New Bedford High School - Crimson Log Yearbook (New Bedford, MA)

 - Class of 1979

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M.,fJn.m..wW' iwifq i f QM ,X Chal- Q lenges, K Rr'f,Q. X wt 4 I -f -'.L..-. .5 if L' s x , 1. 'V' ' it A as ww 'f 'N and successes Z 2 :xx , ff, My V , "NN, ,,,,, ,N,,ff' fr, ,..' ' X NNW ' U N , " I, "Nw, ' 2 ' V f f"!',, z fx U n lf richer from our Shared experiences 1 E e X X fi I I V 1 1 w N . W . , x , 1, 5 L EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Sn-w Katf-s CRADI'ATI'I EDITOR: C4-ff-lid I'kl'I'F1'II'l I--ul t-1 ,if A W xxx X ' Sm' Ul -' ADVERTISING ICIIITUR: Palm Karalvkas CLIYB I'IllI'l'0R: IIIIIJ1-Ili I'1l'FT4'lFJ ,J ...Mmm-Q CONTRIBUTING EDITOR: Ruy Cardoso SPORTS EDITOR: Maria Furtado FACULTY EDITOR: Helder Costa ? f ik fI'AI 2 A FACULTY STAFF: Lori Costa, Gail Slim-pard, Marissa Dias. Nlvlanie Hill. Sharon Sullivan, Holder Costa. Also: Joannottf' Rosen ,lxf -W A - 631 ,asia :xiii 5 .yn ww- ., half , gfgii . 45 23 'ff " zz 1 ffiw-E E' M. f .h 411 'gi Q is 1 sc -ff' P .L 1 54" l .RQ PA 1' 4 f '55 -xzlnlifsxfi' 12? S ..... 1.1 GRADIATE STAFF: Paula Souza. Dvbbin- Rulwrls. Cathy Camaioni. Nlarrvllf- Duxal. Phyllis Raphuf-I. TYPING STAFF: Suv Brmln. Vlvlanie- llilll l'rmi Urlif. Lury Be-nm iclvs. Mim'l1f'll4- Hvlwrt. Thvrfwa Carfluw. C1-1-alia Fvrrviru. fl! C0'Vl'RlBl'TlNG STAFF: Nl.1rIl1.1 Rwinl. l,nlrlvx llurn. Ella-rm Hllfflllgltill. Rm hlrnlwlw. ll'-lllllv lllmlx. Also: Patti l".1riu. f ..,1f. il, W1 KRT STAFF: NlI'l11lll4'l1llJf'lll'f'. 'llivlmf-Ilv llwln-rl. -XI-lm: Ihlv Whal- Illgl. lIl.l B STAFF: Row-rnurx SIUllh. Yix Mingolu. Rube-n Fe-rr:-urn. Bc'lt1'f1l21rk. Trury Camara. . i J 5 H? . 2 a SPORTS STAFF: Mikf- Russo. Ellf'nHz1rrington. N1ariaFurtario. Paul Arguin. , 7, G7 v. ?...f"" , PHU'l'UlQH.'kPHY 5'I'Al"l": Rivlk Marvhixm. Sdmxr Il.xl-Imudmr Nlrkf- P1-lflgrxkl. 5ur11ixfImsul1. qfwaf AIIYERTISINC STAFF: Liga Puulos. Pam Kllrulwknx. Dun- Fuum-rlx. Sgxmly Cuf' -on. Us-hbiv Harsh. Nlurthu Rvifl. Chr'rylLym1rmi-. MorseQCutting Tools Division , G-uIf+VVestern Manufacturing Company P.O. Box F923, New Bedford, Massachusetts 02742 U.S.A. Complimenis of RAY-L0's CAFE 77 Slocum S+. Acushnei, Mass. B GS 6 W C. 23 i l I i . a 5 k s 2 ! I I , 2 ! 9 1 P N xt- Lk N IJ- sf 'Bannon LJL.1L.lLJLJLJ Superintenden, 5 if , ,X ., tpp .... 5 .. t Mr. Constantine Nanopoulos Mr. Paul Rodrigues Dc-puty Superintendent Superintendent of Svhools Mrs. Grace Frey Mrs. Lucille Caron Asst. Supl. of Curr. and Instr. Asst. Supl. for Spevial Svrvicc 2 1' R ....,., ...,. m . X A Mr. Edward Correia Asst. Supt, for Pvrsonne-I -. . ' Mrs. Frances Heimberg CnonlinamroflVluSi1'Erl, Supervisors xv, , Q, riii .i if Mrs. Clara Crosson Mr- Joseph Rovha Dir. uf Uvvupalimial lffl. Phlg- EAA Difvflfif Jr. i 3 in Mr. Raymonn Bisaillon Art Dire-vlor ,. JC" i fl 'n4-,f. ,,,r Mr. William Chapman DlI',Ul.CUlfl.ZiFlIlPlllblll',l'f'S0lHlt'lSPTXlt'1 Mr. joseph Bettencourt Alhli-Iii' Dirvvlor lfllff l 9 .ws Ms. Edna Zola Dir. of I.TVl.C. 27 Administration Mr. Theodore J. Calnan Mr. John F. Robinson Headmastvr Administraliu- Awislunl ,st-,i 'S ' M oo,i A Q AW, or o f if , , , jg ".'.' 'W' f' ' 9 ,ij ff-A ,A g gait ,.G'j'j',fr 3' f w?f"1f"'il- 15"-a'g:fm"'I ?v"H ,-5A BK-fy ,QW 194 bf Jer w 4 gif 1 iv N. ','L'L,s'. if 'ffm 'f-ifw,-if 5 ffgf.-'5 fy f U 4 Q? nsffi 'g'xff'f, aff! ,:14v:fr't ,left it ,J f asv'-1. .ot"xQ?v. 'ii fa-'E I W f J 1 fic ff "gls'.,1.ff.'1 -5,1 idle: d,4,f sp fx s g ,f 1. ,U 1 'gift' I ik' ' 'IS' 4:4 fill n"Q",l J H " r Y f Mr. Gilbert Souza Mr. Eugene Goldrick Mrs. Roberta Sawyer T21I1HllllS4'HlLlSU'Y' CUIK1H0llSl'INLhIl'I' D:-un uf Sll1lI4'Illh AMW ' Mrs, Marial Harper Mrlfharlt-Sl,uvh1'tli Bllll'llHll'1'IIliSlI'0'br fil'Q'l'Il HUlIN4'IIl2lFIl'I' 28 Art Department I i...-----f Mf- R0bPl'1 Milleile Mr. Richard Pacheco Mr. David Rm-ha fl. il' Mrs. Patricia Maranhas X 1 af' I I Mr. Alcides Da Graca 6 Mrs. Blanche M1-Coy na Mr. William Bettencourt Mr. Robert Fournier r 2 W.. E5 Y 4, LX Mrs. Nancy Baier SER? A i 4 ' 1 - We Mr. Abel Fidalgo De-pt. lleall Mrs. Lumina Raposo al?"?Y' "Usual Mrs. Amy Slater Mrs. Ester Gomes F Og. 2 i U Q Q Zu 5 CB Ei 'W w e 3 "H rf- -X1 'lx 9? ' 'u" Waxwa a by C M atv wwf if Mrs. llnrolhy Kallevik 5 ? f E Miss Clara Vinagre 29 Q. .1 ef 1 i ,pa Bilingual Department ,. -- .ga ff .V f m,f,,f, , -1 , X Gr aena RW 173 X, fig. x aw, N 6 ga .ce Mr. Miguel Sanchez-Arriola ai K QU!" "4-ad' S ,Ji f- Mrs. Laura Linda Methia Mr. Manuel Silveira Mrs. Theresa Torres -Q A -:.4f:fws.,. W H was 'finals ,,.e: L , Mrs. Juliet Amaral . -Q ,- ".- -.,-.' ', f, x 'Pg-M I . 1 1 ,' Q 1 e I ,1- fir.. ,F . ff. Mr. Silvino Ferreira wx-far Mr. Manuel Aguiar Miss Marina Mendez Miss Gloria da Ponte Mrs. Eulalia Carvalho , Mr. Paul Broadmeadow Mrs. Lidia Ferreira Mr. Antonio Oliveira ' - xg, ,Y-., ,-,,",f 1 .1 , , BZLSUZGSS DCPGTZHZEHZ Miss Judith Allen Mr. Richard N0l'b0lll10 Ms. Catherine Catin Mrs. ,Ioan Mr-rolla Dept. Head W K,-.. . ' ,.,. ,. . A it N If Mrs. Vllda Miles Mr. Stanley Lessoff Mrs. Dawn Calon mm Mrs. Lois Ayotle Mrs. Madeline Duarte Mr. Richard Anderson 1.239 'xlib Mr. Arthur Anderson Mrs. Barbara West Mrs. Joyce Desforges 1 Business Department K-.- Mr. Edward Costa Mrs. Irene Bebis Mrs. Lucille l.3g8flSlf Mrs. Donna Romano ""'Nf."... Mrs. Ann Walker Mr. Carlos Alves Mr. John Warren Mrs. Loretta Dlouhy Mr. Salvatore Lombardo Mr. David Kroudvird Mrs. Aileen Siegel ix: , NJ' Ms. Aurora Zola .W ,X . . ,, N W ' Mrs. Carol Strupczrwski ' "',, 'iii ' Also Mr. Joseph l-lulw nglish Department Q x. fr Mr- Charles Robinson Miss Beverly Rizzarro Dept. Head Mrs. Irene Gutierrez Mr. David Pepin Mrs. Dorothy Laflamme Mr. Arthur Walsh Ms. Marguerite Burchell Mr. George Newman Mr. Daniel Dube H Mr. Roger Silva Mrs. Susan Gillum ill-w gk.. X I 2 f Mrs. Regina Keightlcy Mr. Robert Pea-cini Mr. Roger Sl. Pierre English Department 9-4... Mrs. Judith Snow Mr. Richard Methia Mr. Stephen Fraga I Mr. James Kelly Miss Cale Rowles Mr. Robert Lanouelte Mrs. P8lliCi8 Rutkowilz Mrs. Audrey Levasseur Mr. Armand Marchand Mr. George Charbonneau ,war pn-nr" we K- Miss Mary Morris Mr. james Mandly Mrs. Anita Rose Mrs. Craciette M1-dm-iros 'x English Department 0--ad' Xxx. V sl' ' . ,QW -4,5 1 . i .QYVX .udlqi -4-. 1 ,. f. ,.,. X? Xa L Mr. Robert Braz Miss Margaret Longpre Ms. Noel Tripp Mr. Rolwrt Lelilam- Mrs. Rose Souza , L im' V V if: , W A A Q, 'A -fx mf Af f ' M M M Qg 9" Mr. Gerald Fogel Mr. William Doyle Foreign Language Department if tm. P 'G 'V VI- JJ, E fd Mrs. Rosalie Baker Ms. Eliza Andrade Mr. Americo Araujo Dwi' I md ai If A if-if -A e' ft . vz 1 ,th fi' fvf' Mr. laurindo Machado Mr. George Biscari Ms. Maria Cos-:la 35 Foreign Language Department iw'-TL.""Jw,,,, Miss Pauline Rainville Mr. Ronald Nolin Mrs. Gisele Cabral Mr. Maurice Galipeau Mr. Luis Dallosa Mr. Paul Guy Q, M gif. wx V ,W W, , . , , J v , sg We M M as -..f es... fs Mr. John Raposo Ms. Maria Helena Souza Mrs. Carol Silva Mr. Mario Castro in Mrs. Bemice Kaufman Mrs. Sarah Kalife Mr' Ronald Medeiros au- Lb Mr. William Winsper Mn. Judith Bolton Placement Counselor 4' Mr. jacob Tabacllnik gag 49 ., 'NV fl if: Q Miss Anna Sowa ' ' M. Mr. William Savage uidanee Department :Qi ' me N f Q12 Mr. Michael Hochman 3 , e ,iq e I ..- V R E K i an ,,:. . s M FT - , . , . 11' f Ei. Yi I K K K Jig, H as M , . N Mr. Ellsworth McAfee ,rw ' IW, -f'2:".v. , ""' . U Mr. Neal wan Miss ,IuliavMahoney , T Q , 1 . 1 t , .4 '.'3Qn-ff' 'NITK iii Q iff' A kiii A ' ff' if wgnzzzz--w iffftgigf M. iiii i'i' .A..l f 25223222313 fffffffifl Mr. Keith Francis Miss Juanita Schoff Mr. Edward Burke Mr- Willie Givens Home Eeonomtes Department i ,3i,, ,t,, W Mrs. Ruth Mellen Mrs. Modena Chooporian Mrs. Nancy Sullivan Mrs. Clara Crosson D4-pt, He-:ul Industrial Arts Department M 'aff 'X r' f: f: 125:-P" ' 2 f f - ff' X X M? wa Mr. Jeffrey Bourgeois Mr. William Robbins Mr- .l0llIl Farrell Dffpt. Hvad ' W I rrri if R 5 T' . av K 'I t H21 i , 1, R ' -ff I A , i.5"'A1..-- Q- 41 f ff' in-' ,,. I ' Q:-5. 5 M.,-gf K wkwg ,R ' ,Q 1 - .K ' Q A - 513.53344 -I Mr. Clifford Mitchell Mr. Edward Medeiros Mr. Richard Rutkowitz Mr. Ralph Dlouhy -if R . I Mr. Curtis Mello Mr. Hans Picard Mr. Nicholas Konstantakos Mr. Paul Maly Mr. Raphael Monteiro Mr. ,lim Rf-ul Vlr. Edward Orlowski Math Department I Mr. Thomas Crook Mr. Gualler DeSilva ' im X . .jg ' Mrs. Jeanne Bonneau Ms. Dorothy Dean ' V Mr. Timothy Mitchell T' ' ,... QW" 'Q' -H. I s Miss ,loan Park lJ1'pl.lle'arl : .M A K 1 lg Mrs. liils-en Digglf- Mr. Michael Ras Mr. John Femandes 1. Mr John Gomes Mr. Charles Messier Mrs. Z4-ida Rodriguvz Mr. Edward Girard , 'WD XR" ' 3 , , 0 n,, 4:45, 5 w V o 4+ ',h' M M ' f K '- ' ' 4 ffyff ' , 'W' - 5 ' M sam. iffljjff M Mdrd Mlll M -M 1- .:,. fitzw kgfii .. 5 k'.O?Qgl. Miss Constance Hindle Mr. Ronald Vaz Mrs. Susan Harriman 39 Math Departmen Mr. Marc Letendre Mr. Glenn Machado Mrs. Cassandra Morgan Miss Patricia Clark Mr. Joseph Oliver Mr. Charles Vardo ...I is -as as aa. , :az Mrs. Noreen Parker X. 'K wif Q if - " ' g ,1, , ' , X is 2 E 4 5 f J 1 f K X 4 , Wx f A ., 4 ,4 all A -M l Miss Frances Howard Music Department lx N Mr. Russell D. Campoli Q Q- Mr. William langelotli ,gms X 9 , Mrs. Anne Hochman Mr. Henry Saltzman A Mr. John C. Rapoza View uv 'H he 2 ff' RMS? I, :gy 4 1 . 5531, , 5 fx Mr. Roben Allcock ON' Foods Mrs. Eileen Medeiros Nurse-s' Aide- Teacher Mimi., .. . X 5 Law. Mr. Robert Francis Dum Processing Mrs. Pauline Goldrick Nur-1-'N.-Xill1'T4-a1'hr'r ccapationai Education Department Mrs. Toni Audelle Dislrilmliw Ed. Mr. john Pacheco llixlrilnlliu' Ed, Physical Education Department Mrs. Hope Collins Child Carf- f Mrs. Mary Slellaio Child Carc- QQ hifi -4"""' X gn. ,g Mrs. Donna Caron Mr. Mitchell Kuliga Mrs. Louanne Gonsalves Mrs. Pauline Amaral Mr. Ronald Barboza Mrs. Kathy Buckley Y' Mr. Bruce Mar-Pherson ill: Al Physical Education Department , v 'ff 54? --.. sig -Vi? F 9 n - , . z 5? ,, rf, 5.3 , A ' ' 4 Us .f 53. 'HS' 'EM' fem ,f S: . . .ak ff Q. 1: S 4 S if ir, ' -ff, g: 5-N Mr. William Esancy Miss Pauline Silvia Ms. Karyn Hicks-r Mr. Slephc-n Gardiner f' Mrs. Nancy Rolli Mr. Dennis Medeiros Hvullh ........ .,.a..,. .Aa t Mrs. Mary Shea Mr. Clyde Ribeiro K 'Q tf g at ' M Q 'wr' 3 Mr. James Mf-deiros E Mrs. Michelinf- llonaghy Mr. Richard Ponte Mr- .l0hIl Dell Isola Mrs. Nancy l.'llc-urvux Mrs. Rita lllanchvltv l'l4'z1lIl1 l,.ml1lll'x xlixll' lllllllllllil 'Xulr' .tsj fi if - is 5 'gf ff-.1 wif ' 'gf-" '-53. if -Y 2 5' 'ZH K ,L 'X Science De artment 5 ' 'Q f' ja: ' 7' I! ff!" . Iii "'.'H lx, l 'RLQ Q5 A in 455, fxfgx Sfzl? l . Mr- -lawn Ross Mr. Paul Anthony Mr. George' Goodfellow Mr. Waymf llamlvl Dm-pl,ll1-all -AFD- , , 'V if if Q N f 142- VH 1- ki If V17 x W Uv .' 1 i Mr. Anlone Glenn Brum Miss Susan Geary Mr. Joseph ,lacintho 5m is I. L 'l fi 4119 M' 44' -Q wil 124' Wm 12 6 'Y 5 we W Mr. Raymond Marlin Mr. Abel Pimrnlal Mr. Joseph Gill Mr. Ernest M. Kobza Mr. Kenneth Soares Mrs. Janice Uuimet Mr. Allan Rosvow Dr. liugvnm- B. Wilusz 43 Science Department Mrs. Virginia Sherbino Miss Martha Wilde Mrs. Doris Bisaillon vs f , :,,i,,, .,,, , N 7555 I., 7 15 M I QT Zag? far af 516 " sf af- A, 5 , ,Z 3 iv H : 5355 J' 2 W fb 5. Mr. john Strittmatter Mr. Stephen Jansen Mrs. Mary ,lane Rider Mm. Mr. Ralph Keith Social Studies Department Mr. Frederick Cole D1'lIl.l1ll'1lll E I - V L A+ ' ff .'Lui'i - -w ,z .Gi K . .f Mifxliirlil .15 ,I53fl51lf3fl' 5 rf .KQV t 'irffxsfiftw 1:1QL,,i,Q 512 5.-5 if 255211 Q fran a X : ' Y i ? 5 iii? 12? i Eff, Xxx 33' Q f " 12: f - fM,,,n'- M iz tsts X t M 'Qfzggk ' ll' 'X S-V.. 1 VX Q i XX, 4 ni Q i 3 Mr. john Horowicz 44 KK. Jia li c c M st X time fx Mr. Michael Longo Mrs. Cynthia Conward Miss Cynthia Lea Mr. Lawrence Hdmundson Mr. john Curry Social Studies Department 1 Y N. 'E Mr. John Murphy Mr. Frank Molta Mr. Edmund Tavares Mrs. June Roberts '71 Mrs. Rhoda Purcell Mr. Ronald Dow Mrs. Catherine llassey Mr. Roger Lev:-squp Mr. Maurice Taylor Mr. Robert Foster Special Services auf, 42 '11, in !"""-.s Mrs. Elizabeth Macedo Som: Sl. Res. Ctr. Mrs. Janice Arruda Math Res. Ctr. Mr. Robert Maucione Mrs. Vivian Robb Media Coordinator Librarian ' ff' ff',fb V Mr. Robert Whittaker A.V.-T,V. Tf'Pl1Ilil'l3f'l Mrs. Joanne Williams Mrs. Ethel Towers T.V. Instructor Mrs. Marguerite Zielinski Srivnw Res. Ctr. Read.-Ref. Res. Ctr. aff Mrs. Helen Rogers CSM Manuel Lima, Jr. English Res- CU- Sgt. Robert Morrison Li. col. Joseph Napoli J'R'0'T'C- J.R.o.T.c. J.R.o.T.c. We I I wi Mrs. Yvette LeBlanc Mrs. Dot Lowney Mrs. Elena Martins MF- Pall' B0iSV0l'i R,N, R,N, RN4 Driwris Ed. 46 4 We . Special Sermces Mrs. Eileen Forgue Res. Class Aide Mrs. Beatrice Costa Res. Class Aide Mrs. Patricia Burgo Res. Class Train. Mr. Clyde Armstrong Spur Ed. Mrs. Debra Fortler Res. Class Aide Mrs. Elizabeth Tmdelle Res. Class Aide gamma.. Mrs. Julie Seguin Res. Class Staff '-Ti Mr. Robert Jeffrey Spec. Ed. . E NUTS ,.u-4" Mrs. Darlene Raposo Mrs. Elaine Lovett '. . . L.. . It 1' Res. Class Aide- Mr. Nick Papas Mrs. ,Ioan Borowicz Rm' Class Aid" Rc-s. Class Aid.- Mrs. Janice Cohen Mrs. Diane Cohen Rvs. Class Train. Spec. Ed. Res. SMH Miss liynn Mingola 5 ww. lttl, ' 47 Special Services Mrs. Rita Rivard Miss Marie LeBeau Main Off. Tel. Oper. Green House Cuid. Clerk p , , Mrs. Claire Bergeron Mrs. Marie Turgeon Blue House Sec. Main Off. Sec. 199 Mrs. Sylvia Amaral Tan House Sec. 1 W gif is Mrs. Eleanor Craveiro Tan House C-uid. Clerk fl Misra V. . .Y , , A, .416 grill Miss Elizabeth Winn Main Guid. Sec, if Mrs. Stasia Szaro Main Off. Sec. Miss Kathy Comes Blue House Guid. Clerk Z J Mrs. Ethel Griffith Green House Sec. fx X Mrs. Catherine Rose Gold House Guid. Clerk J Lsi-. eh I .M ,. ,Y 1 ...W A Mrs. Alice Rezendes Mrs. Marion Brown Mrs. Carol Clermont Mrs. Violetta Fernandes Gold House Sec. Exec. Sec., Main Off. Main Off. Ser. Main Off.Sf-1: WL, fs X hx? Special Services Mr. Manuel Matos Mrs. Margaret Mello MIS- Sophie Slldewhkl Spec. Ed. Teacher Aide TCHCl191' Aide Mrs Mrs. Mrs Mrs. Mrs. Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs, Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs. Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs 'j . 3, .4 Ms. Joanne Bennett Mr. Tom Ferreira Left to right: Mr. Curtis Perry, Mr. William Keavey, Dir.. Mr. Peter Nanos and Mr Spec. Ed. Spec. Ed. Lee Harriman of Projeet Space. Also, Mr. Rildo Ferreira Thankless tasks are never doneg Thanks for making our school run. CAFETERIA WORKERS CUSTODIANS . Vivian Betteneourt, Mgr, Mrs. Joyce Menard Mr. George Wheeler, Head . Charles Gosselin Evelyn Amlirose Cer-ile Antone Adella Arruda Cynthia Bentley .Claire Brun Hilda Catlow Marilyn Collins . Gladys Couto Virginia Croeker Sandra D4-Deus Mildred Dion Franees Eluziario M. Beatriee Hayes Dorothy Hope ."iy'ee laeaponi iN. lzilie lnaeio Marion ,lankowski .loanne lxnieien C. Terry' Ladino Gertrude Lague .Theresa Lizotte Alit-eMaillt-1 Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Irene Mendonca Gloria Mendoza Cynthia Moniz Pat Motta Ellen Moyer Mrs. . Kathleen Murphy Mrs Mrs. Theresa Noia Mrs. Kathleen Perry Mrs Ruth Piva Mrs. Florida Pontes Mrs Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs. Mrs Mrs. Mrs, . Kathy Rothwell Agnes Rua Franees Schoorens Natalie Simmons .Emily Souza . Rosalie Strittmatter . Dorothea Sylvia Mary Tavano Mary' Tavares Mrs. .Shirley Whittaker Marion Wholley Demitra Yotides Mr. Antone Alfonso Mr. Henry Almeida Mr. Gilbert Amaral Mr. Kenneth Andrews, Mr. Joseph Arruda Mr. Leopold Berulne Mr. Mark Britton Mr. Gerald Cahral Mr. Stanley Collins Mrs. Eta Correia Mr. Fernando Cruz Mr. John Dax id Mr. Robert Desaulels Mr. Alfonse Duarte Mr. ,losepli Dutra Mr. Joseph Ferreira Mrs. Mary Fortes Mr, James Foster. Carp. Mr. Dale Fuller. Carp. Mr. Mare Gill. Engr. Mrs. Bexerly Gomes Engr. .Riehard Haskins . Donald Howard . John Joseph . Dennis Latour Mrs. Beatrice l,eal Mrs. lean Lima . ,lames Maeedo . Kenneth Maeedo Ernest Medeiros Lueiano Olixeira s. Ermelinda Perry Kenneth Petty Edgar Potliier Fred Reynolds. Chit f Eng.r . August Saeramenlo Donaldo Silva Edward Simmons Daniel Sormento William Tavares Anthony Williams f"'E If Z5 , 4,1 f - gf N mf, f! if :XXX 524 . gf 3 GD. M' ,A , X-,.: -4:46, , 14 NV A f 'W THREE, u I ffw .Sk X7 ff f f X f f I M V 4' 1 1 iff! jllv X ,,' , Q ,VAX M. Rnpom NL .Q psy, E ',2,'Wwl" Xxx A iii Z fi, ff me A M we Of. 61444 6155. 0 15 'I X ' HHPPY V44 W QW , J 'MKS 35 . rn! f O X If Q! rms spyyfa X ff! -Nh X X x . .'x',f, .T-'I j 7' 94' A 'f , ' I Bone .lf Hx. Long o: 'I E 7wQJ,,0'71 xx! Mr David Kroudvird of the Business Department taught for 39 years, 36 of them at NBHS. L D l e i 3 1 , 9 3 5 5 5 I joseph Dube ofthe Business Department was at NBHS 21 years of his 36-year career. , . , .W - . Mr .af ' - gt, f D laid K K, r Y ' 5 ff . , f 44 3 fi 9 358 . E. Mrs. Sophie Sladewski, a Speeial Edueation teacher aide, spent five years on the NBHS faeulty. teach vb. . .4a: to instruct by precept, example or experienee grateful adj la: appreeiative of benefits reeeiyed As high sehool seniors, we will soon be adults with responsibili- ties to both society and ourselves. Many of our attitudes will have been formed during these last four years. Without realizing it, we have been greatly influeneed by our teaehers. Thanks to the efforts of people like Mr. David Kroudvird. Mr. Joseph Dube. and Mrs. Sophie Sladewski, we will begin our adulthood better pre- pared. The Class of '79 would like to wish Mr. Kroudvird, Mr. Dube, and Mrs. Sladewski the best of luek in their retirement. Sl 3 3 2 5 3 x 1 i I E S S 'S Q Q ! 5 3 5. E 5 Y 2 3 fi i S 3 1 2 S si Q Q :new Nmmffwi. -,f-f 1:-:111-f - fwlunnmif, ,.., f fm-gf l , - ,..b lim-111' 11, 1 vmwznnamwef- . W f 1 ummm.. ...7-ns:-f Wishes fo of I979 Edifor Tom 8: Bill Perry, I Dar+mou+l1 S+. +l1e Class 'rhe bes+ TIMES ankii luc k. gl 206 Rockdale New Bedford L i , ll-l 21 ace, I 9 . gl ' ll wg n,,,...K E win 3' xx QL Ni A ' - 1 imxll E l fy ""'w'ff W1 L,,1- A 497 Sfafe Road Dar+mou+h, Mass. ll I f f Us ww -,.,--f- i .. Sui ' N 'ISQYIQZZ ' Senwr Uffzcers President 1 Sandy ,lambs First Vice-Pres. 1 D4-bbiv Hardy Sera- Vice Pres. 1 Dax id Fuurnic-r Secretal'v1 Marissa Dias F V , , i i 1 1 i r 1 r I l s . L U v L I r N i I Q 56 1 ff"""- --J L 1 i DUUUDUUUUD A mmmmmo 'Ig DN.: wmrmef it , RACHELLE ABARAY "Shell" will be attending business school or work. Enjoys tennis and bike riding. Her notable feature is her eyes. Saddest when stuck home at night. Disliked formal studies and morning exercises. Plans to visit Fla. "Whal's up!" 4 . JODY ACUIAR "Huey" would like to be a police- man or pro-body builder. Secretly wishes to bench press 400 lbs. by 19 yrs. old. Can be seen on Brock Ate. Wants to visit California. His hangup is his lack of confidence. Engines with Mr. Dlouhy was fine. CAIL ALVES ls off to college and hopes to be famous. Will remember lov 'l care of parents. Hates stuck people. Wants to sunbathe in Hawaii. Salesmanship a ball because Mr. Warren a great teacher. Favorite class, though. was Clothing. "Say what?" ,.,M.,. I' X DEIRDRE-MARIE ABELHA "Dee" Flying and sailing her hob- hies. English memorable for her constant striving. never succeed- ing. Course selection, sciences, auditoriums were tops. Who else had 2 black eyes and a weird laugh? To college for optometry. A girl who respects you for what you are. Wants ride in Mercedes-Benz. RICARDO ALCOBIA "Ric" is going to college. Always wants to be happy. Likes playing chess, being with Wendy fthe latter preferredj. CERALDINE ALVES "Gerry" adored playing pool, buy- ing unneeded things. Unforgetta- ble spilling iodine everywhere in Biology. Food and freshmen were odious. Mr. Girard, Ms, Allen were just great. Why do some people try to act older? Dislikes school, but wants to become algebra teacherl ja 1 BARRY ABRAMS Constant talker noted for being dif- ferent. Traveling. sports, writing for CC best. Courier Office his sec- ond home. Irked by false alarms and 9th periods. Wishes to visit israel but meanwhile spends time at Aquidneck Beach. joyous when Red Sox win. "Clear your jetslu College next. QW, Q M 1 t CYNTHIA ALFONSO "Cin's" goal is to he a veterinarian. She wants to spend her life in Colo- rado. Enjoyed ,IROTC Drill and Rifle teams most. Will always remember parents for their confi- dence and understanding. KAREN ALVES Reading Room and MrDonald's her hangouts. Loved Chemistry for water fights and Mrs. Zielinski for her warm personality. Inconsider- ate or stuck-up people annoy her. Bad habits are fingernail biting and being critical. Wants to be med. technologist so hopes she does not flunk out of college. DONNA LYNN ADAMS "Burnout" wants a red Mustang convertible. Gorgeous blue eyes. Never forget her running out of gas on way to school and getting stuck in the sand with Sue and Cindy. Enjoyed times spent with Jim. "Cool, man." "Live it!" See her at the beach. MARY ALLEN Hopes to become a model. Happi- est when with Charlie and other friends. Can be found at Red fs. Loves to dance but dislikes work- ing. Worst fault is being too impa- tient. Off to jolly old England one day. 'QC ANNETTE AMARAL Cainping .ind Tri-chem. are pas- times. lfxeited by Spirit vit-ek and Chemistry outer fights. Lousy spel- ler but loied Math and Mr. Rohm. l'irt'tjtieiitei' of N.D. Niall. .Atitns for college to he dental hygienist. then marry Frankie. 'il.ife is vthat you make it. so make it greatlu AGVEDA AF ONSO "Aggi" Fond of dancing, swim- ming, ping pong, tennis. music. A marathon talker often seen at Alhambra's. Humiliated when bikini snapped! Turned off by vain people and attendance rule. She's tiny but has eyes. Right now. to SMU. but eventually to be mar- ried. BROOKE ANNE ALMEIDA Hopes to be a microbiologist. Has fun swimming and horseback rid- ing. Bliss is cheering for NBHS sports. Her trademark is being short. How about a Hawaiian holi- day? Opines that Mr. Girard was a fine teacher. Her sage advice is to live one day at a time. "OkeyY" KATHLEEN M. AMARAL "Kathy" appreciates mother's understanding and guidance. Friend Sherri is "gre-atm! Liked water skiing, running. Ms. Allenis Shorthand and seafood. Book- store's her hangout. Destined to attend college, become nursery school teacher. "Whats up?" MARIA AMARAL Is known for her big green eyes. Hopes to be a rich, successful stew- ardess. Digs listening to records but hates homework. Hawaiian hol- iday beckons. Hers are the best parents in the world. "Oh, yeah!" ISMALIA ANDRADE "Issie" Friendly, talkative girl with sense of humor. Social work is her dream. but will probably be a sec- retary. Ms. Zola's Shorthand was amusing with a lively bunch. Mem- orable time was taking Mr. Lima's dare. To BCC, then Brazil. MARIO ANDRE Not a lover of school, but a Peter Frampton fan. Wants to acquire wealth, own a Mercedes, tour Por- tugal. Music soothes him. Claims he has great self-control. Aim is to be a commercial artist. MARIA J. AMARAL "M..l." A lover of dancing, volley- ball, tennis, biking. Not fond of big shots, rules. coneeited ones, home- work. Oh, to spend a night with Burt Reynolds! Really dug Senior year, activities, NBH pool. Ms. Zola, Mr. Lima get top rating. To BCC, be successful medical secre- tary. .IOANNE M. ANDRADE "Jo" People who walk slowly in the hall and morning exercises were a drag. Good times in Chinese restaurants with D. L. The future holds a trip to Puerto Rico. Known for being moody and skipping H- period study with Sue, "Uh huh!" REMEMBER YESTERDAY AND LIVE FOR TODAY. KIM ANDRADE "Kind Kim" Always around West End or Tan House. Her happiness depends on Ricky. To college in Maine, thcn become medical secre- tary. Parting with ORRHS friends is getting to be a habit. "Go fish." SAMUEL AMARO "Sam" dreams of being a rich bachelor. Enjoys model building. basketball. and girls. Saddened by many NBH rules and getting caught skipping class. Gym and cafeteria were places to relax. Con- tented with Margie. Hello, Hawaii! MICHAEL ANDRADE "Mickey" Can't stand little fresh- men. Sports fan who's fond of bowling and gym. Real dream is to be sportscaster for the Boston Bruins. Top teacher: Mr. Sykes. Brooklawn Park's his second home. CAROL ANTHONY Senior Lounge, Accounting and Mr. Silva were best. Will remem- ber that parents didn't push. Swim- ming, reading, and little kids were satisfying. Travels in Italy are her fantasy. . l JEFF ANDERSON "Jeff" Yellow cards and detention were the pits, but NBH friends dynamite. Admits he was lazy but English bored him. See him at Annie's Lunch. Will retire a mil- lionaire at 25. 1 I A it PATRICIA ANDRADE "Pat" is going to college to be Ll pediatrician. Enjoys bike riding and tram-ling. Would like to see Egxpt and Hawaii. llilles saying goodbye. Likes helping pcoplc solie their problems. ls noted for aluziys smiling. Had lun in Cheni- islrx. lhc best you can do is your bcslfi "So ishatlu , fy. .. .X if MICHAEL PETER ANTUNES "Tunes" Goal is to be NBH alum- nus. Expert at football, frisbee, girl watching. Sees Tampa Bay Bucca- neers winning Superbowl. Ms. Leal's class was super friendly, but not the term paper. Gym and vaca- tions appcaled. Headed for the US Marines. "Tell me about it." ff 1' X in i. DEBBIE ANDRADE Noted for being a quiet person but thinks she's too shy. Will remem- ber her parents' love and under- standing. Approved resource cen- ters replaeing studies. Mr. Kobza's Clinical Chemistry class a blast. History Club fun. "Oh, brother!" ARMANDA ANDRE Armanda hopes to be a secretary. Sewing, tennis and knitting were free time fillers. No-coat rule at NBH was a drag. Enjoyed Short- hand, Mr. Pcccini, hamburger and Ruben. To business school next. 1 t - Ii V, 4 I DARLENE M. ARAUJO "Mermaid" Her big. beautiful smile was famous. Mrs. Purcell made Teen Culture fascination. Once was asked to join Boy Scouts! Enjoyed good times with Karyl, Mary, and Ann, Gene. Cousin Don- na's house was Mecca. Torn between modeling and social work on child abuse. 59 NEIDE A. ARAUJO ls happiest strumming her guitar in Eloi's company or with her pets. Crateful for parents' love and understanding. Rules and snobs bore her. Dcplores her own gulli- bilily. Mrs. Purcellhs History thor- oughly' enjoyable. Aim is to be sue- eessful. ROSEMARIE ARRUDA "Cookie" is an Aries who is best known for her smile and sense of humor, She loves working with ehildrcn and plans to be a nursery' school teacher. Basketball, volley'- hall. Science, Mrs. Walker were the best of NBH. Partial to pizza. "Get out of hereln LIGIA BAPTISTA "Lee" is an Aquarian and wants to be a successful paramedic. Enjoys swimming and dancing. Pet peeve: early rising. Would like to visit Hawaii and London. ls known for her laugh. Nurses' Aide fine. "Oh gee." "Life is too shon to waste." 60 PAUL R. ARCUIN "Argie" indttlges in field hoekey, swimming. running. Famed for wearing skirt in '77 sport. Tops at NBH were Mr. Walsh. Mrs. Oui- met. elulis and "Upper Eehelonii. Future will find him a wealthy' doe- tor with mountain ehalet hy' a stream. voluptuous female inside. "Whats op?" X CLAIRE ARRUDA Wants to be rieh and happy, Would like to visit Bermuda. ls happiest with Richard. Can be seen at the Lot. Satisfied with Mr, Mot- ta's class and Child Care. To work. 'wks DIANE ARVANITES "Red" would like to travel to Europe and Calif. Enjoys Pottery and partying. Some day' wants to own a farm. ls ecstatic when it's snowing. Notorious for being crazy. Loathed gym. English. stud- ies. She really forgot her money' when cashing out! "What goes up must eome down." JOHN BARBOZA Pastimes are fishing, drawing. movies, music. Quiet guy who liked building things in Wood- working, Art. gym and Biology. Would be utterly satisfied if he could be a veterinarian. 14" LAURIE J EANN E AUDETTE Reading, watching ballet are pleas- ures. Loves NYC. Newport. the Cape and being New Englander. Relished SAC and writing for CC. Big Kennedy-Onassis fan. Would drool over trip up the Nile to see Great Py ramids. Says she is posses- sive and big-mouthed. "l have to wash my hands." . we JACQUELINE BARITEAU "Sports" relished running and swimming. Thinks everyone should have school spirit. NBH sports and people were superfine: so were Math and Mr. Oliver. Always around bookstore or audi- torium, preferably' with Cary. Col- lege is the next step. DAVID ARRUDA "Dave-M hopes some day' to become a suei-t-ssful pro photographer. Enjoyed Mr. Kelly's. Mr. Edmund- son's, Mr, Roseows classes. Would like to drive to New York in a Charger, Thankful for his parentsi help. Off to photography' school? "All right." MICHAEL AVILA "Ave" Seeret goal is to be pro con- eert performer. Enthused by' "77" Coneert Chorale with cute sopranos. Mark. Marilyn. Luth his favorite people. Musie Dept. his place. Bugged by kids who ent lunch lines and Biology. Theorizes that inet-ntive more valuable than talent. A mnmhler. CELINA BARRICA "Sally"' is seen at Frem's or with RJ. playing mini-golf or at latest movie. A Virgo and Saturdayfs child. Aims for several careers including nursing, marriage, chil- dren, Loved math, Mr. Pepin's English 12, being Usherette secre- tary and all good friends like A.C., G.V. "Rt-ally'l" Future business OXVIICF. PAUL ARRUDA SUSAN BALDOMAR "Susie" will be going to ll. Mass., Amherst. Hopes to travel to Can- ada. Is known for being late. An outdoor girl who loves eveling and talking with friends over lnneh. ...ww I . , Tj, exif y "' T' 1 f-.71 ' V . Z is ANTONIO F. BARROS0 "Tony" favors watching and play- ing sports. especially baseball. Associate him with siek jokes and Brooklawn Park. Had a ball rack- ing on Mr, Lima. To college and wealth. "Wiekedly dt-vent." DOl'C BARROWS 'iBarroysssss" mints to be Ll mil- lionaire, Likes disvo. water and snoyy skiing. linjoys playing liot-kt-y and yyill alyyays reini-inlwr Coavh Rolli. Can be seen around Common Park or .-Xlhamhra's. Day- drexini is to own it Coryette. "lf you got it. spend it... lDIANE L. BEAULIEU "Z" is off to nursing sehool. Likes badminton, swimming. drawing. bowling. and the Rt-il Sox. ls noted for bt-ing a dedit-ated Butch Hob- son fan. Peeve: gum snapping. Can he si-1-n in I-316 or at the Wall. Enjoyed the football games. "Ciu- me .i break." DANIEL BENFEITO 'Danny' relaxes by playing fris- vee, riding his bike. Pat Chapde- aine's his kind of eompany. Pho- ography and Mr. Millette were a lynamite combo. In the future. Dregon and Colorado. Coal is rol- age. thi-n professional photogra- ihy. "You play, you pay!" CHRISTOPHER J. BARTON Chris yyonld loye to trayel around tht- yyorld. llappy yyhvn tht- Rt-tl Sox beat the Yaiiki-es. Would seeretly like a solar-lieated moun- tain homex Enjoys hiking and hik- ing. Nlr. Guy. Biology, gym. Drama Club produvtions fini: Futura- for- ester. JAMES BEAUREGARD Is known for his red hair. Likes playing guitar and tennis. Would like to see Aspen. Colo. Happiest on vw-1-kends. was most embar- rassed by knovking over a little old lady. Will recall parents' under- standing. Hated NBH long lunt-h lines. SUSAN BENOIT "Sue" hopes to be a respiratory technician. History Cluh and resourre centers were good. Lauds parents for love and kindness. Homework and term papers were the pits. Critical of her own shy- ness. Enthusiastit- about Clin. Chem. with Mr. Kohza. "Oh, noln CRAIG BATEMAN Plans to ln-roiite qi fore-st ranger. Known for being small, was most 1-inliarrassed at Wonder Boyyl Lounge. Had fun in Otw'upalional Foods. Will ht' entering tht' swry- it-in I RONALD BEGIN "Bei-ge" Mr. Bist-ari was NBH stand-up Comedian in Frenvh. Seeretly hopes Indians will ri-yoll and rerlaim Amerira. Beege Van be found at Costas or between Cold and Green. Wvould love to hayt- -1-7 girl friends, Hales true-blue jorks and stuck-up girls. A vhronit' girl- watrher. DENIE BERNIER Devotee of hiking, elimhing, ski- ing. playing guitar. Is happiest when daneing. The beaeh is a mag- net. Complains there are not enough hours in the day. "Tee- hee"' TERI BATES "B:'ayer" Satisfied driying her rar yyith good friends. fan t stand stu- pidity. Ivorst fault is intl+'i'i-iyz-- ness. .-X Nlt'Dtmald's fan, llumili- att-nl when slit- fainted haying her vars pivrve-rl. Nlr. Bourgeois and lnte-riot' Design ywro- fayorwd, Next stop m'ollt'g+'. RAYMOND .I. BELANGER "Ray" plans to he an aveountunt. Lifr"s lietter out of svhool and play'- ing sports. Mrs. Pureell rates 1751. "You only liye onve so live it as lit-si you van." Vis EILEEN BERRY "Beanie" Chrome proerastinator who loves horsebavk riding but is irked by' jocks, sehool regulations. Field trips and English were pleas- ing. Dreams of traveling around the world with Randy. College hound. :X . I A. O 't ANDREA BAYNE "Sniilt-yn expands he-r mind liy skvtvliiiig. playing piano. yyriting short stories, Yllll pool and horse- harly riding appt-.il to he-r. lit-ailing Room is he-r rwtrm-at. Mr. llm-fini and English yyt-rw lun. Will lu- 11 studs-nt at lf.istt-rn N11ltll'4'Itt' tiol- lege' in Quint y. preparing to ba- a tlortor. "Oh, rt-ally." LUCY BENEVIDES "Luce" Summer of '78 unforgetta- ble. Dynamite time with Paul, Lynda and the gang. Endoyyments made her famous. Mrs. Laflamme kept her laughing, but Mr. Nolin and pain go toge-tltt-r. Dying to he 24. Plans to yyork in husint-ss fit-ld or tearh it. May liwonie Burger Queen. "Oh, lnahyf' AJ ROBERT EFRAM BESEN Not Bensen. "What's in,a name? That whieh we eall a rose . . Shakespeare 61 LISA BESSETTE Coal is to graduate. Quiet girl but sometimes says things at the wrong time. NBH too big but Psyehology. Chemistry. Mr. Biseari. and Mr. liobza not bad. Loyed hanging around on the eorner. Going west to California and will probably teaeh the deaf. .1 SANDRA BLANCHARD 'ijandii' loyes arts. erafts but dot-sn't always finish projeets. Proud of her patienee with small ehildren. her sense of humor, Happy in Seienee. espeeially' labs. Find her on Broek Aye. or Lueas St. will probably be a respiratory teehnieian after eollege. MONIQUE BOISVERT Hopes to be rich and visit Rio De Janeiro. Content when out late. ls slow to cateh jokes. Hates being grounded, stuek up people and boring studies. Can be found by the wall near the auditorium. Fan of Mr. Yaz, 62 ' ,QS-x?f ii A H i LYNNE BESSETTE "Lynnie" will go to fashion school to be a model. Ever in Tan and Blue or wherever the aetinn is. Dreads staying home on Friday nights. Known for being skinny. Had fun messing around in Eng- lish lfVlr. Kelly. teaeherl. Will probably turn out poor. "Look out!" fx., wtf MICHELLE BOCIEK "Bow" wants to trayel. espeeially' to mountains where there's snow in summer. Snow and water skiing. motoreyele riding thrill her. lrri- tated by NBHS guys. Has a hang up about eating and her shortness. Fond of Foods Class. Nlr. Dell lsola. History and tennis at NBH. uwiowlu JEANNETTE BOIVIN "Genetics" Future fate is to be dental assistant but seeret desire is to dance in big show at Vegas. Biol- ogy a blast with Stuart and John. Mr. Letendre's Math enjoyable also. Smiles a lot but elaims she has a temper and is a spendthrift. Going to eollege in Boston. MARIA F. BETTENCOURT "Mina" plans to be a nurse. Liked Chemistry. soeeer. some teaehers. but didnit like rules at NBH. Mina likes reading and music. A yisit to Lisbon would he super. College is next. DARLENE BODEAL' Spirit Week turned her on. Thought NBH erowded halls were terrible. Hates to see people hurt but loved pit-king on brother. Ray, Lounged around Friendship House in So, Dart. Ambition is to be a bookkeeper but uneertain of desti- nation after NBH graduation. STACEY BOLGER "Houe" Hidden urge to be a singer. but will definitely work in a day-eare or pre-school eenter. Adores musie and movies, despises tests. Outstanding eyes. Sehool plays and math appealed. Don't use her things without askingl Z. - ' - vwzclitf' -li ai-an s H t, ss 3.5 . , 1 gg J M v . A R E , 1, 1 P . ' -., . . ai E ' sim. - LUIS BIO "Lodi is going into the Air Foree to be a pilot. Wants to travel to Portugal. ls happiest when work- ing. Will never forget his parents' kindness. DIANA BOGA IU"- CLOTILDE BORGES "Clo" would like to see the world but would hate leaving family and friends. Dancing a hobby. Hates her uncontrollable blushing. Short- hand and Portuguese were relaxing elasses. Goal is to be secretary so business eollege is on the agenda. "What a hunklu 2 i E i E I l I LISA M. BLAKE Happiest with Robert. Grateful for loving and understanding parents. Despises two-faeed people. Depressed by solitude. Strong urge to drive Robertis -l-1-2, Would like to live in Aspen. Colorado. Plans to go to Diman Yoke. "Thats pretty wildli' "Treat everyone arl youid like to be lT'f'L.lll'fl.N ,-.5 WILLIAM BOIS "Bill" heads for eollt-ge to bf printer. Likes football. basketball, bowling. baseball and inusie. But! tonwood is his plaee. Graphit' Arts dynamite. Peeyed by formal studl ies. Hopes to yisit the Bahamas. N l l l l l i l GEORGE BORGES ii 1 K 1 1 I ln! .1 I-5, .Il'NE BOTELHO Looks forward to marrying Carl aftvr graduation. the'n att:-nding KIIIXJIII-fidU1fJllt'll. Making ne-w frie-nils and talking are- he-r holm- hie-s. Xshame-d of he-r had te-mpvr. Had .1 simply supe-r time- in Mr. Pt'IYII'l.NEI1,1lISh. Be-rmuda hound. ANNE BRENNAN "Annie-T got irke-d if te-arhe-rs didn't show o11 te-st day whe-n you studi:-d all night, Martha's Vine-- yard diyine-, Svye-n ye-ars of law svhool 111 the- future-. along with polilii-s. ti-nnis. swimming. Trip to Russia would be- e-xe-iting. "Take- one- day at a time-.U Svhool Com- IIIilIt'Q'SlIIll1'IlI Re-pg Q. VIARIA BRUM 'Brum-Brumu hope-s to tray:-l to uondon. Considf-rs horse-lf shy. rIad fun during Spirit We-e-k. Is .nown for walking fast. Hangs trounel D-hloe-k, Thought Mr. -ima Nils a funny te-ae-he-r. ls off to york, "l.1ye- and le-t liye-,N MARIA BOTELHO HJOH van lu- se-e-n with .lohn I., in DsBloe'k or at BlIIIOIlMtDtHl.Sk'WAII1g is he-r hohln and future- profe-ssion, Te-sts made- he-r unhappy. but bad- minto11 and English 1-he-e-re-d he-r up. Like-s to haye- he-r own way, Prohahly going to e'olle-gr so she- ran te-at-h se-wing, 1t l . e I 1 A . H pq ,V . 