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

 - Class of 1981

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Sawyer Mr. Eugene Goldrick Dean of Students Gold Housemaster Guidance Department J ,wf e ee is 5 Mr. Neal Wall Mr. Michael Hochman Miss Juanita Schott Blue Green Blue x W 4' 'l iv f 0 s J we Pvx K lf..- ,Q t "" 3 if A 1 W 47 .4 wail R:"wg:gs1f.. ke . ""'M. .ff Miss Anne Sowe Miss Julia S. Mahoney Mr. Jacob Tabachnik Blue Tan Tan r r :ff2'fv G if' f alel ff J . .V "-e i,e B e l ,K 'PP Mr. Ellsworth McAlee Mr. Edward Burke Mrs. Judith Bolton Green Gold Gold B B he . f it S Nw ' f gf 'ts " gs -P. ...- E J Y? .ze K Mrs. Jeanne Bonneau Mr. William Winsper Mr. William Savage Green Placement Counselor Gold Mr. Peter Nanos Tan tx AWWLA Q English Department 'S Mr. Dennis Carreiro Mr. Charles Robinson Dept. Head Mr. David Pepin K . ,,... 3. H. .. .. i.. --. x ii ew . Q. qw-uv? 1, 11. E. 5 ' ' 'fs- Mrs. Patricia Rutkowitz Mrs. Dorothy Latlamme haf' Y tb af 1 Mrs. Gale Rowles Ms. Marguerite Burchell M Mrs. Susan Gillum Mrs. Graciette Medeiros , - - ...M ,--- -+- fi? Ye 4, effi- -Q. 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MN .ff K! 5' Mr. Robert Lanouette 29 English Department Af Mr Robert LeBlanc Me Mary Morne Mr. George Charbonneau 1 Mr. Gerald Fogel Mr. Jamee Kelly Mr. Stephen Fraga Mrs. Audrey Levaeeeur Z6 Mr. Robert Peccini Mr. Robert Braz Mr. Arthur Walsh Mr. Roger St. f 3, 0' X 5' 4 5' , i " 3 , Vi y 'wzwik l Pierre Mr. Eugene McCarthy l .ks English Department Mrs. Judith Snow , , V. ,,.,,,., M , 'fifif I .K .,,. , 1 ,Q W Mrs. Anita Rose Mrs. Pauline Richard Mrs. Regina Keightley Mrs. Rose Souza Ms. Maria Luis Ms. Beverly Bizzarro Mrs. William Doyle Mr. Abel Fidalgo Dept. Head Mrs. Blanche McCoy Aide 1 'AE1 2 i111f'i I L Mr. Armand Marchand Bilingual Department are Mr. Manuel Aguiar Mrs. Ester Gomes ' M., if Ms. Ermelinda Antunes Mr. Antonio Silva 31 Bilingual Department Mrs. Dorothy Kallevik Mrs. Linda Mothia Mr. Alcidee DaGraca ...pw Q 3 , . ,r., Mr. Joseph Barradas Aide Mn' Thjzg Tone' Mr. Antonio Oliveira .jog - 'L . Jive. mfs , V. xx E Mrs. Juliet Amaral Mr. Silvino Ferreira Mr. Miguel Sanchez-Arriola .X .,gvis-sl wa Mrs. Eulalia Carvalho Mr. Manuel Silveira Mr. Paul Broadmeadow Misa Clara Vmagre Aide .wx Industrial Arts Department Mr. John Farrell Dept. Head 3 llah Mr. Ralph Monloiro Mr. Edward Orlowaki Mr. David Morotti ii cpl Mr. Joan Bonnoau Mr. Hans Picard mx: Mr. Paul Maty Mr WilIiamJ Robbins i Mr. Curtin Mello Mr. Ralph Dlouhy Mr. Richard Rulkowilz Mr. Nicholas Konstantakos Math Department M1 1 M593 JOSH Park Mrs. Frances Barbero 1 Dept. Head Ms. Dorothy Dean - ' ...... 2 .::Q, ' S' " Mr. John Fernandes Mr. Edward Girard . 52,1 X. K X rm V Mr. Gualter De Silva Mrs. Eileen Diggle .ww pl!! fit Xia? Mr. John Gomes Miss Constance Hindle Mrs. Susan Harriman 25 ,gif " Mr. Marc Lelendre Mr. Ronald Le Blanc Mr. Bruce Lima 3' Ps s-Q it ivy Mr Timothy Mitchell Mre Zelda Rodriguez Mr Henry Saltzman 'Qs' Mr. Ronald Vaz I Business Department .V KN . R . Mr Igggzizggonne Ms. Judith Allen Mr. Carlos Alves Mr. Arthur Anderson ssr,, iv- ev Vg ,VV X. Mr. Richard Anderson Mrs. Lois Ayqug Mrs. Irene Bebis Aide ,WN Ms. Catherine Catin Mr. Edward Costa Ms. Dawn Ceton '-'sf .,-,,....,... r ., , - A " --M 'ii . - Mrs. Joyce Deslorges Mrs. Loretta Dlouhy Mrs. Madeline Duarte 36 43 'Q Mrs Lucrllo Lugano Mr Stanley Lessoff Mr Salvatore Lombardo Mrs Joan Merolla RN Social Studies Department elf ' ' -:12:' -velg i at l .A Mrs. Rhoda Purcell Mr. Edmund Tavares Y! Mr- FI'9d0l'i0K CUIG Mr. Robert Foster Mrs. Lena Campanelli Dept. Head ,, ' e...e..,... . .. . z 3,2521 o n , ..,k e...r L, k V....V ' w f f-I - ' --' - -- - ' -" " .. - -- 2 - fi fi -fl.. , fa? in ' K' ' K z :i2.,., 0: '- s eete - 5 i 1? 1 Mr. John Murphy Mr. Anthony Zielinski lie? "Nueva-0' su. Mrs. Catherine Hassey Mr. Richard Carreiro Mr. John Borowicz Social Studies Department if if Mrs. Cynthia Conward . i . Mr- John CUNY Mr. Maurice Taylor Ms. Cynthia Leal Mr. Michael Longo Mr. Lawrence Edmundson Mr. Ronald Dow Mr. Funk Mona i 'X lx: i f 'ii' 4 '1 . Mra. June Roberts Mr. Roger Levosque Foreign Language Department .. M K .. Q 5151: 5 igjmggr gg e 49.5 wr' X II'--Y, an M mga., ,K L X XR s,.:::f.,.. Q C! X an-M .. i 'AQ JM! 1 'Y' 4 LYNX Mrs. Rosalie Baker Mr. Joseph DaSiIva Dep . f Head 'QNX Mrs. Eliza Andrade Mr. Luis DaRosa Mr. Paul Guy Ms. Paulina Rainville i r. Maurice Galipeau ' Mr. Ronald Nolin Foreign Language Department k X Mrs. Sarah Kalile Mr. John Rsposo f h i i Mr. Laurindo Machado S Mr. Ronald Medoiros M Amari Arauio Mr. G Mrs. Maria Costa Mrs. Giselle Cabral 41 Music Department Kin K.-1,. XX Mr. Russell Campoli r r WI I ,, Mr. Donald Vasconcallos Band Director liff. I f .. fri' Q? Mr. David Rocha Mr. Robert Millette -"'l!ln.. Ms. Patricia Clark X. ,M . . it, A w R Mrs. Cassandra Morgan Mr. William Langelotti Vocal Director rt Department Mr. William Bettencourt Mr. Richard Pacheco Q i Mr. Robert Fournier Mrs. Nancy Baier CJccupaHonaIEducaUon .as. 2 Q - ' a ... is. f N fs ,X ' ..: 2 . ey .- 4... ,. ...ff A . A x.-. . ' fs' f. P' - nmsnmfu Mrs. Modena Chooporian Mrs. Mary Stellalo Home Ec, Dept. Head Mrs. Nancy Sullivan Home Ec. F' .. . za A 'ir , Mg. 1. Mrs. Hope Collins Child Care 1mm.W.s. si. - . 1 . 1 Av! . 'N Mr. Les Harriman Occ. Foods Mr. John Pacheco PhydcalEducaHon .fl Q J"x qhwrp Mrs. Ruth Mellen Home Ec. wiv .5 if Mrs. Eileen Medeiros Nurses' Aide Instr. Mrs. Toni Audette Dist. Ed. QQ Ms. Karen Bicker Aide rv V Mrs. Mary Shea Ms. Palti Sheerin Mrs. Donna Caron Physical Education Department fl" ' www M Mrs. Pauline Amaral Mr. James Medeiros Mrs. Micheline Donaghy Mrs. Lousnn Gonsalves I' si., Mr. William Esancy .A fu. I Mr. Ronald Barboza if '--W 5 llvr W , ' it Mr. Mitchell Kuliga Q,.-NMMA' Mr. Robert Liliedahl Mr. Clyde Ribeiro ,-Q-nw, Mrs. Kathy Buckley Mr. Stephen Gardiner Mr. Richard Ponte any .e ' 'Rf Science Department W 'fwiwi gif' iii - if ggi , . i 1.-ffj.: - xv- P. ik if?" 'i .J X. H f 4 , - 1 .,,e, . . MF- JUFOU R039 Mrs. Mary Jane Rider Mr. Joseph M. Gill Dept. Head Mr. Joseph Jacintho 7 f f l X I A 'R it K 9' xx. 's N knife Mr. bs ,A 'Q' . .4 Jar. ' Mrs. Doris Bieaillon Mr. Ernest Kobza i "', . -il 4 fl ' 1 Utd .ar Henry Hartley Mr. J. Leo Hebert . px' Mr. Wayne Hamlet Mr. George Goodlellow .Ir ,. 4. . f y . 1 I gawk' 4 14 . A . ,X cg In V -' Ms. Sandra Pike Mrs. Virginia Sherbino Mr. John Strittmatter Cd Mrs. Janice Ouimet Mr. Allen Roscow .g A Mr. Maurino lsidoro me 'we Science Department Mr. A. Glenn Brum Dr. Eugene Wilusz Mr. John Dell Isola Mr. Raymond Martin Wav' Mrs. Susan Lessoff N--.-4, if Mr. Dennis Medeiros 5 1. "' Q I .,M..f, S . T' . e A -P was M 11 eb f K 'A 'ff y vs, K Q 1 Mr. Kenneth Soares Mr. Paul Anthony Mr, Abel pimengal 46 X f? ,Q V x Special Services .ihk 'W' S. :MQ 'Q l i Mr. Clyde Armstrong Ms. Elizabeth Ferreira Mr. Manuel Matos Ms. Lynn Mingola' Ed. Dev. Pgm. Ed, Dev, Pgm. Ed. Dev. pg,-n, Ed' Dev. Pgm- Mr. Robert Jeffrey Ed. Dev. Pgm. Ms. Joanne Bennett Ed. Dev. Pgm. ,pm i x rw i if Lt. Col. Joseph Napoli J. R. O. T. C. ,. W Q.. ' A " i' Mr. Donald Wilusz Soc. St. Res. Ctr. Mrs. Joy Reul Ed. Dev. Pgm. Aide Mrs. Janice Cohen Ed. Dev. Pgm. Mrs. Margaret Mello Ed. Dev. Pgm. Aide QE i if H 'Q " rw A E s Mrs. Theresa Audette Ed. Dev. Pgm. Aide ,fl Mrs. Elena Martins R. N. Mrs. Helen Rogers Eng. Res. Ctr. Mrs. Yvette LeBlanc R. N. Mrs. Janice Arruda Math Res. Ctr. Mr. Thomas Ferreira Ed. Dev. Pgm. Sgt. Robert Morrison J. R. O. T. C. Mr. Robert Maucione Media Coordinator Ms. Ann Rodrigues Bus. Lang. Res. Ctr. 47 MW... L'-e.,,,,a' argl ffff :rainy Mrs. Ethel Towers Sci. Res. Ctr. A Mr. Paul Boisvert Driver Ed. Mrs. Alice Rezendes Gold House Sec. I Mrs. Kathy Tench 48 Blue Guid. Clerk Special Services A -, s . in ui' 5 sq 5. .,.1 Li V I Me 5 1 4 1 ' Mrs. Vivian Robb Librarian Mrs. Marguerite Zielinski Head - Ref. Res. Ctr. WA. ,,pW..,.. . is Mr. Roger Robitaille T. V. Instructor 'iii fin. Mrs. Ethel Griffith Mrs. Gerry Correia Mrs. Catherine Rose Green House Sec. Green Guid. Clerk Gold Guid. Clerk Mrs. Sylvia Amaral Mrs. Eleanor Craveiro Mrs. Claire Bergeron Tan House Sec. Tan Guid. Clerk Blue House Sec. 354 Y' Miss Helen Shea Mrs. Rita Rivard Main Off. Tel. Op. Main Off. Tel. Op. -- ...S . .. gif- Qf ---- .. f.,k.. K' 3.9 .... ...sf Mrs. Marion Brown Exec. Sec., Main Off. Special Services 'Y""'-vw fl'-' is Mrs. Stasia Szaro Mrs. Marie Turgeon Main Off. Sec. Main Off. Sec. Mrs. Carol Clermont Main Off. Sec. few... 4 "' .,.,.wwf" I. H.. 'K 1 . K Ms. Elizabeth Winn Mrs. Julie Seguin Ms. Claudia Menard Main Guid. Sec. Proj. Chart Staff Proj. Chart Staff JZ f H J .-EQSQP Mrs. Violetta Fernandes Main Off. Sec. -ess, Mrs. Beatrice Costa Proj. Chart Aide iii ' is i " 1 X as Mrs. June Kisbert Proj. Chart Aide Ms. Melissa Naile Mrs. Elaine Satioleas Proj. Chart Aide Proj. Chart Aide ..g,fi',1 z.... ,, I was-f ' a,,,.l V I Mrs. Darlene Raposo Mrs. Eileen Forgue Mrs. Joan Borowicz Proj. ChartAide Proj. ChartAide Proj. Chart Aide - lx Y Mrs. Elizabeth Trudelle Proj. Chart Aide Special Services 'F S as , 'hw :W Ms Patricia Burgo Mr. Robert Francis Mrs. Irene Medeiros Mrs. Rita Blanchette Project Chart itinerant Teacher Laundry Aide Laundry Aide Cafeteria Workers Mrs. Vivian Bettencourt, Mgr. Cecile Antone Cynthia Bentley Claire Bernier Claire Brun Margaret Carola Hilda Catlow Jackolene Correia Janice Costa Rose Costa Rose Coulombe Gladys Couto Alice Gomes Priscilla Gomes Theresa Hall Mary B. Hayes Dorothy Hope Joyce lacoponi Natalie Inacio Marion Jankowski Joanne Kwicien Cuitera Ladino Theresa Lizotte Alice Maillet Joyce Menard Irene Mendonca Gloria Mendoza Cynthia Moniz Kathleen Murphy Dorothy Pedro Kathleen Perry Mary L. Perry Kathryn Rothwell Agnes Rua Frances Schoorens Sharon Silvia Natalie Simmons Anne Souza Emily Souza Rosalie Strittmatter Dorothea Sylvia Mary Tavano Shirley Whittaker Marion J. Wholley Also: Ms. Debra Sullivan, Project Chart Custodlans Mr. George Wheeler, Head Mr. Romeo Bergeron, Carp. Mr. Dale Fuller, Carp. Mr. Marc Gill, Engr. Mr. Fred Reynolds, Chief Engr. Mr. Antone Alfonso Mr. Kenneth Andrews, Engr. Mr. Joseph Arruda Mr. Leopold Berube Mr. Mark Britton Mr. James Burgo Mr. Gerald Cabral Mr. Stanley Collins, Sr. Cust., Mrs. Eva Correia Mr. Fernando Cruz Mr. John David Mr. Alfonse Duarte Mr. Joseph Dutra Mrs. Shirley Fernandes Mr. Joseph Ferreira Mrs. Mary Fortes Mr. William Frazier Mrs. Beverly Gomes Sylvia Mr. Charles Gosselin Mr. Richard Haskins Mr. Donald Howard Mr. John Joseph Mr. Dennis Latour Mrs. Beatrice Leal Mr. James Macedo Mr. Kenneth Macedo Mr. Ernest Medeiros Mr. Willard Monteiro Mr. Luciano Oliveira Mrs. Ermalinda Perry Mr. Kenneth Petty Mr. Edgar Pothier Mr. Goerge Roy, Jr. Mr. August Sacramento Mr. Daniel Sarmento Mr. Edward Simmons Mr. William Tavares Mr. Anthony Williams fqri g in r 2nd Shift Most absent-minded M V t Toughest t Most spirited Quietest Nolan FEMALE Mrs, 4 ,Alleen Miss Constance Handle MISS Steve Swaye Robert Morrison Mr. George Go a :" T "" W 1 Mr. Peter Ms Julia Mrs Most talkatnve Most athletic Most dependable Most verbose Most organized - .., ,..,. .. .1..... ...,. . ,- . 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Best of Luck to the Class of 1981 NBHS Instructional Media Center ev 1 . -'-Q+1"f V .. .4 nl, I"' . -.I V in Y ' 3 ,za ?Pz Tix' 1 y 'A .4-1 -A fl! En : , , ,, . , ! vs 1 e -5 W Ui ,W N? 'lsifhat - W 'I 7 if 575-f' . 1 L ','W1rlK , F. 4 Xp. 1:5 4-s2.'xtr 5-"Iwi ' 'X' " 'A Q Fifi, Mr. Robert H. Maucione Media Coordinator Mrs. Vivian Robb, Librarian Mr. Roger Robitaille, instructor Mr. Robert Whittaker, A.V. Tech Zielinski ' POOLS ' 998-3582 998-2504 22 Tarkiln Hill Road New Bedford, MA 02745 .s .Qi tk' it ETX Region. g.k,s.i-'iff .-...fi-.. f . i - , '- ffiif'-f:f -is 1 ' T if ft I 4 V vin... You Know It's Going to Be a Bad Day When .. . . . .You find out that you've dressed for Crazy Red and White Day and it's Country and Western Day. . . .You discover that you are having a test on Monday. A period, that you didn't study for. . . . Dean Sawyer screams at you BEFORE 8:00 a.m. . . . They give you twenty minutes for lunch because the drains are backing up in the cafeteria. . . .You don't have breakfast and they cancel Senior Lounge. . . . You spend three hours writing cheat notes on the bottom of your shoe and you have to walk to school in the rain. . . . The first time you take your Dadfs car to school, you get hit by your own school bus. ...The lunch is kale soup. . . . You figure out that it's going to cost you about S200 just for Prom night. .. . You skip school for the first time in twelve years and they call home. 00 4' "11- A L W You Know It's Going to Be a Good Day When You have a test scheduled and they cancel school because of snow. . . .You have study periods G and H and you never signed in. . . . Somebody pulls a fire alarm during a test that you didn't study for. . . .You find out that they extended Christmas vacation. . . .They have Junior Whalers for lunch. . . . Dean Sawyer says, "That's a great idea!" .-fjfdx . . .The football team wins. t ,y . . . Band practice is cancelled. A y . . .You have three subs in the same day and they all give you studies. ii. W' . . .You skip A, B and C periods to go to Senior Lounge and you don't is get caught. . '62 . 1 'xx pe., www-vw 3 ' L i i + i 3 5 1 l +1 if I 1 w w I Y E 1 r w 4 w x i 4 1 . , E 1 , s6 o Seniors ADAM ABELHA Ambition: to become a mar- keting agent. Contented play- ing baseball or with Anne C. Found photography, Mr. War- ren, Mr. Millette and NBH people worthy of praise. Famed for his one-liners in class. A moody man who detested early school start. Going to college and will undoubtedly be successful. HELENA ALEXANDRE "Lena," who wants to become a hair stylist, relaxes by listening to radio. Wants to tour France. Always will cher- ish her parents for how they liked her. Gym was the great- est because of being with friends. Work is her next step. "W0w!" DONNA MARIE ALM EIDA "Pumpkin Face" desires to be an accountant. Into music and baseball. A band mem- ber who adored Mr. Fiapoza and other band kids because they were close. Eddie was great company. Liars repel her. Donna has a beautiful smile. To SMU after NBH. "Live and let live!" 8 VICTOR ACEVEDO Hobbies are baseball, basket- ball and football iprivate wish to be sportscasterj. Has ambition to learn to fly. See him at Ben Rose Projects. Commends Mrs. Kallevik, Mr. Goodfellow this personalityj. Fell in the ditch while water- picking! To college or Air Force. "Que pasa?" DEBORAH AGUIAR "Agie" possibly going to SMU. Never forget falling in chemistry class with Joe. Enjoyed Algebra ll. Loves of Neil Young. Her are "Caddyshack", sounds movies "Sugar Mt." and "Circus of Heaven." The station of her dreams, WAAF 107. Despises rights and wrongs. "Be happy with who you are." MARISSA L. E. ALFONSO "Miss Marissa" To Harvard, then Oxford for Celtic archae- ology. Most satisfied as Ed.- in-Chief of "Crimson C.", her place of refuge. Latin, History, Mr. Guy, Mrs. Hassey fed intellectual needs. Besotted by the 16th century and haunted by her atrocious sense of humor. A member of the "Society for Creative Anachronismf' HELENA ALMEIDA A non-stop talker. Relaxes by listening to music. Good sense of humor helps her endure academic require- ments and rules. Fteacted well to gym and Mr. Kelly. Eating is her pleasure. Wants to be rich, successful and to tour England. "You got it!" IRIS ALKALAY "Chip" enjoys playing the flute and skiing. Likes being with Zeide, Alks, OP and Sa. Secret wish is to play with the BSO. Remembers parents for their support and under- standing. Mr. Vaz was super. Going on to pre-med from little here. "Appreciate the things while they're yours." HILDEBRANDA ALM EIDA "Bily" Secret wish to be a fashion designer. Admires parents for love and under- standing. Like to go to Cabo Verde. Off to SMU or BCC. "The tragedy of life is not that it ends so soon, but that we wait so long to begin it." it HARRY AINSWORTH Senior Class President. it DAVID ALLEN MICHAEL C. ALPERT "Pit" Our student representa- tive. Wishes to be rich and successful. Thanks his par- ents for their love and con- cern. Disliked the rules and regulations at NBHS. Can always be found at Button- wood Park with his friends. Headed for college fpossibly Syracusej. Will own a busi- ness. "Give me a break!" ESPERANZA ALEJANDRO "Tatita" Goal to become a secretary. Hobbies: swim- ming, listening to radio. Hates two-faces. Her favorite song: "Jamaica Funk." Would love to languish in Bermuda or tropics. Remember parents' love, affection and under- standing. 'tTry to reach the roses even if the thorns hurt you." X CARLOS ALMEIDA "Carly" wants to live on an uncharted island with Playboy bunnies. Hates to work, loves to build bikes. Future drafts- man who's lazy and has sad sense of humor. Mr. Millette OK and Mr. DeSilva provided much hilarity. Pool was a good place. "Slime this!" JOSE ALVAREZ "Ho-Ho" heading for Marines. Ambition to own an auto body shop. Passes time with girls, basketball, swim- ming, and baseball. Happiest with Julie Fields. Favorite say- ing: t'What's up man'?" Never forget when front wheel came off his bike. Great parents for their understanding kindness. Would love to see Hawaii. Nice smile. K' V. gg 'R A A ti. :P ' L ,s , Q f gg' MARIA H. ALVES "Lynn" will be secretary. Hobbies were movies, playing soccer, etc. Serene with Tony around, especially at beach. NBH guys and teachers OK but not food! Portuguese class a riot. Blue Cafeteria a refuge. Likes to help people and always have friends around. To work. , 4 ' ' - Iii' MANUEL G. AMARAL "Beam" to become rich and travel the world. Likes draw- ing and reading business books. Would like to visit Austria. Remembers parents for trying to do their best. Mr. Walsh's class was the tops. "Life's beautiful for the rich!" KEITH AMORIN NBHS's lit trumpet player! Music Dept.'s his second home because you're a per- son there. Sad when he has no Sat. date. A Chuck Man- gione freak who savors "Give It All You've Got." Marching wrong way at half-time a sear- ing memory. British Columbia draws him. College in mind. Will live to Iife's fullest extent. ADELINEAMARAL "Addy" wants to travel, get into business field. Likes to draw, being with Pete. Green eyes, smile and personality are her trademarks. Mr. Bis- cari's homeroom was a riot. In favor of Accounting I and bowling at NBH, but deplores homework! Will probably go to business school, marry young. "Right!" Hi-e14Qr MARIA C. AMARAL "Connie" Future Secretary. Loves to listen to radio and other people's problems. Has quick temper but ability to help children. Detested NBH corridor shoving but adored math with Mr. Letendre and Sr. Lounge. Wants to see the world, starting with Las Vegas. To work. "Yeah, right." SUSAN AMORIN "Sue" is short-tempered day- dreamer. Chuckles in Mr. Kel- ly's English. A radio fan. Can't put up with snobs or home- work. Devastated when dear ones are sad. Next stop is col- lege. "Live life to the fullest." K Ri 1' il M. wr ti a ffl-tt' it vi CHARLENEAMARAL "Shelbee" is on her way to college to become a special ed. teacher. Had lots of good times with KR, AN, GE, TE. Didn't care for cheerleaders and jocks, Hopes to have a great career and husband. Will always remember par- ents for being there. "Live it to the fullest." "Don't get mad! Get even!" no MARIA D. AMARAL Maria's failure is to under- stand other people. Wants to visit Brazil. She loved the soc- cer players. Algebra I was the best because of the funniest boys in that class. "Think well of others and they'll think well of you." HELEN ANDRADE To be nursery school teacher. Happiest when summer comes for she loves the beach. Also a soccer specta- tor. Child Care and the nurs- ery appealed. Always laugh- ing, Helen has a weakness for guys with nice eyes. Could not stand boring studies. Sin- cerely wishes everyone would live and let others live peace- fully. HELENA AMARAL "Lena" spends spare time dancing, swimming, playing badminton, table tennis. Requires neatness and organization. Portuguese classes best because she knew everyone. ls good at helping people, as her par- ents helped her. Means to be social worker, happy and suc- cessful in life. "Well!" ROBERT AMARAL MARIA ANDRADE I 'V LOUISA AMARAL "Louisa" heads for Johnson and Wales. Hates snobs. Fault is her quietness. Favor- ite TV show: "Saturday Night Live." Her actor: Ryan O'Neal. The group: Rolling Stones. Enjoys being a sen- ior. Her fantasy is to one day see Paris. 1. AMY AMARO Likes to sing and pray. Happy in church and with Sonia. Appreciated sports, music, English, Teen Culture and Mrs. Kallevik. After a visit to Puerto Rico, will attend col- lege. NILDO ANDRADE "Neil" aims to be fit com- puter engineer. Loves to take pictures: hates two-faced people. Dreams of owning best sports cars in world with fine ladies in all of them! Seen around the gym or in Ware- ham. Would like to see Cape Verde, land of his birth. Next stop: college. TERESA ANDRADE "Terrie" Goal, to make some- one very happy. Snobs are her pet peeve. Loves saying, "lt's not funny." Enjoys times with Bob. Favorite class: JROTC. Remembers spilling milk in the cafe. Hates having to have yellow slips. Loves Billy Joel, Paul McCartney, Wings. Thanks parents for love. "Live long and be happy-" ak KATHLEEN ANTHONY "Kathy" is a future nurse or pharmacist. Had fun on year- book staff but loathed studies and G-lunch. A procrastinator who would some day like to visit Paris. Mr. Kobza and Mr. Longo were favorites. "What'?" College in her future. RHONDA ARONBERG "Rhondue" Ambition is to get rich. Passes time going out to eat with Cindy, Lori, Noted for her mouth. Outstanding qual- ity is acting crazy. Hates get- ting up early. Remembers parents trying to bring her up right. Fantasy: to marry into money. Love to go to Califor- nia. "To each his own and live for the day." 60 .j ,, TRACEY ANDRADE "Tigger" passes time by sing- ing, drawing, writing letters jRight, Ray?j Favorite saying: "Kiss my grits." Enjoys G- lunch. Noted for green eyes. Goal to either become a flor- ist, model or interior decora- tor. Remembers parents' love, encouragement and generosity. Happiness is a big tigger. tl think Sugar Ray is adorablelj SUSAN ANTONIETTA "Sue" To be inhalation thera- pist. Horseback rider. Pro guitarist? Dropping plate in cafeteria exciting. Detested studies and punky freshmen. Adored Science and Mr. Kobza. A bookstore devotee. Regrets her complaining. Motto: "Take it slow and easy." College in mind. KAREN ARRUDA "Blue Eyes" heading for Bridgewater State. Goal to work with kids. Enjoys rollers- kating and dancing. Happiest with Dave. Noted for her red hair. Remembers walking into boys' gym. Favorite class: English and math. Loves Erik Estrada! Like to see London. Life shouldn't be rushed because it's too short. FERNANDO ANDRE "Fred" Ambition to become a carpenter. Leisure is cruising, Happiest with Filomena. Liked English class. Recalls parents kidding around with each other. Noted for being quiet. Seen at dance clubs. Says he is quietly loyal. Woods class and girls out- standing at NBH. His philoso- phy is to"Live itup." JEFFREY ANUSZCZYK MARIA ARRU DA Desires to be successful in life. Loves being with Manny and spending money. Sad- dest when things are going wrong. "lsn't that cute." Would like to visit Hawaii and enjoy life. Noted for being late. Never forget losing bath- ing suit top! Mr. Lanouette's was fun class. On to beauti- cian's school for Maria. tml ROBERT ANDREWS "Bob" will become astronaut or computer programmer. Likes swimming, tennis, jog- ging, photography. Approved NBH physical plant, computer courses, math and Mrs. Keightley. Deplores his over- eating and fears future fat- ness. Voracious reader. Prob- ably to Air Force, then col- lege. l . , ,f . mf' rr' l CHERYL ARAUJO "Sheree" would adore being a model. Happy with basket- ball, music, dancing. Has long fingers, nice smile, cocky mouth lshe saysl. A closet vocalist. Approved Teen Cul- ture, Mr. Hamlet and lunch. Billy Gooden threw her into garbage can! Respects par- ents for making her what she is. To California. PATTI ARRUDA "Pat" would like to work with children. Enjoys time spent with Tony and would like to see Florida. Can be found at Buttonwood Park. "I doubt it." Will remember time par- ents devoted to her. Would like to be rich and travel. Mrs. Chooporian was tops. Most noted for smile, College bound. "Live each day to the fullest." SUSAN ANDREWS "Sue" wants to be an airline stewardess. into weightlifting and basketball. Says she is loud and repeats herself. Fun with Mrs. Gillum but top choice is Mrs. Conward. United Front is her magnet. Thinks everyone should have respect and understanding from one another. Probably going into the Air Force. JOHN ARAUJO NORMA AUDET L CHARLAUDETTE "Chucky" would love to be a flight attendant. Delighted when singing or talking. A great babysitter who indulges in sick jokes. Seen at Lem's or in the D-Block. Chemistry and journalism were her fave classes and a trip to Bahamas would be a dream come true. "lt's not worth it." if fx J 4 ix, ' Yr STEPHEN J. AUGER "OJ" goes for sports. Happi- est in the cabin on weekends. Everyone in school was liked. Being with parents on trips was tops. Bryan's flat tire knocked him out. Most likely to tour Scotland. Mr. Walsh made English interesting. To college and then to become a millionaire. TERESA AVELAR "Terry" A beach person who aims to travel the world. Swimming, tennis, biking her things. Fond of Ms. Leal ther jokesl, Mrs. Rutkowitz, Mrs. Lagasse. Senior Lounge really rated. Means to be a good worker at whatever she does, and to have a happy life. Will see Hawaii. "Fteally." MICHELLE BARBOZA "Mickey" to be a fashion designer. Happiest with Dwayne. Loves dancing, karate, eating. Worst fault is BACKTALKING, but claims she is kind and considerate. Falling down the stairs was hysterical. Noted for fat cheeks, shortness and always laughing. Black History and Photography starred. "Really!" few VALERIE AVYLLA PATRICIA BARBOZA ,umm DANIEL AUGUSTO Can be found in Blue House with friends. Savors ice hockey, rollerskating and hunting. Loathed homework, loved gym. Secret wish: to become a rock star. One day will see the sands of Ber- muda. "A word to the wise, rock 'n' roll." MANUEL BAGACO "Baby Huey" Goal to become an Air Force officer. lnveter- ate partyer. Enjoys company of Christina. Habitue of Devalles School yard. Liked female population in school but not snobs. History was valid and Mr. Goodfellow out- standing. "Live today but do not forget about tomorrow." To college. "Whatever turns you on." ,rx JACQUELINE BARRIEAU Future in dental hygiene. Loves to party with Kenny and other friends. Fantasy is to go skydiving. Getting up in the a.m. is a drag and so is a ton of homework. lrked by those who think they're spe- cial. Headed for BCC, then England. DIANE AUG USTO Desires to be a teacher. Likes listening to music and fanta- sizes being rich and famous. Can be found in Green Cat. or at Brooklawn Park. Best noted for personality and friendliness. Despised quiet study halls. Mr. Kelly and Ms. Leal were really with it. Future plans: to attend college. "Live life to the fullest." "Swine!" CYNTHIA BAILEY "Tissy," who wants to go into Special Ed., loves dancing, marching in parades. Worst fault is walking "pigeontoed." Will win lottery, buy 7 Cor- vettes. Grateful her mother was always there when needed. Teen Culture, Mr. Longo, Ms. Allen were the best. Fond of the Commo- dores. To work with retarded children. nm 4191 JOAOUIM BARROS "Jack" hopes to become rich and successful. Thoroughly enjoys being with Lisa. Can be found hanging out at Lisa's house. His worst fault is thinking he has no faults! Will undoubtedly be a millionaire. MARIA AVELAR "Estela" will be attending a business school. Would like to travel around the world. Tennis, swimming are her favorites. Mr. Keith's biology was remarkable. Glad for the times with Diana and Amelia. ls grateful to parents for being there when she needed them. "Fleally!" tif. 6 , MARIA BARBOSA "Fatinha" heading for work. Enjoys dancing. Hates being alone. Likes company of Amelia M. Peixoto. Favorite subject is history. Loves Rex Smith, Donna Summers and Pink Floyd. Will always value parents' love. Fantasy is to get married some day. Aches to see Bermuda. SPENCER BARROS "Smooth" aims to be a law- yer. Secretly wants to dance on Broadway. Savored sports rallies, basketball, football and cheerleaders. Mr. Longo and psychology cheered him up. Will always remember wearing ripped shorts at track meet. Off to Boston College. "Live life to the fullest." SUSANA BARROS Susana heading for work. Hates snobs, Passes time lis- tening to music and reading. Loves times with Todd. Noted for smiling. Fate: career, mar- riage, and having a family. Hangup: hates being teased by Todd all the time. Would like to see Bermuda. Cher- ishes parental love. Find her at the Mall. CINDY BATES "Cindy-Lou-who" wants to be a fashion designer. Wishes to travel cross country in a Win- nebago. Getting tipped out of her desk and having it on top of her was embarrassing! Noted for having change scattered on the floor of car. "Whatever," To fashion mer- chandising college. BARBARA BEEHAN "B" Future secretary. Passes the time by playing tennis. Enjoys the company of Michael. Noted for her facial expressions. Favorite subject is Business. Heading for Kinyon-Campbell Business School. Always remember parents' understanding. 62 n , ,. TEBESA BARROW MATTHEW BAULIER Ambition is to become a com- puter programmer. Skiing, camping, going to concerts fill his time. Regrets planning too many things at once. Likes Lori's com an most Ownin , I j D ,Y - I 9 a civic center is a secret wish. Happy for parents' support. There's a '62 Vette in his future. College bound. "Take it as it comes." If JAMES BELLIVEAU "Jimbone" Simply wants to be happy with himself. Likes hanging around in the Music Department. Loved playing in "The Wiz" and concerts. The band people were great. Mr. Keith was super. I ff. 4 ELIZABETH A. BARTON "Liz" is off to college for pediatric nursing. ls happiest when on vacation. lrked by being stuck indoors, term papers, crowded NBH hall- ways. Her relaxations are swimming and bike riding. Falling down a bustling stair- case was an agonizing experi- ence. Will travel around the world. MICHAEL BAYLIES "Beetle" Distinguished by his good looks and absorption in the opposite sex. Collecting daggers and comic books are hobbies. Insanity is his dis- tinction. Disco's detestable. Found sanctuary in Reading and Ref. Rooms. Admlrer of Bo Derek, Mr. Biscari, Jack London and OrweII's "1984." "Eat, drink, be merry, tomor- row. . DINA BELMIRO DENISE BASTOS "Kitty" Goal: Become profes- sional singer. Passes time water-skiing, back-packing. Heading for Atlantic Union College. Most noted for her walk and voice. Hangs out at the Mills. Remembers when her skirt blew up in the air during a performance! Music Dept. is her ffl place. "Live life to the fullest." ff. JOH N BEAUBEGARD "Boris" rnost noted for his sense of humor and getting along with people. Thought Mr. Roscow and Mr. Longo were the greatest. Can be found either at D-Block or Buttonwood Park. "Don't let life get you down." NOFIMAND J, BEFIGEBON, JR. "Gusty" Heading for Worces- ter Polytechnic to study nuclear engineering. Relaxes by playing guitar. Happiest jamming with group. Hangs down Buttonwood Park. Favorite class, chemistry. Would like to visit Egypt. Secret wish to be a musician. "Life is to be lived and enjoyed." SHELLY BATEMEN CONSTANCE BEBIS "Connie" Loves being with her friends, playing the violin, talking on the phone. Enjoyed Mr. Goodfellow and Mr. Cli- ver the most. Will always remember her parents and brothers for their love and concern. Most noted for being Greek and wishes to visit Greece again. NBHS and GOYA are ffl! Off to college. "l'm psychedl" JEANNINE BESSETTE Wishes to be wealthy and travel around the world. Ski- ing's her kind of sport. Can't stand guys who cross their legs. Grateful for great par- ents. Making people laugh is her pleasure. Found Mrs. Ayotte to be very helpful. Plans a So. Carolina trip after graduation. 