Natick High School - Sassamon Yearbook (Natick, MA)

 - Class of 1981

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Let us not settle for destruction and depress- ion. Let us not stand for injustice, cruelty and prejudices. Let us change the troubled times. Let our memories alter our way of thinking, learning and living. Let us hope for peace in the future. Seeing clearly into each others eyesg releasing the spirit within the mask. Abandoning roles and discovering paths to question and seek unending travels. Leave your mark. s X x 'Q,,, Q Y. if ' i fg Ai . :Flu .A 4 , ,, fl . . X. fm-3'x X 5.5 I ,,., ',,. , ' hziuaf- ' f .,, ,V V , 1 5 5' .ff I 6.1 1' , ' Q- 535922 ' ' ' ' f -i ."" 7 t I. . Q i 1 E f A 4 y -V - f -3 ,Ni .f sg - Jai' w I ,, ' 6 fs ' 1 H , I 332 A . - n ddr., f. gag, .4 ' We ' ' Y 4' n 3' g 13 1 , ' 1 i ,gi ,. 1 ' I It K arf ,E ,.,75 -. A' 5 lj? ,. ' , 1 5 f,,!:f 4 4 f ' . nf ' - V. A ' I WW3 ,Ut , , 1 1, .s , 41 ' pm' 1' f,-f--- ' :fx , 4 , i , . , ' ' .- V fa, rv-V + ' - , -M '7 ' , . WMM 1- .W 1 I ,J 'P , ffm f, ,. A ?, A My VV Dv .,7 .. 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' N , f 5 ' ' ' --'N D ' 1 A .-fv. -- '- mf ' 1 -rw.. Gs 3 :X '91 ' 14,11 'E , QC N l.,1f.4.1 f . .. .3 ,- I i . , , I 1 -f'..Lc' -Q -, ' 'w.'.'1W'. , .yy A , if - .,y:.,f f M: 'Jr 6'l -,gn1u,u-n .-my vm.-up-,Jr 4 Zmchn 56 cam wean lea mime 464 dwficceace evade. lil H JE PIIJINJSTHHTJUN School Committee Dr. Joseph Keefe, Vincient Saunders, Dight Crain, Peter Garland, Marshall Lebowifz, Paul Ambler, Vicky Bern- stein, Mark Raider, Phillis Donk Central Office Staff Craig Young, Francis Corcoran, Phillip Kliman, Dr. Joseph Keefe, Stella Jue, Dr. Anthony Damplo i ' v ' - 5-l 8 'Q 3 g ' .1 I N A. -g K ...f Y... ..- In ,.-.c gi Vf wig V if fi. 'gif - . V J VI, 2 ,, ,- qi ,V . W qi., V' . 1 .-. 4 sg :Q , .X E51 A T 1 ' " -- ' ' 'Af ' fl' V' it - , ' l , .. VfV2f,f, 'Q VV if .V -4 1. ' V - if . f ' f 4fa5 595: 3' V , 1 :i."'3f3f,2'-ffb-'f -is - ' . -.im -mg, P . g ,j g ,gm-Q x fig: f 352443 x '- i11,VV'f5:M5:Q.-fi V, 4 'V ,. ,qw , " 4 ' - - . 1 1 :an '-ff-371--,f Wai .' 3. Vip, M, pit. ,Q ' -5111 .5 :iii i " A 2-ii?'?I?j! ,rXV Q if ,ij-Qi -Q-1'3" . V , t Lf' . ," if V - . , , .4235 V - i l'-21.-.-,'-2. -s -- if .fa ' if .g : V - - i5I,:f"iIl-:cf 'if i ii ??' 1'Q.V ' V Q i L" uf, , I,-P -I I A - 'fr ' fjggi - 'g 1 V . ,ggi iqivbwl l i e i gfgi-1? if ff - 1 ' V 39' 'Sf 7-,ff 222-5 -if -Af' 'T ' ' ' ' -. r5-:FQ , 'llf' Q V f 4, s- 3-1551 x . - I a'35i"'97"q?- V ,fZi!.5 'Q . 1- ' f -' i .S - - ..3"'4..: 'l V f' Mr. Harold Rosen - Principal 2 i i X ,ff .. 1. '- 1 pgffipiei tv 'Ng yi by 5 xg Mr. Arthur Stickler - Vice Principal Mrs. Katherine Flaherty - Vice Prinicipal xx 1 1 lxxv.-a. , .Q Q it S Mr. Francis Collins - Vice Principal ....,.....M,,...,v,,, ...., --......,. --.... The class of l98l, would like to extend its warmest thanks to this year's administration. Through some difficul- ties of propodition 2V2 they upheld their re- sponsibilities as teachers and adminis- trators, guiding us wisely. It is difficult to express our thanks to a group of such dedi- cated and hard work- ing people. Thanks for all the time spent work- ing tor our benefit. ,fri Mr. Rosen - "The lighter side". HET Pal lil SE The class of '8l would sincerely like to thank receptionists and secretaries for their patience and understanding in dealing with our many problems over the past 3 years. Special thanks also goes X N :,' A to the nurses who did more l 'l " than their required jobs. 'S They set up programs to ' gf make students and 3 5, 5' teachers aware of such X , things as alcoholism with ,kg their Alcohol Awareness K 4? l,,'i 'A 55312 and their C.P.R. classes. l l eff? T7 , Their extra effort is greatly , ,ff ? appreciated. li , AQ fl -i f Q Mrs Gassett Mrs Queen Mrs Arena I G .,., ,J .5 , , V X tf ' . - "L Mrs Byrne Mrs Ceehi Mr Parker Mrs Pen-0 1.27 1 Mrs Ruggeri Mrs Shea Mrs Cienetli Mrs Fisher Education Q1 Miss Grady Miss Vassile PHVEJEHL EU. The Physical Education Department has placed an emphasis on individual and couple activities. Students have been given instructions in golf, archery, fencing, cross-country skiing, wieght training, and many other units. The units enhance good physical conditioning, speed, flexibility, and strength. We would like to thank Miss Patricia Devereaux for teaching physical education the first half of the year replacing Miss Elizabeth Grady, who was on a "leave of absence" - continuing her education in an adventure type program in Wyoming. , ,f " " fk ' jf A ff f ,271 ' .ZF 'Q' pf., -1 'f- 1 'X if '-V4.3 F fi, 3' -Wiz: 2 f t Z 4, v Z ,L 'V X HM nf f , ' Q ' E ii Miss Devereaux mrvmm, V ii X ,Z , , M, , f 'hhlk' ll ,,,,i I f Mr Leavitt Mr Murphy AV H F You voted for Proposition 2Vz? lll HINE The guidance department welcomed it's newest staff member, Mr. Amico. Along with the other counselors, the department strides to meet bath the general and specific needs of all students, present and future. Occupational Guidance was still going strong this year. Headed by Ms. Elaine Fersh and staffed by Ed Beecher and Steve Mall, the Vocational Awarness program explored alternative careers and job counseling. lk I i i Mrs. Jones Mr. Roy . . .T A W .s -r u. ft' Q WI .r X ' , ' 5 1+ :irq l 2: ., .. . -. my A Mr, Fallon Mrs. Riordan ...,..f yi, r ' '- ' . Mr. Mall Mr. Beecher V'-v .tyru S -13 ,ff- Miss Duncan Q. lixx Ms. Fersh Mr. Panchuck sf M X n , K , f 1. . 1 '.l1gq'f 'V' Q .' A 4 i its l' 3 .4 Y r N I 3 1 lfg. ,VJ ' 'Y Mr. Amico "zi':2f-Q Guidance! . TEUXWHL 'lltl The Walk ln Center is an inton'nal crisis Counseling center serving N.H.S. They are concerned with the well being and potential of all students. The Walk ln Center provides many services to minimize the fears, tensions, and problems that otten exist. The Metco Program at N.l-l.S. offers a change of pace from the city schools. The students who participate in the program make many sacrifices to come here to learn from this schools academic program. ,J ,- 1" 'V '.1- gf .if a - ::,,L f-ski ' , 'J ' Mr. Hill Mrs. Washington . EDIIH U in Et: B si itil 45. THANK YOU Custodians: John Hunter, Andrew Billy Columbus, Ernest Parker, Francis Simeone, John Trabucco, Robert Valk, Dean Parker, Gary Fagan, Jack Moro? Jack Quilty, Barbra Devane. Cafeteria Workers: Joan Winifred Morris, Agnes Zan- chi, Anna Frasca, Anna Emily Maude, Mary McKenna, Pigna- tieloa, Jean Lamont Grace Browne, Theres Nellie Bregoli, Ruth Ann Roth, Bes- sie G John Whitney. f" , f , 161. ' '54 HEJE EU. . The Special Needs team at Natick High conducts evaluations and designs individualized educational plans for students with special learning needs. The department includes educational testers, an adjustment counselor, teachers aides, a language therapist, part time psychologists, social workers, and physicians. Each member of the team contributes to the evaluation and makes reccommendations for the educational plans. . ,,,. V A Ms Moore smiling pretty for the camera. Mr Boyle 9 T ' .. in gh 9 M fi:'55-EQ. 1 x lf X Mr Christie Mrs Coffin "-mf Ms Moore Mrs Thomas .3 li 2 ,W if Lf .EJ -J-5 l Mr Bachini - Music Director g- Mr Houston .USJC The music department is open to a wide range of talented students. Between the Marching Band, the Jazz and Brass Ensembles, Concert Band and Choir a talented student is sure to find something he or she enjoys. To everyone involved in the music program, we extend our graditude for always keeping our spirits high. JUG. Mrs Bergmann Mrs Bergmann reflecting back. Every student who graduates from Natick High must at some time pass through N the English department. With many courses to choose from including mythology, 9' journalism and basic english, there is something to capture everyone's attention. W Mr Garnett De t. Head This organized and essential department touches every student in the school in ' - p preparation for the future. Thanks for a job well done! l A l If X X Awww, .i ff ff Mrs. Barry Mr. Bates Mrs. Bray as -1 ft 'R Ass. I-A ' ' - :gs M 19, lin 'X Y 3 A , x 1 1 , x i , ' l " ' " f 'V' Qf I . :As ' 4' '-f - f ff" 'mf K . i ' Mrs. Bregoli Mrs. Cooper Mrs. deGuzan ...af . l if Mrs. Egleston Dr. Ganong Mrs. Goldman Qxmx ,Win 1 Q, 9 rs! XQQ! 6,190 x , e - Q.-'Sri--. .'."uLUxXxs',lpN9Na04v, , ,n'a'xv.,r' 59 'i- ' 'f','.'d"..v9'2hs 1. Mrs. Horockiewicz Q 5 gm? ' 3 a S Q xr Q f. S f 4 m r 4 5 .5 f 'N 1 X Mr. Holbrook Mrs. Javier Mrs. McLoughlin Mrs. Mason Y fx ...W x 1- Mrs. McPhee Mr. Mif1T0r1 ' 'Z 3 "T'ffff Mrs. Sostek Mrs. Rosen Mrs. Simms 1 1 I EUEJHL M T U E X We congratulate the Class of l98l. ' --. Our hope is that your years at Natick Mrs. Robertson High School have been rewarding and that we have contributed to your total learning experience. The department commends you on your achievements in the classroom and in all your extra curricular activities. We were pleased to be able to sponsor out " of class activities which we hope added dimension to your high shool years. On class Day we will again give recog- nition to the most outstanding Social Studies student through the Virginia Tartakoff Award. We join with the total staff in wishing each of you success and happiness in the future. ' 972' V Vg. I7 7007 0' Ellen Robertson Dr. COTS Mr. Culhane -nv lx , L Mrs. Danker Mr. Defelice Miss Deneen The Humanities Team Mr. Dyer fd? Mr. Ghiloni "Tc1kin' it easy" Mr. Kirtgn Miss Lain Mr. Lawrence f 1" Mr. Morey N Mr. Quigley EEJ lil The science department this year welcomed two new teachersg Mrs. S. Luckey and Mr. B. McMahan, who came to us to teach biology. With the cooperation of the Industrial Arts department a potting shed is being built in the court yard so that we may expand our use of the greenhouse. This year l l95 students have wanted one of more of our l6 different courses and we are looking forward to the challenge of expanding our excellent additional offerings that the four year high school will bring. Mr. Murray .ii VE? Ar-.4 h 'PA Q W 1 ,, ,,, U E 7 Mr. Biedrzycki Mr. Bodley ilu Q f. f k Y ji P' in , ' X . if Miss Leavitt demonstrates a new aa . My b K I ' eq 4 , ,, XX X QEMNAM f Mr. Bohannon Mr. Crow MM '4 we if Miss Leavitt ,- Mrs. Mrs. Luckey Mr. McMahon Mrs. Muller Q Miss Pierce Mr. Toddeo 1 ,o - 5 r - O - Q V Q 1 QL: O Q uf' 0 9 B- Q . nazi, 0 "tai ag 5 f- ji X' rpms mf , , r "T uffy ' Y Wu' is ,Qs 1 f I "' W 54 ' if L ,- A , , , . V Y I " 'W-1 . ' 1 ,X X -Nl ,V if ,. , ,I f , . 4 A X , - Y ff' A ,X ,' I M 1 f 559 r 4 - , ,. .I Y. , .- ----.4 J, gzfbael 1 5 1f.,lf N - . f f- f-'N . Y' ' K 4 ,- Q ?N 43 A A -,, 414 Mrs, Norton Mrs. LoBossiere lil l1ElTFllHL HT lndustrial Arts at Natick High is a very active area in education. Something new is always being developed. Enthusiasm is at a very high level whether it be working on the green house, sewing for the fashion show, or creating the Art Exhibits and Festivals. We would like to give a special thanks to Mr Duval for acting as head of the department after Mr Wilder's unfortunate heart-attack. Thanks again! Mr Buduo teaching the tricks of the trade. Mr Wilder - Department E Head E Miss Talbot with dish pan hands. I ZX Mr Bourdeau Mr Buck Mr Buduo Mrs Carter Mr Ciotfi "Wm Mr Duval -cv A A x.. .1"'4'ff-w.x '15'u,f""'fX 1 'V' v'9',"Q3'KN Aw' ,I 2 "lf I had 0 hammer . . . " Getting in tune. X91 Mrs Fcrlond Mrs Ghiloni Mr LcJCouture Mr Murphy ,mu Miss Tcnlbot Ms Rogers lllullbl m unc. Quinobin Vocational School is one of the many special needs services that Natick High provides for those students who intend to go right to work after graduation. The school gives specified training in cooking, electronis, carpentry, electricity, art, and many more. This school has helped many students find a trade in which they can work and live so that their lives are made fuller for the experience that the Vocational School has provided. ,i I Wan!- Q kllllllllilill W uinobin Vocational School -.. , 1 , l Hearing the fundamentals. Going for a natural high. There's a fly in this here soup I Get PIasterdI if X . If WQQN: ,-.' nj , -7 I 23 5 2. Al 95 119 If .- 5: 7lg'5?' ff' Q' -.-.172 I- . ,,,,..... -Y I , f 1--AM-,-..A.....,,,, wa? - f-w:f,. mf1-w- - L - This is where I draw the line. ' ,wmnl I.. I I iz I I I I r I I I I A I I I I ,,....'-M J A i . 1 I X. Lv I 4- 9' J 1.-r"""' " " . y Let's play Space Invaders again. I don't know what it is either. Xu, LISHN 55 Recipient of a federal grant this year, the department has a new program entitled, "Training Tomorrow's Employers and Employees". Mrs. Joyce Coviello Cudmore has been hired as a business education aide in connection with this new grant and will be working with individual students in an attempt to solve individual f' ' X,- problems in training for jobs immediately upon graduation and for further educa- X 4 tion leading to entrepreneurship and management positions as well as specialized Mr. Drown business careers. fnrlzlv 'slay' ' 9 Mrs. Bromfield Miss Byrne Miss Cqllery .- :db Ily a., A ...API 1 .1 W ,,, .,,.-43.4. , Mi . . fl 1' , X f , ,,,f . -1.1, -Y r i y I ff" If ' : .521 . xl f" L ' I X i 9' i ,w msf we X A ,f AHL,-1.1.1-,+ ., ,, 3 MV- Cf0lQ Mrs. Kowal Mr. Mgfro f, 5 ffwf 1 ' 5 i if l Mrs. pOflSl Mrs. Philbrick Mr, Tlqiboulf CLIQQQQ ' R . Y. L., Dr. LaVergne Miss Ciannavei 'Ge ,nn ' 1 Q 1 Mr. Gaudette IL 4 ,A,,, ,,,. if 1 Mrs. Mullahy 2 ..- i LHIH LIHEE The Foreign Language Department offers every student the opportunity to acquire a second language, to learn about different cultures, attitudes, and values, and to develop an international outlook. ln addition to giving one a sense of personal satisfaction, the knowledge of a second language is a valuable skill to bring to the world of work and of leisure. Ms. DiGiandomenico Mrs. Drotar .1011 R .f KJ Mrs. Gelinas Miss Millauskas 1 f XXX' ,...-if sf Mir...-uf tqfipfggg Mrs. Welter "ln the lab" Once again, the fine members ofthe Math Department have provided students -QQQHQV' ' Wi' K w .4+fi-ff-Q-sf" fa I ,' "1 -.qt -: -7 L. " !gF-y?5wt,- X if H5 ' Q3-g Q riff '3VA,g:.: ",5mix.s:, "uf with skills to prepare them for the future. With a wide variety of courses, there is 1 , , 4 , 4 f SWL sw fue 4 25 f"f -itat' ' "' -fa "Qc so on ,, 'iiim 544604 I fl t A i 'az f-liitgllliql -I! f rfffff-L , .. . "Iii, -' "VE: If fi ' Ju 'ff' 4' 5Ilirigf'.?,kwi 5' " -5222251521-'f 322 ' ,ww 'pix .. 1 ,ti minima' " luv' something for everyone. This year, the department has received state grants enbling them to add a new feature. A math lab is being established to give the students hands-on and visual training. XX i ' ..-K V X, Miss Billett N... . Mr. Overlock as .1 1 il ,git -. v-'J K 4iK'v'S , :.' -A I 6, ,M I H l- T l:,l'5 5 1 5 :EL fig Q, . A if :liz E ii.. N 'fl -2 T ,L1 If Els , J A f ' fi" ielix ' ' 'c' f aww 1 1 4110415114 ,J:l..aRk.u 1,2 an i 5 3 L , , is ll , " 1 :.-A f .f-7' ' .. N- xx: . : J .- -. It 33, gff, "f- . 4 ff, 1 we 1 . "i1-NZ' 2 it .1-nf 'Hz vt fi 1, 2 lf: .f1Znfj1.f, I -f. we s 4,5-' fn- I .I vi .-'.,'n,ggf ,Hu I :'l".i pn, 1:p:,.f'? Q M .gzgzgffgigtigff -'gffff' 1:-'7 'FIA 2' . if l""' ' . jf, 'pw' R4 51,151 Linn 4 .3 '1.,p.f,s 1 Hpfr, ,ix A 'in 1,l fy: ,1 i , , fn H.: 1 1 .1-nn uf, ,1,.,.' , ss u 131:94 gi if hh. tm um , xl t r mm, ,mf I' 1, ' t Ml 'ff 11, uv ,, it B f3Tl"x'? U, .f s ' 3 . 4? i 2- ' 1 Q 'si 'K Ng, NH, ,W Mt-. 'vibe' F. ' .f,. -ii kg V 1134 .4 l lxf Mr. Bransfield l , , l f" l l ll X ' 4 tlg X X ls F 'Q ,I . t i L 3 ' ,L U li i . f. , V A , X 4 ,, ,, 1' I ff, ' ' V 1 ,J ff , ,if 5 f C7 Q5 , uf , ' 1 5121? , 0 W " , 4, 'MJW f' if ' -f A' , Mr. McGowan - y I 'A We, s , fe-an-u4,.,,,., V '-.,.VXV,1,',"" xt., . fag? If xx if W ' YR mls! f lg 1 ' ' 1' I li ls 'flirt " .CW .X, fl f:-1, Cf, " ,Sz i.. EW' 3 I... ff.'ff':"M I -W' i i ,'f ",,f71Jf- J irq, .W x 3 5 555 I ' - 3 1 U- '1- .' 1 ,fl ti... W, , 4 ri, A 'fXi',', ' 1 i' V g ,s Z 3 if it . ,, Aht Mr. Black Mr. Lamb Mrs. Oxman 'bi yw Mr. Kean Mr. Benson i Mr. Radelet Mr. Tupper l . V l is zfffhyyf' ,ff-f 1 4 wwf, ff - - I . 'iff of ,W , . Mr. Linsky fg E McParIand I le 'F wt ff M, 4 . . f If L I jf, ,jr-ff -t R K. - "1 K .. ,- A ' " XX . Q . mx A- . -, zgrylzfiijgl .1 NV xx, Q fi.:-2 ' f ,. B. .u i 0, ,x .- , ,Y fx ,Q 1 X ' '1 -' 3 . 'f'ff'ff i- -'f .. 5 . X l 1 ' , "Thank you Mr. Bourdeau" "Mr. B and son" "Cheeeze" " f l i 1 Xlilxg - 1 : ll! -' K. Q -. K, E M 92593 l i . .ff ' EJ- leaf l I J A " "4' " 2 ' ,, k 597, , . g""'l I I .4 X e- ff ... l "What a team" "That little itch could be telling you something" ' ' TT' " 'V' 'mf' sei A 3 L4 . , ,A ff 1 wig ' - . - 4 5 g ' . l' i it , 1 i t i f t ,..a. Q, ,, , . so NS' we 'E 1 Sri: L M Lt-1 'gf' Rl ,gfil ft , fri ' V , fl WX, e ff N ,Y .R fy? 1: n fl'-f..f.f , I M N 3 , Wig ,M J .Qian I T fly i -ilvief ,3 2 X Nflv- .W .T lilfsl ' A' t A fr I y ill l - , -AA "Easily amused" "Ms. Rogers lending a helping hand" Mr. Harrington p - v W J 'W Y . M. ,. ,- .. , QVR.-K . . V ffm 'Qi't'1 ',.-,L-. I fx .-- Q11-', ' - ' L v- x-' . -. ' - w ,, '.--U "fd- ,,-- ,-. 1-'.1-', ti. . i 1. .ly f P :'3,f',ff1u' 1 cl? f,j7' , , ,L "fa:--'---Nve. K 1 - ng 1.51.1 N, ,Q-'f4,54-7. '. sf? 'vu "'7',l'4' '1:fQ"3-" 'ff F", W-,If"f"G' N,-4-I v,?'Q ' fl -"ff " 1 v ' ' 1-Z' 'K "V, p":,5S5'fff.-'ff f.',w.- - ,vw-c"S. f.+f -, IV QQ-' 53 , V f' , .-1 ,,C1.Q,,--,'1f: "fc "fr: xg wivlixlf Ax' A x A 1- 5 xv' - f ' Y H5 "' 1, ' -"1 15151- '1 ,,,N.hf I LX-ki xx " T Aa . ' .r . .'L.g..:. hx .lm S J. 7 , , , Xf:nP,',1: IC, jf"1l.'ffgI' .-.iff-A Ji' ,fy-,u H '4 1 ' 1... . X :lf fn-.S -.QL H1.-aw.:--1, ,, V14 -Q-.,q-1,-. .1 . , 44. x . -N. . -. V . , 1 . ' Aofvd' -.QL . .'f2',':r', -if-f . J'-' tv'1u5, . 'PQX K J, QQ.-., rf' ., 'FQ vf , K.,.,,4'.X-NR' ,r X,-.Q-,Ls.14..Q A, AQ- x 1 .-X Q-31 -M xvlf. 'A '1:w..:y , A fy .'V'I' 1, -..,N u"'b3 ' X, 1,-h.. 4, . -4 0 1 1,4 Vzmmademwzamee aaaofzicl. 1981 Yearbook Staff Editor in Chief ................ Kathy Olendzenski Business Manager ............ Caryn Glazer Advisor . . Ms. Jane Rogers Cover Design .... Gabe Demelio lntro!Closing .... Chris Arnabile Faculty . . Lisa Zambarano Julie l-landrahan Clubs and Events ..........,.. Kathy Murphy Jodi Siegal Karen Manning Robin Fay The Arts .... Gabe Demelio Cheryl Janse Maryellen Edwards Sports ..... Katy Murphy Tracy Tanzar Judy Quirk Caryn Glazer Phil Fougere Ms Rogers in action. Nostalgia . . Seniors ..... Senior Week Graduation . Patrons .... Kathy Olendzenski Kathy Murphy Tracy Tanzar Katy Murphy Gabe Demelio Cheryl Janse Kathleen O'Reilly Chris Amible Kathy Olendzenski Lisa Zambarano Chris Arnabile Debby Peveri Tarnmy Kerzwick . . . .Tracy Tanzar Robin Fay Kathy Murphy Kathy Olenzenski . . . ...t. Lisa Zambarano Kathy Murphy . . . . Caryn Glazer Laura Levenson Ms. Rogers and Editor Kathy Olendzenski. ,,v-R ,Z Ile as Chris taking yearbook deposits. Kathy Murphy ,'::f ,, "Ol-lHH! Those Deadlines" Yearbook artist Gabe De'Melio "Name, Homeroorn, and Money Please!" Judy , V-9-Y., 1' l 'I ., J, ,, iw .w lr- 'x New I HQ wif N, vs.. . x, f i x i I Robin USG -V4 mf' 1 big lx Tracy's new perm ,, , ., -. . - . 1 1 Aksss S 'L . . 1 M, -ff. WM, .Q , . Ins ,M iq iyzglrm, yy? ' ' 3 12 l ' 1' l fl P il, We-A A-' e Y ? 1' If - Q ,E I -NN i 'V x .-,,-,ww K N M , . Xe. ik. -. A 1 . , 1 lxxr F , ' X 1 - if 1 - - fb. 4, J i V . The l98l Yearbook Staff Junior members Tammy and Phil. L-1 on-I -I-I L-1 L-1 01 44 Junior Executive Board - lst raw: L-R, L. Walk, C. Lane, L. Nozaretian, D. Pot- ter, R. Fox, J. Fenzel, l., Palla- dino, L. Stomper, J. Dozois, 2nd row: E. Shupert, Advisor - Mr. Duval, S. Smith, W. Burke, A. Pagliaca, R, Ven- detti, Advisor - Mr. Choffe, J. White, 3rd row: R. Collette, K. Mogasnik, I, Mavrick, M. Shea, A. Sanders, K, Keefe, M. Hughes, K. Dugan, J. Mongiacott, G. Quigley, R. Randolph, A. Stifter, 4th raw: J. Baker, P. Geishecker, J. Becker, M. Ellenbogan, B. Clancy, G. Chicani, J. Erilch, B. Memishiam, G. Spezzano, B. Ahern The Sophomore Ex- ecutive Board has been busy this year organiz- ing and raising funds for the class of '83. We have had several suc- cessful fund raisers. A Christmas holiday raf- fle was held with prizes such as a guitar, a clock radio and even a cake. We had a very successful Easter can- dy sale. Chocolate eas- ter bunnies were sold as well as candy bars. The Executive Board has also been involved in production of a springfsummer fashion show, selection of class rings, plans for the l982 JuniorfSenior prom, and collection of class dues. Although hampered by erratic attendance at meet- ings, in all, the board has been quite produc- tive. Junior Executive Board Officers, President - Wally Burke, Vice President - Antionetta Pagliaca, Secretary - Sherri Smith Treasurer - Robin Venditti Sophomore Executive Board- lst Row: L-R, L. Lutfy, L. Fitzpatrick, K. Brown, M. Sheridan, D. Aurrillio, M. Meckslovien, T. Defiore, C. Polluck, J. Early, 2nd row: J. Gaward, M. Joachim, E. Sanders, J. Drew, W. Elia, K. Pearlman, J. Schaffer, L. Twomley, M. Kelly,J Zirlen, C. Cameron, D. Forte, 3rd row: Advisor- Ms. Riordan, A. Potash, S. Reardon, D. Porter, J. Fleming, R, Perry, T. Myerson Sophomore Executive Board Officers, President - Scott Gilbert, Vice President- Rebecca Sage, Secretary - Laura Lutfy Treasurer - Chris Mingace 1 ..-'Ja First Semester Student Council, Vicki Bernstein, B. Black, J, Black, T. Bottner, K, Brock, J. Brown, L. Carroll, D. Chaflin, E. Checani, E. Coll, D. Crovo, S. Diamond, P, Dininio, G. Doherty, S. Ehrlich, P. Filledes, D. Fisher, J. Fitzpatrick, J. Foley, K. Furey, M. Gately, Adam Gilbert, M. Gilbert, M.S. Goldberg, D. Gomes, T. Greenwood, R. Harris, V. Hershman, A. Hurwitz, J. Kelly, L. Levenson, R. Linscott, T. Mahoney, T. Manna, J. McWeeney, F. Merlin, K. Murphy, K. Murphy, K. Murphy, Stacy Nathan- son, K. Olendzenski, L. Ordway, K. O'Reilly, H. Perlstein, J. Porter, R. Robinson, W. Rubenstein, D. Shapiro, J, Siegal, L. Sinclar, G. Smith, R, Southwick, N. Spezzano, J. Stone, L. Strasner, T. Tanzar, L. Trifiro, J. Venezia, R. Wagman, S. Wallace, S. Waxler, D. White, D. Abbott, L. Hendrickson, K. Tyman, C. Wallace, B. Ahern, John Baker, R. Bram, John Becker, M, Burns, C. Crohan, S. David, C. Fasano, B. Hoyt, M. Hughes, L. Kachadorian, C. Kim, D. Kirschtel, S. Kreada, C. Lane, C. Leary, V. Lee, A. Lindsay, K. Magasanik, J. Margil, A. McNamara, B. Memishian, L. Morriss, L. Polladino, A. Paglucia, P. Romstrom, A. Sanderson, T. Soros, S. Smith, A. Stifter, D. Thistle, R. Venditti, D. Winer, L. Wolk, V. Wonrib, C. Yarger, A Yorks, S. Zobair, A. Naros, P. Geishecker, R. Anper, D. Barrett, J. Billo, R. Boudreou, S. Cohen, J. Cote, L. Crovo, K. Dufficy, B. DeGrut'tola, L. Edson, J. Dobis, W. Elia, L. Fitzpatrick, S. Gilbert, B. Glass, K. Grady, S. Harrington, A. Herson, M. Joachim, J. Johnson, K. Lally, J. Kreda, S. Kessler, H. Lee, C. Lindsay, L. Lutfy, J. Mangini, M. Motzilevich, P. Manna, D. Marshall, R. Moreau, T. Myerson, M. Oppenheim, M. Packer, K. Pearlman, A. Potash, E. Sanders, M. Sanderson, C. Schellenberg, L. Shapiro, G. Siegel, K. Smith, Riechmann, M. Welwnsky, M. Wheeler, W. Yarkin, D, Aurillo, Gale Sostek - visor The Student Council of l98O-8l was an active, ambitious organization. The council held two dances, in October and May, the second featuring four Natick High seniors. In March the Council brought "The Graduate" to Natick High. The Student Council also worked with outside organizations, hold- ing two very successful Bloodmobiles and participating in the March of Dimes' WalkAmerica. An outstanding characteristic of this year's Student Coun- cil was its dedication to upholding student rights. ln Novem- ber the Student Council organized an Anti-Proposition 2V2 committee to distribute leaflets throughout the town and to carry signs on election day. And in April some members of the council attended a student rally in Boston to voice their opposition to Proposition 2V2. To raise money for scholarships the Student Council sold food and coffee at Adult education classes, sold buttons created by the students themselves, and held a very success- ful magazine drive. The result was four Sl 50 scholarships for the graduating seniors. Student Council Officers and Advisor, L-R, Treasurer - John Baker, Vice President - Vicki Bernstein, President- Adam Gilbert, Recording Secretary - Stacy Nathanson, Secretary - Linda Barrett, Advisor - Gale Sostek jgl Two Student Council volunteers running the con- cession stand. Ft- Ft- 10 0+ Fi- il 31:1 Ft- ff l-no pi-an .2 U o in L- o r: o GS C O 33 NJ 1 .2 o o in L-1 o : o rcs s: .Q 4-I fri L .Q u O rS DO nal o .Q 4-v CU The 1981 National Honor Society CLASS OF 1981 ilnducted, l980l Linda M. Barrett Melissa A, Bassett Erik P. Belt Vicki Bernstein Tammy Bottner Edward A. Bove Carol M. Brocklebank Diane Cabo John Cavanaugh Julie Daigle Phyllis Dininio Gregg Doherty Stephen Ehrlich Dean Abbott Ann Collari Scott Diamond Douglas Flutie Stephen Hooley Charles Katziff Mary Kushmerick Elaine Ambrose Carol Bartels Mary Burns Gregg Checani Bryan Clarey Trudy Lee Coffin Renee Collette Cynthia Crohan Kathleen Cummings Christina Demasi Glen Devane Kelli Dugan James Ehrlich Michael Ellenbogen Joan Fenzel Rachael Fox Michelle Grady Elizabeth Harding Daniel Heafey Clara Kim Susan Kredo Linda Farrington James Fitzpatrick Jennifer Foley Anne Forance Kimberly Foulke Steven Freilich David Freniere Evana Gerstman Adam Gilbert Myles Gilbert Michael B. Goldberg Michael S. Goldberg Steven Handelsman CLASS OF 1981 CLASS OF 1982 Lawrence Harding Nancy lrvvin Jean Kelly Swati Lele Peter Markau Laurie Pocher Robert Reilly Leslie Schneider Deborah Shapiro David Shedd Lisa Trifiro Carol Wallace Sheryl Waxler Kenneth Weitzman Susan Natanson Howard Perlstein Jonathan Rich Nancy Spezzano Jay Stone Jeffrey Thomas John Westercamp David G. White Jessica Ladd Beth Landry Cathy Lane Margaret Madzar Kerry Magasanik Patricia Mahoney Nancy Mason Barry Memishian Linda Merullo Laurie Miller Craig Millett Lisa Nazaretian Karen Plummer Donna Potter Steven Ruiter Tracy Saras Susan Tota Robin Venditti Karen Webber Alan Weinburg Anne Marie Weldon F' 2' mf Y K' is G if J? Irllvl w lll' J. 7 National Honor Society seniors. X t John Henning, the guest speaker. "Fitz, what are you spiking that punch with??" .5 S 'W 'X ' x tv S ' Students For Political Action, lst row: L-R, Phyllis Dinninio, Linda Barrett, Elaine Coll, Debbie Shapiro, Vicki Bernstein, Stacy Nathanson, 2nd row: Erik Belt, Jeff Porter, Adam Gilbert, .left Black, Ken Brack .1 ,www What did you say, Paul Amabile wants to go out with me? Board of Education. ' 27 .E ,V 55 We Student Advisory Board to School Committee, L-R, Phyllis Dininio, Adam Gilbert, Vicki Bernstein, Jeff Porter, .left Black Students for political ac- tion advised by MR. Culhane is a group of stu- dents interested in politics and government. With this years election they had a lot to do and were very ac- tive. They divided their sup- port evenly trying to help all canidates. The group was also very active in the anti Prop. 2V2 movement. All in all We had a very produc- tive year and are ready to welcome next years mem- bers. Myles Gilbert and .left Porter, Student Advisory Counsel to State The student advisory board is a group ot stu- dents interested in the wel- fare ot the the Natick pub- lic school system. These tive activists represent the student body of Natick High. They attend all school committee meet- ings, voicing our veiws and bringing back the decisions that atfect Us. Their efforts are greatly appreciated. 10 Ft- il i F1- ii use U5 '1 A-I i-11 oi 4-J Oi -I-I i ollll -LJ urn -I-I fi The Competitive Speech Team advised by Gerald Dyer, began their l98O season with an encouraging display of strength at a national invitational tourna- ment held at St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Among the victors at Saint Joseph's was senior team president Debbie Shapiro, who took first place in both Dramatic Performance and Origin- al Oratory. The team went on from Philly to qualify thirteen students for the National Catholic Forensic League Championship held in N.Y. City. To end the year, the Natick Speech Team triumphed over their rival school Milton Academy to win the Mass. Foren- sic League State Championship for the second year in a row. Four Natick High students became state champions in their categories, thus qualifying for the Grand National Forensic League Championship in Salt Lake City, Utah: seniorJ. Porter, boys extempor- aneous speaking, junior L. Johnson, dramatic inter- pretation, and junior J. Ladd, girls extemporaneous speaking. Other seniors taking honors at the state tournament were E. Belt, L. Farrington, M.l3. Gold- berg, D. Press, and S. Waxler. THE TEAM - Club Advisor - Gerald Dyer, President- Debbie Shapiro, Vice President-Jessica Ladd, Secretary-Tracy Saras, Treasurer -Jeffrey Porter, Roma Southwick, Gayle Siegel, Tina Parker, Maura Daly, Jean Kelly, Debbie Press, Elaine Coll, Jean Gooding, Sheryl Waxler, Michael Joachim, Lisa Johnson, Allan Ball, Dean Abbott, Renee Collette, Michael B. Goldberg, Scott Gilbert, Stephen Nole, James Keohane, Neil Keohane, Eric Belt, Carol Barterls, Clara Kim, Lauren Murphy, Larry Cooperman, Meg Madzar, Dede Porter, Chrissy Cameron, Anne Marie Weldon, Renee Schwalsberg, Jennifer Early, Lisa Harding, Heidi Halpern, Theresa Pierce, Regina Pratt, Steven Cohen, Beth Glass, Andrea Herson, Karen Dufficy, Cathy Schellenberg, Bambi Hugard, Phil Fougere ' P"T""'7'd . i. - 1, tr 2 T i' 5 1. . is ITN -17, The l98l Ski Club, under the direction of Ms. Jane Rogers, made one trip this season. Waterville Valley was the scene for 3 days of fun and spring skiing conditions when the group stayed at the Gateway Condominiums, in the town of Waterville. The Gateway's facili- ties included an indoor heated pool, sauna, game room and movies, all of which the club took advantage, when the second day of the three day trip got rained out. Each member of the group was issued a pass for a tree day of skiing later on in the season. R5 Q . ' 4, .in . 