Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

 - Class of 1979

Page 1 of 230

 

Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA) online yearbook collection, 1979 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1979 Edition, Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1979 Edition, Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1979 Edition, Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1979 Edition, Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1979 Edition, Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1979 Edition, Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1979 Edition, Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1979 Edition, Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1979 Edition, Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1979 Edition, Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1979 Edition, Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1979 Edition, Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 230 of the 1979 volume:

,z ji '1 -E I , C iN'fTRl n 1 1 . I,,-1 V1 fx, . uf-r, A . fn y- .J 'R 7" . '4 .: - 3 4 3-' v"'V 4 05 X: ,. ll Q If .ti V ' X ,hill I i4 wlh' Ag' Q f , If I 7 5 R '1 13 fi 'ls- . . to ' ' ily L. 79' T 'Q ,in vu? 94" ' if Y S 4- -. H-v-6 ww- Q -A' 1 I I I 1 1 l 1 1 2 4 ' . rw 45. X XX 1 v 1' I A fx A I X 1 av ,Q 'X 1 ll Q 1' ' x .nn MCDonala Q 'Y 1 I f 'W "' 4' +- Rf-. 5 K . Mig? ,Ll P Y! .. .2 ,.vif' ' 1,1 1 'iv "ix . .-D-. , . , . .A .'i. an .- -F ,nn is wh, ., . ag, -4 E "'Lt.T,,p - V-'ba x x co 9 n A U 'Oc 4' 1' -Px:'x Y . N p , f 4' ,f X , 5, 1 N Q 1 1' I PHILO MATH 1979 Time it was, and what a time it was - it was A time of innocence A time of confidenoes. Long ago it must be I have a photograph. Preserve your memories They're all that's left you. 1 K .f I 7 ff X I PHI LO MATH STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Sue Aronson ASSISTANT CO-EDITO RS Alison Abrams Lisa Tannenbaum EDITORS ACTIVITIESXCLUBS: Cathy Coburn, Amy Rosenberg BUSINESSXADVERTISING: Dina Burstein, Eliane Vidiera COPY: Michelle Fortier CREATIVE ARTS: Laura Ballou, Amy Gordon FACULTYXADMINISTRATION: Cheryl Swaim LAYOUT: Ina Bachman SENIOR SECTION: Judi Goldman, Lisa Tannenbaum SENIOR PHOTO CO-ORDINATOR: Alison Levy SPORTS: Maryellen Bliss, Patty Cronin STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS: Scott Brody, Josh Meyers UNDERCLASS: Melanie Cohen, Karen Potischman GENERAL STAFF Stephen Apkon, Jill Aronson, Dina Burstein, Celeste Carpenter, Mark Clinton, Michelle Cooperman, Sally deGozzaldi, Terri Dufel, Stephen Erickson, Peter Epstein, Tim Foley, Laurie Forman, Gary Gerome, Cheryl Gladstone, Wayne Hart, Annette Hayden, Lance Hillman, Sue Keefe, Amy Kelley, Evan McCormick, Kevin O'Rourke, Marsha Silverberg, Reenie Sullivan, Susan Tomlinson, Blaise Tersoni, Elaine Videira, Doreen Whalen. ADVISO RS PHILOMATH ADVISOR: Mr. Richard Engvall BUSINESS ADVISOR: Mr. Paul Zaido F TABLE OF CONTENTS FACULTYXADMINISTRATION ....... SENIORS ACTIVITIESXCLUBS ... ,... UNDERCLASS .... ..... 1 32 SPORTS .... ..... 1 46 BUSINESS .... ..... 1 90 SENIOR DIRECTORY ... .... .210 ,J . my ,, .. I T174 ff , -- Jqgg.-,,gg.,-,,q0-filth?-'-"?'v-4 f ,ar ,, . f ' , ri ww I K ii- 5 , ,.-.z V Q . 6 Q 1 5 . . 4 I ' . 5 . I 1 3 . . . 'I K A ,I .1 '.lFl'- 'f f ,725 .rf-v s rar. V 4 ' v , g gfg! 'Q .run N.-me , G. Yeah? Come over here and say that. 1-, ' H- ax may 'I l- .J.A7HS:,E,4Lf rzmfsld Q K V 'X-' v '? 1' -g Ja L Q V' H 1,3 3. . , . . v H Q I A :Jw L t . 1,5 Y -,VJ ' . , r -K. "' ' I J , ' .A n dv- ' 5 v A 'N-KX. , , ', Si' ' U V' jr- r 2 Q-3, if Y y 4 i sk 2 N "f sz:- l N ' -.. 9 I X -led - I I I rm -1 Isrw t She cute'7 Da daaaah IF Ns Who me? I haven't been writing on the desk! ,sux Hey Fuzz, Check that one out. Hello Nancy, Are you there? 1.8 I'm head over heals about you. Our mild-mannered yearbook editor. FOR EVERYTHING ITS SEASON, and for every activity under heaven its time: a time to be born A New Pope Is Born - Pope John Paul II P ' 4 2' and a time to dieg Test Tube Baby Louise ,Jin 4 f Margaret Mead .v,,' I Will Geer Pope John Paul I G0lda Meir . 1 S ,i I Norman Rockwell COVER DESIGN Turn Foley FQNUSHEET Joan Meyer, Scott Brody Nelson Rockefeller Edgar Bergen a time to weep Peoples Temple Leader Jim Jones Peoples Temple Mass Sulclde A 12: Qi 'Q' A was 'fit -. 15-A-gf-:em awww- nf .,.f 3 1-Miva' 11,120 Niif 1- - 9- f. 2 if , .- 1, .,,, n 5 , S' X' R M" :Q-ill: wk- ' M Q ,. J seas ,' -Y' . W. 2 1.3 -lgvqmlg -ak'-'ff-.sift-, F .43 ,,1w.M .H V, 5 , ,1.?f.2+'j' 5 ,X - X' . :fi fa, " X' ' . -- ,,.V,,f3,v U, V4 gift?-:fix 52,1 1 vi -s' '1-'-- -ANN. 7:5153 , ,X ,, N W: 'r uggjf ' T Q Q fy 'Q ms: X .' . J S Wi ,Q1-fiWE'xiF.-:'fh'- 5 M ha.: ffl, ' :ff op: fs , A'7"g,4f?'f5f9i A- f-fi, -J,-if X W . ,.: 3t1s. . Q ,l 2'.,,Q, Sgt' -- -"H ,. L,- . .' x . ,Q VIL? WM Ks, + of his ' .5 ,Q-xffg Vi' fit 1w91e'f'?+ JTQQ .sawn ,,4f:., .y. .- 'f V f P-'rn .1 ,- ' . w ':, P' 41 x , I v :H M X. fl. - QWQYYY? 3 're :L- f 91-.,?3S .Q ' "5 W -' Xl 4:8 f w ggfgs- J, R ,, .Qs -23 ,Q X sriwm . -Sis A ' :-..'. ' l'-A .ji 'ie f" Blues Brothers Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi ZX Josh Bluto" Mostel Gnda Radne, N V a time for mourning Mourning for San Franciscos Mayor George Moscone and city supervisor Harvey Milk and a time for dancingg IN qi H Q l Travolta and Olivia Newton4John boogied in "Grease" A collision in the sky over San Diego - worst in U.S. history -took 144 lives Aldo Moro AE M, John Travolta in "Saturday Night Fever" a time for war ff", N Prime Minister Bakhtiar at session of Parliamentg the Shah's Imperial Guard puts on display of strength for the press. XS'-JL, l""id' 'A V ' .nr A in 1 1 5 4' ' 4 4 552 :TI ' 1 Demonstrators in Tehran flee through city streets when soldiers open fire on the crowdsg Ayatullah Khomeini. and a time for peace. J? sl: 2 if wg, I . 5 1 is . , if , Q51 l ' , -3 ' x. 1 . M , . . Begin Sadat Continued P9869 Teng Comes Calling - The China Break Through TWO BOYS We must not think this is an ordinary day Two boys are dead And in a mangled car Nestled against a milk truck, their faces Stare, unknowing, unmovingg Give mercy. We are crying Through the painted cinder block hallway the girls come crying. They shake their heads in disbelief, they hide their faces - A bad joke, they know that cars Bring freedom, are not for dead - Boys who hear know more this day Their shaking hands, ask mercy. The President quotes Micah - love, justice, and mercy, lt is inauguration Day and the Millions and millions of faces Are watching and smiling, some crying Some moved by promises, some burying hopes that are dead. The President walks down the middle of the wide avenue for this time freed from the huge, bullet-proof car. The snow is glaring white and edged with black near the car They did not live long enough to face Their fear, or make us hear their crying Or wait for us to come today With mercy. The bodies are removed. The boys are dead. Do you think looking at the dead Useless bodies in the hospital, sparated from the wrecked car The mothers' wretched call for mercy From the God who gave the boys that day To them, just a few years ago, Infants crying Boldly and life thirsty, fussy silk heads and tiny puzzled faces Will be heard, will move hearts, will unset stone faces? And some, a few, with mercy Will move to touch inot the dead, too late for that, the boys are gone and the broken carl But touch the crying Hurting ones, this day. The girls are crying, their furtive faces still afraid next day And mercy stands beyond the deceiving car, the youthful dead. Phyllis Hotch i i l IN IVIEIVIORIAIVI QU! JAN ANTHONY 1960-.1977 WARD DECENZO 1961-1979 E 1, 1 4 ' ? 29 . ' ...Qi 5' QA ,fa ' I fa ,4f, zz LQ f - 33 . 1 . A , h . ' ,swf .' r 'ff 3 Ll .A Q W 5' , . -W" - ,gal ? Q21 L 12 I F J 1 1 ' i N. x. xx. ', .X .V 5 . MAL 515 4' .,'- g ' x-Q1n",V.,,., , -,I A 0 N - 1 as ,v A' .Q 'TL nf. 1.,,..Jg fy, ' 5 sl xi f ,. , - 'S x.,,, ,, """':' x,',r. I ' H.,-I 1"',c' LW I ' s U 4 Y , , . 51, . . , . . ,I Q , 6 Q A-Q . 0 , f Jo L 'J'-s ' o ' ' . ' O. , O . ' ' 5 .J .Q U . 'g tl 0 . I , . . , . . X I ' C . . ' Q . 0 . 0 . Q' , 0 I I . . O ' A 3 ' 1 , ' . 'r o A t 9 - . . .4 I 5 . 1 sh , A i'f',.i' " " rf" -' .. , In r- I - kip, J DR. ALBERT BEN QSUPERINTENDENT 5 L 5 -1.1- ,-.1-1' 1 E i PRIN AL'S S ROUS EAU fT,: JACQUELINE DIGGS STRA GRADE 12 ADMIN! KAY WARD GRADE 9 SECRETARY J? gy. .J A'-xxx ,. "' Q 'Q X 7 It ALFRED BADGEFEA' MARIE ANDERSON GRADE 11 ADMINISTRA R GRADE 10 -Q1 8-.1 L ?i I I 35:14:53 if 1 PMQLLIS SEMPLE GRADE 11 SECRETARY , 4 Pina: IF' uldance CAROLE CONNORS I? 1 , ...,,.uw.+f.-A 1 I I I 1 x I I 'I I 2 I 2 1 3 I I I 5 I I 1, I if 4: ii 4: I' 1 If ,ez X 3: I WILLIAM MONNIE MARTIN BARRY HEAD COUNSELOR . .,4"f'4 s -IKATHERINE if If Wi, DENNIS PORTER Xx 1 4 4 I u ,L -, F ig CWI fl' J Pu Y 4 ' .L - " '. N, I If. .3 2 . JJ sa bw" J W I K' I I E. , t 9' A I", H-I, ' xy' 1' .91 A I A . V, F. X ,' xTf,1'QI'.,3f " ' L .Q . X1 ff CINDY CLEVELAND fix mc - i .I i I 1 I' 2-'Wg ' 125 D' ' I ' . if fi CLAIRE SHAPIRO SECRETARY ff! ,. .- ' , , , , . .lf ,fJ,JyTJ 'Wg' .4 L, S K DR. JOHN MEEGAN DEPARTMENT HEAD ' . t I X ,Annu 'Hur fi -In 7 . WILLIAM DUNNE X 'Q T if A, 'T TP gf gl! J I! ,xv .j x X I 2 - XX X. Q . O 7- 1 me 1 i 5 P 3 PAUL HESTER ' ROBERT TISDELL llfx 1-or fw- ,1 f URBINO BARREIFIA I1 gf- Tu X mm nam, UCTIONY 5'-Q3 DJ I Q c Z' l 1' ga all .Al -ai .Qu- .43 Q I-J C ., 1 l' -Q 1... . , 5 1 3 1' ! J! 0--rf , 0 A. Pu iff? I ,. ,, 4 ,vu .-,, ---v. 0 J 1 'Kos Q5? Y. PAUL PAPPAS I T5 'FOP 6-0 1 .avg-k?!,e'sL 3.5 J ,.' 111 wg Q af' .D , -fu. 'V . K..'-3, ya pf W X, f ,H fl ROBERT JOHNSON N SN 43- JAMES QUsNN ANNA LAMPERTI M SJOSEPH PALANO C7 L i i .gg . 1,. .Ill sv! RICHARD ENGVALL f 7 Qing' K J H, arm. "X lr 1 g N -fp - A-4 ' MARYELLEN SERIAC 59,'T"E rn jfkf-1 ' 'Q Ma lr vw- ik W -T' ,f, 1 f'i ...-,,-.. --- THOMAS HAMILTON .,' EBRA RUSSO RICHARD SOSNY 4? fra E453 NN!! Q' QJPUP' -f- 5 SOPHIE SAVAS R ,mf 5-'X 'x 4 -xv Wd - ...wqxv l , if nl , 1 ELETHA YEATON BARBARA DOROTHY CARTER 1,1 L -r'T', Yi, -9 ai' QM M I ' 0"J-ffl ! PATRICIA VARREUR W9 'X fx -L Q' ARLES HATCH E ARTM NT HEAD .4 5 - 1 ... 'Yi LOUIS TREVANI f"' , .--'ar' X P ' K 1 4 56513315 W df' 5' ,- -:H ,A 432' 2 E .wa I fffizflz r ' ,. '54 .Z 'f 1' . ,am A' . ' - 9372" ' A ROGER MCDEVITT km-9 ff K- X xu , - IRENE RILEY F f? ffm KVI n -, K, 1 + ESS Q' gf 'll M96-my LHINIEGKUHKG N O Eh. .....,.fA. ................-. ...Q---1-. ... - - I . X vu. H ix f"! Agggf g:::Q:::::Q...gg LL llllll llllll I 1IlLl H gg ,1- ,fr 'UN -i"1'ti 1 I 3 V 3f"'x f - A 11:1 ,' g.agfpf'f'1u-.S -Q, 4 T u, iff-P1 .V 'ivan , . y 4 5-4 mv an if CATHERINE RUBE '4X r-, 1. Ib JP 'A' if ' Hai' 53 I f 1. . J ' 04' 4,7 1 fn 11" , ii I I nav'-3 C ELAINE SATLAK TLA-" 3... 'I ff .Fl J W, , ,wks r V J U j' ALINDA PAUL f-J, ,J ' 4" ll ..i"""' ' ' , lv 4? 1 . ,ig nl 1.6 f v -wxf7!"""' 4 1 ff! m..f I , I 1. .fy ZH, - . ' ff? if-1 A 54 'f .2 , F 5 -. .xg 'J L, KST , . 4- if 1' f f, s"i.1'-:jg w lf" 1 xx 1' 11 y Nfl 1" I '.9 NOEL ZINKIEVICH X di 4 z . '-P . 'rv V , ' 1 5 ni gif! LL 56.5, ,tafffflr nk l'5v?x . i Y' XJ' VINCENT TRINCIA 4 DANA ROBBINS ' ff:- J ,if IE TOFANI JACK DIATELEVI JAMES STRONG H - fF"- 4 1 ff V' N . sf lv 5- 5' If 1 f iff: I ll ..- . "-'45 . 1 15-if 43 A? . ff' UND KHENCISZ TT Iv .2 X f JOAN DRISCOLL f f R vo "' ' 1 ' K K I D K Y f f- 3 1 R fX,,ffQ:: if "' ""'-V ff' -1 'vi' .fl ' ' 'T -nh: s A .HI JA Q1 5' , Q. E7 T' A 1 LR A' A .? Pg, 13- ri. 1 gc-q ,. VV Q A ,pl L r, , -I F4 1 fditstgzii? Q Rf R BETSY WIGGINS Vx. R, -ww R K- , SNUPERVISOR EA vx A R - .MARIE THY LIGHTBODY 'Q QN OL -1 CRS ?U yur S! Zip.. X121 SALLY LETOWT ff' 'W xx I I 1040 A -, 95 -Af- is SVT musl .1 ui- , WZ r 'IIA ,,. .4-lg ,Q IX ,J 7 B in x'--1 sf Y 1 in .-xx. ,fin I. X A I 8 ,hw .SF ff Rv 'I f7"' 5 S N 5' 7' ' fl" 15-- 7 w w"igJkf !i 1 an '37' '. "5 9 3 . ' I J. -f iw". ,jr '?:'f.1, If-lhlizg-ggi' f MARY CONWAY 4.-' f .11 15-.-ff 9-711 1 LAYNE LOSPINOSO if xl N 4 li 3 I J. , I - " ' I 4 ' M VA ..-.451-v"""""" gt U' , 52 'Q 1' ,,.. ,.. - .4 .. QT: ' ,, 'Q-. IYAYI' 1 . 3 an 4 JOHN GROVES L' MATI RITVA1. .Wifi , "lt 'Q 3' .1-A, 1 :gg 1 I f 51 A ROBERT JACHOWICZ v" -qfd BC 55 f S Q17 in MARIE SHEA MEDICAL SECRETARY WS. in , ,. DR MURRAY Q, 'fix A 'Q' fvAE1? f 'Q-.,,1V 'L 3 . ' Q If ' . ,.,,.f-' -ns-1 GENEVERE MOYNIHAN HEAD NURSE ,l "7 'W 5 . . , , A , , U W , ' Tami: ?,,zx4f:px,S-11. -. J' Wu. aiu. X, 'S , 4 Ye-Q WIT! BARBARA FORD LIBRARIAN V- gl' limi I ,M xl 1J,,.,, . ..A- . ' .. ",---2175 - is " --.. fm- ' ' nl.. E H, wr-53 ,. vs,Q.aUE'g- ' fs ,MARY HURLEY- LIBRARY Aloe 1 fn-F' H - . W' u 1,4 4 ' o in T R RRENCE MCCAFRTHY f1qi"3-VISUAL DIRECTOR fi "Maxx s 'n 'n 'n I " 'igagx vinqthw Q X, qv F 1 vifg, I ll . Q 's"E . K , ,M dl i '.lIl' I FRANK GALVANI 4 1g1::,'.1,"ix " ATHLETIC DIRECT 1 , .,,,,f ..', - - -.1a1"'-' ' 'V "'l7'!q 4 , J K E ls. 1 . if F if " x x E 8 i FO MOLO WOR gg 1,"f 3 9' n ,-: 2' if .Ax 1 'S' 'f,.. .zff " "1 5 X ri. L- fi", -. ws dl ffl F 4 Ui ' f, 1 1 , J , ,- Q 4 1 I sr . . 'FU 1 Nfl. H Y 'VKX N inl- u ' 1 , ' ,f , V -,, A-fx ' -, ' - 'Y?..'!'5a3i,!!iEi'5 A Q , -514 , ,I . W -b , :.'p.,. w-e2"4A5i:.L ' 'G '- L ' -'if . 1 pf ...Q-fm, , sf , - Ng .igxx , .V r I I, -1. f',f1?" 'fax W - L ,. , 'tr A ' . -I Q I , 1 s ' s .5 5 M 'K' l I I R x .N ,' I -1 -,1- ' t fi , 1, qi' 3 . pf! I F C Q A A A A 1,59 AJ' . -an ,G 'il '97, ' . J. .,- . . . ,4,. ., .' W1 . .'I"v'.Ih' A-nw - 1 swf, yin -0.-"4 tf"'.,-af. e 1. v . .,f. 4. NEW T 'Sw dr 1.1 C 'fs ,- ' . wx. I G7 f X I hjlx ,XS . 'if Q "r"""'-4 .J-1-L'.'.f-1-1Q1g15C1j.'f'if-1-my-:,?.4 -'g' J. , 4. 'I -H. 1,.,,.is.1. 1- , R., Dr., .Lf 1.2: N. .I , .' .V , ' I... ., ,f.'. . - ,-. . v ---,.,' ' J 1- ' ,..' : .y '21-,'h,.,-,-1:gs,zff.,.u.nlv.'-' ,-Q."-,,, -f-,' 4. . . .' , ,. f.-'fjg-3-"'.gZ"'..'4-2-ZA155- 73,113,532-'.'I'5 2 4' 13 H ...,. ,,..'l.: -..,., . .4 N -. Y. s Q., '-, '.,-3,-,-.-.f,.. n H .' f, :',',. s,.,.. ,fr ,.,... N n. N ,'. .Q-,I A f','.f.'4.- ',' , ' . .'-,' 'AL .. .1.'-14, l V 1' "' -" ., I.. """. U Q. SQL? ,wffq-'f1Q4.',.',. ' -, . ,tag .K IL .' - ,nfl 5 -',.' .,.,-,-.1.- - -.-r ' " ' ." 'flbi x-.- I 43 ' . ., ., u ,,,,. ,ml N .I-I VNVHLH-'l ' n Q 1 Q, ,.1. " ,, -, ff' ' iv' . 9 'QA iq g-'-'pig . 1 . LQ: -,,,'.'-.-1 ..'.,J.' ' . . I I' 113- -- fm:-.-v , nw'-' ., 1 1 1 ' rf-P 39 IN SINCERE APPRECIATICDN . Ms. Jaqueline Diggs - Grade twelve Administrator To Ms. Jacqueline Diggs, Throughout the past four years we, the Class of 1979, have grown not only as individuals but also as a class. You have led us through the many peaks and valleys which have marked our high school years. Even though you came to us as a new administrator, you quickly established yourself as a leader and a friend. Through your stern leadership you have earned our respect, however, through your understanding you have earned our love. Thank you, The Class of 1979 Mrs. Louise Richards - Grade twelve secretary To Mrs. Louise Richards, Thank you for all of your help, patience and understand ing. You have made our past four years at Framingham South High School more enjoyable. Thank you, The Class of 1979 1 Mr. Jack Hannon - Grade twelve Advisor To Mr. Jack Hannon, Throughout our past four years at Framing- ham South High School, your kindness, en- thusiasm, willingness to help and cooperation have been a great asset to our class. Your guidance has had a great influence on our class. Thank you, The Class of 1979 .,.,,,,,,-1 IQ! Yan! N, as 75' 1? 0 f 3 3, i it J , 'V . lx' 'F 0 N , W I 2 16 of. :- N 4 - 1. 6 wry-3 IG' my 'qi W Aluson Abrams ieasurer gl. V..-rl A43 H-ff' IOQSF f ve.. INT:-' ff- X - Vice President fx. A H X nw. lu In 'ever c. Half O Qi sk.: J.. I 1 PY1fu'x vnu duel 9.4 16- .XJ 'Nof SENIOR STEERING COMMITTEE: 1st ROW lLto RI: J. Miller, A. Abrams, S. Apkon, J. Goldman, J. Hannon, 2nd ROWDQL to RJ: N. Dewolf, E. Carp R. McKenzie, L. Swotinsky, S. Tackas, J. Flynn, M. Clinton, J. Foley, T. Brown, E. Videra, A. Kelley, D. Corsini..M. Fortier, S. Aronson, 3rd ROW QL to RJ: H. O'Rawe, K. O'Rourke, E. McCormick, P. Cronin, J. Crosby, S. Erickson, K. O'Rourke, E. Yost, S. Swaim, T. Duffel, 4th ROW lL to RI F Coots, L. Dvorkis, A. Hayden, R. McCarthy, M. Bliss, M. Cohen. As friends we are one: We have partied together at Our spots, that were so lngeniously sought. We have laughed together And we have cried, But the many friends that Were acquired throughout the years Have reflected only the best emotions, The girlfriends and boyfriends, The broken hearts and squabbles, They were all conquered by us: Together. As students we are one: We demonstrate our curiosity with our Thirst for knowledge. We are willing to learn, Explore and listen: Together. As individuals we are ourselves: We all have our own character And personality that makes us different. Our smiles depict our happiness as We walk through the halls With our many greetings: Together. As a group we are one: We have exhausted the word enthusiasm to the fullest extent. We are rowdy and alive, Together. As a class we are one: We are caring and loving, involving ourselves in every possible activity, Together. As a school we are one: We are respected For constant determination. The Determination comes from us, we will not stop until the feeling of superiority is accomplished: Together. We are one We will all strive for the accomplishment of Happiness: together. We have explored and learned as one. Then why must we say good-bye? We will not say goodbye, But hello, with open arms, To our new beginning: Together. Laurie Forman wa-'x r Hr 'Si' , . "1-51 " 7-. ' . .,., 1 , '41 . Lg' J V "I 'gf .47 ,J- i ' ALISON LYNN ABRAMS Life is made up of dreams and only you make them reality. Summer of 78. . .Jay Peak. . . CSN . . . Millwood .. weekends . . . enthusiastic . . . active. . .Alison 4 . CARLOS G. ALBA l celebrate myself and sing myself and what l assume you shall as- sume for every atom belonging to me as good belongs to you. GARY ACKER r -1 xt i ill? CHRISTINE MELLYSSA ACTON Some men see things as they are and say, why? I dream things that never were and say, why not? Fl.F.K. . . . loves music and basic good times . . . brave . . . Chrissy. DUARTE AFONSO A . .tl ia. 1- "Ya, but you should see the other guy." RANDAL ALDEN 'VN STEPHEN APKON Let not the mistakes of yesterday. nor the fears of tomorrow, fulfi today Dedicated determined a leader gymnastics Ste ve SUSAN AMY AFIONSON Even more beautiful than sun- shine is the golden glow of friendship. Memories . . PDC . . , expres- sive warm . . . understand- ing Sue LISA ASKIN You have to live life to love life, you have to love life to live life. Friendly . . . alive . . .fun loving . . . cape '78 . . . "K.H." . . . Lisa, NANCIE E. BALLO The road you leave behind, ahead lies mystery. Saturday nite partyin '...' 'Dis- co' '... loses herself in Jamie . . . radiant eyes . . .full of life. LAURA A. BALLOU May your wishes all come true, may you always do for others and let others do for you, may you build a ladder to the stars and climb on every rung. KATHLEEN ANN BAM FORTH Live life to it's fullest - enjoy! Quite the partier! . . . brighteyes . . . memories . . . high on Mt. Cranmore . . . UNH party . . .a NH girl? . . .The Fonda. . . GIP-Vamps . . . Hi Jack. it-I it ERIC A. BANKS A new day will dawn, for those who stand long, and the forests will echo with Laughter. 9l22l77 . . . partying in Nova Scotia and New Hampshire . . . free spirited. SHARI L. BARR With a little effort you'll receive alot of love. "Robbie" . , . outgoing . . . laughable yet sensitive. . .venus 8t jessy . . .January-1979. MICHAEL JAMES BARRY Only the hand that erases can write the true thing. Considerate . . .Optimistic . . . Witty. . .Ambitious. . . Marty. Vs. Rx is - A 'ax "Hey, I know it all," it! 1:7-'T' ,V GABRIEL BASSAN MARC R. BERENSON I live to be born again. A8iM Sundays . . . the white night . . . 16 seconds flat . . . Florida . . . Chirstmas '75 . . . 19th hole . . . sparkles. er'- ANN ELIZABETH BE RNHARD Long you live and high you fly, and smiles you'll give and tears you'll cry, and all you touch and all you see is all your life will ever be. C.-5 JOHN BERTOLINO Soft-spoken . . . kind . . . war- like. VIRGINIA M. BESHEARS The great essentials of happiness are something to do. something to love, and something to hope for. Laughable . . . persuasive. 45 I' ' fi if . "C 2 - --- .1-'f',, TONYA LEE BLACK Always reach for the stars,' but on the way take advantage, and enjoy each moment to its fullest. . . . Hi! . . . friendly . . . lively . . .expressive. . .natural . . . Tonto. K MARYELLEN C. BLISS Love when you can, cry when you have to. Be who you must, that's a part of the plan. Summer of '78. . .CSN. . ,par- ties . . . friendly . . . The Big Three. STACIE ANNE BOWEN Our happiness in this world de- pends on the affections we are enabled to inspire. A smile for all . . . friendly . . . alive. . .prom78. . .Cape. .. Dad. STEVEN BRADLEY I was here but now l've gone, to find my future l am bound. Easy going . . . finds happiness in whatever. -1 ri 'F fi ' Q- SARAH ANN BRANDON There is no reason for not failing, you've got to smile and turn the other cheek. So today you might be down but by tomorrow you'll be sailing. ANNE M. BRENNAN A man can succeed at almostany- thing for which he has unlimited enthusiasm. Concientious . . . studious . . involved . . .Anne. SHEILA ANN BRENNAN Happy are those who dream dreams and are ready to pay the price to make them come true. Friendly . . . outgoing . . . spi- rited . . . Millwood . . . Summer 78. - 3 me BRONWYN HONORE BRESNAHAN Young heads are giddy, and young hearts are warm and make mistakes for manhood to reform. "Horsey" . . . "blue-eyes" . . . wonderful . . .pals. 1-S3 sul fs -LQ EE F .-4 f-4 X Q 'rw 'graff- l could have sworn I woke up with only two hands this morning. 46 ft .f SCOTT A. BRODY The world will be better and brighter because of all that you are, hope to be and will be. Easy going . . . skiing . . . cow- boy hats . . . Scott. 