'ITake it easy!" LAURIE BLAISE Laurie is college bound to become a RN. Would like to visit Paris. Can be found hanging around at the pool. Will never forget times in Fal- mouth with LS. Mr. Leten- dre's class was super! A thin one. Believes there is a pot of gold at the end of every rain- bow. ADELINO BORGES MONIQUE BOURGEOIS "Mo" will be on her way to college. Enjoys swimming, tennis, traveling. Getting arm broken in Mr. Kobza's Chem. class was extraordinary. Secretly wishes to own Walt Disneyworld. ls most content when under palm trees in Naples. Mr. Motta's USH class was a riot. Can be found at Yvette's. Quebec, M 'n' M's! - in PAMELA BLAKE "Pammy" would like to be a computer operator, veterina- rian or famous dancer! Screams when she laughs. Sad when can't keep kitten she finds. Oh, that concert when she was only one bum- med up! Adored gym and Ms. Caton, also long lunch shift. Loved to joke around and act crazy. Says parents let her be ree. .1-is DENISE BOTELHO MICHAEL BRADSHAW "Brad" enjoys Donna's com- pany or being out with the crew. NBHS football and baseball were tops, Thanks parents for caring and under- standing. Hitting a parked car was most agonizing. Will recall Mr. Medeiros' Port. with Ed. Can be found at But- tonwood or at the Mills. "Aaa- ahh!" "Where's the cheese?" NADINE BLANCHETT "Blanch", who wants to be an airline stewardess, despises yellow cards. Enjoys being with JPC. Likes being in Mr. Mac's office. Remembers parents were always right fdarn itlj. Funniest is when she passed Biology. Over- conscious of time. Wants to tour all over Europe. Mr. Brum was the best. "Hang it up!" Bridgewater. GRACE M. BOTELHO Would adore working with children. Makes friends very easily but only truly happy with John. Mrs. Mello was a great comfort to her when needed. Says she is short- tempered but good-looking! Wants to meet all sorts of people, get married, have children. WAYNE BRALEWSKI A future soldier who likes to hang at the Park. Wayne enjoys working on farms. Also likes the people that work in NBHS. Will always remember Math class. Ambition to be a short order cook. Thanks par- ents for all their help. Army may be his destination. 1' ANDREW BOISVERT "Guiseppe" enjoys soloing on guitar and playing on stage. Liked the musicals and other outlets for talent at NBHS. Found Mr. Biscari and Mr. Goodfellow rather amusing. His mustache and bad temper are his trademarks. Pro musi- cian? Would adore seeing California. "Life is like a fan .. To college. DENISE M. BOUCH ER "Dee" proposes to get what she wants out of life. Mean- while, she's busy skiing, dat- ing, singing, doing needle- point. 'Twould be wonderful to be a pro singer. Gym and English with Mr. Pepin were rare treats. College beckons with more skiing, skiing, ski- ing! RUI BRANCO Rui's favorite pastime is sports. Wants to visit Paris one day. History was the best. Pool and table tennis were good in gym. "Animal House" was funny. Will remember parents for everything. ANN BONVILLE "Ann B." is going for secre- tary. Into horseback riding, partying, stenography and her black VW. Glad about the open quality of Teen Culture and Mr. Lanouette's teaching. Squirmed at Mr. Longo's teasing. To Kinyon-Campbell, then Hawaii, then the world! HENRI BOURASSA "Hank" A trade school is in his future. Weightlifting and pool were so well liked during NBHS. Often seen at Hazel- wood. Hitting his house with the car incredible! Com- mends Auto Body class, Mr. Lombardo, Business Law and crazy John Stone. Will be rich and the worId's strongest arm wrestler. 4 6 X JOSEPH BRANQUINHO "Seven-Footer" heading for college to major in computer science. Hobbies: girl watch- ing, and partying. Pet peeve: term papers. Noted for his height. Favorite subject: American History. Enjoyed chemistry and friends he made at NBHS. Thanks par- ents for help. "Life has its ups and downs." 63 BERNICE BRENNAN "Berna" plans to go every- where after graduation. Enjoys being with Dan'l. Secret wish is to live on a deserted island with Lindsey Buckingham. Likes to party and listen to J. Geils. "lf you don't know where you're going, you'll probably end up somewhere else!" JENNIFER BRITTO Ambition's to be an actress and writer. Frustrated when unable to express herself. Loves to draw. Astronomy was a terrific subject. Fresh- men annoyed her. Dreams of living in Rocky Mts. Noted for daydreaming in class. "Catch you later." LOUISE CABRAL "Weez" hopes to succeed in the field of fashion. Enjoys swimming, drawing. Secret wish is to sail around the world with the one she loves. Thanks parents for love and understanding. Would like to visit Switzerland and own a Mercedes Sports. "Live each day as though it were your last." To college. 64 MILDRED BRETAL To be a medical assistant. Deplores interference in oth- ers' lives. Wishes to marry David, have love, peace and happiness. Admired Mrs. Walker and valued Shorthand class. Appreciative of par- ents' love and kindness. Hawaii's in the future, and so's a Thunderbird. "Bimbo." LARRY BRITTO "Orwell" heading for Johnson and Wales: would like to get into food management, Noted for being short. Verdelle is best company. It was a trip in Mr. Biscari's homeroom. Secret wish to get married in seven years and live in the country. Remembers parents' understanding. "Only you make the future work for you." MARY JANE CABRAL "M.J." Mary Jane enjoys being with her good friends. ls known for talking on the phone for hours. Thanks dad for all his patience and help with her homework. Really likes Mrs. Hassey and Big Macs. 'Wm ANTHONY BRITO "Ant," who hangs out in Blue House, enjoys playing sports. Parents gave him love and everything they could. Going into Blue House girls' room was embarrassing. Mr. Edmundson was invaluable. See Ant in Buttonwood Park. -s -is .. . A wax i rii A DUANE BROWN "Bird" aims to be a biologist. Passes time swimming. Hates snobs. Criticizing's a failing. Favorite exclamation: "You ignorant swine." Enjoyed being on Swim Team. Hates term papers during Christ- mas. Fond of song, "Always and Forever." Will remember Mom's understanding. Love to visit Australia. MAUREEN CABRAL "Moe" is into mini golf and bowling. Thought Mr. Roscow in chem.-physics was terrific because he got along with everyone. Unhappy Moe when she can't be out with Caesar, whom she hopes to marry and live happily ever after. Panther's Club was pre- ferred place. Headed for a good job next and to see Flo- rida. E ef. CARLOS BRITO DELORES BRUM "Brum" loved homeroom and Mr. Biscari's jokes. Also admired Mr. Soares and Biol- ogy. Wants to express her deepest gratitude to her brother for all the help he gave her. Relates to "Colour My World" and the Commo- dores. Means to get married and be happy. "Yowsa!" SHARYN CABRAL "Sha-Sha" heading for the Air Force. Noted for loud laugh. Enjoys company of Jackie, Joanna. Wants to see Atlantic City. Secret wish is to marry David. Hates rock 'n' roll. Fond of basketball, Food Service and Mr. Harriman. Kim and Dean complete her inner circle. Means to own a Mercedes some day. "Shamel" -S DORINE BRITTO "Cupcakes" heading to John- son and Wales. Goal: to be successful. Enjoys the com- pany of Russell. Noted for quietness. Embarrassed when couldn't find classroom. Would love to visit Hawaii. Shorthand was fun with won- derful Mrs. Walker. Thanks parents for understanding. "Live one day at a time." DENISE BULGAR "Wing-Wong" enjoys swim- ming. Her probable fate would be to go into the Air Force. Hangs at Westlawn Courts. She will remember falling in front of Tan House. Would like to see Los Ange- les. Favorite class: C.P.R. Best teacher was Ms. Allen. A junk food junkie. DOROTHY CALNAN "Dot" enjoyed cheering for NBHS. Happiest with friends: saddest when weekends are over. "What's up!" Mrs. Par- ker's geometry class was wild. Secret wish: to be rich. Child Care was fun. "Take each day as it comes." Bridgewater next. DAVID CALVIN Will be attending the US Coast Guard Academy to become an officer. Gets into camping and math. Has the dream of exploring space! ls known for being patient and hard working. Enjoyed work- ing in Gold House Office. ls grateful for parents' concern. To visit Hawaii would be superb. "So kill me!" MICHAEL CANERY "Birdman" headed for Air Force. Enjoys football, paint- ing, lifting weights. Loves the company of Belinda. Remem- bers dropping lunch tray in front of everyone. Likes say- ing, "Ya, buddy." Fantasy to play pro football. Hang down UF. Would love to see Rome and Japan. Thanks parents for their love. "Live one day at atime." T? ANNE CARREIRO ls on her way to college to become a registered nurse. Enjoys skating, tennis, jog- ging. ls known for talking con- stantly. Would love to meet Ron Wood of the Rolling Stones. Can't stand being mistaken for Nicole. Mr. Bis- cari's French class was superb. "Oh, shoot!" Find her at Me 'n' Ed's. DEBRA CAMACHO "Debi" to be rich and own a Corvette. ls happiest with the "gang." Hangout: J and T's. Mr. Vaz's class was the best because of friend, Gary. Plans to go to college. Noted for shortness, but wishes to be tall. "None of that business!" DONNA CARDOZA Future secretary who enjoys sleeping, driving, and watch- ing soap operas. Loathed homework but loved leaving school. Bad temper is worst fault. Would one day like to see Hawaii. Enjoys being with Romeo. Can be found at New Bedford House of Pizza. "You only live once!" On to college. faq lil g . Ska . ROBERTO CARREIRO "Bobby" aims to become a pro soccer player. Detested homework and termpapers. Hangs out East Beach and Brooklawn Park. Desires to visit Rome. Parents' love and understanding valued. Get- ting up on Monday mornings was the pits. Secretly wishes to become a millionaire. Hoo- ray for NBH girls! To UMass or W.Va.U. WANDA I. CAMACHO "Nuny," who just wants to travel all over, is known for expressing her thoughts. Contented with Rolando. Remembers Mom's love and devotion. Opening the door at Cinema 140 and having the door's hinge fall was funny. She may be loud but she's sincere! Will work hard to get all she wants. Acapulco beck- ons. CHERYL CARON Cheryl is happiest when she is with John. She will remember her parents for being under- standing and kind. Would like to see Hawaii. Really! Favored Mr. Letendre's class. Take one day at a time. VIC CARREIRO "Stick" wants to discover gold. Sold on partying with friends and family. Hangout is Brooklawn Park or Ver- mette's. Secret wish is to be a Porsche owner. Despises snobby people. Spends money like water. Really loathed that 7:30 bell. Proba- ble fate is death. "Do it up." CARLOS CAM BOIA RAYMOND CARPENTER '!Radar," who's going into broadcasting, likes hanging around the MASH gang. Secret wish: to become an anchorman on NBC Nightly News. Probable fate is to be a DJ on a one-watt radio sta- tion in Tiny-town, Alaska. Always forgets people's names. "Although sometimes it might be tough - grin and bear it!" To college. HIILI is ROY CASTRO Roy plans on becoming a pri- vate investigator. Shops were OK but teachers didn't thrill him at NBHS. Cafeteria made a good hangout. Secretly means to be a millionaire. Bermuda would be a pleasant haven. WCOZ and Audi Foxes rate with him. "Come on!" CELESTE CAN EIRA "Carly" would like to become an accountant in the future. Enjoys being with friends and her family. Despises stubborn people. Would like to seek fame and become fortunate. OK! Band was enjoyable. "Live it on." SUSAN CARR "Subaru" SMU is her destina- tion to become a nurse practi- tioner. Gets into shopping and partying! ls known for carrying lots of books. To be rnarooned on an island with Burt R. and Robert R. would be ideal! Loved school spirit of students, faculty. Brook- lawn Park, Clark St. great hangouts. "Thank God it's Friday!" LINDA CATULO "Lynn" aims to become a nurse. Likes playing pinball and partying. Dimples and fingernails are her distin- guishing marks. Can be seen at Brooklawn with friends. Parents much appreciated. Mr. Kobza made chemistry a ball. Wants to see Waikiki Beach. To college. "l'm only kidding." CAROL CHANDLER "Ug" relates to the field of nursing. Can be found at the Creamery. Did not care for snoops or jocks or NBH administrators. However, appreciated Child Care, Mrs. Chooporian and Mr. Silva. Known for telling people what she thinks. College follows. "Go for it." DONNA CLARK "Donna" heading to college. Hates the frizzies. Happiest when with Scott. Known for perpetually chewing gum. Gets absorbed watching "General Hospital." Her male singer is Jackson Browne and her group, Super Tramp. Dreams of owning a Mer- cedes. Like to see ireland. Philosophy of life: "To each his own." BRIAN CHASE Brian relates to parties and listening to rock and roll. Can always be found in the park- ing lot or Acushnet Ave.. Admires parents for their patience. Savored field trips to Boston and going out for lunch. Detention and home- work were a drag. Aims to cook the world's greatest munchies. A desk writer. RAUL CLEMENTINO "Wally" to become the great- est soccer player. Hates peo- ple pulling his hair. Wants to see blue Hawaii. Hangs around Blue House Caf. or Belleville Rd. Gym's his favor- ite because of all his friends. Telling jokes is his claim to fame. "Live it up while you're young." Navy is the next thing. slfs I 1 A DENISE M. CLOUTIER "Bird" will attend college to become a medical technolo- gist. Drawing, canoeing relax her. Can't take those who do not use turn signals. Best in Mr. Ed's class testing for witches. Will miss friends, football, Mr. Roscow, biology. Won't miss crowded halls. "Be serious." 66 RON CLOUTIER, JR. "Rocky" Doing mechanical work is very enjoyable. Disco is the pits. Would like to see Florida one day. Listening to WAAF and the Eagles is all right. Approved of Mr. Foster and US History. 'tDon't worry about it." JOAN CHAUSSE Joannie's plan is to be a nurse so she's going to col- lege. Was glad to be a NBHS cheerleader. Expresses appreciation for parental patience and understanding. YN nw I Fl I VIRGINIA CLEMENTINO "Ginny" would like to work with children in the future. She enjoys making friends, listening to music and danc- ing. Hates swearing. Would love to meet the Commo- dores and also visit Brazil. Live life to the fullest. BETTY COELHO Betty would like to enter the field of management. Secretly desires to marry. Will always recall her parents' great understanding. Locate her in Gold Cafe. Seeing Paris is a must. Trademarked by her smile. Deplores conceited people. To SMU. TED CHRISTIAN "Theo" Ambition to be a civil rights leader. His hangout is in the United Front Homes. He is noted for being "the fool of the year." Secret wish to be a comedian and actor. He is gladdest when others are happy. Found Black History worthwhile. Thanks parents for their love. "Life is to live, not without enjoyment, tho'." MAUREEN CLEMENTS Maureen is happiest when things are going her way. She relishes being a cheerleader at NBHS. Was noted for wearing cowboy boots. Would like to be a beach bum in California. Known best for talking in circles. DIANE CLARK "Didi" to be a secretary. ls noted for her smile. Jealousy is her worst fault. Talking to walls is her pet peeve. Trip- ping up the stairs was totally embarrassing. Always noted for her parrots. Constant hair drying is her hangup. "Life is too short to be fighting!" Wants to stay with David and work for big business. SCOTT CLIFF Happiest when running track. Wishes to go to Alaska with Donna. Worst fault is making fun of everybody. Values parental support at track meets. Chem. class fun due to lab partners. Aims to be rich, happy, have his own car. Ski- ing a great pastime. "Watch out for strange people behind you." di 5339 'I' -. 5. as F. K si I SUSAN COLLET "Sue" is bothered by people who are not prompt. Gymnas- tics, skiing and partying are favored. Chemistry with Mr. Kobza took the cake. Would love to ski. Glad when week- ends arrive. Can be seen at Hazelwood. Headed for col- lege. KATHLEEN COM EAU "Kathy" says she is extremely talkative with those she likes. Fast-tempered but likes to help the needy. Declares NBH guidance counselors really helpful but attendance waiv- ers a real pain. History and Mr. Pepin OK. Not sure where she is headed but means to live each day to its fullest. 5 xt 'It - 9.8 E! JOHN CONCAISON John plans a future in writing. Enjoys karate and shooting. Would like to visit the Cape Verde Islands. Parents' guid- ance and caring appreciated. Noted for not knowing what to say or do. "HeIIo'?'??" "lt's never too early to be too late." College bound. ELIZABETH CORNELL "Liz" means to be secretary. Camping, bowling, reading are her things. Quiet girl with good personality who dreams of marriage, kids, life in Cali- fornia. Disapproves criticizing people behind their backs. English with Mr. Kelly was fun as well as learning. Advises enjoying life while young: it won't last. ROBIN CORREIA "Rob" will be attending col- lege. Skiing and playing llute are satisfying. Always recall friends: Doreen, Kellie, Char, Julia and Terrie. Wants to sun herself in Miami, Fla. NBHS band was super tops. "Remember yesterday, dream of tomorrow, but live today." ARNOLD CONDE Arnold wants to become rich and is saddest when he is out of gas. Enjoyed Mr. Goodfel- Iow's class and hanging out at Buttonwood Park. J. Geils Band is super good. "Enjoy yourself while you still can." F I DAIMARA M. CORREA "Dee" wishes to get a com- puter science degree and would like to get it from Fram- ingham. Greece would be an exciting place to visit. The loy- alty and love of her parents were incredible. Sitting at the wrong table in a night club was a trip. "Live each day like it was your last." ROBYN COSME To be computer processor. Enjoys dancing, singing and painting. Says teachers were helpful at NBH. Hopes to be wealthy and travel to the Cape Verde Islands. Parents were so understanding. Warm personality. Will be going into business school. LISA GAYLE CONNULTY Lisa is college oriented. She's into tennis and savors time spent with Joe. Would like to visit any desert isle for a month. Noted for her funny personality and constantly laughing. Can be located at Buttonwood tennis courts. Detests testing. Never forget Connulty's Midnight Taxi Service. "ThreeI" FRANCISCO CORREIA "Frank" is on his way into the Air Force. Would like to become rich. Being with Sue, Rick, Deb, etc. is lots of fun. Is known for having a beard. Parisian holiday beckons. Dunbar is a group spot. Can't stand NBH freshmen. B52's and Zeppelin are IT. "Live and let live." YP' ANA P. COSTA "Rosy Cheeks" Goal to help out deaf children. Will enroll at BCC. Loves Joe's com- pany. Enjoys math class. Was always known for her long nails, shyness, stubbornness. Amused by jokes in Mr. Bis- cari's room. Loved many courses at NBH, hated gym and 5-minute passing. Relaxes reading and crochet- ing. "1."-P MICHAEL CONSTANT "Lefty" has the bowling approach, enjoys being with Sue. Parents always there when needed, Excruciating when cafeteria chair jumped out and tripped her. Class with Mr. Goodfellow was a vir- tual riot. Lurks near computer room. College is next goal. "Mani" KIM CORREIA Kim will never forget her par- ents' patience and help. Wishes to see Hawaii with Mike, whose company she relishes. Fond of typing and known for being late. Having her own Camaro would turn heron. PATRICK COTE "Pat" says he wants to be brain surgeon and surf Hawaii. Going to fancy res- taurant with no shoes was dif- ferent. Being with Liz helps. Mr. Doyle's English was far out. Says his chief fauIt's pro- crastination. Could also head large corp. or be nuclear physicist. MARK CORMIER To become a CPA is his aim. Would like to go to England. Secret wish is to become president of U.S. Parents showed him love and caring. Hated early school and late busses. Always ready to help a buddy in trouble. impressed by Mrs. West's Accounting. To SMU. PAMELA CORREIA Pam's ambition is to be a dental hygienist. ls happiest with Michael and friends. Favors skiing and swimming. Hawaii's a future vacation. ls grateful for parents' loving care. Will not forget good times at NBH, especially Mr. GoodfeIlow's class. "So cute." STACEY COUCCI To become a fashion mer- chandiser. Despises plastic people. Most content with Dante. Glad she was a cheer- leader for NBH. Remembers parents' loving support. Monique was always there to help. "lt's a beautiful day in the neighborhood." Grateful to D. for showing her the way. ANA MARIA COUTO "Banana" Modeling is her goal. Enjoys lunch in Blue House for friendly people. History was laughter-provok- ing with a funny teacher. Ana believes that we are all here to survive and life is much too beautiful to make war. We should all unite to make life better for one another. JON CROWELL Jon's headed for BCC to study law enforcement. Enjoyed playing football and times with Shari. Saddest when NE Patriots lose. Can be located at the Gym. Mr. Goodfellow and Chemistry were untoppable. The tropics or mountains of Canada are his destiny. Neil Diamond fan. GEORGE COUTO Would like to become a phar- macist in the future. People who speak Eng. improperly irk him. Martha's Vineyard is a memorable hangout. Hopes to be happy, famous and own a fleet of Mustang convert- ibles! Visiting Cal. again would be great! "Sup?" li? SUSAN CROWTH ER Susan's ambition is to pursue a career in medicine. Loves are horseback riding and playing guitar. Mr. Langelotti and music are ffl. SMU? Will probably end up as lab tech- nician. TERESA DA COSTA "Classy Lady" Aim: Lab tech- nician. Enjoys the beach and tennis, Portuguese, teachers, guys at NBHS. Craves Chi- nese food. Friendliness out- standing. Off to college, mar- riage. Gum chewer who can't put up with conceited people, strict rules or being alone. College and marriage in her future. "Follow your dreams." 68 ig i PEDRlNA PAULA DA CRUZ "Pete" Ambition to be pres. of large corporation. Passes time doing arts and crafts. Happiest with Gus Da Costa. Noted for her squeaky voice. Hates snobs and those with nose trouble. Recalls moth- er's sense of humor and beautiful personality. Aims to see Greece and Scotland. "Why settle for second best: you can beth." KAREN COUTO College to become a nurse is Karen's future. Skiing, swim- ming, dancing all rate. Secret wish is to be a pro-dancer. Getting locked in at Fort Phoenix was hysterical. Foot- ball games were OK and so was Mr. Kobza. Aims to own a Vette and see Bermuda. i 6.- EILEEN CRUZ To be able to help people is Eileen's aim. Would like to visit China. Enjoys hanging around with Becky. Remem- bers parents for their caring. Band was the best because of the people. Worst fault is lack of self-confidence. "Life should be lived to its fullest each day as it comes." RALPH DAPONT EDMUND CRAIG "Eddie" can be found with "Fo" and the crew on week- ends. Secretly wishes to give coaches sprints. Will remem- ber parents not only for being great parents but also being friends. Worst fault was losing head at times. Dogging on Mr. Medeiros in Port. class with "Brad" was great. Off to col- lege. "Live fully, but live in reality!" A Q- JAMES CUSSON "Jim" Computer program- ming is in the future after col- lege. Bowling, chess and girls are enjoyable. Secretly wishes to make S25 per hr. Often seen hanging at the bowling alleys. Announce- ments on TV were the pits. ls known for forgetting people's names. Girls, computer were OK at NBHS. "Go to B-115!" LOIS CRAVEIRO Lois enjoys sewing and is happiest when is doing things with P.F. In the future she would like to visit Hawaii. "That really rots my socks!" Mr. Keith and Mr. Kobza were tops. College is next in life. MANUEL DA COSTA "Manny Terio" Ambition is to be a policeman. Happiest with Nela. Enjoys soccer and mov- ies. Detests gum chewers. Noted for looking like Denny Terio. Always working on cars. Sharp dresser. Thanks parents for their love. Would love to see Hawaii. Fantasy: get married to Nela. "You have short life, enjoy it while you can." CARLOS DA PONTE "Goal to become millionaire. Pastime is shooting pool. Socializes with good friends. Find him in NBH parking lot a lot. Fond of math. Raves about movie, "Caligula." Appreciated parents' sup- port. Wants to see sunny Bahamas. "Live and let live." CELIA DA SILVA "Sally" hopes to be interna- tional politician. Middle East or Greece? Satisfied walking on the beach. A classic dres- ser who raves about Chinese food. Nuts about Psychology. "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." To a university. "Yoo hoo!" FERNANDO DASILVA NELSON DE FRIAS "Nei" wants success and riches. Watching girls in front of auditorium was fun. Going to Hawaii. Pizza fanatic. Hopes to own TransAm. Praises Mr. Robbins' House Construction. Girls, lunch and gym interrupted the monot- ony. Possibly to college. "What'sup?" fi f L MICHAEL DEMERS "Hollywood" enjoys swim- ming, tennis, football, and being with friends. Despises term papers. Could be found Buttonwood Park playing ten- nis. Was content with the wide variety of subjects and good selection of sports at NBHS. lt's off to college to become a photographer. "Get the most out of life." MARIA DASILVA ls on her way to a business college. Enjoys riding around. Would like to become filthy rich! Always detested Monday mornings. Owning a Rene- gade Jeep would be super. Hopes to eventually move out of NB and get an office job. "Live each day at a time." ANN DEMANCHE "Red" enjoys partying, camp- ing, and taking trips. Having red hair is her trademark. Secret yen is to own her own mountain. Valued parents' love and understanding. Would like to see Europe. Mr. Pacheco and DE were 01. "Happiness is wanting what you have, not having what you want." Never forget Skip Days, snowballs, breakfast at T's LIGIA DE MORAIS Would like to pursue a career as a computer engineer after college. Would love to see England and Greece. Can't abide homework or getting up in the morning. Hopes there is wealth in her future. Ftelaxes with COZ and Cheap Trick. :QW MARY DAVIES Mary's ecstatic receiving reprehensible mail from her Russell. Wants to visit Nova Scotia. Secret wish is to live in a room with cracked walls and a bare light bulb. Walking into class with shirt unbut- toned was embarrassing. Life in a commune is her probable fate. Enjoys being with the "Droogs." "SpIunge!" LIBERIO DEMEDEIROS BRIAN DEMORANVILLE STEPHEN DECOSTA "Bear" hopes to be a suc- cessful businessman and see Europe. Can be found in Blue House, Guidance or on Grape St. Enjoyed football games and Drama Club plays most at NBHS. Loved Port. ll because of Mr. DaRosa's sense of humor. Off to SMU for Steve. .X 3 MARY DEMELLO Mary enjoys playing guitar and going to parties. Would like to visit California. In the future she plans to get a good job and to make a lot of money. Will always remember Mr. Kobza's Clinical Chemis- try class. Life is worth living. MARIA DE OLIVEIRA "Ginny" heading for college. Happy swimming, dancing and driving, also athletics at NBH. Skip Day in hospital! Approved of Psychology. Gigi is good company. Yearns to own a Mercedes sport car and tour Europe. Gratitude to parents for all they did. HTake life one day at a time." ANTONIO DECUNHA MARCIA DE MELO "Marshmallow" future model. Ambition to get rich. Enjoys company of John. Noted for her hair. Hangs at Me and Ed's. Hated freshmen at NBHS and conceited people. Fantasy: be happy, married. Thanks parents for their help. Had most fun in Portuguese. "Life is great: everyone should enjoy it as much as they can!" "RealIy!" ANA B. DE PINA "Djari" means to be police- woman. Content with Car- men. Likes to spend spare time at bath houses and meet new people. A bright smiler who has a yen to become a singer. ls headed for work and eventually a nice spouse. Mrs. Cohen and Mr. Burke admirable. CAN DIDA DE PINA "Candy" would like to become a pre-school teacher. Happy swimming, gymnastics and partying with friends. She will always remember her par- ents' love. Found at Mr. Fortes' office or Harborview. Means to travel to ends of earth. Admired Mr. Sykes and Black History. Known for giv- ing evil looks. YW? FATIMA DE TORRES Her goal is to become a suc- cess. Her green eyes are appealing. Would love to go back to Brazil and also see Hawaii. Enjoys staying home with her husband, watching soap operas and listening to music. Admirer of Mr. Vaz. "Same difference." WAYNE DICKINSON 70 EUGENIO DE PINA BRENDA DIAS "Bren" Goal: become an administrative assistant. Loves soaps and rollerskat- ing. Enjoys company of Rob, Randy and Mike. Favorite class: Shorthand. Seen most often at United Front basket- ball court. Recalls parents always being there when she needed them. "Life is to achieve the most you can." ,, DINARTE DO REGO "Dino" was humiliated when he walked into the girls' room. He was satisfied playing baseball for NBHS and loves to party. PAULINE DESAUTELS Loves to spend money. Thought Mrs. Hassey was excellent! Really fond of Michael's company. Can't stand conceited people. Means to see England after becoming rich. There's a Cor- vette in her future also. Life holds a career as a medical technologist. Probably to SMU. JOANA DIAS MANUEL P. DOS SANTOS "Road Runner" can always be found with Madalena. Peo- ple at NBHS were great. Secretly wants to become a soccer player and play for Liv- erpool. Glad he had his par- ents' guidance. Some day will tour Canada and Europe. His English accent gives him away. To work. JUDITH DE SOUSA "Judy" wants to be an accountant. Likes rollerskat- ing very much. To become successful and wealthy is her secret wish. Saddest when alone and everything goes wrong. College is her next step. Probable fate is to become a failure. "Live each day like it's your last." MARK A. DIAS "Marques" Goal to get a degree in computer technol- ogy. Likes playing basketball and spinning records. Aches to own a record store on the Vineyard. Peggy's good com- pany. Grateful for mother's guidance. Values Mr. Leten- dre and Mr. Roscow's teach- ing techniques. Unforgettable 1980 basketball season. "Gold makes the rules." NORMA JEAN DRAYTON "Drakes" is into gymnastics, partying and working with kids. Wants to see Puerto Rico. Enjoys being with AF, DW, LA, AR, RP, and PC. Really hopes to be a nursery teacher. Noted for her big mouth and falling in front of people. Loves parents for their love. "Save it." MARIA DE SOUZA "Wezy" would like to succeed in life and be famous. Next is work, then college. Cake in the face was a good laugh at lunch. Hopes to fly to Hawaii. Spends leisure swimming, bikeriding or just at the beach. Gym was fun with all her good friends. Really respected Mr. Gill. "What's up?" REBECCA DICKENS "Becks" likes to go cruising around with friends. Often in Dan's VW. Would like to tour California. To live on an island with Roger Daltry is her dream. Mrs. Snow's class was her choice because she was wild and crazy. "Party!" "lf you want something bad enough, work for it!" DOROTHY DUARTE EXPEDITO DUARTE "Espo" is college-bound. Mr. Silva was the champ. Espo's parents were most under- standing. Being with special people and friends is a must. Hobbies: soccer and sports. Future doctor? Can be located at Hazelwood Park. Hopes to swim from the beaches of Hawaii. SUZANNE DUPUIS GLENN ENOS MARIO DUARTE Can be found in Blue Cafe or at the PAAC. Happy when playing soccer or the guitar. Anticipates a trip to Paris or Hawaii. Will remember par- ents' love. Coming to school with an inside-out shirt on was hilarious. Enjoyed dis- secting animals in Bio. Ambi- tion is to become a business- man. "Shut up!" 1 JACQUELINE DURANT "Jackie" dreams of visiting Greece and travelling around the world. Can be found in the Core or Blue House. Enjoys watching soap operas. Wishes to become an execu- tive secretary. Mrs. Walker's class was the