Framingham North High School - Archon Yearbook (Framingham, MA)
- Class of 1979
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Good Morning Yesterday,
You Wake Up And Time Has Slipped Away
And Suddenly Its Hard to Find
The Memories You Left Behind,
Remember, Do You Remember . . .
The Laughter And The Tears,
The Shadow Of Misty
Yesteryears . . .
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As we embarked on our high school careers, we were frightened and and confused. Through
your patient guidance and concern we have developed into what we are today. Therefore, we
the class of 1979, to show our deep appreciation, dedicate this Archon to a very special friend,
our grade secretary, Mrs. Rose Ametti.
Mr. Richard Kropp
Mr. Joseph Antonioli
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Retiring: Eighty-Six Years Of Dedicated
Service To The Youth Of Framingham.
M SSAGE FOR THE CLASS OF 1979
My com ents to you are, obviously, directed at your
academic success As a class, you have demonstrated a facility
in handling the many educational challenges at North High A
a class, you have lmpressed your faculty with your ability to
succeed, your ability to solve perplexing academic problems, and
your ability to adjust to rigorous programming That most of
you have attained a prominent place during your four years at
North 1S evidenced by your realistic approach to post secondary
opportunities The universities, the industrial milieu, and
the community will be enhanced by your presence
Another point to be made is that you have grown, matured,
and have become sensitive to the needs of others Your leader
ship in our Community Action program, your leadership in all
charitable drives, your help with younger students, your concern
of personal and group development Nonetheless, through these fast
paced, quixotic four years, you have laughed cried enjoyed and
even suffered disappointment These complex emotions have con
tributed to a North High Spirit that has helped to set a positive
attitude These complex emotions have contributed to your individual
While your teachers accept North's academic excellence
without reservation, you have added another important dimension to
our school You are ample proof that our graduates also reflect
the humane qualities so necessary to create a society concerned
with easing the misfortunes of others Do not forget that as
educated people you are responsible for the welfare of many
As the Class of 79 has accepted its responsibilities
thus far, so shall the Class of '79 continue to lead the way in the
immediate and far off future On behalf of all who have worked with
you, I wish you a pleasant and successful encounter with your various
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for our staff, your respect for our school are positive reflections
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Mrs. Adelia Korona
Mrs. Rose Ametti
Mrs. Doris Feinstein
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Mrs. Virginia Maenpaa
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Mrs. Mary Ann Dunn
Mr. Charles Hayden
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Mr. Walter Levy
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Judith N, Aaronson
UA woman of worth who can find, for her
price is far above rubies." Memories-MIT
HSSP, Hopkington, Juliet Gammaday.
"Freshman Mistake" Boskone 15, Pome-
granate, Orchestra, Flatland, Malafafone,
Tea leaves, Pay Your Dues. O-OO check-
mate, Bridge and Hearts, Studying, Sing-
ing on the T, Asher, Hmm, Larry ,G Mez-
ger, "really in", Mr. H's truck, page,
A friend is someone who knows everything about you and
likes you just the same. Memories: Party classics, Ast:
Spumante, Warm companions, M,P., JD,, P.P.,S.Y., cheer-
ful friends, "and then some."
Today well lived
Enjoy life, party hearty, work your butt
off in school next year and fool around
plenty. Memories: Friday 81 Saturday
partying, the alley, the woods, New Years
Eve, Germany, France, Alexandria, Cape
Cod, Q.P. Robin Hood, The reservoir, But
But But Bob, the freake brothers, swim-
Cynthia G. Allcroft
Y-.....m with S.B. and S.C.
yesterday a mem
ory of happiness
and every tomor-
row a vision of
LD., CD., Re-
L.L., summer sun-
GM., Fenwal, LA-x,
t.p, . good times
with special friend
Christopher J. Antal
What you own is your kingdom. What you
live is your story. ln your head is the an-
swer. Let it guide you along. Let your
heart be the anchor and the best of your
own song. Memories: J, Geils Band, Yes,
Summer of 78, Canadians, "you
you'Il win one?" Papa's, The Dov
co? Burnt Offerings
Music is to hear at all times, Memories: Marian H.S., The Crick-
Remember only fools are satisfied.
Dream on but don't imagine they'll all
come true. Memories: How could you
lose aF.p.? a half, Volkswagon does it
ar"'! PC-1777, Chefs-what a rush! Class
Tombies, Royal lunch, The mile-
Mrs G Vhemistry7
A cheerful heart is a good medicine, but a downcast spirit
dries up the bones. Memories: Abnormalities, radar, Ver-
mont-Ranger Rick, "What to drink?" Woodchucks, Mr
Smith's exorcist steps, Poconos, summer of'78, good times
,'ou'll live, high you'Il fly, smiles you'll give and tears you'll
, all you touch and all you see is all your life will ever be.
emoriesz cruzin . . summers on Cape . . skiing . , surfing . .
ett, The Cars, Electric Guitar, Derringer, B. Sabbath Concert. living on the beach . . Brewster fog . . great times with R.M.
David Allan Berowitz
Carol Franziska Besgen
"There is a destiny that makes us
brothersg None goes his way alone,
All that we send into the lives of
others, comes back into our own."
Memories: No we're not twins . . Pink
Floyd in the dark . . Down the boat . .
Kolsh ski . . 1119 4 . Up to my elbows
in ink . . Wine: lt's Germany's best! . .
You're crazy Arla
moment may be temporary.
the memory is forever." Mem-
if The Dew
"lf you can't dazzle them with brilliance,
baffle them with your bull . .
Memories: June 19th . . 1:OOp.m. .
period one study
"What appears to be the end may
really be a new beginning." Mem-
ories: Summer of '78 . . 1832 . .
P.I.R,D. . .The 4th . .Cape Cod..
C.E. Maine . . Buzz at D.K.'s . .
"Let's go to N.H." . . Sandy's
spaghetti . . Donald Duck
Stephanie Beth Berman
"Far away there in the sunshine are my
highest aspirations. I may not reach
them, but I can look up and see their
beauty, believe in them, and try to lol-
low where they lead " Memories Stuck
on MTC . last chance SW OQ ,TS,
etc. . . bellybutton. almost embarrassed
. . B days in the cat. . . cheap Vegas 81
Audis . . Macs . . ALL CLEAR
Valerie J. Bernas
Memories: "Rush hour" . . Cape '78 . .
GSP. . . Just say, "hey" . . Cruzin with
D.G. . . "She's not there" . . Bermuda '78
. .9!12!77 . .the Ditch . .Put on? ..
M.S.we're at the carnival!! . . "Crystal
Palace Happy Hour" . . "We know you
aren't working girls."
Catherine Ann Bissen
"And after I have gone and been
alone for awhile, l'Il think of you
and my thoughts will show a
smile." Memories: Flashflood . ,
the call , . the trip . . the flat . .
the abnormalities-Riby . . staring
. . skiing. . "Boo!" . . Fun times with
L.C.,J.E., and S.K.
Paul M. Besgen
"The time is gone the song is over
though l'd something more to say
say." Memories: Summer '78 Hig-
gins Beach . . Duster . . The Cape
. . the neighborhoods. .down back
. . the field . . Kega's Trestle . .
concerts , . B.A.L.B. . . dead end
. . H,B.F. . . Lacrosse . . Daddy's
sons . . Village People . . STB . .
DTB . . GS
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"Life is only worth liv-
ing if the liver wants to
live." Memories: Italy '77
. . ELO. .summer up the
Joanne Christine Sarah
"this memory brightens o'er
the past, as when the sun,
concealed behind some
cloud that near us hangs,
shines on a distant field."
Memories: Memories of
good friends and places . .
LB,BF,CG . .California Maine
. . Summers of '76 and '78
"No love, no
ever cross our
path without af-
fecting us in some
way forever." I
times . . Good
Friends . . May 12
'78 . . Meadow-
brook . . Summer
Coleen Ann Borden
"A friend is someone who I take
- great pleasure in having and great
sorrow in losing." Memories: RL . .
"Frisbee" instead of chemistry . .
f T.L. instead of French in junior
f' year. . Marshalls . . W.M.F. . .ADT
while howling . . Dancing during
studies . . great times with all my
friends . . "our Love" in H125 . .
Lisa E. Bowman
"To achieve all that is possible we must attempt the impossible.
To be as much as we can be, we must dream of being more."
Memories: B.B.B.B. . . the convenient mishap . , Flakeyard . .
BSB. in the aggie mobile . . Ya know. . Smitty's '78 . . Goofin
. .G.F.U. . .Exams at Di's . . bagged at Z's . . Where do you live?
not much , . P.M. at the casino
"Memories and dreams
will all come together
at the end."
Memories: Memories of
red hearts . . Albies . .
Football games. . Herbie
Anita Jane Bonelli
"So many tangles in life
are ultimately hopeless that
we have no appropriate
sword other than laughter."
Memories: DPW's dump . .
Sudbury. . Rt. 20. . C.C. ..
Liam's . . "wrong" . . April
1st . . You thought so . .
Patricia L. Bove
"The love in your heart wasn't
put there to stay, Love isn't love
till you give it away." Memories:
Get extra ketchup and a knife! . .
Ragu with Ka . . Yes, he's my
brother . . ELO . . Heart . . For-
eigner concert '78 , . Boxboro
show . . open house . . The RIT . .
Brown Ford Van-9-24-78 . . . Larry
David B. Bradway
"Live your life, live it full." Memories: Sneakin' at BBO.
Good times in Maine . . the
pit . . JSD
. . the barn , . R.W. . . F845 at Marian . . Woodstock-'77, '78
PT's veggies . . HHHH . . MD's parties.. 1O!28!78 . . P.A.N D
at PA . . H.L. . . it doesn't work . . FLA. . . D.A. . . the zoo.. e
Ol' Rd. . . Ouch! . . Late again . . "etc." . . .
David Harold Bromfield
"Solitude is as needed to
the imagination as so-
ciety is wholesome for
Kathryn Hilary Brown
Barbara M. Brady
"Be Yourself" Memories:
J.S. 81 Mr. Aley . . Warham-
swifties . . P.C,,D.H.,8tD,W,-
"You Fool!" . . Cloud 9-Jac-
ques? . . Time capsules 8.
Tom , . WBZ 8. M.S. . . C.W.
with l..P. 8. B.P. Remember
caroling? . . Skiing 8. B.J. . .
Feb. Snow Flume . . San-
skins 81 Tea . . T, St T.P.-
Larry 81 L.W. . . Hey Marge!
. .O. Dip. . Make me laugh ..
Wasted time . . 4!13!78
"Who so would be a man must
be a nonconformist. He who
would gather immortal palms
must not be hindered by the
name of goodness, but must ex-
plore if it be goodness, Nothing
is at last sacred but the integrity
of your own mind . . Mem-
ories: the pits. . C.C, , , RW, , .
the bogus puzzler . , Blarney , .
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Amy Susan Brown
"Our love is wide awake, awake like no other,
ready like no other, through our dreams,
through our thoughts, and through our lives,
we loved, love and will love like no other." Mem-
ories: CJMl. . good times, good friends
Julie Lynne Bryant Paul D. Bryant
"A true friend is the best possession." Memories: S.R.,D.C.,L.D.,
L.M.,P.H. . . Fenway Park . . the box . . Gullies . . Cheerleading-
Competition-'78 . .the Guts Girls. . "l'm a wild and crazy Guy!"
Soup's on! . .Junior Variety Show-'78 . . pastries. . great friends
. . great times . . the tree
Caroline G. Brossi
Memories: l'd rather be
a rodie . , yes . , C girls
room . . Snotgurgle A .
Crafts . , photo . . Oral
. , the weekend . , Brad-
lees . .the hill. . the lake
. . CPR monsters. . M.T.,
P,D.,T.L.,J,R,andB . . the
coronet . . Dances . .
bobo . . black leathers in
diapers , . Sprite . . he
wet. . Randy S. .TR-7. .
David Richard Brunelle
"The comfort of having friends
may be taken away, but not of
having had them." Memories:
Times and places with Joe,
Dana, Dan, and many others,
mostly with Jill
Mark D. Buckminster
"Back in school the teachers who taught
me just weren't cool." - George Harrison
Memories-DP8tBA passing out, the table,
Santa chasing JR, weekends, JH and his
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Kimberly Anne Burrell
Sharon Elaine Buzzell
"All that we see or seem ls but a
dream within a dream." Memories:
Ranger Rick-What to drink?-Cut'em
off at the pass-Blue and white striped
pajamas on New Year's Eve-The
Tombs-No thanks, it goes right
through me-Mr. Smith's-exorcist
steps-woodchucks-CS talk-FH Hall of
Sandra Louise Byrnes
"The years teach much which the days
never know." Memories: June '78' Party
QL.K.J . . .the ffl spaz, beach, Jan QJRJ,
Elvis QKCJ . . , The F?edhood's, scramble
omlet . , , Wild Cand crazyj stories a , .
summers at MP fccl . . . Stop hitting me
. . . You Fool! . , . Short People , . . The
Shari Jo Burg
"Just as my fingers on these keys make
music, so the self-same sounds On my
spirit make music, too." Memories:
Piano, letters to Lisa, Florida, traditions
with Blachs, Quisisana, Hopkinton State
Park, Party at Phil's, skiing, Margie's
surprise party, M,B,'s broken leg, sum-
mer of '78', Good times with S.B .....
Glenn Thomas Butkus
"A roaring Lion captures no
game." Memories: Baseball .... J.
Browne ..., Mac's ..., "Don't
start!" Cape 78 .,., "Burnt offer-
ings' '.... 575776 .... Kelt's lights
Carroll Grace Calder
"Many a times a tear l've shed but many
a times a smile l've spread" Memories:
Cafe, Greenies, B.H,R.D.movies, 1977,
summer of "77' Macarthy school, H125
dancing, D Girls Room, Afterschool.
last of "the gang"
Paul Francis Callahan
"Green grass and High tides forever."
Memoriest Down back, Down Cellar, Hig-
gin's beach, BA, Peg, Kevin, Shmeg,
Greg, Meg, Grey ghost, socomania, LB.,
Trestle, Dead End, bareback, Me and
MS,-4a.m,, the Cape, the neighborhood.
concerts, get lit
Thomas John Campbell
"Those who strive for merit shall attain
success." Memories: Duel concert w'eek-
end, O'MaIley's ride in the elevator, We
are Datto's sons, A rest area in Sandwich,
94 in a 55, a late night trip to Weirs
beach, All-Nighter at Soup's, They burned
my fence in that fire-Bagged, Everybody
must get lit, We will rock you! Car Wash
at Windsor Green, YAHOO TIME.
Sharon Denise Byrd
William J. Casali
I don t think we can hold the
of Dixie cups and Baby Ruths
"We have been happy, going our way, Life
has been beautiful, we have been young,
After we've gone, Life will go on, Like an
old song we have sung." Memories-Italy
the I8tW . , . skiing . . . staring-overlook
ing . . . having lun with CB, TE, SK . . .
. . . Summers at the farm-Riding and
Sandra Ann Carroll
Live and let live is fine, but live and help
live is better." Memories: Blue and White
striped pajamas on New Year's Eve,
straws, Mr. Smith Ranger Rick, Exorcist
steps, french fries, CS talk, FH Hall of
Fame, woodchucks, Murph, Robert Blue-
buick, SCS, mako ghestures, shake a
tower. a scream in the night.
Vicki Marie Celia
"lf you have one true friend, you
have more than your share." Mem-
ories: One more lap, tennis, Sax
beach, fritos, T.C.'s green M ir M's,
pool party basketball games, red
eyes, the graveyard, M.D.-switch,
the egg will breakl, the nursing
home, Don't worry L.D. - he'll call,
K.G.'s a slob, surprise!!
chemistry lab much longer we re running out
Memories J B and Sue But what does it
Robert W. Carroll
"A student should not be taught more
than he can think about." Memories-
Easy day . . . 460 Quad . . . the lockers
Jill Debra Carvin
"We're in a dream but the hands on the
clock seem to know, they tell us its time
to go." Memories: JJ,ES,KC,MW,BC,JY in
TX, Southboro, KW, summer '77', the
"dike", JB inc, sand trap, shut-up and
drive! parties, tango, G ir O, V rr O, Riunite,
Getting back to nature, soaps, our table,
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Mary Elizabeth Celorier
"lt's not the end of the world,
only the beginning of a new day,"
Memories: V.B. '78', Mrs. Buckley:
To know even slightly was a most
rewarding experience, Robin, Sap,
Radish, Wen, Mo's, Dokey, MC: All
Star, 445 ir 55,11!16 M.B. MFB.,
Fri nite at Ms. B., Lenny, Ben, Pitsy,
Jillski J D EA
Brenda Lynne Caspersen
"Remember yesterday, cherish
today. dream tomorrow." Mem-
ories: Scituate w!PM ir MM, Florida
with Jen '78-Bob S. wJK,PL,SF-
SOD WXKS- 7-1-4-78 w!LN 0 bet
W! LN,WD,GG-Cold Duck- lzbridge,
gristmill, Mac's, Part on 'T', Part-
ridge Family w!RDJ-NN, NBGF
SN,JW-Mustangs, Carnival '77', 95
Old Conn Path, H20 skiing in ME,
Keep on Rockin' Me. Crusin' Go
rl! s.,"5 Q
9' ' N
' 'Q . ., O
9" . f .
mean R. All is wild at the zoo . . Renunite and Co. Mrs. Fiske, J's parties and ti
the lustful sisters
Chrlstlne Marne Chaplln
"Happlness us made, not
found," Memorlesi The
aquaduct, crlcket '77,
teeny bopper, snowstorm
""" '78, CBfchampagne and
goldflsh 11-78, prom '78,
'AHey mart, party ln B,"
Sandra Jeanne Charpentler
"Don't thunk too Ilttle of
what you have, and too
much of what you don't."
Memorues: Boston, sweaty
palms, teeth, the Cape, The
Prom, Smelly, toamy cadnl-
Iac, lemon extract, Next left,
detanls, Fred, tea, Barb,
Tollet paper, thunk posltlvely,
muffum, Sanklns, I love ntl,
Kenskrns, always close by . ,A
Donna Marne Churchlll
Paula Jean Chasse
"I wlsh I were .1 chllrl Hgdlll-'SRITTITQU knees are
easter to heal than broken hearts " Memorles'
November ?7, 1975 l E Xl Jr Prom, 746-
BNW Pumklns, Greenies 8. Games, Summer 78
DWB, 7's party, 4 30 AMF, GRlS, Summer at
Phnlnp David Chapnik
"Now that lt's done, I've
begun to see the reason
why I'm here." Memo-
ries: The Gang . . . Mr, M
and P.G, , . S.T,W. Clndy
Slzer Easy Day . . . Voy'
Llnda J. Chase
"If you love some-
one set hum tree,
If he comes back
he's yours, lf not
he never was."
Summer of 77, the
wall, Sharon, The
rowdle gang, the
. "Who lS that
man? WHS. . , Back-
stage . Saturday morn-
John R. Chase
"ln thls world there are no
strangers, only frlends that you
haven't met." Memorles: Synchro
Hstandlng O's. ,Caldors .Ground
Round , . the partues l , the lake
UTR47-X , 1 Summer 78. .yes Llnda
the umhuhs . . PIZZGZ . . Junlor
Prom . . DD, CA. GB. SC. KC. , ..
Fondest memorles of GF.
"l belleve ln everythlng,
Nothlng as sacred I belleve
ln Nothnng Everythlng IS
sacred," Memorles: HR.
673778, van, 9716778.
Martha, 97 and countlng,
FBD. HP.V.g l L. Judy F.E.
The Table, PS L. Waves
Worcester? How ya dolnl
Cut lt! All three lunches!
Summer 78, Bum drank a
case got feff faced! Oh ya!
V' 'T' N
u- 'A."Asxi,t'vh YN
- . ., .A . A
Eric Bruce Clapper
Patrlcla Ann Clark
t'We remember best what
we love most " Memorues:
T.N , , Softball Shavlng
Cream , Deep Sea Flshlng
A Rollerskatlng VVSIIJCGS
. . lst base T after work .
3rd room The lsland .
D.M.,.drlvlng, 1181 OT,
44-43 . 1140 , , A Nelce and
3 Nephew Sensor Week
Basketball . l-lopkunton
Eugenue H. Coakley
"No one knows what lt as
that he can do untll he
trlesf' Mernorresi The Gang
. , , 3rd perlod lunch , The
Red Sox T "Pluto" party
. "WRITE ME A NOTE!" , ,,
"We thank of schools
as places where youth
learns, but our schools al-
so need to learn" Mem-
orres' Saturday Nlght
Partles, Owen'-s Nose, My
party van, Dyan's knee
cap, Mac's. chefs course,
Brlans bug feet
Frederlck Alan Clymas
Paula Jean Clark
"The moment may only he
temporary, but the memory
lasts forever " Memorles "The
gang" Mt Monadnock soft'
'V' ball ta volleyball The Island
T , 3rd lunch the locker room
. C P R Canada '77
,lr Pudge 1231 Wallaces
John H, Cllnkscale
"Carry on our wayward
son, there'll be peace
when you are done, Lay
your weary head to rest,
don't ya cry no more "
Memorles' C,V,H, Mrs,
l-l's room, TR , Y.SH,
Phyllls Bonnle Tons, LC.
tBe a snobl, Ocean Fleld
Traps, WOOQIG 0 Deb S M.
I arn, Are you? Mernones Rlckalls, Llttle One flhlershey Klssesl, Dooble
Droobue, Kegs "78'f sheehy bashes, the fleld, "Hey Sheehy, AArrrghhhl!!"g
"Are you llt?"Q "l don't know, your such a fool CATBJ " memorlable tlmes
with you Amy and more ID the future "MUCH LATER!!!"
Ann Marne Comlsky
"Those who brlng sunshlne unto the llves of others
cannot keep It from themselves" Memorles' BSY'
state 3rd , cheerleadung , A T summer of 78'
memorues of J Q Fords Follles ,. PAB. and REEN,
Frlends I Love . , T Rude the Wlnd
Kathy A, Cohen
"Today IS tommorrow's meme
oryf' Memorles: JY ln TXg BC
ln CAL, Butt tlme, Bone actlon,
Tull, OJ + vodka: dr1nkYShut'up
and drlve! Best frlends anyone
could ask for! Party charger!
ti Our table, drlvln' crazy wfIVlX!
BUSCHH! "Duke," Check It out!
Robert E Comlsky
"No you can't always get what you want. but lf you
try sometime you just mlght fund you get what you
need " Memones Seger concert, halt brldge. bomb
scare, good tumes wlth good fnends. SD. Prldes
crosslng, The whlte cloud
Deena L. Conti
"Happiness is having something to do,
something to look forward to do, and
someone to love." Memories: Boston,
Banquets, Dancing. Going to the Red
Sox Game with M.G. and missing the bus
home, Sharing good times with great
"I exist as I am-that is enough" Mem
ories: New Hampshire, pink tissues, T.S.
S.W., P.B.L. What's up? Bellybuttons
Riunite, Attitash, right Lace? Brutus
RS., Okay ladies, football you bet, rah,
competition '78, MTB, B'days in the caf.,
smile 81 BT Melissa, D8tM's Grinks, all
"Memories of the treasured past and
the joy of lasting friendship" Mem-
ories: L.K.'s party, D.'s house, The
Mountains, C.B.'s car, A good laugh
, . .good times with the gang , . . hey
"Up in heaven there is no Beer so I think
I'll stay and drink it here." Memories:
My dodge: t'lt's tunes Aerosmith, Van
Hallin, many headaches. Gerber packy
Thomas G. Crabtree
, . In the deep heart of the night we let
Therese Catherine Cosby
"A friend is someone with whom you dare
to be yourself." Memories: Dopey, Fish,
you nimbo! K.G.'s locker, carrier of mono,
I don't get it, Tonto, Jean, Rita, Kelly,
Sweet Sixteen, '78 b-ball games, It's like,
M.D. tr bus trips, Tutor, Tutor, Quit com-
plaining L.D.,V.C. on the phone, Prof.T.,
Chem Labs, woh!
"Many times I've lied,
"l'm leavin' but my teachers still
have alot to learn." Memories:
The wall, Mr. G. "4ft. apart," '67
Grand Prix, Pete.
loose of everything to go running on the
backstreets, hiding on the backstreets
You swore we'd live forever, Taking it on
them backstreets together ,,.. " Mem-
ories: D.M.M. life's best times , . , SYPH,
Green Death, Razor-back summers,
original Little Farms gang, G.F.U., Sweet
Deborah Ann Crehan
"A friend is like gold-treasure it." Mem-
ories: Summer of '78, M.M., Water- what?
Why don't you guys go get some donutsl.
4:30 am., Griss, 'Mic', partying, DB.,
who's house?, 7:15 A,M.!, football games,
Thanksgiving, good times and good
friends, CC., heinekin, pumkins, color-
guard ir greenies football games, Thanks-
giving. good times and good friends
Many times I've listened,
Many times I've wondered
how much there is to know."
Janet A. Cronin
"lt was the best of times, It was the worst
of times." Memories: MrfM's, North
Dakota pokes, B,H., my spaghetti dinner,
cards 3rd period 3rd lunch, deep sea
fishing, notes, the gang, the farm.
John F, Cullunane
Culpaper, Woody, Ernue
Memorues: The table, the Keebler man,
JH, and hus toga, Rodent, starvatuon for
two months, SV wrestlung, Buddues.