3 5 i l i 49 QI E E U m E E U 2 A E' cr E c. E' U' F2 c. E' cr 2 c. 'E 5' Oi L-1 Ol .Z 1i.'J The Natick high school marching bond has been hard working and active this year. They got right into the swing ot things by performing at this years first pep rally. They march- ed right into the football season working long afternoons and Satur- days making perfect the drills and pre-game and halt time perform- ances. At mid year the marching band turns into the concert band. Immediately beginning rehearsal for the candlight concert in Decem- ber. They pertormed their annual concerts at the three junior highs. Getting ready for next year the junior and sophomore members will play at class day and graduation exercises. Y- performing at the pep rally mug.-1 'lil F5 ' ' "'5""Q1' 41.94 ,v..4i, HU' ,d I Q 5 1' ei ' f- ' A I I .l Y' will -95-5 -.Z?.:'f' fiir .- f uv' 1 f ,' A ' .. ! ,.! 1 . 4 in E ' ' ' ' . 5- -'i---!A- -ir li," " Vik- ra- 43' T: . - ""5"l'lJ" iff-mi t V ' H . 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Mr. Houston fcomplete with his inimitable hatl was presented with the Pad- dington Bear Look-Alike award, to the delight and amusement of all. Finally, the Chamber Singers iwith Mrs. Bergmann on the ivor- iesl returned to the stage in their show-choir debut, dressed in their jazzy new "red and whites." The Percussion Band: G. Siegal, P. Kates, H. Chapin, Conductor M. Thomas, H. Pearlstine, R. Press, M. Rierdon, J. Kates, D. Abbot, A. Hurwitz. X 5 lst row L-R, K. Plummer, R. Auble, N. Mason, H. Diamond, S. Kreda, E. Gerstman, T, Oleary, L. Johnson, J. Daigle. 2nd row L-R, L. Farrington B. Bilodeau A Nanos, J. Sturniolo, D. Brackley, K. Vandermtvk, G. Brown, R. Parker, S. Morris, C. Johnson, J. Burwick, L. Miller, J. Kreda, 3rd row L-R' A. Weinberg Anne Weldon, J. Holtzman, D. Howe, M. Brackley, K. Egan, T. Daly, M. Coppelloti, R. Greenfield, G. Checani, D. Moynihan, Dan Difuiio, L. Harding D. Antrobus J Gowofd, E. cecana, K. Lally, M. Daly. 4th row L-R, P. Kqies, A. Hurwitz, D. Abboii, H. Perlstein, T. Powers, P. oagaondomensco, M. Reichman i.. weinsfodlt' Zamaret, R. Press, S. Peirce, D. Schiff, J. Adams, T. Untersee, M. Goldberg, T. Curtin, J. Kates. I ' ' 51 "1 F1- -1 Ui U1 U1 'Q -I-I -I-I Ill-ll lil VJ L.. ii:- Ll-1 VJ L.. , . wwe..-Dv-...WD . all Ecjisgern Cl'1orusAMembers. KI-rl Shelly Morr, Ben Morse, Coneert Choir officers. -fl-rl Jon Kotes, Ben Morse, Leo Stomoulis, Alon Boll, '50 0 0500, JESSICO Lodd. Missing from picture: Llso Johnson, Alon Davidson. 5 . . f Ji J if J ln i i C-If W' District Bond. ist row B. Degruttolo, J. Deigle, N. Mason. 2nd row J. Kcites, A. Hurwitz, S. Morris. Northeastern District Chorus Members: ist row: J. Adorns, A. Boll, B. Morse. 2nd row: J. Gooding, M.B. Goldberg, K- Plummer, J. Lodd, S. Morr, S, David. Missing from photoi S. Nole, N. Keonone, A, Davidson, L. Johnson. The Chamber Singers: kneeling, A. Davidson, J. Adams, K, Plummer, M.B. Goldberg, J. Gooding, J. Kates. Standing: S. Smith, A. Ball, C. Cameron, B. Morse, S. Marr, J. Ladd, L. Johnson, N. Keohane, C, Zaniboni. l ,-1. NHS CONCERT CHOIR Karen T. Bergmann Conduc- tor, John Adams Jrf, Alan Ball', Christine Cameroni, Carol Campbell, Elaine Coll, Joyce Coll, Annette Cormier, Steven David, Allan David- son', Michele Dolbec, Mar- garet Eliason, Kimberly Foulke, Susan Giargiari, Michael B. Goldbergl, Jean Goodingk, Sara Griffey, Mar- garet l-lancock, Mary Beth Hannon, Andrea Herson, Rachel Jasinski, Lisa John- sonl, Jonathan Katesl, Scott Katz, Neil Keohanei, Lori Kil- roy, James Knight, Jessica Ladd', Joseph Mangini, Shel- ly Marri, Nancy Melanson, Benjamin Morsek, Stephen Nole', Karen Plummerk, Di- ane Porter, David Powers, Angie Pritzler, Scott Rear- don, Tracy Saras, Cathy Schellenberg, Sharon Smithf, Lea Stamoulis, Judi Venezia, Anna Watler, and Cyndi Zanaboni fl The Concert Choir at The Candle Light Concert. 3' 5-D S wfi I QU S1 LIP 93 1.1 ll'-l ir ElZ '38 VJ on Ne SSB. Sa an E N rcs U0 G5 CD CU N OH S561 '61 Nl-GGVG Your Mark" A once whispering world meets your life, pounding like the waves that threaten an island. and Atlanta children cannot laugh as white hooded racists pretend, what do they wish to defend? What do you - The individual, an osprey near extinct under the wing of a narcisstic mirage, and El Salvador peasants drown as the continuing chess game politic obscures our lives, those militaholics - and silence is condolence Of guarded machinery engulfs time, stealing those dreams, molded seasons of cost and scurrylings about the street empty an ancestral native vision sails tolled, bitter drunks fall and wander lost, where are you? Where are you? beating those wings against the gale, or snug with crowded flock, l'm going to sail leaving only memories, the world wails and greets me, and the threat makes this spine tingle. "Sonnet I" lt is with you I dare to be myself. l'm able to shed all pretense and shame Taking my inner most feelings from deep Beneath the shelf. l can avow my envies, hates, vicious sparks by Playing no game. So many times l've looked to you Knowing you'll understand those contradictions that lead Others to misjudge. Your love always helps to see me through Commiserating passionately over a box of fudge. lt is with you l can share my hopes and dreams, To come to you for company to talk for just a while Making days brighter than it always seems You're there when needed most with an encouraging Word or a friendly smile. l've shared with you a world of special things l've learned from you the precious joys that only friendship brings. Ken Brcck Tammy Parker ,, F .. ,K ,gtg M h ig gdb Mrs. Barry - Advisor lst row: L-R, Sue Frieda, Lisa Wolk, Anita Wanos, 2nd row: Dan Shanus, Ken Brock, Gabe DAmelio, ic ae o erg l 10 Ft- "1 it l-1 ll f'f "'1 n-me 'zu F1- "1 u-nu -1 fi L-4 -I-I L-1 hi Ol -I-J L-1 -I-J Ln l TJ '7 NV' 'K VNNJIS awe H xvzf' president- Lesli Palladino, vice-president- Stephanie Hottleman, secretary - Kathy Olendzenski, treasurer-Gabe D'Arnelio, Cheryl Janse, Katy Murphy, Peter Dugan, Cathy Ciccarelli, Tricia Cook, Mellissa Basset, Helen Downs, Allison Osgood, Ramma' SouthvYICl1, LUUVU T0mUS9fTl, Ed Bove, Sue Kreda, Beth Morey, Bill Landesman, Andrew Owen, Janice Luisi, Allan Seymour, and Lisa Wolk. Advisor - Miss P0UlIf1. ' QQ X 1, x The l98l Planetarium Radio 81 Photography Club consists of a number of talented students within the high school. These stu dents gathered weekly over the course of the year to discuss new techniques and share ideas with one another. This group was directed by Mr. Jameson who always had something new to teach the members of the club. 4 A X The l98l Bermuda Bunch, consisting of twenty junior and senior girls, along with chaperones Mrs. Carter and Miss DiGiandomenico spent a week in sunny Bermuda over the April vacation. The group stayed at the Bermudiana Hotel and enjoyed the beautiful beaches surrounding them. The girls enjoyed swim- ming, sunning, exploring and buzzing around on mopeds during the day along with dancing, dining and enjoying the night life during the evenings. . A 'Y 4 1,-f-F--M1 "-e-wW,,,.....,,,v,.-.Me .,,,,, , . swf WWW . Y- Y V J f . . .Q rw ga H ' l l3'33'1l'TT 'i"T The beautiful Bermudiana Hotel. 5... Lesli Palladino enjoying the sun at Tammy Parker, Diane Cabo and Tracie poolside. Manna sitting pretty by the pool. A ,H ,bin ,,,.aP" if ' Q5 ..,.. h . rpg'-x 'QQ Q.. i - . .5'-.-fp k Q - ' f' . ' 1 X Brenda Tiberi and Janet McQueeney catching rays on the beach. pc,-hes were plenfjful fl-,cf week!! 58 ff,-wa X, if f x , ,,ff"t"" .V-f , ,A .,-f'?'Q.f ,ffg i rx. lst row: L-R, J. Defiore, M. Marquez, C. Mingrace, 2nd row: T. DeFiore, J. Baker The International Stu- dents Club is a group of students who share an in- terest in other countries. This year the club discus- sed cross-cultural experi- ences and student ex- change programs. We had the pleasure of listening to two Natick High School students tell of their per- sonal experiences with the Amigos de las Americas program. In addition, the International Students Club published a newspap- er called "The Globe Trot- ter", which featured a vari- ety ot articles on foreign food, fashion, and travel. The club welcomes all new members. 4 .i 545. -:rx Fred Meurlina, exchange student from Sweden. Alex Porta, exchange student from Argentina. lst row: L-R, S. Zobair, M. Zullo, A. Kanal, B. Landsman, R. Southwick, L. Mandozzi, 2nd row: Adviors-Ms Riordan and Ms, DiGiondomencio, E. Coll, J. Dobis, M. Noonan, D. Cabo, M. Kushmerick The Natick high school credit union is a banking in- stitution within the school. Students can open accounts', cash checks, and even take outa loan. It is conveniently located in front of the nurses office, Supervized by Mr. Thi- bault, students interested in banking or business volunteer their free periods to run the credit union. New accounts and volun- teers are always welcome. 59 1 s 1-5 '1 in Fl- is i r-r CD -1 Fl' ll p-1 f-i- f-r U1 L. FG .Q E2 va TE r: ws .Q E VJ TQ 'G :: as cn .Q .E-3 Vi CI G5 .Q E L2 C C7 99 5 EL cn E C7 cn 92 D 9.1 Q. U3 E' cs' an :s El U1 E U L SD '15 1 I NK' X "X 4 ' f, 'T-K.l,Y'QV '14f'1L". 5, XX- -1, jc?" 7 1 f 'I L gtxx .7 4, 1 7xv:f4Q'X,f 2 4 1 v fn LGU Au- a7"v Y. 1 A C x S J 'I 'Qzarjl .,x,. lbs i W, :X g - -'ar 4-v lvxx, ,rl fx 'ku .sift A FY 'I x .xvg v . 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Just when you have it they soy I'm sorry You've got to earn your keep. You say you're better They say you are the same. Then what's it matter You're just a pawn in the game. You try something new. You try something unseen. But it's just what they tell you, A pawn can't take a queen. So as it happens. You're just a pawn in the game. Tom Hanson 64 The Blue Flame Flickering in a subtle glow The blue flame Lights the path For those who are lost and need a guiding light. lt is not fiery yillow. or orange, with the power To perpetrate fatal, warlike destruction. But bringing promises of peace, The blue flame serenely radiates The hope of millions for a brighter future. Elaine Coll The Feeling . . . Of time rushing past. So quickly - too quickly! Many friends will soon leave To go out on their own, Bringing closer thoughts of my future. Senior year rushes to meet me, College just around the corner. l feel . . . As if I'm sprinting through the days Out of breath, wanting to slow the pace. Slow the hours to minutes To savour each mote fully, To postpone the future - Scared of what will come, The changes I may not like. l wish . . . for everyone ond everything to remain the same, To keep the closeness, The affection of my friends for tine to stand still lf not, Than for life always to be as good - as now! Sue Chaet Waiting For Sunrise I Squint at the slaps as the breeze whips my hair about my face I listen as waves crash head on with the shore Each crash - part of me torn, ripped by claws in inner caves. I'm held in place by your cold steel bars My feelings never chance to escape this prison held within by your key. Shaking from the cold, into the fetal position My body curls, SCREAMING from the torturing ache. My soul once shone brightly: Now, destroyed by your hate, burns without a flame. Driven to crawl, to plead - Fettered by chain links now secured. struggling 'till limp I fall - My grotespuely-hollow eyes staring at streams of the morning light as the surf washes across my body. Lisa DePalo Fame As I walked out upon the stage I wondered was this fame, The crowd, the applause, the outrage, I wished it wasn't like a game. The seats were now empty, what a shame. And I asked myself was this for me? No one was here who knew my name, ls this what fame was supposed to be? The spotlight shines in my eyes so l can't see, My mind has wandered to a distant place, Has forte instilled this emptiness in me. As I sit here in this lonely place? Someday I will find a way ta bring The lonliness out of me while I sing. Nancy Spezzano The art of drawing is an art in itself lt's not something you learn from a book on a shelf. It is a talent that must come naturally Because drawing cannot be learned mechanically. There are different types of art. Some of which you cannot tell apart. And people ask "What is that?" But there needn't be reason behind its format. In there art, artists can reflect best the times amd themselves Just as well as any history book an a shelf I hope that someday soon, with hard work and luck My artwork will get me much needed bucks. But money isn't what makes a piece of art, lt's value is what comes from the artists heart. Gabe D'Amelio N NX l"MmNxNNx , l Nvw.-NNN x N 59- 7 hmm E? N H. ll ly ww' 3 xx !,a,,,w 'l - 5 ll' l 5 , xii XX xx NN :QS +1-Q-mxxewwv X f, f if g if 2 W Q --., f Y Z 3 f z 5 f I W ,. QM, 1 f ,' Y 45. 1 , 5 f X l' sf. 5 f , X I fiA' f,,-F5 :fl xlr l f 1, , lf zf,- fwfr" fr K eff -'--" ef 'Zin ,f, V 'ff-lik! .H 151, L?' f '.n-ig! .al-. Cathy Ciccarelli - Watercolor ASIA , v h 'S Q, 'Q ,- l g' A 5211 A " fm' q t- ' 4 .' V ',: ,S-E" aw fiU2..l 3: - 'fair E115 'T' ' -Sgt-l'wkp::-V' "4 4 3, f'-0' .. ' ff' 've "'.w-1 ' .,,.,q1, - riff- 'pw-. , ' Lesh Palladlno - Charcoal L - l " . ' ,. ,r"IgQ,g, 'T' ' ' V .- -l .4f:m..,.,. , , . X ' l 5' uh U-'-fcgfa'-Q35 -5-fu 'f r' , -I If V V !,' ' 4 ' , V 'gym' 'n'-4-.L l I: 1-A .Rl ' ,E 1 A-ef Q "-I ..., . it I ' nr' slfffnn Lf". -pr f ' 19' "'f'f' Y 'ini Ulu' 'Q'f"""'-7. . ur' ' ' 5 ,J . r 1 1 ' - V ,' W ' I are , - N - A A ' , ,. E ffl!! I " " .Z -.j b'l'faf-,4:4 w-Q. Aff 'A' -' K '7' ' 7.574 ' film A lg , , ,1 , .5- 'xi ' " qc. I .. 1 . fgff.. x J.. ' . xxavf r P ' '2"',af' V -- . f Q., ,,,,.bQ.-.wQf.l.7,'. " . ' '-" rrp' -- . , -vw l Qyjlflaffgqf , in , If ,., W ,A I 'f p' ' r,-,x, 'fx I ' 7 - , +I, it-xi ' '. a . V - '-V' I A' Q . C Agxl' if -f f ' ' ?'1',sJ,---' - I - Cheryl Jahse - Oil Paint Peter Dugan - Oil Paint X.. -Q X r 4 or . I E Wx Lo or-K . gy, Gabe D'Amelio - Tempera Points cover artist's seh'-portrait N f wi 2- f J- 35 -Ying .Fari- . ff - r like A Q -' +1'?: Cheryl Janse - Acrylic Paints Lesli Palladino - Mar kers Stephanie Hottleman - Watercolor 1' J. .M fi ' Q4 f 'T' sqm Pg x Laurie Wyner - Watercolor 67 68 Q mfm W W f m U 'L ive + - l y I of , '. ' Y I if V k j W N ii M fi M 0 5? iv X i f T X ' f - E5 7 fir ff , I 201 N 1 f wi AW 1, r.. if ,iff W f .VV xl . K XZ N MXN Shri V X j fn Mfg N ' fx fx .Qi 1 3 I , Y-. i W 12, 4. QE , .-w A ,Q ...M- , , ., Y, 'ZW U .. 61 , 1 ' fi ' ' X Lesli Paliadino hard at work. , , X i f ,i 0 5 , 6? '54 A I was sure I hid my 51,000 in here somewhere! '75 1 A 4, if , 2 , rg V ' A 1 . r ff N ' X " A X ' I ' 5 u. ' I 1 , , ,, 'I 3 , f ,i au ' I 'ffl ' 1 16 1, , ' A ,A hu 4. E, . , ffyli, I V ,Uh ,NA . ,f 11 "R A , ' " ' I '-, HV! 'Q ' i " " f'UT:f K M 44' nl I I ' 4,.h'?3 .1 , f ,if fu U ff' "N r Jfwf, ,N . 4 . Y - ' . - 1 ,r A '1 A ,f,',,, " ., K 7' H "f- I " ,VJ W .,.:, ' .ffl :Nj 4 ' It X. rm ' - ll ,' ' , . . , , , ,Q N if " , ll -1 ' rn nr Q" ' 4 if z, I1,.,- '49,. ' ' x Not a bad job of faking a picture. ,gp '7' 'mir i Warren wears safety glasses to achieve that studious look. so , f i- 1 Y ,ri ws' - 4, L D 'radii - .. . ,Q , y fgi'-'11 ,fix .c f f f 3514! , . 1 .,, A- 5 -iii? 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'T' It f 4. .' A , , 3 F NJ.,- -r v' 4 V ...1 E ,, , ,, ,rum , N QF' gf 59' ' 1 MS' Y I 3- -A . F", . 11 ,i. I .. .' ,,- i x is G N- ' 'e-- . 3,65 'fx ix i -1 X, V Au fi-5. ,' V '-, N10 X xx ' . .3 va S x xi A .1 I I' I I - 1 nf- 'S "'..-v,.4 . -fx -'.-.. , N "',' A," FJ' 'G nf exft' .,L',-',':,'qx"L. M X x,' :'.-4 xvl'-K1 fn". -.,'.- v, n 11.1 Y:-A,.,A,L.': . , '?,ffA,1Cfq,1..f:Y -.A.. KJ" .--xq4,, vt, r ,, . A 4,--x,-,Z Q.- Q - - .Aigrt ' "1 ' 'gm .bk jx M., 1.31 '--.r - , . .' '- -. " :x".r' , .,-4. 'KR ."14,--I if ". I Rh., if. F 1 I .50 Vx - ! I f Spam: wwatwaffqmabeademmada wg WWW? 4606504 WWW? ae!!-fzefmmzemwl f lNQW!4l!QZWfKm r 9 9 1 ep , , 5 s" X QH Wmvm . U I.. 4a,..f.'fJ, 1 -i ' . f . , Q ' " V - . ' 1- V .' fw- L.J',gAfL4j,, 2 . ' . A , I . 5 1: ,gf -if'--,U . lst row- R. Costello, D. Williams, C. Wolf, D. Hartwell, S. Hooley, A. Giovannes, J. Cooke, D. Flutie, B. Murphy, J. Thomas, A. Engle, D, Brogan, P. Franciose, K. Dowd, B. School. 2nd row-J. Denaro, W, Plachy, D. Thornquist, M, MocGregor, C. D'Antonio, G, McGrath, D. Haddad, F. Santucci, L. Harding,J, Whitney, J. Webb, J. Holland, G. Powers, M, Skinner, C. Gavin, M. Wiles. 3rd row-T. Hopkins, R. Zanchi, J. Peterson, T. Brown, T. Kirby, J. Larracey, D. Wright, D. Morrill, P, Mahoney, T. Mack, J. Kane, T. Hanswell, R. Slattery, B, Sidrnan, D. Tolson. 4th row - J, Guernelli, T. O'Callahan, K, Donahue, D. Rudloff, J Fitzpatrick, G. Hope, K, Witzell, C. Millett, R. Bolton, C. Quilty, C. Chase, S. Meedles vieya-' 5549 we A Wave of Red. Tri Capt. Doug Flutie puts one through. if - . W J W if ,ii .1 5 ai9i'iiW'.. J i .2 -f 'E w T' ll ll it J it Q . .. ii l nga.. ar J' . ,S , y , yy , YA In T ,, ..,.. . ., .,.. ,E J ' . g . J ,R t t-P .ghd f'jf-Fr.. F . r " ' if . f n, .. 34 . y x me A M , x 5' W - in-we-um? , L f..f N .VK ,K - .,, - 43 L Lv, A . V I V ,h f l - ., ,, - 5 3 ff L ' N ' Q., , . .11 ei- 'Q ilu 'J 'X " .,.. .,.. . J f 0 " ' .V J , ' A . .i.' ' ., it 4 1 -f ,' f' ' NL.. .3 I .y b . . -f ' X' f ,:..,g,::'. 'LJ 1-.,-- ' - T k if. L. 1551. ' """ ' .J 'i1'1' A fight for the ball. L JP T QM T N The l98O Redmen held their first official meeting, led by Coach Lamb and captains Cooke, Flutie, Perry, and Thom- as, on Sunday night August 24th. The following week was one of grueling work, in 90 temps, for up to 6 hours a day. The team never stopped working until November 27, a cold Thanksgiving Thursday, when they left the grayness of Bowditch field with a big victory over Framingham South. ln between there were many ups and downs, the big win in the opener against Waltham, to the loss of 2 of our 4 captains to injuries. But through it all there was one thing this team refused to do. The team refused to give up one ounce of effort, they refused to give less than l lO'Xs. This the varsity football team of i980 rose above and played like true champions all season long. Mr gb g at ff w y J N5-Q Naticks line holds its ground Curfew? . . . Steelers . . , Last Time Seniors . .. Tripples ... Dr. Bombay ... Sunday Practice?? ... Holly ... Part- ners ... Trout ... Thanks Brian Summers in the wgtrm . . . Hell Bent for Elec . .. Thanks Coaches ,. . J ,K A K ..- . Th 3' . J'Pregarne+ Roses - Competitionl?l Sweet .- Sixteen, The Dungon, Who Won? Wellesley Wetness? Blue Eyed Peas, Chinese fire drills, "MWAHA" go for it "Pep PilIs" og stell, J points, HPYTHC-JV!! Merge, This Game Means Alot watch the clock, Last time at - - - Co Capt. N. Irwin, Co Capt. M. Bassett, A. Vaughan, D. Schollard, S. Ciccarelli, L. Fortier, E. Shupert, D. Fair, avlonwouf' Naemorles' Thanks for every Eaul, L. Deangelis, M. Sullivan, M. Gately, Coach - Miss Krech, T. Tanzar, T. Cook, J. Dozois, N. Ing ISS FEC . c ormick -A 1 .. 1 Q" fN HI A NN J , Q,-' L xx' Q A chorus line Victory on Thanksgiving Day J ' f tfll . 4.-:ffl Wy .' -,MM ffl i - Q. " 1 fr -' 25496115 "'9Wj"2 ,,, R. Kadlik, R. Fay, J. Glorioso, L. Porter, K. Walsh, B. Beaton, L. Larwence, S. Martain, E. Walk, J. OH the WOF pCll'l'1lll Siegal W W llllE iran A r f lk "say cheese" A. Collari, F. Haywood, L. Samia, L. Aten, D. Worthington, L. Pocher, H. Schmidt 1 .,,N TV. li l'1,. -.o qv we did itl N Friction?l Who Us? Smile! Bay States . . . Oh so much for that. Maybe next year Bus Rides, Rallies, Competitions, 4 firsts, Turkey Day . . . will we ever feel our toes again?! ittt' ss sssooo cccoooldd - new costumes . .. fittings . . . OUCHI The Pins! Thanx Mr. Houston - Carol - moms and Dads. The l98l Flag girls helped to inspire the Natick Redmen to a winning season. Lead by Laurie Poucher, the squad of eight performed at every game during the season. Much hard work and enthusiasm was put into the half time shows which were enlightened by the girls. Thanks to them the shows were more colorful and morelsuccessful at keeping the spectators in their seats. -. . "li NIH' 7 f 1+ '. .5 " 5 Fuitvlftxafl 1- .. 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":V'l'.Lf 7 ,- .V N YW., V ., .' ,f'j'kz:,,'i? ,..5fAgg.yfl:.Z? f " i rg ..,,1.j :Ml .W ,T-j g , . 1 y ' N! 1 , - ...ly - -f . :N-1' sink ,Wk iq, First row l to r: R. Crockford, J. McWeeney, P. Amobile, Co-coptoins M. Long ond D. Freniere, J. Rich, R. Robison, M. 'WT-A 'J Goldberg, l.. Strosner. Second row l to r: B. King, G. Nevins, B. Johnson, B. Drew, G. Devone, W. Burke, T. Klein, T. Prigrnore, J 1 J. McLe-on, Cooch Fronk Conte. x 'X , ,. A Tumble. .4 ' .. , ,. 4 ' . . . .1 - "" ' F rf.. ., V Wm. ' . V 9. ,.....,., Q ,., . ww., ,. , '- . A , . , V' p.. 55.3, ,Q " -1 - gg 5 4 , I J. r ,y xi. 'wif 'f vvvi f ,W I "'k"' gf T . 5, M I X - I, ,h-1-.1.v5,fL,,. ,1 ,. , QV M, fy -f, f' 1 4.-,iq-IL . .nj E1?rff?:Vggfllciiffzzizfnl 2 . 'gig 'ffi 3:V"' " X 1 . 5 ' , , - K, ,...,,f,., ,IZ in W5 in fs? I J. at :Ml i,...a,,, .p.., . ,,,.. V . , , J uflvxh, '- 5 r , ya lf' - 1 . iW"f'j,Q,j -an sv . ' '- l n- vg ' uv- A .- , M T . . ...H-Ax! gf .I Q... ' ' N, .. 69 5 M i- Q sf Z .i A N ', N' f' 'Q ' ' mnrguw- -, ' f' f- . - . ...,,f ' -' - x .- 1 V 4 . .J 1,-,.r : ry - ..- .Vg 4 ' , -9-' v. 'gygspy-Q... ,W-V,,3 . - -f - V .- V- . D .Q . A . . Y ' ' - 'f'fE.:.l"'k?'f:'.. 'A 'V ' 1. ',""?' -.'.l . ,l,.......V. .. . - . s7.x+.--Vmlnwihmi-Nvirhf' ' ' A .1 "L W., L .I. .. . A T Q A ' Senior Poul Arnobile fights for The ball. Senior Jon Rich running hard. 5 .L 5 g , E . .... V A K: AL, Q V ig. M K Q ,iq Nw x. 5 . is D A... A, . Q --v- ' Q. I 31 1 , J 'M 1 1 gig-,f . Q 'J ' 1 A' I i S' .U ' I A . 4 In - f ' - I Q . ' f . ' f ' . ., V M ,M ,ogy . ' 'fi-f'..f0ws?T.+ :Mi 4 A Y VM If 9 V Us 1 I . J X Q T L N Q- X., N. . 'M x A 'Z Q' A' f - J .W ..-r 3 .1 r Q , if T ,hw X 3 v I pf- . af "" r Aj.-1... , , ,zgfz 'j-jj' V sfjf.-Lg A f-- ' - ' 1' '. . ' ' . . :' iff'-3f,,T N - -Af. --'A -l -in BNJ7' TT lr l 4 44... . '. f'.',. Ll . Goldie gives it his oll. S E rn . .... Co-captain Mike Long. N Double Sessions. Intervals - 3O! 4O! Wrong Caption! New Field-saud-Ya! Where are the dirt spots? Sept. 24 Dedham 3-l win, Oct. 22 North 2-l win. Fourth Place Finish 8-8-2 - Best Yet! Bunzie, Prig, Sparrow, Stras, Goldie, Vic, Mick, Beal, Rab- bits, Animal, Squeek, Robie. Sas-Squash. This year's Soccer Team coached by Mr. Frank Conte and led by Co-captains Mike Long and Dave Freniere had the MOST successful season ever this year, with a record of 8-8-2. This record boosted the Redmen to fourth place in the Bay State League. Standouts on the Varsity were Co-captains Mike Long and Dave Freniere, Seniors Paul Amabile, Russ Crockford, Mike Goldberg, Jirn McWeeney, Jon Rich, Rod Robison, and Larry Strasner. Sit on it! Co-captain Dave Freniere. Taking charge. Y ST 'TT Heqd5-Up! J Cindy Crohan in action. This is no time to take a break Sully! nw! The line up. First row D. Huard, K. DiPalma, G. Eckert, C. Bowden, and K. O'Malley Second row Coach Quigley, S. Crane, M, l-luling, R. Sage K. Magasanik, A. Jasinski, J. Early, S. Perlstein. Where is your Tutul? "Quigs" Seniors! Pond course. "In their face" move cars! South game!! Chinese Food! 9-9 Bicktords! 9651 Fan- Daigle Family Pizza. Gang Ball. Good luck 82'. First Row I to r: Co-Captions M. Koslowski, D. Salvoni, V. Bernstien, Second Row I To r: Coach Hagen, R. Fox, L. Rollins, C. DeMasi, N. Scisisca, G. Quigley, L. Stomper, K. Bennet-t, K. Dugan, L. Luffy, S. DeAngeIo, M. Burns, d. PoI1er, ., .- w 1 .'-. .1.. ,:'f"'5""- uf, fu" mf w, . , H X , . V "The Wounded" QI 'U ,, I NE , I -d. "The Healer" W WWWW Whoopsl I missed. ,T-F-v Two's company, three's a crowd. Coach Hagen Iooks on. FIIIIEL IHI QQIAQII The l98O Varsity Field Hockey Team finished up the season with a 4-l2-2 record. This years team, led by co- captains Donna Salvoni and Mary Sue Koslowski, im- proved with every game. Highlights ofthe season consisted of beating Wellesley and Framingham South, also placing Donna Salvoni on the Bay State League All Star Team. Donna was also honored as the Most Valuable Player, the Most Improved Player was Mary-Carroll Burns. The Junior Varsity Team finished the season with a 4-lO-4 record. 1 '-3.1, ,,..'11 Q- . .' 2 ,V . r. .fn 'Q . r ,V ,, '. .1 , - if .... nw.. ,... .' . 1114, .,,-gwh '- n 1 ,., ,,..,.. , V x Concentration. Chaigs Devs BB Wedge Killer Chick ... Who's got my shirt? ... pizza .. . preppy . . . you're swimming . .. 3-2. We'Il get you next year guys . . . jug- gling . .. ballet lessons any- one? ... Thanks Miss Leavitt, First Rowltor K Smith D Aurilio L Palladlno J Cote A Nelson E Singer D Tailos D Barrett,G. Teti, Second Rowlto r: Coach Devereaux K Brown S Bresse M Hillaker E Fallon M Matzellvich S Harrington, D, Marshall, M. Sheridan, D. The l98O-8l Golf Team changed their style this season from a spring sport to a fall sport. Coached by Mr. O'Connor the season proved to be a disappointing one. However, Coach O'Conner's boys played with the skill of Lee Trevino and Tom Wat- son and the unmistakable flair of Jack Nicholous. Mr. O'Connor also organizes the Teachers Golf Day at the Marlboro Country Club at the end of the year. Co-Capt. Joseph Crane Bottom rowAJ Cardillo Roger Ellis Derik Nelson M Magill top row'Cooch K C L FF Qlle i t l l l If an Natick s pride on the run QW SQSS Q QQ QZQll i lJ The l98l Cross Country team, coached by Al Kirton, did not fare well in team competition but had several notable indivigual performers. The teams only win came against Milton with respective one and two point los- ses to Framingham North and Brain- tree, Co-captains Steve Handelsman and Dean Abbott were consistent runners usually capturing lst and 3rd places. Seniors Russ Whinnem, Jim Fitzpatrick, Jon Kates, Tom Lamont, Dan Masucco and Eric Schmidt formed the rest of the squad. f e s lleLs lime First Row l to r: H. Milne, T. Farrell, E. Ricci, co-captains L. Lloyd, and S. Calder, D. Swift, C. Cetrone. Second row: N. Southwick, P. Quinn, C. Zaniboni, P. Sullivan, Coach Kathy Oates. Third Row: M. Wilensky, D. Woods, T. Macumber, P. O'Connell, J. Kelly. The NHS Girl's Swim Team dove into the Bay State League and surfaced with an 2-7 record. Coached by Kathy Oates, and captained by Lori Lloyd and Sora Calder, the girls perserved in a relatively unrecognized sport. The seniors ofthe team who did an outstanding job were Heather Milne, Tracy Farrell, Elaine Ricci, Diane Swift, Lori Lloyd, Sara Calder, and Cheryl Cetrone. Co-captain L. Lloyd, Coach Oat One heck of o season even though we only had two wins. swim with enthusiasm. What a coach, Kathy Oates - swings her towel around and shouts "MOVE, MOVE . . . " MM's be- fore a arce for quick energy. l SSW llll WM Ml llll M CGS WS WS WS First Row I to r: B. King, L. Peirce, J. Ehrlich, J. Crisafulli, S. Berganzoni. Second Row: D. Lavery, S. Ruiter, L. Peirce, J. Ehrlich, M. Ellenbogan, S. Woods, Asst. Coach Ehrlich. Third Row: D. Shedd, T. Powers, co-captains B. Chaulk and S. Ehrlich, J. Black, Coach Peirce. llStyIen The NHS Boy's Swim Team had a splashing season ending with a 7-2 record, competing with both in league and out of league teams. Coached by Mary Peirce the team was a great success. Captains of this fine team were Bill Chaulk and Steve Ehrlich. The boys also placed in several events in the conference and state meets. The seniors of the swim team, who did an outstand- ing job, were Scott Woods, David Shedd, Tom Powers, Bill Chaulk, Steve Ehrlich, and Jeff Black. The Team gets psyched. Bay State League Champs, At last! Third at Brown, third in sectionals, fifth in states. Officially undefeated. Doubted Wellesley war paint. Rope swing! Stoop. Fgaan growl. Sqeeze the nickel! Mascots. seven? Just standing around. Coach peirce J . n 'Z -ill fl' First row l to r: B. LoCouture, S. Legge, A. Spitzer, K. Pogorion, Tri-coptoins R. Costello, B. Murphy, ond B. Till, J. McLean, K. Shea, D. LcJCouture. Second rowl to r: Coach Cerullo, Couch Bates, R. Ellis, M. McBreen, J. Boker, C. D'Antonio, M. Phipps, T. Sheehy, D. Powers, M. Reynolds, J. Boker, L. Nickinello, B. Whitfield, Coach Bill Loflouture. ,Z ' ggi. 'T - ' . .1 M, A 5 Tri-coptoiri Brion Till. Tri-coptoin Bob Murphy. Tri-coptoin Richie Costello. l l f l l Q .V ull IFJ 'R I We did it! W Q pig E yi-. .... 