ultimate. Ability to get along with others but detests jive guys. . ILDA F. ESTRELA College is in the future. Would like to become a fashion designer. ls pleased watching soccer, being with Joe, and art. Will remember parents' work towards her future. Tan House was a favorite hang- out. Known for being friendly and hyperactive. "Live life today 'cause there might not be a tomorrow." MARY BETH DUGAN "Mary" Future model. Loves rock concerts. Happiest with Ricky. Loves saying, "Hey, what's up?" Would like to see Canada. Noted for her jokes. Enjoyed Astronomy. Wishes to stand under a waterfall and eat a York Peppermint Patty. Advises you to live your days to the fullest. I BELINDA ANN DUROCHER Means to be a secretary. Hobbies are roller skating and dancing. Turned off by chronic complainers. Lotsa laughs in Mr. Laflamme's class. Noted for getting her own way. Happy with Rick. Yearns to go skiing in Swiss Alps. Admired Ms. Allen. Headed for Kinyon-Campbell. .arf DIANE M. FARIAS "Di" to become a secretary from BCC. Content with Armand. Dreams of getting married and living a full, happy life. 20-day absences and lunch were the pits at NBHS. Could be found at Lum's and Green-Gold court- yard. "Life isn't a bowl of cherries so don't spit the pits at mel" KATHLEEN DUPRE "Jellybean" is happiest when it is payday and being with Tom. Will always remember her mother's coffee. Says she is too shy and shows naive generosity. Known for not smiling. Fond of football games. To SMU. A :'5"f. .. GREG EASTMAN "E" Goal: successful com- puter analyst. He is happiest with Yvonne. Noted for his shyness. Enjoys rallies and basketball but hates phonies. Hangs out at Monte's or UF. Fantasy: go to UCLA and hang around cheerleaders. Remember his shorts torn off at gym! Thanks mother for love and care. "Get most of life and be yourself." MARIA FARIAS "Conni" will be off to work after NBHS. Getting married and being a housewife will be her future. Being with Lee is pleasurable. Would like to see Paris. Could be seen around Blue House. ls noted for being short and friendly. Live life to the fullest. "Olha!" MICHAEL DUPUIS "Dupe" wishes to be a pro bowler. Really a bowling freak. Happy about the kids he met here, but otherwise can't wait to leave NBH. Geometry appealed because kids were wild! Mr. Goodfel- low made Chemistry fascinat- ing. Commends his parents for always supporting what he wanted to do. Aim: be suc- cessful. ' 1 ii , I TAMMIE J. EATON "TJ" wants to open her own nursery school. Liked being with CA, MU, MD, KR, KC, PV. Life at NBH was most enjoyable in Nurses' Aide course. Couldn't hack arro- gant freshmen. Famed for her stubbornness and outstand- ing personality. Appreciated the pool, Mr. Pepin and watching NBH guys. Immedi- ate future undecided. MARIA FARIAS "Gracie", who wants to be a hair stylist, is very softh- earted. Paris would be a glamorous trip. Happiest with John. Noted for her friendli- ness. Despises stuckup peo- ple. Teachers, short periods and gym were really the greatest, along with darling Mr. Pacheco in DE. College is her next step. 71 CALVERT FARNEY . J MARlA M. FERNANDES After NBHS work will be the future, hopefully becoming a secretary. Thinks England and France would be great to visit. Remembers parents best by their patience. Could be found hanging in parking lot and outside Blue House. Ms. Caton's class was lots of laughs! "Live each day to its fuIlest." LORI FARNEY ROSA FERNANDES Plans to be wed in Sept., 1981. Hopes to be the great- est working housewife ever! Loves to write poems and to have a lot of friends. Ms. Allen's Shorthand class was great. Would like to visit Italy one day. "Don't spend unhappy moments: life should be enjoyed to the fullest, it sometimes isn't long." "Oh, bird!" JAMES FELDMANN "Hippy" He's a good sales- man. Wishes to join the Hell's Angels Gang. Worst fault is not holding on to a job. Wants to visit California. Making it to the twelfth grade was funny. Military is the next step. Mr. Warren was the best because he was with it. A dirtbike and motorcross enthusiast! TH ERESA FERNANDEZ "Teri," whose ambition is to brighten the spirits of people through her work, is a big dreamer. Would like to visit Paris and Venice. Prejudiced people are not appreciated. Secret yen is become a Holly- wood star. Likes getting to know people through heart- to-heart talks. Adores big smiles and sparkling eyes. HARRIET FELLOURIS "Fifi," who wants to marry a tycoon and live in Italy, is hap- piest with Lenny. Plans to go to college. Mr. Letendre was the best. Noted for bad driv- ing. "FlNE!" ANTONIO FERNANDES "Tony" enjoys playing tennis and rollerskating. ls noted for his sense of humor and being a drum major. Can always be found at Hot Wheels and Tan Cafe. Study halls and home- work were unbearable. Would like to be successful engineer. Football games and Band will never be forgotten. "You only live once." DALILIA FERREIRA "Del" is off to college to become a RN. Enjoys tennis, working with elderly. Future millionaire? Yellow slips, absence excuses were a pain. Could be found hanging in Mr. Savage's office. Opportu- nity to meet so many people at NBHS was fine. Visiting Bermuda and Hawaii? "Calm down!" "Take one day at a time." RITA FERREIRA "Ritz" enjoys dancing and sports. Ambition to reach 5 feet 3 inches. Things remem- bered most about NBHS: lunch and friends. Would like to see Brazil. Found at the Mall or outside Gold. Colorful personality. Secretly wishes to become a famous model or dancer. Gym was favorite subject. On to SMU. "Take yourtime." SIDONIO FERRElRA "Sid" is college bound. To be one of the best pilots would be slick. Thanks parents for all the "carinho" they gave him. Enjoys movies, soccer, but can't stand rock-n-roll. Wishes to own his own plane. Mr. Ferreira and "Get Smart" is unforgettable. Proud to be Cape Verdean American. Wishes best of luck to seniors of "81!" VALERIE FERREIRA "Tattoo" To become a suc- cessful stockbroker. Enjoys J.A. and Dale Carnegie Course. Abhors jokes about short people tshe's onej. Admires Mr. Kobza and Mrs. Laflamme. Wants to see Wall St., N.Y. Finds Kermit the Frog an admirable actor. Heading for SMU and a degree in Business Manage- ment. Catch her in her VW! OLGA FERREIRA "Olgieta" is a future airline stewardess. Enjoys listening to music and reading. Resource centers and Senior Lounge were tops. Would some day like to visit France and Russia. Can be found at Cafe Europa with cousin Didi. Mr. Longo's Psychology class tip top! "Enjoy every moment of life!" TERESA FERRO "Shirley" Dreams of wealth. Noted for nonstop talking, being hyper, acting crazy. NBHS teachers and Unified Arts were aces. Will probably become a physical therapist and marry a doctor or lawyer. Has urge to meet Burt Fley- nolds and Robert Redford. Headed for B.U. "Lookin' good!" KAREN FICHTENMAYER "Fitch" Enjoys listening to music and being with special friends, especially Bob. Would like to visit Colorado and could always be found in the Band Room. t'Go Away!" Fantasy: to become a Kings kid. Stage crew, swimming and Mr. Charbonneau rated high for this crazy doll. Col- lege in mind. 2 SHERRI LINDA FINEBERG "Giggles" can be found at Buttonwood Park. Noted for long hair, giggles. Wants to be a famous probation offi- cer. Happiest with Scott, Lori, Sue. Secretly wishes to be Miss USA. Embarrassed when she laughed in a quiet study unexpectedly. A Mr. Keith fan. To college. "Alright!" Sr. Class Sec. LISA FONSECA "Lobster" is on her way to become a legal secretary from Johnson and Wales. Being with Buddy and Geri is super. Point Road has lots of memories! Would like to sun in Hawaii. Likes to dance and listen to wild 109. Double dat- ing with Diane was hysterical. Can't stand having nowhere to go. "Do it! You only live once." ANTONIO FRANCISCO "Tony" desires to be happy and successful and to see Europe. Can be found in Blue Caf. or at Centro Luzo. "Don't bother me!" Noted for lack of height. Enjoys playing soccer and hockey. Dislikes snobs. Secretly wants to coach NBH soccer and win the States! SUZANNE FINKEL "Sue Bee" to get a decent job. ls happiest partying with Chris "Kringle." Ftelaxes by rollerskating or listening to rock. Mr. Biscari really made it with his wild jokes and sense of humor. Turned off by snobs and conceit. Says she will marry, have plenty of kids. Wants to see Hawaii, the Bahamas. "Get away from me!" PAUL FONSECA .si TERRANCE FRANZEN -ss. L- . ...1 MARK FOGAREN Playing hockey, skiing and rock concerts are his things. Would like to be rich in the future so he can tour the Vir- gin lslands first class. Mostly around Brooklawn Pk. Appre- ciates parental support. Mr. Mello's class was really all right. DANA L. FONTAINE Dreams of working with chil- dren and visiting Switzerland. Despises people who are late but loves being with John. Secretly wishes to be on a deserted island with John. Saddest when it doesn't snow in NH. Favors a house in the country with little tigs. Approved of Mrs. Barbero and Trig, Mrs. Hassey and Psych. - , ,..E . .,.E I III, Vg r- I. r IIIII ,X f 1 KEVIN FRATES After NBHS is the Air Force. Enjoyed female population but didn't like rules and teachers here. Partying with friends is the best. Known for always combing his hair. Will always remember parents' support and understanding. "Take life one day at a time." "Go for it." ,l MICHAEL FOLEY "Clark" will be going to big Boston after NBH. Partying with the gang and writing cre- atively are satisfying. To be editor of "Bolling Stones Mag." would be it! Was noted for his laugh and mode of dress. Can't stand those who hate to have good times. "Which way's the beach?" Mr. Ftoscow was Top Cat. PFIISCILLA FORTES "Pro" will be going to New Hampshire after NBHS. Would like to become a com- puter engineer, eventually. Listening to music and being with the Canichie Clique is alright! ls noted for having a big mouth. Can be found at ROTC or Edie's house. "How 'about that?" You only live once so go for it. 5. -- KATHLEEN HOSE FONSECA "Katrinka" College, then the military will be the future. Can be found down at ROTC or with Pro and Le-Tisha. Mak- ing people laugh and horse- back riding satisfactory. Thanks to Lt. Col. Napoli, Sgt. Morrison and former instruc- tor CSM Lima, Jr. To cross the country and meet all sorts of people would be a riot. "Say what!" JOSEPH E. FOUFKNIEFZ "Joe" is known to be a tennis fanatic. Likes NBH when it's tennis season. Would like to become an architect one day. Enjoys being with Lisa. Mr. GoodfeIIow's class was well liked because you could be yourself. Playing at Wimble- don and winning is his big dream. Tennis, tennis, tennis! I DONNA FREITAS Goal: to become a secretary. Heading to Kinyon-Campbell. Enjoys company of Chris. Always recall sitting in the wrong class for 10 minutes. No. 1 subject is Shorthand. Dream: to reach 5 feet. Wants to see Acapulco. Commends Mom because she was a friend first, then a Mom. A Mrs. Miles fan. LEA FFIEITAS "Yea-Yea." Ambition's to be a millionaire. Noted for dark hair. Hates snobs. Hangs around Danny's. Liked all NBH friendly people. Fond of Mr. Kelly, Mr. Warren. Means to have a horse ranch, live in the mountains, but first comes travel. Valued parents' love and time. Will see Baha- mas. "You can't be serious." ii, . i .:. . , .,, 2. .ig-., i WEN DY FREITAS Ambition to become a billio- naire. Hates braggers. Happi- est with Mark. Noted for her dark eyes. Will always remember falling in a puddle after school and falling off a bike with two friends. Favorite subject, English. Would like to see Switzerland. "Do what you want but don't get caught." Will have a pet tiger. SHIRLEY ANN GALARZA 'tShirl the Pearl" who wants to reach 5 ft., liked people at NBH. Favorite pastime is checking out guys. Enjoys being with Mom. Bothered by personality changes. Shirl is also noted for her big mouth and height. Mr. Kobza's class is the best. "I don't want to talk about it." Hopefully to college. ' f - DONALD GARRISON 74 SCOTT FULLER Scott aims to be a chemical engineer. Enjoys basketball, baseball and football. Secret desire is to play second base for Red Sox. Parents' love and guidance appreciated. Peanut butter and being the youngest in class are his trademarks. Most often located at Buttonwood Park. To WPI or UMass. PAU LINE GALIPEAU "Pudd" is off to Northeastern U. Likes skiing, softball, vol- leyball and swimming. Secretly wishes to become the first woman on the moon. Approved all the fine opportu- nities at NBH. Aims to be radiologlst technician, make lots of money, own Mercedes- Benz and tour Switzerland. "Give me a break." FERNANDA GASPAR "Fern" will be accountant or computer programmer. Had a good time in Mr. Roscow's Chemistry due to his jokes. Also liked Resource Centers, lunch and gym but not study- ing for tests. See her on Nel- son St. Means to find fame and fortune after college. "What's-his-face." Believes in Golden Rule. VINCENT DEPAUL FU RTADO "Vinnie" most noted for his sense of humor, poor jokes. Really enjoys being with Robyn. Hopes to one day be a pro bowler on the Pro Tour. Extremely enjoyable were Mr. Roscow's and Mr. Sykes' classes. Future pediatrician. Hopes for Tufts or BU. Great procrastinator. "Wonderful!" RON GALLEY Ron enjoys partying to the max! To see the Rolling Stones would be the ultimate thrill. Drafting class in 1979 was lots of laughs. Can be found in the field. Hopes to get to heaven some day. Being with Judy is pretty good, too. WCOZ the mother of rock and roll! MARIA GIESTA "Chester" aims to be doctor. A Blue House habitue. Likes to play tennis and watch soap operas. Dislikes early rising and ignorant people. Fond of NBH teachers, esp. Mr. Silva and Mr. Lima. Easily upset. intends to attend college, have career, marry, see the world. Probably UMass. next. "Live life tothe fullest." -FE- HARRY FYOCK Heading for trade school. Passes time with stamps. Enjoys times with Debbie. Hangs in lunch room. Paren- tal love and caring valued. Secret dream to become a carpenter. Like to see New Hampshire. "That's life." LUCIA GARCIA "Lucy" wants to be wealthy. Dabbles in dancing, sports, art and movies. Helpful but a flirt. Find her at the Mall with best friend, Rita. Pool, lunch, English, Mr. Letendre all excellent. Can't put up with male chauvinists. Wishes she could be a model but proba- bly will be a professional dancer. Brazil bound. "What's up?" YVONNE GABRIEL Would like to visit Egypt one day. Being with Kevin and mother Estelle is most memo- rable. Thanks parents for their love and understanding. Enjoyed Child Care very much. "Live one day at a time." DOLORES MARIE GARR "Dolly" Future fashion buyer. Loves dancing and shopping. Likes saying, "No, just wait a minute." Being a Senior is what she likes most. Her song is "Jamaica Funk." Won't for- get her parents' love and dis- cipline. West Indies is the place she longs to see. "To enjoy life is to just be your- seIf." MARIE GIOIOSA "Motor Mouth" can be found hanging at Brooklawn or par- tying. Would like to travel to Italy some day. Relaxes by lis- tening to Skynyrd and the Doors. To get a cabin in Maine at Moosehead would be sheer delight. Take each day as it comes. "You know what I mean." ARTHUR GLASSMAN Arthur's future plans include going to Franklin Institute, then opening an automotive business. ls known well in D- Block. Thanks Mr. Dlouhy, Mr. Bonneau and Mr. Savage for help and support, throughout NBHS. Dreams of wealth and driving a Trans- Am or 450SL. DARLENE GOES Darlene enjoys swimming. Most noted for always blush- ing. Swimming is her relaxa- tion. Conceit bores her. Says Mr. Edmundson and Mr. Letendre were top of the charts. To hula in Hawaii one day. Aims to go to college. "Ya, Flight." JACQUELINE GOMES "Jackie" Pastimes: Drawing and music. Enjoys acting crazy with Sharyn and Dina. Would like someday to work with computers. Remembers falling at the Front. Enjoys Funk and Concerts. Parental encouragement fine. Fantasy: Be rich and not famous. Pos- sesses wild imagination. "Take your time and think." TONY GOMES "Tee-Gee" Off to college to be a businessman. Enjoys football. He is talented and sweet. Would like to visit Hawaii. Embarrassing time when walked into ladies' room. Fantasy to fly the friendly skies and be friends with 10 beautiful women. Found Food Service a savory course, and Spanish was muy bueno. DAWN GOMES "Black Magic" to be a physi- cal education teacher. She hopes to attend Springfield College. Hates conceited people. She would love to see Hawaii. Her pastime is party- ing. Secret wish: Meet up with Kevin R. Will always remem- ber parents' patience and understanding. Mrs. Bon- neau's the ultimate. JOHN GOMES lndulges in football, photog- raphy, baseball and tennis. Hung out at United Front with Judy. Distinctive dimples and gorgeous smile. Satisfied with Black History, Mrs. Baier and smoking privileges. Jive and conceited people turn him off. Headed for Boston State Col- lege to learn to be a success- ful teacher COLLEEN GONSALVES "Cat" despises people who think they are better than oth- ers. Pro ice skater? Says she talks too loud and is always putting herself down. Thanks Lori for her concern. At NBH, rallies, games, gym and Mr. Pepin outstanding. Going to Berkshire College, then to live in New Hampshire, "How ya doing?" DEBORAH A. GOM ES "Debi" dislikes snobs and jocks, has no patience at all. Enjoys being with Mark. Wants to visit Australia. Fall- ing up the stairs was embar- rassing. "The Barn" is the best place out of school. "Go for it, you only live once." LESLIE GOMES Hates stuck-ups. Happiest on weekend nights. Hangs out at the book store. Always remember getting her arm stuck in Pa Raffa's bathroom. Favorite subject: Biology Soph. Yr. with Mr. Gill. Found NBH strict but friendly. Thanks parents for their understanding. "Live it up while you can." YW 1 DAVID J. GONSALVES "Dean" Goal is to become a N.B.P.D. Passes time by tak- ing pictures. Happiest cruis- ing in Kim's Lincoln. Enjoys Todd and Feets Nobre com- pany. Spends most of his time at Monte's Playground. "What's the Happs?" Would like to see Cabo Verde. Con- tented eating in Occ. Foods. Life should be taken as it comes. GRACINDA GOMES MARIA GOMES "Mary Jo" is a very good lis- tener who enjoys being with friends. Could always be found between Green-and- Gold courtyard. Thanks her parents for their understand- ing and help. Will never forget almost knocking down a gym teacher on a horse. Headed for college to become an ele- mentary school teacher. SCOTT GONZALEZ Scott to go into Bio-chemis- try. Enraptured by classical music, his French horn. Grateful to Mrs. Morgan and Mr. Rapoza for giving him the gift of music. Mr. Goodfellow, Band, orchestra all the great- est! College awaits. tj I C ISMENIA GOMES "Izzy" is into running track for good old NBHS, so you'll often find her at the gym. Hated G-lunch and studies, but appreciated Mr. Gill and Mr. Kobza. Her parents were outstanding in their support and understanding. Wants to be a millionaire and see Paris. "Where there's a will, there's away." asm TAMMIEGOMES 3 MARY GOODEN WILLIAM GOODEN "Mr. Bill" Goal to be an engi- neer. Hooked on basketball and gymnastics, especially working out with the cheer- leaders. At Indian Rock the most. Favorite song, "More Bounce to the Ounce." His class is definitely math. "Life is to just be yourself, not what other people want you to be or do." NATALIE GRACA "Nat" most noted for laugh- ing up a storm. Enjoyed being with cuz, Nancy, best friend, Diana. Admired Mr. Raposo and Mr. Pepin, too. Loved watching "Starsky and Hutch." Rollerskating her hobby. Wants to meet Paul Michael Glaser. ls going into Air Force or something in air- planes. Tried to have fun and mostly did! ROBERT GRAY 76 DAVID N. GOODMAN Participating in the Winter Olympics is David's ambition. Flying out the zamboni door was blush-making. Loves Mexican food. Hates being asked the same question over and over and over. Famed for his figure skating, so find him at the rink. Mrs. Hassey's Psych. and Soc. were of value. "Do what you like and do it best." LINDA GRACIA STEVEN GRAY "Steve" will be an airline pilot. Happiest at the beach 'cause he's a sun-lover. Sci- ence and swimming appealed to him, as well as Ms. Tripp's hilarious English class. Can't stand stuckups, rules, teem- ing halls or being at NBHS. Headed for Air Force, success and wealth. MATTHEW GOSSELIN LYNNE GRACIA "Lynnie" means to be a vet. ls into horseback riding. Best times are with Michael, whom she'd like to be with on a desert island. Moody girl who once backed into a car and hated bad drivers! Wants to be married with 10 kids. "No biggie!" HELEN GREEN 'iHelen Ellen" will be dance teacher. Dreams of Broadway stardom but settles for Drama Club musicals. Loved Unified Arts, Mr. Charbonneau, danc- ing on stage. Hated getting up early and E-lunch. "lf you can imagine it, you can achieve it, if you can dream itg you can become it." "Excellent" ELVIRA N. GOULART "L" relaxes bowling, playing tennis, listening to music, dancing, with Roy. Com- mends Mr. Borowicz and Mr. Fournier for being cool, funny, good teachers. Her ambitions are to make it good in busi- ness, have her own boutique, drive a Corvette and make a good marriage. "Oh, yeah, excuse me." One day at a time. 4' GREGORY GRANDE "Greg" On to college to become an engineer. Likes to play music, sports, cards. Would like to visit Siberia. ls known for making bad, bad jokes and really likes those he met here. Can be found any- where except at home. "Life is a bowl of cherries with many pits." MATTHEW GRIMES "Matt" loves to bowl and eat. Has atrocious handwriting. Found in Reading Room or at McDonald's. Abhors stupid people and studies. Wants to be wealthy enough to do nothing and live forever. Chief characteristic is modesty. "Take it easy." KAREN GOULART "Goo" hated crowded corri- dors and formal studies. Found Mr. Lanouette a most competent teacher. Very often in Green-Gold court- yard or at Lot 13. Joe made good company. Valued her parents for being there when needed. si MARK GRANGER -A . ,Q WAYNE MICHAEL GUER- REIRO "Scatterbrain" has ambition to be rock star. ls only happy playing, writing, or listening to music. Down with disco! To meet Jimmy Page and Edward Van Halen a fantasy. Having Mr. Langelotti in Music was an experience. Playing his guitar in front of a crowd is the ultimate. R I' DAWNA GYUKERI "Dee" looks forward to being a lawyer. Often at Indian Rock, Monte's Park or at Debbie and CarI's. Like gym- nastics, Black History and Mr. Gill plus hangin' out with Sherree and Lynne. Hopes to go to UCLA and prove to everyone that she can be a lawyer. Live and let live. NEREIDA HERNANDEZ "Nery" aims to keep on being a Christian. ,Happy when get- ting letters from boy friend in Germany. Will always love parents for their understand- ing. "Make the best of your life while there is still time." Wishes to marry Danny some day. ROB HORNER "Hornero" can be found in the Crimson Courier Office. ls happy when competing. Finds it impossible to hold a grudge. Secretly wishes to be the back court champion at Milford Jai-Alai. Will remem- ber parents' understanding personalities. Sad when there's no special girl around. "You're a head case." BELINDA GAIL HADDOCKS "Lynne" headed for art school, or Air Force. Loves being with Michael. Likes music and enjoys English class. Would like to go to the West Indies. Aims to see Ben Vereen in action. Likes listen- ing to Diana Ross and Marvin Gaye. Philosophy of life is "to see real life and know peo- ple." JAMES HESKETT "Jim" enjoys being with Gina as much as possible. Enjoys tennis and ping pong. Plans to go to college. Will remem- ber NBH for meeting new people and having a good time. Can always be seen at Buttonwood tennis courts. Headed for college and becoming tennis pro. ELIZABETH HOUGASIAN "Liz" will always remember parents' love and under- standing. David's good com- pany. Gold House g.r., Mr. Savage's office were good refuges. Visiting Hawaii would be excellent! US History was lots of fun. Swimming, camp- ing, cruisin' are favorite pas- times. "Live one day at a time." Chinese food mmm! ROXANNE DAWN HAD- DOCKS "Rox" heading for the Air Force. Wants to be successful some day. Like times with Bumzy. Enjoys parties. Noted for being small. Will remem- ber chasing the wrong bus in front of the track team. Fan- tasy to become an actress in Hollywood. A Mr. Harriman fan but fun in Mr. DeSilva's class. Like to go to West Indies. DAVID HINES "Rave" Future evangelist heading for Bible College. Occ. Foods lWhaler's Restl his top choice, then sports, gym and resource centers. Parental support and care fantastic. "I have tried to keep things in my own hands and I have lost them, but what I have given into God's hands, I still possess." NANCY HUNT Ambition is to become a reg- istered nurse. Enjoys listening to music and chemistry with Mr. Kobza. Secret yen to marry a doctor and become rich. Would like to visit Cali- fornia. Homework and term papers were a drag. "Do unto others as they do unto you." P. P I SANDRA HARRIS "Sandy" enjoys camping, partying, the beach and music. Being with Steve is also enjoyable. Can't stand doing homework, esp. math. Would like to have a career in business eventually. Senior Lounge was most liked at NBHS. Mr. Walsh is above average. Homeroom with Mr. Letendre was funny. "You'll get over itI" "What's up?" K E N N Y H I N ES "PK" Ambition to become an evangelist. Favorites at NBH were Mr. Strittmatter and gym classes. Plans to go to Zion Bible Institute. Like I always say: When you strain, you gain but when you snooze you lose. Will preach the gos- pel to everyone and spend more time on guitar. MARK IACOPONI "Capone" is happiest work- ing in the milk store. Italy is his destiny. Secretly dreams to become a millionaire at the age of 18. Parents' support much appreciated. Saddest when the car is out of gas. US History was the most fun. "GoIIy, gee whiz." Famed for his brilliance. STEVEN HEALY "J" plans to take up engi- neering in college. Can be found hanging out at Brook- lawn Park. In school, is often seen in the Reading Room. Noted for sense of humor. Things liked best about NBHS: Mr. Pepin's English class and being in the Bowl- ing League. "Get ajob!" LAURIE HODSON Laurie would like to be a model or a stewardess in the future. Really enjoys rollers- kating with best friends. Can be found hanging in parking lot before school and Button- wood Park. Secret wish is to become a famous model. "Do what you want tog do not what other people want you to do." I LISA AMY IACOPONI "Ike" loves to have crazy times with the crew. Hopes to attend Forsyth to become a dental hygienist. Will ever recall best friends, HF, JO, PC, swimming, esp. being "Co-Capt." with Donna for NBHSGST. Music Dept. was a ball. "VioIin!" "Go wild and do it while you can 'cause you might not have a 2nd chance!" Sr. Class V.P. ILENE ISHEHWOOD Ilene enjoys travel and listen- ing to music. Psychology and Mr. Longo inspired her. Can always be caught daydream- ing in class. Happiest when hiking in NH. Parents' trust and understanding much appreciated. "Well?" Would love to visit the Caribbean. To college and a job in which she can tour the world. LISA JASON "Lisa" To be a dancer. Is hap- piest cheering and dancing. Loves Mr. Girard. Thanks Mary-Ellen, Terri, J.B., Scott, Stephen, and Randy. Will remember parents for under- standing. Noted for smile and being too nice. To U.Mass. Secret wish: dance in New York or Broadway. "lf you can imagine it, you can achieve it!" PAULA ANN KARALEKAS "Little Greek", who wants to be an Ft.N., is happiest with Jim and Greeks. Would love to live in a beautiful house on the beach. Pulling a Chinese Fire Drill in front of police was funniest. Falling down at a GOYA dance upset her most. Thanks parents for love, help, and understanding. "Fteally!" 78 MARRITHIA JACOBS "Debbie" Goal to become an accountant. She enjoys track. Will remember going out with her shirt on backwards. She would like to attend Penn State. Hangup is loud people. She would love to see Europe. "Life is for the living, enjoy it while you can." May return to Jamaica. K get K .si TAMMY LEE JEROME "J.J." enjoys Tom's com- pany. Known for smile, friend- Iiness. Secretly wishes to be Indian. Will never forget being stranded at Black Pond until 3:00 a.m. Being dropped on the floor at a cheering game was embarrassing. Lab part- ners in Mr. Roscow's class were tops. Football games highly rated. 'iGive me a break." MARIE KENYON Marie's goal is to make it to heaven. Despises cliques and being called Maria. Saddest seeing America disintegrate. Parents' love and guidance well remembered. "Keep it cool, feisty!" Would like to visit Lebanon. Enjoys being with family, friends, and socializing. "Live life to the fullest." ANNE JARDIN "Anneeeeee" aims to be a certified public accountant. Enjoys listening to records and being quiet. Accounting and Mr. Warren were admira- ble. Would love to visit France. Liked meeting new people at NBHS. To SMU. "Oh,yeh!" ,MQ- MARK JOHNSON NANCY KNOWLES Nancy's intention is to enjoy life. Savors partying, camping and time spent with Matt. Can be found most often at Brooklawn Park. Will never forget falling in a cranberry bog while at a party. Valued parents' love and under- standing. "Live life to the ful- lest." . - et.