Mac's or Kung's, '.u over, MUNCH OUT ,
"We luve, but a world has passed away
wuth the years that perushed to make us
men." Memorues e Summer of '78, lvlulters
Canaduans, Dusco S, Nantasket, Doobue
Brothers, "yes, we wull wun one!" U T N,
Louusa J, Cynamon
"Thus above alli to thune own self be
true" Memorues - The lunch table
and brudge, TT's luttle green notebook,
J + C are snobs, 2 man orchestra
CB., K + R on and off, volunteerung,
Nantasket 77 + 78, edutung sessuons
sulver eggs, labs, partues, Vud and JJ
greek! foofung, 6 30 swums, fruends!
"l know hard work never hurt anyone.
but l'm not takung any chances" Mem-
orues - SM, Dunkun Donuts, Sluppery
banana peel, brat, Muss L , llth per ma-
chunes class, G C, the box at the bank
'78, Senuorflfrosh dance, We Are Senuors,
11715778 Natuck Forever L C, the wall,
the cunema, Mobule statuon, late dups,
partues, Cox's army, buonuc mouth.
Lynn L, Dalton
"No goal us too hugh uf we clumb wuth care
and confudencef' Memorues - Vuckumouse,
punk lemonade, Beach Boys, basketball
games, Dorutos, Beaches, TC 's green
M + M's, Rookue, skuung, jelly beans,
Reecey, Sfyssucks, no kussy face KG,
l'sh tune, funny chun K59-440, my whlte
Vette, the scenuc route, Beach Baby .
"Maguc moments of the past, Sonuu-lufuw
seem to last and last " Menuorurrf, My
red monza, Cape Cod '77 .und '78, rruus-
ung, Herman's, Olrl Conn Path, "Wluo's
outsude!" last chance, the Mystery Vqun,
fruends and good tumes
Davud P, Cushung
"The frustratuon of guvung up a cherushed
hope us often less than that of repeated
fauluref' Memorues - Vang need ut love ut
want ut gotta have ut, M.L,'s green rug,
summer '78, 7!1Of78, FB D,, FU.
H.l,C.T., the table, the truck.
'69 Chevy, Bad-COM
OO Box Scaggs, Boston Nov, 6.
Nantasket Beach June 13,
on Beach 75 + 77 Ludo
Smutty's Cape '78, lmpy Eggs,
Blap un Cafe, 4th of July,
, Confluct at S + G
Bakes Blue Nova Crossun, For-
. Bagged at Chezzues
'Alf you ever get burnt, apply cold water,"
Memorlesi ps. "Beware of goalposts
and full court passes."
"We are only young once and that us all
socnety can stand." Memorles: The hut
.,.Doobses 78 , . , CYQ . . . Oceanography
fueldtrlps. . .Sunapee , . .N.H. , . .Sum-
mer 78 . . . Austria . . . The Caddy . . .
Skung . . . W,N,F ..,. R 81 C.
Joanne L, Duvnco
"The deepest defnnltuon of youth as lufe
as yet untouched by tragedy." Memorues:
Smntty's 78, The "Convenuent" mishap,
what?, goofung, chocolate mnlk, csn,
Johanna, flakeyard, BBBB, exams at D1's,
Nov. 1O, Surprlse!, knock knock, who's
where?, Where do you llve?- Oh not
"Frnendshup rs a rare guft that should
always be treasured," Memories: V.B.'s
for breakfast, WOOOE!, Vubes from the
wall, Fruday nughts at Macs, "Dokey",
chuckens and hens, 1722, "At Casual
Corner", Corrupted by EH., "Sheskn",
Baby Blue Nnkey's,
"To genuune friendship a rare expert-
ence of lute for we boldly go on llvung
off the rnches of each other and take
for granted the laughter we lnstnllf'
Memorues: Hey ya know!, "V" Club, 1
l X X
Peter C. Dorsey
"The road to success IS always
under constructuonf' Memorues:
'V' Cape, N.l-l,, Marne, Swntz, Sknng,
Get-Lut-Stay-Lnt, Flash Em, Caddy,
LTD, 5 and 5 as 10, 11-12, The
png, putman, The lockers, The
fneld, down back, the trestle,
vf SOCO, Sheehy Speclal, STB, DTB,
GS! Summer 78, Dead end, Datt1's
sons, Vnllage People, Buckys
"We are all warrlors In the battle
of lnfe, but some lead and others
follow." Memories: The Door-KD.,
Ruk's Flicks, Chase I 81 ll,
12731778, 12731777 over D.B,,
6730778-NC., Emass-Tourney 79,
party at Macs, punhead, Have
Laurne Ann Donlon
t'It's not the end, or even the be-
glnnnng of the end, but perhaps the
end of the begnnnungf' Memornes:
Bermuda 78, Skung, Shoom.
Shoom . . , CG, Aerosmlth Concert.
BR. 81 NL. at Ba1Iey's, rannlng un
the H. Inn, J.P's house, BB and
fruends, . .Smuth, "l'll tux you yet!".
Good txmes wlth good frnends!
Gary DUWTSKY Lawrence A. Dugan
wx ' -t H
- .. .
Memories: Smitty's . . Lews
. . The B
. . Hallow
ubaru . . Locals
een "78" . .
Sieger . . Good times at
N.Y. City Just like l
Heaters . . The blanket .
the Lina . . Grenich Village .
minus one G. Fish . . Copilot t
. . CYQ's,
"The rainbow is more beautiful than the
pot at the end of it, because the rainbow
is now and the pot never turns out to be
quite what I expected." Memories: J.C.,
prom 78, grades 9 84 10, Eastham, kinks,
Jethro, 7 81 7's, red cars, Babe, Frankie
need on pair shoe, Hampton Beach bum,
bumper skiing, That week at Falmouth,
Special times with good friends, and of
Doreen Mary Dunton
"Yesterday is but todays memory and
tomorrow is todays dream." Memories:
Ireland 76-pubs, ASIS-much love and
many memories, my Fiat. Daytona 78-
primo, concerts, the Cape, Friends,
youth, FF . . . Sudbury?, CYQ, Summer
of 78, What a trip, Molson Golden, Do
a Jiba, Ep . . ,
. Montreal 78,
Good Friends T.M., J,Z., MH., M.G,.
Marian . . Ohio . . Anna . , 300 push-ups
. . Denver '78.
with Laurie S . .
"Success is that place in the road where
preparation and opportunity meet. But
too few people recognize it because too
often it comes disguised as hard work."
Memories: Freshmen . . K.V. . . Good
times with C.B., S.K., L.C., D.M,, and
'Z.G. . .the prom. .Summer at S.Y. with
DM. . . pals . . Caryn, get the bi-carb!
June Mario Duggie
"Don't surround yourself with yourself "
Memories' Wayne Z Forever, Fek 8. Meek,
Barnstable, Pink Floycl 77, Jethro Tull
77g The two rugheads forever, wanna go
skating, "Rinks"?, Zanks party, Cruisin
in the Kagilac, Good Friends DM
SD., MF., KS
"You only live once so live life to the full
est." Memoriesi Cruisin' in the Dart,
Medieval Manor, C.S.N.Y., Skiing, Austria,
D.S., "The Suitcase", Rivers, party hut,
CYQ's, lacrosse. "Y" ,,.. Locals, O.F.T,'s,
Maine, Hi Ken to CC., Doobies, I'm outta
f-. Lisa Duress
"Forget about mistakes that you
X ff' can't change now, but don't for-
get the lessons that you've
learned." Memories: Good times
with '78, Montreal, Summers and
Cape Cod, Skiing, Sledding at S.S.,
"no you can't stay over", Christ-
mas party 77, blizzard "78".
Scott Dyan ,gg
"I never let education interfere with my
pleasure," Memories: party "79", con-
certs, Boscaggs, J-Geils, Foreigner,
Doobies, Queen, Boston, Original Little
Farms gang, Hey murry, Nantasket
Beach June 13, Cape Cod, Gristmill,
Fords Fall, C.Y.Q., The Truck.
lu' 'f'f 'ff
Paul Wulluam Efthum
"Nothung can brung you
peace but yourself,"
Duane M Eastman
Memorues' Saulung un '76
w7P H, Summer of '76,
Bang, Bang, Bang, Bang,
weekends un RI w7P S ,
RS, DA, HL, LR.,
GT, Wunters un MB 's
basement, summer of '77
Louusa Marne Eufrug
"Roads go ever on,
Over rock and un-
der tree, By caves
where never sun
has shone, By
streams that never
fund the sea. Roads
go ever on "Mem-
orues Party at
. JJ classes Is
cream luke green
PACERS . Sum'
mer shows Mr
S . . epucycles .
Sound of Musuc
"We should all fly hugh
and be freeburdsf' Mem-
orues' Concerts at CCC.
BS, yes 80, BC, P. Floyd
partlesl. P-town, S G put
w7RA,, PGK 13, Sum-
mers at Traulmare, N Y 's
eve wfo MA., The woods,
The moondust twuns, The
hull, Jerry, Moudy the bu,
O,I.B., puctures w7S.K. Su
Nan't Beach, Hampton,
Jams, bagged at chez-
Zues, l'm clean man, kegf
ger on my 18th, Nova 8.
Bad Co Cruzun, lmpy
eggs, C.Y,Q, caf blapp.
Hey '79 luve happy and
Wendy Lee Engel
"All of the answers you seek
can be found un the dreams
that you dream on the way."
Memorues Summer of 78 . .
Pelham Island . Calufornua
. Stranded storm of 78 wuth
VB., S N., AR , Punk Floyd
, . C S N
"Reach upward and outward, the
best of Iufe us yet to come," Mem-
ories: Ooh!Ooh! Look a beanl,
V.B. for breakfast-4521. Lookout
Belowl, Themes: Punk Panther. Odd
Couple, Get Smart. Salamu, BBG,
memorues, Senuor muschuef-Durty
puctures to Mo, Space Bubbles.
hens and chuckens, fun tumes wuth
Marcy E, Eyges
"ll you love somethung. set ut free If ut comes back, ut
us yours If ut doesnt ut never was " Memoruesi Sumf
num '78 "P Town" Iunue sherbert and chocolate
syrup the wrong Saturday nught L C S . "R.G..
vvull you tlruve me home7"
"The most useless day of all us one
un whuch we have not laughed."
Memorues: 5721778 yes SJ., Who
my babel, JOHANNA, BSB. un the
Aggue Mobule, B.B.B.B. 8 Poms
Goofun, No Buba No, W Sours
Montreal 77, S5 bet 8u Safaru 89
Exams at Du's, B. Scotch Band
BB. at Junuper, BAGGED, snow
storms, skuung accudents, SO.
16 at Lake C., Boof, J.L., Sled
dung, T.Z.'s home, W. Beach, Jr.
SD, on the wall, Nantucket, Nap
ples GPU., SPAZ.
"Tume sups by, before we even know ut's
past." Memorues1J P. .Freshman gym .
Floruca . . Caf wanderung eyes . Mrs.
B's Srcond best , . Stop complaunung ,
Leslie J. Feldhouse
"Yesterdays can't be recap-
tured, and the Future is still
unknown so live life now, and
thank God for memories!"
Memories: Ron . . Nantasket
"78" . . CYQ's . . FF . . E
HA. . Summer "77" . . Out-
side the B wing.
"Love makes the loneli-
ness go away." Memories:
"Smitty's "78", Jr. Skip
Day-on the wall, Pumpkin'
Stealing, Summer weeks
without authority, Cruisin'
Main St. Marlboro, Exams
at Di's-the Fridge, Where do
you live?,-Oh not muchl,
Yes! Bobby Joe, BBB.-
Pom's, Flake yard, knock
knock, who's there?, Ski-
Diane R. Fingold
"Love when you can, cry
when you have to, be
who you must that's a
part of the plan." Memo-
riesi Smitty's 78, 102-
Sleepin' in the Shower,
BSB. in the Aggiemobile-
goofin' exams and the
fridge, BBBB. and
Poms, Jr. SD. on the
wall, Pet N' Pooch, Yesl,
The B. Scotch Band, W.
Beach, BM. Summers
and the Cape.
"Age doesn't matter unless you're cheese." Mem-
ories: Promises Promises . . S.W. . .Jams at Jake's . .
Just tune it! . . Saturday mornings . . The Mach I
. . Ad baby! . . In the Mood . , F?ed's Blue . . Friday
"lt takes less time to do a thing
N right than to explain why you
i' E did it wrong " Memories' Skiing
1 Q, . . sponge . RR tracks . .
O.W.T.B . the water hole.
Lois A. Finlay
"I am not afraid of tomor-
row, for I have seen yes-
,gt terday, and l love today."
Memories: Montreal '77
A '78 . . Cafe Pompay . .
Medieval Manor , . The
Suitcase . . Marlboro-
Cruisin the Main. . NH . .
"Ahh, Freak Out" . . The
TSC . . CYQ's . . Cape
Cod July 4th 78.
Adam Victor Fiore
Lisa Ann Fitch
"I dream of tomorrow, but l
love now!" Memories: Smitty's
78, BSB and the Aggie Mobile,
Exams at Di's and the fridge,
B.B.B.B., Jr. SD on the wall,
summer, Muriel, kukkaface.
Yes!, Promsll, Little brothers,
Chocolate milk, Poms. Pumpkin
Stealing, Pet'n'Pooch, Cruisin'
Marlboro, Blap! Slime! Nold!
James Edward Fitzsimmons
Karen Anne Fitzgerald
"lt is only with the heart that one can see rightlyg what is essen- Fitzy
tial is invisible to the eye." Memories: F.T.l.F., no soap-radio,
l know these thingsl, Mmm disco!?, BBBB 8. Poms, summers in
Falmouth, all American boys, All Clear!
"Losing is not a failure unless you quit." Memories: H 81 R
673778, 9!16!78, The Table, H.P.V., F.B.D., Leisure Van, The
Cape, P.W.P.F.l., S.S., Partying ..., Gaffins?, The Buschman.
Summer '78, The Link Brokel, "Worcester!?", "That Bumper's
Hot Buzz, B.K. is better, E.H.'s friend S.P., "SPENT".
...r .1 1. , '
.1-ff" - 1
Nancy A. Friedman
"Life is to love what you have, while
you have it." Memories: Skiing-Sugar
bush, Vt., Cruisin' in the '69 Olds.
P.O.T.S. in the H. Inn, 6724777 Heine-
ken, BOG 'EM!, Hl NANCE!, Ms. Vir-
ginia, N,H. '78, Ogunquit, Me., Bagged
at the lb bridge. coolers w7M,L,, Fire X
Alarm, Gustol, Blizzard at Gio's
w!M.B.W. and N.M., FROG.
Kevin F. Flanagan
Memories: BOA-SB, gymnastics parties
at S.S.'s, The Van-winter 77, Sarcasm?
BBD. The death, snow football, putting
up with Elroy and Urso for four years, the
path, skiing and lofting in N.H., "Yes 78",
Roche-Bros., HWBBB, retorting, A 81 A
twice a day.
Ronald J. Flax
"Just remember that it's a grand illusion.
Deep inside we're all the same." Mem-
ories: MMM. Juicy-fruit . . Re-Bob Deluxe
. . Mr. Kropp's Conversations in the
Cat . . Bikin the Cape 77-78 . . 6 flat
tires in 3 days . . Algebra 2 with Mr. St.
Andre . . "P.S." . . Big D . . Queen-
11!13!78-R26-S7 . . Styx 3723778 , .
C.S. and Allen.
Regina May Foynes
"l pray for the enlightenment to make my
detachment loving, not cruel. Let it not
be a wall between us, but a bond of
mutual respect for one another's in-
dividuality." Memories: Good times,
friends. G.C.S., N.H. 76', Cape Cod, Para-
dise 78', May Day-Keep it simple, think,
listen, and learn.
Michael R. Frost
"You may think you have lost in life by
not accomplishing your Impossible
Dream, but if you live each day in search
of that Dream, haven't you really won?
For isn't winning, living each day to the
fullest?" Memories: Switzerland '78,
Feldschlosschen, skiing, cast parties,
J.H., and Toga, the fence, "Our Town."
"Just when you thought you had life's
puzzle all put together, someone hands
you another piece." Memories: 4161,
trespassing at J.P.'s, the chairlift, Aero-
smith concert, skinhead. do you believe
it?, memories of South, . . . Smith, Hey
N.N. 8i BR., Bermuda, shoom, shoom,
raving beauty?, guzzling, locked in Rt. 30
"Learn as though you'll live forever, live
today like you'll die tomorrow." Mem-
ories: S.M. forever EDCBUDJ-COCH. '78,
Bernardo Ubest friends", Griggy 84 N.F.
always, L.M.B.O. HELP!!! 81 Mac's in N.H.
'77, Rope tow at 'Bump', Boston-For-
eigner '78, Evong Agong, MB., J.Y.,
Lynda Ann Gaines
"Remember what never was, still is,
and has yet to be." Memories: Star
Island . . Volleyball 78 . . No,No, Nanette
. . LRY . . Patty . . lunchtable 77 . .
Ground Round . , cruising 78 . . Natick
gang . . conferences . . summer 78 . .
"They who cannot forgive others,
destroy the bridge over which
others must pass themselves: for
every person needs to be for-
given." Memories: Sophomore
year, Arizona, Rob, Daths, Driving
around on Saturday nights, G 81 G,
Wayland, ls he cute???, Getting
lost in Boston.
Margaret Mary Gerding
Memories: Little Farms . . Ramblin'
Rd. . . Early morning trains . . "Hey
man l'm on white card" . . Nutty Mood
. .Skunk Chasin' . . Cruisin' . . C.Y.Q. ..
"Today I feel as bright .is the sun, mayhe
someday I'll feel like a star " Memories
Zimll, If bridge out to lunch-h.igged
Norma . . KK. concert . , Mac's vega
. , "Wild and Crazy" .The Pits . H K.,
BS., Red Sox discoing home .lim
Dandy Cruisln , S GF. goofin
scorpian Bun Sharkbite F B
Michael K. Gerard
"I am bound to go to Heaven, for
I have already served my time in
Hell." Memories: Montreal, Stowe.
Florida, Summer 78, Yarders,
PCB's, Nature Rides, Snibbage,
Joker's Wild, flight 498.
James Bernard Joseph Gilgallon Il
"To lose a friend is the greatest
of all losses." Memories: The Door,
Gina K., Chefs with EH-DP, Tuna
Fish at 8 am. NO WAYI, l refuse
to get killed, July 4 in Woodstock,
I love a long parade, the swings,
Let's grow roots, Ed why is your
stomach all sticky?, A certain
"It is the unseen wind and not the lofty sail that moves the
passing ship." Memories: Dick, Gup, Stick, Pride, 15-50,
Jacuzzi?, Gems, P.B.S.S.
J.irTICs Paul Ciiriiliriria-
"An honest hrew makes its own frirrrirl ,
Memories Summer '18 The Capr-
Doohies BOC and Husah The Spur,-
mohlle C Y Qfs O F T 's The Alley
. B wings . Toga Huff on's much
later F N H S - Do A Bone
"May you build a ladder to the sky
and climb on every rung, And may
you stay forever young." Mem-
ories: Marguerite Conchita Alber-
queta in a taxi, honey.-8th grade,
"family", Nov, '86, CG., 81O's
garanimals, tootsie pop, the
"Some things are different, some
the same. Some turn over, some
don't change. Time and Music all
forgive and the best of friends a
spirit lives." Memories: 3112 North-
South games . . No Show stats
student . . sneaking yodels in the
library , . labs for Mr. DiProfio . .
Digzif. .TotempoIe. .Jewish nuns.
"You only live once."
Memories: Great times with C.S.,
Sept 30 , . Hockey . . Card games
. . Summer of 78.
Karen Marie Gogliormella
"A smile is the greatest
present you can give to any-
one," Memories: Marshalls
and G.B. . . my "74" blue
Hornet X . . "I was dying".
"Open the window" . .
"Operation 78' '..' 'Tenpin"
. . Laughing till l cry . . Ka2
. . waterskiing . . thanks for
all the good times O.B.
Kathleen Marie Glynn
"You only get out of life
what you give." Mem-
ories: 8th grade . .
"family" , .South . .New
Year's '77 . . Winnie . .
C.S. . The Streak . .
Garanimal land . . halos
. . leftovers . . McDonalds
. . The Musketeers-M.G.,
J.O., VP., and me!
. . Those overpowering
sweaters . . driveway
talks. . F.S.B. . .The Ogre
. . dreams, Switzerland,
Tues. And Fri. Nites!
Matthew S. Goldman
"When one door closes, another
opens, but we often look so long
and so regretfully upon the closed
door that we do not see the on
which has opened for us," Mem-
ories: Moot! . . Gomez' honest
deals. . Rush . . Yes .. Armada"'The
Cynthia Dawn Goddard
"Today is all the time I
have. Nobody can keep
me from using it well.
If I make this a good day,
tomorrow can be bet-
ter." Memories: The
Green Martian . . Maine. .
We never made it . , the
Cape 5712-13778 . .
Schlitz . , Blizzard of 78
. . Carter Dr. . . good
times with good friends
Cheryl M. Goldberg
"My mind is painted with
fond memories of days gone
by: dreams will paint the
canvas of my future." Mem-
ories: B'days in caf. . . stuck
on Mt. C. . . skiing? . . last
chance . .the red light caper
. . football games 81 C.G.
practices . . ringing down-
town . . sekriterial tascs . .
"sorry" . . MacDonald's . .
good times with special
"So long ago and
so far away, but
my dream lives for
The corner . . Jr.
Skip day , . J.D. . ..
Smitty's . . New
York City just like
I pictured it . .
. . . yarders . .
T.Y.M .... P.C.B
"Dead" . . skiing
. . . lnterlaker
"You forget about the losses, you
exagerate the wins, and when you
stop to let them know you've got
it down it's just another town along
the road." Memories: THE DOOR!
. . l.L.V.P. . . Summer '78 . . Cape
Time. . J. Browne 78. . the tough-
Professor" . . So-Co and Amaretto
. . Foxboro track . . Miami K-con-
vention '78. . Out to lunch . . week-
F end party
Robin G. Goodstadt
"A moment to think, a lifetime to achieve." Memories:
Dave . . Summers 77,78 . . Nantasket Beach . . G.S.
, , "ReaIly7' '..' 'Supercharger' '..' 'Redzo's" . . G.E.
.,EPl'S . . "BM, I owe you one!" . . L.C.S. . . "M.E.,
l'll drive home"
est wimp I know . . Mac's . .
Andrew E. Goodwin
"Good-bye Framingham, Hello Daytona" Memories:
Free wheelin' in the dirt . . where's my books Von
Juan . . Mrs. C 8. the Gang. .so much for the hornet ..
nice mous tang . , Alan 81 MSG . . Tull beats Boston . .
First airplane solo . . the plane crashed . . too much
beer . . put your shoes on Little Sue . . munchies at
- . ..."-ut
,X , g . '
Jane A. Gould
"My eyes are turned toward
the future but I will not for-
get the times I leave be-
Montana G.N.D. '77, Cali-
fornia, summers in N.H..
canoe trips, CP., C.Y.Q..
T.S.C., concerts, Boston, the
suitcase, m+m's, E.L., com-
mander's field trips, ample
snib, JD. 78, good times
"O cares of man, how much of
everything is futile." Memories-
WUPH , . , All good people , .
Mr, M. and PC. . . ELP, . .Yes
"Who is that man?' '.,, Thanks
K.L .... STW 77 . . . backstage
. . . Saturday mornings . . . Col-
gate . . . mostly, HS.
with good friends
Debra Jayne Greenfield
"To achieve all that is
possible we must attempt
the impossible. To be as
much as we can we must
dream of being more."
with good friends, P.l.,
"she's not there," the
gang, I got it, SN.,
cruisin' with V.B., "that
hurt", summer of 77878,
W,J.D., crazy driver with
"So it's only castles made
of sand, melting into the sea.
Eventually." -Jimi Hendrix
Beefheart, Jean Luc-Powty,
Moosehead Lake '77, Race
Point, Dunes, And good
times. "Knot the coolest
Jill M. Greenwald
"lt is life as with a play-it matters not how long the ac-
tion is spun out, but how good the acting is," -Seneca
Memories-lnchworm, Mary at Clearview,Wue and
chocolate chip ice cream, Tup Tim walks with Sarah.
the N.G.'s, good for a few more, acshawn
Robin Beth Grinker
"The Ivy grows on, Even after
its roots have been trans-
planted. And like the Ivy, I
will grow too." Memories-OQ,
SW, GF,PBL, it's been real, D+
M's coop, stuck on MTC,
stopped on MT Bridge, B-days in
"Smile and the world smiles with you, cry and you cry
alone." Memories-Going to the North End with Deena
and P,O., The Last Chance, dances, good times with
good friends, studies, D,O., J.L., J.M., party, senior
cotillion with M.O., summer of 78 in New York.
the cafe, Macs, pumpkins '78,
bellybuttons, almost embar-
rassed SB., sorry! C.G., sum-
mer of '77, all clear . . .
Michelle Louise Guertin
"We do not remember days, we remember moments."
Memories- Wayne 9!14!76- Good things come in
small packages- All those CYQ's- Mrs. E's classes-
summer of 77, Sax beach- Chester- field buddies-
Dancing- fond memories of T.A., M.K,, J.V., SM., and
James P. Hanlon
"As long as the days last. IGVS SWG
ut all, we got." Memorles: Baseball . .
