New Bedford High School - Crimson Log Yearbook (New Bedford, MA)
- Class of 1984
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Theme pg. 129
Activities . . . p. 147
Seniors . . . p.79
Clubs and . . .
The Magic of Friendship
Ftates with the
Class of ,84 . .
Time and again the answer to the question 'What will
you remember the most about NBHS'?" was the same -
"The friends I made while in high school." The answers
generally expressed special events shared with a friend
more often than "things" about school. It was often "The
time so-and-so and l did . . ." or l'The time so-and-so and
I had classes with . . or "Being with friends at lunch
time" or "Being with friends during senior lounge."
In response to those many replies, we salute
friendships we hope will last throughout our lives even
though time, distance and circumstances may separate
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Friends share laughs, pains,
problems, moments, events
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Records - Romance - Recreation!
The class of 184 had some definite ideas
about each of these topics.
inthe area of music, "All Night Long" narrow-
ly beat out "Every Breath You Take" for top spot
as the favorite song. Michael Jackson and Pat
Benatar were both walk-aways fortop male and
female singers. ln the race for top group hon-
ors, Police was challenged heavily by others,
but managed to retain first place.
lt's interesting to note that this survey was
done in the late fall of 1983, long before the
many music award programs held nationallyg
and yet, the choices made by the class of '84
were strikingly similiar to national choices. l guess you
could say they were 'tin tuneu with their peers across the
P.S. We left an extra space for each person to fill in his or
her own personal choice in each category.
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Hits with the
All Night Long
Every Breath You Take
Total Eclipse of the Heart
Say, Say, Say
Top Female Singers
Class of '84
Top Male Singers
Magic of Romance
When asked about favorite types of dates, the
old stand-by of walking on the beach still ranked
the highest. The traits looked for in a partner in-
cluded a nice smile, a good sense of humor, a
sensitive nature and the ease to discuss feelings
openly. The top of the "Dream Date" list went to
Chris Brinkley and John Stamos. However many
people voted for their own girlfriend or boyfriend as
their dream date. lt must be magic!
Female Dream Date
1. Chris Brinkley
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4. Jennifer Beals
5. Heather Thomas
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Billy Dee Williams
Listening to music
2. Ice Hockey
Partying is number one! Listening to music rates high.
Playingfwatching sports another favorite!
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3. French fries
5. Ice Cream
.An Officer and a Gentleman
. Risky Business
. Return of the Jedi
Favorite TV Program
. General Hospital
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l Wish I Had Said That!
We all see moments or scenes where our creative
comments beg to flow over to our fellow students. Here
are some such scenes.
"5 to 1 she says no!"
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"Simon says, 'Put your hand on your chin."' "Faster than a speeding bullet!!
Wake me up when its over. I love my locker
t'We found the ball. lt's up here!" "Us cheating? You've got to be kidding!"
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"Come on, take me to the prom." "Lunch will be served according to height!"
"I just washed my hair and I can't do a thing with it!" "Is there no one out there who will challenge me?"
McDonald's is bad, but this is ridiculous!" "BuII's eye!" "Beware stomach, here it comes!"
"We better get A's on these term papers!" "My dentures are slipping!"
"So, that's what it looks like!"
'Bet I can walk a straight line."
"lt's only Playboy!" "That was one heck of a splinterlu
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CITY OF NEW BEDFORD SCHOOL
Mayor Brian J. Lawler
Mrs. Margery Dottin
Atty. Thomas R. Hunt
Mr. Joaquim Nobrega
Mr. Carlos Pacheco
Mr. James Sullivan
Dr. Paul Walsh
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Asst. Supt., Spe . ' .
Mr. C. Nanopoulos
Supt. of Schools
Mrs. G. Frey
Asst. Supt., Elem. Educ.
Mr. Raymond Bisaillon, Art
Mr. William Chapman, Guidance and Pupil Personnel
Mrs. Clara Crosson, Occupational Education
Mrs. Frances Heimberg, Music Education
Mr. Richard Ponte, Phys. Ed., Health and Athletics
Ms. Edna Zola, l.M.C.
Mrs. L. Caron Mr. E. Correia
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Mr, C. Luchetti - Green House
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Mr TJ Calnan Headmaster
DEAN OF STUDENTS
Mr. G. Souza - Tan House
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Ms. B.A. Bizzarro
Mr. R. Nolin
Mr. J. Farrell
Mr. F. Cole
Mrs. M. Stellato
Miss J. Park
Mr- J' Rose Mr, C, Robinson Mr. R. Nerbonne
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fSeatedJ Mrs. McCoy, Mrs. Bebis, Mrs. Kummer, Mrs. Costa fStandingJ Mrs. Ruel, Mrs.
Torres, Ms. Silvia, Mrs. Anuszczyk, Mrs. Jacintho, Mrs. Borges, Mrs. Safioleas, Mrs.
Regis, Mrs. Walsh
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lVl5s.ir5fl.i Garbara Beaupre
Mr. Gerald Cabral
Mr. Joseph Chabot
Mr. Arthur A. Correia, Jr.
Mr. Fernando Cruz
Mr. John David
Mr. Alphonse Duarte
Mrs. Gail A. Duarte
Mrs. Shirley Fernandes
Mr. Joseph Ferreira
Mr. William Frasier
Ms. Beverly Gomes
Mr. Romeo Bergeron
Mr. Fred Reynolds, Chief Engineer
Mr. Kenneth Andrews
Mr. Kenneth Mingola
G I . L. Perry
my rsty Ponte
Marion J. Wholley
Mr. Charles Gosselin
Mr. Richard Haskins
Mr. Manuel Henriques
sfll . Donald Howard
i iir 3gMrr.iJohn A. Hunt
Mfg John Joseph
Mr. Dennis Latour
Mr. James Macedo
Mr. Ernest Medeiros
Mr. Willard Monteiro
Mr. Luciano Oliveira
Mr. Kenneth Perry
Mr. Edgar Pothier
Mr. George Roy, Jr.
Mr. William Tavares
Mr. Anthony Williams
Mr. Dale Fuller
FROM THE DESK OF ...
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Allcock
Thanx for being so great- 3-304
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Alves
Mrs. Dorothy Amaral
Boa Sorte! - Julie Amaral
Good Luck - Sylvia Amaral
Arthur F. Anderson
Richard S. Anderson
Best Wishes Class of '84
Mr. Armstrong and Mrs. Mello
Best Wishes - Mrs. Toni Audette
Good Luck! Ray St Fran Barbero
Best Wishes - Ronald Barboza
Luck, Happiness, and Success!
Mr. and Mrs. William Bettencourt
Good Luck to the Class ot '84
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bisaillon
Bonne Chance a la Classe de '84 -
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boisvert
Best Wishes - Judy Bolton
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bonneau
Best Wishes Always - Jeanne
Best Wishes from Mr. Bourgeois
Best Wishes for Success to the
Class of '84 - Robert J. Braz
May Your Futures Be Bright -
Mr. P. Broadmeadow
Good Luck - Mrs. Buckley
Congratulations to Senior Class of '84
Walter and Gisele Cabral
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Calnan
Best Wishes Class of '84
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Calnan
Lena Campanelli: Control Your Life,
Don't Let Life Control You.
Russell D. Campoli
Best Wishes to the Class of '84
Mr. 8t Mrs. Richard Carreiro
Best Wishes to the Class of '84
Carol A. Clermont
Congratulations to the Class of '84
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Cohen
Best Wishes to the Class of '84
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Cole
Walter, Cindie, Kelli and Corey
Best of Luck - Mr. Donald L. Costa
Best Wishes Class of '84
Mr. J. Costa
Best Wishes - Mrs. M. Costa
Best of Luck - John T. Curry
Good Luck Robin, Dad
Best Wishes to the Class of '84
Alcides Da Graca
Dorothy A. Dean
Mr. and Mrs. J. DeChambeau
Best Wishes Class of '84
Dept. of Nursing
Mr. and Mrs. Gualter DeSilva and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dlouhy
Mr. Ronald J. Dow
Good Luck and Be Happy - D. Dube
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Esancy -
Best of Luck
Mr. and Mrs. John Fernandes
Mrs. Violeta Fernandes
Mr. and Mrs. Silvino Ferreira
Best Wishes - Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Mr. Robert W. Foster
Best of Luck - Mrs. Foucart
Mr. Robert Fournier
Mr. Stephen Fraga
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Francis
Maurice A. Galipeau
Congratulations - L.V. Galuska
Best of Luck '84 - Mr. Joseph Gill
Edward R. Girard
Mr. and Mrs. Rene Gissinger
Mrs. Pauline Goldrick
Mr. John Gomes
Luck To Our Favorite Class
Carolyn and George Goodfellow
Best of Luck - David Greene
Best Wishes - Mrs. Griffith
Irene Duprey - Gutierrez
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Guy
Mr. and Mrs. W. Hamlet, Drew and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hartley
Catherine F. Hassey
Mr. and Mrs. J. Leo Hebert
Good Luck - Arthur Heffernan
Congratulations - Constance M.
Michael B. Hochman
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jacintho
Best of Luck to All - Mrs. Johnston
Felicida Des Y Muy Beuna Suerte
En El Futuro - Mrs. Dorothy
Best Wishes - William and Regina
Best of Luck - James J. Kelly
Best Wishes - Mr. and Mrs. N.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Lagasse
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lanouette
Cynthia A. Leal
Best Wishes - Mr. Ron LeBlanc
Best of Luck - Yvette LeBlanc, R.N.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Levesque
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Liljedahl
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lima
Good Luck Class of '84
Mr. and Mrs. Sal Lombardo
Good Luck and Best Wishes - M.E.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn W. Machado and
Laurindo Machado - Best Wishes
Best Wishes - James L. Mandley
Armand R. Marchand
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Martins
Best of Luck in the Future
Raymond N. Martin
Best Wishes - M. Matos
Eugene F. McCarthy
Good Luck to '84 Seniors -
Best Wishes to the Class of 1984 -
Best of Luck - Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Best Wishes - Ruth Mellen
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Messier
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Methia
Robert D. Millette
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Mitchell
Mr. R. Monteiro
Congratulations and Best Wishes to the
Class of '84 - M.V. Morris
Sgt. R. Morrison
The Importance of Knowledge ls
Relative to What Use You Make of lt -
Be All You Can Be - Good Luck -
Good Luck Class of '84 - Antonio
Future Success - Mr. Joseph Oliver
ll Faut Cultiver Notre Jardin! - Miss P.
John H. Pacheco
Mr. Richard Pacheco and Family
Good Luck! Joan Park
Mr. and Mrs. David Pepin and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Hans E. Picard
Mr. R. Pires
Pauline B. Rainville
John and Linda Raposo
Best of Luck - Michael L. Ras
Mrs. Marjorie C. Rayle
Love and Luck - Vivian Robb
Mr. and Mrs. William Robbins
Best Wishes to the Class of 1984
Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson
Best Wishes - Mr. and Mrs. Roger
Best Wishes - Mrs. H. Rogers
Mr. and Mrs. John Rolli
Good Luck Class of '84 - Mrs.
Best Wishes for Your Happiness
Anita C. Rose
Health - Happiness - Success
Jarett W. Rose, Sc. Dept. Chairman
Gale F. Rowles
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Rubin
Good Luck to Kathy from Derek and
Laurie and Aaron Santos
Best of Luck - William Savage
Best Wishes to the Class of '84
Best Wishes - Virginia K. Sherbino
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Silva
Manuel B. Silveira - Boa Sorte
Congratulations to the Class of '84
Kenneth L. Soares
Good Luck Class of '84 - G.A. Souza
Anna J. Sowa
Mr. Roger A. St. Pierre
Best of Luck to the Class of '84
Best Wishes - Jack Tabachnik
Best of Luck to the Class of 1984
Mr. D.A. Tavares I
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund M. Tavares
Mr. Maurice J. Taylor, Jr.
Best Wishes - Mrs. Theresa Travers
Good Luck Class of '84
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Vardo
Mr. and Mrs. D. Vasconcellos
Mathew, Eric, Amy Vaz
Neal F. Wall
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Walsh
Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Walski
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Winsper
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony S. Zielinski
LITTLE HUIVIOR . . .
Student to Nurse: "I didn't go to see the doctor because I wasn't feeling too good!"
Note from mother of 14 children:
Note from parent:
Nurse to Student:
Please excuse John's absence yesterday. I lost count when I
woke up the children and I forgot John."
"Over what were Agamemnon and Achilles fighting during the
They were fighting over who spoiled the war."
My daughter was absent Friday due to her not feeling."
What is the Caduceus?"
"The Caduceus is the symbol of Herpes."
I have a headache.
Here's an icecap."
"Where do I put it?"
Name one other work by Mark Twain fbesides Tom Sawyerlf'
Unga Bury Fun
Note from parent: "Dear Teacher,
Student to nurse:
Note from parent:
My son was absent Wednesday because of his sour shoulder."
"Identify Creon in the play Oedipus Rex."
"Creon was Joe Caster's brother."
"I have static cling on my leg,
can I have some lotion?"
Please excite Sherry for
being absent on Tues., Dec.
"I told my father what you said
"What are you talking about?"
"I told my father you called me
a dirty elephant."
"Yesterday You told me to
stop talking and to turn around. r
You said I was a dirty .
"ll said, 'Turn around: you're a
disturbing elementl' "
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NB 20-47 Brockton
NB 28-6 Fairhaven
NB 13-35 Somerset
NB 21-12 Attleboro
NB 0-28 Dartmouth
NB 17-0 Quincy
NB 21-19 Barnstable
NB 20-8 Catholic Memorial
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Darren Stroud, Victor Fuentes Back KL-RJ Preston Perry, Brendan McDonald, John Bennett, Frank Rodrigues,
Ed Caron, Matt Maillet, Donald Rodrigues, Tony Gomes, Dominic Rose, Jamie Costello, Wayne Lima
Whalers Put ln a Tough
Season, but Come Out
As the 1983 football season began, the
Whalers future did not appear too bright.
They were plagued by inexperience and the
loss of several key varsity players. Despite a
2-3 record after five games, the Crimson
turned in a solid second-half performance.
Coach LiljedahI's forces became a model
of consistency as they won four of their last
five games, including victories over tough
Falmouth and Barnstable teams.
The Whalers were led by confident senior
quarterback John Bennett. Teaming with
Bennett on offense were senior Brendan
MacDonald and junior running sensation
Dave DePina. The passing game was also
effective with seniors Preston Perry and Vic-
tor Fuentes leading the charge.
Meanwhile, the defense proved that
"when you're hot you're hot." Throughout
the season the defense came up with big
plays led by co-captains Ed tWheatiesJ
Caron and Donald Rodrigues.
The Whalers finished 6-4 which is pretty
good for a team some people were ready to
write off at the beginning of the season. To
the 1983 Whalers -- we tip our hats!
X Country Team Concentrates
on Building Experience --
The NB cross-country team, a very young
squad, rebounded from an O-3 start 43 losses by
1 pointl to finish with a respectable 4-4 record
after developing into a strong club over the
second half of the season.
Highlights during the second half of the sea-
son were convincing dual-meet wins over Dart-
mouth t15-42J and Somerset Q15-505, a 2nd
place finish in the SMC Division I championship
Cavenging early season defeats to Attleboro
and Seekonk in the processl, and a 6th place
finish in the State Division I championships in-
volving the 25 largest schools in Eastern Mas-
The Whalers were led by senior captain Tony
Macedo who ran the second fastest time
f14:38l ever recorded by a Whaler runner at
Buttonwood Park. Both Macedo and Andy
Wolfe were named to the league all-star team
for their performances. Seniors Chris Bailey,
Mike Souza and Marc Ribeiro contributed
heavily to the varsity cause throughout the sea-
son with Souza's strong effort in the SMC
championship meet providing the spark that the
Whalers' needed to secure a 2nd place finish.
Next year's squad has a promising future with
the returning juniors and sophomores.
A RECORD RUN
Ist L-R: Tony Macedo, Chris Bailey, Marc Ribeiro, Mike Souza Top L-R: David
Mahmoud, Chris Karalekas, Richard Pires, Manny Macedo, Andy Wolfe, John Ruel,
ghrg Baxter, Chris Rutkowitz, Sean Finnerty, Kevin Cummings, Kevin Cook, Coach
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Catholic Memorial Invit.
State Class Championship 6th
Whalers Gain Respect of All
for Ability and Standards -
With an outstanding record once again the
Whalers gained respect and recognition for
themselves, the school and the community.
In spite of an unusual set of circumstances, the
Whalers qualified for tournament play where
they once again excelled. They gained victories
over Boston English, Bridgewater-Raynham and
Falmouth. Unfortunately, their hopes were
crushed by Needham in the finals by a score of
1-O in the fifth overtime.
Despite this blow, the Whalers had put in a
magnificent season with highlights such as the
victory over D-Y in both score and class Kas
shown later by the handling of a technicalityl
Every player showed outstanding perform-
ances during the season, but senior players,
Henry Andrade, Tony Medina and Theirno
Niang, had splendid seasons. Srs. Fransisco
Oliveira, Peter Rafael, Jesse d'Almeida and
Manny Duarte also turned in great perform-
ances. Meanwhile, goalie Paul Rego and Nelson
Rodriques stunned spectators with their skillful
With dedication from players and coaches the
NBHS soccer team followed the Whaler tradition
of superb soccer playing.
lst L-R: Nelson Rodriques, Fransisco Oliveira, Peter Rafael, Henry Andrade, Tony Medina, Louis
Goncalves,-Jesse d'Almeida, Paul Rego 2nd L-R: Coach Matos, Rigobert DeAbreu, Gary Pires,
Bassirou Niang, Tony Lima, Jose Lisboa, Kevin Vicente, Theirno Niang, Baltazar Almeida, John
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Kneeling QL-RJ: Roy Marmelo, Randy Lima, Tony Tolentino, Doug Martin, Dave
Halle, Joe Raposa, Mario Oliveira fMiddleJ: Mahmoud M. Abdel-Gawad, Mike
Richards fco-capt.l, Eric Horn, Dave Garrett, Peter Berthiaume foo-capt.1
fBackJ: Bill Hathaway, Curt Nelson, Paul Aresta, Bob Tweedie, Peter Marques,
Ricky Porter, Wade Perry, Bill Mello
M. Richards, Coach J. Medeiros, P. Berthiaume
HOME . . . AT LAST!
The N.B.H.S. Boys' Swim Team came home to their own re-
stored pool and the S.M.U. pool became just a memory. With a new
ceiling above them, the team mastered their new pool with intensi-
ty and determination as shown in their record: 7 wins - 3 losses.
Finishing third in the Relay Carnival and second only to
Seekonk in the Conference Developmental Meet, the Whalers
Swim Team proved to be an excellent asset to a strong and
prestigious athletic program. The team is coached by Mr. James
Co-captains Peter Berthiaume and Mike Richard helped
boost morale when the going got tough, and they were
aided by surprising newcomer, Bill Mello and his diving ability.
Losing first to Duxbury because of fingertip touch-outs in a
few races and upsetting victories, the Whalers' morale went
straight downhill. Next, the loss at Seekonk was another factor
in reducing the team's confidence. With the Durfee Meet it came
down to the last relay to decide the winner unfortunately
to their advantage they wong not only the event but also
In spite of these three losses this was a
great season due to the team's effort to
bounce back - as shown by the seven
Seniors Eric Horn, Tony Tolentino, Bob
Tweedie, Dave Garrett, Randy Lima and
Paul Aresta all proved to be a distinguish-
able asset to our team.
Special thanks go to Mahmoud Abdel-
Gawad, our foreign exchange student
from Egypt, for helping us achieve our
goals. Other commendable efforts were
shown by juniors Scott Barrows, Rusty
Clark, Joe Raposa and Roy Marmelog and
by sophomores Dave Ponte and Ricky
A DEFINITE TWO!
Standing lL-Fil: Coach F-loderigues, Terry Wynn, Joe Andrews, Roger Lewis, Ken McClain, Capt. Shaqn
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NB 73-46 92-46 Falmouth
NB 79-35 84-62 Attleboro
NB 58-40 70-48 Bishop Feehan
NB 69-44 86-64 Somerset
NB 86-49 84-42 Bishop Connolly
NB 54-58 54-91 Durfee
NB 68-52 85-78 Barnstable
WHALEFIS TOURNAMENT BOUND
New Bedford High's season
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Tournament. The Whalers won the first
round with a solid victory over Our Lady of
Providence, but unfortunately were defeated
in the finals by Cambridge-Ftindge-Latin.
Senior and captain Shaun Beaudoin
was consistently the spark of the Whaler
offense with a 14 point average. Johnny
Souza, a quick guard, was aggressive on
the floor and Kenny McClain, the 6-7 cen-
ter, was known for blocking shot after
shot. Joe Andrews, a definite inside scor-
ing threat, led the team with rebounds,
while Terry Wynn, coming off the bench,
was always on top of things. Other seniors
included Danny Soares, Ronald Jacobs
and Steve Brown, all of whom contributed
100'!o when called into action.
Roger "Tres" Lewis, only a sophomore,
was the fifth starter. His future with bas-
ketball looks promising for him and for
future Whaler teams.
Once again the NBHS basketball tradi-
tion continues with the 1983-1984 team
compiling an impressive record and
headed for tournament play.
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Marden, Brendan Lawler, Kirk Morgan, Brendan MacDonald. Back tL-Rl: Assistant
Coach Tim Rezendes, Paul Goguen, Ted Senna, Matt Tierney, John Vasques, Billy
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The NBHS Hockey Team skated its way to a 10-8-1 overall
record this year. Coached by Mr. John Rolli and led
by some fantastic seniors, the Whalers were able to
achieve an excellent outcome for the 1983-1984
season with one of its greatest thrills coming from
an upset victory over Cape powerhouse, Falmouth High by
the score 3-2l No one in this area is suppose to beat
this Cape team, but someone forgot to tell the Whalers
Capt. Scott Allen topped off the season as the high-
est scorer in the SMC Division I. He was followed by
Bruce Barboza who also broke the school record for
the most goals in one season. In fifth place was Whaler
senior Mark Souza. To back up this offensive trio was
the awesome Brendan MacDonald. His excellent goal-
tending put the team 7-7 in their division and caused
spectators' heads to whirl! The unique talents of other
seniors such as: David Reis, Keith Marden, Jeff
Poyant, John Vasques, Dave Roy and Kirk Morgan,
will also not go unforgotten.
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ill x be 'uniors Andy Rezendes, Matt Tierney, Brendan
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several good sophomores. Hoping for a bright future in
1984-85, we tip our hats to the talents and
heroes of the Class of '84,
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A RUN TO VICTORY!
Back QL-RJ: Asst. D. Sylvia, Mark Travers, Carmelo Grajales, Rick Pires, Robert Mota, Sean Finnerty,
Kevin Cook, Tim Jacques, Kathy Mulligan, Liz Alves, Thomas Pacheco, Jason Hill, John Borowicz,
Pete Crowell, Eddie Soares, Chris Karalekas, John Ramos, Ron Esteves, Coach S. Gardiner
fMiddleJ: Tim Scott, Jeff Botelho, Paul Pelczarski, Martin Ayala, Rick Mayer, David Mahmoud,
George Jacques, Mike Cruz, Sue Caron, Chris Baxter, Manny Macedo, Andy Wolfe, Joe Taveira, Cliff
Espinola, Joe DaRocha, John Ruel lFrontJ: Tom Costa, Robert Sosa, Belmiro Fernandes, John
Martins, Mike Souza, Chris Bailey, Doug Harris, Co-capt. Marc Ribeiro, Co-capt. Tony Macedo, Bruce
Terry, John Bennett, James Costello, Pedro Almeida, Jeff McKay
PROVES TO BE MUCH
The 1983-84 indoor season was supposed to be a
"rebuilding" year, but the Whalers showed continued
improvement throughout the season. After an early
season loss at Falmouth, the Whalers won the last 5
dual meets in convincing fashion to finish with a 6-1
dual meet record.
New Bedford continued to contend in the "Big"
meet season as they captured the Voc-Tech Invita-
tional, a meet that they have captured 6 out of the past
7 years, the SMC championship meet, a meet that they
have won the past 5 years in a row, as well as finishing
4th in the State Class A Relays and 3rd in the Class A
Co-captains Marc Ribeiro and Tony Macedo, along
with senior high jumper Jamie Costello, led the Whaler
assault. Costello holds the school record with ajump of
6'6" and was the CLASS A champion. Ribeiro re-
oorded the 6 fastest times ever run in the 600 yd run on
Voc-Tech's 10 lap indoor track, a facility where every
athlete in Southeastern Massachusetts has competed
on regularly for the past 7 years. Macedo is one ofthe
most versatile runners to compete for the Whalers as
he excelled in events ranging from the 440 to the
2-mile. Macedo and Ribeiro combined with senior
John Bennett and sophomore Chris Baxter to estab-
lish a school record in the 4x800 meters with a time of
Seniors Pedro Almeida tmilel, Chris Bailey tmilei,
Doug Harris 13003, Belmiro Fernandes trelayi, Ed
Soares l50J, Tom Costa 1503, Bob Sosa tshot putt,
Mike Souza Q2 milej and Bruce Terry 1600 and relayy
all made significant contributions to the suocess of the
Costello, Macedo, Ribeiro and junior 2 miler Andy
Wolfe, who was undefeated in dual meet competition
and was league champion, were all named to the
all-league team. Sophomore Liz Alves set girls' rec-
ords in the mile 151265 and 2 mile 1112501 and also was
named to the league all-stars.
lt proved to be much more than simply a "rebuild-
ing" year as first supposed, but then that's the spirit of
the Whaler runner!
RUN TO THE FINISH!
L-Fl: Nicky Girard, Sue Caron, Lori Miranda, Kathy Mulligan, Liz Alves, Michelle Girard,
Coach S. Gardiner
GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY
TEAM RUNS ONTO THE
SCENE THIS YEAR
New Bedford's Girls' Cross Country Team completed
their first year of varsity team competition with a 4-3
record. The young Whalers sprinted out to an early 3-1
record, but injuries depleted a team that was already
small in number.
Sophomore Liz Alves and junior Michele Girard be-
came co-record holders of the Buttonwood course as
both girls posted times of 18:37. For her efforts, Liz was
named to the leagues all-star team. Junior captain Sue
Caron supported Alves and Girard with consist-
ently strong performances as well as fine leader-
ship. Sophomore Nicki Girard display-
ed the heart and determination that marked
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the Whaler team as she led the Whalers to
their exciting 27-29 triumph over area-
powerhouse Barnstable by completing the
race on a broken foot! Her loss for the remain-
der of the season dealt a crushing blow to the
red and white as she had been developing into
one of the area's best. Freshman Lori Miranda
and sophomore Kathy Mulligan also showed
great potential during the year with Miranda
running a great race in September against
Seekonk before injuries curtailed her season
The future looks bright as the Whalers re-
turn their top six runners for next year, and that
looks very promising for them!
Girls Fight Season Weak in
Experience, but Strong in
The field hockey team had an unfortu-
nate season, scoring only six goals. Howev-
er, not lacking on this team was motivation.
Holding them back was inexperience,
but in spite of this they put up quite a fight
against stronger and more experienced
teams in their league.
Senior star player, Angie Vasconcellos is
to be commended for her outstanding
efforts in a losing season as are the other
girls. After all, "it's not whether you win or
lose, but how you play the game!"
1st L-Ft: Michelle Melanson, Nancy Panker, Donna Morrison, Nina Chomak, Anne
Schwartz Top L-Fl: Angie Vasconcellos, Sandra Medeiros, Kathy Camacho, Nancy
Medeiros, Maria Ribeiro, Lynn Frias, Kelly Dreher, Michelle Almeida
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The girls' volleyball team suffered a losing
season, but gained a great deal of experience
for next year's squad. With a depleted squad
and only three girls returning from last year's
squad the team managed only one win this
season. The victory came with a triumph over
Congratulations should be given to seniors
Cindy Almeida, Wendy Amaral and Carol
Krouzek for outstanding efforts in spite of the
odds working against them.
1st L-Fi: Kathy Brennan, Kelly Taylor, Lisa Berard 2nd L-R: Mr. J. Pina, Carol Krouzek, Jessica
Langlois, Cinty Almeida, Wendy Amaral, Ms. J. Kalife
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1st L-Fl: Kris Fraga, Nicky Treadup, Beth Shaunessy, Kris Porter, Lana Kara-John
2nd L-Ft: Bridget Lyons, Lisa Mello, Sue Touhey, Cindy Goyette, Roberta Verville,
Sue Duhamel, Nicky Fernandes, Renee Berthiaume, Trisha Swain, Coach Morrell.
3rd L-Fi: Pam Souza, Cathy Foster, Beth Schwatz, Liz Barnett, Anne Verville, Kerry
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Girls Cruise to Improved Record
After a slow start with two losses, the girls' swim team ran off
six straight victories. Led by outstanding performances from
co-captains Ftaegan Watkins and Cathy Weaver, the Whalers
swam to their best season.
ln spite of the prospect of losing seniors such as Watkins,
Weaver, Bridget Lyons, Lisa Mello, Sue Touhey and Nicole
Treadup, Coach Morrell feels confident the team will continue
its success next year.
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Almeida, Mrs. Bonneau. Row 2 QL-RJ: Randy DeBross, Kelly Dreher, Joyce Ribeiro, Kelly
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The New Bedford High Whaierettes,
with returning all-star Angela Vascon-
cellos and seniors June Silva, Leisha
Conceicao and Cindy Almeida, com-
peted in a very strong S.M.C. division
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talent in an outstanding effort against
home-standing Somerset by scoring 31
points. Throughout the season Angie
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game in the second meeting with Somer-
set. High scoring Warton was held to
only 2 points in the second half due to
the fine guarding of June.
Leisha Conceicao proved aggressive
against Bishop Feehan and had one of
her finest games. Cindy Almeida
showed her prowness against Bishop
Stang at home, grabbing numerous re-
bounds and driving to the hoop.
The Whaierettes ended with an over-
all 8-9 recordg but with players such as
Bernie Silva, Kelly Dreher, Anne Crab-
be, and a fine J-V team, things look
bright for Mrs. Bonneau and assistant
Kneeling QL-Rl: Maria Souza, Beth Schwanz, Anne Schwartz, Lynn Perron
fMiddIej: Beth Shaunessy, Rhonda Raposa, Joan Sylvia lBackl: Lois Sud-
Martinex, Chris Ferreira, Kathy Saltzman, Ann-Marie Ladino
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This season went particularly well
for this infant team that has been in
existence for only two years. Each girl
participated in the four events: vault-
ing, floor exercise, balance beam, and
uneven bars, but as in every competi-
tive sport, certain individuals excel to
greater heights than others. However,
this year's Girls' Gymnastic Team re-
flected strong ties of friendship as well
as showmanship. The girls worked
well together as a team and their
strength came from the depth of the
entire team which provided the foun-
dation of their success.
Next yearthe team will be losing this
year's seniors Kathy Saltzman, cap-
tain of the team, and Anne Marie Ladi-
no. Kathy was superior in each event,
but she showed extreme talent in
vaulting. Her energy and spirit created
an unsurpassed enthusiasm which
aided the Whaler team to victory. This
was Anne Marie's first year as a mem-
ber of the team: however, her poise
and grace were unequalled by any of
her challengers, and she proved to be
an exceptional gymnast.
Other outstanding athletes include
Beth Shaunessy, who ranks second in
all around competition, and Anne
Schwartz, who holds the school
record for balance beam and uneven
bars. Co-captain Christine Ferreira
possessed uncomparable dance abili-
ty as well as agility. NBHS' Girls' Gym-
nastics Team ranks second in their
league, a great accomplishment for
such a young team whose confidence
and expertise are still growing.
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DEDICATED TO OUR FANS
To the fans who stayed by our side
whether in victory or defeat To
those who shared every joy and ex-
perienced each triumph . . . To those
who felt the aches, pains and despair
To the many who rated us 9661
even when the win column wasn't one
hundred per cent To the proud
wearers of the red and white, present
and past To the ones who
cheered us on . . . We dedicate these
photos of our sports family and fans.
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AARON A. ABELHA
31 Concord St.
Happiest when with Shirley who puts
magic in his life. Thanks her for
understanding. Favorite pastime
spent with pro-bicycle racing. Future
robotics technician. List of favorites
at NBH include Mr. Biscari and lunch-
MARIA H. ABREU
5 Mitchell St.
Happiest being with friends, listening
to music or playing tennis. Mr.
Machado favorite teacher. 'Go for it!"
Thanks parents for their support.
Hopes to have a successful life and
one day visit Hawaii. "Never Gonna
Let You Go".
31 Rutland St.
Will never forget working at Angelo's
and the vani Would like to thank par-
ents, Sharon and Danny for support
and understanding. Happy laughing
with the "madwomen", talking on the
phone or water-skiing. Looks for hon-
esty and humor.
30 Juniper St.
"Nellie" wishes to thank all the little
people. Found Mr. Soares enjoyable
teacher. A favorite school activity
was lunch. Future destiny is to be-
come a secretary and maybe one
day visit Hawaii. "Every Breath You
Take" top tune.
JOANN AGUIAR JOSE A. AGUIAR DEBORAH ALBERNAZ
74 Long View Rd. 108 Colonial Drive 128 Shawmut Ave.
N.B. 02740 N.B. 02746 N.B. 02740
'Jo" will carry fond memories of
cheering for NBHS and being part of
the band. Mr. Kobza for chemistry
great time. ls happy with friends or
quiet times reading. Parents and
Mimi get her thanks. To become
fashion designer. 'tSo what!"
Auto racing is one of the few items
this young man takes seriously. Can
be found with friends hanging out at
Shaw's parking lot. Won't forget the
speed bumps at NBHS parking lot.
Thanks go to parents. Wishes for
"Debbie" is happiest at the thought of
Russell. Aug. 26. 1982 a date to re-
member. Good lokes make her
smile. Wishes the world eternal
happiness. Mr. Methia tops. Thanks
to Mr. Longo. Appreciates a nice
smile on a person. 'Wickedl"
18 Junior St.
Happiest when with friends. Appreci-
ates honesty in people. Thanks go to
Mom and Dad for love and sacrifices.