1- lf - KEVIN A. BRITO "Wiz" digs haske-thall. running. Had fun wate-hing othe-r fre-shmefn ge-t initiate-d, Is known for his smile-. Wants to wish re'sIt1fl'1iSt'll- que- 1Mr. Oravious. Boome-r. and lhe- ratl good lue-k in the- future' and stay 1-oolf Aims to liye- a long life-. Hwhatis up?" ei ' CHRISTOPHER BRKNELLE in as -1 I -Z7 RICHARD BOKCHER A'R1.1".,r "Bone-h" like-tl girl- MdI1'l1tFlgLiHfTlIlI14'h shifts at NBH. Known io sle-e-p in elass, He-ade-d for the- Nayy and hope-s to tour Europe-. Rie-k will re-me-mln-r Suez Franve-s. Javkie-. Chaty. and Tilly. "Ne-ye-r say die-.N SUZANNE BBODO Suzanne-'s favorite- pastime- is twir- ling with the- majors-tte-s. Mr. Pc-pin and Miss Tripp satisfai-tory. Will re-me-mhe-r the- time-s with jf-ff. Could he- found ne-ar the- hooksturf-. gossiping. Paris would he- a lift. Busine-ss se-hool and marriage- ne-xt. "Life-is tough all oye-r." .gg I B Y DOLLY D. BURNS "Dolly" praise-s NBH Drama Cluh. yolle-yhall. e-ompe-tition. Happie-st singing. so oftf-n in Music- De-pl. or Gold House- Offii-e-. A positiye- thinke-1' who aims to ln- a pioni-r-r of je-hoyah's Witne-sse-s. Oh. to he- Dorothy in "The Wiff De-plore-s he-r we-ight and gosisiping. Colle-ge-. the-n Be-the-l Home- of .I.H, "Hay. hay. hay!" SIZANNE BOIRGEOIS "Boo" Co-Captain of the- Swim Te-ani who adore-el Mrs. Burkle-y and Ms, Alle-n tfor und:-rstandingl. :X hahilue- of Me-llois and book- store-. would like- to yisit the- moon on a spare- shuttle-. Good pe-rsonal- ity hut oye-rly se-nsitiye-. Time- is we-Il spe-nt with Norhe-rt. Marriage- and hitting the- lotte-ry are- in he-r stars. ROY BROWN Hot-te-mpe-re-d guy who liye-S for e-ngine-s. Always around Auto Shop with Mr. Dlouhy.fi1eing r-ars or rid- ing niotore-ye-le-s. M:-ans to sesf- Day- tona Be-arh. atte-nd me-e'hanie'si se-hool. he- a me-1-hanie. Down with NBH fre-shme-nf VICKI RENEE BURNS "Nana" known for he-r pe-rsonality. NBH te-ae-he-rs funny. hut lunche-s we-rr lousy. She- e-njoys musir. re-ading. sunny days. Me-ans to he' a le-gal se-e-re-tary. Visiting Ne-w Hampshire- would lu- OK. She-'ll ne-ye-r forge-1 the- good time-S with She-ilu. Fox. and Mary Lou. "And what notli' GARY BRA NDLE Gary wants to ln-e onn- a rovk star. Enjoys going to the- imiiggli-ris De-n and playing the- guitar. Wiould like- to yisit England, Ilan he- found on Brovk .Me-. Note-el for long hair. Like-d Mrs, flill11n1's sophomore- English. 4-Ai STEVEN BROWN ANTOINETTE CABRAL "Toni'i known for he-r smile- and e-lothe-s. Hope-s to att:-nd Be-ntle-y Colle-gv for e-ompute-r math, Chevr- ing. dane-ing. swimming. yolle-yhall he-r pastime-s. Most fun in Mr. Me-t- hia's Eng.. l1e-e-ause- he- hlushe-s a lot. Motto is to ke-e-p on ke-e-ping on. "HL hone-y." A non-stop talke-r. NOK... l L I I DAVID CABRAL Favoriti- pastimv is taking his var apart. S1-vrt-t hopv is to put it liark log:-th:-r. lfnjoyvd lun:-h and shops hut d4-plorvd Mondays, tht- first warning lwll, te-rm papvrs. and homvwork. Woodworking was intvre-sting. Wants to ln- rivh. ADRIEL CALVAO "Adi1"' hopn-s to lie- an art-ountant. Would likt' to sw thi- world. mi-vt many pi-opli-,1-spwially ,Iulius lry- ing. Aims to ht-lp othvrs. Pvoytfil liy Sunday driyvrs. Lows playing sports with vhildrz-n. "You tur- ki-ylu Approx-iatn-s many opportu- nitii-s to 4-njoy thi- ye-ars at NBII. TERESA CARDOZA "'l'i'rry" Futurt- am-sthtftist. Lvi- sure- is spvnt playing piano. sailing. swimming and painting. Hvr swrc-t di-siro is to ln- in a Now port man- sion in l800's. Contvnt wlivn avliivyiiig. Ne-ye-r forge-t staliliing lali partni-r. ifanil vnduri- pm-ns that won'l w rite-. "Bo yoursvlfg striw to ln- liappyf' MICHAEL .I. CABRAL Wants to bv coavh or Phys. lid. toavhvr. Best timf-s wort- spent with Ivanov. at SITll1ggltfI',S or at Book- storv. Aims to visit Hawaii and lo svvri-tly rulc- thi- world. Pot pe-vw: Clit-4-rlt-aili-rs not haying partics. Notvd for 1976 midnight ride-. "'I'aki- vavh day as it 1-omosf' "Ya, right." CATHERINE CAMAIONI 'ifliilliyu NBH reysourvry vi-nt:-rs we-rt' fun. hut alplialwtizing was they pits. Enjoyed musiw. danving. His- tory Cluh. Shrfs ht-ad:-d for volla-gt' and .i n'ai'e't'r in 1-ht-mistry or modi- vinv. Known for ln-ing rlumsy. Sn-ning Hawaii would lit- fun. "That's thi- pitsfi Says you only liyc' onvv so liyt' it tht- way you want to. .rv . y ROSEMARIE CARLISLE Aspirt-s to lie- de-ntal hygivnist. Walking into a pole- on County St. whvn with Linda war- mortifying. Dvsirc-s to sw' the- world. 4-spc-rifilly Mtwiro. Hatvd NBH notiu-s and food. Riotous fun with Allison in Rvd Cross. Comes to lift- playing tunnis or yollf-yliall. listf-ning to inusiv. MICHAEL RAY CABRAL "Miko" Noti-d for his athlvtin' aliil- ity. A fan of fishing. lraslwtliall. Dt'prt'ss4'd whvn thi' Rt-d Sox lo'-in Iinjoys lirothe-rs' vompany. Ofte-n soon at Buttonwood Park. Hopvs to visit Hawaii. Ifound NBH tvarlii-rs. programs, sports ti-rrifir. MARIA INES CAMARA On to collogz- for nursing aftvr NBH. Buggvd liy two-fam-s. Looks forward to travm-ling around the world. Found rvsourm- cc-ntvrs tops hut thi- rulvs disappointing at NBH. Cold raft- was sc-vond homt: "They iii-rw!" SML' or BCC. , 9 ,A .N Q ,I af. ' 14, yi, . RICHARD CAESAR ll! TRACY CAMARA Always at Pope' Park and the- Deanis Offivea Int:-rc-sts are ron' Ports, crafts. horscliavk riding. Lots of laughs in Mr. Silya's 4-lass. Virs tue' is listcning to pi-oplv who nm-d som:-one' to talk to, Flyaway hair is hor tradrimarly. S1-t-rot wish is to liyi- in log rahin in the- woods. mar- rivd to jimmy. f f ii A rg, , ff fs, Q , .f hifi... XX -, , ',f I LYNN CARON "Lynny" NBH majorvttt- four ye-ars. Will rhi-risli fri:-ndship with Ms. Alli-n. fun with Mr. E. and Foxy ta-oarli and liamlliiarlt-rj. Crm'- att-d Boston fir-ltivs Itltlsvttttt in lwdroom. Would adorm- owning Filviios Ladic-s' Dvpt. Mr. Dow made- History lilwalilv. Plans to attend Bryant. lu- 4-xi-vtitiw sr-fro tary. 1 MARIA CARRANCHO "Fatima'i hvadt-d for liusint-ss svhool. svrrc-tarial var:-vr. marriago to hor dri-am man. scfwral kids, housi- with a gard:-n. Always at ln-arli or in Blum' Car with Rosa Yah-nt:-. Notorious unrontrollalalt- laugh. Happy danring. swimming. playing softliall or listi-ning to IIIUSIV. KAREN CALNAN Kt. would lilo- to got into they arts. Enjoys guitar, skiing and Pot- te-ry, ls known for flip a lip. Sz-i ri-tly hope-s that shi- and Ravh lwroim- pi-rformn-rs. Had fun rid- ing in a liug with 5 girls. Loyod jamming in Guitar '77-'78, Pc-oplv with authority ti-nd to aliusi' it. mfliiiilx snowlu RUY CARDOSO Aims to ln' most 1'duc'atc'd pvrson 1-vc-r. Nou-d for sense of humor at wrong time-. Ernliarrassvd dropping savk of prnnivs on wet sidvwalk in front of banlxl-Hc'ldc'r was funnic-st thing that happvnvd. Crfrtain Eng. tvarlivrs irkvd him. "A man who rannot laugh rannot liw-." Yvar- book Contriliuting Ed. DEBRA CARREAU "De-liliii-U Hohhit-s art- howling and dam-ing. Frvshnian yffar was the' lu-sl. Crimson Courirr fayoritc- avtiyity. 'l'op pe-mm-3 pn-oplo who start-. Cratvful for hor paronts' good adxii-in A Linroln Parl-t loun- grr. Says not to talu- things svri- ously. Thanks. Mom and Dadl vu . y .,.'- i.. .. LEO CARREAU Loves fishing. biking, racing, watehing girls at diseo. Hated homework and teaehers who don't listen. Ser-ret ambition is to learn to play bass guitar and be with top- 40 group. Projeet Ahead was the greatest. Into the Air Force. CARVALHO "Space-man" hated getting up at six for sehool. Leisure spent draw- ing. Hopes to be a Rockefeller. Inner urge is to travel around the world. Deepest admiration for Mr. Silva. Happiest with Dianne. Off to eollege. "Rt-ally." .11 LYNNE CHARON Enjoys Chemistry with Mr. Kobza Jeeause he's wild and erazy. Dis- iked when the eourtyards were waved. Famed for stupid remarks. leaded for Bristol Community vhere she'll study to be dental lygienist. Too short, darn it! 'Waitl I don't understand!" FERNANDO CARREIRO "Fred" hides his time on seeond floor Gold House. Determined to sueeeed as meehanical draftsman. Mr. Sykes was a riot in 10th grade Eng. Agitated by the reaetion of people when bumped into in the halls. Franklin Institute his next goal. Sports player. I . I . x THERESA CARVALHO "T.C." A Bee Gees fan. Plans to go on to SMU and hopes to go into modeling. In free time, plays had- minton and ping-pong. Enjoys Chris' eompany and moments spent at Lineoln Park. Would one day love to see Eiffel Tower. "Oh, man." f. MELANIE CHARTIER "Mel" thought Unified Arts course was great beeause everyone was wild and erazy. Contented when all "Steves" are together. Devoted to daneing, art, horsebaek and bike riding. Usually at the lawn near iee rink before sehool. To college for art after NBH. "I tell youlu SANDRA ANN CARREI RO "Sandy"' Future nurse who is good at drawing, horseback riding, bowl- ing. Habitue of B-eore and hot dog stand. Good kids. good jokes. good teacher lGoodfellowl in Chem. Ir. Yr. Loves to laugh. wash her hair, watch "Baretta", park at West Beach. Wants to make everyone happy. To college. My JOANNE CASIMIRO Joanne is headed for eollege to be a registered nurse, but also enjoys the life of a beach bum. Term papers were yueky. but Miss Hin- dle was nice. Though she would like to visit China, Joanne ean be found at Lot 13. Liars turn her off. . fi ff.- ESTER CHAVES This understanding girl refuses to reveal her secret wish. Satisfied lis- tening to music' and when with Vie- tor. Would like to gain self-eonfi- denee. "You've got only one life to live so live it," is her philosophy. Destination: eollege. LAUREN E CARROLL "Law" Disliked everything at NBH - except 1:58 bell. Can be found at Buttonwood. but would like to visit California. Enjoyed parties and would love to see Led Zeppe- lin. Stenography' I and Mrs. Duarte were okay. "Ya know?" 4 z MARIA F ATIMA CASTRO "Tammy" would rather live a min- ute out of life than live life in a minute. Happy when with DJ. and when shopping. Known for bring- ing a smile to those who are down. Eyes are said to be one of her many' qualities. wished she didn't keep everything to herself. Off to eollege to beeome an R.N. 'vu 41- CAROL CHICOINE Deplores snobby people. Life is fine with elose friends and Carlos. Good nature is her WI quality. Greatest admiration for Mrs. Caton, Miss Allen. Grateful for parents' love and trust. Disliked crowded NBI-I stairs and hall. To Kinyon Campbell for at-eounting or legal seeretary. "What'f'i PRISCILLA M. CARTER "Pete" thinks life is beautiful. tries to savor it. Hopes to go on to air- line sehool and work for United Airlines. Would like to see Manila with her mom. Touts the Unified Arts Program beeause of under- standing relation between teaehers and students. Mrs. Laflamme was favorite tearher. "Really" DELORES CENTEIO "Dee-Dee" will pursue her goal of being a photographer. Could be found around Gold House. Seeret wish is to marry Barry' White. Dying to visit Hawaii and Cape Verde. "You liy e your rules and l live mine-.U "Ignore me. I don't rare." Berklee of Boston? MARIA MANUELA CHIPELO "Chief" to be marine biologist who will visit the ocean floor. Shy but has sense of humor. Cherished par- ents' eooperation. Loves reading and musie. Probably going to oeeanographie university. "Life is a preeious thing worth lix ing." 65 APRIL CHOQUETTE ROBERT A. CLIFF, JR. "Cliff" A junk food junkie. Hopes to go on to Naval or State Police Academy. Found the Drama Club exceptional. Happy with Barbara and when skiing. Cliff immortal for fouled up p.a. announcements. Mr. Roscow's Chemistry and having hair dyed for "Mame" were both hysterical. "Livel" PATRICK COMEAU "Pat" hopes to attend the Univer- sity of Colorado, then B.U. Med. School to become a doctor, live in California. Reading, playing hockey and baseball are relaxing. Taxcs a favorite course because of friends, along with gym and track. Much money in his future. 66 STANLEY CHRISTIAN, .I R. "Chris" was known for Chinese eyes, and would love a trip to France. The girls were okay, but the food was bad at NBH. Enjoys sports and music. Headed for col- lege, then probably marriage. "Whatever turns you on!" 5 . Dfsviiii co1To Listening to music is his thing. Fantasy is to make it big playing his guitar. Hated being quiet in studies. Lots of laughs in Chemis- try due to Mr. Roscow. Fave hang- out: Newport Creamery. To SMUL anticipates becoming a lab techni- cian. "Ah, please." STEPHEN CONNULTY Stephen hopes some day to do something which will be remem- bered forevcr. Enjoyed working as Sports Editor of the Crimson Cour- ier. Friendly teachers were fine, but term papers were a drag. Sad- dcst when the Red Sox blow a 14-- game lead to the Yankees. Cheers for Journalism and Mr. Kobza tSci- encej. GEORGE CINTRA "Barry" likes music and sports. Rates OK Chemistry with Mr. Goodfellow, lunch, gym, people and dismissal at NBH. Hazelwood Park's his territory. Known for slight resemblance to Barry Mani- low and sense of humor. Secret urge to skindive. SMU will make him an engineer, hopefully. "Really, now!" CARL J. COLANGELO "Otter" hopes to be a chemical physicist. Would really like to travel at the speed of sound and discover an advanced civilization. Likes girls and chess, but dislikes conceited people. "Live for today and enjoy. because tomorrow you might get caught." ROBERT H. CONWAY "Bob" plans to attend Northeast- ern Broadcasting School to become a d.j. Thinks he says wrong thing at wrong time. Can he found roam- ing through the Mall and Wtxnder Bowl. Tries to make the best of each day. Occupational Foods dynamite because you got to cat! BETTE S. CLARK Known by many for personality and eyes. Being out with guys, hanging with MD make her happi- est. Paul's a lot of fun too. Aspires to be airline "stew" so she can go to Hawaii. Adored Spirit Week, sports, History Club, AFS, Psych, with Mrs. Hassey, Ms. Leal, Mrs. Laflamme at NBH. "Sounds good." THOMAS A. COLLINS Pastimes are playing or listening to music, string art, sports. Apprecia- tive of Musicianship I for Mr. Lan- gelotti's intelligence and wit. Fond of Band, Drama Club productions, Music Dept., some NBH teachers. Dilemma: pro musician or Minis- ter? Going to Barrington College to find out. Determined guy. ARTHUR CORDEIRA PAULINE CLEMMEY To become court stenographer. See her at Bookstore or Brooklawn Park. Sad when can't go out. Liked Machine Shorthand and Mrs. Lagasse. Hated numerous NBH rules. To Johnson and Wales. Japan seems exotically intriguing. MARISOL COLON "Mary" could be found in cafeteria or at Lincoln Pk. when out of school. Likes to spend leisure time playing tennis. Enjoys being with friends, especially Theresa. Hopes to see London, but off to SMU for nursing now. "You know!" BRYAN CORREIA Finds pleasure in bowling or mod- els. Dreams of playing professional hockey. Dr. Wilusz' Chemistry Class was out of this world. Prefer to be less of a softie. Despises any- one who harms animals. Always mixing up words when talking to someone. To college to he pharma- cist. 'I ' CATHERINE LYNN CORREIA "Cathy" likes horseback riding and ceramics. Dave is the person she most enjoys being with. Embarrassed when she had to explain that her dog chewed up ber Psych. book. Off to college. TAMMY CORREIA "Piglet" Dancing at Ground Round is decent, especially with Mike. Disliked NBH and snobs. Will enter US Air Force to be a mechanic, maybe do a tour in Hawaii. DEBRA ANN COSTA "Debbie" is most noted for talking, talking, talking. Wishes happiness in life for both F.A. and herself. Thanks all Unified Arts teachers of '76-'78 for ber best two years at NBH. Future plans are not certain but work is a possibility. Enjoyed vsorking at Blue House Office. DAVID CORREIA David would like to become an architect. Secret wish: to become a god. Happiest when in Ann's com- pany. Trip to Switzerland is a pos- sibility. "Be kind to animals, both the four and two-legged kind." Ski- ing and drafting his bag. ze if TIMOTHY CORREIA "Turtle" Noted for not getting in trouble. Dancing at Alhambra's bliss. Irritated by fire drills, tests. Charged by helpful teachers, hockey, history, English, Mr. Gill. Future as a chef. Hobby is GIRLS! Amiable disposition. EDUARDA COSTA "Edie" anticipates going to Kinyon-Campbell to become secre- tary. Despises snobs. Leisure spent reading, cooking, or sewing. Remembered for being shy. Enjoys being with Carol. Hopes to see Greece. Favorite teacher is Mr. Pepin. Glad for subjects and clubs to choose from at NBHS. JOA0 A. CORREIA Is off to college. Enjoys playing soccer. Hopes to go on to Cape Verde and Brazil. Will remember getting lost in his new house. Can be seen in Green House. Will never forget his parents' love and care. ZORAIDA CORREIA "Zor" Contented with Lucy, Maria and sister. Likes to spend time watching movies. Her insecurity is a definite hangup. Zor is off to school after NBH to become a pre- school teacher. "You give little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give." fy HELDER J. COSTA Hopes to grow up. Band and Mr. John Rapoza were special. Would like to visit heaven, if possible. Fantasy to be a sex symbol. Known for good looks, personality and modesty. On staff of Crimson Courier and our Faculty Editor. "Don't be afraid to reach for the stars: strive to exceed your poten- tial." 1 I 't il L , -A 5 Rx ix MARK CORREIA ROBIN CORREIA "Pudge" Sports and girls rank no. 1. Detests people that are woop- ped. Daydream is hitting lottery. marrying beautiful girl living in Hawaii. Good times with Mike Sheerin. Known as capt. of hockey, football, baseball teams. Find him at Smugglers or book- store. Doctor or pharmacist after college? DONNA COSME 5,341 Q - 4 LORI COSTA 4. ff , 4 Lori is headed to a school of design and secretly wants to become a famous interior decorator. Enjoys time spent with Victor and thanks Lynn for being a special friend. Hopes to someday visit Rome. Enjoyed Mrs. Romano's class because it was easy to get her talk- ing. "You know what I mean?" Ambition is to become a nurse. Mr. Longo and Math favorites. Happiest when with friends but downcast when doesn't have money. Can be found between Gold and Green Houses or on Tall- man St. Always remember parents' affectionate attitude. ANDREA COSTA Ambition is to become a lab tech- nician or an airline stewardess. Likes disco dancing and spending time with Russell. Would like to see Hawaii. Can usually be found at Alhambra's. Favored Drama Club and Mr. Girard. Her big eyes are outstanding. Northeastern or the Friendly Skies. LYNN MARIE COSTA "Freddie" finds serenity in making music. Is busy with sports, music and singing, has little time for her- self. Abhors people with no com- mon sense at all and messed-up schedules. Dreams of fame. Mr. Roscow's Chemistry Class was delightful. Definitely. REVIN COTE This Led Zeppelin fan would like to take friends to one of their con- certs. Likes to be around people easy to talk to. Happy on Friday: payday. Enjoyed Teen Culture but disliked pool. Hopes to get a good paying job. .IOAO CRAVO Joao is happy when at a disco. Con- eeited girls are one of his dislikes. Joao would like to see Switzerland, but is headed for the Coast Guard after NBHS. Had a taste for NBH chicks, so he smiled a lot. "O meul" CAROL CRUZ 68 Como couccl "Ghetto" hopes to become pro football player. Would like to be rich and famous, see California. Can be found at Buttonwood Park or at bookstore. Will remember parents for always being there. Had many laughs in Mr. Lima's class. "Live one day at a time, but live each day to the fullestf' CHARLES CROOK "Charlie" Career in business man- agement or as a CPA. Loathes homework but does his best with it. Holds record for good work and ability to get along with teachers. Notorious for cockiness and sar- casm. Mixed-up morning exercises were ridiculously funny. SMU fol- lows. AURELIA CRUZEIRO MADALAINE A. COURNOYER "Blondie" Lots of laughs in Mr. Fraga's 11th grade Eng.: he's ter- rific teacher. She boasts a sense of humor, love of Italian food, big mouth. Enjoyed studies at NBHS but disliked work. Hopes to get married and have a family. Thank- ful for parents' love. Probably to college. MICHAEL COURNOYER MARGRET CROWELL New England School of Photogra- phy is her destination to pursue a photography career. Can be found at Pine Hill Park. Margret is sad- dened when told to wash dishes. Known for having red hair. Mr. Millette and Big Macs turned her on. V' ....,. ,F I y 1 JAMES CRUMLEY "Jay" hopefully will own his own business and become exceedingly wealthy. Can be found at Brooks. Fishing is a favorite pastime. To Hawaiian Islands. DOREEN COUTO "Dorn likes to spend time with Robbie, is interested in horses. Her eyes are outstanding. Will go where life takes her, but hopes to settle down with family in the country, be surrounded by lots of animals. "You'll get over it." AMELIA CRUZ "Slick" bides her time at Button- wood. With her famed alligator socks, will be a biological oceanog- rapher. "Imagine thatli' Riding the field hockey bus was wild and crazy. Why do people say she looks mad when she is not? HIANA CUNHA "Dee-Dee" truly gloried in the Senior Lounge. Fun joking with Mr. Lima. Will pursue nursing Career. Lukolos' Pizza House is her hangout. Always treasure moments spent with Mark. Believes in hon- esty. Detests being grounded. Love to explore Hawaii. RICHARD CUNHA, JR. Rich had lots of laughs in JROTC because not too much studying or homework. He hopes to pilot the president's plane. Will always remember splitting his pants while slipping on the iee. Looks down on the New York Yankees. "Life is what you make of it." "Is that right? SANDRA CUSSON USilIltlNu likes liorsebavk riding. photography and ive skating. Hales kiiiii-klc--vravkirigr. Secret passion is to haul a horse ranvli. Falling asleep in liriu-i"s lfrl. was lulnsli- making. Will lie attending Diman Yoke. I .MW Af VICTOR DA CUNHA Headed for the Air Force, in hopes of becoming a pilot. Loved playing soccer for NBHS. Would like to visit Hawaii. Find him at Blue Resource Center. Has a good dis- position. Bound to be a profes- sional soccer player. Liked girls at NBHS but deplored the rules. I -. f W T .. We iv. . I X t c , . '. ,i I ' ,., . A j '-igigx il-32 "' 33" 5 in I + s 6 Qu I t V y, ea' B' . v.. 'G "ki, 4 :Pa 4. rg. -1 1 as Q .,-.Q . ,f 9, J 1 .- .J- ' ' tv J f ' Af tg , .,.: xv", 2,-an . -, J "Q 1, L wg 1-'Q .lffzm -.' Q . --1. "-'- .g -fin , . ., .. V, ':!.4 - Q. - y . 31. . 1, 4, e- t' ff? -f-z HELIA DAROSA LORRAIN E DAVID Enjoys music, movies and bowling. Going to college to become medi- cal technologist. Would like to be happy and sncccssful. Noted for smile. ability to get along with oth- ers. Thinks sheis too sensitive. Dis- likes seeing people unhappy. "l'm only kidding." MAUREEN SARA DAIGLE "Moe" values time with Brett and skateboarding. To Swain School of Design to become an artist. Week- ends made Moe happy but History Class was a bummer. Would like to visit Egypt to climb pyramid. Believes in having a good time before life nms out. "I don't know everything!" it , gps ft G Q52 if - is z l ' 'XJ ELOIDA DANCEL t a 1 ".leana" To be medical technolo- gist. Famed for name, long hair, sense of humor. Devilish urge to cut that hair. Glad of summer, sorry to work nights at nursing home. Enjoyed Health Careers because of exciting topics it cov- ered. Will probably marry, have 20 kids, but for now. college. "C'est la - av VIC. MANNY DA ROSA Can be found outside Green and Gold House or D-block corridor. Enjoys tennis and checking out the chicks. lntends to go live in Calif. To work after NBHS. I gf ' 5 7 JUNE MARIE DAVICNON "Junebug" is all right with Fred. ROTC nylons is one of her main dislikes. Enjoyed ROTC parades aa" auditorium programs at NBH. Secretly wishes to have huge fam- ily. Most fun in Mr. Dow's class when a thrown pencil fell in his lap. Collects poetry. Admired CSM Lima. "Forget it." CARLOS DA SILVA "Carly" will always remember when gym shorts split in gym. Loved drawing, sailing, fishing, Senior Lounge and Linda, who made it all happen for him. "Thanks, Babel" Will go to Voke night school to become engineer, then marry Linda. Good-natured but has a quick temper. FATIMA A. DE AMARAL "Brazilian" bugged by show-offs. Blue Cafeteria lounger. Portu- guese, Biology funniest because of people involved. Incredible sur- prise at Horseneck with Betty! A giggle-r and a joker. Free trip to Brazil for 3 months and college afterward. Aims to be successful. f 1 jc A i I 4' , DOUGLAS DANSEREAU Hangs out at Buttonwood Park. Would like to see California. Bound for college in Florida to take up business and play tennis. lntends to become a tennis instruc- tor. arf! MARIA C. DA SILVA Sincere and honest, Maria dreams of a happy, successful life. Abso- lutely abhors starersl Appreciates parents' care. Fond memories of meeting new people at NBHS. Says high school was grand, hut living is going to be grander. Believes in live and lct live. "You painll' it T IRIS DEANE "Woody" Off to BCC to become a dental hygienist. Junior year was great, especially Chemistry with Mr. Roscow. Annoyed when peo- ple arc not on time. Has a drive to drive in thc lndy' 500. Moody girl who says shc's too short. Eddie's terrific. The road to success is con- stantly' under construction. MARIA DA ROCHA "Maree" A future as a successful artist. Guilty of procrastination. Wishes to visit Switzerland. Dep- lores people who put themselves down or use others. "The secret of life is enjoy the passage of time." if If 35 J MANUEL DAS NEVES "Doc" enjoys astronomy. stamp collecting. Future engineer or chemist. Secretly wishes to one day work at NASA. Mr. C-oodfellow's Chemistry Class the greatest, but happiest with friends or helping people. Science fiction nutg "Star Wars" was a favorite. SMU or UMass. CARLOS DE ARRUDA Loathes rising at 6:00 for school. ls determined to see the world after cleaning out thc casino in VegaS. "Live it uplii 69 HELENA DE ARRUDA "Lena" will be accountant, but wishes she could be dancer. A Scorpio who adored Mrs. Walker and Mr. Warren's jokes in Gen. Bus. A bit shy but lonesome with no one to talk to. Hates overprotec- tiveness. Often in Blue Cafe or playing tennis. "Gollyl Gee!" ww DEBORAH DE FREITAS "Debby"' Ambition is legal secre- tary. Hobbies are acrobats, collect- ing small knick knacks. Would like to forget walking off stage, busting speakers as she fell! Lots of laughs in Ms. Zola's Transcription Class. Dream is to live in a far-out log cabin. Will cross US in Winne- bago. JEFFREY DE BARROS "Bone" is going to Howard Univer- sity to become a psychologist. Secret wish: to be rich and go to Calif. Hangs out in the Core or at Monte. Most fun in Black History class. "All the way live." MARIA L. DE BARROS "Shorty,' detests getting up with the sun, Spends leisure time danc- ing and listening to music. Will attend business school to become a secretary. Fond of shorthand and typing. "I don't knowf' ANTONIA DE BORTOLI "Toni" Accounting's her aim. Always remember Ms. Feeney for Shorthand junior year. Would like to visit Italy. Peeved by people who think they're great. Admires Mr. Pepin. Ever grateful for her parents' understanding. Noted for being rowdy. "I doubt itf, .IULIET DE FRIAS "Julien Goal is executive sec. Loves music, animals, painting, volleyball, hockey, badminton. Enjoys making friends laugh. Does not enjoy housework or homework. Place to relax was Mrs. Walker's room. Wants never to grow old. To work or to business school?? LYDIA DELGADO "Lilli" is at her best with her Ger- ald. Walking into boys' room was very disturbing. Dreams of mar- riage after graduation. NBH was super, especially Mr. Raposo' Spanish Class. Her friendliness was noteworthy. Looking forward to being an interpreter. Monte's Park fan. LORRAINE DELLECESE "Larangtan" Most noted for mak- ing faces. Secret wish to become rich, live on a beach. Pastimes: music, partying, reading poems. Hangup is worrying too much. Loves meeting people. Can be found cruising around, sometimes at Mello's. To be typist or secre- tary. MARIA DE REGO Hobbies are drawing, dancing, watching TV. Never forget the Mr. Raposo's Spanish. Realizes parents were always of hor own good. centers and 1:52 bell laughs in thinking Resource topped her list. Accept the bad along with the good is her philoso- phy. "No kidding!" 70 PAUL L. DESAUTELS "Chip" would like to be successful as an insurance broker. Bicycle riding and boating are his favor- ites. Lunch shifts were O.K. but rules left much to be desired. A radio listener. 'W E . 2 tgf,--fgfsass yst Awww TIWWH 3- ,.... --- sages. .. - . e. '- Q 'fifiiifi . 5 5 . e Q, R I 2 9 1.2 K:-. . MONIQUE DESJARDINS "Mo" Happy partying, listening to music, cruising, doing drafting. Famed for little green Bug. Lousy drivers get her down. Seen at Marine Pk. Would like to build a house with Shad, outsidc Mass. Will probably attend college to study architecture. "Check it out." MAHIA DE soUsA Maria loved Distributive Ed. ldynamite peoplcll and Mr. Pacheco. Hated NBH rules and being short. Says she has a big mouth! Partying with friends or hanging out at Popc Park was dcccnt. Ambition is to help pcoplc. Always with .l0hn. Wants to live in a mountain log cabin. ISABEL DE CASTRO "Belita', Future radiologist. Draw- ing, watching baseball and hockey her hobbies. Favorites were Mr. Araujo, Mr. Raposo. Known for being dedicated to her studies. Loved NBH and some teachersg disliked rules and smoking in girls, room. Parents were nice and taught her well. "Fantasticol" JOAO DE PINA Found NBH girls appealing. Play- ing soccer is his second interest. NBH's lunches and rules need some improvement. He is comfort- ablc when with his girl. Hopes to travel. A future musician. "Wow" DAVID DESROCHES Find him in the Core, or on Brock Ave. Hobbies arc playing sports, guitar, listening to music. Aims to be a millionaire doctor. Approved of NBH studies, lunch, girls. Biol- ogy with crazy Mr. Keith. Has no faults but would like to have more self t'onfident'e the saysl. ELIZABETH T. DIAS "Liz" Shooting's her hobby. Proud to be an African. Favored Mr. Lima, Mr. Silva, Mr. Curry. Sports and languages cheered her. Thanks her Aunt .lulia for kindness. Fig- ures she'lI be a stewardess, then rich and happy. To Burdette School in Boston. I LUIS DOS SANTOS MARIA ALICE DUARTE Dreams of being social worker and aiding the poor. Never forget get- ting lost in N.B. looking for a phone booth. Forgetting the words to a song at choir wus humiliating. Dctests childish behayior and fights. ls understanding, kind and laughs a lot. To work. fb-L. 4 5 MARISSA J. DIAS To be a pediatrician is her goal. Carnegie-Mellon University in Pittsburgh her next step. Could be found around Gold Guidance. Fer- vent wish: travel around the world. Flipped over Mr. Roscow's Chem- istry Class. "Be serious!" LAWRENCE DRAYTON "Larry" Fond of girls, off-roading, electronics, sports, camping, play- ing football. Can't stand scratched albums or NBH food. Notorious for eating 4 whaler burgers. Dr. Wilusz' Chemistry a blast. Going to Rl School of Electronics to be an engineer. "Come on now!" JAMES DUMAS "jimniy', Basketball. records, mov- ies intrigue him. Math was greatest because of the teacher. Always on time but never gets haircut. Usu- ally on 3rd floor in school. Aim is to be rich. Mr. Allcock made Occ. Foods a blast. To work after NBH. PAULA DIFFLEY "Fley" wishes to become a social worker. Likes people and going to parties. Hangs out at Pope Park and Hanger's. Enjoyed Child Care Hand skipping. .5 MONIQUE DROLET F ERNANDO DUTRA 'Qi -A , W s KIM DI PASQUALI Loves having money to blow. Has an urge to figure out what makes people tick. Parties with Peter are special. Abhors being crowded into small places. When rich will buy a Jaguar and visit California. DARLENE J. DUARTE "Dale" would like to become a psychiatrist or a model. She is hap- piest spending time with Ruben. Secret wish is to be able to help people in poor countries. Dale is most noted for her smile and laughter. Wishes she could better control her moods. "Ah, do you mind." MARCELLE P. DUVAL Will be u physical therapist. Loves to swim and dreams of skiing in the Colorado Rockies. Best teach- ers are Mr. Roscow' and Mr. Dow, whose jokes made History fun. Nt-yer forget falling into the turtle pond at Cape Cod Sealand or being mistaken for a boy in gym. Sweet smile but . . . short. Northeast- 1-rn7? DENISE DONLAN "Dee" likes swimming, water ski- ing, camping. Agreeahle, good lis- tener, but a rowdy know-it-all lshe saysl. Riotous when she was shut into ice cream truck. Thought Mr. .lohn Robinson was super. Green Eyes wants to teach pre-schoolers or work with kids in some way. LA.. rg DONNA DUARTE "Short-cake" likes listening to records. Noted for being short and moody. Believes in going after what she wants. Wants to hit Mass. Lottery. Never forget listening to father's band. Her outgoing smile makes her. Would like visiting Hawaii. Enjoys being with Mike. Like Mr. Silva's class best. "Knock itoff." ,-5. Q9 JOSEPH S. DZIUBA "Julia" is a frisbee freak whose pride is being Polish. Mt. Pleas- antis a hangout. but would prefer Maine. Key Club and Frisbee Club main actiyities: homework was last. Procrastinator but not too slow in Chem. or Biology. Mr. Goodfel- low's follower. To SMU and marine biology. CAROL ELLIS Carol is notorious for being late. Her drawing ability is a definite asset. Saddened when she hurts a friend. The most hilarious thing she did was to throw a cream puff at a jock. Ms. Zola terrific at telling jokes. Find her at the ice skating rink. Claims to be a worry wart. Future secretary. CHARLENE ELLIS "Cha" gets kicks playing pinball at Mall. Reading Rm. was her play- room with Karen and carts. Fast talker but doesn't always say things when she has the chance. Lauds her m0ther's giving happiness to her family. Lots of new friends at NBH. College for nursing. LINDA EWASZKO Linda likes listening to music and going out. Detests unfriendly peo- ple and doing homework. Will remember parents' love, trust. Hockey, football, all sports decent. Liked Mr. Kob7a's class because both teacher and students were great. On to college to be a medical technologist. s I f DELIA FALCAO l i "Dee" Compulsive telephoner. D.H. is a big part of her life. Her yell was trademark. Portuguese memorable for Duarte standing on desk yelling about animals. Will attend college, he successful reg. nurse, eventually rich with not a care in the world. "Have you seen D.H.?" MARIA FARIAS "Grace" A smiling girl who liked English fthe students, and Accounting. Blue Cafe was her place to meet NBH friends. Can't decide whether to be secretary or phys. ed. teacher. CHRISTINE FAUCHER "Chris" Secret wish to be a singer. Loves guitar and good music. Irked by snobs. Partying, attending con- certs dynamite! To see Colo. and to live in Quebec, Canada. Patient parents. Have mountainside ranch and log cabin with Shawn. Cat Ste- vens, Animal House her taste. Super times with "Foursome',l STEVE EUSEBIO "Jack" anticipates a career as an accountant. Enjoys spending his free time bowling. Would like to visit Denver, Colorado some day. Pizza person. Xi DONNA FARIA Always heard laughing and making others laugh. Headed for college. Living to be 100, being happy and rich are her goals. Will remember care and trust from parents. Known for talking too much. Enjoys pottery. Most fun in Health Class: only six people in it. Wants things her way. "Oh, nol You know!" DAVE EVERTON "Ev" is up when woodworking, fishing, golfing. Mr. Robbins made Woodworking constructive but relaxing. Track, 3 lunches, shops, easygoing teachers dynamite. Secretly wants to play guitar with a rock band, but will probably end up owning supermarket chain. "Why, sure." PATTI FARIA Patti will be going on to college and hopes to work in Operating Room. Likes to spend time swim- ming and dancing. Secretly wishes to always stay young. Not being able to say what she feels bothers her. "Life is too short to be unhappy", is her motto. . f if K .R .K ANNA EVORA Anna would like to become suc- cessful and visit Europe. Headed for college. Likes shopping for clothes. Hates getting up early and straightening out schedule at guid- ance. Enjoyed meeting different people at NBHS and TV Produc- tions with Mr. Mangen. "Always try for the best." ALBERT FARIAS "Al" to bc sports broadcaster. Hobby is collecting wrestling books. Angry when anyone hurts animals. Likes to have last word. lncrcdible when backboard fell on him. Favorite class was Spanish for discussions. Favorite parking spot was Quincy Market. To work. ANA FERREIRA Ana heads for college for nursing. Happy when at a dance and when with B.B. Thanks parents for their encouragement to continue in school. Will be remembered for her happy laughter. Will never for- get day when Mr. Fernandes trip- ped over hrief case and fell. "Stick to what you bclicvef, ANTHONY FERREIRA "Spike" A Baseball nut who is ecstatic when Red Sox beat Yan- kees. Wants to see Baseball Hall of Fame. Seen at Ashley Park. Thinks NBH teachers try hard, do a good job. Admits to being conceited. Sports his thing, but Jones Beach parking not bad! "Say what?" CECILIA M. FERREIRA "Ceei" is most noted for her smile. Hopes to own red Mustang and visit Spain. Looking forward to a medical career. Mr. B's History Class and Mrs. Duarte were NBH's finest. Thanks parents for love and concern. Our Grad. Editor. "What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to humanity." ,l.A. l CYNTHIA M. F ERREIRA rv Cindy" Ambition to be a musi- cian. Most interested in sports, plays, concerts. Mr. Kobza's Ch nb emistry appealed. Sad when o ody listens to her. .lulie's her favorite companion. Wishes she could lose her bad temper. Latent rock star. KATHLEEN FERREIRA Spoiled Brat" plays drums and tennis. Found NBII full of nice people who got along with each other. Rclislied Ms. Zola's Short- hand Il for hor personality and okvs llradj Mrs. lIuarte's HR. was cozy hangout. Glad of good f riends. l.y nn and Lorraine. Aim: Excculiu- secretary. ELIZABETH FIGUEIREDO ff Liza' is a jogger and bike rider. Hates show-offs. Gets nervous and blushes easily, but loves to help people. Always joking with Mr. Castro and Ms. L1-al. Would love to S ee France, become successful nurse. Probably to SMU. DANIEL FERREIRA "Danny" Loves playing soccer at NAACP. Proud to be Cape Ver- dean. Being skinny helped his dancing and soccer. Secret desire to form rock group, go to Holly- wood, then visit Cape Verde as a star. Liked English with funny Mr. Broadmeadow. To college to study music. MARIE ELENA FERREIRA Marie, a Libra, hopes to go on to college and major in Child Care. Wishes to have her own nursery school. Bowling and ice skating are two of her favorite pastimes. "Live it up while you can" is her philoso- phy. "No sall' DAVID FINNERTY "Fin" College bound. Loved swim- ming for NBH, hated yellow slips. Really hugged by SATS, etc. needed for chosen college. Known for blue eyes, Irish temper, thick- headcdness. Super sound of 1:52 bell, sad to wake up, find it not Sat- urday. Humorous personality. Visit Fantasy Island is his dream. DAVID FERREIRA RUBEN FERREIRA "Raf" A future physician enjoys quiet times with those he can share thoughts with. Electronics and hik- ing are hobbies. Connie's company 331. Has an optimistic view of life. lntends to visit Land of the Pha- roahs. Thanks parents for their never-ending encouragement. Our Activities Ed. "Right" 1 if K i E .