ' s Bombs, Bedford Chase, Jocks and Rats Ha, Danno ' s Plants, Geno and Roger, Crude oil. Cousins, " The direction in which education starts a man will determine his future life. " FA MICHAEL CABRAL 8 Alpine St. 9-12-59 Cub Summer ' 76 in Maine . . . the Beach . . . night and day . . . catching the rays, Fish ' n, swimmin ' and cruisin ' in the sun . . . what a summer! swim team . . . D.B. and B.S., not bad. Law class interesting? You Bet! Summer of ' 77 . . . graduation . . . can ' t wait, THOMAS FRANCIS BYRNE 27 Peirce St. 5-8-59 ROBERT BYRNE 84 Irving St. 2-18-59 Being late, 135, God Save the Kinks . . . Lou . . , Good Smoke . . . Rest Areas . . . Direction . . . N.L. ... 3 Dead In a Bug . . . Concerts . . . Down Babling . . . What? JAMES CADDIGAN JACK CADAGAN MICHAEL CABRAL THOMAS BYRNE ROBERT BYRNE 123 KAREN BUCK KAREN E. BUCK 52 Newland Rd. 6-21-59 Survival — Are we lost? A.O.E. 7-17-76 J.T. B.L. L.L, D.C. L.B. S.R. L.W. L.A. Koalies hate Quantas The Sponge Florida, ' 75 Symmes N.A.J.A. the School, Rocky Mountain High — R.M. I finally made it! RICHARD BRUSGULIS 80 Trowbridge St. 4-22-59 Rick Kevin, Tony, Steve, Scott, Tom . . . Tom ' s Bomb . . . Friday night . . . U-tum . . . York, Maine . . . Eric ' s Club . . . Up all night . . . April 23, ' 76 . . . Parties . . . Hitch Hiker . . . Give ' em the Bird . . . The Nights the Lights Went Out . . . Book ' n . . . Rte 2 . . . God Knows You ' re a Dummy . . . Lake Winnipesaukee . . . Sailing . . . Getting stuck . . . Cruisin . . . Football. DENICE BROUILLETTE 92 Hemlock St. 3-23-59 Dede, " D " Maggit, Deed Time to be Happy is Now! . . . oldies cruzing EMLC . . . Wanna Buzzzz KCCDSF Cronins? . . . Scituated Seawall 1-4-3 . . . Eddie-Hoto-Ethel . . . talks . . . Summer ' 75- ' 76 . . . P. Pot . . . lost Contacts ... Jr. Semi . . . Kerin Bermuda Sun- rise R.C.A.F. April ' 76 . . . Donna-Woof Rodney! . . . Dreams . . . Harmony Hill . . . " for the good times " . . . Gin . . . Gold . . . Jonathan Swifts . . . Spaced . . . Scuba-Duba . . . Funky . . . Pet ' s ours! ROBERT BURTON 81 Kensington Pk. 4-16-59 RICHARD BRUSGULIS DENICE BROUILLETTE 124 KEVIN BROOKS 12 Grafton St. 3-17-59 Football, Basketball, baseball, . . . Rick, Tony, Steve, Tom, Scott . . . Don ' t forget Brian . . . Tom ' s bomb . . . The big U-tum . . . close call . . . York, the club . . . The night the lights went out . . . the torrent rain. ELIZABETH C. BROOKS 188 Jason St. 2-15-59 Soph. Capers . . . the good, the bad, and the ugly: 2AM? and Riv. Bio, Euglena, Monahan: 6-21-74. LaCrosse (Windsprints?) 0-10; Tall Snips; Cape w Res . . . Midnight Blue. Toroto- mystics and snow, Scarsdale and the Big A. Student Council 4 years? Fiddler, Turn Back! Harmonettes, attack at Town Meet- ing, the blackmail tapes; March to a different drummer! PAULA BRESCIA 65 Brattle St. 4-10-59 Summers at Marshfield . . . 5th road . . . Second Society . . . " More Today Than Yesterday " . . . Andy, Doug ' s House . . . The Band . . . my psychiatrist . . . Mother, Judgs, and Speed . . . Little One . . . Boys ' Gymnastics . . . Joe ' s House . . . Being one of the guys . . . Being accused of skipping when Mom works here . . . 30 ' s corridor . . . Freshman year . . . Rocky . . . Junior Prom. ROBERT BRENNAN KEVIN BROOKS PAULA BRESCIA ELIZABETH BROOKS II ROBERT E. BRENNAN 140 Decatur St. 1-4-59 MAUREEN BRADY 8 Surry Rd. 12-25-59 BARBARA BRADY 8 Surry Rd. 12-28-59 Barbie V. Basketball, V. Track . . . 440 ' s, V. Field Hockey . . . itis. bring a friend, GTMF, windsprints. Summer of ' 76 . . . Nerstead Killer. Blazing Trail Funt. Drakes and Sleeping Out. Jr. English, The only way to have friends is to be one. CHARLES BOYAJIAN 22 Barlett St. 8-17-59 KAREN BOUVIER 98 Woodside Ln. 4-4-59 Bouv Jr. Prom ' 75, 3:30 A.M., Cafe Escadrille. Summer of ' 76, Maine, Liz ' s Parties, Winchester, John ' s Graduation Party, BL, Richfield Rd., sweater, " Time in a bottle, " Webster St. S.O.B., Woburn coffee breaks, deep sea fishing, McDonald ' s, " Break up to make up, " 11-22-75, Large. I I MAUREEN BRADY CHARLES BOYAJIAN BARBARA BRADY KAREN BOUVIER 125 THOMAS BOURQUE LAUREN BOUDREAU KAREN BOUDREAU ANN BOUDREAU THOMAS E. BOURQUE 43 Palmer St. 5-6-58 Tom 028-44-6009 Homeroom . . . Volunteer Army ... 75 PIO . . . SCSM. LAUREN BOUDREAU 163 Forest St. 11-18-59 M.W. Party . . . The Party Gang E.D.M.C.E.M.B. . . .Survival Pine Tree Party Palace . . . T.VB.BB. SB. . . . Kangamangus Hgwy. . . . M.D.C. Boggie . . . Nights at Nahant . . . Lone Ranger, Tonto, Dapper, . . . Seabrook . . . finally made it . . . Good times will never be the same . . . Dream Colorado ' 77 My little soldier boy Tom. KAREN BOUDREAU 17 Marathon St. Play that funky music! Good thing the sun ' s back in my life. Thank God for saving my life and my super great Gib ' s lim too, for me. Since I ' m still living, " the bitch is back, " ain ' t ya lucky? shake, shake, shake. MARY LOU BOUCHER 47 Spy Pond Lane 7-16-59 Butch July 27, ' 75. Canada August 27, ' 77. As tears go by. Wayne Par- ties. Our old wall. Summer of ' 75, ' 76. Babins Lake. Our old street hockey games. The car in the Pond. K. M. P. Church retreat. Oldies. The Boys ' Club Mardigras. Birthday parties at Beth Ann ' s. GINA BONHOMME 14 Brattle Terrace 2-19-59 Going to Australia, . . . Bozo, . . . Cutter and Menotomy Pre- school, . . . Good old days at Tae-Sho, Old and New H.O.T.S., Mac ' s, . . . " You can ' t always get what you want, " . . . Homeroom with Blasi, . . . Stockbird, . . . " Knits, " Ian 1, ' 75, . . . Veronica and Paul, . . . Red Convertible, . . . Queen, . . . Juice and Crackers, . . . Aku with Janine, . . . " Wouldn ' t it be nice. " JULIE BLASI 89 Oakland Ave. 1-1-59 012 54 2886 Australia . . . Beyond Cognito ... As the Field Floods . . . Rat Patrol . . . confetti . . . this Quebec . . . " Drunk Last Night " . . . The bus ' hand . . . windows . . . Waltzing Mathilde . . . Back Blackboard . . . Withers in Germany! . . . Homeroom Mail, Inc ... ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP- QRSTUVWXYZ . . . Geschwindigkeitbegrenzung . . . Gina and hmrm. B I MARY BOUCHER GJNA BONHOMME GREG BLAGDEN 34 Hutchinson Rd. 9-17-59 Blag Hey, remember Curly ... Up the shack . . . Soccer, Basket- ball, Golf . . . Sox ' 75 . . . at the Club . . . cruisin . . . Lefty . . . Baseball down the Parallel, down the Cape, . . . wopin it . . . the Celtics . . . S.C.G. . . . Basketball down Fowls . . . KAREN BISHOP 14 Highland Ave. 11-5-58 K.B. Good times in Mr. Surabian ' s; Lunch Dessert with Sarah; 1 . . . 2 . . . 3 . . . I ' m Out: Good bye Janet . . . A.; Ma, I mate it; Good-bye, Arlington High and Butterick ' s; California, look out! MARY C. BINELL 104 Lancaster Rd. 9-2-58 Thanks to " Love, " Mrs. Buzzotta, and " Fin " . . . never forget; art room, 4-18-75, " Keats " Chevelle, Jr. Prom, Cape Cod MaryLou N.H. Halifax, 4 ' 11 " M.V.G.R.M.L. " If Sr. Prom " Stang " Convertible, Afro 2-23-75 Kevin C. I ' ll Love you as long as there lingers a Song ' n the sky has a single star. ANN BOUDREAU 67 Quincy St. 12-16-59 JULIE BLASI GREGORY BLAGDEN MARY BINELL 126 GAIL BIBEAU 21 Old Middlesex Path 4-3-59 The High School, Stratton, The Cape, Summer of ' 76, Beebs, The Beach Boys, " Stairway to Heaven, " Mexican Glove Dance, The Ringman, Oh Really!, Aerosmith, McDonalds . . . Big Macs, 1 Drive Much, Hill Top Restaurant with B.B., Horseback Riding, Driveins, Algebra 2 Class . . . Our Comer, Hello, Bebe, Good Times, T.B., P.G., E.C. I DENISE BlANCHl 370 Ridge St. 7-4-59 Bink j J.V. Cheering, Majorettes, Farm, High School, Maine . . . Tips ! and Points, bagged, Wally 4-18-75, " Cuz, " Semi Formals, Pro- ms, Pam ' s car, McDonald ' s, Hydrox, drive-ins, Pinto, Lakes, I pardon me but . . ., DBJ, Senior Class Secretary, Russell, con- 1 vo ' s. Bionic Eye, " How Long?, ' SC, Brenda, P.M., S.J., Palooch, D.M., E.G., C.K., G.F. ’ GEORGE BERBERIAN 209 Broadway 8-31-59 Jake .1 Tourque ' em up with the Bird . . ., 400 No Nox, Splish splash i; Giving a bath in Auto Shop. ' i CAROL A. BERBERIAN 6 Gray Circ. 10-23-59 Party!, 7-14-75, Brian, Sousa ' s House The Who, Frampton, Yes, RM, Bong, Check ' em out! 13th, The Park, The Cape, " Do You Feel Like I Do, " " Honky Tonk Blues, " HP, Toc-Toc, Stephan, Sleeze, Nance, Cold Duck, Heineken, The Cliffs, Breslin ' s, Live Free and Live for Ever. COREY JAME S BENSON 3-B Harvard St. 3-24-59 Ben (Ann Noviello 5-24-75), Schlitz in it, Harley-D by ' 79, Beer Bel- lies . . . BBB The Good Life . . . Thanks for the Parties People, Mrs Doyle ' s Class 1, A lotta years with Ann, Cruzin Down the Ave . . . out front party ' n. The Boys, Schmuffin ' 77 best damn class, (Say Hi) Graduation Day Party . . . Later. JOSEPH MICHAEL BELLOFATTO 115 Lake St. 12-29-59 Joe The Wall, The Manor, Futo, Ramon, Rico, Cockroach, G.F.R. ' 74, Foghat, Party with Marty, Ants vs. the Dirt, Jr. Prom?, Jaf, Bishop with Bullet and co., so much, soccer, bagged. Stump ... A night at the fights, buttons for Babe, good friends . . . ' great times I ' m just sssooo happy, suckin ' down the briskies. FRANCIS X. BELL 55 Westminster Ave. 3-7-59 Frank . My car, M.C. and Ocean Park, Me. ' 75 ' 76 Rockport David Feldman ' s law classes 1 2 Homeroom Rebuilding my first motor. Parties Friday Nights . . . " Catch you Later " . . . " Some see things the way they are and ask why; 1 dream things that never were and say why not. " CAROLYN BELL 109 Hillside Ave. 2-22-59 Who Concert 4-1-76 ... Is that Al? . . . No left Turn . . ., the Cape . . . Cockle Cove Beach . . . Brendan ' s Parties . . . New Year ' s ' 76 . . . Peter ' s Cellar . . . " the Smoking Room " . . . Summer of ' 73 . . . Belmont . . . Waterville Valley . . . the Park Parties . . . Poets . . . J. Geils . . . Kenny N.H. . . . Paranoid . . . Joe 4-1-76. [ ERIC BELEY 126 Paul Revere Rd. 4-23-59 Beetle I The Res, Hibert, Party Gold, Woburn New England Dragway, Black magic Vega Lake Ossippee, getting a Buzz at S.T.E.P., Water skiing, The Hobbit, Animals, Carol, Black Sabbath, Dirt Bikes, True Love, The good old days. GAIL BIBEAU CAROL BERBERIAN CAROLYN BELL GEORGE BERBERIAN DENISE BIANCHI COREY BENSON iiiiiiiM JOSEPH BELLOFATTO FRANCIS BELL ERIC BELEY 127 LAWRENCE R. BEHAN 161 Wachusetts Ave, 9-23-59 Larry I want people to bow as they see me and say he is gifted with poetry, he has seen the presence of the Creator. And the Creator gave me a shot of his presence to gratify my wish, so as not to cheat me of my yearning for him. — Allen Ginsberg. GALE BECKWITH 49 Hodge Rd. 4-7-59 What are you, nuts . . . smile . . . Breslin . . . Project parties . . . C.B.A.H.B.P. . . . Pond . . . Bishop ' 71- ' 74 . . . 2B at Symmes . . . Crazy . . . Paul McCartney Concert . . . CLOB- SATA . . . K.OB . . . Pulls a fast one . . . Nursing . . . Fio ' s gym class . . . teethmarks . . . T. Kutulski . . . Kids from Watertown . . . Walshy . . . Thank you, M. and D. CYNTHIA J. BECK 34 Glen Ave. 8-18-59 Cindy The " Broad Squad " of L.A. . . . Big party up Cook ' s . . . R.B. forever . . . Eight days a week. CYNTHIA BECK MARIE BEAUCHAMP MARIE BEAUCHAMP 26 Franklin St. 7-14-59 The Who . . . " Time " . . . July 4th . . . SAS . . . The Kinks . . . Summer of ' 76 . . . Why should I care ... No more look- ing back. B FREDERICK BEAUCHAMP MICHAEL BEATON FREDERICK J. BEAUCHAMP 26 Franklin St. 7-14-59 Fred Chaos Reigns . . . The Porch . . . 7-4-76 What a Party it was . . . Beatlemania . . . April 1, ' 76 the Who Concert . . . Re- member SAS. Wings Over America Concert . . . BaBa O ' Reilly . . . Babbling . . . Basketball . . . Schoolboys in Disgrace . . . Good Morning Little Schoolgirl . . . Sweet Jane . . . Quad- rophenia . . .Walkout . . . Schooldays were the happiest days of your life. MICHAEL J. BEATON 110 Newport St. 10-5-59 Mick, week up, Falmouth and S.M.V., " Valerio saw a snake, " Foodmaster ' s parties. Big V ' s Christmas Party, Shut Down, C. Bing, " I want to go home, " Menotomy, Homeroom, F.O. MICHELLE BATTITE 30 Berkeley St. 11-29-59 Lynne, Diane, Janet ' s Halloween Party, Lynn, Lisa, Tina, New Hampshire, Denis, Fran, Farm, Trudie, Mark, The Marines, Quebec, Toronto, Shelly, Singapore Sling, Coming in after 3 AM, Jimmy, Navy, Dawne, Rose ' s Leopard underwear, Willie ' s car, Freddie ' s tiny secret, a Harvey Wallbanger, Joey, Mom and Dad, Billy, Shelly, Christrain. AMY BARTHOLOMEW 50 Academy St. 4-9-59 It is useless for the sheep to pass resolutions in favor of veg- etarianism while the wolf remains of a different opinion. MICHELLE BATTITE AMY BARTHOLOMEW 128 RAY BARRY 10 Field Rd. 11-11-59 Suds Menotomy Rocks Park, Wig ' em. Watch ' em disappear, Orty, Tom and the Truck, Dig remember 6-3-76, 454, Once played V. Football, Thanks, Ike, The Glen, All-Nighters, Crispy Critters, Harvard Club, 4th of July, Zuck, Falcons, One good one, Albie, wanna go swimmin!. Hockey Games Summer of ' 76. PATRICIA JEAN BARRY 35 Fox Meadow Lane 12-31-58 Trish Stratton Park . . . High School . . . Trips to NewtonJ?) . . . " whoa! " . . . Soap Opera ' 76 . . . gold sweaters followed by commercials . . . " be cool " . . . Symmes strippers on 2N par- ties . . . Jimma . . . McDonalds . . , ' Fame ' . . . Cumberland Farms . . . " that was good . . Annabelle . . . ESI . . . Cut- lass Supremes . . . Room 81 . . . The nonchalant . . . bagged . . . JT concerts . . . " It ' s debatable. " . . . scruff . . . E.C., P.G., G.B., D.C. KATHLEEN BARRY 84 Gardner St. 11-4-58 Kathy Good times in York Beach, Maine . . . N.F.P. . . . Summer of ' 73 , . . Projects . . . L.A. . . . Cherry Park ... A dream goes on forever . . . Who concert . . . my birthday party in the park . . . wine . . . broad squad . . . what can you say. WAYNE BARRETT 525 Summer St. 3-13-59 School . . . parties . . . Friday Nights . . . Monday morning . . . Period 1 no way ... up the wall every night . . . party much . . . B.S.B. . . . Make it in the later years . . . But stay high . . . C.B. B.S. R.C. D.R. RAYMOND BARRY KATHLEEN BARRY PATRICIA BARRY WAYNE BARRETT RICHARD BARRETT 76 Warren St. 7-3-59 SIMA BARMAKIAN 30 Brantwood Rd. 9-25-59 N.E. District Before them . . . To wonder is to begin to under- stand . . . football . . . Central people ' s ways . . . Swift . . . June 18 . . . Gorgeous Eves . . . Island . . . mp rd-Vr cp-Ax . . . Swim team — best losses . . . Gbyso drummer . . . Or- chestra, all the brass section . . . Toronto snow . . . N.Y. sax Quebec Scott-f camp 8th Rick-b , . .Bio and Chem classes . . . Bicentennial Beer . . . Arlex . . . mvi can be real life. SUZANNE BARATTA 138 Ridge St. 11-30-59 Sue Summer of ' 74 . . . Co-Captain swimming . . . Camp Blazing Trail . . . Funt . . . Drakes . . . kitchen at 3 AM . . . Tom ' s Teams . . . Shalom, all my friends till we meet again. THOMAS BANKS 210 Park Ave. 10-24-59 JOYCE ELIZABETH BALICH 296 Summer St. 12-6-59 Track . . . Mr. D. . . . J.N. . . . mit ... so many . . . Yackers . . . fall . . . T.V. . . . Winter Carnival . . . 