BA. St DP. passung out . , Toga at
l3uck's . . Weekends . Weekdays . .
McDonald's . . Gaffnn's? . . Poker
games PARTIES . . Kevnn Doherty
"Gray skles wall turn Into scarlet
Karen E. Gunther
"However rare true love may be, l1lS stall
less rare than true frlendshrpf' Mem-
ornes: Snow Whlte . . my twnn snster S.T.
. . l'sh ftne . . an egg won't break . .
peaches, pears, and lemons . . coffee laps
,lm so confused . . Sandra Dee. .V.C.,
really . . no klssyeface L.D. . them . .
prof. T. . . lots of wear and tear . . T.C.'s
green M8tM's . . Ogre
"lt's been such a long fume, l thunk l
should be gonnf And tnme doesn't walt
for me, ut keeps on rollun '." Memorues:
J. Gaels . . E.W.F. . . C.Y.Q. . Ford's Folly
..Orum Corps. . Mann St. . ,M.M. . .Ed-
mando Express . . Purple Kangaroos
Paul Andrew Harris
"Leaves are falllng around lt's
tlme I was on my way. Thanks to
you l'm much obllged. For such a
pleasant stay, but now nts tume
for me to go. The autumn moon
lnghts my way . . nt's tume to
ramble on." Memorues: Memorues
of KD. . . Montreal 77. T.L. 110
84 222. . Snow . . ELP,O.S.,Trlp to
Lvsa J. Guyotte
"Yesterday us a memory, Tomorrow IS a
dream. Only today rs real. Luve lt." Mem-
ornes: 10128178 . . Parklng lots . . Allbls
. . curfew . . TGIF fLAAJ . . Headllghts . .
Babysuttrng . . 12123178 . . Heart and
chann . . the OUCH . . the Boat
Merle M. Hanfllng
"The same leaves over and over agaun!
They fall from glvung shade above to
make one texture of faded brown . . . and
. . . before the leaves can mount again
. . . they must go down past thlngs com-
lng up . . . they must be pierced by flowers
and put beneath the feet of dancung
flowers . .
"Gave Mr. Kropp many a grey
halrf' Memorles: Marne . . Gnels
. . Canaduans . . Summer '78 . .
Surpruse! . . G.F.U. , . Half Bridge
, . Dazed and confused . . 5113178
. . nntense moments
V' - 1
Kenneth R. Harber
"Good luck to all my fruends, wnth
the show that never ends." Mem-
orues: Swltzerland . . the hut . .
Smltty's '78 . . Doobles . . C.Y.Q. ..
commander fueld trnps . . the cot-
tage . . "Pack that Wagon" . . J.
Gells at the Colnseurn , . many a
party . .THINK SNOW . . R+C ..
Paul R. Henell
"I wonder if we have really grown to
the point where the size of a house in
which a person lives will have little
interest to his neighbors, but what he
contributes in mind and character to
the community will bring him respect
if ,XX X K 1'
' I ff" A
Lisa Marie Hegarty
"Happy are those who dream dreams
and are ready to pay the price to make
them come true." Memories: Nantasket
'78 . . Paul. .Sunday Afternoons . .Cape
Cod '77 . . E.H.A. , . C.Y.Q.S. . . J.D. . .
Lisa M. Herson
"Never live in fear of the future, for what
lies ahead will be bright" Memories:
Penn on the Rocks!!! Penn, CC, NH . .
Oh, Kevin, I'm so glad I found you!! . .
Stairway to Heaven . . 2-8-77 I survived!!!
FriendIy's RC, DM . . 4189, 4104, 115105
Edh, lh . .Thanks friends, I made it Mom!!!
"The mind can only absorb as much as
the seat can endure." Memories: HR.
6f3!78 . . the table . , H.P.V. . . Summer
'78 . . F.B.D., R-Bomb, W.A.S,B. . . Unit 5
with J.G. and D.P. . . I refuse to eat tuna-
fish at 8 am . . the Cape . . partying . .
the Buschman . . I just can't judge the
floor. . M.C. is better than BK. . .wonder
how NAG. got mono?
Douglas Arthur Herrick
"For long you live and high you fly and
smiles you give and tears you'II cry and
all you touch and all you see is all your
life will ever be." Memories: Sarcasm? . .
Deathmobile . .the Path. .the Van . .Yes
'77 84 '78 . . Retorting . . BBB . . Acing
"Then must you speak of one that
loved not wisely, but too well"
Patricia Marie Henning
"I look to the sea, reflections in the
waves spark my memory, some
happy, some sad, I think of child-
hood friends and the dreams we
had." Memories: Timmy-5f22!77
. . Varnums. .05 . . Pelham Island
. . Pits-5!12!78, 11!11!78. .the
girls . . Mr. Dunne . . Mrs. Bent . .
the Boys . . Prom '78 . . Foreigner-
11!26!78. .Summer of 77 and 78
. . the Van . . rotate
Thomas J. Hnne
"Every year us gettung
shorter, never seem to fund
the tnme, plans that euther
came to naught or half a
page of scrubbled Innes."
Memories - Sarcasm? . . .
the Van. . .the Path . . .yes
'77-'78 , . . retortlng . . .the
green death , . . Roche
Brothers . . . John, Stu, Ed.
"The language of friendship IS not
words but meanlngf' Memorles -
, Montreal, Junnor sknp day, C.Y.Q.,
Scarborough Farr, the "Kagnolac"
and the green bug.
"The person who
gets ahead IS the
one who does
more than ns nec-
essary, and keeps
on donngltf' Mem-
orles - Hockey,
Cape '78, yes '78
Buc's 245, D.G.'s
floor, the notch,
the table, helmet.
RV., Grove St.,
payload, J.H. toga,
"Try to realize lt's all
wnthln yourself and no
one else can make you
change. Memorues -
ELO., Italy '77, Queen,
the Moody blues, Sum-
mers at the graveyards,
"Tuesday afternoon was 'ttf 7
so the best," "Do the plc- 5. f
. z, Q
Deborah L. Holland
"I learned rny lesson well.
you can't please everybody
so you have to please your-
self." Memories A The rlght
decusuon?? FNH . . W.A. . ..
FNH, Vlllage People, a
crowd?, JMCT, summer of
'78, MeI's, Party '77, W.A.
"How wonderful at us, to thunk and
feel and to have a fruend who thunks
and feels un the same way." Mem-
ornes f 771778, "can I ask you a
questlon?" Fruday nlghts. exact
change, almost ln New York . , .
Summer of '77 . . . ME. . . lv . ..
Murrors . . . Boston, bah, bah, bah,
"Gummue a bullet," always and
forever . . . Mlchael , . 9729778
"Always be sincere whether you mean it or
not." Memories - Italy '77, Paragon Park '77,
Prom '78, Jordan Marsh, Pacella US, Jagoda,
Sept. '77-June '78,
Memorles- Graphuc Arts
Jacquellne Anne Janson
"The secret of llfe IS enjoy-
lng the passage of tame"
Memories- J,Y,, ln TX, BC, an
Cal., my JONATHON, Bone
Actlon, sand trap, Butt tlme,
Bushhh, Tull, out of the tub
Marcy, our table, Tango.
Southboro, falllng ln love.
"The Duke", Arew, cluckl
Chrls Mlchael Jasurek
Ronald J. lnstasl
Roger B. Jagoda
Memorles- S B, . Cape Cod '77 . the summer workshop . . , the Soz and
Mom When all else falls, remember that the true mysterlousness of the
Unlverse Iles ln the vlslble not the lnvuslble, Une chose de beaute' est une
lone eternelle . . , Tous ce qu: brllle n'est pas d108 . . . rnercl beaucoup
madame , Glngerecolored hlppopotamls,
"Nothlng of value can be learned an school, man lS manmadel
nonconformlty IS superlorltyg no one shares your concept of
realltyg to conquer death you only have to duep the unlverse
exlsts only ln the minds of lt's lnhabltantsg and remember
what the doorknob sand: Feed your head.
"You galn strength, cour-
age and confldence by
every experlence ln
whlch you really stop and
look fear rlght an the face,
You are able to say to
yourself, "I llved through
thus horror I can take
the next thlng that comes
along . . You must do
the thang you thunk you
cannot do." Memorles-
Sprat, South Hugh fresh-
man year wlth C S,
KB. + H.L., "Nanu
Beverly Jeanne Jasset
URIVQVS belong where they can
ramble, Eagles belong where
they can fly, l've got to be
where my splnt can run free.
Got to flnd my corner of the
sky," Memorlesf The rock, 111.
Maine, y-Camp, Mrs B's
"For long as you live and high as you fly
and smiles you'll give and tears you'll
cry, And all you touch and all you see is
, 1-,Q gk all your life will ever be." Memories- JB.,
, Y gf? 3 wild and crazy gals, Juan Marco, Lola,
A , The little road, Smitty's 78, trip to Loon,
Cal, Fla., cruisin in the rat, trip to Har-
J., N' ,
Patricia Mary Joyce
"Perhaps the best thing about the future
is that it comes only one day at a time."
Memories- Crystal , . , friends whom I
love, PO, the Cape, Labor Day weekend,
Um . . . Daytona '78, It's Fridayl, 223,
plants, PAB, Been, Fleetwood , . . Mol-
son, Incidently it's over.
Jill Michelle Kagno
"It isn't wrong to love yourself. . . ln
fact, It's the logical place to start." Qv'
Memories- Bermuda 78, pushing LH's ...ls
Vw, Staying at L.H.'s, when ma left,
summer at R.H., Pink Floyd, The Ka-
gallac, studys! Rushing S.D. home,
STAN, procedure dept. at F.S., Vet-
erans Day '78, Lights out whatta bum-
mer! Allright!! "79" CAMARO.
Phillip Chares Kaplan
"See things are possible to him who be-
Martin C. Keith
"Let Dreams Be Not Your Master" Mem-
ories- My little red wagon, the kool car.
Moody Blues, ELO, Yes, working, York
Steak House, The Chase, Catching Re-
"What we are trying to do is find a way to
release the truth that lies in all of us."
Memories- The end is near, but the mem-
ories are here: Grateful Dead, Pink Floyd,
Danne' 75-78+, mountain Dew 4575,
DGR, Molson Ale, :Judy Blue Eyes, Fri-
Julia L. Junkala
"You are a child of the universe, no less
than the trees and the stars," Memories-
little green notebook . . . Boskone '78,
spaced-out walls, elevators, Frank Her-
bert CAnnegret, why didn't you tell melj,
Bambi vs. Godzilla . . . Fusball 3am . . .
DIBOL cram-thank God for Paul!
Robert S. Keilty
"But through it all, when there was
doubt, I ate it up and spit it out, I grew
tall, through it all and did it my way."
Memories- The Cape . . . Macs '... Ricks'
Flicks . . . C. lights . . . The corner . . .
Hoop: Chaulkboardg Terry, '78?3 tournly
Links , . . The ladder . . . No Names... 12
. . . Atlantic . . . Nerf . . . The Door.
-1 s -r
ss ,I t'
.2 " f 'I
'wif 'C' 3' 'E Q
Joanne C. Kalin
"Smiles are free and easy to give"
Memories- Greetings! Here we go-
hold on! Spanish and Bio. with
Toby. Pregunto una pregunta.
"Peep" Squad- "Kill 'em Spart-
ans!" lt's a sub, Vacate the premis-
es! The same old lunch- TGIF,
Species of Bescies, Sandra Dee,
Squatting Terro, PJ. Farewell!
Danlel Mark Kent
Leboe's Van, Ll,
ples, the pannter,
"Alas alas for the human rare alas for
the Knngs at separatnon" Memoruesf
Paultx Elleen Kelley
"Dream on l.1st chlld hec.1use.1s you wand
on down the rotld headed on tx one way
street the tradewunds of tume wull help you
make It to the golden mule " Memorles-
Detour, 'AA half", Kung and Queen,
"Should we buy one?" 3-D movles.
"Summer of 78" Bottleshop, C A B S
Barbara Elleen Kennedy
"If you can rmagune ut, you can achleve
It-If you can dream lt, you can become
at." Memories- Tonto 81 Tnger Luly A A , Red
Bandanas A Bonnue 81 Clyde A A A Trees-
Bars A A A B Ball games A, Bubble Gum A
Excuse me, tune A , A Lady In Black A
Chuckue's Angels .Tony's Beer, Fush-
es on Leashes A A A KKK D warts l A
he knows ut all, It
trees " Memonesf An
lJ.1rl,l I lfr-lly
Mary Theresa Kenney
"There are no strangers only frnends we
haven't met" Memoraes- "A half" How
could I lose a FP? Dear Betsey, Sum-
mer of '78 "Volkswagen does It again!"
"Class full of Zombles' The Royal Lunch,
Concerts and CC, Excuse me June and
other fond moments, Polar and non-
polar, Moon PaIaceA Dud I fall asleep?
Chemlstry? ohfThe Champ! Mlleage
Gary J Klavans
"When the tldes of llfe upset you, when
the currents upset your boat, don't waste
your tears on what might have been, A
get on your back and float" Memoruese
NovA 41, '77, parftay, Ph-Q., TANUC
Armada, bwang, Summer tome, surrender
'78, J BA, TB, SS, Boston, Mlk, Mrs
Amettl, Space Ace, QP., Mac does
Brlan Paul Krlhrudge
"Ideas are luke stars, you wnll not
succeed In touchung them wlth
your hands But llke the sufferlng
man on the desert of waters, you
choose them as your guudes, and
following them you wlll reach your
destnnyf' Memonesf Voted most
mulntary, M Jand Jose dorng the
round table, Druvlng for 400, The
"ln the world ye shall
have tribulation: But be
of good cheer, l have
overcome the world."
July 4th, all night par-
ties, concerts, Seger?
Half bridge, Vega, Buck-
eys, studies, Summer 78,
Bomb scare, the ceme-
tary, The Van
Randi Debra Kongieser
"Friendship is a word, the
very sight of which in life
makes the heart warm."
Memories: Florida, Bliz-
zard of '78. Good times
with good friends, skiing,
'73 Olds, we never made
it, concerts, Schlitz,
Hong Chow, Linda's l.D.,
the Cape, 5712-13778.
Good times with '78, of
RS. no talkingl, mem-
Toni Marie Kopas
"Everything must have an
end, like an ocean to a
shore, like a river to a
stream, it's the famous final
scene." Memories: "Sum-
mer 78" 25r nite, party at
Spirits, beils! Montreal '77,
no talkingl, CTF's, wild and
crazy nights with the Harley
Frederick A. Kurtz
"The world is full of wonderful
things,-but nothing is more won-
derful than man." Memories: Hit
the sud? , . half bridge , , Floyd,
Todd at the paradise, Seger . .
righthanded . . the York Dorks and
the bomb scare . , R.M, CB.M.J "the
land" . . nosebreaker, 1-O vs.
Wellesley . . 115-2
David William Kwiatkowski
"To work in the service of life and the living, in
search ofthe answers to questions unknown, to
be part ot the movement and part of the grow-
ing, part of the beginning to understand " Mem'
ories: Gloucester . Plays . . Summer shows
3rd lunch Chemistry J N, biology
thing in life is this
to be able at any
moment to sacri-
fice what we are
for what we could
spent with M.W,,
D.E., SW., RB.,
AS. . . Last year's
loonies and Uncle
CB. . . clones . A
the E.C. group . . Robin Anne
Lem Ator per. 7 ,. Rgb
New Hampshire .. "lf doegnk tak'
May '78 happy, it's
dolls , . Doy
south . ,
Sabine Yvonne Kowal
"We'll call them the "Good
Old Days" because we
weren't good, we weren't
old-and we were talking
about the nights." Mem-
ories: Jr. Workday spent bur-
ied in leaves, Bye Guys,
cruisin', First Lady, Ba-
i I I
"Life is very short and
there's no time for fussing
and fighting my friend."
Memories: Beatles ,... Junk
box . . . Paragon Park . . .
ELO . . . Arnad Rashad . . .
Hazie . . . Prom , . . Summer
'78 is great.
Katherine Helen Lambert
Memories: Rose petals
...Pargon Park. , . S.B.
.. .Cape Cod in the sum-
mer , . . Parties with
friends . . . Ben . . , any
two sides of a triangle are
"They say i'm crazy but i
have a good time." Mem-
ories: Woodstock, Cos-
mic, Hampton, N.H. '78,
summer of the bong, K.
St., Marian fthe kids not
the schooly, Man cannot
Elizabeth Anne Lacey
"No day is over if it makes a
memory." Memoriesi Stuck on
M.T.C., N.H. with friends. all
clear, DB., Attitash right Coop,
Priscilla, Maiorettes, Bay State,
Last Chance, States, Us three,
Jon Paul Lawrence
"As I leave Framingham
North High School, I will
not forget the good 81 bad
times I have had. North High
is the best school in New
together greater than the
third! . . . waking.
live by party alone-there
must be rock 'n roll too!
Do you like to take a yo-
yo for a ride? . . . see ya
ladda . . .
"I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday, and I love today."
Memories: good times with PH., P.O.T.S. at the H. Inn, Bog 'em, goofin,
f.l.w., cruisin' in the '69 Olds, lots of Q-tips, reeb and f.f's, hullo, bagged again!
orange soda?? What is h.w,? A clear, full coolers with N.F., 6!24f77,
Clare F. Leary
"Off I go . . . to be who I am do-
ing things I want to do. Alive
and growing, secure in knowing
nothing can stop me now."
Memories: Crazy times with
M.S., CG., JB., B.M., D.H.,
Bg, Re L, "I can't stand the
rain," IT,C.-H., "Still crazy after
all these years"-MS.
Alan Glen Lebovirz Eugene I- Lee
Al Lebeau Gene
"l've seen sunny days that I thought would never end, "You can't always get what you want, but if you try,
l've seen lonely times when I could not find a friend. sometimes, you just might find, you get what you
We Seen fire and me Seen rainy" James Taylor need." Memories: The main event, Vt., Glades, Tull,
Half Bridge, Yes, summer of '78, DF. all night par-
"Live for today, for yester-
day was only a memory and
tomorrow is only a dream."
Memories: "Lennie" FH.-
77-78, Jez . . . good friends
...M.D., scoring a goal . ..
4330, bad refs. . . we blew it
again, capitano, Mutt and
Jeff, eyes of Texas, sun-
flower seeds, chefs . . . John
Lennon's sister, V.C. and the
Robert B, Lemmon
Memories: Wrestling 1,
2,3,4. . .No More Jimmy
K , , . 4 years of Blapping
...cruisin' to Boston . ..
Lots of bashes . , . going
out with J.D .... Junior
Michael Bennett LeMoine
"Becoming is superior to
being." Memories: Sum-
mer of '78 . , . Party at
Mac's . . . Pumpkin '78
, . . EPC football follies
. . . Ricks flicks, Hold the
Prom . . . F.Y.R.M., "If
lifes a bowl of cherries,
what am l doing in the
graveyard, Where's Vicki?
Mayo! DMD, mitoma,
N.T.F.S.W.E., l.L.N.M .... ,
Half Bridge, tennis
courts .... give me a
break! The Door!
Scott E. Leon
"Whatever be gained today,
the reach of tomorrow is
more." Memories: The table
. . . summer of '78, Cape,
Yes, Cochituate . . . Bikin'
in B.B, . . easy day. . . the
Notch . . , "and ah ya"
Jacqueline B. Lepage
"lf you love something set it free,
if it comes back to you its yours, if
it doesn't it never was" Memories:
Period 3 studies, red firebirds,
Chet's class with G.K. alias Skip,
Mrs. E., Irlsh stew and Greek salad,
crepes and peanutbutter, Mr. D..
strange parties and what not, Jill
of course, but most of all Ralph.
"Leaving, wondering what will happen to me. Saying
goodbye, but not forever Changing but never forget-
ting what was I'm keeping a special place in my heart for
these memories, and the friends l've made this year."
Memories DGB, Its alright.
"All you touch and
all you see, is all
your life will ever
be. RF." Memor-
ies: The Island,
Wheelers, the cig-a-
butt tree, D.G.R.,
B. Feast, Darlene,
good times with
friends, tunas, the
log, Dave, NE.
Fury lll, Yes '77,
"You don't have to be nice to those
you meet on the way up. so long as
you don't plan on coming back
down." Memories: Being, just in
Ann Miriam Linet
"lt is only with the heart that one can see rightly: what is
essential is invisible to the eye." Memories: Morning
shivers, the can freak, themes: Pink Panther, Odd Couple.
Get Smartg Senior mischief, dirty pictures to M.O. Ooh!
Ooh! The boxer, Jr. Variety Show, the pit, beards and
Burt. skiing! Cape Cod. Excuse me?
Charles B, Long
"Sport begets tumutuous strife and
wrath begets fierce quarrels and war to
the death." Memories: Football follies
...12-O , . , Walpole . . , Edgell Rd , ..
Central St ,.,, the rock , . , Gorills . . .
M.C,C, . . What's aT.B. . .
'Tv' sv' V
Thomas E. Loughrie
Stefan Alan Lubin
"The time is gone the song is over.
thought I'd something more to say."
Memories: The stang, Gaffins?. The
, I-.,7ff,?., 4
ca ' ,1Jf'f?1i?2"
if N 1
4 f,. ,J
Richard John Lynch
"The only certain happiness in life is liv-
ing for others." Memories: The door,
Squam Lake, KD., the dog, Hold the
Mayo, The Doobies Bros, D.T. Beating
Wellesly 1-O, soccer, Pumpkin '78, the
Erich Scott Mackenzie
"Nothing Ventured Nothing Gained Ev-
erything is Relative." Memories: Para-
gon 78 . , . Mr. McDermott's Tests . . .
Cafeteria Foodf?D . . .
Katharine K. Lott
"We've built a castle in the air, now Iet's
put a foundation under it." Memories Z's
in the bonnie', NO TALKINGII, Texas '78,
Hampton, Treeland Teenage Wasteland,
SSSS ..,, Troubles'75-'79,outtolunchl
John Steven Lubets
"Life is only what you make it, so make
with everything." Memories: "Let's go
out to Macs and munch out' '... Cutting
class . . . card games , . . ILL. . . South
Dick's office . . . J.R.! . . . SALT. . . Stef
. . . the table . . . the Caf .... Patti , . .
What ever you do Mr. Kropp, Don't call
Sarah Whiting MacDonald
"What ever women do they must do twice
as well as men to be thought half as good.
Luckily, this is not difficult."
Karen Anne Luz
. . and if our hands should meet
in another dream we shall build
another tower in the sky." Mem-
ories: Little acorns and butterum
Iifesavers-Vectors are RED-the
SOUND OF MUSIC cast party-Mill-
wood-the DAM-"Party at Phis's!"-
Morgiels acrobatic coffee-Trosky
clambakes-HSP and Hello Dolly-
whipped cream and green m8im's-
Montreal '78-Where's my clone?
Jill Susan Manning
"Keep on smiling, people will
wonder what you've been up
to!" Memories: McDonalds
french fries, Zoology, "But
Beth!" Senior year. . .Chefs
with Joe. , , Jackie L., Good
friends, "How Embaras-
sing!" Rallies. . . North over
South, Per, 3 studies, "What
lunch do you have!" The
Gang . . . "Nobody expects
the Spanish Inquisition!"
Howard N Markson
"Have faith, and go far,
or have no faith and go
"My interest is in
cause I am going to
spend the rest of
my life there."
Memories: BB? 81
T ,,,. F.D. 8t Cape,
Franconia W. Skie
ing. . 4 Tarbell , ,.
Yes "78' '... The
Table, OUT TO
Deborah Ann Margeson
"Make every yesterday a memory
of happiness and every tomorrow a
vision of hope." Memories: Sum-
mers ot '77 81 '78 , . , "And who
doesn't?" , , . RC .... Driving
... 1110 , . . California . A . Con-
certo . . , "Hey Braden . . . Blue Tor
. , .wfb. . .memories of '78s , .,
Good times with friends.
"No goal is too high if we climb with care and
confidence " Memories' Weekends at the O.C.,
H C H , the dam, making up excuses, ultimate
frisbee on the common, concession stand?,
Have you done your homework?
LUNCH , , .And Ah-
"People who think they
know everything are para
ticularly annoying to
those of us who do,"
Lawrence C. Manning
"lt's not the size of the play-
er in the game, but the size
of the game in the player,"
Memories: Party at Mac's
. , .Cape Time '78 at Gus' ..
O-16-1 . , . Hitler .,.' 'The
Door' '... Ricks FLicks , , ,
Half-Bridge m1713778 . ..
Lee Marvin , . , Dube 8. . .
t'Adventures end, Adventures
begin" Memories: Lacrosse, chip,
summer with AFS, Students, Stu-
dent Government Day, Spring. AT,
George Fredrick Martin
"Living life is easy, but living it right is a chal
lengef' Memories: Smitty's, D.Q., the "Y" . .
Good times, Locals, Lew's problem, Rhino Hunt
ing, Times with Seward, Pilot to Copilot.
Lena Marie Mastrogianis
"Long you live, high you fly,
smiles you'lI give, and tears
you'll cry, all you touch and
all you see is all your life
will ever be." Memories:
Summer of '78 . . . friz . . .
Dream On.. . M9 . . , Cruis-
in' in the Buick . . . Red light
. . . Firecrackers . . . Jethro
Tull '78 . . . clickin' in , , .