This future lawyer can be found at
The Front. Will always remember Mr.
Raposo and his Spanish Ill class.
"What you mean?"
CIDALIA M. AGUIAR
118 Nash Fld.
"Cindy" remembers being rushed to
class. "You're kidding!" Thanks Mr.
Alves Mrs. Gomes for their en-
couragement and parents for their
love. Feels respect, honesty and
trust are valuable, Happy with
friends. To enter business world.
17 Saucier St.
Usually found playing hockey or with
the crew. Thanks his parents for ev-
erything. Happy in Canada. Mr. Bis-
carl and math tops. Friends made at
NB, the girls and getting the "Taz"
memorable. Future physicist. Looks
for honesty and humor.
CYNTHIA M. ALMEIDA
B9 Pawnee Court
'Cindi" Really enjoyed talking on the
phone or listening to Mr. Longo yell at
the young freshmen! Thanks go to
him and favorites Ms. Buckley and
Ms, Forgue. Playing the game of b-
ball or watching Dr. J were great.
Liked the guys.
103 Rockland St.
times with friends. Wishes to travel
the world. Happy times spent with
Cheryl. Thanks parents for being
there. Likes honesty in people. Favo-
rites are woodsfauto tech. Found
hanging at Mills.
134 Bonney St.
Enjoyed lunch. shorthand. and listen-
ing to music. Would like to thank par-
ents, family, and teachers for sup-
port. Hopes for world peace, Ambi-
tion to become executive secretary.
Remembers the White Mountains.
Thumb tack lady!
52 Washington St.
One of NB's finest young men. Wont
forget fun times with ROTC crew or in
chemistry with Mr. Goodfellow. En-
joyed summer-nrght jogging. A Mrs.
Hassey fan. Finally reached the time
to nail Eric C, "Yol" Sylvia makes him
125 Sycamore St.
'Willie" Forever thankful to Mother
and Aunt Jeannie. Happiest times
with Joe. Will always remember
meeting all the new friends at NBHS.
Mr. Fraga a definite favorite. Hawaii a
fantasyland. "Save it!" Enjoys music
ARMINDO ALVES LOURDES P. ALVES ROBIN M. ALVES LUIS AMADO
38 Slocum St. 16 Rodney St. 711 Coggeshall St. 79 Florence St.
Acushnet 02743 N.B. 02744 N.B. 02746 N.B. 02740
Couldn't wait for graduation day and
decided to leave a little earlier, Was
often found in the Blue House core
and corridors. Enjoyed being with
friends at lunchtime. ls soon to be
NBH graduate via nightschool route.
t'Shorty" enjoys walking on the
beach. Will remember lunch times
with CM and MA as fun. Thanks par-
ents for love and support. "Total
Eclipse of the Heart" favorite song.
"Go for it" Hopes for a future in the
Her trip to Hawaii will long be a vivid
and pleasant memory. "Hang loose!"
Enjoyed typing and shorthand at
NBHS. Out of school pleasure was
hitting the beach, Thanks parents for
love and support throughout. To
attend business college,
"Luie" likes being with good friends
and having good times. Remembers
being on three lunch shifts. Thanks
parents for getting him through
school. Enjoyed auto with Mr.
Dlouhy. Hopes to become a mechan-
ic. West Beach a favorite spot,
982 Hillcrest Road
Happy with Patrick. Won't forget
NBH lunches, Mr. Kobza, Mr. Gill and
Sr. lounge. Thanks Mom for love and
support. Favorites are skiing and clin-
ical chemistry. To become nurse
and marry Pat. The long wait is over.
105 Bonney St.
"Clem" enjoys bowling, and making
other people smile, Mr. Roscow, Mr.
Oliver, chem. and algebra tops. Spe-
cial thanks to sister Adeline. Won't
forget great friends made at NBH.
Happy people make him smile. A fu-
DANIEL J. AMARAL
255 Rockdale Ave.
"Danny" remembers band trips to
Florida and Montreal. Mr. V. rates
high. Special time Nov. 13, 1983. Fu-
ture member of Air Force Band. Hap-
piest times spent with Linda. Can be
found hanging at Music Mansion.
Thanks parents Mr. V.
WENDY MARIE AMARAL MARIA AMARO SANDRA AMORIN
112 Larch St. 11 Monroe Drive 43 Agnes St.
N.B. 02740 N.B. 02740 N.B. 02745
"Wen" will always remember the Ju-
nior Banquet and people she's met at
NBHS, Happiest times come from
being with Micky. Volleyball and Mr.
Gill are favorites. Loves a person with
a good sense ol humor. "I cant be
"Esther" can be found in Blue guid-
ance or with Upward Bound. NBHS
favorites include Spanish with Mr.
Araujo, the 1:50 bell and being with
friends EC, MC, AA and Dora G.
Thanks parents for understanding
and love. Future R.N. "What's upl"
"Sandy" will always remember
asking Wayne about the boxing
team. Happiest times with friends.
Jeff puts magic in her life, Special
thanks to Mom and Dad. Mr. Motta
Super teacher. Wishes for peace in
the world and visit to Paris.
63 Saturn Drive
"Neicy" Recalls falling down stairs
and splitting ner pants at NBHS. Mrs.
Purcells Black History class was
tops. "Let the Music Play" favorite
song. Special thanks to Mom. Twin
date is Oct. 24, 1965, Known for "Get
63 Saturn Drive
Will carry memories of the fine ladies
in the core, "What's up?" Enjoyed
having Mr, Hamlet for science. Bas-
ketball a favorite school activity. Spe-
cial thanks to his mother. "White
Lines" a hit with him. Hopes for
185 Sycamore St.
"Auge" Loved time spent with
friends. Happiest moments with Pres-
ton. Could always be found hanging
in the core and at the front. To own
beauty shop one day would be tops.
Getting her own way always creates
a smile. Likes friendliness.
HENRIQUE M. ANDRADE
314 Earle St.
Enjoyed playing soccer and thanks
Coach Matos, Coach Gill and par-
ents for support. Won't forget friends
and staff at NBHS- esp, Mr. Hamlet
and Mr. Kobza. Hopes for a future
filled with success. Enjoys finding a
51 Shawmut Ave.
"Jay" Enjoyed playing football for
NBHS and partying with friends.
Won't forget hanging in the core and
TV production with Mr. Robitaille.
Happy gazing into a girl's eyes.
Thanks Mom. Often atthe U.F. Looks
for sense of humor.
KIMM M. ANDRADE
325 Cottage St.
"Sam" Gives special thanks to Mr.
Fortes and Mr. Sykes. Being with
Eddie brings her happiness. Family
and friends MA, VA, DA, SA, MA, CJ,
RB, DA, AA and AS make her smile.
Likes to sing, model, paint and play
643 Union St.
"Mad" Enjoyed working with Mr.
Charbonneau at the Z and with Dra-
ma Club. Won't forget friends and
good times at NBH. Thanks go to
Gina and Elaine. Likes magic of the
theatre and being young, wild and
free. Mr. Motta tops.
255 North St.
Captain" Happiest with friends. Will
always remember coming in tardy.
Mosquito and Twiggy always get a
smile. Appreciates a sense of humor.
Can be found partying on Wolf Island
Road. Thanks to Ma and Dad for ev-
100 Lawrence St.
Swimming was above all other activi-
ties at NBHS - even at the SMU
pool. Other favorites were history
and Mr. Methia. Thanks go out to Mr.
Medeiros as 41 coach. Hopes to get
ajob and make a great deal of money
in a short time.
165 Gayhead Ct.
"Sun-shine" Loved Drama Club and
dance performances with Kevin
Burns. Finds happiness with Kevin
Lopes. Special thanks to Mom, Dad
and Stella Pifco. Sociology and Ms.
Leal super. Wishes for career as pro-
fessional dance instructor.
144 Princeton St.
Enjoys riding his bike, skin diving,
and computers. Wont forget the
helpful teachers at NBH - esp. Mrs.
Harper, Mr. Luchetti and Mr. Calnan.
Hopes to become a millionaire.
Grateful to parentsffriencls for sup-
port. Likes honesty.
120 Tallman St.
"C.B." enjoyed good times with
friends - esp. during spirit week.
Reading, listening to music or cruis-
ing brought good times. "Thats life!"
Thanks parents and family. Hopes
one day to be a famous author. To
visit Greece in future.
118 Brigham St.
Cheering and marching for NBH
made school exciting. Won't forget
band trips and "Splish-Splash."
Hopes to return to Florida. Rates Mr.
Goodfellow as best part ol school
and a great inspiration. Happy when
laughing with Carolyn.
75 Cedar St.
"Uncle Slam" takes memories of
basketball practices, games and the
core. Found at old Voke orthe Front.
Enjoyed having Mr. Hamlet and lunch-
time. "What's up, Dude?" Hopes
to finish school and make a 20 year
career in the senfice.
42A Carriage Dr.
"Tray" found shorthand with Mrs.
Walker a pleasure. Won't forget
"Sarge" and ROTC. Being with K.C.
is paradise. Thanks mother for her
support. Hopes to become crimtnal
lawyer. "lf you like it!" Enjoys time
alone to think and reflect.
906 Hathaway Rd.
"Augie's" Future ambition is to attend
college after graduation. Mr. Methia
was ffl teacher at NBHS. Favorite
subject was U.S. History. Special
thanks to parents for thetr support.
Enjoys the season of Christmas.
156 W. Morgan St.
"Kel" Wont forget Mr. Dow's class
with Kim jr. year. Enjoys being with
Mark. Plans future as Executive Sec.
Thanks Mom, Dad and Margaret.
Favorites include Mr. Silva. Appreci-
ates a nice smile and a good time.
156 David St.
"Punk" Favorites are Ms. Leal, histo-
ry, listening to music and being with
friends. Feels everyday is special in
its own way. Happy when things go
her way. Thanks Mom. Dad and
friends. Wishes the world would turn
51 Park St.
Will long remember '83 ski trip with
Great Outdoors Club. Can be found
on Park St. or with track team.
Thanks Mom, family, Anne, Coach
Gardiner and fellow distance run-
ners. Enjoys having Iun. Mr. O and
Mr. Goodfellow tops.
24 Pamela Drive
Accounting I and Ms. Caton school
favorites. 'lm sure"' Rates Valen-
tines Day as special holiday. Thanks
Mom for understanding and time.
Wishes happiness lor the world. Se-
nior year great.
DEBORAH BARBA LINDA BARBA BRUCE BARBOZA PAMELA JEAN
42 De Wolf si. 42 De wolf si. 190 Hathaway Rd. BARBOZA
N.B. 02740 N.B. 02740 Acushnet 02743 84 Newton Sf,
'Bubauls noted forsaylng' Go Ioritl" Favorite activities included softball Great memories of playing NBH N.B. 02740
Special times spent with Paul. Can
be found hanging in Tan House court-
yard, Would like to thank Mom and
Dad. Oct. 19, 1983 a special date.
Active in child care and business
and Business Club. Thinking of Mar-
co or being with sis Debbie brings
smiles. 'Oh, really!" Mr. Allcock and
child-care lab tops. Parents and
friends get thanks. To own restaurant
and child-care lab.
hockey. Outside activities include
skiing, partying with friends and
working on the Cape. Fantasizes
about being a multi-millionaire and
taking his personal rocket to the
moonl A Mr. Motta fan.
"Bam-Bam" hopes for success and
further education. Being late and sit-
ting in Tan House office is recalled.
Happiestspendingtime with Glgland
friends at the Front. Thanks parents
for love and support. Looks for a
smile. 'Bump thatl"
TRACY LYNN BARROWS
121 Sycamore St.
t'Tray" Fantasizes about owning a
beauty salon. Remembers making
new friends at NBHS. Enjoyed Mrs.
Walker's shorthand class, Lunch was
a favorite. Would like to thank mother
and father for support. Happy with
friends. "Whats up?"
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216 State St.
Thanks parents for love and Support.
Found in the Gold House. Quiet miss
who will remember staff members
who helped her reach graduation
day. Happy when with people who
are caring and understanding. Dec,
som important date.
43 Parker St.
"Jan" Going to football games was
fun. Remembers meals at Riccardis
with Paula and Mike and good times
with friends. Tops were psychology!
sociology and chorus. Thanks to par-
ents and good friends. Headed for a
job in the medical field.
MICHAEL B. BATES
3925 Acushnet Ave.
Loving computer math this lad hopes
to become programmer or
architectural engineer. May 28th a
special date. Special attraction to
open friendly people. Thanks parents
for being there, Happiness is being
144 Church St.
"Mike" Tops are band, Mr. V. and
computers. Will always treasure spe-
cial times with Colette. Remembers
the family feeling of the band. Thanks
parents for all their support. To be-
come a computer science major.
"You're a clown."
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52 Briggs St.
"Mary" Enjoys listening to music.
School favorites include gym, En-
glish and Mrs. Silva. Special thanks
to Uncle Roy and Aunt Leonor.
Found NBHS folks nice and friendly,
A wish for world peace. Headed for
career in business admin.
53 Hill St.
"Beaud" Best known for his ability on
the basketball court. Remembersthe
Durfee games, partying with the '82
crew and friends. Thanks his mother
for understanding and love. Enjoyed
Mr. Mandley and Ms. Bonneau.
Hopes to be rich!
3 Onyx Dr.
N. Dartmouth 02747
Seeing Don or hearing "Endless
Love" brings smiles. Working Camp
Wonderland in summer or celebrat-
ing Xmas in winter are favorite times.
Hopes to go on to business school
and later marry. Mrs. Johnson a 4351
teacher. 7-2-83 special.
2 Jenny Lind St.
Enjoyed hanging with M.M. and
checking the Vineyards with P.B.
Favorites include senior lounge,
chemistw with Mr. Goodfellow, and
people with a touch of madness. A
touchdown pass would easily make
19 Ashley St.
ls happiest spending time with family
and friends. Enjoys the beach and
movies. Thanks Ms. Persson and Mr.
Cardoso for their understanding and
help. Math top subject. Enjoys the
game of tennis. Hopes to become a
14 Timberlane Rd.
Sue hopes to someday marry and
become a nurse. Happiest times
spent with Barry. Feels a persons
personality and honesty important
traits. A world without wars would be
a dream come true. Special person
made summer fantastic.
37 Acushnet Ave.
"Bela" enjoys listening to music,
dancing and being with friends, Soci-
ology with Ms. Leal great. l'No prob-
lem!" Fun times at lunch remem-
bered. Thanks parents and Rose for
being there. Likes honesty and
humor. Future social worker.
13 Valentine St.
Enjoys hanging with friends and par-
tying. Ms. Caton, Mr, Anderson and
Mr. Fraga were all favorites. Won't
forget 3rd lunch jr, yr. Thanks her
parents for understanding and love.
Good times in the sr. lounge. "Drop
251 Cottage St.
'lTee" will always remember the
laughs she had at lunch with Jorge.
Happiest with Michael. Always
saying 'The choice is yours!" Mr.
Araujo and Mr. Lanouette were great.
Future plan is to become a flight at-
31 East Clinton St.
"Peb" can be found playing those
drums. Has the Taz-tattoo, Happiest
with TBXEHXDRXTRXCW. 'll'm only
kidding!" Thanks parents, friends
and special girl - Terri. Enjoyed
Florida!Canada trips, swimming,
craziness and Mr. Medeiros.
81 Durtee St.
"Jim" Happy with that special per-
son. Can be found at the nearest par-
ty. Thanks Mom. Enjoys people who
like to have a good time. List of favo-
rites include C.S., New Years Eve
and foxy blondes. Won't miss NBHS
lunches. Air Force bound.
1. 4 .
32 Florence St.
"Del" had great fun on the whale
watch with the biology class, Mr. Gill
and Usher Corps two favorites. En-
joys hanging with friends - esp.
ones with great sense of humor.
Thanks family, friends and NBH staff.
Future in child-care.
1 I 1
49 Crapo St.
"Junior" Enjoys fixing dirt bikes and
hopes to be a good mechanic. Favor-
ite tune: "Come On Feel the Noise".
Admires a pleasing personality. "You
dip!" Hopes for a time of world peace.
School favorites include woods and
1091 Braley Rd.
"Blaze" Can usually be found at Pine
Hill. Favorites were Mr. Kobza. Mr.
Gill, and psych. class. Remembers
good times with Michelle and Cheryl
and parents' support. Happiest when
with friends. Hopes to get married
and become rich.
1031 Prairie Ave.
"Blouln" Likes passing time listening
to good tunes or partying with friends.
Can usually be found an the NBH
parking lot. Wishes for a world of
peace and goodwill. Likes people
who are "cool," Jan. 23 an important
MICHELLE BOIS DANIEL G. BOISVERT CHRISTINE BOLDUC DONNA BOLTON KAREN VICTORIA
51 canon st. 271 mkiin I-mi Ra. 119 Cornell st. 354 Allen st. BOOKER
N.B. 02740 N.B. 02745 N.B. ozv-to N.B. 02740 135 Central Ave.
A beach fan who dreams of days on
Laguna Beach in California. Mr. Gill
and Mr. Girard both special teachers.
Enjoys fine sense of humor and get'
ting a numb nose every weekend. ls
headed for college. Enjoyed Gluon
Bash and David Bowie.
"Danny" Will always remember
crazy times with the gang and every-
one coming to t'Big Dan Boisvert's
Place". Baseball afavorite school ac-
tivity. Special thanks to friends who
cared. Hopes for a successful career
"Christabeth" Will always care about
Mark and Sue. Survived the torture of
junior year. Thanks parents, Mr.
Girard and Ana for being there. Tries
to see people as they are - not the
act that protects them from rejection.
"Fuzzy" Loves Def Leppard videos
on MTV. Favorite time away from
school spent in the sun Waterskiing.
Thanks Ms. Burchell for making her
work to finally pass English. "Go for
it!" Will never forget the wild times at
"Book" Appreciates honesty and
thoughtfulness in a person. Would
like to thank parents for love and sup'
port and Wendy for being a friend.
Ms. Persson and Mrs. Gutierrez tops.
Future technician or nurse. Enjoyed
DONALD BOWDEN ELIAS BRAGA CHRISTINE M. ROBERT M. ROBERTA ANN
37 Emma st. 49 Cottage st. BRANCHAUD BRANQUINHO BRENNAN
N.B. 02744 N.B. 02740 3 sgudjey 31, 129 Division St. 134 Dakota Ct.
"Don" Enjoys his leisure time the
most. Mr. Biscari and phys. ed. rated
high on his list. Enjoys the Mall for
movies and the Great Escape. Para
ents get thanks. Hopes to work with
computers in future worfd of peace
"Eli" Plans to major in computer sci-
ence but a career as a projazz drum-
mer would suit him fine. Greetings to
Mr. "Ed". Playing rock 'n roll on the
weekends was superb. Homework
will never be forgotten. "Good day,
"Chris" Will never forget band
camps, cheering squad and good
times with friends at NBH. "That bites
big time." Enjoyed Mr. Kobza and Mr,
Vaz, Thanks parents for being there.
Hopes to become a medical lab tech-
"Bob" Spends time hanging with
friends on Mosher St. Senior lounge
was great! Noted for saying "Whats
up?" Remembers not getting caught
at Jones Beach. Special times are
spent with Maria. Will treasure par-
"Berta" finds happiness with friends
and Clyde. Favorites include Mrs.
Purcell and Mrs. Slater. Special date:
10-27-79. Thanks mother and Clyde
for support. "What's up?" Future aim
to go to Burdett. Would love fun-in-
HOLLY E. BROADBENT
238 Collette St.
"Apple" is a folkie. Looks for indi-
viduality. Happiest with friends,
especially Dinedhel. Would like to
thank RB, KB, and SS. Nonconform-
ism is wish for the world. Will never
forget meeting Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.
73 Willard St.
'Tabbie" Enjoyed Usher Corps, Mr.
Hamlet and math. Visiting Nantucket
Island was great. Remembers sr.
lounge and friends. Mom, Dad, Judy
and Robin desenfe thanks, Hopes
one day to work with computers.
'Give me a break!"
18 Jenny Lind St.
"Brown Hornet" Enjoyed lifting and
basketball. Besttimes spent with Kim
or at Buttonwood Park. Special
thanks go to parents and Kim. Will
always remember fun times in Green
Cafe and playing ball for NBHS. Mr.
159 Park St.
"The Dancer" Loves dancing and
buying clothes. Favorites include
Drama Club, Ms. Leal and "Play at
Your Own Risk!" Dislikes lack of indi-
viduality at NBHS. Happy times
spent dancing with Dawn Andrews.
Future dancer designer.
201 Rockland St.
Would like to thank special friends
who were always so dependable. Mr.
Goodfellow, Mr. Robitaille and Mr.
Gtrard made it all worthwhile. Will al-
ways remember Mrs. Hassey's tests
and lab with Pam, Lisa and Marc,
Loves a warm smile.
566 South Second St.
"Fema" Spends time with good
friends. Thanks herparents. Goingto
Portugal with Helen was exciting.
Horseneck Beach last day of school
jr. yr. will be remembered. Favorites
are l'No One Like You". Mrs. Walker
and parking lot before school.
570 Allen St.
Sketching and Studio Art lll top favor-
ites at NBHS. Was found at Lisa's
locker most times, A Mr. Roscow fan.
Fun came from being with Lisa and
Rosemary. To become a registered
nurse. Thanks go to parents for sup-
port and understanding.
MATTHEW A. CAMACHO
267 Central Ave.
'Camanchew Happiest partying with
the crew. Enjoyed sr. lounge, base-
ball, Mr. Taylorand Mr. Mandly. New-
port trip tops. "Whats up7' Hopes to
visit the Alps and succeed in the busi-
ness world. Thanks Mr, Anderson.
P.O. Box G-668
One day hopes to be top paid adver-
tising photographer. Thanks Mr. Mil-
lette for being an inspiration. A spe-
cial teacher was Mr. C. Alves. 'No
problem - anything you say." En-
joys skating, being with friends, and
WENDY LEA CAPRA
99 Peckham Rd.
Min" Active with Drama Club and as
editor lor C. Log. Will remember
being vice-pres. of Sr. Class. per-
forming at the "Z" and Mr. Motta.
Happiest with Eric and friends. Loves
Mom and Dad for support. Oft to col-
lege for Dental Hygiene,
BRENDA M. CARDOSO
131 Central Ave.
'Bren' Will always remember the Jr.
Banquet and football games with
friends. Mr. Kobza and Mrs. Gutier-
rez were special. Thanks parents for
support. Hopes to work in medical
field. Parties and Bermuda a sum-
IRENE CARDOSO DEBORAH L. CARDOZA EDMOND CARON
198 Blackmer St. 16 Lindsey St. 20 Emery St.
N.B. 02744 N.B. 02740 N.B. 02744
"Cardosa" Loves people who are
honest and enjoys smiling. Being at
the beach on rainy days a favorite
summertime experience. Would like
to thank sister, brothers. Mom and
Dad for support. Future secretary.
Economics with Mr. Warren a favor-
ite. Will never forget the class of 84.
Happiestwith Roger. Thanks parents
for letting her have the car. "Wickedl"
Hopes to enter good college and later
to marry. Enjoyed summer job at
Eddie" Will always remember the
special honors he received from foot-
ball. Winner ol Dr. Wolllson scholar-
ship. Special thanks to parents and
Mr. Calnan. College or State Police
Academy in future. Mrs. Cohen topsl
ERIC A. CARR
122 Morgan St.
'M.L." Will never forget his Latchkey
kids, CC. and DF. Raquetball, bas'
ketball. and Mr. Motta are favorites.
Mom deserves thanks for hanging in.
'Could This Be Magic" a top song.
Hopes to be somebody important
and enjoy life.
LORI R. CARREIRO
78 Thomas St.
Enjoys going to KeIly's house or
being with friends RG KL ML and
RC. Won't forget fun trip to Florida
with the band. "Bazoinksl" Summer
fun came from working for D.P.W.
Mr. Tavares a favorite. Thank par-
1463 Morton Ave.
"Karaca" Enjoys cruising and ' Uncle
Roger" in TV production. Hoping for
happy future before nuclear fission
takes over the world. Thanks par-
ents. 'That's too much!" Summer-
time fun included cruising with Paul.
Mars and 'E-boyl
MARIA L. CARVALHO
138 Holly St.
Will remember Rhonda being sur-
prised tn chemistry by Ed. Thanks
faithful friends and special thanks to
parents. In love with the beach.
"Thats life!" Enjoyed Jr. Steering
Comm. and being with friends. Fu-
ture New Yorker with a Porsche.
115 Campbell St.
"Danny" Will never forget the friends
he made at NBHS. Mr. Kelly and Mr.
Motta were tops. Enjoys photo class
and plans to be a photographer.
Family deserves thanks for support.
Appreciates a good personality.
CHRISTINE CHAPIN RHONDA MARIE CHRISTINE CHIQUITO GINA COFFEY DAVID COLLET
9 Lake st. CHAREST 177 David st. 164 Harwich St. 90 Fern St.
N.ia. 02740 as nocnambeau sr. N.B. 02744 N.B. 02145 N.B. 02740
Chris" Happy with the people who
work at BPZ. Hopes for career as vet.
Thanks Dad. Admires nice personali-
ty. Mr. Biscari and U.S. History tops.
Horseback riding a good time. Magic
is world peace. trip to Hawaii and
seeing Dad happy.
Will never forget "Are you a fresh-
man'P" Finds happiness with Mark
and friends. Mr. Anderson and ac-
counting are favorites. Would like to
thank grandparents and Mark for
support. To become an accountant
and own her own firm.
"Chris" Looks upon graduation not
only as an end but also a new begin-
ning. Takes fond memories of lunch
in the Blue House with her. Enjoyed
the summer by going on vacation.
Special thanks sent to parents. Ambi-
tion to go to college.
Enjoyed time spent with the Drama
Club - esp. summer at the "Z" for
"Jesus Christ Superstar." Happiest
with Mad-Elaine and the crew: Mom
gets thanks for all her love and sup-
port. Being young, wild, and free was
great as a sr.
"Dave the wave" Enjoyed baseball
and hopes to pitch in major leagues
someday. Mr. Vaz and Alg. ll were
tops. Will always remember the
happiness he discovered at NBHS by
meeting Kelly Likes honesty in a
ff K M .
BARBARA ANN COLLINS
765 Brock Ave.
"Barb" Our yearbook editor-n-chief
enjoys spending time reading clas-
sics and tutoring. Found math and
Latin at NBHS most informing. May
5th is a special date. Teachers at
NBH were tops. Future is to teach
high school math. "Goofy"
765 Brock Ave.
"Bets" Enjoys Usher Corps, writing
for Crimson Courier, and laughing.
Will remember Mr. Pepin, Mr. Kobza,
and all the laughs at lunch with Jane
and Nina. Thanks parents for support
and love. Future nurse. Admires sen-
79 Willard St.
"Debby" Will remember Drama Club
and good friends at NBHS. Enjoys
having fun. Horseneck fond summer
memory. Happiness and peace
wished for the world. Special thanks
go to Mrs. B. Good personality
looked for, Special person is magical.
176 Chancery St.
"Buffy" Enjoys softball and traveling.
Looks for honesty, world peace and
an end to world starvation. Enjoyed
Mrs. Purcell and U.S. History. Mr.
Hamletgets herthanks. Feb. 8, 1966
special. Future pediatric nurse. "Hey,
109 Carroll St.
Noted for constantly laughing. Fte-
visiting Barbados would be ideal, but
Tahiti a dreamland, Forever thankful
forparents andfriends' support. Hap-
piest with J.P. Truly treasures Mr.
Goodfellows wit. Grateful for sister
Lisa. "So obnoxious!"
B8 Campbell St.
Honesty and good personality looked
for. Best times at NBH included
classes with Mr. Roscow and Mr.
Walsh. Great fun at Jr. Banquet re-
membered. Happy with friends hav-
ing a fun time. Thanks go to family
and friends. "No way, Really!"
92 Mill Rd.
"ET" Enjoys working with children.
Mrs. Walker will be remembered.
Happy times with Amos. Will be hap-
py to be out of school and away from
all the homework. Thanks go to Mom
and husband for being there with love
285 Rive! St.
Favorite pastime is cruising with
Mars, Ken, and E-Boy. Margaret puts
magic in his life. Mr. Lanouette and
lunchtime are two favorites. Good
friends make him smile. Thanks par-
15 Elizabeth St.
Appreciated having Mr. Alves. Looks
for a good personality. Won't forget
the great girls at NBHS. 'I don't think
sol" Enjoyed playing football and
computer programming. Wishes the
world could learn to live in peace.
ALAN R. COSTA
16 Richmond St.
"Alamo" Enjoyed working at the res-
taurant with Project Ready. Mr.
Boulay is tops in his book. Also en-
joys driving and fixing cars. Pretty
girls make him smile. Special thanks
go to Miss Mahoney for her help and
ANA M. COSTA
122 Briarwood Drive
Economics and Mr. Warren were
favorites at NBHS. Happiest times
were spent with good friends - esp.
in sr. lounge. Thanks go to parents.
Hopes to spend future days hopping
from here to there around the world.
354 Arnold St.
Can be found on trail of the "Aztec
Fire" with band. Will never forget
teasing Mr, Manny at lunch. Would
like to thank parents for their support
in band. Smiles galore when AI is
home from college. Lost Nature Trail
is ideal. "Ya big pig!"
68 Division St.
"Mel" Spends time cruising in black
Torino or hanging in '69 Firebird.
Happiest with Al. Thanks Mom for
understanding and love. Future sec-
retary. Remembers NBH funches.
Favorites include Ms. Zola, Mrs. Wal-
ker and Mr, Alves.
THOMAS J. COSTA
24 Hussey St.
"T.J." Enjoys cruising the ave. with
Kurt and the frogs. Found in a ma-
roon 2602. Ms. Leal, New Hampshire
and soccer are tops. Special time:
3-13-82. Smiles come from being
with Karen. Thanks parents. Hopes
to be successful engineer.
ANTONIO M. COSTEIRA
73 Calumet St.
"Tony" Always loved a good joke.
Ambition is to become architect or
draftsman. Mr. Ftoscow, Mr. Monteiro
and drafting all favorites at NBH.
Thanks parents for putting up with
him. Happiest with a close friend.
120 Grinnell St.
Jamie" Enjoyed track and science
at NBHS. Happiness came from
being with friends. Thanks Mom for
support. Hopes for a future in chemi-
cal engineering. Favorites include
Onset Beach, peoples loyalty and
369 Middle St.
"Lina" Sends thanks and love to par-
ents, UB staff, David and Mrs.
Andrade. Dates of Sept. 4 and Nov.
1, competitions and NB friends all
memorable. Enjoyed all Eng.
teachers. Hopes to own clothing
store, be with David and visit Japan.
366 Arnold St.
"Chris" Will remember winning
N.E.S.B.A. championships. Hangs
out in the band room. Thanks par-
ents. Mr. Warren and accounting
favorites. "I can't deal with this!" Hap-
py with special person, S.J.P. May 24
brings an end to agony.
114 Mott St.
Hanging with friends Kathy and Do-
reen, being in sr. lounge and having
Mr. Alves four yrs. best memories.
Enjoys being with Cutie. Thanks
Mom for caring. Jr. yr. lunchtime a fun
time. Hopes to be rich in future. "No
637 Cottage St.
Hopes to become an E.M.T. Mr. Vaz
and Mr. Kobza are tops. Remembers
meeting David at NBHS. Parents and
Dave get special thanks. Happy
times in life will always be spent with
Dave. "You know." Served well as
steering comm. rep.
MARC. E. COULOMBE
479 Homestead St.
"Columbo" Enjoys writing and draw-
ing. Honesty and sense of humor im-
portant traits in a person. Alpha and
Gr. Outdoors Club two favorite
school activities. Thanks Mr. Pepin,
Mr. Peccini and Mr. Goodfellow. Fu-
ture electrical engineer.
JEAN A. COUTO
369 Middle St.
"Cool Dude" Will long remember
ROTC bus ndes and friends. Favor-
ites are karate, NB football, track
and Black History. Mr. Gomes, Mrs.
Purcell and Mrs. Cohen tops.
Appreciates parents with love. Fu-
ture plan to join the Air Force.
MARIA M. COUTO HOLLIE M. COVEY KIM CROMPTON
110 Winsor St. 133 Chancery St. 854 Tradewind St.
N.B. 02744 N.B. 02740 N.B. 02740
"Mi-Mi" Hopes to travel the world.
Will always recall the whalewatch
with Mr. Gill. Happy with friends like
Terri and Marc. Wishes for world
peace. 'Whats up?" Cloud 9 nice
place to dream. Her trip to Bermuda
Jogging with Lina, Pam and Jean
memorable. Fun lunch times in Gold
with great friends. Her family gets
special thanks. Patrick equals magic.
A future nurse. Found at Jean's
house. Mrs. Purcell and Mr. Roscow
tops. Personality a must.
Will treasure friendships made at
NBHS which make her happy. Child-
care lab was fun. Likes a person with
an outgoing personality and big
smile. A swim team member. Thanks
parents for love and understanding.
Enjoys beach and Camp K.
43 Florence St.
"Ronnie" Would like to thank parents
lor love, guidance and understand-
ing. Being with friends is great.
Whats up?" Looks for people with
honesty, feelings and sensitivity.
Dreams of being snowed in with spe-
33 Arlington St.
"Crow" Can usually be found at the
lanes with friends. Baseball made his
school year. College-bound man.
Thanks parents for all their support.
Mr. Oliver and accounting were
great. Appreciates honest folks with
good sense of humor.
203 Porter St.
I'Cruz" Remembers Emergency Pro-
cedures A and B! Enjoys riding
moped around Acushnet. Mr. B's
French class and Mr. Hanley were
tops. Special thanks to Mrs. Purcell.
Happy with Tracy. Top song: "Kash-
mir." Dreams of seeing Hawaii.
24 McGurk St.
Will always remember parties with
friends. Corner of McGurk and Social
a great hangout. Sports and girls la-
vorite pastimes. Happiness from
Sandy saying yes to the prom. Spe-
cial thanks to Lee. "I'm psyched!"