6.7. ROXANNE BAKER 20 Exeter St. 10-21-58 SUZANNE BARATTA SIMA BARMAKIAN JOYCE BALICH ROXANNE BAKER 129 GEORGE AWISZUS DONNA ATKINSON JACQUELINE AMOS CHARLES ATLAS GEORGE AWISZUS 359 Summer St. 9-22-59 Weasel Summer St. Kid . . . Boys ' Club in the fall . . . Cross Country . . . Rest Area . . . moral victory of one win in 3 years . . . kept happy and busy playing basketball ... V. Hoop . . . bombsquad . . . Lewk! bite the bullet . . . really bit . . . oper- ation brownie . . . homeroom ' 76 was best . . . math was al- ways easiest . . . Hopeful future in Civil Engineering. CHARLES R. ATLAS 70 Bates Rd. 10-19-59 V. Eootball DE 82 . . . Lookout . . . Chris . . . Tom . . . Mitch . . . Rab . . . Ikem . . . Fitzy . . . Bich ' em . . . Nubby , . . Tony . . . BoBo . . . Cusie . . , Jay . . . Spaz . . . Paul Jr. . . . CTC . . . Pressbox 1 and 2 . . . High School . . . Freakum . . . Get ' em . . . Goofy . . . Bzzzz . . . No check bums . . . Freshman B . . . Overnighters . . . Tourney Games . . . Homeroom . . . The East . . . Arlington High — always number 1. DONNA ATKINSON 6 Parker St. 4-29-59 Eddie . . . D. A.S.L.M.J.M. . . . Thorndike, ' 76 . . . 2 in 1 . . . T.T.M., M., N., Party down, be happy . . . bad situations . . . J.S.F. . . . The Club . . . beyond . . . Ashby . . . M.B.C. . . . Show Me The Way . . . crazy chics . . . Lo ' s house . . . Coke . . . TicToc . . . Frampton . . . Spaceshot . . . the Eldo Babe . . . Dee . . . " Realllly " , . . Why should love die? JACQUELINE AMOS 34 Richfield Road 4-1-59 Jackie The park . . . Steven . . . Suey . . . Weasel . . . Burnt . . . Mike ' s room . . . party . . . Irene ' s buzzin . . . Brezlin . . . Project parties . . . Jo ' s visit . . . Bong — did a bong bong bong . . . Legs . . . Hi, occifer . . . check ' em out . . . wanna fool around . . . the Viking at CD and Billy killed us . . . The Who . . . Yes . . . Junior year . . . Thanks, Mr. C. . . . MTEHSCQ. MATTHEW ALPHEN y STEVEN ALLAN THOMAS ALDRED TRENT ALEXIS MATTHEW GERARD ALPHEN 16 Plymouth St. 3-14-59 The 88 . . . close one . . . Cape Poll . . . beach . . . What . . . homeroom . . . ZP . . . comer . . . Alpine . , . Walden . . . Hill ' s . . . guardrail . . . 510 . . . Headon . . . Edgar . . . Camaro 130 . . . Chuck . . . Abbs . . . Beats . . . Valer . . . SHL . . . beard . . . Guzzi . . . Kev . . . Moose . . . Ray . . . King. STEVEN ALLAN 104 Rawson Road 5-13-59 Dupp Decent music . . . Black Sabbath . . . Aerosmith . . . Jethro Tull . . . Led Zeppelin . . . Foghat . . . Hampton Beach . . . Cambridge Res . . . Joe ' s . . . Electronics . . . Mr. Neal . . . Gerbrands Co. . . . Fenway Park . . . bleachers . . . Sox ' 75 . . . Senior year was excellent . . . Man. TRENT S. ALEXIS 50 James St. 6-19-58 Good times in grill class with Miss H . . . the card games in old hall and during Mr. D ' s study . . . good old Flash ' s English class . . . Junior Semi-Formal the best . . . Salisbury Beach . . . Passing History with Mr. Storlaz . . . Senior Year . . . Quig ' s Gym Class ... I will never forget A.H.S. THOMAS R. ALDRED 33 Fremont Ct. 4-20-59 Drac., Bird 9-17-76 Marueen . . . My small parties . . . small juiced . . . tank . . . Woodya-ya Coodya-ya Doodya-ya Sheebaa, you don ' t lie . . . The Gee . . . Millers . . . M.M. . . . projects . . . good times . . . Projects and Bulby ' s Gee . . . Moe . . . Plattsburg, N.Y. good party . . . Good times with Maureen. 130 RONALD MICHEAL ALBERTS 269 Lowell St. 8-6-58 Ron, Houie parties at Camp Queezy . . . John . . . Jenny . . . Frannie . . . Good times with Frannie . . . 9th grade gym . . . The red Bar- rens . . . the man . . . Route 93 drags . . . August 20th . . . Mouie, Wouie, Flouie parties in a ' 61 Ford. JAMES F. ALBERTINI 32 Buena Vista Road 7-25-59 Track 3 . . . Walden . . . Shawshien . . . Wilderness . . . Kids at Bracket School . . .Jim Dunn 7th grade . . . Shawn McCa- den BSA . . . Boys at the Farm . . . Steve Labriola 9th grade . . . Track Team 10th grade . . . East Arlington 11th grade. JOHN J. AHERN 7 Berkeley St. 6-23-59 John Jimmy ' s Steer House and Parties . . . G.O. Graphics . . . Summers in Green Harbor . . . Cruising in my ' 67 Chevy . . . Trips to Washington, D.C. and Charleston, S.C. . . . C.A.P. IRENE AHERN 246 Broadway 6-17-59 The park . . . Nights up J.A. ' s and C.W. ' s houses . . . T.D. ' s problems . . . " Is my nose allright? " . . . friends . . . bullet . . . squirel . . . fluff fluff girl . . . leech . . . briUo . . . Hi, I . . . Anem . . . Hi, officer . . . Ben . . . Kelly . . . Sean . . . Pippi Longstocking . . . Anna . . . Mom . . . Dad . . . Kathy . . . To love is virtually to know; to know is not virtually to love . . . thanks. RONALD ALBERTS JOHN AHERN THOMAS AGOSTINO 150 Gardner St. 9-26-58 Augie Project parties . . . Bulb ' s pub . . . Plattsburg, N.Y. . . . Re- vere . . . History, junior year . . . wow, it ' s plastic . . . J.V. baseball sparking them up . . . hockey? . . . Going down the Cape 5AM . . . good party at the prom, small party with Paula. ELLEN-JEAN ADAMS 51 Decatur St. 9-23-59 God grant me the Serenity to accept the things I cannot change. Courage to change the things 1 can, and Wisdom to know the difference . . . Grace Chapel . . . O.B.C. . . . Summer of ' 76 . . . New Hampshire . . . The Weirs, moonshire. Boat rides, Maine, Old Orchard, " The Captain, " Heartfelt memories then and now . . . Gary. SANDY ABBOUD 27 Fox Meadow Lane 7-28-59 New Year ' s Eve ' 75, partying up the Cove, Summer St., Lockes blackout. Tower ' 74, Stratton, block parties, cruisin ' with M.O., Honds, nobody knows but Shirley, the Who, Kashmir, A . . . wooh, check ' em out, allnighters. Keg parties, Shirley ' s Nova, the Ba, Frampton. DAVID WILLIAM ABBOTT 28 Tanager St. 5-27-59 Dave Homeroom, Matt, Charlie, Mike Cross Country . . . Bill, Ed . . . JV BasketbaU and busride . . . John, Bink. Proms . . . Sue . . . Work . . . Central Square . . . High School . . . Baseball JV . . . Cardinals . . . Charlie . . . Pizza Palace . . . Gus . . . Green Machine Totaled . . . Reflections . . . Bill ' s Lounge . . . Dances . . . Pitching Nickels in 80 ' s . . . Bill, Steve . . .It ' s Been Real. THOMAS AGOSTINO DAVID ABBOTT JAMES ALBERTINI IRENE AHERN ♦a SANDRA ABBOUD 131 3nlTlttn irmin $co l SX[ar xs 3uly Uy ' UnC 2 y §cc va ooWe A)ds avin goo . colt agooJ brcjl cr U x b lh« rcs{ cj Xt 1 1 5ur aUo a very jjeeJj friend. 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Waving 5 ni in Ihc hrme S easiixg Uill atuii le cacbin9 jSfrainin? kk strong mierous kcbllkcns’cjfcs living of its all k Vri blcti lik Hself i kng saMgof an awlumn ewning ..lUld illaminalcs o«r bcorts fcwacr . Dianne ropscr ict Jlaren makas all realize boai vJonWful il " iJas la sec l c sun rise each bay onb lo IhinK af H?al boy as an ttbvenJure . bub sucb spiril anb aesl for mrgibiH5 4« bib - anb Ikuglj sb« is nu longer us IbinK k kael b euetyane uUb W uz4n special anb Ibal can never bie. fmner hach r 135 To the class of 1977 As you may have noticed, the senior house office has been pretty busy throughout the year, and 1 have not always had as much chance to sit down and talk with each of you about your present lives, your hopes and your dreams, as 1 might have liked. But now, with a page in your yearbook, 1 finally have a chance to say some of the things that I might have talked about with each of you, had there been more time. I have known many of you for three years now. That is a long time and many things have happened. 1 have seen you grow and change. We have gone through a gross of kleenex boxes together. We have had some hassles and some rough times. It sometimes seems like 1 only saw you when something went wrong or when one was in trouble. Sometimes you saw me angry and distracted — But what 1 hope for each of you, and what I have been working for these past three years, is that you will leave here able to take responsibility for yourselves. In whatever situation you go onto from here — whether it be work, higher education or the service — you won ' t have a housemaster for the teacher to send discipline slips to. What you do will be up to you. Whatever field you choose, I wish you all a very happy and successful future. Senior Housemaster Henry Toczylowski More than 2,000 years ago Plato said, " the direction in which education starts a person will determine their future life. " For many, Arlington High School has been a solid start — for a few; troubled times which will necessitate immediate re-evaluation. The past three years have brought new experiences — and with them — difficulties. Have you faced these problems, or turned your backs and minds to them? Your primary responsibility is to yourself. Merely wishing them to disappear without attempting a solution is cheating yourself. Take an honest look and assess your position after twelve years of formal education. Will you blame others for your shortcomings or will you realistically deal with them? It ' s too easy to toss blame around like you would a hot potato. If you have not accepted responsibility for your life by now, it will become more arduous as the years fly by. I have seen you mature through your relationship with other students and faculty members. I have had the good fortune to be associated with each of you. You have become a permanent part of my life — something I will cherish for the rest of my years. " Look not mournfully into the Past. It comes not again. Wisely improve the Present. It is yours. Go forth to meet the shadowy Future, without fear, and walk manly with heart. " Sincere Congratulations to You All. Richard D. Collomb Assistant Senior Housemaster Wishing you the blessings of peace, love, and happiness always. Mary P. Camerlengo Senior Secretary 136 f ' OCTlEAlLIL Bottom L.to R.: John Giannopoulos, Ron Sliney, Rich Sliney, tn-capts. .Keith Moran, Brian Dooley, Scott Nyberg, Charles Atlas, Robert Brennan, Paul Eichelroth, Dave Ludka, John Zanis, Mike Lavery, Steve Geldart. First, L. to R.: Chuck Salemme, Jim Caddigan, Rich Gallante, Jack Sullivan, lohn Gallagher, Jan Bialack, Mark Collins, Joe Curran, Dave Keating, Chuck Keveney, Kevin Brooks, water boy: John Briar, Second L. to R,: Greg Doyle, Bill Shea, Simon Hatinoglou, Dave Peduto, Brian Hilferty, A1 Mucci, Steve Bezrah, Bob Largenton, Frank DiCregorio, Mike Collins, Dick Patterson, Bill Shea, manager: Dan Hirsch. Third, L. to R.: Kevin Roche, Peter Lavery, Steve Gallagher, John Crockett, Jim Healy, Barry Munroe, Rich Flynn, Chip Ryan. Fourth, L to R.: Keith Messenger, Mike Curran, Chuck Blomquist, Dennis Napoli, John Dichaut, Ron Valeri, Bill Curcio, Fd Smith. Courtesy of Flia Studio. 138 139 ' ■JWw y CIMEIEICILIEaVIDIEKS Standing L to R: Susan Jean, Debbie Maffe, Cindy Murray, Gigi Fioravanti, and Debbie Pecci. Kneeling L to R Donna Pennino, Paula Neri, Diane Ciacia, Maureen Tighe. Co-captain Andrea Russo, Advisor Pauline Finberg and Co-captain Pette Feeley .ilssilt Camp 76, George, bagged, shaving cream. Districts, Ribbons, John-Panthers, Baby Power Fog, Westies, Fido, Washing the walls, Mike Randy, I say — say goodbye to that spirit stick, Eli ' s coming, the Pyramid, Rooster, Hysterics at 1 Bicent-Boogie, Spirit 1,2, 3, 4, Variations, Cardinals are great. Tune in. Friends we are. There ' s only one Finn, you ' re the best. Love forever, the 11 of 77. 143 1st row, L to R: CoCapts; Joe Bellofatto, Terry Goodhue. 2nd row, L to R: Bob Stein, Greg Blagdon, John McTagne, Mark Haroutunian, Tom Banks, Steve Bush, Steve Haddad, Steve Antonakas, Jim Doherty. 3rd row, L to R: Asst Coach Peter Drench, Leo Lanzillo, Ed Bush, Steve Fratello, Mike Eleftheriou, Jim Cummings, Mike Marchetti, Bill Weinstein, Joe Pecci, Tom Lee, Dave Calcaterra, Karsten Georgi, Bob Day, Rudy Callejas, Coach Kevin Giroux. 4th row, L to R: Chris Hughs, Bill Hamizides, Steve McCarthy, Adam Barmakian, Don Coombs, Ted D ' Amico. Missing: Mike Donovan, Shawn Sullivan, Mark Diaz, Joel Taves, Peter McTague, Dan Cotter, Ken Rahilly, Jim Carney, Gary Demopoulos. S€CCIEIP Kneeling: Captain Karen Conners. Standing, L. to R; Lynne McNally, Sue Leccese, Sue Morel, Roberta McConnell, Denise Bianchi, Lynnette Delano, Jane Hegarty, Kathy Cabral, and Kathy Kelley. 147 nilEILID IH€€ll IEy L. to R: Kneeling — Karen Danaher, Gail Reardon, Peggy Mitropoulos, Pam Spencer, Ann Melly, Nancy Murphy. Standing — Karry Sullivan, Connie Coughlin, Barbara Brady, Marilyn Sotiriadis, Nancy MacPhee, Diana Steele, Kathy Danaher, Coach Jane McCivney Back Row (left to right) Robert Groom (manager), Bobby McCormock, Ronny Valeri, John Dickhaut, Camilo Santana, Chris Hughes and Coach John Cody. Middle Row (left to right) Ellen Mahoney (manager), Joe Curran, Dave Carlon, Frank Dig- regorio,’ Danny Lewko, and Diana Steele (manager). Front Row (left to right) Assistant Coach Tom Sheehan, Kevin Brooks, Mike Giunta, Co-Captains Bill Specht and George Awiszus, and John Reis. 152 rasrit SWIMMING L to R — Bottom: Co-captains Lynn Fitzsimmons and Judy Jefferson. First row: Maureen Duddy, Liz Gallant, Joanne Maher, Eileen Floar, Nancy Cutone, Donna McKenney. Second row: Kathy Spencer, Sharon Specht, Ursuzla Bialach, Lisa McKenney, Stephanie D ' Arcangelo. Third row: Maryann Fitzsimmons, Maryann Collins, Carla Fagen, Nancy Baratta, Maureen Sullivan. Absent from picture: Jean Landers, Carol Scannell, Kathy Marino, Coach Marilyn Steele, and Assistant Coach Mary Hogarty. CIC0SS coLNiricy Standing L to R: Linda Ciampa, Sharon Pickering, Peggy Baker, Eleanor Crowley, Susan Ciampa, Gitti Crowley, Lisa Galluzzo, Andrea LaFrance, Laura Dwyer, and Coach Tobie Geller. Kneeling L to R: Kate Deyst, Diana Kinosian, Liz Wright, Marilyn Rezendes, Anne McEleamey, Diane Snell, and Suzanne White. 156 Bottom, L. to R.: David Wine, Dave Abbott, David Carlon, George Awizus, Eddie Taylor, Billy Sears, Thomas Crowley, Sadanabo Ikemoto, Paul Dignan. Top L. to R.: Sean Lonergan, Gary Bush, John Costelli, Dan Awizus, David Kraus, Billy Crowley, Tom Awizus, Tom Daley, Camilo Santana, coach, James Kelley. Not present: Mike Long, Ben Quinn, Danny Madem. 158 L. to R.: Barbara Caparell, Chris Deshler, Jocelyn Kent, Lauren Boudreau, Liz Caterino, Kate Noonan. 160 H€CII IEy Back Row (left to right) Dick DeCaprio (Ass ' t Coach), Ray Barry (manager), Pat Lavery, Bruce Eichelroth, Brian Cadagan, Mike Messuri, Steve Smith, Joe Hurley, Albert Streter (manager), Paul McAuley (ass ' t Coach). Middle Row (left to right) A1 Mucci, Brian Igo, Peter Lavery, Donald DeCaprio, Steve Cameron, Brian O ' Connor, Paul Desmond, Mike Kilcoyne. Front Row (left to right) Bill Lyons, Doug DeCaprio, Paul Eichelroth, Mark Collins and Dave Keating (Co-Captaions), Keith Moran, Robert Brennan, Mike Lavery. 