Vermont , , . Arrowhead . . .
"Stairway to Heaven" . . .
Hockey . . . l.L.S.O. for'
ever . . ,
Nancy Lee McDonald
"Yesterday is but today's
memory, Tomorrow is to-
day's dream." Memories:
Beach Bum, F.L.W., skiing,
BOG 'EM!, C.G. rallies,
games, GOOFlN'! Dec. 18,
'77-?, Good times with S.F.,
Mitomal, Cruisin' in the '69
Olds, Hullo, Everlasting
P.C.'s, 3191, HI NANCEI,
Mmmm Disco!?, 25 Honks,
McDonahue!, Blizzard at
Like a true nature's
child We were born, born
to be wild We can climb
so high, never gonna
die, Born to be wild , .
Memories: S., D, and R.,
Max-Ray the deadly wea-
pong Michael-Dean and
the Munchkin, 18 at last.
cruissn with the Wild ano
Crazies, Rick and Mike at
the beach, Summer 78,
kicking down the door, all
"l've been afraid of changing cause l've built my life around you. But time ,gi
makes me bolder, even children get older and I'm getting older too." Memor-
is: Wee Wee Montreal and the chemi burger. Getting my hair cut and cut and
cut. Summer of 78. The cape. "D" "Bones" Hemenway. Treeland and for-
ever of Dean. Aoes!!
Karen Jean Matthews
"Take each day as il comes, and
live life to its fullest." Memories:
Summer of '76, Ka-1, M and J,
the Wildcat, cruisin' in Rock-
port, St. Pat's, H-125, Dancin',
Illusions, friends: K.G., R.K,,
GR., L.P., S.D., GC., MG. and
P,M.3 Water skiing in NH. with
"lf you'd have a mind at
peace, a heart that can-
not harden, go find a door
that opens wide upon a
lovely garden." Mem-
oriesi Summer of 78,
AFS, Bus trlp 313, New
Zealand, Jilski, MB, GG,
PR, Hampton Beach Par-
ties, Steno class: Nan-
tasket in May, Up with
People, Friday and Satur-
day nights in Waltham.
Victoria McDevitt 6: ,435
"The moment may be tempor-
ary, but the memory lasts for-
ever." Memories: Summer of
78!Cape Cod!PIRDfbagged at
the halfbridgefcruisin' in the
Buickfclickin In!Get Down!!
pajamasf3 flat tires!Minnie
!Mystery Manfdisco with
nanas!Wanna go to NH?!The
Joan L. McGrath
"Forget the past, work for the present, and the future
will fall into place." Memories: Steve Martin-he's one
wild and crazy guy! Gloucester Sunsets, Fleetwood
Mac-Don't stop thinkin about tomorrow. lt'll soon be
'ierel "If I could save time in a bottle, I sure wouldn't
wanna save this place in it!" 77
"lf I were God, l wouldn't
let the sun go down at
night 'till everyone was
treated right." Mark
Twain "There are two
ways of spreading: to be
the candle or the Mirror
that reflects it." Mem-
ories: Skiing, finally mak-
ing friends, learning to be
me, passing math for
once, softgall, VOLLEY-
Scott J. McManus
"I live for my dreams and
a pocket full of gold."
Memories: The gang-flying
away on R. t. airlines on
Flight 815 awt. - Nantucket-
Scott C. McManus
"That happy man
is a man forgetful
of all the torturing
ills around him."
455, Down back,
Cape, NH and ME,
Down cellar, Put-
nam, Summer of
78, the Keg family,
the field, 9711778
crash, BA., bash
at Sheehy's, Tres-
tle, Caddy, SO-
Specials, GFU, Get
lit Stay lit, STB.
escaping Mr. K.
Susan B. Mead
"A good heart is the sun and the moon, for it shines bright and never
changes, but keeps its course truly." Memories: Switzerland, St.
Pat's, Maiorettes . . . J.L., K.H., last chance, N.H. with friends,
Mystic Tobin Bridge, Priscilla, Points North . . . X . . . G.B.'s party,
McDonald's, B-days in the caf, Pumpkins, Lassoo, T.N's word, the
Martha A. McGrath
. . Laughing, because
you never thought any-
thing could be so much
fun." Memories: Mon-
treal '77, Cape Cod '78,
Cruisin in the Nova.
Those party weekends!
Hey babs. ED,DR. MPH,
Party, OLD, BK, Wally.
Doobies, CYQ's, skiing,
frosties, Party Hut. 4
zombies in a V2 hour?
Diane Marie McNabb
"It is difficult to go through
life without one of the five
senses, but is more difficult
without a sense of humor.
Laughter is SUPERB
Bobby J. forever, EEK 81
MEEK, freshman year,
Barnstable, Pink Floyd 77,
Seger 78, the ocean, Wanna
go skating Rinks? Frankie
need 1 pair of shoe.
elle Dyan Mellone
Christopher C. McMahon
"Winners never quit, quit-
ters never win." Memories:
22 . . . Slirner , . . Kelt's
Lights . . . Rick's Flicks . . .
EMass Tourney . . . Hingham
Tournament . . .The Yota 20
of2 . . . Atlantic . . . Nerf
Corner . . . ladder. , . K.D.
"We are free to go where we wish and to be what we are." Memories:
Times with Merf, Lese, and Roger, Summer of 78 s, Breadfast with A
Moose-friendlys, Wrestling matches FTR, the White Cloud, Stealing
Muffin's car, 3 tickets, Summer of 75 C, The truck, H. Inn. C.,
James D. Mercurio
Memoriest Parties at the Pits, and ev'
erywhere else, crulsin' the Main St
May '77, Ford's Follies parties and losin'
the Statues on the backroads, doin' over 41
buck in Ron's pickup.
Dru Ann Miller
"Now that it's over: l'll see you the next
time: Remember the future is yours."
Memories: 3rd annual BYB, the toy, D.B.,
Outdoor Jams, LH, Mr. K, B, RM, R, Field
Keg Parties. Z's in the bonnie, Treeland
Summers Daybreak on the Mt., Next
"Two roads diverge in a wood, and I-I
took the one less traveled by, and that
has made all the difference." Mem-
ories: Bouquets of roses, thirty four
bags of leaves, There's a duplex! Good
times at W.S.C.
Mark A. Moore
"Look around and choose your ground
for long you live and high you fly." Mem-
ories: ELP, trip to Loon, cruisin in the Rat,
CYQ, Seger, Florida with Hub, Near Place.
Pump Horse, Austria, the trolley rides,
too many dots.
Linda Jeanette Morris
"I cannot do everything but I can do
i , something. What l can do I ought to do
f 'L JI , ' and what I ought to by the grace of God
3 I will do!" Memories: Thanks Sr . . . Jr
Llbran . . . Metco . . . and God!
Robin lee Mlchelsori
"They .irc free who lrnir not to iff, tr, tlirg
end of their thoughts " Moinorir-', Mf'fJfj-
vil manor-D.A. escape f, Y Q Ifrl'f, get
snigill!-Nzmtasket-Out to liirir.li-Starsky
and Hutch'A G Purple K.nig.iroo7!'lifgIit
is Enough!'F F -E H. Nursing Home De-
Janis R Miller
"Give him a smile that is like light, And
bless him with eyes, large and wide, With
which to see every flower, animal and
bird, And a heart with which to feel all the
sights." Memories: Our favorite French
class, "Fly high with USY", Hebrew with
a Chinese accent, FANTASTIC.
Laurie Anne Morgan
"For that which is boundless in you
abldes in the mansion of the sky, whose
door is the morning mist, and whose win-
dows are the songs and the silences of
the night." Memories: Smeg, Points
North, party at Phil's, coffee at Karen's,
12 gallons per mile, gravity, Grandma's,
Bagel Nosh, road trips, who's mad . . ., a
new leaf, SBD, Zayre, a clone's sister?
running on fumes.
Susan W. Mooncai
Memories: "Hey' '.,. Gertrude Glo-
pin , . . B.P.L. . . Hoofing . . . "ln
the Mood' '... Godspell . . . King
Kong? . . . flowers in her hair . . .
Radcliff Models . . . potato freak
...clever . . . chic . . . K.T's animal
people . . . F.B. Sweatshop . . . T.G's
car . . . Busom Buddies , . . Sum-
mers in D.C. . . Per-r-r-fect!
Elaine D. Murphy
"Just you 'n me simple and
free" Memories- The green
martian , . . Summer of '76,
July 31st . . . good times with
friends, I'm Herman Mun-
ster . . . STILL THE ONE...
Denise A. Natoli
Karyn Lynne Moudy
"Into my hearts treasury
I slipped a coin that time
cannot take nor a thief
purloin - oh, better than
that minting or a gold-
crowned King is the safe-
kept memory of a lovely
times, good friends.
Linda M. Murray
"I am not afraid of tomorrow for l have seen yester-
day and love today." Rich 77-79, Hummarock 78.
"SUNSHINE" Prom 78, Saturday nights, LeMans, R.B.
l'II always love ya. Cruisin in the challenger. 6-13-78,
Sha Boom, Riunite Rosato, DC, JT TAke care and be
good!! The future is not a gift, it's an achievement.
Jo-Anne R. Murray
"My high school
days may have
have ended, but
the memories are
Duck Pond, Great
Times at the Cape.
"Dreams are from the
heart, Let my dreaming
days never part." Mem-
Memories- Great memor-
ies of . . the Cape . .
Hampton . . K street . .
going out to lunch . .
passes . . blizzard of 78
. . pasino polada . . S.J.
fair . . Bike riding - what
a joke . . Burlington, Ver-
mont , . Good times with
Stacey Anne Nathan
"If you smile at me I will under-
stand, 'Cause that is something
everyone does in the same Ian-
guage-." Memories- Spacey. Flor-
ida 77, Bermuda 78, I can't stand
the rain. What black rabbit? The
gang. Rush hour. I got it. D.G.,
G.F.U. The brows are up. Put on?
Stranded w!v.b. Plan B-MS.?
Ellen T. Murphy
"I dance in place, and paint
my face, and act like I belon
here. Memories- Primates:
Soup de Jour: Bean Town,
Utopiag Marian, K. street:
Sharon Rose Nicoli
"With the power of soul, anything is possible, with
power of you, anything that you want to do." Memor-
ies- D-girls room, cruisin with Rosy in his shovel,
Zappa '77-'78, Nobsotians Rule! all the good times I've
had and shared.
John Patrick Niland
"An acquaintance is a per-
son we know well enough to
borrow from but not well
enough to lend to," Mem-
ories- North over South
778178 . . . Demo 77...
gills 78 . . . Sunoco Oct. 30,
78. . . Braintree 77, Foul tip
. . . American Legion, Ban-
quet. 77, Miller . . . Lowell,
Winter of 76, Armory . . .
Timothy J. Norton
"The greatest use of life
is to spend it for some-
thing that will outlast it,"
Memories-It won't start,
stay off the cobra, C.C. +
Conv. 78, Cruising in the
truck, use 400 cubes, I
got your Santa, Gum on
my what?, The lsland,
The Cottage, Camden,
ME, Friendly's, Wo . . .
WO. . .S.M.'s wavelength 3
and fondest memories of
Ronald J, O'Laughlin
,sf . .
Abbey E. Oliner
"Four years go by very fast,
And now the end has come
at last. Goodbye Guidance! Q"
Goodbye all! I won't be here ,x
next fall!" Memories- Dr. F.
Rebecca S. Olson
"Try the handle of the road, feeling different, feeling strange, this could never
be arranged, as the light fades from the scene, from the famous final scene."
Memories- Green Martian, Hampton, NH, 78, z's in the Bonnie, no talking!
Treeland, Pudge ..., Summer of 78, The Cape, ssss ..., Eureka! SEGER.
Memories trip to Loon, C.Y.Q s, the
rat, Juniper Hill, The Near place.
Bowie, Casey's, Boneheads, Hitler
Laurie Marie Nordquist
"Don't take life too seriously,
you will never get out of it
alive!" Memories-Go Nuts?
771-4778 The Bet LN w!GG
8i BCWXWD Class of 76, F.R.
Both B.C.S. fBen-Brenj BD's
party, CG., Rallies, Games,
skiing, Beach Boys, McDona-
Who? Cold Duck, Blizzard 78,
Saddle Hill, 85 on Old Conn, BS
of Ben's car, Carnival lst date,
Alessandra Kim Nunley
"Today is the tomorrow
you worried about yester-
at the half bridge: Cruisin
in the Buick: 3 flat tires,
Class of 76, spaghetti din- ..
nerg BOSTONg Clickin ing
Get downlg Mustang, M
Gino's3 SYBYSOB, other
good times with DC, SA,
LH, GR, LD, CD, SC, BL.
George Robert Olivieri
"Maybe we'Il meet in Florida
someday . . . l'll never forget
this place! Hola Senora Foley!
Como te vas?"
Mary Jill Olszewski
"That it never will come again is what makes life so sweet." Memories-
Clouds and sunsets, summertime memories, the gang-VP, MG, KG, MAC's
CG, MB 8 Dokey vibes from the wall, Miss L, 2 milks, SBGB, Horseneck
Beach, Zinc oxide, flipflopstand t, sun live love laugh hipbones, redheads
have more fun. Remember the good times and we'lI always be together.
William C, Osgood
"l know there's more than
meets the eye, Like to see it
before I die for sure. Some-
thing tells me it's all right,
Only one step farther to the
door. There ain't no feelin',
feels the same as finding out
the key. Now l'm reeIln',
f .nh .
Zig' ' ..
"The whole point to life
is to maximize your emo-
tional income." Memor-
ies- Trip to Loon, July 4th
at Bonehead's in NH.,
Sleep Driver, Switzerland,
Shrooms, Aerosmith, The
"When things go wrong,
as they usually will, and
your daily seems all up-
hill, when you try to smile
but only cry, You really
feel like you'd like to quit,
Don't run to me." Mem-
ories- Sworn to fun, loyal
to none, caf studies,
thinking of the things l might
see." Memories- Summer
vacations, Hitler, Dumpit,
Parties, Muchelob, Molson,
The Door, Drip Method,
Pumpkins, The Bus Stop,
6A.M. practices, Win one
game, The golf course, Buzz,
Jeffrey N Paige
"The secret to life is to look and not
touch unless no one else is watch-
ing. Simple and eloquent." Mem-
ories- Cherry Lounge, Vt., DN, The
slam Hot Summers and lots of
snow, the parkroom, D.A,C.Y.Q..
Kagalak. Spirits, Hugh times with
Laura Elizabeth Panella
"One of the precious feelings in my
life is to know that whenever you
need love or comfort, there is al-
ways someone there who you be-
lieve in to call on." Memories- Sum-
mer of 77, freshman year, High
Grace! B,O.D.S., Greenies, Nov. 6
1978, Wait up!
t'Once a King always a King,
but once a Knight is not
enough." Memories-The Hut
, . . WalIy's Convertable,
W,N.F. . . All nighters, The
plenty O' packs, S,O.F.A.M.
. , The Frog Mobile, Bub's
house, Hiking to CC., J,
Giel's . , . Doobies . . . B.O.
C.D.D.T.W.I.D.E. , . JlBA'S,
W.T ..,, Two packs with A L
I.L.Y.M,M. . . Hit the village.
Deborah May Paquette Pascal Jean Pariset
Deb "Rock 'n Roll, girls and we're one great party and a sure way to get
"As l look back on life one of my most constant and powerful things l your kscksf' Memories- Queen, ELO, Styx, Saturday nights downtown,
have experienced within myself IS the desire to become more than I life in the U.S.A.
am at the moment "Memories Gopher, No soap radio, All clear, Foot-
ball you bet tsoccerj, Competition 78, OK ladies, Pumpkin stealing, '2
bridge, ha h.i ha ha, the bird, Hey Boy.
Vera Ann Parrish
Michael A. Patelis
"Like a kite, Torn from its string, Light-
"The real art of conversation is not
ly the soul of my youth, has taken
only to say the right thing at the
right place, but to leave unsaid the
flight." Memories- "Sugar," 8th
wrong thing at the tempting mo-
grade, deli-land, "Dreams," my three
dearest friends, April 14th, summer of
78 and love .... lt's been real.
Allan R. Penn
"We can't do everything at once, but
we can do something at once." Mem-
ories: Hours at P.C.'s, Hey we're being
chased, Got a deck of cards, Bick-
John E. Paull
"Why do today what you can put
off until tomorrow."
William M. Plaxco
"The history of all hitherto society
is a class struggle." Memories:
Frank Zappa Si The Mothers, Switz-
Vail 2, Montreal, Purple Haze-75',
"Let the Good Times Rolls."
"A good listener is not only popular anywhere but after a while
he knows something." Memories: Parties at Buck's, Cruising
with friends, Jim's toga 81 Dave's house, Me. 8. BA., Out cold,
"Darrell . . good times at Sudbury Valley.
Beth Ann Pavia
"Love comes from the most un-
expected places, alone again l
search a street of unrelated
Lee Ann Polner
"Loneliness is a pow'r that we
possess to give and take away for-
ever." Memories: The Hill, The
coronet, C101, PGK13, The Little
D., Pictures w!S.K. and P.P., The
Rowdies, Holliston 617, Yes, Pits
w!C.B. and K.W., Lunch at the
Lake with double stuffs and pepsi-
lights, Gnomes, D210, Bong HT's,
Much! . . . Later!
V -I fx.,
Donna Marie Pisello
"lt was the best time, it was the
worst time, it was a party to last
forever." Memories: D210 . . Mr.
D. . . Challenger-V.T .... Wicked
nums . . . Beach Boys. . .Summer
of "78" . . . The boys. . .The girls
. . . Pelham Island . . . Pits . . .
11!11!78 . . . Caddy . . . Newton
. . . Variety Show . . . Senior . . .
Raincheck. . . Rotate. . . 1.2.3 . . .
Dock . . . Gene's Van.
John D. Powers
"I ain't got nothing but it
don't bother me. I know
l'm going somewhere."
Memories: 2-20-78, Line
da. Summer of '78, CSN.
ILL, Drive-ins NP., MP.
Elyse Ann Ranart
"You don't have to
be nice to people
on the way up, as
long as you're not
planning on com-
ing down." Mem-
. . Pandora . ,
freak . . "what
mean?" . . money
. . PW. in N.H. ..
warmers . . God-
spell . . artistic . .
spices . . FB.
Sweat Shop. .TG's
car. .Marilyn Mon-
roe . . Bosom bud-
dies . , summers in
Lisa Ann Prader
"Understand the past,
learn its lessons, and then
let it go," Memories-
Montreal 77, Boston, M
the Cape, summer of 78.
disco, snowmobiles, NH.,
the suitcase, Cape Cod,
Donna Marie Quinn
"Men fear thought as they
fear nothing else on earth-
more than ruin, more than
78, 104 shotsfGoodnight
4718778 GM S5 bet,
Tango, by appt. only?! Prif
vate bashes- Humarock
Montreal 77, Yes: lot on W,
St. with KS.. Mal-tals! I
love snow! . . . Safari 89,
Moody Blues, I-lurdling with
Linda Lee Reed
Memories-the Hill, Hiram Rd w7DE, HL, DB, DA, MB,
TB, DB Rl I,?.3,4 with PS., HL., DA, D E.,
G T ,T C , S S ,summer of 76, bang, bang, bang, notes
s of 78 with P S warm summer nights with MS.,
pvt talks with H C CFM many years the round with
new friends M Bfs basement wflframpton,
David Raphaelian Gully Raviv
"Every individual has a place in the "The problem is not that many
world and is important, in some re- people can see you, but that few
spect, whether he chooses to be come in touch with you who really
so or not." are."
J.W., Deb's House, J.
Geils, DGP. and
C.Y.Q,'s, senior year, T.
Spirits, Florida, concerts.
O.F,T., good times with
John P. Quinn
Ford's Follies, 4th of July,
Cape Cod, many concerts
. . . good times with good
friends, skiing, Stowe, labs,
Gregory C. Reichert
Memories-Driving with Mach I and the 68 GT, driving
with M.G. to Florida, then missing the flight back, sum-
mer of 78 nn N.H. Maine, Cape. The parties in the
neighborhood, Joker's Wild, the trestle.
"l'm as free as a bnrd now,
and thus blrd you'Il never
:ng Bonehead. Puttsburg or
bust, 774778, North Wood-
stock NH., 11-5-2, Runnung
to Wayland, Callahan's Bash,
Sheey's Bash, EZ, WIDERS
let the good tlmes roll, Com-
usky's drnvnng, school, schnzo-
phrenla, Florence Italy, soa
Januce Ann Roberts
"lf you love somethung
you must set It free, If
ut comes back to you lt's
yours forever If It
doesn't, It was never
mer of78 the moun-
"Luke a tree, l'll due at the
BB., the table, the
Notch, 427 and AHYA.
Gregory Scott Robldoux
'tThe tame has come to be
gone. lt's tume to ramble
on," Memorles-July 4, New
Hampshure at Bonehead's.
snowstorm, Aerosmuth, Blaze
er, the van,
talnf"Party c Weekends
that's cool" ,, The Hap'
py Opera Sanger , ,
Beach , , l'm so confus-
ed ..Je2, ,"Hey man.
what's up?' '... good
tnmes wuth good friends
Wanda Marne Roberts
"To those who I leave behundi The one who stmply slts and wants
for good to come along aun't worth the breath that one would
take to tell htm he us wrong "One can't recelve a dnploma lake
they recenve money from a fanryf' lt's not that easy," Memorles-
"gnveen," Boomer, remember Ma
Seth David Rosenoff
"The best preacher IS the heart,
The best teacher as tame, The
best book IS the World, The
best frlend IS 'God " Memornes.
4, Prlscllla, 10728778 Col.
leen's, Joe and co, the stands
Cundeef 11816, PAW wlth J B,
Reunvte, JD Jean, Lynn' eyeg'
'Nlsa, "someday "
Jeffrey Thomas Robldoux
"Watch out when you clumb the
hull of Iufe, you don't fall off the
other sude " lVlemorues-Swut-
Zerland, Marne, sknng, the 'Z',
,.B.S. .. Macs
Never gave up your dreams, for dreams are what realf
:ty IS bullt upon A person wuthout dreams us a person
wnthout realutyf' Memorles-Anngrlttes llttle green
book, Paragon 77, Nantasket 78, lunch table, hearts.
brldge, KSQR on and off, Bao, Chem, Physlcs labs,
Roto's demo, Snlver Egg Phantom, geek, foofnng
"In the decisive moment and in the
decisive place you must prove the
stronger you must be victorious."
Memories: Wrong turns . , . Andover
, . . lgot Goldbrich?
Elaine K, Russell
"Tomorrow may rain, so today l'll
follow the sun." Memories: The gang
. . . parties . , , Frie-ndly's . . . spa-
ghetti supper at J.C.'s . . , Mr. K's gym
classes . , . M8tM's.
' 7 7
"I get by with a little help from my
friends." Memories: Florida 77,
teenage wasteland, Bermuda 78,
I can't stand the rain, Montreal
78, Aces, S. World, Misty Blue, Out
to lunch , . ., Soup de jour, mon-
Marianne Irene Santos
"For every friend a smile, for every
smile a friend." Memories: Crew
sleepover, 3 pt. turns, Pom poms,
football games, wrong hands, JT..
Richard Brian Schafer
"The mark of an immature man is that he
dies nobly for a cause while the mark of a
mature man is that he lives humbly for
one." Memories: A dancing mother and
Mr. D,P on Mrs. G's parade, choke after
"I never think of the future. It
comes soon enough,"
1 f 3' f'
Bruce Alan Schecter
"lt is difficult to be useful and un-
happy at the same time."
"Whether or not it is clear to you, no
doubt the universe is unfolding as it
should." Memories: The little green note-
book . . . Learning DIBOL in one night-
thanks Paul!!! . , , Boshone '78 . , .Bambi
vs. Godzilla . , . Fusball 3AM . . . Geeh!
, . , Getting vidded , . , The green banana
Deborah Ann Santoro
"I close my eyes, only for a mo-
ment and the moment's gone."
Memories: Saturday nights, party-
ing, hangovers, partying, football
games, partying, Mrs, H's art class,
partying, DF., partying, Daz Dee,
Li, Lori, Deb, Max, Rob, A.J.G. Ill,
Eb, Billy, Mr. Gowey and least of
Laura Ellen Schneuder
"What us essentlal as nnvusuble to the
eyes." Memoruest A lot of good tumes with
specml fruends the sweet 16's . fud-
dllng, furst neg, U S Y . . . four months In
"The less you are bored with lnfe, the less
lukely you wall be a bore to those around
you." Memories: Cape-78 . . . Don't Start
...Lee Marvln . . . KeIt's Ilghts . . . Burnt
Offerlngs . . . Canaduans . . . Racks Fllcks
. . . Mr. S .... Where dtd you get that one?
. . Door.
"If you thunk your lute us complete con-
fusnon 'cause your neughbor's got at
made, lust remember that It ts a grand
Illusion, and deep nnslde we are all the
same." Memorues: . . , Oh! Canada ..
Cape tume . . . Macs . . . swlm team . ..
the door . . . K,E.A.
"Dare to be happy: don't shy away.
Reach out and capture the joy of today."
Memornes: Top Cat . . . Stonebrudge , . ,
Aug 13 . . . J.G .... Prom tlmes . . . Ice
...Comp '78 . . . hey boy. . . cheerlead-
ing . . scorpuan . . . dusconng home . , , skat-
ing wJ . . .