'X t A :' - ,lf 4 512' N CAROLE E. BROSNAHAN Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see the shadows. Enthusiastic . . . Cape Cod 78 ...ELO78.,.drums... cruizin. . .Carol. TAMMY LYNN BROWN 'vs JEANINE R. BURKEN PAS No man is the whole of himslef, Live free or die. his friends are the rest of him. Darkstar . . . baggled . . . natu- Brownie . . . competitive . . . ral. . .high-spirited. . .creative leader. . .athletic. . .FH Camp . . . down to earth . . , realistic . . . B.BalI . . . J. Peak . . . . . . ahead forever. . . unique softball . . . BS. . .Bengi. jf Three wild and crazy chics. ,Ju-S ff' DINA BURSTEIN The man who is always trying to win can never win while the one who does notstrive for victory but is satisfied with his lot is always a winner. NN WAYNE BUSHEY Pm JEAN MARIE CALLAHAN lt's not what you get from life, lt's what you give to it. Jay Peak . . . Yes . . . show '78 . . .straightforward. . .lives for today . . . never at a loss for words. Av-E1 LYNDA S. CANNISTRARO For life is the mirror of king and slave, tis just what we are and doq then give to the world the best you have and the best will come back to you. ALISON BETH CARLTON To thine own self be true. Sincere . . . a true friend . . . complex . . . individualistic . . . high spirited . . . graceful . . . petite. . .dancingl . . .A.B.C. WN EDWARD BRIAN CARP A constant friend is a thing rare and hard to find. Pumping iron . . .outgoing . . . natural foods . . . hard worker . . .well-dressed . . . Fast Ed. CE LESTE M. CARPENTER Hold fast to dreams for if dreams die life is but a broken winged bird that connot fly. Reliable. . ,understanding. . . a true friend . . . Dave. REBECCA LYNN CARROLL lf I can bring a smile to anyones face, it is worth all my effort and time to make someone a little happier. Romantic . . . searching . . . Becky. 47 ALAN B. CLEMENT ERIN CASEY Happiness is living now, not dreaming of tomorrow. Cape '78 . . . Doobies . . . par- tyin '... Jay Peak . . . casual . . .Erin. . '9 JACQUELINE M. CASTELLI Tears on the outside fall to the ground and are slowly swept away tears on the inside lall on the soul and stay and stay. Marthas Vinyard . . . Mark. LISA MARIE CHABEFIEK Dreamers dream on and dreams never die. As long as we try, as long as we try. BM. . .energetic. . .petite. . graceful . . . LMC. 'Wh LISA CHAL ETS KY LISA JANE CHANEY Be happy for every minute you are angry you lose 60 seconds of happiness. Adventerous. . .Jim and the Jay . . .Sudbury. . .The Lakers. Z i ' Yi STEPHEN W. CHAPIN Working as hard as you can will result in success and profit. Ambitious . . . baseballaholic . . .hockey minded. LEIGH CAFIOLYN CHEFFERS Look into the future with hope and laugh at what you did in the past. Emotional . . . friendly . . . free . . . enthusiastic . . . skating . . .Leigh. is , fi 'D xx ri Qf' A N , V, ' , J ' fl ' is ,,.., , I hope Im not a grandfather when I graduate! 111' MICHAEL ANTHONY CINTOLO lt is easier to do a job right the first time than to explain why you did it wrong. Easygoing . . .casual . . . polite . . . never at a loss for words. X ff? Many dreams come true and some have silver linings I live for my dream and a pocketful of gold. High spirited . . .full of life. MARK S. CLINTON lt is the individual man in his indi- vidual freedom who can mature with his warm spirit the unripe world. Athletic . . . friendly, soccer '78. "'I'Dx ,Q W 'TV' CATHERINE ANN COBURN ln the midst of winter, l finally learned that there was an invinci- ble summer. Fun loving. . .White Bagley. . . the fund . . . "Hey kids" . Cath , ' 3 . ,n lx ,. -..I 1 4 M., 4 Y' Space Cadet -tif' JONATHAN N. COCO For long you live and high you fly so keep it good and always try. Concerts 78-79 . . . keg killers . . .friendly . . . parties . . . Coke. THOMAS COCO You can do anything you want, as long as you don't get caught. License, registration . . . Go Nuts! . . . crazy . . . '73 Challenger ...skiing. . .GM. . .ATard. MELANIE JILL COHEN Climb high go far make your goal the sky your aim a star. Summer '78 . . .CSN . . .never at a loss for words . . . the big three. . .liveIy. . .atruefriend ...Mel. Vs STEVEN M. COHEN What is worth doing at all is worth doing well. Good-natured . . . dedicated . . . ambitious . . . competitive . . .Steve lf LEONARD M. CONLIN JR. lf l cannot do great things, I can do small ones in great ways. Friendly . . . competitive . . . well rounded . . . soccer. . .ski ...Len. Cx DEBORA ELIZABETH CONNERY Don't walk in front of me l may not follow don't walk behind me I may not lead just walk beside me and be my friend. Cape 78. . . FriendIy's. . .Deb. ,g is, s fbi DEIRDRE MARY CONTI The price lpay for loving is high but the price lpay for not loving is more than l can afford. Sweet. . .easy going . . . Dee. X. XI Y GLORIA M. CONTRERAS its not the end. its only the beginning. Courtyard . . . memories of par- tying with the crowd . , . rowdy . . .fIirtatious. . .disco 49 QX .41 ff . x X J x XX V. X . , I FRANCIS S. COOTS We need no words we are com- plete. Shy . . . quiet . . .always with a smile on his face. . . happy . . . friendly . . . Sunday morning . . .B-Ball. . .Frank. ROBERT F. CORRADO Let us not findout that when we die we have not yet lived. O.D. Foley let me down. . .witty . . . calm . . . hardworker . . . easygoing . . . B.C. .X -. Q + 5 DONNA MARIE CORSINI The secret of life is enjoying the passage of time, Warm hearted . . . happy-go- lucky . . . a true friend . . . J-Peak . . . FH . . . parties . . . "We're All Alone." MICHAEL J. COTTON lt doesn't matter how long you live, but how you live it. Alive . . . California . . .ski trips ...KKillers...PDC...SC ...pool hop . . . boardin . .. weekends. .W I Luwg- LAUREN M. COVELL These are the times of your life and memories will cherish them. Understanding . . . unpredicta- ble.. .fevers.. .whotoId.. . Cape adventure . . . F.F. . . Laurie. tl PATRICIA CRONIN The most beautiful quality of true friendship is to understand and to be understood. Summer'78. . .CSN. . .Parties ...FHcamp...Fuzztop... Patty. JAMES J. CROSBY We triumph without glory when we conquer without danger. Friendly. . .challenging . . . in- dividual . . .Cape 78. . .skiing . . .basketball. . .Jim. JOANNE CROSBY Cherish yesterday, live for today, and dream of tomorrow. Summer '78 . . . Jay Peak . . . party. . .full of life. . .friendly . . . high spirited . . .Joanne. Sf Jr- Toga women '79 WILLIAM J. CROSBY From the mountains to the sun life has only just begun. Straightforward . . . easy going . . . concerts "78-79" . . . k. comp. champs . . . Cape . . . Millwood . . .Cros. -A-1 Y ,gf f ff' See no evil. Speak no evil. Hear no evil. Have no FUN! STEPHEN CROWLEY "X s an 11:-9 MAUREEN CAROL DALTON To love is to experience life's most meaningful pleasure. Sensitive . . . caring . . . lively . . . dancing with Tony . . . romantic. . . Mo. LOUANNE P. DECINA Our greatest glory is not ever fall- ing, but rising every time we fall. Sweet. . .friendly. . . good na- tured . . .cheering . . . Louann. MARY H. DECRISTIFORO Sometimes I wish l were a child again, skinned knees are easier to mend than broken dreams. Generous . . . G.M.B. . . . Mary D. H. TERESA D'ANGELO They told us that our hero has played his trump card. He doesn't know how to go on. We're cling- ing to his charm and determined smile but the good old days are gone. CHRISTINE S. DELPRETE l close my eyes only for a moment and the moments gone. Casual . . .carefree . . .friendly . . . concerts "78-79" . . . got a minute. . .Billy. . .Cousin. -'15 WARD R. DECENZO Old days, good times l'll re- member. Rathskellar . . . Beachboys . . . Hampton beach . . . Chicago ...K8tC. . .TL. . .BC. . .CS ...FC...Vito. ex TTB PAULA JEAN DELPRETE Nothing but heaven itself IS better than a friend who is really a friend. Expressive . . .athletic . . . nat- ural . . . FH 77 States . Softball 78 States. 51 XJ E Six Qs SHARON R. DEPREMIO I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday and I love today. Loring Arena 76-77 . . . the park , . . memories . . . Anita . . . Maelo. NANCY E. DELWOLFE There is no greater comfort than a friend. Where the memories are shared to the end. Full of life . . . understanding ...friendly ...Duck ... Nancy. KATHLEEN M. DICKMAN If you love something, set it free: if it comes back it's yoursg if it doesn't it never was. Artistic . . . warm . . . sensitive . . . born to boogie . . . cheerful ...Me. Home Sweet Home JONATHAN H. DINSMORE True friendship is like sound health, the value of it is seldom known until it be lost. Realistic . . . quiet . . . a future veterinarian . . , Dinz. N DEBORAH DONATO True happiness does not depend upon the number of friends you possess but upon the depth of each of those friendships. Determined . . . individual . . . quiet. DONNA MARIE DIRADO Every day brings along an experi- ence and a memory. Cherished . . . never to be for- gotten . . . lives for today . . . quiet. . .friendIy. . .individuai. D i i in X,,4 " STEPHEN DONOVAN The only way to have a friend is to be one. SHARON KATHERINE DOODY If you see someone without a smile, give him one of your own. Likeable . . . cruising . . . Pom Poms. . .partying . . .Sharon. 1"Ths 1 TERRI ELIZABETH DUFEL Always leave them laughing when you say good-bye. Friendly . . . White Bagley . . . toga . . . The Fund . . , midgies . . . straws . . . Comedy Hour . . .VBlFH. . .Terri. ux.. , I? M MARYBETH DUGGAN Born to be free and happy, may nothing change in mypath of life. Alive. . .enthusiastic MARY RUTH DURKIN Within you, there is a stillness and santuary to which you can retreat and be yourself. A natural . . . freebird . . Martha. NX r .f 1 .Q af., an 3 , ., . i at -E., 5 .4 . 0 4 ' 4 .' v 'Q ! , ' -' D 1 How's your love life? LYNDA DVORKIS Be wise, use your eyes, think right, but I might die tonight. Easy going . . . natural . . . Jay peak concerts 78-79 . . . well- dressed . . .free. . . Pynda. .ay tr' V ft 2 l , Z' CHRISTOPHER E. DYER JAMES A. ECONOMY DANA ELSEMILLER One man comes from many and Work fascinates me, l could sit lf I leave you here tomorrow will the many come from one. and watch it for hours. you still remember me? Quiet. . . considerate . . . hon- Keg Killer Champs . . . ramblin Skiing. . .footbaII. . .Cape '78 est. . .inteIIigent. gamblin man . . . adventerous . . . cars . . . bikes . . . Red . . .Jim. Barn . . . party . . . born to be ewild. . .Dana 53 'Imp Q H 53, I re X .:..JfT -. A 1 PETER DAVID EPSTEIN Yes, there are two paths that you can go by, but in the long run, there is still time to change the road you're on. Creative. . . EP. I I EUGENE R. FAINI You drive us wild, we'll drive you crazy. Athletic . . . lively . . . imagina- tive . . . mysterious . . . friendly . . . baseball . . . football . . . Gino. PATRICIA MARY FARRAND True happiness consists not in the multitude of friends, but in their worth and value. CSN dedicated . . . basket- hall a true friend .Tricia 54 STEPHEN R. ERICKSON Don't fill your life with years, Fill your years with life. Friendly . . . active . . . athletic ...Cape '78. . .keg killer... wild + crazy . . . YAZ . . . easy going. . .Chink. 'ZS DALE S. ESTEY You run and you run to catch up to the sun, but it's sinking and racing around to come up behind you again. Summer '78 . . . go for it . . . Este. CYNTHIA EVERS lt's not how far you go in life, but what path you choose to take. Quiet . . . athletic . . . creative . . .hard-worker. . .Cindy. ff' f "l'd like to introduce my mom." JAMES M. FARLEY I can resistanything except temp- tation. Sunnepee. . . .Tull. . . party. . .keg comp. . .Summer '78...gates...Lisa... freebird . . . Betius. . L. l 5 . , I JOHN C. FENTON l've had enough of this place and l think it's time to move along. Eastgate-parties . . . laughable . . gentle. . .freebird. . .Fen- toni FRANK FERRINI . u . I ' s ' V 'ml ., I THOMAS P. FLANDERS Let's make ungulating motions. Freaky . . . pusillanimous . . . crete nous . . . nonconformist . . . anticapitalism . . . mentally stable . . . the lone buzzard. 5 'ff' MARC FLEISCHMAN A good leader is one who knows the exceptions to common rules. Music crazy . . . ELO Live! . . . USY. . .car. . .Pres. TIMOTHY W. FOLEY You've gotta believe in something if you don't you will be lost. Lacrosse . . . concerts 78 . . . kegs. . .jam. . ."lE". . .good music. . . Fole. JOHN E. FLYNN, JR. When you don't want something enough to make an effort, making an effort is a waste. Casual . . . outgoing . . . friendly. . .individual. . .skiing . . .Jack. v- JANE MARIE FOLEY The most wasted day is that in which you have not laughed. High spirited . . . friendly . . . smiles.. .N.P. . .Cape78. . . Jay Peak . . . concerts . . Jane-M. 7 i. Q Dear Abby 1 l ,... 1'N JANE SARAH FOLEY Seagulls circle endlessly, Ising in silent harmony. We shall be free 'FH Camp . . . JayPeak . . . well rounded . . . competitive . . . RW. LAURIE SUE FORMAN We will explore forever, and live love together, until the twelfth of never, as one - Summer 78 . . . Brent . . . cre- ative . . . easygoing . . . lively ...Lau. MICHELLE RENEE FORTIER There's so many dreams l've yet to find, Friendly. . .MMB. . .class. . . VBlL. . .midgies. . .toga. . . Comedy Hr .... Fund . . . W. Bagley. . . Michelle. I 1 ROGER FOSGATE ws KENNETH FOX 7 9 MARK WILLIAM Fox lf you ever get annoyed, look at being self-employed. l love to work at nothing all day. knowledgable . . .realistic . . Competitive. 55 'W as rf' REBECCA N. FOX Always look to a star and reach CHERYL FREEDLANDER Learn from yesterday, live for to- for it. day, dream for tomorrow. Quiet. . .happy. . .determined Honest . . . feminine . . . well . . .friendIy. dressed . . . petite . . . dream maker. . . Cheri. Mv' FRANK W. GENERAZIO lll The way to be happy, is to make GARY BRIAN GEROME He who extends his hand is the others so. most honorable one of all. Free , . . laughable . . . Heffs Easy going . . . successful . . . . . PDC . . . kegs 78 . . . skiing. . .realistic. . .Gary weekends . . . boarding . . . poolhopping. . .partying. . .FG. XA DONNA FULTON lf you can't be with the one you love, love the one you're with. Carry on DT. . .JN still the one ...dreamsof77...ski... Camaro . . . reasons . . . North . . .Dawna. KAREN LEE GALLAGHER Each happiness of yesterday is a memory for tomorrow. Cape Cod "78' '... petite . . . never at a loss for words . . . loves the ocean . . . friendly . . . Karen. 3 JAMES J. GIATRELIS We are only what we feel. Millwood . . . PDC. . .weekends ...SC. . .skitrips. . .kcomp. champs . . . concerts . . . pool hop.. .Cape.. .tuneouts.. . athletic. . . Greek. TALI GILDOR Tomorrow is a new day for new horizons, sunsets and new ways to live with life. Thrillers . . . creative . . . "79" . , .well-dressed. . .individual. "Amoebas do that7l" 56 ROBERT ALAN GITELL Always be yourself so no one can tell you you're doing it wrong. Determined . . . funloving . . Gits, CHERYL LYNNE GLADSTONE lt's not how far you go in life that counts, but rather how many people you reach back to and bring with you. Friendly . . . ambitious . . Cheryl. . ... ,nr-. ,ru CINDY L. GOLD I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday and I love today. Prom '78. . . Loves to party . . . easygoing . . . Steve . . . Cindy. DAVID L. GOLDMAN Winners never quit and quitters never win. "Well excuuuse meee!I" . . . big sports fan - Lobs '78, Sox '78 . . . optimistic . . . laughable . . .Dave. 'Q Av-I., 1-imma I I I I Q IL 2 F' F- ,- 410 .. 1 'Q Y 2 F I r .I I M' Do I smell Chinese food? Y JUDI LEA GOLDMAN Don't be sad cause your sun is down, just keep your mind on to- morrow and carry on. Summer of '78 . . . parties . . . CSN...FHCamp...atrue friend . . .Judi. STEVEN B. GOLIGER Do that what pleases you, just as long as you have a good time doing it. A leader . . . friendly . . . active ...drama. . .Gotadime?. .. Steve. REYNA MARIANA GONZALEZ There's nothing wrong with feel- ing good. Strives to be different . . . at- tracted to dazzling smiles . . . Tato. . . Mariana. I N. . p' I PETER J. GRADY There is no room for second placeg you are either a winner all the time or not at all. Track . . . shy . . . dedicated . . .quiet. . .5l27l78. . .Party LYNN M. GUERRA I want to live my life in such a way that if I had the chance to live it over, I wouldn't change a thing. Easy going . . .natural . . . RW. JEFFREY G. GUNN Reminisce in the past, but always look forward for the future. Unreal . . . Good Morning! . . . green M8tM's . . . Art room . . . My gum is in my locker. . .Mup- pet Show . . . Jeff. L..- NATALIA GUTIERREZ If you can't understand my si- lence, you will never understand my words. Petite . . . parties . . . Mexico . . . skipdays . . . disco . . . Natalia. .5 KAREN L. HAKANSSON Call these echoes of going-ups and coming-downs. walking pneumonia and run-of-the-mill madness, colored with guilt. pride, and a vague sense of de- spair. 57 LX Y., .qi- - 4 F ...ag KAREN HANSON Reaching for the stars, watching for my future and fulfilling my only thoughts. Young . . . lively. If 1 S ll :pl .-.1-lf .-T -I-x. -f lawn. fnif RENEE J. HARMON To live is not to live for one's self alone, let us help one another. Determined . . . lives for today . . . a true friend . . . Nee. " ' wa 'fx 1' QV KEITH HARTT ln and around the lake, mountains come out of the sky and they stand there. AIFIBORNE . . 111 SHARON J. HAUGHN Always look towards the future otherwise you might stagnate in the past. Smile. . .C7. . .courtyard. . . party at WW . . . Tim's too . . . Franklin. 'Wx WAYNE HAFITT Hark through ties that tunnel us out of sane existence. . . .Wayno. flr' ' QW, ff'?1 Q ' . ANNETTE HAYDEN Tomorrows unopened doors are not to be feared, for behind them lies success and new friends. Summer '78 ... CSN ... Millwood . . .a true friend. AY YI YI YI, I am the frito bandilo' H JAMES TEFIFIENCE HAYDEN You who are on the road must have a code that you can live by and so become yourself. Humurous . . , Keg Killer . . . southern boy . . . Terry. Q'--v SUSAN M. HAYES The secret of life is enjoying the passage of time. CSN . . .summer of 78. . .ski- ing . . . senior parties - where the action is! . . . get psyched ...Sue. 1151- 9-N LAURA ANN HEFFRON Love. . . a word so often spoken, but rarely meant. Friendly . . . good-natured . . . wow . . . icecream . . . really! . . .pizza. . .well-dressed . . . caring . . . Laura. KENNY HOECKEH I can resist anything, except temptation. Friendly . . . lives for today . . . hardworker . . . keg killers . . . Cape'78...L.A...ski... Kenny. 4 I 1 If-J if if: 1 i LANCE HILLMAN Remember those who have given you guidance for they may have contributed toward the outcome of your future. Outgoing . . . realistic . . . dis- cus. MARYELLEN HOECKER Remember the wrongs of the past but don't forget the good that the future holds. Full of life . . . easy-going . . carefree. . . Melon. JQ fv- "Go Ape!" . we "ll 1.6, . hd Lk DAVID C. HOLBROOK Once is enough, at least for the time being. High spirited . . . industrious . . . ambitious . . . head of the swamp-crew . . . DN . . . Dave. .cz .2 lnfrf' if. L' TIMOTHY J. HOLMES Forget about the past, things ain't what they use to be so keep on straight ahead. Keg. . .Com champs. . .lots of concerts. SUSAN G. HOPKINS Life is either a daring adventure or nothing. Determined . . . U Lowell . . . A true friend. . .Cape Cod '79. . . understanding. . .Dedham. . . Sue. ffm, AMY RENEE HOROWITZ Even more beautiful than sun- shine is the golden glow of friendship. PomPoms . . . vivacious . . well-dressed . . . outgoing . Amy. 59 .41 x X J 44:--' JAMES T. HUIE Yesterday's gone with today on it's way, but l know that tomorrow I will remember today. P.D.C. . .. champs 79 .. Humarock . . . kill soccer . . . weekends. . .Jimmy. ALISON JOHNSON GWENDOLYN LEE HUNTOON The nice thing about memories is that they don't spoil - no matter how long you keep them. Loves Maine and music . . . warm . . . reliable . . . Prom '78 . . .Wendy. .ilu v.' .,xN . ,. 5 PHILLIP HURLEY XXL- "lt's over between us. l've found someone new." WALTER BUDDY JENKINS Well the good days are over but life goes on. Cheerful . . .always out to have a good time . . . Wolf. LINDA JOHNSON Among all the totally bad things we may encounter there still re- mains a beauty which we will all find. Creative. . .partier. . .friendly. av-N I' rv' ., M SUSAN A. JOHNSON ELAINE JORDAN SANG C. KANG There is only one success -to be Leave yesterday behind, and take Know thyself. able to spend your life in your a giantstep outside your mind. Good-natured realistic . . . chal- owri way lenging . . . truthful. Individual . Oh-okay . . I'm sure Yes '78 . Flay . . . Sue 60 K- LINDA F. KAPLAN One doesn't see well except with the heart. The essential is invisi- ble to the eyes, Sensitive . . . generous . . easygoing . . . typing pool . . Glee Club. .0""'N 404 . 'V' lb, , I . , R- , I STEVEN KARAS JEFFREY S. KATES LISA C. KATZIF Life isa lousy spectator sport. You can't step twice into the Likes music and VHQUGUJBII . - - same River, for other waters are personable. . .E.P.. . .Jeff. continually flowing. if C JAMES M. KEEFE Sundown yellow moon, l replay the past I remember every scene by heart they all went by so fast. PDC. . . concerts. . .weekends . . . Jim. IIA ..4-A K sr- "Oh John, you're so irresistible." LAWRENCE J. KEATING The man who fears no truths has nothing to fear from lies. Straightforward . . . carefree . . . expressive . . , never at a lossforwords. . .L.J.. , .Larry. 4'9- r--, - i . I .i .g. 'F-i SUSAN LEIGH KEEFE To each his own. Warm . . . high spirited . . . bursting with energy . . . who now?. . .pants?. . .grounded again. . .me serious? . . . I can't talk. . . individual. 4 WALTER KEEFE AMY ELLEN KEILEY The main thing in life is not to be afraid to be yourself. F.H. camp. . .Jay Peak. . .B.S. . . .casual. . .active. . .petite . . .Amis. . .Keiley-Bird. MARK A. KELLER Speech is a picture of the mind. KEVIN C. KENT There is music in everything - if man could listen he would be satisfied all his life. Saxaphone man . . . crazy . playful, 61 al .2 JOYCE E. KINDSTEDT Happiness does not depend on what we have but what we are. Outdoors girl . . . quiet . . . ca- sual. . .optimistic. . .practical . . .Joyce. MARY L. KIRK Learn from yesterday, live for to- day, dream for tomorrow. Boston . . . ACMY . . . always with Dawna. . .Miket. . .Nortie . . . S.F .... winter of '77 . . . Mar. KIM A. KIRKPATRICK Love is a flower, it grows, it blooms, and it fades away but its memory remains. Carefree . . . likeable . . . a true friend . . . Cambridge. LARRY STUART KLEIN Memories, are the dreams of the past, life is the joy of today, and visions are the dreams of hope for the future. Musical . . . dramatic . . . am- bitious. ,Z - . ,o a A . g . SHERRI KLEINMAN The days of our youth are the days of our glory. Easy going . . . reliable . . . smart. . .friendly. . .consider- 819 . . . DSIUTBI. 