162 DAVSll IEiriDAILIL Back Row: Left to right: Ann Melly, Karen Danaher, Donna Patterson, Nancy Murphy, Connie Coughlin, Liz Caterino, Nancy McLane, Coach; Nancy McGuire. Front Row: Left to right: Ann O ' Brien, Barbie Brady, Co-Captains, Nancy MacPhee and Jocelyn Kent, Peggy Mitropoulos, Pam Spencer. 166 INID00IP TI0A0I0 Back Row (left to right) Brian French, Bob Bent, Paul Coates, Mark Fobert, Glenn O ' Connor, Ben Quinn, Keith O ' Connor, Dan Warren, Steve Fratello, Bob Day, Charles Kondo. Middle Row (left to right) Paul Oppedisano, Dave Kraus, Don Coombs, Ted DiMico, Robert Groom, Lou Barinilli, Jeff French, Charles Luka. Bottom Row (left to right) Keith Whitaker, Charles Quigley, Thomas Crowley, Bill Sears, Ed Taylor, Sadanobo Ikemoto. 168 170 Top row L to R: Bob McCabe, Dave Higgins, Jim Koenig, Jim Teevan, Stan Tosti, Coach Duggan. Third row L to R: Bob Stein, Rich Danton, Mark Matson, Ed O ' Toole, Paul McAskill, Phil Hollec. Second row L to R: Greg Wilson, Paul Baratta, Mike Long, Brian Lardan, Mike Derosiers, Jim Carpenter, Bob Wilson, Sterling Watson. Bottom row L to R: Steve Walkinshaw, Co-Captain Mike Cabral, Co-Captain Mike O ' Connell, Tom Lee. SWI HMIlNe Front row: O ' Neil, Brian Hilferty, Paul Rosenfield. Middle Row: Ed Powers; Assistant Coach, Steve Craig, John Corcoran, Joe Cronin; Assistant Coach. Back: Mr. Marrier. Not Present: Rich Vartanian, Greg Vartanian. erMN AST lies 172 Back Row (left to right) Suzanne White, Jennifer Cash, Beth Gallagher, Paula Pellegrino, Mary Ellen Copp, Joyce Cantrell, Deanna Cerundolo, Paula Shaughnessy. Front Row (left to right) Sarah Stoessel (Coach), Donna McKenney, Val DiFranco, Debbie Preston, Jean Flynn, Andrea Koumjian, Maureen Sullivan, Donna McEwen, Mary Lou Lee (Coach). 174 VOLUME 1, NO. 1 CLASS OF 77 MAY, 1977 Referendum Defeated; Students Boycott Classes On March 19, 1975, a few students walked out of classes to have a cigarette. Some students went out to enjoy the sunshine. Many walked out for lack of anything better to do. However, most of the students walked out to protest the defeat by town voters of a referendum proposing an addition to Arlington High School. For months, a group of concerned students had been carrying on a campaign for the replacement of the decrepit Building A and the in- stallation of adequate athletic facilities. The SOS (Save Our School) sup- porters were the real protestors, upset by what they felt was a real loss to the town and school. They felt that a mass walkout would demonstrate their anger and disappointment. Throughout the first two classes of the morning, organizers spread the word that there was to be a student walkout during third period. Many students went out to the front lawn at the appointed hour. The rest left after Mr. Fusco announced that he would not attempt to stop the boycott. Posters were made bearing slogans such as “Save Our School” and “This Building Is Condemned.” Much of the student population (2600) stood on the front lawn to protest. The rest stood on Mass. Ave. Con- sequently, police were called in to reroute the blocked traffic. Some students stood on parked cars and picketed while others started a classroom on the roof, complete with desks and textbooks. The higlight of the day proved to be a cameraman from Channel 4 News. Wherever he took his camera, he was followed by a huge hoard of students hoping to get on TV. After conferring with the rather distraught Mr. Fusco, the cameraman cast himself into the roll of the Pied Piper of Hamlin. He walked backwards into the high school, followed by hundreds of students. After many people were lured back to school by the cameraman, the walkout gradually broke up. Most students went home, and classes remained half-full at best. In September of 1975, another walkout was organized. This time, its purpose was to protest the institution of the 3-6-9 attendance policy. However, only one hundred students participated. Some were disgusted over the fiasco of the previous spring. Others decided to stay in because it was cloudy. Many students thought it foolish to protest a regulation that was devised to make students go to their classes by skipping those classes. Although none of the organizers of the first walkout were punished, many participants in the 3-6-9 walkout were suspended. Since then, no students have left school to protest an issue. Students walk out to protest the defeat of a referendum that would have given them better athletic facilities and replaced Building A. 177 Exhibitionism Becomes Fad At A.H.S, One of the few original fads of the 70’s caught on during our freshman year at AHS - streaking. Streaking consisted of slipping on a pair of sneakers and not much else and running ior dear life through a crowded area. This was clearly not a hobby for the mild and meek. One of the more famous streakers to go down in the journals of AHS history is Billy Reardon, who made a daring streak through the cafeteria during lunch, much to the delight ot students. Another streaker, Mark Bell, was a bit less successful in displaying his physique to the populous when he was tackled by Mr. Ralph Giobbe. Proms And Semis Class Of ’77 Who are you asking? What color is your dress? Who are you doubling with? Such is the jargon of a person on his way to a semi-formal or prom. Arlington High sponsors four of these thrilling events; a Junior prom and semi-formal and a Senior prom and semiformal. Our class is noted for its disastrous prom semi-formal Junior year. It seems that (God forbid) the planned date of our semi- formal interferred with the basketball schedule. Due to this major atrocity, the semi was postponed until March 19. This would have been wonderful except that the prom was only a month later. This bothered some Held For people terribly because if they had a lousy time going to the semi with a certain person and they wanted to go to the prom with someone else, they would feel like a creep for not asking the original person. Our class ended up dancing on each others toes because the proms and semi-formals were always held at places with microscopic dance floors. The Junior semi-formal was held at the Sons of Italy hall in Arlington (This was convenient for people who had to walk). The Senior semi-formal was held at the exciting Burlington Holiday Inn. Students were overjoyed to find that the “Poet’s Lounge” was conveniently located at the Holiday Inn but were distressed to see Mr. Collomb standing at the door. The Senior Prom is always held at that marvelously wonderful place, the Chateau DeVille. Students tend to have mixed feelings about these events. “I never saw so many drunk people in my whole life!” said one. “They are a hassle but 1 enjoy myself once I get there,” said another student. Many students seem to have the customs involved. “1 don’t know what color corsage I should get her and I hate wearing a suit,” claims one irate promgoer. However, most students seem to enjoy proms and semi- formals because they are a break from ordinary weekend partying. KDITOR Vaune Davis NKVVSVVKITERS Judi Paradis Julie Blasi Ellen Mahoney Ann O’Brien Susan Thompson Brenda Kenney Mary Beth Crockett Dan Carter Kristen Haines Amy Bartholomew Ellen Tierney COPY EDITORS Diana Steele Amy Bartholomew PHOTOGRAPHY EDITORS Amy Bartholomew Ellen Tierney ART EDITORS Pam Sweeny Jackie Pennine Arlington High School, Arlington,, Massachusetts Volume 1, No. 1. Published once annually by students of Arlington High School. Unless otherwise stated, articles reflect the opinions and research of the newswriters. 178 A student making a speech at the senior convention. “And the winner is Joe Snog.” Yes, once again someone is running for something - why else are people all of a sudden saying “hi” to you in the halls? Be it class president or senator, student council elections seemed to go on endlessly. In 1975-76 the Student Council officers included President Jeff Stein, Vice-President Jennifer Preston, and Secretaries Noreen Flynn and Jane Shaughnessy. However, they all graduated in 1976 and are of no concern to us, so we won’t mention them again in this article although they did seem to be decent individuals. We were fortunate enough to have classmate Terry Goodhue for Student Council Treasurer. The 1976-77 (That’s us) officers included President Barry O’Connor, Vice-President Betsy Brooks, Secretaries Susan Keane and Tricia Barry, and Treasurer Bob Stein. However, Bob belongs to the Class of ’78 and is of no concern to us, so we won’t mention him again although he seemed to be a decent individual. These hard-working, energetic types spent their time running around hysterically, organizing anything that stood still, including the Student Advisory, Interclub, Social, Orientation, Student Affairs, and Com- munications Committees. Our class officers, all seven of them, included Jr. Class President Larry Colella, Jr. Vice-President Paula Gilligan, Jr. Secretary Jane Hegarty, Jr. Treasurer and Sr. President Ricky Quarantello, Sr. Vice-President Tom Augustino, Sr. Secretary Denise Bianchi, and Sr. Treasurer Terry Goodhue. The main function of these class officers is to arrange proms and semi- formals. The Jr. class officers went about doing so in a rather interesting manner. It seemed that no matter what date was selected, it somehow interfered with (God forbid!) the basketball schedule. In addition to this, all sorts of problems erupted over trying to find an available hall. Finally, the Sons of Italy Hall in Arlington was selected which proved very con- venient for those who wished to take the bus or walk to the functi on. The Semi-formal was finally held on March 13, much to the dismay of students when they realized that the Prom was to be held a few weeks Students reveal their social habits A survey taken recently at Arlington High School showed sur- prising results about the social habits of students. Approximately 300 students were asked questions about their leisure time activities. Most kids felt they could pass for an older age. This is how the majority responded: MALES Age 15 16 17 18 Age they can pass for 16-17 18 18 18-19 FEMALES Age 15 16 17 18 Age they can pass for 16-18 18-20 18-21 18-21 Students were somewhat divided as lo the most popular places to go on their nights out. The movies attracted the largest amount with 24 percent. Other spots included parks with 20 percent, the more popular ones were Summer St., Robbins Farm, Spy Pond, Kelwin Manor and Stratton School, 15 percent went to parties, 12 percent went to the High School or Buttrick’s, 9.5 percent went night clubing. The remaining 20 percent went roller skating, cruising, to Harvard Square, or the Burlington Mall for a night out. The majority of kids went out in crowds of at least with three or four friends and preferred older kids or kids the same age for friends. Curfews were enforced for the majority. Eleven o’clock on weeknights and midnight on weekends were the most common curfews. Approximately 50 percent of all students have their licenses and are allowed use of a car often. This is a bit frightening when one sees that 83 percent of the kids surveyed drink alcoholic beverages. Six percent claim to be heavy drinkers, 50 percent drink often and 27 percent drink seldomly. Beer was the most popular alcoholic beverage consumed, with Miller, Michelob, Schlitz and Heinichen being named as the most popular brands. Some kids preferred mixed drinks such as tequila sunrise, tango, sombrero, and sloe gin. Continued on page 180 179 Fire Drill Plague Envelopes A,H,S, Most members of the Class of ‘77 can remember spending more of their sophomore year outside rather than in classrooms. The reason was a never ending plague of fire drills. For different reasons, certain stu- dents, delighted in pulling the alarms, much to the dismay of administrators who had to explain the interruptions to fire officials. Some students pulled them to protest the defeat of the referendum proposing an addition to the high school. Others pulled the alarms because everyone else was doing it. A few students claimed to have pulled fire alarms because of an uncon- trollable muscular spasm. The faculty, particularly the science teachers, seemed to dislike the fire drills. More than one teacher had to SOCIAL HABITS Continued from page 17 9 Only 20 percent of the students responding didn’t smoke, of the remaining 80 percent, 16 percent smoked constantly, 50 percent smoke rarely. Preferred brands of cigaretts included Marlboro, Winston and Newport. When students do stay home at night 33 percent watch the television, 24 percent have friends over, 21 percent do homework, 16 percent sleep and the remaining 6 percent listen to music. The six most popular TV shows are Welcome Back Kotter, Happy Days, Starsky and Hutch, M-A-S-H, Charlie’s Angels and Saturday Night. Music also was important to most people, with students divided evenly between a preference for hard or soft rock. Most kids have a stereo and the five most popular songs listed on the survey by kids were Stairway to Heaven, I Never Cried, If You Leave Me Now, Do You Feel Like We Do?, and Low Down. Thirty percent of the students have steady boy or girl friends and 33 percent date off and on. destroy a test that was interrupted during a fire drill, which had given the students time to discuss answers. Students had mixed reactions about the fire drills. Many hated the frantic race for coats and pocketbooks so they could go out in the cold. To hardier people, fire drills meant time to catch up on current gossip or to have a cigarette. Fire drills also did wonders for a boring class and developed the leg muscles of science students. Eventually, the administration man- aged to defea t the fire drill pullers. Bored students, enlisted from stuffy study halls, were stationed in front of every fire box. Not only was a new method of avoiding study halls invent- ed, but a cure was found for the plague of false fire alarms. Students as teachers They are all jumping around, enthu- siastically making suggestions and cor- rections. The center of their attention - a make- shift voting booth constructed froma cardboard box, and a tall, dark-haired, soft-spoken senior. They are sixth-graders at Hardy Elementary School. The senior is Peter Camm, one of the 22 A.H.S. students who tutor at primary schools through the Elementary Education Program. Since 1968, an ever-increasing num- ber of students at Arlington High have been leaving school under the direction of Mr. Arthur Botelho, and working with elementary school students. Elementary Education grew out of a suggestion made during a Science Slub meeting that high school students attempt to supplement the minimal amount of science taught at elementary schools. Volunteers would leave school either during fifth period studies or spend an entire day at a primary school instead of attending Arlington High. This method proved impractical but enthusiasm was high and an alternative was worked out. Elementary Education became a course. The course was so Student having an " Uncontrollable Muscular Spasm. " structured that for the first three weeks of the year, students attend classes, develop lesson plans, and learn how to teach effectively. Once this training period is completed, students are assigned classes in primary schools. Four days a week the students leave school after their fifth period classes and teach the grade school children. The fifth day is spent in a classroom discussion of events and problems encountered. Elementary Education is separate from the Teacher Aide program and the Child Care course. Many of the students enrolled in Elementary Education hope to enter the field of psychology, therapy or education. Some simply like children and enjoy being with them, and others find the course helps them to learn to relate to people better. Students grades are based on attend- ance, preparation of lessons presented to the class and evaluations by both the teacher of the elementary school class and Mr. Botelho. The class is open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Students are still required to have taken one year of science and one year of math before admitted into the program. 