Sheryl Lynne Sulver
"Fruendshlp IS a comlng together of
hearts an exchange of joy." Memorues:
O.Q., S.W., T.S., P,B.L,, What's up? Cruls-
un In the '69 Olds, punk tussues, Caldors . ..
McDonalds, pumpknns, half-brldge, sum-
mer of '77 In Callforma, Beach Boys-
Boston-Yes-Doobies, "B"-days an the
"If you're going .nrounrl Ifl mrfles, rrmybr:
lt's because y0u're f.lJfIIl'lH loo many ror-
ners " Memorues SLUIIY, Steven
771 1777, The Puts, I 1711778 Varnums,
C-5, the gurls, the Van, Pelham Island, the
Nova, rny tree 978, the Carla, Surrlmrrr of
78, Your Iunnness, CY Q, D - Glrls, Ro-
tate, Duck, Mary, BP, Purchase, Foretgne
Mlchael J. Sheehy
"One more for the road." Memories:
Home bashes, down back, dead end, Me
81 P.C. 4 A.M., Socomanua, Keggers '78,
Cape, Summer '78, Trestle, Cellar, Get
Lnt, Marne, Putnam, Sheehy Specuals,
bareback, concerts, the nenghborhood,
the fueld, STB, DTB, GSI, Ho Jo's, the
lockers, Pattrs Sons, Vullage People. and
"As ruches grow, care follows, and a
thurst, for more and more." Memoruesi SD
84 the Fort' J.S.D.-summer weekends, The
Morrles- Independently wealthy- Marne
78- Hungham- All them snow storms- par-
Deborah J. Sherman
"Know ThyseIf" Memories: Cruls-
nng Adventures, Van Show Party,
Bus traps for track meets, Buzz and
has duck, KM's 18th burthday, Aug-
ust '78, NY retreat.
David Norman Smith
Lisa M. Sinisalo
Robert E. Skloff
"Success comes from one who works
hard at succeeding." Memories: Cape
time-3:00 a.m. chase, "Gus" Kelt's
lights, Party at Mac's, Jackson Browne,
Pumpkin '78 "hey ya butt"-Deserae?
Mitome, Maro-CP Fishing with Guido,
'74 Chevy Camaro, Sat. night chase,
"Just don't start" K.D.
Katherine Joan Slattery
We should all be concerned about the
future, because we will have to spend the
rest of our lives there." Memories: Bo-
gem! WhooWhoo!, cruising in the '69
Olds, 6124177-Hieneken, orange soda at
M.L.'s A.C. and A.A, New Years '78 at
N.F.'s C whathappened7! 25 honks W!
NM, C.B.Z. WINF Fire alarm, spaced
again, my license? Night at l-l.C.
Kathy Ann Smith
"Life is a sort of splendor" Mem-
ories: BBBB . . Yes: Lost on W.St.
W!dQ . , Mashpee '78 . , Sleep-
walking?? PM at the casino , , tea-
kettle and exams at Di's . . Safari
Neal Robert Smookler
"Storm the master-marathon. l'll fly
through, By flash and thunder V fire and
l'll survive, then l'll defy the laws of na-
ture and come out alive!" Memories:
Nov. 13-flcc- R2C-S6 . . . Bucky Beaver
. . , SNF . . . Queen mmm . . . Juicy fruit
. . . ANATO . . . l'm so confused . . .fever
...Red Sox Games C1013 , . . DP. . , . Big
David F. Smith
Evelyn M. Smith
"The times we've shared were
great, but the times to come will be
even greater." Memories: Jay,
7!22!77. Bessy, BC. J.Y., JC.,
M.W., J.J., K.C. Our table, Summer
of 77 Southboro, "dike," Drive-ln,
engaged, parties, soaps, Cape,
Great weekends, falling in love,
bone action, all our love Evie and
Michael F, Smith
"Always it must be faced-out the door,
through the dark tunnel and into the
bright arena." Memories: N.H, July 4th at
Bonehead's . . The van . . Aerosmith , ,
snowstorms . , Summer '78 , . Geils . .
The cemetary . . Studies
Marcia B. Snyder
"Live, love and do your own thing." Mem-
ories: "nutsy", Bermuda '78, I can't
stand the rain, Hey-turn on the lights!
cruising "The Gang", Good Bike ride
Deb, Huhl, ls the car here? J.W., V.B.,
where am l? partying with C.L. 84 K.C.
Andrew St. George
"Live fast, die young, and leave a good
looking corpse." Memories: Cruisin
with Reme. . Hendrix, Zappa,
D.A.L.Y.Q. The Cape Maine, Day trips,
Murray, Norma little engowa, eat a
bag, the mudshark, pigs and donkeys
. . Alice Cooper yeaaah, suzy cream-
cheese loves potatoheaded Bobby
"This above all: to thine own self be true,
And it must follow as the night the day,
thou canst not then be false to any man."
Memories: Christmas, cold greeniesg Mt.
Fuji, cast parties, letters,
Janet A. Speranza
"What we keep in memory is ours un-
changed forever." Memories: Friends I
love . . Skinch , , sledding at S.S.'s-J's
B bash-1 goldfish-allnighters-I am are
you ?4TAFT-the suitcase-R and C-Par-
ty hut-cruisin the main-Pizza-Hi-Lo
-concerts wedding in N.H.-cookie-
Key West '78-Cape July 4th '78-CYO
"The moment may be temporary, but the
Johathan David Sol
"Many times I've been alone, many times
I've cried, but anyway you'lI never know
the many ways I've tried." Memoriesi Mc-
Donalds . . , Summer '78, wicked good
. . . Illusion . . , ILAC , , 457ABV . .Cape
Cod with BK, . . Prom '78 , . . Cut it .,
All three lunches . . . Tango. Salt . . . A
"There is a time in every man's education
when he arrives at the conviction that en-
vy is ignorance: that imitation is suicide
. , . who so would be a man, must be a
nonconformistf'-R.W. Emerson "So it
goes."-K. Vonnegut Jr.
Matthew L. Stone
"To thine own self be true." Memorie
x s i
"No love, no friendship can ever
cross our path without effecting
us in some way forever." Mem-
ories: X-mas party at the Tara, Feb.
skiing vacations, 6!24!77,
P.O.T.S. at the H. lnn, debaniche
and scoot radish, blue letters, ls
that really orange soda? Good
times with '78 S.K. always
memory is forever, you never realize how
good a memory is until you try to forget
it." Memoriest All my friends . . . J.J. . .
Jordan Marsh . . . Junior Prom . . Cape
CodfWaIden Pond . . . Brighton . . Dee's
fried spaghetti . . the green bomb . . . all
the fun lovin' times with Bobby
Susan M. Storlazzi
"Trust, like the soul, never returns, once
it is gone." Memories: '70 Camaro,
Marshfield, the station, Las Vegas par-
ties at my house-sledding. Zake C. '77,
BBBB-1. Talking teakettle, exams at Di's,
Safari'89 GFU, Molsen . . Good times with
'78, Hong Chow, Sudbury Pumpkins, cold
duck, the Cape, Always good times with
Playing musical guidance counselor, Mrs.
Faherty's door, Wade's quotes, Rota's
bleeding heart, Terry's poetry test Mrs.
Grant CWho got thrown out of the library
toolj Math league team questions, JCL
catapult, "Peter" at the party, Big Mac's
A.P. physics, playing chauffeur.
"I like work, It fascnnates me, I
look at it for hours."
Sherrie R. Tafuri
that worried us so?" Memories:
my twin sister KG, , . SHAKA , .
3l3SLS . . STATES. , . Northerns.
. . Eggs don't break , , T,C's green
m8im's . . p.m,'s all nighters . .
burgers . . Usch
to the yesterdays
Douglas James Swindell
"What a long strange trip it's been'
Memories' The muffin man, crusin in a
rat, Montreal '77, Loon Mt. snowstorms
A trip to Harbors, Boo 81 T.A., AB, itll
F,D.C., 6th floor . . . KP.
William B. Tarlin
"He had to see them as individuals. It was
an injustice to them to do otherwise . , .
Don McGregor To soar unfettered, to
grok in fullness, to be one with the uni-
verse, you must know self, and remember
kids: Conformity is the bane of self , . .
B, Tarlin Qu'est-ce-que fague?"
Suzanne D. Terrio
"We called them the "Good old days" be-
cause we weren't good, we weren't old
and we talked about the night." MEMOR-
IES: my friends, The Cape, the Doobies,
Montreal '77, G.F.U., Summer '78, BK.
did it! I really arn quitting, S-ball, B-ball.
"For long you live and high you fly,
smiles you give and tears you'Il
cry. All you touch and all you see,
is all your life will ever be." Mem-
oriesi J.V.D., C.Y.Q's, Farm Stand,
Dath's, GGG, Grismill, Maine '78,
MR. "Wanna Dwagf'
Kathleen A. Sydell
"They say l'm crazy, but I have a good
time." Memories: Mrs, B's best, Fresh-
man gym, Junior year, class of 78 LF.,
San Francisco summer, Red, Shelly, Red!
I forgot, Lemans, plant lady, No Christ-
mas presents, Only if it's raining, Mac's
We grew oranges, you'Il believe anything,
what, no party? Caf's wandering eyes.
Vicki Rhiannon Tang
"Everything looks brighter from
behind a smile." Memories: Good
times with many great friends,
petty, Springsteen, REO Speed-
wagon, PPM, Grateful Dead, Bos-
ton, Foreigner, Billy Joel, Moody
Blues-'78, Hey Vic party tonight,
are you going? Summer of '78, Hey
North, take care of my sister, ya
Patrick A. Tassinari
Memories: The courtyard!
Karin Elizabeth Theophile
"Tout Ie monde est une tortuef' Mem
ories: Dancing-yeal, pootchtalk, CS.
talk, watch out for Mr. J., How's Toni
F.Y.N., My blue boat, Straight until Lisa!
Karen Or Karin? the supply locker, PIO.
Toaster, look Mr. A do you want to? Raks
abdo, I wish, feelin' alright . . .
Jeannette Theresa Thibault
"lt is right to be contented wrth what
we have, but never with what we are."
Memories: What lunch, 1,2 or 3?
L.D.S. . . Twins! . , . Good times with
Deborah L. Totman
"You learn through experience to live
each day as it comes and to look our
for number one." Memories: Nan-
tasket on a Winter's night, The tumor
prom, Hyannis Port, the Nova, The
wall, Waldon Pond, the cabin, the dam,
STOP.-Monte carlo, skating,
Love, the place.
Clarence A. Tilger
"Life is a tragedy for those who feel and a
comedy for those who think." Memories:
Yes, but l'm cute, Points North? l'm so
confused, damn sovereign , . . and friend-
ly, "Party at Phil's" HSP, clone, Mon-
treal '78, the red book, Baystate, Wuph,
Nancy Ann Travis
"To thine own self be true, and it must
follow, as the night the day, Thou canst
not then be False to any man." Memor-
ies: Springsteen, Weekends with C.K,,
P.A.C.E.R.S., The dam, Someday . . ., My
I w. .,-1,
Lfg mf- 1
' 2if'i?f'fZ'1 2 .
'lyl :L 1 .1
" as ,gg 7
"My eyes are turned toward the future:
but I will not forget the times I leave be-
hind." Memories: Switzerland, NH. with
friends stuck on MT.C., Skiing and skat-
ing, Priscilla, Mystic Tobin Bridge, Us 3,
Bunny in blue, McDonalds, . . X . ,, Pump-
kins, B-days in caf, St. Pat's, last chance,
Caldors corner, GB's party, football
Memories: Armory meets Twan
ger and Lith, Riding the trains
Twanger workouts, continuous
Karen Lynn Traub I
Rapunzel ' 'W 0
"Dieu n'auait fait que l'eau, mais I'horn- .
me a fait le vin." Memories: FYN . . . Raks
Abdo , , .Willy Wel . . . animals two . . Fr.
43 MY NC, Doorbells at -quite the fic . . .
PG, QE, Nam and Nu Think of a color that '
starts with blue.
Mary E. Trayer
'Nature is a mutable cloud which is al-
ways and never the same." Memories:
Canada, Zoology, Quenn 11!13, per 3 81 5
study, Deep sea fishing, fun with B.K. and
friends, good times, parties, N.I-I., Foot-
ball games, weekends, panther, Turtle
Rock, winter '78, Water skiing, the
smok'n tree, play pool?!, crafts.
"Arbeta Som Om Du Skulle Leva I Evin-
nerlighet, Alska Som Om Du Skulle Do
ldagf' Memories: Thanks everyone who
made this year so special for me, that's
amazingl, Last chance, bad expression,
Lisa L, Vacaro
"When through one man a little more
love and goodness, a little more light
and truth comes into the world, then
that mans life has had meaning."
Memories: Marian memories, the pits,
picture this, the girls, C-5, 11f11f78,
rotate, G's Van, carry on my way- ff -X t
ward son, Mr. Dunne, pelham, the ,
cady, Trish, I remember that. '
Cynthia C. Van Houten
"This is the end of a beginning and the
beginning of an end." Memoriest Movies,
CG, Senior year, JC, Summer of '78, Skip,
Pizza, Pepsi, DC., BR., S.N.L. and coke
Anthony P. Triano
Memories: Sarcasm?, Death Mobile, The
Path, A 81 A, The Van, BBD 8tD, Bill, Re-
torting, Panini, The North End, Glou-
cester, Ouchl, Bone.
"Let us then be up and doing, with a heart
tor any fate, still acheiving, still persuing,
learn to labor and to wait." Memories:
Special times at N.H. with D.M,, D.N,,
B.O., B.M., RO., GB., KB., Good times
B.T., SF., L.S. I remember Variety Shows,
Shows, teaching dance and dancing , .
Paul L. Vaskelis
"There is no pleasure in having nothing to
dog the fun is in having lots to do and
not do it." Memories: Summer, "pow,
der", out to lunch, "Lith"
Michael H. Washington
Wash, Iron Mike
Jeffrey A- Walter Hi mink if mueh better mei ..,., every-
Jeff man paddle his own canoe." Memories:
Chinese food at J.A.'s 8. the kids. 7:45
a.m. to DB. 81 D.C., it 34 stand on, if 44
pride, defense. AMG. No. 1.
SR., DR., PK., M.B., BO., S.L.,
Darryl J. Valovcin
"I believe in luck.
harder I try, the
Memories: What?, Mikey, Wuba
We've got to-
. . I find that the
luckier l get."
Guba sayin to ya,
night, The station.
Arrivederci Roma. 14, Benn'
hana's?, Hold the Mayo Styx, 20 of
2. Mac's, Stop and go, Springer,
Alan B. Weisman
"Their graves need no flowers, the
tapes have recorded their names."
Memories: AV, Mrs, C, you only think
I skipped your class. Mr. Dada, D.A..
D.D., AG., G.D., K.G., DP., l wish you
wouldn't do that. Guess what I got a
ride in? Variety Show 78. Wheacs
Kathleen M Waters
"Friendship land can stretch for miles
when good friends are apart but
sometimes it's no larger than two peo-
ple, heart to heart." Memories' The Rock,
111, Let's tango, Hens and chickens,
tennis, party, South Carolina, good times,
Linda F. Waxman
"Love looks not only with the eyes, but
with the mind." Memories: Caldbr . . .
Ground Round , , . Drive-in movies and
marathon bars . . . parties at my house
. , . Hampton beach . . . Summer of '78
. . . the 57 restaurant . . . Hey Lyn -
mmhmm . . .The Sunshine Dairy farm . ..
Great friends and unforgettable times,
Jayne Diane White
Memories: Discoing with Kath . . . bagged
at the V2 bridge . . .get down . . . chick'n
"Let's go to N.H.' '... Cape 78. . .The
Gateway . . . A Whitey more , . .
"I am sick of four walls and a ceiling, I
have need to see the sky." Memories:
Canada October '77, New York summer
of '78, sixteen: beach party.
Jeffrey I Watt
"Life is too short to wastr- irriitating
others, be srimeorie different he
yourself" Memories Skiing in Veirnorit
. ,"Go for it" C C '78 "l'ni no
T.B " . "Jacufe"? I'm going cal
crazy" . . Summers at the Cape I 7
Great nights with close friends
Susan Gail Weinstein
"Vivez, si men croyez, n'attendez a de-
main, Cueillez de s aujourd'hui les roses
de Iavie." Memories: Good times with
special friends, The N.G's, Chocolate chip
icecream, D.S., up and over at W.V. and
I HU' '
Susan M, White
"The door of friendship is opened by a
smile." Memories: Bowerman's Beach
. . , Summer of '77 . . . C.G. - Finally. . .
Jaws lll , . . was that blunt? . . .July 4
and Christmas . . .who did it . . . J.T's sis-
ter? . . . N.N. 81 BR. at Baileys. . .V.N.
B's . . .Jade Fountain. . .agreek salad.
Pamela C. Welch
"Time fades into drifting thoughts,
but memories linger on." Memor-
ies: F.H. hall of fame, chickens and
hens, C.S. talk, "bugs", screams
in the nightl, watch the . . A hoIe?!,
all fogged in, JR. and a sailboat, up
and over at W.V., t'Sherbert cool-
ers", Main St. and the Putt, D.V.
and the good times, JC.
l - ,-
Brian K. Wilder
"The higher you aim the most like-
ly you are to succeed." Memories:
Nantasket beach - June 133 the
green wagon, Saturday night par-
ties, Chef's class, Mac's.
Michael Jay Witty
"If you can't dazzle them with your bril-
liance, baffle them with your bull."
Christmas at the G's, Oct. '77, Wayland,
Amherst, with M 81 M, N.C, D.S., Bliz-
zard of '78, The store, I'd rather be at a
Deanna D. Wong
Steve Always remember the present as
well as the past, the good as well as the
bad. But always remember l'll be there."
Memories: 1O!14!78, Junior Prom and
dance, "Van" in N.H.P. lot with gang,
C.F.A.A., camping in N.H., babysitting
"Take care to get what you like or
you will be forced to like what you
get." Memories: Diving at B.C.,
' Bill., Harvard, with '78 BSL
champs, Switzerland, pumkin '78.
John B, Willander
"Life is being who you want to be
...Living is doing what you want to
do." Memoriesi The summer of
'78, Higgins beach, the fields, the 5 R
dead ends, down back, the trestle.
Mary Elizabeth Williams
"Bittersweet: A definition of life,
death and love." Memories: RGW
Sr, JY in TX, B.C., JJ, JC, ES, KC,
KH, summer of '78, TZ, look out for
that car! The best friends anyone
could ask for, Jethro Tull, Smir-
noff's 81 OJ. Southboro, T 8 P-nut,
our table, what a riot!
Marybeth H. Wohler
"Life is fragile, handle with care." Mem-
ories: Orange soda? F.L.W., Italy '77,
Bog 'eml Hullo! 6-23-77 Heineken,
bleaching. , . cruisin in the '69 olds, Jack-
son Browne, bagged at the half bridge,
blizzard at Gio's with N.N 81 N.F., N.H.
'78, New Years '78 Cwhat happened?J,
night at HC, skiing, H.W.?
Joseph L. Woodin
"Most words evolved as a description of
the outside world, hence their inade-
quacy to describe what is going on in-
side mef' Memories: Southern nights,
my six pack 81 pontiac, Halloween, 8 ball
in the corner pocket, Bone - meal.
John Francis Zabierek
"Don't surround yourself with your-
self, move on back two squares."
Memories: Summer '77, WO '77, Nan-
tasket, Med Manor, CYO's, out to
lunch, S.S,, L.E.'s party, E.Z, Ed's w,
RM., PS., L.F., JS., TM., AG., gOOf
ing, FF., Renaissance Rd., Keith's 'IL'
"Joyous times are never gone
There're always joys to look back on "
Memories: Stuck on Mt C, N l-l with
friends, last chance, PK, Us 3, B B B.
smile 8. BT Terri, McDonalds, b'days in
cat., Fanueil Hall, CaIdor's corner, M TB.,
the bunny in blue, color guard 81 football
Mary Ann Young
t'The law of life is to use things and love
people, not to love things and use peo-
ple," Memories: Paul 3117, MA, Gene,
Suz, Prom, C-5, Chelle, Varnurns, Pelham
Island, the pits 11f11, foreigner 11!26.
Mrs. Bent, N.H, 7f29, - J.B. 3f5, The
girls, gumby, rotate, grow up, GM., SB.,
T,B., RF., D.C.
Scott A. Zecker
"lf someone must be great, it
might as well be mel" Memoriesi
HR 8!16!78, traffic, tall . , .sum-
mer '78 . . , B.S.J.
"Respect is something that lzikes great
effort to gain, but so very little to lose "
1. .,,-' 1
Lori Ann Zecker
"The moment may be temporary
but the memory is forever." Mem-
ories: The gang, Softball Con Sun-
daysb, The Mahans, halfpint, sum-
mer of '76, "lf you leave me now"
parties, 11-35-25, The Red Sox
11,43 The Patriots C2,81J, 3rd per.
3rd lunch, spaghetti supper at
J.C's, Friendly's neighborhood
kids, my mikes, Mr. K's Gym class.
LAST NIGHT, THE TEMPEST
TORE UP THAT YOUNG SAPLING
IN THE GREEN GLORY OF HIS SPRING.
TODAY, THE OAKS BOW THEIR HEADS AND
AND THE MAPLE SWEETLY MOURNS IN
AND HOW SHALL WE SOUND OUR
WE CANNOT. I
LET US BUT REMEMBER
THE SPLENDOUR OF HIS PASSAGE.
HIS SPRING ABIDES FOREVER
IN THE DEEPEST REACHES OF OUR
KEVIN F. DOHERTY
Abrams, Jody: Steering Committee
2,3,4: Community Action 2,3,4.
Allcroft, Cynthia G.: A. Capella 1,
2,3,45 Pacers 1,2,3: Secretary of
Pacers 3: Girls Glee Club 25 Com-
munity Action 2,3,4: Girl's Track
25 Steering Committee 2,3,45
Allen, Maureen: Field Hockey 2,3:
Lacrosse 1,2,3 co-capt. 45 Archon
Allinson, Scott: Soccer 15 Hockey 1,
2,3,4: Student Council 3,45 Com-
munity Action 4.
Aniolek, Jill E.: German Club 1,25
Steering Committee 3,43 Student
Antal, Christopher J.
Arico, Kevin Joseph: Lacrosse 1.
Arnold, Robert J., Jr.5 Track 1
Arsenault, Dennis Joseph5
Avers, Maureen Susan: Pacers 1,25
French Club 1: Volleyball 2,3,4:
Steering Committee 25 Variety
Show 3: Student Gov't Day 3.
Balboni, Barbara Jean: Student
Council 2: Steering Committee
2,4: Class Vice President 35 Com-
munity Action 3,4.
Balser, Michele Marie: Tennis 1,2,45
Steering Committee 2,3,4: Span-
ish Club 45 Archon 45 Community
Bamvakas, Susan Christa: A Capella
1,2,3: Serendipity 1,25 Spartan
1,2: Pacers 1,2,3: French Club
1,2: Glee Club 1,2: JCL secretary
25 National Honor Society 3,45
Community Action 3,45 MOEA 45
Bancroft, Jill Marie5 Pep Squad 2,3:
Baron, Scott Micheal: lndoor Track
1,2,3,4: Outdoor Track 1,2,3 4-tri-
capt.5 Cross Country 3,4.
Barrows, Belinda: Steering Com-
mittee 3,45 Community Action
3,45 National Honor Society 3,4.