LURDES O. CUNHA
73 Nelson St.
"Lou" ls happiest at the beach with
friends. A good sense of humor is
special in a person. To live and study
in Portugal would be great! Grateful
to parents for all their help. Lunch
was memorable at NBHS. "Qual e a
105 Bates St.
"Mike" Hopes to become a chef, Mr.
Foster was favorite teacher. Likes
being with friends and finding good
personality in a person, Happiest
with Kelly. Thanks Mom and Dad for
their helpfulness. Likes saying
27 Milton St.
Will always remember school dances
and DC productions. Finds happi-
ness with Shawn, Mad, Gina and
crew. Summer fun with JC Superstar
at Z and cruising at midnight. Thanks
parents. Hopes to travel world-wide.
A Mr. Roscow fan.
49 Arlington St.
This young man can be found in the
North End. Automotive with Mr,
Dlouhy was favorite time at NBHS.
Thanks his parents and family for
their support. Wishes happiness and
peace forthe world, Hopes to be suce
cessful in life.
DINA DA COSTA
28 Capitol St.
Enjoys roller skating. the beach and
Great Outdoors Club. Teen Culture a
hit. Finds happiness with Nelson.
Greattime meeting new summertime
friends. Admires honesty and humor.
Thanks Ms. Sowa for encourage-
ment. Love brings joy.
SUZETTE M. DA COSTA
171 Buchanan St.
When not with favorites Mrs. Lagas-
se and Mrs. Dlouhy, Sue enjoyed
working in the Deans office. Going to
the beach with friends the best times.
Thanks go to parents. Hopes to work
in travel and tourism. Machine short-
hand was tops.
FERNANDO DA COSTA
49 Arlington St.
"Fred" Hopes for successful future
and secretly wishes to live in
Sweden. Enjoys time with Jackie.
Thanks go to parents for support.
Favorites included Mr. Motta, the
Police, U2, and hanging out on Cen-
JOSE DA CUNHA CRAIG DAHLBERG JACINTHO MICHAEL MARIA D'ALMEIDA
13 Mitchell si. 10 wing Lane DALMEIDA 1671 Acushnet Ave.
N.B. 02746 Acushnet 02743 1671 Acughnet Ave, N.B. 02746
"Hop Along" ROTC made a hit. l'Captain K" Enjoys spending time N.B. 02745 "Alice" Happiest with friends. Hopes
Thanks all ROTC staff for support.
Mr. Goodfellows chem, class an in-
spiration. Ruth a plus in his life.
Hopes to attend military academy
and become an officer or a world
partying with friends. Mr. Motta's
class and science won top vote.
Looks for a nice smile to attract him.
Won't forget NBH friends and getting
his questionnaire in under the wire.
Hopes for happiness.
'Jesse' Thanks his mother for being
there and his dad for teaching him
values. Enjoyed having Mr. Taylor
and Mr. Roscow. "Keep your feet on
the ground and reach for the stars."
Hopes to become a mechanical en-
for successful career in computersci-
ence. Favorites included chem, Por-
tuguese, Mr. Roscow and Mr. DaRo-
sa. Wishes to thank family and Terry
for being there. Appreciates sense of
STEVEN M. DARMOFAL
35 Grape St.
'Freddie Spaz" Loves playing drums
and band. Summertrip to Penn. with
Drum and Bugle Corps long remem-
bered. Hopes to become profession-
al drummer. Band winning lst in NE
great experience. Eating lunch and
being with friends enjoyed.
ANA P. DA SILVA
171 Frederick St.
"Shorty" Likes to be with her friends
partying. Won't forgetspending a day
in ATS room! West Beach a favorite
spot. Likes a friendly personality.
Thanks parents for their love and
understanding. Hopes to be suc-
CHARLENE DA SILVA
9 Birchwood Dr.
"Cha Cha" Usually found at Lincoln
Park. Enjoys partying and being with
Mark. Karen, Jack, Diane, and Liz.
"Go for it!" Thanks understanding
parents and Miss Sowa. Cant forget
math with Brian and bets with Richel-
le. Future R.N.
MARTA C. DA SILVA
64 Hathaway St.
"Mana" Likes spring track and mod-
eling. Will always remember missing
the pit during a high jump, Wishes to
have a fashion line and agency and
to be an accountant. Favorites were
Ms. Zola and Mrs. Kallevik. Smiles at
everything and anythlngl
PETRONIO DA SILVA
80 Merrimac St.
"Pete' Enjoyed Mr. Kelly's class.
Looks for a good personality. Mom
and Dad deserve thanks. Playing
hockey a favorite. Will remember the
NBHS girls. "Ramblin On" was his
number one song. Accounting was a
LEONORA DA SILVEIRA
46 Front St.
"Lee" Favorite experience was get-
ting hit in face with a whip cream pie.
Happy with Matt. Events of 10-8-82
will be remembered. Thanks Mom for
love and friends for caring. Top pas-
time IS bicycling and going to New-
354 Teresa St.
"Davenport" Favorites include bad-
minton and people with the ability to
transcend their sociocultural inade-
quacies. Will always remember
meeting Sammy Hagar, and also
Bobo in sophomore Portuguese
class. Hopes to improve handwriting.
MARISOL DE ABREU
48 Nelson St.
Someday hopes to design own home
as future architect. Mr. Sanchez a
favorite. "Love for all." Appreciates a
friendly person but won't forget some
unfriendly ones. Wishes lor a peace-
lul world. Likes music - esp. "Truly"
ANA DE BARROS
107 Central Ave.
"Ana P." Enjoys reading and listen-
ing to music. Going to Disco in Por-
tugal was great. Tops are Ms. Rain-
ville and good times had with friends.
Thanks all who made stay at NBH
one that will be a lasting memory.
Looks for sincerity.
76-D West Hill Road
Likes to spend his time at the Mall.
Being a junior made him the hap-
piest, but having senior lounge was
great. Mr. Robbins and Mr. Peccini
were both favorites. Thanks parents
for good up-bringing. Secret fantasy-
land is Hawaii.
KELLY LISA DAVIS
983 Chaffee St.
"Kel ' ls happiest with Curt L'Heureux
and Deagle. Enjoys good times with
close friends. Appreclates having
family and friends who care. Ambi-
tion is to attend business school.
Special thanks to Mom and Dad for
understanding and caring.
165 Shawmut Ave.
'Roni' Enjoys playing with her band
and hopes someday to find success
and fame with them. Thanks parents
for support. Found at 'The Living-
room". Two hits were French and
unique people. Happiest with David.
Boston escapades were supreme!
LYNNE ANN DAY
32 Park Ave.
Ski" Recalls with happiness the
band competitions at NBH. Days
here taught lessons on life. Special
times are with David. Thanks all
friends for their support. 'Go for ntl"
Beach a special place. Enjoyed
algebra with Mr. Vaz.
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DEBRA H. DECAMPOS MARIA E. DEFRIAS
197 Ashley Blvd. 604 South Second St.
N.B. 02746 N.B. 02744
"Deb" Can be found almost any-
where with Dan. Going to Boston with
friends a high priority, Thanks Mum
and Dad. Loves people with open-
mindedness. Wishes world would
gain recognition ofthe unknown. Jok-
ing with Dave fun.
"Candise" Likes listening to music.
Jogging on Cape Cod a blast. Happy
with friends. Thanks parents and P.J.
Plans to work with computers and
one day visit Europe. Looks for
humor. Found at Friends Academy.
"How much you wanna bet?"
MARIA H. DE FRIAS
604 South Second St.
'Aggie' Enjoyed the Great Escape,
MTV and lunch with friends. Sum-
mertime tennis with Cubby was a fa-
vorite. Will always remember laughs,
cheers, tears and friends who made
hersmile. Thanks goto parents. "Oh,
183 Washington St.
"Chris" Likes shopping out of town.
Friendly's, honesty, and 'Endless
Love." Tops were Mr. Motta
chemistry. Remembers Jr. Banquet
as a blast. Happy with Cutie. Thanks
parents for support. Hopes to attend
college and visit Hawaii.
CIDALIA DE MATOS
21 Nelson St.
"Cindy" Enjoys spending her time at
movies or at fun parties. Preferred
being out of classes than in. "Really!"
Won't forget the experience of walk-
ing into boys' pool locker room.
Wishes everyone could get along.
446 Rockdale Ave.
Enjoys hanging out on Rivet St.
"Mental Health" was a favorite this
year. Math was a piece of cake and
Mr. Hebert was unique. Thanks go to
mother and father for pushing him.
Joining the Navy is in the future for
41 Wren St.
Important to find honesty in a person.
Drama Club a fun activity at NBHS.
"Turn the Page." Hopes to start fu-
ture life as make-up artist and one
day visit Italy. Thanks go to Mom and
Dad. Usually found in Sassaquin.
33 Richmond St.
"Jan" Found band invigorating and
Mrs. Walker inspiring. Shorthand
was fun. July 7th a number one day.
Happy with friends. Parents desenle
to be thanked. Future career as a
secretary planned. Hopes to go to
JOSE DE SOUSA
37 Nelson St.
"Teddy" Always recalls the Jones
Beach incident. Happy driving Trans-
Am with friends. Thanks parents for
buying him black T.A. Watching Ben-
ny Hill brings on good laugh. Hangs
at the Fort. Enjoyed auto with Mr.
Dlouhy. Off to college.
HELENA DE SOUSA
191 Davis St.
"Half-Pint" Enjoyed ping pong, math
and Mrs. Stone. Nursery kids and
family gave herjoy. Thanks guidance
counselor for help given. Hopes to
one day work with children. Secretly
hopes to visit Disneyworld. Proud to
LYNN DE SOUZA
134 Frank St.
Can't forget being locked in chil-
dren's playground fr. year. A young
lady who loves to laugh and to be
surrounded by people who love to
laugh. A definite Def Leppard fan!
Happy when not dressing for gym.
Mrs. Buckley - a favorite.
127 Hathaway St.
Hopes to continue career as musi-
cian. Enjoys his time songwriting or
doing anything creative. Boston and
Hartford are great places to be.
Thanks Mrs. Keightley for incredible
instruction. Sebastian Cabot Day,
117 Lepage St.
Enjoys sun, surf and sand. Hopes
one day to drive trucks - esp. to
California. ls usually found on Chaf-
fee St. Thanks Mrs. Cohen and Mrs.
Galuska for their help and support.
Looks forward to graduation day.
Heard saying "Pin-head!"
15 Vine St.
"Kathy" Feels Mr. Biscari and Nov. 1,
1981 were tops. ls happy with Fred-
dy. Mom and Dad deserve thanks.
Her boyfriend makes her smile.
Won't forget NBH friends and trip to
N.Y. Learning a foreign language
was a fun school activity.
43 Whitman St.
"Doc" Will never forget partying with
friends. Mr. Wall and D.E. were favor-
ites. Summertime camping was
great. Can be found on Whitman St.
Thanks mother and father for all their
help. Enjoyed the time spent with
MARIA DOS REIS
52 Slocum St.
Happiest times spent with Manny.
Thanks to parents for love and sup-
port. Favorite teacher was Mr. Alves.
Will always remember July 25,1981.
Hopes to become a secretary.
Appreciates a smile and a good per-
sonality. "Spare me!"
ALBERT DOS SANTOS
70 Mosher St.
'Alky" Enjoys the sounds of I'Com-
fortably Numb." Would love to win a
million dollars and spend it with
friends and a special girl. "Go for it!"
Likes hanging around - esp. when
he has the house to himself. Sr.
20 Kane St.
Enjoyed summer vacations. Mr.
Hebert and science were great.
Looks for a good sense of humor.
Prefers beach to all else. Thanks
Mom lor love and support. Remem-
bers mrsslngthe bus aridtakingacab
to school with Paula and Nelli,
23 Scott St.
"Manny" Enjoyed history, Mr. Rob-
bins, and Mrs. Purcell. Newport in
summertime was memorable.
Thanks parents for everything.
Hopes to someday build his own
home. Finds happiness with Nancy.
A wish for peace goes to the world,
907 Peckham Road
"Johnny D." Enjoyed his partying, in-
deed. Monte's Park is where he can
be found. Parents get special thanks.
Happy watching Flintstones. "Do that
thang!" Looks for nice smile. Hopes
to be a computer and analyst or pro-
373 Middle Street
Fondest memories of NBH focus on
times spent cheering. Finds happi-
ness with friends RG TR TP DK JS
SS- and special man. Zachary.
Hopes one day to become a legal
secretary Thanks parents for their
love and support throughout life.
38 Irvington St.
'Manny' Enjoys playing soccer. Fa-
vorite teachers are Mr. Kobza and
Mr. Gill. Smiling girls with great per-
sonalities are what he looks for. Scor-
ing a goal is the means to joy. Suc-
cess equals magic. Thanks parents
for their love.
9 Sunset St.
Liz Enjoys partying with friends. ls
attracted to crazy and daring person-
alitites. A summer treat was meeting
Joe E. Smiles at Athena's driving.
Riding on a Harley-Davidson or in
jeep a thrill. Future stewardess.
356 County St.
"Presto" Rates Mr. Roscow's chem.
class as tops. Enjoys sports. role
playing games and Great Outdoors
Club. Ambition to be famous scientist
or engineer. Thanks parents. Wishes
for world peace and brotherhood.
1037 Ivers St.
"Space" ls happiest being with Den-
nis. Favontes at NBHS include lunch-
time, Mr. St. Pierre and account-
ing. "Give me a break!" Can be found
at Linda and Manny's house. Fun
camping this summer. Thanks go to
334 Earle St.
"Duran" Can be found partying or at
Brooklawn Park orthe Mall. Tops are
Mr. B and Mr. Ed. Enjoys partying
with Sean. Won't forget getting
caught kissing Sean in the hall before
class, Hopes to live happily in Paris.
50 Monroe Drive
Enjoys music, shopping, movies and
Mother Nature. Hopes to be indepen-
dent and successful in her career
choice. School plays a top activity.
Finds happiness through good times
with family and friends. Special
thanks to mother.
176 Rounds St.
"Dar" Can usually be found at the
Faunce Corner Club or beach. Hap-
piest with Michelle and Lisa. Drama
Club and Mr. Gill tops. Being with
Paul always brings a smile. Thanks
parents for love. Hopes to be dental
180 Austin St.
'Mod' Will never forget when they
moved her class. Enjoys being with
close friends. Thanks go to parents,
sister, and Robin for being there
when needed. Mike makes her smile.
Mr. Kelly and his patience will be re-
184 Lafayette St.
"Bill" Enjoys playing guitar and
listening to music. Can be found at
G85 tossing those pizzas. Thanks
parents for suppon. Florida band trip
a blast to remember. To be alive for
the 25th reunion in his wish. "Yow
33 George St.
"Lete" Is happy with Jack. Thanks
parents. To live and study in Portugal
in future. Enjoys going to P.A. with
friends and cruising at Fort Rodman.
Enjoys study, talking in class and lunch-
time. Magic equals romance.
422 Park St.
"Les" Can be found on a beach. Will
remember senior year and July 12 as
special times. Mr. Warren and history
tops. Hopes to visit Hawaii. Happy
when on vacation sunning herself.
Future desire is to get a job and find
220 No. Front St.
"Rubs" Happy with Sal, Lee-Lee, Deb-
bi and close friends. Mr. Robbins
and Mr. Monteiro are favorites. Sept.
17 a special time. Lives for 1:50 bell
on Fridays. Hopes to make it big in
today's world. Enjoys humor.
ANTONINA M. ESPADA
50 Seaview Ter.
"Nina" Enjoys journalism and work-
ing on the newspaper. Good person-
ality admired. Will remember US His-
tonf class andtime spentwithfriends.
Thanks to Mom and Dad. "Friends,
Romans, Countiymen . " Hopes to
speed away in a Porsche.
KIMBERLY ESTRELLA MICHAEL EUGENIO KIMBERLY FABIO MARGARET FALCAO ROBINSON FARIA
121 Ash St.
'tKim" Shining moments came from
being head majorette - esp. band
comps. Happiest dancing and being
at lunch with friends. "Be serious!"
Likes a good sense of humor. Par-
ents get special thanks, Hopes to
22 Ryan St.
Music surrounds his life. Band room
his favorite spot. Thanks John Martin
- his trumpet teacher Y for all his
help. Hopes to become nationally
known player with the Boston Pops
or to play with Doc, Maynard, Rolf
487 Loftus St.
"Shirley" Enjoys bicycling with Sue
and listening to Journey. Will never
forget the Def Leppard concert in Au-
gust. Mr. Ftoscow a real favorite.
Hopes to become a very successful
commercial artist W possibly doing
59 Sidney St.
"Mars" Enjoyed Mr. Martin and Mr.
Ed. Will always remember astron-
omy and lunch, Happiest with Paul.
Feels parents deserve thanks. Likes
a good sense of humor and wishes
for world peace. Enjoys time spent
cruising with friends.
612 Whittier St.
"Rob" Will neverforget the fun times
and great people met at NBHS. En-
joyed class with Mr. Robitaille. "How
ya doing?" Likes to spend time with
friends or searching for more wild
and orazy people. Fan of the ground-
605 Union St.
Enjoyed spending summertime with
Chris and Jim. Thanks go to Lynn.
Band trips to Florida and Canada
were memorable. Michelle brings
happiness with her. Being with
friends or hanging in band room were
LUISA I. FAULHA
146 Rockland St.
'Lu" Enjoys dancing, being with
friends. West Beach. New Jersey.
New York City, honesty and the B-
52's. Thanks Mom for love, advice
and support. Won't forget Jones
Beach. To visit remote Greek island
and become a successful business-
TRACY A. FELICIANO MARK FERMINO DEBORAH FERNANDES
357 Reed St. 147 Hillman St. 48-D Carriage Drive
N.B. 02740 N.B. 02740 N.B. 02740
Loves to be spending lots of money.
Being with Jamie is magical. Enjoyed
accounting. Thanks Mom, Mr. Motta
and Mr. Souza. Wishes for future in
business admin. with airlines. Likes
honest person. Hopes for future
world of brotherhood.
'Ferminou Likes to be in the middle of
whatever is going on. "Get it?" Liked
cutting it up. Happiness is time spent
talking to the ladies - esp. Wendy.
Special thanks go to parents and
grandparents. A future pilot. Sr. year
"Debbie" Thanks parents for under-
standing and Sgt. Morrison for being
there. DB and FR put magic in her
life. Bahamas a tantasyland, "Yah,
right!" Will remember ROTC, being
with friends like LL and spilling milk
shake. Future pediatrician.
78 South St.
'Dee' Parents put magic in her life.
Onto become a reporter. Fantasizes
about living in Paris. Christmas is fa-
vorite holiday. Likes clever people.
Hopes that the world become a better
place to life. Thanks Mr. Calnan.
143 Division St.
"Die" Enjoys partying and a good
sense of humor. This future secretary
enjoyed her shorthand class. Magic
comes from music and being with
Danny. Loves being on vacation and
having fun. Senior year means finally
960 Mazeppa St.
'Linda' Rated Ms. Zola's shorthand
class as tops. Likes honest, person-
able type. Mom and Dad get her
thanks. Hopes to travel and be secre-
tary in a world free from poverty and
war. Friends bring smiles. "Aw, come
on!" July 4th special,
CHERYL ANN FERREIRA
54 Yale St.
Cher" Happiest when with Donald.
January 11, 198315 adate to remem-
ber. Wishes to live in New Hamp-
shire, but to visit England a dream.
Would like to thank Donald for all his
understanding and help. Appreciated
, A, In
MARIA J. FIGUEIREDO
911 Monmouth St.
'Figgs" Plans to major in lntn'l Rela-
tions while still searching for the true
Bacchanalian homeland. Merci ma-
man et lajeunesse folle! Drama, Flor-
ida, i'MAP", and stimulating teachers
will remain vivid in memory.
492 North Front St.
This young mans ambition is to be-
come a computer engineer and re-
main a bachelor for as long as possi-
ble. Favorite song remains "Mes-
sage in a Bottle." Enjoys listening to
Police, joking around, being with
friends and sports.
33 Winsor St.
Can be found on the corner ol Briggs
and Fair Streets. Found Mr. Pacheco
and Mrs. Miles inspiring. Remem-
bers the awful lunches. Happy with
Russell. Thanks Mom for everything.
Plans to be a nurse and one day visit
262 Belair St.
"Mike" Lives in a world made magical
with the presence of Lisa. Led Zep-
pelin's hit, "Whole Lotta Love,"
makes a smash with him. Finding a
person whos honest is a rare treat.
Will remember the NBH women as
LARK FRIAS VICTOR FUENTES MARIA COROMOTO LISA GADBOIS
62 Chancery sr. 355 Middle si. FU RTADO ss Reynolds si.
N.B. 02140 N.B. 02140 55 Cgunfy SL N.B. 02740
"Larkos" Likes to find traits ol gener-
osity. Seeing a very pretty girl makes
him smile while girl-watching at
NBHS. Parents get thanks. Pilot or
businessman in future. Wishes for
peace. Fantasyland is the Virgin ls-
lands "Whats up?"
"Captain-G" Found at U.F.H. Foot-
ball was 41, along with TV. Prod.
"Whats up bro?" Top tune: "Lets
Get Together". Remembers enthu-
siasm of Spirit Week, College-bound.
Happy when looking at beauty.
Thank go to parents forconstant sup-
"Core" Pastime is racing in an Olds
442. August 7, 1981 a date to re-
member. Shorthand and accounting
tops. Future as word processor.
Would like to thank Mom, Dad and
Dave. Can be found keeping Dave
company. Dreams of Paris.
Happiest with Barry. Misses Mrs,
Walkerwho was great. April 18, 1982
is a date to remember. Would like to
thank mother. Likes finding honesty
in a person. Hopes to be successful
in everything she does. Likes Pink
8 Green Meadow Drive
"Sue" Can usually be found riding a
bike. Loves peanut butter, hats, and
anything English. Favorite teacher
was Mr. Girard. Never lorget Mr. Sav-
age's Wonder Woman jokes. Hopes
to attend college and someday meet
701 Pine Hill Drive
"Pam" Enjoys being with friends. Mr.
Lanouette, English and math were
favorites. Remembers meeting
Steve on March15, 1982 and happily
with him since. "All My Love" her fa-
vorite tune. Plans to marry and be
forever happy. "Never mind!"
10 Arch St.
Will always remember the 1983 crew
cuts lor the swim team. Waterskiing
at his cottage great summertime fun.
Mr. Motta tops. Enjoys a sense ol
humor. "Only we decide which is real
and which is illusion." Christmas in
136 Norman St.
"Gaspar" Likes partying in Newport,
Summer at Maximillians was fun.
Happy time spent out of school with
friends. Special thanks to parents.
Recalls breaking ankle at NBHS.
Hopes to be rich and successful. "Ya,
63 JennyLind St.
"Harry" Hopes to become a chef.
Happiest with fiance Roy. Thanks
parents for love and support.
Admires sincere people. Remem-
bers breaking Pats brush in the girls'
room,Tripto Martha'sVinceyard was
memorable. "Yeh, right!"
292 Palmer St.
"Pee-goo" Remembers banging her
head on the water slide in Wareham
and powder fights with Jane and
Kathy in gym. Thanks parents and
Jane for being there. Enjoyed talking
on the phone, being with friends and
a sense of humor,
16 Little Oak Fld.
"Pat" Found Mrs. Rutkowitz and Mr,
Kobza tops. Fun times working in
Gold Office, being with friends and
listening to good music. Special
thanks to Mr. Longo, Kim, Toni, Nan-
cy and parents. Hopes to help people
ANA M. GOMES
56 Cove St.
"Juta" Someday would like to be a
nurse, Creole class with Mr. DaGra-
cawas memorable. Mrs. Amaral, vol-
leyball and math were tops at NB.
Thanks parents and all teachers. A
world with caring and love is herwish.
A M. Jackson fan.
27 Whitman St.
"Genie" Won't forget walking into the
boys' room! Enjoyed Mrs. Gutierrez
and Drama Club. 6-23-83 special.
Looks for outgoing personality. Hap-
py with family and friends Y esp.
Gary Thanks Mom and cousin Maria
for love and support.
154 Thompson St.
'Lolly" Usually found in the Tan
House office. Thought Mr. Pepin and
Mr. Raposo both the greatest. Looks
for honesty. Thanks parents for their
support. Future ambition to be an ex-
ecutive secretary. Peace to the
139 Mt. Pleasant St.
'fBaretta" Usually found at United
Front. Enjoyed football and photo.
Wont forget fun, girls and teachers at
NBHS. Happiest with Ana. Thanks
go to his mother. Hopes to travel to
Hawaii and become a pro. "Yo, bad."
JEAN LOUIS GOMES
280 Hillman St.
"So fine" Searches for person with
great personality. Happy times with
Michelle. Hopes to live in a future
world of peace and happiness as an
M.D, Drill Team an outstanding activ-
ity. Thanks parents for help. Enjoys a
1775 E. Rodney Fr. Blvd.
"Jo" Will always remember the tent
party and concerts. One senior who
was glad to see May come, Wishes
Mrs. Walker hadn't left, Hopes to
spend time on the road behind her
own 8-wheeler. Special thanks to
family and friends.
188 Hathaway St.
"Tammy" Found at the Mall. Enjoyed
having Ms. Bennett. "Rock of Ages"
her hit tune. Thanks her sister.
Admires a nice person. Plans to be
rich or marry someone who is! Her
fantasyland is Hawaii. "I don't want to
do my homework!"
22 Sycamore St.
"Cici" Known as Ester to some. Hap-
py with someone special. July 9th im-
portant. Pedro makes her smile.
Photo, ROTC and camp all memor-
able. Hit tune "Never Gonna Let You
Go." Thanks family and friends. Col-
lege or service bound.
435 Cottage St.
"Zeff" Hopes to go into field of astro-
nomy. Will always remember Tutu
and Tata at Jr. Banquet. "Oh really!"
Enjoyed being with ROTC crowd and
ROTC activities. Mr. Motta, Mr.
Roscow and chemistry the best.
Thanks Mom for suppon.
291 Palmer St.
Enjoyed D.E., Mr. Peccini and math.
"Go for it!" Happiness is being with
Paula. Thanks Paul for helping out.
Can be found at Buttonwood Park.
Likes partying and finding a good
sense of humor. Future ambition to
83 Bonney St.
"LoIIy" Loves talking on phone or at
lunch with Sharon and Laurie. "No
sir, really?" Brother Henry special
friend. Thanks parents for their love
and understanding. Hopes to gradu-
ate, marry and lead a good life. Mr.
115'f2 Sycamore St.
'Lulu' Would like to thank father and
all teachers for their support. Always
found talking with the girls. "Oh. ya!"
Soccer. Mr. DaGraca and Creole
class all favorites. Happy with friends
or with money in his pocket.
204 South Main
Likes to have a good time with people
who have a fun sense of humor. Mr.
Dlouhy a bright spot at NBH. Enjoyed
the Police concert during vacation.
Wont forget good times at NBH with
friends. "My word." Can often be
found at the park.
60 Tanglewood Dr.
Headed for the Navy after gradua-
tion, Favorites at NBHS included Dis-
tributive Ed, math and Miss Morris.
Enjoyed hanging out at Buttonwood
Park. Best times were spent partying,
Looks for a good personality in a
PAULA J. GONSALVES
150 Alva St.
"P.J." Happiest with John. Button-
wood Park a favorite spot. Freshman
year with Michelle great time. Jean
gets thanks for being here. Enjoys
time spent with family and friends.
"What are you talking about?" Future
31 Whitman St.
Will remember the fun times with
friends at NBHS. New York City still a
favorite spot. Upward Bound with Mr.
Fortes gets thanks along with par-
ents for help. Mr. Gomes and math
great. Realizes the importance of ed-
MIGUEL A. GONZALEZ,
90 Rockland St.
"Mikey" enjoyed taking part in Up-
ward Bound during the summer and
playing football in the fall. Favorite
pastime is playing guitar. Hopes to
become a music producer. A pretty
girl turns his head. Hopes for peace
156 Church St.
Will remember Spirit Week, fun with
friends and 9-8-81. Walking on the
beach on a warm summer night
makes her smile. Thanks Bill with
love for beingthere. 'No sa!" Headed
for career in computer programming.
Mrs. Mellen rates high.
72 Mt. Vernon St.
"Grange" Enjoys partying with
friends and great looking NBH girls.
Hopes for future with fame and for-
tune. Mr. Motta a favorite. Thanks
Mom and Dad for their support. 'Hell
Bent for Leather" personal choice.
Peace and love wished.
6 Wing Lane
Definitely enjoys partying with
frends. Mr. Roscow a NBH favorite.
Seeing the Def Leppard Concert was
a great summertime experience. Fu-
ture wish is to meet Rick Savage.
Favorite tune is "Rock of Ages." 8-
24-83 a special day.
JAMES L. HARDY
7 Hathaway Rd.
Time spent partying or hanging in the
parking lot remembered the most. In
school favorites include history and
science with Mr. Kobza. Girlfriend
Sheri puts magic in life. Hopes to be-
come a male nurse. Thanks parents.
133 Grinnell St.
Happiest with l-LR., T.D. and KD.
Grateful for parents' concern. Found
in the core or U.F. Tops were Mr.
Motta and Mrs. Chopoorian. Enjoys
good sense of humor and nice person-
alities. Vacation to Bahamas is fan-
tasy. Service or stewardess.
147 Belleville Rd.
"Wally" Enjoyed different hours of
Project Careers. A quiet young man
who enjoyed being with friends or
listening to good music. Spent some
time in Tan House. Happy to see
graduation day finatly arrivethis May.
MICHELLE LYNN VIVIAN HARRINGTON DOUGLAS HARRIS
HARRIMAN 413 Allen st. 935 Maddie Rd.
19 Richmond Sf, N.B. 02740 Acushnet 02743
N.B. 02140 "Viv" Feels a good sense of humor is "Red" Will always remember running
Enjoys friends, vacations, skiing,
band, gum and laughs. "Hi, how ya
doing?" Thanks Mr. Longo and Mrs.
Purcell. Admires funny, friendly real
people. Jimmy is special. Headed for
career as dental hygienist. Sends the
important trait in a person. Remem-
bers picking on freshmen first week
of school. 'Say what?" Happiest
when in control. Hopes for a future in
business management. Money is
cross-country at NBHS. Thanks to
Coach Gardiner, parents, and
friends. Enjoys partying, track, and
t'Going to California." Looks forward
to being a freshman all over again.
Hopes to be very rich.
YVONNE MARIE HARRIS
45 Yale St.
"Evie" Happy alone with someone
special. Thanks Mrs, Harper for
understanding. Magic comes from
sisters and nieces, Hopes to be mod-
el or lawyer. Enjoyed Mr. Fraga and
Mr, Foster. "I don't even!" Admires
good looks and personality.
183 Potter St.
"Rob" Remembers great times in Mr.
Martin's astronomy class. Hopes to
puters. Fun summer came from
spending time traveling. Thanks go
out to parents for love and under-
309 Hillman St.
"Vee" Future career in medicine.
Loves spending time reading and
singing. Finds people with a sense of
humor enjoyable. Science favorite
area. Happy with friends. Special
thanks to Mom. Recalls flooding on
first floor at NBHS.
ANA PAULA HENRIQUES
48 Davis St.
Happiness comes from being with
friends-esp. at lunch. Enjoyed gym
and chemistry. Parents and Mrs.
Amaral get her appreciation. Hones-
ty looked for. Enjoys music and a
good sense of humor. Hopes to be-
come a nurse.
137 Harkum St.
"Junior" Found art class at NBH to be
tops. Favorite summer experience
was meeting Cheri in 1983. Hopes
one day to visit fun-in-the-sun spots
of Florida and Hawaii. Rates "Thril-
ler" album as histop choice. Being sr.
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GARY HILTON LAURIE HIRSHLAG ERIC Z. HORN JANE HORWITZ ROBERT HOUTMAN
29 Mattapoisett Rd. 39 Caroline St. 64 E. Clinton St. 173 Fillmore St. 157 Llberty St.
Acushnet 02743 N.B. 02740 N.B. 02740 N.B. 02746 N.B. 02740
A country lad who beats the summer
heat by swimming at the pumphouse
and Snlpituit, A very laid-backed per-
son who hangs anywhere and every-
where. Hopes to discover in the near
future some ambition, Top tune is
"Dazed and Confused."
"Lau" Found enjoyment playing with
the band. Hopes to go on to make the
band even more successful. Thanks
Gina Schock for being a role model.
The David Bowie concert a summer
joy. Mr. Walsh a favorite. Hangout is
"The Living Room,"
UZ" Looks for sense of humor as well
as sensitivity in a person. Can be
found on East Clinton St. with the
gang. The Gluons' bash and Christ-
mas in July great summer events.
Sociology with Ms. Leal great. Mr.
Goodfellow rated tops.
Fun times in chem labs with Maria.
Favorites include Mr. Jacintho and
Algebra II with Mr. Vaz. Happy with
David. Thanks parents. Hopes to get
PhD. in mathematics. Enjoys a good
sense of humor. Top hit was "Faith-
"Skip" Sees the Navy in his future.
Enjoys his time spent spinning rec-
ords. Gym and basketball were
school tops. The beach is a summer-
time must. Found at Front or in the
core. Thanks goto parents for loving
support. "Whats up?"
DONALD HUNT, Ill
50 Ashley St.
NBI-l's answer to Motown's MJ.
Listening, watching or dancing to
Michael Jackson best times. Dives
for NB Swim Team. Sonya and par-
ents get thanks for caring. Feb. 4th
special. A nice smile appreciated.
Hopes to follow in MJ's footsteps.
249 Chestnut St.
Enjoyed working on old cars, trucks
and hot rods, Classes with Mr.
Dlouhy and Mr. Jacintho the best
next to lunch. "Are you kidding me""
Thanks parents. One day hopes to
visit Hawaii and make loads of
money. Enjoys fishing.
LEONARD F. JACINTHO,
105 Swift St.
"Lenny" Finds happiness with Wen-
dy. Looks for pretty eyes in people.
Enjoys cruising in T.A. during sum-
mer months. The Barn favorite spot.
Thanks Mom for everything. To be
rich is future ambition, Hawaii is his
560 Rockdale Ave.
"Ronnie" Enjoys playing basketball,
listening to Jimi Hendrix, and skiing.