180 Administration Closes In On Truants; Students Fume Buttrick ’s Buttrick’s, no more. Yes, Arlington High School’s class of ‘77 was witness to the demise of Buttrick’s, not in body but definitely in spirit. You see, in early 1975 the name of our beloved Buttrick’s was changed to Brigham’s. The lovely old atmosphere that many came to appreciate weekend nights or during study halls was changed to a new, shiny, and very typical restaurant. Although the same atmosphere of drunken splendor is evident outside, the inside’s just not the same. In our hearts, it will always remain “But- trick’s.” A fear is prevalent at A.H.S. - a fear of doors. This fear is manifested by the fact that no one will wittingly open a door. Such fear has forced most students to search in vain for open doors. Often times students will try to squeeze through an open half of a swinging door, even if other people are going through it in the opposite direction. There is no need for such irrational fears. To overcome our fear of doors, we One of the more controversial policies introduced at AHS has been the 3-6-9 policy, later revised to 2-4-6. Everyone from Mr. Fusco to the custodians seemed to have some type of opinion on this subject, and it was usually pretty strong. The problem all started when the administration became increasingly aware of little holidays students began granting themselves. No one came on half-day Wednesdays, Prom days. Semi-formal days, days right before holidays, days right before vacations, or Senior Convention day. When the students began stretching this to include Mondays, every other Thurs- day, days beginning with the letter F, and the entire season of Lent, the ad- ministration retaliated. must first be able to recognize the enemy. A door is easily distinguishable from a wall, because it is easier to pass through a door than a wall ; there is no such thing as a wall knob. A door, however, is harder to pass through than a window, but going through a window is more painful, especially a third floor window. Doors also have another identifiable characteristic - handles. The only doors discussed will be Students soon learned to shudder at the numbers 3-6-9 which the adminis- tration used so effectively to pull us into shape. The policy went something like this: skipping three classes resulted in a warning to the student, six skips caused perturbed housemasters to contact the student’s parents, and should the student dare risk nine skips, he or she would find an “F” on his or her report card for the term. However, those beastly administra- tors didn’t stop there. In our senior year an even stricter 2-4-6 policy was instituted, filling students with increas- ed dread and fear and filling absence bulletins very sparingly. It is rumored that students caught skipping next year will be hung by their thumbs in Old Hall and forced to listen to Chemistry lectures. swinging doors. There are two sides to every swinging door - a push side and a pull side. The pull side usually has attached to it some type of handle; the push side doesn’t have a handle. It is very important to differentiate bet- ween the push and the pull sides of doors. Not only is it embarrassing to apply a push force to a pull door, it is quite lethal as well. The consequences aren’t quite so severe if one attempts to pull a push door. There are three principal categories of swing doors - the open swinging door, the closed swinging door, the half-open or half-closed swinging door, depending on the optimism or pessimism. The test for catagorizing a door is to try to run through the door. If you are rendered unconscious by your attempts the door is closed. If you weren’t harmed as you ran through the door, the door is open. If half of your body is entwined around a door while the other half is free, that door is partially open. Many techniques are used to open a door. One must always remember, however, that it is useless and totally redundant to try to open an open door. Methods of opening closed doors in- clude: The Kick, The Hip-Check, The Head, The Nureyev, and, most commonly. The Hand. When using these modes of door opening, it is essential to recall the difference between a push and a pull door. If one becomes confused and uses say The Kick method on a pull door, pain results. How To Open A Door 181 Lounge Opens F or Seniors Writer’s Workshop Forms The creative efforts of the Workshop will eventually be used in the school literary magazine. The first profession- ally printed magazine, Vibrations, was put out last year. Membership in the Workshop is open to anyone who cares to explore life in words. Ms. Belote, Ms. Gorman, and Mr. Filichia have encouraged an informal gathering of students presently known as the Writer ' s Workshop. At meetings, the students share their writing and offer constructive criticism. They also discuss entering contests and attending other workshops held in Massachusetts. ggSggSgSgSSS3SSgSSSSSS0SSSS8S3SS3S8gSgSgSSSSSS3SgSS8SS S.T,E,P,; Alternative Education Located in a storefront on Mass Ave. is the home for Arlington’s alternate high school — School To Employment Program or S.T.E.P. This program was originated several years ago for those students who were unable to cope with the impersonal, automated lifestyle of the high school and who could profit from a more personal, flexible program. Most of the students who enter the program are on the verge of dropping out and S.T.E.P. provides a way for them to finish high school and for some, to continue on to higher education. The program is run by John Lennon, who was one of the originators, and Peggy Dulany both of whom also teach classes. They are assisted by teachers. The program offers most of the traditional high school subjects and the students are free to take courses at the high school. The students have recently built a darkroom in the basement of their building and are planning to acquire cameras and through this equipment to learn how to take pictures and about darkroom techniques. Most of the students in S.T.E.P. enjoy it more and learn more than they did at the high school. They seem to really care about their school and how it is run, as is evidenced by their extremely active and concerned Student Council. For students who were on the brink of dropping out, S.T.E.P. has provided an en- vironment in which while learning they receive support so as to help them graduate from high school and into the world. The Senior Lounge was flooded during the summer of 1976 when rain catchers, placed over parts of the roof that were being repaired, failed to work. Water rushed through the opening in the roof of Building A, through the 20’s floor, and into the lounge. The rug shrank and the floor dissolved, making the lounge uninhabitable. The roofing company paid for all the damages caused by the flood. Mrs. Ortwein, advisor of the student council, said, “After what we went through last year in renovating, I was ready to slit my wrists. But this time we were lucky.” The floor was replaced, a new carpet was installed, and the lounge opened within a month. However, the lounge was not without further difficulties. The candy machine was broken into, the floor was littered with paper and soda cans, and petty gambling flourished. Mr. Fusco gave a “fireside chat” (ala Jimmy Carter) and the situation improved somewhat. The lounge was open to all seniors during their study periods. Besides socializing, seniors could engage in such activites as yelling, T.V. wat- ching, pinball, studying (rare), cards, and general horsing around. Harrassing underclassmen who dared to venture into the lounge was also a favorite pastime. John Lennon, Director of S.T.E.P. 182 How to handle ' your headmaster Sometime in your four corners of high school you will meet a man whom many refer to with varioios names, but is most commonly known as Mr. Fusco. Meeting Mr. Fusco could cause one to become slightly unnerved, for it’s not easy to explain why you became “a victim of society” to a total stranger. So, to aid the student in familiarization with his beloved head- master, The Fourth Estate decided to release some information on the life of George Fusco and some tips to avoid trouble in your inevitable rendez- vous. George Francis Fusco was born in the North End. He was the seventh of fifteen children born to Italian immigrants. He was educated through the Medford school system, doing fairly well in his studies and participating in varsity sports. Strange as it sounds, George was a considerable trouble-maker. But there was a teacher, a woman by the name of Miss Lynch, who took an interest in her Junior High Latin student, George Fusco. From there on, Mr. Fusco realized where he was headed in life. He attended Amherst College, participating in varsity baseball (cap- tain) and basketball. His majors were social studies and social sciences and he minored in languages. As for teaching experiences, Mr. Fusco has taught French, Italian, History and coached for various sports throughout his career. Then, as for many. World War II claimed our Mr. Fusco for three years (1942-45) as a member of the U.S. Navy on an aircraft carrier in the South Pacific. Returning to an entirely new set of students, George became Director of Physical Activities for t ee years, followed by teaching history once again. Then, in the early sixties, he took the job of Guidance Counselor. Some may remember when Arlington High became a four year school, with the addition of a Freshman Wing. At this time Mr. Fusco became Freshman Headmaster. It took four more years for Mr. Fusco to achieve his present position of Administrative Headmaster. TIPS 1. Try to meet or talk to Mr. Fusco before you are pushed into the office. 2. Don’t bother Mr. Fusco when he looks like he’ll kill the next person who talks to him. Wait until he’s in the halls or some other opportune time. 3. Say you’re responsible if you did wrong. Even if you are not going to be responsible, promise you will be. If you aren’t respnsible, you’ll be back, anyway. Promising responsibility saves problems in the first encounter. (NOTE: Between pages 14 and 20 in the Handbook, the word “responsible” can be found over 10 times. Take a hint. ) 4. Don’t complain about things he’s heard such as : a. hard teachers, b. too much homework, or c. not enough vacations. It’s useless to do so. 5. Telling him one of your ancestors had him for a teacher impresses him but it doesn’t help you. 6. Mention at least one good thing about either : a. him b. you, or c. A.H.S. Hopefully, this will help both Mr. Fusco and his future visitors. Mr. Fusco will, hopefully, keep his job for many years to come. Unknown to most of the students, he’s doing a good job. CLIP AND SAVE THIS ARTICLE. Space Cadets iLand On A.H.S. Fads come and go, and one of the most fleeting fads at AHS was the oc- curence of Space Cadets. What was a Space Cadet? Apparent- ly, their major purpose was wearing striped sneakers and acting cool. Some people at the time claimed that Space Cadets had no purpose, others said that Space Cadets were a secret underground organization, while still others claimed they were an attempt to break down the Jock-Rat battle even though most Space Cadets seemed to have jock tendencies. Space Cadet shoes The Interview, a success The lights dimmed as a blue aura covered the stage, violin music filled the air when suddenly white-faced, black-clothed bodies started filing down the aisles ... The Interview, the first play put on this year, had begun. However, it was not exactly a play but a fugue. This is a dramatization of a certain theme which is portrayed by a series of different acts, skits or monologues. The theme in this case was the categorization and futility of modern day life. The first scene consisted of four people being interviewed by a “machine”, made up of a group of actors. The action went on to show a governor double-talking a crowd, a dull instructor shouting orders at a group and a lonely, tragedy stricken girl at a party with unsympathetic people. The performance was excellently portrayed and thought-provoking as well. The Interview has recently been selected as Arlington High School’s submittal in the upcoming New England Drama Festival to be held this winter. We wish the cast and crew good luck, for we are sure they will do well. 183 Busriding Determined Hazardous ••Kemember,” instructed Kind- Hearted Soul, “when the bus comes, push, shove, kick, pommel, bite, and gnaw, because your life depends upon it.” “Why?” Unworldly Freshman asked, “Is riding on a bus that bad?” “Stand back, and watch the loading procedure of the first bus.” The scene which unfolded itself before Unworldly and Kind-Hearted was reminiscent of lunchtime in the cafeteria. Students punched each other, used books as clubs, kicked with lead-lined platform shoes. This viciousness was caused by the overwhelming desire to obtain a seat on the bus. Four hundred and eighty- three students were crammed into the bus, as it rumbled off, leaving behind the battle-wounded. “Do you think you can get on a bus now?” inquired Kind-Hearted. “I don’t think getting on will be so hard.” Unworldly replied, “I just hope I live until I reach my stop!” After an ar- duous scuffle, both Unworldly and Kind-Hearted procured a space on the bus. With one hand fused to the bar above him and the other hand ready to counter any attack. Unworldly discovered a disadvantage to busriding; there was no air inside the bus. “Is there any way to breathe?” gurgled Unworldly, unaccustomed to