Bartlett, Virginia Lynn: Pep Squad 1,
A Capella 1,2,3,4: Glee Club 2,35
Soccer 2,3,4: Steering Committee
2,3,4: Producer of Jr, Variety
Show 3: Student Council 45 Archon
Staff 45 Mixed Chorus 1,2
Berak, Steven David: Baseball 1,2,
3,45 Basketball 2,
Beling, John David5 Football 1,2,3,
co-capt, 45 Wrestling 1,25 Lacrosse
Belmonte, Marcia: Student Council
1,2 Steering Committee 1,2,3
Class President 2 Acapella 1,2
PACERS 1,2,3 National Honor So-
ciety 2,3-treasurer 3 Track 2
Georgetown University 4
Bennett, Amy: Cheerleading 1,2
Pom-Poms 3 Steering Committee
Bennett, Dean: JV Basketball 1,2
Varsity Basketball 3,4 Co-Capt-4
STUDE T ACTIVITIES
JV Baseball 1,2 Varsity Baseball
3,4 Synergy Sports 4
Berkowitz, David, Cross Country
1,3 lndoor Track 1 Swimming 4
Outdoor Track 4
Berman Stephanie, PACERS 1,2
Class Treasurer 2,3,4 Pom-
Poms 2,3,4 Community Action 3
Junior Variety Show 3 National
Honor Society 3,4 Yearbook 4
Bernas, Valerie: Cheerleading 1
Steering Committee 2,3,4 Com-
munity Action 3,4
Besgen, Carol: Field Hockey 1,2,3,4
QManager 45 Lacrosse 1,2,3,4
Steering Committee 2,3,4 Ger-
man Club 1,2 C.B. Club 1,2
Besgen, Paul, Lacrosse 1,2
Bissen, Catherine: PACERS 1,2,3
Steering Committee 2 Track 2
National Honor Society 3,4 Ar-
Bizanos, Emmanuel: Swimming 1
Football 1 Boxing 1 Soccer 1
Blinn, Paul: Basketball 1,2 Golf 2,
Blizard, Marlene: Pep Squad MOEA
Bore, Patricia: Cross Country 1 Pep
Bowman, Lisa: Gymnastics 1,2
Steering Committee 1 Pom-Poms
2,3 Community Action 4
Brady, Barbara: PACERS 1,2 Music
Club 1 Volleyball 2,4 Steering
Committee 2,3 Softball 3
Breen, Mark: Wrestling 2 Key Club
2 PACERS 3,4 Cross Country 4
Bromfield, David: Student Council
1,2 Jazz Band 1,2,3 National
Honor Society 1,2,3, ttreasurer-45
Synergy Editor 3,4 PACERS 3,4
JV Tennis 3 Class Vice President
Brossi, Caroline: Pep Squad 2 Italian
Club 2,3,4 Steering Committee 2,
4 JV Lacrosse 2 Varsity Lacrosse
3,4 National Honor Society 3,4
Brown, Amy: Pep Squad 1 PACERS
1 Steering Committee 2,3
Brunelle, David: Football 1,2,3
Bryant, Julie Cheerleading 1,2,3
Steering Committee 2,3,4 Junior
Variety Show 3 Community Action
Buckminster, Mark: Track Clndoorj
3,4 Track tOutdoorJ 1,2,3
Burg, Shari: PACERS 1,2,3,4 Steer-
ing Committee 2,3,4 Spanish Club
3,4 Community Action 4 Yearbook
committee 4 Mixed Chorus 1
Burrell Kimberly: Mixed Chorus 1
Basketball 1 Steering Committee
1,2,3,4 Pom-Poms 2,3,4 Variety
Show 3 Synergy 4
Butkus, Glenn: Basketball 1,2,3,4
Buzzell, Sharon: PACERS 1,2,3,4
Girl's Track 2 Steering Committee
2,3,4 National Honor Society 3,4
Community Action 4 French Club
4 Spanish Club 3,4 Archon Staff 4
Byrnes, Sandra: Pep Squad 1,2,3
PACERS 1,2,3,4 Steering Com-
mittee 3,4 Community Action 3
Calder, Carroll: Softball 1 Chorus 1,2
Girls Glee Club 1,2 A Capella 1,2
Steering Committee 2,3,4 Pom-
Callahan, Paul: Soccer 1,2 La-
crosse 1,2,4 Yearbook Committee
Campbell, Thomas: Football 1,2,4
Cardarelli, Lori: PACERS 1,2,3 Steer-
ing Committee 2,3 Community
Action 3 Archon Staff 4
Carroll, Sandra: PACERS 1,2,3,4
Steering Committee 2,3,4 Track
2,4 National Honor Society 3,4
Spanish Club 3,4 Colorguard 3,4
Community Action 4 Archon Staff
4 French Club 4
Caspersen, Brenda: Swim Team 1,3
Community Action 1,2,3 Color-
guard 1,2,3 MOEA 3 Vice-Presi-
dent 4 French Club 4 Archon
Cella, Vicki: Softball 1,2 Basketball
2 Archon Staff 4
Celorier, Vicki: Volleyball 1,2,3 Co-
Capt. 4 Softball 1,2,3 Co-Capt. 4
Basketball 2 MOEA treasurer 3
Chaplin, Christine Girls Glee Club
1,2,3 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3 A Cap-
pella 1,2,3 Steering Committee 2
Pep Squad 2 Gymnastics 3
Chapnik, Philip: PACERS 2,3,4 Jun-
ior Variety Show 3,4 National
Honor Society 3,4
Charpentier, Sandra: Softball 1,3
PACERS 2 Junior Variety Show 3
Nurses Assistant 4
Chase, John: Baseball 1,2,3,4
Chase, Linda J.: Pep Squad 1,2
Chitow, Lyn: Mixed Chorus 1 Junior
Variety Show 3 Steering Commit-
tee 3,4 Community Action 3
Churchill, Donna M.: A Capella 2
Mixed Chorus 2 Gymnastics 2,4
Pep Squad 2 Pom Pom 3,4 Steer-
ing Committee 4
Clapper, Eric Bruce:
Clark, Patricia A.: Volleyball 1 Bas-
ketball 1,2,3,4 Softball 1,2,3,4
Key Club 4
Clark, Paula J,: Volleyball 1 Soft-
ball 1,2,3,4 Key Club 4
Clinkscale, John H.: Track 2
Clymas, Frederick: Soccer 1 Wrest-
ling 1 Band 1
Coakley, Eugenie H.: National Honor
Society 3,4 Softball 4 Steering
Cohen, Kathy A.: Pep Squad 1 Bas-
ketball 1,2 Softball 1 Pacers 1,2
Field Hockey 2,3 Steering Com-
mittee 3 Synergy 3,4 MOEA Busi-
ness Club 3,4 1
Comisky, Ann M.: Cheerleading 1,2
Capt 3 Steering Committee 2,3,4
Archon Section Editor 4
Comisky, Robert E.: Soccer 1 Bas-
Conti, Deena L.: MOEA 4
Cooper, Terri: Gymnastics 1 Cheer-
leading 2,3 Co-capt 4 Steering
Committee 2,3,4 Pacers 2 Junior
Variety Show 3
Cosby, Therese: Pacers 1,2,3,4
Steering Committee 3,4 Com-
munity Action 3,4 Archon 4
Costello, Kathleen: Pep Squad 1,
2,3 Steering Committee 3 Com-
munity Action 3
Cox, Grace: Pep Squad 1,2
Crabtree, Thomas: Steering Com-
mittee 2,4 Swim Team 1 Lacrosse
1,2,3,4 Football 2 Class Presi-
dent 3 Representative to Student
Advisory Council 4 National Honor
Crehan, Deborah A.: A Capella 1,2
Mixed Chorus 1,2 Pacers 1 Girl's
Glee Club 1,2 Pep Squad 2 Steer-
ing Committee 3,4 Colorguard 4
Cronin, Janet A.:
Cullinane, John F.: Cross Country 1,
2,3 Wrestling 1,2,3 Capt 4 Out-
door Track 1, Steering Committee
Curelop, Susan: Community Action
3,4 Spanish Club 1,2 M.O.E.A.
Curewitz, Michael: Soccer 1,2,4
Hockey 1,2,3 Capt 4 Lacrosse 1,2
Cushing, David P.: Lacrosse 1 Gym-
Cynamon, Louisa J.: Music Club
1,2,3 Pacers 1,2 A Capella 1,2,4,
Girl's Glee Club 1 Spartan 1,2,
Orchestra 2,3 French Club 2,3
National Honor Society 2,3,4
Synergy Feature Editor 3,4 Archon
4, Mixed Chorus 4, Science Fic-
tion Club 4
Dagg, Michael: Football 1,2 Basket-
ball 1, Baseball 1,2
Dallamora, Ann Nicole: Gymnastics
1, Italian Club 1,2,3,4
Dalton, Lynn L.: Steering Committee
2,3,4 National Honor Society 2,
3,4 Archon 4
Daly, Leila E.: Cheerleading 2,3
Daniels, Karen: Gymnastics 1,2
Dateo, Peter: Chess Club 1,2,3 V.P.
4 Science Fiction Club 2,3 V.P.
4, Performing Arts 2 Math Club 2
Junior Classical League 4 Italian
Davis, Eric M.: Football 1,2,4 Wrest-
Davis, Susan Elizabeth: Lacrosse 1,2
A Capella 1,2,3,4 Field Hockey 2,
3 Co-manager 4 Steering Com-
mittee 2 Junior Classical League
3,4 Junior Variety Show 3
Delaney, William F.: Soccer 1
Hockey 1,2 Baseball 2,3
Delmonaco, Patricia: Band 1,2,3,4
Pacers 2,4 Synergy 3,4 Archon 4
DeMarinis, John: Football 1,2,3
Drama Festival 1,2 Pacers 1,2,
3,4 Variety Show 2,3 Lacrosse
2,3,4 Steering Committee 2,3,4
DeShaw, Laurie, A.: Tennis 1,2
Color Guard 3
Devaney, Maureen E.: Swimming 1,2
Co-capt 3 Tri-capt 4 Basketball
1,2,3 Co-capt 4 Softball 1,2,3,4
Devine, Steve M.: Steering Com-
mittee 2 Junior Classical League
3,4 Synergy 3
Diamond, Mark: Soccer 1,2,3,4
Digiacomo, Cheri E.: Pep Squad 1
Dillon, Kathleen A.: Steering Com-
mittee 2,3,4 Student Council 1,3
Secretary 4 Cheerleading 2,3
Color Guard 4 Pacers 1,2,3,4 A
Capella 1,2,3 Variety Show 3
National Honor Society 3,4
Archon 4 Student Government
DiManno, Nancie Ellen:
Distefano, Thomas: Basketball 1,
2: Football 3,4: Volleyball 3:
Divico, Joanne L.: Gymnastics 1,
2,3, Co-Capt. 4: Pom Poms 2,3:
Docherty, Kenneth: Lacrosse 1,2:
Dodek, Shari: Basketball 1: Tennis
2: Steering Committee 2,3,4:
Dollaway, Joseph: Football 1,2:
Donlon, Laurie: Steering Committee
1,2,3,4: National Honor Society
2,3,4: Color Guard 3,4:
Dorsey, Peter C.: Basketball 2:
Dubeshter, Alan: Baseball 1,2,3,4:
Dugan, Lawrence A.:
Duggan, Judith: Steering Committee
Dunton, Doreen: Community Ac-
tion 3: Archon Staff 4: Steering
Duprey, Paul: Soccer 1,2: Hockey 1,
2,3: Lacrosse 1,2,3,4:
Duprez, Terrence: Soccer 1: Hockey
1,2,3,4: Lacrosse 1:
Duress, Lisa: Pom Poms 2,3: Steer-
ing Committee 2:
Dwyer, Patrick: Football 1,45
Dyon, Scott: Hockey 1,2,3: Foot-
Earle, Jane: Steering Committee
2,3,4: Volleyball 2,3:
Eastman, Diane M.: Pep Squad 2:
Photography 3: Archon Photog-
Edwards, Jacob: Soccer 1,2: La-
crosse 1,2,3,4: National Honor
Society 2,3,4: Steering Commit-
Diloreto, Susan L.: Chorus 1: A
Efthim, Paul.: Band 1: Soccer 1,2:
Performing Arts Club 3,4: Na-
tional lfonor Society 3,4: Student
Council 4: Synergy 3,4: Com-
munity Action 4.
Eifrig, Louisa M.: Performing Arts
Club 1, Treasurer 2, Vice President
3, President 4: A Capella 1: Glee
Club 1: Mixed Chorus 1: Steering
Committee 2,3,4: Spanish Club 3:
Community Action 3,4: National
Honor Society 3, Secretary 4:
Archon Staff 4.
Engel, Wendy L.: Performing Arts
Club 1,2: Intramural Tennis 1,
Volleyball 2,3,4: Steering Com-
mittee 3,4: Variety Show 3.
Esche, Kathryn A.: Pom-Pom Girl
1,2,3, Co-Capt. 4: Steering Com-
mittee 2,3,4: Outdoor Track 2:
Community Action 3,4.
Eyges, Marcy: Steering Committee
Fabri, Michele: Fashion Show 1,2,
Feldhouse, Leslie J.: Cheerleader
1: Color Guard 2.
Feuersanger, Robert: Outdoor Track
2,3: Cross Country 3,4: Indoor
Fingold, Diane R.: Student Council
1,2,4: Pom-Pom Girl 2,3,4: Steer-
ing Committee 2,3,4: Community
Finlay, Lois A.: Community Action 3,
Fiore, Adam V.: Band 1,2,3,4:
Variety Show 2,3,4: Jazz Band
Fishel, Deborah: Mixed Chorus 1:
Pom-Pom Girl 2,3,4: Steering
Committee 2,3: Community Ac-
Fitch, Lisa A.: Performing Arts Club
1: Steering Committee 2,3,4:
Pom-Pom Girl 2,3, Co-Capt. 4:
National Honor Society 2,3,4:
Community Action 3,4.
Fitzgerald, Karen: Pep Squad 1:
Student Council 1,2: Performing
Arts Club 1: A Capella 1,2: Pom-
Pom Girl 3,4: National Honor
Society 3,4: Community Action
Fitzsimmons, James E.: Track 2.
Flanagan, Kevin F.: Football 1,2,3,4:
Gymnastics 1,2,3, Captain 4:
Flax, Ronald J.: Community Action
Foynes, Regina M.:
Frazer, Sheryl: Field Hockey 1:
Steering Committee 1.
Friedman, Nancy A.: Soccer 1,2,3,4:
Basketball 1,2: Tennis 1,2,4, Cap-
tain 3: Steering Committee 3,4:
French Club 4.
Gaffin, David: P.A.C.E.R.S. 1,2,3,4:
Gaines, Lynda A.: P.A.C.E.R.S. 2,4:
Volleyball 2,3,4: Community Ac-
Gallagher, Susan: Steering Com-
mittee 1,2:Ma1orettes 2,3: Archon
Gambone, James P.:
Gerard, Michael K.:
Gerding, Margaret M.: Outdoor
Track 1: P.A.C,E.R.S. 1,2,3,4:
Steering Committee 2,3,4: Com-
munity Action 3: Archon Staff 4:
Getman, Richard: Golf 3.
Gilfoy, Richard: Hockey 1,2.
Gilgallon, James: Soccer 1,2,4:
Gilliam, Philip: Gymnastics 1,2,4.
Ginsberg, Caryn: Lacrosse 1: Span-
ish Club 1,4: Math Club secretary
1: National Honor Society 2,3,4:
Serendipity 2: Synergy 3:
Glaven, Richard: Cross Country 1,2,
3, captain 4: Indoor Track 1,2,3,
captain 4: Outdoor Track 1,2,3,
captain 4: Key Club 1,2, Junior
Class advisor 3, Secretary 4:
Steering Committee 4: National
Honor Society 4.
Glynn, Kathleen M.: P.A.C.E.R,S. 2:
Steering Committee 2,3: Track
2: Yearbook Editor 4: Basketball
Goddard, Cynthia D.:
Gogliormella, Karen M.: Softball 1:
Italian Club 1,2.
Goldberg, Cheryl M.: Student Coun-
cil 1: P.A.C.E.R.S. 1,2: Class Sec-
retary 2,3,4: National Honor So-
ciety 3,4: Color Guard 3,4: Junior
Variety Show 3: Archon Staff 4:
Community Action 4: Spanish Club
Goldman, Greg: Wrestling 2,3,4.
Goldman, Matthew S.: Computer
Aide 1,2,3: Student Government
Day 1,3: Steering Committee 2,3,
4: Key Club 3, Vice-Pres. 4: Na-
tional Honor Society 4: Student
Council 4: Archon Staff 4.
Goncalves, Paul: Basketball 1,2,3,4
Goodstadt, Robin: Lacrosse 1: Com-
munity Action 4
Goodwin, Andrew E.:
Gould, Jane A.: Pom Pom Girls 2,3,4:
Archon 4: Community Action 4
Grant, Paul Douglas: Soccer 1:
Wrestling 1: National Honor So-
ciety 2,3,4: PACERS 2,3,4
Greenfield, Debra Jayne: Steering
Committee 2,3: Pom Pom Girls 3
Greenwald, Jill M.: PACERS 1,2,3,
4: Steering Committee 2,3,4:
French Club 2: Community Action
3,4: National Honor Society 3,4:
Gringorten, Sheldon P.: Wrestling
1,2,3: Track 1
Grinker, Robin Beth: Basketball 1:
Tennis 1: Softball 1: French Club
2,3,4: Steering committee 2,3,4:
PACERS 2,3,4: Community Ac-
tion 3,4: Junior Variety Show 3:
Archon Staff 4
Guertin, Michelle Louise:
Gunther, Karen E.: Soccer 1,2,3,4:
Basketball 1,2: Lacrosse 3,4:
PACERS 3,4: Junior Variety Show
3: Steering Committee 3.4, Ar-
chon, Assistant Editor 4
Guyotte, Lisa J.: National Honor
Society 3,43 Pep Squad 4
Hall, Michael: Wrestling 1,2
Hanfling, Merle M.: PACERS 1,2,3,4:
Mixed Chorus 1: Girls' Glee Club
1: A Cappella 1,2,3,4: Junior
Variety Show 2,3,4: Music Club 4:
Spanish Club, secretary, 3,4: Na-
tional Honor Society 2,3,4: Seren-
dipity 1, Assistant Editor 2: Syner-
Hanlon, James P.: Baseball 1,2,3,4:
Football 1,2: Basketball 2
Harber, Kenneth R.: Lacrosse 1:
Harris, Paul Andrew: Football 1:
Hockey 1,2: Lacrosse 1,2,3 tri-
Hart, John: Hockey 1,2,3,4: La-
Heemskerk, Bart: Tennis 1: Soccer
1,2: National Honor Society 3,4
Hegarty, Lisa Marie: Swimming 1:
Heiny, Loren: Dover High School
CN.Y.J Spanish Club Vice Presi-
dent 1: National Honor Society 3,
4: Spanish Club Treasurer 3
Henell, Paul R.: Steering Committee
2,3,4: National Honor Society 2,
3,4: Junior Classical League, Pre-
sident 3,4: Junior Variety Show
3: PACERS 3: Synergy 3,4: Mass.
State Junior Classical League -
Henning, Patricia Marie:
Herrick, Douglas Arthur: Football
1,2,3,4: Wrestling 1: Lacrosse 1,
2,3,4: Steering Committee 3
Herson, Lisa M.: Gymnastics 1
Hevesh, Joseph A.:
Hill, David: Junior Classical League
3,4: Junior Variety Show 3
Hine, Thomas J.: Hockey 1,2,3,4:
Lacrosse 1,2,3,4: Football 3
Holland, Deborah L.:
Hollis, Bruce W.: Hockey 1,2,3
Hopkin, Linda L.:
Hopner, Brenda Layne: Steering
Committee 2,3,4: Community
Action 3: Basketball 1:
Humphrey, Scott Alexander: Bas-
ketball Statistician 1: Chess Club
1,2 Vice President 3 President 4:
A Cappella 1,2,3,4: Math Club 2:
French Club 2: PACERS 1,2: Mixed
Chorus 1: Football Statistician 2:
Steering Committee 2: Junior
Classical League 3,4: Science Fic-
tion Club 3,4: National Honor
lafrate, Mark D.:
lglesias, Louis: Lacrosse 1,2: Foot-
ball 2: Wrestling 3
lnstasi, Ronald J.:
Jackson, Jacqueline Renee: Track
1,2: A Cappella 1,2: Mixed Chorus
33 Glee Club 33 Junior Variety
Show 33 Steering Committee 3
Jagoda. Roger B.: Swim Team 1.2.3:
Steering Committee 2: Band 1,23
Student Representative to School
Committee 3.43 PACERS 1.2.3.
Janson. Jacqueline Anne: News-
Jasset, Beverly Jeanne: Basketball
13 A Cappella 1.23 Community
Action 3.4: Steering Committee
Jasurek. Chris Michael: Basketball
Jinks. Laura: Steering Committee
13 Pacers 23 Pom Poms 3.
Joyce, Patricia Mary: Cheerleader
1.2.33 Steering Committee 2.3.43
Community Action 3.43 Archon
Kagno. Jill Michelle: Chorus 1.
Junkala. Julia L.: French Club 1.23
German Club 23 Chess Club 43
Science Fiction Club 2.3.43 Sy-
nergy 3.43 National Honor Society
2,3.4. Lacrosse 220.127.116.11.
Kalin. Joanne C.: National Honor
Society 2.3.43 Pep Squad 3.4
Kaplan, Phillip Charles: Debate Club
23 Community Action 3.4.
Keilty. Robert S.: Basketball 1.2.3.
43 Baseball 13 Golf 43 Steering
Keith. Martin C.: German Club 1.2.
Kelly, Dana J.:
Kelly. Nancy E.:
Kelley. Joseph C.:
Kelley. Paula Eileen: Spanish Club
13 Steering Committee 2.3.43 Na-
tional Honor Society 2.3.43 Com-
munity Action 43 Student Govern-
ment Day 2.33 Archon Staff 4.
Kennedy, Barbara Eileen: Steering
Committee 3.43 Pacers 1.2.43
Community Action 2.3.41 Archon
Kent. Daniel Mark: Competitive
Plays 13 Drama Festival 1.
Kenney. Mary Theresa: Field Hockey
2.33 Basketball 23 Lacrosse 1.23
Steering Committee 3.43 Com-
munity Action 3.43 Pacers 1,23
Archon Staff 4.
Kilbridge. Brian Paul: Basketball
1,23 Baseball 3.43 Band 1.
King. Dominic: Soft Ware 2.3.43
Science Fiction Club 4:
Klavans, Gary J.: Swim Team 1.2.41
Community Action 2.3.4.
Klocker. Joseph V.: Hockey 1.2.3.
43 Lacrosse 1.4.
Kokidko. David: Football 43 Basket-
Kopas. Toni Marie:
Kowal. Sabine Yvonne: German Club
1. treasurer 23 Science Fiction
Club 13 Steering Committee 33
Pacers 23 Archon Staff 4.
Kraft. Richard Wayne: Hockey 13
Track 13 Music Club 2.3.43 Band
1.2.3. treasurer 43 Pacers 18.104.22.168
Math Club 23 Competitive Plays 43
Synergy 43 National Honor Society
2.3.43 Junior Classical League 3.4.
Kurtz. Frederick A.: Student Coun-
cil 1.2.3 Soccer 22.214.171.124 Outdoor
track 1 Steering Committee 2.3
Kutnyak. Robin: Steering Committee
2 Italian Club 126.96.36.199 Jr. Variety
Kwiatowski, David: Pacers 188.8.131.52
Steering Committee 2
Kwiatowski, Mark: Football 1 Base-
ball 1 Indoor Track 2.3
Labib, Adel: Chess Club 1.2 Track
2 Swim Team 3,4
Lacey. Elizabeth Anne: Maiorettes
1.2.3 Co-capt 4 Steering Commit-
tee 2,3 Pacers 2 Junior Variety
Show 3 Archon 4 A Capella 1.2
Lambert. Katherine: Volleyball 1.2
Math Club 1.4 Pres. 2,3 Chess
Club 1.2 Steering Committee
3.4 National Honor Society 4
Langley. Susan: Field Hockey 1.2.3
Track 1 Steering Committee 2.3
Lapides. Marilynn: Pom Pom 2.3.4
Steering Committee 2.3.4 Com-
munity Action 3.4 Key Club 4
Leary. Clare F.: Encounter Group 4
Lebowitz. Alan G.: Pacers 1 Junior
Variety Show 3
Lee, Eugene I.: Football 1 Basket-
ball 1.2 Golf 3,4
Lemmon. Robbert: Wrestling 184.108.40.206
Lemoine. Michael: Football 220.127.116.11
Wrestling 1 Baseball 1 Hockey 2
Steering Committee 2.3.4. Golf
3.4 Community Action 3,4
Lennon. Karen: Softball 18.104.22.168.
Field Hockey 2.3 Co-capt. 4 Bas-
ketball 2.3.4 Archon 4
Leon. Scott E.:
Leonard. Martha: Tennis 1
Levenson. Nathan: Basketball 1.2
German Club 1.2 Tennis 2.3.4
Community Action 2 Synergy 3.4
Lewis. Karen: Volleyball 4 Steering
Linet. Ann M.: Tennis 1 Steering
Committee 2.3.4 Community Ac-
tion 2.3.4 Pacers 2 Junior Variety
Long. Charles: Football 1.2.4 Bas-
ketball 1.2 Lacrosse 1 Golf 2.3
Loughrie. Thomas E.:
Lott. Katherine K.: Community Ac-
tion 43 A Cappella 3.
Lubets. John Steven: Football 23
Hockey 3.43 Christmas Project 3.
Lublin, Stefan Alan: Basketball 13
Luz, Karen Anne: Steering Commit-
tee 2.3.43 Community Action 2.3.
43 National Honor Society 2, sec-
retary 3. president 43 Student
Representative to Chap. 622!
Title IX Grievance Committee 3,43
Pacers 2.3.43 Synergy Features
Editor 3. Literary Editor 43 Archon
Section Editor 4.
Lynch. Richard John: Soccer 1,43
Lacrosse 13 Golf 2.3.43 Steering
Macdonald. Sarah Whiting: Class
Vice President 23 Class President
43 Student Council 22.214.171.124: Na-
tional Honor Society 2.3.4: Stu-
dent Government Day 126.96.36.199:
Cerebral Palsy Telethon 2.3.43
Pacers 1.2.31 Community Action
33 Color Guard 2.3. co-capt. 43
Student Coordinator of Title IX!
Chapt. 622 43 Soccer 1.23 Basket-
ball 1.2. co-capt. 13 Track 1.22
Lacrosse 3.43 Archon Staff 4.
Mackenzie. Erich Scott: Chess Club
1. manager 2. president 3.43
Science Fiction Club 2.3.4.
Maginnis. James: Wrestling 3.
Maguire, Joseph: Lacrosse 1.2.3.
Manning. Lawrence C.: Hockey 1.2.
3. co-capt. 43 Lacrosse 2.
Manning. Jill S.: Pep Squad 3.