-. - fa 2 K . Q jk rr frm . , E- . T 'wr S J , t .... A - CATHY JARDIN "Cath" a future psychiatrist, enjoys swimming, tennis, gymnastics. Secretly wishes to perfect the uneven parallel bars. Valued parents, trust and understanding. Despises phony people. "Sure, buddy!" Would like to see California. Mr. Kobza was unbeatable. "Life is what you make of it." Atl LORENE JONES i'Lori" enjoys dancing and being with friends. Saddest when working late on Friday night. Secretly wishes to become Eva Peron. Values parents' love and under- standing. Liked picking on Mr. Marchand, Drama Club and Mrs. Sawyer's cheerful- ness most at NBHS. Can be located at Freestone's. Uni- fied Arts fan. To college. "But seriously." L., fw MICHELLE LABONTE "Meech" enjoys being with people she loves. Personality and big blue eyes are her trademarks. Ambition is to go cross-country and to see Greece. Can be located at B. K. parking lot. Mr. St. Pierre was wild. Parents' support much appreciated. "Life is but a dream, dreams which never cometruef' KHISTINA JARDIN "Kris" is happiest dancing, playing guitar with friends. A Doobie Bros. fan who would like to see California in a 2802. lrked by stuck-ups. Grateful to parents for under- standing. Thought Mr. Kobza, Mr. St. Pierre deserved first prize at NBH. Off to college to become med. technologist. "Take it easy!" LAURIE JOSEFEK "Laur" enjoys painting, lis- tening to music and going to the beach. DETESTS 9th peri- ods and bus schedules at NBHS. Happiest when with friends. Most chagrined when she ran out of gas on Ftoute 6. Hangs at the Ponderosa. "Yah!" To college to study medicine. "HP DEBORAH LAMBERT MARC LAMONTAGNE Marc despises getting up in the morning. Enjoys travel and playing sports. Pro foot- ball coach? Dr. Wilusz and Science were terrific. Would love to visit Hawaii. "Yeah, right!" Can be found in the auditorium or Buttonwood. Saddest when football season comes to an end. MARIO LAVADINHO "Marty" has a future in music. The trumpet and music are his trademarks. Hangs out in Music Dept. Enjoys being with the Brass Bro. Secretly wishes to play in Doc Severin- son's NBC Orchestra. French ll and Mr. Biscari incredible. To Berklee College of Music. J MARK LEDOUX Hopes to be in Special Ed. Loves being with Greeks and can be found in Green Cafe. "I hear you!" Hysterical falling off chair at Lukolos. Detests yellow cards and slips, but pays tribute to Mr. Longo inever boringj and Mrs. Laf- lamme. Marked by his laugh and talking too much. Great parents! College ahead. in 5 T LYNN LANDRY "Landry Chick" to be an inte- rior designer. Loves skiing, field hockey and tennis. To meet the "gopher" person is a secret wish. Walking into a men's room at movies mortif- ying. Poor memory but metic- ulous. Hated deadlines, term papers and G-lunch. Mr. Goodfellow's class was riot- ous. "Wicked." DAVID LAWRENCE "Dave" Ambition is to make the most out of life. Enjoys travel and Drama Club. Sad- dest when final season comes around. Can be seen at the milk store or D-136. Secretly wishes to become rich. Would like a trip to Germany. Term papers and bad drivers not appreciated. To college. l'And here you are." JULIE LEE "Jules" is a future designer who enjoys cruising with friends. Happiest with Mark. Always remember mother being there when needed. Can be found at Freetown State Forest. Ceramics was choice. Aim is to enjoy life and visit Bermuda. Dreams of marrying Mark and owning a Mach 1 Mustang. On to art school. MICHAEL LANG LOIS "Mike" aims to become an oil burner repairman. Despises stuckup people. Hockey, music and going to concerts amuse him. Noted for forget- fulness and talking before thinking. Always at the ice rink. Looks forward to sun- ning in Fla. Appreciated par- ents' help. To R.l. Oil Burner School. DENIS LAWRENCE To become an actor is Denis' goal. Charbie's room is the heart of it. Losing voice dur- ing "Harvey" dress rehearsal was a trip. Wants Broadway but Juilliard may come first. Was fond of Mr. Ed's History but Drama Club was definitely IT. Will never forget zany kids in 1st period class in 3-316. GISELLE LEMIEUX CRAIG LANT fi: JOSE LAZARO JEANNE LEMIEUX "Jeannie" Working with chil- dren, animals, also being on a secluded beach her idea of heaven. Best times with Mom, sister, brother. Noted for being a twin. Fond of drawing and craftwork but irked by reading. Child Care was inspiring because of love for kids. Live each day as it comes. "Yeah, next year." AUDREY F. LASSEY "Aud" After NBHS, work will be her future. Really relishes being with Rich. Parents' love and understanding were unforgettable. Mr. Letendre was one of her favorite teach- ers. Aud is noted for not understanding. Homework hater. JERRY LEBLANC Jerry aims to be a profes- sional musician because music is his hobby and his business. Wants to see Eng- land some day. JEANNETTE LEMIEUX "Twin" would like to be a sec- retary. Loves deserted beaches, sports, nature, handcrafts. At NBH, teachers, Dean's Office, sports were her solace. Hopes to live on secluded island. Off to work and marriage after NBH. Mom's love, understanding will be cherished always. "Live by faith, not by feeling." l LISA LETENDRE Future nurse who would some day like to see the Caribbean. Enjoys listening to music. Mr. Kobza and chemistry were fun! David is the person to be with. Most noted for always talking. Never forget the day Jerry pushed her into the men's room. Liked studies and lunch. "Enjoy life." On to SMU. STEVEN LEVIN "Doby Dog" Ambition is to major in engineering. His favorite pastimes are cars, sports, music, a day at the beach and rollerskating. Wishes to visit Hawaii some day. Secret wish is to one day become a rock and roll star. Cruising in his blue bomb charges him. Probably to UMass. CHERRIE LOPES Wishes to be successful in becoming a nurse. Loves par- tying, skiing, listening to music. Enjoyed Mr. Kobza's class and Senior Skip Days. Will remember parents' understanding and help. Wishes to visit Europe and can be found parking at Brooklawn Park. College bound. 80 LYNN LETENDRE "Stella" likes free time danc- ing, biking, listening to music. Special Ed. teacher is a must. Being short is her trademark. Secret yen is to be 5'6" and have long legs. Parents' love and trust appreciated. Would like to visit Paris. Studies and homework were the pits. "Life is too short: live it to the ful- lest." SHARON LIMA "Sharon" noted for being quiet. Especially enjoyed being a NBHS cheerleader. Happiest at rallies and games. Dislikes people with no school spirit. Enjoyed meeting friends at NBHS. Plans to go to college and live in Florida. Thanks parents for love and understanding. Fashion designer? GWENDOLYN LOPES "Wendy" would love to work for an airline. Adores cheer- ing, jazz dancing, reading, traveling. Spoiled. Living in the Caribbean and becoming rich would be great. Hates term papers, cleaning house, G-lunch. Hear her squeaky voice saying 'iDon't bug me!" SHARON LETENDRE "Twiggy" aims to become a secretary. Being short and very talkative are her trade- marks. Typing and Miss Allen were the best. Valued par- ents' concern and thoughtful- ness. Can be found at Button- wood Park. Detentions were the pits. "Really!" To college. FATIMA LINO "Fifi" off to college to study medicine. Peeved by con- ceited people. Things liked most about NBH were sports and math class. Favorite hangouts are the beach and Blue House cafeteria. Hob- bies are a day in the sun and rollerskating. Wishes she could be rock star but defi- nitely going into medical field. we ROBERT LOPES "Buster" likes ice cream sun- daes and listening to Kiss- 108. Best noted for his ability to help a friend in need. Enjoys listening to Lou Rawls. Diana Ross and Earth, Wind and Fire. Things liked most about NBHS were F-lunch and sociology class. To be a pro baseball player. it it PAUL LEVESQUE "Skita" wishes to be success- ful. Enjoys partying, sports, and Denise. Hates rain and would like to visit California. Mr. Biscari was OK! Mondays were terribleg Fridays were great! Can be found at But- tonwood Park. Would like to live till eternity. On to bigger and better things. "Gusty." DEBRA LLOYD "Debbie" is contented when with David. Gratitude for par- ents' understanding aid. Fre- quented the girl's room or Sassaquin Pond. Thought industrial Arts Dept. was great. Architect? Commends Mr. Letendre and Mrs. Pur- cell, Teen Culture let every- one have an opinion. To col- lege, then maybe N.H. and marry David. SHARON LOPES "Sharon" Goal: become an executive secretary. She plans to study at BCC or SMU. Likes jogging, bicy- cling, listening to music. Favorite classes: shorthand and math. Would love to visit Hawaii. Fantasy to be secre- tary to next president of US. Will always recall parents' help. "Live a good life." SUZANNE LEVESQUE "Suzy" Journalist or com- puter programmer? lnto pho- tography, writing and sports. Loves driving around country backroads and helping with animals. Has big brown eyes that get what they want. Psych. intrigued her by exploring thoughts. Admired Mr. Kobza, Mr. Millette, Mrs. Merolla. To college. A NN ANTONIO LOPES i'Tony" off to West Virginia University to major in busi- ness and economy. Wishes to own his own business and visit Brazil. Considers all teachers to be his favorites. Hangup was getting up on a Monday morning to go to school. Embarrassed when walking into the ladies' room freshman year. Proudly Ver- dean. WAYNE LOPES "Neil" Ambition is to become a top paid model so heading to college to do just that. Enjoys being with Diane and watching Carol Burnett. Liked Mr. Medeiros' class and hanging around in the court- yards. Wants to visit Hawaii and enjoys tennis and basket- ball. Really into twirling his rifle and flag. 'swf-Qs. LUIS LOPEZ HELIA MACEDO Helia is headed toward Bridgewater. Will always recall the four years at NBH but soph. year was outstand- ing. Mom and Dad were unbeatable. Two best friends in the world were Helena and Fatima. Nelo was SOS! "lf you love something, set it free, if it comes back to you, it's yours . . . if it doesn't, it never was." MICHELLE MARCHANT Wants to become a marine biologist. Most enjoys being with Rick and having a good time. Liked Mr. Kobza's Chem. class: it was lots of fun. Has a yen to fly a 747 jet. ls peeved by conceited people and worst fault is cocky when mad about something. Likes swimming, biking, shopping. "Enjoy today." DONNA LYONNAIS "Don" most noted for slim- ness and little nose. Will always treasure parents' lov- ing care, patience and under- standing. Can be found with Michael or participating in any kind of athletics. iCo- Capt. of Swim Team was excelIent.i Though despises homework, is off to college. Mr. Goodfellow's Chem. top- ped the charts. "Yeah, right." ..- , 1 f . I a-QQ W- i A Q ii TAMMY MACEDO Tammy's goal is to become a pediatrician. True friends is the ultimate. Known for being stubborn, outgoing and clumsy. Loved working with Spec. Ed. kids. Mr. Longo's and Mr. Gill's classes excel- lent. Special thanks to Mom and grandparents for help through hard times. To med. school. GEORGE MARCOTTE "Marpot" wants to be a law- yer after college in California. Loves to talk. Dreams about playing pro ball. Worst fault was not appreciating things more. Enjoys skiing, motorcy- cling, playing football and partying. "You can't keep a good man down." Did he belong in that Accelerated Physics? DUNCAN MACDONALD TERRIE MAILLET "Terr" Secret wish is to rule the world. Going to college and maybe to become a jour- nalist. Enjoys the Cars and watching "Real People." Best part of NBH was the 1:52 bell at the end of the day. Funni- est thing was being filmed on Channel 6 at the beach. Strictly an indoor sport. Year- book Faculty Editor. 42,2 JAMES MARCOTTE "Jim" is going to college but right now likes being with Paula. Pastimes: hockey and track. Bugging people is his worst fault. Hangs around Buttonwood Park. Noted for talking in class. Gets into the Kinks. Liked sports events, Spirit Week. "Hey, right!" Emerson beckons. GARY MACEDO Future accountant. Can be seen at Buttonwood Park and the Mills. Savored lunches at NBH, 'tCalm down!" Will never forget walking on roof of The Coachman at 1980 Prom. Mr. Kelly was a rare bird. Really got into that wild Geometry class sophomore year. To SMU. HELENA MACEDO "Helen" enjoys basketball and drama. Can be found with Helia and Fatima. She's happiest when with Kenny. Noted for her clothes. Mr. Letendre was favorite. Worst fault is inability to accept criti- cism. "Love is there one moment and gone the next." To Bridgewater State to become a child psychologist. . 1 . ..... ii? DEBRA MAKIN MARIO MARQUES Can be found on the corner of Collette and No. Front. Thanks his parents for under- standing. Would like to see Bermuda, spend a million dol- lars. Enjoyed Mr. Robbins' House Construction class and heartily disliked homework of any kind. MIGUEL MARANHAO ROBERT MARSHALL 'iMich" hopes to make a sig- nificant contribution to the world. Likes cycling but detests obnoxious people. Happiest backpacking. Find him at the beach. Would like to see England. Noted for being outspoken. Remem- bers being held up in China- town. Mr. Goodfellow charmed him. Headed for col- lege. 41 ANTHONY MARTIN "My little Tony" secretly wishes to become the captain of the USS Enterprise. Par- ents' generosity much appre- ciated. Mr. Goodfellow and Chem. were the tops. Enjoys football, baseball and hockey. Can be located at Button- wood Park. To the Air Force. :ii I 7 Q f. 1 CAROL MARUJO Pottery, guitar her hobbies. Disco detester. Jeff's the one. Known for her height and constant talking. Loved Mr. Edmundson's headstand to make a point! Wishes to be cremated after death, have ashes made into a pot! Annoyed by those who con- stantly flip and comb hair. To work, travel, get married. COLLEEN MC CARTHY Future is college. Swimming, knitting, and having great times with good friends is enjoyable. To live in Colorado in a cabin would be wonder- ful. Louise and H.S. Monty are fun to hang with. Tardy slips, 9ths and homework were least liked. "Love all, trust few, and do wrong to no one." "Well . . .!" 82 Wim DESIREE MARTIN "De-Ray" off to college to become airline hostess. Noted for being skinny and her long hair. Favorite person: Bruce Perry. Ever at Ware- ham or Monte's Pk. Yen to become a professional model in Paris. Will recall parents' guidance and support. "Life is what you make it." GEORGE MATIAS Happiest when listening to lan Hunter and Mott the Hoople. To see Aruba and would like to drive an Alfa-Romeo. Favorites are: "Gerry" Girard, Ellen Foley, foreign sports cars, WCOZ. Most noted for being Ed.-in-Chief of the 1981 yearbook. To college. "Wrong!" WILLIAM MC CARTHY "Bill" Ambition is to play in a Rock band. Would like to visit Hawaii. Secret wish is to travel in space. Will remem- ber parents for their kindness and consideration. Enjoys hanging around Buttonwood Park and listening to the radio. Mr. Girard's class was the best. GERALDINE MARTIN "Mudd" loves to go cruising and talking on the phone. Hates it when her car is out of gas. Would like to visit Cali- fornia. Enjoys being with her parents and friends. Will never forget Portuguese ll because of Ziggy and Jesse. "Life is a bowl of cherries." SHARON ANN MATOS "Charlie" will be going into the working world to become rich and successful! Secret wish is to still be with Mike in future years. Can't stand impatient and dishonest peo- ple. Being at "The Rock" is fun! Shorthand with Mrs. Walker was excellent. Work- ing in Eng. Res. Ctr. was most liked. "Live life to its fullest!" "No sa!" MAUREEN MC COY "Moe" Happiest when with Rick. Destination: college to become a nurse. Disliked over-aggressive or conceited people. Most noted for lack of confidence and for being skinny. Worst fault is always wanting her own way. Enjoys Led Zeppelin, Linda Ronstadt and Peter Frampton. "You're sick." LAURIE MARTINS "Lau" is off to college to become a pediatrician. Espe- cially liked cheering, Drama Club productions, Gymnas- tics at NBHS. Enjoys being with Glenn and would like to visit Hawaii some day. Secret wish is to meet again on June 5, 1986! "Live your life to the fullest!" Sr. Vice-Pres. KAREN MCCABE Ambition is to become an accountant. Happiest when with David. Will always remember what a friend her mother was. Best noted for being 4'11". Gym with Mr. Medeiros was a pleasure. Can be found in front of the set watching "Mork and Mindy." 02 MAUREEN T. MC HUGH "Moe" will hopefully become a police officer. Enjoys being with Barry, Tim, Scott, and Sue. Counting money and Bingo are favorites. Hangs at Lincoln Park. "What's up?" ls most noted for having a big mouth and being on the phone. Working with the pub- lic through project Ready was good. "Have all the fun at once." PAUL MARTINS Ambition to become rich. Passes time with basketball, Rock concerts. Happiest at parties. Hates snobby chicks, discos and getting busted. Would like to visit Switzer- land. ANNE MC CAGUE Happiest when with Jim. Will always remember Pottery with Mr. Fournier. Can be found at Lot 13 with friends. Would one day like to visit Hawaii. Secret wish is to be over 5 feet tall. Likes to listen to Neil Young, Pat Benatar and Led Zeppelin. "What a jerk!" KEVIN MC KENNA Would like to travel or go to college. Wishes to own a mansion. Loves water and snow skiing, camping, mtn. climbing. Really dug the NBH girls. Wants to see Hawaii, lead an exciting life. Always around the Core or at Button- wood. "Ahhh!" ft, -. ANN MARIE MEDEIROS "Vicious Annie" Wants to be successful in anything done in life. Wishes to visit Hawaii and to become rich. Enjoyed Mr. Kelly's B-period study and Mr. Warren's Bus. class. Adores eating pizza and hanging around D-block. "Oh,Yah." MARIO MEDEIROS Hopes to become an elec- tronics engineer. Enjoyed being with friends at school. Liked gym classes and hang- ing out at the cafeteria. Hobby is listening to music, especially on JB105 by Pink Floyd. Admired Ms. Antunes, wants to be happy and help others. To SMU. DEBORAH MELLO Pastime is parties and riding motorcycles. Enjoys being with boyfriend, Wes. Dislikes people who think they are better than others. Savored Sociology because discussing teenage life was terrific. Ambition is to make herself somebody important. A pizza hound who says she has a big mouth and is impatient. To Fantasy ls.l! .ff CHERYL MEDEIROS Cheryl's secret wish is to ride the Budweiser wagon. Fond of softball, partying, hanging around Grape St. Also happy with Sr. Lounge, football, bookstore and people at NBH. Ms. Burchell's Eng. was a trip! Hated lD's, Port, Class, passing periods and confine- ment to one cafeteria. Hope- fully to college and success in life. MICHAEL MEDEIROS "Squash" going to work after high school. Would like to visit California one day. ls happiest when playing base- ball. Likes to go to Seekonk Speedway and eventually wants to work with cars. Dis- liked going to school on nice days. AM ELIA MELO "Peaches" wants to become a nurse and undoubtedly be successful. Would like to visit Bermuda. Enjoys watching soaps and listening to the Bee Gees and Diana Ross. Philos- ophy of life is "Eat, drink and be merry." Friendly and smil- ing girl who will marry a mul- timillionaire after college. CLIFF MEDEIROS "John Lennon" Ambition is to graduate from NBHS. Hob- bies are cars and girls. Most enjoys being with Robin. Favorites are Paul Simon, Van Halen and Linda Ron- stadt. Enjoyed the girls but hated classes at NBH. Rel- ishes fried clams and listening to WCOZ. "Ya, really." ROSE MEDEIROS "Rosie" ls noted for her patience. Finds it hard to say "no," Child Care was tops. Can be found in D-block. Yearns to be rich and visit California. Embarrassed when she entered the boys' locker room while they were changing. Spirit Week was fun. Will probably marry after college. "Take it one day at a time." MARIA MELO Hobbies are roller skating and going to the drive-in. Enjoys eating pizza and ham- burgers and listening to COZ. Would like to be a detective and join the Air Force after graduation. Would love to see Hawaii and Florida. Can be found at Fort Phoenix. "Prac- tice makes perfect." JOE MEDEIROS Enjoyed guitar, auto body and woodworking at NBHS. Can't stand homework. To have a million dollars would be great. Mr. Campoli was an excellent teacher. Eng. and history were the pits. Led Zeppelin, WCOZ are tops. To visit Hawaii would be AOK! SHIRLEY MEDEIROS "Munchkin", who just wants to live, is friendly and makes people laugh. Being with Scott is finest. Getting caught imitating boss by the boss was hysterical. Wants to visit California. Had fun in Mr. Edmundson and Mr. Hamlet's classes. Loved music, parties, fishing, horseback riding, pizza. To be secretary. SEGISFREDO MELO "Fred" Off to work to build an ambition. Dislikes disco and detentions. Enjoys listening to WCOZ and Steve Miller. Favorite spots were the park- ing lot at school and the Ave- nue. Liked Mr. Robbins' Woodworking class. Will never forget the cheerleaders at NBHS. "The guy with the Vega." LEONORA MEDEIROS "Lee" Off to be a registered nurse. Reading, rollerskating, making people happy are her enjoyments. At NBHS, Spirit Week, science, English, Dean's Office were tops. This Scott Baio fan adores Portu- guese, ltalian, Spanish foods. Parents encouraged her in her field. Likes to make peo- ple laugh. Probably to SMU. AMELIA MELLO "Millie" is peeved by two- faced, phony people. Liked Mrs. Chooporian's class. Will always remember her parents for giving their love and car- ing. Would Iike to visit Hawaii and go to college to be an executive in an office. Likes sitting by the ocean, working in furniture store, Mr. Cast- ro's Port. and laughter. JOANNE MENDES "Kitti" Noted for sense of humor and looking like a cat. Would like to be a secretary after high school. Would one day like to tour England and sing with a rock group. Enjoys watching "Taxi" and reading books by Agatha Christie. Can always be found at But- tonwood Pk. Moody girl. "What's up?" JOE MENDES "Joey" headed for Fitchburg to study industrial arts. Enjoys boxing and racquet- ball and listening to the radio. Was always somewhere around the boys' gym. Will be thankful to parents for love and understanding. Liked taking pool classes but not sitting through boring studies. "That's it!" EDWARD MILLS 'tEddie" twho's stubbornj is happiest with Donna. Wants to see Hawaii. Accidentally scoring for wrong team in a basketball game was mortify- ing. Term papers were the absolute bottom. Amused by Mr. Motta's History class. "Yea, right." I, Q Xt. . . L L DENORA MONTEIRO "Dee" wants to be a hairdres- ser. Happy when with friends AT, SV, LN and MM. Parents' love and support so welcome. Most noted for her eyes and being short. Likes "Stairway to Heaven" by Led Zeppelin. 84 JEANNE METCALF Goal is to be happy. Enjoys singing, riding, being with friends. Hates rude people. Fond of Mr. Warren, Mr. Gir- ard, math, gymnastics, art, pottery. Wants to see pyra- mids of Egypt, find someone to love her and be as happy as her sister. NBH offered good friends and teachers. To work or to college. ROBERT MILLS "Rob" is known for playing drums on anything he can get a sound out of. Into swimming and drawing also. Ever at But- tonwood. Endless gratitude to parents for buying his drums. Hopes to succeed in the art and music fields. Anti-disco. "Live it up while you can." KAREN METIVIER Karen going to college, wants to be veterinarian. Obstinacy and having a loud mouth are her distinctions. Homework and term papers were the pits. Enjoyed band, singing, going to parties. Director of a big zoo fulfills her fantasy. Mr. Nanos was wicked helpful because he understands peo- ple. Wishes she were shorter. KATHERINE MINGOLA "Kathy" would like to become a registered nurse. In the future, she wants to own a deserted island. Could always be seen in Green House. To parents, sincere thanks for their encouragement toward future success. Loved Biology and Mr. Brum. ROBERT MONTEIRO "Adam" would like to become a state trooper. Hob- bies are reading, playing bas- ketball, and dancing. Out- standing qualities: easy to get along with and very softh- earted. A Satellite Village habitue. Admired Mr. Mello, NBH girls, math and gym. Probably going into Marines after graduation. LINDA MONTPLAISIR "Morm" Business school to become a secretary is future. ls always happy when the weekend comes and making people laugh. Being with "the girls" is AOK! Mr. Letendre's Algebra ll class was pleasant. "Tell me about it!" Will remember Dad for under- standing and being great. Forgetting things is her hangup. SAUL MICKELSON Ambition is to be rich. Favor- ite pastime: partying. Would really like to visit California. Mr. Walsh was fantastic teacher. Strong urge to meet the Beatles. "Take life one day at a time." See hlm in Blue Courtyard or at Button- wood. Will never forget incredibly wild studies. To work. ! i f STEVE WAYNE MIRANDA "Mr. America" to be a profes- sional dancer on Broadway. Can be found at Blake's house. Wishes to be rich and famous. Grateful for parental love. Fond of guidance coun- selor and most NBH teachers, as well as Black Studies, Mrs. Andrade and Chemistry. Hopes to goto a NY college of performing arts. 1' F . f -.,.' TERRY MOORE To become a computer pro- grammer is a probable future. To tour California would be rainbow's end. Liked Senior Lounge at NBHS. Ted Nugent and Blue Oyster Cult were her taste. Hopes to be rich and own a TR7! KAREN JOYCE MIDTTUN "KC" is happy with Greg or cruisin' with Colleen and Con- nie. Grateful for parents' never-ending love and con- cern. Best things about NBH: football, basketball games, Spirit Week, Swim Team, teachers, esp. Mr. Savage. Buttonwood Park or the Mills her lairs. To Bridgewater. Billy JoeI'slf1. "Far out." DEBBY MONIZ Enjoys being with Danny and partying with friends. Would love to tour Europe and to be rich and circle the globe. Glad for Mr. Pacheco's DE class and the fun of being around the bookstore. Sad when there's no one around and nothing to do. "Buzz off." VILMA MORALES t'Kissy" hopes to attend col- lege and become an execu- tive sec. Chief relaxation is partying. Wants to see Ftome. Enjoyed Ms. Allen's Short- hand and the guys at NBH. Wishes to be wealthy and travel the world. "Time plus hard work equal success, so always strive to be number one." JACQUELINE L. MOREL "Jack" will be going on to college after NBHS to become a business teacher. ls often found snoozing in French. "How's it hangin!" Has a hope of reaching 5'9"! Ms. Roberts' History class was a good time. Being with Danny, Paula, Shell, Fatima, etc. is lots of fun. Couldn't stand freshmen. "Live life to its fullest." MADALENA MOTA i'Maddy" Enjoys listening to music and a day at the beach with friends. Liked her guid- ance counselor the best because he was so helpful to her. Outstanding quality was getting along with everyone. Would like to major in com- puter operations. "l'm only kidding." ROLANN NADEAU "Muffin" Will be attending a private college, then a police academy to become a police woman. Enjoyed Psychology, Mr. Harriman, rallies. Will always remember Brooklawn Park. Horseback riding and skiing her fun. Posing in French Maid outfit during Spirit Week '79! was quite embarrassing. Green Eyes! PAULA MORIN Happiest when with DS, KN, WS, and AP. Pet peeve is people who talk behind your back, and never take a look at themselves. Enjoyed espe- cially Mr. Kelly and Miss Zola's class. Enjoys tennis, reading and listening to WCOZ. "Tell me about it." Hated not being able to play 8-tracks at end of school year. LEONARD MOTTA "Lou" Happiest when playing football for NBHS and being with Harriet. Wishes to own his own business and to become very wealthy. Enjoyed the parties and ral- lies after football games. "You know what l mean, Jel- lybean." What's up, Gusty?" GARY NELSON "Benny" Has terrific sense of humor. Spends leisure play- ing cards, collecting baseball cards, skiing. Losing to Betsy at Mini Golf was amusing. ln the reading room when not kicked out. Satisfied with accounting and Mr. OIiver's Soph. Math class. Hates being asked for gum! Wishes to be Rich and happy. To SMU. ALISA MORRIS "Winkey" to be a physical therapist. Contented being alone and just thinking. Will never forget being in an advanced German class when belonging in Biology. Thinks Tan House Guidance is slow! Applauds Mr. Longo, Mrs. Conward and Mr. Pepin. Says everyone has a chance in life if they take the first step. Col- lege. JOYCE LEE MULLIN "Jo" to pursue career in Music Ed. Outgoing and friendly but says she has bad temper. Found in Music Dept. Secret wish: to join the Bos- ton Pops. Funniest thing was when yelled "Oh, no, it's Cal- gonite" across cafe. Theory ll was wild and crazy. "Bazooka Head" You can achieve any- thing if you try hard enough. KIM NELSON "Kan-Do" Heading to the Air Force. Hangs at Village or Gomes School. Remember falling down the stairs. Good times with Shay, Dee-Kidd and clique will always be a good memory. Thanks Mother for love and support. Fantasy to explore Paris. Enjoy life to the fullest! DIANA MORRIS "Di" Goal is to travel across the U.S. Happiest when party- ing. Noted for her eyes. Enjoys the company of Geri, Lisa, Joanne. Hangs at Point Road. Liked Port. ll. Speeding is her worst fault. Would love to visit her brother in Texas. "lf you play, you will pay." Going from state to state next. JUDITH MYERS "Gypsy" wants to go into computer programming. ls very shy. To be a rock singer is her wish. Remembers Mom for being crazier than she!!! U.Mass. is her next step. To be the first female president to be impeached is her fate. Mr. Kobza and Mrs. Morgan are the favorites. "Live it up!" fig J f LORI NERBONNE Lori hopes to become a nurse one day. College, marriage is in the future. Thanks parents for being there and being so understanding. Mr. Kobza's Chemistry class was unfor- gettable. Would like to visit California. Enjoys being with Jeff. "Make life worth living." DONNA MORRIS Wishes to enjoy life. Hopes to be Concert Mistress of BSO and see Europe. Happy when listening to good music. Hated risking life to pick gym course. Orchestra and Mr. Goodfellow best. Saddest when term paper due. Remembers parents for their sense of humor. lt's on to col- lege for Donna. LINDA NADEAU "Yabo's" happiest when out with friends. Hates staying home on weekends. Enjoys Mark's company. Always remember when door fell on her. Hangs at Brooklawn. Always remember parents' love and understanding. Dreams being stranded on the Blue Lagoon with the man of her dreams. "Love, Live Life to Fullest." WAYNE NEWTON "Newt" Aims to be a machin- ist. Loves to have a good time. Can be located at But- tonwood Park. intrigued by variety of girls at NBHS, but not stuck-up ones. House Const. ll with Mr. Robbins was a trip. Regular school work he can do without. Means to make a million and see Rome. ABIBOU NIANG Soccer's his game. Happy- go-lucky chap who's happiest around nice looking girls. Lin- coln Park's his place. Sad when lonesome and broke. Approved of Mr. Barradas, English, girls and studies. Dis- approved of tests. Proud to be a Cape Verdean, Dakar- born. Future pro Soccer player. JORGE NOGUEIRA "Luke" wishes to go to col- lege and wants to be an actor. Enjoys girls and rollerskating and would one day like to visit California. Enjoyed gym the most because of sports and activities. Loves lobster and listening to music. "Ooh, lata." "Life is but a dream." SIDY NIANG Would like to be successful in life. Enjoys playing soccer and listening to music, and would one day like to visit Hawaii. Most embarrassed when walking into Girls' Rm. on the first day at NBHS. Enjoyed study halls and dis- liked the homework. s ROBERT NORMANDIN "Bob" is noted for his crazy sense of humor. Mr. Goodfel- low was all RIGHT! ls happiest at Youth Aflame or with Liz, Lori, Denise, etc. Will never forget Mr. Robinson and his deecles fdecalsj, also being dragged down the hall. Will always cherish parents' love and concern. Mm! Mm! Mm! To Olivet Nazarene College. ANN M. NUNES "Nunesy" is off to college to hopefully become a physical therapist. Can be found hang- ing in B242. Dr. Wilusz's labs were tops. Falling off the chair in caf. was extremely humili- ating. Enjoys skating, Billy Joel and Styx. ls happiest when with friends. 86 DENISE NUNES "Pattie" plans to go to col- lege for computer technician or business management. Secret wish is to own a Mer- cedes sports car and live in Beverly Hills. Will eventually see Jamaica, Hollywood and Hawaii. Most fun while with Michelle and Karen. Worst fault is never expressing her- self. "l don't know." DAVID NICHOLS To SMU then hopefully becoming a chemical engi- neer. Lisa, Swim Team and weightlifting are all enjoyable. Geometry soph. yr. was rowdy!! Can be found at Three Mile Pond lots!! WCOZ and Rush are AOK. "Do it, to it!" Mr. Oliver was a great teacher. "Take it as it comes!" TH ERESA NORTON "Terry" to be a dentist. Could be found either in Green or Gold House. Will never forget slipping in milk during lunch. Would like to visit Florida. Enjoyed the students at NBHS and Mr. Kobza. Says she is known for her personal- ity, popularity and smile. "Live life the best you can." REN EE O'BERRY Ambition: to be happy. Peeved by snobby people, homework and ninth periods. Would like to go to Kinyon- Campbell after NBHS. ls most happy when with Mike, and can be found at Buttonwood Park. Says she is always happy especially when with friends. "You get out of life what you put into it." KAREN NIEMCZYK i'Nimslick" Pet peeves: Liver and snobby people. Enjoys skiing, tennis, the outdoors and being with friends. Wants to major in engineering, make money and stay single. Always remember getting caught with eggs on Hallow- een. Geometry was wild and had fun at lunch with the gang. Hawaii calls. Seen at Brooklawn. "ReaIly!" Rf'-N' 1--1-1 - -.. ..... ..-WMM Q ---,.....- ef-ra.-,M --sa..,,M NADINE NORWOOD "Deana" heading to SMU. Passes time in basketball, softball. Enjoys company of Mark. Happiest hanging with the girls. Remember always sitting on the bench at her basketball game. Thanks par- ents for giving her strength to go through school. Admired Mr. Fraga and Mr, Hamlet. ANTONIO OLIVEIRA "The Tone" off to BCC and some day wants to be a detective. Secret wish is to be happy all the time. Will remember parents for their understanding and kindness. Enjoyed Mr. Motta's History class because it was never boring. Enjoys playing soccer and tennis and dislikes show offs. "Take life one day at a time." RICHARD NOBRE "Feets" heading for college. Robin in his number 1. Enjoys playing varsity basketball. Thankful for all his grand- mother's guidance and understanding. A Ms. Biz- zarro fan. PETER NOWELL, JR. Peter will be attending Har- vard Univ. Tennis and swim- ming are well liked. ls noted for having lack of intonation. Will probably become a bio- chemist in the future. Will always remember parents' guidance. To visit Northern Europe would be pleasurable. To succeed in everything is his intention. CONNIE OLIVEIRA lt's college next for Connie to become an accountant. Pas- time is going to movies and having good times with her friends. Wants to see Hawaii. Secret wish is to have fame, fortune and to be happy. ls peeved by conceited people and the short passing periods at school. "No way." .