not breathing. “You take a deep breath as the doors open at each stop.” Kind-Hearted said, tightening his grip on the bar. As the bus rolled to a stop. Unworldly was swept away in the sea of departing students. Kind- Hearted had forseen being swept away and had held on tighter. As Unworldly rolled around on the sidewalk, where he had been deposited by the mob, he realized he was at his stop. When he finally regained his composure, he made a decision. Unworldly was determined never to ride on a bus again, he would walk back and forth to school. At least walking was conducive to life. Musicians Hold Exchange Concerts One of the more memorable events of the Arlington High School Music Department and one of its major goals every year was an exchange trip with another school for four or five days. In 1975, music students traveled by bus to Downscrew, Ontario, a suburb of Toronto. On the way up, buses were caught in a blizzard. Everyone still debates whether it was an eighteen or twenty hour trip. Perhaps the habitual announcement, “Five More Minutes!” caused the confusion. Upon arrival in Downscrew at 2:30 a.m., students were greeted by buckets of cold Kentucky Fried Chicken. However, few hosts remained to claim students and there was some confusion as to where everyone was going to spend what was the rest of the night. After settling in, everyone had a good time in Toronto. The two schools performed for each other and partied excessively. Weeks later, music students from Downscrew visited Arlington High and were reunited with their friends. They found AHS very different from their school. In 1976, music students again made an exchange, this time to Scarsdale, a suburb of New York City. The bus trip was only five hours long. However, one student saw little gain in time over the previous year as she was shown home movies of her hosts until 2:00 A.M. The two bands gave concerts by themselves and together. Many students were able to see New York City for the first time. The exchange concerts highlighted the year for many AHS music students. They were able to make friends in distant places and en- counter many different experiences. One group of Arlington students en- joyed the trip to Toronto so much that they returned to Donwscrew several months later to visit their friends. Basketball Team Renounces Sexism If nothing else, people cannot accuse the Class of ’77 of being sexist, thanks to the efforts of Ellen Mahoney, Diana Steele, and Brenda Kenney in their incessant battle for good charts, full water bottles, and a decent seat on the bus. The girls managed their success against sexism by being the first girls at AHS to manage a boys’ varsity team, namely basketball. Diana and Ellen first began managing with Ellen’s older brother, Jimmy, during their Junior year. They were fortunate to manage one of the greatest basketball teams ever to come out of AHS, which stayed number one through the season and made the playoffs. The girls enjoyed themselves so much that they resumed their positions in their Senior year. Brenda Kenney also joined the management then. Coach John Cody and the team accepted the girls very well and seemed pleased to have them as managers. The girls’ duties included keeping score, keeping charts, and informing the press of game results. 184 Double Sessions Claim Students It seems that our class spent a lot of time in the dark - literally. This problem arose because of two major problems. First, the building of the Ottoson Jr. High and the Jr. High East caused us to spend the end of our freshman year and the beginning of sophomore year rushing to get to class by 7:oo. Double sessions let us out by noon, but getting up at 6:00 A.M. left many students so tired that they went to sleep by mid-afternoon. In the midst of all this. President Nixon stepped in with his cure-all for the energy crisis, a cancellation of daylight savings time. Good Morning, Today Is. . . George Francis Fusco, our beloved administrative headmaster, will remain always in the hearts of A.H.S. students for his outstanding reper- toire of public announcements. During our four years at A.H.S. , Mr. Fusco’s discourse was characterized by an acute sensitivity that will send him down in history alongside much greater orators as Demosthenes, Clarence Darrow, and William Jennings Bryant, not to mention Reed K. Taylor. How can one forget those striking moments in public address history when Mr. Fusco brought tears to our eyes with his poignant renditions of “License Plate Numbers of Cars Parked Illegally In the Back Parking Lot,’’ and “Mr. Zavaglia to the Main Office.” Then there are those special moments which only occur once in a lifetime. For instance, consider “Would all of you who cannot hear this announcement please come to the main office.” Remember when Mr. Fusco in- terrupted class just in time to save A.H.S. from mass confusion? “I would like to remind students,” he stated, “That today is Tuesday, not Monday and students should follow their Tuesday schedules.” Students often waited in an- ticipation for Mr. Fusco to break the monotony of their fourth period class with an informative soliloquy. Lun- chroom instructions were dramatized before the entire school. “I am pleased to announce that the teachers grill is open today,” and, while discoursing on the fast food system, “Go to the stall that you prefer,” brought smiles to the faces of both students and faculty. Above all, who can forget Mr. Fusco’s prize-winning one liner - “Thank you, that is all, and have a good day.”? . . .for a moment of silence And now. . . Many of us were now able to count the stars during first period and watch the sunrise during homeroom, a very (yawn) awe-inspiring way to begin the day. However, we grew quite fond of half-days. It was nice to get out at noon and do homework, earn some extra money, or just hang around. When full days were finally reinstated after Christmas vacation sophomore year, a lot of disgruntled students tried very hard to get used to “endless” fifty minute classes and eating lunch at 12:30 instead of 10:15. Notes on notebooks Did you ever notice that you can tell a person’s personality by their notebook? There are an infinite number of different styles you can have in a notebook. There is the huge (six-inch binder) type, commonly seen with thousands of assorted sundry papers sticking out in a confused array (known as the “Monster Notebook”). Then there is the manila folder notebook. This is generally for the lazy or weak armed student. When you see someone with snags in their sweaters and marks on their arm, you know they are a spiral notebook enthusiast. Personally, I think the metal spiral should be declared a lethal weapon. Many spiral notebook fans go overboard in their enthusiasm and carry eight or ten of them at a time. The colors and designs of notebooks are also very revealing. There is dull black, vibrant red, pink polka-dot, striped, checked, or swirled. There are Charlies Brown notebooks, comic-book character covers, “Fonzie” and “Starsky and Hutch” notebooks. As a matter of fact, we can continue our lunchbox childhood throughout notebook covers. So next time you see a friend of yours, look at their notebook, and see what it tells you about the person. 185 Building A Renovation Attempted Many aging movie stars leave Hollywood from time to time, get a face lift, and sneak back looking better but still creaking underneath. This seemed to work so well that it was used on Arlington High’s aging “A” Building. Building A had too much character to destroy it completely. Such things as flooded classrooms, no heat, faulty wiring, worn-out staircases, and a decrepit gym created such fond memories for alumni of the high school that they couldn’t bear to vote for a new school and deprive their children of the challenge involved in manipulating the “A” Building daily. However, something did need to be done to prevent student fatalities, and a face lift seemed to be just the ticket. So, over the summer vacation all sorts of nifty things happened to AHS. When the Class of ’77 returned to school for their junior year, they noticed all kinds of exciting arrows and swirls painted all over the corridors. The following summer, the town got even more creative and decided to put a new roof on Building A. Of course, AHS can’t just put on a roof thoughtlessly. Our repairs took place during a hurricane, resulting in several badly flooded rooms in- cluding, alas, the Senior Lounge. Students interested in the con- struction industry got a good chance for observation as the flooded rooms were bailed out and replastered while those who enjoyed reading got to attend classes in the library. DECA Store Opened DECA Store One of the newer and more enjoyable facilities instituted during the Class of 77’ s stay at AHS was the Distributive Education classes’ store located in the cafeteria. The Store was first built in 1974 in a corner of the cafeteria where it was promptly burnt to a crisp by vandals (the kind that give us wonderful teenagers a bad name). But the DECA kids were not quitters. They held a fire sale in their classroom and soon produced another store. Students were able to purchase jackets, T- shirts, jewelry, and candy in addition to school supplies. DECA also ran a coffee and doughnut shop before school which became very popular. Unfortunately, it became too popular with some students who seemed to prefer it to their first period class. The program benefitted DECA by teaching students how to run a small retail business through actual experi- ence. Every phase of training was mastered from window decoration to making change and keeping books. French Club Enjoys Festivities In Quebec For the past two years the French Club has sponsored a trip to Quebec city. One trip was held in February 1976 and the other in February of 1977. The trips were planned at this time in order that the students could enjoy the annual Winter Carnival that takes place in Quebec City. Twenty-one students. Miss Williams, Mrs. Fitzpatrick and the Sophomore secretary Mrs. Crowley went to Quebec during the beginning of the Winter Carnival in 1977. This trip lasted four days. The trip begins about 6:00 in the morning, everyone sleepy -eyed and silent. The bus is loaded and one can still see the stars in the sky telling them that it is too early in the mor- ning. Next in store for the students is a ten hour bus ride over northern Ma., Vermont, across the border to Canada. A stop at McDonalds is en- joyed in the middle of the afternoon by all on the bus. When we arrived at the hotel there is a waiting period and in this time one has to make sure that they are rooming with all their friends. There are other hassels but one eventually makes it to their room. The next three days are spent touring the city by bus. One visits such places as the Citadel and its old museum, Parliment Building and a French Canadian farm house for lunch. At night there are many ac- tivities for every kind of student. The students can roam the city by themselves. One can visit the Ice Castle made out if ice blocks from the St. Lawrence River. There are slides all over the place for those who wish to make use of them. Popular places included local discotheques and “La Societe.” All students found something in Quebec that they never had en- countered before. It might have been trying to find the way back to the hotel by communicating with a person that speaks no English or going in a restaurant famished and finding that the menu is written completely in French. Many students were sur- prised at how much French they had learned in class and were able to use in reality. No matter what surprise was found by any student, the trip was enjoyed bv all and will be remembered for a lifetime. 186 MacDonaldlund Overthrows Cafeteria We, the children of the McDonald’s generation, finally have seen our deepest dreams come true - fast food service in the cafeteria. The elation of the students was immense when it was announced that we now had a variety of meals everyday to choose from. Imagine! No more “If it’s Tuesday, it must be hamburgers.’’ If we so desired, everyday could be hamburg day. The program, set up during our senior year, was a junk food junkie’s paradise. Everyday we had a choice of hamburgers, hot dogs, subs, pizza, or (for the daring) a special of the day. In other words, something for everyone. By retaining the special of the day, it was still possible to discover students who have mothers with atrocious cooking skills. Unfortunately, potato pufts were retained when the program was re- vamped. Anything Goes For Basketball Team Six seconds left with the score tied... Arlington has the ball and no. 23 scores to pull the Trojans ahead! The growd roars with tension and excite- ment as the time runs down. The final buzzer sounds with Arlington the victor! Chelsea has been narrowly defeated for the second time. The 76-77 year will be remembered by fans and team alike as the “anything goes’’ year. You could never be sure how a game would turn out until it was over. Overtimes, double-overtimes, two point wins and losses all helped to make an exciting, eventful year. Returning from the 75-76 varsity squad were seniors George Awiszus, Bill Specht, and Danny Lewko and juniors Ronnie Valeri and Chris Hughes (affectionately called the “Bomb Squad” in ’75). Other seniors on the team were Mike Giunta, Joe Curran, John Reis, John Giannopoulus, Kevin Brooks, and Dave Carlon. The juniors were Bobby McCormick, John Dickhaut and Frank DiGregorio. The only sopho- more was the talented Camilo Santana. The team will never be forgotten or passed over when memories of our senior year fill our minds. Release Time Days Now you see it and now you don’t. At least, that’s how most people felt about the released time day policy at AHS. We were fortunate enough to be allowed a half-day the first and third Wednesday of each month. The policy was set up to allow teachers to meet on these free after- noons to discuss problems in their individual departments. However, it seemed that this conven- ience was misused because in Septem- ber of 1976, the program was suspend- ed, thus marking the end of one of the most loved eras in our school’s history. Coed Gym Classes Another farce has been instituted at Arlington High this year - Coed Gym - the original farce being gym itself. The principal purpose behind the installation of Coed Gym was to motivate the students, to instill the values of not skipping gym, and to teach physical education. The failure of all three of these objectives is staggering. Why the Creatures from the Pit would feel their female students would be inculcated by having male students in their classes is beyond all comprehension. The gym class has remained the same, only the