'ex T:- JUDI ELLEN KRAMER I take an inspiration of the past with me when I leave, and look forward to the future with great enthusiam. Confident . . . dedicated . . . free. .4--Q DAVID H. KRONENBERG Them who can, do. Them who can't teach. Them who can't teach, show films. Drama . . . musicals . . . May 5 . . .summer shows. JONI ROSE KULKIN True friends are like diamonds precious but rare - False friends are like autumn leaves found everywhere. . . Dancing . . . outgoing . . . summer 78. We like school better from the outside! EZ' JOAN P. KUNIAN Learn from mistakes, profit from experience. Space cadet . . . lay down . . cloud nine . . . true friend . . Tacoland . . . summer '78 . . Fen. MATTHEW R. LACHANCE 'ss ,S MARY T. LAVIN l dream dreams and I will pay the lt's far better to remember it as it price to make them come true. was not how it could of been. Wrestling . . . Michelle . . . ath- Cape Cod, , ,summer 0f'77, . , ietic . . . dedicated . . . Matt. parties. . .good times. . .Terri. Fresh fish for dinner! W N TERRENCE J. LEACH Life is a joke that's just begun. Rathskellar . . . BeachBoys '78 ...JS. . . PF. . .Providence ...K8iC. . .WD. . .FC. . .TV ...CS...DC. . .Terry. COLLEEN LEAL :wh LYNNE L. LEARY Throw a kiss and say good-bye, l'll make it this time l'm ready to cross that fine line. Summer of '78 . . . tango . . lives for weekends . . . Skins. 35' .X A X "gg 1 q l i. - F 1 I l. A li JACK A. LEVINE Feelings are not like faucets which can be turned on and off. Dedicated . . . friendly . . . happy . . . straight forward . . . out for a good time. . . Jack. ROBERT LEVITAN ALISON L. LEVY Be lions roaring in the forest of knowledge, whales swimming in the ocean of life. Caring . . . creative . . . citygirl . . . summer '78 . . . unpre- dictable. . . Lev. Q. 1 N. l l .v KEVIN J. LEBO There is no meaning in life except the meaning man gives his life through the unfolding of his powers. Individual . . . searching . . , Kevin. KERRIE LEE LEWIS Strive to be happy. QuarterNight!. . .never ataioss for words . . . the stones . . , grand illussion . . . endless nights . . . outta here . . . lim pisyched! 63 fi- nv-Q MARIANNE LINEHAN Sacrifice, the future has its price and today is only yesterday's to- morrow. Partying . . . Bud . . . OP and Beacon . . . casual . . .easygo- ing . , . Mare. .ful ROBERT C. LOCICERO NANCY M. LOCKE Carry on, love is coming, love is Take time for friendship . . . lt is coming to us all. the source of happiness. Concerts "78" . . . keg comps Summer of '78 . . . animal lover . . . C.S.W.Y .... fixed quad- . . ."carefree". . .guy watcher raphewia . . . such is life . . . . . .never ataloss forwords. . . Maryellen and Lisa, Good Buddies' NHFICG. is KATHLEEN MARIE LUNDERGAN lf l were meant to be like all others, l would not be given the gift of thought. Quiet . . . has herself in a crowd . . .unpredictabIe. . .Kath. BETSY LUNNY The road to a friend's house is never long. Jeff. . . outgoing . . .generous . . . a true friend . . . realistic . .Vt. and theCape. . .Bunny. 1 . 4 is i MARY ELLEN MACEACHERN I am not afraid of tomorrow for l have seen yesterday and l love today. Happy . . . generous . . . lives for today. . . EM. KAREN ANN LYNCH Even more beautiful than sun- shine is the golden glow of friendship. Spirited . . . friendly . . . Ded- ham. . . U. of Lowell . . .a true friend. .4 W ...nn-.. K 5' RAYMOND S. MACLEOD Wherever the future leads you, dreams are awaiting to come true. Athletic . . . softspoken . . "yeah, sure" . . . baseball . . Yes '78 , . .Ray. 4 i M... LESILIE K. MANAHAN Wisdom is as vast and ageless as the sea but love and beauty reach beyond its farthest shores. Easygoing . . . funloving . . Me. CHERYL MANION fs... Q "Gee, I wonder if she's free tonight." 'i A ,. .f 'wall , , L LORI MARCOTTE xx . I' X CHRISTOPHER JAMES MANSEAU We are the singers of a song and the dreamers of a dream. it is music that lightens the heart and dream that quest for reality. MITCHELL MARDER BENJAMIN KENT MARSHALL JR. Be proud of yourself. Why? Be- cause you are you. Friendly . . . athletic . . . proud . . .gentIe. . .Ben. APRIL ANN MARTIN lt's been such a long time, l think I should be goin' cause time doesn't wait for me, lt keeps on flowin' good times, laughable . . . rowdy . . . tunes . . .ApriI. 'wa KX ,Rfk JOHN A. MARTIN No one is useless in this world who lightens the burden of it to anyone else. Enjoys all sports . . . Yankee hater. . .friendly. . .Jack. BRENDA L. MATHEWSON No goal is too high if you climb with care and confidence. ROBERTA MAUSHART To live fully is to live freely to take each day and make it all your own. Lives for today. . .quarter night . . .partying with KK . . .Berta 65 5 gl :,-Y ' FIOSEMAFRY MCCARTHY Just take a look around you, livin' for the future is blind, I believe what we achieve will soon be left behind. The dream child . . . 8l25 . . . Rory. DUANE E. MCCORMICK People learn something every day and a lot of times it's that what they learned the day before was wrong. High spirited , . .yellow bugs. EVAN T. MCCORMICK PAUL ANDREW Don't do today what you can put MCGOWAN off until tomorrow. To live free is a challenge, to die Casual . . . imaginative . . . par- free is an obligation. ties . . . summer of "78" . . . Musical. . .unique. . .fun lov- kegs. . . concerts . . . Evan. ing. . .Mic. KATHLEEN A. MCGRATH Give someone a warm smile and a friendly word, it's bound to be returned. Cape Cod . . . ELO '78 . .. cruisin. . .skiing . , .parachut- ing . . . Kathy. DIANA DAWN MCGUIRK A true friend is the best posses- sion. Always ready to help . . . emo- tional . . . warm hearted . . . party. . .hearty. . .V-Ball. . . Mickl , . . Di. 0 PAULA J. MCGURL Keep believing in your dreams and make your own impression in this world. Dancin' the freak . . . Heatwave . . .unique. . .the kid. . JANET MCINTYRE Don't hang on, nothing lasts forever but the earth and sky. Down to earth . . . easy going . . .softspoken. . .exceptional. --L '-ET' gi. gl f:-f- .gpg Kenny, Hughie, Billy, Buddy, Jimmy, and Timmy. ,DQ F I" 1... .x.Jl 1 Q, lisgl . h , x L .J ilu SIOBHAN MCKEATING Life has been good to me. Summer of '78. 45, ELIZABETH ANN MCKEE Time goes slowly but carries on and now the best years have come and gone. Born to be wild . . . never at a loss for words . . . Lisa. vu Marybeth, Pam, Janet and Maria. ROBIN ANN MCKENZIE Waves may wash our footprints from this stretch of sand, but even time will not wash them from our memory. Friendly. . .spirited . . . care- free. S5 'll PAULA MCLAUGHLIN Lord grant me the serenity to ex- cept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things l can, and the wisdom to know the difference. xi" SHARON MCWEY li Y ,,. ., DORA ANNE MESSANA Go placidly amid the noise and haste, and remember what peace there may be silence. St. Moritz '76. . .Mustang ll. . . serious. . .ambitious. . .Dora. I ff JOSHUA STEVEN MEYER Live to be free,' otherwise Life isn't worth living! High-spirited . . . artistic . . . creative . . .skiing . . . cruising . . . and most of allg Partying! . . .Josh. 'fthe PA JEFFREY LEE MILLER Every great and commanding movement in the annals of the world is, the triumph of en- thusiasm. Active . . . friendly . . . expres- sive. . .Japan . . .sailing . . . Mills. ESQ :Qs JOHN J. MISKINIS The most imcomprehensible thing about the world is that it is so comprehensible. Skillful , . . so polite . , . loves computers. 67 IQ sl Hx IGNAZIA FRANCESCA YVONNE MITCHELL BETH ANN MONENE STEPHEN MOORE MISTRETTA Success is getting whatyou wantg If you love something set it free - happiness is wanting what you if it comes back to you it's yours - if it doesn't it never was. get. Always laughing . . .artistic. . . green m8.m's . . . crazy. f' 'Q 1 A JOHN MOREAU WILLIAM CHARLES ROBERT MORUZZI ELLEN M. MOYNIHAN MORFIISSEY To reach the port of life we must Life is a party, sail sometimes with the wind and Spirited . . . searching . . .quiet sometimes against it. . . . carefree . . . summer of 78 Athletic . . . creative . . . loves . . .W.P.O.D.. . . P.D.C. horses. . .Polo 78. . . Ellen. Wow, I think Im in love 68 CHRISTOPHER R. MULLEN The torch has been passed. J,F.K. Oh, really? . . . China trade. . . .alittle right of Archie Bunker . . . Monty Python . . . good- natured . . . the mart '78 . . . funny. . . Mull. SATISH S. MULUKUTLA The monuments of education will survive the monuments of wealth or power. Intelligent. . . imaginitive . . . involved. COLLEEN M. MURPHY A smile can never be kept, it can only be given away. Outgoing. . .carefree . . .full of ROBERTA S. NATHAN GREGORY M. TIMOTHY J. NAZAK e . . . Cape '78 . . . "party" . .Jay Peak . . . concerts . . . Colleen. 15N . W L xl f 7 if A. all..-.2 Ark f'f' f uf! RONALD MUSHINSKY WILLIAM MURPHY There's a place for every person. Alive . . .adventurous . . . spitit of '79 . . . fishing . . . hunting . . .skiing. . .the spot. . .look before you throw something. ANTHONY MUTO FREAK OUT !! LAUREN BETH MYERS Ouiet and reserved, yet filled with the joy of life. Happy. . .kind. . .understand- ing . . .straightforward . . .reli- able. . .studious. . . romantic. K - M Before us lies a new day, and in the distance a new world, ours to create, by the strength of our faith. Tacos. . .PDC. . .CSN. . .ski ...Bert GARY RICHARD NATOLI lt takes both the rain and the sun- shine to make a rainbow. Talented . . .expressive. . .ad- venturous . . . determined . . NATTERSTAD Let not the mistakes of yesterday, nor the fears of tomorrow, ruin today. showtime! . . . summer parties Dedicated . . . easy going . . . . .Nate. Hoop. . . Nat. Th DEBORAH J. NARDINI No friend's a friend till he shall prove a friend. Excels in skiing . . . enjoys con- certs and parties . . . Bermuda 79. . . Deb. Duty, honor, country, United States Navy. 69 QQ lil 'S f',..NE STEVEN O. NEIL One's goal must be to succeed in whatever you do. Life is what you make of it! Ambitious. . .poised . . .sensi- tive , . . dream maker . . . the Star child. 1 KAREN ELAINE NOLET Cherish yesterday, dream tomor- row, live today. Ta Daa! . . . B-Ball 8. Sam . . . thanx M8.D . . . I'm embarrased . . . The Next Great American Novel . . . Ken. Q JOHN J. O'BRlEN Ill Winners make commitments Losers make promises. Florida '79. . .high spirited. . . loves sports . . . Lob '78 . . Well excuse me . . . Obie. +79 X A SPENCER N. ODEMS Music is the universal language of mankind. Friendly . , . aware . . . easy going . . . music. . .Spence i 4 fi Two's company, three's a crowd. MARY O'DONNELL ll you love something, set it tree: il it comes back it's yoursg il it doesnt it never was. Ambitious reliable quiet Ground Round Ktl- linrglon 78 70 kzttvl KATHLEEN M. O'LEARY Laughter is the slowest distance between two people. Cape Cod "78". . ,good natured . . , enthusiastic . . . athletic . . .Katie JAMI JEAN O'CONNELL A true friend is the best posses- sion. Lives for today . . . funloving . . . Vt. 8 the Cape. . . concerts . . . B.R.P .... partying . . . Jami. ANN TERESA O'DONNELL Everything exists for a reason look for it and never stop asking why. Sensitive . . . sympathetic . . philosophical . . . musical. MAUREEN P. O'NEILL Automation is a technological process that does all the work while you just sit there, when you are young this is called Mother. HUGH O'RAWE Don't cross the river if you can't swim the tide. Friendly . . . Cape 78 . . . 3l7l77 . . . keg killers . . . concerts 78-79 . . . parties . . . rally 78 . . .Chewie. tw. at CRAIG ORENT Take life as it comes and it will come easier. Keg parites . . . Cape 78. . .Ju- nior year craziness . . . born to be wild . . . handsome . . . Craiga. DEBORAH O'ROURKE I will not be hurried down or blackened by your lies, l must go and find my dream and live in paradise. Loves concerts . . . SBML . . . Deb. I I I KENNETH J. O'ROURKE Be not simply good, Be good for something. Friendly. . .full of life. . .pep . . . Keg killer . . . born to be wild and crazy . . . a clown . . . Oki. OSWALDO ORTIZ Boy, I really got stroked this morning. KEVIN O'ROURKE You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough. Never at a loss for words . . . friendly .. . outgoing . . Millwood . . . summer '78 . . . Keg Killer. . .Oki Jr. f in fi-s gi f f ' O ., ,, V4 'ik 'iff ' t is' ' - .f .4QlT: fi' MICHAEL C. OTEY To act sane in this world, you have to be a little crazy. Basketball . . . waterskiing . . . N.H. . . . "you got it" . . .crazy . . . your friendly indian . . . Oats. MARGARET R. OTTAVIANI Success is obtained by the indi- vidualg happiness is obtained by sharing one's success with others. Quiet . . . determined . . Pooch. "Vi . es if -f XI f ANA MIRIAM PAGAN EDWIN PAGAN STEVEN PAITCHEI. There are many dreams in life, The prevailing philosphy of edu- and we must hold on to the ones cation tends to discredit. we can get our hands on. Hard work. . . hyper. . .Paitcn Crazy . . . bigmouth . . . for- ward. 71 i1..i-1- qw -1- IU' .,-44 30" ROBERTO B. PALENCIA The wind blows - The sun shines -An our lives fade. Sincere . . . active . . . and a poet. ALAYNE FRANCES PALMER There's nothing worth the wear of winning, but laughter and the love of friends. Friendly . . . competitive . . . Florida. . .creative. . .AIayne. MARK J. PANTALONE Walking down this rocky road wondering where my life is lead- ing, rolling on to it's bitter end. Bad Co.. . .doing doobies down time Cape. . .Ginzo. CHRISTOPHER J. PAPPAS You will become well-to-do from doing what you do well. industrious . . . good natured . . .sincere. . .skillfuI. . .indi- vidual. . .easy going. . .Chris. ' i Q fs Mx l ' MATTH EW PAOU ETTE IGNAZIA "NANCY" PECORELLA Happiness if having friends to love. Artistic . . . Italian . . . unique , . . green M8.M's . . . friendly ...artroom. . .warm. . .The Beatles . . . Iggy. ROBERT F. PEDULLA The free conversation of close friends is what I would prefer to any form of entertainment, .. ' .5 gig? CYNTHIA PERKINS . 42 f' li ii?- 'VM ,, 5 ,',4. - .-' , ' Y-rv. .H , . . , .H I X' - 517 ' , 1 . .- ,.1 Iam 8 WOOOYTIBDI 7? CHRISTOPHER JAMES PETRINI Fear not that your life shall come to an end but rather fear that it shall never have a beginning. Summer '78 . . . The Who. . . Chris. GERALD PIRKLE s REBECCA ELISABETH POITRAS l came, l learned, and now l'm leaving. How's your love life? . . . honest . . .quiet. . . casual . . .easy- going . . . well rounded . . . Be- cky. BRUCE POLLARD Buddy 421.4 fa STEPHEN J. PREVITE lf you see someone without a smile, then give him one of your own. Easy going. . .inventive. . .en- joys music . . . friendly . . . Steve. - ill MATTHEW PROVOST .6:XL.' FRANCIS P. PRUYN lt is impossible for a man to be cheated by anyone but himself. Easy going . . . friendly , . . Frank. PAUL RADITZ l'm sailing away set an open course for the Virgin Sea cause l've got to be free. This is so intense! . . . baseball . . . athletic . . . sings . . . spaceman. ki VANESSA V. REID Common sense is instinct and enough of it is genius. Always embarassed . plumpkin . . . "be serious" . . Cape 78. . straightforward. . Vanessa. 1 JEAN ELIZABETH REPOLE For long you'll live and high you'll fly, and smiles you'll give and tears you'll cry. All you touch and all you see is all your life will ever be. 3 I 4 f I ROBIN J. RACE Life is a world of confusion, peo- ple come and go too fast. Vivacious. . .sensitive . . .wild 81 crazy . . . a true friend . . . Bermuda. . . Robin. -L, 'Vt ROBERT RESNEK 73 :li I in J. CHRISTOPHER REYNARD Be civil to allg sociable to manyg familiar with lewg friend to one enemy to none. Witty . . . smart. f 'T-' 1.9: ' MARK RICHARDS TIMOTHY RIFFLE II' i KENNETH N. RILEY Do not follow where the path leads rather go where there is no path and leave a trail. Likes cars and music, 68 Mustang lndustrious . . . easygoing . . . Kenny. "Hi there"' ' 1 PAMELA M. ROBERTS lf you believe you can achieve, you are well on the road to ac- complishment, Loves life . . . happy. . .outgo- ing . . . Pam. JOYCE A. ROBINSON Gonna cruise out of this city, head down to the sea, gonna shout out at the ocean, Hey, it's me! Creative. . .Tull. . .party. . . Joyce. WAYNE ROBERTS SCOTT D. RODENHISER Live free or die. Good-natured . . . industrious . . . searching . . . skillful . . . summer boating . . . water- skiing. . .NH. . . Rhody. PETER ROGAISHIO Q- RICHARD ROGAISHIO REINALDO ROSADO JR. Have a faith that any dream dreamed long enough cannot keep from coming true. Easy to get along with . . . quiet . . .good-natured. . .Rey. ldv iv AMY S. ROSENBERG Give to the world the best you have, and the best will come back to you. Achiever . . . Sweet . . . La- crosse . . . Conscientious . . . Flute . . . Rosey. ' Q f lx . I INN fu-s I... Q Kukla, Fran and Rory. PATRICIA ANN ROTATORI All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream. Petite . . . athletic . . . realistic . . .optimistic. . .Patti. RONALD J. RUBBICO lplan to be the dictator of democ- racy. Waterskiing . . . N.H. . . . friendly . . . Clean up "78" . . . pumpkin snypin . . . a good laugh. . . Ronnie. ALICE C. RUIVO You gotta believe in something and give it some time, you gotta be- lieve in someone and go over the line. Spirited . . . unpredictable. MARIA RYNKIEWICZ Many dreams come true. some have silver linings, l live for my dreams. and a pocket full of gold. Led Zeppelin. . .born to be wild .-. party . . . boogies . .. Mama. 75 sa . i' MICHELLE R. SABELLA I came down with a rare disease this summer and recovered in the Island of. , . lt's whats underneath that counts . . . just me . . . Beam Michelle. nv'- ki DEAN SCHNEYER Live and let live. Live life to its ful- lest. Easy going . . . lives for today . . .free FRANK J. SAVELL I know nobody knows where it comes and where it goes I know its everybody's sin you've got to lose to know how to win. Airborne . . .Jay. LYNNE C. SCAGNELLI The only way to win happiness is to give it. The more we give, the more we have. Memories of Maine. . . Bermuda 79. . .enjoys skiing . . . Lynne. MARGARET G. SCANLAN This above all: to thine own self be true. Friendly . . . fun loving . . . willing to listen . . . understand- ing. . . reliable. . .Bermuda 78 . . . Peg 8- Jim. RICHARD SCHWARTZ ia X! So thats what one looks like. 76 DENISE T. SCOTT The future cannot see the road you leave behind. Outgoing . . . hardworker . . . full of pep. . .different . . .Sat- urday nite partyin' . . . Disco Dad '78' . . . Niecey. MICHAEL SEARIAC -Jfy MICHELE H. SELIG To have a friend is to be a friend. Shy, sensitive . . . green m8lm's . . . sharpshooters . . . caring . . .definitely . . .Allan . . . laughable. GEORGE JOSEPH SHALHOUB Think of tomorrow as a day to fix what you screwed up today. Keg parties . . . W.P.O.D. . . . summer 78. . .IceT. . .born to party. . .free . . . fearless. . . Pops? COREY E. SHAW A sense of humor is the Pole that adds balance to our steps as we walk the tightrope of life. Zoommm . . . Wayland . . . Coors. I RACHEL SHEAR A smile takes just a moment but the memory of it last forever. Hard worker . . . concientious . . . a true friend . . . reliable. ALAN SICKLES l'm very easy to get along with, just do it my way. fvi JAMES WARREN SMITH JR. Here I am just waiting for a sign, asking questions learning all the time. Musical . . .creative. . .sailing . . .campouts. . .Airborne. . . Jimmy. P- A MARK E. SILVER A generation which ignores his- tory has no past-and no future. Hi Mom . . .a subtle laugh , . pumpkin snypin . . . Hi-Ho. Veg in the cafl GREG SKLAR wi THOMAS M. SLINEY When it's time to die, let us not discover that we have never lived. HDT. . . polite. . . hard worker . . .friendly. . .Torn. fir.. in sir SYNDEY SMITH JOHN S. SOJKA lf I leave here tomorrow will you still remember me, for l must be traveling on now cause there are too many places I have to see. Cape '78 . . . Party . . . Crazy . . .Sojk. PHILIP GARY SOKOLOV No friend's a friend till he shall prove a friend. A true friend . . . helpful . . friendly. . .Weather 77 Y-4 ...,,g JUDITH M. SOMA lf only we'd stop trying to be happy. We could have a pretty good time. Ready with a smile . . . summer 78 . . . head for the moun- tains. . . STEPHEN SOMA Don't be angry, don't be sad, don't sit crying over the good times you've had. Born crazy. . .ski out west. . . never serious . . . k-comp. champs. JANA R. SONNENFELD Keep smiling it makes people wonder what you are up to. Well dressed . . . fun to be with . . .disco. . .atrue friend . . . laughable . . . boy crazy . . . "79", MARIANNE SOUHLAFIIS l am what I am, and l have the need to be. Expressive . . . trips to N.H. . . . Ioliipops . . . "cutest boy in the nation" . . . such a clown . . . Bish. .fix-' rf' 15 -six f 1 ' AL f KENNETH SPECTOR MITCHELL J. SPEZZANO If it is that I have seen farther The only way to discover the than others it is because l have stood on the shoulders of giants. limits of the possible is to go be- yond them into the impossible. FAITH M. STUCCHI Sailing away set an open course for the Virgin sea for l've got to be freeg Free to face a life that's ahead of me . . . Styx. NH Summer 78 . . . skiing . . . Stuc. JUDITH MARIE SULLIVAN Accept me as l am so I may learn what I can become. 7l4l76-B.G .... Cape '77 . . . Miami '78 . . . Dunfeys . . . France . . . Lacrosse . . . am- bitious. . .spirited. . .Judy. fb Y-2 ICP T F 78 3 x F SMA? ik, 1 f i x X J-l . I i F of v 5 QU' ' T. " I ! I '1 2 f , I Senior Girls '- li. 1:-. .f K- R. - X. XII, x FRANCIS J. SUPENO lt's not how far you go in life, but what path you choose to take. Athletic . . . ski trip 77 . . . ten- nis captain . . .Joe. fl -"'q"l' CHERYL ANN SWAIM ln the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make. Cheering Captain . . . Millwood ...CSN. . .JayPeak. . .F.H. camp. . .intelligent. . .spirited . . .Bird. DEBRA CHARLENE TAGLIENTI The best and most beautiful things cannot be seen or touched but are felt in the heart. Really enthusiastic laugh. . .full of life . . . active . . . Debbie. CATHERINE S. SWEET Tho' modesty is a virtue, bashful- ness is a vicep Full of life. . .dream maker. . . loses herself in. . . Chip . . .the Cape. . . Prom Queen "78". . . Cathy. fl? 1 ff ' 1 SANDERS T. TAKACS Never to dare is never to have lived. Football 79. . .determined . . . sailing . . . competitive . . . ski- ing. . .lacrosse. . .active. . . Tak. 