-E DONNA OLIVEIRA Wants to be an accountant. Favorite games are rollers- kating and bowling. Happy with friends but sad when no one is around. Pet Peeve is trying to use the phone when someone else is on it. Disliked lunch periods but loved the 1:52 bell. Often at Hot Wheels and Wonder Bowl. SUSAN OLIVER Wants to be a special ed. teacher and would like to visit Europe. Ftelaxes with music and reading. Friends make her happy. Hangout was Blue Cafeteria but also the Mall with the gang. Found Dr. Wilusz' Chemistry a favorable subject. Great procrastinator. ALDA PACH ECO Pastimes are running, swim- ming in the ocean and canoe- ing. ls up when having a good time with good friends. Wants to see California and England. Yearns to see the Rolling Stones in concert. "Don't let life get you down." DONNA M. OLIVEIRA "Big O" Ambition is to be happy. Serene when with the gang and Carl but devastated when there is nothing to do. Her big time hobby is talking on the phone. Liked English class and football games. Wants to see California. Always ready to help others. "You're kiddin'!" KATHLEEN O'MALLEY "Kathy" dreads waking up early but loves going to par- ties. Always joyous when she can be with buddies. Really! Life is too short to be misera- ble. Famous for being con- fused. Grateful to Mrs. Walker for a ence. good learning experi- FLORINDA PACHECO "Flo" to college to become a nurse. Enjoys horseback rid- ing. Peeved by immature peo- ple and snobs. Also disliked boring studies and some rules. Secret wish is to marry Amos. Hangup was getting up for school. Enjoyed Mr. Kobza's Chem. class. "Take one day at a time." ELSA OLIVEIRA Computer programmer is her ambition. Dreams of touring Europe. Grateful for parents who understood and helped her. Chemistry shone with Dr. Wilusz and her super class- mates. Giving people nick- names is her special talent. Hated termpapers and home- work. To be rich and famous. "That's life." 'il KERRIE O'MALLEY Ambition is to be happy. A trip to Ireland intrigues her. Friends and family make the best company. Known for constant laughing. Button- wood Park's her second home but is also seen in D- Block, usually on first level with teachers and pals. "Live each day to its fullest." 1 ' -if 1 LUCIA PACHECO "Lucy" Ambition is to become a secretary. Would like to visit Hawaii and enjoys being with Joe. Hobby is talk- ing on Ma Bell with boy friend. Often at Brooklawn Park. Getting married right after graduation. Was happy at the 1:52 bell each day. GRACE OLIVEIRA Happy whenever she's with good friends. Hangs around Mr. Donut on Acushnet Ave. Likes music and Trans-Ams. Valued parents' patience and understanding. Especially fond of Mr. Biscari. Some day would like to hula in Hawaii. "Never give up trying." DANIEL J. O'NElLL, JR. "Danny" means to be another Laurence Olivier, so was always happiest after a suc- cessful stage performance. Says he dislikes flaky people tbut he played "Harvey" and "Dracula"j. Unified Arts and Drama Club were the heights at NBH. On his way to Florida next, but some day it will be China. Z- DORVALINO PAIVA A DALE OIVER "Robert" would like to be a carpenter. Fond of Mr. Arm- strong's class. Likes seafood and watching Richard Pryor. Worst fault is temper. Would like to leave school and start living his own life as soon as possible. "Keep a good head on your shoulders." NANCY ORTEGA Would like to travel around the world and stop off at Hawaii. Worst problem is fac- ing reality but she's easygo- ing and understanding. Morti- fied when she fell down the stairs during the passing period. Ftelishes eating pizza and reading "Peanuts" com- ics. "Tell me about it." ay -- 4 5 JOSEPH PAIVA MICHELLE PARENT "Shelly" most enjoys being with Steve. Worst fault was always being late. Wishes to go to college to become an electronical engineer. Liked the wide variety of courses offered at NBH. Noted for arguing for Women's Lib. Will remember her parents for the ability to listen to her. "Flight." ADNA LOIDE PEREIRA "Addy" most enjoys being with David, friends and going to parties. Would like to visit the world some day. Enjoyed classes with Mr. Walsh and Mr. Medeiros. Most noted for her eyes, smile and long hair. Most embarrassed when did a split in the Outlet Store. Will remember parents for being there when needed most. LINO PEREIRA College is future to become electrical engineer. Being told what to do is a pet peeve. Partying, playing tennis and hockey are favorites. Can be found hanging at Buttonwood Park. To visit England would be great. Enjoyed meeting people at NBHS. Chemistry labs and Mr. Gill were both fine. "Live it up!" 88 JOHN PARKIN AGOSTINHA PEREIRA "Tina" Hobbies are bike rid- ing and reading. Would like to attend Kinyon-Campbell to become a secretary. Secret wish is to be rich. Would like to visit Bermuda. Content in Mr. Charbonneau's English class because of friends. Happy when friends are around but sad when things aren't going her own way. "Yeah, right." PAUL PEREIRA "Computer", who doesn't like NBHS beef stew, is hand- some, witty, intelligent and honest. Fleturning every five years for his class reunion is his probable fate. Walking into the door of the Core was embarrassing. College to become a pharmacist is his next step. Algebra ll was fun- niest because of Mr. Messier. GERARD PATNAUDE Q",-0' W' .felis , 4, . . ,Lk fs, 1 ARTUR PEREIRA EDWARD PERRY "Ted" Goal: college for com- puters. Buttonwood Park was a favored place to hang out. Liked teachers least, girls most at NBHS. Parents were great about understanding. "Live free or die." "No way." .sf Ji BETTY PEIXOTO To be computer programmer. Pastimes: music, dancing, roller skating. Wish: visit Italy. Mr. Ftoscow's jokes were fun. Hangout was Buttonwood Park. Crazy about Camaros, wild about spaghetti. "You can do anything you set your mind to." To college. "Shoot!" DULCE PEREIRA "No" off to college in the fall. Will never forget the love and kindness her parents gave. Enjoys traveling and just stay- ing home to watch soap operas. Would like to visit the whole world, especially Italy and Greece. Worst fault is bit- ing her fingernails. "You only live once so make the best of it " JACKIE PERRY "Brandy" is a future secre- tary. Happiest when with Billy or Bobby. Worst fault is bad temper. Can be found at the beach or on Park Street. Will always remember being locked in the girls' room with Joyce. Enjoyed lunch. On to ...? STEVEN PELLETIER JORGE PEREIRA Wishes to write a future best- selling book. Enjoys reading, watching TV and listening to music. Happiest when travel- ing. Would like to see the whole world. Swimming was great, studies were not. Mr. Machado was okay. Laughs too much!! "Live and let live." On to SMU or UMass. RACHEL PERRY "Red" BCC to study child care is next. Football games and rallies were lots of fun. Secret wish is to own a Cor- vette. Being with Eric is great. Is known for having long red hair. Mr. Biscari's French class is unforgettable because of his sick jokes. "Take each day as it comes and make the best of it." TRACEY PERRY "TP" happy when having a good time. Liked passing periods but classes were too long. Enjoys music, basket- ball and football. Peeved by phony people. Will cherish parents' understanding love, care and patience. Would like to check out the Virgin ls. Secret wish to get married and have children. MARIANO PINHO "Mud" will one day be rich and famous. Homework and lunches were terrible. Love to see England and San Fran- cisco. Haunts Raffles in New- port. Most noted for making people laugh and being seen with Darlene S. ldolizes Bar- bra Streisand. "Time is short so live each day to its fullest." JOYCE POIRIER "Joyce" to be a poet. Has ability to tease anybody and everybody. Likes being around the Daff. Embarrass- ing time was finding her locker full of balloons! Chem- istry was intense with Dr. Wilusz' great sense of humor. Despises freshmen who act like seniors. "Excellent!" ELIZABETH PETERNEL "Liz" Memorable for height. Depressed by homework, rules, people who repeat things. Adored Span. with Mr. Flaposo for 3 years, basket- ball, Science. A Green Office habitue. Thankful for parents who helped in rough times. Tying Geo..Matias to a chair broke her up. Pediatrics attracts her. College follows. "Fteally!" DIANE PIRES "Moonshine" is contented when with Scott and going to concerts. Ambition is to die happy. Most known for big brown eyes. Was always at the parking lot before school. Disliked periods A and H. l'Comeoffit." JON POLLARD "JP" some day wants to be a state trooper. Has enjoyed every day for the past 2 yrs. Liked Black History and play- ing the Channel 6 news game every Friday. Mistake was making football bets with Mr. Walsh! Dislikes Monday mornings and can be found at Buttonwood Park. MATTHEW PICARD "Pic" to become a doctor. Happiest when running with friends. Wishes to complete a marathon. Steely Dan fan. Noted for dry wit. Loves Mrs. Hassey's worn-out cliches. Pet peeve: people who don't say 'ihi" when you gesture to them. "Hey, uh." To college. "Don't look back, something may be gaining on you." Satchel Paige MARGARET M. PIRES "Peggy" would like to go to college. Enjoys Crocheting, sewing and tennis. Dislikes people who think they are better than others. ls a fan of Mrs. Slater and Mrs. Laf- lamme, also Mr. Charbon- neau and Mr. Pepin. indebted to parents for help and love. Enjoys being with pals SR, AA, LA, EF and TM. CHERYL A. PONTE "Cher" loves disco-dancing, rollerskating. Abhors rock and roll. Hopes to go on to SMU next year and end up driving a Corvette around LA with the radio blaring on KISS 108. Secretly wants to model for "Cosmopolitan" Will always marvel at her mother's patience. "Partyl" . L. .T DONALD E. PINA "Silk" hopes to play pro ball. Wants to see California. Loved basketball practice! No. 1 teacher was Mrs, Con- ward. Fan of Gina's. Appreci- ates parental love and under- standing. Maybe college? CAROL PITTA "Crystal" Her destiny is to travel and do up Hawaii. Inner urge is to meet a rich Hawai- ian and who knows? Likes Chinese food and music. Top pastimes: bowling and spend- ing money. NBH attractions were baseball, math and Mrs. Dawn Caton. Maybe to col- lege. JANE PORTER Jane's inner craving is to have naturally curly hair. Does not care for snobs. Dropping her plate into the garbage at lunch and having to fish it out was a mortifying experience. Loved football games and playing for "The Wiz." Thinks Ms. Leal is just wonderful. "Yeh, right." HUMBERTO PINHO LORI ANN PLUMMER Wishes to become a musi- cian. Enjoys singing, playing the piano and being with close friends. Secret desire is to sing professionally with the Brothers and Sisters. Grateful to parents for coming out on top. Annoyed by homework and studying. Sad when away from those close to her. SHAWN PRESCOTT CYRESE PROCTOR "CC" would one day like to be a commercial photogra- pher and go to California. Wishes Tracey, De-Ray, Brenda and Tooki the best of luck. Can be found in the Core. Thanks parents for everything. On to college. "Seeyaaround." SALLY LISA RAMOS "Sal" hates school buses but loves her buddies. Wouldn't mind living on a mountain. Thanks Mrs. B. and Mr. O. for all their help and a special thanks to her parents for making it all happen. GONCALO REGO Decision: be a lawyer or a pro soccer player? Mad about soccer. Gloria's good com- pany at Rivet St. Arcade or near Manny's house. Girls, good friends, Mr. Aguiar and Mr. Ferreira's class were the things he liked about NBHS. Blue Cafeteria his place. 90 MAUREEN QUAIL "Quail" is really into music. Enjoys being with Rick. Hang- out in school is between Green and Gold. Dr. Wilusz's class was great for experi- ments. Liked NBHS for Resource Centers and friends. WENDY RAMOS A future nurse. Likes to cook and sing and go to church. Find her at JROTC or home. Mr. Kobza was a fun Chemis- try teacher. Determined but she worries too much. Disap- proves of putting others down because they're different. Her favorite companion is Mary Beth Johnson. To nursing col- lege. DOREEN REIS Doreen would like to retire early with much money and travel. Devoted to tennis, playing flute in band and roller skating. Turned off by term papers, tests and bossy people, but grateful for many courses, musicals, Psych., Mr. Longo, Mr. Goodfellow. Headed for college and a life lived to the fullest. CHRISTINE QUINN 'iChris" wants to be a teacher, but first wants to see Rome. Bad temper. Secret wish is to be famous and have lots of money. Liked NBHS for E-lunch shift and Drama Club plays. Probable fate: teaching at NBH. Mrs. Laf- lamme was top of her list. "People should live life to its fullest." College is next. PAUL RAWCLIFFE ANTONIO E. RESENDES "Tony" loves music, hates studies. Band was closest to perfect. Mr. Vasconcellos was terrific. Thought guidance counselors naive. Known for his sense of humor. Scud- der's parties were a blast. To the service or college? No major plans for future. "Ya gotta be kiddin'!" MICHELLE RACINE "Mish" has good sense of humor but no patience. Let her just listen to her stereo and don't nag! Thought Mr. Longo's Psych. was of value. Most enjoyed company of her parents. She's either on her porch or down at Sunbeam. Goal is to be a police officer so will attend police academy. JOLENE RAMOS Future probation officer. At her best partying or just lis- tening to music. Whaler's Rest iOcc. Foodsj was refuge in school. Thanks parents for pushing her through NBHS. Wants to become wealthy and see Puerto Rico. MARK REBELLO "Turtle" wants to be "narc." Always in the shop area because they were choice classes. Out-of-town softball tournaments were his amuse- ment. Describes Mr. Mandly's soph. English as a lot of wild people. Triple lunch and NBHS chicks not bad either. BOB REYNOLDS "Bobboy" means to continue in hockey. At NBH he enjoyed being a Senior and Mrs. Sher- bino's Bio., putting dissected frog in bubblerl Hates being hummed on by anyone and coming in early on weekends. A hockey nut. Aims to gradu- ate from UConn., get rich, own a Rolls-Royce. ANDREW REGO "Spike" will be an artist. Into bowling and racquetball. Hangs around 3316 Record Shop. Loathes disco. Dreams of being the greatest artist who ever lived, so he's going to art college after NBHS. LISA REZENDES nag 'WK .. t I JOSEPH RIBEIRO "Ribi" will be phys. ed. teacher or computer pro- grammer. Wrapped up in track program and football. Admired Mr. Kobza's sense of humor in Chem. Liked Sr. Lounge and lunch. Probably to college. "Ha-A-Ai" PEARL RINKER "Squirly," who likes roller skating and horseback riding, wants to travel around the world and try to find her real grandfather. Likes hanging around with Liz. Enjoyed liv- ing on the farm. Remembers parents for being there when she needed them. Noted for good sense of humor. Senior Lounge is great. "Flea Bag!" ELVIRA RODERIGUES LISA RICHARD Sailing, skiing, camping intrigue her. Against conceit and disco. Willing to go along with anything wild and crazy. Aims to own a maroon Mer- cedes sports car by age of 30, Dreams of marrying a famous rock star. Easy-going girl who hangs around Brooklawn Park Wall. To college. LE'TEISHA MARIE ROBINSON "Touchdown" wants to own a boutique. Happiest writing poetry or with Zip. School favorites were JROTC instructors and Teen Culture with Mrs. Purcell. Says she has bad temper and big mouth. "Don't sit back and say you want something! Get up and go for it!" JOHN RODRIGUEZ ROBERT G. RICHARD "Bah" loves swimming, camping, outdoor activities. Found Mrs. Hassey, Psychol- ogy and the Swim Team the best of NBHS. Says he is acci- dent-prone. SAT's and labs turn him off. "Life's like a fan . . To college. AMERICO V. ROCHA l'Rico" Hockey and football player who'd like to date Bo Derek. Fond of gym, Mr. Oli- ver, Mr. Charbonneau, Mr. St. Pierre. See him at Riverside Park. Recalls snoring when he fell asleep in class! Wants to see Rio de Janeiro. Probably to college. ,NA CARLOS RODRIQUES Destiny: to be a Green Beret. Pastimes are baseball and football. Saddest when he hears what Russians are doing. Liked the pool and gym, hated studies and Eng- lish. Content with his girl in the country away from pollu- tion. Claims his luck is bad. To the Army. ZX? ELAINE MARIE RIENDEAU "Misty-Sarah" aims for mas- ter's in Bus. Management. Likes dancing, horseback rid- ing and wishes she could do them in a warm climate. Hated gym but loved Math and Mr. Kobza. Commends wide course selection at NBH. "Who cares?" 3 MICHELLE ROCHA "Mousy" will become bus. administrator. Loves shop- ping, traveling, rollerskating. Good times in Mr. Ed's class. Always a smile or laugh. Sykes and Bobby's office her school hangout. Wants to own ranch in country and have 5 children. College in mind. MELVIN RODRIOUEZ "Coco's" ambition is to be a successful architect. Enjoys Mary's company and having a good time. Most noted: never being serious. Would like to visit Hawaii or Europe. Pet peeve: sentimental people and lectures. "Be yourself!" To college. VIOLA MARIE RIGGINS "Ola" is a future architect. Hypocrites turn her off. Hap- piest with Benny and enjoys being with Linda and Debbie. Would some day like to visit Hollywood. Mr. Hamlet was super! Secretly wishes to be successful. Will always remember mother for being her friend. Philosophy of life is to enjoy it! MANNY RODERIQUES "Mannyrod" Goal: to be mil- lionaire. A friendly guy who adored NBH girls and thought gym OK because it was not work. Minimum attendance was the pits. Being with Jackie a pleasure. Find him at Hazelwood or in Green-Gold courtyard. "Oh, baby!" BRENDA LEE ROGERS Enjoys reading and being with friends. Homework was a bore! NBHS bathing suits were the pits. Meeting new people is nice. Would like to marry someone rich and handsome and then visit Hawaii and Bermuda. "Knock it off!" Most noted for smile. Maybe on to college. "You only live once so live each day to the fulIest!" :Lg ft' ,X ' ti DEREK ROGERS Dreams of being successful Las Vegas casino owner. Fond of swimming, skiing, traveling. Has uncanny ability to get different jobs. Enjoyed being a pool aide and Sci- ence, as well as Ms. Bicker. To SMU, then into science field. TRACEY LIANNE ROSE "Trahee" means to be a man- uscript secretary. Bowling's her fun. Admired Ms. Allen, Mrs. Walker, liked Math and Gym. Height, freckles and constant talking distinctive. One goal is Las Vegas to win heaps of money. Happy with her honey or with India. Prob- ably going to business college next. "Save it!" ROBERT ROY Future electronic technician who enjoys cycling and read- ing. Scornful of those who brag about prowess in sports. Speaks well of Mr. Biscari ta fun teacherj, Ms. Leal and Astronomy. Wants to meet Olivia Newton-John in per- son.To work. 92 GEORGE ROGERS "LT" to college after NBH. Noted for staying home doing homework. Would have liked to visit girls' locker room! Stuckups get on his nerves. Collects coins and bottle caps. Good at dealing with numbers. i'Get sick!" "Partyl" ALAN ROSEMAN "Ftoseman" Secret yen is to see the Rolling Stones in con- cert. Always seen at Button- wood Park. Humiliating when he walked into Green House girls' room. Photography appealed. Either Harvard or Johnson and Wales in his future. To be the owner of a restaurant chain. Loathes fill- ing out questionnaires. SHARON ROY "Sha" likes to collect mush- room items and make people laugh. Known for passing out gum. Liked passing periods and grand people at NBH. Says parents always there to help. Most abashed at her fall in Cafeteria. Annoyed by jocks. "There you go!" To work. WENDY ROGERS Can't stand snobs and formal studies. Procrastinator who's often at Lot 13. It was fine in Mr. GoodfeIlow's Chem. with T,L,S,S,S and J. Psych. not bad either. 'il'm into it!" NELSON ROSONINA "Rock" wants to be a pilot. Hated conceit, early rising, some teachers and being on time. Able to make jokes of anything or anyone. Loves partying, girls and pizza. A Rush fan. Colombia calls. PAUL ROZARIO BRIAN ROSE "Teddy Bear" Will be a chef and open a restaurant. Occu- pational Foods and Mr. Harri- man were a total trip. Loves jokes. to play pool and tell Detests know-it-alls. To John- son and Wales College for the culinary course. LINDA ROUNSEVILLE Linda's ambition is to become a secretary. Horseback riding is her favorite pastime. Despises people who gossip. Wants to see the sunny skies of Hawaii and Florida. Hang- out is East Beach or Brock Ave. "What!" DAVID RUGGERI KIM SUZETTE ROSE "Kimba" wants to serve her God and be a social worker. Always enjoys being in the company of sincere friends. College is next on the agenda. BARBARA ROWLEY "Babsie" Ambition is to be a legal secretary. Peeved by snobby people and hates to be alone. Happy with Mike or friends around Sassaquin Pond. Favorite teacher was Ms. Zola. Liked Junior and Senior years best. "Kiss my grits." Kinyon-Campbell next. LORRAINE RUIZ To be an artist. Gives advice freely to friends. Means to travel the world with someone special, then live on Beverly Hills hilltop. Mrs. Andrade's Spanish was special because everyone was so close. Love isn't love unless it's shared. To art college. "Too badl" PAULO RUSSO "Paulinho" would love to be a pro soccer player and kick the ball till he drops dead. Thank- ful for great parents. Fond of nice NBH girls, lunch, Mr. Broadmeadow and Algebra ll. Going to college and then to Brazil. JOAQUIM SANTOS SANDRA SCHARD "San" is off to college. Mr. Goodfellow was congenial. Most embarrassed when the car had four flat tires. Rainy days on Mondays always get her down. Despises stuck-up people. Valued parents' love and understanding. Would like to see Switzerland. Sagit- tarius, "Live life to the ful- lest." MARIA SALVADOR "Marie" Rules, food and the teachers were disliked at NBHS. To be rich would be enjoyable. Being there when needed is most cherishable about parents. Will go to BCC to further education. Horse- back riding is a favorite. Could be found hanging between Green and Gold. To be able to visit Hawaii would be great. KEVIN SANTOS "Devin" Goal is to get rich. He is heading for college. Hates phonies. Enjoys Val's com- pany. Hangs at Monte's Park and the Core. Funny walking into a pole. Thanks parents for much help. Would like to visit Hawaii. Great being on the track team. Praises Mr. Letendre. t'Get whatever you can out of life and more." CHRISTINE SCHELL "Chris" Ambition is to travel around the world. Enjoys swimming and being with friends. Will always remember Quebec City and "M and M's." Most noted for her love of ice cream. Secretly wishes to be part of the "Jet-Set." Would like to visit Paris, France. Ahead to college. ADALINE SANCHEZ "Giggles" will be attending college in California. Listening to music is most enjoyable. To teach on an Air Force base or overseas is probable fate. "That's just toughl" The games and plays at NBHS were well liked. .Qt -III. fig MARK SANTOS "Sams" heading for the Air Force. Pastime: doing cre- ative things. Notorious for being a punk and wise guy. Happiest with the ladies. Favorite class Black History. Thought woodworking and shop teachers OK. Long remember the way he was brought up. Fantasy is to get rich. Philosophy is "to live a good life." DONNA SCOTT Donna enjoys being with Eddie and eating spaghetti. Can always be found in the girl's room. Cherished par- ents' love and care. Despises people who are stuck-up. Trademarked for being tall and having a great personal- ity. Destined for Hawaii. Col- lege next. ROSA SANCHEZ ,,..-mx I L "i SHELLEY SANTOS "Shell-be" to work for the air- lines. Dislikes phony people and those who interfere with others. Secret yen is to own an Eldorado and to become rich. Parents' love and guid- ance appreciated. Enjoys lis- tening to music and being with family. Would like to visit California. College bound. DENNIS SEGUIN Dennis enjoys hunting and going to parties. Parents' understanding much appreci- ated. Will remember ialwaysj walking into the girls' room his fresh. year. Probable fate is to get married. Mr. Doyle was superfine. To work. DANA PATRICE SANDERS Aims to be a television anchorwoman. Enjoys spend- ing money and dancing. Psy- chology and Mrs. Hassey were the finest. Mom's under- standing much appreciated. Most noted for wearing beads in her hair. Destined for Den- ver. "Lite is shorty live it while you can." Off to college to study communications. DONNA SARMENTO Most content with Pugie. Saddest not with Scott. She enjoys hanging down Cush- man when not working. Remembers parents' love and help. Hates dishonest people. LUIZSENRA 93 DENISE SEQUEIRA become 'tDina" aims to famous. Enjoys softball, roller skating, and playing drums. Saddest when having no money. Rock music is the pits. Liked band and football games best at NBHS. English and Mr. Lanouette were the greatest. "Don't get mad, get even." flf lt fi' KEVIN SHURTLEFF "Shurtleff" to become rich, famous. Wants to settle down. Snobby girls are his pet peeve. Wants to visit Col- orado. Mr. Robinson coming on the P.A. was the worst. Mr. DeSilva's class was the best because it was wild. "Let the good times roll!" "What's up?" ROBYN ANN SILVA "Rob" would like to head for Northeastern for engineering. Hanging with Rinne and Tree was fun and Swim Team was a blast! Thankful for terrific parents. A quiet girl found at Buttonwood. Got to know the guitar man at NBH. Mr. Good- fellow tops! "Reach for the moon and if you miss you'll land on a star!" "Do it up!" 94 'TEE DEBBY SEVIGNY "Giggles" means to become successful. Enjoys horseback riding, dancing and times with Peter. English and Mr. Silva were delicious. Bugged by snobby people. Secret urge is to be married to Peter. Rel- ished parents' trust and understanding. "The tragedy of life is not that it ends so soon, but we wait too long to begin it." 'rw- CATHERINE A. SILVA "Cathy" secretly wishes to get her sister Peggy's report card. Cherished parents' TLC. Will always remember Mr. Edmundson standing on his head. Lack of confidence is her worst fault. Relished times spent with friends and going to parties. Hangs at the BK Lounge. College is her tar- get. "Leave me alone!" SUSAN SILVA "Sue" Aim: Nurse. Enjoys camping, canoeing, photog- raphy, motorcycles, parties. Find her where everyone else is. Fantasy: to meet Mick Jag- ger. Dreams of life on a Swiss mountain. Loved double lunch, Fri. night games, Pho- tography, Mr. Goodfellow. Hilarious when shoes stolen from pool, attended class in socks only! To BCC. SANDRA L. SHAW "Sandy" would like to skydive some day. Going to parties is her fave thing and PK, GM, AR are the company she enjoyed most. Parents' love and understanding will be remembered best. Speaking at the Junior Banquet was horrible but well worth it as Jr. Class Prez. "l'm into it." SMU for accounting. DAVID SILVA "Dave" means to have a suc- cessful oareer in the business world. Painting, ceramics and drawing are his things. lrked by conceited people. Valued parents' kindness and ever- lasting support. Quietness is his trademark. Will never for- get falling up the stairs. "Do unto others as they do unto you." JOE SILVEIRA "Joe Mile" is often seen at the gym or Brooklawn Park area. Liked Reading Room, gym and lunch best at NBHS. Savored time spent with friends. Saddest when alone. Bugged by study halls. To SMU or BCC. "Take it one day at a time." SHARON SHERMAN "Zep" would love to travel to Europe one day. Secretly yearns to be in the front row of a Led Zepplin concert. Can be located at Buttonwood Park with friends. "What- ever!" DIANE SILVA "DamaIi Almasi Zakuja" Enjoys dancing. Noted for being a twin. Her song: l've just begun to love you. Happi- est with the whole family. Remembers posing down at UB, Thanks mother for stick- ing by her. Would like to see Houston. "lf you love some- thing, set it free, if it comes back, it's yours. If it doesn't, it never was." Broadway dancer? LEONARD SIMMONS "Skip" really gets into skiing and hopes some day he'll become a pro! After gradua- tion he's college bound. The parties were great and also Mrs. Parker's class. Lobster fan. Can be found at Button- wood Park. To have a Porsche 911T would be excel- lent! "Live each day as if it were your last." SHEILA SHERMAN Sheila's target is to enter into the business world. Enjoys cruisin' and time spent with Steve. lrked by jocks and disco. Dreams to be in the front row of Bob Seger con- cert. Often seen in back park- ing lot or the fence. Would like to see Hawaii. MARGARET M. SILVA "Peggy" aims to become an RN. Listening to music and talking on phone are favor- ites. Parents' love and guid- ance will always be cherished. Would love to own a Datsun 28OZX and to visit Paris! "No matter how nice it is to say hello, there will always be a painful goodbye." Being our Graduate Editor was great! SUSAN SMIGEL "Sue" is fond of playing the guitar and being with Brian. lrked by study halls and peo- ple that are late. Would like to visit England. Always remem- ber falling down stairs. Can be located in the girl's room. Probable fate is to be mar- ried. -ef DOREEN SMITH Doreen's target is to become an architect. Most noted for sense of humor and always smiling. Bugged by two-faced people. Mr. Anthony and Sci- ence were excellent. Often found in Gold House Office. Valued parents' understand- ing. Probable fate is to become a waitress. "Buzz off!" SANDRA SMITH "Sandy," whose favorite pas- time is partying, is happiest going to concerts. Enjoys being with Mike. Noted for wrecking her car. She disliked formal studies. Goodfellow's class was the best because of L.R., W.R., and S.S. On to col- lege next. VENILIA SOUSA "Vee" to be rich and famous. ls happy listening to music. Secretly wants to meet Barry Gibb. Hated studies, gym, and rules. Would love to travel to Florida and Europe. History was the funniest with Mr. Hathaway. Probably headed for business school. wr HEATHER SMITH "HS" is off to a career in nursing. Treasured times spent with Marc. Trade- marked for her long legs. Par- ents' love and consideration much appreciated. Mr. Kelly was the utter end! Secretly wishes to become rich. "Wicked!" Often found at Brooklawn Park. College bound. MONICA SOARES Monica deplores doing home- work or schedule mix-ups. Happiest listening to music. Hopes to live comfortably and visit Las Vegas. Falling on the ice on the way to school will always be remembered. Future secretary or steward- ess. -"'w...-f--.. . ,A -pq DARLENE SOUZA Enjoys making people laugh. Meditating and crazy discus- sions were wild in History class. Moody people are very much disliked. Could be found hanging between Green and Gold courtyard. Swimming, dancing and lis- tening to music, esp. Bob Seger are all well liked. "Take your time. Do it right." . F 9 x X I JEANINE L. SMITH "Nene" would love to visit Egypt, own a Mercedes sports and buy one for Mom. Strives to dance on Broadway but most likely will become a psychologist. The love of Mom and Gail and compan- ionship of Toni and Gail will never be forgotten. NBHS and Onset hold most sincere memories. "Wow!" 