par- ticipants have changed sex. Per- sonally, it has never enthused me to run around a cone and back while trying to dodge balls thrown at my head. I’m still not very motivated doing this same activity with boys in my class Try as they might gym teachers still have no valid reason for students to take gym. Gym is boring. The most exercise you receive in gym is while you change into your gym clothes. The only reason students attend gym is that they will get bagged if they don’t go to gym. The sole power of the gym teacher is the power to bag. Be warned! For as surely as the bells do ring, you will be bagged if you skip gym. A common ception is tnat physical education should promote physical fitness, not physical fits. In gym class we should be learning how to enjoy a few sports, not how to best maime our opponents, or how to avoid breaking into a sweat. Gym, coed or otherwise, should not be an arduous task, yet too often for too many people it is. School repairs. . . I returned to A.H.S. this September and found that the only evidence of improvement was a new roof and an inadequate paint job. Whoever was in control of the paint brush apparently decided that the most beneficial addition to our school would be arrows telling us where we wanted to go supplemented by illegible 3”x5” cards taped over the doors. What alternative to decrepid rooms and possible decredidation? First of all, more lobbying on the school’s part, not only the ad- ministration, but the kids too. Second, Arlington’s citizens, especially those without children, should be made aware of the benefits of a good school, and the disadvantages of a bad one. Maybe we could offer tours of the high school, exhibits at the libraries, ads in the Advocate, etc. A poor school leads to families with children moving from Arlington. Businesses move away, the tax rate goes up, and Arlington “dies.” Moment of Silence Friday, October 15, marked the beginning of a new policy at A.H.S. , a moment of silence during homeroom. Mr. Fusco mdae clear the fact that prayer or meditation was not man- datory; he seemed to think that repeating the announcement four times would “make it perfectly clear” to quote from one of our less- distinguished 20th century presidents. It cannot be reasonably denied, however, that the implication of a moment of silence focused toward religion. I realize that the number of students who are actually offended by this practice are few, but the prin- ciple, if one wishes to go into it, is unconstitutional. In any event, a high school homeroom is hardly a stimulating religio us atmosphere. In my homeroom of 45, 1 observed only three or four who appeared to be taking advantage of the opportunity for prayer. I submit that the small percentage of students for whom this moment of silence was instituted, having gotten along without it up till now, would not be greatly inconvenienced by the termination of this offensive moment. Randy Malamud 188 The First Dance On October 19th, Arlington High had its first dance of the year. This dance had some bad qualities along with its good ones. The first point I would like to bring up is the bump which protrudes from the floor. This was distrubing as well as being dangerous. While dancing you had to worry about tripping over it. I know that they had kept the temperature in the gym very high to correct this but it seems it didn’t really help. Another problem was the heat in the gym. This was due to the fact that absolutely no windows were open and there was no door leading outside which could be kept open. Naturally, when loads of kids are dancing it is bound to be hot, but this was ridiculous. The heat got so over- powering that kids had to go down to the entrance for air much of the time. Personally, I liked the idea of having the dance at the high school rather than Ottoson. But there’s the problems of the heat and the “bump.” Maybe the next time there is a dance, it could be held in the freshman gym. This would be better because there isn’t any bump and the door which leads outside could be kept open as it used to be when the dances were held in that gym before. Well, I guess the most important part of the dance is the band. I really enjoyed the band the Student Council chose. They played a variety of music which I believe a lot of students found to be satisfying. This band was unlike other bands we’ve had at previous dances. At many of the other dances, the music was so loud that as you were leaving, your ears were still ringing. This band was different. They played loud enough but they didn’t play so very loud that you were afraid of losing your hearing. All in all, I think the first dance was a success. Hopefully, all those that follow will be as good or better. Donna Bernardo llll SIS: Your Student In School SIS never really believed that the entire series of corners leading to graduation would every really be turned. Now, it looks like our last corner is fast upon us and our high school years will soon be over. Although all Seniors, including SIS, are looking forward to graduation, there will be many memories left behind. Is there life after high school? The Class of 1977 will soon find out but will also, no doubt, look back as well. Remember that day in freshman year. . . out of the blue, Mr. Hall’s voice shattered every freshman’s eardrums with “You’re the worst group of freshmen to come through this school in years!” Some daring soul had thrown a bunch of lighted firecrackers into the Freshman Office. That was the same year that stinkbombs were exploded in the passageway during lunch every day in the Spring... When we were sophomores the school-wide walkout occurred. Although the walkout was supposed to be a protest against the “no” vote by the town regarding a new school, most students left just for the sake of leaving. Still, it was a unique way to spend a school day. News cameras from the Boston stations came and filmed the throng of students trying to organize a march on Town Hall. The spirit of the boycott, however, fizzled out long before the six o’clock news was broadcast. Streaking, a national fad, eventually fizzled out too, but not before many AHS students tried their hands — or, rather, bodies — at it. Especially during the freshman and sophomore years of the Class of ’77, streaking was at its peak. A nimble-footed Senior streaked through the school one day, including the cafeteria at lunchtime, only to find himself trapped in the corridor by his waiting housemaster. Many streaking careers of members of the Class of ’77 were similarly short-lived. On an even lighter note, the G S production of Oklahoma! was in- terrupted when the hood of a snorkel jacket got caught on a fire alarm and accidentally set it off. The cast and crew didn’t really think it was funny at the time — understandably — but looking back, it was just one of those things. (By the way, anyone who is independently wealthy and who would like to know the owner of the aforementioned snorkel jacket, contast SIS care of the CIA. And remember, readers... SIS will not be knowingly un- dersold.) School continued as usual, with some interruptions. The Class of 1977 saw the burning of the school store... co-ed gym became a new, con- troversial reality, at least in theory... and in our Senior Year the school got a new roof and an extensive paint job. AHS seemed like a turpentine fac- tory for awhile because of the fumes that emanated from the nooks and crannies of the A Building. Aspirin sales for the Arlington area doubled in September alone. Although the repairs couldn’t abolish the problems of the school building it became more pleasant and liveable for the time being. An extra vacation awaited us in January of 1977 when a series of snowstorms hit New England. Like that infamous February of 1969, when we spent only a few days in school, it was an R R that we warmly welcomed. It was hard to return. Some didn’t. What kept most of us going was the realization that May was “just around the corner.” We didn’t all make it. Some of the members of the Class of ’77 dropped out along the way; and others, sadly, are now deceased. But even that had to be a part of our experiences in order for us to really learn anything about Life. It hasn’t always been easy and it hasn’t always been very enjoyable. But SIS thinks that most of the members of the Class of 1977 will agree that Arlington High School has been a unique, and in many ways rewarding, four-year experience. Susan L. Thompson 189 A Trip Through Arlington " Oscar, you know 1 have a lousy sense of direction, " announced Moitle. " It took me three days to find your mother ' s house, and she only lived around the comer. With my sense of direction, and your fallible map reading, I think we should ask for directions and hire a chauffeur. " " Come on, Moitle! We ' ll find Virginia soon. " Oscar reassured. " Besides, we left early enough for this bicentennial — in 1973 for God ' s sake! " Staying in Arlington, Virginia and visiting Washington, D.C. had seemed to be a great way to celebrate the bicentennial. At least it seemed to be a great way to Oscar and Moitle Nottooswift in 1973. Becoming hopelessly lost was nothing new to the Nottooswifts. They were accustomed to being lost on years end. However, celebrating the Fourth of July in Ottawa, Canada was disappointment to them. In September of 1976, Oscar and Moitle were cruising down Route 2, when Moitle noticed a sign. " ARLINGTON CENTER NEXT RIGHT, " read Moitle aloud. " Arlington Center! Take that next right, Oscar. I don ' t believe it! Arlington Virginia, at last. I hope our hotel still has our reservations, even though we are four months late. " Unfortunately the Nottooswifts were unaware that there existed more than one Arlington. Unbeknownst to those poor misguided souls, they had found Arlington, Massachusetts not Arlington, Virginia. Still thinking they were in Arlington, Virginia, the Nottooswifts decided to go straight on to Washington, D.C. They wanted to sightsee before it got dark. Unluckily, they resolved to ask for directions to Washington. After stopping innocent pedestrians and being laughed at a f ew times, Oscar and Moitle realized they were not in Arlington, Virginia. They found out they were in Arlington, Massachusetts. The Nottooswifts took failure stoically. They figured what — the hell, — after driving for three years in order to celebrate the bicentennial, they might as well tour Arlington before the end of 1976. Little did they know that Boston, Lexington, and Concord were but a few miles away. The Nottoswifts drove down Pleasant Street until they hit the Center. Then they hooked a left on Mass. Ave. to try to find an historical society to see if there were arty tours of Arlington. Soon they passed a large decrepit building. Oscar and Moitle believed it to be the historical society ' s headquarters because it looked ancient. They pulled to a stop in front of the building; they had failed to notice a plaque bearing the inscription " ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL. " Because the building looked as if it were going to disintegrate at any moment. The Nottoswifts approached it cautiously. Slowly they crept up the stairs, looking for signs of life. Then they opened the door, which leads to Building A. They stood apprehensively, outside The Senior Lounge. Suddenly a shrill bell screeched, provoking a near riot. A mob materialized and pushed both Oscar and Moitle up to the thirties. Then the mob began to subside. Another bell rand and the blood thirsty crowd evaporated into the walls, leaving a bewildered Oscar and a bedraggled Moitle. Moitle, feeling like low tide at Pebble Beach, struggled to her feet. Oscar managed to prop himself up against a wall, which to this very day bears his impression. They stood there resting while listening to the sounds of dust and plaster settling into place. As they were recuperating from their traumatic experience, a typical Arlington High School student sauntered by them. " Pardon me, " Oscar said, addressing Typical Student. " But is this the Historical Society ' s headquarters? " " Not quite, " answered Typical without much ado, because he couldn ' t do very much. " Do you know where we could find a tour guide of Arlington? " inquired Moitle. " I ' ll take you on a tour, " Typical solved, " We ' ll start right now! " Typical Student and the Nottooswifts began their tour of Arlington with the high school. Typical informed Moitle and Oscar that the saturnalia which they had just braved was the changing of classes. After the first ten minutes of the tour, Moitle was wounded by a sanitary door. Oscar and Typical rushed her to the Nurse ' s office. There they discovered all the couches were occupied by ' sick ' girls, who were skipping gym. " Why don ' t they want to go to gym? " interrogated Moitle. " Because they have gym in the Pit. C ' mon, I ' ll show you! " Typical said, as he led his party to the girls ' gym. As they entered the gym, they were greeted by wild shrieks. It was nothing personal. Only a floor hockey game. Typical explained the reason there was one boy in the class. The one boy made the class Co-ed. Typical directed the Nottooswifts out of the Pit and continued his tour. He pointed out all the places of interest at A.H.S.; the Cafeteria, science labs, the DECA Store, shops, Lowe Auditorium and the smoking areas, (places where students go to smoke, not where the high school is on fire). Typical ended the tour in front of the Senior Lounge from which loud noises were emanating. " What ' s going on in there? " Oscar wondered out loud. " Either the ceiling ' s falling, the Coke machine ' s not working, or the tv is working, " rejoined Typical. " Tahe your pick. If you want to go in. 190 you can find out. " Two men rushed by the Nottooswifts and Typical. They closely resembled Tweedledum and Tweedledee. These two men were Housemaster and Assistant Housemaster, respectively. They were on their way to " find out. " Housemaster and Assistant Housemaster are dedicated people — dedicated to the harassment of high school students, in this case seniors. Tweedledum and Tweedledee rounded up a herd of negligent students, who were responsible for the commotion in the lounge. They led the guilty into the senior office. The tour group followed the herd and was present during the " Senior Loungue is a Privilege " spiel. After the first twenty minutes of the speech, however, the Nottooswifts and Typical decided to leave A.H.S. and continue their tour. All in all, the Nottooswifts were amazed at A.H.S.; they had never seen anything like it, and will probably never again. The next stop on their itinerary was the Jason Russell House. " A living memorial to the family who chose to remain firmly in their house and hold up the life of the