- .tg RUTH FISHER "Schroeder" wants to succeed as concert pianist. Leisure spent play- ing the piano. Claims to be good listener. Notorious for always laughing. Her second home was in the Music Dept. Sings, tool Funni- est thing that ever happened was shaving cream fight. To Olivet Nazarene College. "Oh, man!" .I EANNE FERREIRA Loved being a Senior! Always ecstatic with Mike. Cot her kicks going to rallies and games. Her nice smile could be seen at the bookstore and at Smuggler's. Favorite was Mr. Warren but chuckled at Mr. Newman's humor. Business school next to become super legal secretary. SHARON FERREIRA "Cl1atterBox" Relaxes while read- ing, watching the rain. Tends to jump to conclusions. Secretly wants to inherit book company. Mrs. Walker's room was a haven. Fond of Ms. Leal's open-discus- sions class. Headed for BCC: future exec. secretary. "Don't do anything I wouldn't do." DAVID FITZSIMMONS "Little Fitz" would like to visit England some day. Fake people really bothered him. He will remember his parents for their help and understanding. Mr. Rapoza was a neat teacher. To SMU after NBHS. .IULIETTE FERREIRA "Jewels" Adores dancing, sewing, listening to music. Enjoyed lunch with friends and release days as well as Mr. Edmundson. Food, homework, tests, busses were abominable. Hopes to have fantas- tic life with special someone. Will be a rich accountant after college. ELISABETH FIGUEIREDO "Betty" hopes to maintain her self- confidence, self-respect. Music, romantic novels. horticulture absorb her. A future travel agent or interpreter who hopes to see Greece. Into the real world aftcr NBH. "Theres no hope if you can- not dream." MAUREEN FLANAGAN Contented with Cary all the time. Thankful to parents for being help- ful. Adored cheering, participating in sports at NBH. Lots of fun in Mr. Longo's Psych. Class. Means to see Hawaii one day. Major plans are to attend college. 73 li, mlmini Nm DEBBIE FLEET "Fleet" Fond of Mrs. Hassey's Psychology Class because she was easy to get along with. Would truly like to visit Bermuda and become rich and famous. Liked the people at NBHS but disliked the home- work. Can be found at Grape St. and watching television. RUDY FONSECA Wants to be a state trooper. Can be found between Tan and Blue Houses or at Monte's Park. Enjoyed Mr. Sylvia's class. ls hap- piest when not in school, except for football. MICHAEL FOGAREN "Fogie" Completely absorbed in swimming. Gym and Intramurals moved him most. When not swim- ming, he made it to the Den. Immediate destination: college. DEBORAH FONSECA "Fawn" Sole ambition is to get through life. Deplores snobs and having to eat in her own cafe. Bound to be at Brooklawn or van shows. Funniest experience was when Fred's glasses broke as she looked at him. Will never forget grandmother's understanding. "Park your lips!" or "Such is life!" BETTY FORTES "Betty Boo" is happiest dancing or playing volleyball. Likes every- thing perfect so she takes her time. Unified Arts turned her on. Geom- etry was a blast because of Robert Gomes' jokes. A smiling, friendly happy-go-lucky girl who wants to be a speech therapist. College bound. DAVID FOURNIER LORREE F ONSECA "Smiley" enjoys taking pictures and being with Randy. Will remember her parents for their help. Could be found between Blue and Tan House. To become a fash- ion photographer and study at the New England School of Photogra- phy is her ambition. it 5' :,t- fig, i NANCY FONSECA C "Boom-Boom" Principal interest is Majorettes, but happy anywhere it's fun. Wishes she could be in I950's. Her highs are football games, rallies, Spirit Week. What a wiggle when she twirls! Hard for her to think before speaking. On the college trail. JACQUELINE F OURNIER "Jacqui', has a sincere inner urge to live in the mountains. At her best when partying. Happy when the sun shines and sad when it rains. Colorado is at the top of her travel list. "Living, loving and laughing." Says Dist. Ed. was dynamite. CHRIS FRANCIS "Chris" Sure to be seen at Hazel- wood Park, checking out the girls. Studies were good places to talk and fool around. NBH sports fan. Big for pizza, Corvettes and Satur- day Night Live. Next step is col- lege. MANUEL FRANCISCO 74 DANIEL FRANCO GLORIA FRANCO "Mouth" is into jogging. listening to Cat Stevens and non-stop talk- ing. Wishes she could be a sky- diver. Laughs in Resource Center, getting kicked out. Getting lost in N.H. was an experience. Fond of Typing and Child Care. Known for being happy and smiling. "l'm hungry." WAYNE FREITAS This future architect is happy when with Robin, Laura and Scott. Hopes to ski the Swiss Alps! Wishes to own a car that wonat break down! Will remember the B.C. Conv. with Paula and Mark! Can be found in Gold Office. Will recall Mrs. Rezendes' help, under- standing and parents' concern! "What a loser!" ANA M. FURTADO "Annbel" as a flight attendant will fly to Paris. Hopes to always be kind and never lose her self- respect. Admires her motheris patience. Mr. Edmundson's teasing was unforgettable. Although shc's a nagger, she's kind. Avid reader. 'Q-.7 , . 4013 15 ' ay 1,-3 ' ' 2 'I' - :Q 'Z 'ff . 42,1137-'Q' 1 : ' " 3'5iQiaf,"'5"i'fi ' .1-. -,- 4.1 A-. , fgfzleft if-,.g. 5.,fxgf Li . spat 1 ' U DONNA MARIE FURTADO Donna, a soap opera buff, is most noted for her dynamite personal- ity. Thought NBH's teachers were super but the crowded halls ticked her. Enjoyed Mr. Braz's class because he acted out parts of the books read. Thinks parents are the best in the world. Anticipates a secretarial career. .IULIETTE GALLAN T 1 v v Julie" is content when with Keith. Disturbed by stuck-ups. ,Would like to visit the shops of Paris. Mr. Pacheco is highly admired because he treated the class as equals. Off to the Barbizon School of Fashion. "Alrightl" aww,e,zfse1zfg.im, H K ,,,. .f,., . " Qiiiiffflli '5 . l 9 f in 9 Q ,V VVV ,L y dig g sis.. UATRICIA GENDRON lp-P-Piglct's" laughing and snort- hg is part of her unique sense of tumor. Visit to Switzerland is in he future. Falling on the iee in ront of an audience was debasing. luitar in viinter. tennis in sum- ier. "Definite-ly." 1 K Y MARIA FURTADO "Little Jock" or "Henry" abso- lutely abhorred "short" jokes and Randy Newman. Her hangups are lack of patience and lack of height. Junior Eng. was a ball because it was rowdy. Noted for racking on people. To be 5'7" is her secret wish. Fun with Lucy, Zor. Lynda. Kenny. Yearbook Sports Ed. 4 X. A MICHAEL CAMA 1. 'Q ew f" :V ...,.,,,. ,. fx, ROCHELLE GENDRON "Rocky" fletests formal studies and doing homework. Loves play- ing sports, especially volleyball, basketball, softball. Into business management and marketing. CHRISTINE GADBOIS Q! fig,-'Q ,Ct . Cox DEBRA GAUTHIER "Debbie's ambition in life is to be happy and successful. Enjoyed bowling, sports. Richard's com- pany. Secret wish: to become a concert pianist, Trademark is being skinny. Will always remem- ber the advice her parents gave her. "Life is a journey, not a desti- nationll!" Mr. Roscow fan. GINA CENTILI Gina wants to grow rich and trawl to Italy. Her home away from home is at the bookstore. Fond of horseback riding and dancing. Chem. Class was super. Advises everyone to bc themselves. "What's up?" Rings on her fingersl 'Y 'L' 3' 5 WALTER GAJ, J R. "Wally" is happiest having good times with tight friends and when participating in long distance runs. Spends free time throwing a fris- bee and partying. Math class was the pits. Probably Air Force, "Things are tough." JUDITH GELINAS "Judy" a future fashion designer, is fond of drawing. Hats off to Handbell Choir. Disturbed by crowded halls at NBH, but Music and Art Depts. compensated. Tends to lack patience. judge otha ers too quickly. Boston or Rl for fashion design, then to see Scot- land. "Oh, cmd!" MARK GIFFORD "Gif" plans to make journey to the center of the earth after stopping for a visit in Colombia. Is always there when you need him. espe- cially at the rink. "What's up?" People at NBHS are the best, except for few boring teachers. CHRISTINE GALARZA "Weebles" Ambition is to reach the height of 5'5". To the Air Force after NBHS. Will remember parents' love, attention when she needed them. "I know that you understand what you think I said, but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant." 5 SUSAN GELINAS "Sue" enjoys seeing world from Steve's Harley. Hopes to have her own Porsche and take Bruce Springsteen fora ride. Loved being a Senior. Future makeup artist who's happiest when feeling free. intends to travel cross-country after NBH. "Live to ride i ride to live. . ." PAMELA GILCHREST 75 LISA A. CIOIOSA Lisa would like to become John- ny's snowbunny and ride a Harley. Pet peeve: stuck-up people. Happy when sunbathing but being broke isn't the greatest. A smile is her best quality. Secret wish: To live in a log cabin. "Live to ride 7 ride to live." Fate will be to do what comes naturally. r-- M: . , ,1 PAMELA CODDU "Pam', A member of the NBH Tennis Team is happiest when she wins a close match. Her second home is at Buttonwood Park. Mom and Dad were ever around when she needed them. NBH's facilities were the greatest. Her goal is a nursing career. "Knowledge is power, power is successf, BARRY COMES DIANA COMES Disliked snobs, prejudiced people. Chorale was fun because of all the friends and concerts. Mr. Mandly ranked number one. A spiffy idea for a trip would be to go to Greece and Rome. To become a physical therapist. College next. HELENA COMES Cooking, dancing, and volleyball arc enjoyable to her. Thinks Carlos is special and California or Las Vegas exciting. Thought NBH a nice school with likeable people. Would like to attend college in Boston, become boss of the Lan- guage Arts Dept. Loved Mr. Bis- eari's jokes. MARIA INES CONCALVES "Agnes" wants to be a bilingual teacher. Likes to crochet. Happiest when traveling and hopes to tour Brazil. Was most embarrassed when getting caught reading an X- rated book. Will never forget drift- ing to the deep end of the pool. "Thats the funniest thing live ewr ht-ard.'i 5 s' "L, ICEVIN eoMEs "Fish" is known for teasing girls. Enjoyed carrying Lori and Doreen up the stairs. Loved ROTC. espe- cially the Drill Team and winning competition. .IROTC staff super. College, then thc Air Force. NATALIE CON CALVES As 11 stcwardess will travel thc world. Loves playing tennis and being with Fred. Mrs. Purcell and History were decent. "Save it!" KYM COMES "Kymbo" wants to go into the Marines, then UCLA for social service. Secretly yearns to be actress or singer. Her long lashes, pretty smile on display at McDonald's. Ever at Alhambra's or a disco. Loves the Cape and the Silva sisters. Dreams of running NB clinic for emotionally dis- turbed children. MARY JANE COMES "Jeannie" always outside gym after school. Hopes to go to Hawaii and Paris. Appreciates the care her parents showed hcr. ls looking for a good job after NBHS. Mr. Silva the finest. DIANE M. COMES "Dee-de" is known for that ever- present smile. To study engineer- ing at U. Mass. or Carnegie-Mel- lon. Basketball, football, drill team camp next best to Kenny's being there. Formal studies boring but Mr. Lima, Ms. Bizzarro, and Portu- guese interesting. Wants to he rich but not famous. STEVEN eoMEs MANUEL CONSALVES DAVID S. COULART "Goo" hopes to go to Sweden or Heaven. Loses his temper with people who don't speak English in school. Will own his own business. Likes sports, pork chops and lots of company. To attend college. NATERCIA CRADE "Nah, is heading toward nursing. To he happy in Iifc is her secret wish. Will remember her II10ll'It'FlS loving patience. Math was her favorite subject and Ms. Howard her best teacher. Would love to see France. "l.iw one day at a time. "Je l'ainn'." PATRICIA E. GREENE "Pat" cherished cheering for NBHS. Mr. Pacheco's Art was the greatest. Some day she would like to have her very own dark green Renegade jeep. Thanks her parents for their understanding. College in the future. "Quitters never win and winners never quit." NOK." SAMIR HABBOOSH Samir. better known as Sam, Sammy, Zammer wants to be a doc- tor. Had much fun in Dr. Wilusz's class and will never forget the "Bouncing Bag" and "Skinny Fox" incident in Ms. Rainvilleis class. Biology Club and Math Team rewarding. CATHERINE HAMMOND "Cat" hopes to be dance instructor or policewoman. At her best on the dance floor. Dynamite times at N. England Dragway with friends. Dreams of owning Chevelle or Bar- racuda and seeing U.S. Mrs. Ayotteis Business Behavior Class was terrific. Appealing laugh and personality. "Whoa. baby." CARLOS CRILO Taking things as they come and lis- tening to music are his favorite relaxations. Hazelwood Park is Carlos' home away from home. Hawaii looks good to him. Chemis- try with Mr. Roscow was worth while. Aims to be rich. is JO-ANN HALL "Jo" to be a lab technician. Will be remembered for quiet but Crazy character. Fantasizes traveling with Bruins for one season. Thanks par- ents for rides from practice and not making her work. Hooray for football. hockey games and rallies. "Okayl" SMU? DEBORA J. HARDY "Debbie" a Barry Manilow fan who's up when horseback riding. Hopes to get a l:'h.D. in psych. and secretly wishes to have Dr. Joyce Brothers as a patient. Would love to see Hawaii from a Porsche. Fun- niest thing that ever happened was Joann. Lots of laughs in Chem. with Mr. G. On to B,C. or S.U. Class veep. SUZANNE GUILBEAULT "Suzy" A registered nurse will be her goal after college. Brags that that fake British accent of hers truly is unique. The selection of courses at NBHS really intrigued her. Hobbies were piano and aik- ido, but phys. ed. in school was the pits. No. Dart. Mall her haven. DOREEN E. HALLETT Doreen is hound to be a court ste- nographer and plans to attend ,lohnson and Wales College. Found "the spirit" at NBH great. Roller skating is her thing. Noted for hav- ing big eyes and being sociable. "Don't start!" JOHN HARDY "Tex" is notorious for missing the bus. Favorite pastime is eating and sleeping. Looks forward to Fridays but dreads Mondays. Most often seen at the Crimson Courier Office. Destination: SMU, but also hopes to see ,lapan and England. Lazy. SUSAN GULA "Sue" would like to become a beautician and LaBaron's Hair- dressing Academy would be the place to study. Being with George was enjoyable. Will remember her parents for their understanding. To visit Bermuda would be delightful. Dist. Ed. was the best because Mr. Pacheco made her laugh. "That's great!" RANDALL HAMEL "Randy" will pursue career as physical education teacher but feels that future as bum is inevita- ble. Finds homework a drag but sports are no. l Mr. Medeiros' class a riot. Notorious for loitering at bookstore. "Get out of hereli' ELLEN HARRINGTON Ellen will he remembered for her tremendous driving ability and being flaky. Dreams to be on "Sat- urday Night Live." Liked doing lights in Drama Club and being in "Arsenic and Old Lace." lrked by jocks. but liked NBH sports. Grate- ful that parents did not give up on her. On to college. as SUSAN GULA "Bella" is college bound. Hopes to pursue modeling career. At her best when playing basketball. Fond of time spent with Eddie. Hated early rising. Find her at Common Park. Wishes for a Corvette. Deep- est admiration for Mrs. Choopo- rian. "Get off!" HARRY HAMER, JR. "Skip" loved playing hockey for NBH. Likes panying and is happi- est when at the top of a mountain. His smile is one of his best quali- ties. Claims to have no faults. Most often found in front of bookstore and at Hazelwood Park. Sue is his favorite companion. "We-irdl" , .r f lt ELLEN HATHAWAY "Ellie" hopes to be IRS agent. Deplores term papers. Green House Office provided a place to hang out. Secretly wishes to be a hostess on the Johnny Carson Show. Biology Class was fun, espe- cially the dissecting. Wants to see Hollywood. 7 7 MICHELE HEBERT "He-Ben enjoyed listening to Couto and Mulligan every Friday night. Mr. Methia's elass was an experienee. Headed to Bridgewater to be a physical therapist. Would love to own a TR7 some day. Mr. R. was her little "blueberry muf- fin." Thanks Barry for his under- standing. "Tell me about it." KATHLEEN HERON "Kathy" enjoys playing softball. musie. daneing and being with Gordon. Chemistry with Mr. Kobza is memorable. Likes the dismissal bell and NBHS football. Disliked eoat rule and snobs. Future lab teehnieian. "I donit know." ir BRIAN HELGELAND Most noted for his cool frisbee throwing and his Steve Martin impersonation. Would really love to be King of the Gypsies. Will always remember lunch. Disturbed by Mrs. Sawyer: and saddest in Dean's Offiee. Ambition is to be a frisbee. "Life is a frisbeef' MARK HILL Infamous for having a short tem- per and having little patience. Mr. Monteiro was a great guy. Member of Drill Team. A possible trip to Texas in the future. Cheerleaders and Majorettes were dynamite. Military Career a possibility. CAIL HODZIEWICH Gail ean always be found at the iee skating rink or at Lot 13. Would love to visit Hawaii and Europe as ehampion iee skater. An enthusias- tie Senior Lounge patron. Vietory parties 0.K. Mr. Kobza and Miss Allen were faxes of hers along with gym. Off to bei-ome a phys. ed. teaeher. 78 DAVE HOPWOOD "Hoppy" is turned off by school. Contented when he could eat on all three luneh shifts. Mr, Silva's class was the greatest. RICHARD HELME "Ricky" enjoys rapping. playing basketball. being with Wanda. Can be found in the Core outside the Tan House. Mr. Girard and Math were Riekyis favorites. Will always remember his parents' understand- ing. Most fun with "Easy" in Cook- ing. MELANIE PATRICIA HILL "Mel" enjoys dancing and swim- ming. Disappointed when she has a lot of homework. Guilty of being too quiet. Health Careers Club was terrific. Attending basketball games and Drama Club produe- tions was delightful. On to eollege to major in physical therapy. Intends to visit Barbados. ROSEMARIE HENDERSON "Rosey" will study to be a legal secretary at Burdett School. Ber- muda is nice but Rosey is satisfied 7 for now - in New York City. Tennis and swimming are fun. She's most noted for that huge pocketbook and those long finger- nails. Has yen to be a singer. "Reallyl" RODNEY HILL ELIZABETH MARIE HORN "Libby" On to college and a eareer in eommunieations. Leisure spent skiing, swimming and playing ten- nis. Aspires to own a blue Datsun 26071 and drive up and down West Coast. Paris in the spring sounds great to her. 'iLife is a tragedy for those who feel and a eomedy for those who think." SOPHIE HORZESKY "Sunshine" is fond of partying and musie. lrked by two-faeed people. Going with K.B. was very amusing. Lots of laughs in English Class- with friends. Mr. Dell Isola very understanding teaeher in Health. Ashamed of her freshman failure. Probably to eollege and Calif. IRIS MARGARITA HERNANDEZ "Margie" A friendly person who likes listening to music with Sam. After spending the summer in sunny Puerto Rico. will study to be a Computer engineer. Cherishes her parents' love and understand- ing. Hopes to get married.1 Approved of Algebra, softball andl Mr. Raposo. l GLORIA HINES "Glor" is college bound and hopes to work with ehildren handicapped by muscular dys. She fell over gar- bage can while walking baekwardsl Mr. Silva's English Class tops. Notorious for having a big mouth. She really liked NBH foodlll DANIEL JAMES HOUBRE "Steve tMartint" Happiest with Melanie. Unified Arts and Stage- eraft stupendous: terrifie teaehers. students. Wearing tights for "Mame" was very embarrassing. His understanding nature makes it easy to make friends. 'Tm not eon- eeited. l'm eonyineedl" Maybe Air Foree Ai-ademy. ELIZA BETH ANN HUBRIGHT "Bc-th" like-d playing spons and danving. Happy being with Bob. Could lu' found in front of Blur House' doors. Eayorito toachvr: Ms. Lt-al. To go to Hawaii and Florida is a se-1-rvt wish. In the futurr? To gr-t marrivd and be surrwssful. 'Tm going to punvh your faux" SANDRA JACOBS "Sandy" Our Sr-nior Class Prvsi- dent! Bvst times spent on tvnnis loam. fivld hockey and in pool, Drama Club musicals wort' grvatl Lou-s dam-ing and skiing: hate-s apathc-tie' pt-oplv. On to rollogt- and rontt-ntmc-nt. "To thinP own solf bf- true-. and thou vanst not thvn be falsi' to any man." "Shak1-spoarn" MARK .IOACHIM "Jody" tsisltvs to bf- a grvat guitar- ist and to lu- sun-1-vssful. Snobs turn Mark off but Colorado. girls. and Hawaii turn him on. Fri-shman English with Nlr. Sy kc-s and Draft- ing wm-rv fayoritvs. It a vlianvt- romvs along to bvttc-ir his lifv, hr' would tako it. "Wow" """'.!HP DEBORAH HUGHES "Hugh1-yi' A future- trawl guide- is plz-asvd wha-n danring or watvr ski- ing. Has an inm-r urge to own log vabin ont- day. but right now' a Sldlflftt is al tht- top of he-r shop- ping list. "You'ri' frvshlii RICHARD .IAFFE 'flaffi' could bv found around But- tonwood Park and in various Court- yards. Eayoritv subjvrt is Psyrhol- ogy. On to svhool to be an optivian. "What". .IANICE .IODOIN Wants a 1-are-4-r as a CPA: Most fun in Ms. 'I'ripp's English Class. lwvaiise- you vould fool around. Nlath Club. Bowling. and JA. intvrm-ste-rl hor. I'I1iX0I'PlI Mr, Gill and History. Wishvs to ond up any- w hi-rv but Nt-w Be-dford. Collvgr- in hr-r plans. ANNETTE HUTCHINSON "Hutt'h" is a Mr'Donald's French fry fre-ak. "Hutr'h. wh1'rc"s Star- sky" jokffs arf- not nr-w' to her. Miss Zola's humor made' Shorthand Class more enjoyable: NBH stu- dvnts are super hut lum-h lines are unbvarablv. Playing basketball rrlaxing pastimv. To bf- an arroun- tant. "Shut your fam- and mun- rho!" BRENDA JAMES "Bron" is off to rollvgt- in Calif. Would like to tour Afrira. Sovretly wisht-d to liw in a foroign oountry' and driye a Rolls Roym-. ls a Pisvvs and like-s Karate. "To live a yirtuous and vigorous mvaningful lift-.U "If you say so". Aff l LOUISE JOHNSON "Lou" wiisht-s to go to 1-ollt-ge to hc- an X-ray te-rh. Enjoy od bring rallvd a dropout. Had fun in Bos- ton, Enjoys sf-wing and thi- tht-fator. Cratt-ful for part-nts' hvlp. vnvour- age-mi-nt. "I donit want to play any- niorm-.ii GREGORY HLTCHINSON "Hutt-hinanu Van he found outside' Croc-n and Gold Housr-. Like-rl girls. Srit-nt-1' and football at NBH. Drvams of swing Sivrra National Park. thi-n liying in the- mountains. Futurr- uncvrtain. MICHELLE JANIK "Cin-li-'A Happiest whon with Days-. Will rt-me-mber her pare-nts lnwausi- of their understanding. Sf-rrvt wish is to live- in tht- vountry with lots of animals. Thinks Str-ve Martin is vrazy. Would Iikt- to visit California. DIANNE JORDAN Euturz- fashion dt-signc-r 4-njoys danving and musir. Daffy disirc- is to own a dist-o. Hatvd waking up at 6'o vloi-k in tht- morning. Will rf-nivinln-r hvr part-nts' low and undvrstanding, Sights svt to soc' London. Paris. "'I'akf- ont- day at a time-.N LORRI IZDEBSKI Lorri is tim-ke-d off hy thosr' who act biggvr than thvy are. Contvntvd when sponding time with D4-nis. Find he-r "up the Hillu. Parrntsi he-lp was muvh apprcviate-d, Known for ht-r ability to makc- poo- plv laugh. Chf-vrs for Mr. Owf-n, Mr. Keflly and Mr. Pachefo. MARGARET JENKINS "lVlargiv" is saddvst w'hPn sho is unable- to use- the rar. Wvill ni-yt-r forgot timv shv was askvd for ID for a soda. Srhool was tht- lc-ast fayoritz- thing in the world. Hopvs to lwvome- 4-xt-1-utivv secretary. DAISY JORGE Off to vollw-go to bPr'om4- a lvgal sw-rotary. Enjoyvd Ms. Allf'n's and Mr, .-klyrsi vlassvs. Dislikvd stud- ivs. hoint-work. Hopes to visit Put-rto Rivo and Bvrmuda. "Lay offl 79 VICTORIA JORGE "Vieky" Disturbed by people who think themselves better than every- one. Being able to judge people is no. 1 quality. Dreams of traveling. Parents were always there. Approved rap sessions with Mr. Lombardo, Mr. Owen. Intends to live her own life. "To live free is lo be free." "What's up'fi' STEVEN KATES "Steve", on to eollege, wishes to play for a mellow jazz group while living in his hideaway' ski ehalet. Known for exeessive note taking and eurly hair. Found on any ten- nis eourt. Hopes to see Israel and Switzerland. "The secret of sueeess is eonstaney' of purpose." Our Yearbook Editor-in-Chief. , 1 ' I I -- I -3 1 5 ff , N 'W' X VV,g J ,,,, .. CHERYL KROUZEK Headed for BCC to be a dental hygienist. Detests early risings to get to school. Parents' love and understanding are cherished. Most fun in Mr. Roseow's Chemistry Class. Would love to watch Hawai- ian surfers. 80 ALLISON F. JOSEPH "Ally" enjoys Monieais eompan- ionship. Reliability and sensitivity no. 1 qualities. Famous for earry- ing big lunches. Never forget Mr. Ed standing on his head in History. Mr. Medeiros rates. Dreams of see- ing Jamaiea. Remembers sitting in strangeris lap in a dark theater. "You big turkey!" -Q. X SHERRI KAYE "John Wayne" wishes to own raneh with riding horses. Con- tented when horseback riding. Irked by teachers who do all the talking. Known by friends as a joker, Best friends are Lynne and Pam. Shall she be eomedienne or physical therapist? A string design fiend. SUZANNE LABONTE KURT KACH A future veterinarian who plans to attend UNH or Syraeuse. Enjoys 'I'.V., baseball and the good out- doors. Hopes to explore the Ant- arelie. Dr. Wilusz is a Imt tieket. Finds snobs repulsive. Ml. Pleas- ant sehoolyard is this easygoing guy's hangout. ...Z t i ANTHONY P. KENYON "Arab" really enjoyed Dr. Wilusz and Mr. Mitehell in Shop, Really' like to see California. Will always remember his parents' patience and eneouragement, Happiest when with Kim and hearing the 1:50 bell. Off to beeome a lawyer. BRUCE WAYNE LACKEY "Dear Abby" is off to become an actor. Could always be found either in 2-105 or at Elainffs porch. He likes singing and being nn the stage but disliked taking the bus to school. ROTC. and pushy teachers. Mr. Charbonneau and Humanities super. Enjoys being with Barbara. ,ww-at tl' CHRISTINE KACZOR "Chris" Enjoys partying and being with everyone. Will always remem- ber her parents' love, understand- ing, and helpfulness. Longest laugh: falling down Profile Roek. Hangout here, there, and every'- where, Tan and Blue. Dying to see Led Zeppelin in eoneert. "Huh'!l Umm, I don't knovvli' 1 , ' .ass-2 ii JOHN F. KING, JR. "Johnny", got peeved at rainy weekends and Mon. mornings. is happy when he gets what he wants and doesnit like being broke. The curfew his parents gave him will long be remembered. Would like to visit Hawaii. Into the Air Foree after NBH. "Vi'hat's up?" l CLAIRE LACOURSE Appreftiated the love, help, and understanding of parents. Falling up the Green House stairs was mortifying. Destined to be a secre- tary, get married and have 10 kids. Is inclined to act lazy and gullible. A journey to Calif. is in the future. "Hi Guy!" Spends her free time with Dave. ---qw ' s 1. ' 19 ' Y QB ' PAMELA ANN KARALEKAS "l"anii', an avid O. N. J. fan. was infamous for her siek jokes. Her seerel vvish is to win an Aeademy Award or be 0. N. .lfs personal seeretary. She has never wanted for anything. thanks to her parents. Tn mllt-ge. Didn't like "the" erovvd. MI.ife should be enjoyed, not endured," Advertising Editor. ANN KOSTKA "Anniei' enjoyed lvvirling for NBH. Friends are very important. One of her best qualities is her honesty. Parenlsi guidanee and understanding mueh appreeiated. Plans on living life to its fullest. On to SMU and a seienee career. N thanks lo Dr. Wilusz' interest. MICHAEL LAFOND MARY JANE LAMBALOT NORMA J EANN E LAPOINTE Spirit Week. Durfee Rally and Sen- ior Lounge were tops, C-luneh shift and the 3rd floor girls' room being loeked were depressing. Mr. Motta and Mrs. Hassey were favor- ites. Seeret wish is to danee yyith Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly. Con- firmed optimist. Aim: daneing teacher. "l'm so eonfused!" CINDY LEE LEIGHTON Cindy is going to college to study theater and drama after NBH. Always enjoyed Ms. Bizzarro's English and Mr. Newman was a trip! Sad when Daveyis not here. Will remember eooking in room at UMass when smoke detector went off. Seeret wish to model in Paris. "Tell me about itf' , yi DENISE LAMONTACNE "Den" aspires to be a nurse-praeti- tioner. Hobbies are tennis and piano but daneing her first love. An exeessive ehatterer whose smile shines. Main Offiee people are ter- rifie! "Oh. dear." All you ean do is your best. To eollege. .'-5 MARIA DE FATIMA LAVADINHO "Fatty" privately dreams of being a professional daneer and eseaping to Bermuda. To be an interpreter in Portugal and spread her good eheer. Supermanl elass was tops beeause be would fly around. Dani-ing, rnusie. and writing oeeupy her outside of sehool. Always in a good mood. .ne 41. itii i fr ti ARTHUR LEMIEUX Occupational Foods was fun because much was learned. Rated number one were Miss Leal. Mr. Allcook and Mr. Mangen. His secret wish is to be rich and own his own- restaurants. To Johnson and Wales College. TV studio also favored. "Oh, boy!" E 2 LORRAINE LANDRY A future seeretary whos inelined to get upset easily. Shortness is ber elaim to fame. Will reminisee about the great times in Ms. Zola' Shorthand and Trans. Can be traeked down on Summer St. Plans to enter the sery iee. -Q 1 I JOAN LAWRENCE ujoanieu hopes to become a nurse and liye happily ever after. The people at NBHS were great but halls were too erowded. Can always be diseoyered between Tan and Blue or in Westport. Chemistry' was erazy with Mr. Coodfellow. lv . . ,. my 3 5 . LINDA LEWIS Ambition is to be a good secretary. Happiest when with Paul. Would love to visit Hawaii. Planning to go to California after graduation. Favorite subject at NBH was Short- hand. Also enjoyed having Mrs. Ayotte for a teacher. DEBORAH J. LANGLOIS "Charlie" intends attending Bur- dette Business Sehool. Spends time playing sports. Will gad about the world after NBll. Liked luneli and Drama Club. Mr. Sykes and Gym. ltalian foods were yummy. "Don't give up on dreams: they 1-an rome true. A' ROBERT LEAVER "Bob" To college to beeome a sei- entist. Says he doesn't have any faults, but sense of humor is best quality. Noted for his big mouth! Math Resouree Center was Bob's plaee to go. Has great admiration for Dr. Wilusz, "Prove itlu BRENDA LIMA ELAINE A. LAPOINTE "Zelu finds iee skating and dane- ing thrilling. Loyed being pres. of Lsherettes. yyorking with all the kids in the nursery during Child Care ll. A hard person to eall for she's always on the phone! Abashed by walking into Green boys' room yyith Carol. To BCC to beeome tl nursery sehool if'L1tXlll'F. LISA A. LEBLANC Lisa enjoys skiing, bowling. and softball but detests show-offs and boring people. Would like to go to eollege to major in computer sei- enee. Likes to hang at the park andy being with Dave. Reealls being eaught alone on Metro in Canada! Loved NBH people. football games! "Whatever. . fi .ii 2 i 5 .si I . Bm. ISABELLIMA "Bela" would find pleasure in going to Hawaii with Tony. 81 f H. is .,y , L . ,f A1 fi'-Q5 , . 5? ix., LINDA L. LIMA "Giggles" enjoyed riding her 10- speed and playing the accordion. Talks with Mr. Peccini were inter- esting. To SMU to become a medi- cal technologist. Will remember her parents for their love and devo- tion. Secret wish: to get fanmail. Also a trip to Italy would be nice. "How gross!" FRANKLIN LOBO "Frankie" always made sense, but no one understood him! Can be found at OLOA but secretly hopes to eventually go to heaven. Will remember good times with Lori. The ladies at NBH were super. Always a clown but good at fixing engines. Wishes luck to his many good NBH friends. PHILIP LIMA "Big Phil's" ambition is to be use- ful. happy, and good. Loves play- ing viola. Hopes to become a mag- nificent violist. Courses, people, opportunities at NBH superior. Latin and Chemistry finest because of Mrs. Baker and Mr. Coodfellow. Find him in Music Dept. "That's that," Ora et labora tpray 81 worki. DANIEL LOPES "Rocky" treasures moments with Evelynn. Mr. Dlouhy made Auto Class fun. Is a CB nut who's mov- ing to L.A. To win a gold medal in boxing at 1980 Olympics is his dream. Be cool and not a fool. Will be entering the service. A l JEFFREY LOPES "Jeff" enjoys football. The Cow- boys are his team. Hopes to travel around the world. Women are his hobby. 