Appreclates honesty, humor and
humility in people. On to bigger, bet-
ter, and more meaningful things.
"What does 'sane' mean anyway?"
Changes in perspective gained at
21 Highland St.
Mom and Lisa get her thanks. Wont
forget Shell and Cin. Enjoyed having
Mrs. Chopoorian, being with family
and finding honest personable
friends. Water fight fun. "My heart
bleeds for you." Found on Brigg St. or
with Usher Corps.
159 Hudson St.
Honesty is a trait looked for by this
young lady. Among her favorites at
NBHS are classes in sociology and
psychology. Mr. Hebert gets her num-
ber 1 rating. Happiness comes from
time spent with Matt. Hopes to be-
come a nurse.
110 Oesting St.
"Stormin' Norman" Likes the drum
and guitar, hanging in back parking
lot, listening to "good rock-n-roll,"
and looking at beautiful girls - esp.
Sue. Won't forget missing the Jr.
Banquet! Enjoys humor. Future
musician or computer whiz.
73 Sycamore St.
"Cin" Enjoyed shorthand with Ms.
Zola. Favorites include eating, listen-
ing to music and finding honest folks.
Sends special thanks to her Mom.
Hopes to travel in a peaceful world to
a deserted island. Will miss NBH
THOMAS E. KEENAN
260 Reed St.
Enjoyed the NBHS football and hock-
ey games. Favorite spot was Button-
wood Park. Thanks Mom for support.
Getting his Chevy Malibu made the
summer, Enjoys U.S. History, sense
of humor, sleeping and no school
days. A future millionaire.
245 Palmer St.
DEBFKA A. KING
167 Grinnell St.
Ken" ls happiest with Chris and
when not at work. Enjoys horseback
riding and playing football in snow.
Thanks Mom for understanding and
support. "ll you want something,
strive for it until you reach your goal!
lt's never impossible!"
l'Debbie" Can usually be found at
Montes or UF. "You know?" Very
grateful to parents for love and sup-
port. Track and b-ball top sports.
Money makes her smile. Looks for
honest person. Future to join Air
Force and visit the Philippines.
54 Birchwood Drive
"Gen" Displays real talent with draw-
ing and wrlting.Afan ofthe Alpha and
Crimson Courier. Likes a sense of
humor. "C'mon." NBHS Spirit Days
- esp. Toga Day, a fun time, Hopes
to put art talent to work as a teacher.
956 Chaffee St.
'Cher' Found at Pine Hill with close
friends. "Let time take its place."
Admires kindness and honesty. Will
10-28-83 as special. Thanks Mom for
everything. Hopes to enjoy a suc-
cessful future in log cabin!
CYNTHIA Y. JONES
2110 Phillips Road
"Ciridi" Enjoyed talks with Mrs. Cos
ta. Feels originality a rare trait to find
Summer concert with Diana Floss
made a hit, Secretly wishes to meet
model Beverly Johnson and one day
model herself in Vogue. Thanks fami-
ly and friends.
14 Pope St.
'Janey-Waney" Wants to be rich, to
laugh and be happy. Alpha, Business
and Drama Clubs were favorites.
Looks for a good personality and
imagination. Thanks parents and
friends. Wont' forget when Liz's shin
unbuttoned in front of Jamie.
155 Branscomb St.
Sister's wedding in Florida made
summertime great. Thanks go to Kris
M for everything. "lt's party time!"
Volleyball and Mr. DaSilva made a
hit. Enjoyed listening to Dio sing
"Rainbow inthe Dark" Likes a good
sense of humor.
64 Rodney French Blvd.
"Athena" Loves Mercedes Sports,
Harleys, jeeps, vans and having a
good time. Will never forget sr. skip
day in 1982. Thanks all freinds -
esp. sister for being their when
needed the most. Off to M.C.P. to
become rich, rich, rich!
1853 Acushnet Ave.
"Tam" Thanks Mr. Longo for putting
her on right road. Enjoyed Mrs. Pur-
cell, child care, Jim Morrison's music
and Mr. Pepin. "l'm serious!" Hopes
for future in child psychology. Likes
being with Rick and romantic dates.
35 Oaklawn St.
Hopes to become a millionaire.
Would like to thank Mother and
Grandparents for support. Vacation-
ing in Hawaii with Kate will long be
remembered. Mr. Motta for U.S. His-
tory his fondest memory of NBHS.
Enjoys Van Halen music.
1115 Dewey St.
Usually found at the beach. Special
thanks to favorite - Mr. Goodfellow.
Friends like Lori, Nicky and Bridget
will always be treasured. Weekend in
N.H. was a blast! Appreciative of par-
ents' love. "Where are my keys?"
Hawaii a dreamland.
LOUANNE E. LAKE
194 Harvard St.
"Louanna Danna" Partying with
friends at Pine Hill Park a favorite
pastime. Mrs. Dlouhy and Ms. Caton
voted tops. ls happy with Rob.
Thanks go to parents. 1-11-832 spe-
cial date. Lunchtimes were great fun.
Future legal secretary.
SUSAN ANN LAMBERT
15 Bluefield St.
"Flute" enjoys being with friends.
Favorites include Mr. Millette, Blue
Meadows and camping at Miles
Standish. Loves hearing the 1:50 bell
on Fridays. Appreciation goes to par-
ents for their support. Future secre-
1032 Wildwood Rd.
HMB." Likes wild-n-crazy folks.
Thanks parents. Recalls watching
"Johnny Rotten" go sick in class.
Taking walks on the beach special.
Hopes for full and happy life. Enjoys
partying with friends. "Your stairway
lies on a whispering wind".
SCOTT M. LAPAN LYNN LARRACUENTE TRACY LARSEN MARINA LAVADINHO
146 Armor St. 627 Maxfield St. 350-B Smith St. 45 Sea View Terrace
N.B. 02740 N.B. 02740 N.B. 02740 N.B. 02740
"Spaz" Can be found on Jean St.
Magic and smiles oome from being
with Trish. 7-20-83 a special time.
"Thought so!" Ms. Leal a favorite.
Thanks go out to parents and Trish.
Future to work with computers.
Loves Horseneck Beach.
"Larracuente" will always remember
great times with Deb and Frank.
"Like, for sure!" Parents and Deb get
thanks for being there. Enjoyed talk-
ing onthe phone, telling stupid jokes
and finding friendly people. 8-7-83
"Trace" Rates Mr. Walsh at the top
and won't forget fun times in his
room. Being on the 'Pee Wee' staff
great summer fun. Mom and Sue de-
serve her thanks. Hopes to go onto
college to major in elementary educ.
To visit Switzerland someday.
This lass finds honesty, sense of
humor and trust important traits in a
person. Happy times come from
being with the one she loves. Trying
new things puts magic in life. Dream-
land a special place. "Live it up,
75 Seabury St.
'lRichie Rich" Rates Mrs. Morgan on
top. "Hi, kid!" Enjoyed bike riding with
Andy during summer. Eating lunch
with Jeff at NBH a fond memory.
Thanks parents for help. Found with
friends at Pope Park orin Blue Office.
ANA M. LEAL
115 Shaw St.
Appreciates sincerity, honesty and a
good sense of humor. Thanks under-
standing family and friends. NY City
fan. Hopes for success in college and
to publish her writing. Smiles come
easily. Ceilings a top spot. "C'est Ia
53 North St.
"Joe" Favorite school time is spent
with Mr. Robitaille in TV lll. Likes to
relax and to listen to music. Enjoys
the outdoors, freedom, privacy and
good friends. Thanks Lee and Karen.
Searches for kind, happy, cheerful
116 Robeson St.
"Maggie" Favorites include school
colorguard and tennis teams. Will al-
ways remember trip to Montreal with
the band. Happiest times are with
Kevin. "What's so funny?" Florida a
fantasyland. Future career in ac-
13 Brookside Dr.
'Leonard" Finds happiness being
with Sharon. Loves to party any-
where, anytime. "Oh, well!" Hit tune
for him was "Hey, hey, what can I
do?" Enjoyed lunch and Mrs. Purcell
inTeen Culture.Afutureas president
in Bermuda a dream.
235 Maple St.
"Munga" Can be found partying at
the nearest spot. How was the Jr.
Banquet? McDonald's on Dartmouth
St. memorable. Special thanks to
Mom. Pretty girls make him smile.
Top song: "Tangerine". Little "Taz".
Dreams of Thailand. "Psycho".
45 Ethel St.
"Joan Jett" Hopes to produce songs
with band build own recording studio.
Inviting bands to Long Pond cottage
was great. Happiest when playing
guitar. Likes honesty in people.
Thanks to parents for patience,
LINDA M. LEVESQUE
71 Jonathan St.
'ILin" Looks for understanding per-
son with charisma. "l dont need it!"
Thanks Sharon for being great friend
and French tutor. Jr. Banquet and fun
after remembered. Loved Def Lep-
pard Concert. Future R.N. Will miss
friends W esp. SMHLH.
257 Austin St.
Can be found at lunch or football
games with Jan and friends. Thanks
family and Mike for love and support.
Mr. Goodlellow and 1:50 bell are
favorites. Hopes to become medical
technologist. Finds magic in Michael.
CHRISTINE E. LEONARD
890 Middle Road
"Chris" Enjoys doing pottery. draw-
ing and making chocolate chip
cookies. "Yeah!" Happy driving
Dads car - esp. across the divided
highway, Future dreams include vi-
sions of her own gallery in metropolis
with fame at her doorstep.
791 Brock Ave.
"Berta" remembers Mr. Warren's
funny Stories and getting lost fresh-
man year. Thanks caring mother and
helpful sisters and brother. Being
home with family is special. Watching
nieces and nephew bring smiles. To
travel f esp. to Florida.
294 Collette St.
"Ed" Can be found on Acushnet Ave.
with friends. Favorite teacher was
Mr. C. Alves. Happiest times with
Chenyl. Remembers good times with
friends and Cheryl. Would like to
thank Mom and Dad for all of their
GRACIANO R. LIMA
168 Grinnell St.
Playing soccer high spot. Recalls
lunchtime lun with friends. Math with
Mr. DaGraca tops. Special thanks to
parents. Pretty girls make him smile.
Music and Cape Verde ls. magical.
Looks for honesty. To become
449 Orchard St.
"Ria" Loves listening to good music
and eating. Being with Ray puts
magic in her life. Stage crew for Dra-
ma Club a top school activity. Finds
happiness when surrounded by good
friends. Thanks parents for caring.
368 Farm St.
Coach Medeiros and swim team im-
portant aspects of NBHS for this
young man. "Such is life", Thanks
parents, friends and coach. One day
might be found in the Olympics.
Hopes to live in Boston working as
153 Rounds St.
"Arty" Lights up when he's talking to
that girl. True happiness is partying,
getting radical, and being with the
crew. Mom and Dad the best! l'Ram-
ble on, now'sthe time, thetime is now
on my way". Mr. Raposo a hit.
DAVID J. LIRA
69 Hathaway St.
Time spent feeling the sand under his
toes and the sun on his face favorite
time. One day hopes to head for the
sunny state of Florida. Two important
dates include New Year's Eve and
March 16th. A future manager and
11 Oaklawn St.
Wont ever forget getting locked in
girls' room. Thanks parents for sup-
port and Mrs. Costa for showing faith
in her. Like punky clothing. Summer
of '83 with John super. Hopes to fly
the blue as an attendant. 'Baby
Jane" a hit.
CARLOS A. LOPES
499 Nash Rd.
"Carl" Enjoyed having Mr. Moretti as
a teacher. Can be found playing
street hockey. Machine Shop was a
favorite. Would like to thank his Mom
and Dad for all their support. Liked
going to gym. Christmas a favorite
1311 Pleasant St.
HSheriy' Greatest pleasure comes
from thanking parents and boyfriend
Jose for their love and support.
Grateful for decision of finishing
school and making graduation.
Usuallyfound in the Gold House with
DAFtFtYL J. LOPES
102 Navajo Ct.
"Al" Is happy being with April or
listening to music A esp. "Knee
Deep". Enjoyed football, sr. lounge,
Mr. Warren and math. "Be cool!" Can
be found on 2nd floor core. Dislikes
phonies. Thanks parents for support.
Anxious for May '84,
MARIA FATIMA LOPES
110 Whitman St.
"Fatima" Happiest with good friends
and people with a sense of humor.
Thanks parents. "What did you say?"
An art fan. Wishes the world love,
peace and happiness. Hopes to
travel and succeed in life, Magic is
seeing someone special.
190 Appleton St.
Will never forget the best bunch of
friends a guy could have. Wishes to
remain calm and ride a guppy to the
county fair and to remain . . . Tops
were the Gluons' bash and Christ-
mas in July. Thanks Mr. Vardo for his
BRIDGET M. LYONS
682 Cottage St.
'lEgdirb" Will never forget the sum-
mer weekend in New Hampshire and
the Guons' bash. A favorite holiday
was Christmas in July with friends.
Favorites at NBH included chemistry
and Mr. Goodfellow. Thanks Lisa and
104 North St.
"Bob" Favorite song is "All Along the
Watchtower". "Got my own world to
look through and I ain't gonna copy
you."-J. Hendrix l1945-1970l. En-
joys being sarcastic. Happy when
laughing with Laurie. Thanks Mrs. H.
+ S2. "ReaIly?"
ANTONIO B. MACEDO
85 Watson St.
Ambition to own a porsche. Happiest
with Nicki. Found at Water-works.
"Hey babe!" To see end of nuclear
threat a wish. Ms. Leal and parents
get his gratitude. Enjoys driving the
MG, New Years, Fridays and track.
Sept. 16th special.
245 Shaw St.
"Jo" Will treasure her time as capt. of
softball team. Thrill of summer was
beating Redwood intournament. En-
joys partying with friends. Thanks
parents and godmother. Time to re-
lax appreciated, "I don't believe I did
108 Hope St.
"Hopes one day to be a high position
secretary. NBHS favorites were Mr.
Lanouette and typing. Can be found
at beach in summer. Going home at
the end of a long day makes her
smile. Being a sr, means being spe-
cial. Thanks parents,
WILLIAM D. MAGAN
93 Cottonwood Rd.
"Bill" Plans on attending college. Will
remember Mr. Oliver's algebra class
and chemistry with Mr. Roscow. Hap-
py times spent with good friends. En-
joyed the special privilege of senior
lounge. Found working at Ashmont.
CRAIG J. MAGUIRE
920 Belleville Ave.
Concerts and hanging with good
friends at Brooklawn Park enjoyable.
'No doubt!" Remembers all new
friends met at NBHS. U.S. History
and astronomy were favorites.
Admires a friendly person. Hopes to
live in peace. 'lWhat'?"
74 County St.
Will never forget Feb. 13 or trip with
Maria. Happiest hanging out with cuz
Urania, Maria. Nancy and Louisa.
'Go for it!" Thanks parents and god-
mother Lucy for their help. Hopes to
be exec. sec. in a peaceful, happy
25 Viall St.
"Matt" Hopes one day to win a gold
medal in 1992 Olympics in weight-
lifting. Thanks parents for love even
through the bad times. Can be found
at Millikens. Michelle's love puts
magic in his life. Mr. Motta and humor
TODD M. MANCHESTER
340 Austin St.
Racing enthusiast who hopes to own
an awesome car to cruise in. Mr.
Hamlets '83 field trip memorable.
Being a senior means great parties.
Graduation day looked for. Appreci-
ates a nice smile and a good joke.
Thanks Mr. Pacheco. "Awesome".
58 Mott St.
"Jenny" Rates Mr. Ed on top. Good
friends and good movies make her
smile. Fantasizes about seeing
Europe. Nursing or secretarial field is
future ambition. Wishes for world
peace. Happy when family is
HERMINIO M. MARCALO
12 Woodlawn St.
Playing guitar and being with friends
bring happiness. Looks for an honest
and friendly person. Special thanks
to parents for their help. Hopes to
pursue a career in computer science.
Had good times at beach and visiting
37 Agnes St.
"Lee Ann" Won't forget all the good
times spent at NBHS with friends and
quiet times spent with Ivy. Enjoyed
lunch. "Really!" Thanks Mom and
S.A. for their support. Admires hon-
esty and good personality. Mr, Kobza
made a hit.
69 Ryan St.
A big fan of the TV serial "General
Hospital." Honesty and sense of
humor important in a person. Won't
forget the Table Talk pie story of her
favorite f Mr. Goodfellow. Happy
surrounded by friends who care
about each other.
100 David St.
Enjoys listening to music, drawing.
and sports, Mr. Kobza and Mr. Ros-
cow favorites. Forever grateful for
parents' love and support. Happiest
with TC. To become computer pro-
grammer. Likes honest fun type. "You
know what I mean?"
774 Pine Hill Drive
"Sha" Can be found most often on
Briggs St. Will always remember
New Years Eve with Carlos. l'Don't
even!" Thanks Debbie and Linda for
all of their support and help. Fun in
the sun with the gang and beach with
Mom were tops.
166 Bluefield St.
'Sweet pea" Will never forget her
great soph. year. Likes knowing boy-
fnend Manny is always there for her.
Hopes to someday live in a world of
love and peace. Thanks go to her
parents for caring and helping.
MARIA M. MARTINEZ
1105 Acushnet Ave.
"Magaly" Hopes to become a nurse
and someday travel all over the
world. Mr. Sanchez, Mrs. Kallevlk.
Spanish and gym were memorable,
Enjoys reading magazines. Puerto
Rico is afantasy, Thanks Mrs. Stella-
to and Mrs. Centeio.
JOHN A. MARTINS
149 Allen St.
Thanks parents for their full support.
Appreciated having Mr. Walsh and
French. Will remember the laughs in
senior lounge and Sat., Oct. 29,
1983. Happiest with good friends.
Hopes to be in the USMC. Taking
photos great pastime.
71 Eugenia St.
Debbie thought NBHS faculty great
- esp. Mr. Kelly and Mrs. Walker.
Happiness is being with Domingos.
Grateful to parents for putting up with
her. Hopes to live in a world of peace
and justice as a successful and mar-
78 Timberland Fld.
A young lady with a radiant smile.
Best times and fondest memories of
NBHS were with cheering. Enjoys
being with friends and dancing.
Thanks parents for their support.
Found Mr. Goodfellow and chem las-
cinating. Likes honesty.
KENNETH R. McCLAlN
293 Ash St.
"Goose" Basketball puts magic in his
life. One day hopes to play for the
NBA. Can be found at the UF court.
"What's up with that?" Eating makes
him happy. Thanks God and his aunt
for guidance. Enjoyed class with Mr.
CHRISTINE M. McCOY
193 Summer St.
"Leo" Likes hanging out at Pasque
island and cruising with Pat, Paul,
and David. Mr. Goodfellowa favorite.
Thanks Mom and Dad. Always res
member Mikes Restaurant and the
two weeks at WPI. Wants Masters in
chemistry. "What a duck!"
99 Florence St.
Hopes to be a vet with own animal
hospital. Enjoys the beach and time
in Mr. Braz's room with Charlie and
Vanessa. Won't forget endlesss
nights ot homework. Favorites in-
clude science club, Mr. Roscow and
being with friends.
MICHAEL J. MCGRATH
21 Hussey St.
Doing "JC A Superstar" at the Z a
summertime plus. Thanks his par-
ents for understanding and support.
Happy with Cathy. Likes sincerity in a
person. Hopes to continue educ. in
field of business management. Mr.
Vardo made a hit.
BARBARA A. McKlBBEN
426 North Front St.
Future ambition is to become a
nurse, Happiest when with friends
and family. Loves a good personality
in a person. Enjoys TV and radio.
Guys at NBHS are tops. Wishes for
peace in the world. Thanks teachers
for their help.
227 Church St.
'Al" Greatest accomplishment at
NBH came with TV production and
Mr. Robitaille. Can be found outside
of school at Shaw's parking lot. Hap-
py when partying with friends Steve
and Mike. Thanks go to Mrs. Cohen.
Future in TV.
131 Winston St.
"Herm" Can be found in sr. lounge.
Unusual summertime event was get-
ting clobbered by a bull! Thanks par-
ents for allowing independence. Fu-
ture as computer engineer. Won't
iorget chair slipping during lunch.
Happy with friends.
409 Bolton St.
Remembers falling off chair at lunch.
Time spent with Sandy is special.
Thanks go to Mom. Playing NB base-
ball awesome. Partying makes Mark
srnile, Can be found hanging at the
Lot. The Police and Mr. Ed rate 41.
86 Bluefield St.
i'Flea" Enjoys hanging and partying
with friends. Looks for a good per-
sonality and sensitivity. Camping at
Myles Standish great summer fun.
Thanks Mom for all her support and
patience. Happy with 1:50 dismissal
bell. 'Save it".
214 Sawyer St.
Future ambition is to travel around
the world. Happiest with good
friends. Enjoys listening to music and
hanging out at Delfinas house. Re-
members lunchtime with Del and
Helen. Thanks parents for their love
329 Brook St.
"Patsy" Enjoyed football games and
Pep Squad. Favorites were math,
Mrs. Walker and honesty. Happiest
with friends and dreaming of becom-
ing a world known hairdresser.
Thanks to Mandie for her wonderful
help. 'Smarten up, will yal"
367 Reed St.
Partying a favorite pastime. Found at
Buttonwood Park. 'Who is one to
judge?" Looks for honesty in people.
Happy with Sue G. Thanks Mom and
Dad. Computers in future plans. Re-
members getting Mike V. kicked out
924 Kempton St.
'Tot' Embarrassing moment: walk-
ing in the girls' room. Enjoys playing
soccer with cousins and friends at
UF The Tan House cafe. and lunch
were favorites at NBHS. Thanks
family for help and support. Cape
Verde is fantasyland.
1425 Main St.
'Steven Can often be found at the
Mall. To acquire ambition a future
pursuit. Special thanks to Morn and
Dad. Finds happiness with Pam. 3
15 81 and 'Free Bird" special. "Far
out!" Dreams of skiing the Alps. Mr.
Biscari rates high.
164 Bonney St.
Will never forget class with Mr,
Pacheco. Thanks go to Mrs. Cohen
for all her care and understanding,
Child carewasafavorite and children
make her smile. Honesty is impor-
tant. A wish of peace goes to the
world. A poet.
115 Charles St.
College and the Navy are in the fu-
ture. Enjoys time spent golfing. skiing
and partying with friends. Mr. Oliver
and Mr. Pepin were memorable. Mil-
Iikens or the Whale were common
hangouts. The 'Barn' was a super
175 James St.
Wont forget shorthand and trans-
cription class with Mrs. Miles Hopes
to one day marry special man. Geor-
gie, and live in Calif. Thanks parents
and Mrs. Miles. Other favorites in-
clude Mr. Pacheco and Mr. Vaz.
'Yessa"' Likes partying.
LISA ANN MELLO
26 Buttonwood St.
"Lis" Enjoys beach and strives for
ultimate tan. Being the captain often-
nis team, swimming and spilling nail
polish remover were unforgettable
experiences. Mr. Goodfellows the
best. Hopes to afford daily shopping
263 Bellevue St.
'Che-Che" Found shorthand with
Mrs. Walker enjoyable. Will always
remember fun times with good
friends. Fort Rodman a favorite spot.
'Get lost!" Thanks Mom and Dad.
Hopes to become secretary in
peaceful world of future.
374 Chancery St.
"Mello" Will be forever in debt to par-
ents for making his lunches and spar-
ing him the agony of eating school
lunches. Enjoys motocross, hockey.
ladies at NBH and time spent with
friends at his cottage. "Hey you,
EMANUEL F. MELO
106 Earle St.
Happiest times for Manny all revolve
around Sue. Auto tech with Mr.
Dlouhy favorite school activity. Likes
to find honesty in a person. A hit tune
for him was 'All My Love". Hopes to
marry Sue and live in a peaceful
41 Ellen St.
"Rod" Enjoys passing time with hunt-
ing or fishing. At NBHS. enjoyed sr.
lounge. woodworking with Mr. K.,
and being with friends. A Van Halen
fan. ' l thought so!" Thanks go out to
his parents. Hopes to have a suc-
33 McGurk St.
Karate fan. Mr. Robbins and Mrs.
Cohen favorites who get his thanks.
Enjoys being with girls and friends
who like to party. Brazilliari Room a
favorite hangout. Hopes to enter the
Navy and work in construction.
63 County St.
"Mello" Often was found in the core
with friends. Own birthday a favorite
holiday. Future dreams to join the
Navy. travel, become rich and model
for GQ. Good music adds magic to
life. Would like to thank Mom for all
101 Clifford St.
'Rishie" Enjoys partying and being
with friends on Acushnet Ave. School
favorites included lunch, sr. lounge,
business class and Mr. St. Pierre. ls
happiest with Adrian. Thanks Mom
and close friends. Will miss fun times
being a senior.
76 Myrtle St.
Wont forget the strangeness of hav-
ing the cafeteria for a homeroom. A
former Tan House student who found
greater flexibility in the Project
Careers program. Thanks all who
helped him reach the magical day of
40 Hamlin St.
The days of winter chill in the halls
and rooms of NBHS stay in her mind.
Enjoyed career experience and Ms,
Gibbs. Christmas a special time of
year. Appreciation goes to parents.
"FooIing" top tune for her.
123 Aries Dr.
Johnny' Can be found with friends
in Green House. Happy to finally see
graduation day. Fantasyland is Puer-
to Rico with its sand, sun and surf.
Enjoys lunch and relaxing with good
friends. Thanks all who helped him
33 Arch St.
A good woman puts magic in Mikes
life. Mr. Roscows informing science
course is tops at NBHS. Senior
equals power. Pink Floyd is fri in
groups. Dreams of meeting the Dal-
las Cowboy Cheerleaders once in his
266 Pope St.
'Love youl" Enioys time spent with
special friends, Found at the Barn,
Thanks parents for understanding,
Treasures NBH friendships and
being with Lenny. Hopes for happi-
ness and marriage. Appreciates hon-
esty. loyalty and freedom.
145 Brownell St.
Can usually be found in the band
room with friends. Special thanks to
parents. Happiest when with Barbie.
Will never forget Mr. Goodfellows
class, Looks for a person with com-
mon sense and a smile. Hopes to
become a NASA astronaut.
89 Hathaway St.
"Lucy" Enjoyed gym with Mrs. Amar-
al. Music-lover. 'Gimme a break'i'
Happy when having fun times with
good friends. Thanks Mom and Dad
for help. Future will find her in the wild
blue yonder as airline stewardess.
226 North St.
"Stretch" Hopes to have a happy and
successful future. Happy with Carol
and Eric or listening to "The Who".
Jones Beach an embarrassing mem'
ory. Thanks parents, Carol and
Dave. Dreams of being in England
with Peter Townshend.
90 Easton St.
To see the world and live in peace are
"Rods" ambitions. Happiest with
girlfriend or hanging with friends.
Mrs. Medeiros great. Thanks par-
ents. Honesty in people important.
"Freebird" top tune. Enjoyed sr.
249 So. Second St.
"Jane" Will always remember the
cold classrooms in the winter. Happy
watching Jim Boyd. Favorites include
Mr. Ed and Mrs. Miles. Hopes to go
on to become a secretary or broad-
caster. Enjoyed watching TV and
347 North Sf.
"Es" Lights up any room she enters.
Loves talking, being with friends or
dancing. ls usually in the middle of a
good time. Laughs at herself. Usher
Corps, Mr. Ed., hmrm. and ice cream
all favorites. "Juana". Future secre-
3 Shell St.
Kirk's pastimes are skiing and par-
tying with friends, Can be found at
Millikens and East Beach. NBH favor-
ites include ice hockey, baseball,
math and Mr. Hebert, Headed forcol-
lege. Thanks parents. Likes honesty
and a sense of humor.
123B Roseanne St.
"Rick" Racquetball enthusiast. En-
joyed phys. ed. but detested school
lunches. Looks for a keen sense ol
humor in people. Longs for last day of
school. Mrs. Roberts tops. Happy
with no homework. Thanks parents
for patience. "Go for it!"
B7 Pawnee Ct.
"Rich" Greatest happiness comes
from finally reaching graduation day.
Enjoyed math and Mr. Warren. Sum-
mer pleasure came from Horseneck
Beach party. Thanks mother for get-
ting him through. "That's the way I
1058 Becket St.
Time spent partying with good
friends. Found at Brooklawn Park.
Happiest with Danny. Thanks par-
ents for getting her through school.
Airlines in her future. "The Wall" her
favorite song. Florida and graduation
day bring smiles.
195 Durfee St.
"Chuck" Thanks the teachers who
cared. Enjoyed work at vet's and
Shaw's. Tops were Mr. Roscow, Mrs.
Pike, Eng. dept., biology, chem.,
pres. of science club, x-country jog-
ging, D,J. Braz's rm. and Iowa trip.
Future vet or biologist.
925 Pine Hill Drive
"Mad Dog" Gets pleasure from
swimming, watching MASH and
being late for homeroom. Enjoyed
having Mr. Goodfellow for chemistry
and creating small explosions.
Hopes to become engineer. Thanks
Mom for her support.
3 Franklin St.
"Jo" Is happiest sharing good times
with Paul. Seeing the people she
loves happy makes her smile. Wants
to become a stewardess. Thanks
Paul for his understanding and love.
June 13, 1982 a special date. Had
fun times with friends.
199 E. Clinton St.
Disliked having to fill out question-
naires and remembering to be mea-
sured. Enjoyed Eng. class above
others. Best times come from being
with friends playing basketball.
Thanks mother for guidance. Hopes
for successful future.
84 Easton St.
Photography with Mr. Millette one of
the few things this young man en-
joyed. Senior lounge a favorite spot.
Relaxation in summer great time.
Hopes one day to be a professional
photographer. Drfferent slant on life.
117 Harkum St.
The Gold House lost this quiet young
man to the more relaxed hours ofthe
Project Careers program. Values a
true friend and responses in kind.
Thanks those who cared and helped
him through the hard times. Wishes
7 Shell St.
ls happiest wrth Bob. Plans to pursue
a career in medical technology. Hon-
esty in a person important. Thanks
Bob for always being there and sister
for being a great friend. Favorites:
camping and chemistry. "I cant be-
42 Lexington St.
"Steve" Enjoyed humor in Mr. Mot-
ta's class. Can be found during the
summer months at Horseneck
Beach. Thanks go to Mom and Dad
for support. Hopes one day to visit
Hawaii, to become engineer and to
live in peaceful world.
308 Wilson St.
"Munckin" Won't forget jr. yr., Ms.
Zola and Mr. Taylor. Main love is
singing and ever admiring Pat Be-
natar. Secret wish to be 5 yrs. old
again. Thanks MaMa and Daddy.
"There is a reason why even the
angels don't give up at all."
KEVIN B. NOGUEIRA
10 Acushnet Ave.
Happiest times are spent with Ura-
nia. Ambition: to be a rich and suc-
cessful person. Can be seen roller-
skatlng or at Mall. Gym, history, Mr. O
and the girls at NBHS were tops.
Thanks parents for all their help.
Dreams of Bermuda.
340 Teresa St.
"Stan" Enjoys golfing and partying
with friends. Usually at the Whale.
College bound. "lt just doesnt mat-
ter!" Thanks parents for everything.
A sense of humor and honesty are
admired. Would love to play pro-golf
and visit Hawaii.
156 Division St.
"Chico' Playing soccer a great pas-
time. Hopes to become a profession-
al player someday. Enjoyed time
spent at West Beach. Mr. Oliveira,
lunch and gym all tops. Thanks go to
parents. Happy to have become a sr.
KIM ANN OLIVEIRA ROBERT OLIVEIRA ROSE MARY OLIVEIRA KELLY-JEAN OLIVER CHRISTINE E.
380 Hillman St.
A young lady who enjoys time spent
jazz and ballet dancing. Being with
Bobby brings happy times. Thanks
Mom for love and suppon. The beach
at night ideal for a date. Hopes to
become physical therapist. "Save it!"
136 Wood St.
"Bob" Engineering at SMU next.
Happy times spent with Tracy and
friends. Favorites are Mr. Hebert, Mr.
Oliver, sr. lounge and computers.
Spare time spent working at Shaw's.
Remembers emerg. procedure A.
Special thanks to parents.
164 Bonney St.
"Rose" Liked checking out the guys
at lunch and inthe North End. Won't
forget friends made at NBHS. Happi-
ness comes from being with
brothers. Thanks parents for their
love and understanding. Wishes the
world more rainbows.
28 Shawmut Ave.
"Kel" A "General Hospital" fan. Vivid
memories of the good times at lunch
and in sr. lounge go with her. Entire
family gets her thanks. "Be serious!"
Mr. K, a favorite at NBH, At end of
these long 4 yrs. is headed for
15 Collins St.
I'Emma" Will always remember the
Bahamas with Sue. Happy with
friends. "Dont worry about it!" Thanks
her Mom for always being there. This
proud Irish lass is known for her
humor. Got caught soph yr. with
Bridget skipping school.
FERNANDES PACHECO THOMAS PACHECO JACQUELINE PARENT ANDREA PATISTEAS RICHARD PEDRA
141 Church St. 64 Bay St. 1079 Sassaquin Ave. 7 Keene St. 217 Hudson St.
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"Playing soccer or hockey, going for
long rides or being with Sonya all fa-
vorite times. Mr. Warren and Mr.
Raposo gain his respect and appre-
ciation. A sensitive caring person is
admired. Thanks teachers and par-
ents lor understanding.
"Chico" Enjoys listening to rock-n-
roll, esp. Led Zeppelin, Usually found
at Grape St. lot. Thanks parents for
their generosity. Dreams of living in
sunny Florida. NB memories include
his history class, the girls and lun-
"Jacki" Enjoyed arguing with Sully.
US History with Mr. Motta great.
Happiness is a moonlight cruise with
David. Thanks mother for putting up
with her. Hopes one day to go to
Greece, get married and become
rich. 7-20-83 special,
A spirited gal who enjoyed cheering
and band. Mr, Fraga and Mr. V. top of
her list. Happiest with Tony. Thanks
go to parents, TR, PA and EF. "No
way!" Can be found in the gym area.
Hopes for future as special ed. teach-
"Rick" hopes to be rich, Loves racing
cars or partying with friends and
someone special. Found in Mr.