4- fl' I' ill' 1 QA 'Psi Moving it out. N The Natick High School i980-81 Varsity Hockey Team had a very successful and thrilling season. The team finished i3-2-3 and were in first place for the first seventeen games, and in the last game faced Framingham South for the Bay State League crown. Before a record crowd of 3,000 people at West Suburban Arena, the Redmen fell 6-4 in a very exciting game. The Redmen again qualified for the state tourney as they have in the last five years, but lost to Marblehead 7-3. The team was coached by Bill LaCouture and captained by Rich Costello, Brian Till and Bob Murphy. The seniors on the team were Tom Sheehy, Mike Phipps, Keith Pogarian, and Chris D'Antonio, who along with the captains, all played well. Three outstanding young men and hockey players from Natick were chosen to the Bay State League All-Star Team. Rich Costello, Sr., Tri-captain forward, Senior Brian Till, forward and Senior Bob Murphy on defense. In addition, the top two scorers in the Bay State League were Rich Costello and Brian Till. Also, Rich Costello was selected by the coaches as the Most Valuable Player in the Bay State League for the second year in a row, was co-winner of the best player in Massachusetts, and was selected to the first team All-Scholastic in the Boston Globe. in -T Tiilff ,. 77 -- it I l' als- - f Q ' 3' A' 5 'ft' f Q4 fgfiiixiag . . ecc-f" -t-- 1 Av . P ,J 5 . ' A - f' "YF a s- -- , rg ,ia ...... V- ,I .1 ' k . K 1 . A N I 'Ugly I f5 T R 9 ' . l , , 4 - I--lla. -' - Q , K . 1.7 v' Q A .. ' fl? 5 Ld x ..'- 4 wqrn -V :lx i mi , Q ' 0 f ,:E:!5sg ? W5-Q ff V ' . ' Q., 90. 6' :. - 99 : ,.:.,go, 1 " ' 1. x. -f f -. .fri - 'E 'Sp Q L N. A chance to score. Natick on the move. 1 - --- . ..., 5, 1 N .....l.- ,.... -fl ,sl S J " A7 si sf l 'fe' I .FST s ' ' I A .ge ,' ,fp Q il? S li no " ' ef' S' K' f 4 I ' T , Q l7 ff ' 3 2 I 2 K' 9 ei S, 9 t - 4 1 Q 1 X ' 1 'xg' , . Q it 2 ' E Setting up to score. J if 'i Ou xx X ,I 2 J N ' 1 xN"1 .wa x xx., . ' Never say die l W Say Uncle!! Talk about contact sports! The l98l wrestling team was coached by Vincent Howley and Bob Frank. The team had a difficult time in the BSL competition because it was young and inexperienced. Seniors Mike Wiles, Pete Filledes, and Dan Brogan represented the varsity in their respective classes. Tim Looby had an outstanding season in his weight class. Tom Kelly also turned outa good performance in the sectionals tourament by placing 6th out of l6 teams. Natick finished up at l2-l4-l, Mike Wiles retaliates Wrasslin', l9l5 record, pressing weight, salads, HEAVY!, Saturday Night Ride, shark bait, deesel fuel First Row l to r: T, Spencer, K, Olendzenski, Captain K. Murphy, K. Fury, L. McDermott, Second Row: J. Chase, J. Staamos, S. Goulart, J. White, M. Paul, L. Palladino, Third Row: Coach Devereaux, L. Shapiro, J. Powell, A. Millen, C. Bush, P. Manna, G. Roberts, A. Nelson, Coach Fagan. ml Junior Jacqui White. The l98l Girl's Gymnastics team posted an excellent 8-l record, placing them at second place in the Bay State League. The team was lead by two fine coaches, Patti Devereaux and Steve Fagan. The honor of captain was held by Katy Murphy, who did a fantastic job. The team was fortunate this year to pick up many talented sophomores which added much depth to the team. Sophomore Ginny Roberts received the MIP award and junior Jacqui White received the MVP award. Next year the team will be lead by captains Jacqui White and Mary Beth Paul. '93 "Would you two stop untaping the mat?" Contortionist Mary Beth Paul. N Q SST lllll Q S5 tn as- Gymnasts Rule! .. . Marconi's Pizza Party "WF" ... 8-l season . . . Nice job girls . .. Walpole U vs. Natick for second place, too close for com- fort, but we did it! Good Luck Jacqui, Mary Beth and team. Thanks Miss Devereaux and Steve. NHS Gymnastics Team celebrates a victory. "But Mary Beth you have to smile!" H Kathy O. saving her fall. S f , mm s :flu ll.- tllll! Ill!!! Illlll lillll tlllll lillll Slilll llllll illlll llllll llllll llllll 4llIll ,U funn umm 3 - . uw nn +... Q ..., uv. n l ui 'Q DQUSQQ-ETS' 'gli' lllll lllll 'llll x Sophomore Cathy-Jo Bush on the beam. Cgpfgin Kofy Murphy gives Us O Smile. N f The l98l Indoor track team finished in 5th place in the B.S.L. with a 3-5 record. Though the record doesn't show it, the team was a strong one both individually and as a whole. The 47 young men and women on the team put in many hard hours of practice. Some of the outstanding seniors were Eric Belt, John Cavanaugh, Jeff Cutler, Jean Kelly, Steve Handelsman, Mike Skinner and Chris Wolfe. Other stars were Chipper Chase and Bill Johnson. Whether they finished first or last they were all winners. Chip gets set flying to finish first - ' blk ,. "' Jul. .MS-Q gifkrb Co-Capt. Jeff Cutler CT going for broke lllll IN W ill Tit Qi Q llrfz the captains and coaches The QiflS Gfe 'f0UQl'l Q 1 Bottom row- lef-t to right L. Kangaloo, R. Press, C. Wolf, B. Johnson, H. Hurwitz, F. Sanucci, D. Masucco, R. Moreau, M. Sandler, J. Impuroto, S. Cohen, C Chase. Second row - left to right P. Crisak, R. Bram, S. Smith, C. Katz, L. Fitzpatrick, J. Cutler, S. l-landelsman, A. Jasinski, J. Kelly, C. Pfeifer, M. P, K. Gleeson Third row- left to right Coach Don Burnham, D. Wright, M. Skinner, C. Quilty, P. Dugan, J. Guermelli, A. Yorks, J. Cavanaugh, G. Smith, G. Doherty, J. Phillips A. Manerson, T. Klein, W. Burke, P. Haigis, B. Flaherty, T. Slamin, D. Morril, Asst. Coach Tom Brennerman 1? H- L Q S Wff iW Q IINL NHL f' if aaqvdgfgpis.. gl ,.- The l98l Redmen Basketball team coached by Mr. Christie finished at l2-6 in the B.S.L. this year and l 3-7 overall. lt was disappointing when they finished only l game out from a tourney berth but they were all champs. The team was once again blessed to have starting co-captains Doug Flutie and Eric Schmidt who both played consistant ball. Other contributors were Donald Cleveland, Tony Luisi, Mark Trabucco, Charlie Mulholland and the players on the bench also did great. Yes, Natick basketball was 995 l , maybe not in the standings but certainly in the hearts of it's fans. gc Y 'X I Q ,,,. ,V , , s , .it "'1f'W' V' c Coach Christie speaks .. REBOUND!!! W pw L, . Back Row I to r: Paul Wilcox, Mark Trabucco, Phil Flemming, Charlie Mulholland, Craig Millet, Derek Nelson, Donald Cleveland, Coach Christie First Row l to r: Dean Abbott, Tony Luisi, Eric Schmidt, Douglas Flutie, Bob Reilly, Sarkis Sarkisian l the run TI it If 'X ., . W V ' Lqflrfsf k X QE M X QW a X ,l QM,-Xtt.l:., f N f lll X t Uxx x SXQWXA XX ,f . A ' Mil-'f' 1,.AA' . NK'- li6t59'lT"" - 1 l 2 , ,,,, , i . 4 in Sue Goldschmidt. A shot by Robin Brurii. BASKETBALL Win some, Lose some. Norwood wos o Big defect! third quoter let down. Co-ccaptoins Go ond Toyls The teom - Bruni, Vicki, Quiggs, Quilt, Rookie Rochel, Kelly, Corrot, Jeone Je-one, Smitty. Good Luck next year! X f D X P ...Au '1.x ms, ,M ix 3 rrcilw 4 4, , uvdflfv 52 if-v Je J, ffwfllkw ffl' .XX I ljllilii l X i 'l.1,'!'1glili,,.,il M ? lllfflflfll illfl ,t ffif ll 'nf f ,nu i ,iff ini! EK X , 11' Il'l?:hl iw! ll . l,1,,v Jf+ik,.s i'2"'W' 9 N' Mr. Carroll rningles around The play at first' hd I Y tv 1 3,1 1 E rc- , in qs gn 'll P 5""l7 L-, nhi, ',,tc,.', -K T -A ' K' 7 4 i ' QI? X ' .x T ll -nf T J,-lg l ...f of is-V . 2 -ir tim? afflict. 13 cr v it 112. I lpr' Kneeling fLeH' to Right, Tim l-laswell, Rob Bolton, Paul Wilcox, Brett Perry lCapt.J, Doug Flutie, Eric Schmidt, Alvin Taylor, Ray Bolton. Standing lbeft to Rightl Bill Fitzpatrick, Jim DePalo, Doug Wright, Asst. Coach Ghilani, Head Coach Carroll, Chip Chase, Jim Lamont, Bill Johnson, Andy Cecchi . , i , .'i-. is .'::1 J ef-'ly fi "ond their off" airborne 1 x ul Deono brings if in Eric Belt finishes ,TKRQQMQ . f ies over Walpole and Milton. tently throughout the year. Pole of l2'5". Look out below! The Track Team posted a 2-7 record with victor- l Steve Handelsman was undefeated in the X2 mile. Sprinter Chris Wolf, discus thrower Mike Skin- ner, and hurdler Gregg Doherty performed consis- vaulter, Mike Wiles, established a new Natick record with a jump f ,,v I'j,.:f 3:Qfa.,-5r,..', 'f,,,, V : l 5 , 4 -1 . iv . I . . 1r5:e.e.ifn?'-tc'-wi-Aiiici- , 'A "fl 4f5F'1lT,l-vE7?7l.Z'l.ft.' ' " "' 'M Ti:':55fhvl---' - I 5. R- - :::4...-,L,--- '.lA5"v- V - ,.,.1sf,,,f-f,' 4. 2 AF... 'uf-.rl-. 1 F'gif1',3b', T fsxwS'r1r?'tN 115' hir- all "'M"fff V .:255y.y"' gbbcffgsf ' - 25 12.1 "ff if -A.. 0- u ' 0 :fs H? QC ww-X53 K Q'?5b9SXtfP9i2 limb 4 w -L' -.J 1 , f., '. , 4 x x.-'s . T S V -- uw xxnov, -.yi .CQ . sf- ,' "'f-.fwjfgi ,- . ,Qc .-Q. ,YS-1 L' - 3, HQ -H ..ul..,z?21r'1?-- ' we 'V .1-,jyC2t3f54f?3:: wg-'infix yi f up , Q . 5. 'ifw v?'y'Rs'3tf5i J: 'f,52f?t3y. rv-fn ' ,:,vavA.vv: VA., sp, 4 -t -5414?-Qyaiifgr' plflvxw'-R'-. - L-n vu- wwf ,s a. .. M J ,1'y"sf.gv., v.. - e.-1-M. A Q . W ,..-.MN x .1 VNV ,QZUQ-yif,, gm,xfnY,x,x,glg ff: i we if - qs ,x A. 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Yorks, B. Flaherty, P. Geischecker, C. Mingace, R. Moreau. 3rd row left to right: Coach Hill, R. Press, D. Antrobus, T. Slamin, P. Fleming, M. Sandler, P. Costa, D. Mingace, Coach Murphy l First Row I to r: C.J. Bush, J. Whalen, R, Sage, J. Quigley, co-captain J. Kelly, co-captain S. Golclschmidt, M. Miller, l.. Freeman, N. Willis, R, Collette, Second Row: Asst. Coach J. Obshatkin, L. Lutfy, L. Fitzpatrick, MB. Paul, S. Waxler, J. Flemming, C. Johnston, R. Jasinski, S. Annabolli, L. Davis, K. Smith, Coach T. Brenneman, Third Row: C. Katz, C. Pfeifer, M. Connelly, J. Chase, A. Millen, N. Sciacca, G, Rosenthal, D. Marshall, K. Gleason, B. Cole. QV., 131L4 lm Y ig. 4, V 11 W g H ' . h V ,,.A,. . F , x I' . . ., . , . . . W. 3- s-. I .r -A ., " 'F' 154 ' -' ' r fgj: if.-.Q. 53.3.5.2 . f, rf- -wr.-s,:'.f-.1f..L1.' A, ... P ' ' 5 4-if 4 - ,. -C. ' - Close race! One Big Happy Family, Victors over vl- Braintree 5fl!8ll Suntans and Bueaties, Raining . . , again? senior- citizens, not natural athletes, super sophomores, "Assistant" Coach Mr. B. - thanx Charlene and Carol. Spaghetti party . .. Mr. B? pie any- one? Bye Kidsl se s 7? .S 'All 1 .f-.mu I ' . ..+., are 1541. , ' Av V A x 5 . . Fl L A Q I., iflqgwngnp-1' . " .. ' if.- " V ' . fi, .-' ', df ,. 'f'ft""'i4ftf2f'fsw1w.w JW.. . Natalie psyching herself. 7 I Q. f. ' ' R ' 7571 fi .4-3.1 . - - . , i'.w,.li"'lt jp.-f " if . J F4 M71 , ,. " 131'-U' ' ' I .-1,4 43' '. 'j .h Q , -,1 I .A F - :S i x 1 . H W W , .i . . ll: 1, 'IG f V '1 . i ' 41" r . I . , A5 f . ' P 1 'f . A ,ga x -:A , M -J A IL!" f ,S?fG"'TL' ,iffifefaz ' E rx - :nic 'A fifizi V Q2-Sxlfg N: 5f3144lf?' ' ' .Y 33359 - - -Hifi fp.. . . Ib .gk -it '31 s F' 1fa1'?,",g'., ,ii '11, 7 sf .5 4 pq Mir, We co-captain Jean Kelly. r r . V-1, . g5i,'4',.,,,t V 5.1:-wr., A 1, wi., ,. i' j'ff.2?w,"'ffQ 1 'L if . X -. .,qt1?2:':f4:1, ' , ' 2' 71,1 - i "'.f.1?L7w" :'lff.lA"'. 1' W ' :5 'il -' ,,-2.5.2 , rf' 1 5' 1' ' g1"l'lfQ5'5' ' 7" "fr ' 'ff ',7'YX'fiA 'J-v. 'VU ' s ' . J 'gil 'fy .Kin :Q M 'fhl V4 'if'-Xpfilalnkv' kk Nffrvs' ,Y YY, ' Ml, 1 "Cute, Anne! !" The NHS Girl's Track Team, again ended the season winners. Under the leadership of Coach Brenneman, Assistant Coach Obshatkin, and co- captains Jean Kelly and Sue Goldschmidt, the girls kept with the tradition of a winning team. Their record was 7-2, which placed them in second place overall in the Bay State League. Also the team's 440 relay team set a new school record. The team will be loosing three seniors who did a tine job, but because only three are leaving the outlook for next year is promising. i 3 ' 2 35, Mgr? , hi! ' f wi lor Maureen Noonan gives us her smile Co-captain Sue Goldschmit keeping warm. w VV ,..1..,l. 2 l , ' ,gg .- ws T' "'-4' 4 , , lllir Team work even oft the track' I Q T Ngfilck wing Qggin! First row D. Johnson, R. Rivin, C. Glazer, N. Boyle, Capt, V. Bernstein, R. Bruni, K. Quilty, B. Landry. Bock row Coach Leavitt, E. Ambrose, L. Gorrott, S. Bresse, C. Crohan, L. Moratta, J. Kelly, C. Bowdin, A. Nelson. Coach Leavitt. Bernstein coaches third. ? Caryn Glazer. Robin Bruni at bat. S Fill 9lLllL -55-Y Rachel Rivin gives it her all! 1 T"v'i'5wfl'37TliX' -fggjlps - ' Q s 'ff ' ' Nancy Boyle "drinking" in the field! The Varsity team completed another winning season with an l l -7 record, tying for second place in the tough Bay State League, just missing a tie for first place. Outstanding play by seniors Vicki Bernstein CCaptainJ, Nancy Boyle, Robin Bruni and Caryn Glazer kept Natick at or near the top of the league all season. MVP award went to 3-year varsity pitcher Caryn Glazer. Most improved player award went to Lori Marotta. With l l returning lettermen, the team is looking forward to next year. Tri-Captains are Elaine Ambrose, Dara .lon- son and Rachel Rivin who was a Bay State League All-Star. The junior varsity also had a winning record at lO-8. W4-?,x, ..,-.--- , f, , 4 . ., -,.., , W . , , . 5' 1 f f . S ' f . -591 . ..:. . .g..,.g hf.f.,.n,A.., ..':fm. - . uw Dara Johnson with a hard hit! lollipop SUCKER, Turtle "We're bad" one runners Stalls whipcream fight! South 7-6 Quilty Catch! Itch Ice Fights! Tex??! Steak and i at Nancy's Champs? Inches away!!! Tiny Carrot Otta Roolie Bern- stein Boyle Bruni 81 Blazer! A kewl Good Luck next year, Go l98l Jr. Varsity Team for lT!!! J f I 6 lllllll W L G Ill L G Ill IR L S Coach Emmy Cook's Varsity Ten- nis Team, led by co-captains Judy Quirk and Nancy Spezzano finished out the season with an 8-IO record. Judy was voted MVP by her team- mates, while playing in the second singles position. Junior Karen Levy was voted Most Improved Player and teamed up with Chris Demasi in first doubles. Nancy Spezzano along with Sophomore Erin Morrissey formed a very strong second doubles team. Senior Sue Feit was impressive at third singles, while Senior Lesli Palladino and sophomore Margie Packer also made significant contributions. Co-captain Judy Quirk shows her backhand style. First row I to r: C. Demasi, S. Feit, Co-captains J. Quirk and N. Spezzano, M. Packer, E. Morrissey. Second row I to r: L. Palladino, K. Levy, A. Taylor, L. Pocher, S. Sallet, J. Burwick, G. Siegol, R. Fox, Coach Emmy Cook. .gy . .+I Qui iEwl iiKgQ3 .... ....... WS Senior Al Seymour ""'vu., LV LX CO.COptO,n Myles Gvlbert with a threat enlng volley Ng. First row Cl to rl A Seymour Co captlons J Stone and M Gilbert S Ehrllch G Brown Second row fl to rl M gwpljrlrglmg Stock S Oafneld M Ellonbogan E l-lamllton A Lindsay R Bronstein G Spezzano Mlsslng Coach I o roo The 1981 Boy s Tennxs Team N v finished the season with a record of l 1 wins and 7 losses The team was greatly saddened when co captaln Myles Gilbert was lost for half the sea son due to torn ligaments The suc cess of the t am was due In part to sensorlay Stone co captain who was voted Most Valuable Player Junior Mnke Ellonbogan and towards the end of the season sennor Myles Gul bert co captann The teammates voted Sensor Al Seymour as thus years Unsung Hero and Junior Greg Spezzano as Most Q s A Improved Player Mllce Ellonbogan and Greg Spezzano were voted co captains tor the 1982 season paw Co Captain Jay Stone with a graceful forehand , f V xx L, . 'jfy .l.- z,. ., L. Qfj ,gf I 1 I 1 A - . . 4 K If f i- .-... 4. 1 . , - t i V I inf Y ' I : . ., - ' , . V . 'I , . ' , .- . - - : . ,, , A , . , . , . , . , . , . , , . 1 v I I , . 4 f z , . . wx -V i 4 1 A 'fly' - ' ! , Y -. 1 . , ,. .Z - 'Q 5 ' - A ' 1 gi ' ' xg. '. Q 1 yi . . K3 1 ' 1 I - . ' l , ' A EQ ., ' ' fs 0 G V' ,K - Q 'V 3, f is . - , ,V x Z V .W ,f' yn, 4. ,. ,, , , ,, ' Marv V 3 1- .5 fl' - , WIKI if if-ww 1 ' tr ft '1u...,' 'V 4y,s,N,4 , ' 2 ' 1' 1 , , , : ,N r- , f 4 4 , , fr ' ' ,, N J lst row L. McDermott, J. Foley, P. Manning, J. Hartnett, K. Furey, L. Mandozzi, L. Trifiro. 2nd row L. Wolk, G. Roberts, M.C, Bums, D. Potter, G. Quigley, K. Dugan, T. Parker, C. C. Clancy, J. Zirlen, M. Christie, S. Hill, S. DeAngelo, S. Hottleman, Coach B. Grady Sr. Cradlers Lisa Tritiro on the run Sr. Kristan Furey Coach Grady in action The Natick girls' lacrosse team once again did an outstanding job not only playing extremely hard, but also working just as hard to support themselves throughout another season. The girls' record was six wins and seven losses. Although the girls did not have a winning season, their pride and determination showed the willingness to, one day, make the team a varsity sport. Captains were Kristin Furey, Julie Hartnett and Pauline Man- ning. Kristin Furey was also voted most valuable player and high scorer. Many thanks goes to Coach Grady for her generous support, and for always being there to keep the team playing with a smile. UEBMLKL Basketball ga If Awnnns C QQ HOCK1-rv 3 K 1- i E3 OLYMPICS E QQ N BA N Sports Q S A 2 In 6 if Defense competition 5? PRQS IH Spor1TaIk Winning spirit. '+ENA'?5 E D cross-country Champibllship great in any league My hcks Runners ' N i g, U 2' i .WL G I nv ,,,, 4 ga lil' -eu , A . mfs. , ' - "" s5h, A-...M , V vs .. -f , , if .1 , ,L fi. 1-,..Qi-. vt 4 L!! :ff-'SL' ,. 1,1 ittili -N. .-17' fi-if 7 Q - ,-.., .f", - . ,x-., , h - ..,v ,: -K K.: - . 'XM-. ."- 'df' 'Q I" .Emzal3:'f?'l9'FQY.:..f. A. , 5 n f- ,-342' .'.,.-' , ,ll '. Y 'M . , tw.. 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Tammy, Diane, Jon, Sue I in' 4 ni jg-'ff "' il Minus wi Senior Class Advisors - Mrs. Flaherty and Mr. Panchuck V nb 1981 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Senior Class Officers President - Tammy Parker Vice-President - Diane Cabo Secretary - Susan Goldschmidt Treasurer - Jon Rich Senior Executive Board Row l KL-Rl Emily Walk, Linda Conner, Ann Collari, Jon Rich, Sue Goldschmidt, Tammy Parker, Diane Cabo, Elaine Cole, Katy Murphy, Phylis Dinninio, Vicki Bernstein, Row 2 QL-Rl Kristen Furey, Kim Foulke, Anne Forance, Rich Williams, Jean Kelly, Mary Kowslouski, Tracie Manna, Caryn Glazer, Kathy Olenclzenski, Mellisa Basset, Margret Sullivan, Row 3 CL-Rl Carol Wallace, Alysia Taylor, Sharlene Sallet, Laurie Poucher, Jeff Black, Alan Hur- witz, Jim McWeeney, Mike S. Goldberg, Gary Smith, Steve Erlich, Kenny Weitz- man, Mary Gately, Cathy Ciccerelli, Jim Fitzpatrick. 3, C 1981 SENIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD l2l J-fb' TRACY ALPIZAR ALPIE IBLJGSYJ Sophomore Swim, Junior Mornings on the tracks, + finally, as a senior, graduatmg EARLY' Cam ing In QEuebec COLORADO HER I COME!! I may have been crazy, but It kept me from going insane. WJ It V 5' DEAN ABBOTT JONATHAN ABRAMS BOit-looks so dehydrated band - Districtl? - Interests - To be a meteorologist Hobby: Hom Marching Band - Death Cadence - First Come radio or ameteur Radio. Well liked by teachers. petition - Perc RuIesXCountry - CoCopt - dreamer - Hoops, HHH Outdoor I I:OO Speech - M146 - Tom - Just forget it Larry DR pickax Howard 3 hour argument al EMW? Thanx M,D,R,AK,DC,MT,J ,A-4 .A I -I - I . 'T 'T' JOHN ADAMS JR. Whatsup? Litegoeson! Tenor Power! JohnBeatle and Zepdie GirIscant'tLivewith orwithout them! T'Boneor A + Bone! Summer of I 980 Didn't That screw your brain Pat8.Ami? Quoteofyear Ain't life aburnmer Music Liveson! TheFlowOfThe Musicls TheSouIOf Everyoneslieing ff- ...rifles ' 'fm Q fwfr f 955' I ,X 5. . CHRISTOPHER AMABILE Beal, SIO, Kinks IOII8I'80 WOOF! 20th Century Fox ., Straight on Red? Nautilus . LowIes8IBTs ., aulhak, New Years Eve-3:I5 AM. Where BU goes for NO-DOZ, JUDY Gore Mt., It's all Mixed upl "LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL'!!" Q-., SCOTT ALEXANDER Qjw PAUL AMABILE Beal. Soccer, Summer of BO at the Cape. "Curran ore you ready yet" "AIright Snitt, heres a buc for EE" Mom and Dads trip to Bermuda. THE ORS. AMBITION -v to Pull the leaves aff o tree while saying "there are no real Mathematics in the world" MARIA ANGELONE DAYS I'I.L REMEMBER ALL MY LIFE DAYS WHEN You CAN'T SEE WRONG FROM RIGHT ... I WON'T FORGET A SINGLE DAY BELIEVE ME. I I 'I if 5 .5 1 ! K H 1 . ': .u...3 I if--ff fx, I -. , 5 Eh' , 14 A V! , ,If X BRIAN ANTROBUS Ski club, Computer Aide, Computer science moe jor, Bowling League. CHERYL ARENA Bob Seger IO-7-80, Maverick, Hyonnis, Forest, Wobarv, Woodland, Watch out for tilted eyes, Rock and Roll Never Forgets, Best of Luck to OII my friends Don't be a stranger. Wotch Out forthe chief! Goodbye Notick High. KIM BANKS 4131 I. X x. THOMAS BARNICLE Af Z0 ,f A fe, ,. ' 5 7' 72 ' :uf ffliil- .,.,S, 'X- :ag if-A 4-nv-'I-4 CAROL ATKINSON LAURIE-ANNE BAKER Good Times to remember. Thankgodl PAUL 6! ISIBO T.L.A. CFCELWKCLC and the rest Brad' lee's, porty'S. I think your dreaming: I DonolI972 buick - Will it start?? Rollerskatin College Bound Thanks MOM!! Good bye NHE. wwf LINDA BARRETT INDIVIDUAL, PHYI., WAX, THE SHADOW, THE MII.I.IS BOYS, JASON, SUEEERING BUILDS CHARACTER, LONG, LONG TIME, CANOEING, SKIPPING ERIDAYS, OH MIKE ISIGHI, PT, JODITH, HERE COMES THE SUN! SACK CINEMA, IT'LL GET BETTER, RIGHT PHYL? PIANO MAN, JUDE, HONESTY, WEIOHTLIPTING JULIE BARTER SWITZ. SKI-BUM - Brocks you're so skinny! 69'CcImaro JOHN -v AVery special friend l'm alwoys Thinking of you and I cherish The mo- ments with you l hope to work with the handicop- ped and leorn to recognize my own handicaps Good luck everyone f BYE! I 1 I JOHN BARTLETT MELISSA BASSETT Lis, Cheerinaalf8+ I6 what a group! Nantucket summers, 4 Union, Ran, it was only u ripple DKRMKWTCVH special! Miss you Sandy8.Nance SC 4Evr, I I:40, Thanky ouDavid. Fitz' flace, what Room? Evana's lloveYOu Mom Family, Haveto gonow, ByeNHS. VICKI BERNSTEIN Chick-44 Softball Ca t, B-Boll F Hockey . SC-VP, SAB, SPAGI Zlqitis , Friends! MGPDLBAGIFSW MKATSGRBJPBB EPC - not another Treadgold night!! Toothpick AM , . And 0 rock feels no pain and an Island never CVIES LIFE IS MOOT!' BARBARA BEATON "BABS" HERS'S TO GOOD FRIENDS! HAVE A COKE AND A SMILE! PERI! THE BOTTOM HALF. "HE'S SO SHY!" UNICORNS FULL MOONS INDIANS' BO PEPPERMINT FLYING SAUCERS MCC PANTYHOSE IN FIREBIRDI Il:lB HI GUY! GREAT WESTERN LACONIA OIY! "PIDlDDLE POWER!" TURN THE PAGE M4 I I I I . I, " 451, L. - K 1' . v' 4 , ,A , . b f -:U - ,... in J X ' Z1 'A .A I". -'vi-I I , -'fkiqgf ,gp - I Tifjil ,ffl 7. 5 ,VJIHA JE 'wir iw: ' ' I I 1 wwf ,af if 4629. 'I:f,-, SHARON BECKFORD Heather, Lori, Vermont - Yeahl-loo Thanx Mrs. Colt Will ne 3 ever end? Ah La Lo La-Tracey Michelle Cadds life - Mom, Dad Michelle thanks for being there Out of my broinl5:I5 DOORS Nantasket beach, California look out Europe here we come!MLTSlAM ' A sf! J. '1 ,Q ERIK BELT DOWN BY THE RIVER USY BIKE CAPE COD HURDLING BEHIND THE MACHINE 600 AROUND THE POND LATE NIGHT HP AND TUXTAPOSITION ... GANG OF EOUR A DAY WITH TREAD- GOLD THEY LAUGHED AT THE LONE RANGER! T'WAS A ROUGH YEAR GOT TO CARRY ON - as hfx ir:"" DIANE BILLET-T ,L F, '17 ELIZABETH BILODEAU LEERY1 I2- I 4-79lIf I had iOIwOuICIrI'1fIf1'f0lIUST GIMME SOME ...? SI-IREODED TWEET? TGHAIKOVSKY SUPERTRAMPI MER- RYCHRISTMAS, ALXROCHE BROSJTI-IANX NANCYIJULESI TOM, DEAN, I-IOWIDISPE. CIAL PLACE: ISIIIIBFIYAZZIRI THAT'S MY BABYIIBABY SWEETS, I LOVE YOU. JEFFREY BISHOP Bish, 68 GTO convertible GOATS RULE! Mahan Field Pine Groves ESP The gang Cirus Runs Hebert Wipeout?! The Moose H Club Stones Forever! Gimme Shelter I2l6l8O Mar- guehe bound? The boys in the back of the bus L-MPGRBKKB thanks Jack, Carole I :I I Nz:--' f'!'53:Q. ' 5 ff- : ' l W XL 75 fi 1' N la' -' I ,, Q , i. 'X 1 .'.. 'l 3.2 ,, ,fig 1. g .X ,zen JEFFREY STEVEN BLACK ,.. Bentley College, Ski93 . . . J.J.H. I l!ll8O . . . Honggliding . .. N.H.S. Diving Team . . . Ilitisto beitis uptome E.G.S.MaiIOrder Go For I .. . TAMMY BOTTNER PT CORP Tess8fBess, CompElyon my kids. Fid- dler, it sounds like musidUSYNP!snow fight 8. fires at EG's EddieBeorlLove Your Feet! MIT, singninglweekends, NH. "A" for ?, Peter, I-2- 3schmo!, mouldy Bessie, Nance 8- Ttish, roffle tickets?? ROBERT D, BLACK No Lorry, ok spide, wonderful, Baskerball, Bob this isn't Indy SOO, Mrs. B'spasses, yes Al thot's the Prudenticl, oh no red light Wendy's, Slatt's, AI, Deb8-Amy, Rob Rod, Steve, Jim, Larry, Robin, Hey it's 2am let's goto Boston, Carolyn is final!! expect . . ., byeedt .,C.:,,x ,ffyxit , E -fi EDWARD BOVE 3rd Degree Brown Belt Chinese Kempo Healthy Mind and body Feeling Free George Louise ond Alvina Piano, Accordion Country Music Blue Ponic Toyota Family Unity College bound "Feel like a Number" Get back to nature. Kenny Rogers Love So Precious. TAMMY BOIARDI h 1 45 :L x NANCY BOYLE New Beginnings ... TamTrishEvono May30 JC+ME, Tires+SugorI Skiing Joggin , Girl Problems?? HOT Ticket! Expectations-25, Don W! S,L+P-Skating Lets o! +luck wl the cats! Infinite pts? Party I7 f Boston 297 JEN, CA - Thanks! All you guys - Good Luck! DAWN MARIE BOLLES Down8.Dave Forever Fotima Shrine 79 Time oes by ond finds Dave and I Hampton 80 Duster ?4 Most Meaningful songs Babe andthe Rose Jr Prom 80. KENNETH B, BRACK Come down from somewhere near Mochias Maine . . . The teachings of Don Juan - I'm a lost Sailor, been too long to sea A Can You See The Real Me? - Please, More Dead - Circle of Relevancy - Time ond aword - Dig A Pony -I want to live with o CINNAMON GIRL - Jen, Your Move - Ted '54 x ull N-. MARTHA BRACKLEY JIM. GOOD LUCK DAUNTLESS TROUBA- DORS. NO, I DlDN'T GET MY HAIR CUT! F PERIODS WITH SCOTT, SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL. I SAY YEAH! LOVE ALL YOU GUYS: BECKY, KATHY, SHAWN, RICK, TIM, AND JIM. SUPER SEVEN OCTOBER I7, Rick, You HOOD! NO NEW UNIFORM FOR ME I -TF fits I JULIE BRANSFIELD f I - - s v " ff ' 5 'S' rip . 1 IN ' . 'LL- 1 -fr iff I X, , in T .,,' V Y GREGOR Y BROWN fe-A W ' PAMELA BRESSE "Let's do the time warp again!" Break on through to the other side. "Strange Da s" Florida bound! Cortwheels8-Handsprings! Mille Can't wait till Thanksgiving! Camping in Vermont. THE WHO - Quadrophenia, "No one here gets out o ive CAROL BROCKLEBANK BROCKLEY OVER THE HILLS AND FAR AWAY JENNY AND THE STONES HOSED JAM SESSIONS CINNAMON GIRL EAST SCHOOL PICKLE THE OCE AND GOD PEAD- MOBILE BO BERTS JULIE C MOCHA ALMOND JEN MAINE LED ZEP LOVE GIMME SHELTER YOU ONLY LIVE ON CE ED WARD ... I '1 I 5' H. ,ex 1274 g,,,,..- N as DANIEL BROGAN T.G. B,C. M.F. Thanks Mom Cope Cod Friday nights Hyannis M I6 '69 Camaro-75m.p.h.oi. Basic Training California Alabama 8- IRAN?? Special forces, state police, wrestling . . . Burney, What happened? WHERE'S TERRIE 1981- GO FOR IT!! gf-mx I I I 1-., . . yi., ' I w JACQUELINE BROWN FriendsBiParties Forever! The Hood! Nothin' matters but the weekends! Dedham parties! Joke School 3Yes! Steve I Luv Ya! Steve's Luxury Car! New Hampshire on Sundalys! Hampton Beach Rules! ALLNIGHTERS At he Point Prom Night BO! MoIes8Hinies!! IZ6 Q . JEFF BROWN Little green Pinto explodes on impact. Monsky has much class. Today's top Sassamon headline. LIFE IS TOO IMPORTANT TO BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY. Go natural. Bicycles away. Mr. H.. Clarie, Bobby, Dad 8 Mom North Adams look out, here I come, TERRY BROWN Muggsie Bermuda 80 My Muggsie Twin Deb, I got by with a Little help from my friends! The Hood Crew All nighters at the point! Jane may the Wood times never die! Friends forever! LoveYa omandDadW A Y A R BYE CLASS OF l98l WAYN E B ROWN Kafhe 8- Wayne IOl26l80 Baseball, Singgng, music and math: ELVIS, music of the 's Star Market, coll me every day, Billy Joel, Bowling, the Red Sox, traveling, sum- mer fun. viz!" ROBIN BRUNI 320 Basketball, Softball, Eagles. Richboro Ken- nels, Natick Shell Vacations on the farm, Po. Dogs? Stan the man. Doobies. Mt. Monadnock, WOW! Mom ond Dad? I will always remember and love my sister, Tina. Coll . .. Good luck to very special friends Joy ond Sue. GREGORY BUTLER DIANE CABO Deana . . . e!Wotsan and SherlockfT'amlBogels 8- coffee!V.P. af 81 Diet!Mare!cookies B. Hagen Dozs Let's o to Boston!SYOCC!yours or mine?f Munchkinltionx Pup . . . Roche's!QE 2lBermuda BaundlOK? Doabies . . . We live 8. we learn Real Love sxxml wa-:sf mama www mms.. hw-W... DOUGLAS CAPEN JOSEPH CAPOBIANCO 4-Wheelin TRUCKS-Rule summer8O Wallaces Hey Gator, where's the milktruck? Friends, Good times, Forever - Sue, thanks for being there Trinadod - We'v otcllnight Sue, Love lasts forever graduation R280 -is it heaven or hell- SARA CALDER "I'm Free", THEWHO, OnlySlOO!dues Downy, B-Ding, "Hey What's Up?" 'l wont to pull in my drivewoyl swimteam battleslfrathouse RM234 "one more Sat. night, first longestrange trip at Jery Garciaw!JK, con't you try justo little bithor- der, success, future, DeodHeods, Bly, Bly. tg ,xp puff' MELANIE CALHOUN STEPHANIE ANN CARNEY Steph. Peter's little sister. Deos lmmortales! Woolwarths Honesty - it is so hard to find At last a linscense! Bumming Nana 4-I9-80. Don't cut what? Micah Benj. Doc.Alp4I3. Good Job Mom. Thanks. LESLIE CARROLL l27 . T -1' L -' HC is L f A :Q ,Ally Q 33 'UF KRISTEN CARTER MICHAEL 9l29l76, K.P. A FRIEND FOREVER, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT PARTIES THOSE COME AND GO BLUES, BUGTIT SATE- LITE, THANKS MOM AND DAD "I LOVE vouf' we-1 '-" 7' ff Lain: . of 'f 'R L. L73-Qi' ' k c , , A A: 573. ' mggia ' ' L. I . X , x K I I 'N I M 1-M. . ' , fox -A , I A A 1 LL ga.-A I A 1 I f T., f Y' ,I nit-A ,i x Nj,-r 32 ' A , . " 4 LLL! lily A'-- ' iirif-51' ., . ' PHILIP W. CARTER GERARD CASSIDY Hey Rocky , . . Satisfaction . . . Senter Cove . . . The Led SMel Yes Lanes End Ossipee Mtn . . . 40-80 . , . Fields, rocks, and an ex-bridge . . . Family sedan . . . Temporary Sanc- turag , , . Lemon . . . Once Reved . . . Ram-Sack ... .D. ...,muCh. 