home. " The Nottooswifts were very impressed by such historicity as the Jason Russell House. As they walked back to the high school to catch the Arhnont bus. Typical explained the bicentennial reinforced concrete. " Those are bicentennial markers which are supposed to indicate historical sites, " Typical continued. " The markers are most useful for people trying to park their cars; if you hit one, you know where the curb is. Also, there are plaques all over Arlington describing historical sites. There ' s one across the street on Time Oldsmobile. The Nottooswifts were overjoyed about the markers, and they rushed around frantically reading every piece of concrete in sight — even the ones without writing. After reading hundreds of plaques, Moitle exclaimed, " 1 thought most of the action took place in Concord and Lexington, but it seems like a lot happened in Arlington, Virginia, too! " The reading of these markers caused a delay in the tour. In order to catch the Arlmont bus, the tour group had to run back to A.H.S. They just managed to board the bus, but there were no seats left. Typical felt it would be wiser to get off the bus at the Park Avenue water tower. This was one of his better ideas because Moitle and Oscar weren ' t accustomed to the animalistic behavior of some students. The trio managed to escape from the perils of the Arlmont bus (commonly known as Noah ' s Ark or mobile zoo. Typical and the Nottooswifts explored the virtues of the water tower and saw a picturesque view of Boston and vicinity. " There is another water tower in Arlington; it ' s on the opposite hill, Turkey HiU, " Typical said. " People aren ' t allowed to climb up it, although some teenagers do. Now we ' ll proceed down Eastern Avenue to the Farm. " " The Farm once belonged to the Robbins family, " continued Typical as he led the Nottooswifts to that hallowed park. " Now the Farm is playground by day and a drinking ground by night. Farming was one of the main occupations among the early settlers. There were also a lot of mills. Captain George Cooke ' s mill was probably the first water powered mill in the New World. It was built in 1630. After Oscar and Moitle had acted sufficiently touristy at the Farm, Typical took them to Menotomy Rocks Park. On the way Typical told them about the name Menotomy. The Nottooswifts were beginning to tire of historical soliloquies, but they listened anyway. " Menotomy means ' swift running water ' or ' large bodies of water, ' " droned Typical. " Menotomy is an Indian name. Most ot he land around here had been cleared by the Massachuset Indians who were part of the Algonquin family. The land was cleared before the early white settlers arrived. Next I ' ll show you the Town Hall. ' Oscar and Moitle were duly impressed by the Town Hall and Robbins Library. By the time the library tour was over, the Nottooswifts wanted to see something different. Typical now felt they could handle the sight of the defeathered Indian, which is in the park between the library and the Town Hall. Once they finished at that park, they went to look at the statue of Uncle Sam. " Arlington is the ' Home of Uncle Sam, ' " commented Typical. " You ' re supposed to look thrilled, " reminded Typical because the Nottooswifts looked puzzled. " I thought Uncle Sam was bom in Massachusetts, " said Moitle. Oscar, Moitle, and Typical caught a bus which was heading for Harvard Square. Once on the bus. Typical pointed out some sights. As they got off the bus, Moitle asked, " Why are there so many funeral homes? " " I ' m not sure, " responded Typical. " But Arlington seems to have an abundance of three businesses — funeral homes, drugstores, and beauty salons. Someone once said that if you dropped dead anywhere in Arlington, the funeral homes would bid for your burial. Let ' s go down to Thorndike. " The Nottooswifts couldn ' t take another outburst of history, so they politely inquired the way back to their car. Typical, although being extremely typical, was able to take a slight hint. He told them to get on the bus, ride to the high school, and then get off. " All you have to do, " instructed Typical, " is get on the bus and get off at the high school. " The Nottooswifts saw an approaching bus and boarded it. Unfortunately the bus was going to Harvard Square and not to Arlington Heights. The Nottooswifts were last sighted on an Ashmont train desperately trying to locate Arlington High School. 191 -A kaleidoscope of memories Xs rcfUcUd in votr j emph class and Kollwavf Kere. Z iirn around; XKcre are close friends full encouragement wKo tnakc us on. JlooK Vock; Zhtij tell us to hold onto the best yars of our hoes . t areto sec lohcrt toe are ; XOc are so kusu holdina ijesterday tfiaf icda slips . ( 0 front uJcak » J dts and cks hecomc emocrat5 and Uepubh Ans Tloio -to wild ; ' S ' llp elects the no t frtS ' ident. Cherewcioerc, innocent children ; me accept lUe cViolUn of jindln own hind of freedom. Jloio ide lau K ; Soon we will he part of this wild world’s rush Chen we ask ' , y f ki4» r«aAina for »om«ttiiiw iKat j rmif«d uJould be ' there ; “ihoiu to f incl 4hc sun ' ; Thei tell us it will rise ' tomorrow J nn 03rieyv 192 THE FOURTH ESTATE KIKI.. iNt ‘N THc cpikitK . Vc’ ; -nme..- «. -T .lO r ,r ti ' l3t. - O ' 1C- Hf;- TVN NtmA- i ' A ia. Top left to right: Debbie Vieira, Susan L. Thompson, Leonard Tammaro, Judith Paradis (Editor), Marilyn Sotiriadis, Susan Keane, Ann O ' Brien. Bottom left to right: Maryann Fenerjian, Pam Sweeny, Kim Relf, Steve Budd, Gary Schwartz. Missing: Jonathan " Scoop " Hoffman, Maryjo Paradis, Daniel J. Carter. Join the Fourth Estate . . . Impress your English teacher. Have something to put on college applications . . . Scoop, Kimbo, Art, Lawrence of Behan, Fearless leader . . . Has anyone seen Gary? . . . Deadline . . . Dan Carter for Junior Housemaster . . . Tips for good Circulation — Breathe deeply and do deep knee bends . . . Kim is a rumor . . . When is the paper coming out? . . . Recreation Editor . . . Count words ... Is anyone going across the street? . . . Ancient Jock . . . Josie ' s Bar and Grill University . . . Little Pigs . . . Pizza Panel . . . Want to go to the Byrd Lady ' s . . . SIS, As the Field Floods, Rat Patrol . . . Sell more ads . . . paste heads . . . Susan ' s empty board . . . Why do you have a wooden spoon? Because it was cheap . . . Pizza makes me vomit . . . Tell Yearbook to buy their own radio ... I wrote that headline at midnight . . . David ' s top 40 . . . Santa Claus is a Black man . . . Someone shut the door ... Hi editor types . . . staff meetings . . .The entire concept reeks with pos- sibilities . . .Hark! The Harold Fairbanks sing! . . . Some pretty bad jokes . . . Fiddlers on the roof . . . Love and Kisses Judith M. . . . Dedication, patience, and a lot of fun. STUDENT COUNCIL Standing: Bob Stein, Treasurer; Betsy Brooks, Vice President. Sitting left to right: Trish Barry, Corresponding Secretary; Barry O ' Connor, President; Susan Keane, Recording Secretary. The primary purpose of the Student Council is to represent the student viewpoint in school affairs and to act as a liaison between the stu- dent body and the Administration. All situations brought to the Council ' s atten- tion, either by the students or the Administra- tion, are explored and acted upon. The Student Council consists of the officers, the senators, and many different committee members. It probably involves more students than any other club. We, the officers (Barry, Bob, Betsy, Susan, and Trish), met every day during 7th period. Sure, there were many days when we just kid- ded around. But, also, there were just as many days that we were there, in Room 81, all after- noon. There were times when it seemed as if there were no end to the work. Threats to close the lounge, the never ending supply of " Super Krunch, " four (out of ten) senior senators showing up for a meeting, forgetting to hire police for the dance, Frank Gangi, counting ballots, and Mrs. Ortwein ' s baby are memories we will never forget. We wish the Class of ' 77 the best of luck. Also, we would like to thank everyone who helped to make this year successful. — Barry, Bob, Betsy, Susan, and Trish 196 FRENCH CLUB Le Cercle Francais was recently re- established at Arlington High School to pro- vide interested students an opportunity to be exposed to the French culture. The club has at- tained recognition among faculty and students by means of its cheese-selling event, plus local trips to Chez Jean restaurant, a movie, " The King of Hearts, " and to a performance of the world-famous Fretean de Paris. The highlights of the year were the trips to Quebec City dur- ing the fabulous " Carnaval de Quebec, " and the thrilling trip to Paris, France, where they strolled the Champs-Elysee, visited Versailles, Fontaine Bleu, and so much more during their ten day stay. The Club was not only a social organization, but served as a means to unite the student body in an educational experience for all. Je pense, done je suis 197 The white paper sinks slowly to the bottom of the tray. Slowly a ghost appears, then gains sub- stance. It forms rapidly, with details replacing blankness. Magic? Photography. Sensitized paper in Dek- tol. Silver salts reacting to light. Light, reflected, refracted, bent, corrected, measured, controlled, timed, and captured. A moment in time frozen, a laugh, a tear, sun- light. shadow, a breeze, stillness, city, wilder- ness. a small piece of eternity. Photography. Thank you Don Bockler. SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club is a newly formed organi- zation at AHS. It is geared toward people who are interested in the Spanish language and Hispanic culture. The Spanish Club took trips to the Spanish speaking areas of Bos- ton, Spanish Restau- rants, and other local Spanish oriented ac- tivities. In the future, the Spanish Club members would like to travel to Spain and other Spanish speaking countries. Back (left to right) Jerry Bishop, Susan Keane Secretary, Suzanne Devine, Pres., Sterling Watson, Eric Johnson, Mrs. Foisy. Middle (left to right) Mrs. Galvin, Miriam Gaitan, Ivonne de Cervantes, Ellen Healy, Kathy Cabral, Paco Spadaro. Front (left to right) Judith Quan, Paula Healy, Liz Wright, Marilyn Rezendes, Sylvia Dominguez, Pam Sweeny, Maureen Gormley. ARMENIAN CLUB L to R; Miss Kaprelian, Beth Martinian, Janet Kalustian, Ani Kharjian, Lori Alberts, Janine Danielson, Beverly Carlon, Seta Demirjian, Susan Kezerian. Not Present; Sima Barmakian, Steve Danielson, Gayle Gostanian, Marie Shabazian, Adam Bar- makian, Carol Hagopian, Jean Guveyan, Cerise Jalelian, Joyce Sarkisian, Diane Marderosian, Wendy Adamian, Linda Champa, John Kolligian, Andrea Koumjian. The Armenian Club is an organi- zation open to all students. How- ever, its membership basically consists of 26 Armenian-American students. As a relatively new club in school, it works on an inter-club basis with Belmont, Watertown, Waltham, and Newton. Dances and parties have served as catalysts for Arlington students to become acquainted with Arme- nians from the Greater Boston area. The Christmas Party-Dance at St. Stevens Armenian Apostolic Church In Watertown, and the Spring Celebration Dance at the Sheraton Commander Hotel in Cambridge have proved to be two of our very special annual events. This past year these events were enhanced by a successful bake sale in December, which helped to pro- vide funds for our numerous ac- tivities. DEBATING CLUB Although the Debating Club has been a long established tradition at AHS, it is a novice club and has entered a debate league this year. Approximately 15 students are ac- tive participants in debates held on Monday afternoons. This year ' s na- tional topic was " How Can the Criminal Justice System in the U.S. be Best Improved? " Under the di- rection of Mr. Dennis Mercuric, the team had a very sucessful year. Thanks, Mr. Mercuric. Front; LR; Bob Slate, Randy Malamud, Geoff Ree- ves. Top; LR; Mr. D. Mercurio (Advisor), Sara Zaiatz, Alison Noyes, Cerise Jalelian. ITALIAN CLUB LR; Standing; Cheryl Lutz, Anthony Catanzano (treasurer), Jerry Bishop, Robert Bemado, Marcella Leone, Gino Sanchez, Frank Minniti, Mrs, Cozza (Advisor); LR Kneeling; Lillien Grella Francesca Procopio (President), Pamela Uccello, Lisa Battalia, Lisa Galluzo, Joyce Kingman (Secretary), Maria Grella. Missing; Karen DeNapoli (Vice-President), Beth Woods (Secretary) The Italian Club, formed in 1972, consists of stu- dents interested in the Ital- ian culture. This year the members took a trip to the North End of Boston where they had the opportunity to sample many types of bread, pastry, and pizza. The highlight of the year was a visit to the Italian section of Montreal for which they raised funds by means of a bake sale and stationery sale. The flea market also assisted in providing an enjoyable and profitable experience for all. 201 A.V. CLUB Standing (left to right) David Homsi, Kathryn Bell, Alison Vemey, David Donahue, George Rourke, Dan Diamond, Mark Ruggiero. Sitting (left to right) Dan Breslau, Gary Schwartz, Lex Vanderburgh, Phil Emma, Leo Lanzillo. 202 TEACHERS INC. Standing (left to right) Joe Mattos, Irene Ahem. Back row (left to right) Mr. Bothello, Patty O ' Donnell, Cathy Sousa. Middle row (left to right) Ann Melly, Cheryl White. Front row (left to right) Jimmy MacDonald, Marsha Quin. " Reach . . . Touch . . . Teach " , hayride . . . Bicentennial tour of Boston . . . trip to Salem . . . Salem Witch House . . . Haunted House . . . Where is this place Joe? " . . . Christmas at Marsha ' s . . . Children ' s Museum . . . Jimmy ' s Steer House . . . Kelly ' s at the beach . . . Watch out for the branches! . . . Long wait- ing . . . recycle center . . . tutoring . . . Mr. Botelho . . . Tracy never talked . . . eat something, will ya? . . . Monday nights? . . . unorganized . . . Laveme, oh what did you do?? . . . Bugging Mrs. Brady . . . Thanks for the memories everybody!! Path OP A V%5 pcrc For,} shoitU J? oAa:. t VaL d€ f as " _% (ij Ai Vd e d€ f€ as MATH TEAM Back row: Left to right: Wendy Smith, Sharon Jordan, Esther Hamparian, Mary King. Middle row: Left to right: Lisa Battaglia, Alison Noyes, Beth Hunnefeld, Janine Danielson, Beth Gearin, Lisa Foster, Susan San- tosuosso, John Morrissey. Front row: Left to right: Andrea Sakakini, Sara Zaiatz, Cerise Jalelian, Kathy Brusgulis. LIBRARY CORPS Left to right: Lisa Bergantino, Susan Tenney, Amy Bartholomew, Sterling Watson, Chris Mathiason 203 The Medical Careers Club is a club designed to teach people interested in science a little about the various medical ca- reers available to them. The meetings were held every third Thursday of the month at the Nurse ' s Office across from the Main Office. Some of the events planned were a bake sale, a car wash, a field trip to Mass. General Hospital in Boston and Youville Hospital in Cambridge. Guest speakers were featured to encourage us in our club purpose. MEDICAL CAREERS CLUB Left to Right; Susan Santosuosso, Debbie Wah, Dorothy Healy R.N., Elene Moshen, Laura Chin, Paula Healy, and Maria Lembidaki. INTERIOR DESECRATORS INC. A new club has recently been instituted to alleviate decay within and without A.H.S. — Interior Dese- crators. For many years, vandals have run rampant without any unity. Finally, some constructive action has been taken. This year ' s activities included the de- molition of a cement rail- ing, the attempted torching of the multi-purpose room, and seminars on graffiti and advanced desk- carving. This organization proved an immediate suc- cess and promises to be one of the most popular extra-curricular activities. 