Dlouhy's autoshop or his cellar. Re-
members Jones Beach. Spends
summer nights at Horseneck. Look-
ing towards graduation. "Whats
514 Union St.
"Shelly" Will never forget the good
times at NBHS. Looks for a good per-
sonality, Mrs. Bolton gets herthariks.
Being a sr. an important step in her
life. "Whatever makes you click."
Secretly wishes to be happy in
1216 Sassaquin Ave.
Carries away memories of being
embarrassed by Betty everywhere
and falling down the stairs. Will miss
friends made at NBHS. Thanks par-
ents and Mike for their time and pa-
tience. Like personality and humor in
a person arid to tease folks.
108 Lawrence St.
Laughing, flirting and having crazy
times iri cafe with best friends re-
membered most. Running a red light
in front of a police cruiser and flat
cupcakes great memories. To enter
travel andtourism. Mr. Ed and friends
35 Westview St.
"Bea" Happy with friends - esp. on
three lurich shifts. "Go for it!" Favor-
ites included Buttonwood Park, Mr.
Campoli, sense of humor and a good
personality. Hopes to become a COITI-
puter programmer. Aug. 2nd special
224 Dartmouth St.
'IJoe" Puts happiness in his life by
being with Sharon. Thanks Mom and
Ray for their help. Usually found par-
tying and hanging with friends at But-
tonwood Park. Mrs. Rose a favorite.
Hopes to become a millionaire.
321 Ash St.
'Pito" Hopes one day to get married
and to own a SAAB Turbo. TV pro-
duction personal favorite at NBHS.
Won't be quick to forget the running
on Tuesdays after football practice.
Happy times with Audra. A New
Yorker at heart.
1175 Joyce St.
"Nicky" Wants to turn dreams into
realities. College bound as business
major. Special thanks to LL. LW and
Bl for great times. Hopes to forget
"The Puddle", JB's funny faces and
daily struggles to get through PA
17 Ricketson St.
"Strawberry" Into roller skating and
hanging at Hazelwood Park. Happy
with people who care- esp. Donald.
Thanksto Mrs, Miles. A good person-
ality appreciated. Always remembers
Horseneck the last day of school. Fu-
33 No. Main St.
'Nate' Surrounds his life with music.
Fantasizes about one day being a
well known rock musician. "I can't
find the bridge." Enjoys the live ver-
sion of 'Dazed and Confused." Can
spend hours happily strumming his
121 Eugenia St.
Favorites at NBHS included sr.
lounge, Mr. Kobza, math and endless
announcements! Likes honest peo-
ple. Enjoys besng with good friends
and little kids bring a smile. Wishes
for world peace. Hopes to become a
HELENA M. PIMENTEL
118 Nash Fld.
Will always remember meeting new
friends at NBH. Special teachers are
Mrs. Dlouhy and Mrs. Gomes. En-
joyed being with friends, listening to
music and preparing for business ca-
reer. "Really!" Thanks her family for
love and suppon.
ISABEL A. PIMENTEL
344 Davis St.
"Izzy" Enjoys finding a sense of
humor and honesty in people.
Thanks parents and loving friends.
Wishes for love and peace in the
world. Wants success as an O.R.
nurse. Will remember birthday cele-
brated with friends at lunch.
61 Irene St.
"Jacky" ls most noted for boy watch-
ing. Friends at lunch jr. yr. wont be
forgotten. Fond of Cons. math jr.
year. Thanks parents. Happy talking
with good frfends. To be an X-ray
technician. "lt's about that time!"
120 South Sixth St.
Football and the ladies top his list of
favorites. Found at the Snack Shack.
"Whats up?" Future serviceman.
July 4th summertime blast. Secret
wish to be a rich football player
chased by the ladies. "Just Be Good
130 Harkum St.
"Lenny" Found working at the Whal-
er's Rest an enjoyable experience.
Happy when a pretty girl smiles his
way or when he gets a passing
grade. Will remember NBH staff.
Looks for a person with a good na-
ture. Found in the Green House.
49 Clara St.
"Annie" Usually can be found at
Hazelwood Park hanging with
friends. Enjoys music by the Scor-
pions. Honesty and good personality
importanttraits. Happiest with Armin-
do, Thanks Mom for always being
there. Future secretary.
85 Rotch St.
'Penopeloopu Remembers Mr.
Goodfellow, dancing in JC at the Z,
looking for pocketbook after every
class, the night flight Betty and Beel-
zebubb Bat and week in Florida with
the band. Favorite spot at NBHS is
musical corner of the school.
BARBARA ELAINE PINA
548 West Middle St.
"Barb" Considers NBH football
games and rallies super. To find
sincerity and honesty in a person a
treat. Trip to Marthas Vineyard
marked new freedom. Thanks go to
Mom and Dad. To be conscientious
nurse her desire. Yrbk. editor.
201 Sawyer St.
"Crazy Joe" Enjoys listening to
rock'n roll and watching pretty girls.
Mr. Kelly made a hit. Summertime
fun included trip to New York. "No
doubt". Special thanks go to Miss
Schoff. Looking forward to gradua-
PAUL KENNETH PINTO,
130 Morgan St.
"Yabba" Future either as disc jockey
or policeman. Special thanks to Mom
and Jean for love and support. Fond
ol U.S. History, Whalers Restand Mr.
Ed. Football of b-ball top sports
choices. Being a sr. equals accom-
141 Summer St.
"Cindy" Enjoys singing and dancing.
Algebra with Mr, Vaz rates high.
Admires honesty and understanding.
Happy at lunch and 2:00. Thanks
parents for their support and love.
Future dreams to own an MG and
excel in business career.
194 Harwich St.
"Hoser" Enjoyed baseball, Mr. Oliver
and watching the NBHS cheerlead-
ers. "Hode it!" Had fun in resource
center with Carolyn and Tom. Happy
with friends. Hopes to enter Major
League Baseball. Gluon's bash great
time. Admires honesty,
MARY E. POIRIER
9 Irvington Center
l'M.E,P." Enjoyed clinical chem with
Mr. Kobza. Found with the gang in
B309 "You've gotto be kidding!" Re-
members Jackie and Eddie arguing
at lunch jr. yr. and fun times soph. yr.
Thanks grandparents, aunt and un-
cle for understanding,
170 Summer St.
Enjoyed Mrs. Campanelli. Top sub-
ject was photo. Happiest at gradua-
tion and spending time in church.
Special thanks to Mom, Dad and
grandmother. Appreciates an honest
person with nice smile. Remem-
bers Spirit Week as Pope.
26 Bardsley St.
"Angela" Future hope to become
hairdresser. Happiest with Sean. Re-
members dropping her fries into her
soup! Dreams of world peace.
Appreciates Mother's love and sup-
port. Mrs. Rolli and English best at
NBH. An eating enthusiast.
DONNA M. PONTE
103 Holly St.
"Twiggy" Enjoyed knitting, horse-
back riding and tennis. Hopes one
day to be a nurse. Quotes John 3:16.
Carries fond memories of NBHS
friends and teachers. Thanks her
Mom and Susie. Wishes peace and
happiness for the world.
KAREN LISA PONTES
462 Loftus St.
Hopes to marry and see Hawaii. Will
miss friends made at NBH. Enjoyed
Teen Culture with Mrs. Purcell. Wa-
ter skiing and the beach great sum-
mer fun. Happy times are with boy-
friend. Thanks parents for being so
81 Pawnee Ct.
"Jay" Enjoyed playing b-ball and
football. Looks for an open, honest
person. Happy when having a good
time. Thanks go to his mother for her
help. Hopes to become a successful
accountant. "Serious". Will miss
lunch at NBHS,
147 Princeton St.
Will always remember the Jr. Ban-
quet and being on crutches at NBHS.
Ms. B. and seeing the Police were
great. To become a secretary or pro
bowler. Happy times spent with
friends partying. This class sec. trea-
sures friendships. 'tLaler!"
JEFFREY R. POYANT
178 Lowell St.
"JR," Loves to pass the time playing
hockey. impressed by the ladies at
NBH. Happy when hunting them with
Law and Pete. Future days will be in
Florida. Enjoyed Mr. Vardo and TV
prod. Thanks parents and Midnite.
Xmas in July great.
LOUISE M. QUINTAL
944 Mazeppa St.
"Weesie" Enjoys listening to music
- esp. "Every Breath You Take".
Happiness found with boyfriend and
friends. Thanks Mom for her love and
support. Mrs. Amaral a hit. To major
in computer science. Lucy P's jokes
make her smile.
ANTONIO P. RAFAEL
1077 County St.
"Rafael" Enjoys photography, soc-
cer, and money. Likes Sid's version
of "I Did lt My Way." Always remem-
ber the girls at NBHS. Hopes for a
future in politics and a classless soci-
ety. Portugal is his fantasyland. West
Beach a hit.
GLORIA J. RAMIREZ
113 Willis St.
"Jeannette" Would like to be a teach-
er. Appreciates all help from Mrs.
Kallevick and Mr. Sanchez. Spanish
favorite class. Enjoyed swimming
and archery at NBHS. "You Are" a
favorite song. Trip to Puerto Rico a
313 So. Second St.
l'Fted" Found at Top Job office. Mr.
Hamlet and Mr. Kelly are tops. "Que
pasa'?" Hopes to become state po-
liceman. Thanks Mr. Pacheco and
Miss Schoff. "Wandering Stranger"
favorite tune. March '65 made spe-
cial by hls birth! Miss Bs elf.
JEREMIA L. RAMOS
152 Grinnell St.
"Jerry" Hopes for a career in com-
munications in Marine Corps. Enjoys
weightliftlng. Honesty needed in peo-
ple. History and Mrs. Harriman were
best, Great time in Pompano Beach.
Found on First Street. "Live and let
live." Thanks go to Mom.
MICHELE Y. RAMOS
213 Chancery St.
Shell" Will always remember Ms.
Burchell's Eng. class with close
friends. Thanks Mom for caring. Hap-
piest with friends and family - esp.
niece and nephews. May '83 in N.J.
was memorable. Future pediatrician.
Mr. Ftaposo tops. "Hi, honey."
324 Brock Ave.
"Rick" Can be found with good
friends in the Gold House. Lunch a
favorite time to relax. A full back-
ground gained by travelling the
globe. Headed for the Navy after
graduation, Spent a great deal of
time in Spain. Enjoys good music.
54 Woodlawn St.
'Zel" Happy at lunch with Bela,
Celeste Chris at sr. lounge. Can be
found at Hazelwood Park or with Joe.
On to become a secretary. Thanks
parents for support, Looks for hones-
ty in people. Nov. 11, 1982 was spe-
BRENDA LEE RAYMOND
75 Crapo St.
'Troube-maker" Enjoyed going to
Whites with Dennis. Fond memories
of NB's faculty. Likes bothering boys.
"Oh, you dip!" Sense of humor im-
portant. Thanks her parents. One
day hopes for a career as a top-flight
603 Maxfield St.
Will miss meetings with friends in the
core after lunch. Enjoyed the excite-
ment of football and basketball
games. Nice personality BDDTBCI-
ated. Hopes to go on to business col-
lege. Thanks Mom. Likes to see
94 Lucas St.
'Celly" Thanks her parents and
friends - esp. Luci. Enjoyed sr.
lounge, math and Mr. Kobza. Passed
the time listening to music and being
with friends. Trip to Portugal great.
Future trips include Australia and
Russia. Hopes to be an R,N.
114 Seabury St.
"Kat" Enjoys going to the beach on a
date and just being happy. Special
thanks go to parents and grandpar-
ents. Would really like to live in a
peaceful world. Will always remem-
ber the new friends made at NBHS.
PAUL REGO DAVID REIS EUSEBIO REIS LISA-MARIE REZENDES IRENE R. RIBEIRO
63 Independent St.
Rego" Enjoys baseball, soccer and
driving his Kawasaki GPZ. Thanks
parents fortherrgenerosity Remem-
bers Newport and Every Breath You
Take Hopes to play prolessronal
soccer and drive a Porsche. Smiles
at rrtce-looking girls
255 Arnold St.
"Jack" Will always remember par-
tying with PB, RB, EH, CW, and ES.
Christmasin July atthe Berthraumes'
and Gluons' bash were tops. Special
thanksto parents and friendsfor sup-
port. On to the medical field. "Dont
worry about lt."
195 Bonney St.
"Sabino" Enjoyed being with friends
at Ashley Park. A real party man.
Takes with him a vivid memory of
friends and girls at NBHS. Favorite
tunes include personal choice of "No
One Like You". Hopes to make it rich
337 Mendall Ftd.
"Lis" Will always remember August
8, 1983. Chocolate ice cream puts
magic in her life. Likes realness.
Thanks Grandma for her love and her
support. Hopes to work with the deaf
and live a happy life. "Go for it!"
124 Hope St.
Thought US History with Mr. Ed was
tops. Happy times are spent with
good friends. Will attend college and
pursue a career in nursing. May 27,
1983 special. Wishes for world
peace. Hearing Lucy's corny jokes
makes her smile. "Sure".
LESLIE RIBEIRO MARC P. RIBEIRO JEFF RICHARD MICHAEL RICHARD SHARON RICHARD
90 Lucas St. 348 North St. 441 Prescott St. 860 Tradewind St. 410 Cedar St.
N.B. 02740 N.B. 02740 N.B. 02745 N.B. 02740 N.B. 02740
'tLisa" Afan of Mr. Ed's. Enjoyed soc-
cer and playing floor hockey. Hopes
one day to leave NB and travel world
wide as an interpreter. ls grateful for
true friends. Thanks go to Miss
Schoff. Remembers food in
AIDA IVETTE RIVERA
50 Washburn St.
Enjoys playing badminton and table
tennis. Mrs. Harper gets special
thanks. All times at NBHS will be
cherished, Found passing the hours
talking to friends. Happy times make
her smile. Reaching May '84 is spe-
cial time for this senior.
"Pete" Would like to become a well-
known artist in the future. Enjoys run-
ning and playing piano. Would like to
thank Coach Gardiner and the Mu-
sic Dept. Summer of '83 was learning
experience. Can turn his head with
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52 Shawmut Ave.
help. Won't forget friends made at
school. Had a great time visiting
Puerto Rico. Enjoyed dancing and
gym classes. Usually found at the
Dartmouth Mall. ls all smiles when
free from homework.
"Jeff-the-Chef" Won't forget blowing
up the chemistry lab. Enjoys hanging
out at football and basketball games.
Mom and Dad getthanks. Favorite at
NBH was Mr. Motta. 'l'm not your
boy." Hopes to sail the world or enter
"Spuddy" Remembers swimming at
NBHS. Thanks Mr. Oliver and Coach
Medeiros. Enjoyed chem., history
and hanging with Joe F. period. Bad
puns with Bruno will be remembered
always. Off to college for accounting.
"I don't believe ..
Favorites include Mr. Kelly, "Total
Eclipse of the Heart," and going out
and having a good time. Always re-
members meeting John Rees of Men
at Work. Thanks mother for every-
thing. Wishes for peace. Hopes to
succeed. "Go for it!"
GARY A. ROBERTSON ROXANE ROBINSON MARIA C. ROCHA
123 Mashpee Ct. 34 Walker St. 466 Sawyer St.
N.B. 02740 N.B. 02746 N.B. 02746
Glyde" Enjoys the excitement of
break-dancing. Happiness is being
with Donna. Thanks go to parents
and friends. Pretty girls putasmile on
his face. Hopes to visit Dallas. Likes
listening to "Electric Kingdom." 'I
22 Ashley St.
"Deb" Enjoys being with Jude, Do-
reen, Michelle, Lori and Donna. To
become cosmotologist. "Thats life!"
Jan. 1, 1980 a special date. Special
thanks to parents. Admires a nice
personality. A Mr. Alves fan. Partying
makes her smile.
22 Fredrick St.
'Boomer' Co-Capt. of football team
sr. year and baseball a big thrill.
Great summer fun came from
Bruce's backyard parties. Gives par-
ents his thanks. Future wish to work
with children in peaceful world. 'Just
FRANK M. RODRIGUES,
239 Ceder St.
Playing football for NBHS and par'
tying with friends will always be re-
membered. Real happiness came
from being with D.F. and the crew.
Thanks goto parents. "Play at Your
Own Risk" a favorite tune. Ms. Bur-
chell's class tops.
"Rox" Would like to thank Mom and
Dad for their patience and under-
standing. Volleyball team and Mr.
Girard weretops. Kevin puts magic in
life. Outgoing personality a must in a
person. Jr. Banquet a memorable
night. "Go for it!"
"Connie" Enjoyed newspaper, track
and International Club. Wont forget
NBH friends and per. G English
class. A big thank you to those who
have been kind to her. Beach a hang-
out, Hopes to go into accounting or
66 Dean St.
"To" Could always be found in Tan
House cafeteria. Playing NBH soccer
memorable. Hopes to play pro-ball or
to become an engineer in the future.
Many thanks to parents and friends.
"Burning Heart" a favorite song. "No
186 Maryland St.
Sue hopes for a career in broadcast-
ing and film but may end up a vagrant
along the Mediterranean. Latin with
Mr. Guy, Drama, SAC, and her
swank infant were fulfilling. "Semper
ego sum scribens, legens, spectans,
DAVID M. ROSE
47 Willis St.
Day Day ' Hopes for acareer in Mer-
chant Marine engineering. Special
thanks to parents for keeping after
him Money puts magic in his life.
Dreams of Hawaii and Bahamas.
'Whats happening!" Enjoys algebra.
X-mas and New Years super.
TRACY L. ROSE
101 Bluefield St.
'Chunky' ls happiest partying with
friends. Thanks parents for support.
Jamie, Joshua and Damon make her
smile. Hopes to become a nurse.
Times in Tan courtyard with friends
fond memory. Mrs. Purcell, Mr.
Lanouette and Mr. Ed. tops.
1429 Morton Ave.
'Kilroy' Hopes to become a fireman.
Sassaquln a favorite hangout. Will
never forget how small the freshmen
were and playing NBHS hockey.
Special thanks to parents. Happiest
with friends. Likes people who try
hard. "Whats the beef?"
213 Mt. Pleasant St.
'Mickey' 'Give me a break!" Looks
for sensitivlty, Happy with Michelle.
Meeting her was favorite summer ex-
perience. Playing for NBHS football
team was great. Thanks parents.
Architectual engineering in future.
Chemistry is tops.
1311 Rockdale Ave.
Gymnastic team a favorite activity at
NBHS. Winning the NESBA final will
always be a vivld memony along with
the band trip to Canada. Parents get
her appreciation. Hopes for career in
elementary educ. Chris makes her
18 Heritage Dr.
"Squeaky" Enjoys collecting stuffed
animals. Favorites include T.V., Mr.
Roscow, Mr. Robitaille and Block
Island, Looks for a nice smile in a
person. Hopes one day to be a chef.
Being with friends puts a smile on her
ROBERT W. ROZA
40 Yale St.
'Bob' Enjoyed weight-training. Re-
members Miss Tripps class. Top
song is "Photograph by Def Lep-
pard. Christmas holiday makes him
happy. Camping and swimming fa-
vorite summer experiences. Looks
foran agreeable personality. 'Whats
345 Cottage St.
Roze' Enjoys singing and dancing
Happiness is being with Kym and
Betsy. Shorthand and Mr. Methia
both tops. To one day be exec. sec.
or well known singer. Thanks go to
mother. "Then you woke up." Will
miss the P.A. system!
4144 Acushnet Ave.
"Speedie" Greatest times with
fnends at lunch in GoldfTan oourtyard.
School favorites include photo,
Mr. Millelte and Mrs, O. and football
games. Can be found at Blue
Meadows projects. Enjoyed camp-
ing. Looks for an honest person.
58-A Carriage Dr.
"Dawny" Enjoyed Spanish and
chem. classes and playing softball
for Mr. Hamlet. Mr. Roscow Mr.
Raposo made a hit. Happy times
spent with family and friends. Special
thanks to Mom, Dad and brother.
Hopes to be successful and happy.
30 Birchwood Drive
Playing pool a favorite way to spend
the hours Enjoys being with fnends
and sailing in the summer. Thanks
parents lor help and support Mr
Robbins top choice on staff. Can be
found at Profile Rock. Wishes lor
56 Mosher St.
"Ru" Likes listening to music, playing
tennis and laughing at a person with
a good sense of humor. Will remem-
ber good friends and teachers at
NBHS. Thanks parents for being
there. Secret ambition to be a singer.
"Stand Back" a hit.
398 Brock Ave.
Chris wont forget the fun in Mr.
Goodlellows chem. class. Should
help her in future career as a doctor.
Mrs. Hassey and history were favor-
ites. Thanks sent to her parents.
Hopes to find magic in travel.
JUNE A. SILVA
189 Florence St.
"Junebug" College-bound. Four yrs.
of playing b-ball for NB remembered.
Watching football and b-ball enjoyed.
"Save it." Thanks Aunt Mary and Un-
cle Tony. Happy shopping, partying,
and being with JS!JGfARfRDfFS.
Mrs. Buckley tops.
154 Birch St.
Lucy enjoyed the year spent in Brazil.
Pastimes include reading, collecting
stamps and listening to music. Found
ROTC and being an office aide fun.
Remembers getting lost freshman yr.
Thanks parents, Miss Schoff and
370 Orchard St.
Enjoys playing a variety of sports.
Special thanks to parents for caring
and to Lisa. Enjoyed Ms. Amaral and
computer programming. Hopes to go
on to college and pursue a career as
successful businessman. Senior
80 North St.
"Spacy Stacey" Would like to attend
hairdressing school. Mrs. Orlowski
one of her favorite teachers. Fond of
shopping for clothes. Likes watching
football. Remembers lunch with
friends. Wants to visit California,
638 Shawmut Ave.
Mr. Warren fan. Enjoys partying with
friends, hanging in the parking lot and
having friends at NBHS. Happiest
when with Tabbie. Thanks to par-
ents. Hopes to become the manager
of own business. "Don't worry about
230 North St.
"Smitty" Likes spending time with
Curt. Hopes one day to marry and
live happy life with riches, Thanks
parents for their support. Can be
found in Green cafe, "Where's Mary
and Stephanie?" Fantasyland is isle
of Greece. "Beat Durfee" fan.
DANIEL M. SOARES
215 Acushnet Ave.
"Gus" Fondest memories of playing
NBH basketball. Fan of history with
Mr. Motta. Looks for kindness and
honesty. Happiest being with Sher-
rie. Plans future in engineering.
Thanks parents for being there. "You
know what l'm saying?"
EDWARD PAUL SOARES
455 Wood St.
"Eddie" Enjoyed football, track and
flirting with the ladies. Hopes to be-
to parents. Happy anywhere with
good friends. "Totally awesome!"
Miss Tripp, histony and humor all top
of his list.
318 Pleasant St.
"Tee-Nee" Is happiest around Tony.
Loves to argue about the Cowboys
and the Sixers. Thanks Mom and
Dad. Mrs. Mellen, Mr. Kobza, and
chemistry were the best. Will always
remember her friends at NBHS.
Hopes to be a nurse. "Yeah, right!"
134 Tallman St.
'Shel' Enjoys the beach, the park
and playing frisbee. Can't forget
going nowhere on the school eleva-
tor. Top hit with her was "Like l've
Never Been Gone." Good friends
make her happy. "Hang it up!" Hopes
for prosperous future.
58 Campbell St.
"Bob" Likes to spend spare time
Weightlifting or with Lynne. Mr.
GaIipeau's class memorable. Mr.
Walsh tops. Thanks to Coaches Gar-
diner and Liljedahl for making track
and football favorite sports. On to be-
come a lawyer.
JOSEPH SOUSA, JR.
128 Shawmut Ave.
"Joe" Found the relaxed time and
atmosphere of Project Skills more to
his liking. Enjoyed being with good
friends, listening to good music or
partying. Happy to see the arrival of
graduation day finally make it here.
312 Court St.
"Barbie" ls off to college for en-
gineering. Will never forget Mr.
Goodiellows chem. class. Finds
happiness with Michael. Intelligence
and common sense top traits sought
after. Can be found in the bandroom
with friends. Thanks to parents.
174 Alva si.
"Johnny Rotten" Enjoys partying
with friends and is happy when crew
is together. Remembers basketball
and Mr. Motta's awesome lectures.
Thanks Mom and Dad for caring. "I
live for my dream and a pocketlul of
gold." Just do it.
428 South Front St.
'Kathy" ls happiest with Cesar or
friend Doreen. Thanks her parents
for teaching her the nght way. En-
joyed chemistry with Mr. Goodfellow,
lunch and sr. lounge. "Don't bother
me!" W. Nelson's "Always on My
Mind" her top tune.
59 Mosher St.
"Kev" Will never forget the great
class of "84." Enjoys time listening to
Journey tunes and is happiest when
Marybeth is around. Thanks Mom
and Dad for being so patient. En-
joyed auto technology, gym and
71 Cottonwood Rd.
Enjoyed the thrill of playing hockey-
esp. lor NBHS. Happy with good
lriends. The Gluons' bash great sum-
mer fun. Thanks go to parents for
everything. Will remember football
games and lun ol Spirit Week. Hopes
for a career in computers.
29 Easton St.
Happiness comes from being with
Mike. buying clothes or being in Mr.
Walsh's room. Thanks her parents
for being there, Hopes to major in
business admin. at college. Looking
fonward to May 28th. Summer-Xmas
was great fun.
743 Tarkiln Hill Fld.
"Spoons" High point of school career
was being a majorette. Wont forget
band camps and excitement of com-
petitions. "All right, already!" Thanks
Lisa, Sue and Terry for being there
when needed. To become lab techni-
SANDRA ST. MARTIN
108 Belleville Rd.
"Little one" Enjoys softball and hang-
ing out on Whitman St. Wont forget
partying with the Merchants. Special
thanks go to Mom, Denny and Hank.
Looks for a nice smile in a person.
Enjoys making others happy.
17 Mt. Vernon St.
"Manny" Likes hanging with friends
at the gas station. Enjoys days out of
school to ski. Looks fonfvard to May
'84. Wind surfing great spon. Eng.
with Ms. Burchell enjoyable. Brand
new 45OSL would bring on smiles.
'tYou're a hacker!"
170 Willow St.
"Fruitman" Will never forget walking
into girls' room his first year, Hopes to
go on to college and to live in Florida.
Thanks goto rriother and father. En-
joyed Mr. Saltzrnan, football, and the
Lawn. Summer fun at beach.
87 Taylor St.
Hopes to someday travel the world.
Mr. Kelly, Drama Club, and Mr.
Robinsons "decals" will always be
remembered. Thanks go to parents.
Enjoys reading and shopping. ls hap-
py when "The Wizard of Oz" comes
on T.V. "Be for real."
30 Viall St.
Enjoyed football, lifting, lunch, and
Ms. Tripp. To graduate is his immedi-
ate ambition. Found almost any-
where. Thanks mother and father. A
lantasyland is somewhere in the
blackhole. "lt just doesnt matter."
May '84 great!
145 Harvard St.
"Debora-Lee" Hopes to become a
medicinal chemist. Chemistry and
Mr. Goodfellow were great. Special
thanks to Mom and Dad for their tol-
erance. Will always remember
friends who cared. Spending 2
weeks at WPI was memorable. t'Yea,
40 Shawmut Ave.
"Dor"Wants to be a paramedic. Hap-
py times with Bob and friends will be
treasured. Thanks parents for love
and understanding. Mr. Francis, Mr.
Dube and Mr. Barboza are tops. Re-
calls lunchjr. yr. with friends. "l'm not
9 Myrtle Ave.
Roller skating and being with friends
from Silver City all fun. Remembers
weekends in Taunton. Understand-
ing friends imponant. Thanks go to
parents, Aunt Sally, John and Dee.
Sr. means making it with alittle help
75 Butler St.
"Larry" Can usually be found with the
gang at Dan Boisverts place. Will
never forget the bash at Pine Hill
Pavillion. To search for oil. Thanks
his friends for four great years. "Born
To Run" a hit. Sage advice: Be cool.
SHARON L. SYLVIA
12 Cleveland St.
"Munchkin" ls happy with best
friends Lolly and Ann. Thanks par-
ents for understanding and love.
Appreclates an honest person. En-
joyed Mr. Silva and sr. lounge. "Gim-
me a break!" Hopes to become a
good child psychologist. Tan office
145 Fillmore St.
Loves to go to football games with
friends. Mrs. Gutierrez and Mr. Fos-
ter will always be special. Finds
happiness with family and Dana.
Would like to thank Mom for all she's
done. Future ambition: to help hand-
248 Palmer St.
l'Tarp" Passed the time with skiing
and football. Can be found at Button-
wood Park and Millikins. NBHS
friends and playing varsity football
both fond memories. Mr. Goodfellow
tops. Thanks parents for everything.
Headed for computer job.
67 Atlantic St.
Portuguese with Mr. Alves was en-
joyable. Summertime brought happi-
ness with swimming, playing base-
ball and watching the Red Sox.
Thanks parents and friends for help.
Will remember crazy masquerade
days. Hope for peace.
247 Field St.
"Cisco" Can be found hanging out at
his girlfriends house or in the school
parking lot. Enjoyed basic training at
Fort Dix during summer. World Histo-
ry a subject he could get into. "Yeahl'
Hopes to marry C.C. and live on
311 Ashley Blvd.
Can be found on avenue or in sr.
lounge with friends. Likes people
who are honest. Grateful to parents
for being there. Mr. LeBlanc ranked
att. Hopes totravel to Europe- esp.
Paris. Enjoyed Canada. Being a se-
nior means freedom.
RAIMUNDO P. TAVARES
87 Court St.
Enjoyed playing basketball, baseball
and football. Looks for person with
good attitude and respect for others.
Won't forget the flooding in the cafe.
Thanks parents and Miss Schoff for
help. Hopes to own successful busi-
79 Clara St.
"Hose" Hopes to become a secretary
and visit Paris. Enjoyed friends and
teachers at NBHS. Mrs. O and typing
tops. Trip to NY a fun lime. Watching
MTV and "Foolin" both favorites.
Thanks parents and sis. Nice person-
ality a must.
STEVEN W. TERRELL
448C Maxfield St.
"Steve" Being with Kim lights up his
whole world. Found at Dana's house.
July 2,1983 a special time. Fantasy-
land is away from civilization and in
the wilderness. Future plans to grad-
uate, marry Kim and live a happy ful-
110 Osborn St.
"Bruno" Will remember track and
Coach Gardiner. Joe, Mr. Goodfel-
low and Mrs. Hassey outstanding.
Spuddys humor was sometimes fun-
ny, always corny. At 11:15 "all" his
friends and his dry wit were a must.
35 Valentine St.
"0O7" Hopes for a career as a
mechanical engineer, Rates Mr.
Monteiro and math on top of his list.
Admires an honest person. Wishes
for peace and harmony in the world.
Girl's smile makes him smile. Thanks
Ana. Headed to new marathonl
183 Church St.
"Lucy" Loves spending time with
Charlie and fun times with friends.
Kindness and sincerity looked for in
people. Hopes for a successful ca-
reer ln medical field. School hits in-
clude sr. lounge, psychology and Mr.
Kobza. Likes to read.
338 Orchard St.
Being with friends and wild times with
Beth were great. Happiest when Fri-
days rolled around. Tops are child
care and lvlrs. Chopoorian. Thanks
parents and Brian for support. l'Tre"
to enterBridgewaterandto work with
36 Buttonwood St.
"Pam" Enjoys swimming, camping
and being with friends. Fan of Pink
Floyd and tunes of Slmon and Gar-
funkel. Searches for wild, friendly,
honest people. Fun in sun at Marth-
as Vineyard great. Thanks Mom for
support. New Year's Eve tops.
402 Cottage St.
"Toddy" Can be found at West End
Park. Mr. Armstrong made a hit.
Finds happiness with family. Thanks
go to parents. Thinks a good person-
ality is important trait. Hopes one day
to be a master chef. Top hit was
MAXINE ALICIA TODMAN
402 Cottage St.
'Max" Hopes to become special
educ. teacher. Enjoyed gym, history
and music. Mr. Hamlet was special.
Happiest with her niece Roxanne.
Favorite summertime experience
was in New Jersey. Thanks go to
mother and father.
71 Lindsey St.
"T" Enjoys dancing, driving fast and
swimming. Happiness and a good
woman put magic in life. A fast song
and great dance partner makes him
smile. Liked being on swim team at
NBHS. Future car designer and tes-
ter. Block parties favorite.
CELIA IVETTE TORRES
21 Washburn St.
"Betty" Loves Spanish. a very rich
and romantic language. Thanks Mrs.
Methia for her help and understand-
ing. Hopes to share her future as a
lawyer with someone special.
Dreams of the island of Greece. Her
parents make life special.
20 Hussey St.
Hopes to attend college for business
with Mr. Raposa both favorites.
Lunch sophomore year was memor-
able. Thanks Christine for listening.
Looks for honesty. Happy with
friends. "Give me a break."
JO-ANN L. TRACZ
68 Briarwood Drive
"Joe" Can be found hanging with
friends in the parking lot. Honesty,
intelligence and a good personality
are top traits. Thanks Mrs. Bolton.
July 13 is a date to remember. Hopes
to have a successful future. "Later."
Ms. Caton fan.
P fi" 'rrr
560 Middle St.
"Niki" Found near the fountain in the
park or tepeeing Scotts house.
Thanks go to Michelle, Dad, Rys, and
Mrs. Prue. Happy with friends or in
darkroom. Future photographer or
teacher. YoIanda's party and time at
10 Yates St.
Mrs. Z in the Blue House, Jr. Ban-
quet, Great Outdoors Club and NBH
friends carry fond memories. Mrs.
Conward and Mrs. Keightly are favor-
ites. On to successfully complete
college and find high profits in the
world of business.
11 Hawthorn St.
"Bob" Won't forget Christmas in July,
getting a crew cut, having Mr. Motta
and swim team. Hopes to become Air
Foroe fighter pilot. Sailing, scuba div-
ing and flying awesome. Thanks Mr.
J. Medeiros. "The lights are on, but
RAYMOND J. VARIEUR
94 Newcombe St.
"Ray" A hockey enthusiast. Mr. De-
Chambeau and Mr. LeBlanc tops.
Future as computer programmeri'
analyst. Enjoys playing sports.