Manolian, Richard James: Basket-
ball 1,21 Indoor Track 43 Outdoor
Margeson. Deborah Ann: Volleyball
2.43 Steering Committee 3.
Mariasis, Sheri: Basketball 1.2: La-
crosse 1.2.33 Student Government
Day 33 Member of MOEA 4.
Markson, Howard N.: Cross Coun-
try 1.23 Indoor Track 1.23 Outdoor
Martin. George Frederick: Hockey
Mastrogianis. Lena Marie: Com-
munity Action 4.
Matthews. Karen Jean: Soccer 13
Maxwell. Kathleen: Pep Squad 4.
McDermott. Mary Margaret: Com-
munity Action 3,43 Student
Government Day 33 Secretary
MOEA3 Archon Staff 4.
McDonald. Nancy Lee: Key Club 43
French Club 43 Pacers 13 Steering
Committee 2.3.43 Student Coun-
cil 43 Community Action 43 Junior
Variety Show 1,43 Pep Squad 13
Color Guard 2.3. co-capt. 43
McEnroy. Kathleen: Soccer 1
McGrath, Joan L.: J.V. Soccer 1.
Varsity Soccer 2.3. Basketball
1.2. Softball 188.8.131.52
McGrath. Kathleen E.: Basketball
3. Softball 3. Volleyball 4
McGrath. Martha A.: Colorguard 1.
McMahon. Christopher C.: Basket-
ball 1.2. Co-captain 3.4. Baseball
1. Steering Committee 2, Archon
McManus. Scott C.:
McManus. Scott J.:
McNabb, Diane Marie:
Mead. Susan B.: PACERS 1. Ma-
jorettes 2.3 co-captain 4. Na-
tional Honor Society 2,3,4. Stu-
dent Government Day 2,4. Steer-
ing Committee 2.3.4. Lacrosse 2.
Jr. Variety Show 3.4, Community
Action 3.4. Cerebral Palsy Tele-
thon 3.4. Archon co-editor 4
Mellone. Michelle Dyan: Gymnas-
Mercurio. James D.: Football 2
Michelson, Robin Lee: Volleyball 1.2.
Steering Committee 1.2. PACERS
Miller. Dru Ann: Debate Team 2.
Choral Production 2. International
Miller. Janis R.: PACERS 1.2.3.
Community Action 1, French Club
2.3.4. Steering Committee 2.
National Honor Society 2.3.4.
National Hebrew Contest 3.
Synergy 4. Archon 4
Miner. Deborah: A Cappella 1.2.3.
Community Action 1.4. French
Club 2.3.4, PACERS 2. Newspaper
3. Spanish Club 4
Mooncai. Susan W.: PACERS 1.2.3.
4. Pom Poms 2.3.4. Newspaper 2.
Steering Committee 2,3.4. Span-
ish Club 3,4. Community action
Moore. Mark A.: Baseball 184.108.40.206.
Morgan. Laurie Anne: Student Coun-
cil 2.3.4. PACERS 2,3.4. Steer-
ing Committee 2.3.4, Community
Action 3,4. Synergy 4. Business
editor 4. Archon 4
Morris. Linda Jeanette: Glee Club
1. Band 1. A Capella 1. Mixed
Chorus 1.2. Variety Show 1.3,
Basketball 1. Pep Squad 2. Stu-
dent Government 3. Steering
Moudy. Karyn Lynne: PACERS 1.2.3
make-up mistress 4. Newspaper
1.2. Steering Committee 2.3.4.
Spanish Club 2 secretary 2. Presi-
dent 3.4. Archon 4, Serendipity 2
Murphy. Beth: Community Action
Murphy, Elaine D..:
Murphy, Ellen T.: Varsity Tennis 1.2,
3.4. Basketball 1.2. Field Hockey
Murray. Jo-Anne R.:
Nathan. Stacey A.: Steering Com-
mittee 1.2.3,4. Community Ac-
tion 3. Drama Club 1.2
Natoli. Denise A.:
Nicoli. Sharon Rose:
Niland. John Patrick: Football 1.2.
3.4. Baseball 220.127.116.11
Nordquist. Laurie Marie: Pep Squad
1. Steering Committee 2.3.4 Swim
Team 2.3. Community Action 3.4.
Color Guard 3.4. Soccer 4
Norton. Timothy J.: Indoor Track
1. Cross Country 18.104.22.168. Outdoor
Track co-captain 1. Key Club
director 2.3. President 4 Gymnas-
tics 3.4, Steering Committee 3.4.
Synergy 3.4. Archon 4
Nunley, Alessandra Kim: Field Hoc-
key 22.214.171.124. captain 4. Basketball
126.96.36.199. Lacrosse 1.2.3. captain
4. Steering Committee 3.4
O'Laughlin. Ronald J.: Lacrosse 1.
Baseball 2.3.4. Hockey 188.8.131.52
Oliner. Abbey E.
Olivieri, George Robert
Olszewski, Mary Jill: PACERS 1.2.3.
43 Steering Committee 184.108.40.206
Color Guard 4, MOEA 4
O'NeilI. Brian: Football 1.2.3. co-
captain 4. Wrestling 1. Lacrosse
1.2.3. tri-captain 4
O'Rourke. Doreen: Pep Squad 1
Osgood. William C.: Soccer 220.127.116.11.
Hockey 1,2,3,4 Lacrosse 1,2
Otowchits, Edward: Football 1,
Swimming 1, Lacrosse 1
Palmer, Paul: Swimming 1, Wrest-
ling 1, Rap '78, '79 4
Panella, Laura Elizabeth: Pom Pom
Pannella, Joseph E.:
Paquette, Deborah May: Cheerlead-
ing 1,2,3,4, Steering Committee
1,2, Community Action 3, MOEA
Parrish, Vera, Pacers 2,4,
Patelis, Michael A., Soccer 1,4,
Basketball 1, Community Action
Paull, John, Baseball 2,3,4, Foot-
ball 3, Wrestling 4.
Pavia, Beth, Cheerleading 1,2,3,
Steering Committee 2,3, Variety
Show 4, Community Action 4.
Penn, Allen, Wrestling 1,2, Com-
munity Action 3,4.
Pisello, Donna, Pep Squad 1,2,3,4,
Community Action 4.
Plaxco. William M.,
Polner, Lee A., Italian Club 3,4,
Archon Staff 4, Synergy 4.
Porter, Dennis, Wrestling 2,3,4, Key
Powers, John D., Soccer 1, Key
Club 2,3,4, Community Action 3.
Prader, Lisa A., Community Action
Quinn, Donna M., Gymnastics 1,2,
Outdoor Track 1,2,3,4, Indoor
Quinn, John P.,
Pacers 1,2, Newspaper 1,2,4,
Raphaelian, David, Band 1,2,3, Man-
ager Hockey Team 1: Steering
Committee 2,3, Tennis 2,3, Jazz
Band 2,3, Music Club 2,3, Hockey
Reed, Linda L., Pep Squad 2, Pacers
3, Community Action 4, Archon 4.
Reichert, Gregory, Football 1.
Reiter, Gregory, Soccer 1,2,3, co-
capt. Soccer 4, Wrestling 1,2,3,4,
Remillard, Susan, Steering Com-
mittee 2, Community Action 3,4,
French Club 3:
Roberts, Janice A., Steering Com-
Roberts, Wanda M, Band 1,2, Track
1,2, Variety Show 1, Mixed Chorus
1, A Capella 1,2.
Robidoux, Gregory S., Football 1,2,
3,4, Steering Committee 2: Bas-
ketball 2, Key Club 4.
Robidoux, Jeffrey Thomas: Foot-
ball 1,2,3,4, Outing club 1,2, Com-
munity Action 4.
Rosenoff, Seth: National Honor
Society 2,3,4, Steering Commit-
tee 3,4, Serendipity 4.
Roskey, Sean: Indoor Track 1,2,3,
Co-Capt. 4, Outdoor Track 1,2,3,
Tri-Capt. 4, Key Club 1,2,3,
Treasurer 4, Cross Country 2,3,
A., Debate 1,2,3,4,
Rubin, Julieanne: Steering Com-
mittee 1, Swim Team 1, Lacrosse
2, Pom Pom Girl 3,4.
Rubinovitz, Jordan: Chess Club 1,
2,3,4, Science Fiction Club 1,2,3,
4, Performing Arts Club 2.
Russell, Elaine: Steering Commit-
tee 3,4: Pep Squad 3, Co-Capt.
Santoro, Deborah A.: Volleyball 1,2'
Pep Squad 4.
Santos, Marianne: Italian Club 1,2,
Steering Committee 3,4, Pom
Pom Girl 4.
Schafer, Richard B.: Soccer 1,2,
Tennis 1,2,3, Capt. 4.
Schneider, Annegret: German Club
1,2, National Honor Society 2,3,4,
Science Fiction Club 3,4.
Schneider, Laura E.: Debate team 1,
Capt. 2,3,4, Performing Arts Club
1,2,3, Volleyball 2, Lacrosse 2,
French Club 2, National Honor
Society 3,4, Community Action
Sebastian, Stephen: Baseball 1,2,
Hockey 1,2,3,4, National Honor
Society 2,3,4, Archon Staff 4.
Shecter, Bruce: Student Council
1,2, Steering Committee 2, Na-
tional Honor Society 4.
Sheehy, Michael J.: Wrestling 1,4.
Sheinfeld, Steven: Swimming 1,2,3,
Capt. 4, Community Action 3,4.
Sherman, Deborah J.: Volleyball 1,2,
Performing Arts Club 1,2, Cross
Country 3, Track 3,4, Pep Squad
Shortt, Dorothy J.: Cheerleading
1,2,3, Steering Committee 1,2,3,
Sicotta, Dana: Hockey 1,2.
Silva, Ann Marie: A Capella 1,2,
Pep Squad 1, Steering Committee
1,2, MOEA 2,
silver, Sheryl Lynne: P.A.C.E.R.S. 1,
2, Key Club'1,2,3,4, French Club
2,3,4-president 2, 4-tres. 3, Steer-
ing Committee 2,3,4, Jr. Variety
Show 2,4, Jr. Classical League 3,4,
Archon 4, Community Action 3,4,
Math Club 3.
Sinisalo, Lisa M.: Community Action
Skloff, Robert E.: Basketball 1,2,
Key Club 4.
Slattery, Katherine Joan: Swimming
1,2, A Capella 1,2: P.A.C.E.R.S. 1,
Pep Squad 1: Color Guard 3,4:
Steering Committee 4 Community
Smith, David F.
Smith, David Norman: National
Honor Society 3,4: Science Fiction
Club 3,4: SNYERGY 3,4.
Smith, Evelyn M.:
Smith, Kathy Ann: Steering Commit-
tee 2,3,4, Gymnastics 1,2, Com-
munity Action 3,4, Junior Work
Smith, Michael F.: Lacrosse 1,2,3,
4, Football 2.
Smookler, Neal Robert: Key Club 2,
3, Community Action 4.
Snyder, Marcia B.: Steering Com-
mittee 2,3,4: Tennis 2, Com-
munity Action 3,4, Junior Variety
Sobol, Heidi: National Honor So-
ciety 2,3,4, Junior Achv. 1,2,3,
Community Action 3, P.A.C.E.R.S.
1,2,3, ,AFS 3,4, Steering Com-
mittee 2,3, Color Guard 3.
Sol, Jonathan David: Italian Club 1,
Spring Musical 1,2.
Speranza, Janet A.: A Capella 1,2,3,
Girl's Glee Club 1,2, Cheerleading
2, Community Action 3,4.
Steacie, Deborah: A Capella 1,2,3,
Community Action 3,4, Soccer 3.
St. George, Andrew.
Stone, Matthew L.: Key Club 2,3,
Math Club 2,3,4, National Honor
Society 2,3,4, Jr. Classical League
3,4, Chess Club 4, Sci Fi Club 4.
Storlazzi, Susan M.
Supnik, Howard: Band 1,2,3,4-V.P.
3, Soccer 1,2, Newspaper 1 Jr.
Variety Show 1,2,3,4, Steering
Committee 2,3, Music Club 2,3,4,
Jr. Classical League 3,4, Jazz
Sussman, Jill N.
Swindell, Douglas James: Football
1,2, Lacrosse 1,2,3,4.
Sydell, Kathleen A.,
Tafuri, Sherrie R., Swimming 1,2,3,
Tri-Capt. 4, Basketball 1,2, Soft-
ball 1, Lacrosse 2,3,4, Junior
classical league 3,4, Steering
Committee 3,4, Community Ac-
tion 4, P.A.C.E.R.S. 4, National
Honor Society 3,4,
Tang, Victoria, Steering Committee
2,3, Pep Squad 3,4,
Tarlin, William R., Science Fiction
Club 2, Serendipity 2, Junior
Variety Show 3, Synergy 3,
Tassinari, Patrick A.,
Terrio, Suzanne D., Basketball 1,2,
3, Co-Capt. 4, Softball 2,3, Co-
Capt. 4, Field Hockey 3,
Theophile, Karin, P.A.C.E.R.S. 1,2,3,
4, French Club 1, Vice-Pres. 3,4,
Variety Show 1,2, Director 3,4,
JCL 2, Vice-Pres. 3,4, Key Club
2,4, Community Action 3,4, Music
Club 3: Steering Committee 4,
Thibault, Janine, Volleyball Team 3,
Thibault, Jeanette, Community Ac-
Tobin, Joanne T., Pep Squad 1,2:
Tobis, Susan, Pep Squad 1, Swim
Team 1, Basketball Manager 2,
Pom Pom Girls 2,3,4, Steering
Committee 2,3,4, Junior Variety
Show 3, Archon Staff 4,
Totman, Deborah L.,
Toucey, Kurt, Outdoor Track 1,3,4,
lndoor Track 3,4, Cross Country 4,
Touhey, Deborah, P.A.C.E.R.S. 1,2,
3,4, Majorettes 2,3,4, Steering
Committee 3,4, Archon Staff 4,
Traub, Karen Lynne, Spanish Club 1,
Steering Committee 1,2,3,4,
Junior Variety Show 1.3: French
Club 2, Pres. 3: Vice-Pres. 4:
P.A.C.E.R.S. 2,3, Key Club 2,3,4:
Travis, Nancy Ann, P.A.C.E.R.S. 1,2,
Pres. 3,4, Pep Squad 1, National
Honor Society 2,3,4. Serrfnflipiiy
2, Student Council 3, Pres 4,
Rap '78 4:
Trayer, Mary E ,
Triano, Anthony P., Football 2,3,4,
Steering Committee 3,
Turndal, Ann, Volleyball 4, Basket-
ball 4, Tennis 4,
Urgvary, Sally, Drama Club 1,2,
Variety Show 3,4, Theatre 3,
French Club Disco Teacher 4,
Vacaro, Lisa L., Variety Show 4,
Valovcin, Darryl J., Basketball 1,2,3,
4, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Steering
Committee 2, Variety Show 1,2.3:
Van Houten, Cynthia C.,
Vaskelis, Paul S., Soccer 1, Outdoor
Track 2,3, Indoor Track 3, Cross
Walter, Jeffrey A.,
Washington, Michael H., Basketball
1,2,3,4, Steering Committee 2,3,
Waters, Kathleen M.: Basketball 1,
Tennis 1,2,3,4, Community Ac-
Watt, Jeffrey T.: Basketball 1,2,3,4,
Golf 1,2, Outdoor Track 3,4, Cross
Waxman, Linda F.: Gymnastics 2.
Weinstein, Susan Gail: French Club
2, Secretary 3,4: Steering Com-
mittee 2,3,4, P.A.C.E.R.S. 2,4,
Community Action 3,4, Variety
Weisman, Alan B.
Welch, Pamela C.: Steering
White, Jayne Diane.
White, Susan Marie: Soccer
National Honor Society 3,4, Color
Guard 4, Archon Staff 4.
Whitlock, Babara: Steering
mittee 1,2,3, Italian Club 1.2.3.
Wigetman, Susan: Band 1, Swim-
ming 1,2,3 Tri-Captain 4, La-
crosse 1,2: Steering Committee
2,4, Cerebral Palsy Telethon 3,4,
Archon Staff 4.
Wilder, Brian K.: Football 1, Key
Willander, Jon B.: Hockey 2,3.
Williams, Mary Elizabeth.
Witty, Michael Jay: Soccer 1,2,
Wohler, Marybeth H.: Soccer 1,2,3,
4, Basketball 1,2, Tennis 1,2,3,4,
Steering Committee 3,4, French
Club 4, Community Action 4.
Wong, Deanna D.: P.A.C.E.R.S. 3,
Pep Squad 2,3,4.
Woodin, Joseph L.
Woodward, Melissa: P.A.C.E.R.S 1,
2: Steering Committee 2,3,4 Stu-
dent Gov't Day 2, Color Guard 3,4,
Variety Show 3, Community Ac-
Young, Mary Ann: Pep Squad 1,2
Captain 3,4, Gymnastics 1,2.
Zabierek, John Francis.
Zecker, Lori Ann: Softball 1,2,3,4,
Steering Committee 3,4, Pep
Zecker, Scott A.: Basketball 1, Band
1,2,3, Golf 2,3,4.
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The outstanding spirit of the Junior Class
motivated their successful class activities.
Their unending participation in car washes,
bake sales, holiday drives, and dances helped
raise funds for the class. Junior workday had
been the most successful in several years. The
many students that participated in this workday
obtained and completed over 100 jobs in the
community, and many who could not work
directly contributed donations on their own.
The talented acts in the Variety Show were
also a great fund raiser and a unique, rewarding
experience that will always remain in the minds
of the participants. These successful activities
lead the way to the special evening, the Junior
Prom, something that will be . . . Always and.
Forever. The Class of 1980's optimistic attitude
always helped to fulfill their ambitions and achieve
a respected status in the school and community.
The juniors look forward to their senior year of
financial, academic, and social challenges for
which they are well prepared.
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The Sophomores had many exciting activities this year.
At the Halloween Pizza Supper, two Boston concert tick-
ets were raffled off. Over 400 students purchased our
class T-shirts which came out in November. The De-
cerriber showing of the nostalgic movie American Graf-
fitti also proved to be a great successd. Our efforts and
contributions to the Holiday Drive were rewarded in Feb-
ruary when the long-awaited Ring Dance arrived. In the
spring the class sponsored rollerskating and theatre
outings. All in all, the sophomore class had a very active
year and look forward to an even more productive junior
Biography and Verse
Co-editors: Susan Mead and Kathy Glynn
Assistant editor: Karen Gunther
Features and Activities
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back row: Caryn Ginsberg, Richard Kraft,
Louisa Eifrig, Julia Junkala front row: Karen Luz, Paul Grant.
COMME D TIO
back row: Steve Devine, David Sperry, Louisa Cynarnon, David Smith front row: Eugenie Coakley, Kate
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The Community Action Program affords students the opportunity to extend their education beyond the classroom by gaining insight and
sensitivity to others while voluntarily providing a useful service to the agencies involved within the community. Students contribute their
time and talents in such capacities as teacher-aides in our elementary schools, in many, varied programs for children with special needs,
with the elderly, with the disadvantaged, in pre-school programs, hospitals nursing homes, day care centers, etc. The eager, enthusiastic
response of our students and the directors of the agencies involved attest to the success of this worthwhile educational program.
Extended Day Care
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Efthim, L. Bayer, R. Baye, A. Long, S. Azrin, L. Gaspard 3rd: R. Kraft, M. Winer, A. Strauss, D. Langejans, G. Matto, B. Moon, J. Zyzanski, P. Mar-
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Isaacson 5th: MB. Labenski, S. Wennerberg, B. Wennerberg, M. Zeboski, D. Apple, K. Denman, M. Ray, C. Spence, D. Wylde, W. Carroll 6th: S.
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Best Player in a Small Part - Therese Cosby
Best Actor in a Supporting Role - David Bromfield
Best Actress in a Supporting Role - Nancy Travis
Best Player in a Character Role - Crowd
Best Play - "The Lottery'
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Best Actress in a Lead Role - Julie Zisk
Best Player in a Character Role - Beth Miller
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M. Stevens, D. Garret, M. Niland. D. Welch Thlrd: L. Kolopolus, J. Nlland, G.
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Summers, K. Jenkins, D. Nickerson, B. Smith, F. Gaton, M. Tltlebaum, Coach Ralph Martino,
Coach Ed Kavanagh
Top: Coach Trincia, J. Janus, D. Levin, E. Hegerich J. Flanagan, S. McKerin, B. Kryzwicki, G.
Monson, J. Halpin, J. Cushing, G. Byrd, F. Hafer, Coach Irusi Second: J. Campanard, N. Sleeper,
S. Healey, B. Carey, B. Duggan, C. Kilbridge, R. Polich, J. Salvucci, S. Parker Third: F. Gatzogian-
nis, M. Nanatovich, B. O'Rourke, T. Carey, Nl. Ross, R. King, M. Lovuolo, D. McDougall, P.
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Hexneman, D. Lacey. 2nd Row: M Gunther, K. Frsh, D. F?en'11llard,G. O'RelIly,J. Comusky,
E. Burrell, P, Spence. 3rd Row: B. O'NenI, P. Nlarnnellu, P. l-lelluwell, IVI. Dernarunls, S. '
Sandler, S. Kullarn. 4th Row: Coach Yeager, B. Horner, M. Grogan, J. Nlarchessault, L. Osgood and Glles
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R Flosenburg. 2nd Row' S. Chamerlun, B. Smuth, J Bryant, T. Boudreau, R Nesh. S.
,vi Nlgloskl, M. Fritz, 3rd Rowi T. Macpherson, J Aquuno, Nl. Chugnolla, B. O'NelI, J Diamond.
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C. Campion, B. O'NeiII, D. Eramo, N. Callanan, Coach Dallamore.
Co-captains O'NeiIl and Campion with coach Dallamora
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Norwood 49 44
Braintree 62 63
Wellesley 57 59
Milton 56 45
South 57 64
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Neocllmm 63 54
Walpole 73 62
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SB Good luck wath S B. tha hall C A SIM B.
Man? Man? . .Where's the man?
CA. wants Rubao
Hey Vacaa, as your nose numb yet?
Machele wath one L, beware of weardos an bus stataon bathrooms.
Thank you S C , CA. MB and PW. for the best barthday ever SB.
On three, stand up and scream!
S C. loves choppang wood.
Wall SB and S B. EVER get together? CA SMB.
MB. as stall leadang the Basalon.
KF, TC, ML, RG, BL, BP, LD, SS, SB, DP, LM, SS, ML, TT, JH, DH, AND DV
'all have experaenced Close Encounters of the Caldor Kand!
20 kads-Mrs Kevan Langeau
Who ever heard of a bland weddang?
Ha Mrs, K.L -from Mrs DL.
Thanks guys for all the months of book carryang you dld for me. Love.
"Coche approche"-muchas gracaas Laurae. from Shara and Machele
Patty D., T . . . A , , C , . WHAT? Lynda
JD-You can't smoke thas!-KF
Felaz Navadad con un "Moose" MB
ls M.J.S. really a S FHS?
DF and LB-1-2-3-ATTACK!-KF
Davad: warmth of personalaty, top 3'-lb?
NT. as stall acceptang donataons
Rory, runnang on fumes . , .
Pablo d'E, Mao Iaves!
LF. NM, and JL as Wheaton-Remember-Freshman year, Natack Mall and
Ashland Boys, and Varsaty Cheerleaders t??J-KF
A new superstataon' hadang under dagatal clocks brangs bad luck fast!
K.L. has vavacaous coffee and a bathroom door that locks when ats
The concept of gravaty as totally unfaar to knees and arms, no?,
Will T.C. ever get her Os ?
Hey twan saster, how about 20 males today?
To MB., have you earned your 7 poants yet? C.A.
To S.C.g Hey Clafford, break out the farst aad kat! Love C.A.
Shaboom-Farst we'll go to Wonder Woman and then we'lI go to
Debi Dragons are forever!
t'Hot bIooded"-check at and see-"l wall"-Later, much-"How much?"
-Oh SO MUCH!
KL., D.T. and PC,-modern technology proves that slabs of granate and
sandstone aren't art-no matter how old they may be!
Shaboom-Fat boys an whate pants, EFL samera laundry, "Do I know
you?"-OK-52.40"-F T IF ,," A Daamondl, next Bus 3:40-Shaboom
GB.-Look out for garaffes and remember to say you're sorry before at
ReneeeWhen are you goang to learn to close the Door? Ha Penny-Love
J.O. Thanks for everythang!
Ha Fance 84 Faame-Love Phal
Elmer as Fudd-Fudd as an Elmer! Ha Guy And at gets me knowhere
Say no more, Say no more!
We're just a bunch of wald 81 crazy foxes
8-ball an the corner pocket
Boat-Though there are tames when we aren't always an touch, I know
we'lI always be fraends, Love Karen
Pat, Bubs, Ann, Mouse, LO, Lasa, Janet-Thanks for all the good tames-
Love ya, Reen
Memoraes of Daytona Beach for PJ., BB., 8tD.P. . .the bong!
EP. You wall always be wath me an my mand-D.P.
NM skateboards away from trouble!
Wall MTM ever make the SC? Wall Wino ever kack the habats? Wall
MD ever leave the SC? Wall BK ever kill CR with her thumb? Will KG
ever stay wath one guy for a week? Stay tuned . . .
MK-Volkswagon does at agaan.-T.C., B.K, S.D., GB.