'J S 1 f I I J 1 ,A fv vs. M , A V wmv Y JOHN W. CAVANAUGH CAV-W7 Nothing can replace persistence NOT TALENT too many unsuccessful talented men NOT GENIUS unrewarded genius is proverb NOT EDUCATION educated idiots fill the world, The Slogan PRESS ON Will always solve our problems, CHERYL CETRONE Che,g3-27-78,WHAT A CHANGE 9-I0-78,gSO LONG FAIR wELL.5uMMER OF 7B,9-680, BACK ON THE TRACK AGAIN. COLLEGE BOUND. MIRACLE, BROUGHT TOGHHER, so RIGHT, SO EXCELLENT! I I-30-so, 124-80 ,GOING STRONG! HERE WE COME FOREVER TOGETHER H t ORLEANS LITTLEBETSY WHOPPA AND SAV- AGE SKIPPING VOCKIE AGAIN HU H.MR.C. THEDOORS REDBUDDY THE NOSE. MOBILEB. THEMONTEGO WALPOLE MDS MR. THOROUGH VSD WHAT REALLY FLIPPED ME OUT WAS THE CHEAP SUNGLASSES LOSS OF LICENSE ... GOOD LUCK EVERY- BODY SEEYA! JEAN CASTAGNO ED 8-I-78 I LOVE YOU MORE TODAY than yesterday, but not as much as tomorrow. DEED t's been Real Coke ADDS LIFE! NEW YEARS EVE T.Spirits . , . Lit out Pembrook The Van All thatyoutouchandallthatyouseeisallthotyour life will eva be. DAVID CHALFIN T , 1 , fel , f, , I 15, , f f ,, .. A , .M f, ga, Q 1 f ' ia 2, NANETTE CHAPPELL :xwflbu ' '+L 'J KIM CHAULK Hi How Are Ya! Good to be out Forever, S,A.D, Good Old Days ore gone forever, Motorcycle blues, snow storms, out with the iris. Gentleman Jim, out of gas. North Conway dventure Keep on smiling and Hold Your Head Hi, Skiing all I can. By. WILLIAM CHAULK FLYING! USAF The Best! Friday Nights ot HYA. That Ugly Bird. Cessna ilfl. M.E., D.C. Fellow pilots, Swim Team Rules! M.F. "yeah right, Fun- ny' ' Dk. "smile" D.B. "Well would ya look At you C erry Bomb on I28. Psycho - Chicken's 20 gauge. Goodby! ERIC CHECANI marching band a mela what? the gang rules pa- ragcn which car? notes on the 603 Fridays, sum- mers and the Cape keep on laughing Col een AM in the cafe SENIORITIS thanks for the parties Elaine these 3 years have been real- WHAT A CLASS. ..- WALTER CLARIDGE Milk Truck, New England drag way, Comoros eat Oldsmobiles whipped, J.C,, SD., .F., B.T., 7:30 sharp, Led Zeppelin, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bad Co. CATHY CICCARELLI Smile,Iove,be loved, Yesterda is already a dream, tomorrow only a visiomgut today well- lived makes every yesterday a dream of hap- piness,every tomorrow a vision of hope,Thanks MBCDME.Track,V'Ball:oops! NAHS KIN:Je t'aime,Rea PS,32.8 AMEN , X XX DONALD CLEVELAND B-Ball, HB, GB, JB, DC, Dino, ice Basic, Ohmar, Doug, HOOP no. I QW from class of 80 Life is to Iive the coolest ond the best way you can and Free and easy good luck senior class Cheerlead- ers thanks Lisa l-L-U - GOOD LUCK METCO. 39 AE'i9'J' Inn. ZFX -sv , Wir' -' a , b ,- - -f y I. , j .. ",.,::::i15' H , Ewae tsl... fiiffi W: :X 1 1 f , In 'ws---xv.-:5Qv..z:e,:v:-wr-n . - I ' r,rs X I ,,, DAVID CINTOLO L,-X ff GAIL COFFIN sftlfzzfi ' : 'rv 4: " 24 ....1xe.LS,Ls't...,s:..L..:..,.. - .. ,. .. . ... JANE CLANCY A . JENNIFER COHEN USED TO BE DISGUSTED NOW IM JUST AMUSED LOVE THAT SNOWBSUNSHINE Vermont camping BO always get the head trip- pers Hey AI,?ot a dex tor me? love and Thanks mom and da friends PBAQMAKMDSJMBI: cor- ryonlove iscomingta usall whatolongstrangtrip itsbeen I29 ELAINE M. COLL Prom '79 and '80 rule! Literary Mag and Ex. Bd. SurrrnerdaysatParogon-this is it! Leoveit to me - l'Il be alri ht! Choir ISC Student Council dances. SPEECHIESI Judi where are you? squirt Eridclwinx - CapeCod here we come!! DO IT UP l .. 4-C5 CAROL COLLINS Russell 8-2l-78 Plum Island, ML Woban, Macs, Forest Bob Seger IO-7-SO Moey's S Lowle's, K B. concerts, Woodland, We've Got Tonight. Many cram ups, skiing Best of luck to the gang B. all the good parties we had good-bye Natick High Class ot "Bl" l3O n 5 , jfyi V - fn N' ' l . mx .,, i 'S lf ' ' f. if :if f , ',- . ,F Q3-EE: X -I . f ' ' 'neil 19" fatal ' , i ilisilsv, ' .f "IEW 'ff' ,- 'I 4'-iweg, i.i.1g:.g1. t' I ',!l?ljfz5e, 4'T'g.'--iff" V. " 'Lila K a I -six STEPHEN COLBETH 81, RULES, BUICK, GS, 455, RALPH SLIM THE DRAGONS, PHIL, LOUTS THE DELT TRIPLE JUMP OUTDOOR TRACK LMH KEVIN, KEN- NY, MIKE JOHN, DAN SHANNON +STACY OLD DELTA SBSTREET, HOCKEY MAC'S THE BEATLES. FLOYD. COOKING FISH MOOSE 'TP' WAYNE COLL CAROLIE COLLINS Ain't no stopping us now!! Good luck to all the grads, and to all uture students behind. METCO 98l good-bye Robin Trotman, Sophia Williams, Down Collins, Julie Branstieldll Natick High Forever! ash, ANN COLLARI The gang S260 ICHL flags Phil The Beor 51432 Co-Captain. Crewtons Guys 8. Solls Camelot. Laverne 8- Shirley Florida best of friends. Partners 4Ever ss cats. Kimmy Poch Shari Frannie Schmity Linda's Lea - Thanks for the Memories!! ,J 4 DAWN COLLINS class of Bl .Memories of Mexico Guillermo, Mod- resanta! Newyears eve. Rainbawsfriends fore- ver. Thanks Mom8iDad, I love ou. Christmas time. Japan Konichi-wa. JAP Love you Nan8.Grampy. Traveling Free. Dreams coming true. saying goodbye. We got tonight, Bye f , f f ,..f.-" . -I . if f' I Ag: ,I 1 I 4 1 7 ,. DEBBIE COLLARI Debco Bermuda 80 coast is O.K. Lee. This is a Bud! Chinese fire drills with Dot. Michele equals trouble! Can't you see . , , Thonx for being there Lisa To the best of friends with love - L.D.S.Y.M.G.D.M.E.S,K.K.A.V. Thanx mom and Dad! w,f-e- CORINNE CONDLIN 'K V JAMES CONNELL From THE DOUNUT HOLE TO NEWTON oketyis VETTE and Frank's 68 to Griff and Virg, At e collage Monica, Lisa Wanda andthe Gan Post 540 Kellle. Vova Power. ot The Hole Ret? Jerry, little Grit Adonis in mythology. Thanks mom and Dad I made it! LINDA J. CONNER - L.rainbow, pwa stop and shop Laurie, the question is who and why?!? It is chance that makes brothers, but hearts that make friends. ACKFJWSSFHLLDW Dale, how did the movie er1d?? forever the rainbow JOHN CONNORS CHRIS COOK Skatin Palacex X Lauri X X summer"iO"Cape-Bound: Overnight what a night! !lPum ing Iron Skiing, Can-am, Canada Trips? ROSSLINGTON COLLINS CONCERT "Lets go to Macs" PATRICIA L. COOK Tricia alias Avicia cheering 4981 I 6 TMNSrLI'Ilmissyo! Workat the Lib.Long Dungeon practices! RAH M.E.J.C.Boston53080! ENTHUSIASM Austinwhat? OOPSSORRYBB Coach K Loveya MomB.Dad! Horse! We Know it! Somehow, Someday, somewhere over the rain- bow! Goodbye8rGoodluck! , 1 JOHN COOKE COOKIE 4470 Captain The Summer of I980 at Cahoons bile Wa e up it's time to Leave! Loon Mt. Wild Weekend Not unlike the Cabbage grown for city market there came a time to be detached and trucked away. And we went willingly Thanks Coach gif' - I . f . tit. 4 iK 2 DAVID CONTE MICHAEL CORBOSIERO Can't believe it's my last year "The final Count- down" before school in the cafe. Cape after Grad? Scott's "Supa-car" WPI, LOWELL or SMU Graduation party is ganna be great "THE GANG" Cthis blurb was payed for by Nat. Edu, Asso.I RICHARD COSTELLO Football 388, "HOCKEY RULES" 4414, Tri Capt. Thanks Coach Lac! Bee , Greek, Darryl, Dina, Rebel, The Sophomores, E-Ball-Game with Beep, Murph IAtenshun Ahh-Bummerl Edison-Men at woik "Lowies 59.00 or BT's WSA club House Garden Bound! Night Cap?? A I .-1...-.-it I ll I I l ll 1 ill! 5 - .. S ' . 1:54 'VA .2 ... 10 .L . ' ei v ri , I an Y I 1,- ' L- I LA' f, -Q-L - -s.-. J' ., J, t ' I ,r , SLJZANNE COTE JOSEPH CRANE Nads,lee, Basic,Dusty,Nubs,GoIf BO'co-captain, JV Hoops, ZZ TOP Kinks, JG's pool, DLC,H8.H Class, 75'Novo,Duke of Hurl, THAT GIRL KO,LG, RB,AL, Bucknell I wish, Monsignor, Phillies, Eagles, Fine lt's moce tp be o,V2prtomt but omportant to be nice. King's PAUL CROCKETI' Gratefully Deaclicoted, First Days are the har- dest, My time comin' any day meet Uncle Sid Friend of the Devil Lumpy in the sky with di- amonds. Many Dubes. Pigpen Forever,JerryG -+- EDBFTR Circles There's Nothing Like a Dead how . . . fig DANA CROVO "It's only ROCK and ROLL but I like it" - Rolling Stones. The only bond that shatters! YOPE. Mick Who? As of now, Ricochet. A Definite One, AI. Store QYI2 Nights are warm and the days are Begin? - BOWIE-FRIPP-out! JAM KO MK NS 2 RTES Sorry Jamie N, 195 'QL I P ' L41 'l , 4 '52, F' ' fl' I R Mr. is-v , -.1 JT M J 4 'rt-. 2' X J ' " xr 1 I, ,, . ii RUSSELL P. CROCKFORD Carol .. . :t42I soccer 4th place. Beords much . . . MSL. An ponies tonight? Yes, Boston,Seger in concert. 'Fhe song remains the same. I Can tget no! Where's ...?who cares? Batmobile. WHS summer 8O.orig'I-BH. "So sorry" I'll make it ... lt's been real. W -A--, ...Q RUANE CRUMMETT RAOOL. RU. CRUM. NETRA ENDUROSC TO B. YAMAHA IT l75. 68 CHEVY. GO FOR IT.FI- NALLY MADE IT, BOSTON CYCLES. BIKIN THE CAPE. SKI BUM. QUINOBIN CARPENTRY WILLIAMSBURG. ROCKPORT. K.W. GOODSTUFF. FRIDAY NIGHTS. CRRC COR- RADOS. RAQUETBALL.LUV.MLTEYE . 1' Q ue" . f I S, :J-113 l 14 1.3 I 1 . :,.i,:f,f' ll ' xl' in J' . I ' 'f-I JOHN CUCINOTTA JEFFREY CUTLER Cooch, I Like Trucks. Chev 4 whdrive,C period doughnuts, Mr Duvol's Woodworking Class. Chevy all the way!!!l 350 4 barrel.Well Mike, it loolu lnce we finally mode it. PudgeC20 rula over F250 capt. indoor,outdoor track TSI Bile B.T. Boo- llans 27 calif. or Bust New Wave - But rock and Roll will never die. Morboro. You can't live with them, But You con't live without them. If it Feels good - Do ir' Sniff can you give me a ride, broke JULIE DAIGLE VISH-Chuck-squad 9, district band l2l finally first! "The Pit" volleyball captain, MlP,MVP, The Kid, Spike,Quig's can Emmett - Dr. JP! ' -ef, K V i the-9 ' lit" V , .f El ' , N .Q Ski, 1, ' , f -1 v . f f Vi 'T ,. S! 5 f' 3' S 7 X- K 1 V if in . 1 MLM, iQ: -. gj TIM DALY "zipPo" Flash "Fair is foul and foul is fair' "'Twas a rough night" "lf one is forever cautious, can one remain a human being?" . . , "workers of all countries, unite!" . . . "Arie, ye wretched of the earth" "lt's Mrs. H's fault" . . . Magnificent 7 Mx, I ku 1 KEVIN DALY The world is full of Kings and Queens who blind your eyes then steal your dreams its Heaven and Hell Block Sabbath, 67 CUDA Formula save the K - Bound For Califomia with mac and Dave,9! 27180 RUSH9l2O!80 Sabbath and Cult, Van Halen 7180 . . . FAUSTO GABRIEL D'AMELlO That's my name, Dietrich,Dotman Bobo,SIab,Cente8.Pido,Pogo,Dick Bone,Guldo- ,Cic,Mr. B, Ms.Rogers memories of: A white flow- er doy Cic's back rub,art honor soc., Bll -3180, Yearbook cIoss8-cover,concerts,weekend phog- rapher, "" ARTlST"'TYCCFBY, IALYSIINFY. N i CHRISTOPHER D'ANTONlO DlNO.Highnoon Gardens,tl'1umbin' Sick weekends at the Collesium THE WHO l2fl6!79 Magicbusride, Blind night at 2's l0 WR's curfew . . . sorry Boho and Loco BT's ore better Pinto l Chas Doe,spleaf,lizord,Dickmond's on fire,Led- Zep Comeback! LATER ALLAN DAVIDSON fi Mae., M 5' fgsl Qesr ...1 if l f' X ' u MADELINE DAVIES Febuory24, l 979, Petes Place BOBP, High School "The Tex of the school, he wanders through the 5W9e!h90f'! halls, and he ropes the teachers to Ieamf' Take Core Babe! "If You Love Something Set it free, if it comes Back its yours if it doesnt it never was." ROBERT DEESE l33 f'-Q. 5 y Iwo .ew , fi F, it LISA DEPALO I34 SCOTT DIAMOND Rollerdiscomania in l98OI This is itgnext year Wesleyan. Remember the I962 Fury-bomber! semiconvertible. inever could take my foot aff the gasll Sailing on the Charles II98OJ. Student council, Espanol Praise the frog God! NHS-QEP, 42,1 IIN, l JOHN DEFIORE rollercoaster swimming on the MTo and the frog god knows all woman+cIams!?? zero zero!! witch hazel on whells "money" all season ioz for o NAZI homeroom. Florida is a doy in Maylllworld . . . time over soon again new year eve., M.-,N-..,x TIMOTHY DELAHANTY fs' l 1 JOHN DELMONTE There OK The LAST DAYS OF MAY THE Field llW.P.O.D.,B.O.V.THE TOWN FOREST THE TRIP TO NORWOODHTHE MAC ATTACK" WINTER FEST FRIDAY THE I3 wer in the woods "NoBBY LANE IN THE RAIN" 714 - I 42' JOHN DENARO BI' FOOTBALL DE TURTLE CHEVELLE - 327 - West-Word 5!l5l8O-60's - Navering in the snow UMASS - out of gas Late again - Cape Cod Long Strange trip it been? slush pup- pies M,Ration. BARBARA DIMAGGIO I'rn finally out of here! - Never going bock - light it up Donna - 6-29-80 Kevin B, - snowing all summer - parties up the cabin - dazed and confused - Jeff8Beck down CC - Here Lam Moe-TumthePoge-Who's Next-Florida Bound - Dacey Rat - Later Much NHS! . . . 1.415 PHYLLIS DININIO 'UTP I .4-1 K... GREGG DOHERTY Sh ,.,Red.,.Bnckrnan...Quinf.y... worligge-basketball player Hgghlumper . . . Blue Oyster Cult Buck . . , Babs, C, and JK - you think yau're so illustrious, you call yourself in- tense HSABuckneII HandH Bts Earls KR rules California Bound 5 in T M I mt' 5459511 .r DANA DRU RY Maine,Conn.Rhodels,Cc8eCod DE AD MOBILE! There is nothing like a RATEFUL DEAD con- cert!The stoned ranger!DBFTR !Lewiston Main- US 2-Clean the bongus KERRY DOHERTY Bob 911 7157-8!8O He ain't Heavy, He's my brother . . . L.M.H. Future P.T. Summer of 78. It's Memories 4ever on my mind. TK KM RI DM CW MS Parties at Hugs BTBW Florida i980 Eagles 6lI4 Cars I IXI4 J.GeiIs I2f26 Hey Terri!Where's squigger8-Reck? PETER DUDZIAK Whct's for Lunch? Meow Lake W . ,. Fairway champignon ... The Tor ... SHK .. . Peavey T-Go .. , Artist . . . Skiing . ,. Ring- wood "For the Fashion Sophisticate" Remember the 60's KEC, JH, JA, RS, JL, JM, NYJ . . . Bridgeport . . . Havabaahahba . . . Reflec- tions! PETER S. DUGAN What is Peace? Will ever peace come and saye them from the clutches of destitution? Or is it In the wretched hovels of the hungry who sleep upon hard beds and crave for one bite of food which the priests feed to their fat pigs? - Gibran NANCY DUMAS TIME ENDEARS BUT CANNOT FADE THE MEMORIES THAT FRIENDS HAVE MADE - Scott, Christine, Karen, Jeanne, Curt, Dan- nyf"OH WOW"l Roche Bros, Al, good-bye Mr. Craig, Weekend get-togethers wit my closest friends, June 7, I BI -the summer of l98I I! KEVIN DOWD ,n -.s 5 ,els s . ' ,' I' Q Iggwi? 2' at my ,C j li I-fiisi' .--,. ., if HELEN DOWNS Imagin there's no country, nothing to kill or die for. Imagin all the people living for the day. You may say I'm a dreamer but l'm not the only one. I hope someday you'II join us and the world will live as one ... John Lennon ,.. ,,: ,,,,,W,,. ,. . P' EPI -sf- I I RONALD DUPREE Nova Days, Zeppelin, Mels Mustangs . , . Power Mech Runs, Camping, pond road. Oldsmobiles are lun but Pontiacs are si!!! "Lets Blow This Clam Bake" "69" "Fire Bird" STEVEN ECKMAN ..-. is ROGER ELLIS I36 MARYELLEN EDWARDS Mia in the dust Frosty Molies-Frosty nuggets Lenox,NY? gawk! summer 80 - out of control AI43? SARATOGA-rollin st'n'd Helga! more Ale! Wong-ahso Many BOBOS Beave xmas in june rent - a pigs Buzzed characters Brain- Squish too much is just enough BF! Y-...I fy A' L ,, , , a, 'v W . RONALD ELLIS RUSH wIPE-OUT BIG WHEELS THE FIELD! 7I vw SUPERBEETLE. IT DIED HEAD FOR KLIEN ,.. SKIING THE MOOSE IS LOOSE FSC MOOSE CLUB SALLY SLIM PIT WASH OOPS! SEARS NOT ZARE THE GR GANG SUNDAY NIGHT JAMS Izefso Awesome STK BYE - ,, I. ' J! Qi. KATHY EGAN RcIIingStanes "Sympathy For the Devil" Jimm Blall m love to Martha,Jim,RiI:k,Shawn,Tim Z Becky The magnificent 7 Band music and art forever!! i say yeah! "Stwike him vewwy wough- ly" Oh for sure! Time is on my side!! CHARLES EMANS ,, Ie . , I -A r M gf, ' 4 Eglin. 7: iff!! ML hge ! !! 'i W 'APY-. zirfgfff f " STEPHEN EHRLICH SIMMIVG,CO-CPTN,MVP, BARACUDA,B- BALJ.?, CAPE COD,HORSENECK,COLISEUM, SHERATON, DOVER-SHERBORN, BUCK- NELL, CONTRAST, EMPHASIS, LOOK FOR BUBDABUBBUP, CHARTER BUS,ELO, SOUTHSIDE, STOMPERS! TRACER! DUKE FOR THE NAME, NORWOOD RULES, COBRA, THANX PARENTS, X A, 'r I I ' ADAMENGLE "ENGIE-BENGIE" JOHNNY FOOTBALL f85,0.E. L.B. suicide squad, revenge on South, 37-I3 8-2 record Saturday morning breakfast at IHOP,HUUUUH? Mr. Jones bow's the thorn- bush? Fairway,CLASS OF 8I,broornstick "Last time seniors" YES NATICK YE"-v "1"?r. "E ' H . .. V V K 4' 'jfs' ,rg ,or K s MARK FAGAN GYMNASTICSXWRESTLINGIACRO-SPORT ARMIWRESTLINGDEBBYE: CHEESE-CAKE - PEACEXLOVE-BEATLES ALBANIAN POWER BILL - ROLLERSKATINGIDIVING OH: OK! DEBS-KNEE-MUNCHIES-C'MON MY TEMPER- POLICE-SMASH-NHS-EHG Skip D.C.Poe - Let it be - HELP - Tuff WILLIAM FALLON QQ' TRACY FARRELL AHLALALAFinalIy Madelt HidenLake Skating- Onlce? Bo-cartsA+Di's ModMogjtOm The GraveYard! SpaciFayro I43All! LongStrange TripsCahoonsHaIlow, BRPOS paz! Awing- stonesDgd Kidnaps! Rt3WiIIltEnd? BB'sCA,KC LR,HM, B,SC,Spaz? DoorsLive,WHO'sBest lm- MobileTheSongsOver AMF! LINDA FARRINGTON Saturda s in the bondroom! R.E. The ccmunity Locker. rcan't-I have Enggsh. I have no mone . I Love Treadgold! RED SO Opening Day I986! B.F. How the West was Won. Brucie Baby! TWO by TWO! THE GANG!gye RICK C.F. Seek what your dreams tell you is there, VINCE FASANO Good times bad times you know l've had my share . . . The Eatmobile. Nauset, OrIeans.Scot- ty, you ever seen the kinks? Lulu. Barb and Don- na, you're?ood eggs Thanks R and J for keeping me going orwar instead of backwards, ROBIN FAY Remember the ood times, lndiansgweekends, V,Farms,FLA. Bermuda BI Ski Waterville!! Thanks Mom 8. Dad, AFCCIGLWBBDGJFKT . . . Moi? Party? NAWI! DISASTERTEAM - Where are the disasters?? Grounded a ain! BFU FORE- VER Good Luck Class of 'Bl' gee ya JOHN FEELEY Ace ROSSINGTON COLLINS 8-23-80 BT Wknd BPP Tuesdays Gone with the WIND Be simple man Stcc? LYNYRD SKYNYRD MOLLY HA'5gHET STCC? AV Well NHS IT'S Been Real rw AX 'Tr SUSAN FEIT "Never put aff until tomorrow, what you can do the day after." "Tennis with LM at FN. LT "Are the courts wet?" Lunch with BC, KL, GR, and VW. CF - Thanx, stitches. Can-Am., Stacy's Papas, and Lord C. Yavneh buddies. Bumm scene, another school. ' 1 'tfrff-" ANNE FESTA I Luv you Jeff, AZ CZ DM let's head for Me. again and relive that weekend, got enough for the check? Maria beware of shortcut Black walls IO! HBO, Thanks alot JH JS JF AZ MZ CZ, Good luck to the class of Bl. We're finally out of here. I37 'Ex 2017" 1, M 1' ' '7 , f' f ' Q., ,pf 3 , " K . mg. 5' L , I"fr PETE FILLEDES Pistol Hoops Heater TNT WALL- RUN? Three Tooday! HaHa F Period Rados Run . . . NUGENT . . . A8.P: Fascia Fights . . . Key onGYM Neil Young: Live alone in o paradise That makes me think of two. JAMES FITZPATRICK FITZ Natl Ho So Ties. JA Q.C.M. VP PROD. Track c.c Golf Range Ken's Fair in War and School" Hank GoIdie!Kie All Night IWUW Litz Fonguage,Thanx M.S.G, Les Ken Dr Veg D.K. MO shedmon Eg! tinationPROCRASTINATlON prosras 'kIT""r' SUSAN FINERTY BOO! mooselookmequntic Maine Skiin Saddle- bar:k,Goodtimes 8.Cheryl,Kinks,Cape,5eils Lets go to Boston, GS'sShadow,Sniperats, Seger rules, Thats fried, CA, thanx Mom 8-Dad,Bridget,Porches Trama,Bryceconye an,JuIs,Don't rush the Good things in Life! DAVID FISHER WHERE DO l SIGN, OFFICER? 400 cubic IN- CHES,BLAUPUNKT,AND CARPET. 3l?l SHOULD HAVE DONE THIS BEFORE. WHAT DID I DO WITHTHAT ESSAY? ONE MORE TIME! OH, WAS THAT DUE TODAY? l'LL HAVE IT IN TOMORROW, FIRST THING. BRIAN FITZGIBBONS MIAllI5!8l Na money no banquet Pats Peak wipeout steel hill weekend! Pweep! Produce mon SKI! Yeoh slap one between m chops THE WHO Hey Buckaroo! What's GTs mean? 72 Dodge Dart Lisa you Bonewioode you! Squishy doggy dog! CAROL FOILB Me late?out of Eas.Be yourself Al.Lou.Lost.wipe outs.store 24 are me?asleep.Florida.73sbox Esp.bronkin out.lit. 3 Stooges socks dont motch.KFC,6W.PCB Its your attitude.Mr.Bs nose Tears.an edge.general.Dylan! friends are fore- ver,carry on .ki .. N. X Nix' ' ' -. 43:5 ' W 1. I eff' , , , ,Z f t7 ' ,--. 3 'ws , , H, f . HENRY FLINK USY,Thanx , Pres Le end ... Sunny L.A.,STYX"7B" . , T B B.F,STEVE, Mr. Bill,Big uy,Big Ray l,R. Israel "Bl" semorrties! Pam The Eound,Seniar Party,Hold on Awesome force . . Me 8 my guitar Time to sail away!Goodbye NHS l3B DOUGLAS FLUTIE B'treeFG7878'Need,8O'228rB0 - 6Wal 79'Nar78'IHATENORWOOD KAN8 228rB8vsNorth South79'8O'C.Lambs5g lceOmarDukeBasicD BusRides Cap FBBIBB? Bcheerers-IockerDecor Thonks,Dick l4Gcrden,Bickfords ByeEyeCoolidge:ThanksToMom8-Dad Laurence 6, l2! 9 LAURIE AEVER JANET FOLEY Half days in December Canada Experiments with sweet'n low doublesheoders COFTCONS UNITE The Cape shootouts in the outfield, ln memory of Lynette Planet, ambush on Boom Boom JP - it wasn't that bad Edjr Breakdown again, Linda? JENNIFER FOLEY Patty's Parties "Your Move" V GH Cassidy's cellar. Music "oh Rocky" McCartney Sara T. "No Sunset" Macs, "I get by with a little help from my friends" JBC, weirdos reunite Goon bop junior. Lord, Make us grow in love L.L. Forever Seeya ff if , ri ' - ,fb -v4f' ANNE FORANCE "Education is hanging around 'til ou've caught on." Now that i've caught on, what am I sup- posed to da??Caryn and Ter on donut runs! Jojo a nun?Deb and Cath:BFU, Track B-ball E612 Library, etc. Bye now!! l9Bl, you're finally ere.. PA Y FORTE Rglgsost, Mat'tapan!Roxabryl.l.P.? Reporters z K! oad!BetsX.F' - ' st swim Ted! Eg3re5oni.RgE!Il..F. T.L. mtlm -Thanx for being a friend! You never reall miss someone until they're gone, L.C.L. ILY l-Z5-'0. THANX .XB ....f Y, LAURIE FORTIER DOUG! June l2, I979 "Always and Forever" I-L-Y! if22 the Best,F-B-B Jr+Sr yrs! Jr Pram! CHEERING: Jr+Sr yrs, fs 9+l3:22! Oops, Sorry - Bluebeard Sausages yum, Eat it up! Thanks Miss Krech! By - NHS Here I Go Down Hill- Thanks Mai-Dad!! - --0 --s Y-Y- ff--, Fee, New X ,,., M.. . .,. .X KIMBERLY FOULKE 1, Hn v E' STEVEN FRANCHITTO Black Sabbath Ozzy Mustangs Grizz, Wicked World, Back in school the flame of life burns law, everywhere there is misery and woe: Leave the earth to satain and his slaves and leave them to their future in their graves. Bented:metal,After Forever PAUL FRANCIOSE 4463, summer sprints, Wgt room, RG,going outs in triples, best tackle all year,best Inmn 4 X, will nvr frgt WLTHM,Love those waggles, 8 tkls NDM,LB'S,Toga Party,Cowboy, speed and Ta- lent isn't everything - desire is, 32 stickers,"Un- sung Hero" BENGT E. FRANTZ DOUG FREE STEVEN FREILICH Diane.6l20l8O l0!9!80 68 Cougar. Moto-cross-Suzuki 4306 crash l2!l7l8O 73 Capri,crosh GOFORITH upstate N,Y ..., what a rush . . . Sgace Captain Black Sabbath,Ozzy. ... I don't know . . . Lynard kynard ... Nova Daze-No CIO, Schwarze Katz, mouflon . ,. Driving,sound. "Theres no reason for you to run, You can't ruIe.Nikko got to get away gone escape the fate ofthe chosen one." After Forever l39 9, I In 1 . -, , rx s 1 Q9 Q' 't 1 P i 1 DAVID FRENIERE Let the ood times roll, 8-S2 Scoccer, yick and mick! lg, Winter and midnight swims with snipe rot, Kinks Saturday night bashes. Pointing the night away. Diane,whot did you say your number was. Me,Work? It's only the beginning. . iw' - 'nity' W ' ' 5,4 ,- X f N ,- we -vs yt WJQT7 xx H, MARY GATELY "'5'-I'I-13 I ,lr M3 , - 95- V sity, nu .,1,.gfQg. tgff jk ,TAF h QIK 5, ,. MA. 4 ' i I yy I I I fa LINDA FROST 1 'EJ -arp rf L f I KRISTIN FU REY It's my generation 8I friends Who cape wkds pops! Diet? oops Locrosse Gumnostics 0-9! hair huh?R0cI'1es co-ordincited much? doritos I rnustc got lost RPJKK GNOMES I have to go socks let me tell you ci story walk slow I'II do it next week! I am one 3.57. Q ., .fu I 1 " "'f+:f:- I br fr' , J' I ,, I t I . 3 ,ii ti KRIS GAVIN I 'T' i .4 Q, I V, x D cf,-H, wjjl I .,, J' "'-.-':" ".' - 'X'-T, -Q, -, 54-f! ,:q I L "V J' Q' fa' . y 5473, leg: if-J-""q"r'! N'-Qi " , A, 01- II I st I U-fs ANTHONY GENTILI PRO. studies 80,8I Guitar rage tom's GTO "70" 442 P,S, MODERN yidioequipment Jorns outside with friends MMJMAM Trans AM 455 leoders IMisI1I. TomP.Grcind Prix Rt.9 442 BARNZ "DART" POOL SHOTING AT MARKS- WONDERLAND IMONEYJ on tuesdciys It's Been REAL, ROBERT GALLO THE MAD ITALIAN MAHAN FIELD THE PINE GROVES RIG WHEELS 73CHEVY MALIBU ESP SNOB SALLY SLIM AIRHEAD SOME OF MY BEST FRIENDS ARE ITALIAN THE CRLJSHER AIRPLANE SPIN BUGS BUNNY ZAYRE NOT SEARS THE MOOSE CLUB AWESOME V -a "T B 5 A sf L If ' I I . v-pp I THOMAS GERRY ,, rff' EVANA RACHEL GERSTMAN Flute:Jazz,Marchinglx-country-skiing wl EAGS,snowbalI fights !Neaj 0 TreodgoIdICrecu'nics - Bowlingshoesl ScubciBiRidingAl Nickylleg- :Reg:Pcirties - Noone6Tom 8.Eitz8.Dr.Veg Srlierrnyi Veryone! We Connever forget - All are special Peoples ToMe: LOVE YOU ALL ADAM GILBERT SUSAN . . . Ra and Rl'1odes,Buddha, Jamie and Saratoga, N.Y.C. ... Prez S.C,,SA.B,, E...C., NCCJ . . . Cambodia, PCS, Exploration . . . This brother is free!i'II be what I want to be . . . JT and Los . ,. Frisky . . . No Nukes . . . Peace. --l I z ,...- I o O V 1 "HW I 1 I I -- QI cy I "' I I 9 s ' seigf -'1 1 V , f., -C7 .-,, ryk 'tc . , I . K , I f r MYLES GILBERT WHAT IS AND NEVER SHOULD BE, WE CAN'T CHANGE THE PAST BUT WE CAN RUIN THE PRESENT BY WORRYING ABOUT THE FUTUREzBRENlALYg SAC, BBYTHESS, LOS AND LUBOg MBFGLC, THE BUDDHA5- THANKSDCg JAY-PARTNER5TNNlSgNETCp gmilfgalgl ANDM SKl:BARONgHUNPH,AMY- ALEX GIOVANNES I . JANET GLORIOSO Danny IIIX79 Thank you for making my life beautiful. Firebird, Not Camaro, Peppermint flying saucers, He's so slug, NHS Indians, Hey cutie,panryl1ase n the fire ird, MCC With Jim- mies, reunited on Rockland, Rose Buds, - Teddy Bears, - Brat! MICHAEL B. GOLDBERG GREEN M8.M's! DOIN IT WITH SPEECH,MUSlC,8.DRAMA! GUYS8.DOLLS,CAN-CAN, TWO-BY-TWO, CAMELOT!! CHAMBER SINGERSGBERGIEI THE NHS TUBAS 8. THEIR BACKUP BAND 8- HUEY! THESPEECHIES BIOGREDYERI? NEW YEAR'S EVE! JUXTA- POSING EXISTENTIALISM?? I HAD NOTHING TODOWITHIT MARY GILVALIANI i,z4 ,- f ' ', ,f fl I Ie!!! ..V 's X I f x 62 ,pn f , 1 f MICHAEL S. GOLDBERG GOLDIESOCCERl4VPHoSo ColIMeSub2 Rol- IingStonesTapeBrokenBa ies APEGsfarmStars+Squeak - OKRCJD-RD DrVegFitzKen'nedyMrSl'1eddBarTim USYBB- CaptINTERNALS3O! 4O! FrankCAndRonS - aIctEEGsJonRPI85? Andin The End The Love You Take IS Equal To The Love You Make 'Bl CARYN GLAZER Glaze P3 l.P,G. "summers" BC? "Bowling" CB? SKI! Swiss Alps! V.BaII - move cars much MG! Benz B. BaIIMad DogSoftbaII! KADcc Breakfast People! UCLA! Ma ic! Halls TBID sgcr Newton! Prep? "Lib Cruz." Donut runs G-per. K.C. runs Cape New Years? Bo Ma f ,V , f ,,,, 4 f, V, , My ,AJ SUE GOLDSCI-IMIDT GA,Suzie co-capt B-Ball and Track Doobies Stop8iShap Calif. bound,Prom 80-Bl SMU weekend lunch pals friends forever Jay8iRobin Bickfards ILYKV sunjag good luck friends "the ang wagta have a friend is to be one" THAN KS M MS. AD I4 ...Q PAUL GRANT JR. Tracie Feb.29-? Chinese food, pizza,Racquetf baII,Dr. License 3 Puffy fights in Bourdeau's, the Dodge Colt, PMC!Beta and Mr. F, Black8-Blue, Van Headache, IMC. JV Hockey,Stadiums,Mr. Murphs elec. Nashoba Valley Wipeout . . . Went- worthl? 92. 1 .t. .. ,g '-. rn - gk: - JOANNE GRUPPOSO JO, JORJO, HI-LO, sru FOREVER, HONG ci-iow, HEY CHARLIE, THE Rios ARE ETNE. MY ITALIAN BUDDY, COCTAEOR, THE BEST ANTIQUES ARE OLO FRIENDS. HAMPTON, OEB's I-31, TOM. l42 My . '11 1 V,-. ' 5' Q-f l ,. " THERESA R. GREENWOOD Life is a journe , not a destin , to be followed. Don.B.F.s AFDGJGCGEWPF Tyhanks Family NH wvny Lynette,AI8.VAL GOOD TIMES! pop-corn F-nights, homeroom, Donut runs! Bev-No Stops,D-care, Skate F-ever! Price chopper Here we Come! xl7 Go For It! v I , I4 .li . .X ROBERT GUSMINI The Doors, The Who IZX79 Boston 2!8I . My face slid down the cool, smooth tile, Blood gushing from his brain. Vermont, Cape Cod - The Kinks. 7 I VenturaS300-4-Wheel Drive, Broken Drive Shaft Celebration of the lizard, Jim Morrison. Sur- vial ANN GRIFFIN Oh, pl sc memories at Roche is new pocket books every week Fridays KT DI DS J GEILS Behave Law s a yoke tum it up Kathy Don't sing!!! The beach canoeing DEBRA GOMES Debs, Airhead. Cath Cor Jo Ter Ann etc Friends forever! Rainbows, Snuffs, BFU Forever, Colorado, Florida, Backgammon, N.l-I. Beach Bum, Micki D's, BD PT, Beatles, FR Knitting, FLD, BllI's 8. Voc Parties, HongChow Smiles, laughs B. memories ,.. I STEPHEN GRIMLEY Emu lk -fvi X..Z DAN HADDAD HADS MAD S rian 472 Footballifl C Period Doughnuts THE DOORS BT'S YELP! crash hel- mets Lennon Imagine "I hope sorneda you'Il join us and the world will live as one. Horida trip Beatles Cor-Maverick ELVIS DADS shop Mr Duv- als EBF period class FCLS PETER HAIGIS Pauline,-1f25l80, Prom 80-Ca Cod . . . Florida, New York, August BXZSIBSF Wallcces, Attic 5325, LMH, KCPALLPMLMMMMR, B's 8 M's Future USAF BIIOIBO, Why Me? Track, ,.. P. Y X STEVEN HANDELSMAN made The scene from week to week, day to day, Hour to hour the gate is straight, dEep and wiDe, break On through to the other side . . . time tO walk, time to run, time to aim your arRows at the Sun let it roll James Douglas Morrison, poet 1 JULIE HANDRAHAN .I THOMAS HANSON ri rrrr rrrr c 'S rrrrtr v .' "-,,. 