Would like to thank everyone. Com-
pliments make him smile. Being a se-
nior means power and maturity.
318 Central Ave.
'Jacques' Enthusiastic about Drama
Club. Remembers burning Marc's
face in play. Enjoyed Mr. Pepin and
journalism at NBHS. Looks for indi-
vidualism in people. Hopes for a non-
conformist society. 'iLet's go Jac-
ques, l'm red hot."
881 Pine Hill Dr.
Wont forget the offbeat tales of Mr.
Goodfellow - her first choice for
chemistry. Thanks Mother and Char-
lie fortheir love and support. Headed
for a career as an RN. Enjoyed work-
ing on the yearbook. Sense of
1 Hazard Ct.
"Chopper" Enjoys time spent with
friends - esp. at the beach. Mr. Mot-
ta her top choice. Won't forget great
fun of first summer with wheels. One
day hopes to be adoctor. Magic com-
es from good friends. May 12th a
161 Grinnell St.
"Lady-G" Can be found at Washing-
ton Square listening to "Juicy Fruit."
Honesty in people looked for. Thanks
go to Mom and Dad. Lunch and Mr.
Vaz favorites at N.B.H.S. Hopes to
work with children. Enjoys hanging
out. "Ya, ya, ya."
123 Rockland St.
"Vasky" Known for great touch on
the basketball court. Trip to Martha's
Vineyard a super memory. Thanks
family and Mrs. Buckley. Feb. 7,
1983 a special day. "You Are in My
System" a special song. Likes nice
smile W esp. S.H.'s.
204 County St.
i'J.V." Usually found at the Mall. En-
joyed having Mr. Gill. Favorites in-
clude baseball, hockey and lunch.
Outstanding feature at NBH was the
girls. Thanks sent to his parents.
Someday hopes for a trip to Florida
and magical money.
MARIA DE LURDES VAZ
1185 Cove Rd.
"Milu" Finds happiness with friends
and listening to some good music.
Hopes future will include travel. En-
ioyed two month trip to Portugal. List
of favorites include jogging, song
'Big Log" and French. "Uii! Vida!"
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474 Ashley Blvd.
'Peachy" Enjoys hanging with
friends. Honesty and smiles are fa-
vorite traits. Mrs. Romano was tops.
Future R.N. Recalls meeting Flock of
Seagulls at Rocky Pt. Thanks mother
for being there. Fun times with Jodie
179 Wels St.
"Sally" Finds happiness with Mike.
Brother Jorge and wife get thanks for
being there. "Go for it!" Mr. Hamlet
her favorite. Thinks the eyes of a
child are magical. Hopes one day to
study law or to raise a family.
872 So. First St.
"Taty" Thanks parents and Mrs. Kal-
Ievik for support. Aims to be good
secretary. Puerto Rico a fantasyland.
Likes hearing "Never Gonna Let You
Go." Looks for sincerity. Family and
friends put magic in life. Mr. Raposo
321 Shaw St.
Lunchtime fun, math class and Mr.
Dube's personality rated favorites.
Finds happiness being with Bobby.
Favorite tune "Always and Forever."
Thanks go to Mom and Dad for car-
ing. l'Wicked." Hopes to marw and
raise a family.
MICHAEL J. VENTURA
25 Hussey St.
"Mike" NBH memories include En-
glish, Mr. Goodfellow, jazz band and
friends. Happy times include gigs in
Hanford with the Works, performing
for people and being creative. Hopes
to be remembered. "l'm not ready for
REGINALD R. VICTOR
350 Cottage St.
"Slick" Favorites at NBH were Mr.
Silva, Black Studies and gym.
"Whats happening?" Best times are
being around the ladies. Thanks go
to his Mom tor her help. Dreams of
one day visiting Hawaii. Hopes for
peace in the world.
ROCHELLE L. VICTOR
23 James St.
"Rolo" Will always remember Mr.
Raposo and the football and basket-
ball games. Happy when with JC, LA,
HC, LC, and LN, or jogging. Thanks
parents for understanding. Admires
great personality. To become anes-
thesiologist. 'lOoo chill!"
MARIA T. VIEIRA
73 Swan St.
"Marie" Enjoys painting, reading and
drawing Looks for honesty and
being one s self, Won't forget getting
to thank parents, friends and
teachers. Hopes to be a computer
137 Holly St.
"Course" Enjoys softball and music.
Special thanks to John Santos.
Hopes to win fame with music. Often
found on Holly St. Playing in Canada
great summer experience. Mr, Kelly
and Music Theoryfavorites, A beauti-
ful girl brings smiles.
115 Hathaway St.
"Zee" Known for guy watching. "Oo-
Ia-Ia!" Mrs. Rutkowitz, French and
loads of hmwk won't ever be forgot-
ten. Special thanks to parents. Hand-
some men with nice personalities
add magic to life. Summertime in
RONALD A. VIEN
43 Rutland St.
"Ron" Flies radio controlled aircrafts
in his spare time, Thanks go to Ma
and Dad. Mr. Le Blanc was a favorite.
Wants everyone to be happy, Wishes
to be the richest man in the world and
to live on Cape Cod. "Dont worry
56 Yale St.
"Spider Legs" Loves traveling and
seeing new places. Will remember
days not present at NBH and lunch-
times. College-bound. Thanks
Mom for all she has done. Hangs at
the Eiffel Tower. Happy when with
Bobby. "Let's get livel!"
222 Hathaway Fld.
"Mike" Wont forget experience of
crashing into a house. In school favor-
ites include sr. lounge, science, Mr.
Oliver and being with friends. His par-
ents get his special thanks. A future
in California with a trade hoped for.
144 Sycamore St.
Will always remember breaking div-
ing record and being on NBH swim
team. Likes to spend time with family,
Mr. Hamlet and math enjoyed most.
Happy moments spent laughing with
friends. Working at Camp Kennedy
535 Barnard St.
Weave Is happiest when swim-
ming or with Michael. Christmas in
July great fun. Mr. Kobza is special.
Thanks parents for support and
understanding. Hanging with DR.
will long be remembered. Thats
LORI WIENZEK ANITA WILCOX MICHAEL E. WILLIAMS
25 Pinette St. 158 Central Ave. 141 Phillips Ave.
N.B. 02740 N.B. 02745 N.B. 02746
Lor Will never forget the weekend
in N.H with Bridget and Lisa Mr.
Goodfellow tops. Thanks Tony lor
teaching her to accept herself Going
to U-Mass with Elaine special. Being
with friends brings smiles. 'Do you
Future ambition to go into engineer-
ing Loves a sense of humor in a per-
son Wishes for peace and happi-
ness in the world. Mr. Kelly. Mr
Goodfellow. and Mrs. I-lassey are
among tavonte teachers. Thanks all
209 Court St.
"Marge" Always enjoys partying with
friends. The Blice in Foxboro with Gil-
ly. Lisa and Jamie an unforgettable
night Looks lor people who are hon-
est. Weekends are the best. Led
Zeppelin tan. March 26. 1982 a great
HEIDI ANN WINDERLICK
119 Greenwood St.
"Heidikins" Enloys softball, horse-
back ndrng and hanging with friends,
Honesty loyalty and caring people
admired. Mr. B., Ms. Gutierrez. and
steno. all favorites. Carried books for
friends on crutches at N.B.H.S. On to
STEVE P. WOOD
31 Bullock St.
"Woody" Wont forget the dry humor
of Mr. Buscar: and getting by with a
yellow slip. Happlesttimes spent sall-
rng and water skiing. Thanks go to
Mrs. Bolton. Hopes to find a future in
computers. Wishes the world peace
Go lor it '
. A 'ss
Fond memories of NBH include Mr.
Hartley. math. lunch and the girls'
Enloys surfing and being with friends
Mom and Dad get his thanks. One
day hopes to go to college. make big
money. become famous and travel to
458B Maxfield St.
"Wynnbag" Basketball tops list ot
favorites. Enjoyed Black Studies with
Mrs. Purcell and gym with Mr. D.
Medelros. Wont forgetNBH Iadles.A
music lover, Thanks Mother for her
support. Headed for Uncle Sams
TAMMY LEE WILLIAMS
79 A Cedar St.
Tee Dreams ot dancing on Broad-
way Wrshes everyone would be
themselves. Thanks Mom. B and
grandmother for support Music and
dancing are magical. Favorites in-
clude U.F..Mrs.Conward and Drama
Club. You know that"' Loves Cali!
26 Garrison Fld.
Likes to keep pretty much to himself
Most enyoyable times are hours
spentplayingthe guitarorrelaxing on
school vacations. Magic comes from
the strains of rock-n-roll. Found in
study halls sound asleep. Eruption
a top tune.
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MEET OUR GUEST:
A special member of the Class
of '84 is Eduardo Gonzalez, a
foreign exchange student from
Chile. "Lalo" has enjoyed his life
here in America, especially his
time at NBHS. At his school in
Chile he had to wear a uniform -
shirt, slacks, and tie. At NBHS he
was able to wear something a lit-
tle less formal -- jeans and
Eduardo pointed out other dif-
ferences between Liceo A 39 this
high school in Chilej and NBHS.
instead of changing classrooms
every forty-five minutes, Eduardo
and his friends back home stay in
the same room all day. Eduardo
also found each of his teachers at
NBHS very helpful and he liked
the way they treated him "like a
He finds thatwhile his friends in
Chile are quiet and serious, his
friends in the United States are
"free, crazy, funny, and happy."
Those that have met him are
sorry to see him go and hope that
he will take with him great memo-
ries of NBHS fas well as his
Good luck, Eduardo, from the
Class of '84.
Ruben Dario 428
Villa Las Orquideas. Quilpue, Chile
"Lalo'i can be found at the theater or
playing soccer. Enjoys listening to
music-esp. Air Supply. Mr. De Silva's
geometry class was favorite. Girlfriend
and parents get special thanks. To be-
come doctor. "l-li! Chicaf'
MEET OUR GUEST:
The foreign exchange stu-
dent representing the American
Field Service this year is
Mahmoud Abdel Gawad from
Egypt and we are very pleased
to have him as a member of the
Class of '84 at NBHS. When
asked about the differences
found at NBHS, he told us that
at St. George, his high school in
Egypt, he had the same teacher
all day. He finds that life is
"much easier" in America than
in Egypt. Mahmoud seems to
have adjusted quite well.
While in America he was able
to go skiing for the first time.
Although he found it freezing
here, Mahmoud enjoyed his
time in the U.S. as a new experi-
ence. While here his English
has improved and he has be-
come more independent.
Mahmoud is anxious to return
to his home and his family, but
he'll miss all his new-found
friends. We hope he will remem-
ber fondly his time at NBHS and
will enjoy his "new life."
Best wishes, Mahmoud, from
the Class of '84.
22 EI Satl St.
Roxy, Cairo, Egypt
Enjoys being at the Sport Club. Swim-
ming and soccer kept him busy. Ge-
ometry and chem. with Mr. Goodfellow
interesting. Searches for truthfulness.
Thanks parents for AFS time. Hopes
to be a pharmacist in a peaceful world
LQ, DB, TR, IP, JP, CM, RA: The memories of all of
you will always have a special place in my heart.
K-' Luv ya ali, Lucy , , , A
Mike:.The times weivel nad together will never be
forgotten. l'll love you always. - Bambie L
Barb: The greatest friend ever! Remember allythe
- times we ve had. tFuttles, Tom, the drive inli --
T Loveya, Barbie
Karen: Thanks for the love, support and good times,
, You made school bearable being there with me,
Kid. - Luv, Wendy T
Troyxwell cuz, we made it. I knew we could do it.
. You arethe best! I will cherish you always. lluvyai
'T - Wendy T L
Eric Z: Do you have any marichino cherries? Never
Q forget my lizards! l still have your Strittmatter
. NOBSSP-,LUV, BL - T T
Emrna:You clon't realize how much you'll be missed.
Paroheesi anyone? Theres two moons out to-
i night!!! -- Luv, BL .N T f
Jessie: Youjwere very nice to me so l'll cutriresh
T :lowers just for you. - Your friend alwaystdacky
'Lucy4P:To the only girl I know who lived through my
T turns!'Always remember Matilda! Thanks for
if heingarnendil , y
,dofiio 8: Mimi: Thanks for all the good times like the
I, Fort, Go-Go's, 8t summer. Those memories are
- treasured. - Linda T
To the Gang at Lunch: Remember all the laughef
. Jesse ttiasoni: Good luck with future endeavors.
' --,QLoily, P.S. Be Good!
Lib: You may not be graduating with me, but tome
youre att e top of the class. Thanks for your love.
and caring - LP g ,
Gina,:Eiaine, Maria, Kelly and anyone else lio?ot:
' We did it!! So letis keep doing it!! Love, Ma
Buckwheat: Janey Bird, "84i', hockey games, Jour-
' ney,Pat Benatar, 'tLet the Music Play'i, forever
our gang. Boom Boom! - Love, Kat A l
To the Girls at Lunch: Senior year will neverbe
forgotten. Keep in touch. God Bless. - Lena
' Pops: We're finally out! - LCA
To Mr. Gill's Bio 2 class: You're all great! Atways
remember Karen and her liver! Good luck always!
-- Love Mary, "84l'
Mary: Watch out! It's windy. Hey do you want to
walk? Matilda has been great and so have you!
Yep! - Love ya, Lucy
Es: Remember the crow, flirting with Ed, crazy times
at lunch, our picnic in l don't know where, Hey
clon't kick me. - LP
Chris Storer: Hey Chris wanna play 99? Remember
this is your day! Thanks for the memories. Take
Gare. -f- Love, Mary
Liz: To ai! the crazy things we've done. Always re-
member social strip, HarIey's and all the tools.-
Athena: Remember the parties, Harleys and the fun
times at social strip . . . - Liz
Aram: Youre a really good friend. Thanks foralways
being there when I needed someone to taik to. H-
' Love ya, Legs
Roxana: Thanks for being such a special friend. l'll
never forgv? the good times that weive shared. -H
Love ya, endy
Sandy: My better half. You are and always will be
special to me. Never forget Mr. Motta! Take care!
H- Your friend, Wendy
To our Purple Banana: Thanks tor all the great mem-
ones. its been a great year. Always remember
us. -- Love the Bunch!!
Tony: You were the highlight of my high school yrS.!
Catftwait to spend my life with you. l love you. --
Love, Andrea r
Athena: Thanks for always being there when l
V needed a friend. Always remember the wild times.
M- Love, Jody
Bobbie Babie: You're a real nice guy. The fun times
in Mr. Mathias class will be remembered. -0 Luv,
Craig, Carolyn and Wendy: The best senior class
0 icers ever. From your Sr. class sec. -- Anne-
NB: i leave to you all my sweatbands and a bottle ot
no frizz, hard candies, hotel key, sunshine,
Duane, plus more. - DD
ABC: Never forget all the great times, Winslow,
snowball fights in 6th -grade, Pam, Wayne,
A Carolyn, Eli, Michelle, 8i om - D l
Buns Honey: l iove you. - Your Pooh Bear!
Michael: I treasure the time that we spend together.
You make my dreams come true. l'll always love
you. -- Paula
'Lynne Day: a Greatfriend who is always there to
make me laugh, Good luck at J. +1 J. Always
, remember BB s class. -f Mar. T T'
To my partner in crime, Liz: Always rememberrBun-
T ny and Peegoo!4You're right, number 7 is fine!
Takeoare. fe t.ove,Mary: , , , , ,1
lvir. Kobzafs E period 82 Class: 'ifothe best class
ever. Always .remember thefun times, Par: You're
at great lab. partner .ill T ,
Karen: Always remember myfpoor arm. Jett: l prom-
ise never to cal! you Boo' again! Take care and
goodfluck always. -5 Mep.
Rick Ramoa:.Thanks forthe great times in sopho-
more English. -fatiacqueline Pimentel
Mary: Remet'nber.Eddie in sophomore study. Good
, luck. God Blessf- Jacqueline Pimentel
Stevezmniever forget all the laughing we did ine-ur-.
reuri! it seems ike live known you longer. Keep in
r touohf-qttiimr 1 T I Q
f Sherri: Thanks for all you've been to me. Remember
ailthe great times . . . Hope to have many ,motfey
Thanks! Love, ivlike t ,T .
Basha: Oh,Lrto!Nicotine time. Are you goinglto eat.
, lunch? Can all bum a butt? Remember theftun at
Mi.tldoon's, a- Anna T g .j y
Heidi: A real true friend whom l've had four greatyrs..
.with.VBen1ember the "Police" and carrying my
.books!"Sia'f T A W ng
Dawn Santos: Thanks for always being there. Yoiire
The beet friend anyone could ever have. -, Heidi
AnnemariePeyant: You're a great friend. I hope you
get everything you want in life. - Your sis, Heidi,
Btidgeitll teave you my car keys, Mr. Murry's perish,
trnyimeped. Honey 81 Spot, vanilla frappes 8t Keith
Jr. Parohesi! -+ Emma ,
Maggie-Do: Whatfa friend! Thanks! D.H.S., football
games, movie camera, Montrel, Washington, and
wl1at'e so funny? -+- Emma
Jacky Pirnentelg ,Tofthe best friend anyone could
lever hope for. Thanks for the memories. - Love
always, Poirier "84"
Jan -- "Do you have any melons?l' - Paula
Danny Amaral: Always remember Algebra 2. The
secret word is fine! Good tuck always! - Mary
To the gang: it's been great! We've had a lot of good
times and tons of great memories! Keep smiling.
-- Love, ls 8i Mary Jody: Never forget ai the good
times we've had and come ioin us. Weil have at
ball. -e-Athena ,
Skip: Remember all the good times and I-hope there
will be many more. Never forget the big M. - luv
ya' always, Ange
Tre: A fantastic person who talked me through some
rough times. See ya in New Jersey. l'd better. --
Love ya, Rox
Wendy: Well we finally made it. Thanks for all those
times you listened to my problems. Thanks for
being you. - Love Fiox, 4 T
Moo: To all those great times! To all those days we
skigped and got caught' Did you ever .find it? --
A. .F., Robe A
Robs: l'll always remember the good times! Never
forget both NS's! Thanks for ati your help . .. i
found it!!! - Moo . . T
Carolyn: Wit! we ever get to Newport? Love to see
those "stiff rocks." Upcoming beach times will be
a roar! -1- Kim , T
Pam: Never forget our Jr. Miss' experience. You've
been a special friend. Hope the future holds much
happiness! - Kim
Kim: Thanks for always being there when l needed
gnu. You're a terrific friend Fd never want to lose.
e good. - Love, Rox. T .
Paul Rego: it could have been an exciting experi-
ence! - From a Beatle fan!
Michelle: We finally made it. l'll never forget the
friendship we've shared over the years. - love
you, Darlene j
John, Paul, George, and Ringo: Luv ya! And ya know
that can't be bad! Yeah, yeah, yeah forever! -
Annemarie, Heidi, Sharon, and Linda: .Always re-
member the Van Halen concert! lMlght as well
JUMPQ - Sue Finnerty
Biddy + Lori: Goony Goo Goo! Beware of parked
cars and try and match your shoes. Keep it in
drive -- Love you, Lisa
Lori and Lisa: Thanks for being there when l needed
you most. Friends forever. - Bridget
Christopher Allan: We've had some great times.
Remember: l had one once but the wheels tell oit.
-- Luv ya, Sue P.
SA, WC, WA, KD, ML, LM: Remember all the great
times we had. Best ofiuck to ail1ofiyou.4-Take
oare,.Gtna . A T. , T . . .
WQYRSIHQU Crew: Ftememberthe goodtimes. .Good
4 luck in iife. Neverstop being "sick", -ri-'i.0VB,,MBd!
Hi Donald: Thank you for always being' there when rl
needed you.yltlove you more than anything.
Love always, Boo-Boo . 1 '
An an looking at a twoyearoatendar:,Eric, whens your
birthday? Eric: November 24,Ana: T983 or 1984?
Karen: lvlark, who's Gary Benoit? Mark pointing be
hind him: Karen, this isfGatyBerioit? ,
What did one ceiling say to the other?'Anais watchf
ing us. ,W i :Ag T
Teachers l had: Thanks for your patience, A's and Q3
wonderful 4 years. Mr. Ed, lewil never rnentiofl
f Quxjbow on your - ES , jf Lug
"P.S.: Remember crazy things. Balancing theboek
T around the core, Praise the Lord, He hae healed
, tngrown toe nails! - Es 1 . T Q QQ,
Luey,fDel, Jacky, ls, and other friends: Thankefferl
jj your help, comfort, and jokes. Wilt never forget
T Myou.--Love, Es A , .4
,Clftice Aides 8t Yearbook Start: Thanksforthe time,
'patience and laughs at thecritical times.-l.wieh
j it IDU asstorybook future and magical momenteiefe
uok, Love and Happiness, Miss B , -
Med: Thanks for everything. Never forget airline
L ,things we shared: the eye, the hair, D.C., Z,,and
A .our riendship.-Gina , A
Elaine: This is it, now what? Never forget! aihihe
. gughs we had. Thanks for everything. --Loveya,
, ina .Q f
Wendy: Thanks for all of the great times antiEi!i'of
r your friendship. l'll always remember you. Thanks
ld. - Love, Karen T, g 5
Gina, Elaine, Mad, Kelly, Ria, Sandy: Agreatlbunch
of friends. Remember all the fun times. Keepin
touch. - Love, Lisa F A .
Sandy A.: Well our high school years are finaiiy over.
:-hope!! your future brings you happiness- Lover
isa . ' A T
Cheryl A. 8i wendy A.: The best lab partners ever.
Remember all the good times in Mr. K'sclaSs8t at
lunch. -- Love Lisa M.
Explorer: Thanks for always being there. Remember
l will always love you! - Love, Debbie
To the Crew: Always remember - "There'll be no
.more like '84, 'cuz we're sick!'l Take care, stay
cool and be mellow. - Gina l
My Buddies: You are very special to me. Always
remember our wild times together. l'il love you
always! - Marybeth
Kim: You are a terrific person - one l'll never forget.
Remember all the fun laughing in Ms. B's office-0
"Neuriner." - Steve
Eric: Y0u'll always have the best cancer spots t've
Q afar seen. Thanks for all the great timee!-- Love,
Lindaa You are one person I consider a true friend.
"Leave Me Alonet' at NBHS dance and lunch
T Were hysterical. - Steven T . r
Twirikiea: You're a wild and crazy psycho anirhai.
You'll always be a really special part of my high
A School years. - Love, Z T
To CD: You sure have the two nicest . . . feet. Sorryi
had to get that off my chest. - Love ya, EZH
Richie: Best of luck in all you do. l'il always care. -
Lova ya, Dor y
Tracey: Remember all the laughs we shared in Miss
B's office. Thanks for everything. Good luck. -
Luv ya, Gina
"Artey" and The Crew: Thanks for ali the great times
vc-ge shared in high school. Best of luck.-- Love ya,
Per. EFG Shorthand: Will always ,remember dictaf
tion! Good luck. Special thanks to all the girls at
lunch. - Love, lrene G. .
Dan, Frank, Chris: Poshnaga Chrisg Sorry l cant
sing, Frankie: Danny, l still want you to dump
Linda. - Aahnaga, Joann
Spuddy: You predictable guy you. You best be
stagn' in touch or l'll pg you big time. What a guy!
Micheile: Theres been so many unforgettable ex-
periences! Thanks for all th laughs! See ya in
T Florida! -H Luv CC
Lisa ti Kim. How do we begin? Wefve had some
great times! Boston! Lunch! Diet?! We're going to
make it! -- Luv, PA 8 CG
Suzy-Q: A good friend that l have known for many
Reis and l will never forget. Best of luck -- Love,
o in .
Psycho B: Try not to forget. Please! - PBR
Andrea: Never forg'etg our singing phone calls, lunch,
big "chest" 8i " ave a Beautiful Day! Thanks for
evergthing! - Love, Jo
Major om: You've been the best friend and com-
rade a captain could ever have. Luv ya. -- All my
love, Captain C! -
Mimi: Pick up my book darling when I get dressed!
Hurry up! l'm going to miss him! Common sense!
-- Love, Joann
Eric and Tom: I love you both. Swing, Tom! Don'l
A gllrgetisybil, Eric! Thanks for everything. Love,
Jorge Neto: Jan. 23, '84 will always be special. I do
care about you. God bless and take care. - Love,
A sp. friend.
CC: Do I have nine heads?!!! lt's not us. its everyone
else! They've got such problems! Crossing high-
ways? - Luv, Pam
UH, JB, KF, BC, PJ, Mel, KM, Mi: Thanks for all the
memories. l'Il never forget all the good times. -
Lov to all, Kelly
To All My Friends lYou know who you arel and My
Favorite Teachers: The art, English and club
leadersjz THANKS! - Kirsten
Columbo: Never forget getting stuck on the
Vineyard. Thanks for being a great friend and
don't forget to call me! -- en
Carolyn: Remember the great times weve had.
Latin class, Cancer sports, Skipping school -
And getting caught! - EZ!-l
"Tre" Physiology was great. Remember "Pha-
langes" and our laughing times. Yourterritic. Best
of luck and I luv ya. - Wendy
Michelle: I just want you to know how much your
friendship has meant to me. Remember all our
good times. - Karen
Barb: lt's been great having a friend like you. You'll
do fine in col ege and become a great nurse. -
Ronnie Crowell: Thanks for all the memories. Some-
day you will be a good pool player. - Love ya,
Cheryl and Michelle: You guys have been such good
friends to me. Love you both and keep in touch. -
g Love, Karen
Pam: I have so much to tell you and it's so weird!
.Cheering has been an experience! Live life to the
fullest. - Andrea
Del, Lu, Es, Rob, ls: We always ended up on the
same lunch shift. Always remember the wild times
together. - Love, Cid
Robin: A good friend l've enjoyed knowing for the
past four years. Best of luck in the future- Henry
Johnny: l'Il never forget the good times we've
shared, and the fun I had playing with your crutch-
es. - Love ya, Wendy
Rox: You're a special friend. Never forget all the
good times - esp. Lake St. Pond. Wasn't that
awful! - Love, Kim
C.W.: You're a very special friend. Remember Jr.
Banquet, play, and all the other good times. -
Wendy: You're a very special friend. Remember our
little drives esp. to BF. and all the times.--Love,
S.B: Never underestimate how much you mean to
me. Hope our relationship lasts forever. - Luv ya
Shaun: You've made my senior year very special.
Thanx for helping me get through it. I love you! -
Theresa: Never forget our many laugh attacks. You
always put a smile on my face. - Love always,
Theresa: You have been so special to me during
high school. Thanks for all that you have done for
me. - Love, Johnny
To the Crew: You guys were always there for me.
Gonna hang tuff after graduation? BD, MC, SA,
CL, SM, BM, RG, SB, JS, EC
Wendy Capra: Thank you for all the memories.
You've been a great friend and helped me
through a lot. - Love, Sandy Amorin
Wayne, Scott, Craig, Norman: Never forget our un-
forgettable Junior Banquetl Sorry! - Love, Kim,
Wendy, Raegan, Roxane, Cathy
Johnny: Had to tell ya again that your company was
great this year and I hope you will always stay in
touch. - re
Tracy 8 Gina.: it's been fun working with you in the
Dean's office and I hope we stay good friends
always. - Richie
Wendy, Lisa, Elaine, Gina, Mad, Tracy, Marla, Kelly:
Lets' always stay close friends. -- Love ya, Sandy
Matt: Thanks for being a good friend. I'lI always
remember the good times. - Your friend, Sandy
Shaun: You're very special to me. I love you very
much! And never want to lose you! - Love ya
always. Kim OXOX
Reg: You're a very special friend. Remember Jr
anquet, parties, the beach and all the other good
times. - Love, KC
Tre: You're a very special friend. Remember all the
good times, in C.C., at parties and the beach. --
Love Ya, Kim
Eric: You have been a great and fun friend. I will
never forget all the good times. - Luv, Tracey
Lori: I cant thank you enough for being the truly
special friend that you were all year. Luv ya lots!
Gina, Elaine, and Madeline: MX three wild friends.
The best of luck always! - uv, Tracey
Lisa: Get your hair cut will ya?l l'm so glad we got the
chance to be friends. You're great person! - Luv
Celeste, Chris, Bela: I will never forget the good
times we had at senior lounge. -- el
Jay and Lynnn: You two are very special people!
Remember all the good times at NBHS - Love
David Reis: Remember the haunted house and all
the good times sophomore and junior year! -
To the Greatest Bunch of Friends a Guy Could Hope
For: Thanks for sharing the good as well as the
bad! - Tom
Nickle and Lori: Knowing ,you both has been a plea-
sure. I hope the both o you go onto be success-
ful. - Love, Steven
EM, LP, RA, IP, JP, LQ: Remember the great times
we all shared together at NBHS. Lets never
forget each other. -- Del
Barbie: Paris is just around the corner- so is your
pot of gold! I know you'll find it!!! - Love ya, Rick
Pam: Rem. band: Fla., our coconut hair? Canada,
'Splish Splash", the Fr. guy following us - esp.
P WER! Thanks - Love, Andrea
Barbara: I had agreat time atthe Valentine's Dance.
Going to Friendly's after was fun. Thanks for
being a friend. - Steve
Deb: We were never as close as we are now. Hope-
fully we'll stay this way. l'll always "love" you, no
matter what. -- Love, Frankie
Ria: You're a sweet friend. Riding to school with ya
was great and much appreciated. Thanks! Rock-
force iff - Luv, Tre
Captain Comrade Connulty: high school wouldn't be
worthwhile without you. You are an extra special
friend. - Love you! Tom
Wendy:You're a really thoughtful person. Never
forget the laughs in anatomy class. Always keep
in touch. - Luv ya, Tre
Frankie: Never forget those fun times we've had.
Ashnaga! I will miss you! Thanx for being my
friend. - Linda Love
Michelle: You are the sweetestcperson I know!
Thanks for all the rides. Certllie lite guards this
summer? - Kim.
Comrades, Figgy and Suzy-Q,: Mr. RR-eugher, sa-
lute!?! With song, praises and deepest affection.
- PEP-PS. lBurrp.l
F2 - l want to walk on a moonlit beach with you,
gaze at the stars, feel the ambrosias, and even
see ribbons in the sky - P2
To my cousins: Don't forget our song and "Just Hang
Loose". - Love, cousin Robin
Sr. softball players: lt's been great playing softball
with you all and I wish you all the best. - Good
Mike: l'll always remember the special friendship
weve shared. Good luck St may all your dreams
come true. - Joanne
To all my friends: Good luck and happiness always.
Remember lunch and the plan. Keep in touch. --
Your pal, Nina
Book: l'm glad l've known you, for 6 years. You
always come to my rescue. You are the greatest.
- Love ya, Marsh
Joann: You're a very special friend. Thanks. Re-
member evegthing . . . Poshnaga "Have a beau-
tiful life." -- shnaga, Andrea
Linda: You're one of the best friends that l've ever
had. Never forget all that we have been thru!
Lylas, -- Sharon
Paula: You are one ofthe best cousins I could have.
You really mean alot to me! I wish you the best
always. -- Love, Sha
Suey tit Andrea: The weirdos. I had a great time
cheering with you guys. l'll miss you alot. Ashna-
ga-forgnada -- Linda
JA, LA, BG, RW: You guys are flips, but you can stay
at my house anytime. I cherish the memories.-
Scott, Sylvia and John Avo: You both are wild and
funny. l'll never forget you. - love, Jackll
Carolyn: l'll never forget your clothing malfunctions.
What a fun friend you are! - Luv, Tracey
Gert: Neverforget mt. climbs, D8lD, elves and Alpha.
We had some great times. There shall be many
more. - Love, Columbo
Kim: You're a really good friend. l'll never forget all
those "fun" basketball games, and the banquet.
- Love ya, Wendy
Maria, Bill, Doug, Bob, Tom, Dawn, "Captain" and
Mr. Bond: Never forget the psycho teacher and
madness!! - Fred
LP, IP, EM, DB, CB, WM, and AP: Thanks for the
laughs. - Your friend always, Jacqueline
Lisa-Marie was here.
Barbara, Dave, Jeff, Joe , JORGE, Karen, Ken, Lee,
Linda, Mike, Preston, Rob 8 Tracey: Thanks for
all the help. - Mr. R.
Danny: I "Truly'l love you! You are great! lt's been a
fun year. Glad I met you. Ashnaga-Poshnaga!
See you! - Luv, Linda
Kirsten: Never forget the renaissance! - Your
friend, Kim F.
Dan, Frank, 8t Chris: You guys are great! Remember
the ist night, i'All Night Long," 8r band. Keep ln
touch. - Andrea
Jessie D'Almeida: The best guitar player around!
Always remember Psycho! l'm glad we met.
You're really special. - Mary P.
Kim 8 Rox: You both have been truly very special
friends to me and I luv ya. Happiness to you
always. - Love, Tre
Johnny: You are a very special person. Thanks for
always being there to cheer me up. You're a great
friend. - Luv, Tre
Jamie: The world's greatest cousin. tmost of the
timel" Never forget who's older! - Love ya al-
To all my friends: You're the best there is! Never
forget the corny jokes we told in Ms. B's office. -
To my pals in Tan House: Remember all the laughs
on Ist lunch! Wish you all the best in life! -- Love,
Esmerelda: Stop trying to sell your stuff to Doug and
Bill. -- Thanks, Doug and Bill
Ma 81 Dad: Thank you for your support during cheer-
ing and band. Thanks for paying for this ad. I love
you. -- Andrea
Cheerleaders: Thanks for making my senior yr.
memorable. You're all very unique. 'Our car was
great!" Love, Andrea
Ivy: You're the greatest thing that has ever hap-
pened to me. You'll always be my best friend. l'lI
always love you. - Le Le
Wendy: You are very special and I care about you a
lot. Just being with you makes me happy. Love
Wendy 8t Lisa: Remember all the good times we had
in Mr. K's class. You have been great friends.
Keep in touch. - Calcium
Karen: You have been a great friend. I will never
forget you. Take care and best of luck in all you
do. - Love, Cheryl
Andrea: Cheering was great! You're great! Remem-
ber Fla., Canada tsplish splashj and Washington.
l'm freakin out! - Luv, Pam
Andrea: l've got so much to tell you! lt's so weird!