'Sci BERNADETTE SOUCY "Bernie," a roller skater and bike rider. Contented with her boyfriend, Jimmy. Liked the kids at NBH, Mr. Pepin and Data Processing because it was interesting and the teacher was funny. Plans to get married and have a good long life. X all NICOLE ST. PIERRE "Nicky" plans career in veter- inary medicine. Track, field hockey, and Dragons and Dungeons are her favorites. Secretly dreams to play on the Olympic Field Hockey Team. lrked by ignorance. Biology and Mrs. Ouimet were untoppable. Often seen in the gym or the dungeon. "Ya know!" College bound. I .5 if :W E LESLIE SMITH Leslie means to become a secretary. Happiest when in Falmouth. Bugged by her for- getfulness. Most noted for gaping. Would like to visit lre- land. Can be located at the pool area. "Oh yea!" EDUARDA SOUSA "Eddy" plans a business career. Enjoys spending money and being with DOM. Secretly wishes Monza would turn into a Mazda RX7. Bug- ged by crowded halls and get- ting up early. Mr. Longo and Mr. Brum were the best. Worst fault is being impatient. "So darling?" ROBIN JOY STALLINGS "Tookie" will probably enter the Air Force. ls noted for being loud. Could be found hanging in Gold House girls' room. Being with Stacey and Denise was lots of fun. Being with all her male friends is her hangup! Playing basketball is most enjoyed. "Live life to its fullest." KISS 108's her sta- tion. PETER SMITH "Smitty" loves weights and partying with the crew on Sat- urday night. Can be found at Buttonwood Park or at Moe's Gym. Loved playing football and baseball at NBHS. Secretly wishes to have foot- ball coaches line up for up- downs. Special thanks to Mr. Oliver for making NBHS that much better. TERESA SOUSA "Terrie" plans to pursue a career in medical technology. Secretly longs to tour the world. Saddest when her car is sick. Valued parents' sup- port. Can be located at the beach or Tan parking lot. "Live one day at a time and to its fullest because there may never be a tomorrow." Col- lege bound. RICHARD STERLING 95 JOHN STONE "Stoney" means to become a pro drummer. Happiest when playing the drums and with the guys. Most noted for his Benny Hill impersonations. Secret urge is to be able to play drums for a well-known rock band. Major subjects were the pits. l'You dun it, Ralph." BRENDA SURPFIENANT "Snow-ball" plans on achiev- ing a secretarial degree from BCC. Couldn't stand attend- ance rules at NBHS. Cher- ishes mother's love and understanding. ls noted for having a big mouth and likes being with Buddy. Always enjoys playing sports. "Save it!" JEFFREY STOTT Jeff is happiest clearing 18 feet pole vaulting and saddest in any math class. Can be found at the gym. Yen to see Hawaii. Though homework and term papers are least liked, on to college. Listening to music on WCOZ is a favor- ite pastime. "Calm down." QL . 'S I CATHY SWAYE Enjoys swimming and happi- est on weekends. "What?" Can be found in Fairhaven with friends. Chemistry with Mr. Kobza was super! Hated homework but loved lunch. Will remember parents' help and love. Future teacher. Would like to see Hawaii. "You only live once." On to college. GINA SYLVIA Gina will cherish parents' understanding. Enjoyed being with Chris, eating pizza, and Pottery. Lunch was the best at NBHS. 96 , .QISME , as 3 I 5 2 get g lgfjtttft I wh, c -aL... at 1. JACKIE SYLVIA "Yackie" aims to become a lawyer. Being with Eric, Jr. and Lamont are her things. Can be located at Monte's Park or the Core. Will remem- ber falling down stairs in front of the guys. Mr. Hamlet and Science were commendable. Cherished parents' TLC. Secretly wishes to become rich and visit Vegas. Ahead to college. WILLIAM STOWELL "Billiam" enjoys bowling and reading Edgar Allan Poe. Miss Bizzarro was the teacher he approved. DANIEL SWIFT TONI STFIOUD "Tellie" enjoys sports and being with friends. Can be found at the United Front or Core. Bothered by people who don't mind their own business. Will always remem- ber going to school with two socks on one foot. Secretly wishes to become rich. Par- ents' love and understanding appreciated. To work. ABIGAIL SWISTAK "Abby" enjoys being with the gang from softball. Mr. Flos- cow's Chemistry class was super. Disliked food and homework at NBHS. "Tell me about it!" Would some day like to see Bermuda. Senior Lounge and Reading Floom were great. On to college. LAUFIIE A. SYLVIA To become a registered nurse. Happiest with Brian and saddest while working. Usually seen at Hazelwood or Brock Ave. Mr. Kobza's Chemistry class was fun. Also enjoyed resource centers and lunch. Embarrassed when she still had tags on her dress at Jr. Banquet. Secret wish: to become rich. On to college. LYNN SYLVIA "Joe" hopes to be married and have children. Mr. Kelly was a trip. Secret urge is to marry Billy and live near the ocean. Noted for blue eyes. Would like to visit Hawaii. Val- ued parents' understanding. Can be located most tre- quently in the parking lot. To work. "Hey, Joe!" PATRICIA SULLIVAN "Pat" aims to become a nurs- ery school teacher. Ice skat- ing, roller skating, and being with friends are her thing. Secret yen is to become rich and famous. Hopes to one day own her own nursery school. Child Care and Mrs. Chooporian were the best. "Hey, what's up?" Would like to see California. COFIY SYLVIA MICHAEL SYLVIA BRIAN TARDIF Aims to be a broadcaster. Happiest when with friends outside of school. Yearns to be famous and to visit Califor- nia. Known for his short tem- per. Enjoys listening to WCOZ. Mr. Kelly was super. L GILBERT TEIXEIRA "Gilly" Ambition is to become a pro tennis player. Bugged by show-offs. Tennis and photography are his activities. Noted for his ability to play tennis. Can be found in Green House or on the courts. Por- tuguese was heartwarming. "lf first you don't succeed, try again." Oh, to meet Bjorn Borg in person! GREGORY TODMAN "Greg" to be a photographer. ls happy with Estelle. Hopes to visit St. Thomas. Photogra- phy was the best with Mr. Mil- lette. "Get married, and raise my children to be good citi- zens." "That's alright!" MARGARET TAVARES Margaret enjoys being with friends and going out. Both- ered by clogged halls and those who lack enthusiasm. Secret urge is to own and fly a private plane. Curly hair and her smile are her trademarks. Mr. Kobza and Mr. Brum were congenial. "What the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve." SHEILA TEIXEIRA "Shee" enjoys listening to music and Chinese food. Secretly wants to become an actress. Can be found at United Fronts. Happiest hanging with Rox, Kath, and Ver. Would someday like to own a Mercedes sport. lrked by those who don't mind their business. "Simple, Dip!" 'Q I i LISA ANNE TOLENTINO "Bonehead" Can be found down by the gyms. Being lazy can be a problem. Dreams of seeing Hawaii. Enjoys Julie's company. Will remember par- ents for being there when needed. Embarrassed when her bathing suit top dropped! NBHS athletic events 31. Off to college and into the medi- cal field. "What's up?" PETER TAVARES "Pete" to become electrical engineer. Enjoys listening to hi-fi and riding motorcycles. Hated wearing full body cast Junior year. Mr. Gill was favorite but disliked Guid- ance. Yearns to be the best. Would like to visit California but now on to college. "There is a time and a place for everything." -R'-'p TRACIE TEODORO Yearns to live forever. Happi- est when skiing, hiking. Rus- sell's company appreciated. Secretly wishes to live in New Hampshire and own a horse. Thanks parents for all their help. A Senior Lounge fan. Ireland would be a nice place to visit. Off to business school to become a secretary. EXSILDA TORO "Cie Cie" aims to be a mis- sionary. Happiest playing gui- tar and time spent with Lo Lo. Most noted for her big smile and wearing dresses every day. Likely to visit Jerusalem. Secretly wishes to be married on a desert isle. ROTC was greatest. Lack of confidence is her hang up. Means to preach the Gospel. -1 TERESA TAVARES "T" to become a model. ls happy with Tex. Wants to visit Hawaii. Hangs around Tan- Blue. Remembers parents because they got her through school. Black History was the best because everybody knew each other. "Double." May be cosmetologist in Cali- fornia one day. SHER TEXEIRA "Cher" to one day become a famous sports commentator and take over Jane Kenne- dy's job. Noted for being sports editor of Crimson Courier. Enjoys time spent with Derwin. Joy at all football and basketball games. To become Mrs. Derwin C. Wat- kins? On to Howard Univer- sity to major in Journalism. "Yaah!" RICHARD TRACY "Dick Tracy" plans a career in dentistry. Most likely to be found at the roller rink. Mr. Kelly was incredibly good as a teacher, Contented when he is bowling with friends. QQ AURORA TEIXEIRA "Texie" aims to be a nurse practitioner. Listening to music's her thing. Parents' understanding appreciated. The wide range of courses at NBHS was admirable. Hates know-it-alls. Slipping down- stairs awkwardly while people stared abashed her. "Enjoy life."To SMU. ALLEN THOMAS "Al" Would like to be a pro- fessional musician. Guitar is his obsession and he must play his in a rock band at Providence Civic Center. He lauds the attractive female population at NBH, deplores girls who want to run his life. Always in a good mood. There aren't enough hours in a day to play his guitar. RICHARD TUCHMAN Richard is off to college to become educated. Will recall the Palace, the Sled and even Race the Ciock. Thanks to Mr. J.O., Mrs. N.P., and Mrs. C.H. for their many kind- nesses. Will always regret desultory ways of fresh. year. "There is more to life than venery, isn't there?" 97 JOE A. VALENTE Joe plans to work in construc- tion. Soccer, swimming and times spent with Ilda were val- uable. Hangs out at the beach or in Tan House. Most noted for playing soccer. "Enjoy life today and don't worry about tomorrow, for it may not be there." To work. LUISA VELAZQUEZ "Weasy" Her ambition is to own a boutique. Her plans are to marry Lee and visit the Vir- gin lslands and Puerto Rico. Mr. Letendre, Mrs. S. are muy simpatico. Most noted for being a crazy person. Paren- tal love and understanding were endless. Secretly wishes she could be a rich police- woman. "Mira!" CARLOS VIEIRA Plans to attend college. Likes photography, fishing and camping. Touring Europe would be super. Algebra ll, football games and new friends were all grand at NBHS. Gratitude for parents' help and support. "Life, you 'nake it what it isp make it great." Contributing Ed. of yearbook. 98 f i LYNNE B. VANCOUR "Lynnie" is her saddest when there's nothing happening. Happiest with Marty. Dancing and basketball amuse her. Can be found at the "Rock" on Potter St. Gets hung up trying to be on time but always being late. "Eye Yie!" Will try acting and secretarial work. CHRISTINE VEARY "Chris" Future athletic trainer. ls noted for her sports ability. Parents' love and encouragement never to be forgotten. Will always cherish the closeness and great times shared with NBH field hockey team. Thought Mr. Goodfel- low's amusing personality made his classes worthwhile. CARMEN VELAZQUEZ JEFF VENTURA Would like to see Calif. one day. Could be found standing in Green-Gold courtyard. Likes being with Liz. Thanks Mom and Dad for all their help, love, understanding. "Live life to the fullest and enjoy it while you can: you only live once." CLARA VIEIRA "Claire," who wants to be an interior designer, has a superb sense of humor. Means to see Texas some day. Dreams of life on a ranch. Deplores those teach- ers and counselors who didn't care isome didi. Mrs. Mellen in Int. Design and Mr. Cam- poli in Music dedicated teach- ers. "Whatever turns you on." ,qs LEONARD VERVILLE "Lenny" wants to become an engineer. Bowling's his sport. Some day will own a 911SC Porsche. Mr. Kelly was mem- orable. KAREN VIEIRA "Muma" impresses everyone with her craziness. Cheering for good old NBHS was truly terrific. Over-stuffed Honda Civic was sight to behold. Never forget Mr. Goodfel- low's Chemistry class. Happy being out with Frank and other friends and having a good time. "Live life to the fullest." ALFRED VIEIRA Everyone knows that he lives in the Crimson Courier Office. What else can we say? MARY T. VIEIRA "Boom-Booms" would like to expand her nursing skills. A job in the medical field would be satisfying. Said to have a good sense of humor. Some day wants to see Egypt. Super time in Mr. Pepin's English. "But seriously!" "Try the best you can and do the best at it." i LINDA VELAZQUEZ "Chunky" wants to own her own restaurant. Loves to draw and wants to visit Paris. Hangs out in the Dean's Office. Secret wish is to go back into the Roaring Twen- ties. Remembers parents for love and understanding. Mr. Biscari's French class was tres degage. "Do I owe you money?" ANA VIEIRA "Annabelle" aims to be a reg- istered nurse. Wishes to see if it's really better in the Baha- mas. Would she ever love to be marooned on an isle with Burt Reynolds! Seen carrying heaps of books. Hear her say- ing, "That's absurd." Worst fault is lack of confidence. Mr. Edmundson stands out. Col- lege next. SANDRA VIERA "Spacey Sandy" wants to be a court reporter and to visit California. Went crazy with Deb C. wearing green glasses at the Mall. Secret wish is to be stuck with Carl T. Found Ms. Burchell's English class hilarious. Says her parents were strict but cool. "Flip me out totally!" DONNA VIGEANT "Little V" is off to college. Would some day like to be president of a large corpora- tion. Happiest with Mike and Rick and turned off by con- ceit. Hawaii sounds exotic, but a Mazda RX-7 sounds even better. Her philosophy: don't worry about what you can't change. "What am I gonna do'?" 11 DAVE WILDE Making pots of money is his fantasy, playing basketball his amusement. Parents let him get away with murder. Woods, Journalism and pass- ing periods were brightest spots in the day. Mr. Mello was a trip. Contempt for those who think they're supe- rior. "Hey, leave me alone, l'm Polish." JEFFEFZY P. VIGER "JP" is into scuba diving and sailing. Wants to keep a per- manent tan. Wishes to see Fantasy Island. Crushed when he ran out of gas and his Dad picked him up. ls happiest with Brook. Noted for jumping guard rails. Eternal memory of parents' Midnight Gas Sta- tion! 'fb' SHAWN DAMON WILEY "Special Delivery" Aims to become a great writer. Loves spending time with Sandra. Noteworthy smile. Plans to go to college in California. Notes the way his mother always provided for him. lf it's meant to be, it's meant to be. "What's up?" DAG WAHLBERG Running, talking, good books and sports are favorite pas- times. Worst fault is not showing his feelings. Wants to visit a deserted island. People and possibilities are best things about NBHS. Ambition is to find a way. "Yes, I like it here." Our Rotary Youth Exchange Student. KRISTINE WINTERSON "Kris" wants to be a special ed. teacher. Neil Young is good listening. Thanks Mom for letting her have all the par- ties. Secret wish is to be filthy rich. Mr. Medeiros' Portu- guese class gave good times. Hung around back of the parking lot. Hawaii in her stars? UMass. ahead. -ll. vi' LORI WARRINGTON Her ambition is to become a computer programmer, after attending college. Gets into running track, football games and Spirit Week. Loads of fun in Dr. Wilusz's Chem. class. Can't stand people who ask dumb questions. Braids in hair are her distinction. HILARY WOOD Totally happy partying with close friends. Private urge to travel in a Mercedes Sports Coupe. Memorable occasion was being accused of stealing her own car! Can't take those long, drawn-out announce- ments. Science and Mr. Ros- cow passed the test. "Yah, right." Will try to make it through college with few q Q an-.----.n-0l.". Q 1 1 I ' C7 ' .. - . .-.-,-.--.J F! .L .. i STEVEN YOUNGBLOOD "Steve" would like to be a lawyer. Wishes he could meet Paul McCartney. Never forget traveling with his parents. Still wants to see NY. Incredible: he knows the presidents in order! Liked NBH atmosphere and especially being with Dana. Mr. Cabral and Mr. Walsh unique. Too quiet, but he's going to college. problems. ,Ani -1 JOSEPH DE BURGO "Joe" will go into Marines. His pastime is playing soccer at NAACP. Ecstatic when with a beautiful girl. Known for wearing African clothes. He votes for Black History, Twinkie, "More Bounce to the Ounce" and S.O,S. "Life is to live today, die tomorrow." BRIAN WILCOX Farm veterinarian's Brian's ambition. Happiest camping, swimming and just at the farm. Strong desire to live in Franconia, N.H. Getting his desk dragged out of Geome- try class into the hall upset him. Thanks parents for understanding his problems. Noted for selling quail eggs. Mr. O's class was craziest. "Hey, Bah!" DEBORAH WOODFKUFF "Debby" is a future architect. Fond of frisbee and rollers- kating. Mr. Goodfellow's class was supersonic. Found with Joe or at Pine Hill Park. Secretly desires to be a model. Liked G-lunch and teachers. "Yee-ha!" On to college. "Live each day as if it were your last." Not Pictured, But Not Forgotten: MICHAEL ALVES LEO ANDRADE Big aim is to leave NBHS. Known for homeroom tardiness. D.E. was dynamite. Mr. Biscari's jokes flipped him out. Fond of parties and people, especially NBH girls. Wants to be known worldwide. Not sure where he's headed. "Do unto oth- ers as they do unto you." ROBERT ARSENA ULT "Bobby Burner" digs partying and listening to rock. Disco detester. Hilarious when he ran into Mr.. Calnan. Thought Mr. DaSilva's class a comedy because students teased him. Sharon Mello's his choice of company. "I was put here to be what l am, not what people want me to be." DONNA BEDIENT ANN-MARIE BOISVERT KEVIN BURGO DEBRA CAMPOS "Spacey Deb" heading for California. Aims to be a stewardess. Happy cruising or hanging out at Buttonwood. Really dug going wild down halls with Sandy. Get- ting pulled into b.r. by Ronnie. was a trip. Lucky to have had Mrs. Walker. Thanks for understanding parents. "Wickedg can you rel- ate?" 100 PETER CHAGARULY MICHAEL CONWARD SANDRA COSTA DENIS CRAVO KATHY CROMWELL "Katt" would like to join the Air Force and be a military nurse. Excellent times with Kim, Debbie and Jackie. Had a blast in Mr. Silva's Eng. Abashed when she fell off the wall trying to be cool. Often at Monte's Park. Desires to return to NB and help those who need it. "That's my man!" .- JOHN ANDRADE SCOTT CUNHA LEO DALEY ANN-MARIE DANIELS JAMES DE COSTA CARLOS DE LA CRUZ ANTHONY DE MELO ADELINO DE OLIVEIRA "Al" Aim is to be a suc- cess. Most noted for his smile. Buttonwood Park's a habit. Hopes to join the Air Force, become rich, own five BMW's. Enjoys playing football and basketball. Will long remember parents' understanding. "lf you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen." DANA DESROCHERS Hockey enthusiast. Gets into parties and concerts. Appreciated NBHS D.E. course. Found everywhere in this building. Says disco is the pits and WAAF is the ultimate answer. KENNETH BIZZARO STEVEN DION ALBERTO DUARTE VINCE FERMINO DAVID FERREIRA KENNETH FERRO WILLIAM FLAGG MARIA G. FURTADO DENNIS GOMES DEAN GONSALVES Ambition is to attend trade school. Hates rock music. Digs scop- ing the girls. Will ever recall walking from Fair- haven in the rain. Pat- rick and Ronnie make good company. His palce is West End Park. Grateful to mother for way he was brought up. Means to see Fla. Desti- nation unknown. MARY ANN HUTCHIN- SON NERYS LARACUENTE PEDRO LARACUENTE LISA LEFFLER MEG DONAHUE MARK LLOYD THURMAN LONDON KELLEE LOWNEY TERRIE MaCDONALD KATHLEEN MICHAELS "Kath" Goal is fashion model. Happiest when Rick's home. Ever con- tent with Teresa, Shee, Aurianne, Ricky H., Glanda. Heading out to D.C. Fantasy's to be a success. Noted for jet black hair. Values maternal understand- ing. Will probably study fashion merchandising. ROBERT MILLIGAN WADE MONTEIRO MARIO NIEUWENHUIZEN LESLIE OLIVEIRA EMANUEL PAIVA CARL PAULINO LUCY PEREIRA MICHAEL PIVA DIANE RAMOS JOHN RAMOS MANUEL REBEIRO MARIA ROSA LAURENCE ROTHWELL CARLOS SANTOS JOSEPH SILVIA MICHAEL SIROIS RUSSEL SYLVIA CELESTE TODMAN CHRISTOPHER TONG DAVID VEGA "Dave" Ambition is to graduate. Sports and good company are his needs. Bothered by drugs. Science is for him. Can be found at the Park or between Gold and Blue. Wishes to become famous ath- lete. 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W " Y., M WM ,M ,,L., ii' F"-tim Busted! Where do I put my butts? You should pay ME! Do the Diggle Wigg Was It somethmg I sand? What's your function? Who needs tissues? 4 I" Where the Seniors Live Abelha, A. 31 Concord 45 Acevedo, V. 131 Blackmer 44 Acosta, E. 1094 Cove R. 44 Aguiar, D. 74 Longview R. 45 Ainsworth, H. 37 Morelands Ter. 40 Alejandro, E. 169 Fillmore 46 Alexander, H. 25 York 44 AUOFISO, M. 1024 Sheffield 45 Alkalay, I. 130 Hawthorn 40 Allen, D. 18 Junior 40 Almeida, C. 223 Grinnell 40 Almeida, D. 277 Court 40 Almeida, Hel. 331 Rivet 44 Almeida, Hil. 266 Orchard 40 Alpert, M. 95 Plymouth 40 Alvarez, Jr. 111 Aries D. 46 Alves, Ma. 212 Harwich 45 Alves, Mi. 63 Luke 40 Amaral, A. 105 Bonney 40 Amaral, C. 18 Greendale, So. D. Amaral, H. M. 30 Irene 45 Amaral, Man. 8 Mulberry 40 Amaral, Ma. C. 53 Swift 44 Amaral, M. D. 154 Davis 46 Amaral, M. L. 290 Orchard 40 Amaral. R. 44 Independent 44 Amaro, A. 11 Monroe D. 46 Amorin K. 50 Dartmouth 40 Amorin, S. 43 Agnes 45 Anderson, S. 1315 Phillips R. 45 Andrade, H. 49 Maitland 40 Andrade, J. 130 Fair 40 Andrade, L. 62 Rockdale A, 40 Andrade, M. L. 59 Jonathan 40 Andrade, N. 633 County 40 Andrade, Th. 643 Union 40 Andrade, Tr. 173 Acushnet A. 40 Andre, F. 124 Rivet 44 Andrews, R. 235 North 40 Andrews, S. 35 Pierce 40 Anthony, K. 9 Valentine 44 Antonietta, S. 34 Agnes 45 Anuszczyk, J. 257 Clifford 45 Araujo, C. 113 Mashpee Ct. 40 Araujo, Jr. 288 Belair 45 Aronberg, R. 52 Cherokee Ct. 40 Arruda, K. 22614 State 40 Arruda, M. 28 Gosnold 40 Arruda, P. 241 Matthew 40 Arsenault, R. 1529 Pedanaram A. 44 Audel, N. 73 Greenbriar D. 45 Audette, C. 180 Appleton 45 Auger, S. 91 Hathaway B. 40 Augusto, Da. 116 Eugenia 45 Augusto, Di. 116 Eugenia 45 AVBIBY, M. E. 17 Hall 40 Avelar, T. 248 Rivet 44 Avylla, V. 419 Ashley B. 46 Bagaco, M. 60 Winsor 44 Bailey, C. 120 Clifford 45 Baker, K. 12 Yale 46 Barbosa, M. 178 Reynolds 46 Barboza, J. 103 Griffin Ct. 40 Barboza, M. 37C Bayberry R. 40 Barboza, P. 893 County 40 Barra, C. 64 Parker 40 Barrieau, J. 66 Metcalfe 45 Barros, J. 107 Central A. 45 Barros, Sp. 120 Hathaway R. 46 Barros, Su. 689 Summer 46 Barrow, T. 73 Greenbrier D. 45 Barton, E. 198 Highland 46 Baatos, D. 114 Willis 40 Bateman, S. 819 N. Main, A. 43 Bates, C. 993 PineHill D. 45 Baulier, M. 353 Wood 45 Baylies, M. 494 Church 46 Beauregard, J. 193 Palmer 40 Bebis, C. 675 Union 40 Bedient, D. 36 Dudley 44 Beehan, D. 109 Robeson 40 Belliveau, Jr. 782 Kempton 40 Belmiro, D. 07 Birchwood D. 45 Bergeron, N. 530 Hawes 45 Bessette, Jr. 16 Lambert, A. 43 Bizarro, K. 122 Mott 44 Blaise, L. 8 Norwood, A. 43 Blake, P. 85 Sycamore 40 Blanchett, N. 111 Alva 40 Boisvert, A. 337 Tinkham 45 Boisvert, A-M. 82 Middle R., A. 43 Bonville, A. 140 S. Main, A. 43 Borges, A. 201 Davis 46 Botelho, D. 12 Wilbur 43 Botelho, G. 643 County 40 Boucher, D. 975 Pontiac 44 Bourassa, H. 44 Lucas 44 Bourgeois, M. 220 Appleton 45 Bradshaw, M. 66 Norman 44 Bralewski, W. 382 Wood 45 Branco, R. 15 Welcome 44 Branquinho, J. 129 Division 44 Brennan, B. 129 Bullock 40 Bretal, M. 32 McGurk 44 Brito, A. 43 Rounds 40 Brito, C. 142 Purchase 40 Britto, D. 49 Stackhouse 40 Britto, J. 129 Acushnet A. 40 Britto, L. 13 Shawnee Ct. 40 Brown, D. 909 County 40 Brum, D. 91 Jouvette 44 Bulgar, D. 473 Maxfield 40 Burgo, K. 115 Mashpee C. 40 Cabral, L. 11 Mapleview Ter. 40 Cabral, M. J. 91 Durfee 40 Cabral, M. M. 388 Fleed 40 Cabral. S. 81 Hillman 40 Calnan, D. 170 Rounds 40 Calvin, D. 570 Allen 40 Camacho, D. 72 Lambert, A. 43 Camacho, W. 2 Beetle Ct, 46 Camboia, C. 25 Stackhouse 40 Campos, D. 55 Carlisle 45 Caneira, C. 157 Bolton 40 Canery, M. 451 Maxlleld 40 Cardoza, D. 55 Salisbury 44 Caron. C, 20 Emery 44 Carpenter, R. 26 James 40 Carr, S. 470 Sawyer 46 Carreiro, A. 43 McCombs B. 40 Carreiro, R. 252 Princeton 46 Carreiro, V. 365 Hersom 46 Castro, R. 116 Colonial D. 46 Catulo, L. 680 Church 45 Chaguruly, P. 75 Glennon 45 Chandler, C. 74 Independent 44 Chase, B. 283 Shaw 45 Chausse, J. 1116 Westgate 46 Christian, T. 40 Newton 40 Clark, Di. 55 Lake 40 Clark, Do, 55 Lake 40 Clementino, R. B6 Nash R. 46 Clementino, V. 86 Nash R. 46 Clements, M. 35 Plymouth 40 Clitl, S. 3968 Acushnet A. 45 Cloutier, D. 36 Frank, A. 43 Cloutier, R. 273 Cornell 40 Coelho, B. 1587 Acushnet A. 46 Collet, S. 90 Fern 44 Comeau, K. 241 State 40 Concaison, J. 79 Easton 46 Conde, A. 52 Rotch 40 Connulty, L. 109 Carroll 40 Constant, M. 4174 Acushnet A. 45 Conward, M. 135 Chancery 40 Cormier, M. 79 Bullard 46 Cornell, E. 158 Summit 40 Correa, D. 76 Beetle 45 Correia, F. 76 Dunbar 40 Correia, K. 233 Tarkiln Hill 46 Correia, P. 15 Seaview Ter. 44 Correia, R. 1398 Sassaquin A. 45 Cosme, R. 132 Blackmer 44 Costa. A. 670 S. First 44 Costa, S. 113 Rockland 40 Cote, P. 129 Tallman 46 Coucci, S. B3 Mt. Vernon 40 Couto, A. M. 268 N, Front 45 Couto, G. 323 Hersom 45 Couto, K. 429 Wood 45 Craig, E. 22 Nautilus 44 Craveiro, L. 221 Cornell 40 Cravo, D. 77 Linden 40 Cromwell, K. 290 Mt. Pleasant 40 Crowell, J. 427 Valley R. 45 Crowlher, S. 33 Arlington 45 Cruz, E. 246 Smith 40 Cunha, S. 474 Ashley Bl. 45 Cusson, Jr. 97 Durlee 40 DaCosta, M. 943 County 40 DaCosta, T. 183 Tinkham 46 DaCruz, P. 146 Pleasant 40 Daley, L. 16 Thornton, A. 43 Daniels, A. 177 Deerfield R. 45 Dapont, R. 93 l-lolly 45 DaPonte, C. 67 Norman 44 DaSiIva, C. 77 Nautilus 44 DaSilva, F. 988 County 40 DaSilva, M. 55 County 40 Davies, M. 96 Madison 40 DeBurgo, J. 83 Sycamore 40 DeCosta, J. 195 Glennon 45 DeCosta, S. 22 Cottage 40 DeCunha, A. 210 Rounds 40 DeFrias, N. 114 Thompson 40 DeLaCruz, C. 430 Rivet 44 Demanche, A. 326 Tinkham 46 DeMedeiros, L. 100 Holly 46 DeMeIIo, M. E. 155 Ruggles 40 DBMBIO, A. 168 Belleville Fi, 45 DeMeIo, M. 166 Nash R. 46 Demers, M. 42 Liberty 40 DeMorais, L. 124 Collette 46 Demoranville, B. 2242 Acushnet A. 45 De0Iiveira, A. 365 County 40 DePina, A. 23 Whitman 45 DePina, C. 86 Walden 40 DePina, E. 18 Bedford 40 Desaultels, P. 10 Snowfields R., Matt 39 DeSousa, Jr. 1 Landry 46 DeSousa, M. 405 Tarkiln Hill 45 Desrochers, D. 14 White 45 Dias, B. 655 Kempton 40 Dias, Jr. 360 Smith 40 Dias, M. 156 Greenwood 40 Dickens, R. 560 Cottage 40 Dickinson, W. 143 Nestles L., A. 43 Donahue, M. 148 Sycamore 40 Dotftego, D. 63 independent 44 Dos Santos, M. 94 Hawthorn 40 Drayton, N. 162 Chancery 40 Duarte, A. 38 Irvington 45 Duarte, E. 334 Brock A. 44 Duarte, M. 367 State 40 Dutty, B. 10 Yates 45 Dugan, M. B. 120 Reynolds 40 Dunn, R. 103 Sycamore 40 Dupre, K. 191 Glennon 45 Dupuis, M. 463 Ashley B. 46 Dupuis, S. 64 Ocean 40 Durant, J. 2 Beetle Ct. 46 Durocher, B. 18 Washington A. 40 Eastman, G. 135 Court 40 Eaton. T. 130 Ash 40 Enos, G. 45B Cherrytree L. 40 ESUGIB, l. 129 Dean 46 Farias, D. 345 Bolton 40 Farias. M. D. 346 N. Front 46 Farias, M. 9 Tallman 46 Farney, C. 197 Mt. Vernon 40 Farney, L. 197 Mt. Vernon 40 Feldman, J. 273 Coggeshall 46 Fellouris, H. 1290 Rockdale A. 40 Fermino, V. 132 Topham 46 Fernandes, A. 2 Margin 44 Fernandes, M. 30 Milford 46 F6fl1lflde8, R. 7 Phillips A. 46 Fernandez, T. 266 Nash R. 46 Ferreira, D. 35 independent 44 Ferreira, 0. 159 Whitman 46 Ferreira, Ft. 379 N. Front 45 Ferreira, S. 273 Park 40 Ferreira, V. 163 Butler 44 FGYYO, K. 183 Washington 40 Ferro, T. 8 Michael Way, A. 43 Fichtenmayer, K. 243 Pope 40 Fineberg, S. 658 Rockdale A. 40 Finkel, S. 269 Nemasket 40 Fish, B. 403 Valley R. 45 Fines. w. 233 church 46 Fogaren, M. 308 Hawes 45 Foley, M. 102 Topham 46 Fonseca, K. 214A Bryant Ln. 40 Fonseca, P. 255 S. Second 40 Fontaine, D. 264 Appleton 45 Fortes, P. 125 Oak 40 FOUfl1lBf, J. 17 Mill R., A. 43 Francisco, A. 8 Beetle 46 FTBDZBII, T. 1369 Purchase 40 Frates, K. 105 Hathaway B. 40 Freitas, D. 33 Winsor 44 Freitas, L. 161 Sycamore 40 Freitas, W. 89 Colonial D. 46 Fuller. S. 255 Reed 40 Furtado, M. 33 Hicks 40 Furtado, V. 51 Norman 44 Fyock, H. 105 Hathaway B. 40 Gabriel, Y. 112 Pleasant 40 Galarza, S. 15 Shawnee Ct, 40 Galipaau, P. 189 Bates 45 Galley, R. 69 Wamsutta A., A. 43 Garcia, L. 175 Phillips A. 46 Garr, D. 237 Maxfield 40 Garrison, D. 2114 Phillips R. 45 Gasper, F. 61 County 44 Giesta, M. 155 Princeton 45 Gioiosa, M. 254 Church 46 Glassman, A. 452 Clinton 40 Goes, D. 46 Aquidneck 44 Gomes, A. 651 Kempton 40 Gomes, B. 6 Timberlane R, 45 Gomes, Da. 161 Gayhead Ct, 40 Gomes, Deb. 9 Fairfield, A. 43 Gomes, Den. 161 Gayhead Ct. 40 Gomes, G. 60 Hope 40 Gomes, I. 22 Sycamore 40 Gomes, Jac. 243 Chancery 40 Gomes, Joao 132 Morgan 40 Gomes, L. 1046 Bowles 45 GOITIGI, M. 29 Edward 40 GOIHGS, T. 13 E. Rod. Fr. B. 44 Gonsalves, C. 4412 Acushnet A. 45 Gonsalves, D. 302 Chancery 40 Gonsalves, Dean 523 Farm 40 Gonzalez, S. 380 Reed 40 Gooden, M. 8 Shawnee Ct. 40 Gooden, W. 8 Shawnee Ct. 40 Goodman, D. 304 Hawthorn 40 Goaselin, M. 17 Kenney 40 Goulart, E. 27 Viall 44 Goulart, K. 15 Brock A. 44 Grace, N. 346 Maple 40 Gracia, Li. 467 Cottage 40 Gracia, Ly. 47 Lawson A.,A. 43 Gflndo, G. 15 Templeton 40 Granger, M. 72 Mt. Vernon 40 Gray, R. 167 Davis 46 Gray, S. 67 Blaze R. 45 Green, H. 1461 Pleasant 46 Grimes, M. 139 Armsby 45 Guerreiro, W. 32 Viall 44 Gyukeri, D. 609 Union 40 Haddocks, B. 181 James 40 Haddocks, R. 8 Hunter 40 Harris, S. 23 Desautels 46 Healey, S. 250 Harwich 45 Hernandez, N. 54 Liberty 40 Heskett, J. 189 Plamer 40 Hines, D. 207 Durfee 40 Hines, K. 207 Durtee 40 Hodson, L. 3166 Acushnet A. 45 Horner, R. 622 Maxfield 40 Hougasian, E. 345 Arnold 40 Hunt, N. 18 Felton 45 Hutchinson, M. A. 672 Kempton 40 lacoponi, M. 58 Newcombe 45 Iacoponi, L. 27 Elmwood R. 40 llh8l'W00d, l. 31 Bradford 40 Jacobs, M. 108 Sycamore 40 Jardin, A. 119 South 40 Jardin, C. 11 Greenbrier Ct. 45 Jardin, K. 456 Wood 45 Jason, L. 22 DeWolfe 40 Jerome, T. 1 163 Joyce 45 Johnson, M. 20 Locust 40 Jones, L. 629 Cottage 40 Josefek, L. 1060 Bowles 45 KBTBIGKBB, P. 8 Anthony Ter. 40 Kenyon, M. 207 Hathaway R, 46 Knowles, N. 224 Harwich 45 LaBonte, M. 966 Pontiac 44 Lambert, D. 500 Sawyer 46 Lamontagne, M. 363 Maple 40 Landry, L. 21 Matt. Rd., A. 43 Langlois, M. 75 Seabury 45 Lent, C. 114 E. Clinton 40 Laracuente, N. 1208 Acushnet A, 46 Laracuente, P. 1208 Acushnet A. 46 Lassey, A. 25 Hill R. 45 Lavadinho, M. 53 Grape 40 Lawrence, Da. 206 Allen 40 Lawrence, De. 206 Allen 40 Lazaro, J. 198 Nash R. 46 LeBlanc, G. 278 Phillips A, 46 Ledoux, M. 274 North 40 Lee, J. 107 Aries D. 45 Leffler, L. 448 Rockdale A., 40 Lemiux, G. 18 Grenier 45 Lemieux, J. 522 Nash R. 46 Lemiuex, J. 522 Nash R. 46 Letendre, L. 394 Maxfield 40 Letendre, Ly. 390 Ashley B. 46 Letendre, S. 394 Maxfield 40 Levesque, P. 94 County 44 Levesque, S. 58 Brock A. 44 Levin, S. 77 Maple 40 Lima, S. 153 Rounds 40 Lino, M. 177 David 44 Lloyd, D. 504 Sawyer 46 Lloyd, M. 96 Morgan 40 London, T. 47 Cherokee Ct. 40 Lopes, A. 569 Purchase 40 Lopes, C. 20 Matt. R., A. 43 Lopes, G. 151 Brownell 40 Lopes, R. 221 Hillman 40 Lopes, S. 283 Hillman 40 Lopes, W. 36 Cherrytree L. 40 Lopez, L. 100 S. Sixth 40 Lowney, K. 26 Milton 40 Lyonnais, D. 139 Truro 45 MacDonald, D. 104 North, Matt. 39 MacDonald, T. 443 Bolton 40 Macedo, G. 159 Butler 44 Macedo, Hel. 56 State 40 Macedo, Hella 56 State 40 Macedo, T. 232 Caroline 40 Maillet, T. 25 Viall 44 Makin, D. 635 N. Main, A. 43 Maranhao, M. 58 Mott 44 Marcalo, D. 6 Warwick 40 Merchant, M. 37 Agnes 45 Marcotte, G. 209 Eugenia 45 Marcotte, J. 166 Willis 40 Marques, M. 134 Collette 46 Marshall, R. 22 Byron 40 Martin, A. 125 Bonney 40 Martin, D. 167 S. Second 40 Martins, G. 940 South 40 Martins, L. 81 Hanover 45 Martins, P. 41 Milford 45 Maruju, C. 107 Brigham 40 Matias, G. 208 Eugenia 45 Matos, S. 100 Hall 40 McCabe, K. 13 Malden 45 McCague, A. 152 Butler 44 McCarthy, C. 29 Hussey 40 McCarthy, W. 148 Jenny Lind 40 McCoy, M. 193 Summer 40 McHugh, M. 86 Ridgewood D. 40 McKenna, K. 158 Arnold 40 Medeiros, A. 7 Sears 40 Medeiros, Ch. 68 Grape 40 Medeiros, Cl. 83 Dudley 44 Medeiros, F. 197 Query 46 Medeiros, J. 96 .Jouvette 44 Medeiros, L. 9 Shady L. 40 Medeiros, Ma. 178 Crapo 40 Medeiros, Mi. 15 Garrison R. 45 Medeiros, R. 7 Sears 40 Medeiros, S. 532 Sawyer 46 Mello, A. B. 22 Ashley 44 Mello, D. 175 James 40 Melo, A. 189 Maple 40 Melo, M. 