82 MARIA LOPES "Mary" is into ballet, yoga, and cooking. Shorthand was enjoyable because of friends and Mrs. Walktzr. Emotional girl who would like to be at peace with herself. Unforgettable when she was hit in face with a dozen eggs. "Enjoy life to its fullest with lots of love." JIM L'ITALIEN "Jim" deplored the rules of NBH, but Printing Class was enjoyable, Mr. Rutkowitz was a favorite. -Dis- appointed when has to work week- end or staying home, Skiing with friends is pleasurable. Will always remember falling off ski lift. To California to become a printer? May retire at 30. IQ 'Ds ti DANNYLOPES Danny would really like to own zi big business and secretly be in the Mafia. Will always remember par- ents for being "great". The NBH girls were wild but the food was savage. "Whatever effort you put into something is what you get out of it." ego R91 i vi i PAUL M. LOPES A triplet who yearns to be a big business tycoon, Finds rain depressing and would rather bc on Martha's Vineyard in the sun. No one is bored when he's around. Appreciates his parents' humor. Turned off by snobby girls. Life is one big game. Going to bc rich and famous. CHRISTINA LIZOTTE "Chris" to study accounting in col- lege. Live in Europe and own a Mercedes is her golden dream, Jol- liest when cheering for NBHS or being on the Swim Team. Always recall great teachers and friends. Don't let the rain come down. "What a buzzardf' "OKI" DWAYNE A. LOPES "Fruit" Ambition is to be a success in communications or to be a psy- chologist. College is coming up next. Thanks Mom for understand- ing and love. Had most fun in His- tory Class. Also loved football and basketball. His challenge is to have more fun than anyone else. .W ,, if xffeei X ix, , C it egayfea,tesa MANUELLOURO Has a passion for music and hits the disco floor on Sat. night. Enters sweepstakes to try to win a tour of the world. ls friendly and impatient for what the future holds. Favorite subject is girleol- ogy. Appreciated his parents' trust and love. "What's up?" DAVID M. LIZOTTE Has enthusiasm for hunting, fish- ing and skating. Never hassled by the machine shop teachers. Laughs when recalls being suspended for playing frisbee, Bad memory for studying for tests. Will scheme to get rich and go to California. The 1:52 bell heavenly to hear. JAMES LOPES SUSAN LOVELL ls inclined to be crazy and talk lots. Couldnit cope with snobs. Mr, Lessoffus Business Behavior was insane. At Newport Creamery or with Mike. Anticipatcs an expedi- tion to Florida. To work. if she can get up in the morning. DAVID LOWREY "Dave" can be found skiing or swimming. Enjoyed Chemistry with Dr. Wilusz and wishes to go on to SMU to become a chemical engineer. Always remember being with Sandy around Sassaquin. J OAN NE MAGAN Ambition to be a nurse. Hobbies are bike riding and shopping. Would love to visit England. Hopes that futire is as happy as her past. Thanks parents for giving her everything she needed to be happy without spoiling her. Loves to sleep late, spend money. Too short! GARY MARDEN CHERYL LYONN AIS "Cher" adored swimming, sailing, dancing, being at beach, talking and eating. Down with SAT'sl Co- Capt. of Swim Team dreams of swimming in Olympics. Won't for- get Mrs. Buckley tswim coachj, sports events, plays, Biology labs. To he phys. therapist. Wishes she could slow down her speech speed. i' 3 x , t 23, '., t I MARIA MACANO "Lena" Blue House Cafeteria before school was great. Would like to visit Acapulco. Jorge was fun to be with. Thanks parents for love, understanding. Lena is on her way to secretarial work. Enjoyed English because of all the laughs. French was also memora- ble. 1 JEFFREY A. MARLOW "jeff" Budding entertainer who stars at imitating famous people. Teen Culture and Mr. Mandly were his favorites at NBH. Roberta and Ed were satisfying company. Hopes for college in Calif., where ht-'ll eontinue doing unusual things froluot dance in cafel. Look out, Los Angelesl CATHERINE LYONS "Cathy" is off to U. Mass. to be an engineer. Mr. Girard's Math class was intriguing. Cashing checks and sewing keep her together. ELLEN MAGNANT Satisfied when with Mario. Dis- turbed when Rosemary is being logical. Secretly wishes to marry a rich man and have lots of kids. Will be remembered for telling sto- ries at lunch. G-lunch shift and cli- ques were disliked. "Really." To college. F . JORGE MARMELO Fond of soccer, swimming and music. His fantasy is to become a rock star. Low grades are disap- pointing. Found resource centers appealing. Plans to enjoy life to the fullest. College in view. MARGARIDA MAGALHAES "Maggie" likes tennis, swimming, badminton. Walking into boys' room was a shocker. Spare moments spent on crocheting. Hopes to see lights of Paris. Typ- ing I and Ms. Zola outstanding. "Oh, reallyli' VERONIQUE MANGE "Vero" Our AFS exchange stu- dent. Loves rcading, skiing. Fond of NBH people, opportunities: not fond of yellow slips, constant hurry. Thought Unified Arts made students close and allowed self- expression. Wants everyone to be friendly. Would like to see San Francisco. College. DIANE MARTIN "Brat" would like to explore the West. Her plants, macrame and piano playing reflect her sensitiv- ity. Mr. Edmundson made History exciting, Yearns to play piano in a club with a hand and write music. May he absent-minded but will never forget Ronnie. Variety is the spice of life. MARIA C. MAGALHAES "Connie" Incurable flirt to pursue career as a legal secretary. Every- one steers clear when she drives! Says Mr. Warren has ability to teach and make you laugh. A trip to Las Vegas would be thrilling. Always involved in other peoplc's problems. To BCC. ROBIN MAN NING Caiinping. hiking. ami isiilkiiig .ire faioritc pustinu-s. inner urge is to lite in gi log l'LllIIlI iii the uooils. Can lie fouutl iii tlie ii--igliliorliuotl. Haul lots of liiuglis in Mr. l'raga s English Class 'cause he's a dynom- ite teacher. llappiest when with Lee. Vtoulnl like to sec .'Xfrit'zi. Hlluys f1lltl't'Ili'.- new . ' 1258 ,Q uf' 2 git U . tit ,.,".f,s .L L 3- 4 jtT-"7-1-if 3 1a'2?:'5g'i1' 'lfaliff-2?-42 x?!ii1?0fi:i!giSi If N lf -Q " Y JEFFREY MARTIN "Burger" can be found skiing. fish- ing, and with Dottie. Always remember falling in snow in court- yard, getting in trouble soph. year. Mr. Borowicz and History were worth his while. Dreams of leaving NBH and riding in a UFO. Possi- bly going into Army. 83 'M lf' MELISSA ANN MARTIN "fVlissy'i enjoys musie and remin- iseing. Is evtremely patient with ehildren and despise-s phonies. eroyydetl hallways and rushing. Found Nlr. Alxes' Aeeounting worthwhile iunior year. Often at fVlonte's Park. Worries about weight hut keeps smiling. College liound to he aeeountant. ELIZABETH MATHIEU "Liz" likes the Beatles and a good book. Wants to live in Canadian Roekies. Has seeret passion to be singer and earyer of wood. Will eternally hate math, stuffy people. Dreams of meeting John Lennon. Oeeanography had a fine teaeher. W ants to attend eollege in Canada. ROBERT MCCARTHY Robert enjoys fishing and Camping along with parties. Parents were great for letting him use the ear. Crowded halls slowed him hut the Traek Team got him going. Means to he sueeessful and see Rome. 84 DEBRA MARTINS DEBORAH ANN MATTHEWS Ambition is to he aeeountant. Pas- times are howling. horseliaek rid- ing. reading. photography. Often found in IMC. Headed for Brigham Young University. Proyo. Utah. Softspoken and shy when teaehers eall on her. hut always fond of Pho- tography and Nlr. Millette. K .,,..,,. . . A I , .,.. fi ,, vf .Q ,..,,.. y 4, . . ROBERT MCCUE MARIA MARTINS intends to heetime an R.N. Music and old movies are her interests. Enjoys being around people. Jun- ior year in Chemistry was the greatest. Would like to travel around the world. "Live the best of eaeh day." CARLEEN MAURA "Car" polished writing skill on "Crimson Courier". Times with Cor and Lynne were hysterical. fVlr, Roseow made Chemistry a snap. Faneies a journey' to Austra- lia. A prospeetiye author. Irritated liy stulihorn people. Always seen in Cold House Cafe. College on the agenda. KERRY MCCRATH Far out singing, traveling with Chorale. Is friendly but talks fast. Has a great zeal for dancing. Detests people who smack their lips when eating. Will undertake eareer as exee. seeretary at BCC. Tends to he stuhhorn. Parents were always there. Yen to be famous. i THERESA MARTINS "Terry" aims for husiness school to heroine a seeretaryx She will always rememher her motheris support and eontinuous advice, Her fantasy is to one day' live in a Newport mansion. She means to get the most out of life and to enjoy' it as mueh as possible. "I d0n't helieye itll' K Mai W at P, 1 as f 4 . 1 .e 1 fd A , , W Q5 1 -E it' L, W MW .. A ' in ' ,ig I . gzggg' - i 1 I . . a f ' Q . . . :.L,gii?3g MARIA MATEUS Treasures her parents' love. Although gullible, is determined to be sueeessful. Seeks hairdresseris eareer at I..aBaron's. DetesLs stay'- ing home and is attraeted to Hawaii. Mr, Vaz's class was lovely. Can always he tracked down at Buttonwood Park. .. in ji . 'rf' COREEN MAURA "Cor" is an avid Beatle fan, Finds Car. Lynne and Liz a lot of fun. Was onee attaeked by a killer parakeet. Dreams of riding a spaee shuttle to the moon and living there. Mr. Roseow was a blast. Will he attending SMU, Likes to play guitar. yy rite songs. MICHAEL MCCARTHY is mv? FRANCES MCHENRY "Fran" wishes to return to nature and Iiye in log eabin. Find her on Tallman St, Being twirled hy' Rein- aldo and dropped was a memorable oeeasion. Didnit find NBH to her liking. Notorious for rowdiness. Distrih, Ed. out of sight. DARREN MCPHERSON "Darren-Maeu will some day' visit California. Spanish with Mr. Baposo was neat. The Core was his home away from home. College hound. "What's up?" DEBBIE MEDEIROS 'Patelv-s" hopes to learn to play drums or guitar. Kellie is a good friend to have. Hung out behind skating rink. No eoin bothered him most. Disliked Rat Patrol at NBH. lVlr, Lima was eool with students. "Alrightl" y y dw, 41 ' ww ,wx . Ry, ff'.Qaff' . lf- it gl? 3 RUSSELL MEEHAN "Russ" hates early risings. Regrets laziness. Annie's Lunch is favorite hangout. Looks forward to camp- ing and motoreyele riding. "Do unto others as you would want them to do unto you." Hwhatll' THOMAS MELLO "Tom" relishes all kinds of sports. Claims to be easy to get along with. Dr. Wilusfs class was terrific. Off to Framingham Slate to major in Economies. "Dense" A nightclub hahitue. Al?- KAREN MEDEIROS Will study Radiology at SML. Aid- ing handicapped kids at sehool was satisfying. Hopes to fly around the world as a stewardess. Famous for doing errands with no slip. Finds homework and 2-faeed people abhorrent. Can be traeed to the tennis eourts or Green House Offiee. ALAN MELANSON Tends to be aeeident-prone. Once took a right turn and ended on the sidewalk. Finds ehild abuse loath- some. ls off to the Air Force and seeks a career in medieal field. The Cheerleaders and sehool spirit were splendid. Food at NBHS doesn't please his palatel Wonder Bowl Whitzl ISABEL MELO "Isy" hopes to fly to far off Paris. Will remember the happy times spent with George and her parents' love. Says Mrs. Mellen is a fine teacher. Going to work. LUIS MEDEIROS "Luigi'i ge-is kit ks playing pinball. floor hoekey. tennis. swimming. Often seen in corridor of D-Block because he liked shops. One goal is to see lndy 500. Will probably go to technical sehool or night Voke. , t-.Inf JOYCE MELLO "Cream Puff" Adored working backstage with Drama Club and going to football parties. Unforget- table dressed as turkey, unable to get through school doors. Loved Mr. Dow's History jokes. Hates working Saturday nights. Found at Bookstore or Buttonwood. Future nurse. -'DNA y..'Uu .cn f 430 iifxv rxx MICHAEL A. MELO "Happy Hawaiian" mortified when his pants ripped in front ofa crowd while playing baseball. A future veterinarian who relishes hunting and fishing. May be shy' but gets along with all. Mr. Sykes and Mr. Goodfellow both stupendous teach- ers. Science oriented. . , . f 'f git 9 3- 'N i 'Qi iii? .- s MAUREEN ANNE MEDEIROS "Moe" aims to be X-ray techni- cian. Easy to get along with. but wateh that temperl Skiing and Miteli make her happy, Befs place was her seeontl home. Found Eng- lish with lVlr. Silva was a fun class. Hopes for eross-eountry trip after NBHS. KARIN MELLO Spending time with daughter, Brandy, and friend Chris is terrific. Seeretly wishes to own home with built-in swimming pool. Parents are the greatest. Thinks there are too many freshmen at NBH. Hopes for a terrific job. Will be remem- bered for making people laugh. "Wicked nieelu SMU for medieal secretary, CHERYL MENARD "Spaz" is happiest when she has not a care in the world. Hopes to be rich and see the world. Liked the peanut-butter eakes at NBH and Mr. Motta's study. Embar- rassed when got caught cheating by Mr. Dow. Never forget lifeguard at Horseneek getting pantsedl New Mexico next. VALERIE MEDEIROS 'ifvladeetlaii Sorry for not gneoui- plishing what she uauted at NBH. Bubba Gomes' eonipany is appreei- ated, Wvill not forget Nlotlier keep- ing her out of trouble in -tliool. The guys are the lrest part of NBH. On to the Air lforee and then eol- lege. To be soeial worker or elliltl psyehologist. MICHAEL MELLO ,M - fe DOREEN MENDES Always has a smile and willingness to help, esp. abused children. Has inclination to open at home for unwanted kids. Appreeiated par- ents' always being there to help. Her specialty is sewing. Thought Mr. Kob7a's elass was insane. Accept people for who not what they are. College in mind. FLORINDA MENDES "F.M." is interested in fashion designing. At her best around men. Claims to have a terrible temper. The time the bottom of her bikini broke was awkward. Does not want to become a bored housewife. Hopes to get over her shyness and be famous in world of fashion. .IANET MILLER "Truck Drivern would like to go to work after NBHS and maybe go to New York. Her secret wish, though, is to become a disco dancer. Being short really bugged her. Nailbiting's her bad habit. Liked NBH activities, Science and Mr. Saltzman's Math. Boating's her hobby. STEVEN MOLDIN "Steve" is on his way to college to become shrink. Denies breaking anything in chemistry labs. Both- ered by teachers who don't teach. The food fights at lunch were amusing, Hopes to live to ripe old age, gain esteem, wealth and hap- piness. Quiet, tranquil college will make him less high-strung. JULIETA MENESES "Julie" is pleased playing soccer or baseball. Hopes to become a L.P.N. Friendliness is her no. 1 quality. Students at NBH were first rate. Spilling milk over herself was an eye-catcher. "Wickedl" Diman Voke next. ALLEN E. MILLS Future marine biologist whose hobby is females. Fantasizes becoming a rock star but will prob- ably go to college instead. Bring on the girls and a successful life. DONNA MONIZ Find her with Fred and that blue '65 Chevy van. Peeved by Van Club and 5:30 rising. Ashamed of her consmnt complaining. Found freshman year and Mr. Motta's study funniest. Wishes she had more patience. NBH was not her favorite plaec. "Such is life." DONALD MENEZES "Don" going to Hampden College of Pharmacy. Dreams to be famous actor. Enamored of all Drama Club productions. Ground Round and 3- 316 are comfortable havens. Foot- ball and Mr. Keith OK. Pet peeve: Boyfriend speech. Had fun in rowdy lunch shifts. Has a great sense of humor. KENNETH JOSEPH MINGOLA "Mingo'l is off to the ARMY. Aims to be an aviator. Secretly desires to be an astronaut and visit another planet. Embarrassed when tried to instruct a class. Can be seen in JROTC. Loves dancing and hates unprofessionals. Admired CSM Lima, enjoyed Marksmanship. KAREN MESSIER Wishes to be a Broadway star and won't settle for less. Mr. Charbon- neau's dry humor Qi made her laugh. Secret wish is to become Peter Pan, go to Never Never Land, be 12 years old again. Jr. and Sr. years greatest because Don always listened to her problems. "You may forget me, but you'll hear from me again!" VIVIAN L. MINGOLA "Mingy,' Athletic nut who had to give up softball for dislocated ankle. Means to marry money, have lots of kids. Can't tell a good joke, but smiles when going's rough. Loved English, Mr. Fraga, Masquerade Day, rallies. Hopes to attend Burdett, be great accountant along with brother Barry. JANICE MIGUEL "Curly" Her leisure's full ol ten- nis. dancing. tolleyball, basketball. Seen in Blue Cafeteria or M4'Dt1IldlflAS. Friends say her laughs unforgettable. Wants to see Portugal. become secreuary. 'cause shorthand is fun. Success is her goal. ROSA MOCO Hopes to be a bank teller. Listens to music in her leisure. Fantasy is to become rich. Has great admira- tion for Mr. Fraga. Disappointed NBH didnit have an open campus. Inner urge is to visit Hawaii or Paris. MERCEDES MONTEIRO "Cherir" enjoyed being with Car- minda. To be a registered nurse after NBHS. Thought NBH had good selection of courses. Mr. Pepin gets her approbation. Wishes she wouldn't say things at wrong time. Going to college in Boston. "Oh, my goodness!" MARK MORAD Partying, sports, hanging out at Annie's are his hobbies, Appreci- ated good looking girls, nice teach- ers at NBH. Fun in Woodshop and Archery. Says he has good person- ality but had temper. BCC after NBH. Aim is to be wealthy in Cali- fornia. "Catch you laterf, KENNY MORGADO Not being able to talk in study bothered him. To visit California in thc future. Secret wish is to get a ride in a UFO. Being with Dawn made him happy, "Take it as it comes, but donit expect too muchf, To Rhode Island Trade School. J EFF MORRIS "Dr, I." really enjoyed being in Cathy's company. Most noted for telling it like it is. Would like to be rich and famous and if he does he would like to go to Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas. To be a rock star would be the ultimate. Hates plas- tic people. "That's life." 1 TAD MORRIS Tad will become accountant. Girls are his chief interest. the dump his hangout. Football was the greatest at NBH, but History and Mr, Gill not bad. "Viciousl" 'I' 4.27 X JAMES MORRISON "Jim" Interests are skiing. driving, football, hockey. A quiet, easy- going guy, but forgets names and faces. NBH gym and shops were dynamiteg yellow slips, detention were the pits. Hangs out at Com- mon Park, always has a girl friend. Will probably own a fishing boat, live in Calif. l ii A I , ww. KATHERINE MICHAEL NELSON NANOPOULOS "Kathy" will always remember Mr. Keith and Dr. Wilusz as the greatest. Enjoyed being History Club president for two years. Often heard saying, "Like I care" or "Whoa baby." Can be found under trees or at the Ground Round. Secret wish to make trees talk. "Little strokes fell great oaks." ,Hg ANN NORMANDIN "Annie" likes working with chil- dren. Hopes to work in a nursery. Happy when making someone else happy. Always smiling or laughing. Belicvcs in living day by day and getting the most you can out of life. Had good times in Mr. Fraga's English Class. "No-sa, really?" DEBRA J. NUNES RICHARD NELSON "Pugsly" doesn't like to be alone so he goes to lots of parties and football games. Could be found running track or at the Sail Loft. Cookie Monster for Spirit Week in 77. After NBH he hopes to go to college to become a Certified Pub- lic Accountant. "When l was a lit- tle lyke." RUI N UNES RAY C. MORRISON II "Wildman" found freedom in 116. Would relish a visit to an all- girls college. Driving home after hitting a telephone pole was degrading. An ocean-view log cabin with a sound room is his Utopia. Devotes his time to work- ing on cars and girls. ls available at Churchill Shores. "Let it be." DONNA NEVES "All American Queen" Favored pastime is twirling for NBH Major- ettes. Enamored of football and Lunch. Never forget friendship of Mr. McAfee and Mr. Silva. To be rich, famous. Would prefer to be astronomer and watch stars from the sand of Hawaii. "This is the pits." MARTIN JOSEPH NOVIA "Marty" happy when playing ten- nis and diving. Likes fast food, fast women and fast cars. Hates people with no direction and sense of humor. Hopes to be executive vice- president of Vijay Film Co. and own a Ferrari 512 BB. "Life is but a physical dream in which we all play a mental part." MIKE MULRUY "Mully" is destined to be a marine biologist. A trip to Florida is in the future but SMU will do for now. Has a secret passion to be cham- pion slalom and trick skier. "Oh, babyl" Water skiing and sailing are his hobbies. Geometry with Ms. Howard was funny. BRUCE S. NICELY, JR. Leathercraft, music and being with ,ludy are his favorite things. Would like to go to California some day. He liked Unified Arts but not being able to leave campus during lunch wasn't too cool. Secret wish is to become a rock Star. "Take what you can while you can get it." ROBIN OFF LEY "Big B" will be joining Marines. Enjoys sports especially hockey, and being with Ronnie. Thanks her parents for their understanding. Didn't find anything at NBHS interesting except for Black His- tory because she could express her feelings, "Why don't you watch it? Alright." .I AMES OKOLSKI Je!! ' VANESSA ONOFREY "Nessa" Future nurse. She will remember her parents' love and concern, Likes making others happy and is saddest when alone. Will never forget falling in hole between Green and Gold. She would like to visit Colorado with Jeff. "That's life." SILVIA ORTIZ "iNini" hates hurting people un- knowingly. Aspires to be a LPN. Had fun in pool with Lilly. Reinenibers slipping in the shower room. Faxorite pastime: going lo the moxies. Hopes to truicl to Puerto Rico .mil New Mexico. ls tl in-ri quiet girl, lell me about it, 88 :sf , DEBBIE OLIVEIRA Dancing, listening to records her favorites. Adored new people at NBH, Mr. Kelly's class, because you could talk freely. Mrs. Walk- er's room a cozy hangout. Has "Saturday Night Fever" about the Bee-Gees. Flips over typing and shorthand, so is going to business school to be legal secretary. "Chello." MARILYN ORTEGA Marilyn is headed to Florida after NBH. Happiest when with Tom Botelho. Her ambition is to be an airline stewardess. Likes going out and hates being home. Favorite teacher: Mrs. Kallevik. Means to succeed in life. l KEVIN OUIMET "Omagaman" Happiest when he has no homework. Would love to visit Colorado but for now can be found inside Tan and Blue Cafe. Liked the gym and pool at NBH. Was embarrassed when he got a flat tire and his girl pulled up behind him. "You got it." MARIA A. OLIVEIRA ROBERT ORTEGA Playing guitar, pool and ping pong intrigue him most. Buttonwood Park's his place, lunch and History his subjects. Despiscd detentions. Feels he owes his parents a great deal. Air Force is his destination, pilot his goal. "Puerto Rican powerlw ANTONIO M. PACHECO "Toni" is enthusiastic about thc girls, Algebra and Data Processing at NBH. The rules bugged him! His futurc's in doubt but may include a trip to japan. --ti sw. MARIA J. OLIVEIRA "Julie" likes music and going to parties. Most noted for making people laugh. She is college bound and hopes to become a secretary. Liked swimming in NBH pool. Would like to visit cousins in Paris. "Hi." EDGAR ORTIZ Hopes to go to art school and become a successful artist. Gossips get to him. Will always remember his mother for being the best there is. His worst fault is procrastina- tion. Miss Blake was a favorite. A hangup is never being able to say H N HO A "Fx i , Y 1 is :ai E?" .. . K -., . at - DAVID PACHECO LAURIE OLIVER Swimming, tennis, horseback rid- ing favorite activities. Happiest when at rock concerts. Sgt. Pepper Lonely Hearts Club Band the great- est. Would like to become a nurse. Dreams of camping and hiking in the mountains. Makes friends eas- ily and is sad when not with them. "Unreal." PROVIDENCIA ORTIZ "Panni" enjoys shorthand and wants to be a court stenographer. Miss Allen's class the best. Happi- est when in church. Hopes to visit Florida and Puerto Rico. Her best quality is her understanding per- sonality. "Oh, manlu Always in RO area and on JROTC Drill Team. E 5 ' GLENN MATTHEW PACHECO Glenn would like to earn a degree in marine biology and live off the occan, Getting up in the mornings was a real bummer. To ski the Alps is his secret wish. "If you snooze, you lose." Fond of band trips. pool. skiing, playing his sax. Head- ing for college and the mountains. 3' LIBERAL PACHECO "Lib" often is found playing sports. Hated early risings. Has great admiration for Mrs. Hassey and Mr. Roscow. Can be found at Hazelwood Park with friends. Off to college. GLEN PARKER "Cool Breeze" intends to be an officer of the law. Sports and party- ing are top two. Deplored Monday mornings. Notorious for being crazy, having fun. Never away from Smugglers or his Firebird. Off to the Navy. "Whats wrong with you!" Wonders why we are here7f' -vi CHRISTINE PEDRO "Tina" enjoys cruising the back- roads. Usually at Mr-llo's fNorth Endl. Noted for not studying for tests. then passing theml Mr. Bis- eari was super, but she still ean't talk French after 3 years. Mrs. Dig- gle, Algebra ll, Jimmy, parties, Horst-neck Beach are faves. To col- lege. naturally! A. X- MARIA PACHECO "Pez-1chie" enjoys sewing, swim- ming and riding around. Happiest in Mrs. Laflamme's Eng. Disliked NBH lunches and homework. Her hangup is being so shy and quiet with new people. Will remember the fun things she did with parents. "To each his own." PETER PARKIN MICHAEL PELCZARSKI "Miki-'i plans to cure all known diseases and find peace for man- kind. but college is first. Enjoys swimming, photography', skiing, and contemplating the universe. Urgent need for summer house on the Riviera, a scat on the Stock Exchange, and sizeable Swiss bank account. Noted for humor for lack of it?j. MIKE PANAGAKOS Mike wants to be wicked rich and infamous. So far he has no out- standing virtue but he's sure to develop one. Can be found in Hazelwood Park. He is college bound with a possible major in Chemistry. Never woke up before D period. "0h." CYNTHIA PATISTEA "Cindy" likes to draw and write poems. Her secret wish is to live in Switzerland. Will remember her father's sense of humor and her mother thinking she was a doctor. After NBHS she would like to be a textile designer. PEDRO PELICAS "Genius" is known for his walk, smile and kisses. Likes to bother girls at NBHS. Hopes to visit Brazil and Mediterranean countries. Aims to be an engineer. Hangs out at the Arcade. Thinks hc-'s perfect. Favors soccer and politics. DOREEN PARADIS Softball, bowling and swimming are her favorite activities. If she could change one thing about her- self, she would be more outgoing. Mr. Edmundson and his History Class were the best because he was never boring! Teachers' pets are her pet peeve. "M-a-nl" . M. ,.. f l JEAN PATYKULA Chemistry and Mr. Kobza were favorites, so a nursing career would please. Conceited people really bother her. Happiest when with friends in Blue Cafe. Was embarrassed when she was walking backwards and fell into some gar- bage cans. "Oh, yea!" Hopefully SMU. LINDA PELLETIER Adores dancing: happiest when at a disco or with Alan. Plans to marry and have an acting or mod- eling eareer. She'll miss her friends at NBH and the fun in Drama Club. Most noted for wise- cracks and having the last word. "I don't understand!" College next. JOSEPH PARDA "Joe" wants to see the world, espe- cially the Virgin lslands. He is a Led Zeppelin fan. After graduation plans to work. Girls were his hobby. ELLIOT PAVAO M . ..,, . is DONNA M. PENLER "lrish', revels in riding her horse, camping, hiking, and drawing. Happiest when with Charles W. Favorite hangout in Aeushnet and Long Pond. Would most like to visit England and one day he a member of the US Equestrian Team. Most noted for long red hair. After NBH, art school or rid- ing academy. 89 MARIE PEPIN Marie will always remember falling down the stairs in D-liloek. She doesnil like people who lie. Mr. Keith is her favorite teaeher though she also liked Mr. li. She liked Traek and hated study halls. Ulf to 1-ollege. "live life to the ftil- lest but dont luirt anyone un the wayfi DAVID M. PERRY "Hoon" will remember Mr. Good- lellow's lltli grade Chemistry Class bt-eause of friendly atmos- phere. Happy with friends but dis- liked 1-Iiques. St't'I't'l wish will reinain a seerel wish. Would like to xisit lfurupe. iliraek parties were his fate thing at NIIHS. "Oh ,.. yn-ali. MARIO PIMENTEL "Cl:-aksv is happiest when travel- ing and hopes to visit Aeapuleo. Loves swimming, boating and fish- ing. Teen Culture and Mr. Longo were favorites. After NBH it's off to the National Guard and hopes to one day be a polieeman. 90 EIRMINA V. PEREIRA "Minitai' enjoys drawing and musie. She would like to go to SMU to beeome a genetieist. Favorite person to be with was Tino. Visiting Brazil would be niee. Drama Club plays and Mr. Arau- jo's Portuguese were enchanting. "Exidenternc-nie." RICHARD PERZENTZ "Riek" will always remember his parents for asking him if his home- work was done. Working in the woods was a good pastime. A trip to Los Angeles is expected in the future, To work on a lobster boat after high sehool. l EDDIE PINA "Cat" liked the glory of being a Senior. Most noted for his green eyes. Being with Dell made him happy. Parents' love will be remembered. Black History out of sight. Hollywood trip in his future. To beeome a male model is his ambition. "I hate you, Burr." PAUL PEREIRA Paul liked meeting all the people at NBHS. Ile enjoyed playing base- ball and going to Sniuggler's. Dis- tributive l'id. was dynamilel Texas intrigues him. ROSEMARY PET ERNEL "Rosaleitta" enjoyed getting out at l:00. Hopes to make 100 grand a year ur to marry a tall blonde with lots of money. Will reeall being known as one of Charlitfs Angels at basketball eamp. Can be found at Buttonwood Park or Smugglt-r's. Happiest with the whole gang. Future lawyer or aeeountant. "What a bore!" LAURANCE PINA l..y I SUSAN LYNNE PEREIRA "Susie" will be nostalgie for NBII teaehers. aetivities, friends, foot- ball games. rallies, elubs. Red Sox and daneing rate high, Most admired were Mr, Kelly' and Mrs. Walker, but all elasses were fun. Likes- to laugh. make others laugh. Indeeisixe even when she has made a deeisionl .,.....- CYNTHIA PIMENTAL "Cindy" is off to Kinyon-Campbell Business Sehuol and hopes to beeome an aeeountant. Will remember mom for asking if home- work was done. Portuguese with Mr. Araujo was a fayorite heeause he made it fun to learn. Visiting Europe would be thrilling. THOMAS PINA "Hoe" plays basketball and foot- ball. Hated earliness of school, but thought NBH had some good choices. Foods Class and Mr. All- eoek were outstanding. Usually in territory' between Tan and Blue. Means to join the Air Force or off to Boston State U. to be a lawyer. "rt," ANN-MARIE PERRY Lined meeting new people at NBH. A future seeretary. so Miss Zola's Shorthand and 'I'ypingkClass was fun. Snobs and eoiieeited peo- ple bother her. Tennis Team was a fatoriti- aeliyity, Hopes tu one day visit lfngland again, Uwviekeilli' TRACY PIMENTAL Always smiling, espeeially with Eddie. Wants to be Mrs. Gomez and see Puerto Rieo. Grateful for parents' eoneern. lrked by phony people. Ambition is to work with ehildren tChild Care her best sub- jeetl. "Yo tengo hombrelu VALERIE PINA Happiest when out of school with friends. Hopes to one day be rich and tour the world. ,live guys turn her off. Parents' understanding and love will be remembered. She likes to party and believes in enjoy- ing life. "Yea, sure." l FERNANDO PINTO "Freddy" liked making new friends at NBH. Also enjoyed soc- cer. Could be found at Hazelwood Park or B-core. Had great admira- tion for Dr. Wilusz.'Will remember parents for telling him to be home early. "You only go through life once, so make it worth living." "Ya, right." JEFFREY PINTO JANE, POITRAS Not a NBHS fan: annoyed by rules, jocks, faculty. Preferred Lot I3 and Bookstore for socializing. Child Care and English with Mr. Sykes were dynamite. Will go to college, own a Mercedes sports car, and teach young children. Noted for her sense of humor and making people laugh. LISA POULOS "Julius" is off to college to become a doctor in marine biology. Her secret wish is to become famous, get loads of money and buy an island in the South Pacific. Happi- est when listening to music and with Tracz and Cusson. Liked the teachers at NBHS, especially Dr. Wilusz and Mr. Girard. "Oh, brotherlw ANNE MARIE POLICARPO Anne Marie is headed for college and one day hopes to go to Monte Carlo. Hated the rules at NBH. Known for ber smile. Will remem- ber the times with Tom. Mr. Edmundson was tops. Parents' love and understanding was ter- rific. Being too gullible was a prob- lem. Bee Gees fan. w 'ZZ l tt CURTIS PIRES "Curly" enjoyed being on the Crimson Couirier, Most noted for spending money on football cards. Mr. Keith's Biology Class was fun. Would deeply like to become a New York Times sports reporter. "Have fun because you live once." Temple University is a possibility. KELLY J. PONTE "Kanga" hopes to be a profes- sional pilot. Would like to visit Egypt. Her secret wish is to rob a bank in the West. Can be found at Smuggler's. Enjoyed Mr. Girard's class. Favorite pastime is growing edible plants. To California. VICTORIA POULOS "Vic" could be found walking on second floor around the core. She enjoyed playing the violin at NBHS musicals. Almost opening the bath- room door on a teacher was a funny experience. Crowded hall- ways bothered her. To visit Greece would be her idea of a dream trip. "Yah, right." ALLISON PRAGANA "Al" really enjoyed being a cheer- leader. Spirit Week, football games and rallies will never be forgotten. Can be found in the Core or in the gym. To be a gymnast in the 1980 Olympics would be a dream come true. "Love all, trust a few, and do wrong to no one" is her philoso- phy. "OK.,' LORI ANN PITTSLEY MARIA PONTE "Mary Jo" To become flight attendant. Enjoys dancing, bikerid- ing. Often seen at the Danmouth Mall or Blue Cafe. Will always remember falling halfway down NBH stairs. Noted for constant smiling. Disappointed that NBH didn't have open campus for Sen- iors. Business school next, PATRICIA QUAIL MARILYN PLUMMER "Mal" Most noted for her voiceg writing and making music favorite pastimes. Mr. l..angelotti's '78 class was riot. She likes helping others and secretly wishes to become a music teacher. Enjoys being with Mark and making music with him. "Totally" WANDA PONTE A future teacher, her philosophy of life is that everybody should try to be happy. Senior Lounge, lunch and partying with friends makes her happy. People who think they are better than everyone else bother her. Parents' caring and understanding worth remember- ing. "Alright." , 1 I FELICIA S. QUILES "Flea", who's known for her silli- ness, liked Mr. Raposo's class because she thought he was a trip. She would like to see Puerto Rico. To be an RN. after NBHS is her goal. "Enjoy" "Hit it." Her fan- tasy is to watch cartoons all day. 91 CHERYL RACINE "Chae" hopes to be legal secretary. Parents deserve gold medal for their understanding. lntends to visit Michigan. Conceited people. thumbs down. Mr. Biscari, Mr. Pepin were dyna- Silva and Mr. mite. Bowling is her thing. Her blue eyes and her personality are outstanding. s. - , L, .37 DEBORAH MARIE RAPOSA "Debbie" To school to be a legal secretary. Dreams of traveling around the world. Homework, yel- low slips, and studies were a drag. Pool was far out. Really respected Mr. Walsh and Ms. Allen. Snobby people were Debbie's pet peeve. "No, really!" GEORGE REED Leisure spent drawing. Hated get- ting up for school, but Mr. Kelly, Mr. Robbins and Mr. Dlouhy were decent guys. His habit of always being late is bothersome. English was OK because of friends. Fond of spending time with Isabel. VICTOR RAFAEL "Vic" found girls the only things worthwhile at NBH. His goal is to become a commercial designer. Happy spending time with friends. Fun time in Biology because of the dissections. Hopes to one day visit Japan. An Aerosmith freak. MARIA H. RAPOSO Leisure spent drawing. Snobs are the pits. Enjoys spending time with children and friends. Mary Jo's friendship precious. Known for her shyness and shortness. Des- tined to marry and have kids. "Really." PAMELA RAMOS "Pam" off to college for child psy- chology. Dreams of world travel. The students at NBH were great, but snobs were a drag. Known for partying and being quiet. Will remember parents for support. Pam believes in "Living life to the fullest." MARIA J. RAPOSO "Mary Joi' will fly friendly skies as a stew to Hawaii. Blushed intensely when she fell on the street in the snow. Will not reveal her secret. Fond of drawing. Enjoys spending time with children. "Oh, shucks!" Gymnastics are a special love. MARIA REGO MARTHA S. REID College bound. Noted for efferves- cent manner and optimistic view- point on life. Enjoyed tennis. field hockey and musicals at NBH. Aims to live free from pressures and obligations. Secret wish: not to say good-bye. "Efil can only be understood backwards, but it must be lived forwards." RUSSELL J. RAMOS "Baby Hulk" Fond of telling sto- ries and taking long walks. His fan- tasy is to become an actor. Remem- bered for his tall tales. The shining sun has the power to make him happy. A beach person. .IOANNE RAYMOND Disappointed because she is not rich and famous. Satisfied when spending time with James. Fond of the male minority Seniors of ,77- '78 year. A future interior designer. Mr. Ed had unique way of making you sit up and listen to history. Probably to college next year. PHYLLIS RAPHAEL Drawing, bowling, softball are a few of her favorites. Hopes to feel Hawaiian sun. Fred's company is appreciated. Parents' love, under- standing is not overlooked. Would like to work with handicapped chil- dren. Mr. Kobza's Chem. Class was the greatest. On to college. .IOE REBELLO Joe finds hockey an invigorating pastime. People say he's fun to get along with. Find him at Centro Luzo Club. Mr. Warrenis class was super. To work after NBH. Likes soccer and girls. MARIA RESENDES PATRICIA REYNOLDS "Theresa" finds noisy people dis- turhing. Cherishes time spent with Rick. Thinks parents are tops. Tan courtyard and Cayleis house were second homes. Wearing a diaper to Halloween party was an eye opener. Sees marriage and twelve kids in her future. A future secre- tary. "No way!" -t i PETER RIBEIRO Sports is his top interest. Found at second-floor Gold House. Chemis- try Class was humorous due to Mr. Roscow. Philosophy is to take it as it comes and not plan ahead. To SMU. DEBRA ROBERTS "Debbie" would like to be a social worker, work with children. Dis- likes being ealled Debra. Has inci- dent of getting sick in Biology when dissecting fish always in mind. Noted for shortness. Mr, Goodfellow's humor was interest- ing. College bound. "Rightl" 1 E . SHARON ROCK "Rock" liked History and Mr. Sykes' English. Despised deten- tions and early waking for sehool. Wishes for a future with Wayne, whether in Hawaii or Florida. CYNTHIA RIJO 'UK LEN ROBERTS "Lizard Man" turned off by snobby girls. Aims to be successful and see Switzerland. Notorious for being crazy. Mr. Roseow's humor was far out. To Mass. Maritime Academy or college. "Life ain't no bowl of cherries. so why spit the pits at me?" A ladies' man. RICHARD RODERICK "Dicky" is happiest when making money. Sense of humor is one of his best qualities. Enjoys being with best friend, Steve. Dreams of marrying Indian woman and set- tling down. Noted for always rap- ping with girls. Off to L.A. to work. JOSEPH RIVEIRA DIANNE M. ROBILLARD "Dee" headed for career in engi- neering. Being a new Senior and not knowing anyone was the worst. Dreams of being pro surfer. Water skiing was super. Dee can be found at Long Pond. To college and Cali- fornia. ri-Es 1- BARBARA ANN RODERIQUES "Barb" most noted for being petite. Thanks her parents for love and support, Happiest with Mike in New York. Would like to travel to Aeapuleo in a 2602. Hopes to seek Civil Service position. Enjoyed Mr. Par'heCo's elass. Can be found at Smuggler's. Future computer operator. "Have a good one!" EMERIDA RIVERA "Bily" disappointed with low grades. Provi has been a good friend. NBH's business courses were great but the food needs improvement. Off to college to become medical secretary. Wants to be happy and enjoy life. Will devote herself to the Lord. MARION ROCHA Dancing and just humming around were agreeable. Finds term papers irritating. Thought of as friendly and able to make people smile. Seams coming apart during a per- formance was hlushmaking. Mar- ion looks for excitement in life. "Take care." BRENDA RODRIGUES "Bren" is turned off by phonies. Enjoys making others happy. Known by all to he outgoing and generous. Described as having freckles and long hair. Wishes she weren't so self-conscious. Hopes to attend Police Aeademy, be wealthy. "Life's what you make il... NELIDA P. RIVERA Plans to move to Puerto Rico after NBH and continue studies in nurs- ing. Enjoys being around people and remembered for her friendli- ness. LYNDA ROCK "Seal" is a dedicated member of the Tigger Abuse Committee. Plaid shirts are her trademark. Flammy's Jr. English Class was tops. Admits to being somewhat clumsy. New Year's Eve at Luey's was memora- ble. Satisfied when with Dave. "Tigger." ,,,... ' MARY RODRIGUES Known as No. 1 Red Sox fan. Happy playing softball, swimming or singing. Fantasy: own TR-7 and live on Redondo Beach with some- one speeial, Happiest moment at NBH was finally being a SENIOR. Couldift take study teachers say- ing, "Get busy, people." Soph. Biology was wieked good. Potential phys. therapist. 