Thanks for bringing me sunshine. I couldn't live
without it! - Pam
Suey: Never forget the pink gym bag! Thanks for
everything. Schlee! Schlee! Bye-Bye - Love,
Patrick: You make my life so special and I will love
you all my life. couldn't live without you. - Love
Ivy: Remember the very first time we met. We will
always love each other. P.S. I accept your pro-
posal. -- Love always, Lisa
CC: Thanks for being you! Remember "Skip To My
Lou,'l the beach, and so much more. Keep
laughing! Nay, negative, no! -- Pam
Niki: Your love has been and will always be the
sweetest gift ever cgiven to me. Love you always,
- Tony, XOXOX
Danny and Tom: Switch!!! We'II never forget! -
Love, Paula and Sue
Hey Dudes: 9-37-7: Hope you remember, shots,
doggies, dots, numbers and games 'cause my
memory is played.
Patrick: You are the greatest thing in my life. I want to
spend the rest o ,my life with you. l'Il love you
always, - Pumpkin
Madeline falias-Band-aid: Woman-Lucyllz We really
had some great times here and everywhere! It
was great! - Linus
Kim: Remember all those wild times, the almost Jr.
Banquet, Lake St. tgo for itil, McDonaId's fSome-
one's in here.J - Love, Missi
Marc: Thanks for being there. Terri: Remember LI
and white Transam. Good luck to all. - Mimi
Carolyn, Pam, and Michelle: Life's truest happiness
is found in the friendships we make along the way.
PA, CC, MB: Forget college - How about Bermu-
da!?! Thanks for all the laughs! Success sounds
great! - Love, Lisa
Theresa: My Valentine! Thank you for the food at
Burger Chef. See you at the beach. Stay sweet
always. - Love, Lisa
Tre: Remember, whatever happens to you happens
to me, so be happy. Thanks for always being
there. 143 - Love, Lori
To All My Friends: Never forget all the good times.
Good luck. - Brenda
Wendy Mitzan: Remember who we are! One day we
will triumph. - Love Beckey
Charleis and Vanessa: The past four years would
have meant nothing without the two of you.
Thanks. - Sean
Moody: Thanks for all your words of encouragement
when I needed them. You're a real friend. Good
luck. - Spoddy
Joe O: What can I say? Thank you for being there,
Bro. - Buddy
Pssst, Buddy: I donft believe you're so predictable.
It's been real. Well, we're off.
Baby: I hope where you're going is the true Bac-
chanalian homeland. You'll always be in my
heart. - Love, Your mama
Spam: Never a dull moment with us! Youll never
know how much I cherish our friendship. We're
almost there! - CC
Scott: You're someone very special. l'lI never forget
the movie St MB's party. Good luck wfhockey. -
Love ya always, Wendy
PEB, DAR, RBT, DTG, 81 ELS, especially RRB: You
guys are the greatest friends a guy could have!
ood luck! - EZH
JB, KO, KF, MEL, BC, AE, SM, CM, Heidi and Helen:
I will always remember the fun we have had
together. - Love, Vanessa H.
CC, PA, MB: Remember tennis, pig-outs, Boston,
fresh-skip, tossin' cookies, the beach, and all
else! - Love, LM
LBD: College won't be the same without my best
friends. 143, Dart. parties and Burger Chef will
never be forgotten! - LLW
To NBHS: Don't fall of yourtightrope! NBHS: You're
out of it! - Psycho and Sidekick
MJM: You made my senior year very special. These
last months were the best. May we always stay
together. - Love, CW
DAR: lid just like to thank you for four great years.
You were always my number one. l'll never forget
you. - Love, CW
Michelle: Neverforget out Capewind night. That was
something we dared. Always dumb and still are. 8t
Love you, Karen
Deb: Thanks for making senior year so special. l'II
always remember the great times we shared.
Don't let them end. - Love, Mark
Lori C 8 Jane K: Never forget computer math. I hope
you have debugged your future carefully. -
SQUEEZE - Rhonda
Trace: Never forget the great times we shared
together. I cherish every moment with you. -
Michele J: I wish that I could have gotten to know you
better but friendship is better than nothing. -
Stooges 8 Co: We have a lot of memories! Keep in
touch always! Never forget the great times' Love
ya! - Janey-Bird
The Maenads: May our madness live on because its
one of a kind. I luv you alll- The Impala
Tre: You're one special friend. Never forget all the
good times, especially listening to Rockforce. -
Love ya, Ria
Tracey 8 Gina: Remember all the good times in
Bizzarro's Pub. Good luck in all you do. -- Sly Lie
Lisg-Marie: Thank you for holding me on your lap. -
Nicky and Debbie: Two of my best friends. Thanks
for all you've done. Goonygoogoo! Be happy!
Jane, My Identical Twin: I will always remember
having you in my homeroom and the jokes we
shared. - VGH "Angel"
Elaine: We have been friends for so long. You are
really special and I'II never forget the good times.
- Love, Johnny
KC, WA, RS, RW: RememberourgreatJr. Banquet
- no fruit cocktail. Good luck to all of you. I'II
never forget you! - CW
Del: Remember fresh and soph year- How much of
a pain I was. Thanks alot for being there. Let's
keep in touch. - Luv, Cid
Eric: Remember the closet freshman year. VII never
forget you my brother! l'Il neverforget you. - Luv,
Michelanious: Remember Swansea, Horseneck,
Do- you think the cop had good vision'?!' Your
parties were great! - Luv, Pam
Betsy: lt's been great fun sharing school times with
my sister. I know you'lI do well in whatever you
choose. - Love, Barb
PB, EH, BT, DG: Waaaaaahlll Yip, yip, yip!! Boo-
boo. Lunds haircuts. Senior creed. - M.R.
Mimi: You're so great! I love ya! Don't forget our
good times! Never forget: "not caringu, Oct. 14!
and CL-Ashnaga, Jojo
C.C.C.: Had to include you in my yearbook. I never
could have made it without you. 9100! See ya in
Boston. - All my love, Goofy
Vanessa and Sean: Thanks for a great 4 years. Iill
never forget E per. inthe resource center. 'Stick-
Iers." - Charlie
E.W.: Neverforget ourtimes at U-Mass: green boats
in Newport! Your friendship is one I will treasure.
- Love, LS
LATE BUT NOT FOHGOTTEN
760 Wlllls St.
Mr. Pacheco and D.E. made a hit.
Passes time at Jens house and on
State St. Will remember NBH park'
ing lot and good friends, Thanks par'
ents for helping her through school.
Feb 18th special date Hopes one
day to be very rich.
ANTONIO M. CORDONIZ
205 Central Ave.
"Tony" Will always remember the
girls at NBHS, Lunch, Mr. Moretti,
and Mr. Robbins were favorites.
Thanks parents for understanding. A
successful job In life will do fine.
Would like to see Brazil. "Go for it!"
CHARLES A. HINES, JR.
207 Durfee St.
"Chuck" Can be found at the Mall
with friends. i'Buddy boy" Loves hap-
py people. Girlfriend Lisa puts magic
in his life. NBH teachers - esp. Mr,
Curry were tops. House construc.,
gym and sr. year all special. Thanks
Mom for being there.
192 Cottage St.
Happiest with friends, M and T. Can
be found at U.F. "Excuse me!" Mr.
Ftaposo, psych. and gym all favor-
ites. Hopes to be famous and suc-
cessful. Thanks Mom and friends
who believed in her. Admires consid-
eration. Future model in Paris a
163 Gayhead Ct.
"Slinky" Enjoys partying and Black
History, Happy when with Nora and
friends, Favorites include Benny Hill
and Mrs. Purcell. Thanks parents
and friends. Likes friendliness.
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The Night the Lights Went Out . .
"Spirit of '84
lights up banquet"
The Class of '84 had to light up its ban-
quet with spirit. A power failure hit White's
Restaurant on May 26, just as everyone
was seated and getting ready to begin our
salads. The blackout delayed our meal,
but not our fun. Candles were lit and the
magic of the night began.
When the lights finally came back on,
we were served our meals of fried chick-
en, Virginia ham, and potatoes. By that
time, everyone was starved.
After eating dinner, everyone was an-
xious to get up and dance. The dancing
was alternated with 'the talent portion of
the program. With all thejoking, laughing,
dancing, and singing, the Junior Banquet
will never be forgotten by those juniors
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NOVEMBER IS SPIRIT
Spirit brings a magic of its own in many forms. It begins with a
flicker and quickly spreads like wildfire. During this time the
Class of '84 and students of NBHS spread their spirit through the
community by raising funds at shows, games and sales. These
funds they converted into food baskets for the needy which they
quietly gave with the true spirit of man - LOVE.
NOVEMBER 2nd .
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NOVEMBER 7-15 .
NOVEMBER 8th . .
NOVEMBER 10th .
NOVEMBER 17th .
NOVEMBER 18th .
Club pictures: yearbook
"Design a Pin" Contest. fArt
Senior spirit day - PAJAMA
. . Votin for the senior mascot
Elections for Senior Awards
Senior spirit day- DRESS UP
DAY "Putting on the Ritz"
. Carnation sale tStudent Con-
ROTC Turkey Shoot
.. Sale of spirit links fCheer-
leaders and Majorettesl
Senior spirit day -TOGA DAY
. . Drama Club production -
"The Good Doctor"
. School spirit day -- PUNK
Talent show-green cafe-
7:O0 p.m. fMinority Aware-
. School spirit day - MIXED-
Volleyball game between
faculty and students - 3:00
. School spirit day - MAS-
Spirit rally - gym -
Costume contest - rally!
morning - fHonor Societyj
Car decorating contest- in
front of the library -- 6:00
p.m. - tBusiness Clubl
Spirit parade to Buttonwood
Park - 6:30
Rally at Buttonwood Park -
Bonfire! Buttonwood Park-
ym lNatural Science
NOVEMBER 24th . . . New Bedford vs. Durfee Foot-
NOVEMBER 26th . . . Spirit Dance - Girls' Gym -
JOIN IN ON THE FUN AND ENJOY!
Pajama Day kicked oH 'Spirit
Dress-up Days" held in November.
Aher a day of parading in P.J.'s and
carrying stuffed animals, the seniors
were ready for Dress-up Day or the
Class of '84's version of "Putting on
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From the glory and richness of the Roman Empire, Toga Day gave
way to 1984 and Punk Flock with its bizarre outfits and strange
t .k.k gy r will
The Minority Awareness Club sponsored a talent
show during Spirit Week that sent shock waves through
the entire building. Playing to an overflowing crowd, the
acts were awesome. Anyone who missed Donny Hunt's
version of Michael Jackson, the "ice Crew" or the
singing and dancing talents of the talented girls and
guys missed a treat not soon to be matched. Hats off to
all involved including the super D.J. and the MC. John
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The Natural Sciences Club sponsored a
faculty-student volleyball game which entertained
and delighted the audience by putting victory on the
side of the students. lt was spills and laughs for
both sides and a great deal of true sportsmanship.
Masquerade Day continues to be a
hit at NBHS. Remembering all the
costumes, it is easy to see the difficulty
of choosing winners for the costume
contest sponsored by the Honor
Society. Everyone shows up at the
morning rally to see the football players,
Majorettes, as maids, twirled to Donna
Summers "She Works Hard for the
Money." After the announcement of the
senior class as winners of the spirit link
sale, the presentation of this year's
mascot was made. The winner was the
Tazmanian Devil. An added touch to
band, cheerleaders and majorettes in
costume. This year the cheerleaders
this year's rally was the presence of
Bobbie Watkins, a former NFL player.
chose torn shirts of gang members for
Michael Jackson's "Beat lt"g while the
All in all spirit was high and getting
ready for the bonfire that night.
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spirited parade, rally and bonfire were
held for the Whaler football team. A car
decorating contest sponsored by the
Business Club took place downtown in
front of the library, followed by a parade
taking the team by fire truck to
Buttonwood Park for a rally and huge
bonfire. ln spite of this, the team lost the
next day for the first time in twelve years
They never gave up however, as they
managed to score in the final minutes,
showing their true fighting spirit. Next
year . . . '?
The month of November came to a close with
the traditional spirit dance. Over three hundred
enjoyed the music and refreshments. The
dance was sponsored by the Inter-club Council
and brought an end to the month's festivities
until next year.
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THE YEAFRBCDOK STGRY!
A great deal of time and effort went into the making of the
Crimson Log '84. The work began in the spring while we were still
juniors. First, applications were sent in and prospective candi-
dates were interviewed by Dean Bizzarro. Choices were made
and editors and staffs were announced by late May. The work
was just around the corner.
The first order of business for those interested was a confer-
ence held in June by the Hunter Publishing Co., the company
that prints our book. The multi-media show gave a variety of
ideas for use in the yearbook.
Finally, summer vacation. Best, no work, right? Wrong! The
staff met on summer nights for training sessions with Mr. Dick
Swiech, our representative from Hunter. He worked with the staff
and gave us pointers for producing a quality product. Aside from
these general meetings, the other editors and I met alone to
decide things such as theme, print, paper choice, cover choice,
color choice, etc. ln addition to these meetings, each staff mem-
ber sought out the required 320.00 ad from a retailor. Some of us
struggled to get one 820.00 ad while others. got over 3100.00
easily. l guess some people are natural sales people! By the end
of the summer, our theme was writteng many ads were ing many
decisions were made, and we were ready for September to
arrive, or so we thought!
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The interview is one of the first steps.
T Work on the yearbook begins this way - but it does not last long!
Here are the editors! Bow 1 il.-Ri: Marsha Torres tAdvertising.lFacultyi, Suzette da
Costa fTypingJ, Barbara Collins CEditor-in-chiefj, Barbara Pina tClub Activitiesl,
Tracy Cooper lPhotography!. Bow 2 fl.-Bl: Esmerelda Morgado fClub Activitiesj.
Carolyn Connulty iSportsl. Wendy Capra CGraduateJ.
YEARBOOK STAFF '84: Bow 1 fl.-BJ: Anita Wilcox, Suzette da Costa, Barbara Costa, Marsha Torres, Wendy Capra, Barbara Collins, Esmerelda Morgado,
Tracy Cooper, Carolyn Connulty. Row 2 QL-BJ: Kirsten Johnson, Carol Astley, Ana Chereta, Robin Alves, Sandy Medeiros, Sue Finnerty, Ana Leai, Eric Horn,
Michael Richard, Nicole Picard, Steve Turgeon. Ftow 3 QL-Ri: Wendy Amaral, Annamarle Poyant, Chris Bolduc, Steve Klakowicz, Bob Tweedie.
GRADUATE STAFF: Wendy Capra fcenterj with her staff Ana Chereta, Annemarie Poyant, PHOTOGRAPHY: Tracy Cooper pictured here getting pointers from
Nicole Picard, Sue Finnerty, and Christina Bolduc. Dodge-Murphy photographer.
ADVERTISINGXFACULTY STAFF: Sandy Medeiros, Marsha Torres, Steve Turgeon SIIWUBIACTIVITIES STAFF: Esmerelda Morgado, Barbara Pina, Anita
SPORTS STAFF: Carolyn Connulty fcenterj surrounded by her staff Robert TYPING STAFF:Carol Astley, Lena Almeida,Wendy Amaral, Robin Alves, Suzet-
Tweedie, Michael Richard, Eric Horn, Ana Leal, Steve Klakowicz. te da Costa.
Who Said This Was
a Piece of Cake!
The '83-'84 school year
began and the pressure was
on. A section of the book,
usually 45 pages, was due
with each of the 5 deadlines.
The staff had to work hard to
try to meet each of these
deadlines. Before anything
could go to the printer, it had
to be proofread. Mistakes
cost money. We heard that
from Ms. Bizzarro all the
time! The first deadline
which included all the color
was due in October. Ut came
Meanwhile the advertis-
ing staff was busy getting
ads, sponsors, and sr. mes-
sages. All this helped to
keep the cost of the book
down since the actual cost is
closer to S25.00.
Another conference was
attended to check out our
competition. NBHS received
a certificate for its '83 year-
book in the fhighest achieve-
ment" category, given only to
the top one-third yearbooks in
We wanted to be sure the
'84 yearbook did as well.
With new spirit we once
again attached the over 500
questionnaires, mounds of
pictures and tons of copy.
Thank heaven for typists.
Everything, including ads,
must be typed!
By the last week of Febru-
ary the final touches were
put on the last 24 pages to
be sent to the printer. What a
One final task is to get
together after graduation
and put the supplement
together! The staff and I
hope you're pleased with
Annemarie is looking through the telephone book for advertising prospects.
Thanks to Kirsten Johnson we have some great art work in our yearbook.
Dick Swiech is giving information on doing lay-outs during our summertraining session
Esmerelda is trying to fit the information from the questionnaire on the grid.
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Eric is getting ideas from newspaper articles for his sports copy.
Wendy is typing her heart out. Allthe writing or"copy!' in the yearbook had Here's Chris with the finished product. Hope you enjoyed looking through this yearbook.
to be typed before being sent to print.
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The yearbook is finished and now it's time to relax and enjoy our senior year! I said relax, not collapse!!!
BAND IS . .
DRUM LINE Row 1: Steven Lauzon, Jim Bizarro, Steve Darmotal,
Maureen Medeiros, Kevin Roderiques, Sean Nelson, Marc Moniz
Row 2: Scott Marchesault, Rochelle LeBlanc, Jennifer Barton,
Tracey Coleman, Chris Lopes, Karen Fennesey, Mike Moniz
DRUM MAJORS Mike Belanger, Frank Farrell
BRASS SECTION Row 1: Andy Sylvia, Andy Garrett, Rose Garcia, Jose Andrade, Keith Jeronyisa,
Barbara Souza, Barbara Costa, Louise Vieira, Penny Pimental, Tammy Catin, Kendra Medeiros, Mark
LeBlanc, Mike Vargo Row 2: Semiao Felix, Lisa Reney, Peter Dibenedetto, Jim Bettencourt, Mike Souza,
Chris Cotter, Casey Ferreira, Chris Heleen, Mike Eugenio, Mike Moreau, John Borisoff, Fernando
DaSilva, Tony Cabeca, Bob Couto, Ann Rezendes, Laurie Machado, Len Santos
WOODWINDS: Row 1: Wendy Ponte, Nicole Levasseur, Suzanne Vandal, Shelly Buba, Amy Correiro,
Lori Gonzalez, Sharon Saltzman, Yael Alkalay, Lisa Gonzaga, Julie Casey, Michelle LeBlanc Row 2: Lisa
Gordon, Janice Denault, Tammy Osterdahl, Karyn Souza, Elizabeth Lavidinho, Tammy Scully, Fatima
DeFraga, Linda Eugenio, Bridget Jeronymo, Jodi Oliveiro, Cari Silvia, Shawneen Peckam, Kim Roderi-
ques Row 3: Lynne Iacaponi, Samantha Merolla, Sheryle Vandal, Dennis Pinard, Todd Baptista, Kris
Valencia, Kelly McKay, Kathy Saltzman, Chris O'Malley, Paula Dibenedetto, Jodi Silvia
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BAND IS BEING THE BEST!
It all started with band camp in August. Intense rehearsals
on hot summer nights and weekends. Finally a finished
product was achieved. Before long it was the first perfor-
mance -the Brockton game. The show wasn't perfect, but
still eyes shined and chins were up.
What's next? More practice, of course! Two short weeks
to clean up the show before the fst competition in Woon-
socket on Oct. 2. How time flies! To stan off a great year - a
great performance. Results? N.B.H.S., first, with a sweep of
trophies. Off to a great start again!
As the season progressed, nearly all the performances
were tremendous! Slowly, but surely, the N.E.S.B.A. finals
were creeping up. Eventually, it was the BIG DAY: Sunday,
Nov. 13. Place: The Manning Bowl in Lynn, MA. The band
members and all auxiliary units weren't just ready, WE
WERE BORN READY!! This was it for the seniors! Radios
blared, buses were decorated, and the hope of victory was
apparent in everyone's eyes. Tension was obvious as the
buses pulled up at the stadium. Mr. V. called the unit into a
big huddle: everyone joined hands: and the entire band did
colors -the band's way of meditating, relaxing, and getting
their heads on straight before each competition.
Known by the judges as "The Big Red Marching Blob"
because of their lackadaisical appearance off the field, the
Whaler Band soon brought the crowd to their feet by merely
entering the stadium! The announcer asked the band if they
were ready. The band's reply echoed throughout the sta-
dium! Next, the drum major's salute, and at last, the opener
began! Horns blared, chins were up and the auxiliary unit
added their special touch of "Aztec Fire."
Energy was generated throughout the stadium while the
band performed 'tT.O.," "Dance with Me
George" and "Didi." The professional perfor-
mance once again brought the crowd to their
feet! An unbelievably energetic, perfect per-
formance! The BEST ever! N.B.H.S. Whaler
Marching Band Association Class B champs
for 1983. fThe 2nd straight year!! Along with
the trophies and flag championship, the
band set 3 records: Highest score ever re-
corded in N.E.S.B.A. 490.635 First Class B
band to get highest overall score: First band
to win N.E.S.B.A. for 2 straight years!
Along with the prizes, the unit received an
extra bonus: 2 boxes of garbage bags. The
winners of Class B were required to clean the
stadium: but it was worth every minute of it!
An almost undefeated season ended bet-
ter than anyone could have wished.
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Beating Dartmouth Makes It
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Being a member of the colorguard means working
many hours along with the band. The learning of the
field show begins at the end of August. From then on
it's practice every weekend until the middle of
November when the marching season ends. lt's a lot of
work, but it's a lot of fun too.
Colorguard means meeting people, learning how to
work well with people, and taking on responsibility as an
individual and as a team. Last year in the finals, along
with the championship band banner, the colorguard
brought home the "Best Colorguard" trophy for Class B.
The highest point of the day, however, came with the
announcement that NBHS placed first overall in all
classes, thereby beating our biggest rival, Dartmouth
Hopefully the success will continue when the band
and colorguard travel to Toronto this May.
Bowt Cl-rj: Laurie Long, Lisa Metcalf Bow 2 fl-rj: Sue Amaral, Lisa Lavado, Lisa
Humason. Row 3 fl-rji Kim Almeida, Maria Alves, Rosemary Tsaliagos, Pat
Morris, Susanne DaCruz. Bow 4 fl-rj: Joanne Hebert, Bosa Quintal, Nicole
Souza, Margaret LeBlanc, Elizabeth Gilmette. Bow 5 fl-rj: Michelle Raymond,
Lori Lopez, Chris Perry, Doreen DeSouza, Patti Blouin
Ftowf tl-rj: Kim Estrella, Lori Spooner Flow 2 tl-rj: Kathy Kostka, Kim Jacobson,
Sue Pacheco, Lisa Correia Ftow 3 tl-rl: Lisa Francis, Annette Bristow, Sherri
Anuszczyk, Terry DeBrosse, Kim Souza
Practice Makes This Squad
Winners . . .
Being a majorette means a great deal to each girl who finally
makes it. At try-outs, each candidate must make up a routine,
know the different twirls, and perform by herself in front of the
advisor and staff and all the other girls who are as nervous as she
Becoming a majorette means hard work and plenty of practice!
Every day after school for two hours and twice a week from six to
ten p.m. is the normal practice routine. When there aren't any
competitions or football games, practice is held all day Saturday.
Competitions are nerve-racking, but exciting. As part of the
color guard of the band, the majorettes compete throughout New
England, and, during the past year, in Florida and Canada. On
their own, majorettes competed in the Quincy Christmas Com-
petition where they brought home their own trophies.
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The Drama Club introduces students to the
excitement and challenge of live theatre. Two
shows a year in the fall and spring bring almost
professional caliber productions to New
Bedford. Work both on stage and background
bring big scale shows such as Dracula, A
Christmas Carol, The Good Doctor, South
Pacific, Jesus Christ, Superstar, The King
and I, and The Wiz. Massive sets and
gorgeous costumes, special lighting and spirited
choreography have all been great artistic and
creative successes. Theatre trips to New York
and Boston give Drama Club members the
chance to see professional performances. Many
members continue to pursue the study of
drama after graduation.
Flow 1 QL-Bl: Karen Sanchez, Holly Broadbent, Mr. Marchand, Madelana Andrade, Mr. Charbon-
neau, Becky Dupras, Kenny Torres, Joe Leandre. Bow 2: Elaine Cunningham, Sue Roncka, Genie
Gomes, Debby Conboy. Flow 3: Jane Kirby, Gina Coffey, Michelle Stuart, Wendy Capra, Darlene
Dwyer, Tracey Cooper, Kim Fabio, Maria Figuerido, Penny Pirnentel.
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THE GOOD DOCTOR
THE GOOD DOCTOR was a special challenge for the Drama Club - a fall
production that was not really a musical, but had music, dancing, and singing. A
comedy by Neil Simon, it was based on short stories by the great Russian writer,
Anton Chekhov. Mike Ventura played "The Writer" and introduced, commented on,
and even took roles in the ten separate playlets. The charm and humor of old Russia
was seen in "The Sneeze" with Steve Myers as a government clerk who sneezes all
over his superior fPaul Foucartj and ends up fading away, t'The Governessu had Sue
Rocka as a seemingly cruel mistress of a timid Michelle Stuart, "The Dentist" had
Ken Torres as the first patient fvictim'?J of a determined Mark Leblanc, l'Too Late for
Happiness' had the only song in the show as an old couple fPaul Foucart and Maria
Figueridoj try to find companionship and understandingg "The Seduction" had a
womanizing Mike McGrath slyly seducing Wendy Capra away from Eric Hubert, "The
Drowned Man" had Jeff Barrows making his own apparent suicide an entertainment
for the writer,
The Audition had a meek would-be
actress fPenny Pimentelj attempt to get
an acting job fshe doesig 'tThe Weak
Defenseless Creature" had Holly
Broadbent drive a frustrated bank
official fTony Medeirosj and his
assistant tScott Wazlowskii to equal
insanityg and t'The Arrangement" had a
teenager fJohn Cosmosi come to grips
with growing up with the aid of his
This demanding production had sets
that spun around and changed quicklyg
specially painted curtains and lighting
effects, and special choreography by
six Russian dancers fDawn Andrews,
Vicki Maisoiave, Penny Pimentel, Kevin
Burns, Jeff Barrows, and Eric Hubertj.
This certainly was another Drama Club
show NBHS could be proud of! ,
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NBHS STUDENT LEADERS
In a school as large as NBHS, it is neces-
sary to have good student leaders to act as
links between groups and administration and
The role of the Student Advisory Council
under the direction of Mr. J. Robinson does
an excellent job of acting as a liaison be-
tween the general student body and the ad-
ministration. They help make decisions
affecting the student body and work hard on
school projects such as the Academic Ex-
With over 30 clubs in the school, good
leadership is needed to direct activities of
each club or organization. This leadership
SAC: Flon Jacobs, Sue Bergeon, Sue Roncka, Nicole Picard, Michelle
LeBlanc, Sue Caron,
INTER-CLUB: Seated QL-RJ: Judy Silva, Margarida
Duarte, Nicole Picard, Esmerelda Morgado,
Barbara Collins, Carolyn Connulty. tStanding, L-RJ:
Tracy Barros, Paula Jacome, ldalina Couto, Sean
McFadden, Lena Almeida, Marc Coulombe, Kevin
Young, Maria Figueiredo.
JR. OFFICERS: QL-Rl Joe Andrade, tst. v.p.: Stacey Smith, pres.: Chrisann Kellish, sec.: Sue
Caron, 2nd. v.p.
comes from the club presidents whose
duties change, depending on the individual
club and advisor.
New to the high school this year is the
Inter-club Council, made up of the vice-
presidents of each organization. This group
attempts to bring all clubs together through-
out the year to sponsor activities that are of
interest to everyone, such as Spirit Week,
school dances, flea markets, etc.
Perhaps the hardest-worked groups are
the steering committees - esp. the senior
steering committee. The committee is made
up of one representative from each home-
room and is responsible for handling all finan-
cial obligations of that room as well as pass-
ing on all pertinent information between
homerooms and the Dean's Office. In addi-
tion to dues, senior members are responsi-
ble for tallies on yearbooks, caps and gowns,
banquets, proms, etc.
Last but not least, are the class officers.
The social life of a particular class some-
times rests on the interest generated by the
officers. The officers also lead meetings of
the steering committees.
All in all the role of student leadership is
paramount to a well-run school.
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PRESIDENTS: Seated QL-FU: Barbara Collins, Maria Figueiredo, Ana Leal, Sue Caron, Monica
Leandre. tStanding, L-Ftj: Flon Jacobs, Sue Ftoncka, Marc Coulombe, Charles Murphy, Betsy
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SOPH. OFFICERS: fL-RJ Dave Oliveira, sec.g Chris Karalekas, tst. v.p.:
William Wallace, pres.: Robert Mota, 2nd. v.p.
SENIOR STEERING COMMITTEE: Seated
lL-Ri: Chris Delano, Leonora da Silveira,
Helen Soares, Kelly Coughlin, Linda
Levesque, Bob Sosa, Brenda Cardoso, Lisa
Lacasse. fStanding, L-RJ: Mr. M. Taylor
Iadv.i, Wendy Amaral, Michelle Stuart, Maria
Figueiredo, Esmerelda Morgado, Ken
Torres, Marc. Coulombe, Jeff Granger, Heidi
Winderlick, Louise Ouintal, Raegan Watkins,
Matt Camacho, Lori Wienzek, Michelle Bois.
JUNIOR STEERING COMMITTEE: Seated CL-RJ: Kim
Lariveire, Margie Zable, Sandy Medeiros, Ana Chereta,
Allison Deprato, Lisa Amaral. tStanding, L-Ri: Mr. Oliver
Iadv.J, Sue Caron, Lori Rubin, Tricia Swain, Ruth Sousa,
Steve Klakowicz, Jerel Augustine, Kevin Young, Renee
Berthiume, Darren Souza, Tom Duval, Lynn Perron, Mrs.
SOPHOMORE STEERING COMMITTEE: Seated CL-RJ: Sue Vandal, Yael Alkalay, Maria
Souza, Carol Camaioni, Chris Baxter, Lisa Delano, Chris Karalekas, Mike Barros, Mrs.
Ayotte Iadv.i. Standing QL-RJ: Heidi F-Rogers, Steve Lauzon, Billy Wallace, Butch Rudolph,
Scott Pemberton, Aida Gonsalves, Jackie Almeida, Mr. Edmundson tadv.J.
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FRESHMEN STEERING COMMITTEE Seated IL-Ri: Maria Chereta,
Kelly DeMelIo, Valerie Amorin, Kelly Taylor. Kneeling IL-Ri: Lisa
Cruz, Michelle Goyette, Rosemary Tsaliagos, Stephanie Lawrence.
Jackie Dias, Cynthia Carrier. Standing lL- is Mr. A. Alves ladv.J. Lori
Fonseca, Robert Long, Eddie Carreiro, Dave Lebeau, Dana Przyby-
szewski, Brian Machado, Mr. Dean tadv.i.
THE ART CDF CGIVIIVIUNICATICN
Many of our high school students have
been involved in activities associated with
communications. Through membership in
WIMC-TV, Crimson Courier or Alpha, stu-
dents have been able to display their work
in the weekly television show, School
Scang in the school's newspaper, The
Crimson Courierg or in the school's an-
nual literary magazine, Alpha. All stu-
dents involved have shared their talents
and creativity by sharing information and
entertaining others through their work in
the area of communications. They have
attended conferences and workshops to
improve their product, and the end results
have shown these improvements.
ALPHA MAGAZINE: QL-RJ Marc Ribeiro, Majorie Zable, Jane Kirby, Maria Ger-
Engnd, Kirsten Johnson, Betsy Collins, Nikki Rapoza, David Girard, Mr. Peccini
"The writer .. . is a
person who talks to
himself, or better,
who talks in himselff'
"News is the first rough draft of history,"
Benjamin Bradlee, editor of the
CRIMSON COURIER: Row 1 ll.-Rl: Mr. Millette, Lynne
Melancon, George Neto, Jack N'Guia, Debby Conboy,
Michelle Bois, Sue Lambert. Row 2lL-Ri: Esmerelda
Morgado, Kathy Nobrega, Jane Kirby, Helen Maia, Maria
Catua, Tracy Barrows, Tracy Audette, Coromoto Furtado, Lori
Peirce. Row 3 lL-Rl: Ken Torres, Mr. De Chambeau, Jeff
Poyant, Ray Varieur, Sharon Szlegier, Dave Girard, Kirsten
Johnson tedl, Betsy Collins ted.j, Joe Leandre, Antonina-
Espada, Sandra Trafalis, Mike Mimoso, Margie Zable,
Kathleen Brennan, Vivian Harrington, Lisa Roderick, Mr.
"The instrument can teach, it can illuminate. Yes, and
it can even inspire. But it can do so only to the extent
that humans are determined to use it to those ends.
Otherwise, it is merely lights and wires in a box."
Edward Fl. Murrow
WIMC-TV: Row 1 ll-RJ: Tony Medeiros, Kevin
Richards, Jorge Ramos, Linda Cabeca, Rob Faria, Jett
Poyant. Row 2 QL-RJ: Steve Moniz, Liz Vieira, Tracey
Cooper, Mike Saba, Karen Sanchez, Barbara Collins,
Matt Ramos, Betsy Collins, John Cosmos. Row 3
QL-Rl: Chris Seed, Mr. Robitaille ladv.l, Joe Gomes,
Ken Carrier, Joe Leandre.
SEEKING FUTURE CAREERS
NATURAL SCIENCE CLUB: Row 1 QL-RJ: Sean McFadden, Richard Popovick, Scott Derossi,
Mark -Martin. Row 2 QL-RJ: Mr. Strittmatter ladv.j, Karen Almeida, Vanessa Hemsley, James
Pelletier, Charles Murphy, Chris McCoy, Shelby Somerville.
BUSINESS CLUB: Row 1 KL-RJ: Eusebia Arruda, Joann Gomes, Cindy Pires tSec.J, Tracy Barrows
KVPJ, Christie Rebeiro, Stacey Perry, Wendy Medeiros. Row 2 QL-RJ: Louanne Lake, Laurie Bernier,
Linda Barba tPres.J, Debbie Barba tTreas.J, Dian Francis, Esmerelda Morgado, Maryjane Moraes,
Ms. D. Caton Cadv.J.