886 County 40 Melo, S. 12 Richmond 40 Mendes, J. 163 Hathaway B. 40 Metcalfe, J. 903 Rod. Fr. B. 44 Metivier, K. 71 Caroline 40 Michaels, K. 742 Shawmut A. 46 Mickelson, S. 179 Tremont 40 Middtun, K. 24 Arch 40 Milligan, R. 181 North 40 Mills, E. 142 Nyes L., A. 43 Mills, R. 72 Jenny Lind 40 Mingola, K. 441 John 40 Mil'8fld8, S. 344 North 40 MUYHZ, D. 75 Hemlock 40 Monteiro, D. 9 Smith 40 Monteiro, Ft. 7A Gemini D. 45 Monteiro, W. 84 Bluefield 40 Mnnlplaisir, L. 102 Merrimac 40 Moore, T. 90 Easton 40 Morales, V. 111 Acushnet A. 40 Morel, J. 1477 Plainville R. 47 Morin, P. 1959 Purchase 40 Morris, A. 30 Pamela D. 40 Morris, Di. 139 Court 40 Morris, Do. 1238 Roseanne 40 Motta, L. B Jenny Lind 40 Meta, M. 50 Phillips A. 46 Mullin, J. 136 Lafayette 45 Myers, J. 925 Pine Hill D. 45 NBGGBIJ, L. 229 Hersom 45 Nadeau, Ft. 328 Sawyer 46 Nelson, G. 27 Vine 40 Nalaon, K. 199 E. Clinton 40 Nerbonne, L. 150 Ayer 46 Nevlton, W. 173 Park 40 Nlang, A. ass Middle 40 Niang, S. 333 Middle 40 Nichols, D. 42 Lexington 40 Niemczyk, K. 169 Wood 45 Nieuwenhuizen, M. 64 Flotch 40 Nobra, R. 450 Kempton 40 Nogueira, J. 37 Acushnet A. 44 NOI'l'l1lfldlYI, R. 145 Dakota Ct. 40 Norton, T. 688 County 40 Norwood, N. 1959 Purchase 40 Newell, P. 42 Fairmount 40 Nunez, A. 132 Frank 40 Nunes, D. 527 Cottage 40 O'Berry, R. 770 Kempton 40 Oliveira, A. 28 Ashley 44 Oliveira, C. 109 Division 44 Oliveira, D. 86 Greenbrier D. 45 Oliveira, D. M. 136 Wood 45 Oliveira, E. 353 Davis 45 Oliveira, G. 93 Dartmouth 40 Oliveira, L. 91 Eugenia 46 Oliver, D. 11 Roosevelt 44 Oliver, S. 28 Shawmut A. 40 O'Malley, Ka. 96 Dunbar 40 O'MaIley, Ke. 267 Pope 40 0'Neill, D. 225 Ryan 40 Ortega, N. 20 Cove 44 Pacheco, A. 25 Sidney 40 Pacheco, F. 141 Church 45 Pacheco, L. 20 Brookside D.. A. 43 Paiva, D. 32 Valerie 40 Paiva, E. 32 Valerie 40 Paiva, J. 32 Valerie 40 Parent, M. 32 crapo 40 Parkin, J. 4144 Acushnet A. 45 Patnaude, G. 9 Yale 46 Paulino, C. 2 Alden R.. A. 43 Peixoto, B. 19 Acushnet A. 44 Pelletier, S. 457 Wood 45 Pereira, As. 485 Summer 40 Pereira, Ag. 138 Division 44 Pereira, Ar. 217 Rounds 40 Pereira, D. 83 Rockland 40 Pereira, J. 83 Rockland 40 Pereira, Li. 35 Westview 40 Pereira, Lu. 72 Spruce 40 P9l'Olf8, P. 24 Katherine 44 Perry, E. 45 S. Emerson 40 Perry, J. 61 Maple 40 Perry, R. 317 Belair 45 Perry, T. 526 Purchase 40 Peternel, E. 945 Hillcrest R. 45 Picard, M. 8 Ocean 40 Pina, C. 10 Emerson 40 Pina, D. 994 Pleasant 40 Pina, E. 18 Bedford 40 Pinho, H. 209 Carroll 40 Pinho, M. 101 Bonney 40 Pirea, D. 493 Belleville A. 46 Pirea, M. 138 Washington 40 Pita, C. 9 Roosevelt 44 Piva, M. 139 Coffin A. 46 Plummer, L. 312 Park 40 Poirier, J. 187 Earle 46 Pollard, J. 85 Hunter 40 Ponte, C. 11 Austin Ct. 40 PONOF, J. 323 Reed 40 Prescott, S. 88 Austin 40 Proctor, C. 60 Cherrytree L. 40 Quail, M. 41 Capital 44 Quinn, C. 15 Oak 40 Racine, M. 286 Coffin A. 46 Ramos, J. 458 Mill 40 Ramos, Jol. 311 Arnold 40 Ramos, S. 15 Seaview Ter. 44 Ramos W. 265 Ash 40 Rawclifle, P. 37 Kenney 46 Rebeiro, M. 248 Pleasant 40 Rebello, M. 717 Summer 40 Rego, A. 1 14 Seabury 45 Rego, G. 383 S. Second 40 Reis, D. 255 Arnold 40 Reaendea, A. 128 Eugenia 45 Reynolds, R. 109 Tootle L., A. 43 Flezondea, L. 162 Division 44 Ribeiro, J. 505 Ashley B. 45 Richard, L. 132 Hathaway 46 Richard, R. 860 Tradewind 40 Riandeeu, E. 36 Birchwood D. 45 Riggins, V. 238 Acushnet A. 40 Rinker, P. 100 Parris L., A. 43 Robinson, L. 269 Mill 40 Rocha, A. 93 Collette 46 nccha, Nl. 247 Harvard 46 Roderiques, M. 109 Moss 44 Rodrigues, E. 118 Fruit 44 Rodriguez, J. 114 Morgan 40 Rodriques, C. 112 Glennon 45 Rodriquez, M. 112 Hathaway R. 46 Rogers, B. 65 Cushman, A. 43 Rogers. D. 275 Shaw, A. 43 Rogers, G. 361 Brock A. 44 Rogers, W. 49 Seymour 44 Rosa, M. 889 Brock A. 44 Rose, B. 232 Grinnell 40 Rose, K. 65 Whitlow 40 Rose, T. 286 Mill 40 Roaeman, A. 36 Burns 40 Roaonina, N. 510 S. Second 40 Rothwell, L. 786 Belleville A. 45 Rounseville, L. 121 Aquidneck 44 Rowley, B. 14 Thrush 45 Roy, R. 43 Highland 40 Roy, S. 154 Apponegansett 44 Rozario, P. 104 Sycamore 40 Ruggeri, D. 458 Ashley B. 45 Ruiz, L. 114 Bluefield 40 Russo, P. 101 Rod ney 44 Salvador, M. 8 Cleveland 44 Sanchez, A. 696 S. First 44 Senchez, R. 134 Blackmer 44 Sanders, D. 289 Hillman 40 Santos, C. 55 Foster 40 Santos, J. 25 Katherine 44 Santos, K. 24 wing 40 Santos, M. 68 Willis 40 Santos, R. 55 Foster 40 Santos, S. 6 Greenbrier D, 45 Sarmento, D. 403 Chancery 40 Schard, S. 47 Ridgewood R. 45 Schell, C. 329 Mendell R., A. 43 Scott, D. 183 Leonard, A. 43 Seguin, D. 36 Bardsley, A. 43 Senra, L. 38 Stackhouse 40 Sequeira, D. 351 W. Elm 40 Sevigny, D. 30 Cove 44 Sha1N.S. 173 Rounds 40 Sherman, A. 32 Bentley 46 Sherman, S. 270 Hawthorn 40 Sherman, She. 270 Hawthorn 40 Shurtlett, K. 434 N. Front 46 Silva. C. 36 Branscomb 45 Silva, D. 40 Hemlock 40 Silva, Di. 163 Court 40 Silva, M. 36 Branscomb 45 Silva, R. 24 Brownell 40 Silva, S. 23 Little Oak R. 45 Silveira, J. 80 Eugenia 45 Silvia, J. 221 North 40 Simmons, L. 1266 Rockdale A. 40 Sirois, M. 32 Kearsage 45 Smigel, S. 97 James 40 Smith, D. 275 N. Front 46 Smith, H. 2497 Acushnet A. 45 Smith, J. 304 Chancery 40 Smith, L. 48 Lantern L., A. 43 smith, P. 7 Priscilla 40 Smith, S. 58 Ridgewood Fl. 45 Soares, Ma. 77 Menton 45 Soares, Mo. 120 Easton 40 Soucy, B. 147 Bullard 46 Sousa, E. 57 Bourne 44 Sousa, T. 138 Holly 46 Sousa, V. 94 Belleville R. 45 Souza. D. 40 Katherine 44 St. Pierre, N. 110 Jenny Lind 40 Stallings, R. 9 Harkum 45 Sterling, R. 48 Fern 44 Stone, J. 1221 Rod. Fr. B. 44 Stott, J. 28 Hussey 40 Stowell, W. 983 Fox 45 Stroud, C. 72 1 S. First 40 Stroud, T. 170 Willow 40 Sullivan, P. 50 Central A. 45 Surprenant, B. 659 S. First 44 Swaye, C. 57 Ricketson 44 Swilt, D. 463 Hill 40 Swistak, A. 63 Robeson 40 Sylvia, C. 8 Waverley 40 Sylvia, G. 1 17 Ash 40 Sylvia, Ja. 200 Acushnet A. 40 Sylvia, Jo. 199 Bryant L. 40 Sylvia, L. 180 Frank 40 Sylvia, Ly. 35 Burt, A. 43 Sylvia, M. 304 Upland 45 Sylvia, R. 149 Dakota Ct. 40 Tardil, B. 307 N. Hain, A. 43 Tavares, M. 200 County 40 Tavaros, P. 550 Allen 40 Tavares, T. 4 Morgan Ter. 40 Teixeira, A. 50 Phillips A. 46 Teixeira, C. 941 S. Water 44 Teixeira, G. 140 Hadley 45 Teixeira, S. 263 Palmer 40 Teodoro, T. 17 Scott 44 Thomas, A. 338 Orchard 40 Timm, L. 200 Acushnet A. 40 T0dll18l'l. C. 402 cottage 40 Todman, G. 402 Cottage 40 Tolention, L. 71 Lindsey 40 Tong, C. 38 Trinity 40 Toro, E. 72 Pamela D. 40 Tracy, R. 691 Cotage 40 Tuchman, R. 359 Maple 40 Valerlte, J. 55 Nautilus 44 Vancour, L. 121 Mashpee ct. 40 Veary, C. 20 Homestead A., A. 43 Vega, D. 773 S. First 40 Velazquez, Li. 412 Maxtield 40 Velazquez, C. 32 Rockland 40 Velazquez, Lu. 412 Maxfield 40 Ventura, J. 68 Luke 40 Verville, L. 374 Balair 45 Vieira, A. 1265 Rod. Fr. B, 44 Vieira, An. 231 Myrtle 46 Vieira, C. 18 Milton 40 Vieira, Cl. 21 Junior 40 Vieira, K. 21 Lantern L., A. 43 Vieira, L. 9 Cleveland 44 Vl!ll'l, M. 16 Jean 46 Viera, S. 12 Gosnold 40 Vigeant, D. 36 Ryan 40 Viger, J. 295 Cedar 40 wahlberg. D. cf c Correia 9 Crescent D., ND 47 Warrington, L. 3888 Acushnet A. 45 Watkins, S. 313 Hillman 40 Wilcox, B. 316 cummington 45 Wilde, D. 976 Rockdale A. 40 Wiley, S. 137 S. Second 40 Winterson, K. 56 Carroll 40 Witkos, D. 29 Wamsutta A., A. 43 Wood, H. 29 Pershing A.. A. 43 Wood, J. 39 Maitland 40 Woodrutl, D. 130 Mill R, 45 Youngblood, S. 442 Hillman 40 Xevier, S. 16 Agnes 45 -M f-5 5... . . k K gga....... 'I " K K .- .1 . , M. , ..... - .+S:Z : '3-f'Y':'L3 Q ff' ""' """ ' ' L1 .: 'xQ'6s.xIi1ff:...,.. ' N R 4 Viv ' . -FW . ..... 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I love you now and ' Kellee: Do you fi? all the great times we l eggs ,ftwe at og. MXN' ft vit! ,ttgaaeaas ww artft , . . shared. You we Il get the IFOHIDQ boafd OU' me Wf!?d0tfQ3??V5t Good luck, Band, and Class of '81, Jim- bone ' 't t ' - J, f N ' ' 'IQt2e'.z . f fairer ar? A I , I '-:::lA1:.', . : v tifm, " ,- we-an t .ijtiwfa Jallblrds: Next time of the cops, espe- cial ly while d ri n ki ng! Thanks, NBHS Band, Tony Connie: You're the Remember all the wild and crazy times we Love, P.K. V Hey, Lance, how s Dingalings lG.M., H.F.J: check your bells and all the "crazy" times we ifbfi Hou uys are sick but l awwwlet'-:vwgaervwt.ttat. We Q love ya! Leaka Flutlst, President, runner, dancer, To all m teachers, thanks for all yota ge tl port. Without you, the Y ,,,,,ie ,t,,t,,.,.,t.X, . A work would be meaningless. Love, To Helen, Virginia and Betty: Reme f , ood times we had in Gym. Keep in touch, always. Maria t, To Wide Sides: Never forget those "rain in 67." Be good! Love, Grandma To Kathy, Gary and Bob: Never forget all we had going to and from school. Keep in touch! Love, Val To Fifi: Don't ever forget the crazy times at ' Ehouse when Dad was away, especially the term paper, yia yia's27 m and the spaghetti ...next time l'Il have a party with you!!! Lisa To Pam: When we're at Forsyth together, the doriifis are going to be The big "D"l!! Lisa Amy lke lan George M.: Always remember Swinella L.F. Wrong! Hope that some day you get your date with sexy Mrs. Sawyer. Love, Mo and Clout To l.l.: Watch out for the "Wild Pinnie" K.D. Karen: And here you are! uh-uh-uh! Luigi! You're such a sweetheart. l'll never forget you. Remember "the man", Mayflower, and - woman! Love, Mark Pam: Gad, what a moose call! Patrick: "And here you are!" Mark: "Dying on the floor." Mrs. Bonneau: You've been such a great help to me in these two frantic years. Thank you, Mark Ledoux Paula, Patrick, Pam and Harriet: Don't forget the time we went to Lukolus and me falling Qgff my seat with the sandwich in the air and Harriet's soda in her nosgxffhanks a lot, Mark Harriet: You're friend anybody could have. Don't forget all the crazy times together, especially going to see "Halloween" lwhat a fright!! Skiers make so love a skier. Dee Te. P.lvl., k.N., l HSIW ouv LLA EHT TSEB FO kcuL DNA TNol.uow EVAH NEEB EHT EMAS TUOHTIWUOY-QE? V, TO k.N., os., ERLUOY LLA EHT TsETAEnGl YAM uov EVAY El-lT TSEB NI GNIHTYREVE uov oo. Revay ,y,, TAERG selvell-lr EW DID REH- TEGOT. HCNUL!J EKAM ERUS uov PEEK Nl Hcuor. lvloPtlN Gwenhyfara, Je Bedwyr Peter: lP.S. The Monseignoir loves YOU- ',', Harris: lalisa learn that at Lent. MISS M a r l ssa l P . S . Tigre, N : T. W. "lf I could walk that way Don't meetings in the C.C. Office - Red isibeeuiiftltl! Catiiigin Cgitiaresfytxei too. Comrade Marissa To Eliayi Thanks Studying for those Psych tests the: on Broadway. Love, YOU! is" , To Whom lt May Concern: If I owe you pictures, too Tammy, Donna, Denise Karen, Debbie: lt's been great. Y Lisa: Remember my birthday last August when we went Randy and Scott? You're pretty slick making me carry the 1 you're standing on them! What a laugh! Thanks for the best X.,.. ever! Kaluha! Love ya, Mary Ellen, The Kid '82. P.S. Knock, one home? Cheese! Hey Maureen, lt's been six months, where the h - is my 32.00 ?! ll you l'd get yuh!! Lovte,ya,,Ma5yL4EAllen '82 To the 11 MUMA'S greatest! Always remember if you can imagine If you can dream it, you can become it. Love ber that we the Whalers of NBHS shine thru! To Ten: Poetry is 01, To Me: You're a ter- rific listener, e beautiful day in the neighborhood. Xfgggitgljgugggprincess. God bless you all. tove.th-meet. :meant et ta te? kfctm- t vera? ,A1RtrI'25 To Diane: We've beerggggtp we can always be that way or better. Love, Always remember rink in the morning: Field trip to Gold House caughtlg Beer! . . . Yea! Remember Keith's VW and when we rolled over with it. BC, CP, Double meal. . . Mike L. Maisie: Wayne N., Love ya! Ann M. To Barbie C., Rhonda H., and Kris F. Never forget all the great NBHS. Gonna miss you guys! Love ya, Annie To H. Ains and R. Tuch: Remember LaMachine, the Palace, . . . . t:f't",25?Ya3 babysitting, and our trlp down south from the Low Rlde g To my second brother, I don't think I need good choice. Thanks for all the understandxiib st an d . Love, S is - 'rv el- Kathy. Can Boston take the both of us. . . Hey Baug! "l like this place" and give me Long live H and R, Too! Chris Kathy: C'mon you guys, really, give me back my dollar! Mike D.: Never forget molesting Mo and Liz, Newport ball games and Swim Meets. Duane B. D.E.B.: We did not appreciate your table manners or your V ing. lThe thing with your mirror was pretty gross! G-lunch Table To Mr. Charbonneau and Mr. Marchand: Thanks for everything and luck in upcoming productions! A friend, Steve X To Llnda: Hey, been fun. Good luck wlth your Love Steve ,i- To Steve: Well,kid, y si ifgwy j' ,gh high school, now let us see if you can make it to tse. u To Shawn: Well, too much about my grades higher than yours luck, buddy, ln everything. Steve ' To Spencer: wish you the best in every- thing you want. A To Wayne: Had good Good luck in everything you WISh for. A frlend Chris: lt is true that but it is only in the future that i the answer lies to Good luck always, Love ya! Thanks for all To the great masters Master of Music, K.L.A. Lenny: You're my graphic arts idol. Ray To H.C.: Remember all the fun we've had. l'll nev er forget being burned in March. We'll grow old together. Love, Jane L.C.: How come l'm always solving your problems? lt's :y,: A V You're great. Have fun and stay out of trouble. Love, The Q,-gf Solver. Val: Never forget all the fun in Chemistry and G-lunch a super friend'!. Love ya, Kath P.S. Ta Da Da ,X To L.W.: The best friend anyone could ever To Mental, Pete, McKenna and Georgie J: Gm Y Bfad hw, .,.V V, t 4.?,,,e,,, . Wm . . , - I Michael: You re the greatest of your faith in 21,5 times we had together, 'cause l'll never me' ' Owe You ONE' Love beet friend anyone could ever GSK ferr - . a n 'farefetwte erfect the wa ou are and I m ' L'z B5 How S YOU' bonus? Hey. hand me lei y y ' ean It' Always' the strainer and fork, will ' ' I , ' To Screw Crew IV and Screw Crew V, and especially my 0 KO" You ve been a good qe:ff2555eY1YeQf5?:Remembe' Mr' K S and daughter Lisa' l love you all Love Karen "Fich" Study, D-Block and St. Patriekfeiitey time you want to ' ' Jw ttpgaa,,'g,-:3,, , 1 f :f wrt- . eep- , r,.,af,5g , 47. walk home from the Mall in touch, Moe To fifty B-r MGIVIU R- end ah year A , st: I love you, Karen hrIS Iveel: I don t know. Well this . . . well, not it T Y ,5 gi,5a,.g.g,,,,rr Xlggsgygis, I . .jafg : afar 1 . fr. , GXHCUY- See - - - oh, i don Y kUQUQg StQaQ5fAkthQi.QfiKeep in touch, Love B'9 O- and Gee- We fine' trgrtxtsf Q ' IXXIX fi' ' - fr-ftft'tt "age-fav' ,feet as yvtyfr iikyatateesjgj if r tfrfaea I, 1 Cheep ee' 'e9e! Keep "' - I'lA V twig: Don" fgrgat ai tha an ar Space with hrhavs en 1 Mr, Sayaga ana praying away from na , S at 12:30 ah time ggggiar. K-0' tyhgwigghhr 'h 'he ya - - V en it 1' Moe: Don't ever forget our advettgj t X 'Uifell at the Common i. , , . Lisat:There's been so M' 4 A ee: feat Park and we finally made it K,,,,X,,Wegle3tlrespecially when we 3 nd I, .t I - decided to walk home from fault we get iesti Q a m we' e Ways k.O. to Charb and Armie: Tlwneeeliee , , rm su rel it always wiii if Lieel Remember Coming honte over the Stuff on I2 . g a . ,,,. the floor Ibut there was Tjo Charby and Armie: . , . , , to me. Love always, Kerrie: Don t ever forget the timiQgQfgvlt,gQ3!bqEQ33aranoid" and spill- . . r. r .A .V,g, 1 ing your milk all over your U Andy: The most memorablggaagrpekageggiigagf , r1gst:eta't' ,, ge A' '-Q. :a "5?r MriNi1,a3rga, . . . Remem her te rethrh te maybe you might! Love. iieof Remember hepeeeteh end . . 1 To Rob: Hey, brother, l hope yy titeep in touch. Your Gefdnferr J' Mederroe, S- Den- brother Steve Mike and Heidi: Thanks, Pic ' . ' ' 1 5 ra my garanta: What aan I haya never Come 90 Chhhhef' Ooh F 'Osh the this far. l'll always love you. tanks, and shooting' in the morning." To Nan and Auntie- ra just being there i'ii Bnan' always love you Your grandswit tt ,wer forget vroom and the fun we all had over the arg: - Q in . t t 'tn .t r ,, Yh - t 1 h- N X d ire but never forget It s fun to be dumb . Love, To Liz: Good luck in upcoming plays Hope you meet fame and fortune , . ' ' knowing you these past years. Keep in touch. " Remember you ll always be my little star. Love, Steve VictOr,,,, Mar. G. 1 T M w ii i i b n ' la 'es a o arco: e , itt e rot er, now 'r o . ,, . ,, good times we hadii Love Brotheiygtlevee n your own Never forget the and those Chrprnuhk Cheeks : Love- . . To Wanda: Well, angel, we ve made it! I knew we would make it and also knew our luv was special! Remember "the tent"? LOVe YOU, Maleika, H Love' Seve Iaarggt:,:::.0::..h::::,:h:::: - . . We r , t. a -agj a g a w fiir egs, -V. 'Q . , . at f To Linder My twin Sister. reme Luisa a 3rd Hoo, Bwe To Luisa: Remember the fun.,, f 1 T LEe ' , r. Remember that homework that never got 3 - times we w and out of t To Sehdrh trhhheht Thank you fi-?E . , : y iyaafa at NBHS vary r s ecial and f r be'n h I g I nd : H h , e c t p . .0 i g t ere l love you. Shawn A Y ave some sc n w w f tSpeoiei Deliveryl a - iierrtetr Next time you Q0 ies. , . emember - F 2222-' , ri - ,r ,fLfhafi f" t "f -if 'MT1 To Sharon: A Very special pe a an ag gya a a w ggra the good times. gall the memories we that .a r :ar g rt 3, 3 t ygtr yf y msg. rr gt: :niet wa s Remember Grant, of an ME. Love gPawtucket Dance when X a, Al . igr Defra? lock' Thawqsofor n I needed 'L Never W my family: Lisa, think t t igig r rafa g sbmile and aa - - . r 9 Summer O hh the world will smile a a, tr who is George: Always remember ly the cheesecake 2 NEVER at e Ieeefof . g . 'f GCGY ' Love you' buddy' heh F0 Peter Thirteeh Years hhe , , r r 'he halo- Mike: Thanks a lot for ney Sandwiches, goofing h class and the FSS! of that happy Slug? a ' 1- gg a rrtug Barberds, To Robin: A sweet and caring best in life,. May Well, what can you do? Yo 'r t j f acey you find the happiness Never forget the , , . . good times. Let's hope for m' e e f S ef f e ' e piness always, Teri Betty? Althofjeh our paths I m posmve gthey will continue to. Thanks r , . I ?! xz and best of all . tt, 1,13 aaa' ,riw fvier f kiytftk yffaabrie. 7' r' . . uzm gthryea fan: ' Lisa: May you reach that ff inbow, and capture fgfeifthanks for being avery good friend. fG'.'P'.A. Sue L. the warmth of sunshine in 'ge e k iffor et our idealistic . . , , views of the beautiful things ng9Let,S go on and A Michelle: I promised l d get you in the yearbook. Hey, good luck and . . . e w , ' it eep the faith like Karen did. Some day Karen you and l will be famous live this lifei ' ' rawae' , pg SUS d enise now and rre, Never forget AC!DC, our safari at Root Beer Lake, all those times Q To Karen: Heyy Sis! I hope we Ch' Really going to get ,y fntonwood and the Mills. Remember our midnight swim at Eric s, miss you! Love, Steve you had to come into my house through the window. We had H H I I , wild times, and there are plenty more to come, l m To my bestest friend: You'reh ,n W i2 rg l e person closest to 7 in touch! 'Sgol Con my heart- r raya yar Angai , 1 plots were dangerous, they were fun and Helen: It s been real - and t , 5 . . Q, very real. Friends gtxlever forget the times we went out scgpingggx a t always. Lorene ear we'll have more "l'm - 1 Tojhigger Ii: Remember the cold, cold breeze and the slipping and sliding: of ghostless cars. P.S. Remember me as the friend when in need but best of all, keep in touch because you never can forget the best of six years.3A.V.G.E.A. Sue L. , . To Lou: A word FROM the wiser, l'm sorry you had to hi de behind others because in. years to come you will learn that people like you are stepped, crttlike antsand thatfs too bad. O.E. uh . . . uh . . , Eugene A 'eli in A Big C . . .You can smite, cry, party and be a friend. You can do it all. Little Heyjhey . . . Eugene.l'm on my way. 11 1 Lisaend Patti. . . Thanks for being friend. Danny X g Big C: I coutdn't have asked for a better friend. Thanks for everything. Love, T.J. , P.G.flfII love you always. Never forget Stonehill Coliege, 43' : To Sue: The years have gone by all too fast, but there are lots more ahead. There'll be-'more cold breezes, more slipperyiparkingiots and God knowsi'whatelse. We'll just have to wait and see, huh'?1A.B.F.A. Tigger ll Sweet D: Purgrfr-r-r-rgr-r-r. That means your angei lovesya. Maria: Thanks for everything! Always Best friends. Di Ann:,5Laugh,Vieugh, laugh. Good luck, Smiley. Ha. tyg, 1 , 'ro sue A. and sue A.: Never forget the Psychologlcat Study or Man in Public Restroom. Atways remember Trig. love ya, K.A. , To Eyesfiihanks for all the great times. Love, Big DQCEL if: If Les: Helllooot Swimming - Two, that's right, two steps! Dina gets Chin, kink out. Oh, yea! Qars, J. Geils. Are you two stiil one?.1i love this place! P Pete's Halloween party fthe cowll. I Love you, Les. Love, Col George: lt's been pretty great knowing you. Good luck in everything and keep in touch. Love,'Liz e I To Troy: Hey, Troy, remember fun times in "The Wiz", "Oklahoma" and "WestSide Story? Stay the way you are: wild and crazy. Friend always, Steve A f I I To R.R,: Remember burning the cottage, our horticultural experiences, Laitliachinejand the palace, and the contest. I made it with over three months. HAR Olga: Life is a grind, but I like fires in the woods. Tell Karen I love her. Say hi to Al for me. Love ,between friends never dies. Rich f To everyone who helped me pass, every girl who made me feet good, teachers who gave extensions, administration who didtt't discipline me andmy friends , . . Thanks, Richard f ' To the Boys' Swim Team: He Hor Heal . . . be a cog . . . have a chlorine high . . . smooth and shiny thighs for sectionals . . . my mind and the water are stagnant . little fogies . . . from the Twin Jocks ' To HDA: Good luck in college and with your future. You've got a great future ahead if you make the deadline. Lighten up, you're tooserious. HOA Don Juan: my best friend for so many years, don't forget our great times: what was that Scott,,Mike, John or was it Jimmy? Love,',Lis 3' Doreen: What a great little person you are. Always remember if you have any problems, lust ,come to me and they'll seem pretty smali.,Oh. ya, seeya at the:Prom. liisa T To Karen: Hey, Sis, I'm really going to miss you. We've had some wild times. Staythe way you are, good looking. Love, Brother, Steve Har and Daywey: There once was a palace. Within the palace, three men worked feverishly to keep a poverty-stricken machine pumping its sustenance.. We hadgto eat ice cream. Today, all that's left is a dead cat- andthe open bottles. lt's nice to share. Ri-Ri ' 11 Richy: can't wait until we're married. July 4, 1981, Love always, Mary Theariswer to that puzzling question, "Does Lisa Connulty really work at Cove Discount?" is YES. From the great G-period photographers To rnyRlch: We've been through so much and every moment has been dynamite. We had some crazy times. You have been a true friend. I will always love you. Con. Ti5Bud arielil-larry: My hoveroraft is full of eels. Love, Sir Williaritrt 'Itfgf-i': Kneeless One: Never forget the m'oubIiez pas?l your heritage and your ,family lbroken, of coursei and donit be an embarrassment to your 'fsisf lifter" ic'est moi'?i. Little Brother will be watching you! See you at Stok- esay or Aberystwyth iwhich ever comes firsti. Amo te, mi domine, Gwennie de Lyonesse - Dyved iJenny?!l ia, To my cuz, Paula: Never forget the nights out, the time we stayed up until 7 A.M., G and C's wedding, GOYA, Chicago and N.H. Thanks for every- thing. Love your cuz, "Con". P.S. Paul says "nil" gjji. Bedwyr: What can I say? Will this do? R'wy' dy garu di. Gwennyfara Ilene, Hey, Ilene! lt's 10:55 Oh, Nolittct Mo! lt's 11:10. Oh, no! Ilene! llenel lt's 11:25. Mo! 11:30. Boyftime Sureiflies when you're having fun!!! To the low rider: ltis fun to share. We're bad, really bad. The Elephant Man . 3 . : . Nicky: Will you forget our sailing experiences, Delta Row, "Brian Loves You", or anything else? lprobablygwon't Have a nifty-keen year!! Love, Marissa 3 I To the "P" Squad of '81: Always remember . . . keep those pinkies up, no wirty dords, and always drink your .tfnilki Keep those smiles, flutter those eyes, posture counts bI.lt1!30yS dont Heefhee, hee. Good luck in next year's com petition. Love, Monique and Chris Thanks for all the good times, Class 6181 from Mary Beth Hey, Har: Do you think Maw-Maw knew it was your hand? Remember her at the beach with the cops? No matter where we are, l'll always be back gen rainy nights to do donuts on lawns at Peases's. He owes you five bucks. Ri-Ri Monique and Chris: My father is looking for you! Don't ever forget Swim Team. Ftobyn John: Let's throw a ball across the pool, Baby Huey is playing the trumpet downtown so what if you hit that car! Shist, fesarus, grog, foom-foom, Beatles, Matt the Hoople, lan Hunter, You're the greatest friend in the world. Jacky To Charbie and Armie: Thanks and iet's hope Broadway finds the talent you produced. D.L.J. Ban the Band, Nuke the Whales, Free the Gang of Four, Madame Mao is innocent,Macho Cow, l'm a lumberiack and I'm O.K., and it's great to be in a pool with Men. . . MP. F.B.W.L. Don't forget Dr. Wim:-32's class! Luck always, L.L. To Vinnie: A Great "teIIa"! Love from all the guys, MB, GCAF, RC, NB, DR, AND esp. K.F. . To the Music Dept.: You're great! Thanks so much. Love, Keith For the cast of W.W.S. Graz and the 3rd Girls: We're not dumb, are we? Love, vel- 'LAC ' tire srel 1 I e Di: Thanks for always being there when I needed a friend to talk to, Just remember I'll always be around to listen. M and M's. N g Lunch tablet Remember ihelfood fights and all the threats of receiving conduct cards? Liz Bob, Gary,7Dlane: Remember the parties? Let's keep in toucrilfftfou guys are the greatest. Love, Liz To,Clara V., Kim C.,,Maria L., Terry C., F.F., Nancy N,,1Donna L., Dana ii., Sue C., Margaret T., Debbie W., Chris V., Pauline D.,':Connie:B., Tris A., Cindy B., Hilde A., Donna V., Karen, Donna O., Kathy S., Vai F., Kathy A., Edward S., Dot C., Maureen C., Lynn L., Dlane,,Darlene,,Paula G., Donna F., Kathy, Karen F. tThe Twinsl, Lisail., Donna C., Jeannine 85, Arlette V., Rene O., and anyone I missed. You are all great. Good luck in the future. Love you all, Manny , g, Joe: You are the most wonderful, trustworthy, iunniestperson lfhave ever met. Please never change because you're perfect right now. i love you. Your favorite Lisa. V , V , ,I Diane: You've been the greatest friend anyoneroould have. Thanks, Love, Liz Witch: Hellloooi New York, New Yorklg' Tenderxpimpy. :fri-ie 0.0.6. "wnipt9'1 me. Greg's pants. The W.W. of W.R. "Luigi". Boota, boota, C. in my M. D.P.C., we lost it! Rum, Coke, Pen. Kink out! No bridge. Take a schovver. Get "casual". Take a port, Get off my cloudl 143 L'il Bee. Love Hotstuff Dood? 7 7 Tolthefbaffz Thanks for all the good times. They were fun. Signed, The ' I Obnoxious One. Mike Baylies CAN be cured. Your contribution will help. Send to f'Save Mike Baylies, 494 Cricket Street, New Bedford, Mass. 02745 To Mr. Girard: Punch in tangent . . . um, um . . . square root . . .um equals sine, inverse cosine equals ... What do you get? Aren't you embar- rassed that you didn't try it for'H.W.? "Wt'ong!" Monique and George Congratulations, girls. Love, Mom' . , V Jeanne and Jeannette: Remember all the good times. Thank you both for being around when l needed to talk. Love, Lee To the best gymnastioeoach atfNBHS Medeiros, you'll never be for- gotten. Thanks, signed Karen Mc. Rose and Ann: Wish yotirboth aitthe tuoitand happiness you both greatly deserve. Keep in touch, Love, Lee Shirley: Thanks for all your smiles and moat of all for your friendship. Keep in touch. Love, Lee A "Y Paula: Remember all the fun we had. l'll keep in touch. We'll take Califor- nia by storm! Love, Lee D.J.: Thanks for being a great friend and brother. Hope you get all you can out of life. Dave Congratulations, Sis, we made it! Love, Jeannette Congratulations, Sis! Love always, Jeanne Linda and Luisa V.: No matter how many differences we've had,we will always be great friends. Jeanne wishes the best. Always, Jeannette. Lee: will ahvays be a great friend: we'll never forget befrtgithere when needed. Jeanne and Jeannette L Cecilia: Although you didn't graduate with me and the gangafrom Norman- din, :good luck in the coming future. A.F.A. Jeannette r' Skiing is sensational. Dee i Denny: i hope you get through Edmundsons Body Building Course and who knows! Maybe you can grow your hair like Lori Farney! Don't ever change. Much love, George CM Good luck, best wishes to the class of '81, Mr. Toga Beth had a great mouth. . . Brrrahhh. I love Washington, D.C., Julio Moe: Next time, leave my "Ken Head" atone. Maybe we can get him and Barbi together. Dry, dry. Too much, too much fun at lunch. Stay close, much love, George C.M. l had a great time at the Junior Banquet, though it was a blast, at least I thought so. Signed, the guy in the funny glasses and hairy legs. Lori Farney: lt's really Sinttele . . . you to the Prom with me? Guess Who. , The very best to the of '81'.?rom ' G3 Yearbook Staff: This is your Editor-in-Chief speaking. We did a great job of stopping Sawyer from klllingone of tts. Can you believe it, we actually survivediecivi. L '.:i i Liz, Gary and Bob: I'II always remember ati the fun and wild times we had with each other. You have alt been sueh good friends. l'll never forget any of you. Love, Diane To the Crimson Log Staff of 1981: Bless you all for your dedicated hard work and may you never have to be an advisor! Love ya. Mrs. S. 'tr' , J G.C.M.: Now aren't you glad you didn't buy that expensive sports car? Youf,Nemesis , , Kevin Cook: So you broke my watch and threw snow into my ear . . . youve the greatest friend in the world and we'll alwaystqbe olose5Your friertdgttieoifge fifsfigif, ":: tit. f L 365 Loving thoughts, endless talks, all that we have shared. Surety what we teelscouldhever be,touchedor even,gt9mPaF!QSi.,5,:- -,S333500 , gig, . , . NS!?l'Cheerleaders: lfis been a great two years and l witt surely never fore get all thegdod times and happy memories we've shared. Love, Sharon To t5ellndatt5.B.!: Yotifre every Woman in the world to me. Lovejtvtichael i L Sandy: Thanks for being a friend: Edie, though you're a pain, you'll always he my sister first. Robyn g Corinne: l'll never forget all the good times shared with my TWlN! Thanks for everything, Love, Robyn Ten: Only you will ever get all my 3, 9 L T.G.: G-period class of '81 learned a lot of darkroom techniques, thanks to Mr. Mittens. ".: L ' if ' L.P., RM., GM., etc.: Let's not play any more cheap tricks. We all feel the same butwe have to learn to hide it. Got a mirror? MR. You are the greatest. Did you ever think of marriage counseling. Don't take those sp- jokes, cutie. Love, L.C. G. tttatias is so-o-o-old cheap . . . that he will probably take his prom date, whoever that may be, to the K-Mart Diner. Signed, Mr, Maverick Toifaula, Jimmy and,Lenny: Remember the Cars concert with Paultfs purple lips, me sieeplng, and the great fight. Also, the time 'when we snuck by my father. Love, Harriet y V, To1tftsa::Ren?iember:the wild weekend during Februaryilacatioitiivith the cucumber. Also the time when we watched the sunrise, while typing our term papers. Love ya, Harriet V g g To Lertwoodfil will never forget you and the wonderfut 'times shared? together ever since our Junior year. I will remember you always. Love, Robyn tsmurtettei: Cirnon go! Lets go pick it up! Pull, pull, swintt C'mon? go. go! Or else your Daddy will get us too! Stay safe and keep! in touch from yoursifrturfette cohorts, Mo and Chris ,ji ig L.V. says masticate me! To vE:J.F.: lfyou forgetiirampa or cruisinl, l'II slap you. C.S. .,, To K.A.A.: Remember Matt. lnn and to live the natural highs of life. C.S. Heyf,g,Spee,, ijt ,love agifainy night." 