93 Msn MANUEL Roomooas, JR. "Manny" Pushy freshmen and unneeessary rules were a drag. Mr. Gill and luneh no. l, Can be found with Sue or playing ehess. Known for being short. Seeing Hawaii would he super. "Say whatfl" STEVE ROSE Steye likes sports, parties and spending money. Found in audito- rium lobby or at the Sail Loft. Plans to own a new' .laguar XKE and buy Playboy industries after college. Best known for his mod- esty. "Basieally." RAYMOND ROY "Big Foot's" favorite pastime is watching the girls at the beach. Hardworking when he wants to be. Dreams of becoming a millionaire. Lunch and pool were best parts of NBH. Hopes to become a chef, so he romped through Occ, Foods. 94 COLLEEN M. ROGERS "Squirrel" ran be found at the Bookstore. daneing. or eruising. lVls. Leal. Mr. Paeheeo. and work- ing in Blue Uffiee were great. Bound for eollege and work in the eomputer field. Dreams of a blaek Trans-Am driying to Las Vegas. "Yah, rightlu J EAN ROSSI Converts, swimming and horse- back riding are main interests. Happy with .limmy and having fun. Wishes to live in log eabin and to marry. Mourned early risings and NBH's eoat rule. Annoyed with phonies. To the LaBaron Hair- dressing Sehool, HEIDI RUETER Her ability to persevere is best quality. Likes running, reading. Yearns for year going through Europe and meeting people. Appreciate-s support from Mom. Being mistaken for a guy and almost being picked up by gay guy was most hilarious. Unified Arts was special: all were as Crazy' as Heidi! t RAYMOND ROMANOSKI Homo aims to be in the Lb. Navy Drill Team in Washington. D.C. Claims to haye a big mouth. Dreams of owning a priyate island estate. Embarrassed when he went to a party three hours late. History Club was the greatest but Col. Napoli and Ms. Wilde turned him off. "Exeu-u-u-use mel" LISA ROUNSEVILLE "Sarge" adored eheering for NBH. Thankful for laughter and loye shared with Erie. Parents deserye gold medal for their earing and rides. Known for sentimentality and her uneontrollable tears. Wanted to hide when she yelled out "Senior" at rally junior year. Destined to ride in Ambassador '68. "Ready'?i' EDWARD RUGGERI JEANETTE ROSE Hflamly" enjoys dant ing and meet- ing new people. Notorious for almost being late. intends to be rieh. Will reineinlier lladis "rule-si' and Momis understanding. Noted for her big smile. fihemistry was fine due to the experiments done without teaehet' knowing. To eol- lege after NHH. "Alright, l like itlii DONNA ROUSSELLE Fond of horsebaek riding. reading and eruising. Dynamite times spent with Randy. Caught peopleis attention when she walked through park in old fashioned elothes. Known for her blonde streaked-out hair. Liked the variety of people at NBH but disliked housemasters. "Hey, whats-yer turns you on." MICHAEL RUSSO "Mit-key"' enjoys all kinds of sports and working with kids. Hopes to see heaehes of California for the girls. Will reeall getting eaught forging a yellow slip. Known for playing tennis. On to college. "Live for today, beeause the future is now." KATHLEEN ROSE "Kathy" Skiing. partying. eanoe- ing amuse her. Fond of Typing. Mr. Sy kes' linglish and double hineh shift. lfun with Mauriee and Sue. To Kinyon-Campbell Sehool :sth she ean be professional typist. l PAUL ROY Says he is helpful but indeeisiye. Peeyed when some make fun of others. Terin papers and erowded halls were the pits. Psyehology enjoyable beeause of diseussions. Mr. Roseow a fayorite. Belieyes you won't be bothered if you leave others alone. "Whatever turns you on," ROSEMARIE RUSSO Her small eyes make her uneom- fortable. Would like to see the world with family, Hopes to start expedition with Hawaii. Fun times with Joe. Choeolate and peanut butter eake w'as only' good part of the lunehes. Talkative habit will not be forgotten. "Thanks, Mom and Dad." KEVIN RYAN I . .rf BARRY SANTOS "Sams" is in ecstasy' when sur- rounded by beautiful girls. Will seek fun and pleasure in Bermu- da's sun. ,M-Q.. JEAN SAUNDERS "Bean" Good times spcnt partying with friends. Wants to travel and make home away from NB. Dreams of living in a country house, own- ing horses and maybe having chile dren. Must see Italy and Ireland. Sleep hits her hardest in the A.M. Going to work brings tears to her eyes. "Whats up?" X .yt 14 iif ef PATRICIA RYAN "Pat'i Gaines. rallies. and parties were dynamite. Mr. Yaz and his Algebra were uttlu'lievable. Home- work. prejudice at NBH were a drag. Pat hopes one day to leave NB and ncxer return. Times with Mark uexer to be forgotten. "Hey, Dude!" To be psychiatric nurse. DIANA SANTOS "DeeDee" abhors snobs. The Ori- ent and Philippines intrigue her, but is happiest on Cape God. She desires to become extremely rich and own a Continental Mark V. Found Mrs. Chooporian under- standing and a good teacher. "You're kidding." STAFFORD SAUNDERS "Bear" Notorious for his size and flicking his eyebrows. Sneaking ambition to be friends with Rose- mary. Aims to become automotive designer, go to Michigan and own B and B Porsche Turbo. RUSSELL JOHN RYBKA "Shotgun" A Future bioehemist is known for his sense of humor, Fond of spending time with Ann. Hopes to see Swiss scenery. Most fun in Mr. K4-ith's Biology because he tried to clectrocutc Russ. A track man who always went crazy during finals. "Buzzardl" . ,f ' f ' t K f 1 ff . If , at ...fl ISABEL SANTOS "Izzy" loves listening to music and daydreaming. She enjoyed every- thing about NBH. Hawaii is the place she would like to see. and she secretly longs to be famous. Says her teachers were all nice. especially in Accounting. Future executive secretary. JACQUELINE SAVARIA "Jackie" feels happiest when she's with Louie. Her favorite pastimes are reading and hooking rugs. In the morning, she could always be found in Mrs. Duarte's homeroom. Jackie likes to take one thing at a time and enjoy life. Will be an accountant. f 5 A . .. a I JOSEPH SABINO To be a famous journalist is .lost-ph's great ambition. Working on the Crimson Courier staff was a reyelalion. joe is a fan of baseball. football and basketball. "That's the hreaks of life." PAUL SARDINHA Either in Music Dept. or at beach. Fun friends were Karen, Donald. Cliff. Barbra. Linda. Plays. con- certs, Drama Club meant most at NBH. Relaxes playing piano, eat' ing lasagna. Motherls hard work gratifying. To Brigham Young U. in Utah to study for music teacher. Oh. to be sliml -QQ 'Ya ROBERT SCHARD "Bob" really likes diving and act- ing, but can't stand snobs. Incredi- ble memories of Mr. Goodfellow's Chemistry, Swim Team, and the Drama Club. Bob likes to spend spare time at Ground Round. Will attend college. go to NY, become a Broadway star. "Come on." LISA SAMANICA Lee hopes to be a hair stylist and driye a black Trans-.-Xin. Dreams of an ideal date with Syl' ycstcr Stallone. Parties al Brook- lawn with Mike and Paul. History with Mr. Motta was crazy. Summer is delightful. "Excellent" PAUL SARMENTO The things that really bugged Paul about NBHS were conduct cards and 9th periods. Hr-is a pool shark and enjoys sports like soccer. foot- ball and hockey. To a trade school to become an electronic engineer. 91 JULIE SEQUEIRA "Jule" is thankful for hcr parents' love. understanding. Could hardly wait for the 1:52 bell. Tests and term papers the pits. However, Mrs. Duarte was AOK. Frank's her man. Marriage or work next? "Take life slow and enjoy it, 'cause it's beautiful." 95 JAN SEVIGNY "Jam" Football and hoekey games and Spirit Week at NBH were No. T. Mr. Kobxa and Chemistry Class were great. Off to college for spe- eial ed. Can he found al the Book- store with friends. .lan's fantasy is to have hlinkers on her ear. "Oh, that's nieef' BARBARA SHANKS i'Barlf' wishes there werenlt so many students so she could meet exeryonel She likes to laugh, but says the wrong things sometimes. Barbara liked luneh and study halls. Doesn't go for teaehers' pets. "Really" Physieal Therapy in her future. GAIL SHEPARD "Adam" loves musie and daneing. Hates people who put on a false front. Hopes she'll always judge by whatls inside not outside others. A football fan. Thought Erik Estrada and Peter Frampton wieked good. Moans that she never pleases any- one. To work after graduation. AUREA SILVA "Couz" To heeome a medieal see- retary. Enjoys listening to musie, partying, being with friends. Likes swimming hut was slightly emhar- rassed when bikini fell off. Look- ing hack on past mistakes makes her sad, but is noted for her smile. Grateful for her parents' love. .ef rf A S FATIMA SILVA Fatima hopes to visit outer space one day. She dislikes coneeited people and being alone. Liked bikeriding, tennis, swimming, Shorthand, Spirit Week and Mr. Lima's Portuguese class, Has a sweet tooth. Going into the service and will be a secretary. 96 BEVERLY SILVA "Betty" Enormous admiration for Mr. Oliver, The ehildren make Child Care memorable, Passing periods, luneh were favorites but getting kieked out of a house a bummer. Daneing, tennis, party- ing, basketball games OK. Secretly to be actress, model, singer. A twin. Will probably work with chil- dren. RHODA SILVA "Twiggy" loves partying and being with David. She can usually be found on Brock Avenue. Feels it's important to be honest with herself and others. Her ambition is to be a legal secretary. "Yeah, right." MeDonald's devotee. FILOMENA SILVA Likes daneing, soeeer games. She doesn't go for showoffs. "Phil" wants to be a great hairdresser. Always with a smile on her faee, she liked Blue House Cafeteria, and wants to visit Japan. SHERRY SHURTLEFF Sherry, noted for her long hair. doesn't like striet teaehers or homework. Had a good time in Child Care. Shorthand and pool. Thought Mrs. Walker was grand. When not sleeping, tries to listen to people and help them. Riek was best eompany. To BCC and being a seeretary. if JUDITH SILVA "Judy" Aetive in Distrihutive Edu- eation. On to eollc-ge seeking a see- retarial future. Hooray for payday! Memories of parent's understand- ing. Happy partying with friends. The Caribbean awaits her visit. A ear that won't start poses prob- lems. Snobs are no. 1 pet peeve. "Live your own life." fm. SHIRLEY SILVA "ShiltzH is the twin with a zeal for winning arguments. Yearns to pur- sue law career at St. Johnls. Would relish an expedition to California to spend time with Ann-Marie. Parents provided sunshine every day in rain or snow. Ms. Blake was extremely open and honest. DAVID SILVEIRA Known as "Blue layw, his bag is music and ladies. Held rather be out of town than in New Bedford. David hopes to beeome a Califor- nia D.J. one day. He can be found at Montels Park anytime and he hates jive people. "Whats happen- ing, ladies?" SUSAN SHURTLEFF Susan has a great time playing soft- ball. Sl1t'f't1l1il stand eoneeited peo- ple. And is sad when nothing seems to go right. Child Care was her fayorite elass, and she would low to go to Las Vegas. "Take it as it eomesf' MARIA SILVA "Carmen" yearns to he hairdresser and tour Paris. Will laugh reealling going home in a poliee ear the lst day of high sehool. Has a flair for daneing and musie. Showoffs are disgusting. "Fax a os outros e depois fogef' LIDIA SILVEIRA "Lee" won't let her proerastina- tion interfere with beeoming medi- cal teehnologist. lnelined to approve Biology and Mr. Castro at NBH. Studies and homework bored her. Fun playing guitar and listening to musie at parties. "Cheek the ieeu College next year. MARIA SILVEIRA Maria will always remember work- ing in the Bookstore. gym elass. and History. She likes being with Joe, Maria feels that life is a prized possession. Homework is a drag, Mr. Paeheeo and Dist, lid. were out of sight. BRIAN SOARES Brian enjoys photography and hopes to pursue it as a profes- sional. He feels his feet are too big for him. Hopes to yisit Disneyland. Says that the worst part of NBH was the 4-5 minutes spent in eaeh elass. Notorious for talking sports and darkroom skills at home. Photo sehool and to be the best in his field. 4' ' x X522 CHRISTOPHER SOUTO vi MARK SIMS Mark's ambition is to beeome an arehiteet, He loyes to draw. and enjoys listening to good niusie or seeing a moyie. Haying nothing to do is no fun for Mark. .IOAO SOARES Joao's goal: wants to be a soccer player. Loyes being with girls and listening to musie. Had a good time in Portuguese Class. Blue Cafeteria his hangout. DAVID E. SOUZA Known as "Brat," he thinks life is beautiful. He likes Doreen and secretly wants to be President. David enjoys dancing and food, and he doc-sn't like stuckup peo- ple. Thinks Mrs. Miles is funny. To BCC and SMU for Accounting, then marriage. .IOHN SMILOWITZ ".lohnny's" on his way to Art Sehool. Sports. jazz musie and art are his interests. Dreams of restor- ing a B-li' Flying Fortress, lfound NBHS teaehers great but stunned by nnorganized NBH students. "So what do you want me to do?" 'N x 1. A , 'K MIGUEL SOSA "Mike" is attraeted to stewardesses and wants to become an airline pilot. He loyes baseball but detests homework. Always horses around in Spanish. A model builder headed for Daniel Webster Col- lege. "What's happening?" PAMELA SOUZA "Pam" longs to be rich and own a large wardrobe. She enjoys reading and being with Timmy. She's noted for talking lots and had fun in Green House Office. Pam feels that you should always be yourself. Would like to see Germany. Future businesswoman. I -'C ERIC SMITH "Smitty" is happiest when sharing laughter and loye with Lisa. lfnjoys lloekey and baseball. He feels you should do what you think is right. no matter what others think. Like to live on top of a mountain with Lisa. Big blue eyes. Loves a '68 Ambassador. "For sure." H L I . -2 Lie' .-M ., w.,,W,..- ., . I e . 'll Tl DAVID soUsA David doesn't like working but enjoys girls and sports. His fault is his temper. The thing he'll remem- her most about NBHS is the girlsl Energetie. aggressive guy who'll be a eomputer programmer. X i PAULA M. SOUZA Paula dreams of managing the Bos- ton Red Sox. Will settle on a career as a medical technician. Dislikes phony people and enjoys sports and painting. "Blue Room" was OK and the Crimson Courier was an unforgettable experience. Shy- ness was Paula's major fault. Loves softball, tennis. bike riding. i ROSEMARY SMITH "Roses" hang-up is being shy and quiet, Slttss happy when playing the guitar. and feels that "l"riends are the flowers in the garden of life." She had a good time in Pot- tery Class and was noted for being late for homeroom. Hilarious eom- ing to seliool dressed as Minnie Mouse. MARK SOUSA "Suki" is headed for eollege to be meehanieal engineer. Liked the eourses but disliked erowded halls at NBH. Suki ean be found on 3rd floor Cold or Mt. Pleasant Sehool. Iiinjoyed Mr. Keithis Biology Class for the students. Noted for eonipe- titiveness. leadership. "Thrillsl" CHERYL ANN SPICER "Cher" savors, skiing, dancing, jogging, modeling, beach walking. Constant joker. Thought Mr. Lon- go's Psych. Class experiments amusing. Dream: pro ballet dancer. Disliked SAT's, liked year- book staff. Coal is airline steward- ess after two years of college. 97 .I ACQUELINE STALEY ",laekie" would like to he a singer one day: Appreeiates her parents always heing there when needed. Swearing is a fault, hut personality' is a yirtue. Family makes her happy. To BCC. CLAUDE ST. PIERRE "Mayo'i eanit stand it when asked if his niekname means mayon- naise. Is known for his patienee. and loyes to party at the Park. Didnit go for those formal studies. llis philosophy is that "All we are is dust in the wind," DEBORAH SWIFT 98 X JANET MARIA STALEY "Stormy" in happiest when horse- haek riding and with Sammy, and Tanesha, her daughter. Always willing to listen to other people's problems. She feels that you should always be yourself, and would like to see Africa. College or business sehool. if possible. LISA SULLIVAN "Sully" Headed for nursing sehool. Rated high were: eheering. "the erewu. Durfee Rallies. Spirit Week. and Senior Year. Mrs. Has- sey and Mr. Walsh were superb. Dreams of a white Coryette and lots of money. Stew will always hring a smile. no matter what. NOK." CAROL SYLVIA Playing softhall is what Carol likes to do Ittilsl. She hopes to trayel around the world one day. and seeretly desires to heeoine rielt and famous. Carol enjoyed Assemhly and luneh at NBII. as well as Mr. lluhe. Nlr. l"1-i'reii'a. and Mr. lids llistory. YI ants to take eare of elnl- dren. v !i 3 . KELLY MARIE STEADMAN "Dimples" loves meeting new' peo- ple, but hates the coneeited ones. Homework at NBHS was a drag. but gym was fun. She's happiest when Benji's around. Fond of music, dancing, singing, Pep Cluh, blue Trans-Ams, Typing and Mrs, Dawn Caton. Aims to he hook- keeper. SHARON SULLIVAN "Sharon Nellaii hopes to he aeeountant for Mr. Roekefeller. She enjoys being with her "wild and crazy guy." lanes hot fudge sundaes. and is bothered hy gum in the hubhlers. BCC next. "Wild and erazyl" ,ss CHERYL SYLVIA "Sherriei' enjoyed singing. howl- ing and eruising around, She would like to heeome a famous singer. Her shyness upsets her. Seeretly wishes to he giyen a see- ond ehanee. She adyises people lu treat others the way they would want to he treated. "Vl'liat'fi' DENISE ST. GELAIS Denise hopes to go to Katherine Gibbs to heeome a legal secretary. Partying and Yogi are her thingsl To beeume rieh is her resolution. Luneh and Ms. Allen were favored. Thankful for how' parents treated her. To Hawaii? X t A I t ALAN SWANSON it g .5 DONNA SYLVIA llopes to enter Northeastern in the fall to hegin niedieal studies. Seeretly wishes to liye foreyer. lfnjoys the time with li.,l.fi. and sewing. Dislikes her hahit of not listening. Feels that eyery experi- eine ts a good experienee eyen If it is had heeause you learn front it. DANNY STORER Enjoys hockey' and skiing fwater and snowl. Happiest when party- ing and getting out at 1:52. Dep- lores kids being hassled hy' house-i masters. Really' had a good time inl Mr. Orlowski's Wood Class. Look for him at the Bookstore. . .H-A. CAROLYN SWEET "Carrie" thought eheering for NB greatest. espeeially football games. Enjoyed driying around in the Psyehe ll with "the erew". Happi- est when around horses and seeretly wants to own raneh. Known for making people laugh, Loyes Coke and Freneh fries. To he rieh and famous some day. NOK." DOREEN SYLVIA Salty loyes to swlttt. and play the flute. 'l'hinks lost freshmen are a drag. She likes to talk and thinks her worst fault is neyer shutting up. She seeretly wants to know what heing in loye really is, Find her in Nlattapoisett or with Swim leam. lo marry a iiiillionaire. GAIL SYLVIA Gail, a nature lover, hopes to live in a big house in the country. Has far-out times partying. Wants to take life as it comes and enjoy it. Gail is happiest with Herk, unhap- piest with tests, term papers and homework. Cruising and camping were OK. Future R.N. .IAN MARIE TABER "Rabbit" is most often seen with Frank and would like to visit Fayal with him. BCC for a nursing eareer is her destination. Wishes she would finish what she starts. Mr. Kelly's English Class was a pieniv, as were the rallies, "Yeah, right, l eouldn't believe it." l EDDIE TESTA "Eff" is steering toward eollege to major in engineering. He is von- tent when playing all kinds of sports or listening to WUSM. Ed found all elasses at NBH boring exeept Drafting. Fellow students will revall him for sleeping all the time. LORI ANNE SYLVIA DONALD TAVARES "D.T.,' was best known for his football expertise. Enjoyed being with Miki. Enthusiastie about NBH sports. Needs to hear music and play football. Foods Class was a gas because you got to eat lots of foodl Hopes to attend eollege. ' Tift j JACQUELINE E. TETREAULT "Jacqui" dreams of passing AP English. Mr. Keith was ehampion and Mr. Coodfellow was an experi- ence. Found at Ground Round, History Club parties. under trees or with Kathy B. P's are her pet peeve. "The only limitations we haw are those we give ourselves." RICHARD SYLVIA CRETA TAVENNER Greta's ambition is to be a ehemist. Turned off by people who put in yearbooks, "I hate jot-ks and snobs." Worst fault is that she's too modest. Prized for her sareastie wit. Fave subject: college menl "lf you love something, let it go free: if it comes bark, it's yoursg if it doesnlt, it never was." .IANICE TETREAULT "Jan" is eharaeterized by giggling and friendliness. Will be going to California. Cheers the spirit at NBHS. Most humiliated by falling at work. Really dreaded being Called into work. "Take it as it comes." SANDRA SZKLAN Y "Sandy", who is noted for being quiet, is at peace when Steve is around. Bothered by tardy people. Sandy is fond of knitting, Chemis- try and fish-a-ma-jigs. Shy but sin- cere. Ambition: dental hygienist. "Oh, yeah!" Q l f, W Q' CHERYL TEODORO "Bud" Being in Mr. Bist-ari's class was fun because his jokes took away the boredom. Her parents weren't like parents: they were friends. lrked by those who think theyire superior. Seeret wish is to be financially well off. Would like to visit Ireland. To eollege. , -t., MARIA TEVES Q. at FRED SZYNDLAR "Steady Freddyn is found at But- tonwood Park or the Blue-Tan courtyard. Tops in his book were: baseball, Teen Culture and lVlr. Biseari. Seeretly wishes he could play pro baseball. Means to be a phys. ed. direetor. Known for bub- ble-blowing in studies. "Laterl" CERMANA TEIXEIRA "Cf-ril' has a hidden wish to spend some time on a desert island. She will nexer forget happy times spent with Tony. Opts to go to rollege and be sueeessful at art. Her favor- ite part of NBHS was meeting new friends. Tries to look back at only the happy moments in life. 37? ANA TORO 99 GRACE TORRES Hopefully will attend SMU. Enjoyed joking in Portuguese Class. Considers herself a pessimist and nervous. Loves dancing and listening to the radio. If at first you don't succeed. try, try, again. Admirer of Ms. Howard, Mr. Machado. 22' I PAMELA L. TURNER "Pam" Didn't like the attendance rule at NBHS. Thanks her parents for their caring. Secret wish: to win an Emmy or an Oscar. Most noted for laughing and talking. Would like to visit Utopia. "Live each day to the fullest." ROSA MARIA VALENTE nPt'tjl1l'lllIlLIulsllllllhykllltllllllgllllltl ilaneing. She will go to work next lnil hopes to lre it eusinelulogist. Nurses desire to grim lu lie .3 feel tall. "The Flowerlii eonipany was .t lot of fun. Xirgiin Islands .ire .it thetiipufherX.i1'.itin1illist,"Citiuli' 100 LINDA TORRES "M.G.'s" ambition is to be a legal secretary. Will remember the love, support of her parents. Happiest when she's with Joe. Most noted for baby talk. To see Hawaii would be nice. Off to college. Dog track devotee. l . ,, W 5 SUSAN M. TURNER "Lee Ling" off to business school to become a legal seerctary. Would like to visit Puerto Rico. Enjoys being with Baby Tyra and friends. Understanding and patience are her noteworthy qualities. Feels guilty about telling people off. "Dui Deus!" SUSAN VARAO "Sue" Often seen at Buttonwood or partying. Would cherish ski cha- let in New Hampshire and visit to Las Vegas. Sue won't forget her beautiful parents and will always hold close the memory of Lisa St, Pierre. "Wha-a-at!" THOMAS TOYFAIR "Toy" means to make it to the top. Baseball's great. Deplores his noto- rious temper. Shelley's presence makes everything superfine! Wealth and fame are his destiny. "Take things as they comef! EZELU UDO "Eze" is ticked off by those who like to boss. Dancing is her main interest. Eze is noted for her kind- ness to others. Parents' support means much to her. Business school for a secretarial career is her goal after NBH. "You got a problem?" A . T 'i i f . PAUL VASQUES "Bob" is a sports fan who intends to be extremely successful. Liked Math, but really got a jolt out ol Mrs. Hassey and Mr. Goodfellow for the good jokes cracked. Proba- bly eollege, then Bermuda beek- ons. BARBARA G. TRACZ "Basia" proud to be strong Polackl Next: Westfield State College. Enjoyed the times with Cliff fthe house boyj and Julius. Secretly wishes to be a concert pianist, but will settle for special ed. advisor. "lt is only with the heart that one can see rightly: what is essentialiis invisible to the eye." f it I . .. ,... ULARI UDO "Stacy" Quiet girl but enjoys par- tying in Boston. Favorite pastime is dancing. Thought Mr. Biscaii's jokes in French were hilarious. Will go to college. major in Eco- nomics, marry and have kids. A sweet smile. MICHAEL VENTURA JOAN TRIPP "Joann" would adore meeting Erik Estrada. Enjoys bowling and base- ball. Will always remember her parents' advice and love. Liked Mr. Anderson's Typing class, hated studies. Always with Wally. A non-stop talker. but short on confidence, poise, patience. "You'll get over it." DELORES UPHAM "Del" aims to be a medical secre- tary. ls famous for her smile. lis- tening tu people and giving advice. Finds happiness in Caring for ani- mals and being with kids. Favorite sport is tennis. Hangout is the Reading Room. Glad she experi- enced Jr. History Class. .-nag. LYNN VERRIER Wishes to be a model. ls remarka- ble for her eyes. Happiest at the heaeh. Means to tour Europe. Grateful for parents' pereeption and permissiveness. Glad she had times with Jay and benefit of Mr. Zielinski's teaehing. Interior Design her ehoire for a career. JACQUELINE M. VEZINA "Jackie" happiest when cheering and in the company of Russell. Would like to visit Rome. Inner urge to own a log cabin with a big fireplace. Parents' willingness to supply rides was much appreci- ated. Mrs. Chooporian's the great- est. Spirit Week and Durfee Rally' was fun, "That's fine." 'N .F .- rf ROSALYN VIEIRA "Rosie" wants to be a musician. Guitar. photography and partying are her hobbies. Secretly hopes to do underwater photography for lacques Cousteau. Will always appreciate help and Concern given by her ace, Mr. Millette, and Mr. Messier LORI WALKER Wants to be boss of her own com- pany. Ecstatic when the Red Sox win. Secret urge to play for the Red Sox. Enjoys collecting stamps, Like to visit California. Business Club best. "Live life to the fullest, don't Ict anything slip by." as MW' f tr fx 1 , ..,.'. . ll- NATERCIA viEGAs "Trish" regrets giving a freshman wrong directions to class. She hopes to visit Brazil. The time when she almost walked into the boys' room is engraved in her memory. P.A. announcements at NBH could do with some improve- ment. Mr. Ed's History Class was terrific. "Bug Off." WILLIAM VIEIRA "Bill" hopes to be geochemical oceanographer but will probably be lost in the Bermuda Triangle. Secret plan to hecnme President. Pet peeve: horseradish. Is happy when doing for others. Hopes to one day visit Japan. Enjoys Chess and photography. DERWIN WATKINS DEBRA VIEIRA Q...-4 X . w ,V f "r' I , .'t.,, 3.-fig ' 4 -af. 7' ' ' if ' 1 1' . 2 - i K c ' 1-'C , C A y ,. -0' X ra. 'fl .1 DUARTE VIEIRA Being thrown out of Field House in the raw was humiliating. Never for- get when whole class had Big Mac attack. Yearns to be millionaire, reside in Switzerland. Free time spent playing football, swimming, having a good time, College or service. Probably be football pro. MARK VIERA Mostly music for him, but also a fan of sailing, motorcycling, party- ing, camping. Notorious flirt and troublemaker. Mrs. Harper very fair, Woodworking excellent. Music Dept. super. Optimistic but impatient. Homework and early a.m. starts were irksome. To Berk- lee School of Music. LORRAINE WEEDEN "Lorrie" plans to go on to busines. school. She would like to bc a court reporter or a legal secretary. Could be found in front of Tan House while at NBH. The mini- mum attendance rule was a defi- nite dislike, along with jive people. ROBERT VIPON "Vip" Favorite hohhics are girl- watching and parties. Often seen in cafeteria, Brooklawn Park or dance halls. Will be saddest leaving NBHS. ...xx .S ROBERT A. WESTCATE Goal is master's degree in social work or services. ls fond of ludy Pfs company. relieved when Tookie and Dclvhie are quiet together. and truly wishes Debbie would act right. Unhappiest if Car- lccn's kids act wild. His laugh is notable. Headed for Colorado State U. GABRIELA VIEIRA "Cabie" Ambition is to get mar- ried. Contented alone with Carl or when dancing. Loved NBH French fries, despised the rules. Mr. Fraga and English not bad. Wishes she'd stop nail-biting. To work, to Flo- rida. and to a long and happy life. SHIRLEY A. VIVEIROS Is known for her smile and long hair. Was totally embarrassed when she lost the top of her swim suit. Has fun on the Axenuc and drive-ins. Cacsaris her man. Eng- lish her subject. Benioans her quick temper and daydreanis. To work with nursery school children and marriage. DOUGLAS WHITE lOl DALE WHITING Hopes to alw'ays get what he wants. Enjoys sports and is known for being in traek and football, Will reniemlier ltls parents' help and affeetion. Plans to yisit Australia and the Far East. Hangs around D- lilof-lt and the gym. lrked by snap judgements. To a major university. Hia. rightli' BRIAN WILSON "Cromer" dreams of running the mile in under 4:20. Famed for run- ning traek and joking. Taken abaek when he fell down a hill at golf eourse while ehasing a ball. ls fated to die of running. Finds immature freshmen irksome. "Keep your friends elose but your enemies eloserf' BRIAN WIENZEK College next to beeome a veterina- rian. Seeretly wishes to make it big in musie. Is known for sleep-walk- ing through sehool. Will neyer for- get traek initiation. Likes to play the drums. Pet peeve: getting out of bed. Hopes to liye, love and prosper. LINDA WOODIS "Woody" hopes to lie a seeretary. Distinguished by her high shoes. Would love to see pink sands of Bermuda beaehes. Canit endure humorless people. Usually' seen between Blue and Tan in eourt- yard. Was a gleeful girl in Ms. Allen's Shorthand ll. .af 4-.my .ff . Q it X i. ug TINA MARIE YOTIDES "Yo" is happy when she reeeives her payeheek. Cvetting lost Senior year was very upsetting. Trade- mark is her liun. Luneh shifts. football games and Senior Lounge most gratifying. ls a bear for eruis- ing and talking on the phone, "Whats upf' College oriented. 102 ADELE YOUNGBLOOD An advoeate of hanging with the erazies. Irritated when people make fun of her ey'es. Her worst fault is thinking that she has none. Hopes to see Rapid City. S.D. Cookie fight with field hoekey team mate was hilarious. Psyehol- ogy and Mr, Roseow OK. West- ward bound. . y MICHAEL WILLETT Hopes to he rieh and yisit Hawaii. Thanks parents for treating him so well. Often hangs out at Common Park or at Bob and Peteis. Had a ball in Mr. Newmans elass. beeause he learned so many new old jokes. Future uneertain. ANN WORSLEY College is her destination. Always amused in Mrs. I'Iassey's elass. Cetting home on time was an impossibility. Would adore eham-e to skvdive. Feels her temper eould use some eontrol. "Praetiee until you get it right." "What'd I do now?" :a'1-W' ' , . 9 1 Q PETER ZATIR "late" is happyi out with the guys or listening to Led Zeppelin. Cali be found at Al's. Got a few laughs when he stuek fingers together with Crazy Clue. Detested studies and immature freshmen. Claims to have a short temper. Cards. sports turn him on. "I hope so." CHARLENE WILLIAMS "Charlotte-'su sense of humor and understanding are esp. dear to Ron, Seeks a eareer in child psy'- ehology. Dislikes people who eanit laugh at themselves. Went berserk when Mr. Roseow raised his eve- hrows. Her specialty is basketball. Will try to help ehilflren who eanit help theinselyes. DEMETRIUS K. YANKOPOLUS "Meieh" aspires to be Johnny Car- son's presidential eampaign man- ager. Most exeiting: 26 in state with "Big Eu. "I almost blew' up my high sehool when l went there. but we eouldn't find any dynamite. Can I still join the revolution?" , , .TheNational Lampoon. EUGENE FORTES "Gene" is headed toward eollege. Content with .leannie. Playing baseball or football is his pleasure. Loved the people at NBHS but eouldnit haek the homework. Best teaeher. in his opinion. was Mr. Oliver. "To loye is to be loved." "l-lay yol" AMY WILSON Her voeation will he as a medieal seeretary. Roots for Ms. Bizzarro and Cookie Day on Friday. What a riot when Teri left shoes atop the ear and droye offl Her talent is tell- ing stupid stories. Ahashed when she sat in the wrong elass. "Follow your nose." 