Jackae, I hope Joe goes to class today-JM.
Goodbye to J.D., J.L., E.R,, LZ., MG., DC., VT., JC., DO., BT., P.P.,
GR., SK, SB., KC., P C,, D.H,, D.W,, S.C.! from JM.
"That'S hum."-"THATS HIM!"
Keep an touch-KC.,J.R., K.B., HM., US., J.L., E.C., J,M., DW., MG.,-
Best excuse I've ever heard from Skap-"I got locked an the darkroom."
To Pumpkan, the beached whale wath the crown we'II water you down
JN better get a new knat dress before the old one rots from overuse!
Daz, what wall Oosy Doo? Duckaes, Boxes, 2 apples, Faz.
But Mr. DaProfao, at was Jane's fault!
How many of you wall PB, MB, PC, JE, CG, JG, DH, LH, JJ, NL, LM, AS,
DS, MW, Wall-but RK won't.!
J.A., how as thas for a one-laner?
Mrs. B's A.F,'s at Besgens.
To T.L., Bewwy wubs, the and cheesecloth thanks. CB.
Beth CPBJ-"There as no greater blessang than an understandang
fraend."-Love Karen CFKJ
D.N. and PP. leave the graphac arts darkroom to the new sophomores.
LB, KC. Let's go for Chanese food-JG, RD,
To John, Rach, Ball-I leave three season tackets to the Alley and Captain
To ''Spunky"-AIaasMackey-l'll never forget you, buddy. P. Pattstop.
SA, LI, SS, JH, MC, NM, BP, KF-Mmmm Dasco!
All l can say as LORDY!
Stephanae, at's because the walt, AB.
Crank-we make great cheerleaders! ls it L or P? Love Fratz
To GB., from your three secret admarers-ST., SM., SB.
Shalom, Shalom, Shalom-Havaaram: to the Hebrew Club from Janas
Ya Deb you're raght-"Who Doesn't?"
Deb-Thanks for always beang there and for beang the best and truest
fraend anyone could ev.er have, Love Patty.
V.T.-you know Brandy, the coffee color one!
What a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive-R,
T.N.-Thanks for our "Crystal Moment", the ones that followed, and
those to come. Love always, Susan.
L.M., KL., P.C., PG., N.T., L.E., etc., but especially Deb, thanks for
everything. Love B.T.
Great minds think alike?
K.L.-remember, there's alcohol in that there Riunitel You too, Marci!
Okay, kiddies, it's twitch-out time-starring Integral Man and the Trig
Functions-no wait, that's another tale!
WUPH 81 BOOP from P.G. and PC. to everyone else in space,
To J.J., KC.. M.W., ES., and JY., We finally made it! JC.
Thomas, I love that BUMPY nose! D.M.
"Pilot to Co-Pilot, Pass the nunite"
Ready . , . On your mark . . . Get set . . . TWITCH OUT!!!
Volleyballs for breakfast!!!
To MS.-You drive me crazy! KC.
To J.C., JY., J.J,, M.W., ES., BC.-We're out! Party on!
To J.Y, in TX, How's old fleas Jr.? J.C. in MA
To J.Y. in TX-we miss you KC and the gang.
Oh no! What am I going to do? What does it mean? He didn't call . ..
Howsh you K.G.? l'sh fine. Howsh J.L. and E.J.?
Who put the timer on, burnt the biscuits, burnt the butter . . .
Hey Buzzell with two L's-lo siento. Soy Vacia!
Will "Rubio" ever face our table so C.A. can get a better view?-M.B.
To a good friend L.M.-take it easy you "sway victim" Love, M.B.
A.F., l love you. SW.
Mart, l owe you a line-so here it is! C.
K.L, and D.T,-three cheers for amateur psychiatry! Muchos gracias
from the three of us-Morgie, Rory and Samurai fwe're not schizoj
Thanks to KL., P.G., PC., and the T's, and everyone else for every-
thing, Love Rory.
J.J.O'B-ask Mr. DiProfio about my crucible analogy! L.M. tThe Euro-
Michele-sway-out time at Bagel Nosh? Good Luck in future "con-
tests" Love, L.M.
P.C.-let's hear it for "economy cars"-they run on fumes, don't they?
Mon.-do you have any gum? . . . Fri.-do you have any gum? . . . No, SB.,
I don't have any gum, sorry!
To a special group of friends: Thanks for all the good times. Love C.G.
To the Red Sox wives: good luck 84 see you at Fenway 8g the fashion
show. Mrs. Lynn 81 Mrs. Fisk.
Barb: remember the giggles, "the wall" 84 all the times! Good luck at
Regis and have fun in the No End! Keep in touch, Laurie
Linda: N.Y. '78 . A . Gusto Girls in the Bleachers, Beach over Bearskin,
See you in the globe sports Dept. in '82 J.B. rules! Always DeeDee.
Dasch-take care of Stanley. I
Hey V.P. lt's been real! KG,
M.G.-will you still have your halo next year?
To DQ. l see youre getting into the Farrah scene . . .lt's great! Love
PD: Squeak! Squeak! Squeak! KM
Bang a U DRU! the Maine weekend-we're neighborhood
Listen, JD., lt's time to stop dancin'! the party is over . . JA
To my friends, "Aide the wind before it's gone." Love Bubs.
Deb. . . tuna fish 81 cinnamon, huh? . . . DC.
G. you're Shortt!?!
Wally, was it really 2 weeks? M.M. 8 E.O.
We will never forget Junior years cafeteria RUSH!
E.O. Goodbye Mr, LO LO. Love M?M.
To the group that knows where it's at: Ford Follies, 8th floor, Grist
Mill, Nobscot Mountain, Hemingway School, Edmand's House, Burr
St., Little Farms, Garden in the Woods, From Paul
Hey gang Zeck, O'Croninstein, PC, Jackie, Jill, Genie, Vicki, Maria, Dee-
na, Beth. Thanks for the good times.-Russ.
Coak-welcome to Pluto
Mother why did you make me eat that spaghetti?-daughter dear
Al is mine-you've got Butch-Russ
Crepes-remember peanut butter, Greek salad and Irish Stew.
B's Best A.F. Party A C. Bez's. K.S,, M,F., C.B., L.P., T.M., J.T.
Best wishes Always Mrs, LaF. from the warped minded crew K.S., C.B.,
Mr. K. someday we'll get the pictures for BL without gonging them
up. D.E. 81 L.P.
Synergy, if there be a method, it be madness.
Macbeth Act Vto McDermott: "Throw physics to the dogs."
Stone walls not a prison make, nor iron bars a cage, yet either is more
bearable than A206-an anonymous German student!
Bromfield everyone has the right to make a donkey of themselves now
and then, but don't push it to the extreme.
GG "Can we still be friends" JD
Elf-remember all the good times Cincluding Thanksgiffingj Love ya,
Roger-Maybe you're the one who's really mad!-your A.P. English Class
D-U-U-P-R-E-Y! good riddance, S.M. and E.R,
To Elaine R, Lori Z, Genie C, Jackie L, Jill M, Paula C, PattyC,
Vicki T, DoreenO, Beth T, Sue C, SandyB, David K, Maria G, Deena C,
Deanna W, Lisa G, Peg B. lt's been real-Janet
To my daughter tand best friendj, Thanks for all the support and care
when I needed it most-Your mother.
Good times partying at if 8017, C.G., B.L., J.G., A.C., L.F.
G.O.M,A,, and don't ask me to carry your suitcoat L.F.-J.Z.
J.Q .... Thanks for the times you've shared with me, my love for you
will be forever ,... A.C.
To B.B. 8. P.J.-we have had some great times with the parents away,
many special moments, 1-4-3 forever-J,
Annegret, Louisa, Julia, Peter, Seth, Roger, David-remember
Annegret's little green notebook?
Kate, Roger, Annegret, Scott, Peter, Kathy B, Geoff, Linda, Lynda, Deb-
bie, SueG, Sue D, Louisa, Kerry, Seth, Patty, Erichfthe lunch table gang.
Who is Carl?
Lookout, it is Mr. Jolie
Cheese omlettes with bacon-no liver
Friday afternoon club
Toni, Tenni, cold, Nu, NC, cold, N.A,M., F.Y.N.
N.M,, KS..-Shadow dancing, M8.M's with nuts. BOTC, and Saturday
night in the C.B.Z. with the Dr. 84 his associates!
Shaboom-Michigan, EFL. Sameri laundry, for sure, Alloh, Alloh, and
Fat Boys in White pants!eShaboom
Bay Zay Lay and Bobe say "hi!" Mante still needs a bafe!
To M.C. from you know who-whenever your cougar or Pinto needs a
tune up just call!
Toiif19-the times we shared could not have been better! Thanks for
putting up with mel Luv, Pumpkin
H,B.C.l.A.S.-I will! Later-much! How much? oh sooooo much!!!
Nancy M, Mike C, Scott A, Steve S, John H, Karen F, Louis I, Beth pc
See ya, S.B., JR., VS., HM., AB., K B, DW., JM., J.L., MG..
Just don't push it, okay?
Will sklnny ever let her hair down? l'Dream on"-S 8t S
Where is CG's Pretzel?
To MA.-Think before honking twice, there may be a flying body passing
your way! From-W.E.
To Nicknames . . . Dokey, 2H, O, Wengel, Linetsky, Mozley, Idiot, MB.,
Veiner, Sap, Juanita, Louiji, Juicett, McG., Ben, Menace, Radish, Jan,
Bescies, Putt-Putt, Jilsky, and jabberjaw.
Mark, Thanks for a very special year. Love Diane.
SM. "Glory to Dartmouth Loyal we Sing"
L.M. remember "No Profound Language on the Beach!"-SB. original
Deb, remember Frank L's. party , . . in the driveway? What REALLY
Jo Ya got the pains, D.N,
AA, PC, PC, TC, SD, MG, PG, LH, PH, JJ, KL, RK, NL, EM, GR, MS-
"Throw Physics to the dogs!" WS
S.D. Never mind, l won't say a word. J.J.
J.J. wishes KL. "Happy doorknob"
J,G. is advised by to join the Gullible tellers anonymous.
JJ warns certain people that AS has enough in a certain notebook to
blackmail all of them.
SB.-has your radar trap caught SB, yet? SB.
JA--Remember Malafaphone Gang and Mr. L's room and values and .
. hako! Cevreetb love ya, Sb.
C,G., J.J. AS. S.D., "Flunkies" no more Chopefullyj
The Lemuel Gulliver Haters Association"'Good luck 1980 A.P.'s
Russ, what about the kids?-give them to All
Coak, you'll never know the name of the mysterious "Big D"
Mrs. Fisk, has Pudge's bell been rung lately?-Mrs. Hobson
Mrs. Fisk, l'll see you at the fashion show, in New York and in the
bleachers. Allen Hobson
Janet we were really supposed to eat that stuff you called spaghetti
Hello Linda Maria-it's cheaper to send youa letter. Lori Z.
To Russ, PC, Coak, O'Croninstein, David, Daz, King, Lisa, Patty,
Max, Deena. Alien, Jill, Doreen, Jackie and everyone else . . . T
Thanks for all the fun times. Zeck.
Mr, P and Lardog You didn't realize you were gone that long?
L.D., I'm sure he will call-K.G
To my twin ST, get your hair cut! KG
Happy Birthday at the Grand Rand
T.CeKansas sings Beethoven?
VC, LD, TC, STL who's got two cents? KG
I'm going to become a nun.
Go get 'em LD!
4 periods in one day with MD is too much!
Hey Spaz, keep practicing VB. qmaybe you'll make the team somedayj
What's really in those jelly beans, LD?
SC and GB loved their neighbors.
Beware of their squatting terror.
TC-who was that masked jerk?
Did GB and BB run from the strangers in the Kitchen?
Sandra Dee-only at soccer practice-Rizzo
Donna, I love you forever, Tom
JD, I need a backrub.
To Susan-"Thanks for the memories." You will always be remembered-
Hey Abbott!!! Who's on first . . . I'm a bad boy.
T.N.-l've got you on my wavelength.-love. Susan
You want revenge? OK Roarrrrrrrrrry!-Smead
Abbott and Costello love Timmie.
Hey Kenno-seen any safe mopeds lately?
The editors would like to thank Larry for all his patient guidance.
Larry, you may call me Lasso but I only rope things worth catching!
Larry, you should bring your assistant more often!-the editors
Hey Kathy-we made it! Thanks for putting up with me. Love, Susan.
Susan and Kathy would like to thank the staff for a job well done.
To the Ogre-you're not an Ogre afterall, but rather a great advisor and
friend. Thanks for everything, Love Susan, Kathy and Karen.
The editors would like to take thus time for a sigh of well-earned relief!
PROFESSIONAL PATRGN S
Dr. Lawrence Bennett
Steven A. Blum D.M.D.
Alan A. Chyten D.M.D.
Marvin Cohen lattyl
Dr. Benjamin Gaynor
Dr. and Mrs. B. Grant
Mr. Robert A. Grelley, Esq.
Murray H. Helfant, M.D.
Dr. John B. Junkala
American Energy Control
American Investigative Services
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver A. Bowman
Cahil Feul Co. Inc.
Casewell Systems Inc.
Church of St. George
Coffee Matic Service Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Davis
Delvin Contr. Co.
Dot Beli Deli
First Edition T-Shirts
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Gaffin
Golio's Catering Service
Mr. John Hart
Mr. and Mrs. Henick
Hi Fi Buys
J. and L. Assoc. Inc.
Jack, Sandy, and Johnathan Jagher
1979 Archon Patron
Robert and Gall Allcroft
Ms. Betty Anderson
Mr, and Mrs. Apple
Elsa and John Anza and Famlly
Mr and Mrs
Dr. Stuart L. Neivert
Dr. Joel Rankin
Philip E. Schwartz D.D.S.
Dr. and Mrs. Edward S. Schwartzreich
Sheridan, Garrahan, and
Jeffrey A. Slone D.M.D.
Mr. Harold Stavisky, Esq.
Dr. Arnold D. Vetstein D.M.D.
Mr. John F. King
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kenney I-I.A.E.
M and W Auto Radiator
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Macdonald
Capt Michael Mohan
McKenzie, Carey and Co.
Merchant's Tire- Boston
Northeastern Constr. Co
Edward James Quinn
Salon of Athena
Sam Albert Industries
Scooter - Rooter
The World of Stitch 'n Knit
Anthony Sonsini and Co.
United Chevrolet lnc.
Jerald M. Vengrow Tennis Teaching Center
Wallaces I-Iome Made Ice Cream
Gary Ballard Famlly
Mr, and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs,
Myron R Barry and Famlly
Mrs. Sadue Barrows
Mr, and Mrs
Mr and Mrs
Stanley L Burrows
Mr, and Mrs Stephen Becker
Barbara and Larry Bennett
Mrs. and Mr Archue Bentley
Mr and Mrs Robert Berman
Lauegt J, Bernard
Mr. and Mrs Edward Bertuccr
Stanton and Susan Bigelow
Mary E Bnssen
Mr, and Mrs, Richard Blssen
Susan M, Bnssen
Mr and Mrs Thomas Bussen
Mtss Jean Blake
Mr. and Mrs. R.B. Blight
Donald and Ellen Bloch
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bloom
Mike H. Bloom
Jill and Eric Bloomstein
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boone
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bootz
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Braverman
Mr. George Broombeild
Mr. and Mrs. Bromfield
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Brown
Mrs. Halina Burenko
Stephen and Susan Burg
Mrs. Albert Butkus
Mrs. Albert Butkus
Mrs. Albert Butkus
Mr. Albert Butkus
Mr. Albert Butkus
Mrs. Thelma Buzzel
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Byrnes Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Byrnes Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Campbell
G.C. of Canerbury
Mr. and Mrs. Justin Cardarelli
Jane and Fred Carlow
Mr. David Carroll
Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Carver
Mr. and Mrs. William Cella
Mr. Edward C. Chandler
Mrs. Jane Chandler
Donald H. Chasse
Ruth and Don Le Claire
Robin and William Clark
William and Margaret Clark
Mrs. Vincent Clemens
Mr. and Mrs. Williams Clews and Sons
Mrs. Charles Coakley
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coakley
Mr. and Mrs. Vale Chon
Miss Colette Couture
Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Comisky
lVlr. Joe Conway
The Leonard M. Conlin Family
Mrs. May Conway
Mr. and Mus. William Crosby
Mr. Sumner Cotton
Mrs. Helen Covieno
Mrs. Helen D.iCroteau
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Curley
Mr. and Mrs. J. Cynamon
andrew P. Dallamora
Danne' and Barbie
Danny and Margie Levin, Rachel and Julie
Richard S. Dargan
Mrs. Shirley S. Dateo
Mr. John DeLorie
Mrs. S. Demas
Mr. and Mrs. Henry DeMichele
Paul and Barbara Dias
Mathew and Amy DeNitto
Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeNitto
Mr. Di Profio
Mr. and Mrs. Divico
Donald and Wendy
Mr. and Mrs. James Donnelly
Mary Ann Dunn
Mrs. Mary Dunton
Robert M. Dunton
Mr. Merrill Dussault
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Earle
Douglas G. Eaton
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Edwards
Roger Kenenth Edwards
Tisha Ann Edwards
V. William Efthim
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ellison
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Engel
Mary M. Faherty
Mr. Anthony N. Falco
Mr. Barry Fayvo
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Federman
Glenn R. Feldhouse
Jea- M. Feldhouse
Lester D. Feldhouse
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Feldman
Mr. and Mrs. Bev Feldman and little one
Mrs. Anthony Ferro
Louise A. Finlay
Mrs. George Fistetto
Mr. Harold Fisher
Mrs. A.J. Fitzgerald
Helen L. Fitzgerald
H. Lillian Fitzgerald
Mr. T.G. Fitzgerald
Barbara lVl, Ford
Dorothy M. Flury
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Flynn
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gazard
The Gener Family
Mr. James H, Gering
Mr. James Gering
Mrs, Inez I. Gettys
Donna and Thomas Gherna
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gogliormella
,Mr. and Mrs. Martin Goinanblatt
Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Golman
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Glodman
Mr, and Mrs. Edward Goodstadt
Andrew and Tracy Gordon
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Gordon
Mrs. Thelma Gorfien
Mr. W. Gowey
Mr. and Mrs. Eliot Grace
Mrs. E.A. Grain
Greg and Jo Jo
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guertin
The Gunther Family
The Guppy Family
Erin Joyce Haggerty
Kelly Joyce Haggerty
Paul H. Hayes
Robert and Beverly Healey
Paul A. Helmuth Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Henning
Thomas Chester Henell
Matthew and Elise Herz
Mrs. Richard Holmes
Debby and Sandy Hopkin
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hopkin
Ensign Bob Humphrey
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Humphrey
Harvery Humphrey Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvery J. Humphrey
Jerry, Jenny and George Humphrey
Mr. and Mrs. Steven W. Humphrey
Mrs. Betty Jenkins
Mrs. Carole Jolie
Mr. and Mrs. H. Peter Jorgonsen
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kalin
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kardon
Mr. Kevin P. Keith
Mr. and Mrs. D. Keith
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Kennedy
Mr, James Kelly
Thomas E. Kelley Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kelly
Miss Danille Kenney
Myrna and Chuck Kenney
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Klocker
Mr, and Mrs. Richard Kropp
Mr. Joe Kapas
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kurtz
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lafford
Mr. James J. Lahey
Mr. and Mrs. David M. Langley
Rev. Msgr. John F. Lawler
Mary R. Leonard
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Levey
The Litvin Family
Irish and Rich Long
Frank arid Hilda Luz
Mrs. Fred Lynn
James A. MacKenzie
Norma J. MacKenzie
Fredrick N. MacLean
The Peter Man Family
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Maloney
Mr. John Mangano
Judy and Dick Mannheim
Mr. and Mrs. William Manning
Mr. and Mrs, Charles Marden
Dr, C.A. Marram
Mr. and Mrs. William Matarese
Matt, Amy, Jeff, Danny and Robbie
Mr. and Mrs. John McCuskel
Mr. Chris McElroy
Mr. and Mrs, Harold McGlinchey
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McGlichey
Mrs. Patricia Mead
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Merchant
John C. Mercer
Shirley Colgan Mercer
Mrs. Mary Merchant
Al, Mag. Wendy. Beth and Jill Miller
Honora M. Monagham
Tony and Lee Morace
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morgan
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence T, Morris, Sr
The Munroe Family
Chris and Mary Murphy
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Murphy
Noel and Theresa Murphy
Mary Elizabeth Murray
Mystic Van Club Somerville
New England Key Clubs
Mr. and Mrs. Nii
Mrs. Rose Marne Nolan
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Norwood
Mr. and Mrs. A. Novla
Mr and Mrs. Nyer
Mr, and Mrs. Charles O'Br1en
Mr. J.J. O'Brlen
Mlss P.V. Oluva
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Olszewskl
Mr. and Mrs. Chesley Oriel
Estelle and Jack Ours
Madelnne A. Pecella
Joe Harvey Patron
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pearlman
Mrs. Donald Pearsall
Mary and Andy Perlera
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Punkne and Punkette
Anleen M. Quugley
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ratner
Mar. and Mrs. Ralph Regal:
Mr. and Mrs. Rszzo
Mr. and Mrs. Robeck
Angle, Stephue, Jenny, and Shawn Roberge
Mr. and Mrs. A. Allan Rodenhlser
Mr. and Mrs. Rnchard Rose
Mr. and Mrs, Marray Rosenblum
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rosenfueld
Mrs, Edith Rubin
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham M. Rudnlck
Mrs. Janet Rugo
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Russell
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Russell
Mr. Kevnn Salvl
Georguna and Herb Sanborn
Mr. Charles H. Savage
David and Ellle Scherer
Mr and Mrs. Dennus Schmnz
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scnully
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Segel
Norma and Morris Sharnah
Mr. and Mrs. WJ Shanahan
The Shlappo Family
Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Shnna
Mr. and Mrs. Owen R. Short
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy H. Srnnth
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks South
Mr. Joseph Souza
Star Tool and Dre
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Starrett
Mr. and Mrs. Harvery Stone
Ross and Edna Supnnk
Cory and Carol Surett and Famnly
Mr. and Mrs. Corey Surett
Mr. James D. Sutton
Mr. and Mrs. Muchael Swudler
Mr. and Mrs. Tafurl
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Tatelman
The Taylor Family
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tuberuo
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tobls
Mrs. L.D. Trotsky
Mrs. M. T. Tung
Two Wald and Crazy Guys
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Unrun
Mrs. Helen F. Vlncuulla
Mr. Armond A. Vochon
Mrs. Duck Ward
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Ward
John F. Waters
Mrs. John F. Waters
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weldlg
Joan M. Weundbaum
David And Wanda Werner
Magda Lena Welch
Mr. Paul A. Welcome
L and M Whlte
John Boy Wnllnams
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wllllams
Mrs. Robert G. Wulluams
Mr. and Mrs. Juluus Wuner
Marcia E. Wuner
Mr. and Mrs. Harnes Whlte
Mrs. Cell Wohler
Cyndi J. Wohler
Mr. and Mrs. THomas Zazulak
Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Zecker
The editors of the 1979 Archon would like to
take advantage of this opportunity to express
their deep appreciation to everyone who
contributed to make this yearbook a success
Organizing the yearbook is a massive
undertaking, but with the cooperation and
continuing support of many others, the editors
are proud to present this 1979 yearbook
Indoor Tennis At
The Future To The
Class Of '79
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MOVING 8: STORAGE INC.
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Another exciting class.
Who got started this way?
And Customers . . .
Whore Photography Is a Cmativo Art
100 Fenwick Street
Framingham, Mass. 01701
For Your Every Photographic Need
Congratulates The Class Of '79
Keep On Rockin'
RED COACH GRILL
The Class Of 1979
You've got to be kidding!
Hey, Hey, Hey . . .
All of us at Bose Corporation wish to extend our heartiest congratulations to the
members of the graduating class. Best of luck in your future careers.
THE GROUND ROUND
North High Seniors
We Hope To See You
All In The Coming
Year For More
Fun, Food, Drink
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PRINTING CENTER, INC.
Framingham's Fastest Growing
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505 Worcester Road
Framingham, Mass. 01701
What is it?"
Class Of 1979
Open 7 Days
Call - 877-2626
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Complete Automotive Care
Mechanical 81 Auto Body Repairs
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The Class Cf 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
reckon with the armed forces. Others will seek positions in industry, trade, business.
We, at Dennison, congratulate you on your past accomplishmentsg if your future plans
call for steady employment or summer work, we'll be glad to discuss your problems
Our Employment Department will welcome the chance to outline opportunities ex-
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Unusual Jewelry Boutique
937 Worcester Road
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"You can dress her up, but you
can't take her out."
Congratulations To The
Class Of 1979
FIRST PARISH IN FRAMINGHAM
2A School Street
Heating - Air Conditioning -
Plumbing - Fireplaces
THE CASTLE OF COMFORT PHOTO SHOP
Your Total Comfort Center 505 Worcester Road
Framingham, MA. 01701
1645 Concord Street C6175 879-6377
Framingham, MA. 01701
Good Luck To The
Class Of '79 From
PAUL'S BARBER SHOP
Congratulations From The -S,
PARTY CENTER, INC.
149 Cochituate Road CRt. 303
Framingham - 873-9143
"The F.B.I. checks it out."
"When you say that . . . smile!"
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