1 E . W X . N K1-'X ' J. -4-rar' LARRY HARDING Bethy - I2fI4!79IFlO ... Football 6928-Ps cho Squad - Quit:kPitch . . . I got the car, whit gi Jim .. . Hoop'79 .. . "Born to Run" ... Roche Bras. - Deli-Baggin Again? .. . The Cope . . . J.GeiIs ... Trumpet . .. How ya doin, snowy bleach . . . YES NATICK I ROBERT HARRIS Rush 72'Honda Bad Co. Cobrasi Rob-Larry- Squeak-Rod-Steve law May 25, 1980 cape little Rec Suburu aII3 Kate 26 Pitts St. Stairway to Heaven high honors rack and roll weekends beat the system -IMC casual J.GeiIs good by Natick Hello world!! SCOTT HASTINGS Wastings,The Bull,Bekins,GAV.8tDUKE,The Doors RuIe,Kinks crash,never did bring a book home, 20 didn't stop us,BT's,Long Live Rock, Vinnies Bat MobiIe,Road House Blues! JOHN HART -i'A'f Z JULIE HARNETT Nantucket My Far Away Isle Sailing Takes Me Away. Spring Thing - Lacrosse. Do It! A Luau? Tanglewood. Caroles at the Pru How Do I Stop?! I 2!2I - Love lt. First Night. We Dreamers Have Our Woysl A Long and Winding Road. Go For It! Thanks Kids. DANIEL HARTWELL HARTY 45451 STARTING CENTERZ8-2 SUM- MERS IN THE WEIGHT ROOM 275 JANET Ill! 79 MY LITTLE SQUAW 4-WI-IEELIN IN THE MUD CARPENTRY AT THE VOC 76' LEMANS SUMMER NIGHTS AT WALLACES. I 4 c ,-Q : :fy 5 .N In ix . f . l 2-if-'ff wel h"" I 6 Q56 I Y ff fi. , If I . J' J X STEPHEN HAYS FRANCINE HAYWOOD Spaz!! Natick Flag Squad! Steven and Mixe! SCHLEPOSPAZVAKIA!! "Flogtostic!" Guys and Dolls CameIot,Verocruz,Zippo,ACHOO!! Shorl!B.BJ! Mr, Bunny! Annie! B.O.P.! Bessa! Lin- do! Marie! Phil fthe bearl! Wendy's! tuna! Tuba urns!! JOHN HEDGES X137 JUNE HENDRICKS 'lbs-,- PETER HICKEY Pete Snete Pedro the mon i973 Dodge Sedan ... Mopar mobile . . . will it starr?! Let's Take the Blazer! .. . cope bound!!! ln doys of old . , . M8.M's with the gang . . . Biff8-stiff show lt's good!! . . . Lifesaver .. . End part one . . DAVID HENDERSON Nova Doze!! Bowling teom Cruse mel's Rocky Sack Vespa? top campin trips Matador Daze The Ocean Led Zeppelin FClose the Doors, Put out the lights, You know they won't be home tonzgglgl We're finally going to blow this CLAM- BA .. LEE HENDRICKSON Leopa . . . Link , . . Bmusketeers . . . Cole school, Eggsy's room, HAG Thanx Big 4, lt's an orangy sky New Year's Eve 'BO Vermont, N All niters ot Pom's, Florida, Rocky Harrow, B-R brawl, Proms . . . lcewomon?I Finally mode it!!! Goodbye S THOMAS HICKEY Prixbound-Trapping, Pelts Z-Z . . . The Doors .. , M-Head Ozzy . . . purple Mike - C-C do it up-sporkamatic 'iff' .,1 DONNA HIGGINS DEWENDREW-Aug ll Summer 80 Penguins walking down the sandy beaches barefoot, watching sunsets. USN . . . Thanks GJARJPDB Hampton 1984 I LOVE YOU MOM. LMH? A REMEMBERING THE PAST AND ALWAYS WONDERING ABOUT THE FUTURE. Z , 'I SCOTT C. HIGGINS GASTDFE, Its all for the best .. . Roche Bros. M.B. little drummer bo , Ludwi , ZILDJIAN. Rasaxaname mayor, TEDGDITEE ac. on the road Let it be, Beatles forever, all good gifts, Godspell Stan the man, 52.52, Thats lt!!! College bound, I2 long, rewarding years, JOHN HOLLAND FootboIl66- funble - Holly- doughnuts Sniff- TheBriunsStink - party after Waltham - Flor- idatrus - B.T.StLouis journalism? Medway bound - late much? Shoes i Y fx 1 2. MARK HIGGINS HIGGIE ffl Thanks Mom and Dad Mr.M's MathCIcss Summer of8O Accidentfaone Magic Mark'sSchool of Magic My Memories of Stop and Shop. All you need is Love. John Lennon with the Beatles Bye Natick High. Debbie8.Me4EVA SANDRA HILLS Memories, Parties, Concerts, Idaho, Skiing, re- minising, big sis, skyline Grizzlies, Football games, Thumbs, California beaches, softball, basketball, busty, cowboys, new friends, old friends, good times, bad times, dreams. JEFFREY HOMAN Hey Babe, Look out, My Iove's Coming your way. Life is a long and Winding road, And we Know it has Just Begun. Now that we're through with the lighter load, Are we ready for the heavier one? Anne, I love you, ls there really a stairway to heaven? if -"ff5i?E! S' . . ' -. xg. 1 - y tv S Xxx Q2 , 'Q it . 'Fr' ., r ff STEPHEN HOOLEY Barney . . . Hools . . . Football1?l2 . . . Thanks Mr. llhval f H.C, the Kinks MY Buddy Swill-Jr. Mr. Auto Mec . . . '69 Bomber . . . ThotsaCLAS- SIC!!! Cellaid Heroes? Dec 3lNantasket 380.K.R. - Homeff2. SSD at the cape G.N.P.A- .m.l3l3.g?,Great Times . . . Always with Nance -wr -its S STEPHANIE D. HOTVLEMAN Yes indeed. Monet Walfeboro NH, LLlP.ARlZ.L and K.Cope Cod art shuffle no circles sailin' in S.Na. norn.ouftits If Tanglewood legs World bound we travel to find the beautiful but we must carry it within us or we will find it not. l45 Xi VALERIE HURSHMAN From sophomore friends, memories and friend- Iy's to junior classes, hard work and Dennis to senior year - Steve, Cindy, John Lennon is dead, the WIC, Harbinger House and help from all my friends: On to graduation. Life still goes on, DEBRA HUWE Chicago Ann 3Scorts "l'm sorry" Mark J. Brit- tany owers Bond B658 AIC CQ Miss you! ES LUV U ACMMMDD son city 34TJ violin - Bas- son leeda Joe Wild Horses Flake Family? Thank- you God Aida Friends forever and alwa us Bye 'iff g.1gY'H,x.1g?:11 'T' ' 'W "T ff' 339'-f,9iLffZ9Z,Lg V ,f'fi7f7TT""""m' tt Qi f -11722-1 "Cf 'I' ' 2,,f4"4"3",E" .mfg A- f Alb-A, - ,I I, I V ' 71 7 II: .px- mx. SANDRA JACKSON ALLMAN BROTHERS LIVE ON . . COME AND GOBLUES J8.JNever forgotten Many Pany times at the Hausr MGA "Halloween 80" usually found with JLM other friends DBK Ain't Wastin time no more . . . Blue Sky, Statesboro Blues, One Way out Jessica ,. Bye! I46 CHERYL JANSE Boo's friend You guys I have to be home by I2 Cape God summer ROMANCE B. ROWDI- NESS?II the bet hedidntidid! muda-swizzles Geils BKinks'8Oporchskatin63s-60sMaine2!22!79 precious 8 few always Bob, I get by with a little help from my friends. Ga? ,..,- ALAN HURWITZ RICOCHET? Rhodes,Ken,Jen,Ben. District Jazz Band. 'Los'Bawie Bunko Catch My Vibes? Re- member Track,Toga,Kinney,Caldor Party Adam,Sue8-Conn.Yo hHles.DaveAZA B.E.by the S.S.J LP Sorry Cav. U ASS BOUND! !Shower the People Kathy"lf You're Gonna Do lt . . . NANCY IRWIN lrv,Cheeringslflf6, SebogoSummers Donna - Great Partner,Dec3l - NANTASKET,GNPA- TIP, noCrusing in the snow,free tux,Thonx Miss Krech Wayland House?Thanx M8.D8iM,HUGS Bper.PaIsALWAYS - DENDMAMTJLLSKM ffl2Steve- Longer than , ,. I love you I l!30f77 ... remember air yy- DAVID JANSE TIMOTHY KANE I I I I JONATHON KATES "lf a man does not keep pace with his compon- ions, perhaps it is because he hears o different drummer. Let him step to the music he hears, however Measured or however far awe " Henry David Ilhoreau S Qs Q2 A , , f - 95. ww -' tw X is xt s Xe 31 X ,cha X N JAMES KATSEFF Hey Beal wake upunbelievable corvaliant, John Lennon lives on, ooh I'll get by with a little help from my friends, ohh l'II get by with o little help from my friends. l'm not here for a lon time, just cl good time. LET IT ROOL BABY RSLLI JEAN KELLY THOMAS KELLY agffwt X JOHN KELLY PATRICIA KENNEALY EY? K lf:-1-. ! . I N. CHARLES KATZIFF BEST THINGS COME IN SMALL PACKAGES. ROCKIN WITH WIPEOUT.ALL SCHOOL SHOWS! D.W. FLYIN IN THE SUBARU -GET ME HOME ALIVE! STK! BUICKS LAST FOREV- ER,FIELDS, FIRE, FRIENDS, JO, HOWARE THE KIDS?A VERY SPECIAL FRIEND,LYN ILTPMMAITTMIL ON TO LIFE j 9 if . ..,y,y P ..,5V 3 I .,.. A . .,..,1.,..,.,.,,., I, . I i LISA KAUFMAN 1 i Swift' DAVID KENNEDY Melisso and Me Mustongs rule 7O'67'Mustangs Mahan Field The Pine Groves Rockwoos ST The Natick Golf Range Denver Bound THE SUNOCO STATION "SAVE THE G.E.K," THE FITZ'S PLACE CAPE BOUND NANTUCKET The JUG- MOBLILE WHAT DID I DO FRIDAY NIGHTIBYE .. g,"',, F ' -1 E' .1 .. ,A .fin 521'-fr-N JOANNE KENT MARY KOZLOWSKI The Gong - Jean,Sue,Donno,Marcie,Joe, Gre , Tony,Danny Weekend Parties. Being HARLESS. Florida with Donna ond Nin, The Orangatan a BERMUDA - Swizzles and Kiss Me Kotes 'EHANKS to Mom, Dod, And Gregg. I48 CYNTHIA KLEVENS T7 JAMES KNIGHT CLASH CITY ROCKER HEATWAVE '80 Caro- line Britain Orpheum that kiosk Cornell! H-Block l'M so Bored with the U,S.A. Looking sharp! Beo- tles 5:I5 Mick Jones THE CLASS -THE ONLY BAND THAT MATTERS - XDR. winston o' Boogie I shoulda been there 8 Dec. 'BO "uv QIEQL.. I .my JOSEPH KOZIKIS VEGAS WHAT???,NOVA DAZE,THE OCEAN,HEY it's MooseH,HOCKEY GAMES IN THE NOVA, BOWLING TEAM?? I'M FINALLY GONNA LEAVE THIS CB, MICHELE KRAGER Memories . . , Heather,Sharon,8.Deb Dolt "THE DOORSI' When your strclnge"I3"Tuppers78- 79, Laconla 79-8O.Riding Forever lOf27f'79 RAZ . Now.Newpon'ComesAlive. AIIGood Thing- sMustComeToAnEnd LennonBLedZep MARY KUSHMERICK Mare MDI!MYERSfThunder RoadlJB Hunter's Beach? Bruce Dec. I 55 I 68.Kittg toolK - here we o again MH,SE,KFJ3,PF8-C fleurs 8. GZSTS good luck 22 8 DCM Cake fight Baby be good for me!JR-p'quoi? Haogen-Dozuflove aIways,Diane California - lt's along walk - WZ STEVEN LACAUSE DONALD LAMBERT "THE ENK" Volkswo on Siamins Rugrats .,. B's games . , . SNAFU ... Concerts . , . Seger,Kinks,GieIs Outlaws 8- Foghat . . . Fri- days . . . Parties . ,, Oldtime RocIn8t Roll . .. our Buddies . . , CARL LAQUIDARA THOMAS LAMONT MYLES? AV man The FIELD STK Head for Klein! GoPWY!! Sha The MOOSE IS LOOSE! Sha SUN- DAY NIGHT workin for WAAF! IZE with ya Fitz Thanks Kev Git back JoJo! The MH Club Ready? UNAGOOSE! lt's o bust wrestle Missin Zoom- Lens , .. MEL on ?f"' GREGORY LAMY LOAF - CABINETMAKING VOC SKIN AU- GUST - 70 LEMANS - CAN NEVERBEAT THE GUYS IN CARDS HBROOMSTICKU MOMS CAR Bt's NATICK COMMON - H.WiIson Rock - Gremlin I0-IB-80 WCOZ SERVICE BOUND MAYBE? WAAF AI I6 study MOLLY'S MlC'S new WILLIAM LANDSMAN Brooke Tyler Yes only one "L" Fri Nights! Franlds cor. MaineSO. Times w!Deb Ted Laurie! their cars ., Cesac,Birds Deb, where cre you? What if? PMD.M W F3!5 Are you serious? Hove any gum, candy, ,, anything to eat? What's new? SEBTSCAI3 LEONARD LAROSA SCOTT LATH ROP Pudge F25O's Forever Dee The gang Hampton Runs Wallaces BO' Suilys Parties South Street Adventures Frechettes,rniddIes ex Cuch 250'sWaIk over c2O's IT seems so long but its always so short bye Natick High EDWARD LAVIN I X X 'QS-y " 'N ,Mak ff' a iff 5' CARA LAWERENCE ,gg I 'S ' ,- 149 t. Y . , 5 ff! vs - I3 by .. t 'av- ROBERT LEAVITT CO2 GAAP: K.A. ROCK AND ROLL JR GOL- DEN ALES OHI' STORE SHOP ROBIN DONNA JULIE,LES,MARYELLEN,.IOl'lANNE,CHECK IT OUT FRIDAY NIGHTS AT THE PARKING LOT HAROLD WAKE UFLCOOLIDGE US WILSON FOOTBALL 3 SACKS IZI :HANGOVER E :JXR :Mn Murph. Qpjr x ' r 1 .f ig f' wr? iiif LAURA LEVENSON Don't walk In front of me I may not follow Don't walk behind me I may not lead Just walk beside me And be my friend. A Camus c -4 SWATI LELE Class of SI JH French AI ... It was fun! Please don't talk so loud . . . Out on Fridays with HW PR,RS and LZ. GR,DQ,FieId,Colt Groves? BSC period study, NHS Thank MSD College?!? . . GOOD LAST FRIENDS FOREVER CHRISTOPHER LEOMBRUNO ns, 4-N MARIANN LESHINSKI BOB SEGER I0-7-80 BEST EVER THANX KATHSICAROL PARTY AT COZ TO ALL MY FRIENDS THE BEST DON'T FORGET THE GOOD TIMES! NOTHING MATTERS BUT THE WEEKEND! THANX JOHNNYBIDONNA MEMORIES OF TUPPER'S 81 N.H.S. MOIESI LOlE'S. Let the good times rolll 1 . Uggws v -grim . . -C51 36 ,:- e i' f I I L N I I .. 1. - YL1"'-' f X , L! .' I X If Vf til A X 3 JEFF LEVY RICHARD LINDSEY MAGS - VACATION - VACTION - VA- CATE SCHOOL - SCHOOL - SCHOOL - SCHOOL FUN - FUN - HOBBIES - SKIMO- BILING I5O I . ROY LINSCOTT Good Luck For the Kids that are seniors next year. you will have completed the year of school you are now examples for the kids to come I hope you will stay loyal to the school and follow its rules. You are the students of Natick High RUTH LINSCOTT LAURIE LLOYD YES:JUNE IS, I979, Ei ht years of swimming: hard but fun! Capt NH? Swim'n I98O. CHEM 2I :Those rxns were great! BAND-TEN HUTT Je ne sols pas! "Nathin? is but what is not" Linda the question is when. wa may-Sept SORIGGER "WE ve ONLY JUST BEGUN"in I9BI II MICHAEL LONG ALL THAT IS NOW: God biess the Kinks! Chemp Bunzie Dedication, gotta have it! Snipe-Rat!! ALL THAT IS GONE: 9-I0-7B:I0-2 9-B05where did it go? Ya sod! KICK IT! THIRTY!! Doudles RS-F C Ca-capt ill! best yet! REDEYE! ALL THAT'S TO COME: ------ L .,,, Ym,.L...wL-Tfsv-ft I 2 :Q I .. I 'S ' .f., -'1e'ffg,1::::'g:3i5,+f1 nys ' . . : L -Q. :ff wi sf , ' E , -,E:i ,4" - , ' Q " ' .,.,. ,, ,C -, I, , , A, L t 4. ' 1 I fc. ,. - 'Y .. fs , X Q I lf I L- in ai I ' ' 2i:i.eiE-lie Lg-. ,, ..,. L ,.., TIM LOOBY LINDA M, LORD Loobs A many wild ond memorable-weekends memories ... special friends,grad - wrestling - Kinks - Cope Cod - Gettin-Iiv with the boys - 69 Novo - no-more-snubs- barreis - The Rents-are-gone-The chicks-are spnt - Saint Louies - AI!-nighters - boxes of BT's - Good Times - GOOD FRIENDS - dreams of success? Ireland'79,Wendy's,HumaroCk, Mr Sock,Pin- da,weekends! Pier4,Iib.Craz,Prom'8O, We're all crazy! neckaches from Ieodweights pedidie times,Thonx Denise, I cauIdn't have done it with- out you, Yes, it's finally time to leave. Q N 3' X . ,L . tweaks - . .. 2. ,REA I, W kiirzwff-P . 'N-wvdi63'W , V DAVID LORENZI GUIDO 73 CAMARO RUSH WIPEOUT THE MOOSE CLUB BUGS BUNNY MAKE THE BIG BUCKS AT ESP POPCORN PIZZA HONEY FARMS THE FIELD!!! THE GR GANG CALI- FORNIA ANGELS SUNDAY JAMS HI PAM AND PUTS THE MOOSE IS LOOSE! 5f2o,af 6,126 RULED! THANKS MOM AND DAD ,f fe-Q, 'rzzr' MICHAEL LUDWIG ANTHONY LUISI EASKETBALLM4 HOOPS AIN'T JUST FOR FUN. The Dustman. ZZTOP beachbound KINKS. ICE NADS BASIC OMAR DLC CC, Free on my own thats the wav I want it to not corrupt and alwa s smiling. Dreaming isnt for dreamers TNQ MK JK NJ summertime fun NHS 641 -hm. DIANE LYNCH Being shorty not bad af'teraII. Texas bound in the summers - on my own now -Jim- Future plan - Teaching the stride - Bad Co., Foghat, Out- laws - Good Times!! 3 'obs - Lite H VFW visits f drawing Voc. schOo!g Commercial Art, A Crazy 3 yeors! iwt MARY MABEE KIM MACDONALD KIMMARIE KEM SMILIE DAYTONA BO HORSENECK HOPKINTON STATE PARK CANADIAN SMUMMERS NANTASKET - AO BOB SEGER COUGAR ROLLIES STAR MACS WALLACES STUFFED ANIMALS BLUE JEANS NOVA SCOTIA BLUE SKYS AND SUNSHINE FOREVER. ol 7US 'i.:--'- ,xg I JOYCELN MAGILL JOY lreland'79 Bessie my eg I Piddiddle times- Rollerskating TMAD MLO ill we ore is dust in the wind! Pier 4 Stephen f HTFFP Prom'B0 WCBDSW! Good times are forever! "LNPC" Blue skies and sunshine forever - Two o'cIock will always be the time ,.. 9 ' . """4 "N 'Q'--s TRICIA MACDONALD Forest Parties! Milford! Good-Bye Tuppersl? ALzo4-eva! Snow Storm over Stevens - Go to sleep Cyote - Live eoch doy, Class ufter Class, no more Wondering Whether l'm going to poss!!! Good Luck Everyone. EDWARD MAHONEY 3 Great Years At NHS - Debbie, Billy, Laurie and Terry-Lou. Party weekends,PROM I9SO, Peonuts,Bosox 79.Gcc - Fun at the Movies f summer 80 with Lori I Seger - Beotles - PMD 7 I KNOW! April Bl - Dennis in FLORIDA - Remember Friends l0ll7!8O THANX f Peace - BE HAPPY. vt.,- in C9 ,.g......: arf' si I MICHAEL MACGREGOR DEBORAH ANN MALONEY Kevin, My Love is strong there is no wrong Together We will Go Until We Die. LZeppeIin 74 Matodor License I l-2l -B0 FrenchFries Prom 80- Bl Coll e Bound KFJ 5-2-79 69 GTO Thanks Mom Sregad Famous Final Scene B. Segar A ROBERT MACKENZIE DR. VEG 73 CHEVY NOVA "THE LEOPARD" MAHAN FIELD ROCKWOOD ST BATTLE OF THE BANDS "79" LIFE LINE "8O" ALLIANCE NATICK GOLF RANGE THE JUGMOBILE KENS FOODS CALDOR FITZ ON THE CAPE BYE NATICK HIGH, l'M CALIFORNIA BOUND. --:sq WY'- rf emu, LYNNE MAN DOZZI Golden Moments BERMUDA friends -love and thanks . ,. Lacrosse - hey where's the fieId?? LFC toxon . . . LiteroIly?dreoms live foreverJT- Tanglewood Memories . . . SMU let the music be there too. I ifif' f TRACIE MANNA PAUL 2f29!8O Tigers ond Lions Snowflakes + Sunsets Pizzo "Love Stinks" "l'llPout" ASMPTN Where's Boston? Bermuda NJ. Little Darlings Skiing Run? "Jean, olmost os CUTE!" m+m 's Unicorns, buttons ond jeans, WH Prom "Long B Winding Road" gp "'4.. .3 ,Jf r, Aj' KAREN MANNING Peace Light Of the World shine on me, Love is the answer. y friends - you are the Best! Bermuda Blast. Vermont 80' Rushouts! LEWEC,MAYS. FishHeads Good Times I'll Remember. I used to be disgusted but now I'm just amused. T's-Zrbstc clTA,GooDBYE --Q nw, -1 MICHELLE MANNING PAULINE MANNING SHELLY MARR "Ben , , . one very special guy." I2-29-79 "Mon- treal-Go-go-Red-Sox!" " wo by! Two-Roche" "Hook to the Rainbow" "Here's t at Rainy Day" Berry O'Mike and the Saccarin Exp. "I don't know, Ben." "Thank to all those who made my high school years memorable! tmetogo JEFFREY MARSHALL 4: ' PETER MARKOU The Mad Albanian, 74 Toyota Pickup,Mahan Field,ESP,LYNYRD SKYNYRD, 'Gimme Three steps'.9l4I Miles?68 GTO,AV Man, Circus Ru WB I DWK,M8iM EIectronics,tnks Mr Murphy:Gd luck JB, DK, TL, SG, DS, CK, Holly, E2Key,Fairway,4X4 thanks m and d your the Sf.. 'I ' i1,, sw., CHRISTINA MARTIN CANPLJS DR - Girls Night w!CaroI "Trying to find the way I feel "Dales and Confused oing thru changes. My family rules. Us8.'Fhem A.R.S.M. - Memories - Cape 6lI8l80 OB! "Kinks" Luv-ya, See ya, - Frank many good times lLuv you yeahlyeahl sure!sure!Later! I DEBORAH MARKS 72CAMARO! Maine in the summer! Franks car. PMD. Nights with Bil,Ted Laurie and Julie what does that mean? Oevre here, Bil Carlton Fisk. Adam Baldwin. No.43! Horsre.Utah, Florida. Bye.Nctich High! Thanks Mom and dad and Nancy, CAROLINE MASTRO l53 All gi Q TAMMY K. MCBRI DE The mystery of life is not a problem to be solved, lt is a reality to be experienced. fm ve Q . ,,,. 4 q N 'Q' 7 Y film lf ki' i 'I ffl: - it ' 1 i v Q' 3? st ,. flee,-W CATHY MCFARLANE Joi-in msfeo. CDALWAYSEMH, Liz, COR, DEB, Jo, ROB, FRIENDS FOREVER. ara FOREV- ER, Liz, Pop WEEKEND! MAc"s E RER. TAF- soMA BAlNBOWS8.SUNSETS,TERfBlG sis THE sum wuEL COME our TOMORROW DREAMS. TRANS-AM. - BUMMER CITY. MEMORIES. BABE 1 LOVE You MOM. l54 "r'r'R' f fMfg1.+i,," ' ' ., ,b, sz-r lr ELIZABETH MCDERMOTT Hey Bear! GH. MYSMHUHBD THANX L.C., L.S. A small butter with popcorn, please. Cath, who did that? and thanks for being the best! I LOVE YOU mom,Dad JEMJJDGMMC!! I want to be strong, I want to laugh along, I want to belong to the livinglllllll fury:-x '-iii Ei LAU RIE MCGOWAN PROCRASTINATE - SWILTON INN - 343 KNOCK,KNOCK HOUSEKEEPING - JULES MOE - D.B.T,L. VOLKS 69' - TC - July6 - Absent much! UMASS - Friday night chink food - CC - Are you okay? Qin if Tip' MARK MAZZOLA M.MCDERMOTT i ly 2 N GARY MCGRATH Coach 387 Football The Florida trip? Star Market wild Weekend Elvis Costello Neil Young Bt's The DOORS! Yelp! Where's the party. U.Mass Bound? Ski Freak "Pra for strength deep and wide, break on through to the o er side" Jim Morrison DONNA MCEVOY Well-my-time-has-come - ll!22!79 - TUR- KEY-DAY - I-LOVE-YOU-SPATl - Save-gm money! - Summy! - nye-79-80 - lCLOS -- lWell-Light-it-up-Barb! - let-it-snow'Dacey-Rat! - who! - Dorada-Dere?! - whereedid-the-time golElLhSonm8-Good-BYE-to-alll - Later-Much If SHAWN MCGRATH Kris FK ll!l8!78 PARTY the weekends! Quino- bin teeh . . George HVactr ,., AK ,.. Mpr.Madness . . . ,IBB ... The Stones . . . .l.Len- non "B0". York Beach,Me. ES Fig. B ! RAYMOND MCHATTEN NEIL MCLAUGHLIN Matodor Days! Flipped itll!! I own telephone pole, Yoda will you still sneer when death is near? ozzy,Mels Cape bound! The Moose is Loose all over My BRAIN!! lt's been fun,Pink Floyd I'm finally Blowing this clam BAKE!!!!!!I!!!!!!!! JAMES MCWEENEY SqueaklSheratonlWabanlCobrasl Bob's Cot- togelGeilslBad ColMip soccer 8-8-2!Smokeyl Elwood! MalllCape Cod!Does anyone know my real name?!We're on a mission rom GodlELOl Thanks Mom + DodfAdios Amigos!Springer's Flower ShoplPizzo!Horseneck mm. 'Q'-X LUCAS MEARIAN MICHELLE MCNEIL 1" ' PHD JANET MCQUEENEY 'lx x KAREN MESSOM R..-,ff 4 MILLICENT MILLER I om operson of Iove,ToIeronce andpride, Iam of fighter. WHATFMAYNET comprehend or fail today l will comprehend tomorrow to it's fullest extent. Because you nver fail until you stop trying, IWill never stop Trying for the best, V54 'C' X FREDERICK MEURLING J I ,S in 5 , 71- H. I lil HEATHER MILNE Tirne Passes bio! Dczed8fConfused ShCiron,Lori, Miche e, is RT three to END? MoM and cl3:GaLMode it!! AIA AI ITroCey Geroni mes i people are strange when your u stronger: DOORS explosion We can live now Blue Dots, Europe lookout!! SLTH!! ami yea 57 f. PATRICIA MONSON :FP k i I i T r I I I I LINDA MOORE I Ab' xg I. ' ' 'F ' 1 1, . MARCIE MOSKOWITZ Morse.ThonxM8.D. Sunny.3-Stooges Eot,BreCik- fast People. MGA.KO.TS MSIM P-girl The WIN- DOW 65f-sbox Only u JS,3. Well,you know,bugs Rocun late pcirtyfcobrcis soccer ImSorryKizzyl CupeCod b-day Lnr Exfatform partyin woman RE-EG SollySlim.I0Owks.Best to U'B 'gy , -Rf , E, .,5R,. 4..- L N ,, .,-i.gM.,L.gf:lm?i.L. BENJAMIN MORSE Almost-thinking - PBPWMGINFWMYII Truelove? Conccime! u undoldTcice Al, DONT FORGET TO BREATI-ll SMHAERLRLY.Any- ways ,. . Eastdistcites - 3yeors? - WHY? - WHY? ldontKnow! So dear friends, our time is come. smiles to dwell upon f. TAXI? 'lx 1.3 Li , ,, ,f,. ,, , ,e f ,r he :LLM V , f A MARY MOYNIHAN ROSES, MONTREAL 'ao - Flying - A,F,??? ATTENDANCE CARDS - THE afos ExPRESS,z2o to zI4 THE BEAR, THE CHECK- ABLE FACTS, PVT. ia., MANUAL STEERING CADANCE, Sas, DEBLT BE EP - Credit, the MAIN AND THOSE GUYS, 'NO PAlNSg No Goins", COMPUTERS, COLLEGE, ,pn lffiiff ' grwxg, ,. . , '. ff, kg, r 5 , , ' rf " . CHARLES MULHOLLAND KATHLEEN ANN MURPHY Substiturion,MCiss Confusion Clouds inside your "The good times ure the best times and the bod head Involving all your energies until your visited times fade away "YorkBecch"Dicky"Summer- CARS 80 Lets go looking for those gu s JP'S!3- pumpkins,wrectl'is,heorts F-Bird Bcsletsl Bests TT,KO.LYD "SMURPH"Koihy-Kathy clubl Kinks Ambivalence . . . ,fe KATHRYN MURPHY Murph! gymnastics capt. NYE 80 Sum 80 Ply- mouth w! O Halloween 80 JP's with K8iK WB's - Now I'm not like this I'm really kinda shy! UVM bound Tl' with LC Prom Switch'8O munchies . . . Thanks Mom, Dad and family, Love, Kate, ROBERT MURPHY Murph Fball Waltham game and that nigI'it,good- time Shamrock Luv crankin Hugent Thanks Lac Liver's crazy Motorcity Madman HHPBES Hock- e Captskiing? MeI's Soph HatTrick Rlruns CUR- FEW? Concerts Nee's House Emmy GOOD LUCK TO ALL OF YOU LAUREN MU RPHY Dedhamite alwayslNatick No. I Doug 78-8Il Found along the sea shore! "innermost feelings"! BS Exercise Sewing Speech Drama Amy Ruby 8. the CycIelCindy 761 MW8.LMc Maine 76"redhots"lCB8.LJ Magic Pan! Colada sensa- tion!! Moss Bay"B3"!Grandma N,M. I979 fair ff .r' xx .xxj N 'I DAVID NADEW I JAMES NAGLE CHARLES NASSAU -..., 1 1 L2 'i . , X ,V t ,sw V . I 'f? . "'i:w'- . Y SUE NATANSON LARRY 8-9-79 ASP ROLLIES MACS PAPAS NANTASKET BOB SEGAR OTRR BRUINS OP GAMES KIM RUN TO WORK LATELY? STAR W SQUARED SUNDAYS IN BOSTON PC STORE OS RIGHT ARM NEW YEARS EVE OSES LADY RED MOBILE IN SEYLE FOR A WEEK THANKS TO ALL I LOVE 19' un-M...-u STACY BETH NATHANSON David 4-2l-79 ApriIVacation'79 Dper.Munch- outs Wecan'tbelcite?! Corr.Sec.SC HRfinoIly BBG ha! hockeygame . . , visits to the zoo mystery tours Good Old R.H.in the fall - Where are we going?? SKllNG!UMASS?? Miss ya Kim out West . . . memories - times fly by! I57 2 an JOHN O'l.EARY KATHLEEN MARY OLENDZENSKI KATHY O.beIlydcncerK-K club PARADISE w! KM CAMPl.DiehI's 55 UMASS-TRAVEL.eGsily amused! My friends are the bestliquality not quonoity ThanksM+D. BBSS.LUVi'l'P. smile! xoxo!RlCOCHET,DCBDI together we have every! thing Alwavs Alan , Do it Right' 5 HB Sl:-rv' DERICK P. NELSON IN YOUR FACE, DRREJECTO, TMAD THE CHAIRMAN, FUDGE, THEIF, 415 HOOPS, BUNNY SHOTS, BRICKLAYER C'MON BETH WHINE. TOGA, FAUSTO WHATS ON THE BEEF, CHIEF? NADS AIRBALLS, FAT AND FASCIA, GOLF GO EASY SPIKE, ICEMAN, BONEMAN Good Luck Everyone!! fiai i 1,44 ' ' I 1. ,L 1'.g3,gQ,,, . Z ' V 'JH' i fp S 1 WN rp' -' STEPHEN NOLE ... R.H.P.S. forecwe ... N.Y.C. ... Nationals, All-State 8- .. . Districts . .. Thanks Bergie ,. . G.D.,K.M. ... 2x2, Guvs,McD, tfhy fl!-s LAWRENCE OLSEN Sue Rallies A Oncl F WCOZ Firebird Malibu .. Swilton Movies .. Macs , . , Nantasket Bob Seger . , . Bruins games Tech Drawing . ,, Fishing . . . Quincg Mancet . , The "ENK"mobiIe ... The Rug ats .,, M,Olsen . . . "Tum the Page" -N fx DIANE NEWCOMBE MAUREEN NOONAN Jesus Lambie Luu Mick Mack MIC Bessa Stones Go nuts Z 2mi MAC TTYTI' Baigle machine Evana KEN Don't you have any classes RON Go to the board please Hic BUD Pocha ls that natu- ral Mitz 444 AW PJ Midnight Swims Waves MSM Peter Rabbit Catwalk Merci ?Pl I , , AN A I , I , ig If JOSEPH O'NElL THE MALL, l972 MARQUIS 429, ANIMAL KINGDOML ASAF, KANSAS forever, sus I4,"PARTY long live zep, Rock wll never die The Joke School, white mountain camping, Watersking Rules, no more school, NHS RIP xg, -Y I fag,-f ff. if , . . . LINDA M. ORDWAY It is all about to begin'Good-luck. Breakfast group. Gotta do it! ' you dropped something" atleast the alpha, Lacrose. Lib craz.!stop!TI1ankst Mom friend's are life's umbrella - Good-bye doesn't mean forever . . --1 'I j. rs I if 14 5 STEVE PARECE Steve, het ready 4430 Hockey Puppet Show JV Survivor C.D.B. 9!I3l8O 65 Mustang 3' Bass at Meadow Phippy? Life's battles won t always go to the faster pr stronget man. But sooner or later the one who wins is the one who thinks he can. CHRISTOPHER PARRINELLO "NELLO" Klnks and ZZ at Cope "I DONT KNOW!" . ,, Three TOODAY! cale and his Pole ... Buzzy if I 4 "Wasnt going fast!" USC Trojans Blue or Red Fiat? . . . 'Rodos Run "lt'll bealright" - BTS - JELLS 20th Century Man . . . Gravel Road Oscar M. at Marquette,UB -m4....sJ..f,....-.sL--..-.., ..,.,. . L . A. .,. KATHLEEN MARY O'RElLLY Kathy-Kathy Club Your Kidding! Wontons, Ocean City, The Shaft X-mas wreaths, Valen- tines - BIZT Logan + The Cars TOL Cashleen Soccer + Hockey games L.Savers DLB-LTGTR B-Bab PrHB JP s-RM? 385 THC Friends KMTTIQMMMJS A2! FBird-Baskets Thanks Mom + Dad ,Q- 'R TAMARA PARKER Bob, WeHadSomethingThatMade UsVerySpe- cial EACHOTHER, Love BEAN, BERMUDA! B.F.SI'IERLOCKlong nights talking, SPINSTER- SISITERS YaurKiddingTHAT's NATURAL! BELLY DANCING pickles!Bro-AL KO My Sun- shine, Keep Smiling DHevenAfterPromMom"I WUV YOU" JAMES C. PARSONS SUZUKI TS 125 TeHE DCCTS GRADUATION AMUST OUTLAWS NOVEMBER I SOLD OUT LYNYRD SKYNYRD HA HA fsc who knows Isbftr LMH 3 years of terror See Ya NHS lT'S BEEN AN EXPERIENCE BI' GREAT YEAR I ,-1-1 -, 5315 R -is ALLISON OSGOOD Luke,Regie,Alpie,VanaBeans - New Port Yel- lowdots swirnrninglwhite shorts"l have a weeble for a Teacher"Horses8-Horses Montana!! MeI,unsweetened CooIAid!CASEY take the sil- verware "Freedoms just another word for nothin left to loose"JopIinlm goneRAG dna." I- .. .1-' LESLI PALLADINO Yes Indeed. Monet S,L,J8-P NAHS Words 8-28- 79 Tennis the stang Free me! Savage - Cape Cod Geils Dancin' up a storm Tanglewood. Sailin' in S.NK. Bermuda bound Ya say you want a revolutian?! Crane's B. Boston an' the good times are the best times . .. '71 w 4 I Y ,fi frvc,-M -' :gg-It I If ' I X xx J49' a?"K .I IJ KRISTINA PATEUK Lazin? on a Sunda afternoon - Di8tMugs Sum- mer B Seger 8- the Stones JSE-Tl'P Prom 79 crystal l43 - Shawn H DH 4l25f79 LYAYKI KD Bermuda-CCC - BAD CO. Sunsets Tears of love losfn daylcome by KCASF Cape Cod Night Life - et It A HOWARD PERLSTEIN '70 Olds Ken a 9National Honor Society Student Council JAZZ Concert,Marching Bands Dis- tricts? Number nine wl'Iat's an Enigma? "80lt" - Tom,Dean NOT AT ALL A day in the life "CAN- CAN' "Camelot" Beatles Hegs sa Dehydrated! Open the trunk NWGJEMS N58 yi I WARREN PLACHY PLACH F-Ball JP25,Wrestling COP! Have gun will travel. Thanx Chipmunk Cheeks! Wilesy Middle Monsters Rule! SKYNYRD. "Thanks Alot!" Giles! ... 'l'l'OO? "Yes NATICK"' Great White Hunter The Stones. Good times , . . always Jean I6O rt A A4 is -in 'Wg-N yo' ,. 5- , :gf 1: as E' s BRETT PERRY BT CAPE BO,79, NEW YEARS I IoI'm just fine WATERVILLE-LOON MOLLYS 88 CZ WE're THERE Bail I4 HENRYS CAHOONS PTOWN MOOSE LEG LOLA SNIFFS DSW WALT!-IAM SZZBSABD DATOMTOO "ROBIN" BYE LAURIE POCHER POCHA!! "GUYS a. DOLLS" - CREWTONI BLUE STATION WAGON! VERACRUE! 44 "CarneIot"LIVA! THE GANG:SMKHAD- DALLFS! BYE MRS S HELLO MR RI VP-ICI-ILC! FEI.LAS,FELLAS! FLAGTASTIC TUNA! LOGS- DOOBIES! WONDERTWINI I cAN'T- I HAVE ENGLISH! NOVA! 5260 JIM WHO? I'M ALRIGHT! JAREO JEFFREY PHILLIPS KEITH POGARIAN Pogo, Pogie, Bob Glicker Many good times at I4 Fem Flea Market Capers BenHem street Hockey Knives are quiet, pla pants traffic lights turn blue tommorrow A false giend and a shadow are only Present in Fair Weather. MICHAEL PHIPPS ALDO-Bldg.l9IALmost Gone 9!8l8 oorl lOll7! 80,MARSHAL TUCKER,CHARLlE DANIELS, 91 I3l8O,Tee's, POGO,, DICKY BETTS,AND RENS,ALWAYS GOOD TIMES. MEADOW- EROOKRDGARDEN BOUN,ONCE OR MAYBE TWlCE?AGAlN Letsblowit away,ignorhunting- in in-MiIIis,First-One,LookA'I'I'HAT f k x If Ax ' ff I ff 8 I ' LISA POPE You may say that i'm a dreamer but i'm not the UWIY Ong, llhope someday you'll join us and the world will live as one. -John Lennon. l made it Erica! love to JT,ML,SS,KG,MF,LA,SH, DE,BC,GaL.Mfs. H,BK,Mo,JM .WOM and plz and STEVE DIANE PORCELLA Bengt 6120180 sensations and roses Wallace's .. . LRE ... to dance beneath a diamond sky with one hand waving free, silhouetted by the sea Farewell! and thank for everything JEFFREY PORTER SAB,SACtome.Bdoted,Sassamon2V2METUEX. COMMBPEECHTEAM - GROUPIE FISH, CATS,TREES,COOKIES,ARECOOKlNG. USYPREPPYIPUNKOUT CORNY,Inspector Jeff - Thej - don't call him,who is that masked man? Gang-of-four.Bonjour-cava? Let's look at both sides of issue. if GREGG POWERS ROSSINGTON COLLINS BAND AUG. 23 Prime Time BTandJD WKND'S LYNTRD SKYNYRD LIVES ON Ace Mr Murph 4480-81 QW7 Football Swamp Music Gimme 3 steps Arc Molly Hatchet Bounty Hunter Jacksonville Bound on vacation No money no Banquet 1 THOMAS POWERS The T No One Gets Out Alive 80 It! She's in the trunk doors '68 olds Sgt. Pepper W.T.M,P. Execu- tive Brasilia Marimba Band Revival Marching Concert and Jazz Bands Swim Team The Fu- ture's Uncertain And The End Is Always Near. ALISON QUARTERMAIN Piano Moz,WaterviII,St. Louis "Suicide Trap",MH+BOX, Barlow KJ. W.A.,Mogansett, I :2O,Kacky, FeIix,Tirne may change me,but I can't change time.CoII in sickzmom '. Wellesley College and Lucy,Bod 2,Rents-away - Gram's house, "l'll be good Pam + Jen" DEBRALYN PRESS TheotrefDance! I Love New York! Guys and Dolls, Can Con,CarneIot Two-by-Two, All School Shows!! Speechie Ca. Summer'8O A.C.T. "They say the neon lights are bright on Broad- way .. . "lt s DEBRALYN, SIR" X GLEN PRIMEVARA Patty - Forever! Marriage in "83" On our own in "Bl ' Best Buddies Trips w!J8tJ "Every Saturday NlGHI!G.V. "R.W.G.M. "Our song - shining- Star Dad's NOVA HAMPTON-Beach Rice Rd.is a lst. Were gonna make it! morn8-Dad thanks 4 understanding 8. Lee Alistening 'vsf,, a.'