12-12-80 was a rainyygnightlltgitgove ya., Kath. P.S.'lvever foifget Latin ii. L ' Gary Bob and Val: Never forget McDonald's for breakfast and 'frepeat". Aiea, vltetutt to beaumsbi" Love, Kathy fy i T 5 GM.: Thanks for all the rides and for returning the overdue books. Love KPA1, ,.A. . L r ,li . . To Et.C.G.: Remember R.P. and try not to space out in future years. Remember NLS. practising in front of Pa Raffa's mirror and L.B.'s red mit-L D.B. ' 17, 'T K "fr 4 . Ann: NEVER forget taking my test and leaving me empty-handed, Darlene Q' fi 1 . To the Music Department: Thank you . . . you'll never know how much you mean to me.l'll never forget you. l love you all. lris L1 To threeftivtm and one twim took lover: Saludiylfeah, Rook Lobsr star! . . . Number nine, number nine . . . Silly teh! . . . Hi, l'm ptastic! . . . Fiae! l dldlft'i,W8t1fhXQU to anyway! . . . Peace, baby . .gl haveragmincl bfi ntylyowhr. .1fWhip nie! . . . l'll bet you're really intelligent . . . Left. . . we are not amused! Flute Jock Ghriegand Monique: Remember the "doughnuts" in Frienglty Fretigparklrtgf '81ff1'Duane 4 S 'ii i Cathyg Nevetjrforget Piggy and Shaw's. Darlene . Toalfxitlpwarci Boundfgefllorsz "Break down!" ' i To my Nieoeggdoanazftemember the crazy things we did and hoivywe both, got in trouble together. You won't be forgotten!! f' 5 'i if J.S.1tille havegbeen friends for a long time. Remember all the pfaces we W did. You will never be forgotten. W g Gvrrtehyfara:7t5t'wy'n dygaru di, Bedwyr S K it Togtttetfilassgot of ltilolgltl everything. Dil, . ff Mr. Ellsworth McAfee . McAfee Retires His smile is ready, his chuckle comes easily, and never more so than when he is contemplating a particularly rich and fattening piece of pastry! Behind the jocular exterior, however, "Mac" is a man who genuinely cares about his students individually and his fellow man in the aggregate. Although he deserves the rest and relaxation that retirement should bring, we shall miss him as a guidance counselor and as a friend. I-. OREN ROBINSON WELDING Rochester, Mass. Congratulations to the Class of 1981 Silversteiqp the famlly store s cs19oo 543 NORTH STREET. ROUTE 6. 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Peter Smith The 1980 football season for new coach Bob Lil jedahl and the Whalers was a frustrating one They ended the season with a record of two and eight close and so easily could have been wms Coach Liljedahl took over the position as head honcho after servmg several years as an assistant coach Captain Peter Smith led the Whalers through this tough year of transition and managed to maintain the morale of his teammates under stress In the grand finale however the Whalers covered them selves with glory by pulverizmg Durfee on Thanks giving 23 0 though many of the losses were breathtakingly NBHS OPPONENT 0 Brockton 18 6 Catholic Memorial 26 14 Chicopee 0 0 Taunton 21 7 Dartmouth 10 14 Quincy 28 6 Voke 1 1 12 Fairhaven 14 7 Attleboro 12 23 Durfee 0 Discouraging Season 4 f 1 2 ' f a u 'L ' 'I if ' i " - - ,, Y , , un' nf - ll 'Ill' - az .Y 'I TQ YW" " 'lr-1 'Ml' T1 N "' "TM fi "Wf ki ,fi-'au .Ni 'bf pf Row 1: Melvin Rodriques, Eddie Mills, Joe Ribeiro, Coury Sylvia, Glen Enos, Shaun Wiley, Capt. Peter Smith, Marc Lamontagne, Carlos Brito, Joe Fournier, Wayne Newton, Jeff Viger, George Marcotte. Row 2: Adelino Oliveira, Greg Eastman, Lenny Motta, Mike Bradshaw, Kevin McKenna, Ed Craig, Tony Gomes, Mike Canery, Duncan MacDonald, Reginald Andrade, Willie Pierce, Joe Dias. Row 3: Jimmy Sullivan, Kevin Clapper, John Pacheco, Rob O'Berry, Chris Horn, Shaun Walsh, Robert Gomes, Glen Forgue, Leroy Tolentino, Nat Ortiz, John Lopes, Paul Carreiro, Luciano Gravato, Fernando Sylva. Row 4: Andy Mello, Richard Theg, Chris Wheelden, Ste- phan Baptiste, Mike Warters, Billy Xifaras, Brian Levesque, Steve Moraes, Ralph Lambalot, Henry Andrade, Bob DaSilva, Gary Benoit. Row 5: Shawn Fortes, Chris Mello, Dana Allen, Kenny Huston, David Lamontagne, Jackie Sheerin, David Farias, Paul Farias, Scott Jenkins, Kevin Mello, Tony Szklany, David Affonseca. Row 6: Leon Gomes, Doug Coito, John Pimental, Bobby Haddocks, Robert Freitas, John Gomes, Steve Andrade, Messiah Medeiros, Terrance Jordan, Danny Conceicao, Mark Bet- tencourt. ifil-3?-ll 5 1 N, f an A is F! 4 ,gk- .., .M Q S Q "YM"- Girls' Swim Team The Girls' Swim Team had its best season of recent years, finishing with a respectable 4-4 record. Co-Captains Lisa lacoponi and Donna Lyonnais led the Whalers this year with strong efforts also coming from Seniors Louise Cabrai, Chris Schell, Robyn Silva and Monique Bourgeois. Second year Coach Bruce Morell has given the Swim Team a new, improved look. This year seven girls qualified for S.E. Sectionals and two girls qualified for States. The Girls' Swim Team is truly a team for the future. All of the existing swimming records were broken this year and five of the new records belong to underclassmen. ..., g Jw CL- t 5 y ..., :l'k S .Mtawfkk 'W'- Ftow 1: Beth Martin, Sue Toohey, Tracy Jacusik, Debbie Sheehan, Lisa Lacasse, Kim Crompton, Christine O'Malley. Row 2: Kristen Farnsworth, Sue Floncka, Maureen Thornber, Sue Mazaheri, Kelly Swain, Liz Dubois, Carolyn Lemos, Kathy Weaver. Flow 3: Colleen McCarthy, Monique Bourgeois, Co-Capt. Donna Lyonnais, Co-Capt. Lisa lacoponi, Christine Schell, Robyn Silva, Coach Bruce Morell. f 4. f ' . I.. Rewrites the Record Book Co-Captains Donna Lyonnais and Lisa Iacoponi s - 2 1 tx I R NBHS 16 Seekonk 65 Durfee 98 Middleboro OPPONENT 76 Ursuline Academy 102 Stoughton 68 Attleboro 121 St. RaphaeI's 108 Taunton mi L if , My Row 1: Fernando Pires, Joe Mendes, Henry Andrade, Tony Medina, Manny Duarte, Tony Ferreira, Orlando DeBurgo, John Semiao. Row 2: Coach Joseph Gill, Joe Braga, Diamar Vieira, Herbert Robeson, David Pires, Fernando Silva, Ernie Bettencourt, Armando Perreira, Joe Rosonina. Row 3: Domingos Ferro, George Correia, Robert Duarte, Sidonio Ferreira, Joe Monteiro, Joe Teixeira, Bento Costa, Carlo DaCunha, Carlos Beloli. The NBHS Soccer Team turned in a winning season once again this year. Finishing the season with a 9-2-4 record, the Whalers showed themselves to be a continu- ing power in area soccer. The NBHS Booters again qual- ified for the state tournament, but they were eliminated in the first round by the eventual champions, Wellesley. Seniors who will be missed are Expo Duarte, Robert Carreiro, Goncalo Rego, Paul Santos, Abibou Niang, Joe Valente and Tony Oliveira, but the Whalers have eight returning lettermen to continue their success. - - ' 1. a- kj' 4 1 , ,,. ' w ' qi' ,qi 'Z ' 'T' kfuqy 'U V A" . 'xy' xg, f g ig: i Q . 5 .1 ' 5,3 .-V , V 'Z , V at -' 5..v-.W ...A .gg , , ,V I ,, Y y , X X Z , N A . YA X is K gi It , if it ,fix ...sz e A , . if S T ra Y ,X J! V ii',, f In , . , , . , 3 ii '5 ,,, , , , 'fan-. A A -,,,--., me 4 W rs V . -ii, if a 'd FQ! W -.--- A ' Z- S 'iii i H . , P W, . - 5 S C ,sa . is 4 W f ' N .. - . ag f V 1 V. 1 e -ist - i 7 M QA, ,Ni-.a.. , , . ' .L ' J' 163' ix K' K K XG 4 . ..,A. .1 hilkaksik:-4 Soccer Team Continues fs ' kfrvix- bv gzip, 5 , yy? vs pg me get e, A ,, at ' '-7 5Q:w'xihgKx S as in :si T sm i 1 i N- 2.-as fiifek: at ,ix , " xy A MT F ., , - Q Winning Ways ww " mw- -'o ,. I ' Q.. .,"TA'Kf .H -ard? raiaosifiilwo '-'dll 'P-if klk. M 1 or .R ar .1- Q- W V M, .. .-sw., -. . an K - W A ' .- , - H 'ft , ' .f up .n'-, HP' ' , - ' Q , k K f, V fNw"',, 6 - QIGNQ- nf - .1 .gn ,Q ,A in 1199 1. iff, ,f'1?" 'K' s-. ws avi .AF af Ii' X I if 2 fm "" ul NBHS OPPONENT 8 2 0 1 1 4 1 4 4 1 2 3 9 4 2 0 Voke Falmouth Dennis-Yar. Attleboro Somerset Taunton Barnstable Durfee Taunton Falmouth Barnstable Dennis-Yar. Voke Durtee Somerset Wellesley 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 3 1 0 1 0 1 In Jg, ' . ff, V , ,,,fsf'Ewvg,Ff.,,,g-. VV . we - A N Me. 4 ,au V fi M wit if ary- N - , 4.45 'F .,HF"-NH' I , ,. my ,, 11,5 W . 142 A may w- at ' x W. , wc v Q . ' ' -. 6 I-, rf 4' A I A ' . ax. W L ,M ,gf ' ' W Jw Q xr-.j.gs I Llama ,A I W -if My , 7 1 '- 1,"' 4' , ' F llls lllll W F , W 2 J. is sta-4 ,T A .J 1 i tag 'mrs . .s as 1 3 A swggq. ,, M: V , A W 2 'ww W . X 'V 59,51 'swh X xg'?3sxMq.,a , ' ' v ' ' ' "Q '. ' Q. - .. W CA ff v an ' ' ,. 'J' A V ,rf M, 1 M W,-wf,,,S, ,MW ,V R Row 1: Paul Santos, Paul Russo, Carlos Santos, Goncalo Rego, Joe Valente, Robert Carreiro, Eugenio DePina, Tony Oliveira, Ricardo Santos, Abib Niang. Row 2: Tony Tavares, Jean DeBurgo, Ted DaCosta, Andy Harring- ton, Victor Mendes, Rui Pereira, Fred Magalhaes, John Benevidos, Coach Manuel Matos. 127 The 1980 Girls' Field Hockey Team was a young team with a lot of heart whose record in no way indicates their unremitting hard work. This team showed much promise for the future, which was evident in two tough losses this season. They lost 1-0 to both Dartmouth and Dennis-Yarmouth, two of the best teams in this end of the state. They will be losing only three Seniors this year: Chris Veary, Lynn Landry and league All-Star Nicky St. Pierre. Hopes are high for next year. swf,-' as g ' 'v ., 5 .1 L 5 i t msg, . 5,1 ..' J., N ,ip X.. Q! if it 1 5 ka"'Q 3 5 in 1 I N444 'wsu .4 jg-5 ,- S ' I I . .tg K isa -2 .t,, Q ' - K,-, i 15:1 L 1 '- .. 'L Q ' 4. win' 'L 'K ' - 'F " ' 'A flfki'-QQ,-5T' ' y. ss. fe . 4. . 1 1 1 1 A - SN. ssl- .5-1'-"'-4--xx .1-Vs. f . 1 F5-V L . - Field Hockey Team Ha ,K 11 at A -I ' msgs, K x . -nuff S -gi , ..t.,..... V I K. - . Q 5- - -ff Q . . . tv 7 X - ' , .,as+zQ. 1 . W I hw, j-els 'H Q Y, V g , ,V K 295, f egg . 1. A A ' 3 W s . 4 gl M air N an "' w 1' is e - 1 -N'??f"fli:x 0:52 1 N ' -gf' QT' ' , L . si l k 5- pf .4 -, -'if .2 ...awry ' e?3:3'95,? t J :J R., .- .. X, i,39. . ., ?I3s,,,,,, -g,.'f 'V ..-f . " A ' -f f Sw: . . T? 1 ., , N X .Q J. W Row 1: Lynn Landry, Co-Capt. Nicole St. Pierre, Co-Capt. Jennifer Wheelden, Chris Veary. Row 2: Mary Tapper, JoAnne Panker, Maureen Riley, Linda Luclo, Melanie Slrols, Joan Smith, Kristen Mor- gan, Ellzabeth Sheehan, Llz Meltzer, Coach Jeanne Bonneau. High Hopes for Next Year '- --s ix ' ' kk ts...ts, :Ea . 2'-??'4S?iXX:'X:-li'k5:2"M5 I ..:, s,,. Q5 5 ,,,, ix ,hw , . i K -1 1 , , eeke ., , . V K-"' ' ' ' Q , ,J .- Y' ,sv ' ey, if -. LL! t . - I 3 . ' V Skmbs so 5 L x X L x'9s 5 -X ' .f A I 1 X F 'N. N A gf . 4 X f , to ,, Q 1 is is ' K v 7 I TMA" -Q , , A 1 Wv-f+2ff1'si :1,,,, ,,?,,4,,., . - 4. , , , K , -fi , . ' ' f - A, A' , 'D A -f gwv' -' I , 'W , Mg- Lg Q' ' jf Q 40. 5, , ,ff 1. 1 MM,mr:Q1'z . t .f5',3",.i",,.'a'f:,. visa 'W " ",H'-'Tiswiwi'1-'2"ff,41f,'.afr1w1f-.' NN ,.sfsf,Q,,p'i,Qi"?fJP""6's' rigs: fi Q igff . . t ,, ,i,,, 13,41 N ,wg W rigfgy g g i wg ' , 3 T 2 It 1: - - if K-if i , 'M - f' ' , ' , iii- f , 4 W ., W P I Q,-Qs, . A W. A- I K , ff 'Sv!ji:,.,s,,'5'g,,i B MK'2:f.s.T2-Jw s.a-'2w,,v: Q. ,B se sz-af 1 B ' Q as-he ' A ' kia f- -Wgf-1: f+l.xwff or fig ...ss -1 ' -1-w --L . 5 , wwf,-4 ..-,aug sz, , ,M we , ,L ,,,.5,,,,, Q 1 - , 1, , W' -,Q+ssa:ffww:gss,s,,,ftQfa sf:-'-1-'W-vm.:-4-at t 4, ' ry M '-'rf f ' ' , . k wif:Qts,.+-.ig-xi,3?fstfe:'.ii'l5!s,fgrX ,QB sf, ' 'A 'btw or , W qs, -1-,H-sg,,Syf.s f:,e...isg,5. V, , X -' . wi- ,st me sg.-rg - F ny- X: Y 1 fa - so so K 5' . . , 3 - 9 as 2 . Q 2 4 X -- W, r 1, fl L vi i BR ,gt H A ,I . Yew ' Ja ,I fl. fy NBHS OPPONENT 0 Westport 0 0 Westport 1 1 Fairhaven 0 0 Fairhaven 0 0 Bishop Stang 2 0 Dartmouth 2 0 Barnstable 4 0 Dennis-Yarmouth 2 0 Falmouth 6 0 Bishop Stang 4 0 Dartmouth 1 0 Barnstable 0 0 Dennis-Yarmouth 1 1 Falmouth 4 .v ...Y AM A . L. VA ., J , . .1 ,X ,EN ,,'A"4'Qv.-,fax S.. , kr 9 Row 1: Ann Knox, Stephanie Roussos, Pat Gifford, Michelle Stew- art. Ftow 2: Coach Joyce Goodman, Ronnette Barros, Stacy Baldo- mar, Sarah Garrett, Carolyn Flepeta, Donna Barros, Lisa L'Heu- reux, Bethany Lent. 129 This was a disappointing year for the NBHS Vol- leyball Team. They finished the season with a record of four wins and twelve losses. This was not unexpected because this year's varsity squad with only two seniors was young and inexperienced. The coming season should be more successful for the Whalers, who will have seven returning varsity players and a junior varsity that compiled a record of thirteen wins and one loss. Volleyball Team Looks Q get , 5 - ,rf ,sa ,. , we 5 af, , -- MLK? l , ..yA ,Q I., ,l E J W Q if 7 Y Y I 1 51 if Z 2 ...... J Row 1: Coach Micheline Donaghy, Cheryl Amaral, Capt. Norma Audet. Row 2: Deb- b.s Clapper, Lisa Medeiros, Joan Affonce. Row 3: Cheryl Macedo, Judy Barnet, Debbie Marshall, Pauline Galipeau. 130 Cross Country Team f Nunn-,gm Lnrumww NBHS OPPONENT 30 Dartmouth 25 35 Falmouth 23 38 Barnstable 21 36 Dennis-Yar. 24 18 Voc.-Tech. 43 42 Falmouth 18 29 Barnstable 26 37 Dennis-Yar. 19 18 Voc.-Tech. 43 36 Dartmouth 19 132 2 s 'Q F 5 'Q' D Q- f ,ss f- -- ii! 71' fm 5 at A 9 9 h U o r a D ::Q ' 2 Xa aa 5 ' tatrr 1 , QEUFM Z no 1 d 15 rl Shows Improvement f s... - FE? t"""I.....- I 'Q ' '54 naw. tv t, In 1 ,gg,.', The Cross-Country Team continued to improve this year, their third year under Coach Steve Gardiner. Highlights of the year included two wins over cross-town rival Voc.- Tech. for the first time ever. At the state championship meet, the Whalers finished eleventh out of all the Division I teams entered. The future looks bright for the harriersg in the Dartmouth Invitational Freshman-Sophomore Race, the team impressed many observers by taking six of the first fifteen places. How 1: 'Coach Steve Gardiner, Miguel Maranho, Co-Capt. Matthew Picard, Co-Capt. Kevin Soares, lsmenia Gomes. Flow 2: Charlie Murphy, Bruce Terry, Jennifer Betts, Mike Norton, Mark Viera, Chris Mello, Glen Andrews, Tony Macedo. Row 3: Gina Ferreira, Mark Przybysz- ewski, Kevin Poyant, Keith Ainsworth, Jim Flanagan, Danny Mulligan, Chris Desjardins. 133 tw .712 ' '50 su. f, funn--N . . f ,,,., 1 , f., , , f-f-J! V 91 Ay, fu'-uw my an Y' 4' I A EY' 'Y gag f ,Q ' fx 2555 x + ,ff f ,LAK 3, f- 4,L,,EUfw- K. ' gg, ,W H ,, ,fff 1' ,',,, ,-' Mr -W., 1,'., ,Q qw, 5 4 i H+' ,, "ff, 4, 2--f Aga , 4 4, J? uf' jf' N A ,,,vi, 'wif' M fm '- , ,W ., I . ir V f' ha. 0911 ,W , ,, , .f 'wwf h U ,. ,L ,L A A , , aww '-A 0 dffjgwf K iw aim, - il' 155332 ,,,, ig i Y 1 My . "Q-. 5 ,.-,. ky . t K, f. V is Q ez? 2 f 3 Q fax BHS Fall S- w Q. fw' an K . 'i"m"XWEi1r'f y m J 'K 1 off' K ,xy ' s 'X if x Y as ,Q f Sports . 4.L -, D-v fe- aq Z, mk" ZW X , H55 S if K 1, , ., K! ff R , ,M I fgf r 4 .B.H. . Hockey Team it NBHS Opponent 5 Voc-Tech 3 8 Dartmouth 1 4 Somerset 3 3 Bishop Conn. 1 9 Dartmouth 5 1 Falmouth 9 fgiiiif' 2 Durfee 3 0 Barnstable 14 19,5 f 7 Fairhaven 2 ,fy 5' 6 Dennis-Yar. 2 tatot 'f ,AJ 3 Taunton 7 y 1 W ,fl 4 Somerset 5 W i W , 1, ff , ,QU 4 Somerset 5 J A it gtlfiggw' 1 ,gy 4 0 Barnstable 10 1 if i4QE,'ff'if,g.y 3 Falmouth 6 i, 232, g'ffQfg,i2.E,ijQ 2 Durfee 3 4"'3'5' ,lgiifjti 3 Voc-Tech 1 -f i QQ it 5 Dennis-Yar. 2 ,fx ei JMU f f M f -e I , ,Qi1r?f'4' , aff f 1 3 . 1 via fisisffzt If 'IA ff! 155,16 ,, . , , ..,, ...W 4 rio, K 3,3Lef..w,. L , ,,... , ', f , ,K ffj A ' ' G " -4-5 - 'j 'Higgs' f - i i 1' 'ah' sf ,. . ,nga ,s ,Q Front Row U-rl: Dave Gerwatowski, Paul King, Dana Desrochers, Duncan MacDonald, Capt. Bobby Reynolds, Skip Simmons, Mark Fogaren, Gary Boucher, Kevin Melancon, Andy Harrington. Back Row: Mgr. Ronnie Ovellette, Brendan MacDonald, Bobby Richard, John Tierney, D. J. Cormier, Gary Benoit, Dean Snell, Glenn Gagnon, Mark Souza, George Ponte, Paul Mello, Coach John Flolll. " -.J H ,A ,ff-'22.2Z'i?iE75l2? 4513 'G ivpfpiiyiiiff Agigrg, 'R tfigigfsafai fx ff ' 1 A grf'1Si'1'r'1ffQi A C 4't 'I I 55 w '-,.f,Qg:1f,sg,gfaey 1 'Sr ,A yay, ,, 11455 - ,mia ,151 .4lEf3.?WlZT3f.'5 A Skates to Win "Wai ' .N 9 ,gfofofvil - X Q' I f 1. ,, i-'N vi-H E' , "U T ,ft Q 4 so ' . .kifxgp 1, 40? K, w:0?0."' ' i' f A .cl '. VJ N 5 i"'W-it , 1 it ' .s Y. 9 4 Q1 ahh" ll ,' '43 o':""'f. '13 ' The NBHS Hockey Team has been steadily improving over the last few years. This year, all the hard work paid off. Led by Captain Bobby Reynolds, the Whalers defeated most of their area opponents. Several defeats were at the hands of powerful Cape teams. With a strong group of underclassmen, the Whalers should be even more successful next year. L .B.H. . Hoopsters Finish 5X CJ 'X 4 tg ,si ' 1 i'W-"mm , K Tj 1 5' twigs' N.B.l-l.S. basketball fans were treated to another successful and exciting season. The Whalers finished at the top of their division tied with Barnstable, and qualified for tourna- ment play. The Whalers' style was a favorite with the fans, marked by fast breaks and NBH-style dunks. Seniors Mark Dias, Bobby 'tBuster" Lopes, Mike Conward, Donald Pina, Richard Nobre, Billy Gooden, and Thurman London will be missed, but the Whalers showed during the season that they had depth and they won't be short of talent next year. M152 First Row fl to rl: Carlos Martin, Capt. Mark Dias, Mike Conward. Second Row: Todd Dos Reis, Mark Dow, Donald Pina, Matt Lowney, Billy Gooden. Third Row: Coach Ed Rodrigues, Thurman London, Jeff McCoy, Bobby Lopes, Jack Sheerin, Rich Nobre. 138 ,G 'R M . attxffs I W I S x-'li Nw. ..,,. gpus.. i l F A K kk ' 'W --txx D sw- 1 M f K, xi. 4.-fail fl 14 ,gp-4-1" flu!!! V ,lf Ii 1 i On Top of Their Division 95 21' . .,,.v-P" i! H' Q 2' E'-fur. 'iff-fe NBHS 71 1 1 0 64 73 54 74 83 79 47 67 75 83 58 69 Opponent Fairhaven 40 Dartmouth 63 Voke 55 Cath. Mem. 65 Durfee 48 Attleboro 51 Somerset 72 Taunton 69 Barnstable 51 Durfee 51 Attleboro 38 Somerset 54 Barnstable 75 Fairhaven 50 X za' 1 E mu .. W . ' FKA?- gl my J 5 az ' H- ge A ED . ' In .f v ' Q A ..,,: ti ' i I if A K , ,ata Q ii L .. ' ... Qi 5 ,,. , A ' X A 5 fr 'S V 1 ' Q, S .., Q lr f " Q ' in-.. 139 W NBHS Opponent Haverhill Bourne Silver Lake Wareham Falmouth Barnstable Slang Dennis-Yar Bourne Wareham Falmouth Barnstable Stang Soliver Ames Front Flow fl to ry: Joila Gomes Nadlne Norwood Cathy Johnson Dawn Gomes Helena Macedo Carla Duckett. Back Row Joe Gull Asst Coach Chrns Mendes Karen Bourgeois Angle Vasconcel los Donna Fields, Rhonda Dias Jean Silva Head Coach Jeanne Bonneau Is Hard to Beat The girl's basketball team enjoyed another successful season this year, so far, losing only to a strong Westport team. Their record qualified them to participate in the post-season tournament this year. The 1980-81 squad did not have a lot of height, but they made up for that with speed and precision. Leading the way for the Whal- ers were Seniors Dawn Gomes, Cathy Johnson, Carla Duckett, Helena Macedo and Nadine Norwood. 'J t Swimmers Turn in NBHS Opponent 95 Apponequet 76 73 Durfee 99 89 Westwood 82 94 Sandwich 78 108 Taunton 59 96 Attelboro 76 123 Randolph 45 72 Duxbury 100 25 Seekonk 57 102 Milford 70 First Row il to rl: Harry Ainsworth,'Peter Nowell, Michael Demers, Scott Jason, Brian Wilcox, Robert Richard, Matthew Picard, Richard Sterling, Coach James Medeiros. Second Row: John Gomes, Shaun Walsh, Jimmy Roncka, Chris Nor- ton, Andrew Rego, Mark Hathaway, James Sullivan, George Smith, Bobby Scroggins, Duane Brown. Third Row: Jim Scudder, Kevin Shaughnessy, Michael Richard, Rick Ramos, Eric Horn, Peter Berthiaume, David Small. Fourth Row: David Garrett, Michael Merolla, Paul Aresta, Robert Tweedie, Tony Tolentino, Andrew Grenon. 142 a Successful Season - -. ' X V- --,,1 E. -sf, , . Q. 1 , T T .ffm .Q 1? Z L7 ,su ,Lf-Wg The New Bedford High School Swim Team proved itself a versatile and adaptive swimming machine with five victories in a row and an upset victory over Attle- boro. Although the practices were grueling, the leader- ship of Coach James Medeiros and the rapier wit of its Seniors maintained the team's high-spirited together- ness. The team reached its peak against arch-rival Mid- dleboro and sent many swimmers to the important championships at the end of the season. Remember. . . Be for real, Pete's foam finger, yeaayuh, be a cob, flip turns - Peter and Matt? 9:15 - right Harry, Bobby R. - our state qualifier, Brian's assault on 500 record, Disco Rick, and good luck at Bethany, Duane. 143 l t X rv y---- I x New Bedford High has been a team to beat on the track for many years. This year's team, with a dual meet record of 4 wins and 2 losses, did not capture this division crown, but they proved that they are still an area power. They showed their strength by win- ning the annual Voc-Tech Invitational and by retaining their Class A State Relay title. The Whalers will be losing Tri-Captains Scott Cliff, Melvin Rodriguez and lsmenia Gomes, as well as Seniors Joe Ribeiro, Jeff Stott, Lori Warrington, Kevin Santos, Nicole St. Pierre, Miguel Maranhao and Chris Veary, but the remaining team members have already shown that they are capable of carry- ing the load. 144 ,:--. N T17 """ ' Home Titles . NBHS Opponent 35 Falmouth 51 54 Taunton 32 51 Dennis-Yar. 35 40 Attleboro 46 46 Voc-Tech. 40 51 Barnstable 35 if , ,Fx 49" ,ty 1 ,, , 2 . if--5 .. fllt First Row: Joe Ribeiro, Chris Veary, Jeff Stott, Lori Warrington, Melvin Rodriguez, lsmenia Gomes, Scott Cliff, Nicole St. Pierre, Kevin Santos. Second Row: Michelle Bois, Marie Canery, Adeline Lopes, Glenn Andrews, Joan Smith, Kevin Poyant, Chris Mello, Kerri Fermino, Jennifer Betts, Paul Aguiar, Sean Medei- ros. Third Row: Stephanie Roussos, Barbara Pina, Carol Braley, Kris Morgan, Sherrill St. Germain, Mark Przybyszewski, Renee Vermette, Mike Norton, Marc Ribeiro, Ed McCarthy. Fourth Row: Chris Desjardins, Chris Demers, Sean McDevitt, Jim Flanagan, Mike Mello, Tony Macedo, Kippy Andrade, Steve Drayton, John Pacheco, John Cofer, Coach Steve Gardiner. Fifth Row: Joe Santos, Randy Silva, Bruce Terry, Rich Theg, Paul Neves, Mike Warters, Bob Freitas, Dan Mulligan, Miguel Maranhao. Sixth Row: Chris Wheelden, Stephen Baptiste, Dennis Cregan, Brian Levesque, Darren DeAndrade, Ed Caron. 145 B.H.S. Winter W 'U ,, ,W M xx f ww' E f 61 if ,N smg MMR A - - . . f X -fL f 7 L1f5 'f- I n Sports E i 4 I JE: 'Q Q I E35 S g f'f 1C,i'.s i is ' 'Y . Y .Y. WWt J 147 , 34 11 , "ANCIE T HlSTORY" . tv time it ' ,., ,. . V t l ll! lu . 1 li' ' .fwhWI1lNli9'. i tt, ,wi i w. M . l.,tl.,..ll,,, N , ME 1 . y 'l l"'l35 ,mjtw time W- 1 X L 1' ,r l 'M r ROBERT BRAZ 146 Reed St. French Club, Allied Youth, and R.O.T.C. - salesman for Keystone Reader's Service - happy around the ladies. , ,Wills NNXN 1 N Y ,Wil , M ,,,, M.-mum f J . lt- J' gl- GUALTER DE SILVA 58 Katherine St. Headed for career as engi- neer - interests are reading, music, sports, writing poetry, performing scientific experi- ments - thoughtful person. 148 K ilrlih' ' T figure V, l lx , tea was , ,X if as 4-gy 5 "' X. . Will., "X i , M if "', ,,,' PAUL BROADMEADOW 70 Sutton St. Student Court - School Paper, Key Club - Soccer - Officer Messenger. "Broady" is very active in school affairs he holds a job which he enjoys at Trudell's Pharmacy. ' ' .il tt 1 iw " ll' X ., las' . . .,,.,.,x W IRENE DUPREY QGUTIERREZQ 207 Middleboro Rd. East FI'eefOWI'l Allied Youth 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Counselor 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Traffic Squad 3, 4, Future Teachers' Club 4. The girl with the "Streamlined car." RONALD R. BARBOZA 171 Court St. Winter and Spring Track Team - Salesman in New Bedford - Looking forward to becoming gym instructor or coach. DENNIS CARREIRO 334 Earle St. "Den" - College Course - R.O.T.C., Portuguese Pan American Club - look for him at Cars A Poppin' -likes salt water fishing - will remember the crowded study halls. eff Ai LAWRENCE GEORGE EDMUNDSON 82 Malden Street "Larry" - College Course - Honor Society, Track Team - works at Henry's Restau- rant - will remember running in the State Track Meet - "really great." GEORGE BISCARI 295 Shaw St. Quiet and industrious - likes baseball, basketball, gymnas- tics - stock boy at Arlan's - coin collector - doesn't like bossy girls. PATRICIA CORREIA lRUTKOWlTZl 88 Middle Rd., Acushnet Future Teacher's Club - School Savings Staff - Pep Squad. Has a weakness for music - the babysitter with an iron hand - loyal Crimson rooter. DAWN L. FERDINAND 66 Central Avenue Business course - Pep Club, Traffic Squad, Junior Counse- lor - most happy at end of 8th period - enjoyed rallies the most - likes bowling - "pert." Fha 'UM tim 1 ,WW BEVERLY BIZZARO 127 Belleville Ave. Outstanding in everything she attempts - Girls' League, Student Council Treasurer, and Pep Squad - a top Achiever. JUDITH P. DE MELLO CSNOWJ 516 North Front St. "Judy" - College Course - Honor Society, "Alpha" Staff, Drama Club, A.F.S., Future Teachers, Pupil Personnel Aide, Portugeuse Pan Ameri- can Club, C.C.D., C.Y.O., "Active." JOHN D. FERNANDES 332 Smith Street National Honor Society, Var- sity Baseball and Basketball Teams - St. John the Baptist Church C.Y.O., Boys' Club, Y.M.C.A. - a neat, trustwor- thy young man. A V ROSALIE FERREIRA QBAKERJ 226 Hawthorn St. F.T.A. President - Honor Society Sec. - Girls' League Officer - A.F.S. - A.Y. Con- vention Delegate - reliable, sweet - to teach languages. JOHN GOMES 139 North Street "J.B." - looks forward to career as engineer - clerk at People's Market - interested in bowling, swimming, golfing - "Sportsman" ,ts HM.. sawing JEANNE LEVESQUE QBONNEAUJ 187 David street "Crimson Log" 4, Pan-Ameri- can Club 3, 43 Allied Youth 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers Club 43 Pep Squad 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4. Peppy girl with a busy schedule. i l' J l- N " ,L rf , W f - f . ll s as T.-Q Kira.. THOMAS FERREIRA 24 Nye Street One of our quietest lads - enjoys community baseball and basketball - wished there'd been more parking space around school! GEORGE GOODFELLOW 550 Tarkiln Hill Rd. Varsity Football - Track - Steering Committee - A.Y. - Y.M.C.A. - quiet and sin- cere - respected by all. .. . . ' 1,5 m l 5- is uf' ' ROGER L. LEVESQUE 185 Shawmut Ave. "Reg" - French Club, for- mer football player - works at Howdy's - enjoys motor- cycle racing and playing pool. STEPHEN F. FRAGA 77 Larch Street Hopes to become a teacher - participated in the Portu- guese Pan-American Club play outside interests include sports, oil painting, and girls - so nice to know. MEE- MICHAEL HOCHMAN 740 Rockdale Ave. Band - J.A. - Eagle Scout, and Leadership Award - camp counselor - works weekends as a florist's assist- ant - hopes to become a lawyer. BRUCE LIMA 149 Aquidneck Street Crimson Beanies - outside interests include boating, water skiing, football - future career in engineering - "thoughtful." -45' ROBERT FRANCIS 26 Shore Street R.O.T.C. Platoon Leader - enjoys sports - chess enthu- siast - interested in astron- omy - likes to listen to debates. ERNEST KOBZA 155 Princeton Street "Mike" - worker at People's Market - admires simplicity of dress in females - man of many interests. RHODA LIVRAMENTO 187 Chancery Street Captain GAMS, West Office Aide, Drama Club, Portu- guese Pam-American Club - Drum Corps - hopes to become a teacher - "ener- getic." SUSAN E. GEARY lLESSOFFj 41 Longview Rd. College Course - Sec. French Club, Honor Society, Future Teachers, Student Council, Pep Club - Y.W.C.A. - enjoys sewing - to become a teacher - "a sweet, spirited miss." 'S MITCHELL KULIGA 165 Adams Street Big and brawny - easy-going manner - the ladies find him pleasant - perhaps the Air Force next. MARGARET LONGPRE 56 Jireh Street 'lPeggy" - Honor Society - A.Y., Future Teachers' - J.A. - faithful football spectator - has a beautiful smile. 149 JAMES P. MEDEIROS 4454 Acushnet Ave. Soccer Team Captain - Beanie Boys, Gymnastic Team - Y.M.C.A., hockey - Boys' Club Swimming instruc- tor - unassuming, very nice. NANCY PERRY 3 Spooner Street President of her J.A. company last year - spends leisure in C.Y.O. activities - never makes much noise - rushes like mad for her place in the cafeteria. JARETT ROSE 32 Osborn Street Male Chorus - Pan-Ameri- can Club. A likeable fellow F well fed while working at Fanny Farmer's - interests lead to skating and swimming - annoyed by short passing periods - hopes to become a water skiier - tells some dilly jokes - blushes that Crimson Red - will miss Miss Rat- cliffe's choirs, CURTIS MELLO 197 Norwell Street Football player - active member of Y.M.C.A. - has the unusual and strenuous hobby of lifting weights. any , W . ,,.,,. - i I aa. f - if -, .E . DONNA MARIE MELLO iCARONl 303 Park Ave. Advanced Girls' Chorus - interests are art, drawing, and gymnastics - admires a boy who is trustworthy - easily liked. ABEL PIMENTAL 114 Seabury Street Likeable, quiet lad - dependable as they come - a blond lad, with hair that waves, tool - part-time bak- ery worker. , as 'te . as I . JOHN STHITTMATTER 264 Conduit Street Hi-Vets: President. Main interests are his wife and his home - favorite sports are baseball and basketball - a gunner's mate in the Navy - annoyed when his wife eats too much lobster! - always remembers those wonderful times in the Vets' smoking lounge Q hopes to live in Flo- rida. RICHARD PONTE 41 Mandell Street Football - Track - Basket- ball - Tall and handsome - a lad who never says "quit" - entirely sports-minded - hopes to be at college next year. DONALD VASCONCELLOS 341 Oliver Street College Course A band member A plays in small combo outside of school - study hall favorite class - most happy when playing his sax - a fine musician. - - :Ei r ra- ll , a Q 54: F Y E PETER J. NANOS 106 Bellevue Street College Course - enjoys driving his sports car - will remember the '66 Durfee game - happiest when he doesn't have any homework - hated Mr. SaItzman's ninth periods. MICHAEL L. RAS 66 North Street "Mike" - Honor Society, Track Team - Dramatic Club, Math Club - National Merit Finalist - summer ses- sion at Assumption Prep - active in "Your Theater" - hard-working, energetic. RONALD VAZ 543 No. Front Street N.B.H.S. Band - J.A. - sports enthusiast - likes teachers who mix a little fun with teaching - dislikes dry classes. JOHN PACHECO 95 Ashley Blvd. Key Club 25 Allied Youth 35 Soccer 2, 3, Capt. 3, Basket- ball 2, 3, Capt. 33 Baseball 2, 3. Just crazy about sports - especially his basketball. Well liked by all who knew him. DAVID ROCHA 56 Mt. Vernon Street Senior Class Vice-President - Crimson Highlights: Art Editor Y Football: Quarter- back - Baseball - Key Club - Allied Youth - Honor Society. Quite the ladies' man - one of our handsome foot- ball stars - hardly as quiet as he appears! - wonderful, cool personality. EUGENE WILUSZ 50 Kenyon Street Honor Society, Key Club, A.F.S., Chorus, Math Club, A.Y., - baseball and basket- ball player - C.Y.O. presi- dent - brains and personal- ity. v ,- was My 1 QQ? V, uhm.: Spirit Week .AA-as 'S i 3 g Lust To the Seniors: New Bedford Hugh School us a part of one of the oldest educatuonal systems un the Unuted States It has much tradutuon and many grateful alumnu I am one of them ln my career as teacher department head and headmaster at New Bedford Hugh School I have been pruvuleged to observe the customs currucula and students at many other secondary schools lt us wuth the deepest personal and professuonal satusfactuon that I can declare my profound prude un beung headmaster of such a tremendous school Our physucal plant us outstandung but more umportantly our students are the best May the Class of 1981 go on to ever greater thungs We wush you good fortune and ask you to remember that ut all began rught here at the home of the Whalers New Bedford Hugh School -oL1:'uL QM! Theodore J Calnan Headmaster 7 1 7 7 I ' I -,I .xg . sg We love to shake and bake! I thought there were only Three Stooges. . . -all' I go for mature women! , ,I You should've seen the one that got away. Z ,. N t rrre N ,rer QU y t, vm-t W Anybody in there? Let's see, with gold at S500 an ounce. . . llll 'f ' y if., These freshmen taste goodg they're just hard to clean. f H if What's your problem? 155 Toga, toga, toga.u if "m,,K.,A uw, -, .4 W' 'ff IN X ' 5 V Q ff 1 Q . V . . v K 'Sm fm A. ....,. , X.... . .. .. ., .M 157 Whalers Roast P Q A .ln J ,I-" Ox X AINS BARTMOUTH wi? Z2 STRAWBERRY IT? Take It Easy - But Take It! x. 'Ov x sw., , Ti E.: .221 5 s skis? my 5:19, gr: 4,:.1.,f 35 K 'I Ages? M , ' M fm H rf' x5s5f',1i9g' Eff? A fl K' ., x f W1 21" ,ffl mf: W -H w alk: gifs Candid yff u LA, W 11 A if . :L '33 gff' I , qw' K I - , f :ai .:, 'jj H4 ff ?s4 7v3?Iq"WI'Qv.w.3f:f Qi?-T2 Qzimfzgfiqrifrzekr are-Q ?a?2k3b1mwxf,T4Z'Ik3f 111253- wmq 2 '.','. , lmazff 'giywg 'fue Rv 15 's wht? As' as .gnfgtixi 'abil lvgaznki M'xg"' 'S if! 2? 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