'E' ELAINE P. YEHLE "Lainie" Fondest memories of NBH are Chemistry and Mr. Good- fellow and of eourse. Mr. Mae. Chief annoyanee: "the" erowd. Divine to be a Senior and Editor- in-Chief of the Crimson Courier. Seorns people with no sehool spirit. Like to be reealled as hard worker and good friend. "Don't forget the "Pl" DONALD BOLCHER "Bottt'liu is off to California. Says ht- niadv pt-oplv laugh. but yyas proliahly too blunt. A pool shark. Finds yyarin lu-n-r disgusting. Rvally satisfit-tl yyith Tm-n Culturf' and 79 graduating t-lass. Wishfrs good luvk to fi-lloty Svniors. ANITA K. ANDERSON ANTHONY A. ANDRADE 'Arif or "tIu' liitli' likvs sports .ntl ntarttal arts. and yyould likt- to iv .1 psy4'litvlogisl.S.1ys l'tf'lI21r high nvntal tapat-ity .intl no faultsf Qnjoyt-tl history ut NBII. but rvally tantvd to play footliall too. Ant rlans on IIllIIll.Ill' sut't't'ss. lrul laiins ln-st lltitlgs in life- art- fre-tu KATHY ARRLDA iiants to yistl llayyuii. Can ht' st-t-n round State' St. Enjoy:-d Jvrry's onipany and drools oyer Dt-yil lilgrl LE ANN AVERY links NBH pvoplt- art' nitw-'. vspv- ally Mary, Chris. Donna. Ms. llvn yyas hvr fayoritt' tvavlivr. ata prow-tfssing hvr suhjt-vt. 'oyyde-tl halls annoy this quit-t fl. .-Xiins to attt-nd Bryant Collegv. l'OIIll'l'UII1lDlIl4'T tt't'hni4'ian. NTONIO BARROS ARLOS BENTO AVID BLCKLIN st-4-n .it Bliss fiornvr. Would liki' lwt'otnn'ri1lt. y isit lapan. Will he- rking at Clark Cow Fish Co. kt' lift- as it c'otnt's. Mr. Kvlly s a lot of fttn. MICHAEL T. CABRAL ,IOANNE CARDOZO Josit- yyas annoys-d hy tht' vromdvd halls at NBH. Hohhivs arf- mriting. listening to mltsir, ht-ing with Miki-. Portttgttrst- with Mr. Lima fun for his humor and votn- inon si-nss-. Mr. Rost-on yyus aliso- lute-ly IOPS. though. Hopes to haye- gootl paying jolt. tnurry Nlikt- and luv happy. "No off:-nst-." .IOAQLIM CASTELO MARK CORREIA MARIA TERESA COSTA 'ATt'ry'i hope-s to attvnd SML. Enjoys tt-nnis and gytnttustiws. Is knoyyn for hor stnilt: Pvt pm-yt-2 liars. Can ln' st-t-n in Blue' Houst- t'.tft'to'ria. Hopi-s to sun horse-lf in l'lorid.t. Had fun tn lzngltsh. A pizza frm-ak. MANLEL DAFONTE KEVIN DANIELS LINDA DaPONTE .IOAO DEA CALVAO VINCENT DE MEDEIROS ROBERT DE PINA MICHAEL DESPRES JOANNE DE VOLL JANET DOYLE ADRIAN FERNANDES Ady disliked snolilry girls and jorks. Found at Brooklaysn with Iidyyartla. Lunrh was fun lrut food yyas a drag. Ady was known to party. go 1-atnping. Wootlyworkiilg yyas ytild, To oyyn a liusinvss. "Do yyhat it is you yyant to doin ELIZABETH FERNANDES CLOVIS FERREIRA Girls yst-re' tht' main attravtion at NBH hut hotnt-yyork not the' ln-st thing in lift: Most tnne' playing sown-r. Hopi-s to lwvoiiit- an vlw- tronit' t-nginec-r, Will nvyn-r forgot part-nts' loyt' and "t'arinliu", Claim to fuinv: tnodvrn Europvan stylc. GEORGE FIYMO KATHY GOOD ARTHUR GRAVELLE WILLIAM .IACINTHO CHRISTOPHER JORGE JAMES KENNEDY JONATHAN LEAVER KENNETH LEGER ALLISON MACEDO CHRISTOPHER MARCOTTE "Chris" is happy yyhvn yyorking on vars. Would likv to ram- vars so it's off to Rlmtlt- Island Tradv. Hlfat. drink and vnyoy .IOSE MARTINS TROY MARTINS RON MEDEIROS nIXiolfit"' yy.ts .tlvasvtl hy raft' tlttty. Tinivs spa-nt yyith Sun- ut-rv tnvino- ralilv. 'I'hought his part-nts ywrt- rathvr strivt, Car Mt-t'l1atiit's and Woodyyurking art- his spwialtie-s. ultis upto you." Is tiffloyiork. TIMOTHY MEDEIROS ROSEMARY MENDES A pizza frvak yyho loyt-s to pivk on t:hc't'rlt'.,ttlt't's. SANS Nllt' is logiutl hut irnputit-nt. Mr. Fogtls vlass yyas fun lim illtrt' of fooling around yyith Butrli. llappy tyhtin powkvt- hook and shot-s t'ourtlinatt'. Looks forward to he-ing it wltt't't'an. haying a nit't'l1otn4-."lNo.Iin1lyingf" OLGA MORALES ANTHONY NUNES IITIJIIVU hopvs to lit-t-oniv a fishvr- rnan. Can ln- found in Tan and BIIH' IPIUIIHI' UI' Bfllflklaxi II Pdrlx. Like-d NBH lntiltling. shop tvavli- rfrs lint dishkvd l'.nglish. Lnjoys lis- toning to tht- Bt-atlt-s and is off to California. AGOSTINHO OLIVEIRA MGus'i vnjoyn-d Spanish and hope-s to sw- Copavaliutta. Is knoyyn for ltiw stnilc- and frit-ndlint-ss. Som-vor' happy. I.llx1'rlN'Itlg1 yyitli Rosa or at First Bast- Cafff. Future- FBI agvnt. I-ilwtl singlt' fn-ntale' NIIIIS tvavh- t-rs. "li" vurist-of KEVIN O'NEILI. DONNA M. PERRY Happit-sl yyht-n sho' st-1-s pt-oplt' alll' h.tsn't lit-vn sa-wing. Soi ialtzing and sports art- ht-r thing. Plans ture-Pr Lb tlovtor of psyvliiatry. Iiriawtfpt- ing pt-oplv hug ht-r. St-t-. lturn and lou- cyvrything you van and try to .tri-vpt yy hat you vanit undvrstand. ROSEMARY PINA DIANE POITRAS Ll'IS QLINONES JOHN QLININ LIONEL RACINE RICHARD RAMOS .IOS E ANTONIO RAPOSO .IOHN RAPOZA RALPH RIVEIRA GORETTE ROCHA STEVIE RODRIGLEZ Hts only 1'otit'e-rn Ir to gvt out of NBII, Cundyis votnpztny No. I. Enjoys ht-ing D.,l. .tt partir-s antl making tnonvy. Drtnnns of my ning his tm n liusinf-ss. Noltwl for ltilsslvs yyith tt'.1t'l1e'rs, Puvrto llivo or tht' st'ryi4't'11llt'I' NBII. MARIA SALVADOR DIONIZIO SILVA Rl'I SILVA lt-rrtfira yyill go liananas .tftcfr NBIIS. A journvy to I"r1tiiw yyould ln- thrilling. ,-Xpprwiutt-s his niath tt-.uhm-r's hunior. Found NBII girls oohl lui lal :lin t-xp:-rt at playing ganit-s. MICHAEL SOLZA REBECCA SOLZA RONALD SOLZA SANDRA ST ALS DAVID SYLVIA ERIC TAYLOR ALLEN VVETMORE Aharay, R. 935lliIt.r7-s1R.43 Abelha. D. 31 tion. onl 15 Abrams. B. 511 john 10 Adams, D. 979 R. 1"r. 11 -4-4 Alonw, A. 1711 D.11iil 4-4 Aguiar. J. 70 W ooillaiu ri 4-1 Alcobia, R. 311 Colli-111' 1-6 Allonso, C. S3 l.oiigiivw R, 15 Allen, M. 1415 Arnslnn-1 A. Almeida, B. 161 Rounrls 40 Alves, Ca. 103 South 40 Alves, Ge. 105 South I-0 Alves, K. 0:11Z......i. to Amaral. A. 379 1l1lln1.1n 1-0 Amar-al. K. 982lliIl1r1--1R. 15 Amaral, M. l". 21 V insor l-4 Amaral. M. J. 108301111111 46 Amaro. S. 83Sinnnii1 40 Anderson, A. 0 0 Moy 11.111 1-5 Anderson.J. 4-6 M n-11 45 Andrade. A. 110 xt........ 10 Andrade, D. 89 Sil1i.1 45 Andrade, l. 61311111-ii 1-0 Andradc-,.l. 35 hvriu- I0 Andrade, M. 20611.imiili 13 Andrade. P. 226Xl.1pIi- l0 Andre. A. 124 Rn.-1 l-4 Andre. M. 33 K.i1l1.irin.- Ll Andrews. K. 5 15 l'nnl1.lsr 10 Anthony. C. 9 X .il-'nttnv l-1 Anluneo, M. Arauj0. D. 113Nl.1.tip.-1-411. 4-0 Arauj0. Y. 13 Spoon.-r 40 Arguin. P. 621'ptoi1-16 Arruda, C. 43 Ashlt-1 -14 Arruda. D. 235 A11-111140 Arruda. K. 14 1t.-,....t.1- 1.0 Arruda. P. 1148 Phi'lips R45 Arruda, ll. 4-6 Roos:-11'll4-4 Arvaniles, D. 329 llulur 40 Audetle, L. 180 Applvton 45 Avery, S. A 17 Gm-ri Mn-anion Dr.. A. Avila, M. 9 4 F1-lion -15 Baldomar, S. 58 0.-.un 40 Baptista, L. 28 Capitol 44 Barboma, J. 893'!z County 40 Barileau, J, 469 Chan--up 40 Barriga, C. 166 Dwim- 46 Barron, A. 541 N. Front 45 Barrosa, A. 210 Br'.lnsr'on1lt-45 16 Barrows, D. 125 Pa rlnrr 40 Barton, C. 198 Highlarnl 40 Bates, T. 27 Poplar R. 45 Bayne. A. 431 Mill 40 Beaulieu, D. 257 Dawson 45 Beauregard. J. 752 Copzgi-shall 46 Begin, R. 325 Brool 45 Belanger. R. 144 Cl1ur1'l1 45 Benevides. L. 866 1.111-1 45 Benleito, D. 2266 Ar-nshn.-1 A. 45 Benoit, S. 2502 Ar-ushiivl A. 45 Benlu, C. 28 Jnnipf-r 4-0 Bernier. D. 78 Sutton 46 Berry, E. 409 B4-illorsl 40 Besen, R. 288 Maplo 40 Bessrtte, L. 9 Hvnry Dr.. A. 43 Bessette, L. 206 Ashli-1 131.46 Beltencourt, M. 152 Dix ision 44 Bio, L. 16 W1-l1'omr4-4 Blake, L. 86 Tinilwrlann- R. 45 Blanchard, S. 457 Bro:-lt A. 44 Boeielt, M. 2167 Purchasv 46 Bodeau, D. 241 Stalv40 Boga, D. 222 Alla-n 40 Bois, W. 51 Carroll 40 Boisven, M. 337 '1'inl1ham4-6 Boivin, J. 346 Eurlv 46 Bolgrr, S. 225 Nash R. 46 Borges, C. 201 Dui is 46 Borges. C. 3-1111111-ponrl1'lit4-4 Bolelho, J. 12 Vlill1urA.. A. 43 llolelho, M. 208 Hathaway 46 Boucher, D. 47 Cnnagi- 4-0 Boucher, ll. 74 Nrw'on11146 Bourgeois, S. 97 Armslii 45 Brandle. C. 68 Ti nkha ni 45 Brennan, A. 190 Oaltdalr- 40 Brito, K. 211 Jantvs 40 Brodo, S. 42 Pi:-rw 40 Brown. R. 909 County 40 Brown, S. 206 Austin 40 Bmm, M. 968 So. Watrr 44 Brunelle, C. 151 Map11'40 Bryant, P. 325 C-'dar 40 Burklin, D. 463 Dartmouth 40 Burns, D. 159 Park 40 Burns, V. 159 Park 40 fhbral, A. W Borllord 40 Calrral, D. 390 Wood 45 Qbral, M. J. 10 Waldo 45 Cabral, M. R. 271 Palmvr 40 Cabral. M. T. 4011 A1'usl1n1'l45 Caesar. R. 328Cnnr111it 45 Calnan, K. 26 l'7ox1rorougl1 46 Cllvao, A. 298 Sham 45 Calvao, J. 58 Rm-1 nolrls 40 Camara, M. 51 Vim- 40 Calnara, T. 5 Pvrshing A.. A. 43 Camainni, C. 716 County 40 Cardoso, R. 166 Oalzdalm' 40 Cardoza, J. 4-4 Martvl. A. -43 fhrdoza, T. 39 Lrlrooul, A. 43 Carlisle, R. 31 Harkum 45 Caron, L. 20 Emvry 44 Csrraneho, M. 29 Mosh.-r 44 Carreau, D. 968051001145 Carroau. L. 968 Osgood 45 Chrreira, F. 47 l'l1'm1o1'k 40 lhrreiro, S. 198 Qurry 45 Carroll, L. 135 Topham 46 Carter, P. 80 E. Nvmaskvt Pl. 40 Carvalho. J. 11 Clt'14'lanrl44 Carvalho, T. 98 Colt:-tif 46 Caaimiro. J. 72 Hudson 4-4 Castelo, J. 251 Nash R. 46 Castro. F. 139 Holly 4-6 Centeio, D. 470 Purrhasv 40 Charon, l... 930 Sha ron 45 Chartier, M. 690 Cottage- 40 Chaves, E. 25 Milvhl-1146 Chieoine, C. 143 Collin A. 46 Chipelo, M. 90 Norman 4-4 Choquette. A. 827 Brook A. 44 Christian, S. 40 Nvwton 40 Cintra, G. 88 Luras 44 Clark, B. 148 Rolrh 40 Clemmey, P. 194 Boll:-1 illr- A. 46 Clill, R. 3968 Arushnn-t A. 45 Coito, D. 4-52 Rovlulnlr' A. 40 Colangelo, C. 146 Maryland 4-5 Collins, T. 765 Brurk A. 4-4 Colon, M. 15 Monroe Dr. 46 Comeau, P. 22 Maldon 4-6 Cormully, S. 109 Carroll 40 Conway, R. 901 Shawmul A. 46 Cordeirl. A. 69 Bord:-n 40 Correia, B. 111 Capitol 44 Correia, C. 36 Val1-nlin1'44 Correia, D. 488 Chu rrh 4-5 Correia, J. 120 Grinnt-1140 Correia, M. 4630 Ai-uslinvt A. -15 Correia, M. 1999 Slum nint A. 47 Correia, Ta. 1107111-wi-545 Correia, Tl. 214 lhusoii 45 Correia, Z. 77 Rotvlt 40 Cosme. D. 132 Bluvkntn-r -4-4 Costa, A. 308Countp 40 Costa, D. 12 1..1l7ra1iii-1' Ct. 40 Costa, li. 670 First 4-4 Costa, H. 809 County 40 Costa. Lo. 751 Chnr4'l14-5 Costa. Ly. 495 Bolton 40 Costa, M. 209 County 4-0 Cole. K. 166 Sotnorsvt 45 Coucci, C. 83 Ml. Y.-rnon 10 Cournoyer, Ma. 92 Ella-1140 Cournuyer, Mi. 92 Elle-1140 Couto. D. 16 Villz1g1'A.. A. 43 Cravo,J. 102 Moslivr4-4 Crook, C. 229 l"ln1lson 4-4 Crowell, M. 427 Valli-1 R. 45 Cn1mley..l. 204 Ro.-liilalv A. 40 Cruz. A. 45 Smith 40 Cnn, C. 4-4 Allon 40 Cnneiro. A. 82 B1-llmiltv R. 45 Cunha. D. 1083 P.-II--tivr 45 Cunha, R. 332 Muplr- 40 Cusson, S. 97 Dnrli-1-40 Dallorlsa. M. 198 Corning 40 DaCunha. V. 142 M1.PI.-11s.ii1t l-0 Dal-'onte. M. 86Crapo 40 Daigle. M. 18l.. Korn--A.. A.-13 Dancel, E. 232 Lind..-1 40 Daniels, K. 130 Fair 40 Dansereau, D. 300 Earli- 46 DaPnnle, l.. 9 Roos:-u'lt-14 Dallosa, H. 23 Sn ill 40 DaRosa, M. 13 M--Gurk 44 Das Neves, M. 191 Washington 40 DaSilva, C. 93 Rorlxlan1l4-0 DaSilva, M. 15 Nil- 46 David, L. 194 An:-tin 40 Davignon, J. 214 GI--nnon 45 DePina, J. 325 PI:-asain -10 Devnll, J. 42 ln-no 47 DeAmaral, F. 106 Ashlt-y B. 46 Deane, l. 34 CotIo11koo4lR.-15 DeArruda. C. 72 B1-Ilvi illo R. 45 DeArruda, H. 72 Be-Ili-iilli' R. 45 DeBan'os, J. 98Crilfin C1.-40 DeBarros. M. 118Wltil1n.1n 4-5 DeBartoli, A. 963 Mi-Ci-v 45 DrCastro, l. 176 Hamirh 45 Delfreilas, D. 910Str.1lloril-15 DeFrias. J. 67 Snlnrx 40 Delgado, L. 195Ar11s1n1--1 A.40 Dellecese. l.. 150Blf11irinonn140 DeMedeiros, Y. 104 Aslili-i B. 46 DePina, R. 1-13 P14-:1s.1nl 40 Dellego. M. iii 11141.-pr-iiilviit 44 Desautels, P. 608 Sh4mtn11tA.40 Desjardins, M. 101 Curlislr'-15 DeSou1.a. Ma. 76 lumsoii A.. A. 43 Despres, M. 290 Bro--li A. 4-4 Desroches, D. ' 17 Mo1xllztMn44 DiPasquali, K. 8 Bin-lwooil Dr. 4-5 Dias, E. 395111111140 Dias, M. 480 Mnxlic-11140 Dillley, P. 95 l'lom1r1lA.45 Donlan, D. 156 Cmtiigi- 40 Dos Santos, L. 84 Sv-ilt -10 Doyle,J. 878 County 40 Drayton, L. 129 Yiryo Dr. 45 Droli-1. M. 85 B.-1-tlr 46 Duarte, Da. 65 l'l.tr1.nnt 45 Duarte. Do. 57 Briggs 40 Duarte. M. 111 4Riwt 44 Dumas. .l. 36 Blitvlir-11140 Dulra, l". 7 'Vlvllnirk 4-l Duval, M. 131 Mi-rriniu. 40 Dziuba, J. 425 Lollns 46 Ellis, C. 461 Cli.11u vri 40 Ellis, Ch. 179 W1-141 40 Eusehio. S. 90Clur11-44 Everton, D. 5161'nion 40 Evnra, A. 196 A-'nsliiu-1 A. 40 Ewaszko, l.. 27 Nloynun 4-5 Falcau. D. 6oB..,.x..1.n Faris, D. 125 Cunnnons R.. A. l"aria, P. 109 Sm ill 40 Farias, A. 988 l'Vlon1nonIl145 Farias, M. 77 Hulltuwiy 46 Faucher, C. 43 224 llurhuwui 11-1.43 Fernandes, A. 21-l 111114--45 Fernandes, E. 188W11shing1on 40 Ferreira, Ana 74 Cltllonl 45 Ferreira, Anlh. 85jo1iii-111'-l-4 Ferreira, Ce. 390ll1iw-s-1-5 1-I-rn-ir.1. Cl. 273 Puri 40 Ferreira, Cy. 1516 Su-s.1qini145 Ferreira, Dan. R2 Murjuli 10 Ferreira. Dav. 107 5111111111-r 10 Ferreira. D. A. 5 M inllirop l-1 Ferreira. Je. 167 Hal-'11 15 Ferreira. Ju, 1:18 x.,..a.1...-. 1 11 Ferreira. K. 01810111-1 15 Feneira. M. ..x M 1111- 10 Ferreira. R. 390 l1.1u.-- 15 Ferreira. S. 327 S.iuwr 16 Figueiredn. E. 102l111I.m14I Dr. Figuerido. E. 100 84111111-x 1-0 Finnerty. D. 111 Rm 1.1.41 10 Fisher. R. 115 M 1111- 10 Fitz:-simmons. D. 1-1 Ri11gu.1m.1R. 15 Flanagan. M. 110 l1.1n.ir-1 10 Fleet. ll. 167 811111-r 1-1 Fogaren. M. 27 J.nu1-- 10 Fonseca. D. 212 Quin 15 Fonseca. L. 115 Dnkn- 10 Fonseca. N. 176 So. Sw und -1-1 Fonseca. R. 255 Su. Swmi-1 40 Fortes. B. 125 0.11. 10 Fournier. D. 17 Mill R. 15 Foumier. J. 197111-n1ruIA.. 15 Francis. C. 06 S4-1 innur. 1-1 Francisco. M. 8 B1---ilv 16 Franco. D. 25 Bonm-x 40 Franco. G. 23 GI:-11111111 15 Freilas. W. 3913 A411-lnwl 1. 15 Fumn. G. 19 1-111m 1-1 Furtado. A. M. 62 hi11llr1n'D.-16 Furtado. D. 317 S1-.Sa-11111111 10 Furtado. M. 77 M 1111- 10 Gadbois. C. 180 A11-1111-10 Gaj. W. 220 X11 14-rmm -10 Galaru. C. 15 511.111 nm- C. -10 Gallant. J. 1 1651.11-11.1-1 15 Gama. M. 21-1 Whil111.11115 Gaulhier. D. 67 511411111111 1. 10 Gauvin. M. 61 l'i1m'1n'rry Tr. 15 Gelinas.J. 118Gn-vi111r1:-r15 Gelinas. S. 111 llulvii -15 Gendron. P. 66 N1-1.1111111116 Gendron. R. 1938 11-11.11111-1 A. 15 Gentile. G. 9l.u.11m1. 1. 13 Gifiord. M. 530 01111-r 15 Gilehresl. P. 6W1i1'1.11'1i1.11,. A, 11 Gioiosa. I.. 36111111-Il 15 Goddu. P. 20. I.rmn1-1110 Gomes. R. 9 F.1irfi1-111 15 Gomes. ll. 60 Huw- 10 Gomes. D. 161 0:11111-11 ..10 M. 111' Gomes. ll. 27 Wliilliuil 15 Gomes. K. 39A B.1y1u-rri R. 10 Gomes. M. 2-13C1i.1114i'rx 10 Gomes. S. 273 Ash 10 Gonealv es. M. 27 1 C1111 r1'11 15 Gonealves. N. 183 C111I1'11-- 16 Gonsalvea. M. 220Gri11m-I1-10 Good, K. 19 S-uhiirx 15 Goulart. K. 15 Brm'1.A.-1-1 Grade. N. 28 G.-...nv 11 Greene. P. 34 Linh- Oak R. 45 Grilo. C. 59 Nuriimii 1-1 Guilbeaull. 5. 109 W.1r1-.fm-r 15 Gull, S. 229 Suu- 10 Gula. S. 599 Collage 10 Habboosh. S. 81 Bromin-11-10 Hall, J. 108 Jann-.. A. 1-3 Hallett. ll. 482 11111111111 -10 Hamel, R. 23 B1-r1r.nu1's W.. A, .13 Hamer. H. 86 Swan 1-1 Hammond, C. 1155A.'n.1iii1-IA.-1.1 Hardy. Il. 110 Nvuloil-10 Hardy, J. 17 Viall -1-1 Harrington. E. 265 5111111114-r 10 Hathaway. E. 97 Park 10 Hebert. M. 2110 Phillips R. 15 Helgeland. B. 62-1 Cugg1's1iu11-16 llelme, R. 317 F1111-r.n1140 Henderson, R. 278 Mill 10 Hernandez, l. 5-1 Lib--rtx -10 Heron. K. 165 1311111-r 1-1 Hill. M. 235 C114-.lnul -1-0 Hill. M. 10 Duff:-1-1-0 Hill, R. 10 Durfw- -10 llines. G. 207 Durfw' 10 llodziewich. G. 16 Buss 1-1 Hopwood, D. 606 A111-n 10 Horn, li. 0-1 E.1IIinmn-10 Honesky. S. 69Tr.-11111111-10 Houbre. D. 63 Syruilmro' -10 Hubrighl. E. 33 O1-un 10 Hughes. D. 77 Pm1li.11'-1-5 Hutchinson. A. 672 K1-inpluii 10 Hutchinson. G. 672 Kviiipluii-1-0 lzedebski. l.. 271 Tilikliuiii -1-6 Jarinlho, W. 85115 R. 15 Jacobs, S. 560 Rm'1.i1a1vA. 10 Jalle. R. 60-1 R1nLr11111'A. 10 James. B. 36 K1-1-nv 10 Janik, M. 66 M'u1i1s1ilI.1A.. A. 13 Jenkins, M. 5331411111-r111,i. 10 Joachim. M. 110 01'-11115: 10 Jm1o1n.J. 186 M1111 411 15 Johnson. l.. 1421.n..11n -1 . A. 13 Jordan. D. 78 W. R. Fr. Rl. I-1 Jorge, C. 363 E,.1r11- 16 Jorge. D. 677 1111111111 10 Jorge. V. 363 Farlf- 1-6 Joseph, A. 270 Mill 10 Kach, K. 160 B111-114111111 16 Kaczor, C. 19 Pins-11iI1C. 15 Karalekas. P. 53 A1111-11-10 Kales. S. 41 Plymuinh -1-0 Kaye. S. 2-1-.11-1111111111140 Kennedy,J. 363 Coral -1-1 Kenyon. A. 207 H.i11i.mux -16 King,J. 167 Grin11o'1140 Koslka. A. 1-12 Cn-4-n11ri1-r 15 Krouzek. C. 136 C1'11lr.1IA.45 L'llalien. J. 261 5111111111-r 10 l..aBonle, S. 966 Ponliur -15 lackey, B. 7 Rm...-1--114-1 Lacuurse. C. 951 Clmlfw- -1-S Lafond, M. 7 Mary Dr.. A. 43 Lambalol. M. J. 157 .Alloni 1-1 lamonlagne. D. 363 Muplv-10 Landry, I.. 195 5111111114-r -10 Langlois. D. 75 S1-almry 45 Lapoinle. E. 83I.in.1.-n 1-0 Lapoinle. N. 1175 Cum- R. 1-1 lavadinho. M. 53 Crain- -10 Lawrence, J. 337 Qu:-ry -45 Leaver. J. 278 Au.11n -10 Leaver. R. 4.3o5A....11..1-1 A. 10 LeBlanc. l.. 193 Slzirnn 15 Leger. K. 88 Oaklawi 1-1 Leighton. C. 11G1-.rrgr 1-1 Lemieux. A. 522 N.i.h R. '1-6 Lewis, l.. 791 Br-.1-L A. -1-1 Lima, B. l061'm1nn.ku'10 Lima. 1. 62 Aquirln----1. 1-1 Lima. l.. 368 l"ur1n-10 Lima, P. 17 Chun---ri 40 Lizolle, C. 2101i1.-iru..-1.-L3 Lizolle. D. 232 Worr.-.11-r -15 Lobo. F. 70 Morgan -1-0 Lopes. Da. 280.-M111-11111-1,-1. 10 Lopes. Da. J. 231 1,111.1-ll 45 Lopes. Du. 11-1,-111111111--1 X. 10 lnpes. J. 231 I...-11-11 15 l10pes.Je. 199A-11 1-ll Lopes. M. 561 511. Furs! 10 l.ope!. l'. 23-1 l,1m1'll 15 l.ouro. M. 215141-1111-11-1' 1-0 lou-Il. S. 281 X11-111 10 l.owrn-y. ll. 1lJ59121i.fr1-1--v 15 Lyonnais. C. 139 Truro 15 Lyons. C. 682111-11.ip1-10 Macedo, A. 215 511.111 15 Magalhaes. M. 1370111111 X 16 Magalhaes. Maria 2111P1..111,.. 11.15 Magan. J. 1.3 si.-,.1..-.1 10 Magano. M. 13 M114 hi-II 1-0 Magnanl. E. 271.11-11-1 10 Manning. R. 191..iFr11i1u'1f1. 10 Marcolle. C. 3301111--1 11,15 Marden. G. 1227 Rnwaiiili 10 Marlow. J. 133 M.1xf11'I11 10 Marmelo. J. 111A1I.im- 16 Marlin. ll. 11 M'1xo111.1u11 1-1 Mai-iin. J. 929 Br-1.1. -X. 1-1 Martin. M. 167 F. S1---111111 1-0 Martins. D. 180 Cnnm-II 1-0 Martins. J. 118 5,51X11l10 Marlins, M. 218 Rn--11111111 10 Martins. Th. 172 l1.1111.m.1x 16 Martins. Tr. 116 1111111 10 Mau-un. M. 36-11211111115 1-0 Mathieu. 132 Rr1g:11l111.111 l-0 Matthews. Il. 13013 01.11.111-1 1-0 Maura, Ca. 8 91-.m I0 Maura. Co. 8 S4-Jr. 10 McCarthy. Vl. 29 Hu-wx 10 McCarthy. R. 1-18.lvnm I,m-1 10 McCue. R. 101 1111r1.-1-10 McGrath. K. 21 11111-1-5 10 Mcllenry. F. 11 11.111111 15 Mc-Pherson. ll. -19015 'V1.ix1i1-111 10 Meds-iron. U. 391111-1r.i1..-1-1.1. 10 Medeiros. K. " I-0 511 11111111.1111 1. Medriros. l.. 10lim1f 1-1 Medeiros. M. 50A 11.irr1.1g1- 11. 10 Medeiros. R. 831111-Il.-1 l-1 Merleiros, T. 56 TimI11-rI.in1- 11. 15 Medi-iron. V. 31lN1i1I.II.-10 Mm-han. R. 16 Wu-n 15 Melansoll. A. 21.1 ll1IIm.1n 10 Mello. J. 35517urf.-1- 1-0 Mello. K. 210 W-ml 15 Mello, M. 1-'1M4nn-111121. 1-1 Mello. T. 199 Bulum 10 Melo. l. 27 Ch--1111111 10 Melo. M. 67 Willnu 10 Menlni. C. 7165111111111-r 16 Mendes. ll. 257 Mzixfn-111 10 Mendes. F. 153 Ri--1--bmi 1-1 Mendes. R. 10311.u.ir-1 E-U Meneses. J. 375 Brook 15 Menezes. IJ. 11 1'1u1.m1 111.1-0 Messier. K. 296 B1-l.11r 1-5 Miguel.J. -160 8011.111-10 Miller.J. 12 51111111111 10 Mills. A. 72,11-nm 1.11141-1-0 Mingola. K. 1-11 John 10 Mingnla. V. 1-111111111 10 Moco. R. 92 B4-illuni 10 Moldin. S. 10011.iw11i.+rn-f 10 Mnniz. D. 971311111151-X10 Monleiro. M. 59 Humr-1 16 Morad. M. 4162.1-11.liii.'1 A. 15 Morales. 0. 1545 Cum- R. -1-1 Morgado. K. 152 Arm-1:1 15 Morris. J. 60A Dz'.11n'f16 Morris. T. 130 511.111 1-1 Morrison. J. 581 511411111111 10 Morrison. R. 1001 1.1.1.-1 B. -15 Mulroy. M. 1058 B.---L.-145 Nanopoulos, K. 377 Bmifnrnl -10 Nelson. M. -11Whi1m.in-15 Nelson. R. 369Or411.ir11-10 Neves. ll. 30 Nu-1111.1 10 Nicely. R. 1505111111114-r -10 Normandin, A. 111 Da1Lu1.11l. 1-0 Nuvia. Nl. 1Durf1-1- II, 10 Nunes. A. 527IIu11.1u1- l-0 Nunes. D. 38 Whi1n1.1u -15 Nunes. R. 161 Chun 11 16 0'NeiI. K. 12 BuI1.m1 16 Offley. R. 319A Mi1111I1- -10 Okolski. J. 3441-'rif-11.1 1-1 Oliveira. A. 28 A-111--1 1-1 Oliveira, ll. 331'--rmni-15 Oliveira. M, 96 S1--111 1-1 Oliveira, M. J. 10 Nuuliln. -14 Cfliver. l.. 312 0r111.1r11 1-0 Onofrey. V. 39011111-I..-II 10 Ortega. M. 201111114 1-1 Ortega. R. 516 Muxfi.-I.I 10 Ortiz, E. 295 Pulnn-r 40 Ortiz, P. 308 P11-.hunt 40 0rtiz. S. 181 Nlupli' -10 Ouimet, K. 119 Ilirroll 40 Parhero, A. 101Cirrol140 Parhero, D. 68 1Xoo4lIaun-14 Parhooo, C. 1023 K1-nniorv 45 Pacheeo, L. 100 Cltarlt-5 44 Pacheco, M. 29 Fair 40 Panapkos, M. 53 Bltu'ii1'l4l40 Paradis, D. 2281-ing.-nia 45 Parda, J. 472 llama 45 Parker, G. 19 lty R. 45 Parkin, P. 11 H 4.-n.hm-t A. 45 Patistea, C. 7 K.-t-nv 40 Patykula, J. lil? lohn 40 Pavao, E. 14 Sitlnvy -10 Pedro. C. 131 l'lolyol.t' 45 Pelcnrski, M. 683 khlt-y BI. 45 Pelitas, P. 196 Dit isiun 44 Pelletier, L. 116 Nlafhpve C. 40 Penler, D. 342 On-hartl 40 Pepin, M. 1216 Sas-aquin 45 Pereira, F. -1-8 Dux if 46 Pereira, P. 38 Kmin D.. N.D. 47 Pereira, S. 53 Shon 40 Perry. A. 45 So. Emi-nun 40 Perry, Da. 26 Brownvll A. 40 Perry, Do. 13 Joan 46 Perlenll, R. 168 :Xniold 40 Peternel, R. 945 Hillt-rt-st R. 45 Pimenlal, C. 55 Collvltt'-1-6 Pimenlal, P. 1 1 1 South 40 Pimenlal, T. 23 Diyiaion 44 Pimentel. L. 351 Brook 45 Pimenlel, M. 363 On-hard 40 Pina, E. 991 Pleasant 40 Pina, L. 19 Rivltniond 40 Pina, R. 58 s,.....-.- 40 Pina, T. 130 Harkum 45 Pina. V. 111 -1i'u:ltm'tA. 40 Pinto, F. 35 MsC-url. 44 Pinto, J. 5 Bvrtmnd W.. A. 43 Pires, C. 104 Bluvtivld 40 Pitlsley, L. 121 Austin -10 Plummer, M. 310 Park 40 Poitras, J. 253 Rm-tl 40 Policarpo, A. 41 Fruit 40 Ponte. M. 139 Easton 4-6 Ponte, W. 415 Summvr 40 Pontes, K. 462 Loftus 4-6 Poulos, L. 292 Rivhinontl 10 Poulos, V. 790 Rtwktlalt- A. 40 Pragana, A. 39 Whitman 45 Quail, P. 41 Capitol 44 Quiles, F. 143 Ditision 44 Quinones, L. S1 Riu-t44 Quintin,J. 201 Sassy.-r-46 Racine, C. 344Ct'tlar 40 Racine, L. 172 Doane- 46 Ralael, V. 19 Bannister 46 Ramos, P. 114 S. Se-tt-nth 40 Ramos, Ri. 70 Yah- 46 Ramos, Ru. 105 Blm-fic-lfl 40 Raphael, P. 40 Milliury 44 Raposa, D. 509 Rive-l 40 Raposo, J. 7 Viall 44 Raposo, M. H. 361 County 40 Raposo, M. J. 301 County 40 Raymond, J. 285 Plvasant 40 Rebello, J. 257 N. From 46 Reed, G. 152 Hathaway 4-6 Reid, M. 26 Rounds 10 Resendes. M. 125 Nash R, 46 Reynolda, P. 963 Brantwood 45 Ribeiro, P. 151 Rockland 40 Rijo, C. 11 Bay lies 45 Riveira, J. 143 S. Su-ond 40 Riveira, R. 143 S. Sofontl 4-0 Rivera, E. 59 Hit-ks 40 Rivera, N. 59 Hit-ks 40 Roberts, D. 112 Mt. P14-asant 40 Roberts, L. 77 Cmnt 40 Robillard. D. 187 Harwirh 45 Rocha, C. M. 59 At-ushm-t A. 40 Rocha, M. 17 Sidney 40 Rock, L. 1023 Joyre 45 Rock., S. 225 Phillips A. 46 Roderick, R. 28 Rt-y noltla 40 Roderiques, B. 30 Grt'f'nbrivr D. 45 Rodrigues, B. 361 Frie-da 4-1- Rodrigues, M. 60 Lake 40 Rodriguez, C. 102 Pnrvltast- 40 Rodriguez, S. 642 First 44 Rodriques, M. 465 Bolton 40 Rogers, C. -1-6 Park -10 Romanoski, R. 737 Mitlilli- R.. A. 43 Rose, J. 47 Willis 40 Rose, K. 179 Morris -15 Rose, S. 21 Spoons-r -10 Rossi,J. 119 Dix iaion 44 Rounseville. L. 121 Aqttitlitt-rl. 44 Rouselle, D. 17 Winlit-lil. Fr. 17 Roy, P. 43 Ha,.t.l....t 40 Roy, R. 222 Rirlttnontl-1-0 Ruggeri. E. 458 Aoi.-y B. 45 Russo, M. 242 Ply ntontlt 40 Russo, R. M. 640uklawn 4-1 Ryan, K. 13 l'lzmtl1oriu-Tor. 40 Ryan, P. 160 Aqnultwi-L 44 Rybka. R. 371 Court 40 Sabino. J. 32 Kant' 40 Salvador. M. 79 Ro1'ltlantl-40 Samanica. L. 98 Cowll 4-5 Santos. B. 570 Chi-rry Tm- L, 40 Santos, D. 74 South 40 Santos, l. 87 Washington 40 Sardinha, P. 83 Chunrt-ry 40 Sannenlo, P. 52 Fair 40 Saunders. J. 52 llighluiitl-10 Saunders. S. 25 Arorn 40 Savaria, J. 12tX1 Chun-h 45 Schard, R. 47 Rirlyn-mood R. 45 Sequeira, J. 88 Hathaway 46 Sevisny, J. 984Oaltlt'y 45 Shanks, B. 570 Kvniplon 40 Shepard, G. 16 Mi'Murray Ct. 40 Shurtlell. Sh. 434 N. Front 46 Sllurllell, Su. 434 N. Front 46 Silva. A. 209 Aqitnlin-rl. 4-4 Silva, B. 144 Morgan 40 Silva, D. 504 N.1-'ront 16 Silva, F. 519 Nash R. 46 Silva, J. 653 Bro. 1. A. 44 Silva, M. C. 209AquimInt-1 L 44 Silva, M. F. 257 Bt-Ili-yillv A. 46 Silva, R. 102 Dutitl 44 Silva, Rui 505 Riwl 40 Silva, S. 144 Morgan 4-0 Silveira, D. 70 Ruth 4-4 Silveira, L. 383 So. St-vontl 40 Silveira, M. 52 Fruit -10 Sims, M. 31 K4-vin'-10 Smilowitz, J. 56 llollyhovlt 40 Smith, E. 58 Ritlgi-wotxl R. 45 Smith. R. 493 Chant 1-ry 40 Soares, Joao 429 W. Clinton 4-0 Soares, Jose 421 1lnion40 Sosa, M. 58 C.1tnplwl140 Sousa. D. 414 Ct-tlar40 Sousa. M. 124 Arlinyzton 45 Soulo. C. 7 Coluntliia 40 Souu. D. 165 Slt-wnanlt 45 Souza, Pam. 114 Tri-mont 40 Souza, Pa. 125 Cla rk 40 Souza. R. 1126 Wvatgalt- 45 Spicer, C. 1126 Pi-quot 45 St. Celais, D. 397 Ct-:lar Gr. 46 St. Pierre, C. 28 Ritlgi-mood R. 15 Staley. Jae. 85 Harkuni 45 Staley,Jan. 46 llurltnm 45 Stals, S. 2660 Avtohm-t A. 45 Steadrnall. K. 551 Ki-nipton 40 Storer, D. 17 Ml. Yi-rnon-1-0 Sullivan, L. 318 A.l1l4'yBl.4-6 Sullivan. S. 170 Diyision 4-4 Swanson, A. 1613.-it nshnt-t A.-16 Sweet. C. 985 K.-inplon 40 Swill. D. 4-63 Mill 40 Sylvia, C. 37 Bay 40 Sylvia, C. 8 Watt-rly 40 Sylvia, Da. 83 l.i1rr1i Dr, 45 Sylvia, Don. 10.-Anthony 40 Sylvia, Dor. -1-1Wil1urtl4-4 Sylvia, C. 123 Bn-lla-yur-14 Sylvia, L. 60 Babbitt 40 Sylvia, R. 1 17 A-h 40 Szklany, S. 127 Maywood -15 Szyndlar. F. 246 Huntlin. A. 43 Taber, J. 368 Park 40 Tavares, D. 157 Ct'tl.1r-10 Tavenner,-G. 87 Ch.-.toni 40 Taylor. E. 125 Court 40 Tenore, T. 23 Aahlt-y 44 Teodoro, C. 17 Scott-l-1 Testa, E. 105 Hviitlovl. 40 Tetreault, Jar. 241 Haw lhornt- 40 Tetreault, Jan. 3116 Arusltnt-l A. 15 Teves, M. 1 154-an 40 Teixeira, C. 183 Cltnrrli 45 Toro, A. 72 P.inn-lu D, 10 Torres, C. 151 Tinltlta ni -16 Torres. L. 369 B4-luir 15 Toyiair, T. 1065 Be-it-rlt 15 Tracz. B. 215 Mt. Pl--.taunt 40 Tripp. J. 226 Stott- 10 Turner. P. 286 Sinilll 4-0 Tumer, S. 22 Ct-tlnr 40 l'do, E. 38 Crow 40 l'do, lf. 118 Grow 40 l'pham, D. 25 Ch.--tout 10 Valenle, R. 55 Nantilnx 44 Varao, S. 17 Hn...-y 40 Vasques. P. 204 County 10 Ventura, M. 530 No. Front 45 Verrier, L. 15 Cliit-opt-v 40 Vezina, J. 1121 Chun-hill 45 Viegaa, N. 27 Panu-la D. 40 Vieira. G. 231 Myrtlv 46 Vieira, D. 04 Fruit -10 Vieira, D. 18 Milton -10 Vieira, W. 161--an 46 Vie-ra, M. 918 Putt- 1111145 Yiera. R. 501 So.St-1-onil4-1 Vipon, R. 357 Sam y 1-r 46 Viveiros, S. 1 Diinan 46 Walker, L. 206 Maple' 40 Watkins, D. 282 Hawthorn 40 Weeden, L. 309 Ash 40 Westgate, R. 2 1"larl.uni 45 Wetmore, A. 348 Ct-tlar 40 Whiting. D. 9 Browne-1140 Wienzek, B. 25 Pinvtu- 40 Willett, M. 479 Cvclnr Gr. 46 Williams, C. 323 Maxlivltl 40 Wilson, A. 636 All:-n 40 Wilson, B. 20 Elizalit-th -10 Woodis, L. 1082 County 46 Wonley, A. 412 Maylit-ltl 40 Yankopolus, D. 2065 Arttalitit-t Ay. 45 Yehle, E. 16 Roan.-ll 40 Yotides, T. 287 Afhli-y Bl. 46 Younglagblood, A. 63 Nash R. 46 btir, P. 37 Fairmount 40 144 HUM ----......,,. c fy N J .1 ff Z ' ii!! C YOU SAID IT To Miss Rainvilltfs Soph. Frt'nt'h III Class: .It' tlt'sirt' tu ht'urt'aux trt n't'st pas t'n tlangt'ru. DR. To Camper Chris: I'It"s so fint'. . . wish ht- wt'rt' mint'. Donit forgot. Yottr Swinging Singing Partnt'r Mark: It's bt'f'n a long timt'. but wt"rt' finally gratluating. Youiyt' bt't'n a rt'al frit-nd antl always will bt'. tlonit lost' lttllt'll . . . All My I.ovt', "Btwn" Dt'b, a CSP.: In tht' Masavhists Valltey grtrtrn M81M's might be ust'ful. Surt'l l.ovt' Dt'b anotht'r G.S.P. To Sandi and Sut': Always rt'mt'mber K.O., S.O.. antl B,I'I. in our 12th gradt' English Class. Rt'mt'mbt'r Mr. Nvwman. also. Marvellt' To my' St'nior Class antl Prt'-St'nior Friends: Good Lut'k in tht' future. Takt- t'art', Paul Arguin Stove K.: May you livt' your lift' soarrhing for a spart' tirt' at the dump in tht' rain. P.S.. lost'r gt'ts Kart'n. Your CCU Buddy. Ru. Cht't'rlt'aders of 79: "Mt'morit's light tht' t:ornt'rs of our minds." Do tht'y light tht' t'ornt:rs of your t'yt's. rt'mt'mbt'r tho way wt' wPrt'. Maurt't'n 81 Lisa S. E.P.Y.: Haw' fun with tht' minors! Beast Always, W.'I'.P. Sandi: Was it tht' vsophagus or the anus?l Always rt'mt'mbt'r our A pt'riotl t'ornt'r in tht' Physiology. "Wildt'." Mart't'llt' Stt'y't' C.: What a thing to hayt' in t'ommonl Wt'll. at lt'ast you're Cynit'al now. A gross antl t'xaggt'ratt'd liar. Ru. LMLB: Tht' tt'ars antl tht' laughtt'r. tht' Drt'am Mat'hint'. and tht' Horses. tht- Tiggt-rs, and the Poohs 7 I'll rt'mt'mbt'r. will you? I..oyt', W.T.P. Bob: Somt'day you'll gt't a t'urly' haired girl naint'tl JoAnne, antl it won't bt' only in yourdreams. . .Gut'ss Who Dt'ar Lynnts. Rt'mt'mht-r T.C.I.F. antl M and T and W antl T and S antl S. Lovt' Patil Sandy Mat': Rt'mt'mbt'r your fourth gradt' loyt'r wht'n you'rt' an old maid. Martha: ht'y sis. want somt' lasagna? St't' you in spattt' , . .Low to both of you. Ru. K.B.N.: Say "HH" to tht' trt't', . ."Tht' Littlt- Ont' in tht' Pooh Suit." Pat: Iim surf' that rumor wasnit trut'. but tht'n. why tlitl Mark lt'ay't'?I rt'ally tlo think E.R.A. and fashiont'ttt's stink. . .Cut'ss Who P.O.C. 81 R.F.B.: Vt'ni. yidi. pat'nt' yit'i. Maria Bob B.: Homo Nolinus nonus tt'ras hairums. Bah! Sam Bush: Do you havt' tht' t'ar'! Wt'll. what gootl art' you? Ruy antl I'It'ldt'r: That wasn't us at Buttonwootl Park. antl Dt'b H.: I didn't writt' on Cfaryis t'ar. . .Takt' t'art', Paul LYVILB 81 L.C.R.: St't' you nt'xt Now Yt'ar's If.y't', OK? W.T.P. Ru: You always wt'rt' ont' of my bt'st frit'nds. Kt't'p t'ooI and t'onfit.lf'nt antl tht'rt"s no limit to what you t'an tlo. St't' you in taollt'gt'. . , Ru. Lisa R.: Through t'y't'rything wt"y't' bt't'n through togt'tht'r, wt? still madt' it. You art' antl always will bt' t'onsidt'rt'tl a t'losf' frit'nd, t'vt'n though you havt' an aw ful "split." Lovtr, Maurt't'n. Cht'r 7 Rt'mt'mbt'r tht- phrast', "Ahhh, look ottt for that t'ar, Samirlli Sam S.M.. S.D.. K.K. 7 Lt't mt' put it this way . , . itls tht' lt-galititfs of tht- wliolt- thing. Samir Mart: Rt'mt'mht'r tht' grt'at timt's and t'Xpt'rit'nt't'sl How about wt'aring your blut' alligator shirt antl your blut' Dit'kit's'f Cht'r WE. You bt'ttt'r tnoyt' it. t'an't stay ht'rt' all nightl In I'It'avt:n, tht'rt' ainit no . . . so tIitt'h itl T.T. Mikt': You d 7 tl inisanthroptv. may your photos ntwtwr tIt'vt'lop. Paul A. 7 I'It'y. you maniat', rtrturn to tht' st'ttin from wht'nt:t' you t'amt'. Tt'n straight wt't'ks at tht' Rountll Good lut'k. Bu. M.S.R.: I'in sorry I brokt' Harry 's 7 glass. twt-n if I tlidn't brt'ak tht' 7 thingl W.T.P. S..l. 81 MP.: Can you walk a straight lint' aftt'r ont'i'f Would you likt' a spt'akt'r'! C.I,. 81 D.F. fVIt'it-hz Rt'mt'tnht'r, tIon't t'omt' to me for a ritlt' to a cast party 7 M.P.. GP.. M.B.. VP.. and my'st'lf yott'tl you outl Takt' t'art'. Paul C.Ia.: Enrit'hmt'nl. tht' musicals, Silyt:rstt'in's, Slumbt'r Party, T-Bags, two yt'ars of vrazy lunt'ht's togt'tht'r. Don't forget tht' grt'at timt'sl Lovt'. Sam To R.C.: Bt't'aust' of you. I'Il always ft'ar going to t'hurt'h. bitt I'll "agt't tlown antl agt't funquiu fort'yt'rl S.C. L.M.B.L. 81 I.If.T.: SSSSLLLLIQUUURRRRPPPPYII W.T.P. Sam: Wt' madt' itlll Rt'mt'inbt'r tht' plays thvatll arms. armslj dancing lt'ssons. and t-sp. slutnbt'r party 'TTI It was funl Bt' good, Cht'r "This Ones for you." .l.T.: .lust bought a Styx album: Tht' Intoltlrablt' Illtision . . now' if only tht' lt'atl singt'r t'ould gt't lary ngitis mort' oftt'nl SC. L.M., I..C.R.. K.R.C..l.: Thanks for tht' gootl timt's. Kt't'p in tout'h. W.T.P.D.I"..S,.I..S.K.,D.I'I., 51 R.C..: Food fightlll I wontlt'r if Silyt'rstt'in's will t'yt'r ht- tht' samt'?'f Who trippt'tl tht' alarm 7 not int'l C.I,. Dt't': You'rt' iny itt'tl to my wt'dding . . . Ellt'n LC.: "Thanks for ht'ing a frit'nd." What t'l:-st' t'an I say? I.oyt'. W.T.P. To Emily: Can yott makt' int' a rt'yt'rsal of tht' rt'yt-isall' Iaoyt'. your football followt'r To tht' Ct'nt'ral: You'rt' not t'ont't'itt'tl, just t'ony'int't'tll I,oyt'. Miss Bort'tlom To tht' Pizza King: Tht' guy who van t'at a pizza in fivt' ininutuslll Loyt'. tht' Inlrutlt'r Mario: Your moust' will always havt: a plat't' with mt'. Rt'mt'mbt'r our At-t- of Spatlt's antl 3. 3. 