. ..... .. THOMAS R. PROSSR I paid 23 bucks for this?????? ffm-W-YI f- -VVVVV 4 " 1" I ' ew- - , , will JUDITH DIANE QUIRK Jude . . . Tennis Captain T981 -JP'S Break ln at Dug. FLA. in Feb, Thanx Big Brother - DK! MEMORIES JD's F-Bird - Baskets. REO-TFMTF Those Boston Trips! NSJHBMDSKO Prom SwItch'BO ... St,A's bound "l Believe In Yesterday" MMC trips, Thanks Mom and Dad. O PAULA RAUSCHL The Wanderers "senior year" Thanks little colt! The greens kitty trip where's the pickle bucket? DQ MACS Let the good times rall skiing? Fri- days!!! GR,Fielcl,ss,stones H,B+S games Let's make :I scene!! Mexico sunshine! YCAGWYW '5- -4, A Qs,- ANDY REARDON Fndcg nights K-Lua , Virfs V Which one Is she?. Motorcycles Toronto Texas Leominster E and F In wood Mr, D , YELP! Knees Fingers Planet SCANDYRAX TURN THE PAGE . BORN TO BE WILD GOOD BYE'GOOD LUCK'GOOD TlMES! l62 yr. - , ,., 1 I . if K ,m E 17 -ruff rr' I 1 ,j Q3 1 i -4' T fpyxii' f' , lv. f ,H , 5 r at A. RAHMAN I , ,, , , 5 A 4 1 A ff. , 531 I ,K y LQ ., I t I PETER RAMSEY Nova Daze, what ever happened to the bowling team?? South. Cape Cod bound! - Heart weekend - and many more. Ze A The Ocean - M.H. Nothin but the best. EBOZ cruzin .. sameda ??MELS! We're finally ganna blow this Clambale !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! CRAIG RANSON TTTTTT T' I I ,.., 9 ,V 4 A X I , in ,I K , , if f in nes Ns' luf"'Tv+ ,A --1 LINDA REEBE EDDIE MY BABEPREPPIES FOREVER MARSH' FIELD - RED-RO5Es,THE GANG AND PARTYINGBLUE SIcYI.ARI45,"PREcIOU5 AND FEW ARE THE MOMENTS WE TWO CAN SHARE" 9 T7 78 MASS BAY BOUND- WITH A LITTLE LUCK, NANTASKET,GLORK,RAB- BLES,I LOVE YOU PREPIATA' TIMOTHY J, REED Maine NOVA DAZE Crankin the Ocean Green Bottles RULE!!!! lets Blow this clom Bake lt's Been Fun ROBERT REILLY BASIC NATICR B-BALL Hoops N'HOYS WITH MR CROW TI CADDY zzToP cos IcINIcs oawN THE CAPE TRP If5l79 Myvsr SUNAPEE PRoMs NICE MEMORIES - DONALD SAT MORN CARTOONS grrllx-gTIc5EH'xoXsrDgAANv FRIBBLES NOW FRIENDS DNEICHE2 DUSTY OMAR UM ELAINE RICCI The time has come to say goodbye, but the memories of us all shall never ie! Best of luck to all my friends hope to see you all again! Amherst. Foghat and Outlaws! STPARTICKS DAY! AI ert,NAVY - I 2l27!79 Swimming W.A,Y.A.R. Bye N.H.S. Q ff' ks CDR' W,-vrtr . R X . t X 1 2. CYNTHIA M. RICCIO JONATI-ION RICH SS+S Rule!9lfI2, ML-I-DF - JP'S? Who'll lose the bet f Swill or Squid? Ascutney- I hate Fifth Ave. New Year's- Barrel or Barn. Hillers. Winter Up with Bunsi. Link, JC Jr.,Dan,Robo. Bye Now! I'M NOT A SNIPE RAT!! :ff-:.' . :E .:f:'.3?5.-1215: , . f, ,. -. ,. 4-ffi1i:.g3Q X3-3 1 It J .5 JOANNE ROBERTS My Generation b-ding-ming I cant explain Love ReignOre Stum, Nel,TilI,Don,Broc,Jen8-Club Wright I LOVE YOU ALL The Doors are open far us Lewiston 916180 the ultimate jewel A the beach is the place - Deodmabile fGa with the flow - victimized - ThatsAll. ROD ROBISON 75 Cherokee Cope Trip Pool ho ing Cobra LSSR let the good times roll Soccer 85gTrack Sheraton Best Inn Geils Doobies Cars Do you go to FN? Bob's party Coast Guard Nght at the mall mid- night lectures Larry where's rafton? Grey Ghost Hunting K x w-- 1 M. EDWARD ROME DONNA ROZON lmouttaherelW.S.A.CMH "TEACH" Carl where's Cohen? Cruise Bl KDONNAIZ Guess you had to be there! LMLMLMDSJMGMSK A!Pkitty KI Y,Florida - Saturday night chase"Do you have a twin?" Pamlfor a soph,you're OK! Love Stthanks MOM B. DAD Later NHS DAVID RUBIN M, -ifllfse-em . N ,rL::-.--, . . .Z refer? "fo - -'n:.:.5:-. - , 312131 7:':., .'. 'I Viiiligswb ' - I , ,. l 'Wi 1 , Q .1 'IIElx.,,. ,. , I , ,. .3 V- - ..w I mln f ri. WADE RUBINSTEIN That's right! Long live NERUSY me lift weight ,.. Que asa? . .. Hece's aurfriend Neil Young. How's what's her nome?Punk Out Gang of four "And the weaver said, speak to us of clothes" GQ Guy . . . Step into the Future. Bye now. I63 F o E ik pp-A 'i4',.f, ' .mai ,.,,.421L, LAURIE RUSSO I -Q30 Q. X I1 I I - '-:C f"':'I,.:f. , E f ' 2.4-0 I,,,fL,,, ,, ,,,,, ,,,, ,, .., ... , SHARLENE SALLET GO FOR IT! Partners Forever- ACICHLY THE PREZ, what Planet - KF? 'GRUNGE FOR FUN- GUS' Volleyball cpt, super jocks LPgTerInis '32 'The gang' Maine Wilderness . ,. After I2 years - JSg SKIING '79' Parties at my placeg KIXTAHDINI TRUDY M., M0rrI,Dad - Your Ter- n Ic In xi? DONNA SALVONI DoozE as IDONNAIZ FIELD HOCKEY CRUISE WIDQNNA EAGLES FLORIDA CHAGES DEVS MARYSUE RAQUETBALL oooEIIEs wl RBSGIHIVKODCLC - IQIII LIBRARY G PERIOD CASEY'S KITTY ERIDAYSI "TIME EOR ME TO FLY" sos SEGER WHICH MALL TODAY?? ROBYN ANN LOVE You MOMEDAD. ., ,gg , t X 1 , F. ' e 7.5 I fi I 4. xx I I , ' M I , I , M ., I , 2 ' I MICHAEL SANFORD PBZP MOTORCROSS WOODWORKING Hi as u Kite r. v--wx C, 4.2 7 S 'ins-fv I, I g MARGARET SANTELLO FRANK SANTUCCI LINDA SCAMMON ERIC SCHMIDT 9935 Football "BO" 8-2-0 USAF In Door SDH 783 Tooch Mollyo THE BERK GOGO GOMEZ "69" CHEVY VAN C PERIOD DOUGHNAGS VAN HEADACHE LESLIE ANN SCHNEIDER I-95 --- QV - -E V99 -,. Chem Labs ... Paddles RedFace.,,Ochoy.,.Chm,., Kickinrhe head . , . games . . I morn . ., IO8rnoredays.,, Snow NH --- Okflne ... Geeschl ., 9 red with tiny pink dats . ,. math snoopyl' ...,Labs 52052 .sbageswie . , , contacts ,, . bangs BRAD SCHOLL DONNA SCHOLLARD Football Cheering 5 Good times HR Laughs Friends Forever 7 Rose NT,Em,TS,JG Hey y'aII GEORGIA! Go for it Em! Jeff and Mutt PB Mike 33 Naaa Atta go Natick Oh joy Just enjoying it Only the btginni Brigharns Emily - don't mix our Mikes MAE, Bye Natick. HEIDI SCH RIER .RK ,r yi .1 ALAN SEYMOUR THE FAULT LIES NOT IN THE STARS BUT IN MR.H WENDY'S TENNIS FLASH GOOD ON YA WHERE THERE IS A WILL .. . SORRY CALVIN GREAT JOYS,LIKE GRIEFS, ARE SILENT,ED,JOHN,GLOBE SANTA. FINE!! zaQ..e.,.1,,......... .. DEBORAH S. SHAPIRO WEEBIE RULES! Speech Band GUYS8-DOLLS,CAN-CAN,TWO BY TWO, PERFORMANCE 80 Guilt trips Speech Nationals Do ou know me? . .. Love and Thanx WN,SW,GD,'lYS,DS,RS,RE,CM . . . Lear's Storm One season following another, Laden with happi- ness und tears L ffl I MICHAEL SCOTT I Love Cath -Jo Bush Forever!And would like to thank my ?riends,JohnJoe,Tom,Scott,George, Joe,Doug,WaIter,Jimmy for making the last three years the bestll will never for et you guys . . . And I can't forget about my Black Ford F-IOO Muscle Truck! KIM SEAVER Let the good times roll! . , . Think"'ComfortabIy Jimi Hendrix Hey Joe BDC.Mississippi Dreams! M-Shine,Cougor. All that you touch. Purple Haze ItAin't nothing but a I Brother- Iy Lave.u'he Doors.Skynyrd The Cgogtimes are oreverx ., A S S y is ., ww f' , , J . lm P ' I -'... . fs...f' .,,,:Q:u.m- -t,wa,ci,w DONNA SHASTANY John 9f2f79 "LADY" I Will Never Forget All The Things We Did Together. Good Luck d.s I.m j.t d.w friends Forever. BOB SEGER CONCERT "I9BO" White Fence with the "HOLE PATROL" Double DJ's Down Firerun. Prom "I9BO" Brown Chevy and LTD2. U1 ,fa Iwi 'Sa . I., , I..- J 1. I DAVID SHEDD SWIMMING!itwasreaISCTLSEMGJFDS sailin - atDug - justrelaxHEROMWPDACg- PITonefleweast! Neversa Never intoNautilus- pepper Buckwheat THEgOOD,THEBADand- THEUGLYLZRSGS yorksaignant CROQUET SAC APGIR CHECK NOTHINGSHOULD- BEMOREHIGH - LYPRICEDTHANTHEVA- LUEOFEACHDAY. I6 1 . 'Y ,.1? L Q , ,si-jg, f' Fulk. -' .X ff- -"-'F' Lx' -of ' -L . -22.-'-'ceo-f Wbiir E fs'-2:..sfAw -nv' a ' .F 4661 .v.,,9 'Y-Y--w I I I I I I 1.4 JODI SIEGAL Am I still ou friend,L.S.?? l'm darker S.S.!! Indie ans, MOE MEMORlES..NOVA,THE WIRE, MOMS SUNROOF AT MACS Love STINIG CJ MM U'll findl goodtimes wfprimo Pegslocker Callegebond? Katleen don't slip! SKIPPR - lcan- 'thelpit Luv you Mom8-Dad,goodbye NHS . . . I 4: , - ', 'lf lx I . , N.. Y N Q Vw 1 ,,L,. fi rbi ' I T x xk- gr LYNETTE SINCLAIR I made ltll Good Times - Terrie, N.Y,AL8iVAL Price Chopper l7times,W.VA.and the lamp shade. LOng walks7talks with J.F. What house 8Or2O Walcott? F.A.C.E. - SOmeday,wl'Iat a dream! My family, the greatest and growing. Never a quiter. MICHAEL SKINNER Skin Q79 FOQIBOII Got A TROPHEY FOOTBALL WAS GREAT GONNA MISIT SOOCLUB SHOT- PUT CURLING TEAM!! HVAC VOKE SCH. NRTHEAST BOUNE! SICKCARO GAMES, STEVES HOUSE!!! KEVlN,LETS GET SERIOUS EITZ 69 KRISTIN YOUR SPECIAL TO ME,HUN BENNY HILL AUGUST SO FAR AWAY' l66 .Q-c PATRICIA SLAMIN Hello it's me!MagecBusl2ll6!79 Don Til Nel Juanito"Nothing is PLanned by the seaiisand Bzdin Gj with the flowlColorado The sky was yellowit the sun was blue. Lewiston I live for mg dreams Bla pocket full of snOw!seabrook5: 5:l Gimme Shelter 45OSL DOORS ,I I KE x iv. . TOM SHEEHY TO friends and good times had Lifters,Baloons8.Tunes,7-20-60 Thanks Dath's! ROOQI, IUPAPOPDY Cape Cod summers Oh Atlan- ta! Did you get it,Cut?" Major Spinnakers NASC crew BiiTime Heres to good friends. Have a good one " II things must pass" W- GEORGE SINKO MIKE SIROIS Thisistheendlll don't mind saying goodbie,All- rnybuddies, had our We times fun. Summerdaysme8tBilI, here is Nobby ln.?forest.To my girl Maria,ycuI know it was there. this is the inni ,thi are alwags d'U19if1Qi Time passI:gonIIT-lopI?3ouFindW atYoureAII LookinFor. I 4 X I l GARY SMITH Naticook .. . Its that red Subam Smutty . .. PIC Kitchen Raid JGeiIs concert Cape Cod BT MGA Stoney Wrecker ...ML... Pearl Leese...WcIterSkiBe0Ch ThePit Squeak Qars Toile... IndoarTrock Floyd Bnghoms YU later NHS JENNY SMITH Brockly Whata -wierdo! Van It! Maine wl Sprink- Iebonk and Jimi Hendrix. I'M Stayin Marvin C. Dead ,Lunch boberts. Thot'swild jewel it! HEY E9D,TD'Ie Z::1nesiGatta have THE . rea ou THATS ALL!! HO y e se. LOVE DALES I-I ROSEMARIE SOLLIMA HOMERooM LAUGHSIWHENEVERIOKAY FINEIISO EMBARRASSEDNHE WANDERERSf JUNE WEEKEND1cAPE CODIMEOW cRuSHf FRIDAYS XMISTER MISTY'S THE FIELD! GROUNDROUNDIMACSXDQX SMELLY com EAPTAEAVSNQOLDIES1 STRAIGHTf222f EaALLfTH FSUROSE' ANXMKIDXIFI ROMMA SOUTHWICK Ethan - I like you just the way you are. Beau - a bottle full of roses Sam - peanutbutter and iel- Iy,chow for now. LEA STAMOULIS "Fellos FeIIas" shows music l.R. procrastination A.8IP.cat parties Romeo cliffs Mash Politics 6Ominutes breakfast hothzo. "we" "super states" Bill c.crap V.P. "Duc"Pe2 "mann unit" cards Harry and Frank TGIF Thankx Guys! LORI STEPHENSON ROLLERSKATING IN THE RAIN TWIIKB "DDN'T BE LIKE THAT" DIANE LASTING FRIENDS STAcY's BREAKFAST PEOPLE ufNofWHofu1RI If91aoJUST THE BEGIN- NING "You 'RE KIDDINGPU WHAT NEXT? WHO KNOWS? GOODBYE FOR NOW "SMILE" THANX AND I LOVE YOU MOM at DAD ,Ls ,As .,, TRACEY SPENCER Spence,SWEET but yet so HONEST Fi ure Skater.Rockg I I!I!8O WHO ME? HUGSI Cgym- nastics A 7 -8I RINK RAT!breakfast crew!Ra- cuns Lozal Soccer Fan.SMlLEY! BORN TO BE WILD! I you can imagine it,you can achieve it.If you can dream it,you can become it. 4-1... MARTY STEVENS "Mortski,MuIIner and Man reI". . . . Conserva- tive Republican South gNatick . ,. Irish .. . Bike Racing "What ever happened to the good old days" . . . Army . . . Engineering ilot. A14 i' A 'WT' BARBARA L. STRACHAN LYNNE France79 7ll 9!B0 Jim1f23 - You have o special place in My heart where no one else may enter, Friends! thanx Mom8-Dad Life's insane! Rollerskating Bob Segar Rules Pier4 MGA PM! LMH I'm older now but still running against the wind BSASF N O , x x .W -mg., ff X1 -.,, 1 I A I NANCY MARIE SPEZZANO Tennis Captain N.H.Birmin ham Bonfires Palm Springs Crash! Kryptonite ghatham All-Nighter Ski the Moguls Biting the Dust Good Buddies - J.Q. A.Q. Heidi Break in at Du Timothy's Dime Night Florida 80' Let The good Times Roll Thanks Mom and Dad. JAY STONE Stoney,ThInk Tennis,Late Night at waterski beach,FIorido Summer Jam,New Hampshire boshes, RIp,kitchen break ins . . . "what the fu- ture holds in store f SSS" Bahia Cabana, Nontasket beach weekends,Jake,Thanx partner - SGIRB "Let The Good Times Roll" .v ,..' A ... r . X 9' 4 rf LARRY STRASNER Stras - Cobros - Squeak - Robey - Rush Earl French fries J.Q. CapeCod J.GeiIs Soccer 8,8-2 Thanx forthe passes Mrs.B Blond Bomber Thanx Mr.8.Mrs Squeak Jesse Movie Jeanne Thank you MOM and DAD Bobs Brookline Smokey Bobs Cottage I promise I'Il pay-ulback . AV. ,.,-L . 4 ff-XQTQQQKX , C" we .' 1 -'W - .I , V xy ' CORINNE SULLIVAN "GIVE TO THE WORLDTHE BEST YOU HAVE, AND THE BEST WILL COME BACK TO YOU." JIM,53Ol98O "HOLD FAST TO DREAMS FOR IF DREAMS DIE .. "I BELIEVE lT'S TIME FOR ME TO FLY." 'T"""n"' li I 1 I I I X I 'Z N, ,if , f ill , f il! I 124 EILEEN SULLIVAN SULL4fI5,Last,but not least,DS B-boII,V-boII,I feel good! What else is new?Never mind! or else Uayki! Forest,Farrn"57" No more parties CSIS -MASS,to join the troops! "In the end the love yrou take is equal to the love you make"Beatles hanks BudBubS ,NQIVQQ4 x if fy 'iw vw i, L' '- I wee I .I. oh: v ff 5:1 J 2 9 -4, 4 , , , f if 1 , f MARGARET SULLIVAN PEG Rahifo NDENDAMTJTLLSKM Those memories L+P J's locker MyneighborBounce. Donnasrevenge FrimomswlAV A Oh a! I don't Lie!! The sixth alwa s Gfl' JOgJIM8- Joe JosephlHACK IMPI 'lyhanks MOM 8- DAD JOE SULLIVAN Trucks are the bestexpecially FORD Trucks F- IOO To the class of BI New England Dra way Hampton Beach Walloces Summer of "BO" good Friends Good Times DIANE SWIFT Family and friends! Sisterfish CopeCod,summer of 80. My Dad and LosVe as,MicheaI - a spe- cial friend,T's - 2tcsrb.EIl you need is love! Pam's pcirties.I used to be disgustedbut now I'm just omused.Goodtimes . . , eeya y ff N - iii' JOSEPH TALIOS ....,,..L..A-.., ...ee ,,, so ..L.e..-.. TRACY TANZAR Summer 80 - York Beach - Dick ??? RIUNITE KinKs weekend BONS? MK Scuga8iSoca The 3Wreat'hs8iHeans Pumlpkins? Cheering I I8.I2 "Smurf lets go lookin or thoseguysu ski mach Kath? Spacy? friends ?CM,KO,JD,WSC OR N,Y,? Thanx Ma ove Reign O'Re Me,Mem0rig5 ALYSSA TAYLOR TAYLS Co-Captain B-ball Preppy A giggle a do keeps the glums away! Lunch Buddies. JK and S5 All dressed up with no place to go! Just Friends! Rainbows Stocy's Girl Thanks Mom 8. Dad. We've only just begun! Best wishes to all! DONNA THOMAS ,,,-1,-A JEFFREY THOMAS Whats so funn 'bout peace,Iove am? understanding? Elvis Costello STEVE THOMPSON SxDxRxR BirDen all the way make my Hilton Salads every day! Me and my Love Gail! Maybe Air Force??. after here??? me and Gail Jon. 6 to when ever! Later Natick High. gulf..-A 774 sn... V DONALD THORNQUIST BRENDA EILEEN TIBERI EDWARD TIERNEY BRIAN A, TILL Da r 150 THE BEATLES THE DOORS. Bom Tilly ... Hockey 5. 4412 rule! ... to mild. Bom to be me -flying high -flying Thanks Coach Lac . . . 68 Olds-Cutlass , . . free - No one here gets out alive, Good times at F +y . . . P.C, Bound . ,. Hools 8- Hat clay - iWhat ajokel . . . Skipahis funk yard strut . . . D.F., The erk - just the opposite . .. monks Al at Kay 169 sw' 'ib- SCOTT TIRRELL fog. Svxy Ei' MARIA TOCCI shin .1 1 -46: 'fig ' ' 1 .. tw -4.4 G 'I Blu 'TTT I 4- cl, 'sf- G", vlflkx 3' X L I, - fyffrfxvz NI PAU LA TOTA t . MARC TRABBUCCO Duke, B-Boil 9642, I Made It! curzin' with Scott und Gov. Dangerous . . , The Doors Rule! Good tirnes,Bod times,You know I've had my shore. L.H. I am not ci veg! If 534-W VZ Y ,--if ' , 'et LISA TRIFIRO Locrosse Lisa Squored,C period ietty BfOIdS.ThE Commune Party Feei like making gloves Kicking spray Curly' Who's Fred? Hay reunion Get oH my cloud TNGU Hyannis Bizarre summer Keep on groyvrn' Lose your dreams and you wilI Iose your mind I7O , . T A R134 7? , I PATRICIA TROTTIER FIorrdo Pc1rtyICAPEBOUND THE NUNNERY?I musto Got lost PMBF Love StinksI Jimmy Roches xmas Party 79 Prom BO FriendIy's the Who - My Generation Von HoIen out to lunch FREEBIRD WEEKENDS Mich Fun in the Sun schools out 'S I GEORGE I-I. TUTTLE Ford, Truck5,cind Cors 42 1"-gig A. 1 . "fl .JS - - '1"- ' Wm ' "1 ..,, 'nl 1 rar L fs ' I xf' MK I If I I f MANUEL TRAVASSOS 'ale- SARA TWAMLAY IAM A CHILD THE WHO I2!I6I79 MAGIC BUS LEWISTON CAMPING JACKLERNIE CLASS OF B0 DAMAGE DONE KILLINGTON T'I"IT VIC. TIM TOOT KILLER PUNCH THANX JF PS JR DH EO DC JC CB JS DS TC PD BR LONG MAY YOU RUN " . NOTHING EVER GOES AS PLANNED " ,sag 11 'S ,EX KATHY TYMANN good times bad times ya know l've had my share, get into it Hyannis . . . chocolate milk? mama and papa Too many house parties - kaput the ood times are the best times and the bad times ?ade away, what is life? H N '21 'I i RICHARD MARK WAGMAN RlCH.l'd rather be in Norwood! THE CREW! Beach daysNan action! Mom,canl stay in Nor- woodltonite yoda,Coakieman,Speechie.Do me! llntense partying,Allnighters for APIIR periodH chem labdatal lChampignon! Thanks crews, You're the best! T'was a rough year! Wx g'5x 'Pg gui! JUDY VENEZIA EMILY WALK Em,LAS VEGAS Mutt and Jeff Cape Cod Summers, "no Kiddingu "Exo maaan" Germany '78 "Go for it Donnal' 2618 Lacrosse Friends are forever . . . "you are never given a wish without also being given the power to make it come true." Goodbye NHS 4--ZX, , mi" VIRGINIA VERCELLI GingergDerric,where'd the good times go? college bound? It's heaven 8. hell,grounded.forever,John Lennon,l finally finished! Get off my cloud,rhe ZOO! Parties at the VaIley,B-G BobP, Bash at Ricci's,Bye Alma keep in touch, Later much NHS! If 2 , ,XX JEFFREY VERRA "YOGl" making par at Coolidge golf course ski bretton woods trips S.M.U.,T.U., EP 32 it's a start.thanks JC popcorn summer groundskeeper N.C. was great! S!! V79 was only the beginning batmobile horseneck wings always your J.M.H, A+ Way' CAROL WALLACE Springfield, Adaptive PE, Alt. Ed,Crotched Mtn,Merci Bill "You dropped something" Torto- la,FTA! Does it fit? Sundays, 29 Days! Nat.Hon.Soc.,Ridge,3Musketeers G + H pers,My book, I 39A,My kids, Rainbows for alI,LlFE - live it! 'Yi N. ROBERT WALLACE pf? lf., . L-143.5 , SANDY WALLACE Puddin ,. . Supl, Its an oranga sky,3musketeers Bermuda "8O' "2O"Eggsys oom,HAG,Skiin NH Cole School nights,B-R Brawl, 3-9-78 RJA,Thanx Big 4,Florida "8l" LH SW,Pa- pas,Hockey,Goodbye NHS . .. I7 1 ' 2 ,,., , ,,e,,W I . U. , , , , 1 lg 4 .. ,A.Ag.J.1L.!....-.1...,. . . ,. JEAN WARD "Yesterday" JO - Friends Forever JLYMD,FineI "YOU". ARREN - I I:30 6l6,summer 8O,Na more crews! "chiprrIunk" Waterville Valley - Skiing?!BerrrIudo8l'-IB?N.Y.Af8 Lacrosse, camping in MNEUMASS JL"You may say t+tatl'rn a dreomer but I'rn not the only one" 1-s. QE A K, X LORI WARD I I I I " I JAMES D. WEBB JR. Patsie Black Mack One! Webba Football 423, "SUICIDE SQUAD" Shut up rneathead or l'II put ou through a wall! Rollerskating. "PM"Tan Elumarock Barbara S. Your the one person who makes my life worth livin 'CHIVALRY IS TSIOT DEAD" In 2.711 I' I L KENNETH WEITZMAN BASKETBALL, KEN'S, FIT'S PLACE AT THE CAPE,FORD TORINOS,NOVAS TOO,GOOD OLD BESS,THE FIELD, DR. VEG,HOT ROD ROW,NUMBER II, AT WHAT TIME? SCUR- VEY,LF FEVER MB MN BM JF MG DK THANKX, THE MOBIL STATION, REMEMBER ROCKWOOD P95 39? DEBBIE WATERS Tommy, I2-29-78 Love you with all my heart. Maroon oIds,I9O Chamberlain street - ST,RL,DS, Best friends are forever, memories we have shared will live on. I98O prom, Nontosket beach, sears thanks Mom8Idod for everything. Good luck DW class of 83. JACK WESTERKAMP NATICH HIGH SCHOOL THE DREAMS WHICH FILLED YOUR HALLS COMPLETE . . . WITH HOPES, AMBITIONS, WONDEROUSLY DEEP . . . REMEMBER THE TRUTH WITHOUT DECEIT ECHOWING MEMORIES THAT NEVER SLEEP, THANKS EVERYONE, THE LAST 3 YEARS WERE FUN, GOOD LUCK! I E ,If 5 99' ,, SHERYL WAXLER CRAZINESSISPRINTERS ARE FAST NOVERS,M.V.P., POGO,5fl,,FAME, VIC MOOT?GWENDEBIE,PACT - THIS IS TI-IE REAL TESTIPHIE ONE IS FOREVER CAUTIOUS - CAN ONE REMAIN A I-IUMAN BEING"- CRAZINESS!!! fr-'v 4 J 'V' LJ.-'Ig ,' C Fila , IZ" 2. V, ,V,, RUSS WHINNEM X-COUNTRY VARS, TRUSSZCJAW, MARY l2l2Il80 Bos,MARATHON CA SASS. SP.CD."BIG GUY" ND!!! JP+BOS.SPORTS "WIL GIVE ME 20" MIDDLESEX SP. WRITER CRANBERRY SAUCE "ED, YOU DON'T IN- TIMIDATE ME" LTD US HOC TEAM "LI- BRARY PASS?" TEC HCRUTCHE AGAIN?" AMANDA WHITE DAVID WHITE Subaru Flining with disaster. Whitey Bfighqms Red. d9UfhMus1aGotLost.HondaAlldayandalIofthe n-Qht. CMS: Pm Peak UP IN SMOKE. Buick Cape bound colleseum cottages Bruins Games C0051 Guard Bom to DRIVE me nights at work 1, W JOHN WHITNEY Whit - Football I,2,3 Baseball l,2,3B.T.,Aero- smith,B.O.C., J.Geils,Nugent,GTO,Buzzy SR., Earl, If I'm even I'm Leavin', Defensive Back-24, 2nd base, Down The Line, JM. Forever, DARRYL WILLIAMS Football A.L. Baseball,JC,Party, FoodCoopers- towmapplepicking, Fairway at 3 am,DiesoI Rules, Not at all,Broomstick,firerun,lLL,lLY, Laura forever,Murriot Eishop's,Prom 8O,Prom BI? Beep,Richie,Dino,Greek,Mas,Greek's Burgers,sophomore connection PAUL WILCOX Willie,BasebalI,BasketbaIl 3 years of practice Si games outside southpaw gun,weak ankles are hassleslGeils,Cult 8. Petty in 80,14 willgetyou 20 right Whit Si Rich,tl1anIcs for everything "l know it hurts to say goodbye, but itsTimeForMeToFly" El-'mf' ff W 'f F- . -v--A Z' KEITH WILLIAMS is HOLLY WILDE ' G-22-PBNEVER AGAIN. "Killer" DQ service with a smile! MAC's groundround gang Weekends! refreshments busted?Fields - RKW ?ood gatheringslsay NOthanks! goodFriends orever!atf9s - ball - skiing CapeBound. I'II make itlthanx ILYMOM 81 DAD COLLEGE oh no.. 'E 5 RICH WILLIAMS BUCKNELL ROCHE BROTHERS GERMANY UWE VAN: MIAMI DOLPHlNSftIJ.DUHE DOWNER MAN! HOOP CAMP K.T.WEST T.M.U.WARMING THE PINESI POINT AFTER HOURS EASY THREE OH JOY! LOSERIZZTOP OVERNlGHTER.A.J. LEFTY BUT RIGHTY - NO VAR.HOOPS! WRESTLING: WBP IMIN. iff' , 4 I I I A MICHAEL WILES Monster-Mash - 9lf33 - WRASTLIN - l4'6 TRACK - CAPN - JR'PROM - UMASS - GTR NAAAI - SAM - LYNARD-SKYNARD A DONNA ATA - GO -NATICK - CURSE- OF-THE-IMC MARK - TRAIL - STONES - CLASS-OF-BI GEORGIA-PEACHES - DEN- NISPORT - GEILS - BT'S - THANKS - EVERYBODY LATER . .. SOPHIA WILLIAMS Mom,Sue,Neville,and Barry lblushl Love you all. Grandma Dorcas, This IS AMERICA!! Hey Caro- lie, Let's not forget N.Y. Julie, the Cape, or was it? DOWN IChin -ol and Mexico. So long RT CC T,KimB,WS,DC,.IB,and acahh NHS. I73 CH RISTOPHER WOLF v- SCOTT WOODS Swimming ,,, Artist ... Lightning . ,, Ralex . ,. Felix the cat The Big V. Yamaha Coon Beos NG Breaks veg Droopy Draws . . . Block Sabbath . , , Cult ties 1 sv ffm 'N 'T , r i. I, I xf ' '. .. X I l V if -' 1f. ..2 1 3 .13 ,t .Y I it 'X' DALE WORTHINGTON NHS'S "FIagtastic"Flag Squad Saturday Morn- ing - prcctice8igame Monza-Pawa,KOOGA Chicken Man! Second Lunch -get the 4 tables! Forever the Rainbow Follow your dreams wher- ever they may lead Eadi happiness of yesterday is a memory for tomorrow . . . 40- t:f'v if .I- li JEFF WRIGHT Gonna have a high time living the good life TDC Tell me all that you know I'll show you snow and rain Lump in the sky with Diamonds Dead lunch GDBER I don't know maybe it was the roses here sea and sand LETS GO HEAR SOME PAUL WYMAN 'Pier' LAURI R, WYNER CHRIS... l2+ l2,rambler UMASS another Bar- bvq?ARTlWoterville Valley! "Pram" f5.s,inc.Chipmunk' thanx JBGR,Mac's "it's 4:50 in the AM!" "You may say that l'm a dreamer, but l'm not the only one " IL. I74 LINDA YAFFEE Cope Cod, boating, nickeIs,ond dimes, Puerto Rico, cauntrv music,ANNE, MARINE BIOLOGY, peaches and fawn, DOLPHINS, ml, BUD, APOLLO, FTA, you dropped something, Thanks for everything morn and dad. LISA ZABARANO "ZAMBA" Low bound at SMU, Cop, Ffi2f1dS, love ya all, Bonewioodes The Farm,DW.Mar- shaIl's an ,2yr New Years.Remember B,F,8i H per. MED,lEU.Hey honsome!Homeroom! FrosfY MoIies.NHS,It's been realSfun,but not real fun. NZM ANNA MARIA ZENO l'm out of here! Bob Seger Concert"80" Make new friends, keep the old ones close.B.O.C. 79 Bumming Severly. Skip Much! Good Luck Class ?::g8l'irlendsl:Qgva later much Natick High Sign- DEBBI ZICKO CLASS OF 8l RULES! LONG LIVE ROCK! I don't like so-and-so anymore! STYX llllOl79 CHEAP TRICK 515180 Freebird Van Halen June 7,l98l I'm ouha here!! John Lennon and Keith Moon Live forever in Rock 8. Roll History! Good- bye NHS . . . ,.,,a MARIA ZULLO Each day isanew beginning . . . Squeak l-I2-79. A! Huggy's and Rigor. 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His chi- na-blue eyes were almost as fa- mous as Paul Newman's, and his two dozen macho roles- john McCormack, 88, the Boston Irishman who boot-strapped his way from poverty be Speaker of the House of Represen tatiws: in a nursing home in Dedham Mass., Nov. 12. 1 Jesse Owens, 66, black track-and-field star whose four gold medals in the 1936 Ber- lin Olympics dashed Hit1er's dream of staging a showcase for Aryan supremacy. George Meany, 85. gruff. cigar-puffing Chieftain of U.S. labor who rose from Bronx plumber to president of the AFL- CIO from its birth. in 1955. to 1979. Whether battling for fuller union lunch pails. assailing Communism, or dismiss- ing critics who accused him of being too conservative. Meany lectured Presidents and public alike with equal bluntness. 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I 3 -xv : :9Qg,egyp2fQ'SJ,'6f5-If -J " :I2'5fJ'k"LP if , '."f:"5 Let's all do the hop! Hungry Tracy? Leslie and Don XII ROWDIE-REDMEN! Redmen Mojoreftes. QU TIKEEHY?GD YY? N H S QKR UQIJU INU 1 1 Coach Lomb. Mr. Corroll. J I Q 1 uf! X Co-captains: Brett, Doug ond John. Alix. .QQ A NC. ,Ml Blowin'! Q-J Qlj QTHHTWBK Q KIUHEWU fee if K Coach Ghiloni. Melissa Basset. J, 755, ww.. M' H09 QMS Strike up the bond! 1 . LT' -5 - I 1 ' 5 n I. .. 77" The PGY UD- The lane-up! 'Nth nLoonmonlLe FALL ReQlSl'eFlI'1Q to give blood. A pghenf in good honds The Red Cross Bloodmobile visited Natick High School for the annual blood drive this fall. Sponsered by the student council, members were on hand to make the donating a little easier. They offered encouraging words, held the hands of first time doners, and even told jokes. The council did a great job and collected 72 pints of blood. The Bloodrnobile returned on Saint Patrick's day, lMarch l7.J for an even more successful day. With the help of the student council, the Red Cross collected lO6 pints of blood. 98 WL SPRING BLOQD OBILE sPnlN SPIZIN 4 V A. :II A 1 .1,,. 1 P' as-, N I 1, s 5' J Kg i .- . . 3 I .e " -: lvl, I fu 5 .,,, 3 9 1 I didn't know he wos thot type." A happy survivor. "Now Jen, This won't hurt o bit!" Kim Smith watches over brother Gory os he donotes It wos o very successful doy. "Nome, ronk, ond cereal number." :YS :Q 'Quin A computerized 98.6. 199 B Y On the weekends of October 3lst and November 7th, the senior class play, "Two by Two" was held in the planetarium. Bril- liantly staged and directed by Mr. Gerald Dyer, Richard Rodgers' musical version of the story of Noah's Ark came alive, with a little help from eight very talented seniors, a gifted musical director and an extremely in- novative technical director. Tom Powers, Dean Abbott, Jon Kates produce the thundering sounds with devine inspiration. 1 b.4""a"l - . The directors: Gerald Dyer, Karen Berg- mann and Edward Jameson. ZOO Shelly and Ben rehearsed this scene de- votedly. Noah and director Dyer both show their age! hell'-ll! Allan Davidson as Noah - The dove has kwn the coop. Make it cutsie? Hold the pose!!! Neil and James Keohane - Lights and sound in a double image. Nflfggjifi 1 1 f ,f ff' 'I intense moment, Japheth consoles Rachel. Debbie Press lLeahl gets carried away! Curtain call - minus the curtain, Allan Davidson, starring as the 600 yeor-old Noah, charmed his audience from start to finish, and was well supported by his wife Esther fDebbie Shapirol, their three sons, Shem flvtichael B. Goldbergl, Ham lStephen Nolel, and Japheth lBenjamine Morsel and their wives, Leah fDebralyn Pressl, Goldie CLinda Farringtonl, and Rachel lShelly Marrl. Mrs. Karen J. Bergmann took care of the musical end ofthe show while Mr. Edward Jameson worked to exploit every possible advantage of the planetarium-theater. Linda Farrington fGoldiel, the girl ofthe Golden Ram wows Steve Nole ll-laml, , f"-' ,gf Esther dies in Noah's arms, Why did you have to go and do that, Girlie? The tamily: "Two by Two". 2Ol GUQJULQJ Srpeeein , ' Lficgssiiiiiwfemll My ,ii lv , if I , . -'Wi +L ' L, J J ' Q f f ' . , 4 5 r lr Q, 5, fr gf ' W " ff , fl Coordinator Mr. Gaudette announces the 'Amt i J J Yes there is a Santo Claus awards. , W? BQ 5 1' vxx v ,..-- '-X N L .,, . sq- f f V' F 4? 