'Vs Q X .1-1'-"" SAND-5C Ri? T ,fl LISA JOY SWOTINSKY The only way to win happiness is to give it. The more we give, the more we have. Fun loving. . .cheerleading . . a true friend . . . Lisa. -9.4 LISA M. TANNENBAUM We are the musicmakers and the dreamers of the dreams. Talkative. . .creative . . .cheer- ful. . .The Big Three. . . Party! . . .Summer of '78. . . Lis. St 4:15 as DONNA SZAMBELAN .I Exe. iv .3 -fl J . as vt, 7 ! RAYMOND JAMES TARVER JR. Have a happy eternity! i'We're all in it togethenl PDC. . . high spirit . . .a true friend . . .parties . . Ray. 79 W1 -li 7 Qui? 'iw DAVE TASSINARI People living in competition all I want is to have my peace of mind. Loves to party . . . rowdy . . . straight-forward . . . "Michele" . . ."Tass". PETER M. TESSICINI Skating away on the brink of a new day. Never at a loss for words . . . party. . . Doobies. . .Tess. . "79". SCOTT JAMES THALER Nothing is at last sacred but the integrity of your own mind. Israel . . . a future in medicine . . .Royal Family. . .lrene. . . dedicated . . . a leader . . . props . . . Scott. f it at E. GARY THOMAS I crave for 30 inches of powder fling high. Sugarloaf . . . Sugarbush . . . Naples Maine . . . don't eat yel- low snow . . . SKI . . . Zappa . . .chickenman. F. CHARLES TIBBERT The only thing l can do for my friends is simply to be their friend. Drama . . . keys? . . . it's Miller time. . .Jethro Tull . . . Chuck. RONALD TOMASSINI Keep on trying no matter how numerous the misses. N.H. and H.J. 78 . . . Cape Cod . . . determined . . . unpre- dictable . . . good looking . . . Ron. SUSAN ANN TOMLINSON Wish not so much to live long, as to live well. MYF. . .Brazil78. . .skitz. .. laugh . . . Beach boys 78 . . . Hampton Beach . . . Tastee Tower 78. . . Scaggi . . . Sue. ALLAN P. TREMBLAY lf every man knew what others say of him there would not be four friends in the world. Kathy's bug . . . green M8lM's . . ."hideous". . . Denise. . . Allan. 80 A normal day at South. X X!l-- s LAWRENCE A. TUCKER Life is a journey: not a destina- tion. Follow where The Spirit leads. Carefree. . .poIite. . .romantic . . . straightforward . . . "Ken Doll". LISA MARIE TZELLAS You see things as they are,' and you ask, why, but I dream things that never were, and ask, why not? Unique. . .prom p."78". . .T.Z. ROBERT VENNE Keep on thinking free. Easygoing . . . Millwood . . . concerts . . . ski trips . . .sun 81 snow . . . k-comp . . . champs always. . .may as well . . .do it up-right. . .Cape. . . Fuzz. , . TERRY E. VARGES Count your life by smiles not tears, count your age by friends not years. Happy. . .friendly. . .concerts . . . Jaypeak . . . partyin' . . . bzz. NANCY CONALL VENTURA To meet, to know, to love, and then to part, is the sad part of many a human heart. Well-dressed . . , adventurous . . . slim . . . Prom Queen '76 . . .Connie. rf APE Q. Some people THOMAS E. VIALL He who make no mistakes, does nothing. Laughable . . . caring . . . con- cerned . . . Commodores . . . Three Times A Lady . . . senior banquet '79 . . .Tom. just never grow up. 'vb ELIANE GOMES VIDEIRA Far away in the sunshine are my highest aspirations. Dream deep for dreams precede goals. Warm . . . always smiling . . . tennis, unpredictable . . . sweet . . .Eliane. 'iv' b t "Q 1, if iq . si R 15 - . 51 .. " " f"'J9 ,A .. M ESR " ' VINCENT S- VIRGILIO DIANE L. VOISAFID KARL WAGNER T0 Paffll is to live, There is not profit in deceit, hon- To try is to win, to quit is to lose. Summer of '78' - - Pafmemef Rd- est men know that revenge does Friendly . . . athletic . . . fun- - - ' DVGWS' ' tgfand am - - - H0 not taste sweet. loving . . , Wags. dice. . .awesome. . .Hoptown ...nabs...Amy...swamp- rats. . .Guinea. Crazy . . . Tex. TROY R. WALES If you do not understand my si- lence, you will not understand my words, Reliable . . . determined . . Searching. 81 'Yin SUSAN WARD Life is to be fortified by many friendships. To love and to be loved is the greatest happiness of existence. Dramatic . . . english . . . Duc- kie. GREG WHEELER Don't let it bring you down, it's only castles burning. Cape '78 . . . concerts . . summer '78. . . keg killers. . keg parties . . . kill soccer . . Grampa Wheels. ANDREW S. WARNER Man's flight through life is sus- tained bythe power of his knowl- edge. Drama club. . .musicals. . .fly- ing . . . late nights backstage . . .Andy. GLENN WEST DOREEN P. WHALEN The greatest achievement in the world is doing something people said you couldn't. Athletic . . , lucky hat 13 . . . outgoing . . . Doreen. "l'm a lumberjack and l'm okay. . ." 5 . 1 V X - l l BRUCE G. WILDER He who trusts all things to chance, makes a lottery of his life. Never at a loss for words. . .ski- ing . . .gymnastics. . . Bruce. 5 S THERESA ANN WILLIAMS Terry . supper friendly . . . nice smile loves musiooook- ing and sewing .cares about others understanding . . well dressed fun loving fond memories 82 C. LEE WILLINGHAM Study as il you were to live forever. Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Likeable . . . Always ready to help . . . Kind . . . Musical . . . Lee. Y" ll fi JEROME WILSON ll it feels good do it! Beware of dogs . . . chevell ss . . . the cape , . . snowmobile trail riding . . . baseball. JONATHAN WILSON l never lost a little fish - yes, I am free to say it always was the biggest fish l caught that got away. Dedicated . . . easy going . . . disco. Wiffr' ' 1 ,Ps fe 1515- - 'L3'9f'f. n fl ' A V , 'Q slsvff' gf' 'i GERALD D. WOLFSET Success is not to be wished for, it is to be worked for. 959 BRUCE WRIGHT lf l leave here tomorrow will you still remember me! For l must be traveling on now cause there's too many places l've got to see. xl .S X x t ai GORDON M. WRIN Take the most from life that you can. Athletic. . .straightforvvard. . . memories of wrestling . . . free . . .agressive. . .Gordy. EDWARD THOMAS YOST Find tomorrow in yesterday's dreams and today's meanings. Unique. . .friend. . .individual . . .aware. . .expressive PETER ZAKON Nothing is at last sacred but the integrity of your own mind. Friendly . . . considerate . . . realistic . . .personabIe. . . in- dividual. . .Zak Qt , I' KZ' , . I .QU 215+ 1--sl' , .. :I-fxf-fQlffi':'f"'f'Tffv-fe fqgfugfe . 'c?5ti:'- Wea ...I i I xr' A -l Our president in action. CP' 1 vs if ALEX ZIGOTEGOS There is a dream in every person's mind but wherever he goes or what ever he does the dream will still be there. DEBORAH J. ZIMAN Take your time think a lot think of everything you've got cause you will still be here tomorrow but your dreams may not. Creative. . .friendly. . .nature. r wg'-"T QU ' JILL A. ZEICHNER Love like the autumn sun, should be dying but it's only just begun. Cheerful . . . California Nights . . .easy going . . .caring. . . Jill. CINDY L. ZINC The hardest thing to learn in life is which bridge to cross and which to burn. Cheerful . . . easy going . . . loves animals . . . Cindy. IV' I - I I I ANDREW J. ZUPAN Let's learn to live together, for we must die alone. Individual . , . adventurous . . different . . . groque . . . a clown . . .Zup. 83 SENIOR SUPEFILATIVES MOST FRIENDLY MOST ATHLETIC Kevin O'Rourke and Annette Hayden Jamie Giatrelis and Tammy Brown QW' MOST INTELLIGENT Amy Rosenberg and Satish Mulukutla iii' MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Cheryl Swaim and Steve Apkon CLASS CLOWN MOST DRAMATIC Patty Cronin and Kenny O'Rourke Alison Carlton and Gary Natoli MGST FLIRTATIOUS CLASS COUPLE Maryellen Hoecker and Jon Coco Sue Johnson and Ray McLeod - ' 4 1 fo. 4137 f MOST TALKATIVE Kevin O'Rourke and Joanne Crosby 4 J if ,YQ Q ff' f" ' if 'el J X 4 1 X 5- W5-4:4 ' 4 ,pf T! MOST MUSICAL Jay Savell and Ann O'DonneII M' L'-TQ, A MTM MOST VERSATILE Jamie Giatrelis and Jane Foley E' . ' YJ ' . I' ' ' fl Ng I 1 . whim f , 'F'??i'f. " iff hu ALM I 1 5 vc- A' MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED Marianne Souhlaris and John OBrien 'l y-ef 'lg ' s 0 ,, ,, ,.. ----i"' " CLASS PARTIERS BEST DRESSED Lynda Dvorkis and Greg Wheeler Jana Sonnenfeld and Larry Tucker XY MOST CREATIVE Peter Epstein and Debbie Ziman -xi w. QIIHE5 QHHIII We, the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Seventy Nine, being of relatively sound mind and body, do hereby declare this our Class Will. The Official Class of '79 leaves the school: happily. To the undergraduates the Class of '79 leaves: a better place to hang out than Friendly's a warm place to party on cold winter nights the hope of having as good a New Years Eve as the Class of '79 had. The Class of '79 leaves the Administration and Teachers: to Ms. Diggs we leave all our unmadeup tardy times. to Mr. James we leave a high school diploma. to Miss Berthiaume we leave a sense of humor. to Mrs. Baldwin we leave a Dictionary of Slang Terms and Jimmy Crosby. to Mr. Greeley we leave a new book of jokes. to Mr. Jachowicz we leave a football team with a win- ning streak of one game. to Mrs. Goodman we leave Kevin O'Rourke. to Mrs. Richards we leave all our thanks. to Mr. McConarty we leave our complete and undivided attention. to Mrs. Robbins we leave a disco date with John Travolta. Mr. Kelly we take with us. The Class of '79 leaves each other: to Fuzz we leave a good barber. to Satish we leave a co-ordinating outfit. to Doreen we leave a dress. to the underclassmen we leave Wheels, for vice-versal. to Jeff Kates we leave a new T.V., new windows, new carpeting, new lampshades, and a new bed. to Billy Crosby we leave a razor. to Leigh C. and Sue H. we leave little black books. Stacey leaves the senior girls her secret. 90 to Mike Cotton we leave a crash helmet. to Lance H. we leave courage. to Jimmy Huie we leave a heart. to John Fenton we leave brains. to Paula D. we leave a new knee. to Sue A. and Jamie G. we leave two new front teeth. To Tammy Brown we leave good health. To Cherly Swaim we leave "AlIusions". To Annette we leave stilts. To senior boys we leave a free lifetime membership to A.A. To Judi we leave a smile. To Melanie, Lisa, and Maryellen we leave a party line and a clean variety show skit. To Fuzztop we leave a moment of complete serious- ness. To Sue A. we leave our undivided attention. To Joanne we leave a case of sedatives. To Chink we leave a Chinese dinner. with Yaz. To Roberta we leave straight hair. To Nancy DeWolfe we leave a taller boyfriend. to Rory McCarthy we leave a shorter boyfriend. to Judy Sullivan we leave Ashland High. to Cheryl Gladstone we leave a 89"!o. to Jay Savell we leave a promising career as a rock musician. to Amy Rosenberg and Alison Levy we leave flab. to Ray MacCIoed and Sue Johnson we leave a marriage license. to Allen Clement we leave a case of Visine. to Greg Natterstad we leave Illinois and basketball. to Evan McCormick we leave a new railing. to Scott Brody and Linda Dvorkis we leave Texas. We, the members of the Class of 1979, in the year of our Lord, Nineteen Hundred Seventy Nine, and in the wit- ness of Framingham South High School do hereby affix our signatures so that the above will be duly registered and carried out as signified. S :Jw 1 .f qv, -J genes. :?: :f -5 M sg - Eg -,,. - ian---Y' of 3. . Agsl .--"""'A I R Vg. Lfv-by, K2 : .I, sf I -XX Pi X I 1 1 1 Q 4 I ,si 'SJX ,nv-. if Jn X 'O 'K T' lr 'X J 'ff' 3grq,f 1' 'Q ,fi W . SQ! 4 ,jig :N fr 1. .gf if -7'I ig 9? .v ' ... ff- . ' ull- Y'i'-' x .. fa: . Q v 1 Q-:ff 4 ,gi A Q , VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Back row QL to RJ: L. Goneau, R. Kaufman, L. Moy, J. Delaney, L. Flynn, D. Saporetti, L. Epstein. Front row: L. Decina, C. Swaim iCapt.l, L. Swotinsky, L. Guerra, Missing: L. Christian, T. D'AngeIo. ..-'-'I--" fARnITY lst Row J Eisner K Giatrells R Gauthier C Goldrlck 2nd Row D Brandolln S Jl,,'l'F ,. ,. A, I. I Sm fr A Tucker, S GlteII,K,Allerl,M.MOllr1.3rd Rowi R. Ponstremoli, M. Decina, L. Lundholm, P. Moy, JBa First Row: Qfrom Iefi to rightj L. Levy, M. Morison, D. Voisard fcaptaini, P. Pleshaw, Fi. Selig. Second Row: M. Selig, M. Murphy, D. Fiynkeiwiez, K. Hamilton, C. Teschner, S. Garner. Third Row: K. Lynch, A. Levy, J. Crosby, E. Videira, P. Borgi, C. Chapin, C. Clark. I 1 rv C OU LA OR RD ' ' -f-- .mf 'f.,l" . i .V.,...., :Q 9 Vi N-I nil S he J A' I 3 4' X Ci W 1 I A J - Q 4 . ,Q ' My ' ,, dl- " - f- Qs: ff' . HX Q " N1 .. , mv'-iw LA.--A. ' iffetxf '.. Mm ar Majorettes: KL to R K. Nardini, M. Goldberg, C. Coburn, L. Comerato fCo-Captainj, C. Haines fCo-Captainy, L. Racey, C. Gannon, C. Seriac, Missing: E. Spencer. I i 4 4 iiia. 1 POM-POM GIRLS: 1st Row QL to RJ: J. Kulkin fCo-Captainj, N. DeWoIfe 4Co-Captainj. 2nd Row QL toRy: K Henning, L. Kramer, S. Gannon, J. Kramer, T. Choe, J. Rossini. 3rd Row KL to RJ: N. Ahrrigan, R. Tosches, R McCarthy, R. McKenizie, J. Henning, C. Pedulla. 4th Row fLto RJ: N. Pearson, A. Horowitz, D. DiRado, S. Doody S. Pelligrini, P. Marcotte. '-4 3 x 1' wi nd 'R MUSIC 'fi I 'LQQ QR! fixgi fb U . BAND: fAlphabetical Orderlz S. Apkon, K. Baer, D. Bassan, L. Bergman, L. Bober, G. Bornstein, C. Brosna- han, W. Byrd, J. Cohen, M. Davis, B. Decina, S. DeGozzaldi, S. DeGozzaldi, D. Delprete, C. Denker, P. Downey. S. Faulkner, A. Ferroganno, M. Fortier, S. Fox, S. Goliger, B. Goodwin, R. Guttman, K. Haase, K. Hartt. B. Henderson, W. Huntoon, D. Hyslop, P. Joress, J. Junker, J. Junker, G. Kabler, K. Kent, L. Kleinman, L. Kupferman, P. LeMay, K. Lightboyd, C. Manseau, G. Marder, B. McCarthy, P. McGowan, D. McManus, A. McNally, Y. Mitchell, S. O'Dens, A. O'DonnelI, J. Oosterman, K. Phipps, J. Savell, P. Savas, E. Sawyer, R. Schwartz, K. Shukovsky, I. Slovin, J. Smith, R. Smith, Fl. Taglienti, P. Tibbert, S. Thayer, L. Willingham, P. Witham, G. Wrin, L. Carelani, M. Hayes, B. Lage, P. Witham. . 1 A ' 5 ORCHESTRA: fAlphabetical Orderj: L. Adler, S. Apkon, K. Baer, M. Behrens, L. Bergman, L. Bober, C. Brosnahan, L. Cardini, M. Davis, S. DeGozzaIdi, D. Delprete, C. Denker, A. Ferragamo, M. Fortier, S. Fox, S. Goliger, B. Goodwin, Fl. Guttman, K. Hart, M. Hayes, B. Henderson, W. Huntoon, P. lzdebeski, P. Juress, J. Junker, J. Junker, G. Kabler, K. Kent, L. Kleinman, L. Kupferman, K. Lightbody, S. Mabrouk, S. Mabrouk, P. McGowan, A. McNally, Y. Mitchell, P. Motschman, S. O'Dens, A. O'DonneIl, J. Oosterman, B. Pearshall, K. Phipps, B. Boss, J. Savell, P. Savas, E. Sawyer, B. Schwartz, R. Schwartz, K. Shukousky, J. Smith, FX Smith, A. Swotinsky, B. Taglienti, S. Thayer, L. Willingham, P. Withan, G. Wrin. 5"'7 pf' .. fin p, s-IL .IV l JAZZ BAND: Front IL to Rl: S. Thayer, L. Bober, P. Lemay, D. Hyslop, P. Downey, J. Smith. 2nd Row IL to FII: J. Savell, W. Hun- toon, P, Juress. B. Goodwin, S. Faulkner, P. Savas, K. Kent, Fl. Guttman. 3rd Row fL to RJ: S, Goliger, L. Kupferman, A. O'Don- nell, C. Denker, G. Wrin, E. Sawyer, L. Willingham, Fl. Schwartz, J. Junker, J. Junker, S. Oderns, Mr. Perrone. 1 NORTHEASTEFIN DISTRICT MEMBERS: IL to Rl P. Raditz, A. O'Donnell, I. Slovin, C. Manseau, L. Kupferman, L. Klein. MADRIGAL: Front IL to FII: M. Goldberg, J. Junker, Mr. Perrone. C. Manseau, L. Adler. 2nd Row QL to RJ: C. Tomallly, D. Voisard, H. Avergon, J. Toto. 3rd Row QL to FII: J. Smith, J. Savell, T. Ware, P. Fladltz, C. Manseau, L. Tucker. QT! if .ill , I I .li-+"" 'lllal mg! X I"6Wl'b,f'I' i GIRLS GLEE: L. Adler, C. Akillian, M. Behrens, J. Berardi, A. Carlton, T. Choe, V. Clark, W. Clark, A. Cort, J. Crosby, D. Buca, S Filipe, T. Fuentes, L. Fleischman, M. Goldberg, E. Goldblatt, L. Goneau, R.Gordon, M. Hardiny, N. Hayes, J. Henniny, A. Hillman, N Hubbard, J. Joachin, C. Jones, J. Junker, S. Kahn, E. Kenny, S. Kenny, J. Kramer, L. Kupforman, K. Lebo, A. Levy, L. Levy, K. Lynch S. Mabrouk, C. Manion, C. Manseau, R. McKenzie, Y. Mitchell, B. Morris, M. Murphy, R. Neosher, A. O'Donnell, K. Phipps, K Reynard, H. Robinson, L. Sanders, W. Schwartz, A. Seeley, C. Smith, J. Sullivan, B. Supeno, K. Tomoielly, J. Toto, L. Turner, M Vann, D. Voisard, M. Wane, L. Wyatt, J. Zeichner, E. Zinck. "i, 3 ,ns I at Qgtl yflafgl T ffl-,alili mums: ltlfllfd 'i:'ll I L l fb l ,1 S A It - . 1 . I WI. BU K3 GLEE L Adler, T Hordiry, W Hovey, P ltzdebske. J. Junker, G. Kabler, L. Klein, C. Manseau, J. Miller, Y. Mitchell, P. Raditz V Riffifu J Savell, D Strachman, P Thenistocles. A Trenbley, L. Tucker, T. Wane, J. Velez. A CAPPELLA: L. Adler, C. Akillian, D. Anes, H. Avergon, S. Brown, A. Carlton, L. Christian, W. Clark, L. Cunninghan, M. Dutten, C. Estey, R. Estey, D. Filipe, T. Giamarco, M. Goldberg, E. Goldblatt, L. Geneau, J. Henning, K. Henning, J. Junker, G. Kabler, E. Kenny, S. Kenny, L. Klein, J. Kramer, D. Kronenberg, P. Lemoy, L. Levy, S. Mabrouk, C. Manseau, C. Manseau, G. Massey, R. McKensie, Y. Mitchell, J. Myers, D. Nixon, E. O'Brien, M. O'Brien, S. O'Bens, A. O'Donnell, P. Raditz, F. Rivers, G. Rosenburg, M. Russell, J. Savell, M. Selig, J. Slovin, J. Smith, M. Stone, J. Sullivan, B. Supeno, P. Thenistocles, K. Tumaielly, J. Toto, L. Tucker, L. Turner, D. Voisard, K. Walsh, T. Ware, J. Zeichner, A. Trembly, L. Kupferman, L. Sanrders, J. Gelez, K. Phipps. t 1 - .. 1-ff' .Ax Qs, . . 'trim' K ' X s MIXED CHORUS: L. Adler, C. Akillian, H. Avergon, M. Behrens, J. Beradi, A. Carlton, T. Choe, A. Clark. W. Clark. A. Cart, J. Crosby D. Duca, A. Ellis, C. Estey, D. Filipe, L. Fleischmann, T. Giammarco, M. Goldberg. E. Goldblatt, L. Goneau. R. Gordon. G. Harding. M. Harding, J. Henning, K. Henning, A. Hillman, P. ltzdebski, J. Joachim, J. Junker, G. Kabler, S. Kahn, E. Kenny. S. Kenny. L. Klein. J. Kramer, D. Kronenberg, L. Kupferman, K. Lawson, L. Levy, K. Lynch, S. Mabrouk, C. Manseau, G. Massy. R. McKenzie. J. Miller. E. Morris, M. Murphy, R. Neusner, D. Nixon, E. O'Brien, A. O'Donnell, P. Raditz, K. Reynards. F. Rivers, H. Robbinson. J. Nossini. L. Saunders, J. Savell, W. Schwartz, A. Seeley, M. Stone, D. Strachman, J. Sullivan, B. Supeno, C. Sweet, P. Thenistocles. P. Tibbert C. Tomaielly, J. Toto, A. Trembly, L. Tucker, L. Turner, M. Vann. J. Velez, D. Voisard, K. Walsh. M Wane. L. Wyatt. J. Zeichner. 5'0llE HCT PLH9 ocmeen 19-20421 1913 ff 3 's Y 1 A X 4 in .5 it 55, ' W THE ADFURK xv Y DQCQMPQQ w,c5,2i ae. C17 8 WSGUSOV P551-W bf TX SHUT ...ni 3 '3 fi III I!I IlIfH in 11 A --1 Lit.-..-.L ' K L - ff N212 J-'fi . govlff 4' ' 11-, . Q HV QIZPF' f . ..1lw i gi . -7 - 2 Q., 4.-. an L ....-off,-BX- .Ji 5.5 'ASB ., ef ff x , ,xx IEW , -gg 1' 'I 1 , . ' 1 ""m-sm' in V.-rw g . flu" li u v u Ali Sh I-ii Q , . z'-C5 5 ' '.gE.f3.Q-4.,i.: 1 A. l' MUSIC CLUB MUSIC CLUB: fAlphabetical Orderiz A. Abdulali, S. Abdulali, D. Ames, C. Akillian, H. Avergon, S. Aylwara, M. Bemens, B. Beshears, V. Beyrarevand, L. Bober, G. Bormstein, B. Bresnaham, S. Brown, A. Carlton, T. Choe, L. Christian, W. Clark, D. Contrino, D. Cort, L. Cunningham, C. Denker, L. Dickson, P. Downey, D. Duca, T. Dufel, M. Dutton, A. Ellis, C. Esty, D. Filipe, L. Fleischman, H. Ford, M. Fortier, S. Fox,J. Giammarco, B. Goodwin, E. Goldblatt, S. Goliger, A. Gordon, N. Hayes, B. Henderson, K. Henning, W. Huntoon, D. Huslop, "Phil Joress", J. Junker, J.A. Junker iSecretaryJ, G. Kabler, M. Keller, A. Kenny, E. Kenny, L. Klein iPresidentJ, K. Kent, L. Kleinman, D. Kronenberg, L. Kupferman, P. Lenroy, L. Leonard, J. Levine, A. Levy, L. Levy, S. Mabrook, S. Mabrook, C. Manseau, G. Massey,J. Miller, Y. Mitchell, P. Motschman, M. Murphy, J. Myers, G. Natoli, D. Nixon, S. Odems, A. O'Donnell iVice-Presidenti, J. Oosterman, B. Persall, K. Phipps, G. Pagoda, E. Porcello, T. Pruyn, K. Fieynard, C. Rivers, F. Fiivers, P. Russel, E. Sawyer, L. Saunders, J. Saveil, Fi. Schwartz, M. Selig, C. Seate,K. Shukowsky, A. Silva, S. Sleeper. C. Smith, J. Smith, R. Sottman, M. Stone, D. Strochman, J. Sullivan, B. Supeno, S. Thayer, P. Thenistocles, P. Tibbert, C.F. Tibbert, K. Tomaielly, A. Tremblay, L. Turner, K. Walker, M. Wane, K. Ward, A. Warner, P. Witham, L. Wyatt, D. Voisard, E. Yost, J. Zeichner. DRAMA CLUB Drama Club First Flowi iL to Ri R. Sonsy iAdvisori, E. Goldblatt, S. Baum, S. Shield, T. Giammarco, M. Lawless, S. Eckles, N. Hubberd, C. Shevrin, S Ward iSec J, J Levine lPres i, L. Levy iv. Pres.j, C. Tibbert iTres.i, N. Hayes, W. Clark, D. Duca, G. Soularis, D. Bloch, J. Jones, D. Raphael, M. Selifg, S Bauman, D. Nixon, Second Bow. iLtoBi V. Beyranevand, M. Galliger, A. Gordon, A. Warner, L. Klien, D. Kronenberg, A. Carlton, J. Miller, E roar, G Natolr, M. Wane, H. Kerstegens, C. Manseau, M. Forman, B. Monene, C. Ferragamo, D, McGuirk, L. Myers, D. Cassinelli, L. Bond, L. Hr. frlfrfs Third Row. lLtoBi, D. Ainnes, D. Tarver, P. Motschman, J. Coleman, S. Clopper, M. Smith, G. Kabler, K. Phipps, K. Swindell, D. Voisard, J. Zrfuirrrrzr D Felipe, P. Themestocles. S. Goliger, P. Wade, K. Tomaielly, N. Sharrigan, L. Sales, K. Baer, R. Selig, M. Fortier. Fourth Bow: r'grili1,T Duiel, J Smith, J. Saveil, M. Behrens, M. Ferragamo, J. Junker, L. Dickman, A. Gordon, A. Trembley, A. Levy, P. Fiaditz, S. Kleinman, L. 'g,olziri, H Thaler, N Schwartz. STUDENT GOVERNMENT llrfjg' "swf , 1 if STUDENT GOVERNMENT: 1st Row lL to Rl: D. Guerra, K. Miller, J. Conlin, L. Kelly, M. Decina, N. Walker. 2nd Flow lL to Fil: J. Casalli, C. Tersoni, C. Coburn, M. Kelly, D. Casavant, D. Lynch, J. Clopeck, A. Bernhard lFlec. Secretaryl, T. Brown. 3rd Bow lL to Rl: B. Tersoni, L. Conlin, R. Venne, J. Ventura, P. DelPrete, M. Schaefer lCorr. Secretaryl, L. Corsini, N. Zinkevich fAdvisorl, E. Carpenter, L. McKenna, P. Russell, M. Bliss lTreasur- erl, L. Guerra Nice-Presidentl, J. Giatrelis lPresidentl, D. Flynkiewicz. .lei-AI, ll L Participation was the main goal of this years Student Government, involv- ing the student body as well as the elected representatives. A variety of students confronted us with their problems and we dealt with them ef- fectively. Although our main concern is with the school policy, we con- ducted a Blood Drive with excellent results. Most of all we would like to extend our thanks to Mr. Zinkievich, our advi- sor, and everyone else involved with Student Government for an extremely successful year. ta. ft "Stu, QQ '-sqft-1 X. Q Y X V if Q. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Due to the stricter requirements for admission to the National Honor Soci- ety, the number of members has de- creased. However, this has caused greater participation in our activities which include our annual Christmas Project, school tutoring program, dance, and our new fundraiser of teacher superlatives. B. First Row: lL to FU Ms. Hickey fAdvisorj, M. Silverberg, C. Freedlander, M. Gonzales, C. Cobum iRecording Secretaryl, A. Brennan qPresidenti, A. Rosenberg Nice-Presidentl, A. Levy lCorr. Secre- taryj, A. Bernhard, M. Ottaviani, S. Mulukutla, M. Selig, C. Denker. Second Flow: S. Seltzer, A. Gordon, C. Sapinaro, S. Kang, C. Manseau, L. Myers, C. Swaim, C. Gladstone, E. Videira, C. Carpenter, T. Brown, K. Potishman, L. McKenna, Fl. Clinton, D. Butler, K. Kranseler, J. Foley. Third Row: D. Ryn- kiewicz, L. Flosenblatt, P. Whitham, L. Tucker, M. Levenson, R. Pedulla, J. Bertilino, E. Sawyer, C. Pappas, D. Messana, T. Black, Fl. McKenzie, W. Huntoon, S. Thomlinson, S. Thaler, E. Carpenter, B. Selin, J. Moran, C. Harrington. lin WWE". J fp' ' 1. wg. .nil Zh 44 A iilf Ll. ,bar . NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SENIORS: 1st Row QL to Ri: C. Freedlander, M. Gonzales, A. Brennan fPresidentJ, A. Rosenberg Nice- Presidentj, A. Levy QCorr. Secretaryi, A Bernhard, M. Ottaviani, S. Mulukutla, M. Selig. 2nd Flow QL to RJ: S. Kang, C. Manseau, L. Myers, C. Swaim, C. Gladstone, E. Videira, C. Carpenter, T. Brown, S. Tomlinson. 3rd Row QL to RJ: L. Tucker, Ft. Pedulla, J. Bertilino, C. Pappas, D. Messana, T. Black, R. McKenzie, W. Huntoon, S. Thaler. 'I 53 vi STUDENT CHIEF! 1 an .-lu.. n- Six STUDENT CRIER: 1st Bow lL to Rl: A. Gordon lAssit. Editorl, C. Mullen, S. Thaler lEditor-in-Chiefl. 2nd Row lL to Fil: Mabrouk, C. Cobum, K. Phipps, H. Thaler, M. Murphy, C. Gladstone, P. Wade, S. Baum, D. Aronson. 3rd Row lL to Rl: L. Tsiros, J. Supeno, C. Petrini, P. Gorkon, S. Mabrouk, J. Porter, A. Gordon, D. Cassavant, C. Harrington, Mrs. Baldwin fAdviserJ Missing: A. Brennan, L. Swotinsky, J. Sullivan. A W 'jtl I This year the Student Crier has experienced many changes in policy that have helped to 4- alleviate the costs of printing. New and origi- nal ideas have been attempted. The staff, under the direction of Editor-in-Chief Scott Thaler and Assistant Editor Amy Gordon, and with the support and guidance of adviser Mrs. ,X Nancy Baldwin, was energetic and dedicated. I 3 I 'jk O X 1 The Crier feels that the students have been ,. - ff-1' L' 'bf ' 'tw . pa - ' well informed and that this has been a very ' + . ,' if' 1. - .Q , successful year. -All -4 .- 11253 ,.:f 1345-f' xkazjf-1.14 '-fffj' ef.. !'4 'I K! . D ff Ad ' orj, S. Kahn, M. Wayne, K. Nolette. Front Row fL to FU: L Sandscript: Back Row QL to FU: R. McCarthy, Mrs. J. u yi vns McKee fCo-Editorj, L. Tannenbaum fCo-Editorj, A. Gordon, R. Selig, A. Levy. - speech c.R'Pt Club sands , f Q. . w , .Y A. 0 4. . av ,. L N. E W5 S 'S ' Speech Club: Back Row QL to FU: S. Thaler fpresidentj, S. Malukutla, L. Fleischman, R. Steinberg, A. Abdulali. Front Flow 111 CL to FD: J. Blitzon, S. Mulukutla fsecretaryy, D. Duca, S. Carr. Ms. B. Lesser fcoachy. 41.1395 SPANISH CLUB: 1st ROW QL to Rl: M. Wane, H. Kerstgens, L. Myers, C. Reynard, S. Brandon, R. Palencia qPres.l, W. Figueroa, A. Aluerro, A. Bernhard, L. Ballou, E. Karp, L. Tsiors, J. Soluri. 2nd ROW: L. Hawks, S. Bauman, J. Coleman, A. Jackson, T. Aluez, M. Gonzalez, B. Suarez, Mrs. Martinea iAdv.l, M. Kelley, R. Figueroa, C. Shevrin, W. Aluerio, M. Blu- menthal, D. Lutz, S. Ravreby, N. Marguez, K. Reynard. Jlllb :IIB llll' llll any . 4. -S GERMAN CLUB: 1st ROW QL to Rl: C. Mullen, T. Tham- hain, E. Sawyer, R. Dudek, P. Josephs, T. Dallape, S. Janes. 2nd ROW: Mrs. Rubeski qAdv.J, C. Schwarz, A. Black, L. English, T. Black, S. Mabrouk, T. Dufel, V. Zisis, P. Wade, M. Flanders, L. Hunt. FK Ni W. rm... .:..1-11, ,-.l LATIN CLUB: First Flow QL to Rl D. Tobey, C. Shevrin, C. Dyer lPresidentJ, M. Kelley lTreasurerJ, J. Dickson, D. Aronson lSecretaryl, D. Fer- rara, M. Levenson. Second Row: Mr. Binkoski lAdvisorJ, Fl. Guttman, H. Gabor, M. Waterhouse, J. Dickson, S. Giatrelis, E. Levy, S. Gladstone, C. Chapin, L. Bober. Missing: M. Murphy lvice-Presldentl. ITALIAN CLUB: lalphabetical orderl L. Bond lTreasurerl, S. Caplzzi, Mr. Carbone lAd- visorj, L. Comerto lvlce- Presidentl, L. Declna lPresi- dentl, M. Decina, Fl. Decina. C. Gravallese, E. Marrone, T. McCorry, S. Palmleri. N. Pecorella, S. Pellegrini. R. Pirrotta, R. Pontremole, J. Flaccini, L. Sostilio, D. Tur- chi, L. Turchi lSecretaryl. A, Veek, B. Watas. 113 N., I 'I' FRENCH CLUB: 1st ROW CL to RJ: A. Brennan, C. Coburn, L. Swotinsky, K. Dickman, fSecretaryJ, J ,Q ' Miller, D. McGuirk Nice-Presidenty, S. Kleinman, M. Dalton fPresidentJ. 2nd ROW: S. Mabrouk, N . Cohen, L. Leonard, L. Saunders, B. Brosnahan, S. Mabrouk, A. Paris, D. Rapheal, Miss Satlak fAd.J. X X ,rig L JI il ' It R ry 'P J L , ' K .I if s K X . I Q x X , -f ' X X5-A .1 ,..i"""'-x I f ', ...L L11 CAFE! E' A CAIS c 'i f , l 1 f Q I I INTERNATICJNAL HOLIDAY PARTY 5, 'Kirk Q q,A,'fli..-3 n-,. 3' -ag' Wm I E 4 up s . I H f5:f'4fC'vh1jf N. kia X FE'E 'Vf Si! UHLIIIHE . ,, 1Y!,9-, f45!Y' i '-. -Q ix IIE fl x 'IL V.: .sag .A i I ,g. A ' 1. 6- 14' J I First Row, lL to RJ J. Sullivan lsecre taryl, JR. Kulkin ltreasurerl, N. De- . Wolfe lpresidenty, Second Row: J Supeno, C. Petrini, M. Silverberg, D Dirado, L. Swotinsky, S. Doody, R McKenzie, L. Lennard, S. Raverby, S Johnson, E. Videira. Third Row: J Farese lvice presidentj, S. Carr, M Correia, A. Rosenberg, L. Flosenblatt, D. McGuirk, C. Gladstone, A. Cohen C. Summer, L. McGrath, T. Black, A. Brennan, J. Clifford, Mr. Krikorian lad visorj Fourth Flow: C. Coburn, E. Carp S. Seltzer, D. Whalen, B. Chait, P Wade, J. Porter, J. Miller, K. Phipps, B Resnik. SKI CLUB First Bow: lL to Rl T. Coburn, L. Conlin lPresidentl, S. Patchel, S. Takas, J. Crosby lSecretaryJ, J. Flynn lVice- Presldentj, L. Willingham, G. Wolfset, S. Brody, T. Sliney. Second Flow: S. Sharif, A. Veek, S. James, T. Thamhine, H. Gabor, L. Flynn lTrea- surerj, G. Cohen, J. Conlin, D. Sliney. Third Flow: D. Geller, E. Cohen, J. Co- hen, T. Abelli, P. Greenberg, D. Casav- ant, J. Silverberg, A. Cohen, L. Flosenblatt, K. Walker, M. Dutten, C. Wynne, C. Pedulla, M. McDuggal, B. Flynn, A. Friedman, Mr. Engvall lAdvi- sori. CHESS CLUB 27:5 I v,,,,.,l--,.l1, ft :fN ' " 'V' ,4JnL,Z.- 111 -5' 'xr--'s.i'Yf IPL! rag' " .' :N CHESS CLUB: 1st Row: KL to RJ: T. Durgin, F. Hommel, B. Lewis. 2nd Row: fLto RJ: L. Keating, S. Mulukutla. MATH CLUB: 1st Row: S. Mulukutla. 2nd Row: CL to RQ: S. Mulukutla, F. Hommel, Mr. Quinn 4AdviserJ. I I I I I I I ll-l 11l n I I '75 I I I l A I4 n Cllr ll lr 1' Il - l I I A..- ' I A"Qx' YI lst Y I 1 .1 MATH CLUB ed mr -xi' ,Q ' F -" , 1 . .b..1.?.. ' , 9553357-1 ri - ,371 wJ 'V Q . ll"'? V 'f E. 4 x.x" A.V.: 41st Rowy: M. Forman, C Tibbert, C. Manseau, P. Grady, D Tarvec. 2nd Row: M. Selig, M Ferragamo, R. Mantz, J Goldberg, P. Moran, T. McCarthy fDirectorJ, A. Trembay, H Kerstgens, F. Hommel, P. Tibbert C. Moore. A-Af" .iw The 1979 Philomath editors de- cided to return to the traditional yearbook form. Under the lead- ership of Editor Susan Aronson the staff of The Philomath has produced a creative and original yearbook. The staff offers their sincere thanks to advisor Mr. Richard Engvall for his time and guidance. PHILG MATH I 1 i PHILOMATH EDITORS: 1Sittingi: L. Tannenbaum, S. Aronson fEditor-in-Chiefi, A. Abrams, C. Swaim. fKneeIingi: L. Ballou, M. Cohen, M. Bliss, P. Cronin, C. Gladstone, M. Fortier.1Standingj: C. Coburn, A. Rosenberg, A. Levy, A. Gordon, S. Brody, J. Meyer, I. Bachman, K. Potischman. QMissingi: J. Goldman, D. Burstein, E. Vidiera, R. Engvall fAdvisori, P. Zaido QBusiness Advisory. A ,.,-all A 3 1 K ' 'VS-ww MARATHON VGLLEYBALL GAME The Senior Class sponsored a Marathon Vol- leyball Game to benefit Cerebral Palsy. The Players volleyed for twenty-two hours to raise over S1550 for Cerebral Palsy. Although this was a lot of work, the senior class made it a very successful fund-raiser for C.P. with hard work, and a lot of enthusiasm. ,ir .2 xg. SIVIAFZC PARTY .ti f-KW 'Q c VM f h lf' F' !""sr 'Wx JJQQ , '7 Magi., lb, 'YTD Framingham South contributed to com- munity spirit this past winter with their 4th annual Holiday SMARC Party for retarded citizens in our area. Those who attended were thrilled by the excitement and en- thusiasm with which we were received, and by the overall mood of the evening. Under the direction of Mr. Gerard Kelly and the Junior Class, the party was a joy- ous occasion for all involved. x' 'f 7' A . . -' .. Q, - 2324? ' AN X-I ' x A 1 x V x -A 1- - 4 ' . 1' 1. Aa , X 'i .DQ '- I I 1 I x f s L5 .-mis.- l HONORS AND AWARDS l . , mfr. s-N , 1.--.J ,, ?I'. YY -Y? wg,-'. Q, V. A ..,,:'.la:?g4 .fm -'fi :. ". ',,,"-3 . .. ' 'midi' ' Y,.'9,5'5 gr: ..-1'-.X 1, , P Jewish War Veterans Award Stephen Apkon J 5. National Merit Semi-Finalists: QL to F0 C. Swaim, J. Bertolino. Missing: S Mulukutla. 4-5 i Us National Merit Coinmenclationsi lL. to FU A. Rosenberg, C. Mullen, J, Meyer. Missing: S. Apkon, L. Tucker. iQ'f.i X... . if 1 an A x X X V I-ag 5 ' fx! ang rata V. 388 587933888 4 A j 'QHQQQ' Q i lil sg Q if l ,A i 4 1 Q as 55' H.. QL to RJ: Steve Apkon Uewish War Veteran Awardl, Jeff Miller fStudent Government Day Representativel. Missing: Carl Wagner iStudent Government Day Alternatel. C17 fwd W:-gy v, ' 6 , i Q , J If lv' 3 :ff fl f "1-. Jane Foley fDaughter of American Revolution Awardl Chris Petrini lRepresentative to the School Committeel 12, AFS - GABRIEL BASSAN There seems to be a magic aura concerning Switzerland . . .a kind of winter paradise. . .indescribably beautiful snow-capped mountains, hot chocolate and lovely maidens dressed like Heidi. And, of course, the famous Swiss bank accounts. Naturally, when l left the States, I was too sophisticated to believe any of it. You can imagine my surprise when I found myself in just such a place. lt took me a week or two just to convince myself that I wasn't dreaming. But Switzerland isn't a fairy tale. lt's a real country with real people and real problems. And although one can find some truth in most of the stereotypes that we think belong in Switzerland, it doesn't take long to realize that these things are superficial, like the Statue of Liberty or Disneyland, the things the tourists see. What makes Switzerland Swiss are the same things that make America American or France French. lt's the people, their ideas, their values. Understanding these things is the difference between being a tourist and living here for a year. The tourist will go home with beautiful pictures of the Alps, some souvenirs and maybe some stories about the beautiful girls one can find in the cafes and ski lodges. l hope to come home with a year's worth of new experiences and with the knowledge of how another people live. But those stereotypes still come in handy. I think about them and they help stop me from laughing when my classmates here ask me if it's true that it never snows in America, if every one in New York carries a gun or if high schools in the States are really like the one they saw in "Grease" ,AG . 4152...-gf. K XL +- - 1'-..-:L '.n'- 'l ilu' 'n..t"f'n YGUTH FOR UNDERSTANDING - MITCHELL - -3'-Iv ,fx vnu. V- 'Est .XV f .'. G ,,.-,"5'Q.- - 4 -A 'FN' . fix- fm A i . Q 4 'S ' ' - KA.: S l ' ' gk . g,..3t.k ,TV-,6Q','f BY. -, H. s -'7 9-vf' ' I fff' -if-A ' -. .. :"f.Qn' '. - -E. ,. ' M - ' . -. N-we .ww , if -JT . -.5 1 s . -232. -x?.:qk:,, .' , 1- y- , w. - ,X U 01 Ti, 5 av, H5557-v . X rF'- .,f'f- iii LJ U S. 1 l J L ' Fiji: ,Sig IVIARDER This year, my situation is very interesting. I am spending my senior year of high school as an exchange student in Bel- gium. I am doing and experiencing things which not many high school students have a chance to do. My situation, as an exchange student in Belgium, is odd but really lucky. The family with which I am living is Israeli. They speak Hebrew in the home and French on the outside. l feel that I am getting the best of two different worlds at the same time. This is an experience that not many exchange students have a chance at. The school that I am attending is a Belgian public school. The school day is eight and a half hours long. I am taking a total of eleven subjects with homework each night for about two to three hours. Since all my subjects are in French, it was a problem for me at first. But now, after two months of school, my French is progressing. I enjoy trying to speak French with my Belgian friends. lt's a real challenge to converse in a foreign language, especially when one succeeds in being un- derstood. The reward can be very gratifying. ,Q Y J -x ' i -. 1 .5 i I A f 51 x- . 2 .- -5' ., I .' fig -gqfii W RI. . 2 '5 Qfziw 3 XA ",31fII ' na he .Nfli , ., , -. , . .spin i N.,-k,a8n 7 B -. ,, ...- 1 . Mak J - . . 9 XV. . , Q " ..-Shure 5 .vgwy -42, ,. ug. , , . . , .ww V f' in ' , " . ,..a faaaqfowgcfvn 'ix . , E-t Q ,. . ' 1. v y - - f. " 'Q' ' W' , I ' E.. T ' 'Q' 'Zhi I I x I i DOUG WALL - PHILIPPINES Hi, everyone: Living with the Bakunowas is great! It reminds me of home, five brothers who fight over stupid things all of the time. I love it! Ricky, second eldest, will be married on October 14 so the family and I will fly to the house in Manila for the wedding. We leave the 13th and I am not sure when I will return. If we win the basketball tournament I am in, we will play in a regional tourney, which is all of Leyte. Then, if we win that game, we receive an all expense paid trip to Manila for the Philippine International Tourney. Pretty good, huh? I should be back the 2nd week of June, and I am looking forward to seeing all of you again. Douglass Wall I Y fItii ffl zsgyg YYN 1 ev k 1 xi I 5,3 0 in A 'at U Q, - , .W 5 1 " g 1' ,A s' M . xx '17 :Lulu k. 9 QL ,U 5uu:rkf -- I :gs A Q JA 4' tif xf?f iff? 1 Q . 21 ?: f Q' if h 9' ,es F5 3' ?!" Y'U gh a O , 12 I K, P ! 'Q H . YY1"K'i1'i ,W Sxsxv '14, Q. i. .4-J undeRCla55 JUNIGFIS nl xr ' 1 H ' it-rf-.,,L, r A Y A A "T A I - E- 7-fee-of aa.. e -rt- 'R 5 5 9g J' lb s 'll wfolq-pr , ug.- V, ' I o JUNIOR STEERING COMMITTEE: lst ROW IL to RJ: B. Tersoni, M. Silver- berg, K. Potischman, L. Corsini, S. de- Gozzaldi, C. Harrington. 2nd ROW: L. Rosenblatt, B. Chait, M. Goldberg, E. Carpenter. R. Sullivan, L. Flynn, S. Seltzer, D. Rynkiewicz, Mrs. Paul. k W- ff- .E-s1.,....,, 141.4 L I. .. I R 2' if re- fs., L I CLASS OFFICERS: S. de- Gozzaldi lSecretaryI, C. Har- rington lVice Presidentj, D. Rynkiewicz lTreasurerI, Mrs. Paul lAdvisorI. I I X E i 30 .N a! 1 V X CN Ll 1 il- QR v+ if-'Q ,I :QS- , f' Q- -- I 135 pf 1 Z S, f ' ""'0:1:f "'5"' -'.-, . J J -4 'lflvtxh f 6,4 2' r Q- ini --v -un, .., S X U -5. 'LX ,Lf xl ,,.r-nw . ,E , 4 I x V w W X, bf K . IJ, an f L " Pl' 5 .nl , . N l ix . X XZ' -sr, 9, 4 K P"""lu 7 .vavgv-41"Y 14? '1-5. lk' ,,sy' -,gn , Q u lx, Q Q57 , r 'N' Q- 4 Mx K .S I J! - w. PIE' H, ' ' fj!K,'! 4? at ' 'f 3 If r- ' X 5... .. A ls Q- M 'T CI ff" ,il ,r 4 if -Q K v ,-A' ' f,,,x ,gann- ,: . .X ,.....-.- f ll A-. ww... n 1 ,1- LF., Q f X K V Sophomore Class Officers: Edson Videira fPresidentJ, Suellen Loyd. iTreaSUf9fJ, 'Anna Mulherin fSecretaryJ, Missing: Mark Blumenthal Nice Presidenti. A i 415.gif-il Sophomore Steering Committee: 1st ROW CL to F01 E. Videira, S. Loyd, M. Mulherin. 2nd ROW: M. Fougere, S. Flesnik, J. lsen, K. Giatrelis, C. Keefe, L. Tacaks, C. Coburn. 3rd ROW: C. Wynn J. Rossini, J. Clopek, B. Supeno. 4th ROW: S. Capizzi, P. Gordon, G. Marmer, D. Sliney, L Manser, L. Rosenblatt, S. Shariff. f A-ll .5-P: -' . .fili IQ' ' U 3 - 91' . I i -4,44 I ,G 7,3 . 'fm' ' iid 1 5 L I? ,.J'f..., ,sk 174 B 50 KT? I li .I . 39x 1 , x f. X' s. Ia xl 'T' fi, I Sh' 1 u '. X, .- . I 4M H .i I K - I - , v -g 4 ' 1 - 1 'vol "S k..'., : au, I l g ,- f Hx. 4 I ' 1,4 ' '. I ' , " 'I Y-'uf -1' hf",'N.f ' I" T. V ' ' I 'K . iq' ' W Y -lg, 1 ' f- Y I R ' . I 9 B z.. .ft ,, - , N P . '. , B, ." Gu ' ,, . ,xx f 4 XA' , j 97,1 My .6 u . !,A ' i 4., ...1-- , ...av n In ., ' x 'M K ' i ' Q,-V: .' YY hi wx 1 D! H FRESHMAN STEERING COMMITTEE 1st ROW IL to RI J Swarm R Smith S deGozzaIdu N Schwartz, K. Badger,J. Dickson A Cohen K Spencer 2nd ROW S Apkon D Melanson J Shrlberg M Upham R PontremoIi,H.Zimmerman. D Duca K Heffron S Gladstone 3rd ROW J Aronson T Choe S Gannon L Bloch M Jrolf D. Bloch, p. Fantoni,A. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: 1st ROW IL to RJ: Nancy Schwartz fVice Presidenty, Kathy Badger ITreasureJ, Sue deGozzaIdi ISecretaryI. 2nd ROW:JuIie Dickson IPresi- denty, Miss Russo IAdvisorJ, am- n.. P: ,. ' ,.H.1v , 1 -,G my gf 1 4 S I .5' .- , ,M fr ww . K ,J -- 1 'S-. P qxx Aa' -u ici, '-lui. 4. k , Q i la 1 Ill , 'X . 1 3 v 'ua 'vm f O if ,ui 4 bm, J' """ '--- - M Y gg E ll 111, I' -. XS-y ., , 1 . mn, N7 ff - 41 lf! ' X OR N It X F ..i.. 4 ,' Q X. lain: xx,.N K Q 4 64. 1:"4!g, ,.. '71 gift.. .' -ff-4, . x -4-,,- .QQ Ty R -05714 us, ' 5 I L , '94-1 'sm X itfvfvw :'. ' ' .. ' 'x i 5 syn' xr YQ"i!'A., ', .. f, ,s ' 'Q -, QQ Q ' Q. ar 'fat ,. 'MA I 4 3.. gang, '1 gN3 X A :Q BOYS SOCCER. . . Boys Varsity Soccer: 1st row tLto Rl: A. Borges, L. Conlin, D. Afonso too-capt.l, J. Giatrelis, L. Borges. 2nd row tl to Rl: B. Selin qmanagerl, A Alfonso, J. Urydianyck, S. Holt, S. Erickson, R. Venne, D. Donahue, E. Ameachi, A. Zigotegos, F. Castellanous, tcoachj, B. Jenkins, missing: Fl. Clinton. 1 '.,f.'.'f5" ". 4' ' " A. V --1EQi.'.gMff'.ffLiA..2ff-2-gf'fl?-l'jjfff.-'-.fail-'i1L:L'f',f' ffl, J .- A -1 .4 -li", 'ighlv'-px., 1 3. .- '-,A h ,A -Q SCORE BOARD Overall - 12-5-1 South Opponent South Opponent 1 Dedham O 1 Dedham O O North 2 2 North 1 5 Norwood O 4 Norwood 1 3 Braintree 1 2 Braintree 3 O Needham 2 1 Needham 5 O Wellesley 2 4 Wellesley 1 5 Milton 2 3 Milton 1 6 Walpole O 7 Walpole 0 4 Natick 2 2 Natick 2 'Vt The 1978 soccer team enjoyed its best season in the school's history. Led by co-captains Mark Clinton and Duarte Afonso, a BSL all-star. The Flyers finished the year at 12-5-1, missing the E-Mass. tourney by one point. Next years team looks promising with the return of Adlino Borges, a junior all-star. Borges pumped in an amazing 21 goals during the season. BEST SEASON EVER R 4 ES Ev V U I 2 xj, 4 I H '- gf 5. uw' y- , iff' " iq .31-5 I i X 4 M - Q x mmf. Y -f v E ,,'f,.s- " X ' , 1 .P jf' J XX! 4 - ' ,, .. A if r :M R- 12 15 x 'S-H gt' ,I , . lf. I ' - ', , ff f ' . 'iff H ' bv , ' f f . 3 ' Lf - ' JH? , 7 'L--nv", f Ax 5 ,Qzff-3. '- -lf , S JY -' 4'-fv f H ,4 .ww Q , . .U . ,V ..4 I .lang WOT. ' , 3 , ... .f- . X , , .f ,. 1 '- ' , ,--Q ' 1 ,,f ww. , MT. ? ., , K, ,, 4 I Uh . ,W , 4 -4 f gg V ' 1 , ' - ,L V I ' . U 4' 1 Y 1 - 'S S ' ,. ,-...F x . . ' .-mx, ,. , V- 4,-. " .1 14 -3 ' 'V 'w-'-1-,lx V 'wi' 'ji t Q , , , , .M l S- 9. '22 1 .f Y, 4 ffjAQf1, XJ 5' 4 5. ,,, 1' X W, 1: 1 Q' .Ira-UNF! ' 4 e A all'- .I 5. - 1 A Yu 1 -1 1. '4- 3 1. .. ,G A a - "T 1, 'fr . , - W. tri' A' -' 1 ' - -1-' -' . Le' V .-' V- . -Q - -N. K J . . , Q . v- . - ,. ,. , - . ,. -::'.:- ,. ' ' v J. -4 Vg -X v- 1 v , W.- .. .'."' ' ' ,C Rik." C - .Env . -'--, .N .Q L -. ' E' ,4 , v .4 Ji.,- . A Lkxs .il -Y' '-' K -'xl X- . K Y , . . . , ,,k. W, .I , I -Ev --in ' v X I. ' - ' -QQ 1 . - '.'. 'va - bl x W I 11-1i""' .- f., lg-9 , . . Q QMFTN A ,uv - 1'i'NEiyvzMg 1 -in -i,,-..7"' Q, I , . M H., .,..,, -M A "- .4 e- ,-rw 7 'ij .SS-. 'L'f' ..- J.V. Boys Soccer: 1st row KL to Ry: J. Cohen, T. Dalipae, C. Haase, M. Hayes, J. Silverberg, C. Alfonso, C. Harvey, D. Arkainian, R, Dudek, K. Read, B. Sapienza, E. Cohen, S. Barr Jr., 2nd row QL to RJ: M. Leary, M. Noonan, R. Harmon, S. Cappizi, M. Goodman, C. Gichicter, J. Bober, E. Videira, Coach: Ronny Perrera, J. Peterson, P. Moohey, P. Barry. B. Savage, W. Monoghan, P. Farrand, B, Rides, B. Tersoni. 150 QI inf . GIRLS SOCCER ... , KN Ye-kk 6,44 4 ,gum Varsity Soccer: 1st Row lL to RJ: C, Evers, J. Kindstedt, P. Rotatori, D. Whalen lcapt.l, K. Manson, C. Saponaro, L. Thomes. 2nd Row: Mr. Alves lcoachl, B. Chait, L. Rosenblatt, C. Masionis, M. Silverberg, B. Smith, D. DeIPrete, J. Pillarella, A. Swotinsky, S. Levine, M. Berry lmanagerl. Missing: D. West. 15 The girls soccer team was led by Coach Ron Alves and Captain Doreen Whalen in their second season as a varsity sport. Their 2-10-5 record does not show the hard work and dedi- cation put out by every member of the squad. i :pw,. WIP.- .-'Nfl .,- . L, .. ,, .. - - -.nf - I." ,, ..o1 -L-, 'gil' f'1,f: . ,u -. M104 .- .P-'rg ., J 59 ai W !"' L P' I v D N. , -A K S .4 nah SCORE BOARD Overall - 2-10-5 South Opponent South Opponent O Medfield 5 2 North 1 Norwood 2 1 Fox boro 5 Braintree 2 2 Norwood 2 Needham 8 2 Braintree 2 Wellesley 12 0 Needham 4 Marlboro 4 0 Wellesley 2 North 2 0 Marlboro 0 Medfield 8 3 Keefe 0 Lunnenbu rg 2 K V C-Q.. -Ls .. .V L 5 .,i-1- '133'3g,ff4f -v - l . .- K -1. -", . f I 4.- 1, Wwe?-pef-'sr' V- - he .f 1-rn , 'er . , .,..4,.4,,.,,-+n 1 A. wi .ragga L hi. 7 L1-Qs . . . ,pon-w"' ' ' A ud'lf'P""35-,"' . . . 'NY '.l5'5'rlfb7 ,,, ,. ,. - . muh S 4.,,iI.fg ,M fu, ,- ,V,', . 'x1Sg,.. I N . N 7- .. x f QL The V , V .' ', ' .. 1 - 4' Yr' XVI" 'lv-f f:'flf'6T5'i-? is ! SJ, K R M 1 Q' 1' J J' si' rv? I ., .X "- Ie 7 1 'fy QW 1 I ' fs, .f -'fkxirws-.l.,, V- w 7 . Y all fe ' f. im! "bs W ' V .3 ,4- H ef.-Q 'l .1 J.V. Soccer: 1st row: QL to Rl: C. Flotatori, L. Bober, S. Apkon, A. Cohen lcaptj, S. Morris lcaptj, N. Walker, H. Urdianyck. 2nd Row: D. Avery lcoachl, S. Thayer, P. Flanders, C. Fuller, J. Conlin, C. Callahan, J. Ablondi, K. Cullen, K. Dunham. 9 I 59 ' FOCTBALL ,il .gf K -vw 'H '-is Varsity Football: front row QL to Fll: T. Hayden, C. Alba, G. Faini, D. Elsemiller, B. Marshall, T. Holmes foo-capt.l, G. Gerome, S. Brody, O. Ortiz, S. Takacs, E. Pagan, second row KL to Rl: J. Carroll, S. Garron, R. Baker, J. Bloomingdale, J. Grant, E. Bikerniks, M. Ferragamo, K. Gerome, A. Garron, B. Taylor, D. Grain, J. Magri, D. Stearns, third row QL to RJ: Trainer: B. Barreira, Coach: Fl. McDevitt, G. Warlick, D. Geller, D. Garron, J. Dones, T. Hinton, C. Bailey, Head Coach: R. Jachowicz, H. Getson, T. Cronan, A. Amaechi, M. Hobin,J. Altobelli, J. Carney, J. Conlan, top row fLto Rl: Coach: J. Finn, F. Martino, P. ALfano, J. FLinter, J. Chalmers, M. loannov, V. Zanella, E. Burkenpas, M. lronfield, W. Sheridan, J. Bratica, C. Dropkin, Coaches: J. Carey, J. Diatelevi, missing: W. Crosby ico-capt.l. .7' 1 . 'x 1 S l I N - : iv P 1 . o ' L' -' . . --i li ,. -,"K", Despite a disappointing season the South Foot- ball team gave its all. It was a small team with great characterg a team that never gave up after several disheartening losses. The Flyers were plagued with several injuries throughout the season which re- sulted in many young players seeing varsity action. This year of rebuilding will certainly produce win- ning results in the years to come. ng - .55 2 , l S Hit' 1 1 A-'Six 11251 yi 1:1 . 