3. . .Y Ellvn To Emily: Clit-lt. t'lit'k. t-lit-It!! Loy't'. Your Football I7ollowt'r K.R.C.J. ,lust wait 7 I'Il t'orrupt you yt'tl W.T.P. K.B.N.: Bt'mt'nibt'r tht' Rountll W.T.P. To Bt'tl: Oh giyt' mt' a homt' w'ht'rt' tht' buffalo roam . . . I..oy't'. Chris Eyt'rt To .luliusz Wht'n is tht' last timt' a strangt' man ft'll on top of your motht'r at tht' Polynvsian? Who I.ovt's Ya. Tt-lly To .luliusz Now Mt'ropt' antl Polybus wt'rt' not his trut' part'nts. bitt tht'y trt'att'tl him as trttt' part'nts woultll Vivariously Yours, Rovt'r To Julius: Art' wt' going rlamming in tht' nutlt' 7 oh null. I,oyt'. IVIr. Sailboat To C.L.I'I. antl Company: Kt't'p trying and you will sut't't't'tl. A.R.S.F.F. 7 Mit'hat'l: Thanks for bt'ing tht'rt' wht'n I nt't'tlt'tl you antl for all your loyt' antl undt'rstantling. Rt'mt'mht'r all thost' good timt's whit'h startt'tl way hat-lt frt'shman yt'ar. thost' st't'rt't mt't'tings at tht' moyit s: It-t us not forgt't that t't'rtain spt-t-ial movit'. what was it again? Wintt'r 'f Lovt' Ya, Munt'hkin Crt'w 7 For all tht' partying wt' did up Rit'k's houst' and for all tht' pt'oplt' that wt'nt tip tht'rt'. Wt' stirt' hatl a lot of good timt's up tht'rt'. I wotiltl just likt' to say "Hats Off". wt' madt' it through tht' y't'ar. Ey't'ry'hody' stay t'lost' bt't'aust' wt' will bt' starting tip again soon. Don't forgt't Douhlt' Vision antl tht' V's. C.A.P. To my squad of T9 7 Thanks for a grt'at yt'ar. Bt'mt'inbt'r I.C,F.. football gamt's. sot't't'r bust's. pot-lut'k suppt'rs. antl all tht' gootl timt's. Youirt' all t'razy. Sargt'l BS. 7 It's all yours nt'ytt yt'ar. Nancy. Donald 7 It's nit't' to know that you trust mt'. You'll always bt' spt-t-ial to mt', l'II miss youl Low. Loost' Cvrt't'nt'. Flan. Sully 7 Bt'mt'mbt'r tht' t'ar t'hast'. long talks. antl munt'hit's at away hot'kt'y gamt's. I'It'mt'mht'r typing latt: for I.C.I7. with tht' pizza. C.B.'s flashing antl our long st'art'h for It'annit' matt'rial. Rt'mt'mbt'r E.S.'s t'ar brt'aking tlown antl our somt'timt's aggravating away haskt'tball gamt's t'uz of Boris St Tttt'kt'r. You'rt' all grt'at frit'ntls antl thanks for t'yt'rything. Iaoy't'. Lisa P. 7 I'It'y honl How ya doin? Do you bt-litfvts in 73? .l. 7 Hay t' you t'yt'r t'onsitlt'rt'tl st-lling tht' rights to "Tht- I2 Days of Pliysit's?" D. To Alison. Brookty Carolyn. Chris, Iat'kit'. ,IoAnn. lVIai1rt't'n. Pat. Sargv, Sully. antl Toni: I'Il always rt'mt'mbt'r tht' grt'at timt's t'ht't'ring antl will miss you tt'rribly'. I know I was a yt'ry priyilt'gt'tl Junior. Yottr Spaz To tht- Rt'inaintlt'r Calt'ulus Kitl: You liarl You wt'rt' too in Boston on Nov. I. The MSZM Kid. P.S. No, Groundhog Day tlot's not tt'll tts if tht'rt"ll ht' anotht'r day in Ft'bruary'. Mat'k 81 Carolyn: Thanks for brt'akfast at tht' Panvakt' I:Ioust'. It was surt' worth itl Wt' owt' you onta I.isa antl Brit: "Tht' IVIonstt'r you t'rt'att'tl" Tut'kt'r: Thanks for a yt'ry happy st'nior yt'ar. Wt' lt'ayt' a lot of happy mt'morit's and funny' timt's. t'spt't'ially tht' tlut'ks. hrokt'n lippt'rs. Lont' Wolf. antl "Tht' Millsfi Tht'rt' will bt' many mort' aht'atl, Youirt' a t'razy guy antl I loyt' youl Hotsluff M,C.. T.T.. T.P., antl thtv rt'st of E.S.'s gang: l'll nt'vt'r forgt't all of yotir t'omplaints, but just rt'mt'mbt'r "all" tht' timt's I sat homt' for you guysl Mrs. Smith To M.,l.L.. R.II.. M.B.. M.C., M.F., A.Y.. and CLC., wt' wish you tht' lit-si of lut'k in tht' futurt'. Takt' t'art' of yourst'lvt's. I,oy't' IF. antl M.,I.C. Dt'ar CLF.. fVI.P.. PC., .I.I7.: Lot mt' bt' a littlt' kindt'r. . .YourI:rit'ntlly Bt-ll Ringt'r Pat: Youiyt' bt't'n Iiltt- a sistt'r to mt' for 16 yt'ars. Thanks for I1f1l'tI'Y.Y ht'ing tht'rt- You'rt' a wontlt'rful frit'ntl. Lisa. BS. Rt'tnt'mht'r tht' funny' oltf storit's toltl to Mo. Dt-l, antl Boob in Sr. I.oungt'. A pt'riod. Nanry: You'rt' on yotir own now antl you'll ht' just grt'at. bitt in '79 wt' tlitl out ratt'l Don't forgt't tht' gootl timt's wt' all hatl. Antl wt"ll bt' watt'hing you. yott littlt' spazl Lovt', LR.. I..S.. M.I7.. .l.V., T.C.. .l.I'I.. CI... A.P.. B.A.. C.S.. 81 PC. Mrs. Morgan 7 l'm working on my Bis. Thanks for t'yt'rythingl You'rt' grt'atll Martha Ellt'n 7 I'It'rt"s ont' to Mr. Walkt'r. Wt' shoultl st'riously t'onsitlt'r buying somt' stot'k in that vompanyll St't' you at tht- nt'xt AA mt't'tingl Cut'ss Who? Cht'r 7 You'rt' a nutl Maybt' thatis why wt' gt't along so wt'll, Nt'yt'r forgot "our -y song," tht' slumbt'r party 'Ti antl don't forgot I still hayt' a tlisvriininating pit'turt' lHaHal Martha Sandy' 7 Ialt'art for I'It'art. antl Soul for Soul, I,t't us bt' frit'ntls fort'yt'r. Martha Maria - Ne-wr forge-l tht- night you almost 1-nrlvd up slvc-ping in the bathtub!! Martha "l'lv'tist- me-. pardon mv. what. huh?" or was it "Pardon me, exvusv me, what, huh?"l in-wrr'0l1lrl,1:1'l ilslraighl. Martha Tu all thc girls from Thr Othvr Side' of Midnight - l knvw you muld do it that way!! tllallal Martha To all '79 vhvvrlf-arlclrsz Thanks for all the grvat memories and good times, especially yuu. Rounsll Low. Sully Nlm- Filan: l d0n't think I c0uld'w had a be-ttvr partnc-r, even if we did laugh more than 1-lu-4-r. Kvvp in touvhll Low, Sully HU. Hvtlzfs wifv. Rc-mvmher all thi' fun this year with our "hetta's"! The othvr hetta's Hll'1'. ,lu-Ann and Chris: Nerve-r forget all the crazy things vw did. You two are great! Love, Sully To Ewryom- who hvlpvd sell ADS: Thanks a whole lol! Bvst of vwrything. From Pam K. Tn E.P.Y.: Rvmmnhvr P.J.H-. Hlhff' crowd, and our frivndship. Love P.A.K. B1-ttv and Sandi: You two are thc' grvatest. Thanks! Low Ya Lots. Pam Lisa: Y0u'rf' Z1 spoilt-d little bratl I wish you everything! Love, the' other spoiled brat L.A,: TJ. and I will meet you and John-John on ,l.L.B.K.O.'s place on Martha's Yin:-yard in 10 yvars. Cot Any Aspirin K-Kativ? Love. PK. and O.N.J. TO. KBN: Bc- a crowd plcaser and a free feaser. From 31B To KEN: Do apricots grow on Trees?'i' To Son of Wadia: Sail away with C.M. and Santa. To Paul: Happy Birthday but forgvt the apritrots. To Bobby B: B. Gd. at Hvrd, Kvp in Ich. Myb I'll Share' my NBI Pm WXU, Gd. lck Alnys lSrrp. I rldn't rf'ssf.l ,l.E.T. To D1-l1bi0H: . . . And a film loop 97 times, From your fellow lyricist. To Sta-virk: Fire Engines - From your Physics Partncrs. To Sandy C. lf you stop sniffling. l'll pick up my feet! love P.K. + tO.N.J.l To BA.. thc- spvvial writer: Unique is more- like it: I told you Grogan would get hurt! SC. Bvllv. rvnu-mbcr the good times wt- had this summer. l hope we always slay good lric-nds. Good luvk forever. Love, Marcelle. A future- Drvam? If you will it, it isn't a dream. Good luck to the class of "79". - D.fVl.A. KBN: Remember Philadelphia - someone has toll WTP To H.,I.R.P.C.: Thanks for calming the waves when the seas got rough. Y0u'll get a YB. lvttvr yr-tl SC. Mike Donnvlly, thanks for the motorcycle rides and everything you did for mc. Darlene Duarte To PA.. thanks for the wonderful night at B.F. with L.P, signed, R.A.C.H.j.R.P.C. To "Louie" and "Charlie": Shark Club forever! Watch out for the "leech"ll Love Herb From GT. to L.A. "You mme with dc tour, you stay with de tour." Finn, How did it feel to be the onE' other guy in Martha's class? Bob Mart-1-llv. Remember all the good times we had from your freshman French class - my sophomort- Frvnvh class to our senior English. D0n't touch that door. Kong e e pong i nong tong 0 u Cong hong. Sandi Tu Betty S. "Carry On."' C,S,N + U! Viva Billy Joel. our "Piano mann! Love, Chris To Sue A. Cheerf Can't wait for Arizona. arv they ready for us? l'm ready for them, anytime! Low, Chris To Carlos B. Y0u'll never know or did you? Good Luck - will always think of you! F- Lunvh - Anoni mous To Holly H. A specialfrifnd- Though you arv lar, still you are' vt-ry near! You're No. 1 in my yrarlmokl Kvep writing those letters. MISS YA! Love, Chris To George and Armand. Thanks lor the be-st four yet. Brure Sam - Tw:-lw is the "KEY" number!! Hang loose and have a cool daylll Mother Goose Yu' - That coffee milk was part of the bvst lm-akfast I ever hadll Martha Difvo Queen - Y0u'v0 got darts!! Your danvf- partnerll lHaHaj Da-un - What do you think of ordf-ring 500 more? We'll sell them easy!! Martha Mit-Ly - Somvonf' must have switched tht' signs on thc' rest rooms around because I would nvwr haw. . .You still owe me about 10 favors but it's 0.K. you're welcome, Martha Fam-. Favs-, Fe-lla. Face - Nf'verf0rgctwr1'slling matvhe-s, N.Y,'s Eve-s, lizards 81 "S" Dist-asv. l'lI miss you. . .Love. Loose Clit-my Rider - Take good Parc of that illegitimate frvvklo of yours. Thanks for being Ilu-rv, Low. Loose Carolyn: New-r forge-t "Happinvss" and All the other great timvsl Thanks for always living there and remember the phone booth. Luv ya, Pat Little lock - Y0u'll nvwr make it lu "high" vourt. R1'm4-ml1f'rour4l:.ll1'. l2f3lfT9 Low-, Loose Bunnies: Stay away from opvn fingm-rs. gravy surke-rs. anrl lic-stus. Thanks lor undvrstanfling. Low-. "K.S." Brooklyn: Thanks I0 you. l'll new-r lu' thirslyl Thanks for all tht- grunt timt-sl Lux Ya. Pat To tht' Shark Club: Ge-t tha- lea-1-lt, .fur 31 vm-niyl Thanks for my grvut Ium'ht-sl Lux Ya, Charlie T0 Spaz + Plvazrr, Party on 0nr'z-. haw- a grvul lift-l Fawn PS. Remember llnrsf-in-Vk T0 Mr. Walsh + his E pvriod vlass, l'm not as strange aslst-1-m. Cowl Luvk. Lori "How arf' things owr in Dublin. Damon? Dovs there sc-em tu lu- funn' liupz- of a constitutional svttl0m4rnl'f" Low, Mommy Ellvnl Would you like mf' to treat this like- aj0k4'?Y1-s No . l,ma-. Mario You really nvvvr know how murh you likvfl smiivlmtly until thcfra- rt-ally gum' - to a special friend Most rf-membc-re-rl is being with Cl:-0. Heading for US. Navy To the West End kid and Bobby. . .Dal Mt- To tlw Lizards, Good Luvk in thc- luturr' and always rcmvmbvr that guinv. P.S. Wt' arr- going to get you, The Mavhinfx Hey Mo. B. We- heard you elon't iwar any unrlvrwm-ar, is that truv? lVl.P. + LE. To Diane: L0t's hear il for thc va:-ay homt' lvstl Rvmvmlwr, it all started ulivu isi- lookvd at your Nvrk Lawr'.'JB + RF D.F., C.L,, lVl.P., E.H. Remember tha- night ul thc' Driu--In this yvur Ba-ruiiw In Heaven Then' ain't No Bc-vrl SJ To thc' girl without und:-rvwar. takv can-. P.G. Car, Cor, Shvr. and Pam - Thanks f Ly nm- T0 Basia: Purple is rm! my favorite color. If you van avoid it, rloifl ever lu- tiimtlurliml! 13510, 310. 810, 310, 35103 l.B. To Debbie H.: M. 81 Mfs PEANUTS To tht' other half of PIH, a timid youth whos:-1-xista-nm-is pt-rnu-att-al hy u sordid lust which extends forever. . . into the Twilight Zum-. Sm: you thvrrx Ru To D.H., Y0u'rv pic. I'm Pool and to S.M.J.. Meet mf' at thc' dump in lvn wars. H.J.R.P.C. The RU - May Herman gut you for all thosx- falling books, rocks. unrl pf-nnivs. Your C.C.U. Pal. P.S. - Don't laminate' him! P.P,S. l'll trade you a horn fur u vigar. Diana - I'm rvally glad things arc- working for you. l'll miss you wry muvli, Low. Loose. To Crrmz Remember our many 1-xp:-rivnvf-sz getting turnvd away vilivrt-wr us- su-nt and most of all rt-memlwr our clouhlt- flat:-sf! From Virlz-ss Miss Allen: "Thank you" 1'an't say 1-nough. l'll ln- hack for your job. Lou-. Luvy. Liga: Remember great time-s and good frivnrls: Newport Us this lvm to start it1'l: toothpaste: New Year? Eu-1 Harbor B1-arrh: fun with RH. aml S.B,: mostly llH'g1f't'liI friendship wtf share. Low, ,lavkie ES. and Kenny - I hatt- lf-aving you behind guys llwvailsf' I 4'an't trust you two alom-ll. Low, Lucy P. Greene - Coke! Thanks for all tlu' unforgvttalrle tim:-s. From MCI to liappiiivseq. Henry J. Comminsky thv square, Fra-nch frivs, skate-boards. 800-325-3535. and getting stuvk in phone booths. You'rv great . . . Love ya. Carolyn PS. ls that F.P.R rar'!l Brooke f Thanks for all your he-lp and urulvrstanding. I f'0uIrln'l have inutlv il through without you. l'lI nr-vcr forge-I thv things w'v'vc gone through. Anil tu tlu' nuts who bought Dunkin Donuts 1.114-130 a.m.. Wl'If'Ff'.!4ll1K' l11llli?l.,0Xf'. Swv:-tie' To the cheering squad of '78-'79 - Thanks for all tht- laughs and good limi-s. From cheering camp to Ihr- Durfm- Calm- und David Prouty. Y0u'r:- all grvall Love ya, Sweetie To our para-nvurotic Erliturwin-Chivf fE.PY.j: Tlivre wc-rv times l'm Nun- you l-tm-w. when wc bit off more than wr could chew . . . of spats and quarrt-Is wt-iw had u ft-w. but more than this, we could not flu, without you, ooh-ooh-oh. lsoapsurls. plvatstnl All our low- L.A. and G.T. P.K. lC.O.j Daddy bought mt' Grvt'm'1'. Toll mr' lhat thc- rumor sweeping Monaco isn't tru:-. Your daddy didn't rmlly buy you thc' English Navy to match your Iranian army. Faux pas, Christina, faux pas. Low. L.A. 11.0.3 Woirdo. l'm worth thf' trip. All my lik:-. Sunkin fVlum'hkin. H.C. Someday what? L.A. C.T. Lock yoursc-If in tht- closet and pray to K.C, uml tht- rl:-wil lSam4'4lilfr-rvi1:'4'l L.A. Fitziv. Georgina, Grffta, vu-'x'v been through it ull. havvn't wv? l r'oul4ln't haw- uslu-tl for ht-tter company. Thanks for all thx- mvrnorivs. Wish there were nmrv. Lou- ya. Fanny. Kelly. Laurir. To Elaine' P. Lightfoot: ls thv grass always grt-1-iicr mt-r Carrlvnk shuultlvrl' Frum the- Calvulus Kid, R.C. - Ya-S, I haw thc' "limousine-" today. Sanfs Luxurious Litnouhimi S4'l'Xl4'4l will stop at the vnrl of svhool. Rvinirulr-r: All your bills arf- still on crm-4lil. unpaid. Sain Bush R.B. A Mr. Besen, WAKE UP!! Samir E.Y. k Elaine, "SHUT UP!" Samir H. J.T. fl know you are not really C.M. or M.C. Samir J.D. - Hey, Dziuba, f'rr me here. Samir To all my friends on F and G lunch shift and everyone at E.G. Park: remember all the fun and laughter we had: I'll never forget you guys. Darlene Duarte Neyer forget Mr. J. Raposo or the fun we had in physiology' and English. Good Luck, Seniors, and Best Wishes. Darlene Duarte To K.N.: Thanks so much for setting me straight? To Red: Let's plan a trip to Germany! Steeeve G Period Lunch friends - I'll miss you guys, even if you are only a bunch of immature juniors. Love, Lucy Cheryl, Don't snap any wires. . .they might ring!!! Dave and Steve Mrs. Sawyer's G-period gang 7 Remember dirty jokes and all the racks. "But I don't want to go to Physics." Hey, Ruy, want a slip for the boy's room? Brady Brunch - Always remember our one big happy family and all the fun we had. If any of you ever need a friend or someone just to talk to, just call. Love always, Alice To O'Sardinha, Thank you for being you, little boy. I'll see you in the SYMPHONY! Love KOA-LE-BEAR R.C.: "Was it supposed to be that soft?" J.T. To Julius: Who's in that bathtub? Lovc, Chico To Martha: Thanks for all the great memories, but most of all thanks for being a great friend!!! From Vie To certain members of the Class of '79: Put down those depression straws and forget our planned suicide parties. Just think of the future -there is so much to live for!! - P.R. To D.H.. !VI.R.. S.J., D.R., H.H., L.A., C.L.: Thanks for the fantasies. You'll never know what you missed. fShould you change your mind, weare in the phone bookl Love, PIH. M.R. - Yes Martha, you really can do it that way! The Girls from the Other Side of Midnight. No, this is not a picksup place, D.H., S.J. To my "G period" lunch table: Remember all the laughs we had and especially remember our great Christmas caroling!!! From V.P. Deb R.: l'll always remember you as being a kinky gravy sticking pig. Love, "K.S." To Miss Martha: ls that gown magenta? Love, Solomon To Julius: And that lady wouldn't even give me enough money for an ice cream cone. Love. Mr. Nice Guy' To the other half of PIH, Ain't lust grand? and to S.C. May you have smooth sailing as very high seas. H.J.R.P.C. D.J. 7 Worm, ignorant splits in sand ride great on ponies and fire engines. Stevie. Flammy - You're one heekuva lady! l'll miss you! Love, Lucy. To L.J.A., SOMEDAY! Love, H.J.R.P.C. It's soft and warm down here in crevice town!!! From Vicki, Barbara, and Marie To Mr. Longo: Have you received any love letters latelyfff From M.V.M.B. Stevie: Penelope and a pink chiffon dress look good with ignorant, misguided pitchers!!! D.J. To Martha: Remember Baconburger?? From Vic K.N., S.J.. and C.L.: Are French films really even better if they're run backwards? D.H. To Vic: Did you learn anything from our little talk at West Islandfff From Marie and Barbara Lucy: lf I ever see you holding hands with anyone, I'll rip your hairnet off and then youill really be in trouble!! Love, Deb Freddie and Roger: You give us a Sheer Heart Attack. D.B. 81 S.G. Lynne: Your "Corner of the World" is beautiful, I,m glad that you share it with me. Remember we'll always be a couple of "wild and crazy guysf' "but that's O.K. for me." Love, Sherri Jeanne: To whom I'vc spent the last 4 years with: I hope to spend a lifetime with you. Lisa S.: Get with the Beat or Smell you Defeat! Black pants and black hands it was worth it! Youire a great friend. Maureen Robbie: Which are you, systematic or efficient? "Thanks" for the Christmas present. l'll never completely recover from knowing you. J.B. Dear M.F.: "GOOD MORNING!!" Love, The Flake To Our Illustrious Leader: May your quads never crinkle and your croppcrs always crop. WTP To the gang and R.R. groopies: Thanks for all the fun times and laughs. l'll miss you all . . . Love, Donald To the crazies in psych and my P.8zA. partner: Thanks for all the good times, it was a great year. Love, Jan Dear L.B. lAnd that docsn't stand for Lucy Benevides eitherl: To you I leave the custody of my hunters, but - I get first priority when I'm home! Love, Chee-Zee Rider To Sally, A true oran-u-tan: We've come a long way together. Thanks for all the good times, and you would be a great Shell answer man. Think about it. Love, Janc Ruance and Chinkipoo: Thanks for all the fun from 7th grade to Calculus. Take Care. D.J. fChinkipiej Lucy' 81 Barbara: The two of you have made my life richer. Remember all the laughs and good times. I'Il never forget you two. Love Always. Donald Carleen: My G.A. Thank you for showing me who I am and letting me be me. You'll always fill my emptiness. Love, "Infinity" To Husky: The real thing is better than a pillow: stop: suicide is not the answer. Remember 1776: T.P, 81 "Z" Michael: l'll always cherish our unique relationship. lim looking forward to the future when we will be together always. Love, Jeanne Basia: Remember "THE LIFEGUARD' at West Islan Beach and the one on T.V. Love,Juluius To the Shark Club: Remember all the good times at lunch and don't ever forget Hboggy knees" or "Kangaroo", Love you all, Louie To David and Sandy f Think we'll ever find out how Miss Wildc's trip to California was? Martha and Bob P.K., May the future hold the key to unlock your dreams, forever. Love, B,C. Marcelle, Will always treasure our Senior year, including our Nancy Drew and George nights! Best friends? Love, Bette How is the "little gray wolf" today??? Still howling, I bet!! From your Cuz To Julius: Give us a nice toothy smile. . . Love ya, the Disco King Dear L.A.: Don't forget to lock me in the closet to-pray'-to-K.Cfor-the-Devil-same- difference. With glue, G.T. To the General: How deep is the ocean? All my love, Miss Boredom To Sandy S., Barbara T., and Phyllis R., can I borrow a pencil? Bob To Abby-Baby: See you in Panama, To dig another lock, for Mr. Spenalzo love and arsenic, Martha-Baby Barb and Lisa: I'm turning over in my grave. Love, Bing To the Drama Club fellas: Remember those really swell times, remember what it's like to be young and gay. M.R. - My partner in the "downtown" crime. Hang loose, Mother Goose! Thanks for everything. Love, Sam Lisa, Maureen, Carolyn, Lisa - We're 31, is what we yell, We-'re 31. Can't you tell? Love, Jackie Yank: The Turks are on your tail. The Plo is still looking for a few good men. whilc you have the chance. Billy Mayes To Doreen C. - Donit ever forget Smuggk or was it the Go Round? Come and see me at Tino's sometime! Thanks for ez-erjvlhingf OLAYPO! Loy e Chris P.A.: Watch out for those hit and run guard rails at the Mall, you dork. Mom I'I.C. 4 See if I ever go to the dump with you again! Helas, les descriptions sont magnifiques. S.J, Matt- forever! Love, Lucy To my favorite DJ - ha ha, I saw you in your nightgovvn at J.S.'s. Not bad knees. kid! P.S. 4 Gary's nose is squashed. Lots of love, Ru. What's up - hey everyone, Uglt, Uglt, Uglt, no Connulty, it isn't a seal. Paul To R.C., H.J.R.P.C.. J.T., K.N.: You really woke me up this year: next year I think l'll go back to sleep! S.C. Lori, Geri and Diane: What will you do without me? I will survive. will you? Joanne To Roy, Mark, Chip, and Steve - remember "The Machine" ami me. George and Dave: Hey guys, got my picture yet7f? Bette To Linda: Going back to Taunton on the bus? Wang Wang! Michele To Pamela - Fire - Let's save the credit union so we can be on T.V. - Ellen Keith - I don't want the divorce - Honey. To Sandy: Anybody got a tissue? Wow, it's hot in here! Love, Bette and Pam. C.S. . . . Always remember the crazy things wi-'ve done along with all the hard times we've shared. It was a dynamite year. Thanks! Love ya. Sis. Vivian - My number one scuz, Don't expect me to do good in volleyball today . . Ellie. C.L.S.. . . It was a dynamite year. . .Thanks . . .Love ya all!! P.G.: I'll always remember the fun we had when we went out, and I'll neyer forget your laugh . . . Love y'a, B.A. . . . To R.A.C.: I miss you, 1989? To Lidia - One T-Bone biem qui, Passe. Check the ice. What's number 64? Shui your face! The Angel. Wahoo Hoo: C.L.. N.P., L.S,, M,F'., L,R., B.A.. C.S.. A.C., IV.. A.P., P.G.. you're all so lueky! From IH. To Phil L: Always and Forever. . . Friends. Love, Dolly To N.F. - Slapshot, I'm listening to the . . . song. and D.P. - I'll always be above you. KH. To Tunes: You and me equal us. Dolly E.G. Love will always be near. Forever, T.P. Nloni and Dad: Thanks to you for everything. Love, T.P. Best of lurk to all my friends and to the elass of 79. Fellow classmates, never forget Ms. M . . . Debbie T0 C.C.: Donit forget that 341-xists, even afar. Always my "little sehnoogamsu Love, R.A.F. Doreen: Remember the times we had on F lunch shift. Don't forget M.P. and all my "Friends". Good Luck, Debbie Dear Lynne. the love of my senior year, remember us and the times. Love always, Patil To the Greene Bunch - Thanks for making my Senior Year something I'll never forget. . .Luv Ya, Dad. To the Strawberry-blonde guy in Senior Lounge - I think you're eute. Love, IS. Carol Sz Brian - I-Forever. Debbie: I haven't had any dreams lately, so I guess you won't be getting killed, after all! But just be on the safe side, take eare of yourself and try not to get into any ear aeeidents! The Dreamer Basia. Well. you ean call me Ray or you ean eall me Jay. but you don't have to eall me Ed. Love, Ed. I ean only say' "thank you" and I love you all. Elaine Nurse Martins. R.N., Twelfth grade wouldn't have been the same without pink slips. the Seienee Resource Center, Mrs. Parker, Miss Wilde's Class fUlgh!l, all our problems with eollege forms, and especially you as a friend! Stay' healthy, wealthy, and wise and keep in touch! Love, Dr. Poulos M.D. F Period lunch group, To a buneh of kids who I had a great time eating with fluneh period would have been boring without you!j. Always remember the moral of the year: Neyer stuff your horse full of jelly donuts or his stomaeh may explode! Love, The Horse Thief K.R. and S.C., I only wish that you had known how mueh I really care. E. Marie, We're gonna go Hawaiian! fwith our purple soeks!l Love, Debbie IB.. No Manny's just short! L.P. Mat-beth, I'm gonna get you at Birnam Woods! Love, Banquo's Ghost Bashoo, Remember, only you ean prevent forest eigars! fDo you have your hatffj Love, Ed T. Miss Traez, How do you expeet me to work with your hair when you're going bald? fDid you steal one of our eoats?j Love, Maria and Tony Basia, Always remember my bushy eyebrows, buck teeth, my talent as an actor and hoekey player, and especially my beautiful smile. Love. Robby' B. Sailboat Queen, Always remember those long. long, long, long summer days at THE BEACH. Clamming in the morning. sailboating with Chris, fyou were always good at that!j jogging to the lighthouse fouehll. and getting stuek in the mud fwell, one of us did. anyway!j. I enjoyed reminiseing in the water fl remember when . . .I But, I espeeially enjoyed the ice rream from Gulf Hill Dairy. Love, Orange Sherbert Seuz I: I'll always remember all the fun we had in I0th grade. After all, we met so many interesting people! "Navy Girl", Munroe Murgatroyd, and you know who! I-Iave you reeeiyed any Father's Day eards lately? Love to Pal and all the gang fDolores. Ma and Pa. Harry . . .J Greased Lightnin' - I will always remember 9th and 12th grade luneh. the "Little Grey Wolf", PJ.. the "Pied Piper", esueeially Lasso Fever, Maria, and Miss Wilde's 1-lass fspinous proeessess!j. How-w-w-l . . . Love, Your favorite eousin Inehie A I'll always remember: The day' my dueaine maehine broke down beeause an old bat got her wings eaught in it: The Day we went to the football game with our CAMERAS fuvliek, eliekul: Stonefaee in Miss Wilde's elass: Chemistry labs: Cheat notes: Weaselsg Moles: and espeeially you! Remember: "Hush Puppies are fun!" Love, Teddy Bear. Linda 81 Andria: Don't forget to meet me at Clark's Cove during the summer. 1.1. will be there along with three-legged rats. sharks. whales, and of eourse, Mr. M. l'm sure with all of those CHAR.'l'I1.'VC people there. we'll have a ball . . . Love. The Limpet Basia: The "Hawk" has fled! Love, Mrs. H. Basia: What physies? Love, Mr. A. Basia: Can I have a tissue? Loye. M.R. Round Hill: Remember: Thank God for the beautiful water. . . I remember when I was a ehild . . . Little Joy. Little Joy . . . what a beautiful sunset! Loye. The Reminiseer, fMrs. PJ Garden: Always remember - "Garden is a tw'it!", the Physies Phenomenon fGary. move your shoulder!j and the Caleulus Kid. fM.G. 81 the baekseatl. and NIE. NIE. NIE. From E.P. Lightfoot Bette 3 Gee, it's hot in here. Sandy' ,Iulius f I told you to turn it off. not pull it out. The Arm Burner Basia. You have plaees to go. and people to seeg still I'm going to miss you. But anyway, I wish you good spaees in the far away plaees you go. If it rains or it snows. may you be safe and warm . . . and if you need somebody sometime. you know' I will always be there. I know that we will never ehange, because we've been friends through rain or shine for sueh along, longtime. Love. .Iulius ,Iulius - How ean you ever forget Doe Wilusz's elass, fhush puppiesl, fWhat's up doe7j, fyour teddy bearji' Martha's elass fmeat leaves the stomaeh lastl. feough. eough, eough, ehoke, ehoke, ehoke. quiet while I get a drink of water. elassl fand of eourse that dueane maehinej. From sixth grade to twelfth grade fminus eighth. ninth and tenthl. thanks for being a friend. P.S. Inehie says HI! Emily flove erossed outl Is the grass f1lfl'llj'S greener oyer Garden's shoulder? You bet your ehlorophy ll it is!!! Bette - Gee it's hot in here! Sandy Baa Baa: The first pieture I took eame out a reversal. The seeond pietu re I took of you. and the eamera broke. So. you'll have to settle for a reversal of the reyersal. "Cli4'k Click" Samir and Ruy - SHUT UP!!! Your Org. Chem. and Physies fan elub P.A.K. tO.N.j.!J - We had some good times. I wish you only happiness. E. Basia. Alulabumba! Loye. Trini To the Three Nuts tC.F.. R.F.. AND J.B.l, whateyer you do in life always remember the Nutvraeker Suite, Hawaiian Wedding Songs, wild parties. sprained ankles, hurt knees, mushroom pizza fthe zehnle thing. Rueben!l people's baeks fespeeially in Englishl and espeeially Freneh Curses! Love. the Nuteraeker To Ann. Sandy. and Debbie, Wateh out for people who rummage through garbage vans in Chemistry elass! the "Wt-aseli' To the Other Spoiled Brat. I didn't appreeiate that! fstill, you're sueh a loyal. kind, eonsiderate friend. l'lI forgive you!! Love to Olivia. Mrs. T.. Mrs. P., Mr. Souvy. and all the spoiled brats in the world. Loye. the Spoiled Brat Feed Dragger: Got a tissue? Remember the novels you wrote in the ninth grade? Remember easy English in grade 10? fhomosevualsl and I'Il ulzeuyx remember you driving through stop signs. Keep a good supply of tissues. SZ Pam. pfertxe piek up your feet. The Sniffler Boobie, My guitar string broke so I i'an't serenade you anymore. Brother Loye eame over and sprayed my sheets with Glade. while Sweet Caroline was upstairs in my bathroom with her bottle of Neel Spray. The beautiful noise made Ya Ya and Babeai turn over in their graves but the song will always live on and on. Love, fall The Greek fNeill Parker S.. l'm going to get you! Loye. The Shark To the best C.C. staff ever: There were good times and not-so-good times but we had stuek together and made it. You all worked so hard and gave it everything you had. Bus. Phone 993-0334 Res. Phone 76345586 C. P. BRODEU R, INC. 80 WRIGHT STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. AUTHORIZED CATERPILLAR MARINE ENGINE USED ENGINES PARTS 81 SERVICE MARINE GEARS Bes+ Wishes 'Io 'rhe Class of '79 DUFF PLUMBING AND HEATING BONVILLE'S MARKET I42 Soufh Main S+ree+ ACUSHNET Beer - Wines - Liquors Groceries - Fresh Mea+s 995-03 I3 LA ' Complifmenfs Cer'Iified Gemologisf RegisI'ered'JeweIer -- Member American Gem Socle+y 763 Purchase Sfreef New Bedford, Mass. Area Code 6I7 -993-I I37 I833 Acushne'I Ave. New Bedford 995-5755 T z 2 Q E 2 i f E S Q 2 Q f 2 f E 9 5 4 4 Q 5 E E 5 e 5 junior Banquet s.,f' I . E .Alia -4' QW his k...' ,J 6 Mrs. Ailene Siegel Sean Dexter 117 A ?---- Y I .A 5 m N L3 Acro R 500 K sf?-1gRw4y , I Q X fl E psnvevv C LINT EASTWZZY3' ,li I HOBBIT' 0, qi? Q- 1 D A W'-4 ,y 40 yo Q ---- 4lp"lZ'RA::r 'Goes : Rg7NqLb'i l 1- 1 O ERT '-'r EEEFORD ,Ll Y Husx GAL ARTIST MOVI E AMTH OR - . vA,A,x,AYAv 6, JT RR. ANI'gglL13 E ' TQLKIEN Z . e igiglgdp GQE ASE EDAFLPAN f-27313. A G RTHA filugi, :iv CH R15 TIE Qmro STATION TY Euow F'f-WING SPOT ,o'Ki'd'G1.v HT RIF V hiexf uae 3 KVM SQ nw M 2 ' 46553221 ' :Y A X 3 Ea MPANY ' hi...-.5 u'.nvA': as - A H A c BE c Q ggcg0g,, U 6.2-fiitikfi, p."RK S 14.79 2.1 1- H8 4 Close Encounters ,ww :quam-zga ,,,f ww f G , Q 1 1 7? 1 1 1 W 5 x f. ' , " gi V . K A, . ,1 1, 9. xxx? , K URT 5 '19 wa ff as gl We SN 3 iq! 1- M , in 3-fv"3ff 1. a.. -Q X. .I' x -M, 1 1 v I 2 flu., A V+ , . , C :Q ,',,'L I a n- qi ,R kv M . '13 ',g, is ,Q A 'Wx 1 UOHHH 1.1141111111 111 l1QnJn1Jgn1113 .r11ru12H 1.mlv.mH 1.1 .1.l31l?.ldS 'yd 1.1 .l!1l.I!H UUlll!llIplTH lp l?li0lIlJJl1kL1.b semlumzy 141 .mm1d4u.u1W 1r: iii , , 'fa Q gs? HW ll' '1 4 x . ! I 1 1 W N N W I 120 KX Cx , . 1 Franeis. Frank Mona. Mike Lajnie. Back Row, I-r: Ed Craig. Robert lohnson. ,loe Ribeiro. Edward Dyke. Mark Clark. Carlos Britto. Peter Smith. Manny Roderiques. Brut-e Four-art. Jeff Pacheco. John Braga. Dan Huston. Mike Paeheeo. John Roberts. Middle Row, I-r: FOOTBALL Mike Panagakos. Dan Brennan. V r2.'i. V Alan garage. Lenny Motla. .loe Rl's.MfkMH.D' Rv . fi . .y,s4,3Qyxja CLabral.fDe?nni:Eiome1. "1' ' Y' "t'l 'g t M rt,t rren R R ri l .r ' W ' at ' ,,-t "".i'1 ' H . . 1 -, Q f -'A ' 4 fa n 3.3 EQJE' rr f i. .M R fwfr Vita v D J' " ' .Q M A ' 1 . . . , ,it,,, tilt' e -r-' C . tei'A t t .. at , iiit A l V rj. Z, ,V Lily? V, ffl?.Qiai?95'2lffL-' -t ' 'fi - fr 1IeQgf,r.5tgTgffg,f',5.,g. 51 WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS - AGAIN . . . The New Bedford High football team continued the dition of excellence by capturing the SMC Div. I . . . The Whalers were 9-1-0 Catholic: Memorial . . . How can Coach Tigers, he ever get through guys? Coucci . .if-.t..-'W r ' . - . v ,HOV-:",1:-,.'7. ,Wei ,K 1, If rl r 1 5 C WWI, VN Q49' ' K X x annual defeat of those1Durfee turkeys . . . Football rallies at the Ta. library . . . Mrs. 'MaePherson's. great spaghetti and meatballs . . . Monday afternoon filmisagfg . Riding on C ing the Durfee rally . . . The . - r,." e "'o . ettt artt t . rl. tti.t - SENIORS 4 '. swf. Miki- Grant. Larry Drayton. Chris Front Row. l-r: Randy Hamel. Mario Pinienlal. Rn-k Perzenll. Daxid Finnerty. Dale Whiting. Duarte Yieira. Guido Coin-ri. Tad Morris. C0-Capt. Mark Corrvia. Co- Capt. Mike Caliral. Dun Taxates. Rudy Forts:-1'.i. Duuyric' Lopes. Mark loaehirn. Mike Aiitiines. E., . 7 ,- ,- . ,. . , . ff is 3 f ' , Q' ff" A. , .. s f -L., 'Q' X .. 5. . V , A 1 K-n r K I A A ,Cy 'L 1. rg- ' . a t M g e N ' . - .JK . Back Row, l to r: Rick Per- - in r ' M F 1 H 1 ,K i r - - - as 'ff' , - . ' f 'V - . ' f -5 "V - zentz. Duarte Vieira, Mario .. i ..,, W' f ilfksat i ' 'Q' - Pimental. Chris Francis. Mike VAAK D ' il' Q S .L , y Q W N ig C . Antunf-S, Mark Joachim, Rudy ,,.. . Q ik:i:iklz1Al',..5, L ia 5 K A Fonseva. Front Row l to r: "'t 'K' . , 6 ,1 'V w fr , ' x rv l' f. if M ' ., Mike Panagakos. Randy A1 , 3 ' t ' I-fy . iz I .V . . H H 1 ' X .1 . ' ' o' Q , '- Hamfl Daiid Finnerty. Dale f T V A -af s -new ' . - ' K 4 ' Whiting Larry Drayton, Co- W .. N, ' ,Emi .,,34,.i5 . ,A . gp g, -4 ..',-all . ' - ' ' Q 7 ' " 'VW -'--2,1-Qf,'1's.g.f'fs Y f7r"',,'f 'iLl.Z:7'1' 'W an Q ' - . . Capt Mark Correia. Co-Capt.. gg A W, x"f1.f-X -- K . . , 'sv .W . or -' t,t1s:w:.r as WH. i!i33-jig: :sig 5grs.i,.'.1g.-f x . Miki Labral. Guido COUCCI. " ' r , -f -1' - I Q! .REP-?5'.:.,s51i'f :LQ ,J t 1,5 5 ' F e win - ' .V Tad Morris. Don Tavares, gig ' Dm ax nf Lopes. 5 L e gg, m fr- lirliiii-'-T Jlii2'f,5f5i 'glilifzllizi 5532?-xi' N152 '- ff' 1- if jf li WF ".' ' rr Fieiisf- ' t fXSsii37'51ee'i ii t M ' R. r r ' H ' f l I if .. .w 'Q-rr-212.5 -nav'--"Z .en-ai:f,w43Qf utmkziilr f . 'lf'-xiliiigfg' Y3lfr'f'fi f i, .V .VfW. i . M .wi.35xE5.-Q34-wiki, .315 .W ,. -. Iggokcj, 5,36 3 Y. .:'5:f,'5:3gx g5fEf'fS-fQw.fgggBv Xi SQ .K--,iwziq ui,RQXi3'ig,w,gff3'. A .5 A 'I' '77 hi fi' We '50 ' c Trainer Andy Moson Z 3 , , if J: 3 'E :sw-1 K - ' V HS tt t Scituate ' Catholic Memonal Naugatuck Taunton Dartmouth Chicopee Falmouth Fairhaven Attleboro Durfee .,. Back Row, I-r: Abffl daSilxa lmanagvrl. Coach Manny Matos. Com-alo Rego. Joaquim Castelo. Tony Miranda. Joe Lazaro. Celso Fc-r4 roira, Tony Lopes. Manny Francisco. Bobby Carrfriro. Asst. Coarh lov Cvill. l0Py rleBurgo. Front Row, l-r: Jorgch Marmolo. Arturo Melo. Pedro Pelicas. Tri-Capt. Joao Soarvs, Tri-Capt. Victor da Cunha, Tri-Capt. Miki- Canasta. For- nando Pinto, Carlos df' Arruda. Clovis For- roira, Danny Ferreira. N B on f' nt ' 4- F21 l TTI OU l il Iz: 2 4 Barnstable ...,. 2 6 Wostpo rt 0 6 Di man Vokf- 1 4 Du rfa-1' l 5 Ta u n ton -1 4 Falmouth 0 1 Dc-n.-Yar. , 2 Barngable' 8 Wfostport i . 2 9 Diman-Vokv 1 6 Du rfvf- 0 T Taunton .! 0 T . C Lexington S K LkLZ Somerville 4 Wakefield! . 4 '.ii hQ.1fom'i.nfster'if' o o 2 M 'lolo . i SOCCER i l f- w l i ENIOR L-r: ffoarli Manny Nl Toni Yliramla. Nia l"ram'isro. Danny Ferl Carlos de- Affllllli. i"'.f xfvy ' Front Row, l-r: J Miranrlu. Pc-ilro Pol Tri-Capt. .loan Soares, Capt. Virlor cla Cu I sax 1 3 ,:..,, it VVKK ,,.. . ,, a is Ff'Nl21IlflUi'llll0. WE ARE THE The Soccer haswearriod tradition of excellence in taking',tlii?iEastern Maglff liainpionship. The son' was one can Our 13-1 recordw . Melo's sevengshat trick . . . good-luiglg jacket . .i'i3Q"fiQhr1g5 five shutouts . . . Tri-Captains Soares, and Mikeffilainasta . . . On the season: 73 goal?-iii? us, 14 them . . . Arthur Melo -leading scorer in Southeastern Mass. Div. I . . . Celso Ferreira second in SMC Div. I scoring . . . Coaches Manuel Maios and Joe Gill - "ll was a team effort Q- everybody was inx'olx't-df' f qi 1 1 'W' 'rm ' '- f , ,ff,": ,1'e I - . , ,ff Mg' iz. e 2 , , KMA fe K. Lise-siir 'V , , f A 'QA le. V , -,,, fa, iigizlfikl if WM 1 ,,v.f'-V - J ' f V NM ee le A' f . ,an A L i f. nl, 1 K , l' ssss i me Kylix J f wax fi 3 . We ,WK 'Y f Q s egg an ' ' if f. w' i'fl .fviiia if Q . , 1- ' ,M-. r . A . . 1 L. .e . . . L W 6 ' STATE TO URNE Y 5 8 222 Y - ff A 2222222 2f25fiS2? f5QfN 22222225 22225 Q K . fi Q 2 ,ig 2 2- ?5 l fe X ,.b' if Y' ,, - iiggi i X ,Vfr x -iz , l I NNN,11 N 1 Q' ji f - W 17 3 ,xxxx Y if XXX U 2 . ' G ' A' N .iff ' Q-A , , 2 22 2 Q'X A 5 N K 4 2 2 2 f 5222 SSX wfv 1 H fv+f 2,fwQ2 I M .Wff,g3NNWww fiq i' lj N , 5 mi-A2 X ,WI W S 2 j Q 5 2 , X --+- f , 24 M1 .2 ar- A ' X 2 ,!h Qi? 2 1l+2f5Q2i2TiA, 2 5 3' 'L "lf 9 T , f. 7 5 :- : x 2 2 - gg ,i ' 14 p . Q. ' 24, ' 45, Z 1!n!2"'5n'LE" WW f f fk W X rf f KZ X f fff X X X fg W W WX SQ xi QX xi X Wx X 'VI C h NBHI ami!-af-6' Back Row, I-r: Iris Alkalay. Maura-1-n Rr-illy. Surah Sniilh. Shf-rri Rhodr-s, jffnnifr-r Whn-4-Id:-n. Donna Harris. Linda Lu:-iu. Middle Row, l-r: Pamvla Grant. Nirnlw' Sl. Pi:-rn-, Donna Clark, Bvthany Mar1in, Robin C-rant. Mir-he-llc' Sl, Pivrrv. Vlurtliu Ra-id, C01:l1'h,If'1iHHl'BOHUlZiU. Front Row, I-r: Tri-Capt. Advlf' You nghlood, Tri-Capt. IJt'l'Dl'4' Cruz. Tri-Capt. Lynne' Cnsba. FIELD HOCKEY -fn... i Nav W'.i. .iigQ..Q in 1 .ik K 8 . . t ,. H - f ........b 1'-A Q44 " K mf' , -'r WE . Although thi-ir rw-ord 11 win. 3 lossvs. 6 tivsb. if it nas an 1-rijoyublf' War Llf'l,Ol'k?Y'L1P2iII1 . . 4 Hpw Can ' we forge-I . . . Tri-Captgiiiiiiiigdele'Youngblood. Dee-Dec? Cruz. Lynn? Costa , . . The df-feiisivv play' nf Robin Grant . . . Ads-lvis nffvnsiw play . The gre-al simmirtsriiaigggiiliip of Seniors Lynnv Costa and . . . Dm-Dm-'s goaltvnding . . . Ade-lv making thc' . . . Coach Jn-anne Bonncau - "It was a building year." i,, C ,.,, ,H V 'iif '28 . if f L 'vfr' I ., . ' .yr ' ' , "":-:iff - wi TW I M SENIORS aw 4' LW gr: FIELD H01 lxl' I l,lll'lllllNifl'! Slgujg SUllTYfl'5Q'l Fuirllgn vu Weslpurl , Dawlmmulh Nanny: 'I Swim-rsvt Fuirhatx vu VC vwlptnj! -7 4- . Du Du ffl!! Nldflhd R ui CROSS COUNTR Y Top Row, I-r: Matt Picard, Tony Patter- son, Mike Norton, Joe Silveira, Peter Nowell, Dave Nichols, Shawn Terry, Eric Frias, Mike Machado, Cary Caslino, Coach Steve Gardiner. Bottom Row, I-r: Mike Correia, Mark Heleen, Tri-Capt. Russ Rybka, Tri-Capt. Brian Wilson, Tri1Capt. Dave Clark, David Perry, Ann Levesque, Sue Alves, Marril- hia Jacobs. iw 5 'W if ga ff f ,V 1, ' af? 4 Y 22 ORRH5 M , , 33 ff ., 'zai Q a in 18 Den - r . r"iQ'r"fWR 21 , .. .,., .. ,gm 28 30 Dartmoxith 27 21 V Voke 36 ' er., ' B .,, ef, HN, . 1 6 'Sw , V52 .V , M i an , m I H' Q SENIORS . .li - 41, , 1 if 1 . V ,V . . 1 , , Nvf , E ' 5 ' M1 QQ K 1 . ,M Q My Z gK'gBfQ.'f ' x ln.. A ' 'S ' V' Asif". -'L ,f - ig '5"',fJl' ' ' ' 'liy ff V, jig ,Q A 4 - f f -Q4 I 52,2 Q' N 3: E H1 , I 3, 'iglsga L,. A Q 5 729 A 5: Q ',-- 42f2,,.k?:'4 ."'?'j'f" i' 'ff,1i'Z"' Q 51, Mr' J. -z?-,fv f 'iw ' ,-4-HV, Y" 5-su' H- " ' J fa-', 1 Z- " C " s, wi' . ,H ,, .4 K, -R: ,ga , MN , " , Q A' f V : 1 wrff Q J a fw.f'ww gf 'M -dllliqw Y ' ' , Q .,:,,.x..,:., X --,1 ,F M W J J . 'Eff + r v ' Y , ??fQ'We.gQwf L-r: Tri-Capt. Brian Wil son, Tri-Capt. Russcll Ryhka, David Perry. W2 f. ., x 9 g' Y'-A ,. A - 8 L Q, Q L1 Q Back Row, l-r: Pat Chapdf-lainv, Pat S4-tom, Cur- bina Jacintho, Karen Midttun, Maur:-Q-n Thurnlwr, Corinne Perron, Louise Cabral, Moniqut- Bour' geois. Front Row, l-r: Cathy Johnson. Maur:-f-n Walsh Sue Macttini, Melanil- Hill, jarkix- Baritt-2111, Cu Capt. Cheryl Lyonnais, C0-Capt, Suv Bmirgt-ui, Ann Richard, Janet O'MalI4-y, W1-miy Fmn-url Jane Medeiros, Coach Kathy Btivkle-3. GIRLS 9 S W IM 1 SWIM NB A A Opponent TT fVIitidle-hom ,V V A 92 83 Ra rigjol ph 92 47 Canton tfiii 126 29 5. 53 .47 liiuffese 125 T5 C Tqtdhmn 96 20 Dat-gmsmboriii Q t 63 T1 Urs uii nie V 5 100 46 C tft Attlebmfo , , 126 .iiQ,f ,.,Qtt:,i ,151-iRaPh'affI, 90 W i 2 1 ,.,,.,'. SENIOR l.-r: Mvlunu- Ii1II.1,n-mpl Sue' BUlIl'gl1'Uih. florflupl Kathy BlIf'kl4'!..I21l'ki4' Bur il4'Llll THIS IS J . lk -It ss as aiHisappoinlingL :SigfQS0r11for th? girls' swin1fEifr'21fi3f3Sflhf?yl ifhvd thciir . . . Th5fys'ail- Wag. longf list rnvfxt that th?-' Wlhzifbrs mm x'ii"ii1ry-f . we f0l'gf'i . . . Gur win mer Stbtigh- ' icmflll-61 . . . Lis:-fs good lyggfk B011-r. n V kgf.?0iS and Chewy! Lyiffnhais L. V iff-fgzfglgfjfqgpfsrji. Dqnna LYOIl!13iS.'kAl'1Yl Ribhard. 'Vi'L aH1-your Hp 4' . . Coach Kziifi y LBLIIQKIYQ, 'LVL 'Wf' and hard working: xf-ry ffnvouraging for ' f.l11ryl l.f0IlIhlI'. l.0u4'll Back Row, l-r: Michelle Cray. Rorhrllf- Cendron. Norma Aude-110. Dolly Burns. Betty Forles. Middle Row, I-r: Cnach Karyn Birkvr, Veronique Mango, Esnwralria Corrs-ia, Capt. Jane' Kalife, Kathy Mingula, Donna Perry. Shanlina Sanders. Front Row, l-r: Sh:-ry! Amarzil. Fvrnanda Carapinha, Wendy Smith, Ann Sampson, Paula Karalekas, ,Ioan Affonrv. VOLLEYBALL 1 in 'WWW if " U 522 N Q , , ' :r EF w 5, ' 52 i fy.:-1x-5-3:2 1. ., ORRHS 2 Bourne 2 on 0 Q- ,xnm i U Fairhaven 1 Wareham , Den.-Yar. 0 ORRHS 2 Boimrne '-1-..., 1 VULLE YBA LL Opponent 2 2 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 i oi 2 ooiiioioooo i i I ,v n ,., ., - r , ., ug Bye? g - z F " SENIORS I .4-"W" XX L-r' V-r 1' luv 'Wu f V .. Cvndron. Donna Pe-rrp Dollw Burns The team haf1,a miigh'SeaQV fwiih a 4+8 1 w'fff l r . N 1 ' YA 2 l 'Q 21 l 5 f l 1. , l , f Q-' ' i Y-2551, L : fwf. ,,,LQ..,. . , ,,.x.. k i -'i1, fg. M .Q.. si " ' " - 'L ' 'IVE i..