7 - -1 rf The Team . . . Club Advisor - Gerald Dyer, President f Debbie Shapiro, Vice President -Jessica Ladd, Secretary - Tracy Soros, ' Treasurer - Jeffrey Porter, Rama Southwick, Gayle Siegel, Tina Parker, Maura Daly, Jean Kelly, Debbie Press, Elaine Coll, Jean X: Gooding, Sheryl Waxler, Michael Joachim, Lisa Johnson, Allan Ball, Dean Abbott, Renee Collette, Michael B. Goldberg, Scott Gilbert, f ' Stephen Nole, James Keohane, Neil Keohane, Eric Belt, Carol Barterls, Clara Kim, Lauren Murphy, Larry Caoperman, Meg Madzor, A 'T Dede Porter, Chrissy Cameron, Anne Marie Weldon, Renee Schwolsberg, Jennifer Early, Lisa Harding, l-leidi Halpern, Theresa Pierce, b T e I I if lk H Ragina Pratt, Steven Cohen, Beth Glass, Andrea Herson, Karen Dufficy, Cathy Schellenberg, Bomb: Hugard, Phil Fougere u s riousy o s.. On Saturday, December 20th, the Natick High School Competive Speech Team hosted the prestigious Holly Speech Festival at Natick. The Holly is the largest one-day festiv- al held in the country. Student Director and Vice-President of the team, Jessica Ladd, in cooperation with Tournament Director Mr. Richard Gaudette, did extensive planning to make the festival the success it was. Help also came from the many parents who volunteered their time. Much appreciation was given to the many student volunteers, as well. Seniors re- ceiving awards were, Debbie Shapiro, .lett Por- ter, Sheryl Waxler, Michael B. Goldberg and Dean Abbott. Debbie Shapiro is all smiles as she receives her award. Ylfffx lt only it was mistletoe . . . G N :W A candlelight procession of Medevil carols Chamber Singers. A Miss Deborah Ryba Conducting. ' x ,, . , P inv- a . i 1 "A Christmas Celebration". , . r e "We're gonna have a Celebrationl E- I 51 l rl Conducting, Mrs. Bergman. "Huey" is presented with look alike, Padding Bear. Candlelight '80 was a special evening for all. Even the weather cooperated to set the mood with a dusting of fluffy snow! The spirit ofthe season was set by the chamber singers in a candlelit procession and continued with per- formances by the Concert Choir and Concert Band, who combined in a festive arrangement of Christmas carols. Mr. Houston icomplete with his inimitable hatl was presented with the Paddington Bear Look-Alike award, to the de- light and amusement of all. Finally, the Cham- ber Singers in their show-choir debut, dressed in their jazzy new "red and whites." X, C V Y Y Chamber Singers. C C Bouquets to the conducters. f 3 x 'Q , ,ff i Si? Golillion T 61 The place was packed. Y V Dorwin' the Vllglll OWOY- John and Debbie dance to a slow song. M 4 M ,. V by Rocochet plays onl Now that's dancing!! All Smiles tonight, The l 98l Senior Winter Cotillion, put together by the Senior Executive Board, was a great success on the contrary to past years where lack of interest lead to the cancellation at the cotillions. The senior semi-formal consisted of a buftet dinner with dancing to the sounds of "Ricochet", a local rock band made up of Natick seniors, Ken Brack, Alan Hurwitz, Jen Foley, Dana Crovo and N.H.S. graduate Benny King. A great time was had by all. ,JP im 43 ,. vw E lag! , . L In l ,.V . Q . Q-.., f 4-1 " 1 I f' 49 1251- 'LES W it 951' X 4'-gt' ' 2 I klk "-TI' Us 9 'K Mr. Dyer speaks Makeup Warming upl t The school musical "Camelot" was a smash success. The kingdom of King Arthur and Queen Guenevere came to life on the Natick High School stage tor "one brief shining moment." Mr. Dyer, the director, started rehearsals the second week of December and by March 5th had molded an oft-Broadway show. Mrs. Bergmann was the music director who worked with both chorus and soloists and who also assembled the talented 22 piece orchestra. Their work made "Camelot" a memorable experience tor both the cast and the audience. Senior Ben Morse played the idealistic King Arthur. Junior Lisa Johnson portrayed the love-torn Queen Guenevere. Phil Fougere, a Junior, played the part of the de- bonair Lancelot. Allan Davidson was the comical King Pellinore. The cast and crew of 62 people worked every day after school land then somei to put together the Lerner and Loewe musical. The Dyer- Bergmann Connection is sure to keep up their superb record of fine shows in the future. The crew - row l - Francine Haywood, Ann Collari, Heidi Schmidt. Row 2 - Maureen Noonan, Chrissy Cameron, Jenny Johnson, Cassey Spires. Row 3 - Rick Greenfield, Cathy Cicarelli, James Keohane. Row 4 - Laurie Poucher, Kim Foulke, C0"Ol Fossmor 'V - 5? ,,, 'ix 'a ,U . 1 I' w N " ll 'iijfx J 'fn Wx: F ,I ef sv' I .- 15 Qi af x at If 5 A '- n,, K f fx: 3 HL' 5 1 , ll 'Fx f E 4. ' 'N,,.f4.' . Y' AM 11 '4 'Z . . V""Es f,4p-...QM , ,guna-gn. Royal Fol A -52 ' JA 'f XY .pf 1423429 er of Hot Day, Steven Hooley. Hey girls got the greosies?! ,, , I I H, A V fl . M: fi . -g, v 2 2. ul 1 '- .,, ' 2' -Q " ft--.. ' Y Q K' ,ff fl I 1' f . ev J ,pl A 51' ' , . .Q ' O 'Lt V Q I ,, ' ,EL 'limi 969 Wlllllllllllmh We 'Q WM'-Z4'QEfw f9A Oiruppewsi AAAHG!! x , X Q N. f 1 , 1 Check out these dudes! Smile ond soy, "HAT DAY"! 'ik X E XX 'S X QW V ww X Rx 'Qu X X X xx i 1-1--4 Julie Daigle receives the Sousa Award. Bye, tions, Last minute discussions. bye Bergy! Congratula- Nancy accepts congratulations BEN! E595 lt l 5-,A ' . ' 'T f - Darth Vader conducts "Empire Strikes Back" "All it takes is one voice" The day of the Pops Concert was a very eventful one indeed. The Natick High School Concert Choir traveled to the Massachusetts State Choral Competition and placed second. This would also be the last concert for the Senior Choir and band members and also for Mr. Lee Bachini and Mr. Bruce Houston. During the concert awards for Outstanding Musician's were given to Julie Daigle in band, Nancy Mason in Jazz, and Ben Morse and Shelly Marr in Chorus. An unexpected guest from "out of this world" showed up to direct the "Empire Strikes Back." The Percussion ensamble and chamber singers also put on super performances to top off this wonderful May evening of music and memories. 2l3 fixing UHIIHCF w1thQStyle Ji-:c 'I . FASHIONQSHOW 5 11 April29llli2,,982OOp.m, E 'E N.n.s.Audirsf.um A Dcncl'ilClaasol"83 ffi 52.00pcrlickCl ' lf Nina I 1 M X The Sophomore class sponsored a "Spring into Summer with Style" fashion show on April 29th. The Sophomore class advisor Mrs. Carter with the assistance of Miss McCormick organized the show. Students modeled clothes from The Lodge, The Gatepost, The Limited, and Gingiss Formalwear. Others modeled some of their own creations. The show was a financial success and a good time tor all. f The Prom scene At the beach 4 . ix fa.. t May Day f: gg :J:a,jt3:si,'5 :f- ' f g H 51.lf3f.flQg, '1 'f ' :- Q -Q.. V, H ' 'i 12 , fi Q I lil! T Vi-ff5Qffi5f:: ' " - 'ui '-Q.ffi,'-,f.'j ' ' Hg ,5g3fQ.- f mr Q . 55? -5?-? i r fh li ,, M.. 1 . Tu. " 1 'f 5 it 1 '-.lil -Y A 1' 'f l Carnival Capers ll? I I 1 ,.' r . , .rf 'rf' ' 1 ', 1 'Q -. "K: iff T .. . big 4..- - ' f num- -' v ' "sigh '-'-. .- ,-'. 25" - .. - -Q '1'i"3'- Finale .al ' lx - A A 'N ff- -' "Do it up, Danal!" Ken cranks one out with some help from Jen and AI. l. M. l lk , I il lt QQ "Take 'em Benny!" The crowd loved Ricochet. S 4 4 ' l , I . 2 Vibes solo by Alan. Jen 8- Dana Play a tribute to John Lennon. H On Friday May 8th, the Student Council held a very successful dance featuring the local band Ricochet. Members ot the band are, '79 N.l-l.S. graduate Ben King on lead guitar and vocals, Senior Dana Crovo on keyboards, bass, and vocals, Senior Jen Foley on lead vocals, bass and rhythm guitars, Senior Ken Brack on rhythm, lead, bass guitar and vocals, and Senior Alan Hurwitz on drums, vibes, and vocals. 215 JQHN LENNQN lofroeroeo HE DEEINED A GENEEATNCN "Imagine no DO5S95SlOl75fl wonder if you canllvo need for greed or hunger!A brotherhood of man' Imagine all the people sharing all the world , .,fYou mav say l'm a dreamerr'BuI l'm not the only Ohefl hope some day youll join us And the world will he as one.,." "IMAGINE" By john Lunn0n,Dec0n1hcr1971 A " 51 X . . 1 Q 7' G 53 o r . ,- - . , .u ,,..,,,,,,,. , .Mi - -' i TEACHERS ARE NCT MAKING IT! . -1- li? 1 How Prop. ZZ Works ,,..,.,. . ... ,W ...,, . .. V ix:-1. . ..v....... , n. 5 , ,4,.- f s....... P199 naaarfaa W Proposition ' Qosmi- T I 0 2' VY 212 ,.. ...E ,s voir 7 H N0 H38 loser ON ' ? .. Question , commnnnv 2 '? ' f-:Ll if l ef Q :r, ,gQl T ' ' 2 .1 Hi Q if ' H li J K ' ""l--A fcxah ,,,.,., jx: I i s A' 4 1' unflon 2 - rf L frf J N I '- " Ali f Prior to the November elec- tion, many Natick High stu- dents worked hard campaign- ing against Proposition 2V2 by leafleting, holding signs at the polls and co-sponsering a Prop. 2V2 forums Despite their efforts the tax cutting legislation passed and Natick schools will be suffering their share of losses as a result of its implementa- tion. Among the budget cuts are the reduction of the profes- sional staff by lO7 positions, the reduction of all operating accounts including text books and athletics, andthe closing of Coolidge Junior High along with Murphy and West elementary schools. The new T981-i982 Sl l,974,2lO school budget resembles the fig- ure used five years ago in the I976-l 977 school year. On be- half of the class of l98l, we appreciate the dedication, en- thusiasm and understanding of the teachers who are leaving us. We sincerely hope the fu- ture holds happiness for each of them. 2l7 .6595 35352761 Enjoying the sights. illl. 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Viv. t' - .x , Ln,"'ff-., N x:,V,,.A ,, 1 fa ' ' ' 4' riff- . 37"-.'f, Hff' V '.l"'.f-4. .'-Y-'bi' -3 Zi-',',... r '- - we 5 '54, 'nf , 1 'su yx v 'uf u 59 icf . rx I 6 XIII f 'w QR I -1 p z -J., ..-. f ' . f J" I 3 I "1!,trfyy . A I X " r 1. Qu ' iv vt I Aix xx Jr 3 o 14.4 su K- vu f9 1-172' ' sy, O x' z . .. v QS R .A sv u 140 x "L Q s-Y V- bbw, . P 'f .r X ff: 51 I N' Aafvsns I --jf. N 1 s sl fx 4 5 J- f-.'. V ,.-f-4 7 Q ' b Q ,gr-u I 1 Mx .4 'vi I s V f fkvp J, IJ-, if 'F' 'K .,. J AC 709,-471 75 772 77257 ww az' 775 2557 0? 11072 1775 ,f 5-A A.. N 'T' , gf, V,,v: fri' N fl , Nj 5 , M 1 , Jeff Porter addresses the crowd. The answers to factual questions come easily, but the answers to questions about who you are and where you are going involve a life time search. We must determine somewhat of a direction, decide if it will develop, advance and add to the special qualities we already posses. We have made some preliminary discoveries about our goals, but our first milestone lies ahead. lt is important to know where we stand, what our responsibilities entail and what we're up against: To have CON FlDENCE knowing whatever it is we CAN do it. Eleanor Roosevelt once said "Look Fear In The Face. You Must Do The Thing You Think You Cannot." There is nothing so terrible about failing and feeling pain, what hurts in the long run is not trying because of the fear of pain. The only thing to fear is that you will not be worthy of your own suffering. You should constantly remember that YOU ARE worthy of your own suffering and if you allow it and use it to increase your self knowledge you will be able to have the moments of Joy that will inevitably follow. lt seems to me that the capacity for finding joy in the most ordinary events fwatching a flower open, leaves turning J DEATH MAKES LIFE MORE PRECIOUS, FRUSTRATlON MAKES SUC- CESS MORE FULFILLING. To live life fully and successfully, we must learn to Use things and Love people . . . NOT Love things and Use people! Most of us tend to think of ourselves as unsuccessful. We concen- trate on what we haven't done instead of the positive way in which we have moved. All of us through out our lives mark the change from one phase of growth to the next with rites of passage, From a drivers license to receiving a diploma. These are small milestones with significant implications that tell you your world is not exactly as it was. TO be able to abandon altogether the search for security and reach out to the risk of living with both arms. One had to EMBRACE the world like a lover, and to accept pain as a condition of existence. l would now like to read a poem that leaves us a thought to carry on with. DON'T QUIT When things go wrong, as they sometimes will, When the road you're trudging seems all up hill, When the funds are low and the debts are high, And you want to smile, but you have to sigh, When care is pressing you down a bit- Regt if you must, but don't you quit. the speakers Life is queer with its twists and turns, As every one of us sometimes learns, And many a person turns about When they might have won had they stuck it out. Don't give up though the pace seems slow - You may succeed with another blow. Often the struggler has given up When he might have captured the victor's cup! And he learned too late when the night came down, How close he was to the golden crown. Success is failure turned inside out - So stick to the fight when your hardest hit, - lt's when things seem worst that you mustn't quit. On this note, l would like to extend a warm welcome to those of you who have made it possible for us not to quit: Parents, Relatives and Friends of the graduating SENIORS OF l98l. Tammy Parker President Class of '81 "Just Cami Wait" The J Geils Band I " om on 'rcums L -iq at T kY illiikiif' if The Ceremony G ood ck Diane!" :riff GN 1 1 We 1 The proud crowd. ,Mgg YJ ,gm X52 --. X' L4 AQ.. "The Famous Final Scene! Bob Seger z Afzlfi e AE EM, Aix right! Q e - fv EV'-A ' e - ,,,7:rf? ,, if 4 ' La ,.,7, ,, -1-5,-.12i,f,j 'P 74-gf ,, , ,:,.,L3Q ' 1 f'7'- V ,, wq,w,fy'few'1 - ,gf,.,. ,M ww' ff Ah ,f MP2-'QW 'fifwif I ,Q ll. I 1:45, AL At f H + ew-G Mia. . ,gf y1'Q , -'2Hf:,M'Z1zi:'- + Do you believe it?! Q 4' 1 4 5 4 T P 1 y, 1 K s V x ' wg, N g :O S M A 0 ' . ' ' Q Y 4 -I-I X S - 5 i 1,9 O , An 'N J' vii Hats off grads! fl A A proud moment. The grads ' I 25.1,-"':f1. v . 'p.T'1+f ' V V-1 455.3 W., V. ul - A lm A iii, 5, f slag, ht'-I Fxixifzhzf - 5.44 ' -l'1T3'.I"' kr 1 i' - :bb me "lL ?f3ff5?1i'f13f15T', z QQ -5- '- sprigs " " ' Q, J fel' lf- fr' -40264 ' V' 2874 'S' ,ffk - ', -f5f.',f.F fikg' u'Hf?5' ' 22: ,ffa -' Wg ,. swans- fl 1:11 A --I -zgsxfi-ma i, PA 4 A 517'-ff. - I Yecuhhhh!! x A 'K Taking it all in. "Another Closs is History." ef,-rss 731757022 HIGHLIGHTS OF THE HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1981 When we began our high school career in the fall of l978, we thought of ourselves as suave young sophisticates. However, we were shocked to learn that, compared to the upper classmen, we had a long way to go. Now that we are seniors, it is time to reflect upon the past three years and see how they have turned us into those mature adults. Our sophomore year's class officers were Vicki Bernstien, Pres- ident, Tammy Parker, Vice-President, Diane Cabo, Secretary, and Steven Handelsman, Treasurer. The year i978 seemed to be a year of firsts. New exciting pro- grams of study were offered to give more variety to the established curriculum to help the students. Quinnobean Vocational School was established, offering all students the opportunity to gain "hands on" experience and training in such trade professions as cooking, masonry, carpentry, and electronics. Also, an Advanced Placement English class was instituted, affording our students an opportunity to earn college credits from high school courses. Other firsts were in the athletic area. As sophomores, we cheered our hockey team, which placed first in the Bay State League, and continued our support when they traveled to Boston Garden to compete in a tournament game. The basketball team defeated their rival, Framingham South High School, in a dramatic end-of-season game to capture the League championship. ln the never ending war to raise money, unique fund raisers were devised to aid such organizations as the National Honor Society, the Chorus, and the Speech Team. lt was the year of "the Flower Day", "the Singing Telegram", "the Chocolate Easter Bunny", the Fashion Show", and "the Button Sale", all establishing new tradi- tions here at Natick High School. When we returned in the fall of l979, our newly elected class officers took charge of the destinies of the class. These new officers were Tammy Parker, President, Diane Cabo, Vice-President, Stephen Ehrlich, Secretary, and Steven Handelsman, Treasurer. This year, we saw the creation of the National Art Honor Society, established to give recognition to the creative abilities of the talented artists here at Natick High. Then, spirit and color were added to our football games with the addition of the new Flag 240 Squad, under the direction of Mr. Bruce Houston. Another first was "Homecoming Day" when we invited the previous year's seniors to return to those familiar corridors, to rekindle past memories, and to receive their award-winning yearbooks. One controversial issue was the return of prayer to the classroom, however brief, the state Supreme Court shortly declared it to be unconstitutional. We were distraught at losing our soon-to-be senior privilages, one being the senior lounge, which we lost in the name of education. It was converted into what is now known as the Educational Confer- ence Room. The entire school, concerned with the plight of the starving Cambodian refugees, joined together in a fund-raising drive spearheaded by Adam Gilbert and raised Sl800.00 for these ref- ugees. Our section of the country suddenly seemed to be the center of several exciting events. ln Boston, the newly completed Kennedy Library was dedicated, Pierre Salinger, President John Kennedy's Press Secretary, visited us at Natick High School and spoke of those historic days and the dream of "Camelot". During the Winter Olym- pics in Lake Placid, New York, we beamed with national pride as the U.S. hockey team spectacularly defeated the Russians and went on to capture the Gold Medal. ln October, Pope John Paul ll came to Boston, greeting literally millions of us. Members of our class received many awards and honors. Jennifer Foley was chosen our representative to Girls' State, where she learned more about the workings of our government. Erik Belt was recognized at Class Day, l98O, for his scholarship in English by being named the receipient of the Brown University Book Award. Phyllis Dininio also was honored for scholastic achievement when she was awarded the Harvard University Book Award. Finally, Jeffrey Levy received national recognition when he was awarded a Junior Achievement Award. We began our final year led by very experienced and competent officers: Tammy Parker, President, Diane Cabo, Vice-President, Sue Goldschmidt, Secretary, and Jon Rich, Treasurer. During the fall of our senior year, we were concerned with the Presidential elections. President Ronald Reagan won by a margin much greater than everyone expected. At the same time the voters of Massachusetts were about to vote on a tax roll back: Proposition ZV2. Students reacted to this by forming the Student Political Action Committee under the guidance of Mr. Edward P. Culhane. A sub- committee against Proposition 2V2 was headed up by Adam Gilbert. Despite our efforts, Prop ZV2 passed. Proposition 2V2 effected most of the public school systems throughout the state by cutting teachers, eliminating elective programs, enlarging classes, and threatening athletic programs. As did the entire world, we grieved for the assassinated John Lennon, we were shocked at the attempts on President Reagan and on Pope John Paul ll. These acts are beyond our understanding. One positive note during this time was the final release of the fifty-two American hostages who had been held by the Iranian government for more than a year. For them, we reioiced. At Natick High, as seniors, we continued to involve ourselves in school activities and in building school spirit. Miss Kimberly Billett organized a squad of "Indians" who added color and excitement for the enjoyment of the fans at the "l98O" football games. Our Winter Cotillon was the first successful one in three years. The band, "Ricochet", composed of Natick High School seniors past and present was so well received that they were asked to play at the Spring Student Council Dance. The members of the National Honor Society raised money for the Globe Santa program. Student council members sponsored a Blood Mobile, collecting over a hundred pints of blood for the Red Cross. The National Art Honor Society orga- nized a highly successful Arts Festival featuring music, student dancing, and exhibits of student art. Our senior class produced the musical play Two By Two, with Allen Davidson, Debbie Shapiro, and Ben Morse playing the leading roles. Ben also starred as "King Arthur" in the spring all-school musical, Camelot. Many other seniors participated in this musical comedy and helped to make it the enormous success that it was. As seniors, we were a class of champions. Our boys' swim team swam to victory with a perfect record. The Speech Team continued its championship tradition by placing "First in the Central New England Catholic Forensic League and was declared the Mas- sachusetts Champions. Among the seniors, outstanding perfor- mances were given by Debbie Shapiro, who won two first places in the National Invitational Tournament, and by Jeffery Porter, who was declared the State Champion in Boys' Extemporaneous Speaking. Scholastically, Michael B. Goldberg is certainly a champion. He was recently nominated as one of I ,OOO outstanding students named as a finalist in the President's Scholar Program in Washington, D.C. Michael has also won a National Merit Scholarship and was chosen one of twenty-four youths in the country designated a Kimball Scholar, which awarded him a four-year scholarship to Brigham Young University. An international flair was added to our class as we welcomed Frederik Meurling, and exchange student from Sweden, Alex Porto, from Argentina, and Jianan Chen, from Peking, China. Musically speaking, Shelly Marr and Ben Morse were selected to participate in the All-Eastern Chorus. The Chamber Singers were invited to take part in the annual Youth Music Festival to be held in Vienna, Austria, in l982. Shelly Marr, John Adams, Steve Nole, Ben Morse, Alan Davidson, and Michael B. Goldberg won places in the All-State Chorus. Band members Jon Kates, Alan Hurwitz, Evana Gerstman, and Julie Daigle competed for and were selected to the Northeast Dis- trict Band. Concerning athletics, Doug Flutie, recognized for his outstanding athletic ability, was elected to the High School Hall of Fame. Rich Costello qualified for the Eastern Junior Olympics. Russel Whinnem completed the Boston Marathon for the second straight year. Mr. John Carroll, Director of Athletics and coach of our baseball team, was elected to the Coaches' Hall of Fame. The last three years have given us something to cherish and look back upon. We would like to express our gratitude to Mrs. Katherine Flaherty, Mr. Michael Panchuck, our class officers, and to everyone who has helped and guided us through our years at Natick High School. Anne Forance Kristin Furey Caryn Glazer Theresa Greenwood 81 Emily Walk 24l 1455 70711 We, the class ol Nin :teen Hundred and Eighty-One, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath our last Will and Testament. To the Guidance Deaprtment. We, the class of l98l, leave our futures on their heads. I, Moryellen Edwards, leave NHS agreeing with Lisa Zamborano that the world is full of bonwioodes and not smegblossoms. To Laurie Pacher I, Francine, leave the whole football team, a muzzle, and all the guys in the band. I, Noone, leave Evanaie a size 9 gown to wear as a bridesmaid at my wedding. We, the class af Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-One, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath our last Will and Testament' To the Guidance Department: We, the class of l9Bl, leave our futures on their heads. I, Maryellen Edwards, leave NHS agreeing with Lisa Zombarano that the world is full of bonwioodes and not smegblossams To Laurie Pocher: I, Francine, leave the whole football team, a muzzle, and all the guys in the band. I, Noone, leave Evanaie a size 9 gown to wear as o bridesmaid at my wedding. To Shirley, Laverne leaves left stage. I, Laurie, leave Sharlene a tennis racket, o volleyball, and a crutch. I, Tricia Cook, leave Laurie Fortier black and blue. Oops Soaryl B.B. I, Laurie Fortier, leave Tricia Cook With a guilty conscience. The F period Modern Problems class leaves Mr. Culhane said questions, problems, and hangups. I, Tess, leave Alec a basket of Strawberries, my crooked mouse, and a little more virtue. We, John and Mary, leave our bet with Dove and Diane still valid. I, Laurie, leave Maureen with many great memories: "our little friend" on my green notebook - and elsewhere, those extremely interesting physics notes, and hunger pains in French. I, Elaine, leave Mr Culhane a bottle of NO-DOZ. We, Vicki Bernstein and Phyllis Dininio, leave Mr. Culhane an endless supply of fluffies to throw at belligerent front row students and a new table cloth without stains. I, Marcie Moskowitz, leave Tracy Tanzor a gallon af strawberry icecream and a pass to get out of period D. l, Theodore, leave my sister, Randi, all my clothes which she has become very fond of this year. We, the Class of 'Bl, leave best wishes for next year's senior pranks. We, Chubs and Fatty, leave 20llbs. each to anexoriacs. We, Donna Schollard and Emily Walk, leave Mr. Hollbrook o pair of ear plugs. I, Jane Gerstman, leave Jane Daigle a "baby fetish" repellont, cubapointalism, and a pic with a middle range. I, Steve, leave Bill a brand new fender bass, a new T-rex album, and six more months of patience. I, J.S., leave Larry Strasner a date with J.S. I, Cheryl, leave Sue Finerty a portable porch to bring to Japanese parties with her next year. I, Tracie, leave Paul with all my love, and only to return again. We, Marcie and Donna, leave Gregg Doherty a stop watch for the next time Mary Sue goes away. I, Evana, leave Dave Shedd a reservation to brush his teeth when his whole family is home, Helen a lightly canoe, Tammy a little bit of my "uninhibited nature", Allison a suitcase of peanuts, Fitz laminated LR. notes, Nancy some "crazy times", and Kenny his own canoe. I, Elaine Coll, leave Melissa Bassett with Lotsa luck and Lotsa luv. I, M.K., leave J.R. somewhat reformed. I, John Defiore leave Dr. Cote to get rich playing the stockmarket game. I, Robin Bruni, leave Mr, B. many thanks for everything and good luck with the basketball program. I, Kristin, leave Trisha Trottier somewhere lost on the highway. I, Julie Daigle, leave Shelly Marr buddies for life. fl thinki I, Bobs, leave Lauri W., one peri with with nice books and a can of potingles. I, Paul, leave Tracie I unicorn ta watch over her at school next year. We, the Class of '8l, leave all future classes better luck for collecting dues. I, Mare, leave Diane still trying to make that voice and smiling all the way to Pennsylvania. I, D.A.M., leave K.J.F. a car that will run all the time, a lot of memories, and my love. l, Jodi, leave Cashleen a new pair of docksiders. We, the Bermuda Bunch, leave Dr. Canong our morals, or what's left of them. I, Dawn Collins, leave my friends a successful future. We, Dr. Ganong's E period English 40 class, leave Dr. Ganong the latest Hoover Catalog featuring Celebrities I and 2, McBeth without interruptions, the Charles Nelson Reilly sneer with the wool pulled over his eyes, "blood, guts, and gore" 26 kids, the intelligence of the second sex, a new machete, and the knowledge that we shall fefllfrl. We, the crew, leave the Music Department fond memories of the Magic of Camelot. l, Debbie M., leave Tracie M. to be manager of all the Loehrnanns stores in the world. M.M. leaves the obscene pictures in her locker to Linda Yoffee and Miss Leavitt to drool over. I, Scott Diamond, leave Miss McDade amazed at the amount of repelling and shavelling she had to do in our class. I, More, leave John stomping on rats, looking ata map, feeling so civilized, and knowing it's a long walk to San Diego. We, the members of Miss Poulins homeroom, N303, leave devoted patriots as we have only stood for the pledge of allegiance 5 times. We, the homeroom of Miss Paulin, leave with her. l, Martha Brackley, leave Jim Goward, but not for long. "lt Won't Be Goodbye" I, Shelly Marr, leave the soprano section to Lisa Johnson. I leave my thanks ta Mrs. Simms for all the help she gave during my Senior year. You are a great teacher. Love, D.M. I leave Kathy Murphy remembering the good times an our low budgets. Fausto: leave with the knowledge that someday you will be another Renoir. I, Gertrude, leave D.F someone who will listen when I'm gone. We, the Senior Class, leave the librarians 6 chairs to a table. I, Joanne, thank Patty far all her help. OneQuarter of the Seniors leave N.H.S for U-Mass. I, L.M,, leave the next years Lacrosse team the field they deserve but never got I, Jenny Cohen, from ALP 4l3 class, leave my metalic green lab coat and face mask to Princess Lea from the movie "Star Wars" We, Dana Crova and Alan Hurwitz, leave N.H.S. with less bunka than we deserve. l, D C., leave A.H and D C. still going through G period ritual. We, the D E period D class, leave Mr, Craig the perfect D.C. still going through G l, D.C., leave A H and D.C. still going through G period ritual We, the D E. period D class, leave Mr Craig the perfect C.E. student I, Donna would like to leave Marcie a steal undergarment to protect her from Bobby Fue. I leave Carlie W memories af "The Trip" and John M. I, Vicki, leave Natick High another liberal radical ta keep things stirred up and a complete week of walk outs. We leave Jeans house a lot better than when we left Mary Sue's fif we Ieavel, BT's and LL's. I, Nancy, leave Melissa after a lot of hard work and o lot of gratitude I, Katy, leave Tracy 3 hot fudge sundeas every day for a year so that she will not get anorexia nervosis We leave Miss Grady "with all her friends". I leave Glork a strawberry Flaky Puff I leave Ms Rabble a white and red GrandPrix and a christmas tree Being somewhat sound of mind, I hereby will and bequeath my green MSM to the classes of '828.'83 M.B.G. I, anonymously, leave Mr Ghilani still wondering who screamed in the cafeteria I, Evana, leave Tracv lAlpiel a pocket dictionary so she won't have ta call me from Vermont for spellings 242 We, the Seniors, leave Mr. Rosen, Mr. Sticklar, and Mr. Collins with enough weapons for next years water gun raid. I, Lauren Murphy, leave my respect and appreciation to Mr. Dyer at my present high school in Natick and Mrs. Locke at my former high school in Dedham. I leave Mrs. Zonki all my love. I, Tracie, leave Paul and Brain still looking for Boston! We leave Scott Woods an electric choir with defective circuits. I, Laurie, leave Mr. Dyer much luck with next years crew. He'll need it. I, Evana, leave Alan Hurwitz a full figured bass, a high "C" and all the bad jokes that go with it, a few Picards thirds, and his own Jazz award. We, Elaine Coll and Eric Checani, leave Nancy Dumas a semester's worth of frustration in Mr. Drown's B period Managerial Accounting class. Emily, Donna and Nancy leave Mr, Hollbrook o taped version of "Hey you three . . . shhh" Mr. B. and Mrs. O. leave you our suntans. Thanx Jean and Sue. We, Kathy and Alan leave Natick High . . . together. I, Janet, leave Linda with a breakdown. I leave