4' . .1 ,Q , , .Q '-.aff Y,-gf sl ' f- 1 'ftf"t1.f?w'. Q ,gif zfivfzfp V ,tlnxjfk ,, ,'.'rf'j,- "aft, lim f .-S2f,.32f':' ' . -" -'AQ 2 i 1: t a!" - .mwk CR- I s. 4 ,rl , fi' It . I 1 4,-And? - - .lffxz 'R uiffef, Q 31551-'swirl WS'-Q1'g1f5.,'f-3':y' .il -- aw -fpfagtf 1, dsl QifQ+5q,sK. .,j 'rigpwg-'. xw 55,8 ' 1- ,V , is g. Ml. mf f . W!! ' ' ' t g" SCORE BOARD Overall 0-10-0 S0u1h Opponent 13 Milford 31 6 Milton 40 6 Dedham 20 8 Braintree 27 6 Needham 20 O North 12 0 Walpole 23 O Norwood 41 15 Wellesley 37 14 Natick 38 r "WA ' ""d"i y l -f . ..,.-,,. I V-, 4 1 lvl 2 , g ...W P ' Manh- - v A - L ..-fr -.- . 43' 'A 1 1- -pausi- - 4 5 J A ...Q I,-,M ,lf-v . -I-an ...,:,:.F, -14,5524 A ., -:Y.'g:x..A-flgghqtsil.ffgfgr. .YT L-.1 -QQ by iA,er'11i"l.,."ls',:-ii 2 -vl"5"r', .Q-" .UP 1' Q 5" 4' 'ff 'ix 'f a i' N V ' .4 ' ' 1 x'f " ' A 'D ' ' P'-:".':' qNNs':'s-A:5':'2E'x:-. -A ', 'l "', ' "' , -. , . - f ' 1. l - ' -"ff r ' " ' M . ' 1 1- 1 - ' 17' ' Wm' -. Ng x 'X 'hs 55- ,-qs, ., .-f , . - s - f 'I-:wap-ff" ,ff-.4 TWH'-W fd. , A "1" -:A.,Lq.:,' 'T' -',4'.'W'5f'. 'lf' , A gf' ' . 'Wi'-3 Rl "'x'.wx 4-.- -f5!:b?+S.'ieih. .aff v w ' ' . . f Jw--,q zzv -. 'w-emo... my A... 1. W f.3..f'fg95.,2il.s.-...r- f- Sophomore Football: front row lLto RJ C. Bailey, V. Zanella, M. Hobin, J. Flinter, C. Dropkin, P. Alfano, J. Altobelli, W. Sheridan, E. Burkenpas,top row lL to FU Coach: Fl. McDevitt, D. Geller, F. Martino, J. Bratica, T. Cronan, A. Amaechl, M. lonnov, J. Chalmers, M. lronfield, J. Donez, D. Garron. Coach: J. Finn. I ' . I J Y 5 . , 1 X, . -4 u ,' . ...A..4-lv 'A ' -Q. ' .. N. ' . 0 l 1 . s I - x v r'f?l"A 3 f'f',ff.4g .Kari 'V-Nvffi-'-'fr" ff ' . V.. . 4.8. .4 .lf -' S .-at-1 J sl rl- -:fp 45f5Z5Q:f7 , . 1 1 Ml? NJ I v v l GIRLS FIELD HGCKEY The Girls Varsity Field Hockey led by Tri-Captains, Margaret "Pooch" Ottaviani, Paula DeIPrete, and Tammy Brown, worked very hard all season. The teams record does not show the potential and deter- mination ofthe team. The future holds promising sea- sons forthe girls. We are proud to have two allstars, Pooch Ottaviani, and Jr. Sally deGozzaIdi, who looks promising for the future. l by I Q it A, 1 S 'S' Gi.- 4? A l r, f .' 5 T 12: By .r -MS-V ' f . ,. 9 I .1 5 '59 yo,,'4f ,gags 1 Ml? '?f'fQ.' egg 1. l A' '3- .. 1 if l .1 4. b Q. X fp Q '. I 4 fl .L .T V, t .1 l Q T l i ' S ij' W 31 'mi' t ...a -il Varsity Field Hockey: 1st row lL to RJ: D. Corsini, J. Goldman, P. Cronin, A. Kiely, M. Ottaviani lCapt.J, P. Del Prete lCapt.l, T. Brown lCapt.l, S. Swaim, C. Carpenter, J. Foley, B. Lunny. 2nd row KL to RJ: Keefe, L. Potenza, L. Terhune, R. Sullivan, C. Harrington, S. deGozzaldi, K. Walker lCoachi. tj--' soone BOARD Q 9 - - . - - - 5 T V xl ,-I Baystate 2 5 2 - .,, , W. overll-2-7-2 , . 'U' 1-. 1 ,.. f ,fam v Y iw . wt South Opponent South Opponent 9' 1 Wellesley 2 1 Braintree 4 ' 2 North 2 1 Walpole 5 ' ' 0 Walpole 4 1 Norwood O ' QQ: 0 Needham O 0 Needham 1 2 " 2 Natick 2 1 Milton o . A, 1 Dedham 1 0 Wellesley 1 X "' ' ' 1 North 1 0 Natick 2 . N M vi' a4v,,v": N HH lt Se f I in i N Q I J ,V .,. 5. lv y . I z 'nd . Q, - 5. 3 - f A fm ' VA. 'r:'sl.l..-'QL'i:w1'f':1T?kth'?' .1 1 'I l ' y-.3 X - . ' '-J ""1" . r 1 ' V ' ,, 'A . . .aa.,,.-,- . x . . . . , , , .A- N ... - - '4 'H r 1 n I , Y I jp ' 'f' ,av S-5? J Q ' , f - . 4 . ' -D-.nu '55 ' ' ' P+-1 A H... .L iff' x X X, li! J.V. Field Hockey: lst row QL to FU: K, Cullen, M. Fougere, K. Potenza, S. Loyd, B. O'Brien, C. Keefe, D Flynkiewicz. 2nd row lL to FO: L. Takaos, J. Levine, J. Joiner, C. Cronin, T. Abelli, C. Tersoni, C. Newman, B Supeno, M. Guadiani lcoachl. gl r W 1-42,234 4 fl Q A Mvvvv 160 3 i i ,- - J . ft , P . 'W i .ALP ... ' -fy ." , , , sf E ,dr ,. LL. -'W.Y4"".'1 :.i..L--V 5 , fr , ., , - 'W itz! ifnx w-J -4 Freshman Field Hockey: 1st row QL to Ri: L. Bloch, S. Gannon, K. Badger fco-capt.J, S. DeGozzaldi fco-captj, J. Sydrow. P. Croatti, J. Dickson, D. Cusack. 2nd row QL to RJ: L. Clinton, B. Henderson, L. Abrams, L. Weis, J. Shriberg, M. Upham, Lg Terhune, K. Keohane, J. Corsini, M. Blummer, M. Tofani fcoachj. Missing: T. Choe, B. Pearsall imgr.J a 1' Y - 9 lf" ' ,f 1 -..V g 1' 1 'iz 5 . 1 K by . 4,- if v at- -A -- V '?,v,' ,- N - 4 GIRLS VOLLEYBALL ...Q V .x D+- X712- nril ti' z hi Li VARSITY VOLLEYBALL: 1st ROW lL to RJ: K. Franklin lCoachl, M. Deihl, M. Fortier, E. Vidiera lCaptainJ, J. Callahan lCaptainJ, T. Dufel, D. McGuirk. 2nd ROW: R. Gordon lManagerl, J. Moran, P. Borgi, S. Horlick, G. Clark, P. Pleashaw, D. Turchi lManagerl. , vs S A SCUREUBOPEHD-JL A if Overall -A l South Opponent 1 Natick- 2 0 Fram. North 2 2 Milton 0 0 Wellesley 2 1 Needham ' 2 1 Walpole 2 2 Norwood 0 South' . - 'A Vgxellesleyg .g ' 'Milton 1 '35 1 Npedha ' ha ' A 2 N0 ' -'.- 0 'Bfeintl'Ee'y': T' I . 42' -,. 'ur if ra -L if'- J? '.4.,'i'-g 41' ' 1 .f .itat . T 1 T.,-if . ., .. Ao 4 2 1 ' 'jf " 4 L , . ,-. Ta .5 ,I till: u,,LIfQn1f-41 v v V 'rift-1-' 0 ' ' ,ge- 2 'Q i :T jlll ' ' ', 5 . K 'J 2 .4 .'rs'4r 0 d -1 ri- .. 1 . I 1 Sp -1,5 . f-.: 2 Nanciei '15, . - .., 0.1 - .-Ar.. This year's Girls Volleyball Team was very hard-working and talented. Our Bay State league record was 5-4, and next year's team looks very promising. Highlights of this year's season included a victory over North. This year's team was lead by captains Eliane Videira and Jean Callahan. Eliane was chosen captain of the All-Star game and voted MVP for the South team. Although the team will lose several seniors, the outlook for next year looks good. i Q . , ..,..,,--- 1 n. 5 n .4-.1-.f:,, A. - l gk'.f' " v - 'va "',..,. ., ," L" QW?" 5.--Sig 5, 37- : , . , ',.7,g,a-75' 'ii-'if K 95 'rr' A5 71 Q 'wi , 1 ' L i...,,,f53 ,-1, -R 4 YI! ' -ink l 'Ll A, Q I SCOREBOARD Overall 5-4-0 South 21 Walpole 39 Dedham 32 Norwood 27 Wellesley 27 Milton 16 Braintree 40 North 25 Needham 33 Natick CROSS COUNTRY ,E 7 1st row lL to Rl A. Gordon, J. Williams, A. Block, P. Grady,J. Wilson lco-capt.J, D. McCormick, J. Clopeck. 2nd row QL to Rl K. Tadaro lmanagerl, C. Otenti, D. Forgione, S. Moran, C. Jacobs, D. Cohen, J. Brown, B. Palmer, P. Gordon, T. Leech, M. Davis, T. Colburn, Mr. Daniels lcoachj, missing: D. Burstein, E. McCormick. ,F .3 ' I Q s X 1 -an pr 151 Opponent 40 18 23 30 30 47 15 32 24 ISSJ .,5.. -" f:.f:I--.r- - -,.,,..-ar 791' Y 1-.'P' , d 4--n nl- GIRLS SWIM TEAM The girls swim team had a fantastic season this fall. Their record for the meets was 7-3-1. The team was led by captains Ann Bernhard and Judy Sulli- van, and coaches David McOmber and Christine Cronin. Overall their season was a great success. CJ rfyAllIlllG 1 ffiil if tt . fha! - 0 g 'f m-'AT f. Varsity Swimming: 1st row QL to Rl J. Crosby, A. Bernhard Qco-capt.l, J. Kunian, 2nd row QL to BJ L. McGrath, M. Harding, E. Carpenter, J. Byrne, J. Ventura, 3rd row QL to Bl K. McConarty, P.B. Leddy, B. Estey, L. Mansur, L. Rosenblatt, B. O'Grady, 4th row QL to Fil C. Cronin Qcoachl, L. Ballou Qmanagerl, V. White, K. Baer, H. Zimmerman, D. Suarez, D. McOmber Qcoachl, missing: J. Sullivan Qco-capt.l 165 BUYS SPLASH WITH WINNING FIECUFID BOYS SWIMMING: 1st ROW IL to Rl: R. Perriera, J. Taylor, Fi. Venne, J. Coco fco-captainl, J. Keefe fco-captainl, R. Gitell, J. Keefe, D. McOmber fcoachl. 2nd ROW lLto FII: D. Flynkiewicz Qmgr.J, S. Faulkner, l. Slovin, T. Ware, T. Hoyt. D. Eddy, L. Tsiros, B. Butler, J. Ventura lmgr.J. 3rd BOW IL to BJ: J. Jachowicz, D. Chiken, T. Harding, G. Chin, B. McCarthy, Fl. Baker, C. Halliday, S. Oakes. 's.n.,. on .44 hr 'N I' L Q -5 I A " -, , f',,, 1 Y'fT"Y2--- .a. 4 I A rf' ' 4 9:65. I . . " - ' f v,. 1. .'- -- . ,",.'fr ,..,,-ISN' .. uw.,-4' ,A ' r +- , 850-,J 4 -Y A -. fx 31, ,ir 5 'wr .A V n N - . f-aw-M' XMX . it Y 'li-vvsv If 5,1 'Ji 4' J ' , - fr.. .-- ' - Q ..wf..,'g. 54- --. . T, 1Jv's -- s. ' , Q,fg,,'.f , t, , 'E sip ' ' P 4 " "' - w -Io . A ' Y 4 ,I 1- . . . VY . 1 .5 Q Ni-,f "f:.14,- .. O " ' M I . A .1 1 9 " 7 -H in ' N' - . ' . .H pa. . FA Vl"'- The Boys Swim Team had a very successful sea- son this year, finishing third in the Bay State League. The team was led by Co-captains Jon Coco and Jimmy Keefe, whose abilities helped the team tremendously. Next years team hopes to have an even more successful season. Irie -f - al- Z.. 41-V .- ' Q' vii I -5' Q: .- lc 4? ,.. 50 Lv' 1 'Q -pts.. 'fu A I a3Qf't"," o-,'l ry' ,,, , ,R 'EEG .15 .'x :.w. BOYS HGCKEY Under the reigns of returning coach Bob Bell, the hockey team began to rebuild with only four returning seniors. Co-captains Ronny Tomassini and Jamie Giatrelis along ,A with the rest of the Flyer squad showed an ever present battling spirit throughout the season. Xie - ,f an-..'gy, "f 4 e+3:.1, 55 vs 1' xg I'-.-r 1'-if A" -LIQ5-1. , - nz' ,-' '54-71 ' iff' " f' I 3 1 . K H ' I ' " ' A K' - ' - ,: 'f - be 541' 922 J 0 , A V -- fl Pi p vi ' an f 1 VAFlSlTY HOCKEY 1st ROW iL to Fil, M. Leonardo, M. Ablondi, B, Tersoni, J. Gavin, B. Cairney. 2nd ROW QL to FU: J. Carter icoachj, B. Locicero. R Bell icoachi, J. Tosti, J, Farley, S Karas, R C. Pignone, J. Mitchell, K. Read, J. Pelligrini, J. Giatrelis fco-captainj, J. Binkoski lcoachl. R. Dr -iahue icoachi 3rd ROW IL to Fil: M. Waterhouse, P, Taglienetti, S. Giatrelis, R. Tomassini lco-captainl, B. Dawson, C, Bagley, J. Dickson lr' fgnaqerl -P if- Q A 1 as 1 iq 'ff , 1 JUNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY: 1st ROW ll. to RJ: A. Hutchinson, F. Piso, J. Pelligrini, T. Quirk, J. Clopeck, C. Bagley lCo-capt.J. 2nd ROW QL to RJ: O. O'Rourke, G. Marder, M. Hobin, M. Ablondi, B. Mayo, M. Blumenthal, M. Clinton. B. Simpson lCo-capt.7, J. Binkoski qCoachl. 4 9--" '-'i 5 1 1 I ....p.1u.:isS nf""' X J S 5 Q . .s - 9 l - lp - x ilk 1 BOYS FRESHMAN HOCKEY: 1st ROW QL to RJ: J. Brown, D. Lunny, D. Carney, M. Flesnic, B. Masionis, D. Bosselmann, S. Duanne, B. Flynn. 2nd ROW lL to RJ: P. Fantoni lMgr.l, G. Drake, D. Halloran, L. Simpson, B, Montelbano, C. Carol, B. Saponaro, B. Tostl, M. Foley, C. Oneil, P. Ferrari, G. Moronofski, B. Dawson, J. Hall lCoachl. m 3 E .,,,., X . -7 1... , 16 -nanom- 171 WRESTLING WRESTLING: 1st ROW ll. to Rl: G. Wrin, W. Hartt. M. LaChance, J. Moreau, D. Morrison. 2nd ROW lL to Rl: A. Piccoli lcoachl, S. Jones, J. Chalmers, P. Chait, G. Pappas, K. Gerome, Fl. Baker, Y. Tsiros, M. Selig, J. Durkin, B. Goodman, D. Whalen, M. D'AngeIo tass't. coachl. The wrestling team finished with a 5-12 record this year. The team had several inexperienced wrestlers on the squad, showing much potential for upcoming seasons. However, Coach Alex Piccoli did get some very impressive individual performances. Gordy Wrin was a New England Champion in the 121 lbs. weight class and Mat LaChance placed third in the Division I State Tournament at 140 lbs. The team also received strong performances from senior John Moreau and senior captain Wayne Hartt. QP' I fvrbt 'T' S Qi litg silo nun cv E?vrr ii .M IN UIQ IVOU KI I 1 hu 'M 6 N- 9. 1'i 1 s W, 5 South 18 33 34 15 11 22 36 32 29 21 18 15 25 34 14 16 36 Scoreboard Overall 5-12 Algonquin Concord-Carlisle Lexington Ashland Dedham Walpole Needham Keefe Tech Braintree Fram. North Lincoln Sudbury Milton Ayer 9 Marlboro Norwood Wellesley Natick X Opponent 41 36 33 41 57 33 27 29 36 45 37 48 39 30 47 44 25 GIRLS GYIVINASTICS GIRLS GYMNASTICS 1stROWlLto RJ W Schwartz C Coburn D Capobianco,J. CoIman,J. Morrissey, S. Bauman, D. Walker J Corsini 2nd ROW lL to RJ R Felipe D Vitton P Mersky M. Cooperman, D. Sampson, A. Cohen. This years gymnastics team did much better than anyone had expected. There were only three returning gymnasts from last years team. We spent most of the season building up our team and helping the new members. Although we had a good season finishing with a record of 5-6, we are looking forward to an even better season next year. SSEN .Q--ew I ...J 'mw--- -f I AQ awk' I. INDOOR TRACK 1stFlOWlLto RJ S deGozzadIl D Bursteun D Whalen J Wulson J Sojka E McCormrcklco captarnl P Grady lco captarnl D. McCormack E Amaechr S Garron A Garron J OFlourkelasst coachl B Toroslan 2nd ROW lL to Fll C Jacobs B Smrth L Mansur J Joiner A Gordon A Bloch T Leach S Barr J Sllverberg B Butler D Garron J Brattrca H Getson 3rd ROWlLto RJ C Fuller S deGozzaldr P. Flanders C Maslonls D Casavant D Bloch E Cohen P Gordon M Goodman A Valazquez Mnssrng L Hallman C Smlth 37 49, 40 52 as -if 2 ' f w X I I f I U J' I, 1 I f f vo5R ' ' ' 4 ' fr ff 7 Z I ' 7 1' ' ' ' 1 If .ff If ff, 1 ll f ll , ,I ,I 2 1 muz.Q,AeQQ,,x, . 15' wQ.eowvvw . ff , J, .3 1 .Er 5 2 V f f Q ' wxQ eQAmv E f 'ff H RN f f 6 0 l 'N -'S-""'NoTeL STUDLEY 4--K SH K QT gx QAPNNG ' . IS RBSENT mvh-4 - -- NXARCXA-5-BAQR Q . , 2 1 MK.TTWWQ 'rigme moves. X ' E 'j mx el mfaommu 19' MTH THQTU301 3 , .ji L5 v ...,. A Q' z as 60 fir qxd- UCALSIL K me Am' TO ag ' Nmmssx " 15 . coma sw v 1- owzggggg I 'Tiimz OOD coma 1 v -- -f E W X could QQ 'rhut ww 'Jr- o.SoMe, Somekime... Nj- Maeivu - --QA -...mhs --x --i-...,, ,E Q-4 --S. - ma.g.c-,gghou 044.5 fr Too! MQ, H0625 TQ 621' Nb BBW TGS? 9.lGvlT NDN 5912013 QQLS 1 GIRLS BASKETBALL This years team showed much improvement. The girls pulled their record up from 2-14 last year to 8-10 this year. The team was dedicated, hardworking, and boasted many good players. Mr. Kelly, their coach, did an excellent job and was a great source of inspiration to the team. Captains Tricia Farrand and Tammy Brown proved invaluable as leaders. W-HQ. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL: 1st ROW lL to FU: S. Thayer, C. Badger, P. Creatti, J. Sydow. 2nd ROW QL to RJ: M. Flanders, K. Harrison, S. Gladstone, S. Gan- non, J. Gross, A. Ellis. 3rd ROW lL to Rl: L. Bober, T. Walcott, T. Choe, K. Cohane, N. Schwartz, M. Lazar. Missing: L. Bloch. O N 3 '5 K KX 1 gig 1 if I QA uv I 5 . N efxqif S XJ. A -is-S .n q WHEN THE PRESSURE IS ON. . .THE VARSITY BASKETBALL: 4th ROW KL to RJ: qMgr.J D. Goldman, M. Cintolo, M. Elliot, P. Savas, M. Goldburg, fMgr.J F. Coots. 3rd ROW: fMgr.7 J. Obrian, J. Bober, C. Harris, E. Noonan, R. Walker, N. Ward. 2nd ROW: M. Pakora, A. Clement, O. Ortiz, M. Otey fCapt.J, A. Zupan. lst ROW: G. Natterstad, J. Crosby, P. Moresi fcoachl. --"' -' - 7 gtrgxfffsw-1 K . 1: ' . ff fa H '-f x r .- L, g . -. ,l.. ' ll! X52 a . i C S J, V17 FLYERS WIN ANOTHER DREAM SEASON pi-' 1 13+ -V' AA Q gi 3.21. WERE NUMBER ONE The Flyers were hampered by the MIAA most of the season, but after a big decision the Flyers had won their fourth straight BSL title. The team also set a new BSL record for most consecutive league games won, by winning 52 straight games. Mike Otey, the captain, was named to the All-Star team due to his many successful performances. Q Scoreboard Overall 17-4 South Opp. South Opp 67 63 Braintree 70 60 68 46 Walpole 71 41 67 53 Wellesley 62 58 52 49 Milton 62 43 62 55 Norwood 62 53 64 57 North 56 54 56 50 Need ham 55 60 53 52 Ded ham 54 64 53 46 Natick 60 63 DIV. I SOUTH SECTIONAL First Round South 64 Stoughton 60 Quarter Finals South 62 Hingham 63 gif l 183 I7 -Xi-Q' 7 XT! N1 .L X X ,"' VI S QL F' 2... J' J .X 0 lg' ' ' tid' 'f 46 .lmnff -Z- A l' ' K 1 'R .- ' -' -L-...K r ff V-1 ' ,Z ,- .. .1 -L ' - .Q . 5 , . ,W ,w,gfQ9Q: .. ,NW 3. , .,, G, N fs- ' -1 --. 9 . NX ..- JUNIOB VARSITY BASKETBALL: 1st BOW QL to BJ: J. Williams, K. Mathuews, T. Soderberg fcaptainj, C. Ballas, K. Baer. 2nd BOW TL to By. H. Lewis, D, Grain, P. Savas, M. Goldberg, B. Hay. 3rd ROW TL to RJ: M. Raditz, M. Pohora, K. Barry, R. Sudmyer icoachj. SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL: 1st ROW QL to RJ: C. Haddad, J. Silver, S. Levitt, B. Goldberg, P. Greenberg, R. Taglienti 2nd ROW lL to Ri: D. Rothstein, D. McManus, A. Friedman, J. Peterson, P. Farrand. 3rd ROW QL to Ry: W. Mognahan, G Warlick, R. Scalzi, J. Irwin, J. Croci Kcoachj. , , .. 3 'Ui f i f ' ' rnuniwsuin t ,f -.miwaf,4 miiugf, P 3 43 f ll - . !AHlN5,y A 1 x N" -w -wva ,?"1Z FRESHMEN BASKETBALL 1st ROW QL to RJ: M. Phipps, T. Coburn, T. O'Meara, P. Nicoli Qco-captainj, M. Tucker, R. Moore. 2nd ROW fLto RJ: G. Marsh, E. Smith, J. Harris, G. Swanson, J. Peterson, M. Barry tcoachj. 3rd ROW IL to Ry: J. Brown lmanagerj, G. Bornstein, M. Maloney, S. Moran, J. Stefanini tmanagery, J. Fugione fmanagery. Missing: J. Peterson, A. Chaves. x '. I 6,5 .' ' w w L WA .-,. Q. ik l 115V- ' ' . .Q ,Sv V -5, 2 3 .Sigggrpghf ,, s, rw' v ' L -it Z :fa ir -. I ' "'- 'ff .X -A A f--'- - I -'frg .4 .fi ' -1" ' ,. pf? 5932 ' in " ,ii 'V sag . '11sQQ2s35Ll n??iff'Wi2z-f L S 'b'T3V'BiYMibvY -G5i3Rli'G-5 ' w. -4:2379 5 ' f , , ' ' 1 l , u ' - o ' ,if-AFI' 434 915. 1 I "f E MHDNIGHT EXPRESS MAT. WTERIORS PG SAT. 5 SUN "'f'2?"X '7"5'X?'-"'FL,"!i'K4'3W'ls'-'XQZY' -f , " . ? LORD 5 , ...1.-n-- 1- , ,.,.. .....,.,.-.--.1 Q M35-ffv' XM , - In ' ""5"'.+ f 7' M ,2.3'.Q:11"ksf1f-sing -I ' 'A xp! 'Q,-if K N w I f Y I r I Q 1 5 il , f l 2 f w A rf-f , Y ' ,XT , , NX V X, H . N xx f ' N X , . X f 1-2 xg,.,X2 7 L' X Xt!! PM .YW Congratulations to the Class of 1979 We know the sigh of relief that comes at the end of your final exam. Long years of study behind you, and a big wide world ahead. But even at that it isn't the final test - or the end of your learning. The biggest tests still face you in the choice and fulfillment of your life's work. Many plan for college, some must reckon with the armed forces. Others will seek positions in industry, trade, business. We, at Den- nison, congratulate you on your past accomplish- ments, if your future plans call for steady employment or summer work, we'll be glad to discuss your problems with you. Our Employment Department will welcome the chance to outline opportunities existing in our offices, factory, and warehouse. DENNISON CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '79 FROM THE CLASS OF '82 Webb Supply Company 390 Franklin St. Framingham, Mass. Tel: 875-4125 Framingham Baking Company 840 Waverly Street Framingham, Mass. 01701 Quality Bakers of Italian Bread and Fiolls for over 50 years -Sf l , , r . y ' ', 5 .52 3, 'fu ' .' V I A wg F-...,, ,. , 'xl , L . M A ,, xv has ' li ,. I r V . ss, I V i .Wir DANVERS ' PENIBROKE FBAMINGHAM ' LENOX xi I 721604561 0046!-kf64f4C'! ?a4daw4ff4cce44ouaf?aaZwc4fz 4 8 A T if - "Lili-1f""'69ph T - ...,.d-'e"', ' 4,4149 ' gina' FIRST EDITION ,fi A iw , , Q A Jx I - if - 0, f f. T 6? xx-,QA BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1979 Candlepin Bowling Member of the Mass. Bowling Assoc MIDTOWN BOWL, INC. 14 Kendall St. Framingham, Mass. 879-8866 CONG RATU LATIONS GRADUATES! C ass! our ife Improvement Bank Framingham Savings Life Improvement Bankg DOWNTOWN NOBSCOT ROUTE NINE TEMPLE STREET FRANKLIN STREET HOLLISTON T 1 ,L Q ,m......VQx ,. , , - r X X X ,, Congratulations To Quality Cleaners This Years Graduating 532 Union Avenue Class! Framingham, Mass. T E O E 879 7434 wil' - 0,0516 i PRINTERS ONE FRAMINGHAM CENTRE ROAD 5 EDGELL CARL F MAHONEY FRAMINGHAM, MASS O1701 ll IIIIAII 510 UNION AVENUE FRAMINGHAM, MASS. 01701 ACROSS FROM BOWDITCH FIELD 879-8818 pic Isle QUARIU 4 Pierce Street Framingham, Mass. 01701 CRE 52' Compliments of Marconi's Restaurant U Rt, 126 Ashland, Mass, img -- Dress Fabric - Yarn - Crafts - Drapery - Slipcover,- Upholstery Fabric -4- Family Clothing 872-4888 136 Howard St. Downtown Framingham PANDORA'S PRIME 108 Concord Street Downtown Framingham Stanley W. Johnson, Inc. Flower Merchants 470 Union Ave., Framingham Where It Costs No More To Have The Best. suivnxo 1 M 'varuufs ms 1261 Worcester Rd' 151 Concord Street - Framingham, MA 01701 F'am"'9"am Phone 875-5969 872-1890 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1979 Shcawmut Community Bcnk Horizons Unlimited CAVAGNVS BAKERY Framingham, Mass. Shoppers' World 586 Waverly Street Sudbury, MHSS. Marlboro, Mass. Framingham, Massachusetts 01701 20 Union Avenue Framingham, Mass. - 879-4800 MONNICK SUPPLY COMPANY HURWITZ KOSHER MEATS 759 Waverly Street 326 Concord Street Framingham, Mass. Framingham. MA gfi5'AfRONS 51 Mr. Q :Arohson f' Dr. aL - Mr. 8. ll4lrsf"DonatdlKtitkiq VA 4 . 5- - Mr. 81 Mrs. 5 Mr. 81 Mrs. Amilcar A. fgf A Matt, Luv Ya, Good Luck Always, Michelle I shared these great times . . . Joni Rose l i V, . PROFESSIONAL PAGE tx David Baye,fAttorney John Zucchiiittorney Carl A. Sheridan, Attorney Alan A. Kunian A Hargraves, Karb, Wilcox, 8. Galvani Gastron-Castin Surgeons Inc John C. Acton, Attorney Richard L. Cardiff M.D. Joseph Goodman, M.D. Leon Herman, M.D. Kenneth Gordon, M.D. Stephen B. Berkowitz M.D. John J. St. Andre, Attorney Marian G. Katz D.M.D. Alan M. Chyten D.M.D. Victor Ellis M.D. H. Robert Nagel D.D.S., P.C. BUSINESS SPONSORS Barber Bros. Florist Natick Mall Natick, Marlboro, Sudbury Jo Ann's Donuts Route 135 Framingham, Mass. 01701 Liam's Irish Tavern One Framingham Center Framingham, Mass. 01701 The Life Presenler, Inc Marshall's Mall Framingham, Mass. 01701 Dom's Fruit Stores, Inc. Hollis Street Framingham, Mass. 01701 White Hen Pantry 420 Franklin Street Framingham, Mass. 01701 Decollibus T.V. 597 Waverly Street Framingham, Mass. 01701 Bidino'S Pond Street Ashland, Mass. CONG RATU LATIONS G RADUATES All of us at Bose Corporation wish to extend our heartiest congratulations to the members of the graduation class. Best of luck in your future careers. .HH 'D Y 1 - 1 1 ,,, 'H -.- ,F I ,I 4 'S - 2 0 ' '42 Q ,1 in J 2 ,. If - - iw. f ' L' ff B S 1' F? Q UT ,1,,,, ? , mn , I 3 , Qi? Q3 X- N3 4' . ' F 'Y '3'5'l- I LN:-i I XIX L 4, y ca Tvwf RNS S Qi 1 gr., LQ Q 1.3, H6 gf gr wah 1 .NX , I , H X Q . ii :gif ' f 'I , , , -'. ! EE R. I :.. -I" si I ! . Ex pblh . x ' N f Q' f ,-Z' congratulations and good luck in the future G83 we f xx! .5 4: r Q X, ff' 2, if 'c- 45:3 N 1 1 nl ' A, 9", n FRAMINGHAM CO-OPERATIVE BANK l ONE-YEAR TERM DEPOSIT CERTIFICATES ANNUAL RATE 51,000 Min. Deposit Insured in full eorn interest from day of deposit subject to term deposit regulations ift!S"L.f'-I f' ' .aff-1 4' 59 Howard St. 828 Concord St. FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 01701 Telephone: 872-4368 D DISPENSING TELLPHor.iE QPTICIANS 975-1400 OPTICAL CO., INC. 442 FRANKLIN STREET FRAMINGHAM, MASS. 01701 Complete Eye Glass Service O 'I . Q' tl s ' new fllgscgiiiiion of .IITIEYICB R04 "Now we take our time . . . so nonchalant And spend our nights so bon vivant We know its all a passing phase xi H L. X '.xf'f , ' " - time to change our ways loved these days Now as we indulge in things refined rts fro more times that we ' 5 W, , , 1.3 "'f' ws-ew--A Q.. ,-.. . ,, .,-.,...,,.... .f ---nn--. 