There have been many students active in the
career-oriented clubs at N.B.H.S. Through mem-
bership inthe Business Club, the Natural Science
Club or the Future Teachers' Club, students were
able to research their interest in future careers
involving business, medicine, science or educa-
The Business Club members learned about the
business world by organizing activities such as car
washes, cake sales and general sales campaigns.
ln addition to this, they attended business confer-
ences for meetings and seminars on business
topics. The Natural Sciences concentrated on the
knowledge of the world around them. Their objec-
tive was to promote interest among people in the
natural sciences. For the Future Teachers, "learn
by doing" proved successful. To acquaint them-
selves with teaching, the members were actively
involved with tutoring. They also visited campuses
of various schools for orientation.
In general, these students took advantage of
their interests to learn more about future careers.
FUTURE TEACHERS' CLUB: Row 1 QL-RJ: Christine McCoy,
Karen Sanchez, Maria Lopes. Row 2 CL-RJ: Mrs. Dlouhy tadv.J,
Suzette DaCosta, Lena Almeida, Barbara Collins, Esmeralda
Three of the top service clubs at NBHS
lend a hand to both the school and com-
munity with their service projects.
The Student Congress works primarily
with the administration to establish school
rules and regulations and election proce-
dures. They also assist with the annual
The Usher Corps lends its services at
school plays, concerts, open house reg-
istrations, and competitions. They usher
for the city and state pageants, gradua-
tions and the mayor's inauguration.
The Key Club sends its members to
STUDENT CONGRESS: Row 1 QL-Rt:
Mr. M. Taylor tadv.J, Patty McCoy,
Stephanie Lawrence, Kelly Taylor,
Wendy Amaral, Roberta Verille, Kim
Grace, Lori Rubin, Nancy Panker,
Heidi Winderlick, Linda Levesque,
Paula Ferreira, Lisa Amaral, Helen
Soares. Row 2: Dan Weaver, Tammi
Cunha, Robin Taylor, Yael Alkalay,
John Ruel, Chris Baxter, Del
Bettencourt, Robin Alves, Lucy
Pereira, Mary Poirier, Betsy Collins,
Kelly Coughlin, Ken Torres, Michelle
Bois, Mr. L. Edmundson tadv.l Row 3:
Heidi Rogers, Richard Pacheco,
Robin Jacques, Jennifer Constantine,
Alda Goncalves, Amybeth Pragana,
Linda Eugenio, Michelle Goyette,
Robert Long, Valerie Amorin, Sue
Rassmussen, Lori Gebo, Alyson
DePrato, Maria Souza, Marc
Coulombe, Sue Caron, Deraman
Barros, Esmerelda Morgado, Jerel
Augustine, Carol Caimioni, Robert
Sosa, Jay Herman, Darren Souza,
Helen Costa, Steve Klakowicz, Lisa
Lacasse, Tracey Stuart, Tom Duval,
Lori Weinzek, Wendy Capra, Karen
nursing homes to visit with patients, and it
organizes a city-wide collection for food
baskets for those in need at Thanksgiving
and at Christmas.
NBHS is proud of these people who
give so freely of their time.
KEY CLUB: CL-RJ Monica Leandre, Archie Belan-
ger, Petra Leandre
USHER CORPS: Kneeling QL-RJ: Kathy Souza, Kelly Oliver, Maria Lopes, Maria Monteiro,
Grace Carreiro. fStanding, L-RJ: Richard Lanlois, Doreen Coucelos, Esmerelda Morga-
do, Doreen Sylvia, Antonina Espada, Betsy ollins, Paula Jacome, Sue Duarte, Rhona
Cleremont, Karen Sanchez.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB 1st L-R: Ana Alexandre, Margaret LeBlanc, Kelly Oliver, tvpl Maria Figuei-
redo, fpres.J Ana Leal, fseci Gina Roderigues, Maria Baptista, Maria Monteiro, Mr. P. Guy 2nd L-R: Karoline
Pacheco, Ana DeBarros, Margie Zable, Nancy Machado, Patty Blouin, Sandy Trafalis, Jennifer Grime, Pam
Lewis, Anita Wilcox, Sue Mazaheri, Kim Macomber 3rd L-R: Chris Bolduc, Kevin Young, Davie Arruda, Jose
Andrade, Rui Serpa, Andy Wolfe, Steve Cabral, Debbie Sylvia, Jennifer Constantine
AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 1st L-R: Valerie Costa,
Connie Pereira, Liz Perry, Casey Ferreira, Danielle Se-
quin, Mamoud Abdel-Gawad, fpresj Maria Figueiredo,
Lori Lopez, Kim Maoomber, Jennifer Constantine 2nd
L-R: Mario Gomes, Maria Ribeiro, Gina Roderigues,
Kevin Younlg, Melissa Souza, Ed Haskins, Deraman Bar-
ros, Mike avares, Marc Coulombe, Brenda Lamond,
Bridget Lyons, Penny Aimen, Robert Duarte, Michell Oli-
ver, Sharon O'Reilly, Ellen Correia, Ms. M. Persson 3rd
L-R: Mr. R. Medeiros, Nancy Medeiros, Kelly Gomes,
Angela Almeida, Michelle Sequin, Chris O'Malley, Alyson
De rato, Maria Maoedo, Sharon Marshall, Sue Mazaheri,
Karen Booker, Patty Blouin, Jennifer Grime
THE WORLD AROUND
US . . .
Education comes from more than arriving at a
building each morning and trudging home with
armloads of books each afternoon. A true educa-
tion is the meeting and mingling of minds and
cultures. lt is to this end that our three cultural
clubs strive. Members are encouraged to learn
about the worlds beyond their own through so-
cial, cultural and community-oriented activities.
INTERNATIONAL CLUB lst L-R: Valerie Costa, Connie
Perreira, Isabel Plmental, fpres.J Diana Seco, Ana Roda,
Daniela Azevedo, Chris Chiquito 2nd L-R: tvpl Maggie
Duarte, Tony Marques, Dunfal Vieira, Joe Bolarinho, Hermi-
nio Marcolo, tsec.J Angela Tavares, Mary Moniz, ftres.l Nel-
lie Costodio, Isabel Garcia, Mr. A. Oliveira 3rd L-R: Mario
Gomes, Pedro Pereira, Francisco Oliveira, Tony Rafael,
Tony Novo, Maria Rocha
TALENT CDN DISPLAY
The Minority Awareness Club and the Art
Club have proven themselves to be filled
with fresh and innovative talent this year.
The Minority Awareness Club demon-
strated a diversified range of talents during
its first annual talent show which was an
The talent of the Art Club was reflected in
the designs and decorations shown in the
display cases in various locations through-
out NBHS. ln addition to these cases the
members also lent their talents to posters
used for publicity of dances and other
Future artists in the creative and enter-
taining fields will certainly come from these
MINORITY AWARENESS CLUB: Front lL-RJ: Rochelle Victor, Cheryl Stroud, Donny Hunt, Kelly Kydd, Lisa
Allen, Nicole Johnson, Kelly Monteiro. Back QL-RJ: John Duarte, Mrs. Conward, Gary Robinson, Donna
DaRosa, Jose Gomes, Debra King, Terry Wynn, Idalina Couto, Marc Ribeiro, Holly Covey, Kevin Burns,
Raven Gonsalves, Jesse Mendes, Lee Neves, Bobby Duarte, Mrs. Purcell.
ART CLUB: CL-RJ: Christine Leonard, Shelby Somerville, Mr. R.
Millette fadv.J, Kim Oliveira, Gina Rodrigues, Kevin Young, Holly
Broadbent, Kirsten Johnson, Marc Ribeiro, Debra Amaral.
GREAT OUTDOORS CLUB: tMembershipl: tPres,l Marc Coulombe, NPJ
Sharon Marshall, iSec.l Cathy Pepin, iTreas.l Steve Turgeon, Mellissa Adkins,
Penny Aiman, Angela Almeida, Derek Amaral, Karen Anusczyk, Scott Araujo,
Maria Arruda, Sandra Bala, Gina Barboza, Pam Barboza, Deb Barton, Aaron
Bedard, Lisa Benedetti, Scott Bettencourt, Mike Blanchard, Michelle Bois, Holly
Broadbent, Danielle Brousseau, Glenn Carter, Brenda Cardoso, Tony Carneiro,
Amy Carreiro, Deb Conboy, Jennifer Cormier, Steve Correira, Linda Costa, Jean
Couto, Holly Covey, Kris Curry, Tim Curry, Dina DaCosta, Craig Dahlberg,
Lynda Dauphin, Mark Davidian, Charlene Diggs, Roger Duarte, Celeste Duf-
resne, John Dufresne, Tom Duval, Pat Ellis, Kim Fabio, Robinson Faria, Bob
Farias, Sue Finnerty, Cheryl Fleury, Chris Ferreira, Debi Fredette, Dawn
Gomes, Jean-Louis Gomes, Syivi Gomes, Kim Grace, Michelle Harriman, Shelly
Harrison, Tracy Hathaway, Jay Herman, Marilyn Howcroft, Lisa Humason, Lisa
Jacome, Chris Johnson, Toni Jones, Lana Karajohn, John Joia, Gail Lacasse,
Jenny Lacasse, Lisa Lacasse, Lori Lague, Brenda Lamond, Michelle Langlois,
Peter Larkin, Stephanie Lawrence, David Lebeau, Michelle LeBlanc, Robin
McHale, Dina McKay, Maureen Medeiros, Kim Oliveira, Julie Peterson, Barbara
Pina, Michelle Raymond, Michelle Roda, Sharon Saltzman, Myra Sayar, Jackie
Seney, Tim Sheehan, Shelby Somerville, Darin Souza, Maureen Sullivan, Bobbi
Jean Sylvia, Debra Sylvia, Jean Sylvia, Susan Tente, Rose Mary Tsaliagos, Tom
Washburn, Dan Weaver, Lori Wienzek.
HISTORY CLUB: Seated CL-Rl: Carla Ferreira, pres., Lucy Carreiro, vp
tStanding, L-Rl: Stacy Holmes, sec.g Mr. J. Borowicz, adv.g Robin Jacques,
Both the History Club and the Great
Outdoors Club strive to discover more
about themselves by learning more about
the world around them, past and present.
The History Club takes field trips to his-
toric sites for educational purposes, while
the Great Outdoors Club travels to va-
rious spots to experience the world out-
side the classroom. These trips include
mountain climbing in New Hampshire,
canoeing in Maine, and bicycling on
Martha's Vineyard. As noted, both of
these clubs are both educational and fun
for the members.
THE SOUNDS GF IVIUSIC!
During the course of the year the Music De-
partment of New Bedford High, which consists of
the groups shown as well as the band, actively
participates in school functions, community func-
tions, caroling, dance and Christmas concerts.
Balance, diction, intonation and tone are all
essential in each performance. Select groups,
such as Show Choir, perform popular music in
three or four part harmony with dance which is
choreographed by each group. The styles of
singing vary from group to group, giving each a
unique and distinguished sound.
The two distinct groups of the department are
the Select SSA Chorus and the TBB Chorus.
Select SSA is an auditioned group for female
singers. They prepare serious music with a per-
fect three part harmony blend. The TBB is a male
chorus which sings many styles of music in two
or three part harmony.
Throughout the year the goal of each group is
to strive toward perfection and unity in singing
SHOW CHOIR Row 1: Ryan Tavares, Alifia Khazan, Dana Andrade Row 2: Nioole
Rapoza, Eric Hubert, Dawn Andrews, Kevin Burns, Maureen Sanchez Row 3:
Richard Langlois, Michelle Saindon, .Janice Bedard, Marc Ribeiro, Amy Kummer,
Sue Pires, Robert Andrade, Victoria Maisonave.
This special combination of voices is made up of members of SSA and TBB.
CONCERT CHORALE Row 1: Amy Kummer, Jeff Barrows, Eric Hubert, George
Despres Row 2: Kim Fabio, Janice Bedard, Penny Pimental, Marc Ribeiro,
Sheryle Vandal, Mike McGrath, Chris Lopes Row 3: Robert Andrade, Michelle
Saindon, Ken Tavares, Kevin Burns, Ron Mery, Raymond Normandin
ORCHESTRA Row 1: Chris Reed, Kendra Medeiros, James Bettenoourt, Peter Ashworth
Row 2: Karen Almeida, Roslyn Crompton, Richard Popovic, Michelle Goyette, Steve
Darmofal, Mike Eugenio Row 3: Lisa Hernandez, Ann Crabbe, Elizabeth Alves, Ann
Brennan, Athena Xiarhos, Julie Casey, Keith Geronymo.
SELECTED SSA Row 1: Dawn Andrews, Penny Pimental, Maureen Sanchez,
Victoria Maisonave, Nicole Rapoza, Heidi Cabral, Mary Hunt, Kelly Pimental,
Tammi Cunha. Row 2: Alifia Khazan, Carol Camaioni, Joleen Froias, Lisa
Hernandez, Karen Clark. Row 3: Pamela Lewis, Michelle Saindon, Sue Pires,
Lori Lopez, Amy Kummer, Yael Alkalay, Sheryle Vandal, Janice Bedard, Chris
Heroux, April Morrison
TBB L-R: Ken Torres, Mike McGrath, Andy Sylvia, Mario Duarte,
Steven Darmofal, Dana Andrade, Ryan Tavares, Jorge Neto, Ken
Tavares, Kevin Burns, Richard Langlois
SSA Row 1: Mary Ann Rivera, Doreen Fernandez, Joleen
Froias, Judy Silva, Michelle Oliver, Alyssa Lynch, Stacy
Holmes. Row 2: Bernice Dias, Roxanne Silva, Kelly Cough-
lin, Debbie Dyer, Lori Carreiro, Samantha Ronan, Kim Syn-
nott. Row 3: Ms. Kirby, Heidi Cabral, Marcia Hahn, Celia
Cajuda, Lynn Paiva, Dionne Arruda, Sue Way, Jackie Seney,
Sue Duarte. Row 4: Gracie Castro, Erin Silva, Donna Desor-
cy, Kelly Pimental, Tammy Eaton, Michelle Oliver, Valerie
Amorin, Jen Conlon, Ellen O'ReiIly. Row 5: Lisa Cardosa,
Michelle Almeida, Bernadette Brocklehurst, Maria Jardin,
Karen Clark, Shawn DaRocha, Kelly Grovell, Sue Augustine,
SCJUNDS OF THE SEASON
Once again the NBHS choral groups
gave a diversified Christmas Concert. The
concert opened with the traditional Sleigh
Ride carol performed by the band. This
was followed by the SSA and TBB who
sang a medley of carols which included
Carol of Bells and Christmas Garland
accompanied by electric bass and drums.
Messiah, Unto Us a Child ls Born and I
Heard the Bells were sung with excellence
by the Selected SSA. The four part au-
ditioned, Concert Chorale, performed
What Child Is This? and Messiah - Hal-
lelujah Chorus. Choreographed by the
Show Choir was an upbeat number called
Christ Child ls Born, which was also
accompanied by bass guitar, drums and
piano. The guitar performed soft and mel-
low classical guitar pieces, and the finale
was performed by all the members singing
Festival of Carol. lt was an inspiring con-
"A little salesmanship goes a long
Distributive Education is more than a
class or club. lt is a breaking ground to a
future career. The students in DE, in addi-
tion to classes, run the school bookstore
where their salesmanship shines. They
further their skills for the job market by
spending part ot the school day in actual
Shown here are sample shots of the
bookstore where customers are tempted
to buy school pins, stickers, shirts, jack-
ets, etc. Supplementing this stock are the
usual pens, pencils and humorous cards.
All in all the program proves to be a
valuable tool for the student eager to hit
the "truitfully employed."
Standing QL-RJ Ed Lima, Len Jacintho, Todd
Manchester, Theresa Cormier, Donald Cosme, Jerry
Ramos, Mike Blouin, David Lira, John Gomes lll,
Tony DaCosta, Rick Medeiros, Christine Mulroy,
Leslie Eluziario, Cheryl Choquette, Darlene Freitas,
Darren Desnoyers, Mr. Pacheco Kneeling: Steve
Wood, Angela Polar, Elvin Ramos, Sally Vega, Carol
Mello, Christine DeMello, Tammy Williams, Kathy
Rego, Joseph Perry
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During the 1983-84 school
year, the JROTC showed a great
deal of motivation and interest in
responding to the challenges fac-
ing them in their pre-military
They achieved many honors in-
cluding: winning first place as the
Best Marching Unit in the Tri-
Town Parade, held in New Bed-
ford on Veterans' Day, winning
first place as the Best in Parade at
Marion, and winning the Regional
The JROTC staff, consisting of
Colonel Napoli, MSG. Collins, and
Sgt. Morrison, was impressed
with the enormous response and
the great motivation shared by the
students. ln 1983-84, 30 cadets,
from all classes signed up for a
new Adventure Training Platoon.
Many other honors were
achieved by JROTC. They partici-
pated at the mayor's inauguration
and inaugural ball. In addition to
this they also posted the flags at
the American Legion Post I, and
provided a color guard, and an
honor guard at the "Four Chap-
lain's Service," at The Seaman's
The enthusiasm and motivation
demonstrated by the students, as
well as that of the staff, has
brought honor upon the JROTC.
Also, many young leaders have
surfaced. The experience that
these young leaders and cadets
received will be advantageous in
helping them in the future. ln addi-
tion to pursuing a military career,
their training at New Bedford High
will help in civilian life. Their learn-
ing to function in a competitive en-
vironment will be helpful through-
out their lives.
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Anderson. Row 3 QL-RJ: Sylvia Gomes, Rachelle Pinto, Maria daSiIva,
BATTALION COLOR GUARD: fl.-Rl: Bruce Duarte, Dean Lawrence,
Julio Tavares, Scott Pemberton.
MALE DRILL TEAM: Row 1 KL-R: Emmanuel Fernandes, Pedro
G. Almeida, Zeferino Gomes, Belmiro J. Fernandes, John Arruda.
Row 2 KL-RJ: Mauricio Andrade, Jean Couto, Jean L. Gomes,
Benjamin Amaro, Josue Amaro. Row 3 ll.-RJ: Dean Lawrence,
Euan Rivera, David Marsden, Carmello Grajales, Christopher
VICTORIANS II: QL-Rl: Jocelina Andrade, Robin McClurg, Lori Fonseca, Jeanette Fliveira,
RIFLE TEAM: QL-RJ: Eugenia Gomes, Karen Vieira, Belmiro Fernandes, Emmanuel Fer- nl
nandes, Lawrence Collins, Pedro Almeida, Jean L. Gomes, Sylvia Gomes, Maurcio Andrade.
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Gomes, Juan Rivera. Row 2 KL-RJ: Joshue Amara, Michael Tavares, Jack Armstrong, Mauricio Andrade,
Thomas Drought, Carmelo Grajalas, Francisco Gonzalez, John Arruda, Eric Quann. Row 3 CL-Rl: Henry
Bachand, Paul Ponte, Christopher Tripp, Tray Avila, Michael Camell, Dean Majndle, David Marsden,
Raymond Fortes, Benjamin Amaro, Christopher Barros, Graciano Medeiros.
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Andrade, Eugenia Gomes, B.J. Correia. Row 3 lL-Rl: Melannie Paulo, Camille Silva, Cheri Anderson, Karen Vieira, Roxanne Blake. Row 3 QL-RJ: Rachel Gomes, l
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Being a Main Office, T.V., or Dean's Aide gives a person
experience, maturity, responsibility, and a skill in working with
others. lt's a very good way in which to meet new people.
In the Main Office, aides meet students, teachers, parents
and all the employees connected with New Bedford High
Since T.V. Aides work with expensive equipment the
students must be mature and responsible. This job also gives
the aides experience in working with others as a team.
Being Dean's Aides is not all fun and games. The student
becomes the Dean's friend and in many ways her right
handman. One important task a Dean's Aide has is locating
teachers and students who are needed by the Dean of
Students. They also help with much of the clerical work behind
graduation, the prom and the banquets.
CL-Ri Del Bettencourt, Robin Alves, Joanne Aquiar, Sue Amaral, Raven Gonsalves
I I DEAN'S OFFICE
EL-RJ Gina Coffey, Richard Gomes, Kelly Leal, Kim Oliveira, Christie Rebeiro, Lydell
IL-Ri Lee Silveira, Kevin Richards,
Preston Perry, Karen Sanchez. Row
2: Dave Conceicao, Joe Andrews,
Rob Faria, Ken Carrier, Jeff Poyant,
Linda Cabeca, Dave Roy, Barbara
Collins, Joe Leandre, Jorge Ramos,
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AIDES SHOW SKILLS
Resource Center, Guidance, and Nurses' Aides require a
great deal of special work ability. The students that are
aides take time to learn how to help others.
The Nurses' aides help take students! temperatures, give
them salt water solutions for their throats and help put on
certain creams for burns or chapped skin. They also help
sign students out on dismissals. Students feel better when
a Nurses' aide is there to help them.
Guidance aides help the Guidance Counselors locate
students. The aide may also deliver messages and work on
Resource Center Aides help get needed information to
their fellow students. The aides pass out pink slips to the
study halls and help organize books.
Helping others is what the Nurses', Resource Center, and
Guidance Aides do best.
Standing lL-RJ Carol Astley, Lucy Pereira, Betsy Collins Seated:
Row 1 QL-Rl Laurie Amaral, Hilda Ayala, Joanne Aguiar, Christine Heroux, Barbara
McKibbon, Debra Coelho, Cindy Baker
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Cheri Anderson, Kim Anderson, lsabel
Antunes, Anna Baker, Cynthia Baker,
Sue Ballard, John Bispo, Helen Brin,
Eddie Carreiro, Olga Concelos, Susan
Crajeiro, Eric Cunha, Neli Custodio,
Vicky Ferreira, Debbie Furtado, Lisa
Gomes, Francisco Gomes, Robin
Jacques, Randy Lima, Carol Mack,
Gus Medeiros, Linda Medeiros,
Fernanda Melo, Lisa Oliveira, Michelle
Oliveira, Ellen O'Reilly, Tammy
Osterdahl, Rickie Pacheco, Mark
Parent, Scott Pemberton, Dawn Perry,
Pat Ramos, Juan Rivera, Maria
Rocha, Stacie Rodrigues, Heidi
Rogers, Sicilia Santos, David Seney,
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OFFICE AIDES HELP SCHOOL
House office aides are essential to the office secretary and to an organized
house. The aides provide the extra touch that is needed to maintain a
well-run office. The office aides not only type, file, answer phones, take and
deliver messages, but also, work on attendance and help anyone that needs
At times the work space in the office gets to be over crowded and
confusing, but with a little patience and a smile, miracles can make the work
fun and enjoyable.
Pow 1: QL-Fil Mrs. Griffith, Ann Pereira, Sue
Malinha, Gail Lacasse Row 2: Pam Martins,
Pat McCoy, Karoline Pacheco, Maria Lopes
Sue Pacheco, Maria Marques, Linda Scott,
Lucimar Silva, Athena Xiarhos Row 3: Ana
Fiua, Chris Curry, Chris Delano, Lisa Mello,
Nicole Fernandes, Chris Cormier, Gore-tte
Souza, Vivian Harrington
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Flow 1: fL-Rl Cristina Silva, Alison Bauer, Mrs.
Rose, Iva Chereta, Irene Fiibeiro Row 2: Lucy
Lopes, Marianne Frias, Sharon Wynn, June
Silva, Nicole Johnson, Ana Chereta, Stella
Medeiros, Filomena Silva, Jennifer Jacintho,
Alena Neves, Marilyn Howcraft, Angela
Vasconcellos, Patricia Giunta
Plow 1: QL-Fil Mrs. Berge-ron Row 2: Mrs.
Harper, Pam Souza, Maria Monteiro, Sally
Cardosa Flow 3: Richard Langlois, Carol
Astley, Debbie Conboy, Bernie Santos, Ana
Bernado, Jean Sylvia, lsac Dos Santos
Row 1: lL-RJ Mrs. Amaral, Mr. Pimental How
2: Dawn Gomes, Lena Almeida, Donna Ponte
Lollie Gomes, Cidalia Motta Flow 3: Chery
Cruz, Rose Garcia, Cinday Baker, Steve
Correia, April Britto, Holly Covey, Marydane
Moraes, Kim Silva, Michelle Fioda, Tracey
Rose, Maria Gomes
"Please send John to the office."
During their brief stay at N.B.H.S. many
students have gained membership in the Hon-
or Society or have elected to join the
Shakespeare Club, or perhaps, the Math
The Honor Society numbers among its an-
nual activities the Book Fair and Student Gov-
The Shakespeare Club pursues the mutual
interest of its members through periodic trips
to view the works of the great playwright.
The Math Team participates yearly in many
"Math Meets." These competitions are based
on the speed and accuracy with which a given
problem can be solved.
HONOR SOCIETY: Seated CL-RJ: Ronald Jacobs, Antonio Rafael, Sue Roncka, Nicole Picard, Mike
Moniz, Barbara Souza, Michelle Stuart, Maria Texeira, Barbara Collins, Standing KL-RJ: Christina Silva,
Lisa Lacasse, Steve Myers, Marsha Torres, Debra Sylvia, Lisa Mello, Chris Bailey, Michael Richards,
Pedro Almeida, Hermano Medeiros, Paula Adamowski, Karen Marcotte, Sherri Souza, Suzanne Finner-
ty, Christine Bolduc, Karen Booker, Mr. Mitchell.
SHAKESPEARE CLUB: Row 1 CL-RJ: Christine Bolduc, Ana
Leal, Sandra Medeiros, Lisa Humason, Ana Chereta, and
Michelle Stuart. Row 2: Anita Wilcox, Christopher Bailey, Jay
Herman, Ronald Jacobs, Michelle Leblanc, Sandra Tratalis.
Row 3: Mr. Mandly, David Reis, Lisa Mello, Norman Meltzer,
Pedro Almeida, Michael Wilcox, William Meunier, Matthew
MATH TEAM: QL-RJ: Margie Zable, Sandra Trafalis, Monica Leandre, Mr. T.
PEP CLUB: Flow 1: Mario Gomes. Flow 2 lL-RJ: Gina daSilva, Ana Flaposo. Bow 3
QL-R-J: Nancy Machado, Filomena Silva, Judy Silva, Angela Tavares. Flow 4 QL-RJ:
Daniela Azevedo, Sherry Bourgeois, Amy Avila.
BOWLING CLUB: Ftow 1 CL-RJ: Steve Gauthier, Sue Arsenault, Heidi Winderlick, Lori
Souza. Ftow 2 CL-Rl: John Martins, Manuel Fernandes, Chris Heroux, Tammy
Osterdahl, Brenda LaMond. Flow 3 QL-RJ: Lisa Lariuiere, Ken Nichols, David Bryant,
Garrett Silva, Mr. Biscari fadv.l.
CHESS CLUB: Row 1 KL-BJ: Andrew Garrett, Andrew Menard, Manuel Fernandes.
Row 2 QL-Rl: Fernandes Pacheco, Mr. Biscari fadv.l, Lisa Guilbeault, Marc Tavares,
Physical and Mental
Bowling, Chess and Pep Club all require some
form of mental and physical energy. Physical
energy in bowling is displayed in various forms
Physical energy is obviously needed to knock down
all the pins with one ball. You can achieve this by
concentrating on the guiding arrow on the floor
Chess, the so-called 'lgame", requires mental
concentration. lt takes strategy to overcome the
other opponent and win the match.
The Pep Club is an extension of the spirited
NBHS student body. They boost morale and
enthusiasm at school events.
Mental and physical energy can be achieved by
encouraging practice in bowling, playing chess and
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in jeopardy. Here's a very small
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THE FACTS as
The biggest question on every-
one's mind as 1984 approached was
how close would George Orwell be in
matching his fictitious novel with the
reality of the world. The biggest com-
parison was made between Hbig
brother" and the advance stages and
take-overs of computers. The com-
puter invaded homes and schools.
Names like Atari, Adam, Apple and
Coleco became as common to the
high-tech teen of today as RCA and
General Electric were to earlier gen-
erations. The seniors of '84 turned out
term papers printed by computers, as
opposed to typewriters. Everyone
took some type of computer course in
school, and all school-related infor-
mation such as attendance reports,
report cards, and transcripts were
turned over to school computers.
Was Hbig brother" swallowing up all
that information? Unlike Orwell's
world, the cameras in school were
used for school tapings of produc-
tions, announcements and classes in
TV Production. It seemed we were
still a few years away from Orwell's
ln the global picture, total peace
seemed unattainable. Grenada,
Beirut, San Salvador, to name a few,
were unknown to most seniors before
the names flashed out from newspap-
ers and blared on radios and TV's.
Once again, U.S. servicemen were
killed while acting as "security
police." The nuclear arms race
seemed to escalate with little chance
of the two world powers listening to
the masses asking for an end to the
crazy race to nowhere. On the politi-
cal scene, candidates came out to
challenge President Reagan and
"Reaganomics" in the '84 election pri-
maries. Jesse Jackson, a newcomer
to the political scene, caused a stirg
first, by being a black candidate and
second, by gaining the release of an
American pilot shot down by enemy
forces. The forerunners in the Demo-
cratic camp were Walter Mondale, the
former vice-president, and John
Glenn, a former astronaut.
ln the entertainment field, music
burst forth with new melodies and
ideas proclaiming new superstars in
artists such as Boy George of Culture
Club, David Bowie, Police, Billy Joel,
Lionel Richie, Robert Plant, Pat Be-
natar and "King of the '84 music
scene," Michael Jackson. His Thriller
album was the biggest thing to hit the
music world since the days of Elvis
and the Beatles.
On the movie screen, teens flocked
to see Risky Business, Two ofa Kind,
Fiashdance, War Games, and Return
of the Jedi. Everyone loved An Officer
and a Gentleman and Terms of En-
dearment. Richard Gere became a
new movie idol.
Switching to TV two new comics
reached star status Eddie Murphy of
Saturday Night Live and young Ema
nual Lewis of Webster captured
everyones attention. General Hospi-
tal continued to dominate the soap
opera world, but was challenged by
Dynasty, Dallas, and others. The A-
Team burst forth with Mr. T leading
the charge. Tom Selleck still won fans
with Magnum P.l. New comedy hits
included Cheers, Family Ties and a
variety of "blooper" shows.
Superbowl XVIII received a great
deal of attention in the sports world,
especially with underdogs L.A. Raid-
ers whipping favored Washington
Redskins. The star of the show was
a?32, Marcus Allen. The biggest
attraction of the winter sports scene,
however, was the '84 Olympics with
Americans holding hopes for several
gold medals. On top of the basketball
world at the "All-Star" break were the
legendary Boston Celtics much to the
dismay of the 76's fans.
Other miscellaneous highlights in-
cluded the selection of Ms. Vanessa
Williams as Miss America, the first
black woman to gain the title, the
stampedes occurring throughout
America to become the proud adop-
tive parents of Cabbage Patch dollsg
the breakup of Ma Bell after years of
monopolizing the communications
worldg and of course, the graduation
of the CLASS OF '84!
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"I use Close-Up. "
"Yep, my teeth are still here,'
Up in the valley of the jolly green giant . . ,!"
"So that's why she's sports editor!"
"Thanks for the nugget
THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF'S MESSAGE TO
YOU . . .
As editor-in-chief of the Crimson Log '84 I'd like to take this opportunity to thank all those
who have invested their time and energy to make our yearbook a success. First, I especially
Want to thank our Dean of Students, Ms. Bizzarro. Because of her dedication "above and
beyond the call of duty", this yearbook has become a reality. Next, I'd like to thank my staff
for their cooperative effort. Thanks also goes to Mr. Dick Swiech from Hunter Publishers
and to the photographers from Dodge-Murphy Studios for their guidance.
The yearbook staff had a great time putting together this year's Crimson Log for you. We
hope that you will enjoy looking through the book and Will remember all your magical
moments at NBHS . . .
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The magic of candlelight and
music filled the ballroom at the
Venus de Milo for over 300 couples.
After taking pictures, the couples
enjoyed meals of baked stuffed
shrimp or prime rib. This was
followed by hours of dancing until
midnight. As each couple left they
received souvenir glasses with the
theme of "magical moments" printed
in red under the pictured dancing
couple, a symbol of that magical
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On the evening ot Friday, April 13, 1984 the JROTC held
its annual military ball at the Hawthorne Country Club. The
evening was a delight for both the chaperones and guests.
Deborah Fernandes crowned the new queen. Cheri
Anderson, a truly happy young lady. After a few words from
Col. Napoli, a welcome from Pedro Almeida, and the
crowning, the guests enjoyed their meals and an evening of
The packed house on May 11, 1984 was
treated to an overwhelming display of talent
in the boys' gym. Act after act turned in great
performances. Once again the Minority
Awareness Club did itself proud!
784 is stepping out , . .
The Century House was brought to
life with the unmatched spirit of '84, No
one will forget the spectacular style
show given by our handsome models or
the outstanding footwork done by Mr.
Calnan and Eddie Caron. May 3rd was
truly a night to remember!
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Audiences were once again treated
to outstanding performances of this
yearls musical, South Pacific. Rhonda
Matson, Mike McGrath, Mike Ventura,
John Bennett, Dawn Andrews, Paul
Foucart, and Lori Lopez played their
roles well, as did all cast members. A
fine tribute to the NBH Drama Club.
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SCOREBOARD tem, Mr. Charles
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Administrator ..... ..... 2 4 yrs. W'SheS mm years
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decided to retire with the
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JUNE 7, 1984
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ended moments before
the seniors began their
march to Sargeant Field
did not dampen the spirits
of the Class of '84. They
gathered outside and in
the gym to say good-byes
make final adjustments,
and pose for treasured
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The lines finally reached the field and the
ceremonies began. A special moment was shared
with Eduardo and Mahmoud, our two exchange
students who over the year have become friends of
ours. Flon Jacobs, the class valedictorian, reminded
us of our potential and of what each of us could offer
to the future. Craig Levesque, the class president,
recalled the warm times shared by us over the past
four years. This was then followed by diplomas,
smiles, tears, and . . .
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