N.H.S. owing many thanks to the following people - Marcie, Mike, Tony, Amica, Betsy, Karen, Gayle, Thank You. I, Mare, leave Diane a gallon of rum raisin Haagan Dazs, several round-trip tickets to San Diego, and a Swiss bank account to pay for the phone bills in between. I leave you, Joe and Gregg, my apologies. You will always remain as loyal best friends. Love C.T, I, Patty Forte, leave N.H.S. thankful and happy I met Joanne. I, Deb, leave Mr. Mitro with Mark to make him a successful accountant. The Calculus class leaves Mr. Bransfield a book on "The Artistic Theory of Arrows", and two or three new students to pick on in class next year. We, the Senior girls, leave Jon, Jeff, and Brain with their no-as, nice-as, and too-much-of-an as. l, Carolie Collins, leave Dawn Collins a peanut. We, the E period English class leave Mrs. McLoughlin a one way ticket to l6th century England. To Fitz: I, Moe, leave someday. We, Calvin Klein, Gloria Vanderbilt, Liz Cloirborne, and Mr. Sassoon, leave Diane Billett a big thank you for making us rich during her high school years. I, Jeff Thomas, leave Brian Till S5 richer than he deserves to be. I, John DeFiore, leave Mrs. Simms a school for talented cats. To Marion I, Maureen, leave Stu Needels, Sue PearIstein's phone calls, and two more years of this place. I, John, leave Becky Mitchell to star in a movie with the New York Yankees. I, Kathy, leave my psycho-twin, Dana, one used pin the tail on the donkey game. I, John, leave all the graduating preppies a dead aligator and a new pair of sun glasses. We, Donna and Marcie, leave our wonderful book of notes we wrote when we were supposed to be paying attention to Hubris Padantry Bates. I, Debbie, leave Mark a lot of luck for the future. l, Danna, leave Miss Leavitt all the memories of Billsky to somehow explain to the incoming athletes. To Julie Whalen I, Moe, leave: Natalie, Sharon, and Carol to keep her going, Mr. B. and Ms. O, and Buddy was never mine. I, Janet, leave Linda a year supply of Vochon Cream Follies. We, Lenina and John Savage, leave Mr. Bates IO grommes of soma. I, Janet Foley, leave Lisa Harding, all the omminition that she'll need. I, Sugar, leave Anobel a candy factory and all the junk food she can eat. I, also leave Nick a parking space to park his VETTE. I, J.S., leave Sharlene the sun so she will always be darker. I, Nancy, leave Duvall a big Thank-You. I, Kathy, leave Kathleen with free reign over all JP's. I, Nancy, leave cheering with good memories and a deeper voice. I leave Sophia Williams o new Joke book. We, Cheryl and Tracy, leave Dave White still smiling. We, Tracy, Lori-Anne, John, and Heather, leave Sharon all rights to rt. 3. I, D.C., leave my sister Carol memories of staying friends throughout the six years we were together. I, Janet Foley, leave Tracy Myerson and Sue Bambino my share of the cult. I, Janet Glorioso, leave Laura Lawrence one pair of Pro boxing gloves and one pair of elbow pads. Shaver leaves the bug whenever and wherever it dies. I, Evana, leave the "G period Gems" the orange fuzzy and a permanent job as our I.R. waitress. We, "the Senior girls", leave the junior and sophomore girls our personalities because they're going to need them, To Linda and Sharlene, l, leave a period E munchie run in the rain. To Linda, I leave six years ofthe some homeroom, wearing her pretty blue pants to match her pretty blue eyes. To Mrs. McLaughlin, I leave on Fridays, and Thursdays, Wednesdays, Tuesdays, and even on Mondays. I, P.F., leave Linda Frost still eating dinner. Love you too. I, Tammy, leave Donny an understanding ear to talk to. I, Mike Ludwig, leave Mr. Linsky a smoke detector. I, Donna, leave Danna Salvoni a penny to start o collection for her new camera. What happened to your old one? I, Mis, leave Ran the hope that we'll stay close for many years to come. I, Jane Daigle, leave Jane Gertsman a figured bass and progression. We anonymously leave Mary Gately and Cheryl Janse Double O.C. fOut of Controll Shaver, Hools, and Cookie leave Mr. Biedrzychi's class trudging back up hill, We leave Kim Foulke a group of friends who do not "kick, knee, hit, poke, of rnutilate the seats." Hameroom B6l4 leaves Miss McDade our hands on our stomach during the Pledge of Allegiance. To Tammy I Leave Moldy, To Bruno I Leave Sunday Youth Meetings, Beowulf, Savage Resenrotions and o Lot of Good Times. I, Tracie, leave Diane and Jean with more kids than me! We the F period Law class of Miss McDade leave her I2 long stem red roses, a white sheet, andthe memory of her I5 minute death. I, Brenda, leave Janet Rob "from the Navy" We, Mrs. Javier's C period English class, leave Knowing just how long 44 minutes can possibly be. I, Shelly Marr, leave Julie Diagle to Norman and Billy. I, Lisa Depalo leave the Natick High Faculty, a time and a place for everything. We, the class of the Calculus, leave Mr. Bransfield a new set of power tools. I, Evana, leave Tammy, Nance, and Tricia a lasagna dinner and a picture window l"l don't care if there's a car"l. Tilly and Hools leave Shaver one broken down bug, one six of talls, and one "Junkyard Strut". I, Donna, leave Donna the fact that she always come second. I, Robin Bruni, leave Miss Vasile still wondering if I have classes. I, Rich, leave, despite Mr. MCG. I S.S. leave Lea I2 years of snowstorms, parades, carnivals, parties and beaches, may the memories live on forever. To Ann Colari, I lFrancinej leave my constant stuttering, my tendencies to misspell and mispronounce words, Jonathan A., Mr l-lousten, and B.Cs'. To Sharlene I leave a Good Repelling Trip. I leave Kim and Francine only to see them in September: Kim with my Harlequins and Francine in hopes that she will stop stuttering, To Mel I leave the hope that someday we both will understand each other's side. To The Greek I leave her undying faith, To Linda and Caryn I leave only the good memories of our special friendship I, Alan leave Kathy myself. We, the A.P. classes of l98l, leave to Mrs. Rosen: 20 perforated baggies, a forest filled with urns, a circle, absurdity, juxtaposition, Christenson, a green rose, the Tomorrow Speech and . . an epiphany, I leave Sharlene without a lab partner and a cat's tail to go with her moose antler. We Kathy and Tracy leave Ms. Rogers still trying to put her foot down! I, Diane leave Kathy always remembering that the best way to punish an enemy is to act nice, I. Donna, leave Emily a years supply of chips, eye liner, and a steady boyfriend. I, Shirley, leave Laveme my undying love and the knowledge that all our dreams will come true. I, J. Abrams leave all my weather reports. We APE leave Mrs. R an. an etemity of tomorrows, Tilly, Shaver, and Hools leave leray in the Barracks. We, Mrs. Simms E period English class, leave her the perfect student. Homeroom Bold leaves Miss Tablat with a can of coke! We, Nancy and Melissa, leave Miss Krech our greatest thanks, friendship andthe hope that next year is as great as this year has been. I Rev. Bes., leave Shar a special planet, a roast, and a clean aphid. I, B. Mackenzie leave The Legend of Dr. Veg to live forever. I, Patty Forte, leave N.H.S. still trying to find Linda since she met Ted. I, K.O., leave Ms. Rogers one bottle of asprin, a green pistachio cake, and the deadlines not met. Fousto: I leave my thanks to F for all the support this year. Someday I'll learn to mat by myself! tProbably when that dream comes true.I Ta Tammy, her spinster sister leaves a shoulder to lean on, much love, and a rainbow. I, Vicki Berstein, leave Miss McDade mootafed. We, Swati and Nancy leave B and C Period studies "aII talked out," We, Laurie, Ann, Sharlene, Francine and Corlie, leave Miss Leavitt, DR. MOMENT! I leave Miss Sugar a bunch of certs and a sugar factory. I, P.F., leave Bookkeeping dazed and confused. I, leave Nick all the excuses of why to skip school. I, T.P., leave A.Q. with my salads and her diet-pepsi's because "Our diet started yesterday." I, Debbie M. leave Nick K. Barry's Ieadpipes and chains. We, the gang leave Lea Stamoulis, Billy Shakespeare, Wiggy Beethoven, a supply of "dentist-office music", and a cute intem. I leave Sue Ga all the great Newton trips, baseball games and 2 bucks! We the girls of the class of I9BI leave Richie Costello D.L. I, Kathy leave Katy a one way ticket to Wellesley and a shout of encouragement "go for it." I, Deb, leave Michili a lot of love and happiness through the coming years. We leave Mr. Houston many thanks from the Marching Band, the Flag Squad and the Majorettes. I leave to Hampton Beach a pair of Binoculars. I, Donna, leave Miss Leavitt the key to serenity hill, she'll need it with the upcoming seniors. We, Mr. Mitro's C period class, leave him 30 years older. Thanks to Lisa. I, John, leave NHS praying for whoever gets my locker next year. I, Larry Strasner, leave Jodi all my thanks for all she has done for me, Caryn - I. L. Y. I, Rod Robinson leave Mrs. Javier an English dictionary. I, Tracy Tanzar, leave Kathy Murphy still trying to find Boston Garden. I, Mike Goldberg, leave Howard Perlstein and Dean Abbott with a mortician's license and a stoic glance. I, Kim, leave Miss Leavitt an Anatomy class with integrity. I, Joanne, leave N.H.S. totally dazed and confused. We Granty, Cookie, Ace, Fitz, and Bum Philips leave Mr. Bourdeau relieved to know we won't be back, but also with the terrible knowledge that Carl, Rudy, Kiva Whid and Hopi will return next year. I anonymously leave everyone the sanity to survive a 4-year high school. We, the BFU gang, leave Hong Chow in peace and safe from bankruptcy. I, P.F., leave N.H.S. wondering how I pulled this one off! Mrs. Drotar shall be left with Caesar and muzzles for David and Scott from Moe. To Ll: CC, ISI, Food, French, Mac, her locker, and LS. Thank you Miss L., BL AIP 4I3. I, K.M., leave K.M. a brand new, orange station wagon that needs no gas and never stalls. I, Tammy, leave Bob knowing we are friends first, last, and ALWAYS! I leave Danny Hartwell hoping he can correct my spelling test the correct way next time. I, Larry Strasner, leave Natick High School as a COBRA. I, Rich, leave Tammy a wink, a decent prom date, eternal happiness, and lotsa love. We Sam and Tigger, leave NHS dreaming of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and vowing to remain friends forever, We, the F period Spanish S class, leave N.H.S. swearing that we never had Miss Ciannevei as a teacher. I, Caryn, leave Dan and Terry a white picket fance. We, Mrs. Javier's English 4I class, leave her an air conditioner and a leak-proof class room. I, Kathy Murphy, leave Tracy Tanzar just an inch and I5 minutes to get ready. We, Mr. Bates's period B English class, leave wishing that we could be "the better student." We, Tracy and Kathleen, leave K.M. still driving straight on red in England. We, Donna and Donna, leave Marcie with a lifetime supply of barbed wire, for her own personal use. We, Barb and Janet, leave Laura Lawrence ta see that all the I 98I NHS Indians get the chance to be "reunited on Rockland." Sister Fish: Good luck always and don't ever end up in fish head soup!! I, squashface, leave sauishface wondering what makes him so squishy. I, Lynne, leave Lizabeth having found a new friend. I, Tah, leave Dan S50 worth of quarters. To Rachel Gallo I, Maureen, leave P.C. and the combination to the banana stickers. Spence and Glaze leave Kathleen a pound of jelly beans, life savers, and gum. We, Maureen Noonan and Laurie Lloyd, leave Dr. LaVergne with crumbs on the floor. We, the mysterious valentine deliverers, leave the hockey team still believing that someone really is stuck on them, I, Barb B., leave Jean W., a life time of peaks and a heavy-duty valley avoider from Sears. I, Joanne, leave Mr. Dyer to carry on his theory of "Sea Voyages." I leave Yaffe Black Stallion. I leave Moicie still laughing in our favorite D period class. I, Bill leave my BP ta anyone who needs it. 4fI570 We leave Mr. Houston a coffee mug glued to his desk. I, Barb B., leave Janet G., one pair of leggs and a peppermint flying saucer. We, Janet and Patty leave "Boom Boom" wondering why we have the giggles! I, Kathleen O'Reilly leave Kathy Murphy still floating around Natick on five dollars of gas. We, the unknown leave Fitz an inertial balance for all timefsl. I, Tracie, leave Brain until Saturday nite at I I:45. I K.M., leave K.O., K.M, and J.Q. forever looking for JPs. I, Janet Glorioso, leave Barb Beaton one pure white unicom, and a week of full moons. I, P.F., leave a new leash and collar for Amanda Simms, the Erodite Cot. I Dawn, leave Carolie, Kerry, Sophia and Kim period F sewing class, that it will end with a stich. I, Janet, leave Barb an cloud 9 waiting for "He's sa shy." Mr. Mitro's C period class leaves him Mark and Lisa to ask stupid questions and bug him. We KATHY-KATHY leave Natick High still trying to embarrass Shnugums! I, Kathleen leave Jodi still wishing that she could sit in the comer during E-period. We the physics 40 class leave Mr. Murray with one durable movie projector and a life time supply of Peter Sellers movies. We the 4x I IO relay team leave Mr. Brennaman 5I.9 I, Lisa DePaIo leave Mark Hall, temporarily, to laugh in the sunshine. I, Smut-ph leave Spacey with these wards of wisdom "I told you so." I, Deannee, leave Mare a quart of chocolate Haagendozs, a wardrobe of Colinfomia clothes and the strength to carry on our friendship even if l'm 3,000 miles away. I, Kathy leave Julie Handrahan still trying to face that she is the true student. I, Jodi Siegal leave Emmy Shupert still saying no no to Dave Powers. I, Laurie leave Dale a Kooga and 0 Bubble. I, Tam, leave Rich climbing the "Falls", croutons, a 5 million page book on mustangs and D.W. We, the Gang, leave Ann a lower pitched voice. We, the French 5 class, leave J.R. with the dishes! I leave remembering the past and wandering if Dean ever got the white flower I sent. l, P.F. leave Ted a new Prom Dress and any other women's clothing because "He's all right!" I KMA leave Jean Ward wondering what I'm smirking about. I, Tayta leave Eugino medicine for her "I.G.P 's" To Miss Leavitt I leave circles, parenthesis, writing on both sides, opened powder bottles and . . . Gilda. I, leave J.K. singing "Home we go, let's be an our way, I love you, you love me " I a devout soccer fan, leave next years team with the worlds greatest goalie We, Tammy and Diane leave our memories and take our FRIENDSHIPH!! l Munchkin, leave puppy a date in May I989. We, the French 5 class, leave Dickie IR, AP and all our other important classes. We leave "Boom Boom" wondering what ASP means. I leave my co-capt a L.L. and a Fribble every time I run. Love J.K. To Fitz, Goldie, Mac, Ken, and Dave, I, Mosadude, leave midnight swims and phone calls. I, Laurie Lloyd, leave an eternal rainbow to Linda Conner, Dale Worthington, and Linda Bradley. We, Larry Harding and Beth Bilodeau, leave the stairs at the end ofthe A-wing to whoever could take our place, Vickie and Sheryl leave Miss McDade as we found her - moot. I, Rich, leave for Norwood. I, Mia Edwards leave Brian Fitzgibbons sitting on Pats' Peak asking himself why he leaves his keys in his back pocket while skiing. I, Kathy leave Alan still trying to figure me out. Charlie leaves Lynne, BIT only physically. I, Emily Walk leave Kristin Fury a new scarf and a bruised leg. I, Vanz-Vanz, leave Kermy a green checkered soccer ball, a hug and a "MazeI Tov!" I Speed-Racer leave Cheryl a lifetime supply of paints and plastics so she can fix everybody's l.D.'s. We leave Linda Farrington, Jim Craig, Dennis Eckersley, Robert Redford, Perry King, Brucie4Baby, Jimmy Carter, Ted Kennedy, Helen Reddy, and a B-S2 Space Modulator. l, Kathy leave Jean all my "SUPPORT", keep dancing! I, Kathy O. leave Diane Belly dancing in the courtyard. I Tammy Parker, leave all my love to all my friends! We Kathleen and Jodi leave Mr. Lamb a new set of partners and a flower for next year too. I, leave Miss DiGiandomenico and Dr. Ganong much happiness in their future together. I, John leave Miss Pierce's Biology 3I class knowing whales can be saved. I, S.S. leave Jodi S. earplugs for Friday night dinners, and some Bain de Soliel so that maybe after I 2 years she'lI be darker than me. A.C. and S.S. leave K.F. and L,P, the answers to all Miss Leavitt's anatomy tests. I, Charlie Katziff leave with NO PROBLEM! I Diane, leave Leslie still "whipping it good" I, Jennifer Foley leave Lisa Trifero still trying to get Fred started. To K.O., my Racquetball partner, I leave a never ending doubt of the code of dress in the whirl pool! I, who chose to remain nameless leave Mr. Holbrook still wondering how you can fit a car between the 2 trees on his front lawn. I, Russ Crockford leave Billy Johnson a book that I wrote entitled "Howto Pretend You're ln Love With a Horse." We Kathy and Tracey leave still wondering is it a ink spot ar a mole? To John DeFiore, I, Elaine Cole, leave 3 years of friendship and wild parties. I, Lisa Zambarono leave the Bonwioodes of Natick High behind me to my brother Joe. Nancy and Donna leave a good breakfast and heavy pam-poms ta next years squad. We Mia Edwards and Lisa Zambarono leave Public Speaking again and again and again . . . I, Gram, leave Brett and Cookie another ride up to Waterville with a flawless tire guarantee. We anonymously leave Kathy M. still laughing at just the littlest thing. I, Elaine, leave Mrs. Sostek o thesaurus in the hopes that she will find a synonym for "fantastic!" We, Kathleen O'Reilly, Kathy Murphy, and Emily Walk leave swingin' Lanie still swingin'. To Dale Worthington, I leave some B.C,P. for her ond Dave, the song upside down, and chickennn maann. We, Caryn, Gabe, Debbie, and Mia, leave the Bobas to themselves. I, Rich W., leave Deb rollerdisca, a blugag and very confused. We, Mrs. Simm's E-period English class leave her an English class that won't pick on her cat. I, Tracy leave Kathleen at Logan in hope that she will find a one way ticket to the Florida sun. I, Saca leave Scuba one bottle of Perrier. I leave Janice still swinging her hips. I Katy, leave Kathy O. forever basking in the sun, in Plymouth! I, Mary Sue Kozlowski leave Cheryl, Sue and Jean an extra bed and closet space at the Bemudiana Hotel. I K,O. leave K.M., J.M. and all other WB's. We, Diane and Dave, leave Dr. Ganong realizing that not even writing 2 or English 40 could break up our "romance" We, Marcie and Donna, leave Mary Sue and Jean the latest fashions in turtlenecks and o years supply of cover sticks. We, Eric Checani and Lynette Sinclair leave Miss Leavitt's finger under high power on Romma's microscope. I K.O. leave T.P. a case of cranberry juice, sorry Tam. We Kathy Murphy, Kathleen O'ReiIIy, Katy Murphy, and Mary Gately leave NHS knowing the true story behind the "Junkyard Strut." I, Dona leave Donna, floating in the Carribean "sipping" on Tigger's Tales. We, Eric Checani and Elaine Coll leave Mr. Drown's Managerial Accounting class knowing we'll someday become accounts. I leave Steph and Lesli all my love and thanks for a great 3 years. We, Tand D, leave Mr. Panchuck one less headache, minus the aroma of those scrumptious sweets, and fact that nobody could replace us. We, D and T, leave Mrs, Flaherty a pair of blue OR pink baby booties. I leave Phyllis, Vicki and Linda one yellow rose. I, Suzanne Cote, leave one boat oar to Helen, Allison, Lisa, Evana, and Tracey. I, a fellow student, leave Mike O'Berry, Body and Soul, ta Janet Foley. I, Jodi, leave Sue, Diane, Shalene, Cheryl, Margaret, Mike and Larry my car, so they don't have to moach rides off me. I, Jean Ward, leave begging my Bermuda roommates not ta show Warren the picture. I leave Joanne and Stein a new pair of socks. ' We, the Gang, leave Rev. Bess, the lead role in "The Sound of Music." I, Wock, leave my love to Pookie. I, D.M., leave K.J.F. saying sorry for all the dumb things I did while going aut. Locker alt I925 leaves locker aff I924 the new July Issue. I, Evana, leave Debbie Shapiro an alarm clock that will get her up at 5:00, a new "evening" bathrobe for those late night I.R, drop offs, a years supply of anti-neurotic pills, and much luck in Wellesley. I, Caryn Glazer, leave Corlie Wallace a free pass to UMASS. I leave Larry Strosner an AGP probe stuck in his back. I leave Buns with a "dirty" note book. Mike and Donna leave Mr. Benson with a pair of unchapped lips. I, Guida, leave Memam, Eugena and Weena a fish on their dish. I, Donna, leave Emily with the thought that we will soon be roomies. I Jon, leave Mare with all her class, sending me to the poor house. We, the yearbook bake sale staff leave Ms. Rogers still eating the munchies at the bake sales 8. many thanks! We all leave Schnogums one feather earing. l, Emily Walk, leave Nancy Irwin a present that's under SI .OO, but "that's okay." Shemp, Shrimp, Nelson and John Paul leave NHS alot fatter than when we got here. So did we!!!! I, Ann Marie Zena, leave Natick High School with a feeling of joy and knowing that I made it "Thanks to my friends" and that "l'M OU'I'I'A HERE FOREVER! SEE YA! LATER MUCH!" We, P.F. and L.F. leave NHS, Boston, and Newton Comer forever! We, Diane and Mary, leave with the last laugh To Members of the Kleenex Committee: For we know what happened ta Dave's sewing kit, your front seat, Jan's custom made locker, locker-room stories, and the phrase "see ya" WE, THE CLASS OF Bl ...,....,.......... ................... .......,,... .......... . . L EAVE! 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My Ev ff wSiw 4:1fffz P ff dm , of jgffjmhagxv-WW' ' H i,C',f'fA:f. 'xlfldlwz 4 ki 'nvygf-yxkga Obfvlaf fKQJp,U,,, I XX A -tx ' 1 I, JM . X" ' TN X Kwimg Kg! A MCLL4 HjQA,ZgQCf X Q, A xk - f . ' ' X -.,' M - .J A FTM., .. X XX " 7 iefhkiffpwx Tdienyznwb' 1' 555' 'Q MK :W A 'wwf 1 Qv 'W QQ Q f if QQ 'ww ' "Y'7fQm5X A H' ' AN WM QQ ,1tzl Q 25 ,ff ffm ?2iffx1,f Mfm - V- vffffvb ,za ew " "A -fa? ,mf Z3 W5 3 Vfl4vfQff?- ff J " V ,." u 6646513 . -,X vQ-4zQ. , , fl 'Xi 46 I would like to take a moment to thank everyone who contributed to this yearbook for without these people there would be no Sassamon '8l. First I would like to thank the yearbook staff for not only doing their own sections but for picking up other areas of the book that needed work. I would also like to thank Westwood Studios for the beautiful pictures for our yearbook. Their cooperation was greatly appreciated. Thanks must also go to Mr. Rosen for his constant support of the Sassomon, for without that we'd have never finished the book. Lastly I would like to express my sincerest thanks to Ms. Jane Rogers, our Yearbook Advisor. Her con- stant help and guidance made this yearbook possible. Ms. Rogers is an excellent teacher along with being a wonderful person and I feel these qualities made our yearbook the success it was. My warmest thanks goes out to everyone who helped put this yearbook together even in the smallest of ways. Best of luck to the staff, Ms. Rogers and the class of l98I I Kathleen Olendzenski - EDITOR I98l SASSAMON - i 1,- tx Umm . . . Let Me have some of that. r lo rm ll' 'Q ::,,':,...s'e..,...es M ...- a Z' r Q. Wh' 4...- 4 I.-1. Q. Yi, Open up and take it like a big girl. WI, ve, 1. ,I I ,fp -I -! sf 1 94' I It tastes good! 'v sk ' chonge. A3-X 1 ',..1 1 - - -- 1.1 tgp ':. - , '-'o'y-Huh' f.-2' A V- 5' kwi- by A A eo for, it! GZ z, , . , - The football or your Imfe. having his picture token for 0 48 ... '.c5.x. ". ff- X With the last photo chosen and the final caption typed, I can take time to think back over my three years as Yearbook Advisor. What a Job! With every staff came new ideas and a different approach to creating the yearbook. ln l979, the theme "Retro- spect of the 7O's" won second place, and last years "Transistions" won first place in the New England Scholastic Press Assoc, Com- petition. This years staff certainly had a tough act to follow, but l think all the effort and hard work has paid off. You have "Left Your Mark" las the theme goesll in this book of memories. N. if - :ritiii-Q. . . ,J I X I I cw I' if 1 .a "E TP? ' ' i a. A 1 'R bi Zn: J ...a-wwf! r-'25-3' X 9 'Q-,. Quite a lot of work goes into a yearbook this size . . . more than you would imagine. lt's the little things, the attention to detail that makes your book special! First, l'd like to thank all of the staff who were truly dedi- cated to the book. Although most were beach bound after graduation there were a few loyal members to tie up loose ends, and put on the final touch. A special thanks to Kathy O. who upheld her responsibility as Editor right down to the very last page. A fine job!! Thanks to the K.K. club who gave up a few beach days and party nights to work on Nostalgia. Knot to mention Gabe and Chrisll Lastly, l'd like to thank all of the terrific students l've met fond hopefully influ- encedll lt's been quite an experience here at N.H.S. . .. from the first Humanities class, to the dances and ski trips, the water bal- loons and bake sales . . . to the embarrass- ment of singing telegrams or still being asked for a hall pass after three years of teaching!! Good luck to all, students and teachers alike. Ms. Jane Rogers 3' Q I 4 .45 ...fi .1 249 , . .Q . 'I I -,'v - . .,,.,g'V -.-. v ..-Y ., - --f.X.,f., L 'V-. 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Creators cyffne CEACISS T"1:YLgS, 0,XDd,T'dAS, - 63 LLYLYI,OLLYI,CE7'Vl6YlfS, YGCZTEOOES, and- IITPIEDVYLES jk C J f N f N V FAI RWAY 23Mmg.'iaE1z...L SPD RTS 555 2594 k J W O R L D K N Golf - Bowling QQESJSSSESALL TEL 653S'OT6 Pool - Tennis Club ll3El'2 3355 Rr. 9 Natick SALES o LESSONS 0 REPMRS 653-5820 ON ALL INSTRUMENTS l TPOND STREET JOHN DEFlORE NATICK MASS Ol76O A J K f N CONGRATULATIONS Wolker Reol Estote Mr. ond Mrs. N.J. Bellentoni Cosey's Diner Mike Siegol Mr. ond Mrs. Hondrohon Jone Rogers Jewelry Dick Switch Royol Slumber Shop Notick Pizzo Pcilclce Mr. ond Mrs. John Defoire Mr. ond Mrs. Edworcl Jonse Mr. ond Mrs. Mourice J. Lynch GRADUATES R J 6 N E9 G9 P1-inie Computer, Inc Prime Park Natick, MA 01760 16171 655-8000 X J ycglrg X313 ahah 'WWII' AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 49 MAIN STREET - NATICK I OPEN CONTINUOUSLY EVERY FRIDAY 9 A.M. - 8 P.M. OPEN 9 A.M. - 4 P.M. MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY SATURDAY 9 A.M. -1 P,M. X J I LII POPE OSTROWSKI BUILDING CO. Specialists in the Design St Construction of Dwellings and any building in the light g , construction field. Designers 0 Builders G.L. OSTROWSKI In N.H.: RFD ffl Box 72 O Kingston, N.H. 03848 l603l 642-3364 In MA.: IO Harwood Circle 0 Natick, MA. Ol76O l6l7l 655-5835 BACON STREET FARM TILLY AND SALVY SPECIALIZING IN FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES FRUIT BASKETS MADE TO ORDER IOO BACON STREET, NATICK, MASS. Ol760 TEL. 653-485l I79 W. CENTRAL STREET 655-2683 NATICK, MA. 0l760 655-2985 W Compliments NFITUHE HND EHRTH UNJTGD LUITH SCIENCE Qf Guy's Reupholstering Natick, Ma. 665 COCHITUATE ROAD 872-2875 FRAMINGHAM, MA Ol70l 875-9477 roberta kenney advertising, , , ,. .I ,-- 5 forty-three a' t t natick, masrsladlgvjseites 0l760 """" 3. I ' - . l6l7J655-7654 Sales Appraisals GEORGE QUIGLEY REAL ESTATE INCORPORATED 5 West Central St. Natick, Mass. 01760 Office: 655-l050 George E. Quigley Res: 653-5956 TEL. 653-4020 Complete Garden Equipment AGARNIS Lawnmowers Sharpened 8 Repcired MARKET ANNESI'S POWER EQUIPMENT 8. SUPPLY FOOD O TOBACCO 0 NEWS P Open 7 Days - 7:00 - l0:00 Y' f f N ' ' S b Sh RElI3tIeF?Annesi l9B West Central St, ext Iogwgrlggfici op Rocco F. Annesi Natick, Mass. Ol760 6533727 inc NORTH END PIZZA 8. SUB SHOP 179 WEST CENTRAL STREET CORNER OF MILL STREET Q NATICK, MASSACHUSETTS 01760 655-2909 AUTO WASH CENTER Rt. 9 Natick 653-3051 g FAIRBANKS 2, som, INC. M - mmg Au ,mom STATIONERS 6140 16 MAIN STREET NATICK, MASS. 01760 28 Main Street 1082 Great Plain Ave. Natick, Mass. 01760 Needham, Mass. 02192 Telephone 653-2862 Telephone 449-2753 Herb Holcomb . RUBBISH REMOVAL Q Natick, Moss. C 4 g.- PHONE 653-8540 -' , 51 , i n 1'-- Custom Car Radio ' H n TV-Stereo Service, Inc. .lb -z'-Q-IV ..f::'L Hg F ' ' 222 NORTH - ,- 6 QL.- ol... NATICK, MA 01760 COMPLIMENTS TOWNE AUTO PARTS 780 WORCESTER RD. Y '-.am if .sank inc- ogmgrggc TIBERI ALrREggi2E2Pii D. TIBERI 81 SONS 16171 653-509' LOAM - FILL - GRAVEL - 42 South Avenue EQUIPMENT RENTALS Nom, massed-usens 01760 DAY on NIGHT 3785364 ARTFUL FRAMER Natick Shopping Center Rt. 9 81 27 Natick, Mass. PAIR yI3AoLi2 -EIJIIFKIIIIY' -7342171137 'Milf ESTABLISHED 1898 IO MAIN STREET I NATICK, MASSACHUSETTS 01760 0 IAREA CODE 6171 653-3131 K J fr , 9. I W .Zigl- ywfl ,2- 1 1 Y , -Ill gig 5551 :::: HH .III LII: Jll :::: ' . ---- -1-- TTT1. q::: ' L 50510 KIMBALL YAMAHA KAWAI RODGERS O QIHIILLIII9 DEQ i INV' E E fm photofypresettinlg, E355 desfgfi 677 Worcester Street IRoute 91 Natick, Mass. 01760 ei ffgA7LffQQV2i2r3-three Phone: 655-1550 wellesle , massachusetts 02181 7wemefSfrei8 R'::dTI6c5I3-1380 655-3765 Y Main Showroom OT NAT-'CK Branches at READING 0 SANDWICH 0 MEDFIELD 485 Mum 97681359.8814 359 8857 HANOVER all 'Q W mf? Good Luck to the Class of 81 Al's Homeplate C 81 T Paint 81 Wallpaper Inc. DEDHAM, MASS. Rt. 1 Circle, 322 Washington St. 329-3166 Natick, Mass, Wellesley, Mass. 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