'idh--nq loved fheee dave" t ..g fi W U2 I 1, . K' 3 . we-.nvl'+-1efefsqewq..'..ge. -.-. .i-f . Q - .. A ., x 4 g . N . Best Wishes To The Class of '79 SID'S WAREHOUSE STORE Rte. 135 fNear Natick Linej Framingham, Massachusetts 01701 620-0436 620-0437 Congratulations Class of "79" P. BRILLO 81 SONS 150 Worcester Road Framingham, MA A Family Style Spaghetti, Pizza and Seafood House WHITE HARDWARE CO., INC 428 Franklin Street Framingham, Mass. 01701 "A REAL HARDWARE STORE" 872-8828 GOOD LUCK GRADUATES! Q7J' 531IlEIN 82 QIGJJEINSGJDNQ HINCCQ 190 FORBES ROAD BRAINTREE, MASS. 02184 16171 848-3250 20 We extend 1 our sincere bet lwwwwl W wishes- 0- The impeccable choice in elegant function facilities... Accomodating up to 2,000 people! Framingham Saugus ' Randolph J-P Montvale ,,,t ' , L if B :Lai THE CLEAN MACHINE Worcester Road Framingham, Massachusetts 01701 Best of Luck to the Class of 1979 GOODLUCKSENIORSCOODLUCKSENIORSGOODLUCKSENIORSGOODLUCKSENIORSGOODLUCKSENIORSGOODLUCKSENIORS GOODLUCKSENIORSCIOODLUCKSENIORSGOODLUCKSENIORSGOODLUCKSEN IORSGOODLUCKSENIORSGOODLUCKSENIORS C S C S C S C 5 C S C 5 C S C S S 5 C S C S CX X JDLUCKSENIORSGCXJDLUCKSENIORSGUODLUCKSENIORSGOODLUCKSENIORSCOODLUCKSENIORSGOODLUCKSENIORS CX X JDLUC KS? NK JRSGC X JDLUCKSENIC JRSCJCXJDLUCKSENIORSGOODLUCKSENIORSGOODLUCKSENIORSCIOODLUCKSENIORS CX X JDLUC 'KSENIC JRSCX X JDLUCKSENIK JRSCX X JDLUCKSENIORSGOODLUCKSENIORSCOODLUCKSENIORSCIOODLUCKSENIORS 208 We are proud of the part Westwood Studios has played in the production of your yearbook. It is with this same pride in our work, and our interest in producing better portraits and candids that we hope you may call upon our services in the future. I Studios 218 Chestnut Street Needham, Mass. 02192 444-0042 PORTRAITS, WEDDING CANDIDS, AND YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHY 209 SENIOR DIRECTORY ' ALISON LYNN ABRAMS Cerebral Palsy Telethon 43 Class Treasurer 3,4. Color Guard 2.3: Field Hockey 1.23 Gymnastics 13 Homeroom Representative 1,23 Magazine Drive 1.23 Philomath 3, Assistant Editor 43 Rally 3,43 Ski Trip 3.43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Student Council 1.2. GARY ACKER CHRISTINE MELLYSSA ACTON Ski Club 1.4. CARLOS G. ALBA Football 1.2,3.4. Most Valuable Player 2.3: Ger- man Club 33 Latin Club 1,2,3. RANDAL IVI. ALDEN DUARTE ALFONSO STEPHEN APKON Band 1,23 C.P. Telethon 3,43 Class President 2.43 Gymnastics 1.2.33 Captain 43 lntramurals1.2.3.43 Jazz Band 1,2,3,43 Musical 1.23 Music Club 3.43 National Merit 43 Orchestra 1.2. Ski Club 3,42 Soccer 13 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Jewish War Veteran. SUSAN AMY ARONSON Gymnastic Manager 23 Homeroom Representa- tive 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 43 SMARC Party 43 Spanish Club 43 Light Bulb Sale 23 Student Gov- ernment 1.2.33 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Magazine Drive 1,2,3. Philomath 23 Faculty Edi- tor 3: Editor-in-Chief 4. LISA ASKIN Christmas Project 1.23 Gymnastic 1.23 Ski Trip 1,2,3,43 Ski Club 13 Steering Committee 13 Vari- ety Show 4. NANCIE E. BALLO Fashion Show 13 Junior Achievement 23 Ski Trip 2. LAURA A. BALLOU Homeroom Representative 43 Philomath 23 Edi- tor of Creative Arts 43 Ski Trip 3,43 Spanish Club 3.43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Swim Team Manager 3,4. KATHLEEN ANN BAMFORTH Ski Club 1.2.3. ERIC A. BANKS SHARI L. BARR Commercial Design 4. MICHAEL JAMES BARRY GABRIEL BASSAN PIO JAMES L. BEADES MARC R. BERENSON ANN ELIZABETH BERNHARD Basketball 13 Christmas Project 2.3.41 Homeroom Representative I,2,3.4Q Climate Committee 3.43 National Honor Society 2.3.42 Ski Trip 2,43 Spanish Club 3. Chairperson 43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Student Council 2.3. Recording Secretary 43 Swimteam 2.3. Co- Captain 43 Track 13 Whos Who among American High School Students 4. JOHN BERTOLINO Drama Club 1.33 Framingham State History Con- ference 4th place 33 National Honor Society 2.3.43 National Merit 43 Spring Musical 1.2.42 Strategy and Tactics Club 2,33 Student Crier 4. VIRGINIA M. BESHEARS Fashion Show 13 Magazine sale 1,2,3. TONYA LEE BLACK Christmas Project 3,42 Drama Club 2.43 French Club 1.2.33 German Club 1.2.43 Vice President 33 Intramurals 1.2.33 Key Club 43 Latin Club 1.23 National Honor Society 2.3.43 Philomath 43 Spring Tea 2.3. Spring Festival 13 Student Crier 23 Volleyball 23 Manager 3: Co-Captain J.V. 43 SMARC Party 43 Language Christmas Party 1.2.32 Who's Who Among American High School Students 4. MARYELLEN C. BLISS Field Hockey 1.2.33 H.R. Rep. 1,2,3,43 Philomath Sports Editor 43 Senior Play 43 Ski Trip 2.43 Softball 13 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Student Council 1,22 Secretary 33 Treasurer 43 Variety Show 3.41 Magazine Drive 1.2.33 Sandscript 4. STACIE ANNE BOWEN Senior Play 43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Track 13 Variety Show 43 Diving I,2.3Q Super Teams 23 SMARC Party 4. STEVEN BRADLEY SARAH A. BRANDON Drama Club 43 Ski Trip 43 Softball 13 Spanish Club Chairman 3,43 Steering Committee 43 Vari- ety Show 4. ANNE M. BRENNAN Co-Chairman Christmas Project 3.43 French Club 1,2,3,43 Intramurals 13 Key Club 43 Latin Club 1.2.3, Nat'l Hon. Soc. 2.33 Pres. 4: Page 1: Science Quiz Team 1.23 Student Crier 1,2,3,43 Tennis 1.23 Volleyball 2,33 Guidance Aide 2.3.43 Co-Chairman of Spring Tea 3. SHEILA ANN BRENNAN Band 13 Ski Trip 23 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 43 Magazine Drive 1,23 Rally 4. BRONWYN HONORE BRESNAHAN French Club 33 German Club 33 H.R. Rep. 33 Philomath 33 Music Club 3. SCOTT A. BRODY Basketball 23 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Football 1,2,3,4Q Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Philomath 33 Photo Editor 43 Senior Play 43 Ski Club 2,3,43 Ski Trip 2,3,43 Student Crier 2,33 Variety Show 43 Magazine Drive 1,2,3. CAROL E. BROSNAHAN Band 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 3,43 Softball 1,2. TAMMY LYNN BROWN Basketball 1,2,3,43 Basketball Captain 1,43 Christmas Project 3,43 Drama Club 1,23 Field Hockey 1,2,3,43 Field Hockey Captain 43 Glee Club 33 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus 3: Music Festival 33 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Ski Trip 3,43 Softball 1,2,3,43 Softball Captain 1,43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Student Coun- cil 43 S.M.A.R.C. Party 43 Cerebral Palsy Tele- thon 3,43 Variety Show 4. JEANINE R. BURKENPAS DINA BURSTEIN Cross Country 3,43 National Honor Society 3,41 Philomath Business Editor 43 Ski Club 23 Ski Trip 33 Track 1,2,3,43 Track Co. Captain 43 Vol- leyball 1,2. WAYNE BUSHEY JEAN MARIE CALLAHAN Fashion Show 13 Ski Trip 1,2,3,43 Soccer 33 Steering Committee 3,43 Indoor Track 33 Vol- leyball 3,43 Volleyball Captain 4. LYNDA A. CANNISTRARO ALISON BETH CARLTON Christmas Project 3,43 Drama Club 1,2,3,43 Glee Club 2,3,43 Musical 1,2,43 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 2,3,43 Treas.3 Senior Play 43 Student Crier 43 Tennis 2,32 Variety Show 3,43 Swimming 23 Music Club 3.4. EDWARD BRIAN CARP Cross Country 1,23 Key Club 43 Spanish Club 43 Steering Committee 3,43 Track 23 Tri-Capt. 13 Republican Club 2,3. CELESTE M. CARPENTER Basketball 13 Christmas Project 2,3,43 Field Hockey 1,2,3,43 H.R. Rep. 1,2,3,43 National i I L r" - I 2 ..,,,,,.,--rf .su--4 . I Fd 2,-..- . Honor Society 2,3,43 Philomath 43 Ski Trip 23 Softball 13 Steering Committee 1,2,3,4Q Tennis 2,3,4. REBECCA LYNN CARROLL Drama Club 3,43 Musical 43 Variety Show 43 Stu- dent Advisory Council Rep. 4. ERIN CASEY Glee Club 1,2,33 Ski Trip 3,41 Softball 2,31 Track 1,23 Variety Show 43 Magazine Drive 1,2,3. JACQUELINE M. CASTELLI LISA MARIE CHABEREK Cheerleader 13 French Club 1,23 Lacrosse 43 Se- nior Play 43 Steering Committee 43 Typing Pool 43 Vareity Show 43 Sandscript 43 2nd Place Na- tional French Exam. LISA CHALETZKY LISA JANE CHANEY Fashion Show 2. STEPHEN W. CHAPIN LEIGH CHEFFERS Tennis 2,4. MICHAEL ANTHONY CINTOLO Basketball 1,2,3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 4. PETER CLANCY ALAN B. CLEMENT Basketball 1,2,3,4Q German Club 2,33 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Key Club 3,43 Latin Club 1,23 Science Quiz Team 13 Soccer 13 Steering Committee 2,33 Variety Show 43 Ping Pong 1,2,3,4. MARK S. CLINTON Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Philomath 43 Soccer 1,2,33 Captain 43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Track 2,43 Magazine Sale 1,2,3. CATHERINE ANN COBURN Christmas 43 Field Hockey 13 French Club 2,43 Key Club 43 Latin Club 1,23 Secretary 3: Philomath co-activity editor 43 N.H.S. 33 Secre- tary 43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Student Crier 2,3,43 Track 23 Variety Show 4. JONATHAN N. COCO Baseball 1,2,33 Ski Trip 3,43 Variety Show 43 Swimming 1,2,33 Captain 43 Superteams 3. THOMAS COCO Ski Trip 43 Work Study 2,3,4. MELANIE JILL COHEN Band 13 H.R. Rep. 23 Music Festival 1: Orchestra 23 Philomath 43 Senior Play 43 Ski Trip 43 Steer- ing Committee 1,2,3,43 Student Council 1,31 Va- riety Show 3,43 Swimming 23 Magazine Drive 1,2,33 Sandscript 4. STEVEN M. COHEN Drama Club 23 Key Club 3: Republican Club 3 211 LEONARD M. CONLIN JR. Basketball 23 Intramurals 2,33 Senior Play 43 Ski Club 132,3,43 President Ski Club: Ski Trip 2,3343 Soccer 13233.43 Steering Committee 2,3343 Stu- dent Council 43 Tennis 23 Variety Show 43 C.P. Telethon 334. DEBORA ELIZABETH CONNERY Magazine Sale 2,3 DEIRDRE MARY CONTI GLORIA M. CONTRERAS MARY J. CONWAY FRANCIS S. COOTS Baseball 2: Basketball 23 Basketball Manager 334, Intramurals 2.43 Musical 1,234 ROBERT F. CORRADO DONNA MARIE CORSINI Field Hockey 1.233,43 Gymnastic 1323 H.R. Rep. 43 Latin Club 1.2, Philomath 43 Prom Committee 33 Senior Play 4, Skt Trip 233,43 Softball 1,2,3' Steering Committee 1.2,3.43 Variety Show 4 MICHAEL J. COTTON Christmas Protect 1323.43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 L:ir.rosse1,2.3.4, Personal Golf 3,43 Rally 3,4. LAUREN M. OOVELL MQ PATTY CRONIN Field Hockey 1,2,3,43 Magazine Drive 132,31 Philomath Sports Editor 43 Rally 43 Ski Trip 2,43 Softball 13 Steering Committee 1,2,3,4: Variety Show 4. JAMES J. CROSBY Basketball 1,2,3,43 Christmas Project 13233343 Football 13 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Lang. Lab Aide 43 Lacrosse 1,33 Ping Pong Club 1,2,3,4: Senior Play 43 Ski Club 1,2,3,43 Ski Trip 2,3343 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Super Teams 2. JOANNE CROSBY Christmas Project 1,2,3,4Q Color Guards 43 French Club 13 Glee Club 132,3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Musical 1,2343 Senior Play 43 Ski Club 2,3.43 Secretary Ski Club 3,4: Ski Trip 2,3343 Softball 233,43 Steering Committee 132,3343 Swim Team 1,2,3,43 Super Teams 132333 Track 13 Vari- ety Show 4. WILLIAM J. CROSBY Basketball 13 Football 1,2,3,43 Captain Football 41ll'1Il'3fT1UfalS1,233,4lSUD9f Teams 132,33 Track 1,2.3,43 Variety Show 4. STEVEN J. CROWLEY MAUREEN DALTON H. TERESA D'ANGELO Cheerleader 1,2,43 Gymnastics 1,2,3. WARD R. DECENZO LOUANN P. DECINA Cheerleader 1,2,3,4: Cheerleading Captain 43 Fashion Show 13 Italian Club 1,43 Italian Club President 43 Lacrosse 233,43 Magazine Drive 132333 Ski Trip 23 Steering Committee 13233343 Tennis 1. MARY H. DECRISTOFORO Variety Show 4. CHRISTINE S. DELPRETE Ski Trip 23 Variety Show 4. PAULA JEAN DELPRETE Basketball Manager 43 Cerebral Palsy Telethon 33 Field Hockey 1,2,3,43 Field Hockey Captain 43 Intramurals 132,33 H.R. Rep. 33 Philomath 1,43 Softball 1,233.43 Softball Captain 1,43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,4: Student Council 43 Super Teams 2333 Variety Show 43 Magazine Drive 233. SHARON DEPREMIO FRANCIS DESIMONE NANCY E. DEWOLFE French Club 13 Glee Club 3,43 Intramurals 1,22 Key Club 23 Sec. 33 Pres. 43 Music Festival 3,43 Steering Committee 2.3.43 Pom-Poms 23 Co- Capt. 3,4. KATHLEEN M. DICKMAN Drama Club 13 French Club 1,32 Sec. 43 Glee Club 3: Science Quiz Team 23 Typing Pool 43 Key Club 43 Easter Seal Volunteer 334. JONATHAN H. DINSMORE DONNA MARIE DIRADO French Club 132333 Latin Club 1,2333 Key Club 43 Tennis 33 Pom-Poms 2,3,4. DEBORAH DONATO Christmas Project 3,41 Spanish Club 43 Senior Play 3. STEPHEN DONOVAN SHARON KATHERINE DOODY Key Club 3,43 Senior Play 43 Variety Show 43 Pom-Poms 23334. TERRI ELIZABETH DUFEL Band 1,23 Drama Club 1,2343 Field Hockey 3: German Club 132,43 Intramurals 23 Musical 2,43 Music Festival 1,23 Orchestra 1,23 Philomath 4: Softball 13 Steering Committee 1,2,3,4: Variety Show 233343 Music Club 43 Drama Production Crew 2,41 Senior Play 43 Volleyball 2,334. MARYBETH DUGGAN Spring Festival 1. MARY BETH DURKIN LYNDA DVORKIS Cheerleader 23 Field Hockey 1,2,33 Philomath 43 Senior Play 43 Ski Club 33 Ski Trip 1,2,3,4I Steer- ing Committee 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 4. CHRISTOPHER E. DYER French Club 13 Treas. 23 Gymnastics 23 Latin Club 1,23 Vice Pres. 33 Pres. 43 Soccer 13 Spring Festival 43 Strat. 81 Tact. Club 1,2,3 Vice-Pres.3 Student Crier 2,3,43 Climate Study 3,41 Holiday Party 1,2,3,4: Senior Play 4. JAMES A. EKONOMY Lacrosse 13 Ski Club 2,33 Ski Trip 2,3,4. DANA ELSEMILLER Basketball 1,23 Football 1,2,33 MVP 43 Ski Trip 43 Track 1,2. PETER DAVID ESPSTEIN Basketball 23 Intramurals 2,3,43 Jr. Achievement 43 Musical 33 Philomath 43 Student Crier 3,43 Art Editor 43 Career Expo. 2.3. STEPHEN R. ERICKSON Baseball 1,2,33 Capt. 43 Christmas Project 1,2,33 Hockey 1,2,33 Soccer 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 43 Magazine Drive 1,2,33 Italian Club 1,2,3,43 Rally 3,4, Hockey Capt. 1,3. DALE S. ESTEY Variety Show 43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Lacrosse 1,2,3,43 Rally 3.4. CYNTHIA EVERS Intramurals 23 Ski Trip 3,43 Soccer 2,3,43 Track. 2,3,43 Indoor Track 4. EUGENE R. FAINI Football 1,2,3,4. JAMES M. FARLEY Hockey 1,2,3,43 Lacrosse 2. PATRICIA MARY FARRAND Fashion Show 2,33 Field Hockey 13 Basketball 1,2,33 Capt. 43 Softball 1,23 Steering Committee 1. JOHN C. FENTON Football 1,23 Lacrosse 1,2,43 Ski Trip 33 Indus- trial Arts Fair 1,2,3,4. THOMAS FLANDERS Basketball 13 German Club 1,2,3,4. MARC FLEISCHMAN French Club 23 Science Quiz Team 13 Ski Club 33 Strat. 81 Tact. Club 1,2,3. JOHN E. FLYNN JR. Hockey 13 Key Club 3,43 Ski Club 2,33 Vice Pres. 43 Ski Trip 2,3,43 Steering Committee 3,4. JANE MARIE FOLEY Bake Sale 2,3,43 Cheerleader 23 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Field Hockey 1,23 Magazine Drive 1,2,33 Philomath 43 Senior Play 43 Ski Trip 2,3,43 Softball 1,2,43 Spring Festival 1,23 Steer- ing Committee 1,2,3,43 Student Council 1,2,33 Variety Show 4. JANE SARAH FOLEY Cerebral Palsy Telethon 3,43 Cheerleader 1,23 Christmas Project 2,3,43 Field Hockey 1,2,3,43 H.R. Rep. 1,2,3,43 Lacrosse 2,3,43 Lacrosse Co. Captain 3,43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Philomath 43 Senior Play 43 Ski Trip 3,43 Spring Festival 13 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Class Secretary 1,2,33 School Climate Committee 3,43 Student Crier 43 United Conference of Christ- ians and Jews. TIMOTHY W. FOLEY Hockey 1,2,3,43 Lacrosse 1,2,3,43 Lacrosse Cap- tain 43 Philomath 43 Soccer 13 Variety Show 4. LAURIE SUE FORMAN Boston Globe Art Show Award3 Christmas Project 23 Drama Club 3.43 Musical 1,23 Philomath 43 Senior Play 43 Softball 23 Spring Festival 13 Student Crier 23 Track 13 Variety Show 2,3,43 Volleyball 2,3. ROGER D. FOSGATE MICHELLE RENEE FORTIER Band 1,2,3,43 Band Council 43 Drama Club 1,2,43 Intramurals 23 Lacrosse 3,43 Musical 1,2,43 Music Festival 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,43 Philomath 43 Senior Play 43 Spring Festival 1,23 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 2,43 Music Club 3,4. KENNETH FOX MARK WILLIAM FOX Industrial Arts Display3 Intramurals 1,4. REBECCA N. FOX Fashion Show 13 Figure Skating 1,2,3,43 Magazine Drive 1.2. CHERYL FREEDLANDER Christmas Project 3,43 Drama Club 2,32 Fashion Show 1,2,33 Nat'l Honor Soc. 2,3,43 Magazine Drive 1. DONNA G. FULTON Cheerleader 1,23 Gymnastics 13 Ski Club 1. KAREN LEE GALLAGHER Christmas Project 43 Ski Trip 43 Softball 1,2,3,43 Magazine Drive 23 Super Team 1. pax FRANK FEHRINI A S 213 WENDY GASSETT FRANK W. GENERAZIO III Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Tennis 13 Variety Show 43 Ralley 3,43 Magazine Drive 1,2,3. GARY BRIAN GEROME Football 1,2,43 Lacrosse 1,2,3 - co-capt., 43 Philomath 3,4 Ski Club 1,2.33 Ping Pong 1,2. JAMES J. GIATRELIS Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Hockey 1,2,33 Co-Capt. 43 HR. Rep. 2,33 Lacrosse 1,2,3: Capt. 43 Soccer 1,2,3,43 Student Government 2,33 Pres. 4. TALI GILDOR Christmas Project 33 Glee Club 3: Musical 3: Music Club 3. MARK GILLESPIE ROBERT ALAN GITELL Band 13 Football 1,23 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 La- crosse 1,2,3,43 Latin Club 13 Philomath 3,43 Bas- ketball 13 Ski Club 1,2,3,43 SMARC Party 4: Steering Committee 3,43 Student Crier 3,43 Vari- ety Show 43 Swimming 2,3,4. CHERYL LYNNE GLADSTONE Christmas Proiect 3,41 Drama Club 1,23 French Club 3,43 Key Club 3,43 Latin Club 1,2,31 Nat'l Honor Soc 2,3,4. Philomath 43 Steering Com- mittee 1,2,3,43 SMARC Party 4. CINDY L. GOLD 214 f S, . DAVID L. GOLDMAN Basketball 334. JUDI L. GOLDMAN Basketball 13 Cerebral Palsy Telethon 43 Field Hockey 1,2,3,43 Homeroom Representative 1,2,3,43 Philomath Senior Section Editor 43 Se- nior Play 43 Ski Trip 23 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Tennis 1,2,3,4Q Magazine Drive 1,2,3, Lightbulb Sale 23 Student Government 1,2,31 Class Secretary 4. STEVEN B. GOLIGER Audio Visual Aide 1,23 Band 1,2,3,43 Drama Club 1,2,3,43 Jazz Band 43 Musical 1,2,3,43 Music Fes- tival 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,43 Spring Festival 1,21 Variety Show 1,2,3,43 Music Club 3.4. REYNA MARIANA GONZALES Basketball 1,21 Nat'l Honor Society 2,3,43 Senior Play 43 Spanish Club 1,2,3, Secretary 4: Tennis 1,2,3. PETER J. GRADY Audio Visual Aide 3,43 Cross Country 2,3,43 Football 13 Indoor Track 1,2,3, Captain 43 Out- door Track 1,2,3, Captain 4. LYNN M. GUERRA Fashion Show 1,23 Cheerleader 1,2,3,43 H.R. Rep. 43 Italian Club 1,23 Lacrosse 1,2,3,43 Ski Trip 3,43 Steering Committee 3,43 Student Council 1,2,3, Vice President 43 Magazine Drive 1,2,3. NATALIA GUITIRREZ JEFFREY GUNN KAREN L. HAKANSSON Drama Club 1,2333 Glee Club 1,22 Italian Club 13 Music Festival 1,21 Variety Show 3. KAREN HANSON Field Hockey 1,2. RENEE J. HARMON Variety Show 4. KEITH HARTT Band 1,2,3,43 Football 13 Jazz Band 1,2,3,43 La- crosse 1,2,3,43 Musical 1,2,43 Music Festival 1,2,3,4Q Orchestra 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 2,3,43 Music Club 3,42 Nat'l Honor Soc. 2,3,4. WAYNE HARTT Band 13 Football 13 Lacrosse 1,2,3,43 Intramurals 43 Wrestling 2,33 Co-Capt. 4. RICHARD D. HASKELL SHARON J. HAUGHN Glee Club 1,23 Horizon Program 1,2. ANNETTE HAYDEN Basketball 3,43 Philomath 43 Ski Trip 43 Spanish Club 2,31 Steering Committee 3,43 Variety Show 4. JAMES TERRENCE HAYDEN Football 1,2,3,4Q Track 1. SUSAN M. HAYES Band 23 Gymnastics 2,33 Intramurals 1,23 Musi- cal 23 Music Festival 23 Nat'l Honor Soc. 23 Or- chestra 23 Soccer 3. LAURA ANN HEFFRON Drama Club 13 Italian Club 1,23 Magazine Drive 1,2,3. LANCE HILLMAN Football Capt. 1,23 Gymnastics 13 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2,3,43 All-America3 Indoor Track 2,3,4. KENNY HOECKER Hockey 1,2,3,43 Ski Trip 43 Variety Show 4. MARYELLEN HOECKER Cheerleader 2,32 Steering Committee 13 Variety Show 43 Swim Team 1. DAVID C. HOLBROOK Cross Country 2,32 Lacrosse 1.2: Woodshow 1.3.4. TIMOTHY J. HOLMES Basketball 13 Football 1,2,3,43 Co-Captain 43 Track 2,3,4. SUSAN G. HOPKINS Christmas Project 43 French Club 43 Key Club 43 Steering Committee 43 Variety Show 4. AMY R. HOROWITZ A Capella 13 Candy Sale 1,23 Cheerleader 2: Glee Club 13 Musical 23 Steering Committee 13 Variety Show 1. WILL HOVEY JIMMY HUIE Tennis 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 43 Rally 3,4. GWENDOLYN LEE HUNTOON Band 1,2,3,43 Christmas Project 2,3,43 German Club 13 Musical 1,23 Music Festival 1,2,3,43 Na- tional Honor Society 2,3,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,4Q Student Crier 43 Alternate Member of Grievance Committee. PHILLIP HURLEY BUDDY JENKINS Football 13 Soccer 43 Tennis 1.2. ALISON JOHNSON LINDA JOHNSON SUSAN A. JOHNSON Drama Club 1,23 French Club 1,2,33 Glee Club 2,31 Mixed Chorus 2,3Q Key Club 3.4, Music Fes- tival 2,33 Senior Play 43 Softball 23 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 43 SMARC Party 43 C.P. Telethon. ELAINE JORDON Fashion Show 33 Yes Program 3. SANG C. KANG National Honor Society 3,4. LINDA F. KAPLAN STEVEN KARAS JEFF S. KATES Intramurals 3. LISA C. KATZIF Music Festival 13 Glee Club 13 Swim Team 3. LAWRENCE J. KEATING Chess Club 8. Team 2,3,43 Senior Play 4: Strategy 8. Tactics Club 2,33 Stage Crew 2,3,4Q Set Construction 2,3,4. JAMES M. KEEFE Baseball 3,42 Cheerleader 3,43 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Golf 43 Lacrosse 13 Ski Trip 3,41 Track 13 Variety Show 43 Rally 3,4. SUSAN LEIGH KEEFE Basketball 23 Christmas Project 43 Cross Coun- try 43 Field Hockey 23 Homeroom Representative 43 Philomath 43 Senior Play 43 Track 1,2,33 Vari- ety Show 2,4. WALTER KEEFE AMY ELLEN KEILEY Drama Club 13 Field Hockey 1,2,3,43 French Club 1,23 H.R.Rep. 1,2,33 Key Club 43 Lacrosse 1,2,3,4: Magazine Drive 1,21 Mixed Chorus 23 Music Fes- tival 23 Philomath 43 Ski Club 1,23 Ski Trip 2,33 S.M.A.R.C. Party 43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 4. MARK A. KELLER Amateur Radio Club 1,2,3,43 Co-president 1,2,3,4. KEVIN C. KENT Band 1,2,3,4Q Musical 1,2,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 2,3,4. JOYCE F. KINDSTEDT Intramurals 23 Softball 23 Soccer 2,3,43 Magazine Drive 1,2. .tw H. 1.. Rl MARK L. KIRK Cheerleader 2. KIM A. KIRKPATRICK A Capella 1. LARRY STUART KLEIN A Capella 1,2,3,43 Drama Club 1,2,3,43 Glee Club 1,2,3,43 Musical 1,2,3,43 Music Festival 1,2,3,42 Speech Club 2,33 Senior Play 4: Spring Festival 2,3,43 Variety Show 43 Telethon 2,3,43 Madrigal 2,3,4j Music Club Treasurer 3, President 4. SHERRI KLEINMAN Drama Club 2,3,4Q French Club 1,2,3,43 Musical 23 Science Fiction Club 13 Senior Play 43 Hebrew Club 1. JUDI ELLEN KRAMER A Capella 3,41 Glee Club 1,2,3,43 Pom-Poms 2,3,4. DAVID H. KRONENBERG A Capella 43 Audio Visual Aide 2.33 Drama Club 1,2,3,43 Fashion Show 23 Musical 2,43 Music Fes- tival 2,43 Senior Play 43 Spring Festival 2: Variety Show 2,4. JONIROSE KULKIN Musical 43 Variety Show 43 Steering Committee 13 Senior Play 43 Key Club 1,2, Treasurer 3.41 Pom-Pom Squad 2, Co-Captain 3,43 1st place, New England District Key Club Convention Tal- ent Contest3 2nd place, International Key Club Convention Talent Contest. Tw. its .,. -A --""'f' . .1 -r w. '-"' i .1 'Ji pls: . 