-fifaikziwffli'"fx fun , , -, , , ,ww , -K ,, , D W xon. Mark Croc-be E Britto. J Le ksistant C h M ' Leten- lre-, Front Row, l-n Richard Helme. Jeff De-Barros. C0-Capt.. Dwayne Lopes. Co- 1 B 0 YS? BASKETBALL B k Row, I-r: Coach John Pacheco. M lt Lay ie. Mark Dias. Ton Williams. Capt.. Derwin V atkins. Donald Tavares. Darren MarPhe-rson. Manager Peter Kane. l? ANOTHER . . The a ray f h er in the us wth yet another " . , . forget. . .Coach John Pac-heifo C0,CaptainsifE Qff'Win' Watkins and Dwayne Lopes Derwin's high that gained SMC recogni- tion . , Ong two great victoriee onegrarch-rival Durfee -- f 'eml . . . Ou triple oifertime game .against Qegeaff-rtho gh we lostl . . . Jeff "MrSi5Straw" l?eBarros . . . .lu 0 ta dout Tony Williams - our promiseifor the f t e F it Lopes, Snow, Dr Dunk . . .Mariiie it llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll i' .1 I Wil 'Hit i , ii' l ll flllilljl 4 i ll' if 'Hmm lllllllllllli l i X win 1 i'jf1ll.hl,liiiililllllllllllll l , i i l i itimliiiniiiiiinifrillllil!!will i if if I if lilliiimi 'lllllllllll l' lfilll ll':lrr::::m , SENIORS Talmton 81 Bish. Connjy' "" 62 ' '1' -1' "m,,t, L Quang 36 52 'A,AA ,izitixy 59 -m:zsF.aw:mg5. K " 'L ' W'A' U I h 11 Q ' ' " 'A'L J Q h I' AVWWV IVY1 1 Shine-rsejf' VVVE I 62", An lebQ3pb 73 Dartmffifth ' S44 Barnsggxble 54 Back Row, I-r: Rivhurd He-Imv. .lc-ff DvBarmb, Dum-n MarPh1-rson. Front Row, l-r: Co-Capt. Dway nv Lopvs, C0- Capt. Dvrwin Watkins, Donald Taxarn-5. 137 Back Row, l-r: Susan Alu-s, janv Kalifv. Donna Fields, Gwen Smith, Be-vky Harriman. Liz Pvlvrnr-I, Rose Pe-term-I. Rochelle Gffndron, DeeDee Cruz. Coarh Jeanne- Bonne-au. Front Row, l-r: Tri-Capt. Charlz-nv Wil- liams. Tri-Capt, Diane- Gomf-s, Tri Capt. Lynne Costa. ANOTHER GOOD SEASON . . . The girls' basketball team got off to a Y Z ,hut picked up the pace at the . . . How f3'n'iiliEiy'fforf fTa min Rose Peternel and,Roc- 1" 23iI:1'Y "'w'f" w ' P g , , ' before all the games ,. f. . Lynne WCQSI3, Cha'nf1g,ne,V,Wil- and rrnr - -555396696 - - . next " 513115 . - Vrrrrlr CW' O 4 K 'zrz ,nn',nr r - r"WL v ,,,, ,xii i ' XS Hua. E rl LWB .ae I! GIRLS' BASKETBALL Oppmwnt S1-1-hunk 39 ORRHS 32 Svvkonk 28 Falmouth 32 Bzirnstahlv 51 Slang 33 Bllllfllt' 58 Den.-Yar. 51 Fairhaven 30 W'HY'f"h8.ITl 33 f Falmouth 52 ,:Ll 1 j Bzlrnslahlf' QQ- St Ll ng B011 rm' L' D1-rl.-Yar Fairhaven 23 Wareham 49 Holy Family 23 ' fi 1' ' SENIORS: Tri-Capt., Lynnz' Costa. Dm- Dvf- Cruz. Rm-hx-Ilv Ce-mlrun. Tri-Capt, Diane- Conlvs, Ram' Palm-rllvl, Tri-Capt. Charlf-nv Williams. 139 HOCKEY Buck Ron. l-r: Bob Reynolds. Tom Perrviru. Bob T1-lo. Skip Hanier. Rick Smith. Ch-n Ponies. Doug Barrows, Bryan Corn-iai. Dun Store-r, Tony Oli- xt-ira. Tom Ri-ynoltls, Statistivian Ellen Harrington. Front Row, l-ri .lon Karulvkas. Robert Moniz, George Ponte. Mark Fogurvn, Assistant Coach .lim Ri-ul. Capt. Mark Corrria. Coach ,lohn Rolli. Mark Cotta Dennis Syliia. ilohn Tim-rney. Midi Harrington, 9 A Tradition Of Excellence . . . The Crimson hockey team Eiiz winning sea- son and some really great still found the voinpetition from the Cape L. '. They finished the season an ll-8-l Coaehed by John Rolli and jim Whilters were plagued by small iiiiinbi-rs,-lattk oggsize, and illness, but our boys vaine through the tradition of ex:-Q-llenee byturning out a record . . . How ran thgiy- forget . Senior CEipt.'JMark "Pudge" Correia Line: Dan Storer, Den- nis finer . . Turning our 12-l loss to loss . . . Bus rides with . . . J. R. . . . Pudgxfs J. ,. Andyls rendition of "Old WPerreira's Hatrick vs. Voke . . what we have to tlofu . . . 2-2 tie at"DY . .--5t'Tett0i". "lVloose". 'Sasqiiutc-h" . . . Sprints between the blue lines . . . Gunn-s on euble TV. . . Hitting the post, catch- ing thi- rebound, and scoring a goal!!! l40 3 . 't IW uf all 1 , -- Q! Q .V . xi s 5 we iiggsixwtl , t f 5 . fl l - is ,ff Nl' K K My A , it fi X A-yn Il 2. vi N42 .E fe-FSS: 4 , -Q1-ei, Stoughidn H0 NB -11A Limg m. f , I get -Q H gm 1 8 1 3 T 4 8 6 8 1 5 2 2 2 2 2 - Vokff ' 2 'S' No. Attlvboro Fairhaven I Mairhaven HS . , omerset Lg wlouth B Du rfee h 8 Qgfyoke 2 ""-w.lQ...,5 Sf.: 7 SENIORS ,f L-r: Rin-k Smith. Skip Hu K gt Mark COI'l'1'i21. Doug Bar Slorvr. Bryan Curr:-ia. Bish. Conn. '12 Back Row, l-r: Mit-livllv St. Pic-rr:-, Ray Ainwida. Miki' Marliado, Rivky Consalufs, Manny Bagavo. Luis Caliral. Bobby johnson, Miki- Canary, Erik Frias, Dvnnis Crvgan, Coach Stvw Carrlinvr, Assistant Coavh Brian Roiinse-villf-. Middle Row, I-r: Larry Rotlnwll. 104' Silwira, Aguinaldo Fer- r1'ira.Juf-Robinson, Ray Jordan, Chris Vlvllo. Miki- Corrr-ia, loan Smith, Bt-linda Haddovks. Front Row, I-r: Bubba Camels, Smith Goodman, Cary fVlam'f'1lu. Daw Clark. Mike Norton. Spviivvr Barrows. Andy Boiswrt, Russ O'Be'rry. ,lvan clvBnrgo,I1-ff Stott, Jeff Rorlvriqiii-s. Siiling l-r: Paul Mon' talto. Mark Hrlc-vii. Manny R0driquf's, Wally Gai, Tri-Capt. K1-win Brita, Tri- Capt. Javkia- Barilvau, Tri-Capt. Dale Whiting. Rivky Cravia. Mivhac-I St. Pit-rrv. Mikr' Crant.Missing:Nir0l1- St. Pivrrv. Sm!! Cliff. fvs any i '..' H - i , Wi iiiak , We 't ia, l Op m f 3 'f . 1 Af, fy--.1 llii table .fn Laffy 4 sag f , , masviz, -ii g 6 A 5"i' ,bi Sf ,V i, was we 3 ,Unk ' effkf ,.,, i, if , b . i 1 '44 . an ...,, , V f" 'W mar 3 t X ff, ua ,Q f 1, rwitlrtfsi 4 3? H' P' ' ,.1' f Ez' f,X.,,,,c,i i .iai iti. 5 -...... -, X N-,J Q-H .ii gg i SENIOR S digg - , i K if lM..,n,i.f"J kikkk L'A' ' f ooroo n ' L'mL' i lla i S ix l Back Rom. I-r: Manny Roll- riquvs, Wally Caj. Front Row. I-r: Tri-Capt. Ke-xin Brito, Tri-Capt, Javkir Bar- iteau, Tri-Capt. Dale Whit- ing. Run, Run, Run to No. 1 . . . The- Crimson Whalers under the able Gardiner tri- umphcfd again by taking first place in the record . . .The-ir lone tic came against Confor- envv mor-1 . . . How can the . . . 0 so Berry Good!" . . and K4-vm Brno . . . Dave Clark at the - Ricky Neidoman, 5m00f'H1'1dJim Ryan 1 f- vRV?Sio roib ofo or i ii fhfill Qfr victory and the agony ofiilieifeioll' ithoCNB Volco Inikiiational . . . Milw Granfs final leg at the . . 5 Qur promisg for the fiitnrff Juniors Dave Qlark, Miko St. Ricky W- .---- -'-- ..,,. W ,,.o .,.w, S l B0 YS? SWIM Back Rovs. l-r: Srott Jason. Robert Grant. Mike Rego. Shaun Walsh. John Gomes. Daxe Nichols. Rick Sterling. Lenny Loran- ger. Jim Ronks. Harry Ainsworth, Mark Hathaway, Middle Row, l-r: Chris Nelson. Robert Xifaras. Steve Grey, Matthew Pirard. Chris Fanning. Brett Silva. Tommy Hopkins. Andrew Grenon, Skip Simmons. Randy Talbot. Coach James Medeiros, i ""' K Front Row, l-r: Pvlcr Caliral. .lim Sullixun Brian Wilt-ox, Shaun Terry. Bolt Rivhurtl Peter Newt-ll, Yinrv lodoin, Miki- D4-riwim Rolivrl Small. Sitting, l-r: Mika' Pvlvzarski David Finnvrty, Capt. Miko Fogarvn David Perry, Boll Srhurd. ,.,.. 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General Confracfors 888 Purchase S+. New Bedford, MA 02740 993-9509 Call RMAL WEAR Peraulf s Va 377 Cedar New Bedford, Mon. Sun. 8 a.m. ,WH ff Qing . a,., r,r,,r , , ,E C' 5 .. W1 Bev, Pa 4' W 4' , and prosperiry fo Class of ' 24, 163 Dwyfee Game 5. BEA T D URF EE Winter I 1 Ji 7Lg21i f 5 gi Him S W i , l V , i w r , , - ' 1 ' ' ' . . Y I r s l il' i, 1 168 y . i o b . f Q , T5 T f , 1 MUN? f--' - . PALE WHWIM ' ' IO9 , I Crimson Courier Purpose: Periodical ncws magazine of New Bedford High School which functions both as a student service- and a teaching medium for studs-nts interested in thc- many fav- ets of newspaper production. Back Row, l-r: Mr. William Doyle 7 Advisor. Photogra- phy Editor - William Vieira. Entertainment Editor - Carleen Maura. Co-Feature Editor - Paula M. Souza. Copy Editor 81 Asst. Editorial Editor - John Hardy. Asst. Sports Editor - Barry Abrams. Joe Sahino. Joanne Car- doza. Curtis Pires, Mike Panagakos. Front Row: Sports Editor - Steve Connulty. News Sz Managing Editor - Helder Costa, Editorial Editor - Anne Brennan. Editor- in-Chivf - Elaine P. Ychlc. Co-Featurc Editor - Lauri: Audcttv. Asst. News Editor 7 Greta Tawnni-r. Copy Edi- lor A Dc-hliiv Carrcau. NUfS67S Aides L-r : Dennis Lawrence. Jodi Martin. Carol Tate. Rodrigues. Not Pictured: Dax id l.aiwri-rice. Robin Offlvy. Dori-on Barros. Diana Santos. Sherri Finclierg, Ann Normandin. Sitting: Dchhic Firsl Row. i-r : S111.11111n- W'iIilI.lL1'I'. 31111111 Fur- l.11l11. M1114 ill'I'I'l'iI'.l. Hlldu ,-Xl111wi1I11, Svvond Row: XL. VI.1rg1111-1'1lv Zlf'iiII'isi N11-111.1 'M-l.. 9111- Xi.1l1111l1-1. Nix. X1xi.,111 Rubin -- I.1l11':11'i1111. Rol11'1'I Xiwlg:11l1'. Third Row: iiillii 'Il-I1'm1l1ll. 4..11'l.1 Xi.11'I,1w-3111: Not Pll'lllr1'1lZ lx111'4'11 U11-N. f.l1.1rl1'111' ixlllf. 1,4-fllv hung. IJ4'iIUFllil Nialllhe-xv. l11.111111- Ni1'I4'L1lfw. f.l1r1N N1-N111. 1.1-11 fN11l1r1-ga. Bill'- l1111'.1 R:1111uN. Vl11h1-II1- bl. I11-1'1'v. 1.111115 Nlxu. 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H1-In She-1-111111. fN.1111'x l'11s11-zk11..l4-1111BLM1111-ll:-. 1 Mrzilhf R csourcc Cffnler Aides First Huw, I-r : SI11-ilu Alllilfill, l,i1 Culunllm. Marin Oli- Xl'iI'1l. Kxllilx Roy. xlllllj Orle-1111. S4-vond RllW'Z.il1ilIlfil1l'- x liilll. Rulnn iiUNIlll'. Rogvr Stbllfli. iJ1'iUf4'N Brum. Ci11'i-- I1114- ig4'IlIll'Il. ililllll' l"11riuf. Third Row: I,u1'i .-Xsl1ln-5. xir.1 1L1111l11rl. 'Vl.1rk if11r111i1'r. ,I1111111111 L1-11pul1l. Mark 111111. Ilgnid IM- Nitlllfii. Jw' Il11pn11l, 51011111 illl Costa. ol Pivlured: IA-11 fiilfffkill. Paul Cl1111Iir'r. ,lmav D1-un. N11-pin-11 liruy. 'jr 3 Junior Class Officers l-r: First Yiee Pres. - Anne MeKenna, Pres. -v Diana Couto. ,,., Seronrl Yiee Pres. -Jane Costa. See. - Rosie Vieira. Junior Steering Committee Third Row, l-r: Sharon Stiffler. Kathy DaRosa. Doreen Correia Gwen Boroyiiez. Mark Groelie. Mieliael Grant. Jeff Clayin. Stew V-lI1lll'lfl,,l0l'lIl Calnan.leffRoel1a. .lor Carreiro. Second R0w,l r: lisineralila Correia. Jaeliie Dupuis. Charlene Naileau. Darleni Duarte. Paltie Roy. Sue Leyefque. Darlene Vieira, First Row, l-r Carol Noel. Lori Arrelo. Jane Kalife. Pat Riley. 172 Drama Cla IJ Purpose: To expose the interest:-rl students to the thrill of liye tlieatrieal proeliieliwnx throughilireel parlieiyialion llUlllUI1SlHgl'E1I1tl lrael-triage.Stiitlents gfillll1lg1I't'.llll1'.ll4ll enjoyment anrl self-amiireflness hy performing our rin eesslul antl nell-rt-eeixi-nl pro- fessional-lilme protluetiona. Fifth Row, l-r: Martha Reiil. Cheryl Lyonnais. Lililuy llorn. Brnee lan key. llaniel Houlire. Donalrl Menezes. Karen A. Messier. Bl1I'ltLH'il,lll'1l1!. Roliert Cliff. IJ:-ni, lam- renee. Mark Parker. Deborah Langlois. Mark Sims. Nlelanie ffliartier. lfllen llarring: ton. N1 r. C. T. Cliarlioiineaii 7 Aflyisor. Fourth Row, l-r: Sanilra ,lat olix. X eroniiiue Mange. Dayicl Perry. Nlarion Roeha. Lynne-Marielioxta. 'llal'v'ell1'DtlX:1l. lleltelilarlt. Paul Sarflinha. Cinily Leiglilon. Laurie Aiiflette. Pain lxaralelxas. :Xnne llrennan. Third Row, l-r: Patriee Poirier. Mary-Beth SlAlHlI'!. l,lNa Ventura. Sliayyn lieayy. Kathy Netinho. Sharon Anlone. Ed Antnne. Sue lA'Xl'NtllI1'. Gary ,-X. Soares. lloreen Correia, Chris Nelson. lVliel1elleGray, Stephen Perry. Darlene Vieira. lliana lloiito. Stephanie Hieltok. Anne Nli-Kenna. Pattie Roy. .laeltie Diipnis. Rosie Yieira. Seeond Row, l-r: Stew Cray. Terry Martins. .laeqneline Langiloi-. .leanne Metealle. Diane Rixarrl, Mark Lerloux. Linfla Narleaii. Susan Oliyer. Slierri Finelierg. l,oiN llraxeiro. Karen Metiyer. Denise Bustos. Helen Green. .lolin 'I'ierney. Paul Fonfeea. Nlieliael Taylor. Robert Nornianilin. Cathy Sysaye. Fronl Row, 1 l-rj: Charlene .Miiletti-. Ann Knox. Mit-ht-lle Dion. Bethany Martins, Kerri Ferinino. Fayne Fogel. l.ixa lason. ,loyee Hamer. Ann Farrell. Leslie Ventura. Liz Sehaller. Monique Boiirgeoif. Tony Xieira. l,i-aYDi1lie. Gail llriinette. Carolyn l'riee. Yineent .l. Sayino. Daniel Wxeill, Yot Pieluredz Nlr. -Xrinanil lllarelianil 7 rlrly isor, 'O-Q Hi.9lf1f:1' Cfu 11 Purposvz T11 111111111111-w1'xi11'l111111-N1'I11n1lg1111l1'111111111111iIx.g1111I 111 1-xp.1111I 11111 k111ml1-11111111fo111'N1-lx:-x FirstRow.l-r:N111'I1111'ISl.Pi1'rr1'.N111.111N1111p11l.1. H4111 Pe-r1'x.'ls1'e'.1N. ,,.l1'k1f' 'Il-lr11.111I1,Pro'-.K11Il1x N:11111p1111Iw, lNlYi11--Pre-5. 'xlllll' N11'Ko'111111. 21111 Xiu-- Prw-x. I'.111l "Krg11111.XXilli:1111 Y11-iru. 'Vl:1r111 Fl11'lu1I11. 51-r0ndR0v.l-r: Uvlrlris- Rnlnulx. 'x11l111111x X11-1r:1. K1-rri I"xl'I'IlI1II4l. ICII4-11 H.l!'l'1IlglI41II. R111 lI.1r1losr1. fr1r,111I.11,11r1'1-1.1.I'.1Il11-H11x.l'.l.11111-l',11'l1I1'.l.111l1x f,lllI1.lIIbIll. H.11'l1.11'.1 I1111'l. 'Xhrx H1111r1q11wx.Third Row. I-r: H1-his-1' 110511. I,1I1f li:-111111111-NMIUI111 'l'i1-r- 114 1. ,I1111 lQ1a11l.1rl. ,lov f:.lI'I'4'iFH. 151111-111l1l:1 1l0l'l't'l.l. Il.11'l1-111-X11-1131.ffl1111'l4'111' 'X.11l1'.111, lJ.1rl1-111-XX1ll1.1111-. 5l1'pl1L11111-ll11'lmk.1,m-11 l5111'111s.1 1, Il41I'4'1'Il Lor- r1'i.1. 5111- lJl'I'4'1T.l. liuln-rl Bt'rl'H, Fourth Row, I-r: 311111 Baum. ljiilllll tzlllllfl. he-11111 ff.1-111111. IJ1-l1l111' H.1rrly. Mark l.u111-N. 1111111 ffrmu-ll. K1-1111 ,'xk1Il.t1flfi5 l".11111i11p. ,I11H11l.11i11. 5.11111rllL1Mm11N11. Nlilw Pl'I4'l.lI'NIx1. S11-xv f111111111lI1. 5111- WIIII1111 Nli h1ll1 91 Piurn H111 X Illlll' 1111111 Dllplli R111 X1 ' 1 -. 4' ' ',. " '. . il' 1' Ll. .1 ' N, N'.L1f'H' X11'11'.1. R11N1'H Rxlvkl. xllll XXIDINIVX. l,.1Il11 13111111111 xllHSlllg2 Nw. f.l11'1'yI I,X41IIlI.l1N. ? A ,v 1 lm 'uni Math Team Firsl Row. I-r: ,l1'ffj11rl11111. N1ik1'C4111sl.111l.H11I1I1'1'f111Nl.1. Rulwrl H1-K1-11. lln-Cz1pl.1111 1111111-sf 4Ic11l1mi11. Huhwrl H1111- .mi-. S1-vund Row: Yillvn-111 ,l11d11111. Ruln-1'l 1,0111--. l1.lI'I lf11l.111g1-In, Spurxxur -- 111111111115 N1il1'l11-ll. if1nff111pI11111 S.11111r Il.1l1l11111Nf1. Noi Pivlurvd: 5111- l.l'X4'N1llI4'. I'1111li111- Uw.111l1'lx. NUL1- I,l'IIIl'I'N. 111111111 flruln. S.1111lr.1511-xx111'1Ix. Ch ffss Cla ff Svalvd. I-r: 1Q1'11rg1' lQ111111f1'Ilm1 - SIIUIINUIA. Hnfwll H1'-111. 5.111111 II.1I1I111f1Nl1.Sland1ng: 'XIIIII' lI1111l11111N11. l..lI'I lQ11l.111g14-111,Ii11I1.1r1l A'xIv11l11.1. 173 w .pw 11. W Alpha First Row, l-r: Sharon Stifflr-r, .loyrv M1-llo. Suv Crowlhvr. Sec- ond Row: Laurie' Auflc-ltr. Cn-la ,T1lW'IllI4'F. Pam Kuralvkas, Annf- Bra-1111a11. 174 Biology Club L-r: :X111i1' ll11l1lmoNI1.lQ11v11 l5111'msi1'f.lI111'ul Nm-l. B1-vlq llL1!'I'll!l.lll. Kurt lillfll. Sll'Xt'lI Nlul1li11.ll4111- 11i1- Bvlrih. MLlI'QlllI'l'l Mlm. Susan l,1-14-fm uv. AIIII ' c'1111a1. Nlurlx 7 ' ua. .'z111i1' 'lNJU,ll..' . - 1 151111111 Semor Steerzng Commmw rs! Row lr K11ll11 L1 4 rule M ru 1 1 1 'K 1'-1 111 1r1 Slllllll Slcond Row 11111 um D lvlm 11 14 r 1111 'Wm 0 Jrlu f rt 1 ll lf lllllll g.111 . 1111 1 . lx 1 1-- a, . Tr-rry Carmlonu. Allll Vllrr, I1-5. T ir R w:,lu1'ki4- 'I'-1r1-1111l1. Kllllld NLHIUIIO 1lu. . 'xc' M1 I1I' . - 11 or: .iilllllt 1-12. Duxir '1111-rly. C11-ry j0IlIl1'. , i '1- usso, William Viviru. Sllarfm S11llixz111. Fourth w: frm-lu T'1v1'nr11-r, 1' V A 11' 1-, lII'l' 1' 'V '- . il f. 'fl 1' ' url:-, L 1i.", S . 1 1' ' ,11111 U. Not Piciured: Nl'1rIl1u H1-ill. A 5 Wil, . ll'lLl ,r11l. am ' . ,'.1. lo ,. v' - 1 Burn ...V 1111 L11 11' 4-. Dam- 1- , 1 If ru C11 .'.' .Kvrry 11' 'ra , Key Club Filling: 111111111 11.11'111. f111.1111,1 11411'1'1'1.1, KlI1'1'11llg1 1x.1l111 X.11111111111I41-. 11111 1'.11'1111x11. First Row. 1-r: 1,.1111'14' 111414111 1111111 1.111-1111--1. 51111411 .1.141111X. 'xlllll' Br1'11111111. 11.11111 51 111'11 111111 11111 rl 1111111 1,1111 11111 1511114 1 11114111111111 11141 'rrl' IFN 1 1' 1, ' N' ,Q -' '. 1' 114-111111414N.'11:1r1.11'11rI111141,.141N4-1111 1Jl1lI11Ll. kll144'Il 1.111f1111111'1111. Kl'I'1'1 1'-l'I'III1III!. K1'IlI11 111lN11IlIl, Sf'l'0I1d ROW, 1-r: 11114'11111'1 1'1'14f.11N111,11114-r11 1,1111111111-. 11111111 1"111111-1111. S111111r 111111 111111N11. N1.11'l11.1 R1-111. .1.11111- 1.11-1.1. ,1411111 F111-1'114-1. Jxlllll' 111111- 141111-11. 1.111411 111114 111111. 1.111111 1..1111.1141111. X111I'IUI1 114141111.1'111 1'1111'111.'l114 1x.1l1'-. 1.4111 A 0 "Ffa, YS" - Society of the Quill 1 and Scroll ' ' Gr4l1T114111141 1,llI1l N1 9111111 X144 I.-r: A1111f11r f1xI11I.llII 1J11111'. '1 1 ' 1 1 . .. 1. 1'1'1-1 -- H1-1111'1' l.41fl11. 1'1'1-5. A 1111111111 1', Yl'1I1l'. fI111'11'1'11 1V111111'11, S llll11j. Shakespeare C LL ur msc 1 4 dl 114 wur 1 1 114 1 P 111 Huw 1 1 1 1 14 lr N S14 - ' .'ll' 1 K1r114 so 11411 N411 N P I .":"111'r1'ul "1 111l1'r4'-1111 1' 1111' 11111411111 S1111 -N111-are 111111 ll111HlZ.ll '11 111 sw- Li 11111 11r4141111-111111 411 11114- 111 11151 11115, Ba" . -r: N1rN. 1.1111.11111114'. .-X11 1-111. 'xIl11I'11.l11111111-11. 1111441 1.1141144111 111211 '41111' 1,lIX.l1. 11111 l11'11I'l1l. 11I'1Llll x1L1F11I1. First R0 , - :.'.111111'111111111111-11. N1ilF141II R1141111 - . '.. 1111111111114- V111 1.1: 1,1111 1 1'11uN - X1414 1,I'1'. Al: : 5.1 11 11llNN4lII. 1.4111 ' 1-r. 1.1111 1'4111141x. 11.11111 1"111'1114111. 111111411 . 41r1111111- 11111. 1 14 111 1111111-. 175 Blue House Office Aides First ROW: ChL11'l1'111' Nuflvall, Shelly Sllllltlh. l.2lllI'il' lvlllflillx, I,imI11 Nadi-au. Second Row: Sllllfllll Brunv. Chris Br1ris41ff..l:11'ki1' I5rms11. Pillll Ruxmv-. Linda Bvrgm-r1111. Third Row: Dc-l1l1iv CUNILK. IJllI'l1'll4' D11z11'l1', Frank Lobo. Not Pictured: Chvryl Spi1'1'1'. Nlllfill l':11-11111 11. f:L1l'Il1l'Il Dm' M1-dviros, Future Teachers 9 Club First Row: Bette Clark. Tammy Mac-mln. Maru-llv Duyal, Zoraicla Corrcia Q Pres.. .laynv Costa. Alvta Wllvvlvr. Second Row: Ann Rodrigues. Callwrinv Roussos. Third Row: Alle-- lll1I'Siilll'l"ll'Z, Steve-n Winfivlcl. Business Club First Row: Linda Amaral. Ramona Sylyia. Lorraine Landry 7 Tre-as. Second Row: Louise Ayila. Denise Donlan 1 Pr:-s.. Suv T' if - K 2 gg K ex -.pw 1 Xrr' sw? Wallys-r. Ruin Beauregard. Third Row: Lori Walker. Clara Yivira Y Sw.. Mark Young. Tammy liaton. Not Pictured: Cindy Palifls-a. Way nr- Frm-ilas. FN ,mm ,g......-1-'31-it DE CA 1 rsl Row S f Cllll l I l ynn n Roller f Inu: Bm Second Rom llnm 1 mr1g,u4 Dslrlm Num II I :rl Bur 4 4 4 a D1 gon 'N n nm d low X ll nn u I Ram 1 N0 ,Ill l J. R. O. T. C Battalion Staff L-r: Adjutant 7 Hvlwna Almm-fda, Battalion Cominandvr 7 Cynthia Alfnnso Ext-vutiw Officer 7 Kenneth Mingola, Operations 81 Training Officer 7 Dianv Ounws. Assistant Opvralinns Offiwr 7 Bvtty Forlvs. Orrinanvf' Offivvr 7Nft1rk Ifill. Campany A 'rst Row, l-r: Ecldiv Ardnin. Htiitilffi Cnlxzm, Second Row: ,Itnni-s Rioux. Nfunm-I litigxin-0 ' win Cornvr. "an Eiiniuniiqon. Druid f"1-liviiixm. Antonio Draxlon. Third Row: Si-ol! ffnrniivi. . f- Unto. ,lufm fiullvrull. ,laiinw fi1lllH'5. Nallmnii-I Ortiz. Hari Suzilvs. Rivfizirrf ixffl!ll4'fl'4l, i urth Row: K4-xin Bc-aurv ami. Mit-lmvl Collie-. D1-nnis Bvrrim. S14-wn .'xINiFilIit'. 'Vfivlium-I Daw s 1, osv Morin-im. 'i th ROYTXXvLliIL'I'TI'il7lD.IA'0Il21Tli Blais. Mivlnn-I f,f1islilio.,foIin Poli-Iilupz-k. -myBvtt1-ni-mirf. Brian De'Nfoi't1lixilli', Sixth Row: .-XiifunioUmm'-..l1'aii Dv Burgu. A-Xpninalrlo X irrvira. Elvlxinu Alffiftlfith '1ilCraysm1..i0iii1Fr'rnansi1'w. Sin-iin'z-i'B1ii'i'm. RUi!L'I'f,liLlf1'. Victorian Drill Team First Row, l-r: Provi Ortiz. Dizim' Cmnt-S. Lori Piltslwy. Patri- cia Anrfrarlv. Second Row: Mivln-liv Roriizl. Clara Yivira. lin-niw xffttllrlttl. MLlI'gIL1I'1'l lfuule-. Si1LlI'i1'IN' Pillflvy. Waiiiizi Hitiiw. Hn-I4-ntl JXiIlIt'ItiLl. Dnnnu Hmid. Nflvlix-l1'f,mlii1'f. fl4'iY0' I'.li1Hlttiti.i.t'XiIt'i.4llWS. 178 O First Row, I-r: Cary Sourw, Murlx Hill. Kvvin Comics. Second Row, l-r: Brian ll:-Nlummilln-. Dann- l'i4-liviaiin. ,lusv Cuutn. lfilily .-Xriluin. Nlii-Iiiii-I liulllv. Third Row, l-r: ,l:um-- GUIHVX. ,lvzui lJ1'l'li1i'gu. Nlii Imvl llgm-mi. Company C Prmiilviiriu Ortiz--Xlumu First Row, I-r: Sandy Roclriguvz. Lori Pillslvy. Sharlcne Pittsley. Mi:-hc-Iv Rorlui. All-la Wlwvlvr. Donna Hood. Maria Pavlwro. Kathy Fonss-1-11. Wanda Blake-. Second Row: Cindy Parheco. Dc-mise' Affmisi-au. Prisvilla Furlrs. Gail Wciuriis Linda Thing. Michvllv Conivs. Palric-ia Rr-ynolrls. Moby Dwk Drill Team Company B First Row: l'ulri1'iu Amlruilf-. Second Row: Lf-lisliu Hulrinfun. .l0LlIlIlI' Tripp. W1-nsly Hzinms. I.i-sliv l,opm-5. D1-lmrali Hood, Mzirgura-I lluulv, .ll'LlllIll1' Hullv. Claim Yivrzi. fkirnwn Alxurvx. Third Row: Dvlmruli CLlI'l'1'2lll- NLIIWQ' Rogvrx, R LW6 Team r: Kennetli Minggola. Kevin Gomes. Mark Hill, Betty Fortes. Cynthia Alf: nieida 7 Captain. Bowling League Purpose: To provide an enjoyalile, Competitive outlet for students and teachers, and to develop desirable eliaraeter traits in both. Back Row, l-r: Robert Andrade. David lfraneif. Miekev Andrade. Toni Barroso, Steve Healey. Ray Waeli. Mike Avila. Bill Travers, john Sl. Germaine, Mike Garifales, Ron Oulelte, Trieia Xiar- lios. .lim Whittaker, Carol Marujo, Matt Crimes. Lenny Raeine, Mark Miller, Bill 0'Brien. Mr. Robert Whittaker, Mr. Dax id Pepin. Second Row, l-r: Alvin Niles, Mark Correia. Bob Healey, Karl Dupre, Karen Moyer, Diane Beaulieu, Leslie King, ,lim Connolly, ,laekie Dupuis, Tammy DeSousa. Debbie Hirst, Steve St. Pierre, Mary-Beth Dugan, Vinny Furtado, Mr, Roger Silva. First Row, I-r: Pat Ramos, Mike Ventura 7 President, Robert Roy, Mike Constant, Sue Whir- taker. Mr. George Biseari v Advisor, Mike Dupuis, Lynne Anuszezyk, Andy Rego, David Robil- lard. gaudy Carrt-iro. Cadet Color Guard L-r: Dennis Berries, Manuel Bagaeo, Kathleen Fonseca, Leonard Blais. Data Processing i fi f Q rpose-: Tr gin- J lf- , ' iruniy "ir ' -K Q: r' Q 's of D' ' row-..' . .f tif, U -r' -N -- Q' nir llabbooli Y Pres ff Fhri' Butler in A li -ui Diilrvf : xi, r 7 Roln-rt' FT11llt'lS.- Not in swf., 'li ,,x., 1 lil-lun-g S4-sp -- , mir Hibboosh, Dolly Burnx, C vnn Ns' fy, 4-' " N.. . 5. .. ruin ir'-, LII' ig: i' .Q fit s P Student Congress Purpose: Bridge gap in-tm-1-11 administration, favultyg and Students, and try' to involve- the gludents in a political strut'- ture. First Row, I-r: He-len Kirby Sharon Stiffler, AnnfvBrenriar1, Pam Karalekas, Ellen Harring- ton, Laurie AlldfYIll' Greta Tavenncr, Mark Perry. Sec- ond Row I-r: Diana Couto. Sandra Stuart Kathy Nann- poulos. Debbie Hardy Samir Habboosh, Paul Arguin Stover Mnldin. Mike Pt-ilczarski. Daw Finrierty, Cheryl Lyonnais, .lackie Tctreaull. Health Careers, Club First Row, I-r: .lavkie Coleman, Teresa Czirrloza, Eloirla llimw-I. Pginlzi Souza. Mn-luiiil' Hill. Mi1lll'4't'lI Cote, Sec- ond Row, l-r: AIHI4' Norniunrlin. .loan Sniilli. Rowiiiary Smith. Niuriai Dias. Dori-1-n Barroyxs. Diane Cunha. lflviiu Marlins. Not in PiClUF9I.ilIii!lililAI1IlIlIt'h. Dvitru Rogers. Laurin' Clirislnplivr. l,ouise',lolir1sini. 181 -, 1, Gold House Office Aides Left to right, 4th Row: Dam-ll Young, Javkie Bariteau, Mark Young. D1-lnlriv Fonsvra. Slew- Perry. 3rd Row: Margarirla Magal- liavf. Carol Cruz. Marcia dclVl1'lo, Elaine Lapoinls-, Kari-n Borowicz, Sandra Be-dard, Sus- Alves. Shawn Pre-scroll. 2nd Row: Wayne Frcilas, Silxiliu Olin-im. Linda Yixviros. ,lozinnv Tripp. lst Row: Dori-on Smilli. ,limi-l ci1'lH'I'4'llX. Sli:-ryl Amaral. Dauid lodoin. Also: Hom' lilillf in 182 Art Club Top Row, l-r: John Parkin, Pvwr Parkin, Marissa Alfonso, Alfred Vieira. Bottom Row, I-Q: Mr. Rivliarrl Pai'l1f'r'o 7 Advi- sor, Isabel Socorro -- Secretary, Ki-ith Dvsrovlivrs A Treasurer, Melanie: Charlier - Vive-Pros., .lunv Davignon 7 Prrsirlviil, Anna Evora. Missing: Peggy Parkin, Roln-rt Amir:-ms, Donna Almeida, David Silva, Stacy Vasiliou, Manor-l Rozurio, Anrlrvvi Rego, Nikki Melanson, Gregg Bl,lf7lil4'f,Sl15iiIl Vinr'vnl. lay American Field Service Purpose: To rum-I people and to learn cultures of other countries. First Row, I-r: Mrs. Dur0lhy'Laflamm1-, Darlene Williams, Belle Clark, lVlarc'1'll4-Duyal, yl'T'0Hllll14' lVlE1llg.'fl'. Dolly Burns. Maria Furlarlo. Kathy Nanupuulos. K4-x in Ryan, Vlariun lluvlxa. Kenny Caftimn, Second Row: Misa Martha Wilde. Chrif Famlingl. Mila-Pell-mrekil llzm- l"i11m-rly.5l1'w liale'f.flll4'l'yl lmrnnaiw. P1llllATgIlllll. Ellen Har- rington. Samir llillllrfblwll. Donald Mem-xc-F. llvlllvr Costa. Dvhlniv Hardy. lllarllma Reid. Samly .lLl4'0llN. llilflblllll Tracy. ,lavqui 'lw4'lI'l'Llllll. Huy Carflnm. Sue- In-ymqllv. Muir ll.1luImufI1. 'Nlarlx Perry. Science Resource Center Aides First Row, l-r: Nun-y lfhin. lllxriflim' Nlzllmn. l"am1'l11 Haskell. N1-rrirla llvrnamla-A. Nlil In-llc Dion. Allan-rl l,!'4'XUbl. S4-vond Row: Nlrf. 'llmxu-1'-. Nllllvl hIIIlI'.l4l1'. Xllvllllt' Srlll1'lI1'l. lQ4'uv'y11- lllllllli. Xmlyw-xl lluieyvrl, N01 Pivlurvdt Rulwrl ln-ln-xx-. lX.lY'I'H Nll-lun-I. ,lrvhn Nmufa. .I4-mul:-r llflllti.l,HVlhh.lllx1'V.'lwI'l!y llvfe'l14lw. 183 National Honor Society Purpose: To vrf-atv an vnthusiasm for scholarship. First Row, I-r: Dvlnra Costa, jorgo Marrnolo, Maria Silva Anns't1r'Amaral, Eloida Danrvl, Pam Corlflu. Elainv P. Y4-hlc-, Phil Lima, Ruhr-n Fvrrvira, Marian Hovha. Carlvvn Maura. Sevond Row: Pam Souza, Sandy Szklany, l,uc'y Bf?l'lf'Vlflf'S, Teresa Cardoza, Cort-on Maura, Zorainla Corrvia, Cathy Lyons, Dc-hlny Rolwrts. Paula Souza. Cn-ta Tavvnnc-r, Anne' Brvnnan, Paul Arguin, Hs-lflxfr Costa, Dayirl l"iun0rty', Rohm-rt Boson, Martha Rvirl, Nanvy' Fonsvva. Third Row: Marissa Dias, Vivian Minyzola. lfllvn Hathaway, Patrivia AI1flI'2:ltl4', Mulanic- Hill, Dvhlry' Hardy, Margarida Magalhavs, Firmina Pvrvira, Kvvin Ryan. Slvvt-n Katvs. Mark Sousa. Samir Hahlvoosh. Cathy Camaioni, Maria Furtado. Sandy Cusson, Anna Evora. Diane' Boaulil-u, Carol Anthony, Lynn-Mario Costa. Fourth Row: Kathy Fvrrt-ira, ,lutly Gr-linaf. Barlrara Trarz. Cvvilia Fvrrm-ira, Ruy' Cardoso, Slow Molclin, Brookv Almvimla, Kathy Nanopoulos. Sanrly ,lar'ol1s, Cvorgv Cinlra. ,loann Hall. ,lavqiv rIlt'1FI'21l1ll. Lira Rounst'xillf-. Mark Corrs-ia, Brian l'l4'lgz'lanfl, Milu' Pclvzarslvi, Slt'vt'Conm1lty', Russ:-ll Rylvka. Kurt Kawli. DECA II First Row: Carlos Rodrigues, Danny Lopvs. David Sovvlr, Cheryl Sylvia, Janice Tvlraull. Marisol Colon. Second Row: .lohn Quintin. Tint Corrc-ia. .lulivttr Cal- laut. D1-lllviv Mt-th-iros, ,lavkic Fournivr. Mary Allvu. Donna Cosmo. Lori C-allant, Toni Aufh-ltm-. Third Row: Arthur Lom- ivux. Mark ,la1'intho, Jamvs Cworgv, Milu- Dupre-. Milw Ouvllf-is-. Tammy Corrvia. Kathy Arrutla. Travy Pffrvira. Kathy .-Xnlaral. 184 Foreign Language Club L-r, First Row: K1-xin Hlallrllurd, Dm-lwlviv Dllllldx Gxwn iiUFUHil'l. Crvlu Tawnm-r, Niurin D41 Pnnle-. N01 Pictured: Carol Nm-I. .-Xlfn-nl Yiviru. Phillip Lima. Gingvr Ninrrix. I-'4-rnmmlo Hvi. AI Mvllviros, Mar- isfu Alfuuum. Mark Hullluuuy, Anus- Brvn- nam. Bill X iviral. B4-lsy Slim-l1ul1.Janv Smi- gy-I. Laurin- All4il'li1'. Middle: Mr. Paul Guy. KJIII5 Uupunl. Marin Dias, Esmvr- uldu Cm're-i.l. Mary Jo Ponlv, Cindy Laulinlm. Sllllliliil Slllilfl. Maria Dr' Barros. Nidiu Sousa. Back: .le-ff Jmluin. Maria Fllrlauln. Dianna COIIIU. Susan Le-xPsquf', NidY'Ql1lI'4'i N1a1g:a1ll1au's. Mark Pvrry. Jost' Yun. 185 Dearfs Aides First Row: Sandy Jacobs, Dvbby Robvrts, Debbie? Hardy, Ellen Harrington, Ht-ldf'r Costa, Marissa Dias, Marmtollt- Dux al. Second Row: Ruin-n Forrcira, Samir llalmlvoowli. Sli-xv Kali-s. Rosi-niary Slillllt. Gail 5livparrl.Cl1rif l'l2lLH'llI'l'. Cvvilia Fvrri-ira. Lury Bviivy itlvs, Lori Costa. Pain Karalt-ltas. Third Row: Brad Fifli. Rirliarzl rFlI1'llIllllIl. Kalliy Ninopnulos. Harry Ninxxxortll.l,onif1'.lolln- N0Il.lllI'1l1y Cainara. Dax icl Finnvrty. Clivryl Lyonnais. Botti' Clark. V, - W..-im-tw " Foreign Born Club First Row, l-r: Fatima Carrancho, Manuel Ferro, Elizabeth Figueirodo, Isilda Ferro, Rosa Valunle, Fil0lTlf3IlZl Melo, 'Iicrusinha Vioira, Natalia Rois, Maria Fran:-isro. Cvlvstv Marlins. Second Row: Grace Torres, Celia Da Silva, Rosa Moco, Agverla Alonso, Julia Cruz, Ana Ferreira, Fatima Castro, Mary Joi: Da Ponte, Auroa Silva, Filomcna Silva, Maria L, Rcsmirlvs. Ana Chants, Analwla Braga, Maria Giesta. Third Row: Manuel Louro, Antonio Pimentel, Manuel Francisco, Joe Valcnle, Lino Barros, Maria .l. Oliwira, Carlos Bento, Tori-sa Fcrri-ira, Agoslinha Olivvira, Victor Rafael, Antonio Miranda, Tony' Lopes, Jorge Marmclo. 186 Business! Foreign Language Resource Center Aides First Row, I-r: Mrs. Nolin, Donna Oliveira. Mafia Torres. Suzanna Soares. Aurea Silva. Silvina Oliveira, Manuela Neto, Maria Vizinho, Karen Coulart. Wendy Rogers. Sitting: Mario Brum. Second Row: Gail Shepard. Denise 90flS2ilNq4'f. B4-lly P.. Ester Chau-s. Filomf-na bllui. l:lilulwlh Dv Arruda. Rulann Nadeau. bot Pictured: Michael Palrivia Rioux. Gayle bilxa. Brenda Miranda. fi ,K R! .iv Audio- Visual Aides l'lrsl Rom: .l1v.uxm- 1,,rii'1luf11. ,lam-l Lula-r'. f,li1'i'yl llziviiiv flinuli Xi1'liN,S01'0l1d Row:,lini KllllIl1'l',lil1'UR4N'llLl.,l1'I'UIIH' lli l'n ru lil llx Silx 1 lnm l,ll l.1iI'llU!rl. in-.in Mvry. lx:-niiv -"- . ' Y t K. li'lNull..l1'ff llllllll. Tan Hoase Uffiee Aides First Row, l-r: Bi-th lluffx. ,li-xiii l.1-niivux. Cwilii mln Silxi Second Row: Tammy llc-Sul1Nil.:'Xli1ll l'lrlI'1'll.l..l1DNl i Inns lli I gailu. Ku ix Nliilgnl.1.flur:-Ili Rmliti. Folksters Purpose: A musical after-school activity during which folk and pop songs are sung andfor played with guitar. The Folk- slers participate in Lhe Music Departmenfs spring and winter f'0nf'Pf1S. L-r: lVlr. Langelotti. Sherri Fineberg, Glynis Sylvia. Karen Fivhlenmayer. Joyce Mullin. Sharon Stiffler, Helen Kirby. Sealed: Susan Crowther. Angela Paiva. Not Pictured: Pat Olix eira. Dale Rhodes. ,wwf 188 Guitar Club Back Row, l-r: Mr. Campoli, Karen Fivhtenniayvr, RL 4-rl K1-ll:-1'111a11. Karen Calnain. Front Row, l-r: A1115 Pina. 5115.111 Ciruxsllivr. Clynis Sylxia. Join- lVl11lli11. N Pictured: Paul N1-to.Rm-l111IBu1111:'1. Handbell Choir rpose:Toteaclis1111lf'11lQ1l14-skillr1lrf'a1li11g1n11+ir-a114l 11-rfor111zilcfonwrisinsi1l4'u111l UllISlfl1'0lY1'llU0l. ,-r: Paul Sarrlinhzi. Nlarlg Yivrzi. rlll111111z1sC11lli11s. Mir-lun-I '1. 6. 41 ah 1 vL1'1N. N ,,'.--lu 1',4.A Orchestra Back Row, l-r: Ruth Fisher. Sara Smith, Iris Alkalay. Char, ' 1' , 11- 4: rw- Mullin. Lori Natvr. Suzanne l"in'4-, Ke-ith Aniorin. Toni Collini. Philip Lima. Conslanw' Bt-his, Tim Sruddvr. Sarah Carrvlt,Jan1c-s Bvllivoau. Cassandra Mor- an ladxiuorl. Middle Row l-r: John Araujo. Paul Sirdinha, Svdtl fi0HZ3lt'l. Front Row l-r: Marilyn Plummer. Yirtoria llf. .II... 'N., H'.. ' LR ..llF' 1 -., .A 1 1..z " . ' ifra 'unm- '. Jr . Vi. ,..4 :1 S A TB Chorale Purpose: To give male and female- students an oppor- tunity to sing together at converts inside of school. First Row, l-r: Sherri Finebfwrg, Ruth Fisher Denise Lamontagne Glynis Sylvia, Edwin Ardoin Gary Soares Dave Perry Cathy Camaioni, Denise Donlan. Second Row, l-r: Barbara Shanks Lori Plummer Jeanne Metcalfe Barbara Tramzz. Vidalia Cabral, Glenn Rudolph Denise Bastos. Dolly Burns, Martha Reid Marcelle Duval. Third Row, l-r: Ms. Cassandra Mor- gan, Mary Rodrigues Karen Mc-ssifvr, Paul Sardinha Mivhae-l .-Mila. Mark Sims. Thomas Collins Mark Yie-ra. Marilyn Plummer. Ke-rrp Mt'Grath. jackie Dupuix. T.B.B. Chorus Back Row. l-r: lloiialrl Urn-llc-t. Dvni- Lam- dinha. Brut-v l,avki-5. Seated at Piano: Mark Yivra. Paul Forts:-ra. Front Row: Mivham-l Axila, S4-ott Rudolph. .lame-s Svildclt-r. Eddir- Ardoin. Cary Soares. Danny Houhrfz ninlivh Chinn Rmlnllllli Tom Collins- Sgr' S. SA. Select Chorus Purpose: To allow a limited group of chosen singers to perform in many concerts and functions. Last Row, i-r: Greta Tavenner. Ruth Fisher, Denise Bas- tos. Martha Reid, Kerry McGrath, Marilyn Plummer, Mary Roderigues, Dolly Burns, Barbara Tracz, Karen Mes- sier. Second Row: Denise Lamontagne, Denise Boucher, Gracie Gomes, Lori Plummer. First Row: Diana Comes, Vidalia Cabral, Donna Duarte, Sherri Fineberg, Cathy Camaioni, Jeanne Metcalfe, Mrs. Cassandra Morgan, Advi- sor. f Main Uffice Aides Back Row: Gina Gentile, Rita Taxares, Sue Lovell, Luey Benfeito, Cindy Bareelos. Middle Row: Suzanne Cuillieault, Pam Turner, June Daxignon, Ellen Magnant, Debbie Hirst. First Row: Maria Dupenl, Christine Gerwatois ski, Lisa Coulart. Missing: Miehael Alpert, Jorge Clattenlmurgx. Kenny Rose. 190 S. SA. Chorus Back Row, I-r: Cassanrlru Morgan Ulrlxisrnrj, Nlieliele Helmerl. Greta Taxenner. Maria Giestzl. Diana liixurrl. .-Xnllreu Bayne. Karen Metixier. Harriet Fel- lnnris. Yieturiu Poulos. Cynthia Sterling. Patrieia Raines. llurliuru Sliainlts. Marilyn Plumnier. Second Row: Sherri lfinelrergx. Naiiey Hunt, Suzainna Harms, lihontlai Xltniun. Rhonrla Harriman. Linfla Vixeiros. 'Nlary Carriero. Maureen Foley, Ruth Fisher. Nlaureen lil-rgferen. Front Row: lvlilfflll' Rudolph. Karen Desgintels. lliulu Karalelxgis. Denise Donlzin. Donna lhuirte. Pzitriviti Rionx. Susan Olixer. Noreen Aguiar. Bennie lfiuiim-ii. Cheryl Santos. 'llitnniy Barliozu. if Sophomore Class O ioers l,-r: N-1. X11-UI1-51. Pu-rn-. X uw- Pr:-5. Lum Murlms. l,I'1'Nl1Il'lll.lj1'llISl,1lNXI'1'Il1'4' Trvzl- NlII4l'I'. SIIVITX l'1im'lv4'l'1', Student Adozsory Council Pam Karalm-ka-..lz1y11m'Cmt.1. Anno Br:-mlun. Mark P1-rrp. Lauriv ,-M1111-llv. Missing: Miwhuvl Alpm-rl Usfzerettes I.-r, Bark Row: Alan Malanu. Dvirdre- lfllal- in-11. l"llillIlH'llI Figglle-ir1-do. IJIIIAIVIII' William- l'Ill1ll'l4-llw NLHIIHIII. I'wiI4JIIll'llQl Silm. Kluim Lul'urlIl1'. l':Nl1'I'1lll.lXl's. ylilfill .'xI!4II'll1I1' l'-Lilillhl 4l.zxlru. NIAU ,lu Pnnlm-. l,iN.1 lg4'll1'II 4'ulll'l, llwlm-n 111vl'l'1'i.1. Fulinm I,l'X!II.lI'.kI. B:-x 4-rlx Hlff.1l'ru. Mlxi-ur. Front RUM: HI-mil' Vrurrlrx limlll-im, Niwvly New Bedford I-hgh School Band Donna Almeida, Jose' Amaral, Kc-ith Amorin, Curtis Andrade, Karen Andrews, Randy Arnold, Charlene- Audvtte, John Augustinv, Cfilvstc- Be dard ldfflfk Bc lllN6dlI Kart n B1 tltbll R liz rt B4 Nadinv Blanrhc-tt, Rebecca Broadlwnt, Susan Butlvr, John Cabrztl, Louisef Cabral, Cvlf-ste' Canvira, Thomas Collins. Rolvi11Corrs-ia, Todd Cralrtru File I n Cruz ,lane t f iul 'Vlarw 4 llm Duxal Dougla lfrritaiiilw. Kart-n Fi4'lit4-liinrtyfr, le-ssiva Fislwr, Curtis Fratlin. Nlanuvl filtIlZLilY1'Z. Srutt Conzalw, Dvlira lloldt-n. Kriftinzi ilardin. l.lw11,lLlN0lI N11 u lxitt ll: It t IF ix Laxadinho. Carl Marujo. Jani- Modeiros. Karr-n Me-tixivr, Robvrt Moniz, Joyce Mullin, Connie' Olixeira. Glc-nn Pavlwru. Gvrard Patnaudv. Antonio Re' Pndw Jn mph Rolnnson lolm Rudrignz Nora Ross-. Paul Sardinha. Elizabf-th Sll3fl'l'I', Timothy Scudder, Denis? Stbquvira. Lisa Sylvia, Mary Ellvn Souza, Durtwn Sylvia, Glynis Swlxla lisa SNlNld Barrx Tlimnp on Donna Tnrru Ojingzxxa Udo. l.ori'rwYi1-ira,John Stonv, janv Portt-r, Sharon Lopes. Karon Holdrn, Barbara Ramos, XC fl. i iii '.,.-W '- 5 r in .f F i M 9 " lar aff i o ,M- .-ww if-MP to Y in i , rrmvr' , ,, ifiii . -' aiii - A f-i tra,,l t - M if ,, , 1 i t ,,,, 4? 7 .iii f ' Q b , ,,,,, , 1 , ,,,, t , ,l,a, , i A 'W N m k' in ics: er- fr 1 i f' A A .L 21 ,..lZ1,.-m., it .. l, .wml .,,,,, ,,,, Q ,.,. ,, ,, .,, - ,i,, . ,I A . ., Ki pw 5' .il 6' In . M? ,f 1 ,vp : , Jil .J fn' Wzaz' , , Ht, Ni A ,yea -QJ1 Q , Q "QQ-' 'A 5 ..,. , ' 'f . ., . ,A ,-- r.. ..,.,.. -ff . ". - 1 fy . A1 fy Maj'0 rettes Front Row: Kim Comes, Jackie Kaz:-r. Donna Ni-ws Hieadj Lynn Caron. Norma Lapointr. Back Row: Trivia Enoksc-n, Nanfy Fonsiwa, Yalariv SOWIF. Patti Faria. Donna Koflka. Surf Brodo, Ann Koslka, Adxisor. Judy Allen. Q, fgfi N. T L no Cheerleaders Top Row, l-r: Brooke Alnwida. JoAnn Hall. Middle Row: Allison Pragana. Maureen Flan- agan. Jam-Liv YQ-zina. Bottom Row: Nan:-5 Pvilaxino. Toni Cabral. Lisa R0l1IlM'NiHl'. 1Ht'li4I Cha-m-rlvulir-rj. Lisa Sullixan, Chris Lixollv. Front Row: Camlsn Sweet. Pal GH-1-m'. -Xdx ifor 7 Kristina- Ainflvy. 2 Guidance Aides First Row tl-rl: Staeey' Coueei. Marie Kenyon. Seated: Celeste Castro. See- ond Row tl-rl: Joanne Costa. Kari Dahlherg. Karen Berehe. Third Rom tl- rl: Audrey Lassey. Maria Oliveira. Maria De Silva. Fourth Rom tl-rl: Cindy Eaton. Suzanne LaBonte. Debbie Costa. Monique Drolet. Deliliie Hardy. Not Pietured: Aly Ardino. Steye Perry. Chris Jodoin. Yieloria Jorge. Charles Cornell. Tammie Eaton. Shantina Sanders. Ruth Silva. Amy Amaro. Cathy Da Rosa. Maria De Medeiros. my xiyi 31 TVAides First Rom tl-rj: David Gonsalves, Kevin Robertson. Kellie Martin. Tammie Eaton. .lohn Araujo, Kevin Burgo, Ted Christian. Second Row ll-rl: Speneer Barros. Mark Santos. Mrs. Joanne Williams. I. Social Science Resource Center Aides First Row ll-rl: Leslie King, Jeff Ventura. Seeond Row ll-rl: ,lane Daniels. Dina Ferreira, Betty Silva, Joao Lourenco. Not Pietured: Lisa Betteneourt. Idalina Castelo, Gayle Silva. Candida De Pina. Geral- dine Tetreault. Wendy' Cooper, Ann Marie Russell, Michele Mendes. Sophomore Steering Committee Mike Alpert. Sydney' Bookstein, Graee Farias. Ann Marie Galvao. Sharon Lima. Maria Medeiros Matt Picard. Kim Rose. Cory' Sylvia. .lanine Allen. Monique Bourgeois. Celeste Caneira. jim Cusson. Grace Gomes, George Matis, Katherine Mingola. Donna Sarmento. ,lohn Souza. Mike Soeorro. Sallie Ramos. Pamela Correia. Brad Fish, Donna Lyonnais. Karen Midttun. Robin Horner. Riehard Tueh- man. Brian Wileox. Donna Almeida. John Beauregard. Amir Hahhoosh. Lorene Jones. Susan Oliver. Susan Crowther. Diane Rivard. Diane Silva. 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