204 PUDDLE JUMPING CLUB The Puddle Jumping Club is an organization for those who are not afraid to get their feet wet. Every year, a state-wide puddle-jumping contest is held, this year at Arlington High. Because of the heavy rains and well-clogged drains, the 1976 contest was extremely competitive. Selected entrants battled for hours in ice-cold puddles in front of the audito- rium. A.H.S. was led to a stunning victory by our own Tom Casey and Jeannie Oster. AUSTRALIAN CLUB R to L; Gary Schwartz, Gina Bonhomme, Amy Bartholomew, Karen Johnson, Susan Tenney, Denise Theriault, Ann Powers, Julie Blasi (President), Khristen Haines. In 1977, a revolutionary new club was instituted at Arlington High; the Australian Club. This club ' s members are earnest people dedi- cated to the preservation of Aus- tralia. These diligent, stoic stu- dents try to preserve the home of the koala bear by thumbing there. Sydney is very popular with Aus- tralian Club members, although the Great Barrier Reef receives its share of attention, also. Next year ' s trips will include such scintillating places as New Zealand, New Guinea, and Painted Post, N.Y. These exciting pilgrim- ages will begin by thumbing from Arlington High at 2 o ' clock in the morning. Other events in which the Australian Club will participate include the Kalahari Desert Hunt, papyrus-shooting along the Gulf of Mexico, stalking the wild As- paragus, rolling joints under the cafeteria, throwing rocks at cabs. LATIN CLUB If in your life and in your study you find even one good person, then there is goodness; one just person, justness; one kind person, kindness. Please keep looking. Ralph McEleamey SCIENCE CLUB 1st row: L to R; Demitri Karageorge, Daniel Cotter, Armen Meguerditchian, Gary Schwartz — President, Louise Dicecca — Secretary Treasurer. 2nd row; L To R; Diane Mangandro, Gary Ol- son, Maureen Gormley, Diana Garcia — Vice- President. Susan Tenney. 3rd row: L to R; Mr. Truesdale — Qub Advisor, Fred von Rec- klinghausen, Robert Slate, Dr. Jaffe — Club Advisor. Not present in picture; Chris- tine Francis, Linda Manga- naro, Diana Zantos, Denise Theriault, David Cox, Dan Breslau. 206 This IS an honor . . . thank you. But what to say. For you the time has come to move on, Those of you I ' ve known, I ' ve enjoyed. Live and enjoy your years ahead. Your harvest can be bountiful. Take time to smell the flowers. " Ken Arnold 209 ■t f ' J t S’; DECA 211 A.H.S. is the headquarters of two DECA chapters. The primary " in school " duties of the Senior Chapter are to run the school store, to provide a central location for the distribution of school function tickets, and to be an available agency, advisor, or catalyst for other school organizations to raise funds more effectively. The Junior Chapter is concerned with providing a coffee and tea service before school and for school affairs. This past year, " The Coffee Shop " provided services to the Adult Education program. The Distribution Education Clubs of America are concerned with attaining and sharpening the skills of marketing, mer- chandising, and management. The stu- dents are involved in authentic business transactions and become exposed to a competitive atmosphere. Annually, there are regional, state, and national conferences held in which stu- dents participate in educational oppor- tunities which surpass the traditional class- room situation. Thes e conferences also af- ford the students the chance to develop more honest, perceptive evaluations of others. DECA in Arlington is exclusively stu- dent organized, is involved in State com- petitions, and is consistently a challenge to those who have committed themselves to the retail business aspects of our society. r SURVIVAL Arlington High ' s Fall-Winter Survival course is a no- hassle, outdoors course open to Juniors and Seniors for credit. Indoor and outdoor classes instruct the participants in such skills as fire and shelter building, edible plants, search and rescue, map compass work and first aid. These skills are tested on a fall skills weekend and the solo mock survival situation in January. This winter we experienced sub-zero temperatures, snow depths of 36 " and solitude to be at peace with the wilderness as it was meant to be. Those who made the trip know they didn ' t miss a beautiful, mind blowing experience. Many thanks Marzina and Don MENOTOMY PRESCHOOL Back row L to R: Gina Bonhomme, Kathy Donald, Anne Fahey, Janine Hart, Marilyn Rezendes, Beverly Bonnell, and Bonnie Mark. Front row: Kathy O ' Brien. 214 The Menotomy Preschool is a group of nine students, both juniors and seniors, who, under the direction of Mr. Stanley Kuziel, operate a nursery school for children ages four and five. The ration of teachers to children is two to one. The school is divided into a variety of areas: cognitive, dramatic play, science, art, blocks, and jungle gym. Each area is supervised by one of the students who has prepared an activ- ity for that area. Each day we follow a planned curriculum which is designed to help prepare the child for kindergarten. It is designed to meet the individual child ' s needs and to pre- pare him for both small and large group situa- tions. Other areas covered are concepts of numbers, colors, and the alphabet. Also in- cluded in the day are activities designed to help develop the child ' s social needs; ability to follow directions, interaction with other chil- dren and independence. The use of music, dance, and art are also incorporated in order that the child may express himself and his needs to others. Work is also done with each child on a one to one basis. A student will work with a child on special needs such as speech therapy. We also work with behavior modification and im- aginative play, such as the child using pictures to tell a story. We feel that this is both worthwhile and profitable experience since it helps one to un- derstand the needs and development of young children. It also is a preparation or parenthood and adulthood as well as a potential teaching career in a nursery, elementary school, or just teaching one ' s own children one day. We would like to give special thanks to Mrs. Roach. 215 CO-ED GYM Arlington High, in a first this year, proved they could keep up with the times and remain within the law at the same time — Co-ed Gym. Males and Females partici- pated in physical education, sports, and other activities. Reactions were somewhat mixed since neither sex really understood the change. 221 Gilbert and Sullivan is one of the fastest growing clubs in school. It was composed of over 100 members and provided an outlet for all students, to participate in the Annual show; this past year the well-known musical " Hello Dolly. " Under the direction of Mr. Roberts, Mr. Smith, and Mr. Laber, members were exposed to all elements of stage production — act- ing, singing, set-work, and a unity that can only be experienced by active members to get the job done right. Each actor ' s individual style went into making the show a great success. To diversify the club ' s interests this year, the officers expanded the club activities to include Cabaret night, a spaghetti dinner at which G S mem- bers doubled as singing waiters, and waitresses to entertain their guests. No member could ever forget the hours of rehearsing, coming in on snow days, the parties, or the Joy, laughter, and satisfaction that came about when friends joined togetner for a mutual interest. The 1976-V7 Drama Club presentation of Interview will be entered into this year ' s State High School Drama Festival. " Interview " was a non-realistic presentation about problems of identity and de-humanization in contemporary American Life. The Drama Club went to Boston and viewed Broadway shows which were on tour. This past year they saw the musi- cal production, " Grease. " The faculty advisor for the Drama Club is Mr. Frank Roberts, who is the director for the Festival entry and also directs the Gilbert and Sullivan annual produc- tion. 222 DRAMA CLUB ORCHESTRA ■ 224 The orchestra is a talented group of musicians who meet daily under the direction of Mr. Thebodo. They rehearse pieces to perform in three or four concerts a year. The orchestra provides a welcome break from the monotony of regimented classes. The highlight of the year is always the exchange concert, this year to Virginia. The orchestra, along with the symphonic band and choral groups, has been hosted by a number of high schools including ones in Scarsdale, New York and Toronto. In turn, students from the performing arts d artment hosted students from these cities who performed and partied with them. We will always remember David ' s " Good Morning " and " Make it a good day, " Mr. T. — Let ' s get going, stop the gabbing and get on stage!. We ' re recording today (As always), Toronto forever — snow and ice, Scarsdale mansions, maids. Parties, Why not Bran- denburg one more time?, I don ' t want to play today! Come on Mr. T., We need a break.. Drill, Drill, Drill, It ' s got to be perfect or I simply won ' t present it, this is so frustrating, bow together, totally horrid but we ' re getting there, rather eccentric gum chewer but a great guy. We love you Mr. T., Mr. Laber., Why not Mr. Smith too! 225 226 JAZZ ENSEMBLE The Jazz Ensemble is a select musical group of in- strumentalists. The musical selections performed by this talented group of seniors range from early big band swing to the latest jazz-rock. The ensemble is molded into a cohesive unit which performs in con- certs and enters many competitions. This year, the band entered competitions at Stoneham High School, the University of New Hampshire, Quinnipac College, and the District Competition. This past year has been a climactic year for the Jazz Ensemble as most of the band is made up of seniors who have been playing in the ensemble for four years. Because of this, the upcoming years will be rebuilding ones. But the past years have developed a comraderie among the " Cats " which will last for a long time. Many memories have also been made; blues sessions before practice . . . the rides home . . . harassment of the establishment at every turn . . . " Close enough for jazz " . . . the production of two all-star Distict Jazz Band members. Dean Glines on drums and Greg Tar- box on bass . . . " so tight it takes Vaseline to get through " . . . G.A.C. But through it all, the music has not suffered and occasionally we ' ve settled down to business and pro- duced some of the finest sounds ever to come out of the Performing Arts Department. The Jazz Ensemble was a great experience for all. " The Band " is actually a two-fold organization. The Symphonic Band, a regular school course, gives concerts year round. Under the direction of Gerald Thebodo, it meets every day during fifth period. For the first part of the year, the band prepared light music for the Pops Concert. Following the performance, the band assumed a more serious attitude and prepared for the Masterworks Concert. This past year, it was entered in the state- wide competition. The Marching Band is an extra-curricular activity consisting of sixty selected musicians who are commonly seen on the football field and in parades. The band, under the direction of Pasquale Tassone, Buddy Ste- vens and Drum Major Pam Spencer performed at all the football games. They also marched in the Veterans ' Day and Patriots ' Day parades. Saturdays were sacrificed to cheer on the team as well as to harass the Cheerleaders. We made up cheers of our own and engaged in " Innocent " mischief. A union was organized for the rowdier of the fools who led the band in the previously mentioned shenanigans. A record breaking year was marked as Dean Clines wallowed through the last of his six year stretch as the leader of the drum section. Band is a thankless job, but we did it our way. 229 HARMONETTES Front Row (left to right) Ann DiPietro, Roberta McConnell, Betsy Brooks, Back Row (left to right) Melissa Mannix, Paula Fraser, Patty O ' Leary, Polly Quigley, Ellen Healy, Laurie MacNeil, Valerie Pontes, Marianne Fenerjian, Leslie Wolf. The Harmonettes was a vocal group composed of fourteen girls di- vided into quartets. It also included two pianists. Throughout the year they received opportunities to sing in public as well as in school musical presentations. They participated in the annual music trip with the or- chestra and other musical performing groups in Springfield, Virginia. It was certainly a rewarding year and we thank Mr. Smith for his valuable leadership. ART CLUB 231 The Art Club is a group of interested students who meet together to work on art related projects. As in past years, this year the club has worked on jewelry making for both plea- sure and business. Proceeds from selling jewelry help club members to work on other projects such as drawing, painting, pottery and other crafts. Another activity of the Art Club has been to sponsor a Spring Art Fair in which the artwork of students is dis- played and sold. Art teacher Mrs. Eskedal is the faculty ad- visor. Row 1, L. to R; Sheila O ' Toole, Andrea Koumjian, Jean Rodriguez. Row 2, L to R; Janet Eastman, Annette Oster, Ann Mcdevitt, Esther Hemparian, Louise DiCecca. Row 3, L to R; Adrienne Dingee, Veronica Tempelman, Jean Whitney, Pamela Koumjian, Cheryl Lenz, Mrs. Jeamette Eskedal. MADRIGALS Back Row (left to right) Anne Mammola, Joey Gustaff, Tom Casey, Paula Fraser, Wayne Pelletier, Anne DiPietro, Dave Spencer, Russ Fiore, Ray Szarak, Drew Smith, Ellen Fiealy, Maureen Gormley, Karen White, Melissa Wilson, Rick Sherburne. Front Row (left to right) Sally Erickson, Linda Atlas, Lex Vanderburg, Cindy Cusilito, Betsy Brooks, Melissa Man- nix, Val Pontes, Liz Wright, Patty O ' Leary, Kathy Cantelli. 232 ■O 1 ' 1 v, ' »x V ' -. 1 - 1 1 .vA5p®5 t [ ' j| S GEdJ 4 235 -mcfll iw|»ttanl in li e is nd VW TW esstnliol 4 in V5 tut Wve cc«u u red U We jov i«tU. 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