'Pl I 215 JOAN P. KUNIAN Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Ski Trip 33 Magazine Drive 1.2,33 Swim Team 1,2,3,43 Superteam 3. MATTH EW ROY LACHANCE Cross Country 1.2: Lacrosse 13 Wrestling 1.2.3. Captain 4. MARY T. LAVIN TERRENCE J. LEACH COLLEEN M. LEAL LYNNE L. LEARY Drama Club 13 French Club 1,23 Typing Pool 4. JACK A. LEVINE A Capella 13 Christmas Project 13 Drama Club 1.2.3. President 43 Achievement awardg Glee Club 1.23 Speech Club 43 Steering Committee 1.2, Variety Show 1,2,43 Musical 1.2.4. ROBERT LEVITAN ALISON L. LEVY A Capella 43 Christmas Project 2.3.43 Color Guard 3.43 Drama Club 1,23 Vice President 33 Board Member 43 Glee Club 1.2.43 H.R. Rep. 1.2.31 Musical 1.2.43 Musical Festival 1,2,4. Na- tional Honor Society 2.33 Secretary 43 Sandscript 3.4, Philomath 43 Ski Club 1.2: Stu- dent Crier 1.21 Variety Show 1,2,3,43 Drama Production Crew 1.2.3.4. KERRIE LEWIS MARIANNE LINEHAN Candy Sale 2,31 Christmas Project 13 Jr. Achievement 1.2.33 Spring Festival 1,22 Student Crier 2. ROBERT L. LOCICERO Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Hockey 1,2,3,43 Key Club 33 Lacrosse 23 Variety 43 Rally 4. NANCY M. LOCKE A.F.S. 33 Ski Trip 23 Spring Festival 23 Typing pool 43 Magazine 1. KATHLEEN M. LUNDERGAN Band 1.2,33 Candy Sale 1.2: Softball 1. BETSY LUNNY Cheerleader 1,21 Christmas Project 1.2,33 Field Hockey 1,2,3,4Q Gymnastic 1,23 H.R. Rep. 1,21 Lacrosse 23 Ski Trip 2.3.43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Magazine Sale 1.2.3. KAREN ANN LYNCH Christmas Project 2,43 Color Guards 3.43 Fash- ion Show 13 Glee Club 43 Key Club 43 Music Fes- tival 43 Senior Play 43 Ski Club 23 Spring Festival 13 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 4. MARY ELLEN MACEACHERN Orchestra 23 Typing Pool 4. RAYMOND S. MACLEOD Baseball 1,2,3,43 Intramurals 2.3.43 Hockey 1,2,43 Variety Show 4. 216 3 1 I If LESLIE K. MANAHAN Cheerleader 13 Fashion 13 Yes Program 2.3.4. CHERYL MANION CHRISTOPHER J. MANSEAU A Capella 1,2,3,43 Audio Visual Aide 1.2.31 Presi- dent 43 Band 43 Christmas Project 43 Drama Club 2,3,4Q Glee Club 1,2,3,4Q Northeastern District Chorus 3.43 Musical 1,2,3,43 Music Festival 1,2,3,4Q National Honor Society 2.3.43 Senior Play 43 Variety Show 3.41 Madrigal 1.2.43 Mass. All-State Madrigal 23 Wrestling 1.2. LORI MARCOTTE MITCHELL S. MARDER BENJAMIN KENT MARSHALL, JR. Football 3.4. APRIL ANN MARTIN JOHN A. MARTIN Band 13 Christmas Project 3.43 Swimming 43 ln- tramurals 23 Lacrosse 1.2.41 Track 1. BRENDA L. MATHEWSON Fashion Show 13 Spanish Club 1. ROBERTA MAUSHART RORY MCCARTHY Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Field Hockey 1,21 Page 2.3.4, Philomath 43 Senior Play 43 Spring Festival 1.23 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Pom Poms 1,2,3,43 Prom Committee 3. DUANE E. MCCORMICK Band 1.23 Cross Country 3.43 H.R. Rep. 43 Musi- cal 1,23 Music Festival 1,23 Orchestra 1.23 Ski Club 2.41 Spring Festival 1.21 Track 1,2,3,43 ln- door Track 1.2.3.4 EVAN T. MCCORMICK Baseball 1,23 Cross Country 3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Superteams 33 Ski Trip 43 Ski Club 1,3,4Q SMARC Party 43 Steering Committee 43 Rally 43 Indoor Track 2,3 Co-Captain 43 Spring Track 3, Co-Captain 4. PAUL A. MCGOWAN Band 1,2,3,43 Jazz Band 1,2,3,43 Musical 1.2.3.4: Music Festival 1.23 Orchestra 1,2,3,43 SMARC 42 Telethon 3.43 Variety Show 2.3.4. KATHLEEN ANN MCGRATH Christmas Project 2.3.43 Typing Pool 4. DIANA DAWN MCGUI RK Drama Club 2.3.42 French Club 2.33 Vice-Pres. 43 Key Club 43 Philomath 43 Volleyball Team 2.3.4. PAULA J. MCGURL SIOBHAN MCKEATING ELIZABETH A. MCKEE Cheerleader J.V. Co-Captain 13 Sandscript 2,3 Editor 43 Letter 4. ROBIN ANN MCKENZIE A Capella 2.3.43 Drama Club 33 French Club 1: Glee Club 1.2,3.43 Key Club 43 Musical 23 Music Festival 1.2,3.43 Nat'l Honor Soc. 2.3.43 Steering Committee 2,33 Pom Poms 2.3.4. JANET MCINTYRE PAULA MCLAUGHLIN Basketball 23 Field Hockey 23 Softball 2. SHARON MCWEY NANCY L. MERIDETH DORA ANNE MESSANA Christmas Project 1.2,3.43 French Club 1,23 German Club 23 Intramurals 23 Italian Club 23 National Honor Society 2.3.43 Page 2.33 Philomath 23 Spring Festival 1.23 Career Center Aide 23 Language Dept. Aide 3.4. JOSHUA STEVEN MEYER Latin Club 1.2.33 National Merit 43 Ski Club 1.2.3. Ski Trip 1.2.33 Soccer 1,23 Student Crier 2.33 Tennis 1.23 Drama Club Photographer 2.33 Philomath Photography Editor 4. JEFFREY LEE MILLER A Capella 2.3.43 A.F.S. President 2.3.41 Basket- ball Manager 13 Drama Club 3.43 French Club Treasurer 3.43 Glee Club 2.3.43 Intramurals 1.2.3.4. Homeroom Representative 1.2,3.43 Key Club 43 Musical 1.2.43 Senior Play 43 Ski Club 33 Ski Trip 23 Soccer 13 Variety Show 43 C.P. Telethon 43 Music Club 3.43 Steering Committee 1.2,3.43 Class Vice-President 2.4. FRANCESCA MISTRETTI BETH ANN MONENE Drama Club 2.3.43 Musical 23 Set construction 2.3.4. STEVE MOORE JOHN MOREAU fl RICHARD MORGAN WILLIAM CHARLES MORRISSEY ROBERT MORUZZI ELLEN M. MOYNIHAN CHRISTOPHER R. MULLEN Cerebral Palsy Telethon 43 Christmas Project 43 Drama Club 1.23 German Club 2.3. president 43 Key Club 43 National Merit 43 Philomath 43 Stu- dent Crier 3.41 Senior Play 43 Magazine Drive 2.32 Variety Show 4. COLLEEN M. MURPHY WILLIAM MURPHY Ski Trip 41 Track 2.3.4. RONALD MUSHINSKY ANTHONY MUTO LAUREN BETH MYERS Christmas Project 3,43 Drama Club 2.3.43 Fash- ion Show 13 Musical 23 National Honor Society 2.3.43 Science Fiction Club 13 Spanish Club 1.2,3.43 Spring Festival 13 Typing Pool 43 Hebrew Club 13 Orientation Guide 23 Honor Roll 1.2.3.4. DEBORAH J. NARDINI Band 1.23 Majorettes 1.23 Ski Club 1. ROBERTA S. NATHAN Christmas Project 1.2,3.43 Glee Club 13 Ski Trip 3,43 Typing Pool 43 Superteams 33 Magazine Drive 1.2.3. GARY RICHARD NATOLI A Capella 1.23 Drama Club 1.2.4. President 33 German Club 2.3.43 Glee Club 1,23 Key Club 43 Musical 1.2,3.43 Music Festival 1,23 Senior Play 43 Speech Club 43 Variety Show 2.3.43 School Play 2.3.43 Music Club 3.4. GREGORY M. NATTERSTAD Basketball 1.2,3.43 Christmas Project 3.4: Intra- murals 1.2,3.43 Variety 4. TIMOTHY J. NAZAK U.S.N. 4. STEVEN O. NEIL Drama Club 1.2.33 Football 1.2: Musical 1.2.31 Ski Club 1.23 Track 1.23 Variety Show 3. KAREN ELAINE NOLET Christmas Project 1.2,3.43 French Club 3.41 Mu- sical 23 Philomath 33 Sandscript 3.4. JOHN JOSEPH OBRIEN Baseball Manager 1.2: Basketball 1: Football Manager 1.23 Intramurals 43 Basketball Manager 2.3.4. JAMI JEAN OCONNELL Basketball 1.2.31 Cheerleader 1,2g Fashion Show 1.2,3.43 Homeroom Representative 1.2: La- crosse 1.23 Ski Trip 4. Spring Festival 21Variety Show 4. 217 SPENCER N. ODEMS A Capella 43 Band 43 Drama Club 23 Musical 33 Musical Festival 23 Orchestra 43 Spring Festival 23 Variety Show 4: Music Club 2. ANN TERESA O'DONNELL A Capella 43 Band 1.2.3.43 Glee Club 3.43 Jazz Band 3.43 Latin Club 1.2.33 Musical 1.2.4. Music Festival 1.2.3.43 Orchestra 1.2.3.43 Music Club 33 Vice-President 4. KEVIN R. O'DONNELL MARY O'DONNELL KATHLEEN M. O'LEARY Basketball 1.2.3.43 Christmas Project 43 Intramu- rals 33 Ski Trip 43 Softball 1.2.3.43 Magazine Sale 2.3. MARUEEN P. O'NEIL Softball 1.2.43 Variety Show 4. HUGH O'RAWE Ill Intramurals 43 Philomath 43 SMARC Party 43 Steering Committee 43 Variety Show 43 Rally 3.4. CRAIG ORENT Hockey 1.2.3.43 Lacrosse 1.4. DEBBIE O'ROURKE Baseball 1.2.3.43 Candy Sale 2.33 Philomath 43 Spring Festival 1.23 Tennis 1.2.3.43 Typing Pool 4. KENNETH J. O'ROURKE Baseball 1.2.3.43 Intramurals 1.2,3,4Q Hockey 2.3.43 Variety Show 43 Rally 3.4. KEVIN O'ROURKE Cheerleader 43 Cross Country 13 Homeroom Representative 33 Philomath 43 Ski Trip 43 Steer- ing Committee 3.43 Track 1.2.3.43 Variety Show 43 Intramurals 2.3. OSWALDO ORTIZ MICHAEL C. OTEY Basketball 1.2.31 Captain 43 Intramurals 1.23 French Club 2.32 Republican Club 23 Treasurer 3. MARGARET R. OTTAVIANI Basketball 23 Christmas Project 3.41 Field Hockey 1.2.31 Captain 43 National Honor Society 2,3.4Q Basketball Manager 2. ANA MIRIAM PAGAN Spanish Club 3. EDWIN PAGAN STEVEN PAITCHEL Basketball 1.2.33 Golf 1.2.3.43 Intramurals 1.2.3.43 Ski Trip 1.2.3.4. Soccer 23 Variety Show 3.4. ROBERTO PALENCIA Philomath 1.2.33 Spanish Club 1.2.33 President 218 43 Strat. 81 Tact. Club 43 H.R. Rep. 13 Reporterg Spanish News Photographer. ALAYNE FRANCES PALMER Christmas Project 43 Fashion Show 13 Philomath 43 Senior Play 43 Soccer 33 Steering Committee 43 Tennis 2.3.4. MARK J. PANTALONE Baseball 1.2.3.43 Football 1. CHRISTOPHER J. PAPPAS Nat'I Honor Soc. 2,3.4Q C.B. Radio Club 2.33 Computer Room Official 1.2.3. MATHEW PAOUETTE IGNAZIA INANCYI PECORELLA Audio Visual Aide 33 Fashion Show 13 Italian Club 43 Variety Show 2.3. ROBERT F. PEDULLA Audio Visual Aide 1.23 Jr. Achievement 33 Lan- guage Lab Aide 43 National Honor Society 2.3.43 Ski Club 43 Ski Trip 43 Citizens Band Radio Club 2.33 Amateur Radio Club Co-President 1.2.3.4. CYNTHIA PERKINS CHRISTOPHER J. PETRINI Christmas Project 43 Drama Club 1.2. Football 13 Intramurals 2.3.42 Key Club 3.43 Lacrosse 1.2.3.43 Philomath 43 Ski Trip 3.43 Steering Committee 43 Student Crier 43 Ping Pong Club 2.3.41 School Committee Student Representa- tive. GERALD PIRKLE REBECCA E. POITRAS Candy Sale 13 Drama Club 33 German Club 33 Softball 1.2. STE PH EN J. PREVITE Basketball 23 Pres. C.B. Radio Club 2.3. Indus- trial Arts Show 1.2.3.4. FRANCIS P. PRUYN Lacrosse 1.2.3.43 Ski Club 1.23 Ski Trip 2. ROBIN RACE PAUL RADITZ VANESSA V. REID Band 13 Homeroom Representative 13 Music Festival 13 Steering Committee 1.2.33 Magazine Sale 1.2.33 C.P. Telethon 4. JEAN ELIZABETH REPOLE ROBERT RESNIK J. CHRISTOPHER REYNARD Spanish Club 4. MARK RICHARDS TIMOTHY L. RIFFLE KENNETH N. RILEY Intramurals 233,43 Industrial Arts Fair 2.3.4. PAMELA M. ROBERTS Band 1,2,3,4Q Majorettes1,2,33 Feature Twirler 4. WAYNE M. ROBERTS JOYCE R. ROBINSON Track 2,3. SCOTT D. RODENHISER Hockey 1,2. REINALDO ROSADO JR. Baseball 1,2,3,43 Intramurals 1.4. AMY S. ROSENBERG Band 13 Christmas Project 3,43 Drama Club 13 Key Club 3,43 Lacrosse 1,2,3,43 Latin Club 13 Treasurer 2, 33 Music Festival 1,23 Nat'l Honor Soc. 2.3, Vice-Pres. 43 National Merit 33 Spring Festival 23 Student Crier 2,33 Climate Study 3,43 Philomath, Activities and Club Editor 4. PATRICIA ANN ROTATORI Intramurals 23 Soccer 2.3.43 Track 2, RONALD J. RUBBICO French Club 43 Hockey 1,2,3,43 Jr. Achievement 2,32 Musical 23 Orchestra 1,23 Track 2,3,43 Vari- ety ALICE C. RUIVO MARIA RYNKIEWICZ A Capella 2,31 Key Club 23 Soccer 23 Track 2. CINDY L. SABELLA MICHELLE R. SABELLA Craftsmanship Award 2,3. FRANK J. SAVELL A Capella 3,41 Band 1,2,3,4Q Drama Club 1,2,4Q Gymnastic 13 Jazz Band 1,2,3,4Q Musical 1,2,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 1,2,3,4. 1 q. t .A . we fx IA. 4 LYNNE C. SCAGNELLI Variety Show 4. MARGARET SCANLAN Basketball 13 Jr. Achievement 3,4. DEAN H. SCHNEYER Baseball 1,3,43 Track 1,2. RICHARD P. SCHWARTZ DENISE T. SCOTT Fashion Show 13 Jr. Achievement 23 Track 1. MICHAEL SEARIAC MICHELLE H. SELIG A. Capella 3,43 Audio Visual Aide 43 Christmas Project 3,43 Color Guard 3,41 Drama Club 2,3,43 Musical 43 Spanish Club 13 Music Club 43 Latin Club 3,41 National Honor Society 2,3,4Q Glee Club 3,43 SMARC Party 43 Senior Play 43 Sharpshooters 1,2,3,4. GEORGE J. SHALHOUB COREY E. SHAW Basketball 23 Page 1,2,3,43 Industrial Arts Fair 1,2,3,4. RACHEL SHEAR Drama Club 13 French Club 1. jj v.,f I 3 ALAN SICKLES Christmas Project 1,2,3,4Q Drama Club 1,2,3,4. MARK E. SILVER Lacrosse 1,41 Soccer 13 Track 1,43 Variety Show 4. GREG SKLAR THOMAS M. SLINEY Christmas Project 1,2,3,4Q German Club 3,43 ln- tramurals 1,2,3,43 Jr. Achievement 43 Key Club 3,43 Latin Club 3,43 Ski Club 2,4Q Ski Trip 43 Steering Committee 43 Wrestling 3.4. JAMES W. SMITH Hockey 1,23 soccer 13 Band 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,4Q Jazz Band 2,3,43 Super Teams 13 Music Festival 1,2,3,4. GEORGE T. SMITH SYDNEY SMITH JOHN S. SOJKA Track 1,2,3,4. PHILIP GARY SOKOLOV Basketball 1,21 French Club 43 Golf 3.43 Intramu- rals 2,3,43 Senior Play 4: Soccer 13 Steering Committee, JUDITH M. SOMA Intramurals 2,33 Soccer 3: Philomath 41 Track 2,33 Swimming 1. 219 STEPHEN SOMA Football 1,23 Lacrosse 1,2,3,43 Ski Trip 3,43 Vari- ety Show 43 Rally 4. JANA R. SONNEFELD Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Magazine Drive 1,2,3. MARIANNE SOUHLARIS Fashion Show 33 H.R. Rep. 1,2,3,43 Ski Trip 2,33 Steering Committee 1,2,33 Student Crier 43 Vari- ety Show 43 Volleyball 1,23 Magazine Drive 1,2,3. KENNETH SPECTOR MITCHELL J. SPEZZANO FAITH M. STUCCHI Audio Visual Aide 2,3,43 Basketball 13 Glee Club 43 Intramurals 13 Musical 1,2343 Ski Club 1,2,3,43 Typing Pool 43 Variety Show 4. JUDITH MARIE SULLIVAN A Capella 2.3.43 Basketball 13 Christmas Project 4. French Club 33 Glee Club 2,3,43 H.R. Rep. 1.2.34 Key Club 33 Secretary 43 Representative at District Convention of Key Clubs in Hyannis and Miami 3.4, Lacrosse 1,2,33 Co-Capt. and MVP 4, Musical 4, Music Festival 1,2,3,43 Philomath 4, Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Stu- dent Government 1, Student Crier 3,43 Variety Show 4, Music Club 3.4. Swimming Co-Capt. 4. FRANCIS J. SUPENO Krzy Club 3,4 Public Relations with Key Club3 Dfflrfrjztte tri Miami Convention, Ski Trip 3,43 Stu- rlffrit Crier 4, Tennis 12, MVP 3, Capt. 4. ?2O x,,,,-7 in, ,s CHERYL ANN SWAIM Band 13 Cheerleader 2,32 Capt. 43 Christmas Project 43 Field Hockey 1,2,3,43 Nat'l Honor Soc. 3,43 National Merit 43 Philomath Editor of Fac- ulty 43 Ski Trip 2,3,43 Softball 13 Mgr. 2,3,43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 4. CATHERINE S. SWEET Drama Club 3. LISA JOY SWOTINSKY Cheerleader 1,23 Co-Capt. Basketball Cheering 43 Christmas Project 43 French Club 2,3,43 Glee Club 23 Key Club 3,43 Music Festival 1,23 Steer- ing Committee 1,2,3,43 Student Crier 43 Variety Show 43 Volleyball 4. DONNA SZAMBALAN DEBRA C. TAGLIENTI Band 13 Intramurals 13 Italian Club 13 Ski Trip 23 Steering Committee 2,33 Magazine 2,33 Pep Squad. SANDERS T. TAKACS A.F.S. 43 Football 43 French Club 43 Golf 43 Key Club 43 Lacrosse 1,2,3,43 Philomath 43 Ski Club 3,43 Ski Trip 43 Soccer 1,23 Steering Committee 3,43 Student Crier 43 Ping Pong Club 33 Magazine 1,2,3. LISA M. TANNENBAUM Band 1,2,33 Gymnastics 1,23 Musical 1,2,41 Music Festival 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,43 Sandscript 1,2,3. Editor 43 Philomath 3, Assis- tant Editor 4, Co-senior Section Editor 43 Senior Play 43 Steering Committee 3,43 Student Crier 3,43 Variety Show 3,43 Climate Committee 3.4. RAYMOND JAMES TARVER JR. Audio Visual Aide 23 German Club 1,23 Gymnas- tics 43 Intramurals 2,3,43 Hockey 13 Strat. and Tact. Club 2,33 Track 2,41 Magazine Drive 1,2,3. DAVE TASSINARI PETER M. TESSICINI Football 13 Italian Club 1,2. SCOTT JAMES THALER Christmas Project 3,43 Drama Club 1,2,3,43 H.R. Rep. 2,33 Musical 1,2,43 Music Festival 33 Nat'l Honor Soc. 2,3,43 Senior Play 43 Speech Club 2,3,43 Spring Festival 23 Strat. and Tact. Club 2,33 Student Crier Editor 43 Variety Show 3,43 Computer Aide 13 Career Expo Guide 33 Presi- dent of Speech Club 43 Scholarship To Israel 4. GARY THOMAS Ski Club 13 Ski Trip 33 Track 2. F. CHARLES TIBBERT Audio Visual Aide 1,2,3,43 Drama Club 1,21 Trea- surer 3,41 Gymnastics 13 Musical 1,2,43 Senior Play 1,2,4Q Variety Show 1,2,3,4. RON TOMASSINI Baseball 1,2,3,43 Hockey 1,2,3,4. SUSAN ANN TOMLINSON Christmas Project 43 Fashion Show 1,2,3,43 Na- tional Honor Society 2,3,43 Philomath 43 Senior Play 43 Ski Club 1,23 Steering Committee 1,2,3,42 Pom-Pom Squad 3,43 Prom Committee 3: Magazine Sale. ALLAN P. TREMBLAY A Capela 43 Audio Visual Aide 3,41 Christmas Project 2,43 Drama Club 43 Glee Club 43 Jr. Achievement 1,23 Sharpshooters 1,2,3. LAWRENCE A. TUCKER A Capella 2,3,43 Drama Club 2,3,43 Glee Club 2,3,43 Musical 2,43 Music Festival 2.3.42 National Honor Society 2,3,43 National Merit 43 Senior Play 43 Spring Festival 2,3,43 Student Crier 3, Editor 4. LISA MARIE TZELLAS Senior Play 43 Variety Show 4. TERRY E. VARGES Cheerleader 1,23 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Va- riety Show 43 Ski Trip 2,32 Lacrosse 13 Fashion Show 1,21 Steering Committee 2,33 Magazine Drive 1,2,33 Bake Sale 1,2,3,4. ROBERT VENNE Intramurals 1,2,3,4Q Lacrosse 1,2,3,43 Ski Club 1,25 Ski Trip 2,3,45 Soccer 1,2,3,45 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Student Council 2,35 Swim Team 3,45 Class President 1,3. CONNIE VENTURA Candy Sale 35 Cerebral Palsy Telethon 45 Christmas Project 3,45 Fashion Show 15 Musical 1,2,45 Variety Show 4. THOMAS E. VIALL ELIANE GOMES VIDEIRA Christmas Project 3,45 Color Guards 3,45 Fash- ion Show 15 French Club 1,2,35 Intramurals 1,2,35 Homeroom Representative 1,2,3,45 Key Club 3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Spanish Club 1,25 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 SMARC Party 45 Cerebral Palsy Telethon 45 Variety Show 45 Philomath Editor 45 Tennis 2,3 Captain 1,45 Volleyball 2, Captain 3,45 All American High School Athlete5 MVP Volleyball 3,45 Bay-State Conference All-star. VICKI VIGNOLA VINCENT S. VIRGILIO Football 1. DIANE L. VOISARD A Capella 1,2,3,45 Band 45 Color Guard 2,35 Cap- tain 45 Drama Club 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 2,3,45 Ita- lian Club 2,35 Musical 1,25 Music Festival 1,2533 Variety Show 2.3. KARL WAGNER Christmas Project 45 Intramurals 3,45 Lang. Lab Aide 45 Hockey 25 Latin Club 45 Ski Club 45 Ski Trip 45 Spanish Club 45 Tennis 1,2,35 Captain 45 Wrestling 2,45 Book Sale 1,2,3,4. TROY R. WALES SUSAN WARD Drama Club 25 Secretary 3,45 Jr. Achievement 35 Musical 2,3,45 Senior Play 45 Speech Club 3,45 Typing Pool 45 Variety Show 3,45 Language Tutor 3,4. ANDREW S. WARNER Audio Visual Aide 2,3,45 Drama Club 2,3,45 Mu- sical 2,3,45 Music Festival 2,3,45 Senior Play 45 Variety Show 3,45 Swim Team 1. GLENN WEST DOREEN P. WHALEN Christmas Project 2,3,45 Intramurals 2: Key Club 45 Ski Trip 3,45 Soccer 3,45 Captain 3,45 Track 1,2,35 Captain 45 Indoor Track 3,45 Super Teams 1,2,3. GREG WHEELER Lacrosse 35 Steering Committee 45 Rally 3,4. JAMES T. WHIGMAN BRUCE G. WILDER German Club 1,25 Gymnastic 1,2,35 Ski Club 1,2. THERESA ANN WILLIAMS C. LEE WILLINGHAM Band 1,2,3,45 Christmas Project 15 German Club 3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Jazz Band 2,35 Jr. Achievement 45 Latin Club 1,25 Musical 2,45 Music Festival 1,253.43 Orchestra 1,2,3,4: Ski Club 45 Ski Trip 45 Soccer 15 Spring Festival 25 Steering Committee 2,45 Track 45 Variety Show 3,45 Music Club 3,4. JEROME WILSON Soccer 15 Work Study 1,2,3,4. JONATHAN WILSON Cross Country 1,2,35 Captain 45 Track 1,2,3,4. GERLAD D. WOLFSET Cross Country 3,45 Ski Club 3,45 Ski Trip 2,3,4. BRUCE WRIGHT Baseball 1,45 Football 15 Ski Trip 45 Wrestling 1. GORDON M. WRIN Band 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Orchestra 1,2,3,45 Spring Festival 15 Wrestling 1,2,3,45 State Wrestling Champion. EDWARD THOMAS YOST AFS. 45 Christmas Project 45 Drama Club 3,45 Key Club 35 Musical 3,45 Senior Play 45 Music Club 3,45 Drama Productions 4. PETER ZAKON A Capella 35 Drama Club 1,25 Glee Club 35 Latin Club 1,25 Musical 15 Ski Club 2,45 Vice-President 35 Student Crier 1,25 Track 3,45 Super Teams 3. JILL A. ZEICHNER A. Capella 3,45 Drama Club 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Musical 2,45 Music Festival 1,2,3,45 Vari- ety Show 2,3,45 Music Club 3,4. ALEX D. ZIGOTEGOS Gymnastics 25 Soccer 1,2,3,4. DEBORAH J. ZIMAN Field Hockey 1,25 Steering Committee 152,33 Track 2. CINDY L. ZINCK Softball 1,25 Variety Show 45 Magazine Sale 1,3,4. ANDREW J. ZUPAN Basketball 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Jr, Achievement 45 Soccer 1,25 Variety Show 45 Ping Pong 2,4. I .5 lf! .. A f 'iii'-1' 2 AAY11.f5"l'1QT Lp- j .5 lqil"'.'4 Wx iff: "' ,sf 1 ti 1 I. l'l'iT'1l:f -5 .- r '- H'-.f""'1"'4f T4 Q I .JKT sglj 3: 'Q xl PQ TNF jr-'-T-' vfj i,1"?'ff,f'. :.z, mn. , ' l 221 E 5 Qfvvfmg 'atvnmanm 3230-vw-xe, C.r-OC-bgzmf 6604 090 WW Q39 QSiSJJfLjf7,QMAf wmffw . gy wwjqmvi, 0 55259 3 Ei5:'gWvwWw5f YQ' S Eg 32? 9192295053 5-1559 'Q' QAL, 5 Qjggj ELM 02492445 Q fgiuzlv 6' QW Q r'aM331.f1'L'RWfZ veggie 3 m iiimgggwfq' -ewfffw MG' ZQQMWQQ gi? QW W pf BW-f4f'I1wY iv N Wawffilf gfafjwf UW wh ,J M 2 wu5QiZOQQg7i?3f3 5 2 X , . FJM? wif? MMM W wwg S jg! is S Kwik QW Qgmq 'S , w 1-' 4. v- v- ' , - . 6. . , 'fi fmg, , 1. . 'q. -Y ',, .4 p tj. fr. .. ,:.4,gv i' L-7 V x 1 Q y, ! ' In , 7 ' . , . nf, j I! - ' ft Q A -1.- 5 ,, ' ' ' . -. 40 ' I! 4 ' 4. - .. 53' ir fig, f , 4 2 xv 'dr . . ' . M 9 . ,Ja , - vm: -v-.1 fr 5 rfb 3 9 e 5 ,224 f, 'Il .-1-., . 4 -2- V Hs. V ,. , :,--- rl' '. ,1 -1', "Hifi q- " . 'iffy l if. 1-'fa - -. r 'Ili-is U. A . uri' " bl W I 1 1 , lr.: . :- 1 .'fa'. ,. 1 ,.'y44n 1 5 '-It --'41 Iyv If' - ' f . - , Q Q . .. 5, -- ,.,a. , ' . ", D, K r., ' ' -' 'wg . ,, jim- , g A 1 fc ,.,4: - .-.au I isa 7' Lf'-'A'-' t'f'i V .. ,7-1 --.. 4 I vf. '- .L V. "' A ,' N , . 4. H .r 1-if ' , - 54 1 I ., I. J ' --.I K, . H .ly . v 'Q'9- . 4: ' ' .- ' -mf L5 - 1. gf.. ,e J,-1 '. ,".4 .1-. 1, ' 1 .- 4 QR-n x. . A, '.Q-- ww .lv SL '- .:' -.-., ,f 1. ras!! , , . D Q - . ff-. 1 - .L - 1 ' .352 - :. ., 1. X A ' .IF ' uf ' . I ., fix: . L -1: . t -'Q-' 1 S K' ' 4 Q' 5 . . - '.h 'Q' ' - "- , N rv


Suggestions in the Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA) collection:

Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA) online yearbook collection, 1976 Edition, Page 1

1976

Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA) online yearbook collection, 1977 Edition, Page 1

1977

Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA) online yearbook collection, 1978 Edition, Page 1

1978

Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA) online yearbook collection, 1980 Edition, Page 1

1980

Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA) online yearbook collection, 1981 Edition, Page 1

1981

Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA) online yearbook collection, 1983 Edition, Page 1

1983

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.